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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - January 1, 1901, Boston, Massachusetts                                Wi i M of 23 in MISS FRANCBS daughter of JbDGB of is at present la as Corresponding Secretary of toe Higher Educational of that Cursd of la grippe by I Four Pemqcjfats Voted for the Quay WilHgiiii Who Received 100 Votes io 99 for Gen William m Death of John iss FRANCES tary of the Higher Educa tional writes from the t Perutia wtthl vetyMiteflcfal rest t ji ifrusi T S tor attdrefommsnd it to those stall I larly I La Grippe strictly epi demic is to a variety 4 of acute catarrh which is so contagious and runs a more or less tjie same as scarlet wliooinns fa During the acute la grippe it is not a very fatal but the conditional which it leaves the system has caused the death pf a countless Indeed nearly every person who has had la grippe within the last three years cases and have been saved but tens of thousands have not yet and con tinue to suffer dropping into the grave one Peruna cures catarrh In all stages and whether acute and is therefore the most effective remedy ever devised for removin derangements which follow T Samuel M York all the T amue M York letter Week rVas if IKUC0X1 grippe catarrhal youfor advice After two bot tles of Peruna I found myself well of la and my hearing was fully re My health is better than it has been in five wife improved in health verv much after taking M writes as follows Three years I had la grippe and pulmonary I was very I had hemorrhages of the lungs nearly every day fora and three bottles of your Peruna cured The doctor Jan branches of the Pennsylvania legis lature met In biennial session at noon The feature of the occasion was battle between Quay republicans ahd allied forces of the antiQuay re publicans and democrats for the con trol of the house of re sulting In a victory for the Quay William Marshall of Allegheny was the choice iof the Quay forcesfor speak while the democrats iamd antiQuay republicans were lined up for Gen Ham Koontz of the anti Quay The membership of tydeks fthapefedwithrtealins oar the a vacancy and other household MOOS amd battery upon John Maloney of 142 Qulnpy The assault occurred early this morning on Shawmut near Wheeler Maloney was severely out and was removed to the city JOHN Proves in Roxbury District Court That the Goods in His Possession Were His Owh Private i John hotel Beacon Wh9 was two t MRS finds Himself more orless aatl tarn now in rlxr A j1 Jl r fethe perniciouseffects of this vast oiily know with what Peruna would relieve them of all f the bad effects whiph la grippe f brought upon untold of suffering wbuldbeavertea Thousands heaM how quickly fois remedy will cure these NEW BATTLESHIP Formally Turned Practically but Will Not Go Into Commission SAX new Battleship Wisconsin been formally turned over to tlie goVernment by the Union Iron The vessel IB practically She is not expected to be placed in com for some Standard for Champagne Quality is This Is proved Pommery Cham pagne commanding Highest Price tho world owing to Its inimitable Boston has the bestA arc street light ing in the This system is now being adoptedin other and for all com mercial lighting the customer wants We own the parents for and supply this light to all our arc light cus Our incandescent lighting and power service from our mam moth new power station i pf the very Send a pbstalfor our repre sentative to BOSTON ELECTRIC MOHT 94 Ames better health than I have been for many 1 highly recommend Peruna to all my neighbors Peruna is mv I shall always have Peruna in the MissCaroline Address The Peruna Medicine for a free Winter which treats a diseases peculiar to BARGE COOK JUMPS Suicide of Charles Hanson of Hoboken i Between Mfnots and Early Yesterday Jan The barge Webber of the Central New Jersey railroad with coal for tho Lehlgh Wilkesbarre companys wharves in this arrived thie Her captain reports that the Charles years of jumped overboard between 4 and 6 am when between Minots and P V had served as to the man at tho wheel at 4 a m but was not seen after 6 oclock It Is presumed that ho deliberately Jumped In the JBjth Of 154 are arid 49 defaio i Senator Shyder of Chester county was the choice of the Quay faction for pivs ident of the aiidwas elected by a vote of 86 to 18 fbr Senator Nldler of The senate then took a recess until after in the the proceedings began with the formal swearing in of the mem after which the rollcall showed Nominations for speak er Benjg In thenames of Mr Mar shall and Gou Koontz were As the voting progressed It was seen that the vote would be It was announced as 100 for Marshall and 99 for Four democrats voted for 11 Mountfortf was ths to the satisfaction of the court that the goods Hi his possession rwsre his oWn private of Prisoner Was Result Was Announced Was a Surprise to Ttiose in K i i i Who Expected a Kansen lived in He had DELAWARE REPUBLICANS Addloks and AntiAddlcks Factions De cide Upon Division of tha Legislative Offices Between Eacfi Jan Delaware loglslatuae organlaed today at oclock after the Addloks and antiAddicks re publicans had held conference that the morning over a division of the officers of the senate and house of The factions Jointly control 29 of the 52 members of the and they had decided to consider a proposition that would enable to divide the The antiAddicks members were given first Ellison of Mount Pleasant for president of the The AddlckB factions then chose James Mopomlmons of Wyoming for speaker of the The other appointments were then each factlonchooslng PERISHED OF GOLD IN City Hospital Authorities Wlsfs to Find the of an Unknown Man About 35 rears The city hospital authorities wish to find the relatives of an unknown man about 35 years who was found by the police at the corner of Pitts and Green Dec 27 suffering from and who was taken to the city where he died the same The man waV B feet 9 Inches and weighed 170 He was cleanr shaven and light hair and brown lv Felicitations General Over the ing of the New McKiniey Throws Flowers to Three Little Children Who Had Greeted William Nagle was this morning declared not Jgullty of tlie death of John Hnyesby the Jurywhich heard evidence iji the superior criminal c j yorcllot a good deal J3 the nature of a as the general opln of thosewho had followed the fiVl paper men as to Whether he tteslrefl to say anything regarding his replied in a deprecatory manner triat did care to say anything what had been said at the scenein fthe courtroom did noiiVit take more than r had his 6ri f disagreement of the the N JNagte Iiadeitoad the or at i30i The Jiiry agrped a deal of the trial without and sealed i while the witness stand gaVjs V1 hjblUoh nerve liijit often TAere a rum6t V ih nniirtrrttimfe TVdfi COlli iti xwae qoni SHE Jan for New England Pair colder with wave Wed nesday fair colder in eaat portion fresh westerly brtslt on the For eastern New Torlc Fair much colder with a cold wave Wed nesday fair colder In south portion fresh westerly The Temperature The thermometer at Thompsons spa records the temperature up to 8 p rn as follows 1900 8am 8 a 1801 SO I p a v ni l 37 FROM THE BLANK BO0K CORNER MANY OraDERSOF MILK Judge Adams Finea a Large Number of Dealers and Violators of Oleo Law Pay the There were very jew new cases before the municipal criminal court this morn Only 14 men aild two women were found by the police The rest of the docket was oojpeepondlngly In the second session Judge Adams passed the most of his time settling milk The following sellers were fined each foi Violations of the law Charted 14 Avery st Annie 65 Poylar st Annie Chamber of Commerce building Henry Mori 643 av Oreste 2GO MaPsajhuBetts av Made laine 16 Ruath Margin st John 65 Charter st George J417 st Maurice 840 Cambridge st John Geb 34 Wyman Jamaica Plain Jennie 47 Charter etj Miles 74 Somerville 472 Rutherford Charlegtown James de 200 North st Samuel B7 Market Cambridge1 Ja cob 14 Barton st Henry Tur 28 Belvldera at Mrs 374 Columbia ay LesJJe Smiths new engine house Clqrenep Iff Wal ker stj Clarence 72 Pearl Chariest own Ksther 6 Park man sjt Georgia 18 Clarendpn st Thomas 360 Columbus av Katberlhe 117 Dover st Ed ward 50 Crawford Box bury James d fy South Margin at 256 Shawmut av tToJin 20 st Peter 9 at Somerville Italia jjwysMe Melrose Georgg MacQBrtMgJTlTr Court Jjf 37 NiJrth ajid Pellx fie North were Sued 410 sacb for selling low Jacob 8 Causeway and Washington the qlftomargasine were also fitted i Eleven Quests of the Vendome Had to Open Now Century by Escapes In N Ight from N Jan 1Several perilous hard the part of the firemen and much excitement marked the scenes at an early flre which practically destroyed the hotel one of the oldest and most popular hostelrles in this city causing a loss of Eleven gueats were stopping at the hotel and were asleep when the flre broke soon as the tlamea wore discovered the occupants of the hotel were quickly awakened and got out In although several of the guests had to be rescued from their escape by the stairway being cut off by the The origin of the flre la GAMBLING ORDERED TO Mayor Van Wyck Takes Steps Toward Closing Some of New Yorks Dens He Will Leave Devery NEW Jan The Evening TeJ tegram today says r With the end of the iCentury Mayoii1 Van Wyck took steps towards putting an end to a6 a practically gaming ifcfeort in thts city is closed The mayor ordered that this be and Chief of Police Devery promptly obeyed the He issued Instructions to his captains last and the keepers of the vari ous establishments were given the tfp that this time there was to be no fool Police Commissioner Hess term of office expires at noon Mayor Van has given assurance to the friends of HegB that he will con tinue a member of the present board at least for the This retention of OommlsBtoner Hess i understood to be equivalent to an nouncemcnt Mayor Van Wyck that he will not interfere to brine about of Chief pf Police LACK OP HONEY THE Citizens Law and Order League Goes Out of The Citiisehs law and order which was orgftniaed In Boston ago to better enforce the Hquof hue gone out qf tack of money is From an annual income of mpre tteaa the receipts dwindled untU they otffy amounted to Itoe prganioation left a debt of several hundred riollars to be paid Tins menSfeeiuWj Wastince Jan 1In the long line of New Years receptions at the white which each year inaugu rate the social season at the natlona none perhaps was more brll one which today ushered in the 20th Perhaos no feature of It was so unl versftllv to the distinguished throne whlph came to extehd the greet of the New Year to the chief ex ecutive ofthe as the fact that the mistress of the whitehousewas able to nartlcipate In occa and with the receive the felicitations wishes of The grounds of the manolon presented a stirring scene as the carriages begAn to arrive and the Jong line of army and navy officers in full uniform formed the left of the massive under the glamour of myriads of electric which were reflected In the happy faces of the shifting all was The marine stationed under the national airs find lively marches throughout the The members of the cabinet and their together with the ladles of the receiving were the flrat to They laid aside their wraps In the state dining room and ascended to the private apartments of the where they exchanged greetingwith Pres and Mrs The ladles of the receiving party entered the red and blue parlors and took their places behind the Meantime the ambassadors arid min isters of foreign with the at taches of various legations In their gorgeous and resplendent court uni had gathered in the state dining Promptly 11 oclockthe bugle sounded the approach of the presidential led by Col Blnkham the officers jWers most master and ley of marine the president and Mrs MeKinley descended the wain followed by the members of the cabinet and their As the party passed along to the re ceiving room the president reflected Sn his smiling lace his health and happl Ho repeatedly to the crowds assembled in the greeting many of with well wish as of the Mrs McKiniey also be stowed her gracious greetings upon many In and when three sweetfaced children near the front greeted her with a Happy New Year she took a handful of buds from her ex quisite bouquet white roses and tossed them to The parfy passed into the blue parlor and took their places while the full marine band burst forth with the stirring strains of Hail to the In addition tb tha ladles of the cabinet the following Invited to oc cupy places behind the and nearly all of ttiera were present Mlssas Miss Mies Misses Misses Miss Mrs George Mrs Davis Mrs UTS Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs the Mtejes MXR Mre Cabot Mrs Mrs James Miss the Misses Mrs Mrs Mrs Redfleld Miss Mrs Henry Mrs Jo seph the Misses Mrs William Mrs Eugene Mrs Miss Mrs Mrs MB George Mrs Mrs Di Miss Mrs John Miss Miss Wil Mrs Mrs Miss Mrs i Mrs Mrs Miss Mrs George Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Van Miss Mrs Mrs tho Mieses Mrs Philip the Misses Daniel Man Mrs Charles Mrs Har rjet JJtine Miss Mrs Mrs James Mrs Mrs Emmons Mrs Bucking Mrs Mra Nicholas An Mrs James Mrs Mrs Mrs Hel Mrs Henry Mrs the Misses Mrs Mrs the Missefl Mrs Tcnney Miss the receiving party had taken places the long lineof guests be gan to in the line came the ambassadorsarid ministers from foreign accompanied by their full At their1 Ijead wag the venerable and dignifletf Loid Brttfcth am dean of the diplomatic 4n full uniform of his high diplo matic Wtth him were Lady Pauncefdte and the honorabte Miss Paunoefoto and the ambassadorial Following them came Baron theItalian ambassador Dr Von Holle the German ambassador Cam the French ambassador Count the Russian and Senor Con Mexican am each accompanied by his staff and The French ambassador re turned only last night from hav come on at this time to to the president the felicitations of the new The Chinese in Ms rleh orl aooompunfed by Mmo n elaborately embrojdered at tracted much After the nmbasBadora and ministers ame the chief justice and associate ustloes the it S fcuprssme thfe of the court of senators and representatives in former abinct officers and ministers of the Jnltcd As the guests npw to move from room to TOflra of the spacious mansion overcome when clerk Manning read out the finding of the juryi stand ing outside the tottered andlooked around him in a dazed as though he was about to The ex treme tension of the and the long suspense which must have been his since the Unfortunate took having been he was ap parently unable to stand the terrible and woufd to all appearances have fallen hadnot his Elbrldge grasped him by the and quickly led from the His Mrs who has been In the courtroom all through the trial and was sitting In of the rear seats when the verdict was rushed her brothers and while the tears of Joy streamed down her uttered i words of godd cheer and en couragement to the already overjoyed A largecrowd of sympathizers who1 seated around the couftrbom also crowded around the defendant aa he left the room and went with counsel Into an adjacent Herethey remained for a little congratulat ing Nagiejon his and Indulg ing in varied comments oh the All were apparently as happy as was the defendant Meanwhile the1 four sons of John who have fbllowed the testl niony in the cnse closely from day ito from a bench at the side of the room opposite to that on which the jury left the courtroom when the verdict wns announced without muking any comment on That they were disappointed at the result for after the jury retired last they looked for a finding entirely different from ithat which was announced this morn When Nagle and his counsel and sym pathizers had In the anteroom for about 10 and the acquitted de fendant had to some extent recovered his he left the accompanied by Mr started for the office of hie BartJett inThe He looked deathly but but acknowledged the congratulations of friends who rushed up to him In the Nagle did not display the slightest of but rather acted as If he de sired to escape even the congraulatcry ejcpresslons of his Replying to a question the news the totis morning verdict was one of the unreliability cf such rtimora OOMK inR from juries iriade ii a matijer of uncertainty what Ihe result cheerful manner of the various jurors as they passed to their room before entering the and pleasant In a measure prepared the onlookers to the court room for the finding which was read a few minutes later by clerk It is understood that tho first ballot taken by the jury on retiring yesterday afternoon showed that ilght favored the acquittal of and the other four were for hie The great question at issue was whether or not Nagle wasjjjgtlfted in striking the blow on the 47 Frnklin St All of Printing and trutinsr for Typewriter letters l and Inquirers receive our POOLE PRNTtNG CO ODD LOTS a scene at beauty tnd brilliancy met the From the state dialog room the guests itito the red where the rich red tapWtrh8 aafl walls get off with a wealth of foliage The WvJe roortt was the Center of at jiafty tjie members cabinet nd their wives and THE AND PEIOE BEND FOB of the room a Jine ol aisle which Bates Yeras COH SUMMEfi AND use anpflr lotof not over 2 or 8 pairs ofIrish Point mirtalnst selling a few such odd lots this week a great They are goods whieh ordinarily sell at f 10 aaft We will fill your order from o9d this weeJc at the regular pricejjbut charge fiiAlnns Nothing whatever forfpolesf pialtlifeorputting teaaiiles of Beav in wttotl these is a private pattern designed toief us ioade our special ordW 131s SwltzerlW They rfiflned the Btorjnf fha   

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