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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - April 6, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts A shoe Hunting for a Jolsin pc buyer for a car Wear out Baal estate. Pat a a a add in the Globe and hell come to you. A in Bolton Bailo a lobe. Hem Tea and Farina _ a a Oak be dial owed of on Lex tenements rented it in Gaad anything a cents a Globe wast and at vol. Xxxix no. 96.Boston. Monday morning april 6, 1891�?eight pages. Price two cents. Contents of today s Globe pm a t. Benefits of manual training discussed before Central labor Union new system of payment in fall River Mills Philadelphia labourers insist on eight hour Law. Destructive fire in Lowell masonic Temple and Irving bloc nearly destroyed Public Library damaged. Rejected love leads to the suicide of the German actress. Anna Hagamann Parnell demands the release of political prisoners Italy a trouble with America threatens a pending loan. Michael Cavanagh charged with haying caused his wife a death. Joseph Gann of Hartford eats old Iron and carpet tacks and cannot Rye. Padre fire conspirators taken in by inspector Byrnes. Or. To Rod Beck says Goodby and father Doyle pronounces his first Benediction Rev. J. Savage comforts the troubled word from Boston pulpits. Letter of commander Veazey to the g. A. R. Posts to be read at 8.30 tonight. Quiet Sabbath in the Coke Region trouble feared today strikers courage unbroken. Memorial of Reilly meeting at Arlington. Boston association team to open the season in Baltimore successful financial season anticipated base Ball notes. Townsend writes of the estimate As to what Parkerson and the new Orleans affair will Cost Uncle Sam. Plan to popularize the game of Cricket Page 4. Mangas amp a mangasarian lecture on religious Progress. Review of the reciprocal duties of Italy and the United states. Emma Abbotts ashes will be placed beneath an elaborate Monument at Gloucester. Success of Frank Daniels in a Little puck talk with Rudolph Aronson the wizard of Light opera. Pue s. Photographer Hemmet of new York believes Downes made phenomenal time crack High rollers of tile Casino Bowling club Fitzpatrick and Burns to meet tonight b. A. A. News. Peculiar freaks of lightning it takes Refuge in a new York Man and he to now a human Magnet. Magnificent entry for stakes of the new England trotting horse breeders association. Page a. Or. K. K. Noyes styles religion As All wrong. Page i. Canadian ministers in Washington to begin today to talk reciprocity with or. Blague. Reception to archbishop Williams by Tho St. Vincent de Paul society. Ship arde Craig arrives Boston yacht Seneca runs Down a Schooner other mishaps. Newfoundland refuses bait to Canadian fishermen. Sketch of Michael Norris of South Boston Over too years old. Shrouded in red. Anarchist Frick lies in flaming state while most talks. Pittsburg april 6.�?the obsequies of anarchist Joseph Frick took place this afternoon in an undertakers rooms nearly Lobo people being present. Johann most delivered the Eulogy and took advantage of the occasion to make an Appeal for anarchy.,. The Damp and Man was attired in Black. A blooded Scarf encircled the Throat and a blood red Rose was pinned to the coat Lappel. Around the foot of the Bier boated Ilia told of a car Tuik anarchist to a. The rests beneath the casket were draped with Bunting of the same sanguine Hue. Two booklets of fresh Field Flowers Lav on the Collin lid and Over the coffin there Bung two red garlands. B. Faxon a exhibition or. Ibarr on a White House pansies. Received honorable mention mom this Massachusetts horticultural society. Seed of three pansies ran be obtained at or. Or axons seed store a so. St., Boston ma88. Good foe boys. Manual training mates them better men. So mechanics Are told toy messes. Ripley and Dewey. Skilled workmen Benefit labors cause. Philadelphia labourers demand eight hours. Fail River manufacturers meet proposed legislation. About Iso delegates representing 58 labor organizations of Boston were present at the meeting of the Boston Central i Abor Union in typographical Hall yesterday. Credentials were received from Union 71. Of the Boot and shoe workers International Union cloth hat and Cap makers Aud typographical Union. 18. The eight hour committee reported a change in the Park commission and that the attention of mayor Matthews had been called to the fact that a yet no reply had been received relative to the request for a meeting in Franklin Park on May i. Assurances were Given by his Honor that the matter would be attended to As soon As possible. The organizing committee was instructed to assist in organizing the Wood workers and brass workers of this City. General Secretary Daly of the tile layers National Union was Given a seat in the body. He reported the formation of a Branch of the tile layers in this City last week. Bakers Union a. Reported a grievance against Dickinson a bakery which was referred to the grievance committee. Resolutions favouring the passage of the Charlet River embankment Bill and requesting All senators and representatives of Boston to use All honorable methods to secure its passage were adopted. The grievance committee reported having waited upon the mayor with reference to complaints from water works Assembly 479, k. Of l., and that the mayor had asked for further time to consider the matter or. W. Z. Ripley and or. D. R. Dewey of Tho Institute of technology were introduced of vice president Joseph Barker or. Ripley who was received with applause said he had been educated in a manual training school and thought Well of the system. He explained that he was not in favor of schools that turned out full fledged mechanics. But he thought every boy should be trained in the use of tools. The greatest thing he said is the Elevation of labor. The dignity of labor would receive its proper recognition through the manual training school. The uly fingered Chubby cheeked idlers who now turn up their noses at the Mechanic would not do so did he have to rub elbows with the son of a Mechanic at the work Bench of the schoolhouse. He would do away with every private school and compel All children of a proper age to learn the use of tools. Any training which will teach our children to be economical and teach them How to take advantage of the Laws of nature should certainly be encouraged. Teaching trades in schools is something i do not favor but there is a vast difference Between teaching a Trade Complete Aud teaching the use of simple tools. Prof. D. R. Dewey was then introduced. He said he had Given the subject of Trade Anions considerable study and Felt that he could speak on manual training in Public schools from a Trade Union standpoint. A we have in the town of said be. A the William ii. Lincoln school which teaches the following free hand drawing mechanical drawing carpentry Wood carving Wood turning sewing and cooking. A not to have had manual training in my youth to have neglected to train the ear the Eye. The brain and the hands has bothered me More than a Little. To train the youth in the use of machinery or tools is to relieve Tho Monotony of Hook training and he is benefited by this. A it increases a boys Clia Cesto obtain a situation when he gets through with his school term. He also has a Chance to judge for himself into what channels he will turn his faculties in order to get the Best return for Bis labor. The boy thus taught has increased chances for earning his living. He knows his value and will command better wages for his services. A the danger today for the skilled labourer comes from the growing a number of unskilled labourers and in proportion As the unskilled worker is reduced just that pro Ltd commercial in . Us a electric Lustre starch the Only starch which makes shirts collars and cuffs look like new. Blue packages. Loc. Each. For Sale by All grocers. Ladies enamel your a Snipes twice a year tops once week and you have the Annet polished store in the Eric Aal by All grocers and store dealers. Ill Mill portion will the opportunities of the ski Mechanic be increased. A i remember when a boy i carried papers. I then wanted to be a reporter then when my labors brought me around the courts i wanted to be a lawyer. I had no real judgment As to what i was Best fitted for. Quot give the boy a Chance to see what his tendencies Are and you will give him a Chance to get his full Merit. A it is the ignorance of the members of your Trade unions that you have most to contend with. By education of the boy you remove the greatest obstacle in the Way of your Progress. Quot i Don t believe the state should undertake the teaching of trades or professions unless it furnishes positions for those who arc thus both speakers were listened to attentively and their remarks liberally applauded. A rising vote of thanks was tendered both speakers. The Union voted to instruct its legislative committee to appear before rite committee in advocacy of the appointment of a commission to investigate the subject of manual training in the Public schools. The eight hour committee was instructed to arrange for holding an eight hour meeting on May i in Faneuil Hail. Secretary aural gains was authorized to notify All affiliated bodies and to invite the co operation of every Union in Boston and Vicinity. Public meetings ordered. Showed that Public meetings had been held in Somerville Salem. Dorchester and Brookline during the past week. The report of organizations showed Trade brisk in Many. A Twenty five local unions represented at carpenters Council there were 35 delegates representing 25 local unions present at the the meeting of the carpenters District Council in Templar Hail saturday evening. Hairy Lloyd of Union 33 of Boston presided. The re Ikirt of the organizing committee the Only perfect substitute for Mother s milk invaluable in cholera inf Antum Ano teething quickly Sabirai lated food for dyspeptic consumptive convalescent. A perfect nutrient Iasell wasting Disesso requires is Mim. Keeps in All climates or Jun for our Book a the care and feeding Bonu infant Quot mailed free to any add a. Doliber Goodale co. Boston mass to. De irom his buildings and had made a Public statement that he would hire Only Union men in future. The Delegate explained that the Boycott had been placed on the buildings four years ago after or. Saucier had refused to Grant the nine hour Day or hire Union committee on convention reported All arrangements Complete and the Outlook satisfactory for a successful meeting of Massachusetts carpenters in Worcester to Public meetings were ordered for Allston and Malden and speakers assigned to address them. Messes. Crowley pillar and Kean of the Central labor Union addressed the meeting of the clothing Trade Label and a special committee was appointed to investigate the petition for an Advance. Labourers on the Boston St Maine and Fitchburg systems dissatisfied. John h. Buckley of d. A. 80, executive Board k. Of l., addressed a Well attended meeting of local Assembly 1741, k. Of a n Lincoln Hall. Charlestown yesterday. The Assembly discussed the advisability of demanding an increase of wages for All labourers on the several steam railroads out of Boston. A special committee reported having Iven the rate of wages paid to labourers by Railroad corporations a careful investigation. And found that the wages were considerably lower than is paid to any other class of labourers in this City. The wages vary from 81.40 to 81.75 Der Day. And Only in a few instances could men be found who were receiving 82. The committee recommended sending a petition to the management of the Boston amp Maine and Fitchburg systems for an in i Rease of the lowest rate to $1.76 per Day. The report was discussed at considerable to of the members were in favor of making a demand and not a request. In the discussion it was stated by Many of the members that All the trouble came from under officials who tyrannize Over the men and took every Opportunity to reduce wages. Trackman Are loud in their claim that their wages should be advanced and Roundhouse men. Car cleaner switchman and brakeman strongly advocate making a general demand for an Advance on May i. The officers and cooler Heads advised presenting a petition for an Advance first and if that failed to report the matter Back to the local for further instructions. This handlers a As rasped the meet on the evils of the tenement advocated rotate assistance Iii securing Homes for wage earners. Ing at length system and will be paid by the hour. Manufacturers meet proposed reduction of hours of labor. Fall River mass., april 6.�?tomorrow morning a new system of paying operatives goes into effect in the Mills of this City. It has been the custom heretofore to Pey Many operatives by the Day and in consequence Tho help received As much for a Short saturday As for other working Days in the week of 60 hour. When a serious threat was made by the legislature to reduce the working hours one tenth the matter of wages was brought prominently before Tho minds of manufacturers and they decided to make a change. Accordingly they posted circulars Iii the various Mills notifying the Day hell that beginning tomorrow their wages win be paid them by the hour. A person who works seven hours on saturday will receive seven hours pay if he works to hours on other Days he will receive pay therefor at on hourly rate the new system will not affect mule spin ners. Weavers spoilers speeder tenders or mule draw my girls As they Are paid according to the amount of yarn or cloth produced from their machines. Men who care for opening and carding machines girls and boys attending ring frames and mules loom to leers in some cases general labourers in they won direct reduction in wages. Other Bein contend that the rest Given them by the weekly half Holiday will give them the increased strength and health necessary for getting the same production As under the old system. Unauthorized souvenirs. Typographical Union takes Steps to prevent new yorkers ends. President Mccraith of the typographical Union of this City called Ilia newly appointed committees together yesterday at the Headquarters of the Union. The committee on the reception and entertainment of delegates to the convention of the International typographical Union to be held in this City in june was the principal committee. It organized with the Choice of George Stephens. Of Obj a chairman and c. A. Braylee. A. J. Philpott amp co. Secretary. Hie committee was divided into sub committees As follows Hall g. A. Crowley Kenneth Mccaskill J. Mullen invitations. In Brodies Vav. Douglass . Ford souvenirs a. L. Brown e. P. Britt t. Ii. Gilman entertainment to raise funds Hugh of Halloran w. A. Smith Harvey chapped. Of Connor John Whitten c. G. Wilkins transportation Aud hotels Vav. Douglass. T. K. Mills. H. Braille. It was brought to the attention of the committee that two different souvenirs were being prepared by entirely unauthorized persons in new York simply As a matter of speculation Ito committee telegraphed tile officers of typographical Union to in new York the facts in the Case and notified them to use every Effort to prevent the merchants of that City who might advertise ii not warned that they were liable to be swindled by the persons who Are getting up the unauthorized souvenirs. City employees protest. They want pay for evacuation Day Labory Park Extension endorsed. Park department Assembly 7576, k. Of a held a meeting yesterday at thickening Hall 1783 Washington St., and discussed the reasons Why they should be paid for working on evacuation Day. From the statements made by the members it appeared that the City government had made the Day a Legal Holiday and the men worked an hour and a half in the morning and then quit work. They were refused payment for the whole Clay although the men in the Osiier departments were paid. It was voted to appoint a committee to ascertain the reason Why the men in the Park department were not treated the same As the other City employees. The Assembly also voted to appoint a committee to make arrangements for celebrating the fifth anniversary of the founding of Tho Assembly. Resolutions were adopted endorsing the proposed Extension of Charles River Park. Call upon legislators. Gas House employees wish the passage of embankment Bill. 4 Lusitana Hall contained a Large gathering of Gas House employees at the meeting of local Assembly 7597 yesterday. P. Kelly addressed the meeting. It was decided to hold a Public meeting on the first sunday of May. And to invite speakers from the District and state executive boards of the knights of labor. A Resolution was adopted calling upon All the Suffolk comity senators and representatives to use All honorable Means to secure the passage of the Charles River embankment Bill and to advocate the passage of the Bill giving the City the right to borrow three and a half millions of dollars to Complete the Boston Park system. Lynn Central labor Union. Legislators criticised and Industrial Alliance frowned upon. Lynn april 5.�? this afternoon s meeting of the Central labor Union was a very interesting one for several reasons. First the agitation on the part of the Union looking toward the abolishment of the contract labor system in the municipal government has received a great Deal of attention. The matter is now under consideration by a joint special committee of the City government., at the meeting today it was decided to jealously and Carefcl. watch the scions of the members of the two brandies of the City government relative to that measure. G. B. Of. Houston one of the delegates love led Berto death. True cause of suicide of Anna Hagamann. Parnell is the pod ring rain spoke for release of political prisoners. Italy a trouble with America threatens a fending loan. Dunlap Cable Berlin april 6.�?the world of society letters and Art is talking of nothing so much a the suicide of Anna Hagamann who was considered to be by far the Best looking woman on the German stage and who beside had a reputation for being a Good natured and confiding girl. She a last performing at the Munich court theatre after having been driven from the Berlin stage by the brutal treatment it is said she received at the bands of her husband. In Munich she formed a Bason with Hie leading actor. Bonn. She was engaged to him and the pair occupied apartments at the Villa de flagger. On tuesday afternoon they dined together for As it happened the last time. After dinner Anna went to her boudoir placed a revolver to her heart and so died. Bonn rushed off to the newspaper with a plausible tale of ramen the meantime the Czar devotes his energies to the remodelling of the internal admits Gatlon of the Empire. Much must be done dentally before Russia will be prepared to face a great european conflict Davitt not acceptable. Affair. The True Story As tit Globe correspondent has it from Good authority reveals another woman in the Case this person who ii ears the title of Royal Duchess and who is the grandmother of the Royal Prince and Princess had become infatuated with Bonn who was a frequented at the court of her relative Tho Prince Regent of Bavaria. It is said in Munich that her Royal highness if she once makes up her mind to possess a thing is riot particular As to the Means. The Duchess became so infatuated with Bonn As to place Lier Carriage at Bis disposal and to openly display her jealousy when Lier unfortunate rival appeared upon the stage. Boun was dishonourable enough to Promise his protect Ress to break with the actress but restored to the presence of his Fiancee he had not the brutality necessary to do so. But at last the Duchess As a last resource appealed to a false sense of Honor prevalent in Gorman society and which has worked no end of mischief already. 8he told him that As an officer or the service it would to impossible for him to marry the actress after Lia Vlug publicly lived with her. The scheme was Well planned and it had the desired effect for the unfortunate Anna made further intriguing unnecessary by lodging a Bullet in her heart. The Good people of Munich have not experienced such thrilling excitement before since the first report of the tragic death of the late Kin. Bonne a relations with the Duchess and his betrayal of Anna were Well known and the rest a an easy conjecture although the newspapers took very Good care not to even hint at the True facts. Spoke in a Ete Ady downpour. Irish meeting to demand surrender of political prisoners. Dublin april 5.�?notwithstanding a steady downpour of rain fully 2000 persons assembled in Cha mix bark today to assist in the demonstration of the amnesty association and protest against the continued imprisonment and alleged inhuman treatment of Irish and Irish american political prisoners by the British government. After speeches had been made by or. Kenner. Or. Parnell and others resolutions were passed calling upon irishmen at Home and abroad to nut Forth every Effort to so cure the release of their friends and demanding Itiat the government hasten the a in Aga the liberals whom he accused of Law is unconditional surrender of the prisoners. Or. Parnell a speech was a tirade inst continued on the accent fags. Making political prisoner while the con a Lem. The same thing and John Daly and pm Servat Ivos released them might occur again others convicted of perjury during the liberals tenure of office be liberated by the conservative government. Why. He asked did not or. Gladstone release these prisoners in 1886? he Gladstone did not hesitate to stoop to ascertain the opinions of Dyn miters in America As to whether they would accept his Home Rule Bill of that year and even went so far As to receive some of these people at Hawarden. Why did not he release the prisoners at that time Here a voice exclaimed Quot Why did no to you make conditions a while cries of Quot kill a Lynch him a were raised. In reply to his questioner or. Parnell declared that the Irish party never made conditions with the government. The prisoner. He said would rather rot in jail than accept anything but their unconditional release. Italy cannot afford War. Her trouble with America already lessens chances for a loan. Paris. April 6.�?Tho conflict Between Italy Aud the United states continues to attract attention. Sig. Unquote a former Garibaldi an now editor of the Poque. Tho Organ of the italian Colony Here said in an interview today a of course there will be no War. Tho Kepu vilcans in Itaev who form a powerful minority entertain a Friendly feeling toward America and would consider a War with the United states simply an attempt to discredit in Tho eyes of the italian people Republican institutions. A Baron fava a greatly blamed for creating Tho difficulty. He is an aristocrat Aud is not in sympathy with Republican institutions. His reports to Tim italian Cabinet doubtless coloured by his own antipathies precipitated matters. Tho Poque faithfully reflects the feeling of Republican Italy in advocating big. Raquel a a View of the situation does not cover a potent Factor which Hun Given the italian government Good reason to pause in its hostile negotiations. Financial mouse Here having the closest relations with italian houses state that in Italy widespread commercial troubles Long chronic Are becoming critical and that apart from Italy a overwhelming Public debt which would disable her in an attempt to go to War unless backed by other european Powers any measures Impe Rilling peace would produce a general financial crash. Already an effect of the american italian difficulty is Felt in the hesitation of French financial houses to proceed with the negotiations pending for the prospective italian loan in which German houses Are also concerned. _ must take what we have. Whitelaw Reid fusses opinion on the Talleyrand memoirs. Paris april 6.�?the discussion As to the authenticity of Tim Talleyrand memoirs continues. Whitelaw Reid the american minister said today a there is the whole matter Iii a nutshell m. Acc ont and the Duchess Dinot the literary executors of Talleyrand copied the originals for reasons having no material bearing on the matter and declared the copy exact. A the originals will probably never be found so if we Are going to have any Talleyrand memoirs we must take those published. The statement of Tho due de Rogilio. That he has perfect Faith in the genuineness of the memoirs ought to have great weight. His honesty is beyond question. A russian army not ready. Much must be done before Russia is ready for european War. Pabis april 5.�?president Carnot will not visit the Moscow exhibition although he has received a cordial invitation to be present. A High personage in the russian Imperial Council is opposed to the taking of any step that might appear to confirm the current alarmist rumours and it is for this reason that the president has decided not to go. At the. Foreign office Here no credit is Given to the reports circulated in London Aud Berlin regarding the czars alleged in Tention to precipitate a War. On the contrary the fact is recognized in official circles both Here and at St. Petersburg that the russian army i8 not yet in a position to Fin an aggressive War. Under it is understood that an entente with France has been arranged for purposes of defence at the present time and for offensive operations in the More Remote future. Iii new Houi sewing Mach ins too Tremont St. Reason for his rejection considered to be a Mere pretext. Copyright London april 5.�?sexton, speaking at 8hgo. The other Day announced that he had advised Justin Mccarthy to recommend Davitt to the government for appointment on the Royal labor commission As the representative of Ireland. It is Learned tonight that the government have intimated to Mccarthy that they cannot appoint Davitt. The reason alleged for Tho refusal is that Sexton was guilty of a breach of Faith in announcing the recommendation before Davitts name had been formally placed before the Queen who is personally to ratify All appointments to the Royal commission. This is probably Only a pretext the True grounds of refusal being Davitts political antecedents. If he had been appointed on the commission he would have found himself addressed by the Queen in his official notice of appointment in the stereotyped phrase As our right trusty and Well beloved Michael which would have been rather a curiosity in political history. It is considered a pity that Davitt cannot sit on the commission. Ile is fully informed on All forms of oppression among the working classes and his Energy would assure an investigation of their wrongs. All a misunderstanding. Books of Tho Lowell Library destroyed. Company a office overhead was slightly damaged by Wator. Cause of fire unknown. William Mcdonald of Prince Edward Island a arrested during the fire charged with stealing from palmers store. Abstract building burned. Italy not disposed to push the matter so far of supposed. London april 6.�?the chronicles Home correspondent says the Cabinet a telegraphed to All italian consuls in the United state instructing them to act with calmness and prudence. The times Rome correspondent says a the arrival of the text of Baron favas first note showed that the misunderstanding was due to or. Blaine s interpreting the demand for a trial As a demand for conviction. The ministry is indisposed to push the matter beyond a demand for recognition of the Prim kilo of International Justice. Tim excitement has entirely German Fleet ordered to Chili. Berlin april 6, sent from Hamburg to Chancellor von Capri i showing that German exports to Chili heretofore amounting to 29,000,000 annually Are ceasing and that German vessels in chilian water Are unprotected have caused the government to order the whole of the German Squadron in chinese Waters to proceed to the chilian coast. Cable flashes. The French government has decided to allow Prince Louis Bonaparte to visit Paris no petition Wil is presented against the election of or. Collery Tho successful Mccarthy Ite candidate in the Pari Minim tory contest in North Sligo. A new russian 8 per cent loan of �20,-000.000 has been negotiated at Paris. The proceed will be devoted to the Purchase and Extension of railways. Gen. Boulanger has taken the palatial residence recently vacated by tile austrian ambassador in the Quarrier Leopold in Brussel. He appear to to plentifully sup plied with Money tile London standards Buenos Ayres correspondent says a president Pellegrini authorizes the statement that the government has decided on a paper currency Issue on a metallic Tho censor has ordered the russian press not to refer to the movements of the troops who Are to take part in the Maii Ombres on the polish and German Frontier. The manoeuvres Are of unusual magnitude. The Bonaparte family Council at san Remet resulted in Prince Louis retaining the property left by his father of Kypres eugenic granting Prince Victor a sum sufficient to raise his annual income to $22,500, exempress Eugenio is still wealthy though part of her Fortune woe involved in the recent troubles of the Baring Brothers. Pugilist turns murderer. His name Edward Hollinger but had fought no Battles of note. Jersey City n. A. April 6.�?Edward Hollinger better known As a big Hollinger a a coloured pugilist brutally murdered his wife this morning by beating Lier on the head and face with a lathers Hatchet. Hollinger was arrested three weeks ago for assault on his wife but was released on promising that he would live apart from Lier and this Promise he kept. This morning about 0 o clock he called to see his wife who with her two children had taken rooms in a shanty at 317 3d St. Mrs. Hollinger said she did not want to see him but lie forced his Way into the room where she and her children were Iii bed. He sunk the Hatchet Blade again and again in her Skull. Then after an unsuccessful attempt to kill himself he was arrested. He told the police he had deliberately killed his wife and was willing to hang for it. Hollinger is 34 year old and his wife was 30. They had lived together under an agreement but had never gone through a marriage ceremony. Hollinger say he met his wife in Connecticut three years ago. He is six feet tall Ana weighs Over 200 pounds. He has had several fights in the ring but none with any pugilist of note. The weather. Washing ton d. C., april 6.�?forecast till 8 p. In. Monday for new Hampshire and Vermont fair weather southerly winds warmer except in Maine stationary temperature warmer tuesday. For Massachusetts Rhode Island Connecticut and Eastern Newyl Ork. Warmer fair weather southerly winds warmer tuesday. _ brisk winds at the Light. Highland Light. April 5.�?brisk to High Northwest winds fair weather at Sunset. Chatham enjoying a Calm. Chatham april 5.�?strong Southwest wind Clear at Sunset. Calm at Provincetown. Provincetown april 5.�?clear and Calm tonight. The temperature yesterday As indicated by the thermometer at Thompson s spa 3 a. Rn., six 6 a. Rn., 31� 9 a. Rn., 34� 12 in. 38j 3.30 p.m., 42� 6 a in., 37� 9 p. M.,365 12 mid., 33�. Average temperature 35 is. Slashed her with a knife. Chicago april 5,. Jess Gallio today invited mrs. Cong Erie Val Lone with whom she bad quarrelled to come to her House and Settle matters amicably. Mrs. Val Lone came and after Locking Lier doors or. Gallio carved her visitor with a big knife so that she cannot live. Both women Are Bishop Brennan now. Erie penn., april 5.�?Rev. Or. Thomas Brennan of this diocese was today consecrated Bishop of the roman Catholic see in Texas. About do priests participated in the ceremonies. For partial deafness Only. The remarkable results which have followed the use of sound discs in relieving deafness has led Many to misunderstand its Power. Or. He a. Wales of Bridgeport conn., the inventor of the device says that they Are for partial deafness Only and do not As a Rule equal the Power of an ear trumpet. Fire sweeps to masonic Temple Anil Irvine Block. Tenants Anil owners Are heavy losers. Total loss is $150,000 partly insured. Memphis Tenn., buildings burned a other blazes. Lowell april 6.two of the principal business blocks on Merrimac St., the Irving formerly known a the Block and Tho masonic Temple were nearly destroyed by fire this afternoon. The Walls of the Irving Block Are standing but it is believed a new Structure will have to to erected. Tho Interior of the masonic Temple building is badly damaged by lire smoke and water. The Public Library is in the masonic Temple building and the Reading rooms for men and women in the Irving Block. One Story of the origin of tire fire is that boy lighted some waste paper in a Box in rear of in c. Church is songs store. Communicating with the Woodwork it spread to the store of . Church amp son and c. I. Vav. Maynard and had obtained considerable headway before the arrival of the tire department after the alarm from Box 56 had been sounded. Martin Crowell janitor of the building when the fire slatted went through the up per stories of he building and notified the occupants. One woman who a changing her clothing had Only time to escape in very airy apparel. Tho fire spread to the upper stories of the Irving building which. Eng spa. _. Mumm. A sri a Aux mrs. Grave. Kale Kenny or. Vigeant and i Barrington dressmakers or. And mrs. Thomas of Connell B. Harrington Christian scientist a and or. And mrs. Martin c. Rowell had rooms in the by the roomers lose nearly All their property stored in their rooms a Thor did my have the Opportunity in take Many articles of value before the fire compelled them to destructive fire at Memphis the losses. My this Tenn. April 6.�?the new seven Story abstract building and the Franklin hotel on Adam St. Were burned this morning and the Fellows building at the Corner of main and Adam a damaged. Tho loss to r. Dudley Frayser on the abstract building is $76,000, and that of Thomas r Boyle on the Franklin hotel $20,000. Sex District attorney Fellows of new York lose $16,000 of i building. Harp Inan Brothers cigars in the Fellows building. Lose $10,000. 8. Mayor a co., tailors lose $30,000 insurance not known. Sixteen horses burned. New York april horses were suffocated in a fire in a stable at the Southwest Corner of East 77th St. And Avenue a. About Midnight saturday night Tho stable a owned Ivy Fred Niemeier who kept a boarding stable. All of the horses were owned by outside parties. The Low on the stable estimated at $2000 on the horses about $4000. Lighted Cigar did it. Some one in the Camden House. 829 Tremont St. Threw a lighted Cigar from a window yesterday. Sydney Squires who occupies a store on the lower floor lost a handsome awning a a result. Members of chemical engine 2 were called but their services were not needed the awning was Worth $25. Vermontville manufacturer burned out. Vermontville. Mich., april 6.�?browning�?Ts furniture factory was burned this morning. Jaw from $18,000 to $20,000. Insurance about $5000. Hinge Veldt a silk factory burned. New York april 6. Hong eve ddts silk factory at Midland Park. A j., was burned last night isms $26,000. Fifty hands Are thrown out of work. H. _ dressmaking establishment were Hundred of dresses being made for customers and these Are a total loss. In Tim Reading rooms tile principal loss was the Complete file of Patent office report Bee patrons. Which had been constantly consulted by when the directors of the City Library decided to open nubile Reading room in 1883, a passage a opened from the masonic Temple building to Irving Block. An agreement was made to have a fire proof door Between the buildings to be kept closed night Holiday Ana sundays. At noon today or. Wyman on of the employee of the Library cloned that door. Chief Engineer Hosmer and his assistants knowing the weak Point Between the building a at that door. Cut men with two lines of Hose up the stairs leading to the Public Library. The men kept the water pouring on the a a fireproof door hut Tho volume of fire burst through it As if it was a piece of tissue paper driving the firemen Down the stairs into the Street. The chief Engineer at 2 of clock one Bour and 15 minutes after the first alarm was sounded called out the entire department. Although the fire a attacked from All Points it was 4 of clock before the Large crowd of Tropia gathered were sati tied that the Extension of the flames to adjoining building was averted. The masonic Temple building is owned by the Hock in Hosford of Tate and it is understood to he Worth $76,000. It i badly damaged by tire smoke and water. A. G. Pollard one of the trustees said there a some insurance on the building but he a not prepared to say How much at present. Tho building a dedicated As the masonic Temple fab. 18, 1872 it a occupied by All Tho masonic organization of Tim City. In the main Hail wore portraits of capt. Hutchinson William North. Judge w. 8. Gardner or. Spalding. Ii1 Charles Merrill Henry Fletcher. J offered Bancroft William k. Salmon Joseph Bulow and Rev. Theodore Edson. In another portion of the building were photographs of the past masters of every masonic Lodge Ever organized in Lowell. These were All damaged by water and smoke. A Hie chandelier in Tho banquet Hall. A gift of the late Edward Hastings and other valuable gifts from members were ruined by the fire. The City Library was in the second Story of Tho masonic Temple being removed there feb. 4, 1872. It contained Over 40,000 volume Many of which cannot be replaced. The circulation vane from 105.000 to 120,-000 volume a year and it is probable that Over 1000 volume Are now in the hands of patrons. In Tho Library also was a Cate containing Many relic of the later War. Contributed by Gen. Batler and other citizens. The principal damage in this room was by smoke and water. The stores on the ground floor of the masonic a Temple Are occupied by Charles a. Mitchell amp Booboo Aud shoe dealers and the Merrimac rubber company und they will be severe sufferer by the fire. The losses and insurance As far As can be ascertained Are of follows City Library loss $40,000 insurance $20,-000, divided in Lowell companies. Proprietors of Irving Block loss $17,000 insurance. $,. I. W. May Nard loss $25,000 insurance $12,000. Ii. Church is son. Loss $8600 insurance. 87300. Masonic association loss covered by insurance. A. Mitchell amp co. Loss $20,000 insurance $12,000. Merrimac rubber company Loos $6000 insurance $3000. Miss Frances a. Cady dressmaker in masonic building loss to patrons on dresses. Etc., #2000. Estimated loss to tenants in Irving Block above the Reading rooms $5000 partially insured. There is known to be one policy on the masonic Temple building of 822,000 in h. Church amp sons insurance office. The loss to Pilgrim commander on regalia is estimated at $4000,on which there is ail insurance of $3700, there will to some loss sustained by the knights of pythias in their Hall in the upper portion of the Block of a. G. Pollard is co., by water. In the dry goods store of a. G. Pollard so co., the Stock is estimated to a Worth nearly 8100,000. The damage by smoke and water is estimated at $10,000. And this is covered by insurance. Two member of the fire department were injured by falling slate during the fire hut recovered soon after being taken Home. Tile City Library trustees were at the scene of the tire tonight Aud made preparations to remove Tim damaged books to some other building in the City. The janitor of the Irving Block who is janitor of woman Exchange found on going to the latter jul building during the fire that some miscreant had turned on the Gar a my difficult to enter Tho building. A rough estimate of the loss on today a fire is 8150,000, and the insurance nearly #100,000. The City Library rooms were about the Only City property insured and the policy a placed some yearn ago against the opinions of Many citizens who believed in the notion that City property Seldom burned and practically insured itself. Lively Blaze at Gardiner. Gardiner me., april 5.�?fire at 1.45 d. In. Burned the store owned by Frederic Danforth occupied by a. Palmer As a Bookstore. Loss on building about $1000 i insured. Palmers loss $3000 largely i of Ovorus by insure Rifee. The Gardiner water would a human Ostrich be. Joseph Dunn fills up on of Iron Tenpenny nails machine screws and carpet tack a he in booked for Quot that Bourn. Hartford conn., april Gunn 18 years old is lying at the Point of death in the Hartford Hospital As the result of his rapacious appetite for Metal filings sore a and Nail Joseph has been serving out a sentence of one year in the county jail for burglary. About a month ago he a in great agony especially Iii the Region of his stomach and doctors were sent for. They were unable to find out what was the matter or afford any Relief Joseph grew worse and finally was enable to lie Down being obliged to remain in a standing position All the time. He asked Ono Day last week to see father laity of 8t. Patrick a Church and to him r Gunn related that about two year tie went to new York on a visit and dime my Young Gunn relate ago he went to be while there he dropped into a or ii m on tile bowery. M i he curiosity which most attracted his m. A a a human the Light of a person swallowing nails bits of lid Iron Etc tilled him with astonishment. Attention w a Tho son he visited the museum often during his stay and on ids return Home to resolved to be a human Ostrich too. He was at that time employed in the Hart Ford machine screw company and began his experiments with Viau bite of i in Iron til us gathering a number of boys in the shop about him. He told of tile wonderful feat performed by the bowery Freak and then proceeded to Swallow Iron filings. No evil effect were Felt from the first Experiment and Gunn often repeated the feat to the edification of the boys. Gunn broke into a store in this City a few months ago and a sentenced to a year in jail Fie got hold of some carpet tack in prison and swallowed them. Pretty soon the tacks gave out and Gunn fed on Nail. The doctors say he cannot live Nauy Days. Lost diamonds discovered. $10,000 Worth found by a Bell boy in Chicago. Chicago april 6.�?alvin Patton a new York Diamond merchant who was staying at the Palmer House called Friday night for a Box which had contained $10,000 Worth of diamonds and which he had put in Tho hotel Safe that noon. Opening it he found it empty. The diamonds were mostly in a splendid necklace and had been sent to Chicago to be shown to the wife of one of the prominent guests at the hotel. Or. Patton showed them to her at noon in the parlor and they were supposed to have been placed afterwards in the Sale to await the inspection of her husband. He was unable reexamine them however until saturday. After the Box was found empty there was Tho liveliest time imaginable in the hotel until Walter Ai Agate. The first floor Bell boy. Attempted to dust a piece of tissue paper from a lounge in the parlor yesterday and in doing so caused $10,000 Worth of Diamond to fall at hts feet Crew is scattered. Congress made a Relief appropriation but it has t been paid. New Bedford april 6.�?0. J. Silvia mate of Schooner Franklin which rescued the passengers and Crew of Steamer Lorenzo d. Baker burned at sea july 15,1890, has written the Secretary of the Treasury about the award of $3600 made by Congress for the Relief of the owners and Crew of tit Franklin. None of the Money has yet been received. Or. Silvia received word from the first comptroller that capt Henry Clay Tho owner of the vessel would have to writ the _ _ tribute among the Crow he must get authority from said Crew. Some time to come. Gold in Connecticut. Housatonic water company has found a Road to wealth. Birmingham conn., april 6.�?Gold-bearing Quartz has been discovered at the Quarry now being operated by the Housatonic water company for the rebuilding of the dam. It is said that it will assay about $10 a ton. And will be ground for Experiment in a Patent machine at the Birmingham Iron foundry capable of turning out 60 tons a Day and the Gold will be extracted afterwards by the use of quicksilver. Only two of these machines Are yet made. It is thought that they will revolutionize the grinding of Quartz which heretofore has been thrown aside owing to the Small percentage of Gold contained. They Are operated cheaply and the dust can also he used to some extent in the manufacture of porcelain Ware. Looking after tre fair. Massachusetts legislators pleased Chicago with Praise. Chicago. April 5.�?a committee from the Massachusetts legislature is Here investigating worlds fair matters. The members express themselves As surprised and pleased at the advanced condition of exposition matters. They will remain several Day greased from destruction. Portland. Me., april 6.�?steamer Maverick arrived yesterday. She was out in the late storm Aud was saved by pumping 300 barrels of Oil overboard. She lost her Forward House and but for the Oil would have gone Down. She had 1000 barrels of Oil in bulk. Usa Hartshorn Sarsaparilla and Iron. Work like magic. Boston March 20. 1888. I have been seriously troubled with dyspepsia for to years during which time i have had to use sex. Treme care about my diet and have suffered much severe discomfort and distress. I have tried various remedies and prescriptions without effect until a month ago when i expert rented with to it Onyx since using them i have been Able to eat anything that my appetite has craved without the slightest inconvenience or ill effect. They work like magic and i am Happy to say a Good word for an article which a benefited me so much. John v. Ham. We will mall a free Samplo to any Andraea. 014 by druggist or mum 7sc. Par Box. The Allston co. 13 a Ltd it it Bonum. Cavanagh accused alleged to have caused wife a death. She was toe peer to seek the Aid of a physician. Her body badly a railed hat band denies guilt. Roxana Cavanagh 86 years old. Died about e of clock last evening at the residence of her Slater 3 Cushman av., from injuries alleged to have been inflicted by her husband Michael Cavanagh who is now is to until about two week ago mrs. Cavanagh lived with Ber husband at 832 commercial St. Two week ago Friday night Cavanagh to alleged to have reached Home in an intoxicated condition and it is further alleged that during a quarrel he knocked Bis wife Down and kicked her several times. The following Munday mrs. Cavanagh and her son went to live with her sister Rebecca at 3 Cushman a. She told her sister of the alleged a Ault upon her by her husband and several times complained of no feeling Well. Neither the nor her sister were Well enough provided with Tho worlds goods to obtain the service of a physician Aud after suffering for a fortnight she died last night. Shortly after Lier death her sister Rebecca went to station i and reported the Case to Lieut. Hanley who started an investigation. Or. Elliott found that the dead woman. Is gems warn is mrs adored. Who was 45 year old. A badly Bruise about the Abdomen and body and badly Dis medical examiner Harris will make a autopsy today. Patrolmen found Cavanagh at a resort a North St., and took him to Tho station lie denied All knowledge of the affair when taken into custody and strongly asserted his innocence. Companions far away. Body of Michael Murphy found in new London Harbor. New London conn., april 5.�?8ome boy playing us afternoon near the Copper or Dock in East new London discovered the body of a Man floating in the water. The police and Deputy Coroner were notified and an examination of the hotly which was very much decomposed evidently having been in the water several months led the official to believe that it was the body of Michael Murphy who was mysteriously drowned about three months ago while going to a vessel in the Harbor on which a was employed. At that time the people on Shore heard Murphy a Erie for help. Two companions who were with him reported that he was picked up by a vessel that sailed away Early the next morning and that his ufos was saved. Murohy a companions were arrested the next Day but As they told a Plaus Ible Story of Murphy s supposed escape they were released and Are now far from Here. Murphy was a Well known Steamboat Man and had a Large acquaintance with mariners coming to this port. His relatives it is behaved live in Brooklyn. Fighting against sleep. Both of Detroit s racers May booms insane. Detroit mich., april 5.�?wonderland�?Ts turnstile clicked 10,000 time today for Many persons anxious to see the fight Between the god of sleep and Townsend and Cunningham who have successfully battled with him for 160 hours. Townsend dares not rest a moment from his wild Pace up and Down the platform and Cunningham is nearly crazy and seem Uke a Man in a dream. It is Likely thai they jul stay till i tomorrow afternoon when the race is up. Two doctors watch them All the time. When the race i Over they will be taken in charge by doctors who sax the men will go crazy or never Wake if allowed to sleep More than half an hour at a time. A bag. Containing $500 in Gold. Was Hung spin Plain sight of the men. Today to give Lorn courage. Threw vitriol in his face. Baltimore april 5.�?infuriated a the thought of her disgrace miss Lingle Uhl met George Zaiser whom she charges with having betrayed her. And threw the contents of a Large bottle of vitriol in his fact badly burning Tho whole right Side of i head blistering his bands and probably destroying tile sight of his right Eye. So popular has Rilla season Sarsa hoods become at this that it is now generally admitted to be the Standard Spring Medicine and blood purifier. The Peculiar Benefit you need so much you will find in hoods Sarsaparilla

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