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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - January 28, 1897, Boston, Massachusetts USE THE DAILY YOUR WANT ADS you want to get Globe Wants Fay aito ISTOP EXPERIMENTING PUT YOOR WANT ADS In the Daily Globe where you are sure of the best THURSDAY JANUARY 1897TEN PRICE TWO CONTENTS OF TODAYS Pres JfjUfoti in his Harvard annual re saysjjjanagement of athletic sports has some years unintelligent and therefore unsuccessful university In of more Two with their com mands and go over to the Needs of Bostonconsidered at the din ner of Estate Testimony In the Danvers poisoning case movements of Ken nedy and Mrs Five killed on the rail road near East Princess Chimay quarrels with the gypsy and leaves National trade for interna tional falls 133 striking on a mans head is still X Pajjjc Regulars win in the democratic state committee legal Amateur skating speed championships at Stateu Centrals beat Salems at bowling other Manufacturers atPhiladelphia call for prompt tariff Petition signed by 3000 Bostonians for a separate building for the girls Latin school presented to the school Mayor Cobb of Newton scores Supt of Lyrin board of trade addressed on question of increase of convict labor Eerie sharply arraigns Sen ator at fruit and produce ex change diajer association Indorsed Long and at Ice polo other McKinley proposes to clothe his cab inet members with more dignity Lodges immigration bill passed by the House passes to engrossment the ap propriation of for eattlu commls I slon other business on Beacon Architect Gould challenges school cum tnitteeman Paul to prove his Tragedy on the bark Isaac Accident to Mrs Henry widow of the famous Georgia Claimants for land damages against the defunct cape Cod ship canal com pany receive their Dances In Boston and Senator Sherman Informs Oov Bush noll that lie will resign from the senate and suggests that Mark Hanna be ap pointed his Oago of Chicago seems to be slated for the treasury Gage summoned to meet Three burglars captured at tho south Charlestown ladshold upanother and von him ot 50 Young colored girls In South Carolina fight a fatal duel with pocket Adams celebrates Hsjlrst Loss to Boston safe deposit and trust company by Treas Miles defalcation re POKted to be SomenllJe aldermen reject proposed city Pug Pitiful ease of destitution discovered at the South Pwsto Corporation Of the Institute of Tech ilojogy electsProf Crafts chairman of x Awards at the poultry Real estate Radical change In conducting harness Braces adopted by owners of Combination Elliott has not been idle in the fight for Important auction sales of horses and Jnsre Evangelists Moody and Jones address large Efforts to have all the New Kngland senators Indorse Jefferson CoolMge for a cabinet position Ex Gov Long says there has been no formal tender to him of a cabinet HoodVanVoorhis wedding at Pros Eliot talks to toilers on Rela tions of the College to Worklngmen tit Parker LOVE FLIES Princess Chimay Quarrels With Her Own Janes and Leaves Him in a Milan Jan dispatch to the from Vienna says that a violent quarrel occurred at Milan between the Princess formerly Miss Clara Ward of and Janes the Hungarian gypsy for whom the recently deserted her The screams of the princess and the violent language of Kigo created great excitement and alarm among the guests of the hotel at which the uomile were and complaint was made to the The affair ended by the departure of the who unattended by the for Monte Before leav ing the princess paid her own share of the bill due at the but refused to pay that Incurred by who is con sequently in an awkward being in need of money to settle his AND THE MANJTILL Long Steel Fell 132 Striking on Top of His Nearly Cutting It in Jan heavy steel drill four feet long and an Inch and a quar ter in fell from the surface at shaft 2 of the Metropolitan water works Clam Shell last to the bottom of the u dis tance of 132 It struck Thomas a tunnel across the crushing the bone and into the from the summit of the forehead abovethe left eye to the back part of the almost splitting it In Reynolds at Clinton hospital in a critical The doctors have no hope for his They wonder how he escaped instant A strip of his five inches in two crushed to small was laying bare his He is Topic Discussed at Real Estate Pres Mereffl LootedForiard Mr Flanders Spoke of the Associated Better Dock Facilities Urged by Mr Mayor Favored Abolition of the A city that can exhibit such a fine body of men as that which comprised tne gathering at the seventh annual din ner ot the Boston real estate exchange at the Exchange last evening has good cause genuine feeling of If the real estate men of this vicinity have been experiencing seriously the effects of the hard times that so many complained of during the last two or three their appearance did not give any Indications of For a hap pier and more prosperous crowd one could travel a mile without Hud and yet they showed the true spirit that enters Into the growth of oil great expressed In the mot implying that the course of progress never reaches a necessary limitation and that the highest inter ests to be aimed at by the individual are those which affect the entire citizen ship of a The first fact to impress upon looking at the members of thn exchange assembled was the general that seemed to prevail among Few were beyond middle apparently a majority were what might justly be called young their faces bearing the stamp not only of intellectuality but of sagacity and trained The topic assigned for discussion was in itself a tribute to the public spirit with which they are evidently as an The rapt attention with which they listened to the discussion of subjects too often deemed lacking In the elements of popular their quick appreciation of the salient points in that and the hearty applause with which they Indorsed the main features of the great projects that were presented to lo enlist their proved In this organization Boston has a power that will be likely to make Itself felt in on Beacon or wherever It may be necessary to appeal for may assume the proud position lor which nature and the character of her people have evident ly Intended Guests of Morris the president of the occupied the and the speakers were Osborne Howes of the metropolitan district Rufus president of the as sociated boatd of trade Clinton White of the state commission on public and Mayor Qulncy and Samuel In addition to the above there were also seated at the chief table Col Fran cis Peabody Col Harry John Mason Frederick Sidney Lawrence Capt Nathan Joseph W Ernest Parkman Joshua John Arnold Rand and Edward An important feature ofc the dinner was the Introduction of an original entitled The Brokers with Ben jamin Dorr as the soloist and a triple quartet of young real estate men to swell the Heretofore the musi cal program at these dinners has cost about but this year it did not cost as while the applause that re warded the singing was just as vocifer ous as Prea M9rrls Meredith made a model presiding both on account of his distinguished appearance and the mod esty and excellent common sense dis played in his opening which were confined to what might be regard ed as the legitimate province of a chair and diti ns a chairmans speech so often cut the ground from beneath the feet of the succeeding The utterance that met with unani mous and quick perhaps above ull was when referred with cor dial feelings to Alexander Porter be ing unable to be present owing to the condition of his and to his send ing a dispatch of affectionate When the chairman paid a warm trib ute to the treasurer of the Mr for his unselfish devotion to Its interests all the admirable re sults of which were never more con spicuous than in the completeness of de tails characterizing the there was also a spjendid outburst of applause that showed the esteem In which Mr Vlaux is held by his Mr Meredith found In the prevailing situation today Indications of a bright future for the commercial world in this At the close of the chairmans speech treasurer Viaux presented a message embodying the sentlmentw of the meet latf toward their absent Mr It was unanimously It was an follows To Porter The members of the real estate ex change accept your greetings and good wishes in the spirit they are and wish you in return long life and pros GUILTY OF Evidence of 8YearOld Girl Mainly Led to the N Jan 27The trial of John Sullivan Tor the murder of Mrs Ellas Butcher of Meadow N was concluded in the supreme court here the prisoner being found On the night of Sept 10 last Mrs Dutch eri residence was Mrs Dutch er and her eon Harris perished In the Maggie aged was res aued from the burning building and It was mainly on her evidence that the pris oner was The motive for the rime The evidence showed that Sullivan first murdered his victims after robbing the flred it to conceal the Sullivans counsel applied for a of but the judge refused the Boomed Mr the first upon that always timely The Greater treating It more par ticularly from the business or real es tate according to the rec ommendations of the commission of which he is a He pointed out ihat the real estate above any depends upon the prosperity of aJl and sousit to show that a federation of many towns and cities near by with under a county system of Is what is rather than annexa He claimed that such a federation would be a great advertisement to the and that while that is merely a sentimental it Is a mosl Important as shown In the general trend of affairs with leading cities al over the if not in the TUrd WERE SEEN Many Witnesses Testify Mrs Learoyd and Meetings Arranged by Sent Son of a Neighbor to See Whether Mr Learoyd Was Gone Car Sta tion Agent and Farm Hand Tell of Seeing CORNER WHERE KENNEDY STOOD AND WATCHED THE LEAROYD Jan arc taking a much deeper interest than the men in Learoyd poisoning aH the large attendance of the fair sex at the trial will On the in electric cars n wherever two or more women are seen the principal subject of conversation is that This mornlnftKatie domestic in the employ of the Learoyd was to the stand and crossexam by She testified that on the morning of Nov 6 she discovered on entering the lining room that Learoyds mustache was turned bottom up and that a yellowish powder was sprinkled on he table cloth and upon some of the Oil turning Learoyds cup over she discovered a yellowish powder In he bottrtirof the vessel and a quantity of the sarrie substance adhering to the crossbar of the She called Mr Lea oyds attention to the and ho topic the cup and carried it into wifes where H remained ull that Did you find any windows open that Katie Did you make new tea Tor supper that night I Did you see any men about the house that day I did Was Mrs Learoyd at breakfast with the men that morning She was Did you ever see Mrs Learoyd drink tea Not since I hud been In the Did Mrs Learoyd go to the table that night befove the farm hands left it She went to the table just before they How Ions after you drank the tea were you sick Soon after I beican washing the Who told you that the men wore sick Mrs Dr Baldwin Dlst Atty White then called on Dr who attended the sUk per sons In Learoyds home on the evening of Nov The witness testified that he found all parties stifterlng from the Hardy Hull appeared to be the Albert Robert Hall and Katie Price were also very Learoyd had a very weak in his laxity of the and was quile Hardy Hall vomited Gave all of the patients medicine to make them vomit All were more or less sick for had head weakness and Irritation of the All had marked symptoms of arsenical How severe a case of poisoning was It They were all very Mr Learoyd and Hardy Hall being the most seriously Are you prepared to say how serlr ous the cases mlght have been had a physician not been called It is quite possible that if vomiting had not ensued all mlKht have died from the effects of the At Dr Baldwin was dismissed from the witness and the jury was given a recess of five Hall Tells About That Hardy who heard the snore In the was called to the Bland at He was examined by Dist Atty On the morning of Nov as he en tered the lie heard some one snor ing on the Went up on to the hay and round Kennedy Woke him and he requested thWt he should be called again when he Hall drove I then loaded up my wagon and as I was about to drive away Kennedy came out of the barn and got on to the milk teaip and rode away with Kennedy told me while on the hay not to tell Bert Learoyd that I had seen Ken nedy rode with me to and left me at On the next at witness testified that he again entered the barn and heard what he supposed was the same snore as on the previous Did you see Kennedy on the day of the poisoning on that after noon on a street car going from Dan vers to Witness next described the scenes and incidents on the night of the He then testified that Kennedy had rid den in themilk team three or four times previous to the Ken nedy at one time spoke of Bert royds having served him a mean and that he would get square with At one time Kennedy rode from Dan vers to Doyles During the trip he asked If Bert was at I toid him that I did not He then asked as soon as I arrived to if Bert was I did not L Kennedy on that day went in the direction of the Beaver brook sta On another occasion when Kennedy rode to the Learoyd farm he Kennedy asked Mrs Learoyds 4yearold boy if his mother was at What did the child say That she waa In the Whut did Kennedy then do He passed out of the When next did you see Kennedy About 45 minutes later he was stand ing at Learoyds gate going toward Doyles At this point the counsel on both sides held a private conference with Justice Crossexamined by Mr Did Kennedy ever tell you what kind of a trick Learoyd had played on him Was it a common thing for Lea royd to have liquor In the barn 1 do not know us it It could not stay there coulc It Not with six men on the Who brought the liquor there I Did you ever call Kennedy out of your milk wagon Did you have whisky on the wag on t Did you tell Kennedy on the team that Learoyd was down on him I heard Kennedy say that Learoyd was down on Did you tell Kennedy that you die not blumc Mrs Learoyd for wanting someone else as he Leuroyd was and drunk all the time I do not re Did yon ever tell Kennedy that Learoyd was up In the field 1 think 1 On one occasion when Kennedy visited the barn did you give him a drink of whisky and say It was Berts 1 do not When you were taken sick did you go upstairs and remain there all night 1 remained until the next when 1 went out Was the snoring you heard In the barn a loud snore An ordinary Did you tell Kennedy that Bert Learoyd had called the old his a damned liar I do nsi When you got liquor In where did you purchase It Mostly from Who UHed to send for the liquor 1 Redirect by Dist Atty Was any reference ever made by Kennedy that Klmball was to blame for his discharge Yen he salt Uuu while Learoyd was on a visit down east Sylvester Klmball wrote to Learoyd and told him that he had better come home and take of his At 1 the court adjourned until 2 p Five Men Killed on Track at East Ixpress Passed as Thy Step Aside lo Give It free Fast Freight Train Was Due Where They Engine Struck and Whirled Them Into Engineer Saw Them and Re but Too Jan Gangs of men nave been at work for some time repairing the tracks of New New Haven Hartford railroad in vicinity of East Nor Four men were at work today only a short distance from the railway lining In the castbound passen ger track with stone ballast under the direction of section foreman There are four tracks at this On the track on which all at work the Boston leaving New York at p goes through without stop ping at About the same lime a weetbottnd freight goes through East Norwalk on the next At the warning whistle of the express today foreman Powers and his men stepped over upon the westbound freight track and leaned upon their tools wait ing for their train to The wind carried the smoke and steam from the express engine upon the adjoining enfolding the men and shutting out the sight of the oncoming freight Engineer Fred Fields of the freight who lives in the had just us he always does at this point as a signal to his when tjie drifting smoke and steam blew aside from the track In showing him the men on the Afternoon The afternoon session was marked by a lot of indirect The gov ernment hopes to finish its case by to morrow but has several import ant witnesses yet to among them Mrs who will probably be heard the Chelsea druggist who claims to have sold poison to Ken nedy and the stale The case will probably occupy all the mm possibly may reach Into next Before the opening of the court this afternoon Kennedy sat In the dock read ing a paper which contained an account of the At p m Justice Bishop took his place on the bench and Dlst Atty White called Jaekman of Topslield to tin Witness tesUHIed that previous to the poisoning ease he had had tran sactions with Did you make an attempt to poison LearoyJ Did you ever have trouble with Learoyd Did you call at his house to see him I called to secure a balance due me for milk and a milk Did he pay you all but What next did you do I called at Learoyus house the next night to siccurc the balance due as Learoyd had Did you have any words with Lta royd but he Informed me that HS soon as my boy brought back a coat he had stolen he would pay Did you call Learoyd any Improper names Where did the talk take place In Learoyds Who was present Sylvester A you not a little vexed that night Not much When did your boy work for Lea royd in Had Learoyd previously informed Contliincd on the Sixth The locomotive was within two or rods of the men and the train plunging ahead 40 miles an Jerk Ing the whistle cord with one hand Fields reversed the lever with ihe and leaning out ot the cab window he yelled at the imperiled men In They probably heard nothing and knew nothing until they wore The roar ot the passenger engine haO drowned out the whistle and the rattle of the oncoming One after in lightning suc engineer Fields saw the five men caught whirled into the air and away to the as the engine straining and rocking against Its own progress but pushed on by the Impetus of the heavy train thundered on Men from the station had seen the accident and were running toward the place the Instant the mnn were Powers lay CO feet awny from the track and the other men were scattered on cither AH were dead so near dead that there was no hope of helping The men from the with con ductor engineer Fields and the hands from the carried the bodies to the and from there they were taken to South The dead mim are Powers of South foreman John Grlflln of John Shea of Bast Nor John Callahan of Norwalk and an Italian named Spleen of East all Engineer Fields said to a reportei afterward I dont believe the poor fellows ever knew what hit They were com pletely hidden by the smoke and steam so that 1 did not them until we were almost on and then It was too My whistle must have been drowned out by the noise of the ex press had just When 1 saw the they seemed to I be In a row along the and If seemed to me that the man farthest away tried to but he did not have a One of the local officials of the road said Powers was a sober and oureful man and I see how he happened to slop j on the track with his as lie must i have If lie had stopped to think I that the freight WHS clue about thai HP wax familial with Ibis part ol j the and knew that the trains pass each other Both trains were running on fiehecluli Had Powers and his men steppei to the other side of the pasfjengnr track Instead of to this they would hav beon all No arregts were THE WEATHER WASH NGTON foi Thursday For New England threatening weath fr nnd In creasing northerly W 1 n d probably high off tlie south east coast colder Thursday For eastern York threatening weather and probably beavj snowfall noar tlie followed b clearing weather during the Gay north erly brink to high on tlie coast colder Thursday Signals arc displayed at Narragansett and Woods Holi Local Cloudy with probably colder Thursday night northerly shifting to The Temperature as Indicated by the thermometer at Thompsons spa Sam 6 a m 9 a m 12 m 3pm 6pm p m 12 mid average tempera ture yesterday 28 The Weather Egg The stormy weather now prevailing over New due to a weak dis turbance which Is moving up the and another over the upper St Law rence will probably pass off this alternoon or tonight and be followed by slightly colder weather with westerly Fair weather IB also probable Harris Chosen to Succeed Jan noon to day the Kunsas legislature met in joint convention and elected William Har ris to the U B senate to succeed Mr ATHLETIC Management at for Some Says Pres EMot in His Annual Sports Have Been Unsuccessful More Reasonable Views of University in Need of More Money Dean Briggs on the Suppression of Two Spanish Officers Desert Tale f itli ftin Mr Gis an Gen Gomez Makes One o Tiicm a The annual report Of Pres ChnrlnH Eliot was presented to the hoard of overseers of Harvard college Although Pres Kliot has not made any startling specific recommendations In regard to he does give some very strong general opinions with re gard to He says The conduct of Intercollegiate sports during the year proved afresh that tho management of these sports ut Harvard has been for some years and for that reason evils of overtraining and excessive ex ertion on the part of the members of tho principal teams were exhibited In high A fundamental defect in the athletic organization has been that coaches ot limited who may be either unobservant or can override on the spot the advice of the trainer The result Is that the principal play ers of football are almost all more or less Injured early in the and arc then brought to the principal games in a crippled or exhausted condition while the crew comes to tha final race less capable of endurance than they were a month The remedies arc the subordination of coaches to an expert In or to a medical and the general adop tion of more reasonable views about all training for athletic It must be perceived and adroitled that training which goes beyond pleas urable strenuous exercise Is worse than and that socalled sports which require a dull and dreaded routine of hardship and sufferingIn preparation for a few exciting crises not worth what they They nervert even courage and self because these high cfualltles are exercised for no ade quate Naturally this recommendation will meet with the approval of the entire undergraduate body In far as It de plores But in attempting account for tho cause of this there arc many who believe that he Is mis The coaches may have been partly but several physicians have said that the dampness of Ihc ground at Soldiers Held and the rank condition at the water In the CharleB river In the spring are most to blame for this StIJI this matter created no stir among the on the It was followed by a deep sigh of University The report will be received with deep Interest by the graduates and members of the teaching as well as by all persons Interested In university educa for every suggestion made on this subject by Pres Eliot Is sure to be of The suggestions In this ruHjJOot are not many this Except for a reflection that tho sub stitutes for Greek on entrance examina tion are harder than and that the history of Gruecu iuiil Rome rather than the history of England and the United States are offered for there are few suggestions along educa tional The greatest inteienl In the report is as review of present condition of the great university ut and the moHt noticeable feature which runs through H all is the great need of more Need of More It IN u significant fact that a larger sum will be expended on the Bnidley Martln ball In New York than WUH be queathed to Harvard last The be quests amounted to but and yet this sum Is name what larger than was received in 18S495 or In the three years from 1S83 o IMW Harvard haH received bequests to tho amount of During this same period at least five American all situated out Hide of New received much larger additions to their On Aug the Invested funds of the university amounted to and on July 31 last the amount wan On tlie face of this It would appear Hint the fmultt have fur more than but it must be retnein luTfd that the rate of income has fallen from percent to Fur this reason the funds have not Increased In proportion to great growth and great needs of the Jn this connection Jilkit If the primacy of Harvard university among American Institutions of educa tion Is to bn It must not bu surpassed by any other In material re The corporation could use the Income of additional endowments to the amount of ten millions of dollars for the satisfaction of none but wellknown and urgent Of the many things needed the most important seem to be At least three new buildings for the Holentltic one for one for architec ture and one for mining the addition of a graduate department to the scien tific one or two halls of furnished chambers with low rents near the medi cal school and near these halls a din ing room similar to the Foxcroft club at an endowment for the school of veterinary a large Increase In the fund for purchasing bookB for the university ttxlou ment for the a lireproof building to hold the library and manu scripts of the an addition al endowment of for the Peabody several new buildings for Kad cliffe a new dormitory at Cam containing single furnished chambers at low rents for students who come tor only one and another dining hall at Cambridge to be conduct ed on the plan of the Foxcroft The Agasslz Special attention Is given In tho report to the needs of the After speaking at length of the great debt Harvard and tho na tion owe to grand work Pres Kllot calls attention to the fact that though It now 23 years slnco he great scientist died the museum which he projected Is unfinished nnd the en dowment of the department remains en tirely The endowment has In fact remained stationary since Agas Speaking of the of 10 years with voluntary Pres Eliot sums up as follows1 Looking back through this period of 10 years to the condition of the univer sity chapel before one cannot be too thankful that the university has escaped from many evils of required attendance at religious and has won the positive benefits which the voluntary administered on the principles which have obtained has procured and Must be College The most Important announcement for the future Is that utter the year IflOO all candidates for admission to the medical school must be college This step will place the medical school after 1900 by the side of the divinity the law school and the graduate which already require for admission n degree In philosophy or In Proa idiot refers very to jtho live of his associates who died in the past Martin Prof Joslnh UwiKht Prof Francis James Prof Daniel Benson Blade and Eliot Folger For Sxippression of Tho report of Dean Bflggs Is very interesting in many The teacher will look among the statistics and be The general raider will be more Interested with that part of tho report which deals with tho administra tive board of Harvard Of its work tho dean says In disciplinary matters the board hud a year of unusual anxiety It sus pended three students Cor dishonesty In written work and one for lying Its ac tion or of thn dean led to the with drawal of two seven four freshmen and one spe cial all of whom had shown that they belonged elsewhere It pre vented the return ot one sophomore and two freshmen for the It closed the probation of one four sophomores and freshmen on Its recommendation ho faculty dismissed one junior for aggravated dishonesty in written work and expelled ono special student far attempting to buy of a printer some examination At the request of the committee on special the faculty deprived one npc of his privileges and ihe probation of but these two eases wore not tnlcen before the admin istrative Five special students were persuaded by the committee to The most anxious disciplinary work of the year not tile vioHing of pro hat though that is never effected tvllhunt woir and but the strujftfln Tor the Kupprvsslou of dishonesty In written This kind of dishonesty has bullied tlie How It iinilcrinlnus the sense of donor In a community was shown last year by the experl of a neighboring university in its effort to purgo Itself of this evil how It ilulls the moral perception of what we call good fellows In our own col may be Keen In thn lightness iWth which many of them talk about That every one of 1800 men Khali be honest is too much to expect but that any considerable part of public opinion should wink ut this form of falsehood is Curse of College This matter Is one which Dean nrigfis has bud very much at heart and he ex presses himself very strongly on the As a reason for this dishonesty lie says The purse of college double Cor the conveni ence of tin from tho character of u responsible man to the character of an Irresponsible The administrative officers accept without question a Htmlents word they assume that heIK a gentleman ami that a gentlemandoes not lie as happens now and he Is not u gentleman anil does they hiul neverthe lie fooled sometimes than be sus pkUUB always and be fooled quite us Frankly tlie student Is usu ally frank himself our undergraduates In excellent fellows to deal with yet so much Is done for so many opportunities are lavished on them that the more thoughtless fall to see the relation of their rights to other peo In the selfimportance of early forget that the world Is not for them Students of this kind ncil delicate They jeal ously demand to be treated as take advantage of the instructors who treat them and excuse themselves on the ground after they are only This double standard is seen In both themecopying and Its moral effect is probably insidious in the than in the latter for whereas persons more or less menda cious pats muster in all sooltrty but the Continued on Tenth Army of the Kin Demoralized of the Junta Says Endg is at Jan 27MaJ Venan cM Salnz of the Spanish army has over to the Insurgent forces with men armed with rifles and of He presented himself to Gen GomeZ4 and said tired of Spanish Immoiftf nlity and he was ready to in the Cuban ranks for a more noblS Gen Gomez welcomed and him to the rank of a colonel in the ban At Puerto Principe Col Gonzalez also ot the Spanish done the same He carried over to the Insurgents a whole armed with good This news has been by the press though it is known throughout the and has produced much In tlio state of demoralization In which the Spanish army now Is it Is here cbcfc sldered that the action of these high officers Is a very grave matter f oft the Spanish A member of the Cuban secret in Havana said today that It is the ginning of the Tho nomination of the butcher as chief of police of Havai which was reported an probable somj days Is an accomplished Iff said that Weyler signed the appqlni ment in the field In Matanzas provlncf The from which 0 nabacoa has suffered Is going to be in the From Madrid It is cabled to that Ambassador Taylor of tho States has expressed the opinion affairs In Cuba will turn favorable Spain before when the tratlon of Mr Cleveland V Gen Martinez says the sanrd has conferred with the queeft i and this fact Is greatly eonvj mented At the same time Senor Canovas declared in a few the ref forms for will be ready and jiubr lished in the It Is believed that the queen proposed to Martinez Campos to go to Cuba and try to carry out proposed 5f Senor Santos Spanish from Cuba and a prominent leader of the Intransigent party in hai also had several conferences with Canor If Guzman is satisfied with the re It Is because they mean really as his hatred the Ctibans Is well Z NATIONAL BOARD OF ij Declares in Favor of International Bimet allism and for Abolishment of Sub Treasury v j Jan 2TThe board of trade today adopted a resoluis tlon requesting congress to pass the bill now pending In the i duced by Senator and entitled bill to provide for the reorganization the oonatilur and diplomatic the bill Introduced by Senator and now uendtne In the to this The committee report on banking laws proposed by the Baltimore chamber ofi and the report on currency and banking proposed by the Cincinnati chamber of commerce were adopted also a declaration favoring International bimetallism on a basis of an equal ratio and provision for the abolishment of the sub treasury and the of national banks to receive and distrib ute Tln extension olQ A merlcon expjrt trade as proposed by the New Ywclc board of trade prompted the adoption of a resolution railing attention to the gratifying Incivuse In our export trade aurintc the post especially In inaiuuiutureil A resolution In regard to the tlon of Interstate freight rates was petitioning congress to amend the aet to regulate commerce soaa to provide a remedy that will make the law A resolution was also adopted the attention of thfe government to the Importanceof enacting legislation thai will secure to the United States trade of the southern republics Adjourned until Park Jan Park theater was wild at public auction this afternoon for less than half what the Ing 1 was bid In by Snell for the lYumis But trick This ealiite u mortgage upon the prop and todays sale was brought about by There will be no change In management of the thea BELL TOUE SEIL Yotre in The Globe ADS BEISG LAfiQESTIK HEW I witnt a special partner ulth small or a young man will in to work Hlih and Invest a small amount In ui It Hill pay us both a handsome IB l can show references will convince the Address S tilobe ofi
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