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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - December 15, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts Vol. Xxxviii no. I68. Boston monday morning december 15, 1890�?eight pages. Price two cents. A Christmas suggestion. What a Man needs. When a wan is in a Funk he is Apt to be terribly d i s Lur bed by the fact that nothing can be found in its proper 8lace. Then is temper begins to Wear away and his troubles be Gin. Half the irritations of life might be escaped by having a a place for ordinarily a wan has few things to be placed except such articles of daily necessity As shirts collars cuffs handkerchiefs stockings underwear gloves neckties Etc. For these articles we construct a special piece of furniture in the form of a gentleman a dressing Cabinet. It contains a locked drawer for valuables a drawer for shaving utensils an adjustable shaving and toilet Glass a locked hat and Medicine closet and four deep drawers arranged for shirts underwear Etc. The Wood is selected Oak Xvi. Century finish with oxidized brass trimmings. This is a special Christmas production and we give it a special Price of $18, for the Holiday Trade Only. It is great value.48 Ganal past the Century Mark. Remarkable instance of longevity of a married couple in Minnesota have been wedded 80 years. St. Paul minn., dec. 14.�?the most remarkable instance of longevity of a married couple in the annals of Minnesota and probably in the United states comes from Lac qui Parle county where today or. And mrs. Daniel Salisbury celebrated the 103d birthday of or. Salisbury. His wife will be 101 years old on Christmas Day. Jan. 12 they will have Beon unmarried 80 years. Until quite recently they lived alone in a comfortable log House on the Yellowback River mrs. Salisbury doing the cooking and general housework Whilo or. Salisbury chopped the Wood and attended to the work about the Bouse. On Bis last birthday father Salisbury saw a Hawk attack a Hen and grasping his old Flint lock Musket shot the Bird of prey dead and saved the Hen. On his 100th birthday to walked seven Miles to Bellingham and Back Home again Tho same Day. Besides or the expense. Virginia Republican hesitate to prove fraud. Washington. Dec. 14. A representative Bowden of Tho second Virginia District said tonight that he had no intention of contesting the seat of Hon. John w. Lawson the Democrat elected to succeed him Iii the 52d Congress although he Felt convinced that Lawson had been Defeated by 3600 votes. To establish All his assertions of fraud lie said would require him to see about 6000 or 7000 voters in this District and lie could pot do this in the 40 Days allowed him by Law. Besides this it would Cost him about $30,000. To retire Ingalls. Action taken by the Farmers Alliance in his own county. Kansas City mo., dec. special from Atchison ran., the Home of senator Ingalls says that the Farmers Alliance of Atchison county at a recent meeting adopted resolutions recommending the retirement of or. Ingalls from the Senate and the election to his seat of a Farmers Alliance Man. Dixon a Deposit up. Sarly expected to set pm up today for Mccarty. New York dec. 14.�?jim Jefferson has handed Over to Al Smith $f>00, the first Deposit of the $2000 Wager made Between Jim of Rourke. George Dixon a manager and Joe Early Cal Mccarthy s Backer. Early will probably put up his Money to Tidd Ledy winks. For the latest brightest and most substantial inducements in furniture and carpets either for Cash or instalments see us before purchasing. Come to us and get your Christmas presents free. With every Hill of furniture and carpets sold to the value of $100.00 or More to will give a $10 order on Horace Partridge the largest and most reliable wholesale fancy goods and toy dealer in Huston or any one of our fancy furniture or crockery departments for that amount. If less than $100.00 is purchased of us a proportionate amount will be Given As a present. Largest Stock lowest prices and easiest terms in Kew England. Every conceivable kind of housekeeping goods. Parlor stoves Aud ranges sold for $1.00 Down and $1.00 per week until paid. Old stoves taken in Exchange As first payment. Our old customers will not be squared to pay Down the usual Glrst Ament or Deposit when purchasing new Bill of goods from us. Send . Robinson amp co., 2 peek sq., Tad 140 Washington St. Onlycjuitbl9and co operative House fur contents of today s Globe. Page i. Only eight Days More for the Coupon cutters hustling of leaders in globes Christmas carnival. Parnell sneaks in several places riots narrowly averted at Irish meetings Leader denounced in churches. Weather Prophet Beebe of Beartown says we shall have a hard Winter. Attempted escape of convicts Curtin and Oldham from the Charlestown state prison. Remarkable instance of longevity of a married couple in Minnesota both have passed the Century Mark and have been wedded 80 years. Parse a. Howard a gossip miss Mather wants a divorce mutilated Bank notes Beecher Monument German opera pase 3. Monster Railroad Deal in Pennsylvania three new routes to Cross the state Vanderbilt deeply interested. North end Domestic burned so severely that she died at Tho City Hospital. Tough experience of a St. John Crew on a sinking Craft in a freezing cold night. Page 4. A Why Are no drunkards found among the jews a a a lecture by rabbi Solomon Schindler. If lots of Law for two cents Globe readers advised by Peoples lawyer. Obsequies of Lieut. John Hogan. Page 5. Suspicion that Chute who is charged with knowing How James Lane of Salem died is insane his alleged companion arrested. Interesting lecture on Berlin in comparison with Boston by prof. Cromwell. Chan Cah festival in Temple of Abs Sholom. Raids in South end 11 houses visited by police. Rev. J. Savage delivers an address on the Church of Rome other sermons. Master Workman Sargent addresses steam Railroad men. Page i. Visits of Royal Arcanum officials other secret society news. Page 8. Lively times Are expected in the Senate at Washington today if the Force Bill is not dropped no one willing to apply gag Rule arrest of Many leading senators possible. Interview with Jay Gould on finance Tariff race question and education. Rev. David a. Gregg installed in Brooklyn preaches eloquent Sermon on the coming minister. Severe passage of the bark Jennie Cushman from Africa Crew stricken with coast daring plot. Attempt to escape from Charlestown state prison by Curtin and Oldham two desperate inmates. An attempt was made by two of the most desperate criminals to escape from the Charlestown state prison saturday afternoon which if successful might have liberated Many of Tho convicts. It was Early in the afternoon that John Farmer who was released Early in the week and who during his imprisonment gained considerable notoriety As a participant in tile recent riot was seen hanging about Tho prison Walls. His close scrutiny of the ventilator on the roof attracted the attention of the men on the Walls and officials within the prison were at once notified. The choir was at this time rehearsing in the Chapel and a suspicious noise within the attic Over Tho South Wing led to the belief that some one was seeking to make an exit All of the other prisoners being locked up at the time. The Iron padlock on the door leading to Tho attic was found to have been sawed off and an officer who entered found John curtain twisting yarn into a rope. He had Over too feet of rope prepared and two suits of clothing. It was Learned that Edward Oldham another convict was a Confederate in Tho plot. Ile was rehearsing with the choir. It is supposed that curtain intended to escape by lowering himself with the rope and lie. Followed by others who Scro Iii Tho choir. Curtain is serving a 12-Yoar sentence for manslaughter and once escaped from the Worcester insane Asylum. Oldham is a notorious character and one of the famous Shannahan gang which three years ago operated in the Back Bay District. He has served Throe years of the to years sentence arid this is his second term at the state prison. The weather. Fair Washington dec. 14.�?forecast till 8 p. In. Monday for new England fair weather Softli Westerly winds warmer. For Eastern new York warmer fair weather southwesterly winds. Moderating winds at Tho Light. Highland Light dec. 14.�?strong Southwest winds moderating at Sunset. Clear at Provincetown. Provincetown. Dec. 14.�?diminishing Southwest wind and Clear. The temperature yesterday As indicated by the thermometer at Thompson s 8pa 8 a. Rn., 28� 6 a. Rn., 30� i a. Rn., 34� 12 rn., 48� 8.30 p. In. 41� 0 p. In. 40� 9 p.m., 37� 12 mid., 35� average temperature 30�. Notice to mariners. Change in fog Bell at Coatie Hill Light station. Notice is hereby Given that on and after dec. 20,1890, the characteristic of the fog Bell at Castle Hill Light station East Side of Entrance to Narragansett Hay r. I., will be changed from a single blow every 16 seconds to three tows in Quick succession at intervals of to seconds. By order of the Light House Board David b. Harmony rear Admiral u. S. Navy chairman. Office of the Light House Board Washington dec. To 1890. Capt. Rhodes dead. Was a skipper from Rockland me., and a bridegroom. Baltimore md., dec. 14.�?capt. Gideon w. Rhodes of the Schooner James w. Bigelow of Rockland. Me., and a Well known Down East skipper died Here today of pneumonia. Two weeks ago he was married to miss Ellen Springton of this City and Tho couple were to have started for Boston on tile Schooner tomorrow. Capt. Rhodes was very popular among shipping men at tins port. He was 42 years old. Silver six feet deep. Rich strike of Ore Worth #000 a ton in a Wyoming mine. Cheyenne. Wy., dec. 14. A Wyoming a first Rich Silver strike is reported from the mine a of state senator Chatterton near Saratoga. The manager sends word that at 350 feet in the Tunnel they uncovered a six foot vein of Silver Ore. Aim that assays gave not less than $000 to the ton. This mine is across the Platte River from Brush Creek where the Gold finds have been made Aud the report apparently bears out the theory that the mountains of Southern Carbon county Are Rich in Mineral As the Range continues into counter ventures prediction. Does he include your candidate there have Besa 2,750,000 coupons already cast. Fire companies Lead the classes Iii Torii struggle to secure one Al the souvenirs. The inst Coupon trill be printed monday dec. 22. The last polling Day trill be on tuesday dec. 23. The 2>olls will close at 8 of clock p. In. The published list is now confined to candidates with 400 rotes and upwards. The House list contains those with 3000 and upwards. The polls will close on saturday at i of clock other Days at 3. Send ballots to a vote counter Globe the Coupon is on the second Page. Popular leaders for the House. Miss Isabella Holland Jordan Marsh a co.038,014 John Mcdonough supt of letter carriers Boston.831,510 Edward l. Daloy Laster. Lynn.144,083 mrs. ,. Maplewood.80,854 Dan of Neil wage earner Boston.41,065 company a. 9th regt., boston38,854 mrs. A. 8. Taylor teacher e. ,680 John a. Williams wage earner Boston. .30,783 miss Nellie Mason Saleswoman g. A. Plummer co.18,831 Mary l. Holland teacher Boston.16,106 May k. Mullen Saleswoman . White amp co14,430 Job. A. Movey letter Carrier so. Boston. 13,044 t. J. Cully policeman division to 18,370 Charles e. Legrand wage earner Salem. 13.686 Steamer co. I quincy13,874 f. L. Murphy newsman Manchester n.h.18,148 Charles it. Lunney Salesman Portland me. 11,886 . Goodwin . Emp.,Portsmouth, n.h.11,807 a. 8. Temple Salesman Cambridge 11,875 Frank j. Dunn letter Carrier Boston. 10,860 g. E. Aldrich. Policeman division to. 10,885 p. J. Grant Salesman so. Boston.0554 Albert w. Turner Mechanic Everett. 0883 h. Mack wage earner Brookline 0088 Thomas Nolan Mechanic Charlestown.,. 8085 p. W. Taglie Jan. E. H. School Boston 8668 win. P. Driscoll Mechanic Boston.8048 co. A 9th begt., Boston.8500 torrent engine co. No. 2, hingham8476 Highland Hose no. 5, woburn.8358 zanies p. Fox Salesman boston8134 John Mcavoy Youngs hotel8043 miss Mamie Karns cashier let lib a spa 7753 it. T. Murray w. E. St. It., Somerville 7541 co. I 1st reg., Chelsea. 7538 Janies j. Mcweeny Salesman East Boston.7870 John j. Murphy newsman so. Boston. 7318 m. J. O Arleu teacher Rockland.7180 f. Two Ubly m. M., o. O. It. In Boston. .7083 will. Burke policeman chelsea7067 s. C. Gifford . Emp., new Bedford 6063 b. Terry telegraphed Boston 6040 j. E. Carlisle Salesman Boston 6036 miss Nellie Farrell teacher Boston.6868 Strafford guard Dover n. A. 0738 Thos. E. Barron Salesman East Boston. 6860 John f. Dwight Salesman boston0880 f. Ii. Peak newsman medford.6314 Henry Mulligan Mechanic Roxbury. 6108 Oso. Hogan wage earner Salem.0188 company of 9tli ltegt., lawrence6083 engine co. No. 15, Boston.5880 James Kelly Salesman Bay state carpet co.5784 c. A. Saunders it. R. Emp., boston5670 Steamer no. I Waltham.5060 m. C. Morse policeman haverhill5043 Charles e. Burgin Salesman 77 summer St.5568 George e. Murphy newsman Cambridge. 5580 g. W. Jones Boston.�?T5508 Battery a 1st artillery Boston. 5455 b. J. Downes Mechanic Star brass mfg. Co., boston54 41 Pope Gibbs newsman Togus me.5376 miss Nellie , Saleswoman j. Otis Mcfadden boston5351 Dan Hart wage earner Cambridgeport. 5878 John Ryan policeman newton.5088 they Lead their Claes. Steamer i Waltham. T. J. Horrify letter Carrier. J. C. Sanborn Railroad employee. Co. 0, oth Tegt. Isabella Holland Saleswoman. Mrs. A. 8. Taylor teacher. Charles e. Burgin Salesman. William p. Driscoll Mechanic. John a. Williams wage earner. John j. Murphy newsman. T. J. Cully policeman. .78,406 .48,544 44,481 .48,808 .48.100 .40,406. 84,738 .81,076 .80,158 .18,000 .14.510 vote counters predictions. What candidates must show to win a place. There Are now eight Days More to the final closing of the great carnival. It has already assumed immense proportions As the vote of 2,750,000 indicates. The two leaders for the House have nearly a million votes Between them. In the classes the leaders Are advancing towards 100,000. What the final polling Day will show cannot be readily estimated. Thera wore Over 5,500,000 coupons Oast in the Vord contest but Over 1,000,000 of those came to the counters on the last Day in the classes the Tiro companies Are among the smallest in the number of candidates but they have the largest vote Over 450,000. It is becoming interesting to watch the fight for the souvenirs Aud there is now As Lively a Competition among the aspirants for one of those trophies As there is for the first place. It will be the proper thing to present your candidate with a Christmas present in Tho Alpine of a Large bundle of coupons. None of the leaders today Are secure in their position. There is a big reserved vote out. And any Day May bring about a series of surprises. The vote counter delights to make predictions. It will Tako nearly 200.000 coupons to hold first place in some of the classes and Over 100,000 in most of Thorn. It will possibly take 1,000,000 Coli it Ous to win the House and about 5000 coupons to secure a souvenir. You will have to be in the ambitious Circle to win one of the prize sets of encyclopaedias. Following Are the last names on the several lists who Are today entitled to a souvenir jobs Dunn wage earn or. 8069 Hose 8, Whitman. #155 Frank Jago Pechanio Soss Burton Derrick Salesman Post Charles w. Getchell letter carrier2023 Ash Bartlett Railroad employe.2517 prof. A. E. Tuttle teacher .2358 co. A 5th regt2191 Lieut. G. W. Adams policeman. 2023 j. Army newsman.1774 j. A. Williams Saleswoman Hoo latter carriers. T. J. Garrity Malden.4s.544 Joseph a. Mcvey so. Boston. 80.444 Walter f. Welch boston30,047 Frank j. Dunn Boston.10,348 George e. Harrington bostons018 Frank g. Haloy Roxbury. 5515 John f. Boles chelsea49s2 Charles h. Lock boston4898 Walter Whelan Boston.4000 John j. Loring boston4268 w. A. Cleveland no. Cambridge4004 Francis p. Turnbull Boston.8700 Aaron la. Hedley Chelsea.8632 Eugene f. Blossom boston3611 John Nolan brookline3232 John g. Mccarthy somerville3130 Rier Cef. Cess charlestown2932 p. J. Cosgrove Cambridgeport.2670 Charles e. Linton Cambridgeport.2c65 Robt. D. Barrett Jamaica plain3632 Charles in. Getchell. Salem2623 we. T. Kendall boston2514 Charles j. Rhondes so. Boston.2504 capt. T. C. Henderson Boston.2423 Andrew j. Dooley Boston.2162 d. Crowley boston1930 John h. Mceleney Roxbury.1719 t. J. In inn in. Cambridge1700 John f. Roche boston1610 Joseph j. Smith so. Boston1527 Charles s. Marsh Chelsea.1472 w. J. Coveney Boston. 1384 John i it. Donovan Cambridge. Hio we. In Reed Malden.1086 John m. Campbell. Cambridgeport1070 win. J. Of Brien so. Boston1062 Terley j. Stone. Beverly.�?T. �?1051 James l. Adamson Jamaica plain1043 f. E. Loomis Back Bay.1021 a. L. Sutton cambridgeport960 a. B. Wilson boston889 then. P. Prentice Cambridge.879 James j. Shoa roxbury873 t. G. Pitman boston832 o. La. Johnson Boston. 817 r. H. Skelley Chelsea.799 n. Ii. Johnson malden771 Peter Converse fiskdale.742 George m. Wolff Boston.717 George w. Harrington Roxbury <.709 Edward w. Beal dorchester660 Benj. Bowdon dorchester628 r. Clifford Browning Charlestown.604 h. Z. Wright Roxbury.5 Edward Brown Roxbury.570 Edward d. Kirby cambridgeport472 newsmen. John j. Murphy so. Boston18,000 Vincent Fetherston Boston. 17,401 Fred l. Murphy Manchester n. H 13,305 George Murphy East Cambridge .7349 t. J. Shea Boston. .6659 Pope Gibbs Togus me. 6476 w. B. Danforth Chelsea. 8066 t. J. Linehan Salem. 8871 Fred l. Bunke cambridgeport3600 Frank h. Peak medford8448 James Rand so. Boston. 3261 George Vav. Blas Boston. 3086 r. J. Brown Cambridge. 2704 John j. Ryan Roxbury,2223 George b. A Trines boston2105 John j. Wise Boston. 1935 Joseph f. Doyle Tremont St. .1980 Elmer e. Brown Boston. 1887 Roble Allen so. Framingham. 1877 Mary Nixon Boston. 1844 j. Army Boston.,.1774 Las. E. Fitzgerald Charlestown 1620 j As. E. Case carver1590 Roland s. Robbins Somerville. .1856 ii. L. Card fairhaven1314 a. T. De Luce boston1305 g. Esty Waterville me .1280 e. Everett Gibbs Brighton me 1268 Albert c. Curtis essex1213 f. O. Partridge Portland me.1051 Ralph l. Roberta roxbury1002 a. Fisher Hyde Park. 994 Philip Woolf Boston.963 Thomas Keenan Boston 937 w. B. Morrill orange907 w. Ii. Dyer Boston.903 William Mcauley Barre it. 886 Mabel s. Pease Boston,.819 Charles w. Lamont Richmond me.765 ii. E. Rutledge Portsmouth n. Ii.728 aaa Gauthier Cambridge.683 Fred ii. Gallagher boston670 George Faulkner Roxbury. .626 William James dorchester.618 George a. Wood Taunton. 605 Alton Woods Everett. 547 George Vav. Stacey Roxbury.606 Arthur j. Parker Cochesett. 484 e. Shirley Roxbury.482 Sherburne bros., Malden.475 Albert Morse Boston. 468 t. Tobin dorchester.405 military companies. Co. Coth regt., Boston 48 co. A oth kegt., boston83 co. A 8th ltegt., Battery a 1st battalion Lawrence. 38 co. A 1st kegt., boston17, co. Ii 1st Tegt Chelsea 18 co. I 8th ltegt., Lynn. 14 co. Ii 8th regt., Salem,.lo co. A Strafford guards Dover n. Ii. Co. Of 9th ltegt., Lawrence. Battery a 1st artillery Boston. Co. A 1st ltegt., Boston. Co. In 5th ltegt., Charlestown City guards. Co. Ii oth regt Sheridan guards e. Boston. Co. A 2d regt., Orange. Co. Koth regt Clinton. Co. 1,1st ltegt., Brockton. Co. I 2d regt., Foster rifles Nashua n. A. Co. A Roxbury horse guards. Co. Hoth regt., so. Boston. Co. A 5th uegt., Malden. Co. Doth ltegt., Charlestown. Co. A 1st regt., Cambridgeport. Co. A 8th regt., no. Andover. Co. A 6th kegt., Lowell. Co. A 8til regt., Beverly. Co. Of 2d regt., Heywood guards Gardner. Co. I oth ltegt., Concord. Co., a., 5th kegt., Charlestown cadets. Co. I oth regt., so. Boston. Co. K., lit regt., Boston. Co. Loth regt., Natick. Co. F., 8th regt., Haverhill. ,308 ,318 ,804 ,380 ,708 ,854 .741 ,308 .8163 .5838 .6809 .6447. 6164 .5070 .4012. 3793. 2814 .2762 .2521 .2443. Am .1855 .1768. 1639. 1605 .1553 .1841 .1179 .1138. .098 618 500 480 wage Kamer s. John a. Williams Loring Avery. 30.158 h. Mack. Brookline13,080 t. J. Goulding. Boston. 13,150 b. Terry. Telegraphed boston10,074 Edward m. Conley Charlestown. 0174 mrs. A. B. Hilton Maplewood 8056 John Mcavoy Tremont house8888 mrs. E. A. Gamble Telephone operator bostou.7763 Daniel of Neil Boston.6309 George Hogan Salem>6604 Maggie j. Dunne so. Boston.6549 Mac libel j. O Donnell North end6647 d. P. Una Reg amp a Roxbury. 4970 Daniel Hart cambridgeport4881 a. 0. Cullymore Baker with a. L. Hamilton. .4607 Sumner Roberta Boston. .4505 Katie Hyde Charlestown. 3037 Charles Hume boston3764 Hezekiah Henderson Boston.3706 j. De. Coffin reporter Manchester n. Ii 3688 John Dunn edgeworth.3569 Thos. Bowman so. Bostons so Patrick Mcdonough Cambridgeport 8616 we. Canara boston3219 Chaa. 0. Galeucia Scull a Bradley. 8196 Taos. Flynn lamplighter e. Boston.8156 p. Vav. Tigho janitor Boston.3108 w. A. Fitzpatrick arlington.8031 John r. Lovett Lynn.2853 in l. Stevens telegraphed boston2724 l. J. Thyme reporter lowell2649 Geo. Barnes a Verier Manug. Co.2380 Andrew p. Lufkin truant officer gloucester.2313 John l. White boston2087 j. V. Pauline East Boston .2070 Chaa. Vav. Hies 8o. Boston.2070 John j. Warden hotel clerk boston2042 in Belleter Baker taunton2094 John la. Webster so. Boston.8020 James Mccarthy boston1985 w. A. Clark boston1961 John Newton cambridgeport1944 p. C. Green chelsea1867 a h. A hard Cambridge. 1793 Andrew Urshey Boston.1785 John Dobbyn Boston 1469 Andrew Barnes Malden.1400 John e. Stephenson Cambridgeport.1210 o. A. Bartlett Cambridge. 1209 v. B. Weaver pittsfield.1208 w. J. Aden chelsea1209 Jeremiah Wall Revere House .1178 Charles Mccarthy Amanda Andrews f. J. Of Hara co hos a. Brockett Michael Martin to. Boston.033 Theodore Jennings City Hall. Oia Arthur m. Hodgdon Everett. 808 ii. E. Jacobs reporter holbrook.,792 Mamie Armstrong boston777 Kobe. Morrison Everett. 763 Geo. B. Stone Horace Partridge a co.763 j olm Williams cambridgeport761 John Donovan jr., usher Boston. .700 John Mcdonough Boston. 802clubs and stones used at seeders called Cutter Antis gathered in old failed to pacify crowds. Police put a Damper on denounced from altar in Many churches. Continued on Tho second Page. Dublin dec. 14.�?mr. Parnell and party today drove from Kilkenny to Tully Rono in a Brake. They were preceded by a band and accompanied by a a forge number of vehicles tilled with supporters. At tul Lyrone or. Parnell addressed a mooting of 500 persons. His speech was Brief Aud was mainly a repetition of utterance in previous speeches. It was delivered amid a running commentary of cries such As a Down with Judas Healy a a to with Hennessey Tho Zulu King a Etc., from some of his hearers. Or. Parnell apologized for the weakness of his voice hut lie appeared to to in Good health. He promised the people a longer speech on another occasion. From tul Lyrone or. Parnell and his friends drove to Frosh Ford where he addressed a meeting referring during his speech to the seeders As Quot miserable Gutter sparrows whom lie had push ocl out of obscurity and Given a better Chance than he gave himself. After winning in Kilkenny he said to would go to every Quarter of Ireland Aud ask Tho support of Tho people. Here a gathering of his opponents interrupted Parnell with shouts of Quot to with the a fight would inevitably have followed but for the presence of the police who promptly interfered and succeeded in preserving order. Or. Parnell closed his Days work with an address at Curlingford where to will spend the night. There was a race Between the opposing parties to catch the electors at Freshford. Or. Of Tivitt and sir John Popo Hennessy reached the place just before Tho Celebration of mass although they wore not expected until 3 of clock. The priest however decided that the mass could wait and messengers were despatched to Call together the people. Forty five minutes saw a crowd collected in the marketplace headed by for. Shortall. At the same moment the band of Parnell ites arrived headed by father of Shea a suspended priest. The Parnel Litos however joined with Tho Auti Pornel Htee in their meeting shouting to or. Davitt a a you re or. Davitt after asking for a fair hearing said a you know i never sought any Many a favor. I have Over been faithful to Ireland. I never hesitated to sacrifice my self to the cries of a you Are right Davitt we Honor you for it a came in a Roar of applause from the whole concourse. The a mollies evidently desiring to see fair play or. O Shea their Leader becoming impatient exclaimed a a must Stop you or. the latter amid Good Humoured laughter then said he appealed to father of Shea As a chivalrous irishman to let him go on. Father of Shea was mollified and said he would allow or. Davitt to continue but after or. Davitt had uttered a few words in condemnation of or. In Amell the priest lost his self control Aud continued to indulge in bursts of dissent and indignation occasionally subsiding into a dogged silence when Davitt scored a Point upon a second Appeal being made by Davitt father of Shea said Quot friends let us hear or. Davitt. I done to agree with him but i respect him from the Bottom of my the whole scene was characteristic of the impulsive Irish race. There was no disorder and after the Speed making was ended the whole crowd filed quietly into the Church where mass was celebrated. The anti Parnell faction held a meeting today at tipperary at which about 2odo persons were present. Telegrams were read from messes. Healy and Sexton Boti of whom apologized for not attending the meeting on the ground that their presence was required elsewhere. Or Davitt telegraphed Quot impossible to leave Kilkenny. The Fate of Home Rule depends upon Tho struggle Canon Cabus taking the chair was the signal for a hand of to Puruell ites to Start cheering for their Leader. This was responded to by the Auti Pamell men and the cheering was kept up by the two factions for fully an hour making it impossible for the speakers to be heard. Father Humphreys and others tried hard to pacify the opposing crowds but in spite of their efforts stones were thrown and Sticks were used freely and a serious con idiot was averted Only by the final withdrawal of the Parnel Lites. Speeches w re made by father Humphreys and messes. Condon and Patrick of Brien nationalist members of Parlia ment and a Resolution was carried in support of or. Mccarthy and his followers. In a speech at Kilkenny or. Healy said a Parnell wanted to make men like Dillon of Brien and Sexton a holocaust on the altar of his he boasted that he would expel Tho 53 Justinian Mccarty Sites but he had undertaken a big contract. Or. Healy then accused or. Parnell of prostituting the fund for evicted tenants to employ hirelings boys to break his opponents skulls. Continuing. Or. Healy said that during that time Irish members sorely pressed had often Corno to him saying Quot for gods Sake lots go to Parnell a and he had had to confess his ignorance of Parnell a address. The Only Man that knew that to As capt. Of Shea. Laughter when Smith Barry was evicting tenants or. Of Brien spent Days in London Hunting for Quot or. Fox a then in desperation to was compelled to beg mrs. Of Shea to give him an interview with Parnell. Fancy this humiliation for a Man of Honor and character like of Brien. Mrs. Of Shea replied that she had not seen Parnell for three months. Or. Healy declared that Parnell a statement that he would have retired had or. Gladstone asked him earlier was an absolute lie. Or. Gladstone to said could not find Parnoll. He applied to or. Mccarthy who told Parnell though the latter denied it. Or. Healy challenged Redmond and Kelly to produce Parnell a letter declaring his innocence of Tho o Shea charge. He also read Campbells letter to Kenny declaring that the of Shea Issue was a worse plight than Tho Piggott affair. He concluded by declaring that Campbell had confessed that he was keeping Parnell out of the Way when or. Mccarthy was seeking him to impart or. Gladstone a decision. Declare he is insane. Herald correspondent thinks Parnell a faculties Are failing. New York dec. 14.�? the foreign respondents of the now York papers have throughout the Irish crisis taken the characteristic London View of or. Parnell which is always hostile. In a Cable from Kilkenny the Horald a correspondent says Are Parnell a mental Powers failing a couple of weeks ago Labouchere said he always thought Parnell a Man who might go mad. And recent events had made him conclude the evil Day had come. Not a few who heard him today believe that his mind is unsettled. I was in the Post office after i of clock this morning when he rushed in wrote a Telegram and rushed out again with his eyes fixed and features set. He seemed to see no Ono though there were a number in the room whom to knew Well. To laughed today. It was not a pleasant laugh and it staggered those who heard it. It came out that during his speech to the crowd Iii front of the Victoria hotel the word had been sent out for Tho gathering of the Parnell clans on Market Day at Kilkenny by the hotel on the Parado where the Market is hold. Several Hundred people were present the sneakers boing William Redmond Fitzgerald Harrison of Kelly Mccully and Parnell. I he people acted curiously. They were anxious to see and Bear Parnell hut having done so manifested no satisfaction except the minority of shooters in front. Tho main body of Tho people were silent and the cheers came Only from the roughest element and the boys. It is quite common to hear and women ask which is Parnell. He does not seem to be known except by name. His voice is very husky and he stopped in the Middle of a Short speech to break and Swallow a raw egg. It was supposed that Parnell was going to a Waterford in the afternoon and thence to Limerick tomorrow he changed his mind and would not go. Changed his mind again and would go. Would stay at Kilkenny till the election was decided. Ihen various mental changes kept the correspondents jumping. Talking with a nationalist member of parliament i alluded to Parnell share mention in some of his speeches of Quot another Side to Tho a yes a he replied Quot we All know another Side of the Story Ami to us lie said he would one Day lift a Corner of the veil. A a i have been accused a he said a of destroying a Happy Home. Whoso Happy Home have i destroyed let me Tell you that in a married life of Twenty Throe years capt. Of Shea did not spend three Hundred nights at Home. I have never drank a Glass of wine with him nor has to Ever paid a Farthing for anything i have Over eaten or actions pro and con. Tbs $8.00 clothes pole sold by Paine Sabbath meetings at various flacon on Emerald Isle. Dublin dec. 14.�?mr.stophon, a graduate c f Cambridge University has issued an address to Trio electors of Kilkenny in which to announces his candidacy for parliament As an Independent supporter of Tho government. Messes. Holly Kenny Tanner Ami Davitt today addressed meetings in support of 8ir John Pope Hennessy. Or. Healy declared that if Parnoll were allowed to retain the leadership he would stump Ireland with a new Banner made of mrs. Of shears petticoats. At a Stormy nationalist convention at Newry resolutions were adopted strongly denouncing Parnoll and the Freeman a journal Aud calling for the resignation of Justin Huntley Mccarthy who represents Newry in parliament because of his having supported Parnell. At a Largo mooting at Moughal at which Canon Keller presided resolutions condemning Parnoll wore adopted. A procession of 400 torchbearers accompanied by bands of music waited for Par null at Tho railway station at Waterford last night. When to failed to come Tho parades marched to the town Hall whore they wore addressed by the mayor and members of the municipal Council. When the speech making was Over Tho gathering adopted by acclamation a Resolution in favor of Parnell. At Limerick today or Redmond was warmly welcomed by an audience of 8000 persons. The Clona Kilby Hoard of guardians hav e denounced or. Parnoll and have resolved to withhold the collection of the tenants fund. At Temple More a meeting of the town am missioners called to protest against the Parnel Litesy action was invaded by citizens who cheered for Parnell. The Carrick on Huir Board of guardians have readied their Voto of want of Confidence in or. Parnell. Messes. Maurice Healy Loamy and rough today delivered addresses before the Douglass Branch of Tho league expressing approval of or. Parnell a deposition. Denounced from altar. Church moving against Parnell in Ireland. Dublin dec. 14.�?at Westport county Mayo today or. Parnell and his followers were denounced from Tho altar. In Many other Catholic churches similar denunciations were uttered. Tho National league branches in South and East Down have voted against the Parnel Lites. At Middleton. Cork county the local Tongue Branch voted 44 to 20, to support or. Farnell. A circular by the Bishop of Cloyne Road in the churches today says Quot in consequence of Tho deplorable state of things produced by or. Parnell a unprincipled and unpatriotic action it is of the utmost importance to reorganize the league branches of this diocese. The leaders ought to assemble the members and explain the necessity of withdrawing from the control of the Central league at in interest of mail service. New York. Dec. 14.�?a Sachse ministerial director and h. Petzold. Obe Post Secretary both of Berlin arrived today on the trave. The object of their visit is to arrange with the Post office department for Tho appointment of postal agents to distribute Aud inspect Tho mails on Hoard tile steamers on their passage to this country so that mails will he ready for delivery of the arrival of the steamers time saving 13 hours or Bellamy May smile. Chicago dec. 14.�?the first seven Days of Tim co operative housekeeping scheme inaugurated in the fashionable suburb of Evanston Are said to have proved the plan a Success. Over 6000 orders have been served from the Central Kitchen to the stockholders. Usa Hartshorn a cough will be hard in these parts deep snows and great times ahead for men who go ii Sli ios. How Levi Beebe foretells the weather from his lonely Home on Tho top of Beartown Mountain. Great Barrington. Doc. 14.�?levi Beebe of Beartown Mountain in the Southern part of Berkshire county is undoubtedly the most famous and most accurate weather Prophet in Massachusetts or in new England. To is about 65 years of age and has studied the weather for More than 30 years. He lives on a High Hilltop which overlooks a stretch of country reaching from Vermont on the North to connect a Cut on the South and from the Hudson Valley to far beyond tile Connecticut Valley on the East. He owns More than 1300 acres of land and from a High Mountain top Back of his barns he has studied the currents of air the Cloud formations the temperature and other Phenomena relating to the weather Winter and summer for More than 80 years. Or. Beebe is an exceedingly intelligent Man. He has travelled considerably and he spent his Young manhood in new Yolk in a publishing House. City life however did not suit him. He longed for the country and he came to this romantic and secluded spot almost two score years ago. Or. Beebe has reared Here a family of More than Ordinary intelligence. He has several charming daughters nearly All of whom have gone away now. But to is living at this time with one of his daughters in the Home which he founded. Ile is a Man who would attract attention anywhere. He is Over six feet tall and wears Long hair and whiskers which fall Down upon his breast. Years have turned them to a Silver Gray and make him look like one of the patriarch of old. A Globe Man has just come Down from Beartown Mountain where he visited this Sage. The Road to his place is up a Steep Hill More than three Miles Long. A part of his Broad acres Are in great Barrington and a part in Lee. Or. Beebe owns a Sawmill and there he was found by the reporter superintending the sawing of some Large Pine logs. He greeted the Globe Man cordially and when told that his errand was to find out what tile weather was to to this Winter to shut the Gate to his Mill sat Down upon a Largo Mill log and began to Tulk freely on the chief topic of his life. Quot your Fame As a weather Prophet or. Boche is almost world wide and this Globe has sent me up hero to ask you what kind of a Winter you think we shall have a a i have been studying the air currents for some frocks a or. Beebe answered at once a and have other data which i have been looking Over carefully and i Ain convinced that this is to be a much colder Winter than we had a year a Why do you say that it will lie much colder a a because the winds Clouds temperature and other Phenomena indicate Quot you have a Fine place hero to observe the Quot yes there is no finer place in All new England and i Here have a better Opportunity than others to study these a borne say. Or. Beebe that you weather prophets guess at Tho weather and that sometimes they hit it and sometimes they Quot yes. I known that. There is Wiggins of Canada and others i could mention who do some guessing hut i never guess. My predictions Are founded on facts which lean demonstrate to any intelligent Quot will you give me some of these facts a Quot Well look at those Clouds up there. They Are running from Tho South West. They Are in the Middle current of the atmosphere which is the one which commands the a what does the direction in which these Clouds Are running indicate a a the a rectum indicates that it is to be warmer for the next few Days. But the Clouds themselves must be taken into consideration. If they Are dark and thick that Means one thing probably a storm hut if they Are thin Ana Light that Means that the storm will not Home along for some a but or. Beebe you predict what tiie weather is to be for thee or More months ahead do you not a a certainly i do. I study the Middle current for Days and weeks at a time. I observe the humidity of the atmosphere the degrees of cold and heat and May other things which i am unable to make one w to is a Novice in these matters clearly a a what is the primary reason which makes you predict that the present Winter is to be cold and severe a Well in the first place the wind has been coming from the West and North a great Deal lately. Then the weather has been very changeable. There has been considerable rain and the Snow comes on in a Peculiar manner.�?�. A have you Ever failed to make accurate predictions about the weather since you began to study Hie subject a certainly i Man makes mistakes sometimes but i have struck it right three times out of did you write to the president of the Knickerbocker ice company in new York last Winter stating that there would be no ice Cut on the Hudson River during that Winter a Quot yes i received a letter from the president of that company asking me about the prospects of ice on the Hudson. I have a copy of the reply i sent him. Which stated that no ice would be out on that River during the Winter to amount to anything and that the company would better go to Maine Canada or come up hero to Berkshire county for the ice if they wanted to fill their houses. This letter was written about the 1st of december of last year and my predictions proved to he True a i had every reason to believe they would a what do you think of the ice crop this Winter a a i think there will he ice enough on the Hudson so that the Knickerbocker company will not need to coma to Berkshire or go to any other place except up and Down the Hudson River for their ice. It is a Tittle Early yet to predict with any degree of certainty hut i have every reason to believe that ice will he plentiful All through new England and new York state this Quot what have you to say about the depth of the Snow Tim Winter Quot Quot i think there will be no Lack of Snow after january. I think that it will be much deeper than usual not Only in this part of the state but Down Boston Way As Well and All along the seashore. There will according to my observations he Good Sleigh ing around Boston for a longer period than has been enjoyed before in several Quot did Yon not predict the great blizzard of two years ago in March a a yes. I told the Public Many weeks before it took place that it was coming at the time it did come. I knew it from the signs of the atmosphere and the Peculiar direction and Force of the wind All through the Winter. A have you Ever had any correspondence with Wiggins the great Canadian weather Prophet a a Wiggins is not a very great weather Prophet. The fact is that i told him of the last storm which was to take place on the Atlantic coast this year and then he appropriated it to himself and made the prediction As if it was his Quot then Yon knew that the storm was coming and told it to others a yes i told my friends Here in Berkshire about its coming a Long while before it took place and i was amazed that w Iggins should appropriate the prediction to himself when i saw an account of it in the Are we to expect a blizzard this Winter a i do not predict that there will be one As severe As the one in March two years ago hut we shall have All Tho wind that we want before the Snow goes off in the will there be any trouble with the shipping on the Atlantic this Winter a yes there will be More trouble than the oldest sailors have any idea of. The Waves will Rush upon the coast of the Atlantic much higher than they did last Winter. You will hear before Spring of several great disasters on Tho How will it be in Boston Harbor and that Vicinity a it will he exceedingly rough weather during the next two or three months. Of course Boston Harbor is comparatively Safe hut take it along the coast and especially in new York Harbor there will be Lively Are you preparing a Book for publication on the weather a i have been at work on a Hook of this character for some years and i Hope to have it published during my lifetime although i am getting to be a pretty old Man. When the work is published i think it will open the eyes of the people especially of those who think that i ones at the a then there is no Guesswork on your part or. Beebe a a not a hit of Guesswork. My predictions a All hosed on scientific principles. I know what i talk about. The weather is As much of a science As anything else. I have been at work at this most fascinating subject so Long that i find that men can make As Many discoveries in weather As they can in any of the other Phenomena of a have you not had correspondence with Gen. Greely about the weather a a yes i have corresponded with him somewhat and with his predecessor but these men have not Learned the principles of the weather that they should know in order to stand at the head of the weather Bureau a Quot have you not found that they were often wrong in their predictions a a most certainly. I have often smiled to see what the weather Bureau predicted for the coming 24 hours when i knew that Tho predictions were All wrong. The men who have charge of the weather Bureau seem to depend on Tho lower currents next the Earth which have nothing to do with storms. These lower currents Eddy about i All sorts of ways according to the surface of the ground and to other conditions. The Middle current. Just above this lower one in which the Clouds move is the one which governs the weather As i have said Quot what has electricity to do with the weather a a electricity now you have struck the key note to the whole subject. Electricity has More to do with storms than any other element in nature. Water which is heavier than air. Never would ascend were it not for electricity. The electric currents command the a do you think the science of electricity in nature is Well understood a a by no Means. There arc men who Are getting some Little knowledge of the science at this late Day. I have had considerable correspondence with Edison on this subject and i Ani convinced that he knows More about this Phenomena than Acy other Man in the a what has been the nature of your correspondence with him a not Tho my correspondence with him has been it so much on the effect of electricity u pen weather us in reference to its other Powers. I know that heat and Light depend upon electricity and i surprised or. Edison it one ulna by writing him that if All Tbs machinery in the world was run by electro forgo it would not reduce Tho heat one one thousandth of a degree or the Light or. Beebe thou went into quite a Long Dis Mission in reference to electric currents As Well As air currents and showed that he had made some original investigations especially in regard to Thunder storms. Or. Beche said that he was one of the first men in the country to announce that electricity would Burn. When he wrote to electricians that electricity would bum they doubted it. Ile replied that to noticed that electricity from Tho Clouds burned up his fathers Bam mighty Quick. Or. Beebe said that it would be warm Tat the next few Day and that he should not he surprised if the Snow in Berkshire All disappeared for a time but it would coma on again before very Long. He said that of All the men who had studied the weather Laplace was the Only Man that he knew of who had made a thoroughly scientific investigation of the subject. He was very familiar with Laplace works As he is also with those of Huxley. Darwin. Tyndall Ana the other great scientists of Tho world. No Man can talk with or. Beebe an hour or More without being convinced that he is a remarkable Man. Aud while he has confined his observations especially to the weather for the past so years yet he has not neglected other sciences. It is somewhat amazing that a Man of his intelligence would be contented on the top of Beartown Mountain one of the bleakest and wildest places in Berkshire county or in the whole Kame where the Snow tails heavily in Winter Aud the wind blows with great velocity. Or. Beebe said to the Globe Man that he had More letters than he could answer from people All Over the country and some from Europe in re Erenee to the weather he said that some great scientist in Indio. Whose name he Mouht not remember Hail recently written to him to know of his method of predicting till weather for three or four months at a time. How this Man should know of his existence was a great Puzzle to him. Look out for these Bonds. Washington dec. 14.�?the residence <4 mrs. E. N. Jay of this City was Rob tied today while the family were at Church. Besides the Small amount of Money Aud some jewelry four it 00 Bonds Coupon of the St Louis amp Iron Mountain Railroad and the Arkansas Hank. Being numbers 785, 786, 787 and 789, were carried off. Died at the Home of his Bride. Baltimore dec. 14.-Cnpt. Gideon we Rhodes of Rockland me., died in this City today. Capt. Rhodes was married Here jus la Days ago and died in the Home of Cape pills Bury the father of Tho Bride. He wag the Captain of the Schooner j. W. Bigelow Thi Only perfect substitute for Mother s Ihm i valuable n cholera inf Antum Ano teething a quickly Maimu nod food far dyspeptic consumptive convalescent. A perfect nutrient la All waa Ain diaa�4 a Quiris to Comino. Kiefs in a Sut tafts. Voliber Goodale co. Roston

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