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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - September 20, 1895, Boston, Massachusetts                                In Next TRY A WANT SUNDAYS GLOBE And see the results that you will Results Talk You can get them from a want ad in NEXT SUNDAYS VOL FRIDAY SEPTEMBER PRICE TWO Silk Mixed WORSTEDS Fall Overcoats Oar Fall Overcoats are now in and at the popular price of Twenty Dollars we are prepared to shoiv such an extensive variety as will inahe satisfactory choice a hard silk mixed and coverts in darh steels and with Mack clay worsteds and rough faced fabrics are repre These garments are thoroughly hiyh botJiexterior and interiorf and have been made up by our vustoniworJcmen dur ing the dull NOTEAt Twelve and Fifteen Dollars we have a well selected stock of Mens Fall Overcoats for travelling and busi ness MANUFACTURING CLOTHIERS Sept 19For New England Fair and warmer with in creasing1 southerly winds rain on Sat For eastern New York Fair and warmer and probably showers on Saturday south erly CONTENTS OF TODAYS GLOBE Page board hauled over the coals In the common Chickamaugu battlefield dedicated as a national with speeches by vet eran Two more police Three men charged with killing Thomas Rotchford Second day of the Atlanta Pave Meeting to consider plans for improv ing the financial condition of Carney International race for 15footers will be palled Knights of Pythias celebrate at New Spanish warship lost with many County Commissioner Read talks about the court Second days session of New England National convention of state insur ance commissioners at Mackinnc Talk of HarvardYale game is all In the air at Suicide of Edward Slyney of Machinery and brass molders strike in Bordeauxs exhibition buildings Dedham beats Hlnghaxn liadly at polo on Karlsteln PIXBC Trial of accused Cubans Prospects of the American and Eng lish athletes who will compete tomor Plot to kill Currant foiled by the PBBC Boston beats New York Cleveland and Philadelphia Fall River beats Newport in the four cornered league Ram Katahdln here to get ready for official Trotting at Rhode Island state fair brings out good Page Politics sizzling in j Porte Hewing and Parke Hew ins charged with fraud and mismanage Career of the late Isaac Everson of Providence lowest bidder on section 2 of the New Jersey republicans nominate Griggs for Puice Roxbury preachers wife found sus picious letter in his clothes he Is not at Reunion of 4th Massachusetts cavalry association at Irving presents King Arthur at Cyclone sweeps Wisconsin Death of Edmund one of The Globes old and a former resi dent of at No bonds will be issued just yet other Washington Page Career of Rev John Thomas who will be ordained to the priesthood in Wakefield Saturday Pa Be Real estate Italians will celebrate their Indepen dence day Reception on the Leyland freighter Pntse Body of Mrs Abbie Hllltard found near Klttcry Paee Important auction sales of horses and Page Gillett for chairman of resolutions committee other political Steamship Edam but no lives About loss to the North packing company three fire alarms End of the Acushnet ferry Mr Hudson of Chelsea wants an an swer from the Globe Continues to Get Police Contents of Report of Two Watches by the Dozen are Two Tickers Lost by Arthur Bushel of Plated Silver Ware Reported as tache and wore a light overcoat and biown The home of Walter Davis at 5 Kllmore was entered by thieves on They took every thing of value that they The property is described gray chin chilla a blue a dark black sack a gray check frock a brown and black plaid black a pair black cheviot a pair of black diagonal trous ers and a black cardigan The store oC was also entered anil worth of cigars and In money were From Jesse some one stole a luuul bag containing two white a pair of a pair of a black ulster and some other From the express wagon of Herman Rlehgstpr i package of dress was From James South a thief took a pink silk waist and some other Kisser reports the stealing of a black diagonal coat and a razor and other Rotchfords Assailants in the Fatal Action Was in Locnl For Boston and Friday Fair rising southwest The Temperature as indicated by the thermometer at Thompsons spa Sam Gam a m 12 m 3 p m 6pm 9 p m 12 mid average temperature yesterday 61 The Weather Unless local thunder storms fair weather will probablyprevail Satur day and also Sunday winds In peace to is the desideratum of weary body and tired Sleep comes easily to one who lies down upon such piece of furniture as this FilUienrith in icidc coiiluroif ajlew ctndbeautiful in trimmed with all si eel springs and xpring comfortable and price only Other Couches from to IN GOODS KOE THK THE WE EASY CREDIT IF DESIEED JJJJEB ItELIVJSIiy at residences within 1O jnllrH of OKI etore and freight allowed within 1OO Reliable House 1077 WASHINGTON Mear Dover 1077 I Solo Makers of the I PLIMPTON SOFA Dont be Poolish and take some other ti brand of condensed thinking It is juct gooa the GAILBORDEN EAGLE BRAND Three Men Took Diamond Stud of All St Carries If you want to sell real estate to rent your house to get a partner to hire more help to sell your business or to sell or rent bring in your Want for next Sundays SECOND PAY At Georgia Editors Have Their Day at the Exposition and Fireworks Finish the Sept was Georgia editors day at the exposition and they were present nearly 200 The editors assembled in the audl this morning at 10 when speeches were made by officers of the exposition and of the Georgia state press Tonight the grounds were brilliantly and one of the most elaborate spectacular presentations ever made was Nearly 1000 people took part In the which was an exact reproduction of the storming of The immense searchlight of the gov ernment small searchlights on machinery and electric buildings and the giant fountain in the midst of the lake were In full and the exposi tion park presented brilliant Notwithstanding the many sharp lec tures which the captains of tlie various police divisions of Boston and its sub urbs had of lato from Supt of Police Benjamin and the many calldowns which the 700 finest have had at roll call almost every the secret which contains the daily doings of the criminal Unites to become public Today The Globe prints a tlon of its serial which it etarted somo weeks The story starts wheni Tho Globes last exclusive left and makes known the contents of the mani folds published Tuesday and Wednes They contain no startling but is plenty that petty thiev breaking and and other crimes are occurring Capt Wescott of the Joy st according to Wednesdays Is looking for a Frenchman by the nama of Emanuel it is stole from Arthur Russell on Tuesday in a silver hunting casa Waltham a silver hunting cage Swiss watch with silver chain a light gray overcoat ami and a pair of dark Serpen Is de scribed as 28 years 5 feet G inches weighing 135 of light com heavy light and wearing light gray clothes and soft From the Colby wringer company thief on a dozen table a dozen two dozen knives and and a dozen dessert all silver plated and William A robbery which occurred on Aug 28 is also brought to light by Tuesdays On that date some one stole from 23 Avon 14 table GO 68 coffee IB forks and 45 all silver plated and marked Beside this 27 plated teaspoons marked with 4 hound were A thief entered the store of John South and stole a 32 caliber a Etc may mean that the thieves got more than the police wish to From George Emerson the manifold thief took two boxes of A pocket book containing stands on the record after the name of Miss Bes sie Stolen from Elizabeth in is another record which shows that pickpockets are Mrs Slocum lost an alligator skin pocket book containing In money and Walter Eddy lost a black crochet bag containing William Daly has reported to Capt Warren of division 4 that he fell vic tim to three men at the South end When he made their acquaintance he hod a threecarat diamond but they lifted it with One of the known as was about 37 years had red hair and light mus lycad pipe if the manifold of the past two weeks tells the havo had a lead pipe cinch in Just at this when hot water Is an essential In the a theft of this kind places a In a bad pre In the majority of cases the lead pipe is stolen from unoccupied but in several Instances while the ounipaiits wero away on a visit for i day or so thieves have entered and done their The latest case of this kind is at II Buckingham This property Is owned by George Very recently thieves entered the building and did a Job of which any plumber would have been Not so much as a pound of lead Is left In the and even the dirt occasioned by the removal of the pipe was carefully cleaned All of this class of stolen properly is disposed of at junk Many such men have been arrested there In the The epidemic of missing people con There are four new some of which have been reported In the pa From 2S Margaret North JjCuis Blume has been missing since He Is described as 21 earn 5 feet 9 dark dark coat and light In the West end Benjamin 12 years Is He Is I feet 10 Inches weighs 76 lias dark complexion and wore a sack coat of mixed Charles Smith has been missing from 2 Poplar st since He IM 3S years has light ISO pounds and wore dark clothes and a derby Mary Is missing from BronIey She wore a plaid blue wrapper and a black bonnet with purple Two boys ran away from their homes In and It is thought that they came to The name of of the boys Is Murdock tlie other ono is Mackenzie Is I years small for his has dark gray short knee trousers and blue Tuesdays manifold contained five thefts Here are the losers James North a gold hunting case North a gold hunt ing case keystone watch and Josephine a gate hunting case watch with a on the George West a silver stem winder watch and a gold with ball for Bartholomew a gold open faced with a B on the The city of according lo Ihc same has a it is be lleved that the watch was sold In Bos Its number Is With it wa taken a plated chain and a gold charn bearing Masonic and Odd Fellow em At Littleton a gold lumtlngcnse watcl and a silver openfaced together with a large quantity of were The police of Boston are look ing for the On the manifold published Wednes day Cross Is mentioned as a loser through a thief of a silver huntingcase with a hound engraved on the outside Its number is Reaidon of Brighton reports a gold openfaced watch and In silvei were stolen from while Roblnsoi Moore of Brighton mourns a goli openfaced So They All Claimed to the POLICE NOW GIVE OUT NEWS It Has No Equal ON DOVER Eleven Men that it Means a Quarter Hour in Considerable complaint has been made of late at station 5 in regard to the loafers and beggars on that portion of Dover st lying between Harrison av and Washington Last night Sergt Daly left the station with a squad of men In civilian Before reaching Dover st he divided his sending half of his men through to Harrison The others were led into Dovejst from the Wash ington st and both sections came together midway between the thorough Eleven men were gathered Into their drag The patrol wagon was summoned and the 11 were glveira ride to the Dedlmm st where they were booked upon the charge of violating a city ordinance by obstructing the Several of the men claimed that they were simply waiting for their WOMEN VOTERS Addresses Made by South Boston Clergy men to 300 of A mass meeting of women voters of South Boston was held last in the 4th st Baptist corner of Iand East 4th City Miss Ada Frlsbee and fully 300 women were Remarks were made by Miss president of the South Boston Rev Wood of the City Point Rev George of St Matthews Episcopal Rev former pastor pf the Fourth Baptist and Miss Mary Several vo cal selections were rendered by John Mrs Rankln and by the STOPPED THE We can fiirnlsli your lioniio comjilute ana draw but lightly on your PARLOR CHAMBER per week COMFORTABLE per week per week CHEAPER gat NEW CARPETS Per Week Than to wear yonraolf out Sweeping old A11 Depot Our TERMS OF SI Deposit on and per Deposit on and per Deposit on and per Deposit on and per Deposit on and per Eomei famished complete and goods sent to any part of New England on tame eaay ROBINSON 140 Washington and 1 Dock Some of Yesterdays Thefts Put on Their Reporters Sneak thieves and lodging hoiisi thitves are still gettingin I heir worl in various parts of the as tliu fol lowing cases reported by the police las night will show Mrs George Hamlln of Ijl lluveilcil lijast reported that some time In the afternoon her trunk hac been opened and the following property stolen Slxteenyarcls of silk dress goods a black a fur a silver nnpltli ring marked four night robes a black sutiu a black silk quiR ed a red an outing wrap per and live sets of undergarments an a silver coffin plate marked Susie J age 1 year and three Continued on the Mcooiid By the recent death of Klias I Hunnewell the old and wellknowi firm of Hunnewell there disappears from the mercantile com munity a man who for many years hac occupied a highly honorable position This firm had long carried on a busi ness in upholstery and kindred good of the highest and among oldest and most capable salesmen wa Since the death of Hunnewell Loveys has associated himsel with John Co of 658 Washinglon opposite Boyl ston and any business friends o customers of his will henceforth be abli to avail themselves of his taste am skill through his connection with tin upholstery department of Pray POLAND SPRING Ml AOSTKEWRtB Patronage and The Poland Spring House Hcliled tbrougli out with slonm liiut and ope flrft gtvini evury nfftnd tiy an city hotel will remain open until KICKER dc Boston 175 Devonshire St John Campbell Threw the First Clew Came from a Woman Who Was Mystery of Homicide is Now Hal Left on Scene fils Head of Franl The time Somervillo men under ar rest uiion the charge of causing Ihe death of Thomas alias Frank In front of 17 Prospect on the night of and Frank Campbell nnd Owen I were put through a searching exami nation at station lute yesterday after The men wore laken Into cotts private olllce one by one by spe cial policeman and closely John Campbell was the first one to lo ho said that It was he who throw Ihe fatal He that tho brick was thrown In self defense and was not thrown until after Hotch ford had thrown bricks at himself and his Frank Campbell and lugan also ac knowledged having been concerned li the and made practically th same statement as did Campbell They also claimed that Rotchford flrs threw bricks at The men will be arraigned In the municipal when they wll probably waive examination and tholi cases will go to Ihe superior John Campbell is 25 years a mllli wagon and lives at 31 Chauncej his is and lives at I men Dugan is a fruit pedler and lives at Hi Charles all being res dents of What clews there and they wero very were very On the night of July 21 Rotchford was fatally Sometime about mldnlgh three men rant he boll of 17 Prospec where Rotchford Mould a woman well known In the dls opened the door In i chnln on the door preventing Its opened more than a few Peering out Into the she saw three What do you want she Open the door We want to get In Go away You cant get in here She tried to close the but one o the men put his foot In the opening and prevented her doing Then he put al of his strength against It and the doo flew wide Monica screamed loudU for and who was ui stairs at the ran down to her as The three men wore then standing on All appeared to be undo the influence of Uotchford selxec two of one after the am pitched them off the steps Into th These two Monica Harry alleges were the Campbell Franl is angry at tl harsh treatment he had in vlted Hotchford out Into street and a rough and tumble light It is claimed that the other two men on seeing that Campbell was gettint the worst of jumped on Holclifon and punished him He did no give and clung to Frank succeeding after a while in throwliij him to the Then seeing the position of hi and fearing that harm wouli be done it Is alleged by tho po ran across the street to a pile o seizing hurled It a Their it is i based on a statement by the Barry The brick struck on th forehead and rendered him uncoil fracturing the Then th three men ran One left his ha near the scene of the It i olalm of the police that the ha belonged to Frank Down Stanlford and Causeway st til men followed by Mary Morrl who lived in the next house and wh witnessed the whole She fo lowed until the men disappeared in th The last she saw of them was when they turned the corner of Causeway going toward Charleslowu In the meantime Rotchiord had been taken into the house and two doctors A glance told them that he probably would never recover conscious He lingered until Tuesday morn July when he The affair was kept secret until Rotchfords The police knew nothing of It until Tuesday when It was reported to Capt Inspector Abbott of polico headquar ters and policeman Magulre were de tailed on the They obtained de scriptions from the but the delay occasioned in reporting the light blocked They went to work Some days ago the first substantial clew came to the Whllo Capt the liquor squad and police man Murray wero conducting an invea HAULED OVER Police Board TongueLashed in the Common Termed a and Members Asserted to be Seeking News paper End and Beacon Hill Poorly Heroes Gather on Field of Dedicate as a Park the Battle Rennited Sous Show Respect for Last nights meeting of the common council will go down in the history 805 as one ot full of ginger from the ami marked by what might termed a warm roast on the pollen commissioners of Two orders were introduced which brought forth lively mid one Irate councilman declared that tho netropolitan board of police was a lumbug and that Boston could never mve any adequate police protection it was again under the control of the The pet scheme of Gen Milltin for disposing ot liquor licenses by unction was one of the subjects an order having been introduced by Coun cilman Lane in referenei to It was as follows That the board of police commissioners be requested LO transmit to this council at their earli est convenience their opinion on the advisability of unil probable revenue from a system oC disposing of the ad ditional liquor licenses granted ouch year by public to lie held under such restrictions as to locality and re sponsibility as they might Councilman Dunn of South Boston was on feet In an instant and moved that the order be indefinitely Councilman Conry aaid he did not like the stand taken with regard to the of tho litiuor licenses by Ho said there were a stated number of icensea given out at stated intervals at a price prescribed by but there were certain men who had very pe culiar ideas with regard to the sale ot1 Oni oC ho was cou ntclod with the police and ho did not think It a of the business of tho common council to humor Tho greater part of the people of ho are Hatlsfled with Ihe law as it and ho did not think that tho best sentiment of tho city was in favor of selling the licenses by Mr Lane defended his that it was introduced simply for In ha said It Is an open secret that In tho bestowal of the of this city there wen nu merous complaints of wire pulling and Every council man In this chamber personally or by There are even counollincn here who have trljd eUhei for friends or and they ought to know the weakness of tho present Tho final vote resulted In tho Indefi nite postponement of the order 31 to Tho next thrashing was given to the commissioners when the of po lice protection on Beacon 11111 and at tho Wtst end wug brought Councllman Alaguire of ward 10 was the author of an order which oallod forth much unfavorable comment on the administration of the present po lice The order was as follows That tho board of police bo requested to Investi gate tho reports recently published in the dally papers regarding assaults and robberies committed at night on Bea con to consider whether the po lice protection in that section of tho city is If to report to this body at Us next meeting what action said board proposes to take in order to supply the Councilman Magulre recalled assaulta committed on Beacon Hill during the past few and especially within the past few The complaints were getting so numerous that he came to the conclusion that something should be He called at station 3 on Joy st a short time ago to find out whether it was really the fault of the present foice or whether it was too small to cover the district in a proper He was informed by Copt Westcott that at least VI additional policemen were He believed there was something radically wrong in the police management when Beacon Hill was so poorly He was walking through hi common some time ago during the evening and found a number of men asleep on tho He thought there was somu thing wrong when this state of affairs was allowed to He hoped that some definite Information In rlatlon to the subject would be recelvd from the police commlssloiicTS next were a great many faults with the po lice The he ordering men weighing over 200 pounds to leave their bed for the purpose ot especially those 35 years of age and They did that In their young er They should get their proper as any other person The police instead of attending to tholr own am running after newspaper notoriety and everything with them is to produce a big The metropolitan board of police Is a and wo can nover get any satisfaction until our force Is controlled jy the Councilman Rclcly was In favor of the passage of the I he lhat the line of one of tho new commissioners a wholly taken up by the duties of a lewer commissioner at The general occupies much of Ime In drilling the men in galling sin Ho has a wrong Idea of the parts of the city that needs In South Boston we IHIVO more po Icemen than we There are no houses in the and tho people are very and they never go on the street with anything more dangerous than a The board should be com posed of people who know the needs of the citizens of The order was then passed unani II was Pros OBriens painful duty during Hie meeting to Inform tho mem bers that an opinion had boon rendered by he corporation counsel lo tho effect no mure bills for carriages 01 lunches could bo and they should govern themselves Councilman Edward Fields of ward 20 offered tho following resolution for many years Idle me chanlcs and lubortvs had the prlv ilege of standing in tho vicinity of Me chanlcs exchange order lhat thej might solicit employment from tho me oluinlcs attending the and many non members of such found I convenient to employ their help ther to such an extent that It had become general meeting place of tho contractor and workmen of Boston and vlclnltj greatly to the advantage of there fore be It That In the opinion of th common the privilege shouli be That It Is no obstruction to public and that allowing tin oontraelojs to stand their refusing the laborers their re shows an unjust dlscrlmlnatloi between capital It was unanimously Continued on tlie Third Councilman of the AVest enc was of the same opinion as Councilman Magulre that there was something At the West end numerous eases of mid even murders are being and no one brought Justice for the The Alborta Stewart case was an examph lie and he would not be surprlset If the cast was pigeonholed at police ho said the manner in which lives and property art protected Is a 1 went over to the West end one and at i oclocl I stood at the corner of Joy and Cam bridge sts lo watch the second half of oflicers leave the station for their There were just six officers to entire district for that half ot the There 1C routes on sta tion One officer covered from Han over st to the Charles and tha is too much of a route for one man to It Is a wonder there are not more murders on account of the footpads that are haunting the place a Councilman Conry said that there In Early Fall There Is danger to health lu the sud den changes of and from the disease germs which result from decaying The systen needs to be invigorated and the bloot kept pure in order to resist these in The best blood purifier and building up medicine is Hoods Sarsaparilla It makes rich red gives a vig orouB stimulates the dlges tive builds up tb Hoods Pills act harmoniously with Hoods The minority report of Alderman Fol a member of thu committee on pub lie In relation to placing tho Insane of Hie city under the contra of a board of was read and uo On inollon ot Air Fields of ward M th resolution and order accompanying th report were assigned to thu next meet Tho resolution recommends Hiut th care of the Insane be placed In chars of a board of experienced physicians and that the mayor whoeve hu may place In charge of thu publl Institutions to if fo the cure ot the as recomrnendei by the aforesaid medical a far us he may consistently under th present The order was that the mayor be re quested to the general court a Its next session for such legislation i might be necessary to place the now In charge of the commissioners o public Institutions under the care an management of a special board of trus A communication from the trannl submitting an estimate Continued on tlio Slxtli Unlike the others Tobacco will not give or Bite your Best and as it is made from the Finest and is a Long EloquenceFlowedfrom Many Bay States Governor Clusnd Lustily by Vice Pres Stevenson Had Chair of Spaten Were HOMj and Lonptreet Sept an Interval i2 tho blue and the gray today again met around tho cres cent of Snodgrass on the battle Hold of not as amid tho mist and leaden hall which marked those dreadful days of making the conlllct tho moat disastrous in Its casualties to those concerned which history Under one a reunited de voted to tlie advancement and prosper ity of one common tho veteran foenieii of a third of a century ago met today to dedicate as a national park tha ground made sacrod by tho blood of heroes who fought at their Chattanooga was early and all the morning the various roads to ths ChlckamaiiKa Held with ve carrying wouldbe spectators of the dedication A belt line of railroads was organized for the occa and by that agency It was rnado possible for tho groat crowd of visitors to roach tho The exercises were held In an Immense stand built near the observation tower on Snod grass the center of ths deadly opening day Bctldes the federal Including Sees Herbert and Postmaster General Atty Gen Harmon congressmen there were the following governors of some of them accompanied by their staffs and members ot tlie commissions from tho several states appointed to act with the national commission In locating monu ments and markers Ala bama Georgia IllinoisClaude In diana Kansas Massachusetts Michigan Nebraska New Jersey Mor New York Ohio ConlluutMl on 1lie Seventh A SOCIAL Games form an important fixture la the household calendar during sum mer and winter They are twica as enjoyable with a specially con structed game With a little ingenuity we have pro duced a delightful study and game table which gives no indication of its being anything more than an ordi nary parlor so that it may be used in either capacity as It Is constructed the usual box frame in at regular are drawers for The drawers may be used for domi ao that these will always be at hand when The table is just the right size and height from the It is finely constructed of solid oak with richly carved We frame It so that there is very little obstruction to the free movement of the feet beneath the We place it very low price on this Paine Furniture 48 Canal EVENING COMERS EVENING SESSIONS open for Both year Superior individual tion In Feunuuuhlp Business Arithmetic and or wad far 666 Washington St Boston   

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