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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 24, 1887, Boston, Massachusetts                                A Jfcw by an unknown begins next week In TUB BOSTON DAILY Everybody invited to seoTUB GLOBES Ulnnt Presses at to cacli Sec your GLOBE MONDAY OCTOBER PRICE TWO Sir Wilfrid Blunt Placed Un der Mam of tie People BaSl Injured ly tlie An English Member of Parliament also Lady Blimt Roughly Handled and Faints Mob of the Unemployed in Westminster They Interrupt the Services and Hoot the wore posted in County this morn summoning an indignation uiilor the auspices of tlio British Homo Uiile Sir Wilfred the well known philanthropic and benefactor of Arahi who was formerly aConserva but is now a homo was an nounced to supported by Row and other Uuglish members of ljar Hie inieline was proclaimed by the gov nml recnlorcomonts of police und troons arrived in the morning and paraded dm Thousands ol persons locked hili I he A platform was erected in a litM behind tho main When tlio speakers mounted the plat Divisinal Magistrate Byrne forbade Blunt to hold the Blunt defied the mui and tlio uolieo were ordered lo clear ilio Several policemen seized and nlthimgh liu violently resisted threw him from lliu Blunt returned to the Iliilform and was again thrown pule ntil he shouted Are you ench liiiinioU cowards lhat you daro not arrest Tlio district inspector I arrest whoreupou Bluiit was Beized aud inn relied ufl under his wife follow Jho police charged upon the crowd that followou and injured many Howlauds asked for three cheers lor which were given heartily The crowd was koit back by Blunt was brought before two aud upon refusing to promise to refrain from participating in other meetings he was retained in Blunt and another prisoner were con veyed to Lnuglireu jail this During the row Constable Connor refused to obey the order to chartw the and threw down his He was Two meetings were afterward held on the outskirts of the at which the arrest ol Blunt was This morning before the meeting Blunt handed to Magistrate Byrne a written pro test against tlio governments action in pro claiming the Later Inspector Murphy visited Blunt and informed him that 110 meeting would be al After the struggle on tho platform Lady Blunt fainted and lay in the grass uncon scious for some Rawlands and several reporters also suffered in the Fagan waa but was af terwards a poorlaw was ar rested for assaulting the Lady Blunt clung to her husbands arm and refused to leave when asked whether he would give replied that as an Englishman he be lieved that the whole action of the police was and ho would rather be impris oned than give a pledge to representatives of the Tory JJEKKS IK Crowd of tlto Unemployed inter rupts tlio thousand of with a red flag at their marched in procession thia afternoon from Trafalgar sijuaro to Westminster although no invitation had been ex 1200 of the crowd were The nag was left in charge of the lusido the abbey many of the unexpected visitors remained covered and indulged in while others mounted the pedes tals of the various or mingled with the decent people present who mostly left the Xho as a chewed tobacco and expectorated regardless of the until the lirst lesson was an when the reader was loudly completely drowning his The second lesson was similarly Canon Prothers then preached a taking for his text In his discourse ho argued that the punishment of the lawbreaker was necessary for tho good of tho This was received with cries of and The preacher appealed for order and ex horted his hearers to try and uproot evil and plant good Thats what we are going to was and received with cries of hear and Canon Prothers now threw his notes aside and addressed himself to tho He said Legiulation can alone provide a remedy for hunger and but everybody can express Loud fol lowed by a Thats all wo shall Canon Prothers continued Charitable agencies might do A voice We don t want charity o want gentleman enlisted the attention of the mob when he advocated Btatu assistance in times of At the close of his remarks the mob hissed and marched out of tho loudly cheered by their comrades m waiting The whole then orooced ed shouting anil hooting to Trafalgar where the leaders denounced the cnurcl and Several arrests were made ot brawling persons and Resuming attempt to evict Widow Foloy at Ballykerogue was re Burned later on when the defend ers of the bouse wero arrested by the London Dramatic Etolku Gorster will sail for Now York in the French uteain cr La Boiirgoyno on accompanied by a full concert Josef Hotte the youthful will sail in the Ailer on 1 QutM Hawthorns bag achieved a pheno menal SUCCPSS at the Princess Theatre in a poetic in which she assumes the 1 art of a versified by Olive Logan from Francois Coppes Le Stanley Making Good advices from Stanley Pool report that Henry Stanley had gone 150 miles further up the Aiuwhimi and had sent tho steamer Florida hack to Stanley Pool for moro sup plies and The natives showed no dis position to molest the and nil were in good Stanley was waiting for the return of the Florida before ad Beaten to man belonging to returning home from tho fair at County was attacked by miscreants and beaten to One man lias been arrested in connection with the Gladstone Goes to Gladstone was suf ficiently improved to be able to attend church General Gordons Brother Henry brother of the late General is The Boilers of the Launch May Horribly Mangling Two lien and Wounding Several NEW secondhand boiler of tho little steam launch May blew up in Harlem at noon Patrick and John Cunningham were killed Carl Schmidtke was se verely several men took involuntary baths and a good deal of windowglass will have to bo the Cunningham brothers and another man were in the launch pre paring her for a pleasure with a noise and shock that wero tho boiler blew For a few seconds the air was lull of whirring fragments of metal and shattered The terrified bystanders who had escaped injury rushed to tho Edward John a was standing near by at the A shower of rivets and sticks flew in his but ho was unhurt A brisk wind ruined tho and Johnson saw six or eight heads bobbing up and down in the All that was left of the rickety launch was slowly Schmidtko was unconscious when the watchman dragged him into the Others clambered to the float shivering from their icy cut and bruised a but not otherwise An ambulance took Schmidtke He is 28 years mar and is timekeeper for the Standard Gas Light When the shivering group had gathered on the the Cunninghams were and their friends began a search for The horrible truth was soon Two dismembered bodies were seon floating among the fragments of the In tho most literal sense I he brothers had been blown to To distinguish them apart was One mangled corpse was headless and the other Volunteers applied themselves to the sickening of collect ing ihu fragmentof Then the ghastly remains were laid in two piles on a under an old Both the Cunn mrhiims wero employed by the Standard Gaslight as and Juhii as superintendent und The condition of the boiler is shown by the circumstance that it Hew into small Most of thflni sunk at doing no One knocked into kindling wood the stern of the Ciitboat in which some of the party were to Schmidtke recovered his senses soon alter he was taken His wi e refused to let reporters sen She said lie was bruised and suffering from the BERIBENS HEROIC How the Leader of the Cuban Revolu tionists KEY advices by tho laststeamer Irom Havana announce tho death of the second in com mand of the united revolutionary forces of tho and who led an expedition leaving here on 31 and landing at near Six days after being surrounded in the Morejan near by 2000 they were compelled to cut their way Beriben maae a charge in the face of a terrible fire and was among the first seriously wounded and the only one of the party fatally Believing that his first which was in the abdomen and said to have disem bowelled him and laid his intestines bare upon his would in a few mo ments move and desiring to sell his life as dearly as he decided to rally his followers to give combat to unequal numbering as they did at least eight to and while advancing at the head of his brave followers ho met in single combat and killed a Spanish late com mander of the Port of hut only to be struck to the ground a moment killed by a Spanish Over 600 shots were exchanged and sev eral soldiers but no other filitmstor wns even so much as seriously After Beribens death his followers re treated further into the where they are under command of Colonel Manuel A large number of the re cruits are believed to anticipate leaving Key West as soon as opportunity SLAIN WITH A Daniel Carrolls Wife Murderously Ai saulted by Her Car a former employe in the Norwich Bleachery and different paper mills in struck his brother Daniels wife upon the head with a hatchet Saturday inflicting fatal The parties live in the town of across the Greenville Eugene has been drinking heavily of late and is out of Daniel is employed in tho About 4 oclock Eugene left hia house and pro ceeded to demolish a division fence of lath and pickets between the brothers when Daniels wife appeared to remon Eugene raised his hatchet and struck tho woman with the hammer two inches above and back of the left fracturing her Carroll was arrested late in the evening while walking the streets of FOR ROBBING SUMMER Two Men Plnood Under Arrest tor the Crime at days ago seven summer cottages at Cape Elizabeth wore broken inlo and a lot of valuables Two men belonging in this named Douglass and have been ar rested for tho Douglass was first ar rested and Hatch called at the police station to see him when Hatch was then locked There ia another man connected with the robberies not yet Movements of the Training States training ships Portsmouth and Saratoga sailed this morning for New where they will be joined by the Jamestown and proceed to where they will bo fitted out for a winter cruise to the West United States ship Galena also sailed today for New York for She will return Death Shortened His NEW Fltz aged who was sentenced to the house of at tho Juno term of tho Superior for two for killing his wife at Fall River by burying a hatchet in her brain in a drunken died sud denly Saturday night of heart George and Shevitch NEW 3000 people crowded into Miners Eighth Avenue Theatre tonight to hear tho economic de bate between Henry George and Editor Ser gius the representative leaders of tho United Labor and Progressive Labor Fou bleeding or Ponds Extract U the best remedy For continued application use Ponds Ex traot Ointment 60 JUuy the Dissatisfied Knights Issue an Appeal to the Criticise tie ffoit ol tlie ilis AM Sharply Arraign the General Perfect Autonomy of the Trades Legislative Measures to be Asked For by the Central Labor dissenters from the action taken at tho Minneapolis con vention have declared open war with tho executive board of the Knights of and have issued their declaration of inde On returning from the convention about 3G representing 13 stopped in Chicago and determined to bring alout a reorganization of Iho They elected n provisional committee of live of which Charles Soib was made secre A long communication was drafted at Secretary Soibs oilice today and will bo forwarded tomorrow in circular form to the Knights of Labor all over the The following is the communication HKADQVJAKTEIIS Oil MILKS 180 EAST WASHINGTON Circular To the rank and file of HID Ordor of tho Knlghta of Lnbor Indignant nt tho usurpation of the gross violatiim of the laws of onr order by those high In with tliosi wliosu loyalty to rhe ring liaa been pained by the pickings they receive an a reward for their tnconsiil at iho luwnlnjj Qycoplumts who on their kneea in blnvish Htibinlasion lo the innat the most the autocratic and niciil illquii hut liaa evir controlled any lulior tir therefore aillrin the motto of nur order Unit When Und men xniiljlnn the yooil iniiyt else tliiy will fall one liy an unjiltlcU uacrUlce in a conleinpliblo We assert the hour has come when aa honest men nnd women we declare onrsclvcrt independent of Uiose wlio havo abused tho conllileuco npused in them by our Our duty lo the workluyinon and women demands Unit we nt once re tirfoiufzG tlie onior of tlio Knights of Labor on a basis which will seeuro the autonomy of tho tradea and tho sovereignty of the districts in all pertaining to their tiado am locul und to prevent it from being used In the future us a machine to 1111 the oollers of design Ing and unscrupulous aa it la by Ihosenow iu We aftirm the following to be tliereasona thatlmve compelled this serious action on our part general luta become a luxurious haunt for men whoso chief aim is to lieuellt pecuniarily and and ia no longer the Jeru salem of the humble nnd honest has been for more than a year be ginning prior lo he Kichmoud session ail under Htunclitig fur lack of a better word wo will call a for llio purpose of holding the salaried elective and in and under the geneial hhj conspiracy has used ttie chan nels and the funds of the order to manufacture sen timent for certain members and against Cer tain sometimes culled general general general inatructurs and general ninny other thinga have been paid extrava gant both as wages ami when their chief work was to Tim lob byists of railroad corpo ntiona would turn grieu with envy did they know the superlative excellence attained by these bloodsuckers of the Knights of commissions havo been re fused to members who were known to disagree with tlio methods of tho though the applications were indorsed by the district uaBtiiiibly to wlilcli ilit applicant and commissions have been recalled because of tho refusal of tlie holdma to fall down and worship the powers that and local assemblies have been sus pended or expelled aud deprived ot a voice lu the general aasmbly because they were known aa oppon ents to the policy of the havo been hatched against dissenting members by the aid of corrupt touls In the or local or of such mem records of tho general office have been fixed and doctored so as to ruin out or astho case might general assembly representa liave been admitted ns delegates to the general assembly Wtio clearly had no constitu tional to while others have been refused upon technicalities contrary to precedent nnd estab lished In all cases tlio test was or or Against Iho Alimy thonsandaof dollars of the orders funds bave been Illegally frequently against tho earliest protests of honest anil law abiding members b extravagant hold bills contracted by the families of general liavo been paid out of tho orders as have family laundry and liar bills c funds have been donated nnd loaned to officers aud their friends for their own personal uso d general organizers and lecturers havo not only been paid liberal salaries and allowed heavy expenses from the general but liave charged additional sums to the locals aud men devoted to the causo of hihur have been made the scapegoats of tlie blundering high onlclnbj and driven m disgrace from Iho move made assemblies to better their condition havo been strangled by tho It is charity lo for no meaner reason than In snonsc to tho chimor of tho common enemy of boycott has been used to Injure the labor union establishments and the products of Knlglila of Labor nnd union labor for tho aole purpose of downing men anil women who eould be used by the whu wevn not members of tho order havo laen for personal with lucrative posiilona In tho general constitution lias been altered In an Illegal manner It has been tampered witti and measures inimical to tho Interests ol lliu order nt Iiirfie have been railroaded Into what is called War has been waged by tho admlnls trallou ring ngalnst trndeu unions and trades dis Tho motto of tho ring has been Down with trades districts exterminate tho inides This in spite of our To ex tend a helping hand to all brunches of honorable every Important strike or lock out in which the general unicorn interfered wns n reault of this blundering wish incompetent and stupidly urbilrary the membership of tho order has decreased members in one spite of tho decrease of member ship they have increased tlie annual expendllures of Uii general otllcors lo was no account of re ceipts and expenditures issued either as had formerly been the or to the general as the genera assembly agreements were mot by tinu law was reduced to a aystem by the use of tlie previoiia question out rageons decisions rendered appeals and protasis nil for the purpose of covering up the ras cality of those iu All local unil district in accord with the above or desiring will pleasoaddress OIIAKLBS Secretary of tho provisional Btepii Taken to Oreaiilze a Central Xatbor convention of tho labor organizations of this city was held this afternoon to organize a central labor Thomas master workman of Advance of and James Martin was chosen Addresses were made uy Oliorrintjton and John secretary of the Boston Central Labor Union Senator Ed ward GSullivaii and Thomas master workman of Advance It was voted to form a permanent organiza tion and elect officers Sunday TO UNITJB ALL LAIIOlt Preparations for Next Years tltiiitinl arrange ments have been made for the holding in this city about the middle of December of a conference of all labor politi cal elements or factions in the at which there will be representatives from all sections of tho The object of the conference is to be to harmonize all the faction of the labor 1 vfttty uiideione banner lor the next year and to adopt a ucncral Another purpose is to decide ttpon a new in which the word labor will riot Tho National Frne Soil party is tho name which is thought will bo is expected that Henry George will be a prominent riiruro in the and that it will adopt bis land It is also expected that tho conference will bo made to have tbo convention hold LABOR of Hayfield Uomeuts on tlie tater Soldiers inn far Record Veterans and Civilians Alike Ashamed of How He Became an ExColonel When the War Broke 9r fha 91 1116 Monsuren to lie of Uiu Many now delegates wore admitted to tho Central Labor Union nt its moctinc Sat day niijlit in The session was a long continuing until An appeal from tho Central Labor Union j and tho famous District in of New inj regard to tho condemned Chicago the only mutter that excited great This appeal was signed by many persona who heretofore havo been at swords points in llio labor comprising Samuel prcstdontof the American tion of Labor James inastot workman of Dislricl and The appeal slated that under tho Kuidins and corrupting influence of preju dice and class hatred these inon linvo been i without any conclusive ovi as accessories to a the prin ciples of as well as the motives which may havo actuated tho are This appeal created some do but was finally accepted and placed on l A circular was read from tho American i Federation of invitine the Centra 1 Lanor as well as all other i lo send delegates to tho next annual flmfic and Ule Run to bo held in TueaH11Uti allu nl4 HI Tinchoice ol delogaios wat deferred until tho next meeting of the An invitation wns received from Woodcarvers Union requesting tho proa encc of tlie officers of this body at thel annual special committee appointed on the strike of tbo brewery workmen reported that tbo New England Brewers Associa tion and the Liquor Dealers Protective As soeiation had comiincd to ignore the com mittee from lie Central Labor Union as well as tho representatives of the nnd bad letters to that which wore read by the chairman of the commit 1 ho while stating in his opinion Ural the Central Labor Union should ilo nothing which would savor ol yet thought the doleful s should bring the mailer to the attention of their respective bodies for llio purpose of taking action in favor of voting No on the license ques thus boycoUing ibem effectually at tlie The report of tbo committee was und although no formal action was the sense of nearly every delegate was in favor of tli s novel There being a vacancy in tho position of business was suspended fcr tho election of and the vice who bus been serving nspresi wns elected for tbo Imlunco of tho Frederick Dougherty was elected as vice president to fill iho und Jolin Crowley was elected Thefollowing resolutions wero then in trodueeil und adopted lliu IAVO nixill political parlies urn now on tlio evo of lo Sliilu U brlinuves tinhtlinr men ol JMiissiiolmsttts to biupand lining unil inaugurate lubor leylsUatlon heimv vampires ui the luhtiy iutmveno between Ihi IrgisliInis niul tlie by pledging every whether Ucpuhlleau or lo those measure now on our calendar lor l his coming session of tlm Legislature ihereture bo it Iti a list of the several labor mensnris desired by namely That eight iiourd shall conslilulc a days work for clly and town with penalty attached lor non iutiucemcnt Iho abolition of the pull lax tho nou illvistim of cities and towns that iho contract ron vlct labor hill be lelt us It now and further a committee ho appointed by tho chair lo wait upon or lo the several cundl ilntes as soon HH possible and reiinest their signa tures of approval or disapproval of such labor A most unusual compliment was paid to Representative McEtlrick of for bis services on Iho socciul child labor commis sion of the lust by the indorse ment of the sentiments contuitiod in the subjoined and ordering its ollicurs nnd delegates to sign ihe letter roads as follows Michael McKttriclc IIKAU learned that your friends In the twentieth roincseiitatlvo district insist on your being a candidate tor Iho lor the yenr wo desire to testify to tho very ahlii numner in which yon served the wageworkers in Ihe lust Leg Should you desire any Irom our hands we would be but toy happy lo render Wo believe ft would be unwise at tills time not to have you tia you are the only representative labor hna on the special cominlltie apnolutcil at the lust session to Inquire Into tho conillllon of ehllilivn emnloyed In our la gr stores nnd Wo if yun lhat you alone will plefld tlio cause of Elm and add new laurels to the many already Vice Jims Financial And 100 other members of Ihc Central Labor Union The candidacy of Frederick the ncwlyoloctetl vice presidcul and chief marshal on Labor us councillor on tho Lulior tickol in the fourth councillor din was unanimously and many of tlie delegates expressed themselves in favor of u ding his election withoul regard to After this action tho body adjourned to Anarchists at Codman About 400 persons packed Codman Hall last night to listen to tho remarks of who gave a lecture on the Anarchism the Logical Outcome of Jeffersonian Tbo au dience appreciated tho remarks of the ns evidenced by Ihe oftrepeated The audience was nolobly well drussed and Aictor Yarros followed in answer to the nowsuauor critics ho know nothing as to tho aims and philosophy of The meeting was presided over by Benjamin tho editor of THE for ai hours commenc ing 7 24 For Now England and eastern New brisk to high south erly winds veering to Storm signals from Breakwater to Temperature as indicated by the thermometer at Thomp sons Spa 3 0 0 42J C2J 9 12 average tem KNIVES AND Fatal How lit tho Italian Quarter of Jersey JERSEY this morning a row occurred auione tho inhabi tants of what is known as tho Italian bar raoka on Railroad during irhich Frank Danmo was stabbed three times and his wife shot in the iioth are fatally One of their assailanta waa afterwards two others Suits Against the City of Tremont and Suf Massa chusetts and Lowell Blonchery corporations and the eld Lowell Merchants and Apple ton banks have served notice if protest upon the cHy against the assessment of taxoa upon their properties for They will briny suits ujainst tho city to recover the amounts which they consider to be in excess of tlio true Tlnssuits will involve several hundred thousand Fierce Snow Storm in Four of Die severest snow and wind storms ever known nt the Bluuk Hills sot in last evening aud continued all Kisht inches of aiiow and tho drifts sorioualy impede THE finishing touch to a ladys costume ia to have a handsome ami Marsh neol plusu suoks are ola beautiful stook Front by a Voters Tired of Snch Carbuncles on the Ship of Tidal Wave of Enthusiasm for the Hero of t was small surprise to any wellinformed politician to see the unfamiliar figure ot tho Republican sago of Hayfield moving in tho po litical circles of tlie town A frosh crisis had come in the affairs of tho Republican purtv of Massachu and it hits got to ho a generally recognized fact that no Republican crisis is complete without the presence of Berlah the sago of Hayiiold Giddiugs came to tho now building immediately on his Tho old gentleman very unwisely climbed tho stairway that encircles the sine when ho had reached the first iloor fron the top his breath was quick and ant ho was blowinc and snorting like a putlinj A boy in a cage down Gid dings was finally able to say between puffs shoved his head out at mo and cried Up But I aint riding on am hero on hie Just as soon as saw those Amos and Lovonnpr pictures ii my nophewr8 GLOWS this morning Idroppod my Sunday mooting and everything the naper and struck out ibr Bos ton in my So hero I Surely you must bo jokinor about Governor Ames war Ive always been sorry ho didnt KO and fight like my two boys and like all people Who werent tied down ought to have But then Ive recon ciled myself to his staying at homo by the thought that ho was a plain young man who hadnt any liking for guns and horses aud such things and that he probably had a groat business en terprise on hia hands that would have gone to smash and thrown out hundreds of lion oat toilers whose sons wero fighting if he hadnt stuck to the But then you cant be joking about for you quote tho very record of his joining tlie militia and toll all about how bo pranced and paraded around for eight years looking for war and ho was second lieutenant of tho Easton company away back in Decem Then he to bo adjutant of a new battalion within throe In a couple of yours more bo was made major of he old Fourth Regiment of Wno over hoard the like lie must have been cut out for war in tho Now in the old muster days I never could get above tlio try as hard as I lu tlto INulntc Tlmua of But of course Major Oliver Amesfather wus considerably better fixed than my good old farmerfather Then you say he wasnt major but two years when he jumped up lo Now that was a mighty handsome in 1800 there werent 20 men in the State ot Massachusetts with as big a military title as Colonel Oliver Youd thought his who waa on tho military com mittee of Governor Andrews would have made him a brigadier just as soon as tho war broke and that General Ames would have fairly rushed cross country to Father God rest what under tho sun was he monkey ne with the gun for all thoso eight years You dont suppose ho thought it wasnt do you My aoul nnd body I when ever I see a strapping young follow about dO years of just as Colonel Oliver Ames was when the war broke galloping around tho State with a big hat and a pound of brass I always think to myself that ellow would stir up a war if ho got half a simply for a chance to spill some iodyH But it seems that lulonel Oliver Ames didnt like to look on a sword when it was rod Now my two boys never had any time for running except a day at a cattle show now and They never saw a militia encampment in their lives and never saw a gang of gilded youngsters snapping blank caps at each other on tho fair 13ut when Uncle Sam cried out in Help Murdorl they just cut racks for and before mother and I aad dried our tears they wero in Washing with muskets over their broad shoulders and the old flag iu their the very flrsi letter they wrote rack made me feel so cheap that I jumped up and kicked tho kinks of CO odu years out of Then I told mother to got my young nephews to cut the hay and ami away 1 wont for the recruiting There I found a young slip of a doc or who told me they werent lutionary relics just and they wouldnt give mo a eun or have anything to do with But do you know for cer tain that young Amos was a sure ououuh colonel ia tho militia Ifefort the whats tho uso of my for here is the roster you printed First Samuel An drews of Second Eben ezer Pierce of iOUUTH Colonel Abner Packard of LeutouantColouel Oliver Major Frank Adjutant Franklin Othyuiel Earn Iliymustcr Frederick llonrv Surgeons Mate Horace Comunny Captain John Company Captain JMilo Company Captain Cephas Uumpus Company Captain Hiram Company Captain Charles Company Captain David Compnny Captain 1imolhy Company Captain Thuddeus Compnny Captain Hawkos Captain Christopher Lieutenant Thomas Ensign Charles Adjutantlohn First Lieutenant Joseph First Lioutonanl Bos First Lieutenant Thomas First Lieutenant Charles Bos First Lieutenant Samuel Bos First Lieutenant Russell Bos Quartermaster Moses Boston Burgeon Ezra that list is chock full of good as you where was Colonel Oliver Auius 1 lion bore are a lot of other good follows with whom you say ho served in 1800 Colonels Edward Pnrkcr of John now of Henry Smith of Templeton and William of all on Governor Banks stall MajorGenoral Sutton ot Briga dierGeneral Benjamin Butler of Engineer Alvin of Adjutant Dexter Foiled of iho Light Second Lieutenant Lucius Blade of tho Light Lieu tenant Colonel Isaac Uurrnll of Adjutant Charles Francis of Surgeon Samuel jrecn of Second Lieutenant Francis Os born of Quartermaster Eihvin Barney of Now Eniiinoer Will am Lovorins of Major Siunuc Lawrence of First Lioutonanl William Grnmuier of Colone Edward Jones of llouloniin governor of New York First Lioutenan Edtfur Sherman of First Lieu tenant Daniel Lord of Adjutant Captains lioardinan Phillips and the roiiirh and roiulj who wero tlie first to re spond to Lincolns cull First Liouleniint John Ruyniond of Major Bon Icrloy Pcore of West Mitior B Stoddard of Worcester and Major Henry S Briwrs of And you nay that in IHiio Gonora thn was warn iiilt the people tliul tbcre would bo a litflit ami that ho talked like thin Xo Arms To Arms I will no doubt be awnitid witli Uivn i bo old gentleman generally Kvfinta liavo trunsiUrcil lu Hnmu of tho Southern StiUis ivml HL Washing un wliUOi have nwakfiuu the attention of thtt jiiHtplr ul MassuclmsUM in i rimiarliftbln deireo lo tin pti rctulty ol tht Fiidovu anil whluli nuty voiinlrr iluacllvu inlltlla u tlm JtmiinotuvfmHti ui b shoult wotat 1oarrt lit and this nmlon b Ilunsiil Into lliu horrors oi a civil Masai clmsiitta may in no Inconaiitcralitt tli duLv of Btnylni lliu cltnnlon ul Viliiocl anil rollln liunk tlm tlclu of nniiruliy ninl Shu ill inoru than hcrsliavo to uublovo tho onr lumntvy inul establish tlio liovurmnont uml wlilfih wu IULVO risen to sncli nnpiinilkluil prosporil and beooliu tho cictit jtowur of tin American co anil slio will bu truo to hur tnu tloiiH find her fair Is it possible that our tho grand ol party that saved Urn freed tli and ran tho post oiiiros for a is in these days led by u man who Inlo bed And covered np his head the minute ho was called out nnd given chaniO to allow what his oightyiMirs inilili training ainoun ted to I Is it possible Hlmilo of Grant and Andruw and Gar is it nithir than beoi in Colonel Oliver shoes whim his ok company marched by his fathers ollico and the fife was playing Yankee Dooi when the bravo boys werent aintring Join Browns 1il lie bluNloil if I wouldnt have gone and done like the Huniii veteran of old who fell on his sword lin died liko a Now thats the wiy 1 but Just think how mud more Colonel Oliver Ames should have fell that way with the hot blood of thirl years of health undliaiipiiiesasurginguiidc his But you say ho just ahoai pedlng tho old mans thinlcng o nothing but that day when the profits o all those government contracts would bo my dear I should ratliei have been the raggcdost and poores cronture in that whole string of men o Easton who marched by Colonel Ulivei Ames null went out to light for tbcii country in the year of the war thai to have been what ho More than I would rather sleep in tho remotest anil obscurest grave I lint today holds tho patriotic bonus of any OMH uf those poot follows from Kiiftrm who died with the cheers of their country ringing in tlinir can and tlio old starry Hug lloatiiuy bo lure tlnii eyes than bo governor of Massachusetts with such a record behind Ypuseom to have thu solid fuels of this business from A to nnd I suppose von must be telling tbo truth when you say thai nil the records preserved of wur times fail to record a deed of service or syniiia thy to the credit of Colonel the Quaker soldier of Id goii and hung I know I after 1 found 1 couldnt go to if 1 hadnt scon that thero was u lot for mo to ilp for the boys who did and for theii families inliaylield Cnrliiir for the Widow iintl There wasnt a day in all thoso four years hat I didnt give nt least n third my to running around helping the fatlicr ess and tlio looking out for the dead and trying to get more soldiers for tho I cant get over my original notion of 1 used to think that ho was aomo hlng moro than a clerk when tho war I imagined ho had great affairs to ittend to and that they kept him from hiuKingof going to tho worst of you declare that ho was very forcibly oniinded of his duty in anil that then 10 hired a tramp to co down and mess and with tho llowor of that had already volunueicd and interud the ranks of tho countrys dofcnd Surely ho huve thought that hose bravo and valiiint youHm were good inouirb for If he why did ho go and biro a wandering bum 0 take tho place among them that ho him tilf out to have Hut as you call hero are tlie cold facts The record is written us follows Nauio John When enlisted New Inrm of enlistment Three Age Birthplace On the Ino and Substitute For Oliver Remarks Deserted Wheres that telephone What do I want I nm going to call Oliver Ames right up and toll him to gut off tho opublican Wo cant lug My two poor soldier boys would turn in tlinir soldiers graves if they saw mo Ktumliiig by 1 record of that Well better tiiku Lovering and his Democriicy and all the rest than be led by a m 1 tin colonel who slapped an ex before his t tie the minute u gun went Hilt I dont want in bo prceil to vote ihi Ueiuiionitii for Im afraid they would Uio rebel ou see it was different Hhi lies sub Blninii saw that he could io more food as a Union congressman tliiin as u Union and so he put his energies where they wimM do tlio most Kven tho lucky had a good ex cuse lor not going into ilii fortlioy ay his two elder brothers and he Inul stay and care for his widowed Ult the ItepulilKan party of cant atlord to stunu up for a ileserling who was sent for tbo pur wise of letting a nilitia colonel go ilrunimmLr on he It takes a pretty tine twolevered I tell to outrun u onelegttod and Im in foradvishm tlio Ilipub ican party to swap horspc right lieru in tho niddlu of If my advice not ttkrn youll see tho party swept down Salt and I dont purpose to visit waters this yuar oven If I have to go for Covering and Cutting to save May Id bctternot shock Colonel lines over the Ill go out and rat lind Ihe outcouo oi OF Who Will Uso Tlinir Tunu onco to The record of Govofnor Ames in this mornings was tbo subject of considerable comment among who arc interest in the coining nnd tho sentiment is that will be less tajk about the result of tho luto rebellion lit Republican rallies thiiii rwor Alvin Lawrence and James who live in served in tho navy with Governor Anns sill cml they ro iiiOinliur bis niinie very recall now any particulars if with OnelinlcpinfUnt Itiiinibliiiin said there wero nniny oppor tunities given Uepublican leiulerx to iiuuiinatu a mayor or svnntiir r H o tins war but to his y ncv r uavo to opportunity tbose othCt For himself ho was KoiiuMu vote for 11 soilirr comrailo ovory nnd liis UIIM your the Stiiln iluclion would every sol on tho not excepting John whom liu thought an abler man than 111 ury Asa liepiililiean bo was getting tired of the biiriiiirlos liko licurd iV who coulil not be fouinl when their wen neeiliiilin the lint wlio uro now nlwnys pushed to tlm front becnuso ihoy can wiitf their jaws tor Bliuno or some othur sUiyiUlioinc wliiii they nspiro tlm hiuli positions In tho Mate und It sur prised him to read that Governor Ames practically deserted country whilii a young it disgusted him to read that be turnishod a substiuilu when the love uf country should havo prompted him to go when ho wus Ho wvttbl liko to know what explanation Governor Ames ornny litspublicnii could give for his prelm1 ng tno nuiet retreat of a Now JOnsiani vllliiyn to vohinUMTing with his school companions when the rebel armies were in and threatened tlio cities of tlio Ono of the veterans who has generally little to say about Ii N uwn gnllunt BELLIGERENT fears of Another Indian Outbreak in Far Cavalry and Foot for an Adjutant ilenoriil Vincent of the Department of when asked ahnut the military preparations fir meet ng the expected trouble at said Some the turbulent young Crows have the Tongue River agency with the view of inducing the Cbeyonnesthere to Mm hiflnr havn refused to no A troop cavalry and a company til infantry loft Kurt Keoitii Bt norm yester day for Uiver With viow of com panies of infiiniiy are hold in readiness at run Keosrh or immodinto service when over oimimstnnros may Three troops of cavalry and two comcanics of in iintry I on ordered Irom Fort Mead to 1 the Tomrao Kiver agency and tho Crow for Kcrviro in oae of any extended outbreak by 1110 U und tn prevent should they lie disposed to do mm breaking away in iiKouthflastcrly At Fort within eight miles of the Crow I are five troops of cavalry and iwofoinpniiirsof in fan also one pany ol infantry immediately at the General RugT reached Fort Custer at A dispatch from says theauthorities declare that the matter be seitled the lirst of the ninl a lUht tomorrow or Tuesday highly said LieutennntColonel Ames must thouicui liiinsell belter than tho ordinary Massachusetts youtbs to Iho course be did nl llio opening of lliu He heard John lirnckclt oltun tell would be dimewith unil bow Iho Uepubliciin party tuveil iho but THE record rather took tbo wind out of tlio Liouleniint Governors and ho will have to conlinc himself lo me tariff or some ulher diy subjccl when he next nppuurs in Hunt nuton This veteran paid it was nil well uiioimh say that Gov ernor Ames hudiiKooil record as a manu facturer towards lush Henry inn as soldier who suiforeil lerribly for his count and us u friend of tbo laboring suited He served in tlio regiment with tbo Democratic candidate tor and knew bow bravo and modest a man ho lit served a member of Die MassuchustHs House of IteprLscntulives with and while lie was not u tueul speaker ho labored personally in the st ol the tenbout1 Tho cor iiotmiuns wns wnikins DonioiTiilic representatives Irom Boston otlior lmfO where mnimfncliiriiitf wns nut curried on to uny extent wore in and knew but lilllc the peoplein lliu shoe factories and cotton und woollen It wus in dealing llio corporation lie iniliifcront loKislaloiH Keprefiiniliitivo LovuriiuvsliDwril Wiili liis creditabli tinny anil bis dis interested labors for Ibe woiKiiiic people of i bo thnuuht no cuiilil bo otliTOil by any inun wbois deriving the benehls of shorter hours of labor from vulhiB tor I buvo been sick anil tired of Iicnrinpr Kepublleiin srcnUora lull of what limy ill mo fin remarked a veteran Democraticsoblier nf ward and Hulls n dandy rocoril TIIK nuvo todny of their candidates lieutenant Ho could now understand tbo likinir Ames ciilcrtaineil lor Both furnisbed Hiibstitulcs anil both were couul iiitnioncy when men of their ago wero on the tie Id of tbo Mouth I was thinking yesterduy of thn noble army record tnc rapicscntativcs from wiirilsl anil fibavc suiil a of ward fi in iHiil nnd served four years in tlm Union said tlioir records are on n par w tli the citn ditbitc for tlie bibber and the nen erul opinion of tliatclass is Unit if wo wero fools enonprli to go to tlm war they were to tiikn all tbo opportunity to make niifl biivintf doiio m tlioyaro now en oyumclcBMiit leisure they uro scekintf otlices beeiiusc tlioir feniuln relutivos uro desirous of bavinir flieirlnisbniulsor fiitliors in nubile Ho was plrasetl with tlio of the wur record of the Kopublican candidates in season to iivn them u chiinco to muko u conirniliclion beforu If dont make some explanation bo felt conlldenl many soldiers who in o now will vote for uml the other Democratic Id liko the duvil to bo in Oliver Ames boots ufter li al blast ho got iu to days was the remark ot a veteran Democrat of the Hocond said there urn of our local Republi can liadcra who could be Kiven a if not a record if an examination wero Those with whom ho WHS convers ing said it wus the general Ciunniont unioncr the liepuhlicnimllint with work tbo Democrats Ioveriug would cleun out iovornor Ames by Ruun and thorn a liiihliiii chance for tho rest of the A militia ollicer who was in a croup at the timp this vcteruu wus Klvini expression io bis sniil be might lio doinu hia coiniiiaiiilcrincbief tin but if bo lias record tfivcn to him by Tun GIMUK lns moniini wan for tlm best in crests of Ibe that lie should ho and HI fell confident hut cnoiiirh members of be Massiicbiisetts militia would be affected jy Ibu cliuiKos lo fitiiy uwiiy from the wan possible that in sumo of tbo country owns many of them initrht be carried to polls by their nut ho know iiuny Lowell Republicans who would cut the head uf lie ticket anyway through for Henry for bis work in behalf ol the soldiers and tho laboriiitt people of A ward fi veteran said it wus only hv tbo intercession of nriunincnt men of both pur thai Governor Ames wus prevented from vetoing tlie soldiers exempt on mil considering bis military record tlie Gnvornor would biive IIH death ho Inul dono KO as it there wus hardly a cbiinco of bis elec with Lovurlni in the ifKFoitn of Frixino lor tlm Voternit of article in THE U LOUIS giving a graphic account nl ho war of Oliver Ames ami llenrv Lov niado a deciiloil sensation iu tlio of tlie soldier element in unil it s safe to assume Hint many who have hitii irlo voloil the Rupubliciin tielcut will haniTO their tactics this fall and vote tho ivboluor a part of tlie Democratic ticket vith Loverinir ut tbo One wluto niireil who never voled iinythlng mt the Uepubliciin anil that slufuil tn the wriier that iu shouldered biarllle in lnui went to the rout ami there reniiiineil lili iho enemy und now an opportunity presented whereby ho can votu tor WORSTED BY THE IllotoiiH Conductor IJrOill University S intents nt body of BtiulentH from McCill University attending a theatrical last oaraded the streets and behaved so riotously of them were arrested1 The rest of them then obtained reinforce marched down to tho police and attempted to take but were driven off by tho who were obliged to tire on I The Best in the Be Sure and see Over 15 different kinds on Prices to fiond tor Catalogue IHco 1C and IS 022 Price fcr Warranted Good price U for Oett ENTRANCE TO Water ORIENTAL Iuro uiil OTE SFOOOTtnj mnkus n ClUiUL of 1urfeot Goflee lu ona BUY IT OF YOUR Or of tho ORSEWTAL TEA a Folding Cabinet Beds PAINES to Cuntlitiioil on ho Hcfiuul HARRIS CORN THE KING of nil COUN and BUKIOK rriiuiriil liy lliu Ilirrla Corn 70 DivSE Bold by your tlJ Sud7t o2S Why allow your clothing to be rubbed to pieces on a rashboard TUiiso aro Jaya of ImprovomontaPyles Pearliao U the and belt roTomout m MiUiona of people aro grateful for booauso thayVve prawn tha bS hat it washes everything ia leas with leu asd with IMI tod ttizg kaowtti It haj ao M bat   

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