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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - March 30, 1898, Boston, Massachusetts JOHN ROflBT CASH CAPITAL SURPLUS TO POLICY EMPLOYERS LIABILITY PUBLIC LIABILITY GENERAL LIABILITY ELEVATOR INSURANCE TEAMS INSURANCE ACCIDENT INSURANCE FOR MANUFACTURERS MERCHANTS LANDLORDS CONTRACTORS Arid Others We are not bound by COMPACT FRANCIS General Attorneys of the Loss QEORQE Telephone 819 OBRION Resident Managers for New 108 Water Public Sentiment in Cities of People Anxious for War with WHERE YOU GUT THAT Suit OJur anow one of us for down and por Standard Busy Special arrangements can be made with us to furnish homos complete with standard croods on very easy terms anywhere in New Enameled Beds and Bureaus Per Illustrated Mail Free at ROBINSON S Washington Adams Square Do Car Pass Our THE rohi for Wednesday For New preceded w ers on the soast winds becom ing For eastern New generally tair northerly CONTENTS OF TODAYS Pnse Congress preparingto break away from the control of theadministration and handle the ihatter to suit it self McKlnley realizes that action must come that Spain must make some proposition that congress can accept or war will be Patriotism risingeverywhere in the people offeringtheir money to buy and the feelingthat war with the United States the best way out seems to be increasing amongall Ambrose who has pri vate secretary to Congressman Sfrnp kins asked to allow hds name to be used for the unexplred portion oC Mr Sirnpkins Ten thousand dollar fire In Jamaica Plain this Massachusetts naval brigade In readl Lness to proceed to Philadelphia to re turn with the two monitors for Bostofi JPngre The reported sold to a wellknown Philadelphia who propose to Improve the property 1 1315 Winter corner of Music purchased by Boston real estate trust Black Bock house at Nantasket bought by Miss Smith valuable property on Charlestown and Bndicott sts transferred other Important real estate Extensive alterations made on Shu man afan in New In a fit of drunken shoots a man and a woraan and then kills A new trial granted John the cook of the schooner Olive of the board of local consu lates of Boston and vicinity appoint ment of chairmen of committees cycling AS SUDCESSORJO Ambrose His Private to Allow Use of His Name for Unexpired March SDAmferose who has been private secre tary to MrSimpklns since thai guritle man entered has boon asked to allow Tils name to be used for the un expired portion of Mr Slmpklns There are many matters left unfinished by the death of Mr Slmpklns with whlch Mr Pratt Is entirely Mr Pratt feels too keenly the death of his friend to discuss the matter at this although willing to so far as all work left unfinished by Mr Mr will make no con test for the Maurice Each Will Contribute One Days To Eaise Money by a Popular Loan Will Local forecast Clearing1 during the cooler dur luff evening and night west to north west The as indi cated by the thermometer at Thomp sons spa Sam 6 a in 9am 12 m 3pm 8pm 9pm 12 mid average temperature day 47 Tho weather with much cooler is now indicated England through Thursday and perhaps Friday west to northwest It Is hard to tell why man so de eights in an open Perhaps it is a lingering taint in his blood that has come down through all the ages the days of when man loved the flre because it meant life and It is much easier to see how the love has grown by what it feeds The low prices we have brought into the wood mantel industry have placed open fireplaces in hundreds of A few years ago the plainest mantel was cheap at Today wo sell mantels as low as Then it waa necessary to make ones choice from score of drawings today the visitor walks through half a dozen of our warerooms given up entirely to man tels and sees over different styles fully Then it took from ten to twenty daya to make to order in the desired Today we carry all our lead Ing patterns in stock in four or five different woods and deliver the same day the order is Send for our latest Mantel Catalogue enclosing three 2cent stamps for Paine Furniture 48 Canal Boston bark Harvard driven ashore at Turks and is a hopeless wrecK schooner Julia Warr floats into Me cox Station dismasted and bottom up water front Pnere Sec Alger recalls the acceptance of the resignation of Lieut Iltjye Illinois in a speech in the senate declares for war and says there is no doubt that Spain murdered the sailors of the Counsel Rubens talks with quiet scorn of the United States and Cuba says in surgents will not complain If the United States does as they can get along without Yankee aid Yankees ara feeding Spanish soldiers as well as re which we can say noth ing Mayor Sortwell vetoes the resolve In regard to the CambriageSomervllla boundary line and la Policemen commended and given med als by the police board for Page David Shaw elected to suc ceed the late Hon Jam ITS Bostwlck waives requisition pai pers at and will be brought back to Boston to stand trial on charges of forgery and James Corbett says hes a candi date for congress from the 16th New York Interesting testimony by the defense In the Scolluns Boston alumni Coburn classical In stitute hold Page Boston aldermanic bill comes up in the house under consideration when ad journment comes on point of no Returned Klondlker talks of prospects in the Yukon Harvard crews are showing Improved form Mr Lehmann will sail from Eng land Swimming contests open to all schools at Brookllne public Lizzie of South Jumped Into Fort Point but was rescued 4n a partly conscious condi An Italian woman attacked by her husband and his brother with an ox at the North Train carrying Supplies from America for towns in Havana province blown up by bomb on the Fuse Tomb in cemetery at Dorchester Low er Mills desecrated by Puitc Important auction sales of horses and IuKe It Is likely the Herbert Fuller will leave port without the Bram Jury hav ing taken a view of it Slice and Wasson Rain prevents baseball at Greensboro Nichols will hold out for znoro sajary Bcrnis jind Branafleld appear to be goad Mrs Maud Evelyn formerly Miss Shaw of explains alleged mock marriage to Frank Flske Farvcell and asks that It be declared Fire in George Goulds stables at N Stones thrown nnd clubs flourished by strikers before mill gates at Lewlston police made one James Hamm would have some assur ance from the government before per mitting the colored man to Electric Lustre Starch will make ev erything sturchnble look like It works quickly and Will not stick to the Blue packages 10 cents All grocers Bell FIERCE BLAZE JNJAMAICA Big Building of Joseph Shaw Son Damaged About Early This MorningTwo At this morning the immense wooden structure at 113 Brobksido Jamaica three stories in hlght formerly owned by the rubber was discovered to be in An alarm was sounded from box arid immediately upon arriving District Chief Abbott ordered a second The which was owned and by Joseph P Shaw Son car and was flllod with an tamense of and the flames spread with great rapld In an incredibly short space of time the flames had extendedall through the and it was soon seen that the structure was In about an hour the flames had gutted the entire but had not extended to adjoining and the firemen thought they had the fire under The loss Is estimated at Portland Longshoremans March 29Thomas a while at work on the steamship Scotsman to night gave the wrong and was dropped with his truck and two bales of Into the a distance of 30 Patriotism the Spirit Now Mtotetlie Policemen for March 29The selectmen this evening reappointed John Over and appointed John Hannahan on the police These two appointments give the town a force of nine men Seven has been the number in past years The John Lovell Arms stake their business reputation of over 57 years that no bicycle has ever been produced that equals the Lovell Diamond of On their without and free as they are from LOVELL BICYCLES are selling better today than they have for years to satisfied Agents almost every If there is none in your town write to Our Famous Diamonds of the free for the John Lovell Arms 147 WMliInrton at 131 Broart 121 MiUBaclmBetts Factory Sonth BRUNSWICK Clsare are unequalled In excellence of Evaporated si Peaches Apricots Apples By Julian March 29Passlonate pa triotism and a bankrupt treasury are the two great facts which stand out clear and distinct in Madrid at this Public sentiment is rising and anybody who thiults that the Spaniards dont want to flcht has only to come here now to be It is only lier absolute inability to raise more money from dejected and despairing foreign creditors that pre vents Spain from taking an attitude and forcing war on the United States as the best way out of a hopeless struggle to The slightestmiggestlon from a news paper the pebble to aid the government In the war preparations Is eagerly and there is no pro test from stock gamblers or tories as in New Prom Burgos and other towns the government has received pri vate offers of volunteer battalions for the garrison in order that the regular troops stationed there may be transferred for service against the United States if Tlie organizers of these battalionsde clare that no man will be enrolled un less he has a profession and Is known for good The fact is that with the Carllsts armed to teeth and signs of revolution half the government looks with suspicion on all private attempts to or ganize volunteer A volunteer force might be an em barrassing thing in Spain unless its loyalty to the reigning dynasty was as sured beyond a on the Fpiirtlt WHAT IS HIS POLICY Senators Turn Their XRay Machines on the i Fight Reed BICYCLES 1897 MODELS J898 MODELS Open Until 8 Overman Wheel MAKEE8 OF VIOTOB 408 and 410 Boylston Tremont and Beacon Sis Copley Square Central Wharf BOSTON Coolldges Corner BUOOKLINK Send for Price Pees MoKinley at Last Realizes That Congress Will Take the Bit In Its Teeth Unless He Explains His By Maurice March 29Consress Is determined to force the hand of the and the president at last real izes A nights reflection and further consid eration of the message which presi dent sent to congress and the testimony on what the court of Inquiry based their instead of tending to soothe the temper of has only had the opposite and today congress Is In a more resentful mood and more explosive than It has been at any time since Cuban affairs became a question of the hisfhest Hitherto the president has bean able to hold congress with him now there U grave danger of congress breaking Unless the president does something of a decisive and positive character within the next day or two It is difficult to see how It will toe possible restrain both houses from adopting a resolution directing the president to Intervene In Cuba with TIE mm CRISIS Continued on the Fourth A Difficult Word to define yet its presence or its absence intangible though may be either makes or mars an article of No better examples of style can be found than our Spring coverts and at to with a specialty in box coats at and King Largest Clothiers in the Washington and Hatis George Washington Chocolate WK cuuuot tfll alie autiouncti an the Identical criming ticorco used to but we do say that they are a perfect reproduction or thti uimlt lii Jjlt day tber lire flret lu first in purity mid Unit la the tuBten of nil lovers of fine con Mall orders promptly attended Bt npd Temple Brass Iron Beds There are metal beds aatl metal There are beds that will do you a lifetime of and there are others that after a few months wear will be an eyesore to It will not pay you to buy the latter considering we sell you the former at such low mm 42 SUMMER Furoltyra of Emy Description It is acknowledged now that the president squarely faces tlie crislsj He must secure from Spain a propo sition that congress will or congress will take the mntter into its own and that means a declar ation of says Maurice Reed notifies the president that he can no ionger control and Bailey says he is sure of his ground that when the need arises he is sure of enough republican assistance to enact any Cuban legislation neces Fiftysix from the south and west meet at capi tol committee rooms and agree to fight Speaker Reed unless he will permit a Cuban resolution to come before the house 30 more promise to Join The temper of the senate was shown yesterday in the attention paid to the speech of Senator who put into official words what they all that the Spanish blew up the Late last night it was announced that the Cuban message will not go to the house before and that the president hopes Spain will con sent to the purchase of Cuba by the insurgents for with th United States guaranteeing th A detachment of the Massachusetth naval brigade held in readiness to proceed to League Island to return with the two monitors for Boston Commander Weeks has mude up the and it is thought it will start by although def inite orders have not yet been re Secretary of War Alger notifies Mayor Ashley of New Bedford that ths government will reclaim from tiie city its marine which Includes the fort at Clarks Two eight inch disappearing guns will be set up there at The revenue cutter Manning sailed yesterday from Boston for where she iB to receive her armament and fit out with other cutters for eery ice as war and resolutions recognizing the Independence of Cuba introduced in the senate by of of of and of Western populists and silver re publicans hold a conference and agree that only one Cuban inde is open to The San Francisco and New Or leans are proceeding to New York at a 0knot tpeed owing to a de fect in the engines of the New Or Lack of docking facilities in this country may prove Speed of the battleship Massachusetts re duced from 16 to 10 knots on account of her foul bottom there is no dock which is in condition to receive this The Iowa is in much the same Spaniard resident in Mexico prom ises Capt Gen Blanco as the starter of a patriotic Pros it is at last reaiiaes the fact that congress ha reached the limit of its and if ho does not explain his wil settle the Cuban matter for Spaniards in Mexico subscribe a fund to aid the reconcentrados in Gen Miles orders the 25U regiment of infantry colored to Dry Tortu the evident being to concentrate colored troops at the nearest point to Julian Ralph writes from Madrid that public sentiment is rising fast in Spain and that the Spaniards want to fight proposal for every one to contribute one days pay being re ceived with enthusiasm on every and seats at benefits at theaters for the navy command large Captain of an American schooner at reports to the J S consul that he was boarded by a Spanish towed into a port and detained for three Spanish bonds take a jump in London and ML BRIGADE Boston Division Held In Readiness to Go to League Island to Return witMJw Two JJho MassachuHetts naval brlsffiW if ready lo proceed to tj bring on the monitors Catskill and La high for the defense of Bostons harborl The 191 sallormen of the brigade received their instructions they within an hours call their equipment and are all packed and stowed away for immediate and when the order la received there will be no delay in get ting under While it Is not when the ordWr will It can be stated upon au thority of one who should that a shrewd guess would be that we leave Boston Friday Last night all was excitement aboard the historic old U S frigate the headquarters of the brigade and armory of the Boston As announced Gov cott received un official communication from Astit Sec of the Navy Roose stating that the of Massachusetts mllltlu would be needed for the duty of bringing the monitors from the League island navy yard to As soon as the Information became public the enthusiastic Boston of the brieade flocked to the many as did the general that the detachment of the bri gade for this first active eervlco would probably start on the duty last night or early this morning In some notl ikd heir parents and friends that they would quarter aboard the Minnesota for the so as to be prepared for an early Orders as to the They were disappointed In liow The situation 08 at tut formal orders are 10 that veeterday Adjt Gen Dalton received communication from Aest Bee of the suvy asking If a detachment roro the Massachusetts nuval would bo detailed to taHa the manHra now lit League Island to Such a communication waji Itet WMdE received by of be asking if would ba forth coming to do work OB Contlntiea tfta VtdtU
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