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Boston Morning Post (Newspaper) - August 25, 1884, Boston, Massachusetts Boston Post Post Potlin Bhika 00., . Niec a Mur Emht Aarto by Ltd a �?�ub80ripti0n ratc8. Boston Post. 4xl.t�?is pm yer. 78oent�iwr Mooui. In Advah Bostoni Semi Webb it Post monday add this re do a a so per your la Idt a a. Bostoni Post. Rtt Datto sip Yetf a atm a. Club rates. Obilt Tobt five Cople tor wow 8km1-Wkbixy Post five a we 1� in a vow Norn we Holt Pobt-slteifor$s.oo. 11 aim mint be Lent Tope Eadrie. A a a Oney on menu p. Hobb. Try we �z0<stxr� monday morning. Augusts1884. Vol. . 48. The Campaign. Meeting of the Massachusetts democratic committee. The demonic ticket. For president 6r0ver Cleveland of new York. For vice president Thomas a. Hendricks of Indiana. Tub Curt hts. First Page latest reports by Telegraph Obj mail local and general news personal. Second Page edit Oral notes Dana trigger again All sorts. Third Page fun Anulta and commercial Domestic and foreign Market reports ports and exports marriages business troubles Railroad it ecord. Fourth Page hotel arrivals ship news me Troio logical reports local news. In and deaths matters court Tiik wage Wab. A Itri Kitik Bench Moulder leave to Weir work. Hia aug 23.�?on account of the Ihre atoned reduction of 12 percent from Iligir Bench moulders employed by Thomas Trevlin amp co., at american Street and Avenue struck this morning and were joined by All the employees in the shop about do in number. The men have pledged thet selves not to resume work until a committee of their ,.wn number should declare the strike ended file men assert that a got id Workman can make but f2 or $20 per Lay and a first class Moulder earns about fun per week. Tie bean Sinen employed by Duncan Hood a dressers on North third Street Alquit 20 in number have struck alleging that Thev were required to do More work for the Sanie wages than a tvs exacted from their i Zethren in similar establishments. 1 hey As Sei bled at 7 o clock this morning at St. Tohn null a utto woo Ltd streets and issued a Call of a meeting of All Morocco dressers to consider the situation Yokow Nike. Or. .io.sirh, mo., aug. 23.�?samuel Lilly John okd and Charles nation with a Jug of Richir key went Skiff Riding on , Conway last night. They got into a fight and upset the oat and All were drowned. out Conn., aug. 21.�?joseph 15, Ogden of i Zionville Conn., was drowned in Olridg Sporl Harbor suday afternoon. went sailing with a Man named Paige. Both went ashore to take a sleep Paige says and Wien he woke up his companion was missing. Hot h were considerably under the influence of liquor. The boat soul dining a quart bottle of w Iii key was found Drifting a mile from Shore. Tunion aug. 23.�?miss Sullie South Daugh Ler of sex Alderman South of this City and miss al aggie Kinder line her Cousin the former 20 years Oil and the latter 19, were drowned yes vierday afternoon in the canal at Lamberton Bucks county Penn. New Havko. Conn., aug. 14.�?Edward lil lir is aged Quot i a switchman employed by tie consolidated Road at this City was either a Iro Neu or else died in an Eji Leptic tit this after noun. had been fishing Wiuf his body was found in a Row bout with his head and arms i gauging Over in the water. was unmarried in. not a Vouk aug. 23.�?it is rumoured in Wall Street to Day Liat William j. Hutchinson the prominent i it operator a lose expulsion from the Stock Exchange and suit to compel ids rend Illance will be remembered had left the City. Or. Hutchinson was a director of the suspend d Wall Street Bank. Or. Jennings Fei of director said he thought or. Hutchinson is in the White mountains Aud that he expected id Back on monday. Others said that he was seen in new Street to Day. Mrs Morton vile of the missing assistant of brix Ikolyn admits having receive we a letter from her husband written at Rotterdam in it nothing about returning and states that lie went away a to save others. A a a a in Leman said to be acquainted with in Roal Dent Warner of the Albion n. A Bank Stetes mat he saw him on the Street a Ottawa ont. A i. yesterday. _ Ketai. An4ari/i-9. A i ,pa.,aug. 23.�?two hungarians named John scowl us and Stephen Luke and their wives were brutally Ossau Teil in a Railroad shanty at Falls Creek on the line of the Clear held and us Deway railway last night. Scoltch and the women had their sculls fanic turd while injuries Are not so serious. A Man named Michael now missing is charged with the crime Itovitch was robbed of $400. Luke had Kijoo concealed on his body which was not found. There were seven children Munging from six Mouths to six years of age la the shanty but none of them were injured. Am ii me aug. 24. fellow named Frank Murphy made a brutal and unprovoked assault this morning on William h. Hicks bartender of Penobscot Exchange on the sidewalk in front of the hotel cutting Liim in two places in the Throat and kicking him fearfully in the face and Vidov till senseless. The Case is prec in ious but it 1.s thought he will recover. Murphy a Cai de but was arrested this afternoon the take Aboosa. A , aug. 23.�?it is understood Here t Bat a court of inquiry will be ordered at once to investigate Tho loss of the Tallapoosa. This will not be officially announced however until the acting Secretary of the Navy has communicated with Secretary Chandler. The acting Secretary of the Navy has Rece veil a proposition trom or. Townsend of Boston to go to work at Oneo with wrecking apparatus divers Etc., to raise the Tallai Coosa and recover her freight and stores and the bodies of the drowned if there Are any in the . A gig belonging to the Tallapoosa was picked up adrift afternoon off Oak a left by or. James Markoe of new York Sminer ies Ditont of cottage City. The Steamer \ Erbena of the government Lighthouse service Lias placed buoys around the Steamer As a warn i Jig to shipping a god s c Mil . 111., aug. 23.�?Henry Mahler Oscai bad Cliffe mrs. I ease mrs. Slater and mrs Parker who were the ostensible managers of Tho Horae for codes orphans were All bound Over to the grand jury to Daji for 111 treatment of Young children left in their charge the testimony of four Young inmates of the Home tending to show Liat a Large number of babies died in the Asylum apparently through want of care and according to the Story related by the Young children in court they were subject at All times to Rigo out treatment by being locked up alone in dark rooms and Given very Little food. The court looked upon the managers of the institution As belonging to a dangerous class of religious fanatics. A bit of 4veatukk. Another gathering of the Butler contingent be publican Campaign orators besieging male Logan a peals at Chi Cago note of the Campaign. The democratic state Central committee met at Headquarters saturday. The meeting was Long and enthusiastic one. Chairman Collins presided and col. Coveney was Secretary. There were present Hon. Reuben Noble col. Jonas h. French or. P. A Donohoe col. Henry Quot Walker or. G. S. Willis or. J. L. Eastabrook or. G. W. Fifield col. Walter cutting or. P. F. Shevlin or. 31. 31. Cun Niff Gen. John 31. Corse or. J. A. Devine 3ir, Sampson Levy or. J. Carlton or. 31. Devir or. J. 3y. Stover or. A. Alger treasurer c. Lewis or. R. Williams or. Thomas Salmon or. John 3yelsh, 31r. Philander Cobb or. George f. Hewett 3ir. John Stratton or. John Hurley and or j. W. Corcoran. Tie members of the committee were called upon for reports from the districts which they represented. These reports showed that the Best feeling prevails toward the democratic nominees. Hon. Philander Cobb of Kingston took occasion to declare his position in this canvass. A after 40 years of service to the democracy a said or. Cobb a while regretting to sever political Friend hips with some gentlemen i have acted with luring the past few years i see Only my duty in supporting the nominations of Cleveland Iii 3ir. Cobb said that the democracy of Plymouth county is almost solid in enthusiastic support of the ticket. The executive and financial committees made reports showing the party in Good condition the resignation of a. C. Woodworth of Chicopee was received and accepted. Hon. E. Cook mayor of Northampton was appointed to tie vacancy. The resignation of Francis Edson of Hadley was received and accepted and the chairman and Secretary will appoint some gentleman to temporarily fill the vacancy and the first senatorial District convention will be requested to appoint a permanent committeeman in 3ir. Edson a place. 3ir. Eastabrook. Chairman of the executive committee treasurer Lewis and Secretary Coveney w Cre chosen a committee to make All necessary arrangements for the 3torcester convention. Col. French will act As chairman of that convention and Hon. Edward Avery will be chairman of the committee on resolutions. The he. Landle no truth not confound these Svino Nims Cordelia we mean. Well she spoke the truth to her Royal father no More no less she was the youngest the pet but the truth was More than the old King could stand probably not As used to it As we of the present Day at any rate he flared up and was awful mad so much so that he not Only refused the intended share of his kingdom to her. But bestowed a Moiety of the same to each of his other daughters. What was the sequel read the play of King Lear it will explain it better than i can. perusal of this great drama cannot fail to illustrate the value of promises made by selfish designing demagogues whose protestations of Devo lion to the welfare of the dear people is synonymous Only with the selfish pretences of two of the poor old Kings unnatural daughters. Blease count me one for Cleveland. A Kokitas monday morning August 25 1884. Vil most politics. Price three cents. Tombs. M a. Eive Kobe. Tie people a party Anil another crowd Convene in tie cute re to of tue general. The Independent Republican state committee met at the Revere House saturday. Among those present were John i. Baker of Beverly w. T. 3vallace, of Auburndale George e. 3icneill, of Cambridge d. F. Ordway of Lawrence w. G. Spear of Quincy George Clark jr., of Boston c. F. Bradbury. J. A. Kent of Boston Harrison Staples of fal Nouth a. 31. Bull of Medford Henry Lemon of Newton ex-3iayor Buffum of Lynn Louis Baton of Brockton Henry Gardner of Braintree and r. Burns of Chelsea. A letter was received from j. E. Cuddle of Westfield expressing full sympathy in the objects of the gathering. 3ir. Wallace presided and or. Mcneill acted As Secretary. Resolutions were adopted As was expected endorsing Butler for the presidency and joining hands with the Peoples party to secure his election. The postponed conference of the leaders of a he Neon let a party also occurred saturday at the Revere House. Col. Plympton presided and col. John p. Sweeney of Lawrence was the Secretary. Or. W. A Whitmore As chairman of the committee on Constitution and organization addressed the meeting. that a state Central committee should be organized to look after the work of the elections and All nominations to the committee should be left with the a strict conventions. Every City should be represented on the committee by one member and As Many More As there Are additional senatorial districts in such City excluding every City however or part of a City in which it or any of its parts form a senatorial District. On this basis the committee would number 58. This report was adopted. It was ordered that this report be recommitted to the committee with instruction to Frame a draft for a Constitution and for a state Central and local committees and to submit the same to the convention to be called to elect state officers. It was voted that the chairman appoint a provisional committee to Call caucuses in All the cities to elect members to conventions and representatives to the state committee. On motion of Hon. J. Mccafferty the committee was instructed to Call a Rati Flection meeting. Pee eyes were made by Hon. J. 3iccaf-Fertv, ex-3iayor Buffum of Lynn or. Litch Man of 3farblehead. The chairman will appoint and announce the provisional committee Oil tuesday. The Campaign in Maime. Speakers to Tuomo ont., aug. 24.�?despatches from various swints through ont Canada report a cold wave. Tho Mercury has been falling rapidly Here to Day. Quai inc aug. 24.�?several inward vessels report heavy masses of ice in the Gnu and the Strait of Belle Isle. Some of the oldest mariners cannot recollect having encountered so much ice before at this time of the year. Wynn ii pkg Man., aug 24.�?reports from All a of the Northwest show the lowest temperature of the season Friday night the ther Inora Cler registering �55 above. Growing were not injured. Milk deed. , ky., aug. 2.3, special from new Haven by says Tomt at a democratic primary meeting to Day James Johnson shot and killed John Bartley and seriously wounded ills son to Mph Bartley. The shooting grew out of an Ohi fend. Bartley was a Farmer and Johnson j a Nephew of sex Juv. Johnson. , i a., aug. 25.�?fred Hurst of Hazleton who was to have run a 100 Yard foot race at that Mace to Duy with Thomas Breenan of to Tamaqua was fatally stabbed by Tom Simpson last night while attempting to Stop a fight. _ met his Deil Kuts. , neb., aug. 2.3. mexican Daniwl in Vadillo who was sent to state prison in Nebraska from new Mexico served out his Teim and was liberated a month ago. Last Fiat inlay he ravished a thirteen year old girl a it Miles West of this City. was arrested on div and this afternoon identified by the girl. To was taken to the identical spot where he com the crime and hanged to a tree. was Given five misites to Pray which he did and Sheti made a full confession of his crime. Sitcide8. , tex., aug. 23. despatch to i lie news from Houston says w. A Reynolds of the Texas company committed suicide yesterday afternoon. It is believed that financial difficulties led to the suicide. New York aug 24.-mr. Henry Loessle one fit the Fai Noua hotel keeping family of that Muse committed suicide at a Coney Island hotel Friday night by taking chloroform. Coaxed by Dull la. C Ooi Iown n. Y., aug. 24.�?feuuimore Clayton a Middle fled Farmer crazed by drink this morning shot dead Bis 2-year-old son saying a the is Nowin heaven and better Oil a he then went into the House and tried to take Hie lives of his wife and Mother who succeeded in taking the pistol from him hut not until they Lead Given him some severe blows upon the head Xith a Bull club. Clayton has been lodged in jail. Pm evident Athl k. In w , aug. 23. president and Jaity Aniced Here to night at 10 30, and held an informal reception at the Pequot House. Provide Noii r. I., aug. 24. United mates Steamer dispatch with president Arthur and Sec Claro Chandler on Board arrived at a vast Island this even log. A Eai be number of imported take tie stump. Ai , 3ie., aug. 24.�?tjie republicans will this week add to their Stock of imported speakers the following William Cumback of Indiana Henry ii. Bingham of Philadelphia Frank Histock John l. Barbour and Gen. George 3v. Carter of new York col. E. S. Taylor of Chicago sex gov. Long of Massachusetts representative Horr of 3iichigan, Gen. Joe Hawley of Connecticut 3iark u. Dunnell of Minnesota and Rev. Or. George 3v. Pepper judge j. Foraker Gen. I Obert p. Kennedy and William Mckinley of Ohio. There will be mass meetings at Presque Isle and Ilo Ulton next week at which 3ir. Blaine will be present. 3iean-while the democrats Are working to the utmost extent and will keep Robles majority Down pretty Low Aud perhaps do better than that. It is the idea of the republicans to Roll up a big majority for Rotilie and thus cheer the hearts of republicans All Over the country. The democrats will see to it that a Lobien a majority is not one to boast of. The talk about the irishmen of Maine voting for Blaine is regarded As pure nonsense by the democratic leaders. Bolting Shakespeare Beed. It is said that More than half of the Republican voters in Brunswick me., will not vote for Thomas b. Reed the Republican candidate for Congress. A committee of the Brunswig k boaters consisting of Gen. Chamberlain marshal cram j Edge Burrow a John furbish 3ye.ston Thompson John Avery and Alonzo Day have issued an address to the republicans of the District giving their reasons for refusing to vote or the land Grant statesman. A Lousieb democratic Balljr at bans or. Special despatch to the Boston Post. Bangor me., aug. 24. local democratic rally last night was attended by a Large crowd of voters. Several Strong speeches were made. That of Thomas j. Stewart the loading shipping merchant of the City being conspicuous. 3ir. Stewart heretofore Republican repudiated blame and the Republican Tariff ideas and came to swell the constantly increasing Cleveland legion of Bangor and Penobscot county. Somerset county . So Wheilan 3ie., aug. 2 la to Day at an adjourned meeting of the Somerset county democratic convention the following officers were nominated for senator Edward Ware of Athens for sheriff Emory Whitten of Skowhegan for county attorney. J. F. Holman of Athens for judge of probate Albert Moore of North Anson for Register of probate John Gage of Skow Hegan for treasurer. Charles h. Hussey of Norridgewock for clerk of courts f. E. 3icfadden of Fairfield. Preni Denitia candidates. A shakespearean adaptation to the present situation. To the editor of the Boston Post. Three candidates have been nominated for the presidency and each of them has written Bis individual letter of acceptance supple minted with the reasons and grounds upon which be claims the support of Bis fellow Citi Zens. I have read the letters and Many com merits upon them by the press commending one and condemning another for saying too much or too Little. As i reflected and Pon dered Over the whole subject something struck my mind us a a �?~synonym3yhat was it a i recall it now. King Lear had three daughters among whom he proposed to Divide his kingdom in equal shares. The eldest daughter Blaine a no beg Pardon Goneril was full of Promise Aud protestations of filial love and Devotion in her acc Eunce of the Royal and paternal gift so much so that the Foid credulous old King bestowed upon her the allowed share of his kingdom. His next daughter Butler a we beg Pardon Agal a he Gan followed in her protestation of Devo Ifon and in her acceptance quite outstripping a outdoing her sister Goneril. Well she a nurse a we acceptable. Then came Cley Rooney Richard Walsh. Hon George e. Mig j. E. Maun j. G. Scptt. Braintree state Edward aver at Large s. Morrison Josiah Penniman Henry Mann a. O. Claim. Congressional John Cavanagh at Large Elisha Thayer Caleb Thompson a. J. Bales. Thomas Penn Man. Senatorial or. Noah Torrey at Large. O. Clark Thomas i Engiman Charles Anderson c. N. Wallace. County Aud councillor a. T. Pratt at Large. Cuff Edward Shay Lewis Thayer we. Acton slate Reuel Williams at Largel. E. Reed j. K. Lawrence. Congressional George p. Keyes Aaron c. Handley d. P. Wetherbee. Country Aud councillor a. L. Noyes j. L heed Constance of Neil. Senatorial a j. R. Lawrence George k. Keyes ii. A. Littlefield. Representative a James Tuttle Watnes Toplyn James Kinsley Ephraim Forbush e. J. Robbins Warren Flagg. Abel Cole Reuel Williams a. I. Noyes. For town committee All the old members George k. Keyes chairman keel Williams Secretary l. E. Reed treasurer. A. L. Noyes h. A. Littlefield wore re be cited with whom were joined Constance of Niel a. C. Handley and j. K. Lawr Euco. The Blaine scandal. General apathy commanding the forces in Rutland county. A sister suffragist criticised her political position. 3irs. . Livermore As a Friend and admirer of your Public and private life i was pained to read your a word to women on the political situation. I surprised that you should step Down from your High and Noble Altitude of principles previously avowed apparently stifled by superstitious alarm. I am pained at your misrepresentation of the prohibition party. Is manhood a farce and womanhood a fiction Are principles marketable a is god dead a otherwise How Are women to follow your advice if women May not adhere to Noble principles regardless of political emoluments where shall we find a Public conscience i verily thought years ago when in the heart of an Ever victorious pro slavery party i read a Uncle Toms Cabin a that a god had forgotten a but Ever since i discovered by the course of events that he lives and loves humanity i have ceased to be seared about the temporary Ascendancy of evil. I know you will Tell me that intelligent beings like the women of this country must use our Best i dment to prevent evil. To which i assent but our Best judgment w ill never ally itself to a crime protecting party in order to prevent imaginary or superstitious evil. We Are not to choose Between two evils but to choose the right Only. There Are Many contingencies stances if not providential Between us and the a a counting in of a president from either of the old parties even if All the women in the land should exert a Large political influence in favor of one. I do not care to discuss the merits or demerits of candidates. They ought always to be a above suspicion of reproach in private morality. The demand for this must come from the people in nominating conventions not after nominations. Conventions platforms and administrations have to do with principles and to these we subscribe or against these we protest according to our sense of right or wrong. In All the Long cruise of the Republican platform to capture every thinkable measure for winning there is not a Point or step where you my dear 3irs. Livermore or any other intelligent woman can Plant her foot in Security against the of her sex. Why therefore should she fall in with its pitiless crusade of License crushing the Homes and happiness of the people the personal influence which a president might exert adversely to woman a interests would scarcely compare with the administrative Power for evil. 3vhat anomaly could place you in support of a party whose administration is protective of the drink Trade a business which you have so Long and heroically antagonized ? that the archives of state should Register your a influence for the insupportable evils and crimes of the legalized tyranny of alcohol seems incredible. What has this party Ever done for w onion it has snubbed her at every approach and rejected every petition. And once when you went to a a convention duly accredited As a Delegate that convention contravened you ind infarcted the Law of common Courtesy it is not menus province to reject. Afterwards with presumption unprecedented they ought to Avail themselves of your platform Power offering Large remuneration when True to the Noble instincts of womanhood Vou answered a is the servant a dog that she should do this thing a it is woman a province to reject. Is thy party better to Day than then is or. Blaines record purer than or. George d. Robinsons if a Clear Cut Radical policy of Reform was Good for the state then Why not for the nation now you charge the prohibition party with being willing to use the women a Christian Temperance Union a was a stepping Stone to help it climb into National what Are the facts the National prohibition party has carried a full Universal suffrage Plank in its platform from its origin. Some time before the woman a Christian Temperance Union was formed. I know whereof i affirm having been in the founding of both organizations. The women a Union never was represented in a National prohibition convention except by a few individual members until this year. On the contrary the Union not Only ignored the party which was always extending equal privileges and Power but ignored also the women who adhered to that party for conscience Sake through 13 years of thankless education. In the late Chicago convention 31is8 Willard the Noble president of the National Union presented the woman a claim for Justice and was rejected. Then for the first time she came Over to the prohibition party and with her plea for the w Omen was received most cordially. She it Wras who wrote the suffrage Plank in the present platform which though not up to the former Standard of the party was accepted by general consent As the expression of the women of the Union through their National president. Miss 3villard. These Are the women of whom Vou speak in your letter and who have already openly and frankly through their representative committed their a a influence in favor of John p. St. John and the prohibition party. It is certainly unjust to charge the party with sinister motives in the face of these facts. That party has borne the opposition of men and the contumely of the leaders of the Suil rage movement in the Eastern states who have uniformly slighted their High position on the suffrage question and their continuous offer of dual privilege and Power. It is a principle among the great leaders of the party. Androw comes 3irs. Salary a. Livermore to deposed even now. When for the first time or. Henry ii. Faxon John b. Gough Hon. Chauncey Shaffer miss Francis Willard col. George w. Bain Jno. Finch Hon. William Daniel and sex gov. John p. St. John Are coming to support this irrepressible party. How shall we account for your demurrer True this Young party has no emoluments to offer this year save the Reward of a Clear conscience and pure ballot which will be counted in the make up of history. It has no a a Large moneys to disburse in Campaign work. But it has the eternal rocks of truth and right upon w hich to stand. It has a mighty singleness of purpose to crush out the a crime of it has a holy Mission to elevate the Standard of Ilie Peoples Homes and purify the statutes of government. It has also clean Standard bearers to whom no Christian citizen can object. 3ve predict that this party will live and grow increasing in Power until it conquers. Happy will be the women who Wear any laurels of Honor in its temporary defeat x2 1 to Karic it special despatch to the Boston Post. Indianapolis aug. 24. It is rumoured Here that the Indianapolis Sentinel has gathered a remarkably Strong array of facts to be used in its defence in Case 3ir. Blaine shall bring his libel suit to trial. Senator Quot Voorhees will be the leading attorney for the Sentinel. In an editorial paragraph the Sentinel save a Here Long the Public will know through the Sentinel columns a Good reason Why the Republican candidate was the person most interested in having figures chiselled from the the circulation of the daily Sentinel has increased Over 4000 copies since Blaine entered his suit. The Natl Oil a headquarter. New York aug. 24.�?among the Many visitors at tie democratic Headquarters yesterday were a. A. A Gilsou treasurer of the democratic congressional committee Rufus Blodgett chairman and John h. Laird see retard of the democratic state co Minitte of new Jersey Austin h. Brow u of Indian Ipoh i congressman John j. Adams of new y Ork and half a Hundred other Active democrats. As far As the republicans Are concerned the fight is in the state of 3iaine and the National committee Are doing As much to elect Kobie As they can for they know that a Deleat in 3iuine in september would be disastrous. Dudley Goina to Indiana. 3v.vsnington, aug. 23.�?it is said that commissioner of in pensions Dudley has tend ered his resignation to take charge of the re Puidi can Campaign in Indiana. Dudley is Well understood to be the most capable Campaign manager among the Indiana republicans. In ease of Republican Success this fall Dudley will of course be provided for. It is understood that Gen James a. Beaver of in Enn Syliama is to be let Udley a successor Daniel gone to meet St. Jobu. Baltimore aug. 23.�?Hon. Villiam Dau Iel the prohibition candidate for vice president of the United states left this City tonight for Cuba n. where he is to meet St. John the head of his ticket. Together they will meet the Noti fic Tion committee at Cuba this afternoon when they will be formally notified of their respective nominations. Butler club in new Haven fifteen men assembled in new Haven Friday evening on Call of the Butler club to choose delegates to the state convention. The principal business transacted was to strike off 4-kx Morkve Axil Lynx of Wlla 11q to senator Edmund in a Pecullar Posu iou the be publican Siatis committee he i tale to approach him the Boston journal denounced. Special co Respondence of the Boston Post. Rutland aug 22. 3v Ith the thermometer registering 9�o Deg. In As Cool a spot As can be found in Rutland this is a pretty hot Day for political campaigning. The Home of Lyman 3y. Redington the democratic nominee for governor this is also the largest town in the state and politically a close one. Rutland proper is an incorporated Village and the town is composed of this Village which is in fact a Small Well built and prosperous City and four or five outlying villages. The Village proper has a population of not far Vivoni 9000, and West Rutland Centre Llu Miaad Aud Sutherland Falls have probably 5000 More making a population of about 14,000 for the entire town. The chief business is the quarrying and manufacture of Marble. 3iore Marble is taken out and manufactured in Rutland than in All other places in the United states combined. Between two and three thousand men Are employed in this Industry Here. They w Ork hard and get fair wages and steady employment. The Supply of Marble seems to be inexhaustible. Remarkable political apathy the fact that a state election is to take place on the first tuesday of september is doubtless known to most Jie Ople in Rutland but they certainly appear very indifferent As to what May come of it. This would not seem strange in a town that was overwhelmingly within the control of either party but Rutland As before noted is a close town. There Are some 3500 names on the Check list and the Republican managers talk of getting out a total vote of 2800 at the state election. Both parties go in for a Square stand up fight in Rutland and though usually the republicans carry the town by from 100 to 200 majority there have been numerous exceptions to the Rule. This year will Jiro Bably be one. 3ir. Redington the democratic nominee for governor is a leading lawyer of Rutland. is a Young Man Able honest and popular. Among the Young republicans he has Many friends who a Strong a inclined to vote for him. has few enemies in his party who avow their intention to do All they can to his injury. One Man a Boss Workman in a Quarry Here engaged 3ir. Redington to conduct a Law suit ty.c1 Rawl cd ir>rk�1 att of c110aa or final Victory. A it is better to be right than to be faithfully yours. For the Best interests of women mrs. N. Mcclellan Brown. Boston aug. 23_ Bons Maho we. A ome of ills ele tenants tekely to prove Troub Ieso me. Richmond va., aug. 24.�?3v Hen the com ii action for Congress is made in the ret Casburg District there will be a Lively fight. Yeah one a candidate for the place now held by congressman Hooper is col. J. Brady. Gov. Cameron and senator Riddleberger Are both opposed to him and will work to defeat him. This of course will make trouble Between them. The term of gov. Cameron expires in 1883, and it is supposed he has ambition to go to Congress. is a voter in Hooper a District and his fight against Mabone now May Leati to the gratification of that ambition in the next contest. The governor is a Good organizer and although to has moved very quietly in this movement against Mahone he has in Lerestes several other coalition leaders besides Riddleberger. _ a i Geive Kal. Democratic delegates elected a Cou Grea atonal nomination a. The following democratic delegates have been elected Milioni state Charles h. Colburn Patrick Lynch James of Stratton George g. Parker j. 1�?T. Gallagher Patrick Gillon Tarbell Corrrea Iii al James f. Stratton Henry m. Clark George g. Parker p. Curran j. Gallagher John Stratton p. Hunt. County Lewis Hayden d. J. Cronan Henry a. Clark m. J. , a. J. Sumner Timothy Kirby. Councillor Delson Underwood Dwight Dewing John , Thomas Hays. Edmund e. Murphy David k. Cases. Senatorial Henry e. Kaies John Stratton Timothy Kirby John p. Neulon Patrick Lynch p. Gill on Patrick Baxter. Middleboro state to. C. Collins j. Shaw a. L. Cobb m. W. Peasley. Councillor Peter Fagin Maie is Raymond. J. Shaw John Cal Lan. Congressional a William bump s. V. Crooker John Callas a. I. Cobb. Senatorial and county to. C. Collins a. J. Bailey Marcus a Iamond Charles a. Ila Row Ell. Walpole state Hon. Geode e. Craig Sara Nel Allen Warren Boyden. Coggims ional a. I. Emmons William a. Jepson ii. C. Metcalf. Norfolk county and second Norfolk senatorial James g. Scott j. G. Hartshorn w. Ii. Ii. Mealy Walter Ballen Job from the Rolls the names of 35 men who have become identified with other political organizations. A Lowyer i Libbia d Speaks 3ir. Hibbard of Lee the Republican town committeeman who refused to circulate the Boston journals lies about gov. Cleveland addressed a Large Cleveland and Hendricks mass meeting at South Norwalk coun., saturday night. Coli Krez a ional nominations second 3iichigan�?yartin Holcomb Republican. Tenth Ohio Jacob romers Republican. Fourteenth Lis Souris Villiam cd Amer re pub Lieuie. Third 3iaine�?l. C. Bateman Greenback. Olally at Bocky Point. The indications Are that the democratic Niass meeting at Rocky Point on 3vednesday will surpass the one held by the Butle rites in numbers and enthusiasm. Blaine bolter in Berk Akire. A Call is out for the Blaine boaters of Berkshire county to moot in in itts fold a. 80, of 2 30 p. M., to form a county organization. Notes of the Cam Paityn. Secretary Hutchinson of the Gree backers said in an interview saturday a the Green Back state convention will be held on sept. 4, As arranged. What action it May take i do not of course know. But it is Likely that after adopting a platform of principles and appointing a committee to Confer with the other wings of the Butler party in the state it will adjourn sine die. That committee will make any suggestions to the provisional committee of the Peoples party that we deem Best regarding the composition of the tickets and the conduct of the Campaign. Possibly Greenback delegates will sit in the convention of the Peoples party but while it is unlikely that our executive or state committee will hold any meetings during this Campaign or take any part in it As a body the organization in this state of the Greenback party will not be a Well attended meeting of anti Blaine republicans and independents was held at Brandon y Ermont saturday evening and a Campaign club was formed with the following officers president or. A. T. Woodward vice presidents e. Thayer s. C. C. Dur Kee secretaries w. T. Scott e. S. Marsh executive committee or. A. T. Woodward e. S. 3iarsh, s. C. C. Durkee ii. A Harrison or. J. Ii. Woodward. A Large number signed the Roll. The officers include some of the most prominent republicans of the town. Hon. John Cummings of fall River called at the democratic Headquarters saturday. Or. Cummings said that he should stand by Cleveland s nomination As he was in Honor bound to do so. Or. Cummings is one of the most Brilliant and effective orators in the ranks of the parly and will be placed on the stump later on. Hon. Nicholas Hatheway was also a visitor. said that he was a done with Gen. 3ir. Hatheway is to speak at the big Rhode Island democratic ratification meeting on Quot wednesday at Rocky Point. The Secretary of the committee of one Hundred save that his canvass shows that in a Ward of one cite which went Republican last year in a total of 240 votes Cleveland will have one vote More than blame a Large number of republicans having decided to throw their ballots either for Cleveland or St. John or strike off the head of the ticket altogether. This shows How the sentiment for Cleveland is working. The republicans of Shrewsbury ma.ss., raised a Blaine and Logan Flag saturday evening. Or. G. Boutelle presided and speeches were made by senator Hoar and congressman w. W. Rice. The republicans of Bellows Falls vt., also had a Flag raising and speeches were made by Rev. C. C. Frost of Elaine Hou. K. G. Horr of Michigan. It was announced saturday that the name of Hon. Robert r. Bishop will not be presented at the ninth i Striet Republican congressional convention. Hon. J. F. C. Hyde of Newton 3ir. Burr of Newton Hon. Charles g. Stevens of Clinton Gen. Steven m. Weld of Dedham and judge Johnson Are mentioned As candidates the Republican National committee have issued another a a appeals to the clerks at Washington. This time the non assessment Law is evaded by an alleged scheme to Start an illustrated per to which the clerks Are expected to subscribe. The Lafayette French Canadian Cleveland and Hendricks Campaign club of Concord n. H., held an enthusiastic meeting and Flag raising saturday night. Speeches were made by col. John George and others. Johnyv. Bragdon chairman of the Medford democratic town co Minitte As false the statement that two members of the committee have come out for Butler. says the co Minitte is solid for Cleveland. There was a rep Lilivau Deino nitration at Chicago saturday night and the City crowded with people from All Over the state drawn thither by curiosity. Gen. Logan made a half hour speech. In the eighth District the republicans will probably nominate col. Charles h. Allen for Congress and the democrats Hon. Charles s. Sibley. Col. Sweeney of Lawrence May run on the Butler ticket. The finance committee of the Republican state organization met saturday. The opinion was expressed that the republicans of this state would need All their Money for Home use. Yie Rose democrats will hold their caucus Yvo edit essay evening. The cull is so worded to include the independents should they see fit to accept the invitation. Republican caucuses will be held in the several wards in Malden this evening to elect delegates for the state and congressional conventions. Quot a. L. Douglass of Brocton has come out for Butler. Defy Jeican Campaign tactics. For him. did so and was successful but the verdict not being As Large As plaintiff to expected he vents his spite on his attorney by opposing him now that he is u candidate for office. Another Man who also can control a number of votes is opposing Redington on purely personal grounds. Despite All opposition Redington bids fair to go out of Rutland with a comfortable majority. Candidate Medink tour a canvass 3ir. Redington is making a personal canvass of the state and wherever he has been he has left a very favourable impression lie has made quite a number of speeches in Southern Vermont and is now up North. Last evening he Sioke to a Large audience at s Wanton. To Uig lit he Speaks in St. Albans. Friday he returns to Rutland and on saturday will meet two More appointments. is engaged to a Jeuk once or twice every Day next week. Up to this time the party managers have Only worked on the quiet in this county but they have put in a Good Deal of Efte Etive work in that Way. 31r. Tuttle business manager of the Herald and Globe and an Active Republican worker prophesies an increase of the Republican majority which Vermont gave in september 1880, which was �?~24,999. His brother a member of the state committee takes a similar View of it. The leading democrats Here on the other hand while making no claims Are strongly of the of Indian that the majority will be Clit Down from two to four thousand. They base this Oil Nola upon the Barmov and general satisfaction which they say exists in the democratic ranks and the apathy among their opponents. They say that Many of the latter Are so disgusted with the Republican presidential ticket and with the National platform of the party that the managers cannot get out a full vote and that it is now too late to make any serious attempt to do so. This county four years ago cast 5071 votes for the Republican nominee for governor and 2802 for his democratic opponent. This year the republicans expect to hold their and the democrats look for a net gain of several Hundred votes for their sides. As both parties Are making still Hunt there is no real enthusiasm visible on either Side. The democrats con Hrnry to , have not yet put out a Flag or Banner in Rutland while the republicans h Ive raised two Large and handsome banners with portraits of the tattooed Man and exclave Catcher. At sex gov. Proctors extensive Marble quarries at Sutherland i alls Large Blaine and Logan Flag flies directly Over the Heads of a Hundred or two democrats who work in the Vard. It is already on a rope either end of which is attached to the top of tall Derrick. Build Zinc extraordinary. Some of the Rutland democrats Tell a Story that is not at All creditable to the sex Gover the Story has been once told in the col Unius of the Post but democrats Here say the version As there Given was not Correct. As from the London 1 Hope that the vigilance committee now turning their attention to the condition of the London streets will not Overlook the hawking of prurient literature and what a an even greater evil the exhibition of objectionable posters. I am no Friend to hushing up scandals in High places but when As happened to me last thursday i arrive at Charing Cross at mid Day and have to pass in company with ladies through gangs of roughs bawling the indecent titles of their wares in stentorian tones and thrusting offensive handbills into the faces of foot passengers i think the time has come when the police should interfere. They Tell it a Young Irish american of his Accord went about among the workmen to see if he could raise enough Money with which to Purchase a Cleveland and Hendricks Flag. w us very successful the Raen contributing liberally. had raised $47 and another Young irishman had raised a larger sum when a son of sex gov. Proctor approached one of the Young men and informed him that it was his fathers wish that no democratic Flag be raised at Sutherland Falls. As the sex governor owns every building there which could be of any use in raising the Flag and As nearly every contributor to the Cleve land and Hendricks flog is dependent upon the proctors for work the Young men refunded the Money they had collected and abandoned the project of a Flag raising. So the by aide and Logan Flag floats proudly Over the Heads of the sex governors democratic workmen and they dare not complain of the prescriptive methods of their Rich Republican employer senator Edmunds in a tight Box. The seclusion of senator Eil munds in this Campaign continues to attract attention All Over the country and the out and out republicans of y Quot Ermont those who would vote for the Devil if he were the regular nominee of the party Are making very bitter comments upon the senators course. Perhaps few of them know How tight a Box the senator is in four years ago fearing Lesta Blaine Man or two might be Chosch to help represent the state in the National convention. Senator Edmunds is now pretty Well known wrote a letter to Friend in this state in which he spoke very plainly of Blaine describing him in Clear Cut phrases As the tool of Jay Gould Aud the de voted Friend of monopoly in All its forms the Serator also requested that his letters be shown to several Geu Clemeti whose names he mentioned. Accordingly this letter was passed around at the state convention and read by quite a number of the delegates and others. It had its effect and not a solitary Blaine Delegate was chosen from y or Mont. From the moment of the pro Duclion of that letter Butine Slock in Vimont began to perceptibly decline in value Aud it has been Tinb Ling Ever since. Now that Blaine nominated and republicans All Over the state Are a a cussing Edmunds for not coming out like a Man in support of the ticket the latter is in a very tight Box and done to know what to do a few Days ago he wrote to Lucius Bige Lowthe w Ell known editor of the Republican organs Here and asked him if he could recollect the precise wording of the letter which he Edmunds wrote concerning Blaine. Editor Bigelow sent a very Sharp note in reply informing the senator in substance that his us Igelow a memory was very fresh on that matter. This reply was probably not eur tirely satisfactory to senator Edmunds but it must have worried him a Good Deal. To make matters worse it is reported that the Sena tors letter As originally written by him now in existence and in the Possession of a former resident of Yermont a Democrat now residing in a Massachusetts. Therefore it is More than probable that senator Edmund will continue to keep a a mum until the close of the canvass. Perhaps he has by this Lime come to the conclusion that it a not always Best for a statesman to a Tell the truth. a Kebab Picani the Republican state committee held a meet ing a wednesday evening at Burlington and some of the proceedings were very spicy there was a free discussion As to the attitude of senator Edmunds in this Campaign and some of the committeemen Are said to have made remarks that were anything but complimentary to the idol son of the state finally it was voted to invite the senator to make a Public address in support of the re publican nominations. A member of the com Mittee was designated to wait upon the senator and inform him of the desire and action of the committee hut the gentleman designated respectfully declined to act. Two or three others were then selected but each in turn declined to serve. No one seemed willing to attempt to Bell the cat. The question As to whether senator Edmunds is still a Republican will probably go unanswered until the end of the Campaign. A if he is not a a said a gentleman to me at Montpelier a then v Ermont is not Beli Ukins the Boston journal. As 1 said in a former letter it is Fiere in the Small agricultural communities of y Ermont if anywhere that the poisoned shafts of malice hurled against gov. Cleveland would have their intended effect. It is Plain however to one w to travels Over the state that the people of Yermont Are disgusted and ashamed of the course of the Boston journal George h. Ball and the whole pack of jackals that has been hounding Cleveland and lying about him. These expressions Are heard on every hand and they Are voiced in an editorial which appeared in the y Ermont Yeatch Man of yesterday. The Yea Schraan is the representative Republican paper of the state. Is owned and edited by or. By. Yvo. In res Cott a native of 3iaine, and a journalist of the highest respectability. The editorial is worthy of a place in the columns of the Post and Here it is in full enemy to True the course of the Boston journal in publishing the details of the Cleveland scandal and scattering the nauseous indictment broadcast Over the land la simply infamous. No useful purpose a served by the publication. The a Pear Arice in a Public journal of alleged respect a Billy one that a admitted unchallenged to the inner precincts of the family of such mat ter drawn out to such indecent minuteness of detail As the police news devotes to the Chron Eling of life among Tho Demi Monde must but most pernicious in its influence non Public morality. The exigencies of the canvass do not re quire that so much moral pollution even if it were Clear that everything the journal has al b god were True should be spread before the eyes of the Young men and women of the count. of them with prurient curios Ity will Brood Over the Story of alleged Debauch Ries and to Many it May prove the first romping to an i Miro course of life Hou sunds will pore Over it who never read i syllable of wholesome political literature. Tin noxious emanation can hardly fail to Brood evils Tomt will task the combined agencies o Good to cure or neutralize. The thin disguise of virtue under which the Baleful w As sent Forth into the Market and inn the family Circle will hardly justify the sending nor w ill the prurient prudery which the Jour Nul destroy the venom of its sting. Tin Case seems to stand thus in its boldest aspect. 1 now a false colouring has been Given to the Story if it Samll be proved Tomt the main fact of a sin Gle lapse from Virtues has been Hight i up with the lurid Blaze of false and Caluin Niou charges the wickedness of the whole pro it eed ing exceeds Tho capacity of just and prope characterization. No one believes Tomt tin Lounial was actuated in the mutter by a Burn ice Zeal in the cause of virtue. It a 4 time and again supported and doubtless will in Tho future support for office men even More open to criticism on Tho score of morality than gov. Cleveland. It seems to b Plain Tomt it is impelled solely by a desire to of i Aln no matter at what disaster to the cause of Lublic morality a temporary partisan and a age w Here there is already in the discussion of matters that Are of National consequence All the of it is any reasonable Foeman could ask. Paper i that descend to this filthy Mode of warfare con a fess their incapacity to handle effectively the legitimate weapons of clean and honorable discus sign. The now York acknowledge i leade in the East of the Republican canvass an l a hard and pitiless hitter disdains to use the s weapons which its Boston co worker finds s Congeni Fitl. Tli6 journal stands Filoni in its bal i Ini Nence among decent papers. Some of its lat o issues would Breed a moral pestilence in an family and should have been suppressed As a of scene literature by the official guardians of Public the leading republicans at the state Capit 1 approve of the Yatchman s Sterling editorial and so do respectable persons in All parts i f the state. G. G. Steamer Edam of the dutch steamship company against the owner of the British Steamer Lepanto for the recovery of $4. >0,000 for the loss of the Edam and her cargo in a collision with the Lepanto sept. 21, 1882, a deciding against the plaintiffs., the Steamer Ham Monla has made the trip to Plymouth 1000 Miles in the remarkably Short time of 8 Days and 17 hours burning on a average �0 tons of Coal a Lay. The Steamer Oregon which arrived this evening from Queenstown made the passage in 6 Days 10 hours. Gumez the Stew Ard of the Schooner Julia Baker accused of assisting in killing his Captain has been arrested. was taken before United states commissioner Shields who sent him to Ludlow Street jail in Dean tilt of $.7000 bail. Losses by fire. The foreign news. War Between fr4nue China opened. And the Foo Chow Arsenal destroyed by the Renchy seven chinese gunboats Sinnk sex Unee Isabella after Alfonso a shoes treaty with Cuba Etc. Tiie Arctic exp Keks. Lilii Sipeer Melville w anti to Challenge Melville w ants death again. Four of the six survivors of the Greely expend Ion Henry piece reek Sergt. David l. Brain Ard Maurice Connell Ami Sergt. Francis 1. Long arrived in Boston saturday evening on a tour of recreation and recuperation. Piede Beck anti Brainard took quarters at the Park r Bouse while Connell and Long put up at to e Sherman House. As might be anticipate whenever they were know la they were the objects of no Little curiosity. But they appeared shy of attracting attention Aud Man tested a it sire to say As Little As possible in relation to the r experience in the Polar regions Sergt. Bali Nicl will depart monday for new York while i Vintes Connell and Long will Reinau in the s cite for a week when they will by allowed to depart for their Homes. Iii Ladelphia. Pm. Aug. 2.3, new Yort yacht club of which James Gordon Bennett a ? Gould Aud Cyrus Field. Or. Are members entertained the officers of the Greely Relief expend Tion at dinner a few Dav Sago. Chief engine r Melville of this City made a Long Whit h he set Forth Tho feasibility of settling once for a 1 the question of an open Arctic sea and that tick it without loss of life. state al his willingness i o take command of such an expedition and that a moderate Sura would be sufficient to cover All the . Young or. Field in answer a d that to was convinced of the Smth of the theol y advanced by chief engine for Melville and that ire was perfectly willing to at Vance half of to e sum required to meet the expenses of the exp edition. Provi led the other members of the Cloo should agree to put their names Down f. It a the remainder. This they at once agreed to. To e Money was subscribed on the spot and there to said to be no doubt that an Arctic expedition in tier 31 Elvis let command will sail from an american port in the fall of 18a3. Engineer Melva let will obtain leave of absence from the Navy without for two years for this purpose. New y Oak aug. 24.�?it has been a lec Dedio exhume the body of private Henry of the Gree y party now lying in Cypress Hill co meter Long Island. The autopsy will be made to to a Rowdy coroners Levy of new York and Liobis i son of Island City. 3 Isiora to the thetis and a the Bear at the a Ricklyn Navy Yard have been acc set of steal ing. To o Walrus tusks a Kyack or Esqui Maux boat and other articles collected in the far Nort i for which commander Schley says he would not have taken a a a. Capt. Coffin lost two Narwal al Lions and a dog harness and or. Ames Liei Colville and other off Lycra have also suffer id losses. St. , Ang. 24.�?memorial services in Honor of the late or. Octave Pavy of the Gret by Arctic expedition were held in Christ Episco al Church this afternoon. _ the exposition. Preparations for the. Great show Iune w Orleans. New Orleans 1.8., aug. 23. i in building of the worlds exhibition has been co a plated except a part of the sheathing of the n of and some of the flooring and exhibits will he a e Civ that the building sept. 1. Horti cult ii Ball has been finished and beating apparatus is being put in. Plants Are being receive 1, Ami shipments of fruit Are arriving Dally which i re placed in cold Stoi age. Hundreds of men i re engaged in excavating lakes laying out walks sodding grounds and trimming grass. Sixteen thousand feet of water pipe from Chattanooga is arriving and being Laid. Linde. Smith a co., of new York will erect a $40,000 Plant for cold sgt rage and ice making for the exposition. This a x Init will be 3.75 feet Long with Glass sides and will show fruits fish meats and vegetable is. The music Hall of the main building is completed and presents a magnificent appearance. The building committee has closed a contract for 1 ,-000 chairs for the music Hall which is provided with orchestra chairs for 500 musicians and a platform for .700 guests. The building committee Lias also contracted for 20 elevators for the i in building for carrying visitors to the galleries. T he work on the building destined for the United states and state exhibits is rapidly Progress the timbers Are being raised and a Force of from the main building now Nealy completed is being transferred to this Bull Ali g. The Art gallery and the Extension of Mac Beni by Hall for Mills and factories being of Iron v ill arrive on the 1st of september and will he n p idly placed in position. Three new hotel bal flings Are under orders for construct ii Aud fully 1000 sets of furniture have been purchased for them during the past w a coed blooded a Credeu. Austrian towns destroyed. Loudos aug. 2.7. fro has been raging for three Days in Rawa a town of austrian Galicia. T free Hundred houses have been destroyed Aud 30c0 persons Are rendered homeless. Fire has also destroyed 114 dwellings and .327 farms in and a Helmut Tho Large Market town of Kozna Dowa austrian Galicia. The hat Vest which had just been gathered was All consumed. There is great i Earth of provisions in the town. Trotting horse burned. Cynthiana ky., aug. 24. Abdallah stables were burned this morning and a score of Fine horses perished. Among them Long Branch Chestnut Witter and Jersey Lily. Different owners had their horses quartered in the stables of w. Ii. Arison who places his loss at $.70,000. The total loss is estimated at $100,000,mostly on horses. Big Blaze at Duluth. Digit til minn., aug 23. disastrous fire a a a cured to night. Little amp pecks Sawmill and lumber Yards were destroyed and Peck amp songs Mill. The losses Are Little amp almonds $110.-000 to $120,000 insurance $70,000 Cutler a Gilbert $30,000 insured $20,000. In Boston and Vicinity. Children playing with matches caused a slight fire in fulsome a Block on King Street saturday afternoon. A a a to Sene stove caught fire saturday after Iklin ill the House no. 11 Worthington Street a a copied by m. A. Cone doing slight damage. The alarm from Box 275 at 10 25 p. Sunday was caused by an incendiary fire in an old unoccupied dwelling House on Tho i Iowa estate on Columbia Street Dorchester near the new York and new England Railroad. The building was owned by Alonzo Hamilton and was totally de str it Yeii. Loss Small As the building was Only Good for Ohl lumber. Slight fire in Tho stable of l. A a. Burnham no. 25 Cove Street sunday was extinguished by members of engine no. 7 without an alarm. Brief reports by Telegraph. East Tawas mich., aug. 23. Forest tires which Start a on the Plank Road and crossed to the East Taw As rail have done great damage to crops burning the standing Grain Hay in stacks baking potatoes in the Grousl and burning several Miles of farm fences and farm buildings in a number of places. It is estimated that .700� acres have been buried Over. Salem mass., aug. 24. fire damaged Putnam a shoe factory at Danvers night $.7000. The following occupants lose m. Sullars $.700 Charles l. Elliott $1000 Charles h. Sawyer $500, the Greenback club occupied a room m the second Story and had left about half an hour before the fire. Cause pro ugly from a Cigar. Partially insured. Bad Ioka vt., aug. 23. House and barns of Jonas and Eilson Stevens at Corinth with 35 sheep .70 tons of Hay and a lot of Grain were destroyed by fire last night which caught in Tho barn. It is supposed to to incendiary. Loss $4000 insurance $2000. Centre cox7vay, n. H.,aug. 23. freight store of Carlton amp Colton was burned last night. Lime plaster Supenis Orphate and 40 barrels of flour were lost and shovel handles to the value of $2.700. There was $1000 insurance on the handles. L07vell. Aug. 23, afternoon a party of Buffalo Bill s men while boiling Oil for the balloon in c. Coburn soil Bouse on Rock Stockt set Ito lire. It was wholly Iles troyed loss $-200. New York aug. 23. building extending from no. 3� to 44 mate Street Brooklyn Ltd a i pied by a number of manufacturing firms was damaged $30,000 by fire to night. A merchant shot la his store pc along a the cause i Mont Klier y t., aug. 2 5.-one of the m 9t cold blooded murders Ever known in the state took place this Forenoon. Clark w. Sunders .35yearaof age in East Montpelier went to the gun shop of Blanchard bros., i and purchased a revolver and three cartridges t us then visited the store of Daniel Carr who seated at his desk. Sanders Drew Revol i or and fired three balls into Carr one taking Efi act in his neck and the other two in his body. C Irr full out of his chair to the floor and expired in few . Sanders put Hla revolver in his pm a Ket and walked out of the store and up Street but was arrested and lodged in jail admits the crime and said he knew the Pons to and expected to hang. The cause of the shooting was jealousy. Sanders wife with whom he Hail had trouble was going to leave him and s of with Plarr. The murdered Man was about t years old is did a provision and auction Bis Quot iness. Carr leaves no family. Sanders and v Ifo had one son about two months old which he took away from Home yesterday and placed a Ith a brother. Carr Formi uly lived in Lawrence mass., and was formerly a member of company 11, fourth Massachusetts volunteers. Gotham Geek Xixis. New York aug. 24. A Joseph Rice a lad lot yet out of his teens this morning shot and at tempted to murder Liis former sweetheart. L a Stone at her fathers House no. 139 Mulbery Street. The shooting occurred in the prose ice of the father and brother of the girl. The fori Ler grappled with the would be murderer after the first suit and disarmed him. Ulce owing to dissolute habits had recently been discard d miss stones injuries Are prob dbl fatal. The annual meeting of the National Pron of the United states will be held at Saratoga sept. 6, 7, 8, Fland 10. The grand us de of the Oiler of sons of 4t George adjourned to Duy. The meeting ii it Yeai jul be in Boston. A number of chinese vessels have been tra is a arc to Nussell amp co., no. 60 Wall Street in eluding 33 steamships varying Between 900 t and 1000 tons Burden. The ships were built in a Erica and were sold to the chinese singly and have now been transferred to the Ameri an Flag most probably on account of the Dange of War. As the Vess ids of a Neutral nation they will be exempt from seizure., the it Iman consulate has received Cable rot Ioe from the president of the Board of police of Frankfort on the Mai of agr cat theft of la ble government Bonds. Judge brow rendered a i decision to Day in i the libel suit brought by the owner of Bath. Me. Aug. 23. dwelling House and out buildings of j. Frisbee at Phlps Burg were the troyed by fire last night. The loss $2000, is covered by insurance. Plymouth n. A. Aug. 2.3. saw Mill Bobbin Aad Blacksmith shop of P. Nutting of Wentworth was burned this Forenoon. Loss $2600 cause Unknow n. Boone la., aug. 23.�?early yesterday a fire broke out at Boonesboro la., and Iles troyed eight business buildings and a Large Canning fac Lory los $2.7,00�. Cd a a Coria n. H., aug. 24.�?Orchard Grove Observatory at weirs was destroyed by fire about 11 of clock to night. Cause and loss unknown. Chester it aug. 25. amp Yvo a. Felt a steam Mill at allover was burned this morning loss $2500 do Rai Bedad smak bit. Fier Lous Accident at a Tylnn Banff a Many person injured. Worcester aug. 23. serious Railroad Accident happened near Quinn bang this morning on the Southbridge Branch of the new y Ork and new Engi Aud Railroad. A train of one smoker and one passenger car went off the rails and fell Down an embankment 30 feet. They fell Over on their sides and Tho fall was gradual there were about 30 passengers on Board most of whom were bruised and shaken. The principal injury of Are to j. W. Phelps of Hyde a Ark Salesman for borne Seymour &co.,of Providence Cut on the right Temple and otherwise injured his Case is critical. Mrs. George Frost of Southbridge severe Scalp wound and concussion with great loss of blood. Mrs. Ruth Paine of , Conn. Left wrist broken and badly shaken up. Miss Frost severe injuries to head and Back. Henry Cady of Southbridge knee injured and right wrist crushed. Or Brooks of Sturbridge head Cut and hip crushed Deputy sheriff Samuel Perry of Southbridge severe wound on right leg. Or. Mcgregory of a Southbridge in Uroil in the Back and hands mra. George w Ells Cut badly. Pm lev m. Clark Cut and bruised. George Dinsmore in chive go a of train Cut badly in several on head and face and hip jammed. Many others were More or less bruised. Physicians from Southbridge Dudley and Woolstock were called and ten dered washing Tox misuse Exir. Washington aug. 23.�?lieut. Gen. Sheri Dan Ami cols. Sheridan and Gregory will Leav Here to Morrow to inspect forts Hamilton Wadsworth and Schuyler and the station at Dav Illus islam. A report i reached to night that Secretary Folger is confined to his bed at his residence in Geneva suffering from asthma. The naval Coal Board of which common acre is president has investigated the subject of the comparative merits of Anthracite and bituminous Coal for Ordinary naval uses and has Reachell the conclusion that Coal especially in smokeless is the for such assistant Secretary of the Interior Josalyn has refused the request of a number of cattle men on Tho Oklahoma lands in the Indian territory to remain till they can remove their Stitik without damage to themselves. The order to the array to remove All persons on the lands in violation of Law the assistant Secretary says will be carried out. The acting Secretary of the Navy received Telegram this afternoon from rear Admiral Welles at Portsmouth. N. Ii., saying that the health officer Hail inspected the United states steamship Galena and reports no yellow fever on Board. No new cases appeared on uie voyage from key West As a precautionary measure the vessel will remain in quarantine a week. Across Ouk web them Boudnek. Montreal aug. 23.�?shippers of beef cattle from Montreal have been heavy losers this season. Montreal aug. 23. company with $1.70 000 capital is in course of Fonn Aliou to run couple of steamers Between Montreal and Hall fax and the West a ont., aug. 23. United states cattle shippers who applied to the Dominion government for permission to transport cattle across the Canadian territory will be surprised to learn that sir John a Macdonald Premier of the Dominion opposes Tho granting of that permission to Wyoming ranch men. The chief ground of object Ion Isy hat in granting Perm lotion the Canadian government a Rouchl be assisting the United states shippers to come into compel lon with the can haitian Farmers in the English markets whose vote he has an eve to for the next general election. St. John n. B., aug. 23.-the planters British As social lon of British Guiana had dressed circulars to All Thebo Arilson Trade and Chambers of Commerce in Canada ask ing for Trade statistics and general information about Canadian Commerce with a View to turning the communications Over to the court of Norcy or possibly the executive government in the Hope that Trade relations Between the colonies May be established and it is believed Here More intimate political relations also. New Post notes. Sk7vport, r. I., Wiig 24.-Chevalier Hugo Fritsch gave a magnificent luncheon at the Casino. Newport to Day. The guests were August Belmont George r. Fearing fair Man Rogers. K. Morgan. C. O. Iselin Isaac Bell. Or j. J. Manalon Frank k. Sturgis. James go Lou Bennett Reginald Rivers and George Peabody he Senate and House special committees on ordnance and War slips will hold a joint session at the Ocean House. Newport this week. Of the Senate committee Gen. Hawley chairman and or Miller of California have arrived Beim tors Morgan Butler and Aldrich arc expected to arrive to Morrow also messes. Landall Hiscock and Otheria of the House committee. They come to examine the torpedo station and witness the naval review tills week. Sei Iatorre Hawley and Miller Are accompanied by their a Niilow. The a anger agents Are perfected for the coach Boston Post advertising Bate a a Nara an �li2it words in alms m Hobo a Lac a adm Chestn Acolon. What u termed a Piata Uei Glit Tinea of thai a Gate Jfe general advert Bino two ate Aad Ltd in so the my in Aartila Tad . A newts per line each in exertion. _ new advert Temento in per line each Ina Erica. Fib inner uses abet Ota must be kid and carved Latady Erlewi no Hoe. Offi Onta most be to Centa Ita Obj a it Minento in Boston Weer for to. Imi Canta per use each to aeration. Post publishing co., p1jbia8hbbs. The ferry disavows the action of 31. Ortega French minister to Lorocco. Recent Cabinet councils at constantinople have mooted the question of sending a fresh auricular to the Powers concerning Egypt. It is now announced that a meeting Between the Czar and the emperor William will take place in september a Jed frauds. London aug. 24.�?admiral Courbet commenced the bombardment of the Foo Chow Arsenal at 2 of clock saturday afternoon. The firing lasted until Nightfall and was answered by All the forts along the River resulting in severe loss on both sides. The British Consul and the English physician together with the other attaches of the consulate at Foo Chow have taken Refuge on Board the British War ships lying Ofle the port. A despatch from Shanghai states that the Foo Chow Arsenal was destroyed after a three hour bombardment. Seven chinese gunboats were sunk and two escaped. The european settlement As not disturbed. A Paris despatch says that the chinese ambassador i Fung has departed for Berlin. gave peremptory orders for lowering the Flag Over the embassy shortly after the receipt of a despatch from Pekin. Lord Granville has again urged the chinese government to some kind of an indemnity to France for the Langson incident but the chinese Council of mandarins steadily refuses to re commenia this to the Imperial govern Niento and the impression Here is that China Hopes and expects to embroil England and perhaps other european Powers in the pending quarrel. The a amp Teru Telegraph company has Given notice that owing to the hostilities at Foo Chow telegrams to that Point will be accepted Only at the senders risk. A Paris despatch says Zyvith the exception of two or three Ultra official organs like the Frank aise the Paris press is the reverse of enthusiastic at the Prospect of War. The Radical papers Are bitterly opposed to 31. Ferry so spirited details of the Boink ardent. London aug. 25. times Foo Chow despatch dated sunday 3 p. 31., says the French shelled the Barracks and Camps near Quanta. No resistance was made to the attack. The consulate buildings were looted by chinese soldiers who were uniformed and were armed. The French chief of staff reports the French loss at six men. The times correspondent believes this estimate to be untrue. The English Pilot was killed during the scare saturday night when the French opened their heavy fire and it is believed Sank one of their torpedo boats. The bombardment is described As of the most sickening character. The chinese Fleet lately on 3ieir River with the exception of two ships been blotted out. No surrender was allowed to the disabled and sinking ships. Their guns having been silenced they were shelled for hours. Admiral Courbet opened fire at 2 p. 31. And the chinese replied almost simultaneously. The dockyard Arsenal fired almost immediately but with Only partial Success. The 11 vessels forming the chinese Fleet were mostly Light River and coast transports and were really toys. The French had eight heavily armed ships namely the y Alta Dugay Tronin. Delai icing aspic y Pierc Loux and Vil Lars. Several chinese gunboats maintained bravely their fire for about a Quarter of an hour when the survivors of their Crews leaped overboard. The combat was practically finished in seven minutes. The Superior French artillery made the contest after disabling the chinese vessels no fight. It was a Luil Sacre. This is the opinion of every Spectator. Two 18-ton gunboats of the chinese Fleet fought Well one sinking near the English Man of War Champion while the other stationed above the Junks made a Good stand. The French kept up the fire on the Arsenal neighbouring buildings forts Barracks and villages until 5 of clock in the afternoon although resistance from the Shore batteries ceased about 3 of clock. Some French and chinese ships were engaged in close proximity to the English Man of War vigilant Aud Champion. At 6 of clock sunday evening three burning gunboats floated Down the Stream one carrying French colors. Numerous fire Junks blazing in a dangerous manner imperilled the English men of War but were fended off. One English bark was say de by the English. The French torpedo boats exploded the Sterns of they Quot Ang Voo transports and the two sinking gunboats. The scenes on the River As the dead and wounded floated by were terrible. The English saved Many of the wounded. The forts lower Down have not yet been attacked. The times correspondent the Only newspaper representative present was on Board the Champion. Tine cholera Scoarse. The total deaths from cholera in France up to the morning of aug. 23 have been 3592. The cholera has now assumed a somewhat new phase the distinguishing characteristics of which Are its Swift spread the violence of its attacks and the Shorter duration of time before death relieves the Sutty Erer. Up to aug. 10 there was no Case of death noted a quicker than four hours after the first attack but within the last week there have been numer our deaths occurring within three hours Aud one is reported of a priest who died on the altar at St. Clemente near Toulouse last sunday after Only two hours illness. The most marked spread of the malady recently has been in the in pyrenees orientals. Up to aug. 15. Only three places were infected. Now there Are 15. The outbreak in Switzerland owing to the Diflo Terence of the climate Aud the lateness of the season is not Likely to work serious ravages. In Italy there have been already fully 300 deaths and the plague increases in violence As it spreads. There were 14 deaths from cholera at 31arseilles during the 24 hours ending at 9 of clock to night. There was one death at Toulon and two deaths at Laveyne to Day. Hireen Isabella Plott Lnu Airt not Alfuso. A sensation has been caused at 3iadrid by rumours of a plot designed by Queen Isabella to reseat herself upon the throne of Spain. Knig Alfonso Slung affection is getting worse despite official contradictions and in the event of his death it is More than probable that Zorilla the Republican Leader who is now under sentence of death would be Able to make a coup d a eat which might overthrow monarchy and establish a Spanish Republic. Sex Queen Isabella in Case of the death of Alfonso seeks to have herself proclaimed Regent. World a Cottien Tlok of v. C. A. The fourth Day of the worlds convention at Berlin of the y Oung 31en�?Ts Christian associations was devoted to various religious exercises and a conference on religious work the Farewell meeting was held in the evening and the convention closed. The result of the meeting will be to greatly strengthen the association in european countries. The delegates will leave for their Homes to Morrow. Most of the american delegates will sail on the 27th or 30th inst. From Hamburg for new y Ork. A Small pox epidemic. Loni it on aug. 24.�?advices from Western Africa state that the Small pox is raging at the King of the How Foreith inter Lois Era monopolize the and of the weat. W.\snington, aug. 24.�?sometime since the commissioner of the general land office ordered a Survey of certain Public lands in Colorado and Nebraska with a View of bringing suits Aga lust cattle companies that have illegally fenced in Large tracts of land in these states. A special agent who has been superintending the Survey in Colorado says eight cases have been found against the Prairie cattle company comic used of Scotchman. Officials in the land office a by the practice of illegally fencing Large tracts of land and making fraudulent entries has been greater the past year than Ever before. They claim mat Between five and six millions of acres Are fraudulently entered. Combo saints from settlers Are being received daily by agents and at the land office her�.,. Iho settlers say the cattle men Are driving them away and taking from them lands which they have settled upon. One of the Laud officials in speaking of the subject to Day said that if the practice was continued cattle men will i Rve entire control of the Best Public lands in the United states in less time 20 years. Relative to the fraudulent entries of land a land agent in new Mexico informs the general land commissioner that of the entries i that territory 9 per cent Are fraudulent and another agent in Dakota yer lying upon the same subject says that 75 per cent of the entries Are fraudulent in that territory. Entire counties Are reported As being fenced in Kansas. In Wyoming More than one Hundred Large cattle companies Are reported having fencing on the Public lands. Some of these companies Are reported to he English and others scotch. not Long ago two new York Fellows were Riding Down Oharles Street in a horse car which was going Tow ids the West end. One was telling his Friend a funny Story and both wore oblivious to All surroundings. Now the Man who broke these two men from Gotham All up was an unobtrusive horse car conductor. Like All of his class this Man wasted no , Aud the car sped on he would Call oat the names of the streets that were being passed. Asho came to a Cross Street he dial not bawl out a a Beacon a treat a a but merely said in a Godil Manly tone of voice the funny Story meanwhile on gaily and the two Fellows were As Chipper As the conventional Lark. As Tho Climax of the Story was reached the car crossed a Street and just when it was time to laugh the conductor said this was too much for the narrator and he jumped up on the seat and fairly shouted a a you re a liar you never heard that Story before in your life you confounded bean eating four Dollar a week there was trouble of course and explanations followed during which it was revealed that a a chestnuts was Only the name of a Street. Cowkey Picut . New Haven Conn., aug 24. number of newsboys were locked no hero to Day for crying sunday newspapers on the streets. These Are the firsts arrests under a recently enacted City ordinance. New England notes. Robert Mccready of Montreal was robbed of $210 by Confidence men tit old Orchard,me.,.saturday. Tin. F. Butler will attend Tho Grafton county fair to be held at Plymouth n. H.,.sept. 24 Ami 25. Mrs. Lucy Leonard of Keene n. H., died sunday age 93 years 7 months 4 Days. She was the Onliest person la Keene. Frank Reno of Southbridge tor rape was sentenced at Fitchburg. Ma.ss., saturday morning to tin years in the state prison. James a 7-year-old son of e. C. Chesley. Was drowned in a Pond at North Andover mass.,8ttt-ui Day. The body was recovered. Alfred Sprague a boy who claims to be a son of Isaac Sprague of Forest Street Roxbury was arrested at Newport k. I., saturday having no Home Charles s. Perr it was elected town clerk of Leominster. Mass., to till the vacancy caused by the death of Joel c. Allee who filled the office for 46 years. At Springfield. Mass., saturday or. O. Over in $.7000,charged with procuring a abortion on mrs. Nellie cars Well of Orange. William l. Female of Kittery me., has a. Cepter the position of principal of the High school at West Newbury mass., to which he was recently invited. The proposition to close the fall River maas., Mills for another week did not us Reeed owing to the oi>po6ltlon of the interest which controls a number of the largest corporations. The valuation of Brockton,mas3.,is As follows Pei social estate,$2,2 53,2.70 real estate $9,.3.75,36.7 resident Bank shares $89,251 Toul a Lauon $11,�77,sg6 rate of taxation $17. The funeral of Hon. Jacob h. Ela sixth Audi tor of the Treasury who died at on thursday will occur from his late residence Kocl Esler n. H., to Ilay at 2 o clock. A thief with the Ai Ilof a pole and Hook Fleshel out John parrots trousers from his chamber in Friy Village Cape Elizabeth me. Friday night and after rifling them of their contents was considerate enough to return them Thomas Mcanna who fell from a Bridge at Haverhill mass., thursday last died of his injuries sunday afternoon. served in company a Massachusetts cavalry in the late War. leaves a Mother living in Pawtucket u. 1. Charles Dwyer a Sailor was arrested at Newport k. 1., saturday after having made two attempts at felonious . When arrested a companion tried to prevent his being locked up. Both men were secured and later Dwyer at tempt Ltd to hang himself in Bis cell. The Dimond will Case is in the probate court at Claremont. A h. The property involved is valued at $7000. Tho contest is Between two daughters and a second wife. The testator was �2 years old at the time the will was draw n. And it is claimed by the plaintiffs that he was mentally weakened by old age and unduly influenced by Bis wife. James Morgan sep pimped to be a professional thief was anew to Liu Worcester mass., saturday for snatching a pocketbook from f. Lincoln of Brook Licul on being searched at the station he had $363, several rings and valuable pins and a slip from a newspaper telling of Sev i ral houses in Fitchburg that were vacated for the summer neyts in Brief. Patrick Harquet of Cincinnati for killing his Wile Jan. 31, 1s83, has been sen Leuned to be banged on dec. 5. A the people of Lawrence kan., Are organizing to secure Ila Mages from the state for losses suffered by Quan Tieu a raid in 186 5. A Onie of the Monnon converts of county tenn., have become demoralized and Are Selling their places and leaving for Utah. Antony roman an italian fruit Vendor aged 23, was arrested saturday at new Orleans in the act of counterfeiting United states Silver Coin. Several newly made Silver pieces and his implements were captured. In View of the presence of pleuropneumonia the Illinois state veterinarian has sent notice to All owners of infected herds compelling them to maintain a strict quarantine until notified to the contrary by the state authorities. The medical examination of w. F. Storey proprietor of the Chicago times ordered by the probate court was made saturday. The physicians will report to the court next thursday and it is expected that they till say or. Storey is a distracted person. Tho alumni of the Chautauqua literary and scientific Circle of new York have elected the following named officers president Chancellor j. Vincent 1. D., of new Haven vice president. Judge Henderson Elliott of Dayton o. Secretary a. Martia of Pittsburg a. Treasurer Rev. W. Bridge of new Haven it. Chairman of the executive committee l. C. Peake of Toronto. feu80nal. Ing Parade and it will take place monday next meeting on Narragansett Avenue Newport at noon there will be about 16 four a bands i hey first drive to or. Belmontes farm at Portsmouth where a Clam bake will be served and return about 5 p.m., when they will drive Down the Avenue. A daa Gebo irs counterfeit. The new counterfeit $10 note on the third National Bank of Cincinnati is described As follows Check letter c series of 1ss2 Brown Bivack b. K. Bruce Register Jas Gilf Luan treasurer. The paper is Greasy and stiff the Fibre is not distributed nor Are the silk theodas parallel As in Trio genuine. The vignettes Are coarse and scratchy. The words a printed at the Bureau engraving and printing u. 8. Treasury dep�?Tt.,�?� in the upper left band Corner of the note will show it is counterfeit from the fact that the letter a in Quot in the word Prius no is engraved wrong be i Side up thus a a a a co Massie in Ashantee. Country recently died and 300 subjects were killed a t the funeral in Bis Honor. A new King has been appointed and the Ashu tee chiefs have asked that the country be annexed to the English possessions Bec Iuse of his notorious cruelty. Commercial treaty with i uha. A Madrid despatch says a a there is a Good Prospect of the final conclusion of a treaty of Commerce Between the United states and Cuba. The leading Spanish paper editorially Points to the fact that unless Cuba and 1 orto Rico have a favourable treaty with the United states the English of the Vest India colonies will which Means death to Cuba. Miscellaneous. Earl Spencer. Lord lieutenant of informed the archbishop of Tuam that a thorough inquiry has proved that Casey a statement that Crown solicitor Batton forced him to swear falsely in the 3ianntransu murder Case was untrue. The feeling of bitterness against the jews in the russian provinces is increasing. An outbreak has occurred at Kutlas in Transcaucasia owing to a report that the jews had stolen a Christian child. Further outrages Are feared. Criticism Here of the government s plan of a Relief expedition to Khartoum by Way of the Nile is daily becoming stronger. 3lauy reasons Are a Hovyn for lie Lieving that the expedition As now planned will be a failure. Thirteen peasants in the Village of Andre jew a near Odessa have been attacked with symptoms similar to those of the rinderpest. Two of the patients died. Troops have formed a cordon around the Village. The French transport Aveyron has been wrecked off Cape Guada Fui. Two Hundred and eighty six of the officers and Crew have reached Aden and 300 remain at Guada Fui. A serious uprising has occurred at de Sim. In Armenia. The leaders refuse to acknowledge the authority of Turkey and the governor is powerless to bring them to terms. The difficulty Between France and Morocco has Heel amicably settled. Prime 3iinister the parishioners of St. 3lary�?Ts Church Charlestown propose to give their pastor Rev. J. W. Mcmahon a reception and present him with a purse of $1000,011 his arrival from Europe sept. I. Or. G. To clap Liam manager of Thatcher in Lime Sci Ami Wem a minstrels h. Moore stage manager ii. J. Sayers treasurer and to members of the company Are registered at Tho United states hotel. To Cunard Steamer Marathon left Boston sat Notay for Liverpool taking the following Cabia or and mra. Sanford Russell Rev. J. A i. Clough, Jacobs mrs Jane Glover and four children. Col. George h. Bardwil. A Well known Railroad Man of Pennsylvania was married at the Adams House saturday to mra Belle of vv8.�biugton, d. C. The wedding was a private one with Tho exception of a few personal friends but it was a very pleasant affair. George Goodnow a wholesale grocer doing business on South Market Street Boston has tiered to give $10,000 in Cash for the Benefit of the industrious Pikr of Sudbury his native town tie amount to be paid within 10 Days after the towns acceptance of the gift which action will probably be taken at the november town meeting. Tiie donor is a brother of the late John it Good now of Boston who gave $20,000 to Sud in by Bis native town for the founding of a Public Library. Suburb Ali 8hoht to fes. In. The Somerville court Satu div John Keefe for illegal Sale of liquor was flu Oil $.70 and costs. The Tail meeting of the Massachi cells Yva toc works will be held in Newton sept. 24. Zvillie Gallagher. 25 years of age. Was drowned in Mystic River at Medford saturday. The body was recovered. Operations have been begun on the new jail at Alem. It is to be built of Rockport Granite and will be completed by Jan. . The charter of Tho first National Bank of to Burn expires Jan. 16, 1865, and stockholders Are being invited to sign the necessary papers for a run rival. And not found wanting in All that is needed to make a beverage that to pleasing to the taste and grateful to the system. Hub punch is what we talk about and it is sold by grocers druggists Aud wine merchants every where and by the proper botox 9, cd Gray is a sgn8, Boston

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