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Boston Post (Newspaper) - April 6, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts Busto in Fust monday morn Ino Askil 6, 1891 labor and capital Park employees agitated Over the loss of pay for March 17 Victory for electro types local says that the revival will be a certainty within less than two weeks when the company will at once set some seventy Tive Hanos at world in the manuf Acturo it of Fly iss m its branches _ the pig i Ron Trade. A reduction of Waires in the North of in Glt us the sumo a discouraging. London. April 5.�?notices have been issued to workmen in the North of England pig Iron Trade to the same effect As those issued the Glass blowers at Cleveland Yorkshire that a reduction of 12v2 per cent will be made in their we yes. The Iron masters assert that the a big fire is Lowell Edson Block burned and masonic Temple badly damaged new book8. Tenants flee for their lives i their liw we 1 t a u u a Vrr i ten Minneapolis Mour Mills form Cost of or Ducton Library ruined by and of life stimulating the e twin that unless Trade improves Many our it a combination Tain that unless Trade improves Many Naces will be blown out. Miners general strike proposal. Paris april 5.�?the International miners i Congress in session at the labor Exchange in Mill help pad by the hour j to is City has adopted the amendment of the delegates of the British miners. Messes. Aspin Wall and weeds accepting the proposal to fire water and smoke a hotel burned in Memphis what is the grip he Blaine the meeting of the Park employees at Chickering Hall Corner of Washington and Northampton streets yesterday afternoon was Well attended. The members of that department of the City a labourers Are somewhat worked up Over the fact that they were not Al Lowed pay for the 17th of March. They claim that the employees of the Ater and sewer departments did not work on that Day but received pay that they the Park employees worked an hour and a half and find inf that the other departraent8 were not at work they Quot knocked off too and that they were docked the Days pay. The matter has been brought before the Board of aldermen. The men were Liberal in criticism of the course of Alderman Stacy in the premises. The Assembly endorsed the Charles River embankment scheme and the Homestead act proposed by local Assembly 5572, composed of freight handlers. They will celebrate their fifth anniversary May 23. When they will be addressed by committees from the health and paving depart meats. The paving department will celebrate the fifth anniversary of the organization this evening. Wells memorial and Dexter Halls have been secured for the . Mayor Matthews he. Cutler superintendent of Streels a. K. Arthur. Department superintendent Davuli Barry president of the common Council and members of the Board of aldermen have been invited to be present. Electro types Victory. The striking electro types have gained the concessions for which they struck. They will it is said go to work this morning. The men Are to pet the minimum rate of �524 a week and the blockers 218. The Advance it is said will go into effect May 1. The regular Semi monthly meeting of the Central labor Union was held yesterday after noon in Typo Hall. Delegates were admitted from the Boot and shoe workers Union hat and Cap makers Union and typographical Union no. 13. Resolutions were adopted requesting the representatives in the legislature from Suffolk county to support the Bill giving the City the right to borrow $3.500,000 for the completion of the Park also adopted from the clothing operatives Union asking the state and City boards of health to exercise their functions in behalf of the employees of workshops and tenement houses where clothing is made Aud look up the sanitary conditions of these places. The Union was addressed by or. D. R. Dewey and professor Ripley of the Institute of technology on the subject of Industrial training schools m the Public schools. Both favored the plan and thought it would be beneficial to children desiring to learn a Trade in that it would show them for what Trade they Are Best fitted. A Ruso Luton was adopted asking that the legislative committee be instructed to ask Lor a commission to investigate the subject. The Secretary was instructed to Issue a circular to trades unions and knights of labor assemblies to cock operate in the Effort to make eight t hours a Days work. The clothing operatives Union met yesterday and elected delegates to the convention to be held in new York april 1. The convention will be held for the purpose of forming a National organization. The Union will hold a Public meeting in Wells memorial Hall april 1. Leather workers division no. 1, of the District Assembly knights of labor met yesterday afternoon at 9 Elm Street and considered the situation of the strikers in Lynn. The division decided to do in its Power to Quot continue the fight to a finish in favor of the men. Thirty six delegates were present. Local Assembly 628. Knights of labor composed of new York amp new England Railroad freight handlers met yesterday afternoon anti initiated several members. The teamsters held a meeting yesterday afternoon in Oxford Hall Aud transacted routine business. New system of wages. The Mill operatives at fall River Are to be Faid by the hour. Fall River april 5.�?tomorrow morning a new system of paying operatives goes into effect in the Mills of this City. It has been the custom heretofore to pay Many operatives by the Day. in consequence the help received As much fur a Short saturday As for other working Days in the week of sixty hours. When a serious threat was made by the legis lature to reduce the working hours one tenth the matter of wages was brought prominently before the minds of Aud they decided to make a change. Accordingly they posted circulars in the various Mills notifying j the Day help that beginning tomorrow their wages will be paid them by the hour. A person who works seven hours 1 on saturday will receive seven hours pay if he works ten hours on other Days he a will receive pay therefor at an a hourly rate. The new system will not affect mule spinners weavers spoilers speeder tenders or mule drawing girls As they Are paid according to the amount of yarn or cloth produced from their machines. Men who care for opening and carding machines girls Aud boys attending ring frames Aud mules loom fixers in some cases general labourers in the corporation Yards also overseers will be affected directly. Should the legislature pass the fifty eight hour Law they would Gaffer a direct reduction in wages. Other help contend that the rest Given them by the weekly half Holiday will give them the increased strength and health necessary for getting the same production As under the old system. The print cloth Market Outlook. The activity in the print cloth Market in this City last week caused some Surprise when the weeks statement showed its full extent Stock was was reduced 56.000 pieces Aud Sades amounted to nearly twice the production. Mills Are Well sold into june despite the very Low prices Aud the Outlook is Cou i dered better Thau it was a week ago. Mauu inc tuners Are becoming reconciled to what a Lears the sure enactment of the fifty eight Lour Law but of them feel that the Best interests will be Subserve by postponing Sulci action until a More general demand for Sciort hours is made by operatives in other new England states. A new flour Combine. Uin Neapolis Mills to fight the Pillsbury Washburn Syndicate. Minneapolis. Minn., april 6.�?ten Minneapolis Mills with a daily output of nearly 20.000 barrels have formed a combination api inst the great Pillsbury Washburn English Syndicate. The owners of the Mills claim that they were compelled either to go into a Combine of their own or go under the Wing of the great institution managed by c. A. Pills Burn. It is understood that the opposition Mills will in a few months be placed under one Naiia Lemeut with one set of Grain men and the other economies of concerted action. Organize a general strike in principle Only. Will not invite or. Davitt. London. April 5.�?the British government has decided not to invite or. Davitt to serve upon the labor commission and has asked or. Lowell. April 5.�?the worst fire Jowell has had in Many years occurred this afternoon. Boys set lire to a Box of waste Paiper in the Alley Back of the Edson Block Aud the fire dropped into h. C. Church amp souls cellar. It Mccarthy to suggest another Irish represent a Pead rapidly and the basement of this shop anticipates trouble. Orders the a Etna of the Cruiser Charleston to Honolulu san Francisco. April 5.-the Charleston received orders yesterday from the state department to return at once to Honolulu. Secretary blame is not at satisfied with the condition of affairs at Honolulu and the slate department attic Coates trouble. It is or Blaines desire to show the English and other foreign elements in Honolulu that the United states does not intend to neglect her interests in Hawaii and that the state department will be ready for any emergencies which May arise. The san Francisco is ordered to sail on wednesday for Chili. The weather indications. Washington. April 5.�?forecast till 8 . Monday for Maine new Hampshire and Vermont fair weather southerly winds warmer except in Maine stationary temperature warmer tuesday for Massachusetts Rhode Island Connecticut and Eastern new York warmer fair weather southerly winds warmer posts forecast. Clear skies will cover new England today with higher temperature. The winds will be Light Westerly shifting to Southwest and South. For tuesday fair weather is indicated possibly followed by increasing cloudiness tuesday night southerly winds and warmer. Weather synopsis. Clear to fair skies were i a sorted from districts at observation time last evening excepting a few Small isolated Cloud areas in the Lake Region with very Light locals snows at some of the stations in that Section. Caused by the change in Lemper lure. The Only stations reporting More than a Trace of precipitation yesterday were Chicago with 0.10 inches grand have. Green Bay. 0.04, in the nor Neast rhe pressure is below the average but is rising slowly As the Audi cyclonic area Central in the Gulf states moves eastward. The highest barometer was 30.32 inches at fort Smith. From that Point the pressure diminishes gradually northwestward to the upper Missouri Valley where a depression is moving in irom the Northwest territory. The lowest barometer was 29.68, temperature 62 at fort Assini Bogue this storm has caused Only a partial cloudiness in the Section covered by it. The temperature in the West is decidedly higher. At 8 . It was 42� at Denver 62�?o at Assino Boine and 50� at St. Vincent. In the Lake Region and Ohio Valley it was about fleeing. On the coast it was slightly higher with a gradual Rise from 30 at Eastport to 50� at Jacksonville. In new fun Glauf the maximum temperatures Yesier Uay ranged from 34� at Northfield vt., to 44� in . Observations at . Barometer. Thermos utter. Dew out. Relative humidity. Wind dire Iiona. Wind velocity. Weather. Rainfall. Mean daily bar 29.89 i eau daily ther. 36.0 Alan Dally Dew polnt.19.0 Max. Wind new 25 Ovlean Rel. Humidity.06.5 total . Normal maximum temperature from the records of eighteen years 47.3 Torii Iii minimum. 32.3. Observations elsewhere. 8 .\.m. 8p.si. .29.84 29.94 .3�?Tj.i 35.0 .2u 18 60n Vav w. 25 12cly Dalesi Cly less. 0.00 ther. 43.1 ther. 30.0 1 1 baroque Ter. 1 1 thermometer. Veather. Albany. 29.98 34 Clear . 29.94 34 Clear Buffalo. 30.00 30 Snow Bismarck Dak. 29.84 58 Clear Ghey Eane. 30.h0 48 Clear ublcago1 1 30,00 Snow Cincinnati. 30.16 30 Clear Detroit. 30,04 32 fair Duluth. �?�29.06 32 Snow Elpaso Texas. 29.93 68 Cloudy Eastport me. 29.80 30 it tear Helena. Mont. �?�29.7� 51 Cloudy Jacksonville Fla. 30.14 50 Clear Kansas City. 30.18 5 a Clear a Lontreal. 29.88 28 Cloudy Marquette Mich. 29.96 28 a Tommy new Orleans. 30,30 54 Clear new York. 29.98 38 Clear Portland me. 29.86 34 Clear Salt Lake City. 29.86 62 Clear Washington. 30.04 40 Cloudy Wasluk Wigton . 30.06 1 48 Clear and c. I. Daynard amp dry goods shoo were soon afire. An alarm brought the firemen and after fighting the fire for an hour and a half a general alarm was Given. The Edson Block was doomed. It was a four storied Brick Block. The fit Mes burned up through to the roof which soon fell in As did tie floors Down to the ground floor. It was owned by the Wyman heirs of Baltimore. Only the front and Back Walls Are standing. A few Days ago c. Maynard amp co. Added $6000 in dry goods to their already Large Stock. The new goods were in cases and had not been opened. This added to about $24,0c0 already in Stock was a Complete wreck. There is about $15,000 in insurance on the Maynard Stock. H. A Church amp son. Incurance agents and fancy goods dealers have been moving to new quarters and Only a portion of their former Stock was in. They Are damaged about $6000 fully insured. On the second floor of the Edson Block was the City a Public Reading rooms for men Aud women Board of health office and other offices. Everything Here was lost the damage being principally on furniture fully insured. Tenants on the third and fourth floors were obliged to run for their lives without saving any of their property. They were Thomas f. Of Connell insured for $500 Katie m. Sullivan dressmaker. $300 insurance $500 loss. B. He urine ton Christian scientist loss about $800, Small insurance. Jennie Young. Maggie Hickey. Miss Greaves. Kate Kenny and mrs. F Arning ten. Dressmakers no insurance loss from $300 to $500 each. F. Vigeant loss $1500, no insurance. Janitor m. C. Rowell no insurance Simpson amp Rowland of Middle Street had their cellar filled with four feet of water and about $5000 Worth of groceries were damaged. Their insurance was $11,000. Edson Block was insured for $15.000. Which is nearly its value. The fire spread to the masonic Temple adjoining on the East by Means of an opening in the cellar and a door connecting the second floor of tit two buildings. The masonic Temple. Which is owned by the Hosford heirs is occupied As follows on the first floor c. A. Mitchells shoe store with a $20.000 Stock and a store operated by the Goodyear rubber company with a Large Stock of rubber goods put in Only last week. On the second flood is the Public Library of the City with 41.000 volumes. On the upper floor Are the quarters of the masonic and knights Templar bodies. Mit belts shoe shop was scorched from end to end and what in the was of damage the fire failed to do Here the water did. The $20.000 Stock is a com plete wreck. There is an insurance of $10,-000 on Mitchells Stock. The fire burned of the Library books in the Alcove under the stairs leading up to the masonic quarters. The rest of the Library was wet considerably but the shelves gave considerable Protection from the water that poured through tiie building and Many thousand volumes escaped. A great number however were blackened by smoke or soaked with water. The Library has an insurance of $20.000. In the masonic quarters fitted up at an expense of $10,000. The damage was mostly of water. The Organ and several Oil paintings of dead members were destroyed Ana a Hole burned through the floor. About 300 knights Templar regalia Worth about $22,000, were somewhat damaged by water Aud smoke. A Blanket policy covers the lodges property but the toss on regalia will fall on the individual members. The loss of the Goodyear rubber company cannot be estimated. Their property was away from the line of fire and the loss is mostly by water. The Temple was damaged about $7000. It was late tonight when the fire in the ruins of the gutted of Dsoza Block extinguished. Essa a in philosophy. To who Aie unacquainted with the terms or methods of philosophical reasoning. Professor William Knight so a essays in philosophy old and new a will not be Welcome or indeed possible Reading. But those who have mastered the Ordinary terms and Are prepared to give somewhat More connected attention than is required for the latest novel or the latest fad will find this Book neither dry nor abstruse but a particularly attractive consideration of the great problems of philosophy essays Are not but their attraction comes from a Clear and remarkably dispassionate discussion of questions which usually enlist the violent sympathies of partisans on one Side or the other. This keynote of the volume is struck in the essay on eclecticism which or Knight defends from misinterpretation Aud explains As being in its True form conciliation rather than compromised a recognition of the fact that every system of note has its Day and its portion of truth that development proceeds along the same lines Only to a certain Point and that the system then Dies or becomes moribund while truth finds a new phase and other forms of development. The application of this theory and the habit of or. Knights mind Are nowhere better shown than in the essay on meter psychic is in which the writer carries on his Eclectic sin and is at the Point to explain that a dead system or rather its portion of truth May sometimes be revived to advantage. Here too or. Knight gives himself the pleasure of explaining to those thinkers who strenuously believe in immortality and at the same time frown upon mete psychosis As a Heathen and outworn Creed that resurrection from the dead and a personal immortality once accomplished the partakers of that future state will in themselves Otter a proof of different states of existence for the soul. For they will be beings who will have had at least one previous Hie that upon our Earth. The titles of the other essays Are a idealism and experience in literature Art and life a a the classification of the sciences a a ethical philosophy Aud Quot personality Aud the Lii finite a and through these runs in one shape or another the Catholic idea already mentioned but it must not be supposed that or. Knight has no fixed opinions of his own. On the contrary he is in Many ways a firm conservative and opposes himself very strongly it is Worth idiot Bisig to evolution received merely As a process that is to any theory of evolution which does not definitely recognize a derivative source. or. Knight evidently believes in a personal god As Well As in personal immortality. One or two of these essays if no More were delivered As lectures at Tho University of St. Andrews where or. Knight is professor of moral philosophy and political Economy and the close connection which has Ever existed Between literature and scotch philosophy is exemplified Here both in the manner in which the Book is written and in frequent allusions to the More serious poets As Well As in quotations from them. Once or twice or. Knight says an extremely Good thing As when he suggests that the a a Phaedon of Plato itself passes through mete psychosis in Wordsworth so code on the intimations of the link to the Best literature could not be made closer than in the dedication to or. Lowell. Assays in Fri Loop in old and new. By William Knight. Boston Houghton Mifflin amp co. Price $1 25. That myi Sterious and terrible if Eaifie carefully a Italy red and Denarl bed what to do when it come. Nearly every physician every scientist and every sufferer has been asking this great question what is the grip some have asserted that it is a dangerous microbe which comes into the system Breeds several millions every second Aud soon overruns the body with disease. Others have said that we Are passing through a Region of Star dust and that the minute particles Are drawn into the body with every breath. Whatever it May be it is certain that it is something within the body which is fighting with the body to undermine the life. What would common sense dictate in such an emergency counteract the enemy. Drive it from the system. Do not trifle with it. Act promptly and wisely at the first approach which you can readily detect take something which can counteract their deadly influence. Spirits of some kind Are the Best thing to take and whiskey is preferable to any Oiler kind of spirit Buti it should be borne very carefully 111 mind that Only pure whiskey will have the effect and St Oulu also be remembered that Duffy a pure malt whiskey stands at the head of preparations and is the Only medicinal whiskey noon the Larket. Scientists have asserted this the doctors have verified it and millions of people have proven it beyond a doubt. There Are Many unscrupulous dealers who will assure you that any whiskey will answer the purpose but they Are wrong and Are trying to deceive you. In Case of grip you cannot afford to take any chances therefore take that which is beyond question pure medicinal and the Only valuable whiskey upon the Market. Fugal. Notick. Com 4ion Wea / s United states league a Novelty in fraternal societies. saving no medical examination. Organizers wanted everywhere. Funeral of an anarchist. Pittsburg april 5.�?the obsequies of Joseph Frick anarchist took place this Atter noon in an undertakers rooms nearly 1000 people being present. Johann most delivered the Eulogy Aud took advantage of the occasion to make an Appeal for anarchy. The dead Man was attired in Black. A blood red Scarf encircled the Throat and a blood red Rose was pinned to the coat Lapel. Around the foot of the Bier floated tie folds of a Carnie anarchist Flag. The rests beneath the casket were draped with Bunting of the same sanguine Hue. Two bouquets of fresh Field Flowers Lay month Scottin lid Ana Over the coffin there Hung two red garlands. His embezzlement foots up $100,000. Savannah a. April 5.�?president Hammond of the merchants National Bank announced last night that the Bank a loss through irregularities of its cashier Thomas Gadsden who committed suicide Friday morning will not exceed $70.000. Gadsden a embezzlement foots up $100.000. His Bond was for $30.000.____ Rescue of Warner Millers party. New York april 5.�?ex-senator Warner Miller and his fellow voyagers who were stranded on the Steamer Aquan on Rau cador reef 230 Miles Northeast of Gre town Nicaragua arrived at Grey town yesterday morning they were rescued from their perilous position on the Coral Bank by the steamship presi Denie Carazo. Which was sent to their assistance from prot once Island. Maximum rate Bili vetoed. Lincoln neb., april 4.�?governor Boyd this morning returned the Newberry maximum rate Bill to the without his approval on the ground that it was Unicoi Stilu Lionial. The Bill passed the House Over the veto but it is Belivea that the veto will be sustained in the Senate. It the Sandwich Glass works is in stated that they mall soon be opt ration again. Sandwich. April 6.�?a report is current which seems to to Well founded that negotiations for the organization of an entirely Fie v corporation for the purpose of starting up again the amp Sandwich Glass com pity a a Plant Are under Way and Well and Vouco toward completion. The Falmouth professor smileys successor. Washington. April 5.�?Charles f. Pidgin of Massachusetts for nearly Twenty years prominently Connie cod with the Massachusetts Bureau of statistics under Caroll d. Wright has been appointed chief of the census division of f in and fisheries pending an investigation into charges against professor Smiley the former Chiet women not to be admitted. Patchogue l. I. April 4.�?at the new work methodist general conference today the vote unon the question of the admission of women to the general conference was taken by ballot without debate. It resulted in the measure being Defeated by a vote of 162 to 66. Resignation of a pastor. The Rev. Alphonzo a White pastor of the first universalist Church of Cambridge has tendered his resignation to take effect the 1st of next september. A special meeting of the Parish hold april 13 to Lake action. On the matter. The record of fires. 19150,000 fire at Memphis smaller fires in Maine and new Jersey. Memphis Teun. April a a the new seven Story abstract building and the Franklin hotel on Adams Street were burned this morning Aud the Fellows building at the Corner of main and Adams was damaged. The loss to r. Dudley Frayser on the abstract building is $75,000. that of Thomas r. Boyle on the Franklin hotel $20,000. Sex District attorney Fellows of new York loses $15,000 on Bis build aug. Harpman bros., cigars m the Fellows building lose $10.000 s. Slaver amp co., tailors lose $30.000 insurance not known. Gardiner. Me. April 5.�?fire at 1 45 . Burned the store owned by Frederic Dan Forth occupied by w. C. Palmer As a Hook store. Loss 011 building about $1000 insured. Palmers loss $3000 largely covered by insurance. The Gardiner water company a office overhead was slightly damaged by water. Cause of fire unknown. New York april 5.�?hengeveldt�?Ts silk factory at Midland Park n. J., was burned last night. Loss $25.000. Fifty Hanas Are thrown out of work. Chemical 2 extinguished a slight fire in the awning of Sidney Squires a building. 329 tre Mont Street at 8 55 of clock yesterday afternoon. A Brush fire of the estate of mrs. Joel Seaverns of Pond Street Jamaica Plain at 6 40 saturday evening caused an alarm. Easter publications. An easter Carol is the title of a Little Art Book in cardboard covers of White and Silver symbolic of purity Given out by messes. E. P. Dutton amp co. Of new York. The Carol which is from the Peu of Phillips Brooks is excellently illustrated in color. Some of the vignettes particularly a Bunch of catkins and a Little Cluster of White violets make us Long to hasten the coming of Spring. The easter double number of the youths companion comes to us this week in a Cream White cover and contains no less than nine Complete easter stories. The illustrations by Taylor Gibson Vogt Myrick Ana miss Johnson have unusual Merit. The publishers announce that 600,000 copies of this Issue have been published. There is a situation for a Balzac in an up town f Rench restaurant in new York. The place was started by a Man Aud Bis wife. The Man worked in the Kitchen and the wife w cited on tie tables. 8he was too heavy of her feet and they gave out. She was Tii Refore obliged to hire a waiter. From that Day 10 this she has sat in a chair in the restau rant helpless but glaring at tie Man who is aking wages that she set out to save. Her Thrift will cure her quicker than any doctor. Book notes. The excuse for professor Clarks creditable life of Savonarola is that it supplies the want of a Good Short biography of the frate in English. As might to expected from or. Clarks close following of Villare his View of Savonarola is from fair to favourable and that is undoubtedly the right one. Or. Clark finds him much nearer a Martyr than a self conscious if not deceitful enthusiast much nearer hero than a self seeker. This writer has not the gift of an easy or attractive style and he is burdened a Little too much both with his authorities Aud with the desire to account favourably for every act of Savonarola a life. Savonarola Lis life and times. By Wil Liam Clark . Chicago a. A if Mcclurg amp co. Price $1 60. We certainly shall not be accused of injustice to the work in literature of or. Robert Louis Stevenson but admiration for the Many delightful pledges of his Talent to has already Given must not Blind us to the Lack of inspiration in these they contain passages of great spirit passages of Unden Fible eloquence but Only one of them has an approach to the simplicity of the True Baiad and of them a without exception strike us As Tours Deforce of Clever and animated verse. It is moreover open to wonder Why or. Stevenson with his by Disant Talent should Piave had to make two Long preliminary portions to the Quot song of Atrero a and to leave the pith Ani moment and excitement of it for the third part. hi3 he not depended too much on the Mere word in a a Ticonderoga a a Heather Aiea has a quaint fascination but a Christmas at sea ranks poetically far above anything else in the volume and is far More like a Ballad than any thing else. Strange to say or. Kipling who is scarcely a poet at has in Quot the hang ing of Danny Deaver a written a haunting thing that is Worth More than the pieces in or. Stevenson a new collection. Ballads. By Robert Louis Stevenson new York Charles Scribner a sous received from de Volfe f Iske amp co. Price Quot the Fidalgo of Casa to Urisea compares Well with the Light fiction of writers in the Fhi Glish language for instance such As found in the Quot Leisure hour the Story bears upon the conflict Between the ancestral Pride of the old Fidelgo class of the last generation in Portugal and the Republican spirit of the times and though such a conflict is an old Story in Europe it is a subject Galway interesting to read of. A the of a Dalgos of Casa to Urisea is noticeable for its pure and High minded tone and though not powerful it is entertaining agreeable and Well written the author is fortunate that his Book should have come into the hands of a translator whose knowledge of the portuguese language and refined taste have effected a just and appreciative rendering of it into easy and Good Inglish. The Fidalgo of Casa Mourise. From the portuguese of Julio Diniz. Iran Lafed by Roxana l. Dabney. Boston d. Lothrop co. Price $112. _ at the museum of Fine arts in the wit i the Ani Medon of Regnault there is a line landscape by Courbet treating of w oods rocks and Stream in the most masterly Man Ner. A splendid lesson in painting for any artist to study and of inestimable Worth to the students of the museum school who will scarcely see anything finer in Paris. Going to the North pole if he can. New Bedford april 4.�?samuel h. Mitchell of this City is building a whaleboat for Engineer Robert e. Peary. who will to take Lui Fiort to seac k the North pole. March april May Are the months in which to purify your blood. Now take hoods Sarsaparilla Liberal picks Aeu owed for old machines taken in part payment for latest running new Home hewing Mac wee. Iraq . _ _ _ of Man a a Usu Folk. S8.�?prohatk of mkt. To vol person interested in the Neshite of urn Ivy f. Clinton late of in a Aid county to pleased Cree tic . Mary e. Dangle of the saute of said Elt a has presented for allow Ince the flt St and anal account of her upon the estate of said deceased you Are hereby cited to appear at a probate court to be Holder at in a Aid county of monday the Twe Nileth Day of april a. 1. 1891, at ten o clock in the Forenoon. To a How cause if any you have Why the same a hould not be allowed. .4nd said is ordered to serve Thi citation by publish Luj the same once a week for three successive week is la the i Ost. A primed a i said the last publication to be two Days at least before court. Witness. John w. Mckim. Esquire judge of said court this ninth Day of March in the year Oue thous idd eight Hundred and flu Etc one. Elijah George. Register. of Massachi , court. To persons interested in the trusts under the will of Mary Ellen , late of in said county dec easel. Greeting whereas. William Minot and Willlam Minot jr., trustees under said will have preset Neil for allowance the tenth account of their trusteeship of certain estate held by them for the beef it of George Lyman Appleton you Are hereby sited to appear at a probate court to be Holden at in said county of Suffolk on Somlay the Twe Nuttli Day of Vanl a. I. 1891, at Teu of clock in the Forenoon to show cause if any you have Why the same should not be allowed. a a id trustees Are ordered to serve this citation by up busting the same since a week for three successive weeks in the i Ost a be spat or published at said the last publication to be two Days at least before said court. , Jons Vav. Mckim in Square judge of said court this thirtieth Day of March m the year one thousand eight Hund Reil and Lii Ely Bike. Jullyn u. Pain assistant Register. Probate Miotk e.�. Tomona a Kaeti of massacre dle sex a dust to persons interested in the estate under the will of George w. Lym.4n. Late of Waltham in said county deceased Testate Given in Trust Lor the Bene tit of George Lyu Iau Appleton greeting whereas Willlam Minot and Minot or. The trustees under said will have presented for allowance the tenth account of Ali eur trusteeship you Are hereby cute it to appear at a probate court to Beholden at Cambridge in 3 Iid county on the fourth tuesday of april next at nine of clock in the Forenoon to show cause if any you have Why the same should not be allowed. said trustees Are ordered to serve Liis Clatton by publishing the slime once a week in the Post a newspaper printed at three weeks successively the last pub Matlou to be two Days at least before said court. Witness. Skorok. A. Brooks Esquire. Judge of said court this Thi Tietti Lav of March in the year of our lord one thousand eight Hun Drca and a laity one. Ii. Tyler Register. Office of supreme Lodge 62 Boylston St., . Mass. He fraternal Circle the original year a hint a pays $1s.oo weekly Siek Benefit. 9�ov.oo in two tears. Over $100,000 in Reserve deposited with state treasurer. $45,000 paid in Sid benefits. Organizers wanted Everi where. Terms Aud circulars on application. William Hamilton sup. Pres., july Aston Street. Buston. For imperative reasons order Trees evergreens roses shrubs Hardy plants Elo. A at a Shady Hill nurseries Cambridge. May. The largest and Best Stock in new England. A to in Loi catalogue. The most helpful and cons prehensile issued. Take Poi res station cars at Eveie House to reach Nui genies in 25 minutes. A Temple amp Beard Corner Beacon and Kirkland fit reets. Abao lately no leakage from any so Roei no dripping or sweating j fireproof ventilating. E. Vannoorden amp co., 383 haeei80n ave a . Remington to Briard typewriter. For a teen 9 years the stand Ard and today the most per Lect develop rent of the w re Tang Chine embodying the latest and highest a c Hie vement of inventive and mechanical Kin. 10 lieu Ive ii Ikon every improvement Nat study and capital can secure. Of Wyckof f. Mean tuns Benedict 16 school 8l, mass. Trees. Shrubs. Choicest novelties and Standard Yarie tics of fruits and ornamental plants. In Quantity Quality and prices not surpassed if equated. Cum Urison invited. See samples at a change Avenue near Dook Square and at Nursery. Send for catalogue. We. C. A tron of it Ubati Maes. of a Sash it , Kobak Ogert. Tot Scheir at Law next of Kin Aud other persons intercede in thees site of John Lavyrl late of i said county deceased Greet inc whereas a Bertaln instrument purporting to be the last win and testament of said deceased has been presented to said court for probate by Liz a Beth Mlavsky of said who that letters to Centary May be is sued to her the executrix there i without giving a surety or sureties of her of Cial Bond to Are hereby clued to appear at a probate court to be held at ii Ostuw in said county of Suffolk on monday the Twe Nileth Day of april. A. I. 1891, at Tea in the Loren our. To show cause if any Youhao. Against the Eitnie. said i it Eti loner is hereby directed to give in Bella no pics in Hereof by Obi uhme this foliation once a week for three successive or eks in the newspaper called Ilie in Osi printed at a Aid . The last publication to be two Days Al least before said court. Witness. John a it Iii Squire judge of said court this to dirty first Day of March in the year one thousand eight Hundred and no net on. Elijah George ski Felstet. re of mass Oahu o . court. To persons interested in uie trusts under the will of George h1ggin80n, late of in said county dece used greeting whereas we Lellam Minot to. Trustee under said will Tias presented for allowance the second account of Nis trusteeship of certain estate held by him Tor the Benett of Edith ii. Jop Iii y of Are hereby cited to appear at a probate Courteol get Holden at in said county of Suffolk on monday the twentieth Day of april a. D. At ten of clock in the Forenoon to show cause if any you live Why the same should not be allowed. said trustee is ordered to serve this citation by publishing the same once a week for three successive weeks in the Post a newspaper Piihl shed at said the last Publica Loii to be two Days at least said court. Witness John w. Mckim Esquire judge of said court this Thor Lelih Day of March in the year Oue to Lousana eight Lindred and ninety one. John h. Paine Register. of m.as��a��?Th17� i . court. To the next of Kin. Creditors and other Persona interested in the estate of Janet Frances . Late of Caius Ridge in said county deceased intestate whereas. Application a been to said court to Grant a letter of administration on the estate of said decease. To Puli it t. I Ampbell and fraud Campbell both of Cumbridge in tie county of Middlesex Ami to exempt them from giving surety or sureties on their Bona pursuant to statute y of Are hereby cited to appear at a probate court to is held at Cambell a in Sale i county of .mlddle.tex, on the fourth tuesday of april next at nine of clock in the Forenoon to show cause it any you have against granting the Sam. the said pc toners Are hereby directed to give Public notice it ref. By Iblis Hong its citation ones a week Lor three successive weeks in the newspaper Collea the i Ost a rated at the last publication to be two Days a least Lief re court. Witness Grook m. It Tooks. Esquire. Judge of said court this Dar of March in the year Oua thousand eight Hundred and ninety one. H. Tyler Igister. Ct0.41b0nweai, of a fax a a lev sktts.-8uffolk, court. To persons int rested in the trusts under the will of Jacob fall late of la said county deceased greeting whereas William Minot or. Roberts. Minot trustees under will have presented for allowance the second account of their tribute Eshop of certain estate held by them for the Benett of Mary e. Lombard you Are hereby cited to appear at a probate court to be Holder at in said county of 8uffolk, on monday the twentieth Day of april a. 1. 1891, at ten of clock in the Forenoon to show cause if any you have Why the a Aine should not be allowed. Salil trustees Are ordered to serve this citation by publishing the same once a week for three successive weeks in the in Ost a newspaper Public slide at said tie last pull cation to be two Davs at least before said court. Witness. John w. Mckim Esquire judge of said court this thirtieth Day of March Lii the year one thousand eight in naked and ninety one. John u. Bain e. Assistant Register. C0�id 0mwrae.tm of Miah Acuti , court. To the next of Kin and others interested in the estate of Michael j. Leaky late of in said county deceased. Greeting whereas. John Leary the administrator of the estate of said deceased u of already administered presented to said court for allowance the first account of his admit Stratios on Salit a i application Lias been made Tor a distribution of the balance in his hands among the next of Kin of said deceased you Are hereby cited to appear at a probate court to be Holden at in said county of 8uffolk. On the Ihler Teeth Day of april. . 1891, at ten of clock in the Forenoon to show cause if any you have. Why said account should not be allowed Aud distribution Utada according to said . the applicant is ordered to serve this citation by pulls Lillig the same once a week for three Succes Dve weeks la the Post a newspaper published at said the lust publication to be two Days it least bet re said court. Witness John w. Mckim Esquire judge of said court this nineteenth Day of March in the year of our lord one to Tousand eight Hundred and i Luety Oue. geokgc., Kelster. of Ham Iacov y . court. To Jie sous l interest cd in the trusts under the flu George May late of in said county a. Ceased Greene whereas. William Minot and William i no r. Jr., trustee under said will have presented for allowance the Twenty a Lith account of their trusteeship of certain Eai ate held ii them for the Benefit of Josephine May and Ernestine May now mrs. Kettle Yop Are hereby cited to up year at a or opiate court to be Holden at , in said county of Suffolk on monday the Tweti Leih Day of april. A. D. 1891, at ten of clock in the Forenoon to show cause. It any you have Why the tame should not be allowed. said Are ordered to serve Thi citation by pulls Long Ilie same once a week for Thiee Sucese Sive weeks in the in Ost. A newspaper pub shed at a bid , the last pubic Carloa to be two Days at least before said court. Witness w. Mckirk Esquire jags of said Naouri this thirty first Dav of March in the year one thousand eight Hundred and Luety one. John h. Paine asst ant Register. Com.hon4veath of May Safe set s.�?m1ddlk81x. court. To the next of Kin. Creditors and Ouier persons interested in the estate of plebe e. Case late of Somerv Dio. In said county deceased intestate. Whereas has lie ii made to said court to Grant a letter of Radii ministration on the estate of said deceased to m ii Chester in the county of Middlesex and to exempt him from giving surety or sureties on his Bond pursuant to statute. You Are Lier Elty died to appear at a probate court to be yield at Lowell in said con nov of Middlesex on the Thi. A i us div of april next at nine of clock m the lore Sioon to show i use if any you have against granting the siting. A and uie i said l etl Toner is hereby directed to give Buldic notice thereof by this citation once a week for Turee successive weeks in the newspaper called the Post printed at the last to be two Days at least before said court. Uness go Kab a. Books Esquire. Judge of said court tills it Rev first Day of March in the year Oua Ihu Saud eight Hundred and Monety one. 11. To ler. Register. of , . Court. To persons interested in the trusts under the will of John Charles Paul ill slate of in said county deceased. Greeting whereas Williams Dexter and George. Blagen. Trustee under said will have presented for allowance the id Xii account of Isdr trusteeship of certain estate held by them for the Benefit of Anna Tucker Phillips for life and thereafter for other purposes y of Are hereby cited to appear at a probate court to be Holder at in a Aid county of Suffolk on monday the thirty eath Dav of april a o. I891,Atten of clock in the Forenoon to show cause if Auy you at Why the same should not be allowed. said trustees Are ordered to serve this citation by publishing the once a week for three successive weeks in the Post a news aider at said the last pull cation to be two Days at least before said court. Witness John w. Mckim Esquire judge of said Nurt this Twenty la dirt Dav of March in the year to my thousand eight Hundred and ninety one. Elijah go okie Register. a of �1 ass Achu , court. To persons interested in the trusts under the will of a knt Amin Beal late of in said county a be Ceareo greeting a Voreas. Charles f. Coffin and Uriel h. Crock or. Trustees under said will have presented for allowance the sixteenth account of their of certain estate held by them Lor the Benefit of Adaline b. Heal Aud Colliers you Are hereby cited to appear at a probate court to be Holden at in said county of 8uffoik, on monday the thirteenth Day of april . 1891, at ten of Cloi k in the Forenoon to so w cause it any you have Why the same should not be allowed. Sale trustees Are ordered to serve this citation by publishing tie same once a week for three Stoces is e weeks in the in Ost. A newspaper published at said Buston the last pub Cayou to be two Days Al least before said court. W it Lieis John Vav. Mckim. Esou Lre judge of said court this Wei it third Day of March in the year one thousand eight Hundred and ninety one. Elijah George. Reels str. May a a it to Sears Suffolk 8s.-1�?Tr0ha i f. I ourt. To Persona interested in to estate of Eli St. Milliken late of in said county deceased. Greeting whereas my Lellam Minot jr., administrator of the estate of said deceased has presented for allowance the fifth Aud final account of he adminis Carilou upon the estate of said deceased you Are hereby Cleu to appear at a probate court to be Holden at i.u8oa,in said county of 8uffolk. Of 51 on Day the thirteenth Day of april a. I. 1891, at ten of clock in the Forenoon to show cause if any you have Why the same a hould not be allowed. said is ordered to serve this citation by publishing the a Aine once a week for Oliree successive weeks in the in Ost a newspaper printed at said the last Pupil cation to be two Days at least before said court. Witness. Jons w. Mckim. Eur Julie judge of said court this Twenty first Day of March. In the year one thousand eight Hundred and ninety one. Elijah George Register. Gold medal Paris 1878. W. Baker breakfast Cocoa from which the excess of Oil has been removed is absolutely pure and it is soluble no chemicals Are used in its preparation. It has More than three times the strength of Cocoa mixed with starch arrowroot or sugar and is therefore far More economical costing less than one cent a cup. It is delicious nourishing strengthening easily digested and admirably adopted for invalids As Well As for persons in health. Sold by grocers everywhere. A. Baker amp orc test a. Mar amp c10mm0nwe.ai.th of May a of ii j .setts--middle.se.x. court. To persons inheres a d in the estate of William 0. High late of Somerville in said county. Deceased Greetly whereas Lizzie g. Knapp executrix of the will of Oren s. Knap i deceased who was the executor of the will of said deceased will lain c. High has presented Tor allowance the first and final account of the a i ministration upon the estate of said deceased by said Oren s. Knapp you Are hereby cited to appear at a probate court to be Holden at said county on the second tuesday of poll next at nine of clock in the Forenoon to show cause if any you have Alq the same should not be allowed. said est Mutrix is ordered to serve this citation by publishing the same once a week in the 1 Osc. A newspaper printed at three weeks successively the last publication to be two Days at least before said court. Witness Geo Iii m. Books Esquire judge of said court twentieth Day of March in the year of our lord one thousand eight Hundred and ninety one. H. Tyler. Register. Chi of Alan a at a he j , the court. To persons interested in the estate of Aarau Tyler Laie of Chelsea in said county deceased. Greeting a whereas Albert g. Hildreth of the estate of said deceased has presented for allowance the first la count of his adminis ration upon the estate of Aid Decea de. You Are hereby cited to appear at a probate court to be Holden at in said county of stiff do on monday the thirteen Day of Pill. A. 1. 1891, at ten of clock in the Forenoon to show cause if Auy you have Why the same should not to allowed. Cud said Adunni Strayor is ordered i serve this citation by publishing the same once a week for three Suc Essie weeks in the Bosto a Post a newspaper ii ruled at said the last publication to be two Days at least before said court. Willies., John w. Moksim Esquire judge of said court this Twenty seventh Day of Murch in the Yeai Oue Limo Saiid eight Hundred and ninety one. Elijah get luge Register. N weal re of ma�#acbi1 .sett8-m1hhleskx. court. To persons interested in tie estate a Ider the will of William c. High late of Somerville in said county deceased Testate Given in Trust for the Bene til of belie a. Wili Ision and Louisa l. High greeting a whereas. Lizzie g. Knapp executrix of tie will of Oren t. Knapp. Who was uie trustee under said will has presented for Silowan a the final account of the trusteeship of said Ore s. Knapp you Are hereby cited to appear at a probate court to be Holder at Cambridge in said county on the second tuesday of Vanl next at nine of clock in the Forenoon to show cause if aay you have Why the same should not be allowed. said executrix is ordered to serve tins i Pitlon by the same once a week in the Buston 1 Ost a newspaper printed at three weeks successively the list pub location to be two Days at least Lic fore said court. Vav guess m. Books Esquire judge of said court ills twentieth Day of March in the year of our lord one thousand eight Hundred Aud ninety one. A. Tyler Register. 3a0tice to come Rac tolls. Sew Elk materials. Sealed Proi Iesals for furnishing Brick Cement and Iron work for constructing Abou seventeen three Quarter 17% Miles of sewers in the try of Newton in the of will be received by the sewer Cionni Tiee of said City at the Alilce of the City ii Glaser t Ity Hall West Newton mass., Dill 12 o clock noon of a Iii red in. Yurii 2. 1391. The award of the , if awarded will be made As soon thereafter As practicable. Approximate quantities of material. 1.500.000 hard Burnt Brick. 600 cast Iron Man Hole covers. 6000 barrels of american Cement. 250 b in Rols of in Orland Cement. Each proposal must be up Quot ii a Blank form furnished and to be obtained at the office of the City i. No Leer and must be Aci Ompah died by a Cert filed Check draw u Ana made payable to the order of the City treasurer in the sum of two Hundred f200 Dollar. The committee reserves the i Luht to reject any or bids if they deem it for the interest of the City so to do. Specifications can be obtained at the office of the City Eugene or. William f. Haybach. Chairman of the joint Bla Dlug Commil toe Vul heir Al it f. Noyes. Clog Engin Samv Tot life 1 hereby Given that the subscriber Nas been duly appointed . With the will a jinxed of the estate of Emma 1,. . Lais of in the Poauty of Suffolk deceased and has Uken upon himself that Trust by giving Bonds As the Law directs. All persons Baring demands against the estate of said deceased Are Rea lied to exhibit the same and in re on indebted to said estate Are called upon to make pay James e. Leach adm. Boston March 24, 1891. _ Tutu i ice is hereby Given that the subscriber h is been duly appointed executrix of to will of i Darkeh b. Term it a late of Merrimack in the county of and state of new Hampshire Alee Paul and Lia taken upon herself Liat Trust by giving Bonds As the Law directs and has appointed David h. Blaney.414 Mer Dun Street. East in the county of Suffolk Aud Commonwealth of Massa Cli uselis As her agent. All persons having demands against the estate of said deceased Are required to exhibit the same and persons ii Lebied to said estate Are called upon to Nijiu e Payne edit to Jennie m. Feu8un. Executrix. Boston March 24, xtt1ce la hereby Given that uie sub Crl leers have Jim been duly appointed executors of the will of re e. Ketis ill Lute of the City county and state of new York deceased leaving estate in the county of Suffolk and have taken upon themselves that Trust by giving Bond As tie Law directs. Alt persons having demand against the estate of said deceased Are required to exhibit the same and persons indebted to said estate Are called upon to make payment to Geo. V. La Kuett executors. John o. Sliaw.jr., y ii a Cut or. Boston March 23. 189l _ Quot Votice is hereby e Vii that the subs Culker has in been i ill and pointed administrator of Tbs estate of Hugh Lunnin Lata of in the county of Suffolk has taken upon himself that Trust by giving Bonds As tie Law directs. All i>er-0118 having demands against the estate of a Aid deceased Are required to Enlil pc the same and persons in Deb de to said Este Are called Quot Pon to make payment to James in Lunnin adm. Boston. March 24, 1891. N�th5ei3lie Eby Given that the a us Scriber is been duly a Trio Intel administrator of the estate o Alexan let or Young Lale of in the con nov of Suffolk deceased and Lias taken Aikin him but that Trust by giving Bonds As the Law direct. All wis on having Den iinds against the estate of said de ceased Are required to the same Aud persons indebted to said estate Are called upon to Loake Payi Zient to Arthur Lincoln . Boston March 30. 1891. Notice is hereby Given that the subscriber he i been duly appointed Adimu Istratov of the estate of Kelley late of Breion in the coup cd of Sii filk , and has taken upon himself that Trust Liy giving Bonds As the Law directs. All persons having Dan ends a-.dii8t the estate of said deceased Ara required to exhibit the s me and persons indebted to said estate Are called upon to make Payne t to Eliw Auu , Adnan Istratov 78 East Newtou Street. Boston. Macli 30.1891. A prot Lee is hereby give. That the Siil Winber have been duly a polluted executor of the will of i. Banc by late of l Oston in the county of Suffolk Devey red and have taken upon i Yeii selves that Trust by giving Bond As he Law directs. A persons having demands against the estate of said deceased Are Reri lured to Exhilda the same and persons indebted to said estate Are called Wiflint make payment to Edith a yvater9. I p�?z11111 Elizabeth b. Wai�b8t a Goitom Maicol 81�

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