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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - March 20, 1899, Boston, Massachusetts                                r Hire Rent ADVERTISE IN THE GLOBE Globe Wants Pay A TRIAL CONVTNCES fr LVNO MONDAY MARCH 1899TWELVE BY TUB GLOIIE NKWSPArBH PRICE TWO The Greatest Medical Discovery of the KENNEDYS DONALD KENNEDY of Has discovered in one of our common pasture weeds a remedy that cures every kind of from the worst Scrofula down to a common He has tried it in over eleven hundred and never failed except in cases both thunder He has now in his possession over two hundred certificates of its all within twenty miles of Send postal card for A benefit is always experienced from the first and a perfect cure is war ranted when the right quantity is When the lungs are affected it causes shooting like needles passing through them the same with the Liver or This is caused by the ducts being and always disappears in a week after taking Read the If the stomach is foul or bilious it will cause squeamish feelings at No change of diet ever Eat the best you can and enough of it one tablespoonful in water at bed Sold by all Globe Wants oring the best returns to owing to The Globes enormous lead in A trial will convince CALLIAS at His Pastor of Dudley St Baptist Fusilade of Shots in the Streets of Trouble Started at Mulatto Policeman Told Men to His Club and Revolver Taken From Sergt Boonc Expires at General One of the Leading Divines in the Death Due to Neuralgia of the Chest Attack Game at 5 A M Death Few Hours Kev Dr pastor of tho Dudley st Baptist died sudden ly yesterday after a short at his 97 Moreland Dr Gumbart had been troubled with nn affection of the throat for the past few but was uncomplaining and was able to be about until Ogeratton fas Performed for Hie Relief of He Was Injured in Fall From a When Aid Arrived the Shooting Became From 30 to 50 People Are Reported Aiioita Conflict in OiitsHrts ike Folloirii NlflL Made Hazardous Ascent at Battle of El Only One Trio and He is in au Sergt Thomas Boone of Co 2d Massachusetts died at the Massachusetts general hospital yester day afternoon after an operation for the relief of He was of the party that ascended In the war balloon at El Caney on July THE LATE IlEV DR About D oclock yeaterday morning he was awakened by severe pains under the left the Indication of an attack vt Ho thought little of It for a few and as the remedies which were applied proved Dr Fisher was Dr Fisher used every means to aid his but as the doctor grew rapidly Dr Morse and Dr Howard Thurlow were called The former when lie arrived was rec ognized by Dr although at this half an hour before his he was unable to and his breath ing was Nothing that the SEKGT THOMAS and in the fall was injured in the ab domen and He was in the hospital at Fernandlna In and for timo his life was despaired but he recovered and came Since received his discharge he had been a telegrapher In Tha Globo rep resenting the Postal Telegraph com Cuutluueil on tho Third Coiitnneil on the Third House Cleaning Time is close at and no doubt youll need to renew some of your and perhaps to have some of your furniture re upholstered and or maybe some of it has served long and you will wish to re place it with In cither it will pay you to call at the big uptown furni ture and carpet store of PLIMPTON 1077 Wash ington near Ten For just 10 no offer you a choice of any Spring Overcoat in our stock for Former prices were to but fio will ljuy any of them King Largest Clothiers in the Washington and Kneeland Our hat Is THE March 19 for Monday snow high northerly For New Hamp M a s s a c h u s o t Rhode Island and Clear ing In the early morning generally fair Monday high northwest For eastern New York Fair high northwesterly March serious con flict between the police and people of Havana Inst night resulted in consider able shooting and From 30 to 150 people were some Among the injured is Police Capt ICs formerly a colonel In tliu Cuban Ever Kiucc the police Interference about a week aiio with the demonstra tion in honor of Gen Maximo they have been unpopular with the pop who jeer at them and declare them let no opportunity escape to criticise the denouncing the arrests as unfair and charging the police with trampling upon the rights ol a free The police are virtually in tho position ol men who have the people fear them in1 order tb secure as they have no record to fall back upon for Lust nights trouble occurred at a public mulatto ball in San Jose an unsavory Many Cuban colonels and captains among at tended the A policeman on duty in that following orders to pre vent a crowd collecting In front of the building where the ball was in asked a group of men to go in or to His request was and after repeating he was attacked by the whtfreupon many Issued from the set upon took away his club and revolver and handled him The policeman immediately notified and 20 reserves were or dered to the scene of The crowd had prepared for their It is said they opened with a revolver lire upon the which the latter re tho shooting being kept up until the ammunition was Tho opponents of the police acted in the affray with Many who were in tho building mounted to the which is comparatively and flred upon the police from that They were apparently well and this together with tho reso lution with which they seems to confirm tho belief that the attacking pnrty was mostly made up of Cuban as ordinary civilians would have fled from tha revolvers of the po Many women were A report is in circulation this evening that two of the Injured civilians have succumbed to their but this IB not Among those seriously hurt are jio lloemen Donate Enrique Munez and Benlgue and civilians Jose Etouo Alberto Alcja and Irene Public opinion respecting the police is Some sustain them and others charge them with interfering with tho rights of the As tho facta become opinion Is increasing in favor of tha It is reported on good authority that many who were wounded withdrew hastily because unwilling to have it known that they were American troops were to the soene when the trouble was and numerous arrests Police Captain who is well known In Cuban military Is so badly injured that fears are entertained that he will not Police inspector Kaoul who came Into notice on the day ot tho CONTENTS OFTODAYS Ill MO The suspicion grows that the Windsor hotel firo was of incendiary with robbery as the motive no bodies re covered Rioting In streets of partici pated inby Cuban officers trouble start ed over police ordering crowd to dis perse from 30 to 60 people wore What appears lo be bomb thrown by n man on a ear platform In iho It foiled to explode for tha rcauon tha it struck on the wrong death of Rev Dr Gum bart oC the Dudley st Baptist Death of Sergt Thomas Co 2d who was the telegra pher In the war balloon at the battle of El Rebels routed with heavy loss Gen Whlaton goes on a punitive sweeping the country for 11 Ill Be Discourses by local Henry Maxwell of New Bedford returns to civilization after 19 years Yesterdays storm and Its Irritating federal troops hold in readiness to Evppress rioting1 at Story of Liouis Plouffs escape from death in electric car accident at MU1 IOKC Knockout powder used on cashier by two men in attempting robbery at Description oC the Clarke school gym Frank Brown of Rcadlnit commits Kipling much better will be allowed to leave his room In a few Steamer returns from the wrecked Castillan and reports that wreckers are tearing the ship to Boston lodgo of Elks elects Lieut Lang practically under arrest at Washington as result of JIuj Sow ells IliKO Sergt Mason testifies before court of inquiry that an ngent of Armour Co told him preservatine was used on Pres McKlnley Jekyl Island today Speaker Reed already there it Is will attempt to bring about Speculation the capita as to the significance Spuukcr Reeds visit to the south during McKlnleys visit Mrs Martha Place to pay death pen alty in electric chair at Sing Sing prison and will be attended and strapped into the chair by a Ten people killed by the at and four at Waynes bo 1uttc Final figures in Massachusetts In tcrulub league tournament other bowling Aaron Snow oC al leged to be u 3lx men attempt to hold up hack car rying four men and driver at North Rowing plans for the season Interest in the Metropolitan and National re gattas schoolboy crews will receive every encouragement from the Work of the new defender proceeds steadily at the Herreshoffs Funeral of Rev Dr Heath of St Thrown on Gar Platform in the Disaster Averted by Mere WORK OF Growing Suspicions to Cause Struck the Floor on Wrong Dropped by Man Who Rode in the Motorman Then Carried it About in His Goat Officials of the Elevated Very Has Every iparane of Being an Rev Dr McElveen preaches sefmoii at file Shawmut Congregational Woman calling herself Little Canary steals 2DO from a confiding Providenco Mulders of Cuban claims In tho Unit ed States said not to be likely to secure prompt Peoples Messenger boy sent from London to Chicago with a mcsaagc on LI 1 Continued on tUo Second Local forecast Partly fair wealhor brisk to high westerly The temperature yesterday as Indi cated by the thermometer at Thomp sons sea 3am Gam 9am 12 m 3 p in 33 i p m 8pm 12 mid average 32 Tho Globes forecast for weather Is now Indicated for the greater part of but probably followed by increasing cloudiness in tho after noon or evening and rain or snow dur ing the night or Wednesday morning It will probably bu slightly colder in the with moderate freezing tem followed by warmer In the afternoon and Given away 20iW checker at Marsh Dem onstrations of Meyers Putz Cream metal polish Iw fc Strong Wives Can keep things shining If they hare anything to offer rery easy terms tula monciL FURNITURE You can Iuve your uliolce of our CARPETS Oholoe of our t I DOWN I JER Parlor Suits 91 and 91 WEEK Ohoioa of our I DOWN I PER RANGES and 91 WEEK Your old slave tulcon In exchange tor a new Baby ft I DOWN I E Carriages and We pay freights to any Iowa la New car fares wlthla SO ot BostonMail orders given careful mall Free at ROBINSON I4O Washington Hock Aduini Number of deaths In the 5th Massa chusetts from sickness moro than 150 percent greater than that Of any other regiment at camp Men of the Stli Massachusetts expect to be at home curly next Members of Qulncy citizens temper ance committee hold jublleo Woman ot Port S held by man in front ot train police search Ing for Bishop Liiwrcnco speaks In praise of mission work at meeting of the pal city Longlcy of Bath will today be elected clerk of tho common council for the 28th 1nso Close of the Sargent portrait exhibi Likely that the Harvard st and War ren av Baptist churches may consoli Insc Readvllles entries most satisfactory to management horse show attrac tions news for Some of the Boston players will dodge the south this season Solee will start with some of the team Bouts for this week Kid McCoy and Joe Choynskl will meet at San Fran cisco next Friday Iu so Ten steamships long overdue latest report from tho Castllian moro steam ers for Boston fruit Among the William Murray commit suicide In Waltham police 1uge Important auction sales of horses and Page Program for the entertainment of Gen and Mrs Miles during their visit to this city and Miss Emma Clark of Northampton burned to Capt who commanded the cruiser Boston at o take charge of Brooklyn navy yard this Death of Dr David Evans at his Cam bridge New Hampshire man struck by a carried some distance and found to bo Death of Tom FHzglbbon of Spring A disaster which would in all proba bility have resulted In the death or In Jury of scores of people was averted Saturday night at the Park st station of thfi It WUM only ease of good forlnnn that a oltyht inches in and lillcd with what Is bolloved to btS explosive failed lo It was thrown on the front platform of a car by a but struck the Hoot on thu nonexploslve it appears that at Saturday even inga Newton boulevard Bea con swung around tho curve a the Park st The car was In charge of motorman Charles Bailiff and con ductor There woro probably 45 or 60 passengers on tho car when It reached Park passengers had left tho car a man of ordinary and wearing dark halted when ho reached tho The at tention of motorman Bailiff was at tracted as he saw the man throw to the car platform with much force something ho held In his Ho how that it was only a wad of papei or a piece of wood thrown into the sand But when the car started around the loop Park st he was curious to know what tho object was and picked it up It had all the appearances of a dyna mite and he called tho conductor They made a hasty and then Bailiff deposited It in the sand pail Fearing that perhaps some one might board the car and in some mannei tamper with the causing the thlnt to he carefully picked it up and put it in his outside coat When he reached the Newton boule vard again he made another examina tion and was satisfied it was a stick of He then replaced it in his pocket and for two trips carried Bailiff runs the night and after his second trip after finding tho bomb placed it In his locker ut the Res ervoir onr After that he worried considerably or his and yesterday noon ho carrlet tho thing to tho main ollico of division 9 and placed the cartridge In tlio keep ing of division superintendent Yesterday afternoon an expert In ex plosives was called to the Allston olTlne of the company and an examlni The expert was satisfied that tin stuff was and concluded thai It would be unwise to go any furthei with tho examination unless it be in an open field or and so informed superintendent It may be stated that It will be stll further examined What The Globo prints today Is trua In every and notwithstand ing the efforts of superintendent Stearns to throw the newspaper men off th scent and the reticence of the Tha Globe was enabled to eather the de tails until the story is quite complete There Is no doubt that the man who droppod the package is a fo had tho thine exploded he certainly would been hurled into eternity with the rest of the passengers on til car nnd tho many others who ware In the When he left the ear the man walkec briskly to tho exit and mounted th stairs to the street two at a time An accurate description of tho bomb or cartridge was obtained late last night The Hunter A Gentleman s Smoke The Hunter Cigar repre sents hard earnest and successful effort to make abetter cigar in every respect than was ever before sold for a new crop and the high est order of Cuban work manship make it a perfect No purer smoke is All shapes and Oc Tour dealer has HARRIS 269 Washington Opposite Water though not frotn Mr The IB about eight Inches In length and weighs about one The uutsld wrapping was of heavy dark brown wrapping caper In the form of paste board nnd tho Inner cover was of tin The tin was evidently much fo it had lost Its The cap of sot In about half or three quartern of an Inch of On th outside wrapper near the cap wore printed These were In closed In a and tho wording was us follows JKxolto at this A short distance If rom these direction wero tha figures The wrong end was much denied by Its contuo with the cur It Is finite Bvldent motorman Halllf hud boon instructed by his superiors t keep u allll tonvue In connection will the und tho other men about the stables had also evidently been A call at the homo of Mr Bailiff dls closed tlio fuct that he not at homo but was running on tho Peai at subway The starter ut the oflic Informed Tho Globo man Bailiff would not bo back until p It wa then shortly before Tho starter wa asked If tho motarmnn WUB on his wa In or out oC He was told that 1 was supposed ho was on his return trip The starter ohanued bin evidently and said after ho did not thin Bailiff would bo ut the stables unt nearly s Continued on the Twelfth Caught in a They Fight Work on Ruins Delayed by Heat and Not a Body as Yet Five New Englanders Who Had Been Reported as Missing are lieard From Tottering Wall Threatens Houses on 47th and the Occupants Ordered Out by the Helen Gould Warned That Her House is Not Remaining Chimney Blown Down With Some Valuable Trinkets and Trunks Taken From the Crowds Flock to the Scene of the Finally Routed with Heavy 2 Americans 20 Among Latter is Lieut Frank Gen Wheatons Brigade Goes on a Punitive Prisoners Say the Fill pinos Are Santa Will ally Be Tata NKW JTnrcli horrible nisnlolon toctuy Hint tliu AVImlHor old lire was tho work of Many of the sucsts who luicl loKt llidr frlnnclH und all their valuables opunly leclarcd that thieves had set tho bis lotel on fire for tlui purpose of creating i panic nnd looting the Tho po Ico were investigating thilr sttorlis very closely today and iiuestlonlnjj tho our men now under No bodies woro found though 400 men worked all day In tlio 3ome of the standing chimneys woro A section of the roar wull fell just as four mon left tho top of Several unman were added to the list of nnd as many moro taken off because the persons supposed to bo lost are The police said there must be at least 30 bodies In the A huge crowd watched the though ine lire lines kept them a bloclc nightfall pressed toward tho ruins Irom all ovor town and Iho hub Thilr proMiiicu proved that nil llio iHojilo havo heoii liiMiilriul with liK may by tliu tuiurlllcu of human lii It was and ovoryhuily was friH for the And it sectmeil as if everybody hud gone to stand by those ruins or HH near as the rest of Ihu crowd and tho police would let It took a cordon of big as a ships hawser to keep back thesis Tho lino reached from Madison av on tho east to midway of tho blocks be tween uth and Fortyeighth st bounded It on the north and 45th on the son No one could pass tho barrier unless he had a badge allowing admit tance within tho linos or else lived wltn In Iho proscribed Tottering ChimneyBlown AH tho day woro on the cars on Madison av and on GUi av added move TIDINGS OF NEW March Mary Lowrie and daughter of this who it was feared perished in the Windsor hotel fire in New were heard from Mrs Lowrie telegraphs her mother that both were saved and are NEW March Helen whowas at the regained consciousness today and said her home was at She is stronger NEW March Evangeline Adams of Boston and Mrs Emma Brush of who were thought to have been were found at the Con tinental hotel In addition to those named above tho following Now Enelander8 are ainona tho list of the survivors of the hotel fire Louis Bailey and Mr and Mrs Baloh of at the Manhattan hotel Barton and Miss Barton of Provi at tho Holland house Mr and Mrs Burton of at the Manhattan hotel j Mr and Mi s Millikon of at the Manhattan i Mr and Mrs Bodeuberg of at the March p of tho rebels recently expelled fromj Cavlto and the small towns In the vlclnj Ity of Puslu combiner and last iilroaily company of tho Washington tletucliiil post at about a and L half southeast of I oil Immediately rein theAmericans with two each of Hit Wiisliliifiton and tho OregonT Tho post had held the enj piny in anil the tire of the relnJ forcing companies repulsed flrlvJ ing them aerusH to m island formed tho They woro thus In front ot the 22d Ou discovering that they were the rebels fought desperatelyl aided materially by tho jungle and tha darkness but they were completely with heavy after two hours The Americans two killed and 20 among latter Lieut Frank Gcu Whoaton deckled to punish thi and ut daybreak today his brlgfl ado started In tho followingorder Cth holding tho extreme right the Orcgon volunteers holdingthe tho Washington regiment keeping to the cdsc of the and the regulars occupying the right of the line which swept the whole country alonjj the In a southeasterly direction toward Gen Ovenshtnes Tho lino thus extended over two miloi ot rough and covered wittf thick advanced 11 Thi enemy tho last of them being sees about this At scarcelj any time did tho Americans get wlthli 1200 yards of The troops are returning to Paslg tqj exhausted by the hard worl under a hot Tho Oregon regimeri had ono man killed and four wounded and tho 2M regulars one Aq cording to tho official reports no fewa than Filipinos were Geu Otis says the American army gunboats now command the estimates that property of tho Insuij gents valued at has been dd while quantities of rice auj sugar and 400 tons of which Is ve valuable havo been Many of the prisoners represent the Filipino soldiers are Th generous treatment that the American administer to tho native prisoners au wounded seems to Influence the Insuil gent army In the opinloj of tha tho Fillpln leaders will continue to provoke nghd Ing just as long as they can retain hold upon their because the removed from tha actual All nearby streets were blocked by thou sands people eager to get a night of the place where the horror Many more stories of thrilling inter est were told today by po and Several more heroes came to light who had not been hfard of At 10 oclock tonight Inspector Cross ordered all tho people living in the houses from 1 to B JiJust 47th st to leave The gaunt rear wall ot tho which still stood on tlia north erly side of the was tottering and swaying in the Inspector CrotiH said it might fall at any moment and bury Then begun an exodus from all the threatened whoso Inmates had felt comparatively With the order en mo a warning to Helen Gould and tlic members of her house their home being at 5th uv and 47th Few took tlmo lo gather up any but ran for their Tho flickering naphtha burners that il lumined tho ruins cast a red glow over the scene as the wealthy householders fled for Besides the Goulds on tho Mr and Mrs Arthur von Uriesen lived at Mr and Mrs James Huyden at Mr and Ulnsmoro ut 7 and Miss Uorlic at Hundreds of thousands of people to the ruins No event In years has aroused so great u horror nnd in Kverjr street In town led to that ono growsomu block on Dth whuro still smoked und steamed the pile of brick and twlstud iron where once tliu splendid Windsor hotel had lluln kept no one From when the last of the chimneys blown by till lung Continued oil the Tlilrd DOUBLE SPRING and rnuro to the Each car reached tho lino full from south and north ulike and wont away The east and west side elevated brought thousands who came to watch the gruesome So the overworked j duty had been almost continuous for 48 their hands All the re serves from tho nearby stations wero there all day as well as the entire bicycle squad of 70 The scorchers had their own way today If any went Coil tinned on tlie Fourth Again and Again experience has demonstrated the superiority of Hartshorns Cough Balsam For the euro ot Itti Grippe and every Throat ami Made of Honey and Vegetable It cures when nothing else 25 SO IIY ALL U11UUU1STS AND DEALEliS To the owner of this chair tho ei of the day Is not to be invaJa by Here is leather luxury carried to highest It is Is known as a double spring rockq that it rocks iii every diractlq forward and It is like a seat on top of a great load of cept that U has a luxurious back side There is no other chair la our that is quite like it in point of con It combines the feather tho swinging Indian se and the ordinary easy The upholstery is Tp ciiair is all heavily wlj covering of the red leather Paine Furniture Ci DRAPERIES AND 48 Canal   

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