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Boston Weekly Globe (Newspaper) - July 7, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts It will pay you handsomely to renew. Your family needs the weekly Globe. Hoston tuesday Mohning. July 1801. Trice five cents. Royalty a sugar fairy. England a fourth july seems at hand. Henry George jr., reviews the ignoble record the Honse lords. Prelates who have helped a grind the faces the London. June 20, a Quot the time is close at hand for a Republic Here in England we Are Ever to have one. Royalty now is but the sugar Lairy the so said a thoughtful Radical to me recently and if popular utterances the past few Days Tell anything they Tell Tho truth these words and give premonitions a great and speedy change. The revelations in the notorious Baccarat Case the exhibition the heir to the throne As a Practised Gambler has stung to the Quick the most staid and respectable Dart the Community that quiet religious conservative part the great Middle class which is slow to act hut which when started has always in the history the nation Cut deepest and cleanest. From this great body Churchman and nonconformist dropping animosity to join voices has come a tremendous and ominous Hurst outraged feeling against the Prince Wales whose a habits a in the words the Devonshire Baptist association Quot Are full peril to the moral sense the nation and the stability the As for the great lower class its feeling is expressed by one its newspapers Quot the teaching and propaganda a British republicanism during the last 20 years have left Tho Crown at the Best entrenched in the comparative Security toleration by the agitation avowed republicans such As Charles Bradlaugh and Henry Labouchere is far from being the Only Agency that has been at work loosening the hold the monarchical idea. More moderate in tone but even More effective in results has been the quiet ays thematic work the Liverpool financial Reform association. This association and not the Cobden club has been the real inheritor what remained the anti Corn Law spirit. It is supported by influential men in the Liberal party and has branches All Over the kingdom. Its Quot financial Reform almanac has for years been the text Book for the More advanced speakers and writers the Liberal party supplying them not merely with current political information but with digested figures and trenchant facts. Without a word that Savol fed open Quot disloyalty a its quiet arrayal suggestive figures such As the Queens salary �385,000 41,926,000 with several palaces besides the �3,000.000 si5.000,000 which the Prince Wales has had from the Public Treasury since he came age the �2,300.-000 which nine other members her majesty a family have had during her reign Ana the pay and perquisites the army tight barnacles that Cluster around Royalty a has had a wide effect. For the one thing that has not merely prevented any effective demand for the abolition the monarchy but has kept alive a personal respect and affection that has supplied for the moment the place dynastic loyalty has been the unquestionable respectability the Queens private life. It is tha common conviction that immediately about her is a pure moral atmosphere. But. On the other hand there is As general and Strong a conviction that the rest Tho court is Rotten and such revelations As this Baccarat Case confirm it. Since the Crown has become practically a nonentity in legislation the veto Power not having been used in 180 years and since for tile present at least the Queen has set a High Standard for the private life the Sovereign the agitation against Royalty might have Small permanent effect were it not that it is closely associated with what has Given deep and ranking offence to the democracy the House lords in which Quot any Man in a certain social position is entitled to sit even though he be a thorough scoundrel an utterly ignorant this body 551 members 302 have been created since 1830, and it contains two archbishops and 24 Bishops. Composed altogether representatives the great vested interest who Are responsible to no one and sit by their own right it has stood stolidly in the Way any lessening privileges the making common improvements and the enactment popular reforms. At its sittings Quot the Best attendance can always be counted upon when a popular measure is to be pared Down counteracted few instances will suffice to show its character in 1810 it rejected the Bill abolishing punishment death for stealing goods valued at five shillings. In 1829 it insisted Dis franchising 40-shilling freeholders in Ireland before granting Catholic emancipation. In 1831 it rejected the great franchise Reform Bill and persisted in its opposition till there was almost civil War and Birmingham was about to March London. It 1833 it compelled the withdrawal the Bill for Irish National education. From 1833 to 1867 it seven times rejected the commons Bill giving civil and political rights to jews. In 1834 it refused to allow More than 20 Parsons to meet for worship in private uses. In 1839 it continued the death penalty for sheep stealing in the same year it rejected by 229 to 118 votes the Bill for National education. In 1840 it opposed the repeal the penal Laws in Ireland which made it criminal for a roman Catholic to teach a child to read to be absent from protestant services to own a horse above �5 in value. In i860 it refused Aud for 12 years it continued to refuse education to miners children. In 3 870 it refused to agree to compensation for improvements to evicted Irish tenants and in 1884 it held out As Long As possible against extending the franchise. Forty members the commons Are required to constitute a quorum but three members constitute a quorum in the House lords. The latter conducts its business in the most summary manner. In the last session for instance there were 91 sittings which one was Over eight hours Long one Over six one Over Lour four Over three. 22 Over two 19 Over one 40 under one and several 20 minutes duration and less. An analysis the membership the House lords affords an explanation its policy. It is composed almost wholly land owners controlling it is estimated 15,500,000 acres Aud a rent Roll �13.-000.000 $65,000,000. Says the Liverpool financial Reform association in its almanac Quot can any one in his senses expect that body to Deal impartially with any measure that will tend to break Down the land monopoly and give the nation Access to that which the creator designed for their sustenance it is the land monopoly which is at the Root the sweating system the Long hours and poor pay the wretched dwellings in which the workers Are forced to live and the Otner social evils which affect the nation and therefore to remedy these it is absolutely necessary that those who Benefit by the present system who enjoy luxury at the Cost the misery others should be deprived their unjust privileges and simply allowed the rights Ordinary citizens. These words apply to a great extent to the House commons also inasmuch As a very big percentage its members Are Large land owners Are dependent upon the land owning class possess some form monopoly based the monopoly land. Of the something Over 600 members in the present House commons 209 Are Large land owners Are the sons and heirs Large landowners 135 Are lawyers largely dependent concerned with landed interests 62 represent railway interests and 186 represent the commercial and manufacturing interests among which Are some monopolies. I As a Good Many these landowning members Are included in the Liberal party Isis Likely that in the final reorganization break up that party when the radicals have really Cone to the front they will go Over to the conservative Camp. The great universities filled with Rich menus sons Send nine members to the House commons and duplicate and Triplicate voting is still legalized through the privilege the land owner to vote by virtue his property in various places. Official returns show that 121.287 such plural voters Ai e Tho English and Welsh registers alone enough it is said to decide one out every three the election contests. Another cause simmering popular feeling against the lords Aud lord Lings is the action the Bishops sitting among them. For not Only have they Len their Sanction to every measure passed to grind the faces the people but Nave been As grasping As the worst the Groat landed proprietors. Yet All the while they have been preaching humility and submission. That passage the catechism Winch the established Church has for generations been instilling into the minds the children is now bitterly quoted question. What is thy duty to thy neighbor answer. My duty towards my neighbor is to love him As myself and to do to All men As i would they should do unto me to love Honor and Succour my father and Mother to Honor and obey the Queen and All that Are put in authority under her to submit myself to All my governors teachers spiritual pastors and masters to order myself reverently before All my betters to Burt nobody by word deed to be True and just in All Ray dealing to Bear no malice hatred in my heart to keep my hands from picking and stealing and my Tongue from evil speaking lying and slandering to keep my body in Temperance sober Ness and chastity not to covet nor desire other menus goods but to learn and labor truly to get mine own living and to do my duty in that state life unto which it shall please god to Call me. What is now Tho programme the advanced radicals is to demand the abolition the House lords the reformation the commons so As largely to take away the representation the monopolies the establishment manhood suffrage with Only one vote for one Man the equalization electoral districts the abolition the nine University seats and the payment members. Henry George . On the ragged Edge. Mexico verging another serious uprising revolution said to be hastened by the death Gen Dublan. San Francisco july 6.-letters from a prominent official in the City Mexico to a Friend in this City bring the startling intelligence that Mexico is the verge another revolution and that already Large quantities War materials Are secreted in the leading cities the country. The revolution which promises to be a bloody one has been hastened in its preparations by the recent death Gen. Dublan Secretary the mexican Treasury and a firm Friend and supporter president Diaz. The revolutionists who include the great mass natives Are led by some the Ablest politicians in Mexico. Diaz is already denounced for his cruelties. It is said that within a few months Many arrests have been made and no fewer than a dozen the enemies Diaz including two newspaper editors have been secretly put to death. Singular double death. Holy Cross student Dies and his Mother Falls sick As funeral leaves House dying shortly after. Spencer mass., july 6.�?the students holy Cross College and especially the class �?T94, will mourn the loss their classmate Maurice d. Furlong who died yesterday at his Home in Canada. His Mother. Mrs. Thomas Furlong was taken sick As the funeral was leaving the House Aud died shortly after. Tho cause her death was due to the loss her son. Maurice entered holy Cross College four years ago and intended to graduate from that College but was called Home last year account illness in the family. The mothers funeral will take place tomorrow morning from her late residence. _ Nelson Westward bound. Famous stallion expected to beat his record a other fast ones in the string. A Waterville me., july 6.�?�,. H. Nelson this City proprietor the Sunnyside Stock farm and breeder and owner the famous trotting stallion Nelson 2.10%, started this morning by the 9.30 express for Detroit mich., with a Large Crew men and a valuable Carload fast horses. Among these horses were Nelson and dictator chief Brilliant col. Osgood Medora and Westlake. Or. Nelson purposes to make an extended trip throughout the West and will visit the principal tracks. He is confident that Nelson can better his present marking 2.10%, and with this end in View Nebon will be started for the first time this season at the Blue ribbon races in Detroit. Surprise and Chagrin discovery gambling House run by United states soldiers. St. Paul minn., july 6.�?the discovery a gambling House run by United states soldiers within too feet the residence col. E. H. Mason in command the 3d regiment United states infantry at fort Snelling has created a great Deal Surprise Aud Chagrin in army circles. It is located in the building formerly occupied by the adjutant the regiment. The attention Secretary Proctor will be called to the state affairs immediately. One was Boston born. Three Scholastic Woodstock College killed by lightning. Baltimore july 5.�?the Sun will print the following tomorrow news was received at Loyola College today a terrible Thunder storm Friday night at St. Ingots Villa St. Mary a county md., and the death by lightning three Scholastic Woodstock College. The Scholastic were John b. Lamb William j. Holden and James Walters. The deaths occurred in an old Villa which is occupied every summer by students and professors from Woodstock College. This House is a Bluff overlooking the Potomac and St. Mary a Rivers. The building itself was damaged by the stroke the roof being torn in places and the Walls cracked and twisted. Of the killed John b. Lamb was a native Boston and was 33 years old the Day his tragic death. He had completed his course studies and had he lived would have been ordained next monday. He was a brother Tedward Lamb who two years ago was a teacher at Loyola College. John b. Lamb was a teacher at Georgetown College and at the College the holy a Ross. Worcester mass. William j. Holden was a native new York City and was 25 years old. He had completed the course in philosophy and had eight years yet to study and teach. He Waal brother Rev. E. J. Holden new York City. James Walters was also from new York. He was 23 years old and had one year in which to Complete the course in philosophy when he would have gone to teach in some College the order. Chairman Briceus trumpet Call to democratic organizers White hair turning Black. Saratoga letter in Albany journal a most singular Freak nature has manifested itself Here. Mrs. Mary Francis when she was also while she was in the prime life had very Black eyes and a Beautiful head very Black hair. She is about 70 years old now is in Good health and a Rich widow. When she was about 50 her hair began to turn As White As Snow and so remained until about a year ago when it began to turn Black again and has now without the use any artificial Means and purely As a Freak nature almost wholly returned to its original dark color and is As Long and Silky As when she was a Young woman. She was undoubtedly very very mean. Nashua Telegraph the latest Case downright meanness recorded Here is that a woman who stopped her clock for Good because a lady Roomer in her House whose clock was broken and being repaired looked at it to see what time it was. Tariff the Issue in Ohio polities Campbell confident re election. David b. Hill said to be losing ground other Points. Washington july s. Brice chairman the National democratic committee. Has written the following letter to the chairmen the state committee National Dumo ratio Committer. New York july 1,1891. I Pear sir the importance immediate preparation Tor tha presidential Campaign next year must be obvious to every Democrat. The timely and energetic conduct our opponent would be warning enough there were no other Reft Lorn for it. It is evident that they expect decisive results upon their extensive and Well organized system Republican clubs. It will be sustained by Money without stint drawn from the pockets Tho beneficiaries the monopoly policy maintained by that party. It can be met Only by an equally extensive and Well organized system democratic societies. The latter is More appropriate to our purpose since it was the first organization the democratic party in the United states and was the instrument agitation Ami defence employed by the fathers the democratic party in the first great struggle in resistance to federalism and the restoration constitutional government. It is earnestly recommended that every official in the regular organization the democratic party will see that everything possible within his jurisdiction shall be done to Ald and encourage it. I desire to Call your attention to the work now in course successful a comp Ishi nent by the exec Nilve committee the National association democratic clubs and to say that their plan has been submitted to and meets the approval the National committee. The selection correspondents under this plan is the greatest importance and under this Date i have written to the member the National committee from your state making him to communicate with Yon at once to that the proper selection May be made. The plan cannot in any Way interfere with state organization and the contrary proposes intimate co operation with the state committee As Well a with the National committee. It a met with unprecedented Success in other states. Trusting that you will give this matter your favourable and prompt attention. Tours respectfully Calvin s. Brick chairman National democratic committee. Ohio at Short Range. An experienced observer bees Mckinley a Fate in the future. Greenfield june 30.�?"gov. Campbell will be renominated at Cleveland july 14, by the democratic state convention without material opposition. Quot the Cincinnati inquirer and the politicians that Section who Are not now supporting him will do so heartily and we shall go into the gubernatorial contest without any factional fights our these were the words congressman Huthwaite the Well known Democrat Columbus o., who is serving his fourth term As the representative the ninth Ohio congressional District. Quot gov. he continued Quot comes from Butler county a democratic stronghold Aud the opposition against him from Cincinnati seems Only to strengthen him in other portions the state. Quot there is no question but that we should win in the coming contest were it not for the tact that Ohio is naturally a Republican state by 15.000 to 25.000 majority. Quot the Tariff will be the Issue. There is no doubt but that the Farmers Are seriously dissatisfied with the Republican High Tariff. It is difficult for a Man to leave his party after being warmly attached to it for years but that is what the republicans Are doing. Quot the Price Wool in which very Many Ohio Farmers Are vitally interested has not been increased by the Mckinley Bill and the other hand they Are educated to see very clearly that the Tariff is a tax. Of course this will help us very much. Quot unknown Quantity and what the Farmers Union will do cannot to predicted. Quot at that organizations recent convention. By a tie vote it was decided not to put an opposition ticket in the Field but thousands will vote against the Republican party. Quot there Are other factors in our favor which i cannot give Here. Quot Merkii Ley is recognized As a Strong candidate hut with our people i do not think he is thought to be personally As popular and winning a Cand mate As new England people seem to think him. A this character is High and personalities will not enter into the contest. Quot the Silver men in the democratic party Ohio Are actively at work at this tune to have a Plank in the platform in favor free Silver and unlimited coinage. Quot personally i do not favor that idea but at this Range i am not giving the Ohio democrats advice. They Are entirely capable attending to their own affairs. Quot course ii gov. Campbell is re elected it makes him a presidential candidate hut in my judgment it would be going too far even if that event takes place to say that Ohio would solidly support him at the National democratic convention. Quot it is the history the Ohio democracy that at times where there has been an Opportunity for the state to name a candidate. That the forces have been divided and it is not unlikely to be so again. Quot . Cleveland is very Strone with the Ohio democrats As he is ail Over the Bowens symposium. Fourth july speeches by maj. Mckinley mural Halstead Chauncey Depew and others. Woodstock. Conn., july 4.�?Henry c. Bowen gathered a distinguished company at Roseland Park today for participation in the fourth july Celebration. Chauncey m. Depew William Mckinley Gen Hawley senator Aldrich Gen. Howard and Murat Halstead were the list speakers. Congressman Charles s. Russell Connecticut began the speech making. He welcomed the orators and the spectators behalf . Bowen and then introduced Gen. Joseph r. Hawley As the president the Day. Gen. Hawleys speech was Brief. He urged the youth Connecticut to study the history their state assuring them that no Commonwealth in the Union possessed a greater treasure House patriotic remembrances. Or. Depew said the declaration Independence was not an Accident it was a result. It is the Quality american Liberty that it is the solvent All the dangers threatening the state which other forms government Boid in Check by Force but by which they were subdued. Within 50 years 15 000,000 people have come from foreign lands and settled in the United states. Most them could neither speak nor understand our language were ignorant our institutions and had been taught to believe that there was Little difference Between Liberty and License. We Are said to be in danger to the peril great wealth. Wealth is very quickly distributed in this country. My experience is and i have been connected for 26 years As attorney and counsel with men great wealth that eight tenths them lose their fortunes Iii their lifetimes. Then there Are the perils corporations. But corporations Are the creatures Law and the creator can destroy crush them As he pleases. Senator Aldrich spoke upon Quot the Industrial future new England a which to took an encouraging View. Maj. Mckinley w As Given a very cordial reception when he arose to speak. He said he w As not present to make a Tariff speech to talk politics he did no to think that was appropriate for the fourth july. The greater part his remarks were confined to a discussion the lessons to be drawn from what to termed the three speech making periods our history. They wore the War for Independence the adoption the Constitution and the War for the preservation the Union. This was the Only portion his speech that had any application to living issues. The first Industrial economic measure Ever passed in the United states was approved by George Washington the fourth july. We have had More than to years just such a policy and they have been pretty prosperous years. If you continue that policy you will continue to be prosperous. If you want to overthrow it you will a e to make an Alliance with certain people in this country who have not always been the Side the government and the hag Ami you cannot afford to do that. I am proud Protection because it never was a traitor it never marched under the hag a traitor it has always hem for the government from the first until now. At Tho conclusion maj. Mckinley a remarks which were exceedingly Brief three cheers were Given for Tho next governor Ohio. Gen. O. O. Howard and Murat Halstead also spoke. Against Quay. A protest signed by Many prominent philadelphian. The following address signed by Rudolph Blackenburg John t. Bailey it co., George Wharton Pepper. George Burnham Charles Heber Clark Rev. Stephen w. Dana. Rev. W. N. Mcvickar. John la. Converse Rev. Charles Wood Rev. S. D. Mcconnell and 135 others was made Public Iii Philadelphia monday evening address to citizens Pennsylvania . Quay is mainly responsible for the overwhelming disaster which befell the Republican party in this state during the past autumn whereby an accustomed Republican majority 20,000 to 30,000 was changed to a democratic majority 17,000. The single Issue Tho Campaign As determined by . Quay himself was tile vindication his own i personal and political character. It might have been supposed that the Leader who had inflicted such a wound upon his party Ami to whom it had Given so overwhelming an evidence Lack Confidence in him would have retired from Public prominence. Or. Quay however contented himself with an elaborate defence his record before the United states Senate. This was both untimely and inconclusive untimely since it came after All possible damage that could result to his character had been effected by his silence under the trave charges repeatedly made against him rom responsible sources through the first critical period preceding the election inconclusive. Since he failed in it to adopt the simple and the Only course in relation to the Treasury scandal made Moro Clear his innocence. The address says that in their hostility to this and other Reform legislation Quay and his lieutenants in Tho legislature have violated the express pledges the party and openly defied the will the overwhelming majority their constituents. Toliese tilings have found a fitting culmination in Tho robbery the cite and state treasuries. More competent and worthy leadership is necessary says the address and an unflinching demand must he Mado for the retirement these men from Tho places which they have disgraced. Plans the a big Lay out their Campaign work in Ohio with Mckinley to open. Columbus o., july have already been matured for a speaking Campaign vigor which shall be limited Only by the resources the entire Republican party. The very Best speakers will be put in the Field about the Middle August. It is Likely that maj. Mckinley will begin Tho Campaign with gov. Foraker at a Small town named Niles not far from Youngstown where he was born. After the formal opening and Tho delivery a few aggressive speeches by the leaders they will be simultaneously withdrawn and the effect their Odening work will be carefully watched. The Quot spell founders a will go into retirement for perhaps months leaving Over a month and a half for the hot and heavy work the Campaign. The a big four have combined in preparing a schedule their several engagements. Mckinley will for the most part work in the Southern part the state Foraker in the Northern senator Sherman in Tho Eastern and Secretary Foster in Tho Western part. Not for David b. Hill anti Cleveland convention without the a a anti in Minneapolis. St. Paul minn., july Minnesota democratic meeting at Minneapolis this afternoon did not result in an endorsement gov. Hill for president. Matters looked squally up to last night but at a conference at the office National committeeman Doran the whole Field was carefully canvassed and it was found that those invited to the anti Cleveland meeting enough were either for Cleveland non committal to defeat the Hill element this state things was made Manifest to the Hill men themselves this morning and they resolved to keep his name in the Hack ground. They however whipped the Cleveland element in the state Central committee by choosing Edward w. Durant Stillwater As chairman. Or. Durant is at outs with the state committee. After the selection a chairman the Cleveland men received an accession to their number and controlled the doings the meeting. The resolutions counsel Harmony but mention no presidential candidates. Democrats the state Are urged to organize local clubs. An executive committee 27 members was appointed and Tho convention adjourned to assemble just prior to the next state convention. They endorse everything. Iowa republicans cheer Harrison and Blaine. Cedar rapids la. July Republican state convention was called to order this morning and attorney general Stone accepting the temporary chairmanship made a speech Eulogi zing Harrison a administration. The mention Harrison a name was cheered but Blaines name created a Cyclone enthusiasm. The platform endorses the present Silver Law. Tho Harrison administration is endorsed and the Large appropriations the last Congress Are defended As having been necessary for the fulfilment the obligations. Welfare Aud development the country. The prohibition panic the platform last year is reaffirmed. Hon. Hiram c. Wheeler Odebolt Sac county was nominated for governor tha first ballot amid great enthusiasm. The following despatch was received but no action was taken further than to refer it to a committee new Yolk july not the Republican party in Iowa take the Lead in a patriotic movement now coming to the front by recommending in it platform suite and National constitutional prohibition sectarian appropriations As a necessary measure defence for tile american common school system. In 1876 Gen. Grant proposed and under the leadership Hon. James i. Illumine Congress approved this by a vote 180 to 70. In 1870 the Republican National committee declared in favor such constitutional action. All conventions All parties in All Tim states will be asked to take this action. This will be one the issues 1892. This is asked in tile name the National league for the Protection american institutions an organization having a multitude adherents in Iowa. Signed John Jay president. James m. Kino general Secretary. Candidate Wheeler was born in new Hampshire in 1835, but went West with his parents when a child. The ticket was completed As follows lieutenant governor George Van Houten Lenox a Farmers Alliance Man supreme fudge s. M. Weaver superintendent Public instruction Henry Sabin Railroad commissioner Frank t. Campbell Newton. The platform endorses the Mckinley Tariff Law in the warmest terms and particularly commends the reciprocity provision and its interpretation and observation by president Harrison and Secretary state Blaine. Liberal pensions to disabled soldiers and their widows Are urged. The financial question is briefly disposed by the in arsement the present Silver Law. The Harrison administration is endorsed and the Large appropriations the last Congress Are defended As having been necessary for the fulfilment the obligations welfare and development the country. The prohibition Plank the platform last year is reaffirmed. Hannibal Hamlin dead. The Veteran statesman takes his last hand at cards. Sketch the Brilliant career Lincoln a col Leanne in the time trial. Maine mourns Tho loss one her most gifted sons. Bangor my., july 4.--Tho news he sudden death this evening Tho venerable and beloved Hannibal Hamlin has thrown Alt Banger into mourning. Hon. Hann111al Hamlin. This afternoon about 3 clock . Hamlin cant Down town through Tho pouring rain Ami entered tile club House main St. As is usual upon Tho fourth july there was a Jolly gathering business and professional men celebrating in Tim old time Way and tha sex Vico president was Given a warm greeting to which he responded smilingly chatting for a time with various gentlemen who were in the rooms. There was no great delay however in starting a game cards . Hamlin being almost childishly fond Pedro and he sat Down at a table with Philo a. Strickland the Timber land owner As his partner playing against f. W. Carr general Eastern superintendent the Adams express company Ami Gilbert Howell the firm Ross amp Howell. They had been playing but a Short time when . Hamlin remarked Quot i feel a very Sharp pain in my Hack. It came upon me very . Carr suggested that it might he an attack pleurisy and called for a waiter who brought . Hamlin some liquor which he took a very Small Quantity and made no further complaint. An hour later at 6.30 clock. Or. Hamlin suddenly fell Forward upon Tho table cards in his hand and with a death like expression upon ins lace. His companions sprang to his assistance and in a few seconds . D. A. Robinson who was in another room in the club House was at his Side. The sick Man was placed a it a Couch and a Swallow Brandy give in. To immediately lost. All con. Sluus Leaa and in a few minutes Brandy and ammonia were hypodermic ally injected. At that time no heating the Heartt Ould be detected and it was thought that he was dying. Messengers were sent for mrs. Hamlin and other members his family who were quickly at his Side. When mrs. Hamlin arrived a few minutes before 6 clock the work tile Phy Avian had been so successful that the vice president had revived enough to recognize her. Hut it was not until several minutes later that lie muttered words greeting. Faint Ami indistinct. L lie scene w As a very Peculiar one. The Halls Parlours and card rooms the club wore filled with its Moll Fiers who moved noiselessly about Seldom even whispering. Hut Reading from the expressions upon the faces the anxious watchers in the sick room the condition their famous associate. At 8.15, Only five minutes after . Hamlin had spoken with what seemed to to considerable strength lie gasped once twice and passed away in the unconscious state into which he had fallen. There appeared to have been no suffering. A touching scene occurred a Little later when Hannibal e. Hamlin senator Hales Law partner arrived Horn Ellsworth. He Lull received a Telegram regarding his fathers attack too late to come by train and had driven to Bangor covering the distance 2 5 Miles Iii two hours and a Quarter with a pair horses. Ile entered the club covered with mud from head to foot and his first breathless inquiry was for his Tatlier. When told that lie was dead the display grief was perfectly overwhelming and it was difficult to console him. I . Mason when asked about the death said that . Hamlin had always suffered from a w eak heart but to knew no reason Why this fatal attack should have come upon is a somewhat striking fact that . Hamlin has entertained for some time a premonition death. When he spoke at Noron Bega Hall a month ago. At the merchants week reception he said that it was probably the last time that his voice would to heard there Aud his words proved pro a lactic. His last Public appearance was saturday june 20, Wrhen he spoke to the full Bench the Maine supreme court at the exercises held in memory his life Long Friend and neighbor the chief Justice Appleton and paid a glowing tribute to the character and Public services the dead Jurist. His last trip out the state was in february when be was the guest the evening at the Lincoln birthday banquet at new York. He was always a great traveller and had planned several trips away from Bangor this summer. Notable Man among men. Murder is the charge. Hartford. Conn., july 5.�?sedonia ailing was arrested Here this morning for the murder Mary Jones who died at the Hospital last evening from injuries received in a Row with mrs. Ailing. On saturday june 27, mrs. Ailing and mrs. Jones had a Row at mrs. Alling a Rouse and mrs. Jones was Euklied into the Street striking Lier head. He was taken to the Hospital and died there last evening. An autopsy showed a fracture at the base the Skull and that the brain was badly lacerated. Or. Hamlin a life made him conspicuous figure in american history. Hannibal Hamlin one the most interesting figures in american history during the present generation was born in Paris Oxford county me., aug. 27,1809. He was prepared for a College education but by the death his father was obliged to slay the farm till to became age. Like Many our famous men. He Learned the printing Trade but gave it up upon being admitted to the bar in 1833. He Practised Law in Hampden me., till 1848, and was a member the legislature from 1836 till 1840, and again in 1847. He was sneaker the House 1837-1840, and in the latter year received the democratic nomination for Congress. It was during the Harrison Campaign and . Hamlin introduced an element excitement till then unknown in Maine by holding joint discussions with his competitor. He was Defeated that year but elected two years later Aud again in 1844. In 1848 he was sent to the United states Senate to fill the vacancy caused by the death John Fairfield and was re elected in 1851. But resigned in 1857, having been elected governor Maine by the republicans. Within a month after his inauguration As governor he resigned having been again chosen United states senator. He served in the Senate till january 1801, when he resigned in View his election the preceding fall As vice president the ticket with Abraham Lincoln. He presided Over the Senate from March 4,18 51, to March 3,1865, w Hen his successor Andrew Johnson supplanted him. Many republicans considered it very unwise to drop . Hamlin in 1865, and in later years it has been generally conceded that the party leaders made a great mistake As his renomination and election with Lincoln would have probably saved much acrimonious feeling engendered by the events following president Lincoln a assassination and the inauguration Andrew Johnson a reconstruction policy. Shortly after his retirement from the vice presidency . Hamlin was appointed collector at the port Boston but resigned in the following year because he was opposed to the policy president Johnson. From .1861 till 1865 he had acted As Regent Al the smithsonian institution and was reappointed in 1870, continuing to act for the next 12 years during which time he Lar car 11 eau the Hoard. He was again elected to Tho United states Senate serving two terms from i860 till 1881, and at the expiration his second term became United states minister to Spain a position which he resigned within a year to return to his Homo. Ile was made la. In by Colby University w Hen it was Waterville College and he was one its trustees for Over 20 years although originally a Democrat he was an anti slavery Man and that fact id him to leave the . When Tho Quot Wilmot proviso was before the House representative . Wilmot being temporarily absent Hamlin seeing his anti slavery friends in the greatest confusion and knowing that a moments delay might he fatal secured the passage the Bill. Iii common with president Lincoln. Or. Hamlin desired simply to prevent the Extension slavery into new territory not seeking to abolish it. In one his finest speeches tie said a i glory in new i Island and new England a institutions. There she stands wit ii her free schools and her free Abor her fearless Enterprise and indomitable Energy. With her Rocky Hills her torrent streams Lier Green valleys her heaven pointed Spires there she stands a Monument around which the gratitude her country binds the Wreath Fame while protected Freedom shall repose forever at its soon after his election As vice president til 1860, . Hamlin by invitation met president elect Lincoln at Chicago. When tile two men met. Entirely unattended. Or. Lincoln asked tis he extended his hand Quot have we Ever been introduced to each other. Or. Hamlin a Quot i think was the reply. A that is my impression said . Lincoln Quot but i remember once hearing you make a speech in the Senate a speech that i was particularly struck with for the reason that it was filled chock up with the very Host kind anti slavery Quot Well that is replied . Hamlin. Quot for my first recollection you Lincoln is hearing you make a speech in the House a speech so full Good humor and Sharp Points that i was convulsed with the Friendship Between Lincoln and Hamlin begun at this meeting continued to he the most cordial character during the four years the War and up to Hie Day his death . Hamlin als Vays spoke the martyred president wit i a degree reverence and affection that was extremely touching to All who heard him. At the dinner in commemoration Lincoln a birthday hut a few months ago. Or. Hamlin was the chief guest and his speech. In which he advocated milking he Hay a Legal Holiday like Washington a Natal Day was received with stirring enthusiasm two members Congress who wore present promising to do All in their Power to secure that end during the next sea lion. For Many years . Hamlin has resided in Bangor during the Winter having a farm just outside the City which it was his Delight to cultivate for recreation in the pleasanter portion the year. To would drive the cattle to pasture go to town with his team loaned with provisions just like the humblest Farmer in the country. Wince his retirement from office lie has generally taken a keen interest and an Active part in political canvasses not Only in his own state but at times outside. One tile sobriquet a lie enjoyed throughout ids Public life was Quot Tho old carthaginian another was Quot an honest Man a for it has been said that Boodle never stuck to ids hands. He always lived plainly and his Public appearance wherever to was known was the signal for the Heartiest greetings lie used to boast that lie never in his life failed to till an engagement to make a speech and that he had never worn an overcoat. Even in the coldest weather lie would be seen Tho streets in an old fashioned Eliw Loammer coat which he considered sufficient Protection at any time year. Until recently to has taken daily Long constitutional and one his favorite diversions was dancing Aud seeing a pretty girl Home after tile Ball. His democracy was sincere and he would ton lie seen in Tho Little shanties the poor smoking a Quot to. pipe in company with the head Tim House. He would rid the Lumberman a Lead. Chatting Daniil Early with the Driver and always Romein Herod faces Ami names. He was it devoted Fisherman using Only the Good old fashioned Angle worm for bait and having House for flies and other Quot newfangled the Street . Hamlin was a striking figure. His tall form slightly Bent was always clothed in the old fashioned Black Swallow tailed coat and to wore a silk Fiat slightly tipped Hack upon his head lie never discarded tile Dickey and Stock tile statesmen a former generation and in fact there was no change in his dressier half a Century More. In his religious beliefs he was not Only very Liberal out was the leading member Anda great worker in Tim local unitarian churl and president tile Maine unitarian association. His dislike Lor music was intense and he was never seen at in concert the opera and to entered Church after tile opening musical selections and would have liked to see Church music banished altogether so his friends say. Up to Tho time his death he had not been ill for 34 years and lie explained Tim Long preservation ids Powers As due to plenty open air exercise working Iii the Earth and breathing its healthy odor. Ile smoked from boyhood and delighted in Black pipes cigars hut was never a drinking Man though ready to take a Glass wino if he Felt like it. During grand army week last August . Hamlin was a popular visitor in Boston receiving Many attentions during Iii stay he Rode in tile great procession aug. 12 with Tho Maine delegation and was cheered by comrades All along the line March. Or. Hamlin was never known As a talkative Man but he was fond a joke in a quiet Way and he used to Tell the following Story How he was Defeated by a single hair when running for the presidency Tho state Senate he was sneaker the Maine House at the time and one the members a . Allen was noted for the exquisite care with which he combed his hair. One Day during a Dull debate speaker Hamlin a Eye happened to tall Allens beautifully dressed hair. He sent a Page to the gentleman asking him to step up to the speakers desk Allen complied and was gravely informed by the speaker that one the hairs Tho top his head was lying across another. Allen grew a Owr Athyl and protested against being insulted. He never forgave it. And in 1847, w Hen Hamlin was running for the presidency the state Senate Allen held the balance Power and Defeated Hirn condition the crops. Secretary the Board agriculture makes his report. Topeka. Kan., july 5.�?Tho june report Secretary Mohler the state Board agriculture gives the following summary the condition crops Alt the percentages being arrived at by comparing Tho present condition with full averages Corn 82 per cent Oats. 98 Barley 98 Rye. 98 Broom Corn so flax 94 tame grasses 103 Prairie grasses 107 sorghum 88 potatoes. 98 peaches 107. The report says that Winter wheat crop is nearly harvested. The acreage was 3.472.-386 acres an increase 52 per last year. Tho yield averages 15 bushels to the acre making a total yield 52,000,000 bushels. Spring wheat will make 2,227,175 bushels More giving a total wheat product for the state 54.307,065 bushels. Damage to crops excepting Corn was vory slight last month. Rains damaged Corn considerably making cultivation impossible. The average was reduced to so per cent. It is very easy to form a club in your town if you Toke advantage the rate offered tue weekly g to he s new private circular. Send to weekly olo be for new circular and free Sample copies. Newsboy burned to death. Fire next door to the Tribune office a Kes excitement. New York july 5.�?a slight fire occurred at 9 Spruce St. Early this morning. It being next door to the Tribune office it created some excitement a time especially As the flames were fed by paper and other inflammable material. Abraham Frank a newsboy aged 13, who was asleep in the basement. Was burned to death. The Money loss was trifling. St. Paul theatre burned. St. Paul. Minn. July 5.�?the Park Tea tre was burned this morning. Tho loss the building is Over 430,000 Aud the stage properties #5000, mostly covered by insurance. A Church and . Heber Newton about to Issue his defence. His Book will lie Only answer unless Ile is brought to trial. Peep at pages show statements Mado with great clearness. New York july 2.�?Rev. Or. R. Heber Newton Rector All souls Church charged with heresy in denying the Complete inspiration the scriptures the Virgin birth Christ and Tho bodily resurrection Jesus and also with unc Anonical Prat rices in inviting a ordained ministers to sneak in his Church has completed his defence. His position is stated in his forthcoming honk called Quot Church and Creed a to be published by the Putnam. The work is based upon Throe sermons recently delivered by . Newton. These have been carefully re written amplified and explained by copious foot notes. It will he Given to the Public next week. Speaking the Book to the Globe correspondent today. Or. Newton said Quot i have rewritten the sermons adding to and enlarging Tho references to these doctrines. I a to stated Ray Case in my strongest possible terms much stronger than i usually employ in the pulpit and much stronger than they worn reported Iii tile daily press. I have added also notes in the Way argument and the statement authority. This is my answer to the charges and it will to my Only answer unless the matter should come up in the form a chapter i the Book has for its title Quot fold flock Quot it is a discussion Aslo whether the ruling sentiment Tho Church shall to for christianity for Ecelesiast to Cisne. Quot All great religions a lie says Quot have reared their folds but the question every religion has been is Liis fold the work Tho founder our religion an integral essential part that religion Lias it bean built by t he successors the founder and is it a secondary constructions the visible Church a divine institution in some Peculiar exceptional miraculous sense is it divine Only in the very real sense in which Tho other great institutions humanity May most truly tie called divine Tho sense in which Tim family and tile state Are divine institutions Quot Oil this question turns every other ecclesiastical question turns the question the nature religion itself. Quot two three sayings very million interpretation form tile whole foundation the massive Structure ecclesia stoicism altogether too big a Structure is it to rear upon any such question file interpretation the questionable records Oriental speech As that Iii which Christ addressing Peter concerning Iris spiritual discernment declares a thou Art Peter and thus Rock i will build my Quot our Good ecclesiastics quote Tim record concerning the after life Jesus How that during the 40 Days following upon his resurrection he appeared to Tim disciples speaking the tilings pertaining to the kingdom Quot this slender fragile foundation this Wisp mind the huge Structure Eccles Asti cts would Fain rest itself As though it were not perfectly Clear to the unbiased mind that Christ s use Tho phrases the kingdom god and a the kingdom heaven Al was referred primarily not to any outward and visible organization hut to the inward unseen ethical life in which is the real kingdom god As in it alone is Tho real life god. Quot i in Brid Down no form and manner making and ordaining Bishops priests deacons the policy Tim Church is prime importance Why should no bord instruction have been recorded concerning it Tho policy the Church is drawn after a pattern ordered by Tho head the Church himself to deviate from which is disloyalty to him Why has not thai pattern Neon brought Lorth from Tho archives christianity Quot the two sacraments the Christian Church there is not the slightest hint that Christ had any hand in ordaining one. Baptism was brought into Israel by John the Baptist and was Practised by the disciples Jesus As a natural and Beautiful symbolism initiation into the new Lite righteousness but it is distinctly declared that Jesus Christ himself baptized no word instruction direct and explicit from his own Lins exists concerning baptism and no reference to it is found until we read Tho fourth gospel in which the reference is wholly dominated by rite ethical Conception Tho fur Tizor the doctor says Quot what Folly narrowness and bigotry goes uniter Tho name Churchman ship i some time since i was seriously asked if it was possible to save out the up Maeopal Church after 19 centuries the study the words and life Christ there Are sheep the Good Shepherd who will show their loyalty to him by never going into another fold 19 centuries study the words and life Jesus leaves us in the presence Many under shepherds one Good Shepherd who will not themselves perform any office the Shepherd in another fold nor allow a Shepherd another fold to perform such offices in their own fold. Quot when Christ came Down from the mount transfiguration he found a heartbroken Parent standing in the midst his disciples. Who explained the situation by telling the Story his Lunatic child. I brought him to the disciples but they could not euro him. They could not cast Tho Devil out him. It Lias remained for us today to Hoar from the pulpit the most powerful Parish in our Church that it is not the duty that Church to cure the insanity our civilization to cast out the devils which possess our world business but that it is the churches task to Call women to the adornment her altars and to teach men a religion which thrives easily and buries with the honors the Church him who knows in life no responsibility to the society which gives him the wealth Tho Caesars and who Dies without giving 100th part his Fortune to help his Rellow Cut teens live less like the brutes that bassing then to the charges heresy . Newton introduces a chapter the nicene Creed and Quot How to read a the nicene Creed to Calls a franchise Freedom. A the usual effects a revolution upon institutional religion who says a Are being now experienced though upon a wholly unparalleled scale. Confessions Faith Are taking that fatal look in which foretells their dissolution unless they succeed in rejuvenating themselves. Men Are finding the forms Faith stifling to Faith. The eve growing mass the unchurched is confronting venerable churches with the ominous Challenge to what Good hearts goaded by new and strange hungers after social Justice Are turning away from the divine society which nerve Lessly fails to Lead civilization Forward in the divine kingdom the Good time coming for our weary turning then to the nicene Creed Newton develops his argument that his right to entertain and to preach these Liberal views is fully warranted. He Speaks the nicene Creed As a poetic philosophy a Mystic Symbol the truth which is beyond All interpretation. He Speaks Tho custom his own Parish in singing this Creed communion sundays and says Quot think the Westminster confession being Sung to what music could it beset a he Speaks the nicene Creed As emancipating her children from the tyranny opinion which has usurped the place Faith. Extending Over Man different minds the a gis tolerance enabling various schools thought to dwell together in peace holding for american christianity the conditions Liberty and Union placing christianity in vital relations with Antiquity. Giving it a living message to the other religions the world today offering to religion the secret reconciling the historic Faith and modern thought and while keeping hold the past turning the churches face towards the future As welcoming All new truth. He shows that this Creed forms the churches Standard Faith. It is the development the apostle s Creed these two being the common property All churches. Besides these the protestant episcopal Church recognizes no Rule Faith similar to the confession built up during the reformation by the other churches. The affirmations the nicene Creed form the Only bounded belief the clergy our Church. What then does this Creed affirm it affirms first All As its fundamental verities the Essen-1 rial Universal troth religion All Linda and Ages the truth no into Widen every Noble religion Antiquity reached in the person its saints and sages if not its Plain people god and in to mortality. Quot our Creed affirms further the Church i belief concerning the great historic facts christianity the birth Christ the Virgin Mary his crucifixion under Pontius Pilate Iii death and burial his ascension into heaven his sitting Hie right hand the father and his coming to judge the Quick and the dead together with the one Catholic and apostolic Church which has grown around him with its own baptism for the remissions sins. Quot for a Clergyman to deny any these affirmations our Creed is to be disloyal to the Church. To accept As the churches teachings upon a minor matter what his own individual mind fails to affirm is an attitude which cannot Boch arged with disloyalty and which should incur no taint insincerity if in his instructions to his people he clears his own position that Point. He who reads the signs the times sees clearly one two alternatives before our american protestantism a tire throwing overboard the creeds the simplifying those convicts Tomb. Cyclone Levels Baton Rouge prison ten prisoners killed and thirty injured. New Orleans la., Only 6.�?a Cyclone tile most disastrous in this Section for years swept Over Baton Rouge this morning. Scores houses were Laid Low and hundreds people More less injured. It is feared that loss life will be severe. The Penitentiary Walls were blown Down forming a veritable Tomb for nearly a Hundred convicts. Rescuers were soon at hand gathered from the immediate at noon to bodies Hail been taken out and 30 injured prisoners removed from the debris. Tile Steamboat Smoky City that plies along the River running from Here to Memphis was blown to pieces there being nothing left but Lier Hull. Several the Crew were injured. The governors mansion was directly in Tho path the Hurricane which made a clean sweep every Chimney and cleared the front its Large Trees. Tho roof a handsome residence belong ing to . Marshall was carried away and great damage done to the place. The Boulevard is one mass Trees thai have Boon torn up by the wind and the Street is filled wit i pieces House tops and other timbers almost every description. Tho rain has Lieen falling in torrent since 4 clock this morning making it almost impossible to. Learn the extent the damage. _ _ history repeats itself. 30,000 pounds Tea emptied into san Francisco Bay. San Francisco Cal. July 6.�?while a train Load Tea was being in into a freight boat saturday night one the car contain ing 20,000 pounds Tea. Broke Loose and the Tea was emptied into the Hay. Huns and italians fight. Two fatalities and More trouble Likely to follow. Haslet Penn. July 6. During a fight Between a number hungarians and italians saturday night Peter Mazillo an italian was killed and John Dudish a hungarian. Was fatally injured. Further trouble Between the hungarians Aud italians is expected. Spurgeon in danger. Experiences unfavourable turn and lies in critical condition. London july 5.�?spurgeon Lins experienced a sudden increase kidney congestion accompanied by nausea drowsiness and Prest ration. Or. Spurgeon a physician says that Tho patient is in a most dangerous condition and that tile utmost euro is required. Grip and heavy ice. Inhabitants Bello Isle reported starving and dying. Ottawa ont. July inspector stations in Quebec writes to tile Deputy minister Murine under Date june 30, that from the latest report received Tho Straits ladle Isle and to the eastward is full heavy ice. He states further that hic grip is working havoc among the inhabitants that locality and that a great Many Are reported starving dead and dying. Blair not available. Chinese repeat that they have no use for him As minister. New York july 6.�?a special to the Herald from Washington says that Henry w. Blair has again been rejected by Tho chinese government. The reply the chinese Premier to the request Hie president that . Blair a received by Hie chinese government reached Washington a few Days ago. It is stated that it contains a polite hut none the less firm refusal to accept . Blair As our diplomatic representative. Crushed by an elephant. The big brute became frightened and unseated his passengers. Denver col., july 5.�?this afternoon an immense crowd gathered at Manhattan Beach a resort near hear to w fitness a balloon ascension by a lady. There is a menagerie at the Beach and ii had been advertised that children would to Given a ride the Back an elephant. The elephant had made to trips and was just returning to Tho animal House with eight children his Back when the balloon started up. The animal became frightened at the balloon and began trumpeting and running about making desperate efforts to unseat the children. They ail fell off and All escaped uninjured but one Little boy named Johnny Eaton Tho son a Railroad Man. Who was caught under the elephants foot and was crushed out All semblance to humanity. The keeper the elephant then stuck a Pitchfork into the animals trunk and was thrown High in the air by the enraged brute but however was not seriously Hurt. By this time several other attendants had arrived and managed to secure the elephant with chains. The parents the child lulled Are nearly frantic wit i grief. A a Farmers Smith looks a feel weather Good for crops with Fine prospects for Hay. The week just closed is the Banner one the season for new England crops. From All sections come encouraging reports the greatly improved condition All growing crops. The weather has been Genet ally fair with the average amount Sun Shine and temperature and almost total absence rain. The temperature has been remarkably even varying but Little from Day to night. More heat would be particularly beneficial to Corn. The soil is in excellent condition for cultivation and vegetable growth. The Cloudy and somewhat threatening weather has retarded haying which has now begun in the Northern parts the District. Luxuriant grasses is now reported in the pastures and Fields and Stock All kinds Are benefited by the nutritious grazing. More milk and better Quality results at their Dairy. The deficiency in the Early Hay now promises to be More than made up by the second crop. The average yield will probably be harvested in All Northern Seo tons. Favourable accounts Are made Grain. Rye is nearly ready for Harvest and will make a Good yield. As a Rule Oats Are late. All crops Are standing Well. The Outlook for fruits is still fairly encouraging. Peaches and pears Are expected to be abundant apples probably plentiful but less than the average yield. Wild fruits Are Fine Quality and a very Piatko yield. A Srener a summing up la very favourable to Bountiful crops Tor new eng land Farmers

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