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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - August 19, 1894, Boston, Massachusetts There are Sonis Great Bargains Announced by the advertisers in today's Globe, Don't miss tliem. VOL XLVI-NO 50. BOSTON, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGtlST 19, 1S�4-THIB.TY-T-WO PAGES. PRICE FIVE CaENTS. Everybody Should Heed J^EK T. DbWITT VALOABLE ADVICE. TO THE PEOPLE: I know by personal observation that Doctor H. A. Tucker's medicine, popularly called "No, 59," is potent and safe. It ought to be on the shelf in every nursery and in the satchel on every journey. Going from home I always carry some of it with me, and have administered it to many who in car or steamer have been taken sick. Better smash your brandy flask and the various styles of "Bitters," which are Rum put up under enticing nomenclature, and take with you a bottle of Doctor Tucker's 59 as a pocket pistol with which to shoot down physical disorders. T. DEWITT TALMAGE, You will agree with Dr. Taltnage (who stieaks after 20 years' personal use) if YOU but try Dr. Tucker's Speoifio Organic Beinedies. For All Pain. IT CAME TO PASS. Expected Shake-Up Has Now Taken Place. Sembers of tlie Police Department Get a Snrprise. 'Entire Deteotive Poroe Moved to Assure Effloienoy, ' ffho expected has come to passl The shake up threatened in the detective squad at the Pem!jei-ton sq head-�iuarters was fully appreciated throughout the department last night. Offlc* of the Board of Police, Aug IS, 1884. General Ordor No. 222. 1. Rule 0 of tbe police manual is heroby amended la section 1 tlieroof, by adding after the TTord "Buperlntendcnt" the words "and deputy Buperlntondouts," so that the section shall road as follows i 1. The chief iimpector shall, subject to the control and direction of the superintendent and deputy Buperintonlouts, have charge o� llie liU' reau of criminal Investigation and of the in-spectoia detailed for eerrico in said bureau. Two new sectlo:is are added to rule 9, nuiU' bored 5 and 6, to read as follows: 5. The board of police will detail a captain to asBlst the chief inspector, who shall perform the duties of the clilof Inspector in his absence. (i. The captain detailed to assist the chief Inspector shall, under the direction of the chief inspector, have personal supervision and control of the inspectors appointed to duty in the Imreiiu of criminal Invcstlt'utlon, uiid of any piitroUnon dclallcd to duty in that bureau, and shall instruct and direct ail such of-ilcers in the pcrXoruiance of their duties. The present section 5 Is numbered 7 and the word "or" in the last line thereof is changed to "the" and the tollowi.ig words added to said section: "Or the captain detailed to assist the chief Inspector." L!. link! 10 of the police nianu-il is hercliy iin]enilod l\v addluff to section (i of said rule the words: "The hoard of police will froju time to time detail patrolmen for duly In the bureau of criminal inveKtit'atlon, to serve duiing the pleasure of the board, who shall perform such duties as the chief iuypector may from time to time prcscrlho." The superintendent of police will promulgate this order. Augustus P. Martin, Chairman, Albert T. Whillng, Hubert K. Clark, Hoard of rollce. CODininndlug oiHecrs of divisions Mill jiromil-gate general order No, 222 by reading the same to their men at rollsall this afternoon. tenjnmln P. Eldrldge, Superintendent of Police. If all the people who bougTU Mocha and Java Coffee got what they bouyht there wouldn't be a pound of either kind on earth in six. months' time.-^ I 11 We do not, hotvever, predict any scarcity so lony as imitations can he houyht for from three to eight cents per pound leas. 'We do not sell all the Mocha and Java used in Boston, but all the Coffee we do sell as Mocha and Java is Mocha and Java.' � ' We charge 36 eta. per pound, S pounds for $1.75, or will send express paid to any address in New Bngland 10 pounds in a tin can for $3.60. A COOD SMOKE, 'iUB W. H. 1. HAYIiB J We Are Supplying Dn Hilton's Specific No. 6 for the Cure of All forms Indigestion. Cutler Bros. OfBce of the Board of Police, Aug 1.8, 1894. General Order No. 223. 1. Oapt William B. Watts of division 8 is hereby transferred from division 8 to headquarters and detailed to assist the ciilet inspector. He will be obeyed and respected accordingly. 2. Lieut H. Brown of headquarters is hereby detailed to take charge of the liiiuor officers of the department, and assigned to duty at headquarters. He will be obeyed and respected accordingly. 3. The following named patrolmen are heroby detailed for duty in the bureau of criminal investigation, under the direction of the chief Inspector; Division 1, Alfred II. Tryder, Oliver J. .Wise. Division 2, John H. -Hairis. Division 3, Walter A. Abbott, George F. Plnl; erton. Division 4, Hanley A. Whitman. Division 5, Michael O. Bhields, John J. Lynch. Division 0, ratrick ,T. Gaddls. Division 15, Joseph D. Began. DiviBiou 10, Cornelius T. Oleary. 4. The following named patrolmen are hereby ordered to report to Lieut Thomas H. Brown at headquarters; Division 1, George E. Saxton; division 2, Charles W. Pcnrica; division 0, Matthew J. Dally; division 0, Michael 3. Qreeley; dlvlGlou 7, Alfred M. Sturdevant; division 9, nari-lKon ^^'iIdor Jr; division 11, Delbcrt K. Angnstai dlvlHlon 12, Hugh J. Lee; division 18, David Cohiun; division 14, Araoa Wright; division 15, John J. Green. C. Sections 2 and 4 of this order will talte olTect at 0 o'clock a m, Tuesday, Aug 21, 1S!)4, and the other sections at rollcall at 5.4tJ o'clock p m, Monday, Aug 20, 1804. The superintendent of police will promulgate this ordor. AngiiKtiiB P. Jlnrtln, Chairman, Albert T. Whiting, Itohert P. Clark, Hoard of Police. Commanding oBlcers of divisions will pro-nndgate general order No. 223 by reading the same to their men at rollcall this afternoon. Boujniuln P. Eldrldge, Supt of Police. The transfer of Capt Watts met with general approval among the offloevs, who evinced the greatest satlataction over his good luck, lor such a transfer could not hut be considered In the light of promotion, as it comes with a salary of .'52600 per annum. Then his transfer to the Inspector's department was looked upon as showing the confidence reposed in him by the commlsBloners. Gen Martin eKpressod his especial appreciation of the chief's strict probity, high character and honesty. The nece.=i-slty of infusing new life into the "bureau of criminal Investigation," as the Inspector's department is known, was gone over by the chairman, who, however, had no fault to tlnd with the chief. The latter had done as well as was to be expected from the condltionB to improve which was the aim of the oommlsloners. To bring the detective sj'Stem of Boston's police department up to the highest standard was the end sought, and therefore it was the intention of the board to bring the super-vlaion of the inspectors' work more dl-rectlj' under a superior control, with a detective of experience at the helm. Accordingly, the creation of an assiat-ant Or deputy chief Inspector had been decided on In the person of Capt �William B. Watts of the 3d division. CONTENTS OF TODAY'S GLOBE Latest developments In the murder at Merrimao. Senators vote to let the tariff alone. Changes in the police department. Prea Clovoland taken a sail down the bay. Drowning accident in Manchester canal. Portsmouth company troubles explained. Fapco a. Boston lowers her colors to Cincinnati; other national league games. Haverhill and Foil Klvor won the New England league game.? yesterday. Annual athletic carnival of Riverside boat club. The New York Central road loses $100,000 by burning of oil cars near Buffalo. PnKO tt. Annual shooting competition of naval brigade. Harbinger wins the Wlnthrop commodore's cup; Corinthian open race', other yachting events. David C. Bassett attempts suicide at Bast Harwich. Paice 5. Assault In a Providence barroom. Mill operatives of New Bodtord yote to strike Monday. Brilliant dinner parties at Bat Harbor. PttKO fl. Mysterious disappearance of a well-known New Haven editor. Albert "W. Cotton, prominent business man of Arlington, disappears. Canadian sub-oolleotor suspended for wrongly causing seizure of a U S vessel. Pane V. Zeigler wins three firsts in Denver bicycle races. Yesterday's cricket games. Inaugural day of Northwestern breeders' meeting. A young New Yorker shoots his mistress and then kills himself. Alfred G. Highton identiiiodas Robert Bowman. Bad railroad collision in Worcester. Paso O. How business firms aro being swindled by bogus directory agents. Hot congressional fight in the seventh district. Expense ot campaigning trotting horses. Fauo lO. Doings In the real estate world. Paeo 13. Important auction sales ol horses and carriages. Fane 14. Coming coaching parade at North Conway. Gorman given at Cottage City. Fane llr. Military and naval news, P�Re lO. "Why the Peppers Did Not Go to Church." a story. The season at Buzzards Bay. Fage 17. Arrangements for big orociuet tournament at Norwich, Conn. Paso SO. Symposium; "Does a woman look well on a wheel?" Bar Harbor .society and its doings. . Fage �l. Table gossip. _ Pngo es. Financial. Newport letter. Page sa. Bicycle news. Summer pleasures along the South shore. Art and .artists. � " Pngo S4. Howard's letter. Pago �6, Gay costumes worn on tlio wheel. Page �6. Theodore Parker's churoli as it is today. Astors and Vandorbilts on the wlieel. How Strau.sB wrote the "Blue Danube," Pa�o at. Townsend's letter about the last presl dent from New England. Fa.shion .and fancy at Bar Harbor. Frank Carpenter desoritio.s the queer OOO' Die of Corea. FaRo as. street railway veterans of Bcston. "Little Mr Thmiblolinger" (continued) by Joel Chandler Harris. PaKo ��. Housekeepers obieot to servants' com-nii.s.sious. Bill Nye champions woman .suffrage, "Cicely's Two Lovers," by Aimie Ash. more. Paao no. How long should people be ongageil? Everybody's column and what every, body says. "Little Cushie," an original piece of music. The mystic orders. Pago 3�. Among the firemen. How to have uretty feet. Snap shot at J. Kood Whipple. How to behave on an electric. LL It was said last evening, by some of tihe stalwarts about town, that a result of the excursion would be a most minute underBtanding as to the policy to be pursued in the future conduct of the department. At the eame time it was hinted that the governor would seek to impress on the general the necessity ot proceeding with due care, so as not to afford any political capital as against hU^ own gubernatorial reelection in November. The Special oITioers detailed from divisions to the inspectors' office, all appeared quite jubilant over tlielr change, they seeming to regard their luck as u sort of promotion. The liquor officers concerned, while satisfied, apparently, had but little to say. None of the captains ot divisions cared to talk on the general subject, except to say that whatever construction some people might place on the action of the commlBsionerB, they (thp captains) proposed to perform their full duties in caring for their respective districts. It is expected now that Boston's police will be more than ever a terror to evildoers. Other surprises may be expected on Gen Martin's return from the woolly woods of Ivlaine. MR GLEVELANDJIUCH IMPROVED. President Enjoys a Sail Along Marion Shore-Not Expected to Leave for WashlnKtoti Till Last of the Week. BUZZARDS BAY, Aug 18-Pros Cleveland has sjreatly improved in hoaltli since his arrival nt ills suinuier lioine. Ho was UB e>rly this morning, and spent tlio early part ot the day on the veranda, in com-pany with Dr O'Keilly and Capt Evans, who is still Uis guest. The president was very eager to got the morning papers, and the liist one to reach him was The Globe, the columns of wliich ho oeru.sed <;aretuUy. This afternoon the president, Mrs Clevo-lana and Dr O'Koilly accepted the hots-oitality ot Capt Evans and took a.sail down the bay. The Bteanier went as far as Bird island light and cruised along the Marion Blioro. not returning to Gray Gabies until C.30. The president is not expected to leave for the capital until Krlilay jie.\l. Tlie civil service sundry bill is on its way froia Washington and it is likely that the president will sign it upon the arrival ot the oftioial who has it in liis i)o�. *i;ig uloudhif'SH, with Bliowei'H, f-C'Uthuosl-erly wind;!. F 0 r Mass.ichi!-BPtts, Rhf rtc iHlaiiJ and t.'orne'"iU;u:, fair, s o u t h e r 1 y �srir.ds. For eastern New Voile, Incrcaslnji cU'UcUncss, with show-'r?., vuriaM'; wiiiOs, FAIR Thinks Many Mistakes Were Made. &ray Sais Hiili ProtectioD's Bay Is Doiie. Senators Vote to Let the Tariff AEone. Chandler's Suggestion Not Well Received. Sugar is Still a Subject for JPartisan Flings. WASHINGTON, Aug 18-There was a very slack attendance of senators today while yesterday's journal was being read, and two motions to dispense with its reading were met with prompt objection from the republican side ot the chamber. The foliov/lng was taken from the calendar and passed : Senate bill to amend the act granting the right of way to the Hutchinson & Southern railroad company through the Indian territory. The resolution offered yesterday by Mr Harris, dem, Tenn, for the appointment of Mr White of California to fill the vacancy on the finance committee, was laid before the senate. Mr Manderson, rep. Neb, stated that there would be no objection, he thought, to the consideration of the resolution this morning. He wished to say for himself and some others that the stand talten yesterday meant no measure of disrespect to the senator from California. Recognizing the ability and fitness of thar senator, there had been no personal feeling whatever in the matter. But it had been thought desirable that that important vacancy should not be filled without full consideration. Mr Hill, dem, N Y, concurred in the expression of the hope that the resolution might be adopted this morning without opposition. APPEASED LIKE ELOPXEa The be* Mid tweetMt lOc. a*�tntli� Uvket. Georee Daniels and Alice Graney of Boston Married in Boboken. NEW york. Aug 18-A young man �nd woman, whose actions gave the iuipresBion tliat they had cJoped, went to Justice Sey-raore lu Hobokeu today to be maaried. They came from Boston. The man said lie was George Daniels, .14, of 30 Cedar et, Boston. The bnde was Alice Ediia Graney, 27, ol the Ksme address. Danielt Mid he wm a student. Local Forecast. For New England. Sun(la>': Of^npi-ally fair weather, touiliwesferly v.-jnd.s, slight change!! In temperature. Note-The weather of the country Is fair except local showers on the South Atlantic and gulf coasts; warmer In the northwest, little change in the temperatures elaewhere. J. W. Smith. Local Forecast Othcial. The Temcerature Yesterday as indicated by the tlierinameter at Thompson's spa: y a in ul', (' a in lil �'. � a m VI 12 ui 80�, .t p m 81�, C p m 78". V p m 70', 12 mid tiS�. Average temperature yester-dfty 77 2-21�. The resolution was then agreed to without a division. The resolution offoi-ed yesterday by Mr Murphy, dem, N Y, declaring there should bo no further legislation or change In revenue laws at this session was then laid before the senate Mr Gorman, dem, Md, asked that the resolution be laid aside temporarily, as he wished to make a suggestion to the senator from New York. The resolution was complied with and,' Mr Gorman moved' over to tlie seat of Jlr Murphy, where tlie two senators had a s'hort conversation. In the meantime the vice president laid before the senate tlie resolution offered by Mr Gray, dem, Del, yesterday, in structlng the finimco committee to report back the free .lugar bill, with an amendment providing a revenue duty on all sugars, without any differential duty on refined sugars. TO that resolution a substitute was offered by Mr Manderson, rep. Neb, instructing the committee on finance to report baolc the bill leaving sugar free and reenaoting the provisions of the Mc-Klnley act for a sugar bounty. A demand for a division of the question on Mr Manderson's substitute v.-as made by .Mr Turpie, dem, Ind, and a long discussion followed on tlie parliamentary point Involved in It. Tije vice president ruled tliat the vote ehould be taken on Mr Manderson's amendment, and that that was not dl-vlsiljle. The vote v/as taken and re-BUltod, yeas 21, nays 20. As there was no quorum voting, the rollcall was called and 54 senators responded. Then Mr Gorman, dem, Md, suggested that as there was evidently no voting .quorum present, the resolution bo laid aside temporarily, and the suggestion was agreed to. Thereupon Mr Murphy's resolution was again taken up, and Mr Murphy modified it so as to read: KtBolvi'd, 'J'liul ill ilin opinion of the ncnntc the enuotiiiGiit of rurtliur legislation on contested miittors In this Hc^sslon Is iiupractlcniilo: and tlHit fongrnm slioulil adjourn at llio earll-ebt [Hibslble dnt(^ The vote was taken and the resolution was agreed to, yeas 27, nays IG, as follows: Yons-Messrs Aldrloli, Allison, Blanclmrd, OuItiM-y, (.!lir,'y, CImiidlor, ChIIotu, Tllivls, DolpJi, Oa!lin,'4 i had been over 000 aineuiliiniitii ailoi.tcd In the senate, and there had been ii... examination ot tlie-m lu i.\uiffi eiu'r, except, perhapf.:, between the factions of the democratic party. If the rejiublioau conferees li.'iil hf ii con.sulled there /^vollld ha\' '(t been slirned by trie prei^ifitiil Stpli a ihliiH hal never (.;xiirre;l Iretore, aiii it v,'oub.l not ha^'e oei.-uiTed now iiad it not been for the maimer of eoii-'iioi-mg buslne.ss to whleh lie had referem-: . Mr Sherman in.staiieed the proxi.iion in the new tariff bill to allow a retitte of the tax on alcolicl used in the arts, and said that the ariiendment had heen ollereri In the first instaiioe by Mr Hoar, rep, Mass, tentatively, and only v>ith the idea that the attention of the eon-ftrence eomrnltteo might be called to the question. But no feasible plan, Mr Sherman ati-serted, had ever been devised to carry THE CROAKERS' QUARTET. WHERE THE REPUBLICAN CAMP IS PITCHED JUST NOW. Certain republican statesmen still are so lieep in the slough of partisan despondency that they persist in singing the same dismal old tune, and cannot, or will not, chime in with the merry hum of reviving industry which is filling all the land with hope and gladness. BAY OF DISASTER. Vigilant Lost Centerljoard Off the Needles. Matcli Racfi Had to be Declared Off, and Yacht Towed to Southampton. In tlie Roada There She Fouled a Swedish Bark-Oaustio British Oomment. SOUTHAMPTON, Aug ]8-The Vigilant was towed licre today to be docked, having lost her centerboard while preparing to cross the line this morning for her match race off the Needles with Britannia, 15 miles lo leeward and return, for Lord 'Wolverlon's cup. Tiie VlgUant's centeriioard, which was held by patent gearln.y- In the forward part of 1 he trunk, dropped out and went to the bottom Just after she passed the Needles. It is a heavy metallic plate, weighing more than a ton. The match has been postponed until Vigilant gets a new centerbon.rd. When tlie boats prepared for the start tliofo was enougli wind from the northwest for them to proceed from Totland bay. their ancliorngo, under their own sail. TheAtalaiita and Oshorno nrocodod the racers. 'I'lioy wei'o to have started from the OBborno, from which they wore to liavo been timed at the finish. liotli yachts got under way at 10.!10 and passed the Meedles halt an hour later. Britannia stood inshore and in Fresh Water bay, isle ol Wight, just to tlio onst of the Needles. The Vigilant was then standing close to the Xoedles. There was nil impression on shore that the boats were proparlng to start. This was .soon disslimted. Tliore sooiuod to be Boiiic mt.siinderstondlng. The A'igllnnt luffed up, loiverod her topsail and toolt on her forestaysnil. Boats put out from the Osbovno and Atalanta and rowod to the Vigilant and Britaiinin. The result of the visit of tlie club boat from tlio Osborne to the Britauniii was that tlie prince of Wales' ynolit nailed l)ao)c to Cowes. Wlioii the Vigilnut lulled up near the Needles it was lerrned that, lior center-board dropped out and was lost. HOT mmm. Portsmouth Company's Insolvent Condition. TOO STROHG. B-OULED a BWBI)I8H babk. Vigilant Meets With a Mishap While lietttlng Up Southampton Roads. SOUTHAMPTON. Aug 18-WljlIe tlie Vigilant was boating up iSouthamnton water this nttcriioon in a strong ebbtide, s!io grounded below Hytlie, slowed around and was oarrlod by tlio tide across the bows of a Swedish bark lying at anchor. Tlio Vigllaiit's aiiclior wa.s nuickly dropped, lenseuiug her way, niirt all of her crew hastened to tlie cros.s.ti'Oos to help clear tlie bark's yardarnis. The crew of the bark also t.ook to the rigging to render what help tlioy could. The Vigilant's sails wore lowered as sjieedily as possible, but tliey narrowly escaped lio-iiii; pierced by tlie bark'.s pro.ieetiiig spars. i'lie Tossels clung to each other until the steam vacht Growler tuwod the A'igilaiit free. The (irowler niul the steiiin yacht bora afterward towed vliu Vitnlaiit toilie minitli ot the Itchen, wliero ulio anchored for the niglil, The U .S cruiser Chicago sent a launch to render aid wliilo tlio ve.'^suls were locked together. George Cjould eairio tin earlier in the afternoon aboard tlie Atahiiitn to visit the Chicago, lint bad left hernt the time of tlio accident. Mo returned to Clowes, p.a.s.-iiig the Vigilant some time before the accident. CALL IT A SUBTERFUGE. EnElishm^n Say Vigilant's Centerboard V,'aR Sacr.iiced to Avoid llacincr. CtlWl'S, .^ai; l,s-It is iiiip-i.^silile todeiiy that there irt a geticial leo'.iiig of di.^nnst i bi'ie at wliiit is l.elieved t'l liuvo been a j mere selifinie en the lart of tlio;U) sailini; j llie \'iailaiit t'l avnhl nicing. .\nn.iii,: ya"litsnie!i lliere i:^ luirtlly aiiy-I one will, due, not think tlnit llie \ igilant's I renli.'.ri)(nn(l was sticriliet d lor the sake of I apiieariiin'es, I 'riie, Ne(!illen tiietUs iifier t!ie aecirlent, ; t he lioe.sim; i.if I lie |m;i!!i;,s1. t lie ii> ti'lilatioes leilnel'.ni, n: -ails. I he siib;i'.:ni ill full sail-ii.g )u ��oulhal.'jp;"!). are all c.te i e^-i- ' �lenre of hnil lailh ell the |)aii iif the 1 .'iAY H AC lil IS 'JEi'TIiiPlBEH. Continued on tbe Sixth Pase. ' liowr.rd Gould 'ihinks Another I'oard 1 Cenitol i^e Obtained m BDi;lai;d. ' COVi'I'S. Aug l.s-liowaril Cciild say.'. ' that Ihe ^�l�.'il:UltMnn k ihe giouml ehisu ^ to t lie Nee'l'.e^, tlie 'Iniiii tif the cetiter- b.i;irij hrolii mi ! Ihe hi urd sank, lie hlanie> ) il,,. ! Maper hir runnirig the ! r-Ui'iii ai,M!iiin.l. liiaiier i.a>s tliiit at tiie ' tune l.e dhi net know tbe eenterhnard wiic- dewii. I .Mr liould Kiiid he did nut think the I Vigiliini would get ai:oiht;r eentt-rboar.l ' liere. He tlnnnilit shp W'luld race aiain, however, before leavinK Enb'libh waters, toward the end ot Heptember. False Statement in Regard to Indorsing of Kotes. Affairs of Oompany Have Been in Bad Way for Some Time. PORTSMOUTH, Aug 18-The announcement made this mcrnlng that the 'Portsmouth company at South llerwlck. Mo, whloli iias been engaged In the manufacture of cotton goods tor the past halt century, was Insolvent, did not create any great surprise hi this city, as It was gone'.'ally itn'JVMi that tbe company had been In a bad way for Botn0 time, and that recently uppUcatlohs had been made to tiie U S court ttt Portland to appoint a receiver. The statement, however, that William H. Rollins of this city, pi'esldent of tlie Porteniouth company, had been guilty of irregular transactions in regard to the indorsing of the company's notes was a surprise, and was generally disbelieved, as Mr Rollins' standing In the community Is of the beat and sufiplclon had never before been pointed In nia direction. With the view oC obtaining Pres Rollins' version of the Portsmouth company's affairs The Globe reporter culled upon him this afternoon. He was found at Ills office on Pleasant St, busily engaged In preparing statements as to the I'ortamouth company's affairs. When asked If he had road the article which appeared tlil.s morning in a Bo.ston paper as to the affnlrs of the company and his connection with It, he Bttid ho had, and that tlicre were some very glaring mlsstatemeiits. "In fho first place," he said, "the statement that I ever got a note of the company's, that I had Indorsed, discounted in Boston or by any business man from that city who passed the summer hert la false. "a few months ago a well-known business man of Boston, who passes his summers in this vicinity, wrote me that he had some of the company's notes in his possesBlon, and asked as to the company's standing. I Immediately replied that I was sorry to hear that he had the paper, and that the company was In a bad way llnan-cially. "The finances ot the company were managed exclusively by the treasun.'r, Mr Samuel Hale of South Berwick, v/ho followed out the example set by his grandfather and father for a period of over 00 years. "I have had no connection with the handling of the notes except to Indorse for the treasurer. Within a few months X learned that they amounted to much more than I expected, as notes now appear hold by persons who claim to be Innocent holders which 1 had been Informed and had every i-oason to believe had been paid. "Not only have I indorsed notes for the company, but have perfioniilly advanced money an late as la.>it Januai-y to help tide over the affairs and get the company on a sound basis once more. "In regard to the selling of the notes at high rates of Interest by Collins and Hawson to Boston parties, 1 have no knowledge, but from thlnjis that 1 have learned of late 1 liave every reason to believe that upward of SSO.OOO Keeuretl by these parties never reached the eetii-pany." Bonds of the company to Ihe amount of $ir>0,OllO have been Isisucil. (if this amount abi.ut .flOO.OftiJ 1h ph il^ed as eol-laternl to bank.'-, who boll the oufstand-hig notes of the euiiipany. HoKanilng the btater],,.nl ihiil the note;, �old nt any prlee, rrmii I'l) to 50 cents en thv< dollar, i-ald Mr liullliiK, "T ibj nut know the e<,rreetne:i;' ef this litaternent. but ti'cu.-.iirpr liale tuki rue that ieii le have poiMinud her fattier, niolhei, lau-ihand and he:>elf, all of whom arc dead; Harry \\ hillock, the hir"-'! man. i.� !\!-o dyiiift. MANCHBST.I3R, N H, Aug 18-A sensational drowning accident oecurred at the Amoakeag gate house this afternoon, in which a Swede, Andrew Ha!-lln, well known among his nationality, lost hlB life, and Carl Ekholm, a companion, very nearly met death in an attempt to rescue ills friend. Haiiin tind Kldiolm entered a- boat for a sail on the river. They stepped Into the craft, unloosened tlio rope and cast off. The current of the river as It fiow.s beneatii the gate house and enters the main canal is very swift, and before the young men liad gained their seats and could use their oars, the strong mirrent bore the boat to the yawning opening beneath the gate house, and through which the water pours with terrific force. Both men at once lost their heads, and 1-Iallln especially became very much frightened. Superintendent William B. Stearns, who has charge of the gate house, yelled to them ho would save them, butllallln isprang out of the boat. Hardly was Hallln in the water when Elt-holm Jumped courageously to save him. lOkliolm could .^wlrn, but the current v.'as so powerful as this point that he could not hold hlH own. Just iiH Hallln disappeared under the gate house, hlkholm reached the stone abutment, and clinging by his fingers to the crevices in the roclcs, managed to keep himself from being swept through until Mr Stearns and his as-Klstant came to his rescue. They let the end of a ladder down to hhn, and by its means pulled him up. Tlie boat, sail, oars and all disappeared In the terrible whirlpool that circled under the gatehouse, and in a few seconds appeared on the soutli side of the gateliouiie, and bottom side up, wont down tlie eaiial. The only trace of Hallln tliat could be seen was the unfortunate man's hat, as It floated down the canal, but la in anticipated that his body will bo found tonight, as the water is drawn from the canal. The drowm^d man was^an employe of the Manchester mills, and a bright, intelligent young man. ite was poKKCHHCd of the best of habits, a member of tho Swedl.sh Lutheran church, and tlie senior past chief templar of Monitor fodge of Good Templars. lie has an aunt in this city and a father and mother in Sweden. HOW THBi BOARD WAS HUNG. It was KlKBod with Chains and Weighed 3000 Pounds. HRhSTOL, K I, Aug l�-T)ie Ooddont which Iniiipenod to the Vigilant today at the Needles is an tiecurrenre which toldoin haiipojis, but Kuoh a thing was possible with Vigiliint. llor natural draft is 14 feet a�d the depth of the ceiitei'biinrd is 10 feet altogetlier, with two feet of it in tlio centerboard casing tor leverage. Wlicii lowered down to its uornial position and alHo at its lowest point II gives the N'igilart a dnifl ot -yz feet. The X'itriiiint'.s cruilerhoard wa^ cuii-siruclod of two tough bronze plato.�i. between which wete a niinilier ot liraoes ahoiit a foot aiKirt. Tlieso were iiolted to-,'etlier with a preimrat ion of cenieut tilled nie the .'ipaeeb, wl.'ieli niaketi the eaiiter. poaid weigh a little more than .'1000 poiinifs. 'ihe board was rlgtred with chains at eaeli etui and motoj tin and down by a patent attaeiiuieat.. When tlie center. iMiard wa:i lowered it nttivetl evenly, instead of swingiiu'; on a liiiiu'e aecortllng to the ohi-fa.sliioiied \ray. and two foot of it wore kept in the t.a.'-iiu^. When not in u-e tliu centeriioard rested on an iron iiiii, which was litted thrmigh the lorwaru luii-r of the casing and this pin pidhahly gave (mi. It will nil iluiihi lake ttireo or four weeks to lenair the ihiiiiatre and the season then will lie almost over. It Is Not What We Say l-Uit what Hooti's .Sarsapritilla does that tells the story. The great volume Ol evi.-icntc in tiic form of unpurchased, voluntary tesliiiionials prove that g Saraa- Be Sure to/^UJ-gg _Ge(^Ho(.^dV. ^ae^ "V^^^^^ hood's Piti� i'ta*- i'ni.itiiii ootisiii.Mlon. MEttRIMAC, Aug IS-The state polloS have taken charge of the murder ot Henry E. Crosby, and are now looking for a farm hand employed by Jacob T. Crosby during the summer, and who left his employ Aug G. The clews are slight and scant. No one saw the faces of the burglars and murderers, and no one recognized the voices of any of them In the threats and commands made by them. That at least one of the trio of men was aociualnted with the farm premises is tho strongest evidence in the possession ot the police, and with that point in view they are looking for Frank Little. It is supposed that Little Is the only living person outside the family ot Jacob Crosby who knew a shot gun was kept on a rough shelf over the stalls ot the horses In the barn, yet when Mr Crosby ran for this gun, after the burglars had entered the house, lb was missing. The first attempt of the burglars ta enter the house was made at a windowl ot the sleeping room of Mr and Mrs Crosby. When the burglars retreated after firing the shots which killed Henry B. Crosby, they went through the fields, where they could strilte a cart path that would bring them again to the maia road, some distance below the house, and thereby avoid any people who mlghti bo going there along the main road. The burglars left nothing material be-� hind them which might lead to theln identification. They took eight cents in money and ai human life. Tho scene of the murder Is a farm oal tho main road from Merrlmac to Haver-, hill, about a, mile from the center of tha town. Fi'ontlng on tho road, and set back leas than 20 feet from the street line, is tha farm house of Jacob T, Crosby. I-lo l.i n prosperous fsirmer, well known and came from Maine IC years ago. He has a wife and five ehfldran, tha oldest a boy of 111, and the youngest 3 months. The family retired later than usual last night, as tho little baby was peev-. Ish. They left it lamp burning In thet, Gontlnuoci on the Fifth Patte. For the Stomacli Bowels Lungs And Nerves As a Preventive And Curative Of Serious Illnesses Sanford's Qingei* Is Worth Its Weight JLn Gold Guntalnmi! nmonfi Itt Imn-eillents tti� tmn0 of Dicillcliial Frencli tiriinily amt (he lieut of Imported pliiger, IL Ib TiiBtly nuperlor to Uie cheap, wortlile03^ aaid often dangerous glngerfl urgect at, lubstituteft Ask tur S.VNKOltD'S OINOF.kand look lor out trailC'iiiark tui the wrapiier. Sold ftYerywherft, roTTliK DlH!� it Oil KU. Conr., Boitotu_ Will bring af. interests I. OO per rear, llxpeufleil for one ten-iu nt tUe It will yield 8400 the tlrst ye.ir. yisit,>ri u-tfU-oiiie. Pri'^yfciuj^ /'rca. 694 Waehiugton St., Cor, Knei'iaaci St., Bosten. Or otbers wlBhiag to sell er ln�rrow $200 or niiTf ou les:aclL'd or uiulivUU',1 part ot fcttj real .�ilate 111 Huston; 0'> .'liars''' f'^i foiisultallua, 1ft-foriuullon or iitiuatlun. Api..y iu pei.-ua oulv. no U'tters alis'.>,':'fd, to U 11. .\LLES. ifa Court �t. roiuj .;i2. SuTTiiSl tl� �oll rSimrn:tla, tixy Uu;.k:l, Iiivoii-.o '* Or.ler F. W. Barry 108 WaatmistoB Cor. KUuafc 525974 7993 04
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