Boston Daily Globe, January 29, 1889

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January 29, 1889

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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - January 29, 1889, Boston, Massachusetts Just write a line or two to tho people (lf there la anything you want) and tell them about It. Then put your “ad” In THE BOSTON GLOBS, for that la where the people will aee It. astern. STILL THEY COME Letters from the people telling what a bonanza the writers strike when they put a "wan* ad” In THE BOSTON GLOBE. Teat I* yourself if yon ar* in doubt. VOL. XXXV.—NO. 29.BOSTON, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1889—EIGHT PAGES. PRICE TWO CENTS. Jordan, Marsh & Co. 1500 PIECES SORAH SILKS, At Prices Barely Capering Custom House Expense. Purchased from a manufacturer in PIQ TJIIA-HON, and to be offered at prices less than ONF-JEC ALF what you will be obliged to pay for the identical merchandise after Feb. I. THE MANUFACTURER’S LOSS YOUR OPPORTUNITY. Black Surah Silks At 49c. per Yard. Never in 20 years has this quality been offered at such a PITIABLE low price. It is needless to make any comments, as every lady must recognize this great chance. Black Surah Silks At 69c. per Yard. Recollect, every piece of this lot is full 24-inoh wide. No lady in all her shopping experienc^has had an opportunity to purchase equally as s^ood a quality for less than $1.25 per yard. Black Surah Silks At 79c. per Yard. Black Surah Silks At 98c. per Yard. Black Surah Silks At SI.IS per Yard. This is a rich and elegantly finished quality, and you will CERTAINLY be astonished when yon examine it. Black Surah Silks At SI.29 per Yard. The finest quality manufactured in Blaok Surahs, and, in our OPINION, one of the best values of the entire lot, as it contains the least number of pieces of the purchase, We TRUST late comers will not blame tis if they fail to secure a BRESS. JORDAN, MARSH AND COMPANY. COLORED SORAH SILKS AT 49c. per Yard. For Party, Evening, Street or Spring or Summer Costumes, or for Tea Gowns or Blouses, this is an opportunity which will not probably occur again for years, as we offer in this lot a very desirable line of light and dark shades. COLORED SURAH SILKS AT 69c. per Yard. This quality measures fully 22-in. wide. They are a heavy rich TWILL, warranted all silk, beautiful line of shades, and in oar estimation are a better value than our REGULAR $1.25 quality. PLAID AND CHECK SURAH SILKS AT 49c. per Yard (Full 22 inohes wide). IN WEEDING Through our stock we find a great many odd pieces and short lengths left over from our great sale of last week. WE HAVE CULLED OUT Everything, and marked each lot at rioes that must GLOSE out every INCH efore our Semi-Annual Stock Taking. Boulanger’s Victory and What It Means. Stormy Times Predicted for Franca JORDAN.MARSH AND COMPANY. PROTECTION FROM LOSS IJS AFFORDED PROPERTY OWNERS OR LESSEES -BT TBS- ELEVATOR POLICY ISSUED BT THE EMPLOYERS’ LIABILITY ASSURANCE CORPORATION (LIMITED) OF LONDON, ENGLAND. Thl* policy, et a moderate charge, protects owner* or lessees of building* against lo** by reason of liability for iierson*] injuries caused in connection with the use of elevator*. I The corporation defend*, at it* own coat, any suit against the insured In respect of accident In nu elevator car or w ell, and pay*, within limit* named in policy, damage* awarded, or the co*t of settlement 0t °lS* birse number'of°El*valor accident*, and of Law Hint* arising out of tame, forcibly demonstrate* the great value of till* system of Ineuranoe, and the number of policies already issued prove* that person* Interested In elevators ar* rapidly becoming impressed with the many advantage* attaching to the purchase of these policies.    ____ ENDICOTT db MACO MBK IC, V. S. Managers. TI Kilby Street. Boston. Apply for rates and information to ■AMVEL APPLKTON, SS Central Street, Boston. General Agent for Bodachlucite, New Hampshire and Rhode Island. DECLINED TO BE DIPPED. went? Faith Cure Believer* Bool** That the Water ie Too Cold. S"bw York. Jan. 28.—Twenty-two bevors in faith cure met at the Mount Zion nctuary. Jersey City, yesterday, pursuant an agreement tjiey had previously made be baptized, no matter what the weather gilt be. ['he entire party was led to the water’s ga in New \rork bay by Elder Hancox. t at the last moment all but two decided it the water was too oold, aud declined to dipped. Charles Freise and his wife. Christiana, wever, resolutely followed the elder into i water and were baptized in due form. ,ey appeared none the worse for thoir expellee. but started for their homes as >n as they had put on dry clothing. A BOY'S PULL HOME FURNITURE CO. Walnut frame, upholstered in Ramie. Price for Wednesday, Jan. 80, Rnuieinbsr, this nrii • Ie for Wednesday, Jsn.SO, only. Dislodges a Bell from a Belfry with Serious Kosult*. Williamsburg. O., Jan. 28.—At a schoolhouse near here Saturday night, while a crowd of people who had attended a delating society were passing out from the building, a mischievous boy pulled tho bell rope, aud by some means the bell was thrown from the framework in the cupola and fell in front of the house on to the ! crowd below, killing William Wackor by crushing his skull and seriously injuring G. VV. Mount and Sparr Kidd. THE WEATHER. Washington, Jan. 28—8 p. rn.—Indications for 24 hours: For Maine. New Hampshire. Vermont and northern portion of eastern New York light local snows, colder, variable winds generally westerly. For the rest of New England and southern portion of eastern New York fair, colder, westerly winds, diminishing in force. Chamber Sets................SIO to S200 Parlor Suits..................530 to S250 Carpets......................20c.    to    S2.00 Oil Cloths....................17c.    to 65c. Curtains and Draperies-...25c. to $50 Toilet Sets....................$1.65 to $15 Dinner Sets..................$6.75    to    $75 Mattresses..................$1.85    to $40 Bed Springs. —................85c.    to    $10 Parlor Stoves................$4.50    to    $50 Cooking Ranges.......... $9    to    $75 CASH cr INSTALMENTS. FISKE BK 1.1 VERY. Write for Catalogue sad Bries*. HUME FURNITURE GO. ase ta soft WAEMIXOTTON EX.. Opp belt* Water Et., Bostal*. German Journals Clearly Dalliers of War. See The Young Republic Ripe for the Sickle. An American Girl Elopes with English Doctor. r Copyright.!    • Paris, Jan. 28.—By common consent the battle royal between tho victorious Bou-lungiste and tho ministry, which was expected to take place this afternoon, has been postponed until Thursday. The general has remained at home in strict retirement. and the thousands that had assembled on the Place de la Concorde to greet tho new member for Paris were disappointed. Looking over the battlefield today, it becomes more and more apparent that M. Clemenceau is the statesman most sorely damaged by tho result of the election.He had undertaken to give M. Jactjues the radical vote and an examination of tho returns shows that 120,000 of ‘‘Rads,’’ "plumped” for lite brave general. Wbeu the World correspondent called on M. Clemenceau. he found the latter very despondent. "I have nothing to say except that I am sorry for the republic. Yesterday waa a bad day for Republican Franco.” The ministry was closeted with President Carnot at tile Elysee palace until daylreak today. Iii refusing to accept Prime Minister Floquot’s resignation, M. Carnot remarked: “We must remember the saying of Thiers, ‘Tako everything seriously; nothing tragically. Whatever we may suspect that his leat designs are, the tact re* mains that General Boulanger yesterday carried the day in the uame ut the republic and tlietricolor as his standard. I certainly believe that St. Denis aud tim other radical quarters of the department returned the genoial with tho largest ma levities, while tho Faubourg St. Germain and tho other brownstone monarchical quarters with the smallest. The government is in a most angry and determined mood and reauy to take the most resolute measures if tho general Will but give the slightest opening. -Up to this evening. However, the Bai hoims. as a whole, seem to be very tiappv over tile result of their jump into the dark, and the cates are thronged tonight witli amused crowds reading the serious comments made on the election by the Berlin papers, who assert that the event has brought Europe measurably near war.” ship and emphasize the fact that he is the man for tile League of Patriots, that bis glorious sword is to rend the peace of Frankfurt and win back AlsacesLorraine. 'Hie French mean once more to lie a ■grand nat on.’ That is the significance of Boulanger's success lor Germany. Nevertheless, owing to the personal inadequacy of Boulanger, it is doubtful whether tho decisive blow is near at hand. But in any case the republic is ripe for the sickle.” The V ollce-/ ettuiig recalls the warning of the Republique Fruncaise— An emperor, if you wish one"—and says: "Paris responds: Y’os, we do wish one.” The Freisinnige Zeitong says: ‘The result need not be taken tragically* When the excitement is over we will be able to judge more clearly of the effects.” OERMAN COMMENTS. Banger of War Between Franc* and Germany a Reality. Vienna, Jan. 28.—The Political Correspondence, referring to General Boulanger’s victory, says: "In diplomatic circles here the election is regarded as a sure sympton of a coming change of system in the government of France. No immediate danger is feared as regards International complications. as it is believed that internal dissensions will prevent external entanglements.” Tile Neue Freie Pnsse says: “If President Carnot, uniting the Republicans under tl.e banner of honesty, appeals boldly abd openly to Fram e, he can still briug the country to reason. He must, while bravely attacking Boulanger, suppress with a firm hand the rivalries of His owu camp. Not tho republic alone, but the existence of France, is ai stake.” Tho Wiener Tagblatt says: "The return of France to a programme of moderation is hardly pos>ibie. The moderate elements will soon disappear from the scene and wild revolutionaries hold the field. The danger of war between France aud Germany has no.v become roal.” The Deutsche Zeitung predicts stormy times in France. It doubts whether the Republicans have sufficient strength to successfully resist Boulangism. RADICAL. DEPtTIE* MEET. Will Authority be Granted to Try Boulanger for Treason. Paris. Jan. 28.—The Journal d$s Debats says that at a meeting in the Rue Lincoln fast night several Radical deputies urged tho formation on the spot ot a ministry of action which should present itself in the Chamber of Deputies immediately and demand authority to prosecute General Boulanger tor treason. Many of those present opposed the suggestion, and the meeting dispersed at 4 o’clock this morning without coming to a decision. As Viewed by the Italian Press. Romk. Jan. 28.—Tho Fanfuila, commenting upon yesterday’s election in Paris, says that unless General Boulanger Ls exiled as a pretender he will speedily become master of the situation. The Riforma while admitting that the situation in France is grave, refuses to believe that tile republic!* near its death. The government must, however it says, make a complete change in its home and foreign policy. All the Italian papers recognize the gravity of tho situation. Boulanger Will Attend Thursday. Paris, Jan. 28.—General Boulanger has announced his intention to attend tho session of tile Chamber of Deputies on Thursday. The chamber today passed a credit of 42,(MIO,OOO francs, to be expended iutprov-proving the military posts. FRANCK'S ELECTION SYSTEM. Comoosltton of the Chamber of Deputies amt Mow Chosen. The election of members of the Chamber of Deputies of France, which has been brought iuto prominence by the election of Boulanger, differs very much from the method practised in the election of our congressmen. The Chamber of Deputies corresponds closely to the House of Representatives of Congress in’ its gonerar functions. Franc* is divided into 87 departments, which are subdivided iuto 302 arrondissements. These arrondissements correspond to our congressional districts, but elect one deputv tor each IOO,OOI) population, aud another deputy for each additional 100.000 of population. Paris, with its populatiou of over 2,000,000, is entitled to a representation of over 20 deputies. Universal sud rage is the rule, and every citizen can vote to chose deputies ana members of the general councils which exist in each of the 87 departments. Every citizen has to pay a poll - tax of three days work, which however, canuot exceed SO cents per day, and which is not a prerequisite to voting. In this country a member of Congress must live in the district from which be is elected. This is not tim case in Fiance, aud this it is which gives Boulanger his opportunity. According to the famous scrutiu de llsto, or sjsteui of counting of ballots proposed by Gambetta in 1880. a man can, as in England, stand for election from any district which, from any cause, is unrepresented. He can ne elected from a dozen or more different districts, and choose wnich district he desires to represent, liou1 auger I    has done this in all the stroug Republican I    distr.cts, aud has been elected in nearly all. His election I rom the department of the Seine is most significant, as it comprises the department which Is supposed to lead ull Franco. It is composed of Paris, and lias two small towns, St. Dennis and Hceaux, wh cli bears the same relation to Paris as Chelsea and Revere do to Boston in Suffolk comity. It is Paris virtually. Pans has always been controlled by its workmen, who have been in the past Radical Republicans, and never more so than today. Tho right of universal suffrage ________ __________ ___ ____ ____ without any property qualification has anoto for the doctor, telling him where I £n»bl©tl them to oioet a radical cont.ugent th.T w»r«    He followed    rn* ^feKtSSSSf.''•JT.S’n'SSS day. and put up at the same hotel. Tile the abolition of tile presidency and tile mother    met him    in    Hie hall    aud    raised    a    ;    Senate, which bears a close resemblance to great row.    Tho    girl promised    to    give    him    I    PlJr own Senate of' millionnaires, the Social- up.    Last Thursday    the doctor    tried to    get    !    “£cl$him 10 b ® *UPP    virtually somebody to take his boy to Londou and put I The vole cast meansconsiderabla Out of hun in charge of a relative there, but failed. 244,000 votes cast tor Boulanger, SIO,OOO, it Friday    he    appeared at    the    railway    star    i    is said, were cast by Conservatives and the lion    at    Mentone    with    tho    Lev    and    i    balance, 104.000. were Radical Republicans, non    at.    Mentone    WUU    urn    boy    and    |    anQlher uume for Socialists. This latter Ida' seem. .I much excited i vote onls lucked 8000 of reaching tile total Tli.fa'r'entcoldthem tickets to leuti iii I lie 1 vote ut 102,000 cast for Jacques, the candi-on the Italto^front^r wheie^da o«died a | dale of tho Moderato Republicans, or bour-cheek payable to either herself or lier i    icia&s. IBA LOVEB TUE BOCTOR. a American Girl Elopes with an English Physician. Nick, Jan. 28.—The great sensation here today was the arrest in Paris of au American girl with an English dootor. The young lady’s name is Ida Wilcox daughter of Mrs. Costar Wilcox Bainbridge of New York. The girl is 17 years old and pretty, and has been much admired since her arrival here with her mother, about a jai on th ago. They wero staying at the Pension Anglais two weeks ago, when Dr. Sellon arrived'from England with an eight-year-old son. The doctor stopped at the same house aud assumed to be an invalid, and claimed he came South to recover from an injury received in being thrown from a horse. He was a handsome follow, of good address, plenty of money.and from the outset paid a great deal of attention to Ida. A week ago. a lady in the Pension told Mrs. Wilcox that tho doctor was Hil ting too much with Ida, and advised her to put a stop to it, as the doctor hud a wife in England. Mrs. Wilco* chided Ida, but as the girl was not inclined to discontinue tho intimacy the mother left Nioe with her daughter, moving to a hotel in Mentone. Tho girl left Blaine Accepted Premiership. the But Harrison Opposes Blaineism. Allison Will Wall Away Treason Cate. Willi Waller's Shoes to be Filled by Tibbetts. Republicans Attempt Bribery West Virginia. in Washington, Jan. 28.—I am enabled to state on authority tonight that the namo of the next secretary of stat* is James G. Blaine of Maine. This statement is made positively and without any qualifications. Mr. Blaine has been tendered the stato portfolio aud has acc outed it, and this information has been communicated to a limited number of his close and intimate friends. Mr. Blaine has not yet decided whether he will go to Indianapolis, hut it is expected that lie will pay a visit to the presidentelect beforo long.    A. M. Low it. IKjARRUSON WILL BE TMK BOHS. Me Will Rave No Blaineism lf Jam** i I* a Cabinet Officer. Washington. Jan. 28.—When it leaked out today that Blaine had been offered and had accepted tho premiership, those who knew it oxuocted that tho Blaine mon. William Walter Phelps of New Jersey. Hilt of Illinois, Uoutello and Milliken of Maine and a few others would have a jollification meeting. But they didn’t, uud they had evidently boon muzzled, for when The Glob* correspondent sought loobtaiu their views ho iound them to be in au uncommunicative mood. A look of supreme innocence spread over Mr. Phelps’ face when tho question wan put to him. and ho answered by asking tho name of the gentlemen selected "by tho mess" as Mr. Harrison's secretary of stato. When told, he lied nothing to say. mid it was the same story With all of ilia nos intimate friends. It is not tho rule of Mr. Blaine’s friends Skeet) quiet when any tiling affecting their vorite is going on and their almost apathy ohuld only bo accounted for from tim fact that the coveted honor had come al ter such a long delay and In such an ungracious way that jLliad lost all its ilavor. A gen Mo iii un. whose means of knowing wiiat is transpiring in indianapolis arn second to none. said today to tho writer that a few weeks ago General Harrison wa* discussing cabinet matters with a prominent statesman. After Blaine mid other cabinet possibilities iiad b tin mentioned his visitor said that even lf Blaine becuiue secretary of state, them was not much danger of Blaineism In tho cabinet. General flurri- 3on half rose (rom his seat, aud in a very etormlned and emphatic manner said: "I want you to understand that there will be only one president, and his name is Harrison.” A dozen or more leading senators today telegraphed to General Harrison tiiut Allison must be induced to accept the head of the Tre ‘sury Department. They have telegraphed that Allison is Hie one man of all others tor the place, and that his acceptance would not only Ie Ratisfadory to the whole country, but it would also be the guarantee of u strong administration. It is learned today that some of Alger’s friends have advised him not to enter the cabinet under any circumstanc e, as they realize breakers ahead, and that Alger will be tho candidate four years hence. had His trunk sent to the Dennison Houso and then called on General Harr son. To- I gather they burnt the midnight oil and tallied cannot, and Allison, in order to avoid tho reporters, accepted the general’s offer of lodging for the night. It. is generally believed that Hie next secretary of tim treasury is Allison, amt that Harrison has been guided in the inake-up of the cabinet by th*' Senator's advice. .Judge Charles II. Moo'e of Plattsburg, N. I., had a conference with Genet a1 Harrison this evening. He urged Warner Miller for the cabinet, and it is said that his interview was entirely satisfactory. Harrison told Judge Moore that, in his opinion, the attorney general should come from Now York, mid that he should be a learned constitutional lawyer. RE RANTS ALLISON SHELVES. Senator Sherman’* Plans to Gat Rim Out of tho I WOS Rarely ashingtov, Jan. 28.—Tho other day George F. Hoar was heard to declare in the Sunato cloak room that if William B. Allison stayed out of the cabinet and lived fear years nothing could defeat his nomination for tho presidency in 1892. Among tho men who overheard Mr, Hoar’s prediction was Senator John Sherman, whom Hoar supported with great ardor, but to no purpose, at Chicago last June. This declaration scorned to have opened Senator Sherman’s eyes wider than ever to tile fact that ho was going to have a dangerous rival in future aud as this veteran sprinter is already entered for the convention of 1892. ho is credited with having at once set to work to laud Allison in tho cabinet.    ___ BRIBERY IN WUST VIRGINIA. Republican* Try to Buy the Senator. But No Choice a* Yet, Charleston, W. Va.. Jan. 28.—Tho fifth ballot for senator was taken in joint assembly of the Legislature at noon and resulted: Guff, 38: henna, 18: Frank hereford, 8; J. W. St. Clair, 2; J. W. Goshorn (U. L.). 3; A. B. Wells. 3: M. Jackson, 2; Judge Woods. 2; balance scattering. Whole number of votes cast, 82; necessary tor a choice, 42. Delegate Shelton of Lincoln county presented a sworn statement to the House today that tie had been offered money to vote for a United States senator. Au investigating committee was appointed. OE MOOR ATM TO SUFPOBT RENNA. In Caucus Re Receives On* Vote More Than Tvro-thlrils. Pittsburg, Penn., Jan. 28.—Tile 'limos' Charleston. W. Va., special Bays: "In Democratic caucus tonight Senator henna was nominated, all tile Democrats being present. lie received 31 votes, which is oho more than required to nominate on tile two-thirds rule, which was agreed to tost week." AFOOT! GOTHAM. THE REPUBLIC’8 VICTIMS. was given With tho rands mother, for 1850. The check ber by lier mother to oush thus obtained the elopers went via Genoa, Turin aud Dijon to Paris, whore they wero arrested. The mother waited all day for Ida to come back witli the money, but instead a messenger delivered a note from tho girl. saying she had run away, and asking to I e forgotten, as she had determined never to return. The motlier at once went to tile American consul, who saw tile public prosecutor, ami tim police at Paris wero wired to arrest the couple on their arrival. When tije train arrived in Paris Dr. Sellon called a cab amt told the driver to go to the Grand Hotel, but The fear that Boulanger will be a dictator aud assist in bringing back the Urbanists and Bonapartist*, is unfounded. The people are too strongly wedded to democratic ideas to desire a change, and more especially is this the case in the army, the active force upon which pretenders must depend. Theie is a wise provision in the laws which prevent any attempt in that direction. The law of Feb. 22,1872, provides that in case of the Chamber of ■Deputies being violently dissolved by any coup d'etat as practised by Louis Napoleon, the general council of each of the 87 de- ALL IN MGT FLOR IBA. Electoral Vote* Have linen Handed to (fellator Inwall*. Washington, Jan. 28.— The electoral messengers from all the States except Florida have deposited the certificates giving the result of tho meeting of the presidential electors in their respective states with President pro tent Ingalls. Senator Casco said this afternoon that he thought the messenger from his State would arrive before midnight, when the time for the reception of the certificates expired. Tile vote of Florida will be counted even should the messenger not get here in time. but his delinquency would require thq secretary of State to send a special messenger to Florida to secure the triplicate copy of the mcetiu r of the electors from the judge of the district. The messenger from Texas has made two journeys here, the first certificate not accepted becauseofan informality in it. The I lilted States will pay his mileage for one trip only. The messenger from Colorado, kansas and Alabama will be unable to receive their mileage allowance un’il the votes are counted on Fob. Tit, as the letters notifying them were sealed up in the envelopes containing the votes of their States. Two Men ere Bead, One B.vlns-ltssm* ship* IMvluir literally. New York, Jan. 28.—Two of the men wounded by tho explosion on the White Star steamer Republic, died this morning, and another is not expected to live through tho night. A third is in a precarious condition. At Bio office of tho board of special inspectors of foieign passenger steamships it was ascertained tHat tho last inspection of the boilers of the Republic was Dec. 12. 1887. when a certificate good for one year was given. As that certificate has expired, she lias been disqualified bv law for carrying passengers out of aby United States port.    \ Tho inspectors will thoroughly investigate the mutter. THE RULING PASSION. Miss Lattice Bowen of Gayavllle, Vt.. Fusses Her Ninety-Meveuth Birthday. Gaysville. Vt.. Jan. 28.—Miss I ettioe Bowen, who has just passed her ninety-seventh birthday, is a remarkably well-preserved lady. She reads w ithout glasses and keeps no servants. Who is tail, straight as un arrow, and is a rapid walker, der memory is excellent and she is au interesting talker, hut if any allusion is made to lier age by lier visitors they are at once shown tho door aud are not recognized when next they meet Miss Bowen. Tim old lady bids fair to live a number of veal -, und lier neighbors, who have a strong liking for ber, hope silo may be mentally and physically as vigorous her centennial birthday as she is now. Leading Gar Lines Tie Up. All The Order to Go Into Effect Today. Sii Thousand Mon Affected hy Last Hight’s Conclnsion. The Brooklyn Battle Becoming Serious. Police Escort the Cars Patrol tho Routes. and N aw York, Jan. 29.—Tit© Tribune says the horse car men have decided to tie up. throwing out of work 6000 to 0000 men. The roads affected are First and Second avenues. Fourth and 8ixth avenues. Broadway and Seventh avenue. Eighth, Ninth and Tenth avenues, Forty -* aeolid and Grand streets, Forty-second street and Boulevard, Broadway and Battery, Grand street and all the leading lines. PO EICK-LAB EN CAR*. and PARTNER PARNELL INDICTED. Business Quarrel Lead* to Murder and Attempted (Suicide. St. Johns, N. F„ Jan. 28.—At a special term of the Supremo Court today a true bill was found against Fat null. who* killed his partner. Sillars a short time ago. Mr. Siliars was found dead in a chair in his office one morning, while his partner, Mr. Baruell, was found at his home iii charge of a physician, who was endeavoring to save his life. he having taken poison. A business quarrel was supposed ut tile time to have led to tho killing of Billard aud i'aruell’s attempt at suicide.    _ FIENDS WRECK A FREIGHT. TO FILL WALLER'S SHOES. Tibbltta WHI Capture the Prize and Hay Will be Left. Washington, Jan. 28.—The despatch printed in The Globe a few days ago about the contest between ex-Speaker Tib-bitts and State Chairman K. S. Day of Connecticut for the cousul generalship at Relief That They Intended Throwing a Fast Passenger About Uue. Charlotte. N. C., Jan. 28.—Somo miscreant opened u switch near Mizuh, three miles south of Keadsvitle, on Saturday night, and wrecked a north-bound freight train. The train caught tire uud was entirely consumed. Fireman Alturas aud Brakeman Lee were killed in the wreck. It is believtid that it was intended to wreck the fast passenger train, which was about an hour behind the freight. BOOM FOR BUCKET 8HOP8. before he could stun tho police collared him. Dr. Sellon protested that the HUC*1 au attempt, lh.® president and Si nato girl was of age apd came with hint of lier Blue Hill Predictions. Blite Hill Observatory, Jan. 28—2 p. rn.—Indications for Tuesday, lair and decidedly colder. H. H. Clayton, Observer. What Caused Kitty Cody’s Death. Brooklyn, N. Y„ Jan. 28.—Tho coroner’s jury tonight decided that Frank Dudgeon procured the operation which caused Kitty Cody’s death, and that Dr. C. F. Hare and Mrs. Harriman were guilty of a criminal act in concealing tho facts. Dudgeon is in jail. Infernal MachineTted to His Doorknob. Oswego. N. Y., Jan. 28.—This morning Mayor H. D. McCaffrey found an infernal machine attached to the knob of his office door in the City Hall. but the machine failed to explode. When opened it was found to contain springs and wires connected with two largo cartridges tilled with an explosive. The matter was referred to the police._________ One Killed, Eight Injured. Havana, Jan. 28.—An explosion on the San Vicente estate near Matanzas today killed one person and injured eight others. own accord. The girl refused to leave him, and they were taken back to Mentone by the first tram. It ban created a great scandal among the Americans of the Kiveria. The laws on abduction uie very severe here, and ti ends of the girl’s motlier propose to make it warm lor tlio gay doctor. REGARBEB AB AN EVIL AFG ERY. Back To Printers!—The Central Type Foundry of fit. Louis have just produced a beautiful new syle of type for circulars. The tush for it is great Boulanger’* Sword to Win Al «uce-Lorraine. Berlin, Jan. 28.—Tho newspapers here. of all shades of political opinion, regard tile success of General Boulanger as un augury for the French republic. The North German Gazette says: "It is the most important event of recent times in the domain uf foreign politics. Tile regime of the parliamentary republic has suffered a severe reverse iu its owu capital. Tile defeat of the government will probably lead to ail sorts of surprises.” Tile Post sees in the result of tile election proof that Frauce is heartily sick of the republic. It says: "A government that has received such a blow can no longer be regarded as a serious government General Boulanger will not allow tile impression made by ills victory to fade bolo e the general election takes place, as otherwise tile government might by bold measures win back tile votes it has lost. The centeu-nary year of 1889 will not be behind in its predecessor in importance.” The National Zeitung says: "The discontented elements combined to support Boulanger. If lie should prove to be a serious pretender, the tail of the republic is a certainty.” The Vosaische Zeitung says: “It was not Boulanger alone that, was victorious, but also his programme to establish a dictator- partments shall immediately uss^iblo and , Londou when ex-Governor Wailer vacates that lucrative aud pleasant position, lias attracted a good deal of attention among the Nutmeg State politicians, especially as form a hew legislative assembly with their delegates, in order to oppose by all means are not represented by the popular vote as it is understood hero. The Senate, which consists of 300 members, is elected by members of the general councils, the deputies, the arrondissement, councillors and delegates from municipal councils. That is, three-fourths of them are elected every three years. Tho other fourth are elected for life, aud in case of a vacancy the other senators till it bv election. The president is elected by the Seuate aud Chamber of Deputies. The reason for the demand for their abolition lies in the manner ot their election, aud tile scandals which have attached to these offices in the past. The senators, too, block all useful legislation in i. tho interest of the peopla The demand of t>V*A Hnnlano'fti*    a r»nnat. itll Ant. ftiiUBmhlv Boulanger for a constituent assembly widen should revise tho constitution, lies back of bis continued sue esses also. His policy and hiB methods constitute what is called Boulaugensm. The Boulangists are those wiio are ut ira ted by his personal magnetism, ana have their American prototypes iu the followers of Blame and Butler. The people there are tired of the shopkeeping Republicans they have been having. and through their electoral system are able to change the government quickly, and no doubt will do it. But a relapse from Republicanism need not be feared in view of the checks upon any military or other favorites seeking a change for their own benefit _ lf "Perfection Buckwheat" is not all its name implies return to your grocer’s and get your money. 26 cents’ worth of Ingalls’ Spoolfie will cure your cough. It never fails. Time Tells.—Fifty year* Cutler Bro*.’ Vegetable Pulmonary balsam for lung* stand* A No. I, both gentlemen were auxioos not to have too much attention drawn to the canvass. Later information received bv The Glohk correspondent shows that Tibbitts bas a long lead, und he willcortainly secure the prize if the influence of his State counts for anything. Although Mr. Day is chairman of the State committee, the ex-speaker has tho endorsement of 20 out of 24 of tile committee men. and it is also said that the two senators and the governor are tor him.    _ MASSACHUSETTS YOUNG MEN. Their Resolution* Formally Presented to the President. Washington, Jan. 28.—Representatives Morso, Burnett and Collins, Mayor Delaney aud Samuel McQuaid of Holyoke aud John W. Corcoran called at the White House today aud presented tile President with resolutions, engrossed on parchment, which were adopted at the last meeting of the Young Men’s Democratic Club of Massachusetts. General Collins made a brief presentation speech and the President replied in a few pleasant words. He will formally acknowledge the gift by letter to the club.    _ ALLISON BE PARTS HAPPY. For EA Hours Harrison Talked Cabinet In HlefKar. Indianapolis, Jan. 28.—Senator Allison departed tonight with asmile upon his face. and all interviewers were courteously referred to Presidentelect Harrison for information. Allison arrived at noon yesterday, New York Miipremo Court Make* an Important Decision. New York, Jan. 28.—The general term of the Supreme Court today reversed the decision against E. W. Toed, a "bucket-shop” keeper, who was convicted some time ago of keeping a room for gambling. Judge Brady, iu opinion today, said that, while speculative transactions by means of margins were wagers and void aud uon-enforciblo as contracts, they did not constitute a crime unuer chapter 9 of the Penal Code or become a penal offence under its provisions. BOUGHT FOR $2 AND WHISKEY. West Virginian Republican Leader Held for Vote Buying. Charleston. W. Va., Jan. 28.—United States Marshal Van Buren today arrested J. 8. McDona d, chairman of tho Republican couniy executive committee,‘on a charge of buying the vote of Dick Hardwick at the November election (or $2 uud ull tile whiskey lie could drink. The arrest was made on a capias issued by the I ailed states court now in session at Parkersburg. A number of other alleged bribers will bear-rested. Two to Hang Within 60 Dave. Minneapolis, Jan. 28.—Tho Supreme Court today denied a now trial in the cases of Tim aud Pete Barrett, convicted last winter of the murder of Car Driver Tolleson. It is regarded as probable that the murderers will be hanged within co days, there being no grounds for hope of a pardon. "Baby Bunting” Must Settle with "Bunnia.” New York, Jan. 28.—The general terra of the Supreme Court today confirmed the verdict of 846,000 given against Charles Arbuckle, the millionnaire coffee merchant, in Hie breach of promise suit brought against him by Miss Clara Campbell of Oronton. O. Do not take any chances of being poisoned or burned to death with liquid stove polish, paints aud enamels in bottles. ’The Rising Bun Stove Polish" is safe, odorless, brilliant; Ute chiefest and best stove polish made. and tho consumer pays for no expensive tin or glass package with every purchase. Blue Coats Guard (ha Stables Patrol th* Lines. Brooklyn, N. Y„ Jan. 28.—At 4.30 this afternoon two wagons left tile Atlantic Avenue Railway Company’s stables on Atlantic avenue, near Third avenue. In each were 13 policemen and eight employes of the company. Twenty mounted policemen formed an escort to the men iu tile wagons. A large crowd was gathered about the stables and when tho wagons started toward tile Fifth uvonue aud Twenty-fourth street stable* tho crowd became a mob. howling aud swearing and throwing stones at the policemen aud their charges. The wagons and horsemen pressed briskly oil, the mob following and gaining in numbers and fury every rn nu to until the procession was halted on Twenty-third street, near the stat las. Several thousand angry men blocked tile wav. From tile streets, windows uud house tops stones. Clubs and orlek-bats showered upon (lie policemen aud trembling employes. Sera ants Johnson and Cole, who commanded tile mounted officers, ordered thoir mcu to chutge. and the squads advanced on Bm gallon,    The officer* used their clubs effectively and at 6 o'clock the employes were safely lodged in the stables. they were wanted to take care of horses which had been suffering from neglect. owing to the luck of help. Many rioters wore struck by clubs ami tho flying missiles and several policemen were hit. hut nobody, so fur as known was severely injured. Strong details of police guard tile stables and pat oi the line of tho roud. They had no trouble after the 6 o’clock row. No arri sis were made. There was a general expo latino in Brooklyn of a riot tomorrow morning wheu the company will attempt to start its cora WESTERN RAILWAY PRESIDENTS. Territorial Question Bedded end Outside Competition Taken Up. Chicago, Jan. 28.—The meeting of presidents of the Western railroads today suu-cuotU'd in removing all stumbling blocks hitherto encountered by tho ’‘gentlemen’s agreement.” The committee of five ap pointed to fix lite territory to Lo covered by the association, made a new report, recommending thul the boundary lines be the same as the first proposed, with the exception that ouly the western portions of these systems having lines extending east of Chicago shall bo embraced in the otfroomt at. The report of the committee was adopted, and the meeting pas,til from the territorial quest iou to the    consideration of the point raised hy the Chicago Burlington A Northern. This road objected to signing tile agreement un less some provision should be made for meeting outside competition without delay. The hoe route and the St. Tau! 6c Duluth arn competitors of the Burlington & Northern in the Northwest, aud neither ot tnese roads s to be a member ot the association. At the instance of the Burlington Sc Northern, the piesidents adopted a resolution providing that tile rules of subordinate organizations, where they do not con let with those of the interstate Commerce Kailway Association, shall remain in force until changed by agreement. This leaves in effect the rule of the Western Freight Association, which permits a roud to meet the rates of an outside line without delay aud make explanations afterward, that is. tile association lino whit h reduces rales at lls points must be able to give good and sufficient excuse or pay tile penalty for violation of a tree moot, Whether the Burlington As Northern will lie satisfied with this disposition of the mutter remains to beseen. That road was not represented at today's *e»siou, and the resolution was adopted without its vote. V ice 1‘resideut Harris wilt lie present tomorrow, aud it is expected will then be heard from. ___ ___ THE HUB’S NEW HOTEL. mentquicklyre8ponded.bat the employee had already put the fire out. The explosion was caus d by a leak, and two emploves repairing this barely had time to leave before the explosion came. It was thought the works would be shut down for a time, but thev were quickly put in running order aa far as the gas was concerned. Damage 82600.  ____ ONLY A HALF MILLION. Trustee Miller Says Moore’s Defalcation Will Not Exceed that Sum—Tho Speculative Agent Believed in Life Insurance. Indianapolis, Jan. 28.—Winfield Miller. the trustee to whom Moore transferred hie property and who is now acting as the representative of the Connecticut Mutual Lifo Insurance Company, states positively that the defalcation docs not exceed the first figures given by President Green, to wit: 8600,-OOO, of which 9100.000 has been made good by Moore. As the investigation of Moore’* business and books is boing made under the imraed'ate personal supervision of Mr. Miller, he certainly has authority and means of knowing the extent of the shortage. Moore ate his Sunday dinner with a prominent gentleman in this city, and divides his time between his home and bis Tanglewood farm. six miles east of town. Naturally he does not come down town very often. He was seen at his resider e this afternoon hrs reporter, but declined to be interviewed. Apparently no fear of arrest trouble < him. A gentleman who has a great afeal of inside knowledge of the operations of Moore states positively that there will be no arrest. It transpires that Moore looked to the future welfare of his family by insuring his life heavily. His policies include one of 826.000 in the    Connecticut Mutual. 816.000 in tho    New England Mutual, 820,000 in    the Mutual Life of New York. 816.000 in the Northwestern of Milwaukee, and $lo,0G0 in Hie Provident Savings. The policies are payable to Moore'* family, and canuot be seized by lits creditors. The big defalcation rose to the dignity of a pulpit theme yesterday, and was commented upon by Rev. R. V. Hunter, who denounced what he characterized "loose bus’ness methods" on the part of any great corporations. Referring to Moore, he said: "Tho laws punishing this class of criminals ought to be more secure und better enforced, and international laws ought to be such that flight to Canada would not give immunity to lawbreakers.”    _ Ha* Moore Skipped Out? Indianapolis, Jan. 28.—It is believed here that tho reason Moore has not been arrested is because other parties are implicated in the defalcation, and that the losses will foot up fully 84,000,000. It Is believed here tonight that Moore has gone to Cunada. Ho lias not been at his residence, and no one here has seen him for three days, notwithstanding recent alleged Interviews.    _ THEY DID LEAVE SIXTY CENTS. Bank Officials Jailed for Cleaning Oat the Bank in Contempt of Court—What the Receiver Received. Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 28.—J. R- Tolleson, president, and James JI- Richards, cashier of the Mercantile Banking Company, were sent to jail today by Judge Marshall J. Clarke for oonteinpt of court. Saturday this company was put in the hands of a receiver, and today the receiver made a report stating that Hie cash assets, so far as could be found, were no cents, while he was reliably informed that tho company had made collections ut about $16,0011 within the past few days, i'pon this showing the nidge sent the president and cashier to jail. saying that the theft was too patent to pa s by. This concern has liven advertising extensively that it would make collections for practically nothing, and in this way has caught banks in different parts of the country. The downfall of the bank was brought about by a newspaper expose of iu methods.  _____    __ Snowstorm in Florida. New Orleans, La., Jam 28.—The Times-Democrat special from 1‘ensacnla.Fia.. says: "Snow fell here today. This is the second fall of snow that has occurred at thispoiul in the last quarter of a century.” 1200 Protected Workmen Out of Work* Wilkksbarhe. Jun. 28.-The Sheldon Axle Works, the largest plant in the county, has suspended temporarily. Twely* hundred uran are thrown out of work. CT. LETTERS FROM THE GOVERNORS. Crowd* Attend the Opening of th* Boston Tavern. All day long yesterday aud far into the night a crowd of persons thronged the Boston Tavern and feasted their visions on the rare sight therein revealed. It was "opening day.” aud the result was a complete success iu every particular. Business opened at IO o'clock in the morning, ana continued without a single interruption. The description of the building has already been given in The Glope. The following persons are responsible for the furnishings of tho hotel: Oliver L. Briggs, billiards: R. H. While 6c Ca. draperies. shawls, linens, etc.;* Jones, Mac-Durt'ce Sc Stratton. crockery aud glassware: Thomas < ^Callaghan & Co., carpets and rugs; Frank A. Browu Sc Co,, upholstery goods; Dorchester Furniture Company, furnituie; A. L. Haskell Sc Son. bedding; Gorham Manufacturing Company, New York, silverware. The splendid results of the furnishings from those firms were visible in til* various rooms throughout the hotel, and everywhere evidences were manifest that ’"Th* Boston Tavern” is hound to be a grand success. _    __ Steimt* Makes Winning Moves. Havana, Jan. 28.—The fourth game of the chess contest between Steiuitz and Tchigoriu was opened with the Zukerlort gambit, uud was won by Steiuitz after 22 moves. The fifth game was opened with the Evans gambit. This wee also won by Steiuitz alter 26 moves. Another "Jack th* Ripper** Crank. New York. Jan. 28.—Police Captain Ryan has received a notice signed “Jack the Ripper” that the streets of his precinct will soon he filled with murdered women. Ca* Explosion at Northampton. Northampton, Jan. 28.—An explosion of gas in th* cellar of th* gas company’s car- It I* a well-known fact that Pend'* Extract Is used and recommended by mors dialing Idabel poop!* lb an any preparation or remedy extant. In faut, Iii sr* are distinguished people, who would not aflow their names to ho us*d for anything cis*, who make an exception of Pond’s Extract on ac-count of ti* standard, unfailing, never disputed excellence of half a century’s standing. It Is used in the household ut the President at well os that cf th* humblest cUUeu. 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