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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - August 5, 1896, Boston, Massachusetts CAMPAIGN UAT 1 Free with next Sundays Globe eMnmmnnimnuuniiiuiHiiiiiiiiuiiiuiitniiiniiiiiiiii GLQBE WANT ADS Get the largest cir culation apd bring the best VOL WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1896TEN PRICE TWO OLD FRIENDS ARE Although we will not stickle at a new straw at this season are inclined to ad vise cau tion when it comes to discriminating be tween old and new ITS THE SAME WAY with your pipe and You know all about the old pipe briar wood or meerschaum and you either have an in timate acquaintance with the good old or else have known it by reputa tion for many a Stick to DOUGLAS Hand Sewed 100 Styles and Widths in Vici Kid and We guarantee Fit and Service equal to any shoe in the Dont pay high prices any Come and see for We make and sell through our own Stores more Shoes for than any other manufacturer in the You pay only one profit and get the benefit of a Special priced developed to the highest degree by the most skilled workmen in this All one 572 Washington 12 City Hall 33 Green LITTLE TILLIE HUMPHREY Was Abducted from Worcester a Week Ago and Was Found by Policeman Johnson in Tlllle the 5yearold child abducted from the home of David In a week ago to was found In late yester day The child is again in the home of Mr been restored to her foster parents by the Friday a day after Mr Smith had been in and though aided by the West end had failed to locate John son had positive Information that Lucy the childs whom It is alleged stole the came tothis He got track of her Saturday af but when he called at the ad dress furnished he found that Mrs Humphrey had gone Yesterday afternoon the policeman Wint to a tenement house on Harrison took possession of the child and started back to Worcester CONTENTS OF TODAYS 6LODL Mrs Charles a young married woman of chloroformed on the street and thrust into a carriage es caped from abductors but was seriously Injured In Little Tlllle abducted from in Mr McKims intended gift to a statue by is in New but may never come to this Three fatal and several serious acci dents In Boston Harvo and who left New York In a reach Negro cook on Portland brig Henry B Cleaves killed by mate during mutiny off San Man bicyclist and woman friend In jured at Long Herberts changed plans a mys Harvards football goes to Pngrc Cleveland beats Chicago by timely hit ting Washington loses to New York and Louisville to Boston league team beats Brockton and Pawtucket wins Good crowd at the opening days races at Old Orchard Retina distanced Madeline Dexter K and Veta the Two houses in saturated with and one of them burned to the PBKC Opening of the Center Harbor tennis tournament New York yacht club has pleasant run from Huntington harbor to New Lon Baton wins tho twomile professional indoor bicycle race at Miss wins in class A at golf tournament at Manchester Mrs Richardson first In class Lioness Basso gives birth to four cubs on a roof Pasc Result of reapportlonment of state representative Democrats nominate Hon Edward Staples of Biddeford to oppose Speaker Reed for Hon John Sullivan to have charge of the democratic campaign during Judge Corcorans Pane Charles in the board makes flght on a street loan but It goes through notwithstanding his plain Hopeful reports made to Bryan anJ McKinley latest from the Alabama St Augustines picnic at Hlgh Mystery surrounds death John Carroll In the Somerville hospital had fractured skull and Picnic of the consolidated lodges of the order of St George raided for Rev Sam Jones sermon at Asbury Locomotive on New York express dis abled at Machine Sole Fasteners union answer Mr Plants Entries for todays running races at Brighton Beach Fuse Attempted murder and suicide in New Rudyard Kipling In Gloucester Pnge Banks protecting the Chi cago Real estate Interview with Col Stephen Nlck erson on the money Three men held in for the grand charged with stealing from Page Work of the 1st regiment at fort War Page Important auction sales of horses and Pace End of the convention of labor men at Suicide of Fred Tuttle of at Bergen L Order to use nipre adjustable desks of a certain make raises a row In the school committee George Fred Williams speaks at Wo Police board appoints 39 reserve pa trolmen and dismisses patrolman Jelll son from the Mrs Frank Sawyer of Lynn leaves her Harvo and Samuelson Reach They Left New York on June Driven Northward to the not to permit employes who are In the classified service to perform the duties of officers Or places which are not In the classified A violation of these he will result In the abolishment of offices not in the classified HE DEMANDED Former Treasury Clerk Called Upon Trees Morgan Wanted His Claim Settled at Aug a evidently of unsound called on U S Treas Morgan today and demanded as payment of a claim he had against the Mr Morgan engaged the man In con while a messenger called a treasury who removed him from the Markle was formerly a clerk In the record division of the war He lost his place several years Encountered a Heavy Gale July Boat Struck by Sea and Gap Throwing Them Both are in Good Health and Weather c faieJ from Their ml After BOTH WEREJJIN Kittie Mitchell and George Jacobs Seri ously Injured While Bicycling at Long LONG N Aug 4Mlss Kittle Mitchell and George both guests at the Ocean were run over and seriously injured today while They both live in New They left ihc Ocean house about 4 oclock for a short ride on their and were in near Grand when William Pierce of the Branchport stage line drove up behind In turning out to go by the strtick Miss Mitchells throwing her to the asphalt In trying to save was also One wheel of the stage passed over his while the oft horse planted a hoof squarely on his left Miss Mitchells left ankle was dislo besides being otherwise She was carried Thomas restau and Dr Goodnough was sum Later she was removed to her room at the Ocean MacMonnies Bacchante Objected Mr McEim Intended It as a Twas to Stand in the Public YOUNG WIFE But Marble Curves Are Too So the Laughing Hoyden May be Sent Somewhere Mrs Charles Gay Chloroformed and Thrust Into Two Young Men Boldly Seized Her on a Street in Cambridge and Forced Her Into the From Which She Seri ously Injuring Before Her Annie Soule of South Struck William OGonneli on the He Lived Only About Thirty Statue Won Admiration of French husband and 10 THE Wo supply 1ay iJown A BIS any kind ot a need In house And Have ONE DOLLAR One of onr REFRIGERATORS One of onr FIRSTCLASS RANGES per week One of onr BABY CARRIAGES per week One of onr PARLOR SUITS per week One of onr CHAMBER SETS per week One of em EASY CHAIRS per weak One of our COUCHES 91 per week One of our HANDSOME CARPETS per week The nbovo special terms tor thirty j Everything to Furnish a j Illustrated mall 4 free at ROBINSON Wnehlngtou Adorns nod Doclr Depot Oari fun Our Aug for Wednesday For New V e r mont Massa increasing probably followed b y local showers i n d s shifting to norther ly For Rhode Island and fair southwesterly becoming va riable cooler Wednesday For eastern New fair during the with local showers at night cooler by Wednesday night winds shifting to Local Partly cloudy to probably lo cal westerly to north westerly The Temperature as indicated by the thermometer at Thompsons spa Sam 6am 8 a m 12 m 3pm 6pm 9 p m 12 mid aftrerage temperature yesterday The Weather The weather in New England will be partly cloudy to cloudy Thursday and and showers may occur Thurs day afternoon or with rising temperature winds but mostly Services of aVagrant Aug services of Lawrence a white were sold at public auction In Ellzabethtown yesterday for The sale was for nix and John Cecil paid The auction was under an old but Is very Luoky Baldwin an SAN Aug Thomas OBrien was nominated for congress and Lucky Baldwin for alternate presidential elector by the 4th congres sional district republican convention last Aug details were published today of the adventurous voyage qf Harvo and Samuelson in the rowboat which reached Scllly last Harvo reports that they left New York at B p June and proceeded under oars with variable weather until June when they sighted the North German Lloyd steamer Fuerst bound to New the master of the vessel offered to take them back but they Owing to strong winds they were driven northward to the banks of New and July 1 they spoke the schooner Leader and requested the master to report them all July 7 they encountered a heavy gale from the and had great difficulty tn keeping the boat the sea con tinually breaking on keeping one of them The gale continued with more or less force until 9 p m of July when a heavy sea struck and capsized the throwing them into the After a few minutes they succeeded In righting her and getting on board and balling her All their cooking signal lights and several other articles which were not lashed to the boat were After tha accident they suffered se verely from the having to remain in their wet Shortly afterward the weather moder and the wind continuing they proceeded On July 15 they boarded the Norwegian bark from Suebec for and were sup plied with water and and when about 400 miles west of on July they spoke the Nor wegian from Halifax for and obtained from her small supply of bread and Both men are In good health and look weather beaten by long They pulled two oatrs of sculls during the and at night kept watch of three and a half hours one man pulling while the other man Julian Mutiny on Portland Henry Off San Porto Resulted In the Killing of One Aug was received herd today of the killing of a man at sea on the Portland brig Henry B The information comes from Capt The affair occurred oft San on the Island of Porto nearly two months The Cleaves left this city for Baltimore two months where she took a On the way out from that city trouble began to brew between the mate and During a row the a negro whose home Is in followed by the tried to kill the The latter snatched up an iron with which ho struck the who fell through an open and after being taken to a hospital lived one The crew have all been ironed and will be taken to where they will probably be arraigned within a few HERBERT CHANGES HIS Instead of Inspecting Navy He Will Sail for Possibly Accom panied by a Aug Interest was displayed at the navy de partment at the report that Sec Herbert has decided suddenly to cut short his proposed tour of navy yards Inspection on the official yacht and to sail for Europe next No confirm ation of the report can be secured this It has been the gossip here for several months that Mr Herbert was engaged to be and It is rumored now that he may be accompanied by a bride on hla European Mr Herbert telegraphed today that he would reach Washington and would sail probably in the afternoon for the north with his daughter and naval aid The Dolphin has arrived at the navy She came here under orders to take the secretary away on a four weeks tour of embracing all the principal naval stations from Ches apeake bay to Bar f hat Clairman Prince Says of tie LAWN NOT But Disciples of Kneipp Not Even Allowed That in New NEW Aug 4The following letter was sent to the president of the board of park commissioners today Dear Sir The members of the of New York beg of you to be kind enough to desig nate for them a convenient spot on the lawns of one of our public parks where the adherents and disciples of the Kneipp cure are permitted to walk barefoot In the early dawn or in the evening on the Many members of our society com plain that when they attempt to take this most healthy of all exercises they are confronted with the prohibitory Keep off the what we want is to get on the and especially when It Is Yours re Henry President of the New 42 Bond FIERCE FOREST The most ingenious contriv ance you AcampaignHat ever suitable for Democrats or publicans Free with next Sun days Tell your friends about Sun Cholera For DIARRHOEA A most Effectual Preventive of Cholera and Cholera Not a Secret A By PREPARED ONUY BY THEODORE HETCALF Michigan ii Again Seine and Farmers Are SAULT STB Aug 4 Muoh damage is being done by forest flros In this Yesterday after noon eight miles from here en the south shore was wiped out and its residents had to flee for their Brlmley was threatened with destruc Scores of farmers have lost their The regular south shore pas serger train was compelled to owing to the Intense heat and No rain has fallen for and everything on the ground is dry as tin WILL BUOOZHD OK HARVARDS the Football Goes to Prince tonSure to FullFledged Tiger Next Aug Harvards great allround athlete will enter Princeton next This bit of news reached Princeton through a letter received to day by a Princeton student still at the It was a considerable surprise to every one A few days after col lege closed here In Prince tons onemile entertained his friend the big Harvard football The latter seemed to be much pleased with the and after con siderable decided to enllst under the banner of the orange and Although brought up In the shadow of Harvard his home being in Holt always leaned strongly to His school Billy went to as did sev eral other school It was Holts original Intention to go to but following the wish of his parents and who favored he decided to enter that insti tution for a Holt will be ineligible to play on the Princeton football team his first He appear with the other candidates on the field at the beginning of tho and will play on the second Here he will be of great service to the tigers because of his ex perience In the After a year on the second eleven he will enter the lists as a candidate for position on the var and it will take a better man than Princeton now possesses to keep him off the championship In track Holt has quite a He will be eligible to play for Princeton from the day he matri In three events he has records that eclipse anything that can be done at Princeton In the shot put he has done 89 ft 3 In the hammer 109 and In the high hurdles Aeronaut Andree Ready to Ascend In Bio Aug dispatch from Tromso says a message has reached there from Prof Andree saying he Is ready to make a start In his Andree says he will either succeed In hla undertaking or perish In the at Clerics Must No Longer be Aug persona carried on the payrolls of the treasury as laborers have done duty as clerks gome carried as clerks have done duty In capacities not In cluded In the classified Sec Carlisle has now instructed the officials of tho treasury not to permit employes under their control who under the law are not in the classified service to per form the duties of officers or places which are in the classified and FOB SARATOGA and LURE Kuro heals Sore Several New England Oarsmen Orews Have NEW Aug The entries for the regatta of the National association of amateur which takes place at N Aug 13 and Include the following Single Waohusetts boat Edward Ten Byecki Narragansett boat R Edward Sligle Riverside boat Joseph Fouroared boat William Sullivan Fouroared international Riverside boat The mule bronxo stntuo of a Bac or priestess of the work of Mr Frederick the sculptor of the statue of Nathan Hale of Now York and of tho great fountain of the Worlds fair at destined as a sift to the Boston public library by tho Mr Charles ar rived In New York last week from the studio of Mr MacMonnles In and Is now stored in the offices of Mend pending its The figure is about life and rep resents a srl as she trips at a baby who sits In the fold of her left arm and reaches toward a bunch of grupes which she IB dangling above the The whole figure is full of life and It was first exhibited In and was so much admired that the French unable to purchase the ordered a replica to be made for the galleries of the Tie statue was originally meant to be plalfed within of the inner court of the public but now it is a question if it ever enters the portals of the In comes to The reason Of this Is that there has been such objection made by many people against allowing a nude statue placed In position to meet the public and the trustees of the library have been so Importuned against it that It is thought the gift will be re Mr is cognizant of the objections made to the cost him many thousands of and it is questionable If he will allow himself the humiliation of a He has not officially offered the work of art as a gift to and rather than be subjected to a refusal he it is dispose of it Great regret is being expressed among the art circles and other people of Bos ton that the least objection should have bfien raised against this which they all agree Is a masterpiece of A number of European and American sculptors who saw the statue in Paris before Its shipment to this country are unanimous In their opinion about it being a superb work of and one that the city of Boston should appreci ate very In view of the probable disposition of MacMonnles the librarian of the public Mr was asked about It was evident he did not care to speak on the which had not yet come officially before the board of trustees he admit ted that the trustees were cognizant of the fact that the statue had arrived at New but he had no knowledge as to how it would be disposed and said The library has not had any formal offer the statue as a gift from Mr The Bacchante was suggested some time and began to be spoken of by tho us though it were an actual gift made to the JC can state that it has not yet been Frederick chairman of the board of said The whole thing put Into a nutshell can be told in a few Mr in order to show his gratitude to the city of Bos conceived the idea of presenting the public library with a During his travels he met with the celebrated ar Mr and ordered from him the which recently ar rived In New York from While the statue was in course of Mr MoKlm sent to the trustees of the library a statuette fac simile of the at the same time in timating to us that it was his Intention to present the original to the public library as soon as Tho I is a mag nificent work of and as such highly praised by the most renowned artists In The French government wanted but it had already been or dered by Mr and the next best thing to be done was to make a dupli cate for the Feench which that national body As chairman of the board of trus tees In connection with the public library I cannot say what we will do In the matter as for the reason that we are unable to take action until the art commission has If the art commission recommends us to ac cept the statue we will do but It is premature for us to speak until they have come together and passed Judg The commission will have two points to consider Is the statue a work of art Is it a proper one You must understand that the most finished work of art In the If not could not be There Is nothing Immoral about this statue only its and as a work of art thla IB never considered unless there Is something suggestive connected with the matter must first be acted upon by the art Thnt a young woman oould be at tacked on one of the principal streets of hardly a block from Cen tral thrust violently Into a carriage and driven Without any alarm being seems an Im and yet that Is what is al leged to have occurred to Mrs Charles Gay last The victim herself Is unable to give a clear account of the ow ing to the serious injuries she as it Is by jumping from the carriage to escape from her It is quite possible her skull Is frac as she has been unconscious much of the time since her terrible ad and unless she recovers suffi ciently to throw more light upon the matter the whole as well as the Identity of the may never be Mrs Gay Is only and one of the prettiest young women In With her husband and her which Is only a few weeks she lives with her mother at 110 Pearl Cambridge nearly opposite Cottage Mr Gay Is and is employed in the establishment of the John Lowell company on Franklin In this Last after ho arrived home from work he sat for while at the front door of the house with his While they wero sitting there a covered buggy drove by containing two young who stared at Mrs and ap peared to be smiling or leering at She called the attention of her hus band the and told him that Young Boy Drowned in the they had been past the house twice be1 The carriage stopped as It reached she was walking and two young men jumped One accosted her and asked her to go to Arlington for a She screamed and started to but was caught by the other who stood behind a One man placed handkerchief to her while tho other tied another handkerchief nround her She then lost and only recov ered as the carriage was being driven rapidly through the She did not know whore she but her first thought was With a bound she released herself from the arms of the nyin who held her and leaped from the Con sciousness again left and she can remember nothing that happened after ward until brought to the The woman struck on her head when she leaped from the and It may be that she has suffered a con tusion of the She Is placed on the dangerous She has given but a meagre descrip tion of the men who abducted but the police of station are trying to unravel the Sergt Callahan detailed three patrolmen to work on tho case and all livery stable keepers wero notified to report to tho police whether they had leased acar riage to two young At midnight it was said at tho hospi tal that It might be 24 hours before It would be positively known whether Mrs Gays skull was Mr Gay remained at the hospital all Another Boy Fatally Hurt by Moore Falls From Second Floor Her Death Looked for at the fore during the afternoon and had at tracted her attention by their Impudent and that one of them had re marked to the other the last previous as he looked at her Is the Dont let her see Mr Qay was very and his first Impulse was to accost the but his wife dissuaded saying take any notice of After or not long after Mrs Gay went as she to do a little shopping for the A goods store on Massachusetts near Central was her announced As she had not returned at Mr Gay concluded to go to and did The next heard of her was at young William Walsh ran into Bass drug in Putnam and hurriedly stated that he and a Peter had just found a dead woman lying on the sidewalk on Bllery near Walsh said that he and Lyons had hired a horse and carriage at Fabians stable on Massachusetts and had re turned the outfit and were walking Bllery st to catch a car when they stumbled across the body of the They did not notice the form Ivlng on the sidewalk until they had stepped on They had hurriedly ex amined the body and found that it was a young and beautiful Mr who was In charge of the drug went out and found tho woman lying on the sidewalk with her clothing She was not but Dudman telephoned for tha ambu lance and the woman was lifted into the wagon and taken to the She was dressed in a black plaid shirt and wore a wide brimmed black straw On the way to the hospital she re covered consciousness say She relapsed into unconsciousness sev eral times on the way to the but in her lucid moments of the mystery could be learned from The two young Walsh and Ly who first reported the finding of the live In the first named at 5 Sachem the latter at 108 Conant They are hardly more than and bothhave beardless They woro outing shirts and had the appearance of young fellows just re turned from a as they The as described by Mrs were young one of them with a small light the other tall and with a smoothly shaven Both were dressed in dark clothing and wore black derby The horse she described as brown and the buggy a closed Five Perseus Taken from Water of 112 Pearl Two Edward n HUUII Ludlow Whl1 Lung Kuro relieves croup and if they bay that it is a work of art and unobjectionable then the trustees of the public library will The art commlBdon recently passed favorable judgment on the statue of Choate bv artist French for the new court the bust of Dr the statue of John Boyle and now they will sit to study and render a ver dict whether we will have Bao thante or A handkerchief had been taken from the ground where she was found near the Urge tree on tha right of ISllery near Massachusetts and given to the physicians at the They will endeavor to ascertain whether chloroform had been placed on as is Mr Gay was found at home by a re porter just making ready to leave in search for his as he had become anxious about her non He was nearly and started at once for the When told that the woman had said something about a Mr Qay stated that something terrible must have His wife had not been in the carriage with two he but he felt certain that the men had en deavored to get her into the carriage and had chloroformed but had been frlKhtened away before they could carry her This is not tho first time this has been he This after noon my wife told me that two strange men passed our house on Pearl and one of them There is the Dont let her see according to these two men again passed tho house and Mrs Qay stated that she was afraid of them and did not like to remain In the house alone last as she did not like their looks and was certain that the re mark which she overheard referred to Mr Qay Is of the opinion that he knows two from the descrip tions given by his and asserts they live in South Boston and have endeav ored before to carry her For fully two hours Mrs Cray was unconscious at the It was found she was In a precarious con She has a very bad bruise on the back of her head and may be Injured When she recovered consciousness and recognized her who stood near she became and after wards told tha following story She loft she to so to the dry goods and was returning shortly before She was walking along Green near Central It was just becoming Bhe heard the noise of an approaching carriage down the street back ot but did not turn Mrs Qay was Annie Soule before her and lived In South where who Is a paper hang stll She is well known in the peninsula having worked In several places thero at various the last being Barbers What Mr Gay could have meant by saying that tha same thing had been tried before over In South can only be a matter of conjecture at pres as ha gave no further His who lives with says she never heard a word before about any previous attempted of her All who know Mrs Gay agreo that she Is a remarkably pretty and charming She Is rather of very fair with an Innocent face and large blue The druggist who was the first per son to go to the assistance of Mrs Gay made a investigation of such circumstances as could coma within his and ho told the police he did not detect the slightest odor of chloroform about which ho regard ed as to say the as the scent of the drug is not only very powerful but The Cambridge police are reluctant to admit that an such as this could take place early in the evening oh such a busy street as It is said to or that woman oould ba driven a aa the circumstances seem to In without tiny passerby learning of it In some Patrolman Dennis Leahy of sta tion who helped to remove Mrs Gay from the spot where she was discovered says that she lay with her feet in the her head and shoul ders on the He says he de tected no trace of and saw no although some one re ported that a handkerchief was found beside Patrolman Leahy says he passed the spot where Mrs Gay at only 10 minutes before she was found by Walsh and and that she was not then soshe could not have lain there but a very few moments before being Yesterday was a day of fatalities and serious accidents In The first accident of a serious nature occurred on the site of the old olub sta bles on Sudbury about 4 William of 8 Bil lerlca was engaged with several other men In hoisting a when an Iron pulley block fell from the top of the striking OConnell on tha His skull was fractured and he died in the accident room of the Massachu setts general hospital half an hour About p m Samuel 5 of 81 Levcrett West ran across that street in front of inbound Cambridge and South Boston electrio car The lad was knocked Before the Albert could bring the car to a stop tha wheels passed over the boys left leg above the He was removed to the Massachusetts general where it was found necessary to amputate the limb at the He died at midnight At Mrs Clara Moore of 309 Tremont st fell from a second story window to the 2B feet She was picked up In an unconscious 6ondltlon and carried A doctor found that her back had been and that she was also Injured about the She was re moved to the city and her death is looked for at any Shortly after 7 William tha 7yearold son of janitor Flannery of i the Union boat fell from the float at the clubhouse at the foot of Charles st Into the river and was Tha boy had been playing upon the and ventured too near the The lads body was recovered at by the harbor polios a distance from the float and was taken into hla fathers apartments at the William of 2 Morton was riding through Harrison av in the wagon of Fltnoff at last evening and when near Rochester st the wagon was struck by electrio Copitch was thrown Into the street and his left arm was In and about Pleasure bay yesterday afternoon flva persons were rescued from Several others were obliged to remain on one of the boata until the tide took the boat oft the The first mishap was at The Improved Welsbaoli Light makes eTarythlng as light at It long ago aolved tho problem of artifi cial With any kind of gM or any kind of fixture The Improved WELSBACH LIGHT will give you three times the illumination at a saving of 60 per over tho old fashioned Thero is an idea in this for everyone who needs light anywhere for any Continued on tue Fourth For at Weit Alt genuine gDodi hare tiadcnmrk each Barns onehaU tho jlvoi three times llgnt Machine Bfude Coylou and India There is ouly one and In tea It Is called Ceylon and a Perfect endorse Glance a moment at this picture and fancy the enjoyment of flinging your tired body down on this corner couch for a cool and delightful stretch of the Our low price of on these dainty Muslin 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