Boston Daily Globe, October 29, 1900

Boston Daily Globe

October 29, 1900

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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 29, 1900, Boston, Massachusetts if YOJ WANT TO HIRE HELP IN A HURRY ADVERTISE INTHE DAILY OVER NEW ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY GLOBE VOL LVIIINO OCTOBER 19QQTWELVE 111K GLOIUS NBWSlAPEU PRICE TWO The Greatest Medical Discovery of the KENNEDYS MEDICAL 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 two cases both thunder He has now in his possession over two hundred certificates 1 of its all within twenty miles of Send postal card for A benefit is always experienced from the first a perfect cure is war ranted When the right quantity is 1 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 one tablespoonful in water at bed Sold by all COFFEE You mav Juflt ns ronaonubly expect to buy Java Oofeoa for one cent pot pound 09 lor 20 or 25 cents por You buy Very Fine Coffee for 25 cents Very Good Coffee for 20 cents FairlyGooa Coffee for cents and wo sell them for wnat thoy uro mid by tholr right 42c 55c Porto lOc 70c BOSTON BLEND Boston Blend Is grot and packed In our own nnd IB the most uniformly satisfactory eoffOB ut a mod erate price ovor sold on this of any of nboro coffee sent express paid to any address In Now England at single pouuil CbNTENTS OF TODAVS Poll by New York Journal shows Bryan will be without New but will probably carry that Question lot Eastmans defense causes much interest in Admiral Dewey will not attend the funeral of his brother In Montpelier to Bullets found in George Baileys body stated by experts to have been fired from rifle of Boers have sharp fight at Hoopstad with Cape who abandon two maxims burghers have men In the Charges that Croker received money from bondingcompany for use of his Sermons in local Better wants to wager or any part that Bryan will carry Kentucky bet on McKinley carrying New York by Senator Frye talks says Scott didnt say trusts were a good thing criticises Bryans Philippine plan wont talk of Roosevelts manner on the Two blind boys missing from the Per kins institution for the Bates Yerxa 680 Washington 6 8 Fanesti Ball I 87 Causeway 274 Friend SUMMER AND CHAUNCY Quo block down from Washington BMW 2T V EXPANSION The addition to our Tactory is We now have a frontage of 172 feet on three v Stillman and This is the larg est Factory in New Englandused solely for the man iifaoture of The sale on Blaok stbne Cigars is mil lions any Boers Attack a Patrol of Gape 53 Blackstone British Lost Seven leu in CONTENTS OF TODAYS GLOBE Capt Belgler has flght with 400 rifle led by white name In Luzon David deserter from 24th warns his old Comrades not to fall into his hands Gen Hall sustains hardships in trip through mountains to Gillmore discredits the reported tor lure of McDonald and Venvllle latter looked as if he could not half an hour when companions were hurried Jiugene Debs addresses rousing rally social AntilmperiaHst league publishes state ments of contending candidates on the question of the independence of the Grand jury to take up Jennie Boss chieter murder case at once Dr Towns 1 end makes statementdamaging to four accused Alleged attempt at highway robbery in Contents of the box found under me corner stone of the Baptist Sermon by Rev Green of before tho police force of that Boralma and Senator L will be driven double for the worlds team record at Readville Wednesday by John Shepard news for Bowling news and Three bouts tonight of interest to Bos ton sports Corbetts statements re ceived with James Trasle of Peabody assaulted and robbed in Sermon by Rev William Seaman of Salem on The Greatest Political Herreshoff mapped out the plans for a new Blip defender months Page Dudley Dean tells what Harvard must do to defeat of next Saturday Yale consoles herself for her play Satur day by thinking that Princeton did Harvard protests McCracken of the of team Yale not worrying about Saturdays game football practice has been unusually Interesting this Bryan attended church In New York and was followed by a crowd of admir ers to his hotel great preparations for tonights meetings on tho East side and William Ziegler will equip an expedi tion to search for the north Peoples freight wreck on the Pltchburgf near Roberts New class formed in the elementary section of the Peoples singing Page John Fitzgerald of Marlboro under ar rest for attempt on tbe life his Botticellis famous The Ma donna and said to have purchased by Mrs John Prof Frledrleh Max celebrated dies at aged New York police endeavoring to fix responsibility for millionaire Ricas death upon Patrick and Observance of old peoples day by Congregational Winches Savartjiahs maeniflcent Catholic cathedral Page dally lesson In history Rev Samuel Burehard at meeting of clergymen to welcome James Elaine in New made the alliteration ol Romanism and in j Fuse Noyes summary of the remark able position of the money market Europe at the mercy of stock boom In New with shops in Eng land and shows how America will soon control all the worlds Iron and steel Dedication of remodeled St Malachyg which in the future will be known as St Pres Mitchell advises Plttston miners to go to work today f expected resump tion will be quite Comment in Waltham on arrest of Hmery for setting fire to the South side fire Paste News of the harbor front schooner Mary Powers Among the Pttgre New Yorks But He Will Carry the Empire Besides Others ElevenWoundedand Fifteen English Abandoned Two Burghers Now Have Men in the Divided Into Commandoes of 300 Men Rumors AM the Juliet From Groaans Nature of Those Fourii in Baileys Shown by Said to be of Same as That of in So Says the New York After a Careful Poll of All the States Ken North and South Dakota for the Democratic Act of But CajaUe li What is Said Regarding Experts Cap Belonging to the Prisoner Found to Have Two Holes in That Grogan Had Talked of Bringing Suit Against Theory That Revolver Used Now 1 Developments of Great Important auction sales of horses and Page State board will attempt to settle the cutters strike at the Plant Pres ISllot Harvard says he will vote for Negro beaten death in a race riot In New Mrs Colfrrove withdraws en tries from Chicago horse show because not permitted to ride her hqrses Body found in Portland harbor Oct 24 Identified as that of Charles Charles Pray taken to New Hamp shire in connection with the death of George in Pres McKinley and Gov Roosevelt passed quiet and uneventful one at other at N Thirtysecond anniversary of settle ment of Rev Martin Howard over Wilbraham Congregational If you haTe been pay ing for a trial of Doug las shoes will convince you that they are as good in every way and cost Over AFTER A MAN IN A MtVernpn Police Think He May Have Been the EmbezzlerDrove Off at Reporters NEW Oct Mt Vernon police are trying to locate a man who was seen driving a runabout near the Alvord residence in Mt Vernon at 3 a m The man was of large frame and tho turnout of a stylish The driver pulled up at the entrance to the Alvord residence and was about to when reporters on watch started toward He immediately resumed his seat In the whipped up his horse and drove MrsAlvord was twice visited by her who said this evening there was nothing seri ous In her only other vis itors were two men who arrived on the 11 oclock train from New York and re mained until They declined to state the nature of their Reports by telegraph from correspond ents all over the country indicate that the report of misdoings have been spread far and and that he Is being looked for in many Lessar proprietor of a barber shop in is convinced that a very nervous man whom he shaved on Monday evening was Oct Journal to morrow will say Bryan will be elected without New hewillcarry this Leaving thisstate out of the calcula he Is certain of 197 With the SO votes of this Bryan willhave or more than enough to Leaving New York Bryan wiil need only 27 votes to Illinois and Delaware will do or Illinois and North Any two of In diana and Ohio will win for Tho states that are conceded to be doubtful have a total of 117 electoral Out of this 117 Bryan is as sure of gettingtho needed 27 as he is sure that he is a Bryans chancea In Indiana and Illinois are better thnn There are a dozen combinations that mean defeat for Mc and William Bryan will be tho next president of these United With the purpose presenting accu rately the latest phases and actual probabilities of the presidential in those states which it is generally con ceded will decide the contest between the two great the Journal has secured exhaustive reports from Its spe cial the noteven excepting has there been the same enthusiasm in this city and Eighty percent of the German votn is for Forty percent of the old soldiers will vote against The negro vote is split in The farmer vote lustwhereIt was four years it being less subject to change in Indi ana than any other The Dunkards and the Amlsh are sdlll for The railroad vote willbo over 60 percent for the demo cratlc The miners ure enthusi astic for and the democratic otate The factory employes are making the republicans more trouble than any other National Cornmltteeman Taggart and Chairman Martin are absolutely conn dent ofcarrying Never before has there been as good an not even in and never has the secured so responsible men for election the Democrats Say They Will Carry Presidents Own State and Republl cans Have Cut Their Estimates Oct 28 demo cratic state committee has completed a THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK A WEEK BEFORE Now lllimlc Oonncctlcu I Pennsylvania ll New 10 H Wisconsin 18 ls Total One pair of Don elas nlll positively out wear two pairs of ordinary shoes We are the largest makers and retail ers of mens shoes In the We make and sell more shoes than any other two manufacturers in the The reason more Douglas shoes are sold than any other make is because they are the best that can be They fit like custom made The style is the best and always up to BEST Dtvu We sell direct from fno Jrougij our 61 stores in the large The extra middlemans profits that others Uave to charge we add to the qual of Pouglaa BT BEST Kfl nijflC SHOE niinr SHOE The reputation of Douglas shoes for and wear is known everywhere throughout the They haveto give better satis faction than other because the standard has always been placed so high that the wearers expect more for their money than they can get HOSTOW Watching at Boston Pinkerton detectives were actively in evidence about many of Bostons hotels last and the statement was rnada that they were on the lookout for Alvord the missing note teller of the First National bank New Passengers from Havana NEW Oct 28Slxteen persons who arrived yesterday from Havana and were sent to Hoffman Island for were released this morn ing and brought to the PLIMPTONS Prices on high grade Furniture of every description have a merit all their no better DINING SIDEBOARDS OR DINING CHAIRS have yet been offered in Boston than those put on sale in the Big Up Town Store this at prices nothing short of PHENOMENALLY 1077 Washington near IJvery kind of Fine Liberal credit without Established nearly New York North Dakota Indiana California 8 Virginia 0 Virginia 12 North 11 South Carolina n 1U Florida 4 Alntmlim 11 12 lit t Loulsluua 8 17 Arknnsns 8 South Dakota 4 10 15 4 Wyoming 3 Idnlio S Utuli 3 Nevada 8 Dot to a dis patch from Cape Town the Dally Mall a force of Boers attacked and a patrol oC Cape with a convoy near OritngB River last and a sharp fight The says the wore compelled to abandon two max reinforced by the yeo they succeeded in getting away with the but they lost seven 11 wounded and 15 The colonials were outnumbered 10 to and the engagement lasted two The Boers have men in the nearly half whom are in Orange River These are di vided Into commandos of some 300 but are capable OH combination for large CHURCHILL WONT APOLOGIZE Will Withdraw If Rosslyn Will Take Back His Libel on Four Famous Cavalry Oet solicitors of Winston Spencer Charchill have written to the solicitors of tho Burl ol1 Rosslyn the name of Mr apologize for Mr Church ills statement at the recent banquet of the Pall Mali that Lord Rosslyn in dispatches and letters from South Africa to English had libeled British officers and made asser tions that were nothingshort of false morning Mr Churchill writes to the Daily Mall repudiating the sugges tion he in moved by personal feel ing against Lord but pointing out that thu carl Is responsible for a UbelCjUs statement concerning four famous cavalry After saying if Lord Rosslyn will frankly withdraw the alleged Hbeloua he Mr Churchill will be the first to regret that hard words have been I He refers to his action regurding Lord Rosslyns misleading account of Mr Churchills escape In South point ingout that this resulted In the pub lishers withdrawing Lord Rosslyns book from and in Roas lyn wrltlne to Mr Churchill that the passage was not Intended In an offensive sense and should be expunged in future Kruger to Arrive Wov 11 or Oct 28 Transvaal agency announces that Mr Kruger will arrive at Marseilles on the Dutch cruis er Gelderland Nov 11 or THE When Instructor Charles Eastman of Agassis is placed on charged with the murder of Richard Qioean what will bo his defense Will lie stick to his orig inal story of accidental or will ho abandon it aivd claim that ho shot Grogan in selfdefense On the other when the question of motive is reached in completing the chain of will tho government attempt to show or succeed in showing that Just before his death Richard Gro gans business relations with the pris oner were of such a character that a suit was Imminent Whether there Is substantial basis for the assertion or such a statement is among tho lat est to bo mado in connection with the case in The question of defense is creating considerable interest in that city now that the arraignment is over and noth ing remains so far as the public Is con trial sometime between and Three Theories The numbodeHR theories put forth from time to time since the shooting have dwindled down to al a duel tho two and In connec tion with the last two theories several new details are coming to tho surface of interest to the The story of accidental wast told by Eastman The night of July after a long conference between Eastmanand the Cambridge and before the formers Edward Jfl his gave out a state ment to the In It he saiil there had been no illfeeling to his Knowledge that the two families had dined at Grogans house that during the morning the men had been putting oft and in the afternoon had been shooting ut a target that previous to the accident they were using a 44 callber but stopped because It made too much noise that each had a 32callber It was further said that Grogan was facing the ready to and Eastman was standing one aide hand ling an oldfashioned once the property of thoir Alvan the famous Eastman was trying to move the when U was the ball striking Gro gan in tho left It Is that Grogan foil upon one and as he fell his revolver the ball strik for Bryan for yvioKlnley Do u tot f u I Total Necessary to These correspondents were directed to carefully Investigate the to get the candid opinions of the best in men of both parties and of in and to send the facts that grew out of this The Journal mado it clear that It wanted the information for its readers and that it must bo absolutely accu rate in order to have any news The work has been well and carefully done in line with these The result proves that the democratic party has been steadily advancing in and that the election of Bry an and row is National Committeeman Taggart and Chairman Martin are Confident of Carrying the State for Oct 28Careful reports Indicate that Indiana Jn demo critic Isever In the history on Oct for Monday and Tues day partly cloudy Mon rain on the south coast probably rain fresh to brisk northeas t erly For eastern New partly cloudy Monday Tu e sday probably rain fresh north easier ly Local forecastMonday gen erally probably followed by rain vi tAitj it tvmtMimtr cugo land careful poll of Ohio and as a result claims victoiy for Bryan in the presi dents own A conservative estimate places the democratic plurality at The poll and the republican managers agree with the that nil of tha cities will roll up democratic A hope of the republicans lies with the country Hamilton gave McKinley in is concddecl to the republicans by democrats this fail by Cuyahoea gave McKlnley Franklin county and Lucas 3000 In These counties will be found in Bryans column this Franklin county is Atty Gen Mon netts home Golden Rule Jones re sides In and has never carried his home when lie himself was a factor In the Mayor Jones has a following of more than mostly in and the If not all of these Continued on tbe Second during nlRht and Tuesday morning easterly The temperature as liiUl cntpd bv the thermometer ut Thomp son epn 3 a a m a m Im 3 p m G p m Opm 52 12 mlil average temperature yes terday 52 The weather as Indicated in Irwine cities at 8 oclock last nlgm New York Washington Jackson ville Galveston Detroit 56 St Paul Salt Lake Eastport At 1inla Tampa St Louis Chi Duluth Denver Port Philadelphia ing Eastman in the left causing a slight fluHh and that Eastman rushed over to his tisslstanco to help him into the Eastman told prac tically the same story to the police after his The success of the police In securing a witneBB who saw a struggle brought out tho fact that there had really been n and Eastman said after Grogan had been shot ho came toward him with a aueer look on his face and fired at Regarding the The testimony of wltnesseH in the lower who saicl that Grogan claimed he had been and the testimony of experts in firearms beforo tho grand it Is claim that the bullet which was taken from Grogans body was not the which was flred from tho oldfashioned re will undoubtedly be used to com bat Eastmans of his sworn statement before the grand Jury as a witness In the in quiry Into the cause of Grogans death was the same that he had given the poUco before the case was brought to any In connection with the experiments carried on with the revolvers and bul an interesting Intimation is made that tho government gave Eastmans experts every facility for carrying on tiif selfsame experiments the govern ments experts had It is further Bald that thoy agreed that the bullet oould not have been discharged from tho old It IB this fnct that hus brought out the Inquiry Will Charles Eastman nbundon hits original story and claim selfdefense V With the statement that experts are agreed as to the bullet and the kind of there Is another article which was founJ by the police the night East man was first charged with Since the first allusion to it in The Globe of July G it has been kept in the It is a gruy or bi cycling the property of found on the grounds where the nhoot ing took Just the visor Is a a mortal from the effects which ho was rapidly flre twice at Eastman in rapid succession in an endeavor to kill him boon stated a short times before his consulted an at torney In relation to beginning an ac tion of some sort against It Is known that this has been told to the and whether they succeed in obtaining a verification oC atate ment will be determined at the ADMIRAL DEWEYS Wires His Condolences to His Relatives and Regrets That He Cannot Attend His Brothers Got Dowcy has wired his condolences to his relatives in Montpoller and his regret that he will be unable to attend the funeral of Edward hin in Montpelier tomorrow CHOKERS iNFLUEHCL Charges that a Certain Bonding Com pany Secured it by Paying a Percent age of Their Net NKW Oct that for tho influence of Richard with the government of tho city of New York the United States fidelity and guarantee company of of which Andrew Frceclmun is vlco is compelled to pay HO much n arc made in two letters given out today by the republi can national It is de speak for From the letters It appears that Gov John Tanner of Illinois suggested to Jamas insurance su perintendent for that to have an investigation made of the Baltimore bonding This investigation was Accompanying tho report made by the examiners was a letter to Vancleave signed in ac cording to the copy given out by the re publican committee were mentioned cer tain facts not in the body of the It is stated that when the company decided to locate in New York that it was necessary to secure the Influence of Richard Croker in order to receive a fair of the city business that surety on contractors bonds and on employes of tho That influence had to be paid and It was done by paying Croker a pcrcont on the net profits of the company on business done fill AiJ Governim ill to Prove Oct bullets found by medical examiner Pinkham in tKe body of George Bailey were flred from 38callber Winchester repealing l This hus been determined after experl ments covering a period of five They were made at New Htwen but the officers are not ypt j finished in their tjjt State officer Proctor returned to this city He went to New Haven last Thursday and took with him the rifle found In the kitchen of the Breakheart the two flat tened bullets taken the murdered man several cartridges from a box of ammunition in the For two days the officer remained ati Contlimea on tlie Secona The General Excellence of American Whiskies Makes Them THE BEST IN THE The Special Excellence of Makes It THE BEST AMERICAN In New According to this letter there was paid Croker In 1899 as brokerage tho companys profits for tho year bdnt about It la BtatnJ also that In 1900 Croker received of which was his contingent commission for It In stated that tho board of direc tors licurtlly concurred in tho Mr Croker maclo light of the against htm there is nothing now in that he my connection with the bonding company was before the Mazot Tho whole thing was threshed I suld ana I nay that I have a perfect right to go into any private business and that my business affairs are my private af Those figures are I have never received any such amounts from the bonding and the books of tho company will show that I never got the sums stated In that fakedup Heavy Eegrlatratlon in Oct 28The regis tration In this city is a gain of 8798 over four years fit Full to Per According to IttaIDB Btnto lain followed by clearing wea ther in the afternoon or night Wednes day fair with somewhat higher temper ature easterly winds becomingvariable by Tuesday France and Russia Hay Oct semiofficial Pol Hlsche Correspondent asserts that France The Auckland Bank TOASTING TOUTS The Globes forecast for Tuesday and WednesdayContinued unsettled wea ther in New probably with ragget while at a point near tlie crown is a smaller cleaner In Begarding a When asked to explain the hole in the front of the Eastman is said to have claimed that while discharging fireworks Grogan sent the ball of u roman cundle through In line with tho murder theory this and after have dc cap euggestcd the question Did Gro clded to the AnCloacrmaa OCTOBER Capita Surplus and Un divided Profits This Bank Has Bemoved to 2337 WASHINGTON The latest festivity is a low Toasting Thin five to six feet in the and a clever woman i prepare such an appetizing that you forget that trade is dull on a rising Of the centre of attraction Is the open and the of the whole picture is the vro More and more with year the wood mantel is attract he attention its prominence We now employ designers all year round on this one specialt They never halt in their each month sees new patterns addj to our permanent Mantel J Eight times as large a stock Mantels as any other furniture hon in Lowest Paine Furniture DRAPERIES AND FURNiTUfi 48 Canal ;