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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 3, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts                                UNDER THE QUEEN. It Washington had fallba to drivo thoklnu's troops . ----------    ^-------..------------ . jfig OHtotBooton, �womlghttoflnybo living under tho Quoon.; Wjiftt sort.pf iv rourttt of July wo should havo under Bttpholrounietandes, nn lllnsttatod (irll-, olo In this cvonlne'B GJiOUE. wilr roveal. Avorhge � oiroulfttlon for Juno, daily, 147,172. Largest lor June. Hna written forTiiB Wnvxr Or.om "A rn* TTp Job! or.tlio Amorloan Widow In London." Ion ouBht to rond this, clmrmlng novidetto, Atemge, orrculatlon for Juno. Sunday. 146.4.70. LarpoBt for . VOL. :^XL.-^o. a ROSTQK FBIDAf MORMNG, JULY 3, 1891.--TEN PAGES. PEICB TWO 'CENXa AytomatiG Glothes After the smoke of .battle Bas cleared away we And wo have, by actual count, still 63 full Size iiiachiiios, NOT TOY MACHINES. . -These we. shall sell Friday, commenciug at 10 o'clock A. M., for As these will last hut a few minutes, be on hand. CONTENTS OF TODAY'S GLOBE REAM& THE WHIRLWIND. PBHSEDENT. OB" A" PAKTY, AEEHOTr Bpjznaoada Flaces Vicuna In Oommand of the Govorument. New Youk, July. 2.^A spooiiil from. Coauimbo, ChiU, dated June 28, says that the provinces in soutli Glull. all unUer Biil-niftoBaa's control, voted for president of the gfovernmant party on Saturday. As was a foregone conolusion.Balraaceda's, candidate, Vicuna, was clioseu oa his successor. The insurgents are moving upon tliis plane, and an early battle may bo loolced for. There �re 7000 won to defend the town, most of whom, however, are voluntQora and not to be entirely depended npon. The insureents are sale! to have 8000 men who will mali:e the attack, and that only' for lack o� ammuuiticm they could, put a much larger force into the field. � Balmaoeda's Army Fled. Washington, July 2.-Mr. Monti, tho Chilian cohsTessional envoy here, today received a despatch from Senor Errazuris, the minister o� foreign affairs at Iquique, stating that the conDTepresslonal army has occupied Huasoo, and that the army of Balma' coda has fled.    , "THE MAJOR." At onr woU-knowji Popular FricoB I $2.00. BOLD OHIiT BY Btrletly Ono Trlco._  Open Evenings. FirewoB-ksCo 22 Mia Spare. [1] 6t im . Patto 1. Central Labor Union to bond all enorEios to maice Oakland Garden meeting successful ; nothing to be done at Franklin Park. Gov. Bulkeloy of Connecticut removes Graham and reappoints Watson to command of Connootiout Brigade. Ex-TreasdrerBardsley sentenced at Philadelphia. �   , Tho briderto-be is arrested charged with Btoaling jewelry tad the wotUing is post-poned. Ph03bB Couzlna' suit causes a commotion In a Chicago court. IPnKc �. Short but vigorous races at Worooater; opening at Brighton Beach traclt. Chili furnlshoB more news-Bismarck do-flant-Irish land bill pas.ses,, committee stage in the House of Lords. Defence that Dr. Hobor Newton will ad-vanco in reply to his critics. Vnae ffl. Wonderful tennis playing ol young Wrenn of Auburndale; opinions of Coxswain Neal; bicyclists gathering at Hagers-tovyu, Md.; other snorts. Frenchmen denounce the Panama schepie as the scandal of the century. Preparations for electrocutions at Sine Sing. Paico 4. Boston offers 812,000 in medals and purges to athletes aiid. others for tomorrow's celebration. New regulations governing imports under consular seals. Closing eyldenca and arguments in Leach malpractice case; Powers wins, his case, against the Columbia Inv,estmont Company. , .     , ��4 Pace S. "Billy" Joyce snaps a bone in his leg during the gamQ with the Washingtons on the Congress st. grounds. Bostons win in a remarkably well-played 11-innlng game vrith the Brooklyns. Games on many base ball diamonds outside tho two big leagues. Haverhill aldermen pass an order to pUiv. ohaso fi'anohise of aaueduot cornpany at a probalJle cost of over S1<000,000. Mineola wins Seawanhaka-Ooriuthian special race. Continuation of suit at Snrlnpfield to recover $1E,000 oommisaion for sale of brew enes.      '       Pago O. Facta, raoalling Gettysburg and Cedar Mountain,      ' ,   �' . Assistant Appraiser EvaRS dismissetl. Page 8, Secretary Foster proposes to refund maturing 4Mi per cents, at 2 per cent. .Treasury trying to find a wajr to pay out subsidiary silver coin. Baum'b wrath falling upon suspected clerks. Secretary Blaine on the mend , reports of serious illneaa regarded as' sensational rumors. Description of now Emergency and Accident Hospital In United States Hotel afinox. Second payments for breeders' stalws And many good ones left in the Ijsti other entries. I*nBO to. The Ijadles' Charity Club have enjoyable day at "The Bungalow," North Soltuate boaoh. Tremont Temple church deacons in secret confab; Deacon Harris declines to longer hold oiHce. Strength and plans of tho Nationalists as set forth by Capt. Bowers. Ex-Treasurer Bardsley's Fate is Sealed. Sentenced to 15 Years' Solitary Confinement and Enormons Fines. Sti'iokeE DumlD by the Terrible Ooaso-quenoes of HiB Orimes. TEE WEATHER. 30 in, lo�g, 15 in, wide, 12 in. deep, Price S7-c0� iUatf0 from soHcl Canyplwv Wood, / - WASHINCITON, July 2, 8 p. m.-Forecast till 8 p.m. Friday; For Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, sliowers, sliglit-ly warmer. exooDt cooler at Portland south winds. For Massaonusotts, Khodo Island and Conn6ctiout,sbowers, Btaiionnry tempera, turo except slightly cooler at Boston 0, 48 CANAL south winds. For eastern New.York, showers; sliglitly , warmer; oast winds. The Globe's Forecast. I   The. weather of Boston and vicinity today I will be partly cloudy or cloudy, unsettled, but favorablo, to fair weather. No great change In temperature, variable winds. For northern New England and the northern coast today fair, except local rains for coast and northern parts, slight temperature [ obanges, variable Wind directions. Saturday promises fair, with no decided ohangd in temperAtiire. Blue Hill Predictions,' For Friday,  clearing  weather, slight I qljango m temperature.   ,   ' ClaytQ!*, Tempepature yesterday as Indicated by the thermometer at Thomp son's Spa; 3 a. ni., t)2'':.6 a. m., C3�j ' a.m., 08�; 12 m., 72�! 8.30 p. m, 60�; Q I p. m., 6fl�j 9 p, m, 64�; 12 mid., 61' average temperature, GCVe". Tbe Best Iiaundry Starch In the wide, wide world, everybody uses it now. Blue Packages,   io cents each, For sale by all grocers. UjitU lO O'clock, (or the Sale ot QniUi EiflePi BevoWers, Blank Cartridge Pistols, Blank OartridgeB, Powder, &o., for FOTOTH OP JtJLT Me, at suoli eitiomoly low prioes tliat BTsrybody cajx afford to celobrate. 811 DEPHAM WHili OELHBEATa. Bxtenaivo Programme Arranged for July Fourth Observance. DJSJJHAM.July 2.-Dedhom, for the first time ill the past half dozen years, is going to spread Itsell! and have a. somowhat elaborate celebration of Indopendonoo day. In the morning there will be a parade ol antiques and horribles through tlie prlnci pal streets of the town- Grocer John Wardloy, Jr., is to bo chief marshal. At 8 o'clock the Dedham Boat Club will hold its eighth annual regatta over tho pliaries riyer course,   Tlio races are sev In number.   " The judges are Capt. Joseph H. Lathrop, Charles E. Gonant. Edward Capon, Charles Kr�n..l,, 'W- Wolpctt and George K, Hooper. Tho IN early  referee is Gardner Perry. At 0.30 a series of athletic sports will be bad on Church Green and track events, running matches, iiurdlo races and bicycle races on Court sT. Tho judges are A. F. Fisher, C. E.Conant, Gardner Perry; timers, C. W. Wolcott, J. H. Lathrop. A. F. Worth-inffton; starter. I. K. Hooper; clerk of eourse, James Humphrey. In t))o afternoon rlioro will bo horse and pony races at Readville Pork, ana in the evening a conoort by the Dedham band. FELL FEOM OPEN WINDOW. PiULADKiiPinA,. July 3.-Juat a little before noon today id the oourt hou.?o, Judge Wilson Bpoko the words that aeolad ox-City Ti-easuvor John Bardsley's fato, at least for a long time to oome, The sentence was for various terms, nggro-gatlug 15 years in the Eastern penitentiary ot labor and a fine 0(iual to tho amount of his embezzlement. Mr. Barcisloy was brought from IV^oyai sing prison at 10 o'clock- Ho was taken into tho oourt houae through a rear door, and conducted to tho consultation room in the rear ot tho coiirt room, Here ho remained in consultation with his counsel, Mr. Aloxundqr, until tho court waa called to order. Tho fact of his apoodrance had boon kent secret, and very few persons wore present, A few momenta later' Assistant District Attorney Kinsley and City SolicitorWar wick entered, Thoy wire followed by A, S, L. Shields, counsel for Yard; Hobort Alexander, Bardsley's lawyer, anlT District Attorney Graham. At precisely 10,10 o'clock. Judge Wilson having taken his scat on tho bench, lawyer and prisoner ontotoa the court room and took seats at the lawyers' table, directly in front of the bar.   , Hardsley walked down tho aisle with the air of a man going to business rather than that of a prisoner going before his judge for sentence. At first he sat with his head npriglit, fingering a pen and blotter which lay on the tablo.in front of him, but further on In the prooeedinsrs a cliango came ovor\hlm( and when the district attorney began to tear apart Ills statement ho aoomed to lose his fortitude and rested his head on hia hand. . ( Only-twlco did his eyes fill with tears, and that was when his counsel, in replying to tho district attorney, referred to h s family affairs, his long Soivioe to the public, and the testimonials he received on leaving th dlrootlon of tbo comtitlttoo. 'J^lio gamoa ai'o to cominonco atl.SO o clock abarp. All ot thuBiionltora, who avo hevoby npi'olnlcrt na auxUlary mombovaxittho aommltleo, nml na many aa ponalblo of tho ooiiloatanla lii tUo gatiwe > anil muatmir athlul�a doBlrlng Io parUcliiato In tho aamo, are retiuostod to moot tho clglil-ho'iu- oominlUoo, Iri Typo Hall, nt 8 o'olook thla, Ifrldny, evening, to ao porfoot Iho iirmiigumonte that tho auoooaa of ouv offorla for Uio day will bo oomploto. pontrllmllona o( maiioy and prlzss for the wln-nors In tho games and Hp^E-^i, and sitoll anuis aa may bo glvon tho iiommlttoo to dotniy lis oxpf nsoa tor thin ocoasloi! will lio proporly acknowlodgoil, and It Is hopod that a gonnnius rooponao will bo made by our woU-wlshors. I'lenae sond to liuni-y Ahrahama, ooorotory of tho lioalon Oontral Labor Union, at 134 Harrison av, Cltlzena ot nonton, help ua to makti Iiidopondonoe day, ISDl, moniombln In tbo hlsloi-y of our bolovod 3lty and Commonwealth, Gnoiifii! K. lIcNiiaL, JoaiU'ti b.VKKKn, Hp.Nur AnnAiiAMs, Finnic K. FosTKii. Co'ntral Labor Union Klght^Honr Ooiiimllteo. It was tlian decided iiy tlio committee to iBHUo tlio following appeal to tho citizens of Boston and vicinity; To tbo CltUnna ot HoBtoii and Ylolulty; Tho cight-lioiir oomnilUoo of Iho Unntrnl Labor Union ot Ilnatoii and vlclnlly.havlng In oliarse Ihc or-raiiRomcnta tor the olgbt-hour dinnonatnitlon at Oak-laiKl Gariluli on the r'onrth of ,liily,dcalio to any to tho labor oraunlmtlohaof thla oonimimlty and tho pub-lie gmiorallj' that, autlnij In aonnrrtiinoo with tlio )n-Btrnotlgns ot tlio oontral body, and In ordor to propprly 'fiirthpr tho oarryln.i! pnt of tlie spirit of tho abort hour movoinont, thoy nsU the lnUoat uo-opcratloii ot all waBo-enriiore and worUoTS with hand or brain In making thla unpru-'   taurant. Her story is that Charles Tilton, a son oi Wheeler G. Tilton of New Bedford, Mass., in whose family tho child was glvflu � home. lor several years. %vna in this city ou Wednesday, Juno n, the day upon whion the uncle, johu W. Knox, led Lena from her homo. It appoara that immodiately after Mrs. Kno2r obtained possossiou ot lier child all .' ew Bedford tho Tiltons. InoUiding both ' i'ii: and Mr.i. 'Tilton luid the .son named : above, came to tills olty lor tho purpose of ronossoaaing thomaolvoa ot tho child. Thoy ontorud Iho dining-rooms where tho ' Jonuorgirl is omployod, to get their dinner, and wore there recognized by tho latter. Thoy were greatly surprised, and evidently ohagrinod that they had blvindored : upon a relative ot the Knox family, but made the bast of the situation by unloldins v tholr plans, and endeavored, to persuade; Josio to assist thorn, Thia .she would not do, and they there- ; upon lett tho city and nothing ruore was hoard from them until Charles TUtouwas seen hero on the day ot Lena's diSappoar-anco. Tlio police hoiG diaoovcrcdthe manner In which the child was taken from the ctty. tlio point w icro alio took the train and many other e ucs, all of wtiich they boliovoj ^viU ultimately load to the apprehonstou of' all parti ua conoornod ia tho abduction pf) tho child. It is now thought that a team conveyed Lena Knox, tho abducted child, to the jjear-oat suburban railroad station. Tho boo ja of A. L. Jeiinla & Son, stable-keepors, s low that a team hirotl on June 17, tho tayotthe chlld'.sdiaappearanoeati 12.40, was returned at 7.30. Tho proprietor failed to record for some unknown reason tho place of destination, ond refusaa to glvo any explana,tion or the name ot tho parties who hired It. JOHN BAUSCH BUHIED. Mishap to Alfred Boosevelt, a New 'X'ork Ranker, Nbw 'Yonic, July 2.-Alfred Roosevelt, a banlcor, doing bualiioss at .38 'Wall St., wan Injured at Mamaroucck this morning. He started for this olty aa usual, but did not get to tho station until the train was moving out. lie succeeded In jumping on one ot tho oars, but the Impetus ot the jump and of the moving train swung him out from tho side of tho car just aa it passed ono of tho abutments of tho bridge south of tho station. Ho Ktruck against ifi and fell under tho enr, the ^vllo�ols of wli dli paasod ovor iiiio of his logs, cutting tho foot off just above tho ankle. Moiiiciil attondanco waa obtained quickly, but his rovovury is conaidcrod doubtful owingto tho shock and loss ot blood. Roiisavolt ia about 40 years ot uge and married.______ SUSPICIOUS OHAIW SHIPMENT. 232,000: liabilities ot 8114,000,  ,    ^ Since then tho credit of the firm has been impaired by tiia disappearance of .foaeph Levy, who left behind him heavy losses at cards. This, together with bad business, caused the lailuro. NAMDSG DXPLOMATS.    . President Appoints United States Min-istera to Foreign Courts. Wabhisotom, .July 2.-Tho President has appointed the following: A. Loudon Snow-den ol Pennsylvania to be envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to Greece, Rouraania and Servia; Romualdo * envoy ex-itentlary to ---------- _ .chard Lambert ot Culifornia, to be United States consul at Mazat.'an: Henry L. Arnold of New Y^ork, to be United States consul at Clifton. Ont. Alleged Attempt to Change Site of IjOwoU'b Proposed Post Ofiice. Lowell, July 8,-There is another sensational rumor afloat in regard to the post office site, originating from tho tact that tlioughtho contract was owardod several months ago no work hp-a boon done. It Is claimed that behind tha project for the removal of the track on Moody st,, favored by the corporations, is a scheme to got tha government to change tho site ana locate it there, Boino city counoilmon say that no sanction will bo given to the removal of itio trank until tho national govorumont biii b'igun work ou tho St. Peter's site adopted by the government. Death Is Hourly Bxpccted. Gbkat BAitiiiNOTON. Mass., July 2.-Mrs. George Z. Morgan ol Now York city, a near relative of Plerropont Morgan ot tbo firm of Drexel & Morgan, bankers, of Philadelphia, received a fatal paralytic stroke on the Berkshire Hills express,, tonight while , on_ route from New York to Lenox, where she was to have boon the-guest of tho Frellnghuyscns. She was phiceo on an improvised eoucls, and Dr. Samuel Camp, who was sumiiKmod by telegraph, boarded tbo tram nt this station. Ho said Bhe was suffering from a paralytic shock, and stated that lior death was certain. Highway Bobbery Is the Charge. Peovidbncb, July 2.-Napoleon '".Vood, a youth ot 10, was before the Court ot Common Ploas today on tbo capital charge of highway robbery. The alleged crime was committed aliout 40 feet from the .Massa-cbusette lino. In the town of Woonsockot, on the 21st of Juno, one year ago, when, ic is alleged, John Scullou, lui aged man, was knocked down and robbed of a gold watch. Annual Friends ?200 Out Through Doane. New Bbdfobd, July 2,-The order of the Annual Frienda held a meeting tonight to try and ascertain how much the lodge was out by the peculations of Seo^-etary J. H.       Doano,   the  missing  forger. QUESTION  OF VBBAOITY. Mr. Powderly Contradicts Certain Bocent Statements ot Mr. Foster. PliiLADiiLi'iiiA, July 3.-General Master Workman I'owdorly ot tho Knlghta ot Labor bus propaicd a Btiitomont rclativo to tliB controversy over tlio ro-omploymont ol tho plato priiiltira dropiiod from tho rolls ot tho Imroau of priutiiig and engraving at AA'aahington.  Ha says: Sooix'tury i<'ust iamo fairness and ooiisidoratirru Controversy Ovor tho Action ol Duluth Elevator Mon. St. Paul, July 2.-At a cost of nearly 80000 and two montbs Ot tlmo. the Gram Growois' Association ol Jllunosota boa auo coodod la efitablishing tho fact that tho Du luth clovator companies liavo shipoed 279, 000 bushels of wheat without Inspection aud u largo part of it under cover ot night, Tbo ns,iocialion olalms that thia ia prima laolo ovldouee that the elevator people wore seeking to swindle tho farmora, oltfior by stealing tlio wheat oulrlglii; or billing it out tts rojeoted, and getting it graded as S'o. 1 Northern iit jUiffalo. The elov:U.ir mon. however, insi.^t that tbo grain M-as bin-burut, and that with the ciui' liOiit ot lha State warehouse commission tiioy were shipping it away quietly to avoid a panic.______ _ THE ALTON'S OUT MET. is now a fugitive. Scullen teatUied loday '''^/.f.^^'J^^'^^Ahom ..hall ba restored within and the case was continued. I ^^^^ lialnixca within two weeks ^his proposition was approved by Mr. Foster, secretary ql the treasuiy and Mr. Meroj tot. chlal<4t�6 Bureau of engravins and : ?tat  Mula, Bitten bra YelloV!*Doft Shot by a Toy Pistol, ' Burt by a Base Ba).;,<.oz' VaX\ Down St�ii:fi-.� BUT raa iitd and Reliabk Rmetfy wlU make him as GOOD As,iiew, 45   

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