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I J n , , . .. . 1' . 4 ' , - W ) d I i - iI ' 1111141111111...-". AM -------- ---------- ---------- 'Z i , ' 1 ' : - E t I commA E -,,, , 1 kti , , g , ft . ttlil 3BER laERRy Again on the Etand Before the 40r3EL.M.A.11r1 irt a DEItTe OF n RI n A.1-00 EllinlITIIIDE TIE GLOBE Hearing In With Bwig 3 It't cir iii .. Ll U MARSHFIELD'S ALLEGED DYNAMITER. the ease of Henry Tolesao Charged lon trp a..Dike. PLYMOUTH, September 0.The hearing in the case of Henry Tolman or Marshileld, charged with blowing up a dike in that town on the 29ih 0 . - poommellirmow.72,11 VI!, s, , 01 I ttA" E 1 N, SATURDAY, SEPT. 6, 1SS4. MINIATURE ALMANAC September 0 STANDARD TIME. SUN IlISEs 5 15c,r ... 111 44 AM SUN :iris 6 t,t) IIIGH v AT.. ) 11 44' PM LENGTH OF DA V 12 54 r. 110 01 AM tit OF TIDE Moos ItisEsf3 43 it 10 05 PM Mooti's last qr., Sept. 12. 311.. 1C.m. morning. E. Ntw 11104m. Sept. 19. 41,.. 371i1. morning. E. 1410011's first tIr Sept. 127, 51!.. 21m. rporpc, W. Full moon, October 5. 511.. Om. evening, E. THE WEATHER. WAstrINGTON, September 6-9.30 a. m.--IndlCations for New England: Slightly warmer, generally fair weather, westerly winds. For Sunday, generally fair weather is indicated for New Engiand, the middle Atlantic States. the Ohio valley and Tennessee. and the west via States. Partly cionoy w ather and local showers for the south At:antic and east gulf StaLes, the lake regions. upper Miss.ssiipl and Missouri valleys. The temperature will remain nearly stationary in all districts east of the Mississippi river and in the west gulf States; considerable Sall of tenmeaature is indicated for the upper 1 .ke region. upper Mississippi and Missouri valleys; light frosts are indicated Sunday morning in northern Missouri. Dakota and western Nebrasita. SLINGS AND ARROW& lOranttle managers cannot assert that the Maine postmasters have not worked hard in this Campaign. The one at Calais. for example, has taken good care that even a batch of business circulars from THE GLOBE office should not be delivered to the parties addressed. For meanness Di the lowest type the Maine officeholders take the palm. The testimony of Lot M. Morrill's.widow that if ler husband was alive today "Ile would not sup-Port ao wicked and corrupt a man as James G. Blaine. or any other such man. even at the Ma-ding of his party." can readily be believed. No one knew Blaine better than Lot M. Morrill. Business men all over tne country still revere the memory of Mr. Morrill. Thousands ot Maine voters who do not like Mr. Blaine should not help him by voting for Governor Roble on Monday. Governor St. John states that a man who has been so faithful a guvernor of New York as Governor Cleveland has cannot be a bad man. That sentiment is universal. It is too bad. Here is Mrs. Lockwood running for the presidency of these United States, and bar alleged friends say she was selected "because Elizabeth Cady Stanton was too old. Susan B. Anthony too much of a spinster, Mary A. Livermore too opposed to certain classes, and Lucy Stone too narrow." There are four good votes lost at the outset. That will throw the election Into the House. J. G. G. to his party: "Please excuse my brilliant flashes of silence; you know it is absolutely necessary." They are beginning to think out West that Mr. Blaine has withdrawn, or will soon do so. Vegetarian restaurants are springitig up in Lon-. don to provide fare for the growing army of vegetarians who inhabit that great city. "There are 34.000 deaf mutes In the United 3tates. By their intermarriage they are constantlx Increasing." It is consoling to think they cannot grow up to be lying Republican stump orators. ItittOurg Chronicle-Telegraph: A Tennessee man, hose wife ran away with a ueighbor, was approached by a friend with a beaming countenance. "Johnson," said he, to the deserted husband, "I know where tnat fellow Greenfield and your wife are, and you can catch them if you're spry." "Catch them!" replied the bereaved. "Not much. That fellow beat me in a horse trade once, and I always said I'd get even with him." Pictures of Blaine's modest hovel in Washington are being presented to his dear friends, the laboring men of Maine, so that they may see he is as wretchedly situated as they. "Ah," sighs lime. Theo, "how curious it Is that the public seems to take more Interest in me deshabile than even when I am in my finest dresses." There's French innocence for you. In St. Louis it Is alleged that hearse drivers stop funeral corteges to get a plas4 of beer. "Our loathsome contemporary" Is a Western way of putting it. POSTHUMOUS CHILDREN. - Their Eights es Defined by the Supreme the ease of Stephen Bowen and another, executors, vs. Abhie E. Home and others, the Supreme Court has decreeci that Pauline is entitled to the same share of her father's estate that she would have been entitled to if he bad died Intestate, namely: $19.104 24. with 6 per cent. of the net profits, income and rents from the estate in the hands of the executors from February 13. 1883; said suare to be taken entirely from the residuary bequrst. The rescript of the decision Is as follows: By the coustruction of Public Statutes. cies, ter 127, section 22, the provision tor a posthumous child must be an intentional one, in order to cut oft the child from ilia ellare of the estate. Under the will the share of Pauline must be taken from the residue. it heing inthiled that a;1 legal obligations must be satisfied before the residuary bequest takes effect. '1 he plaintiffs in this ease ale exeetiters under the will of 'flitietity W. floxie, hate of Boston, deceased, and they asked for instructions as to the rights of a certain Posthumous child. named Pauline. In the estate of sii id Ilinotliy W. Male, and as to the liabilities of the leeatees in said will to tnake up the share of salt! Patiliiie in said estate. It slie shall atmear to have any further rights therein thamappear in said wi I. It appears that the testator oied on the leth day of December. A.D. 1882. His V. which was Mile executed on the 28t11 day id Febru try A. D. 1880, st as proved and allowed by the Probate Court for this county, and the plitinclis were ditiy appointed executors ou tbe 15111 day of January A. 1). 1883 At the deeease el tee testator he left surviving hint tits widow. Abby Elizabeth lioxie. six minor children by said Abe; El.zabeth, mut three other 1.y a Ice :per wit; ail cl whom are pitrtles to the tell. I is the mom la of Aritreli next eliceeeding the ,lecease ot the testator. the said Paulltie was Mum By the fourth article tif the will the testator directed that the sum ot $50,000 be it vcsted by the executors with the Ntassactaisetts Hospital Life Insurithee Conicany ot Boston. in trust,to pay to Ins WI e the interest and income of said fund duriitg her lite; atm further, in trust, after the de. cease of said wife. "to pay over the Interest alai Ineolne then-el annually, In equal shares to inv surviving children by my said wile Abby El zabeth. wait they shall have severally reaelled the age of twenty-one years. at whieh I ime said company shall pay Over to Min or her ins or her proportionate share of said principal trust Bind, reckotted at the time that said payment is matte. Should any of seal etilldren decease be-lore reaching the age of twenty-one, leaving issue, said Issue shall receive the share of the parent by right of reilvaentatioil." 'the plaintiffs prayed for instructions whether or not tile said will cold aillett any Provision for the void Pauline. or whether she is entitled to take the same share of her lather's estate that she would have men eiltitlets to it lie had died intestate. T he plaintiffs further prayed for hist: Bons. shotild tile said Pauline ott beimh enticed to 'Bike the saute share oh ner lather's estate that slue would have been even led to it he had diett intestate. out of svhat proPerty and lipids in the plaintiffs' hands the said share of Pauline should be taken and Made lip. SOUTH BOSTON. - Before Judge Noyes, this inornine, In the Nlemicipal I twit. Critilk A. Daniels and John A. Judge were examinest u 1k a charge of highway robbery. front the person of 1 homas O'Brien, of $8, and held in bonds Of $1000 card' for trial in the Supertor Court. Frederick Mills. triett day List for inailcions mischief. was Mid in boads oh $100 for decisliat II) Hit. case, Septeniber Mary ilurise was tomtit entity of protimitv, and lined $3 and costs. William Hines was discharged mi 1 cemplaint of attsault aliti battery On a Chinaman. William l. Smith was conyteted tor being at siubborii child, anti put on probation. Four simple drunks were assessed $4 each. -------- City Hall Notes. The water inspectors are to be furnished with uniform ii ats. rhe altierioanic committee on licenses this morning eolisidemt the ithillical ions of William Wilson and Delyea tor licenses for sparring exlilititions, and voted leave to withdraw. 'rlie tire Commissioners have. stibjeet to the al, prtistal 41t the Mayor. graniell ait ;ultimo of $300 to tbe Mew of liosentan Pierce. one of the victims ot the ileac! -street lire. This annuity will IC payable as long as 'Mts. Pierce remains a Tra, aettoti is taken miller the authority of chapter 107 of the :leis or 1880. Furniture. Ton will find !lie ;itige4 MLCk anti the finest assoltilicht iit Value'', 48 Canal street, opposite Bostou Mame depot, .16.17 142 LIV E ni vill4 Again on the Eland Before the CARPETS AND Jilt, y . , ,r.,,.,,,J. v d"rt if ,,,.., ,Fli El ITIlhi MI , v.,,,,zk ' litt .. ,, , , v '- Court. of Inquiry. FURNITURE ,. , t A ,,,,,, . 0 . 1.1, Wil 1 0: ' :La 0 - . . CHARLES H B ARAI ES" 1,, : . , sATURDAY, SEPT. 6, 1 fifit , Fifth Pay's Proceellins-The Collision . 5 0 19, I ,900 If osi, ,,, m 1,1, ....,,, . -MINIATURE ALMANAC - N -- Septeber 0 Could rossibly Ilave Been Avoided. 512 Washington Street. 1 1. ,' STADARD TIME. BARGAINS BARGAINS ,, , . i - SUN RISE8 5 15,..r 10H vs ... AT.. ill 44 Ael The Steamer's Course West by North, is IN THE LEAGUE AT HOME. LEGTH OF DA 12 ,, ,, SUN SEIM 6- 09 11 ) 1 i 44' PM NV - 64' 10 01 Am -. i, -- alooN ItisEs...6 43 Pei, HT' OF TIDE Ilia 05 I'M Three quarters North CARPETS. FURNITURE, ', ,,:,, , . Moon's last qr., Sept. 12. 311.. 16m. mornieg. E. . . , - r Ntw moon. Sept. 19. 4ii.. 37m. morning. E. aea W oo! wort , h 70e., for - $ . u v The court of inquiry orgnizd to Investigte All G., Airt Embossed pi usit Parlo;osituitaoinwitotalueacargzooprear Annual Convention of Irish , ,;. ;,-;- Moon's first er Sept. 127, 5h., 21m. ntorit"g, W. ma,fnea ot (-Mors, tor $0 .00 the cause of the sinking of the Taltapotem in Vine- , Full moon, October I. 511.. One evetting, E. i yard soond August 21. held its lifth session al the Ex Super, worth 90e., for .75 Other Plush Parlor Suits, different styles. p45.00 up- Nationalists. 11 ,- wards - navy yard thiS Morn tag, lieginitilie at 10.30. The ma a - - v Parlor Suites 45. uites. in Hair Cloth or Raw, 0 down a Slik, Heav, 4i , THE WEATHER. fell Court. consisting of Capialti ilarlitony. presis I uree-Ply, worth $1.00, for .90 . . Walnut ale $00 upwards-$4.0nd , . , . ' . ---- 1 , dent. Captains Braaford and Mince, Jteige AtiVia es' $4.00 per month. I , - , WASHINGTON, September 6-9.30 a. M.-Indi- 1 apostry, worth 90c. .75 , for Black Walnut Marble Top Chamber Sets, extra The Orcanization Declared to be in an , Cate Lenity and Clerk Ahearn of tlie Wabash, WaS ' Cations for NeW England: Slightly warmer, gen- - e heavy and well seasoned. eomplete with bevel plate r' 11 attendance. . Tarestrs, worth $1.00, for .84 and latest trimmings, 070. These sets would be a Extremely Satisfactory Condition. entity fair weather, westerly winds. great bargain at 0100. lerms, $7 down and $5.50 per 1,1elitellant Conintander Merry revelled. testifier' Si For Stinday, generally fair weather Is indinted as follows': I was at the starboard side, near the Pls worth $1.25 for 1.15 mewl,. , ii, : -,, .. for New England, tile middle Atlantic States, the llruss , , Ash Chamb er Set s. latest styles, from $25 to $40- Pilot house, when I first made (nit the Lowell's red f4 down and $4 per month. -.' i ' ' : :: - Ohio valley and T anti ennessee. the west ghlf anti tereen it is tile forem a he e st of t Tlapoosa Velvets, worth $1.50 for 1.25 Painted or Enmel m a Chaber Sets, well made from Encouragi t ng Statements Given by Mr ty . lii ; States. Partly clouoy - ether and local sh relation to the plot huse was about thirty feet owers I $18.0o upwards. Terms, $3.00 down and $3.00 per iii io Fit month,. O'Connor in .-is Address,. ,. tor the south At:antic and east gulf States, the directly fort ard ; don't remember the year of Our Carpet D A great variety of Mahoettnized CI amber Seri. ' e., 11 .1 i. . epartmen4s eon- . lake regions. upper Miss.ssiepi and Missouri publication of the Tail i poosa's chart of latest styles, from $30.00 upwardi. Easy terms for valleys. The temoerai tire will rtinain nearly Vineyard sound; it was a recent chart sent from tam n full lines of entire!) , New payment. 1!--SEE THESE OFFERS : DUBLIN. September G.-The nnnual convention .'' ' .1- statienary lit all districts east of the elississippi the hydrographic offi-e about two 'notelet ago; 1 1 ' .- , river and lit the West gulf States; considerable as far as I know mai No. 12 le COrrect, Oleg l ': ,- ' fail of tentrieaature is intlic,ited for the upper 1..ke region. upper Mississippi and Missouri valleys; the course from Noliska light to Cross Rip light- ric slim; the two vessels atter sty; kitig stood bow to an I eDs.e,irable Goods at Popu;ar Ash Chamber Set, All-Wool Carpet. Spring Bed and Mattress. e5.00 down and $5 00 per month. Of the Irish National League niet in the council chamber this morning, aild Was vresided over by Walnut Chamber set. Tapestry carpet. spring Bed I Mr. I. P. O'Connor, M. P., ol Galway. There and 5lattres4 , for $8.tiO down and f48 00 per month. A Hot Closet Range and all the Ware. $21.00-$4.00 was a large flutterer of taciewites present and t1 i --'- ,' light frosts are indiceted blunday morning in bow and stern to stern ; I vas steering for West Easy Terms for Payment. down and .$3.00 per mouth. much enthusiasm was manifested. :ii 4 ' Chop light ween I saw the schoolier; the Debt ' . northern Missouri. Dakota and western Nebraska. lea O'Connor in addressing the convention sald ;11.. . ..... , was oistinetly ahead; the Tallapoosa was being that the organization was uow in an extremely i SLNGS AND ARROWS E I I I. - steered by the light; the bearing was the same as the ceurse; twin reineinber how many vessels I tort hotore mePthg the Lowell atter CH q) nAidLS II BARN I ES) CHARLES IIII BARNES satisfactory condition . The reeerts of the secre - 1 tary and treasurer, which had been read, showing ' seems essattle managers Canna assert that the , . . is 1 . . ', t,1 DaSslit! Cross Rip lightship perhaps haps I met a that the weekly receites from Ireland alone were .11 , ' ' Maine postmasters have not worked hard in MI5 dozen ; I don't remenlier ot nieeitng any steamer; R2 had be, n added campaign.''' The one at Catale. for example, has don't remember OVerlaking any vessels going 512 iirashington Si 512 Washitt 5 and that 7000 voters olon St. . e" to the registry, were reniarkable evidence en goo ca , ward atter passing Crsism 1Z1 lightship before , P .1 ;'t tak d re that even a batch of business cir- vest the Lowell was reported; the 'la lapoosa h:td - of the renewed activity which prevailed through niers from THE GLonE o v office should not be de- not eiled from her couree v . Canada Pacific 45 Oregon Transconet- 15 out the country, and he theught they had good I. 1 'a - ' ' north e north ' FINANCIAL Canada southern 30 Oregon Improvenit- 21 :14' 1 41. , livered to the parties addresseu. For meanness three north. before tee Lowe" was ewes reasoll to congratulate themselves upon the Post- Sighted l don't remember whether we had to cauton ... 35 Pacific Mail. tif the lowest type the Maine officeholders take the Centrat Patenc 4 Pan .. ..... 2 am 98 a chanee our course to avoid vessels atter passing Ting BOSTON S'roCK MARIKET. Chesapeake & Oilio. 712 Peoria. Dec & Ei ans 1434, tio- the movement undoubtedly held in the esti- 4 'i . . - - palm. - Cross Rip ilteitebio before the Lowell was re- co 1st preferred.. 14 Pittsburg 138 mation of the people. The election of Patriek 1 i ' a.' - . ' ' The testimony of Lot M. Morriles.widow that if Ported LI eantlet Ti tell how many of !lie vrsseis met Sales at Winton StoStock Exchante, Sept. 0. no 2d preferred. 9 Pullman Palace Car 115 Egan to the le esidency of the American League by the lapoosa between Cross gip light and the Cfficago & Aiton 133 Reading. ler husband vas alive today "Ile would not sup- l'IllsT 1.10ARD-FilisT PALL. 2nlle clearly ind ated tht t icaliey h ad the full sylnu athy i - '.. , tune the Lowell was reported pass et on the setr- tie preferred 145 Rich A- Atiegnenr.... 4 i I I :' i ' , ' Flirt tiO Wicked and Corrupt a man as James G. board :eel how inane passed on the port; can't tell Dos DS. ea itatoarts. Chic. Bur & t4utlicy 1-,"414 Rich & Danville 43 of thetr brethrea in Aineriza. $40o At & Pee Os e 200 Et S & Gulf. CIRC. st L A N 0..... 82 Rich & 'West Point 2014 Blaine, or any other such man. even at the bid- the Position of the tallapoosa mai the first vessel . seripee dtv. ,9 rionita........ nt talk. St L & Pitts.... 9 Rochester & ?Matey 5 LIBBY MAY RECOVER. 1 .i . . met by her after imssine Cross Rip light; I had 0 sc 812 30 do. 4 do preferred 2" Rock Island 11614 - , 4 r. - . --' cling of his party." can readily be believed. No bet.n 1 1 1 n the l p tot- louse pettier s a minute $4 stock rip 3 311 , flea Teel Cen is. 3814 30 N I & N Eng an. Ssn & C.evelisnd 417s tt San Fran . 248 11 'I .' . one knew Blame better than Lot el. Morrill perhaps two Inin ea n 14 s St Loui iti, whe the Lowell stis woo N 11 at N E 7s10614 BUsinees men all over tire country still revere the first reported; I te,d ben e looking h a looti P & Ark V 7811414 at the crt i or I to Stininitt lir, 12' Cleveland at Cot 42 do preferred f.I.00 Tot, i' & St 1, 25e Consolidated Coal- 17 ' do It preferred :i7412 4 The Portland Murderer Does Not Remems i bee the Circumstances II. nces of is Crime el . l ; : - memory of el. Mll. a 'ement ; M Ga ote ill offic her was er Of th de e ck wo o Sonora 7s.... 9214 20 is Ceu coin 12 Del & Hudson 90 so4 St Patii 14 r orri 13A 85, ., at the time, -but I w:ts in etiarge; I had been In is0000 OregonShort 1 tiiimprapinc 513a Del. Lack &Western10 do iireferred 11014 PORTLAND Me September 6.-Thomas J. 5114 Den & Rio uremia lei a St pato. ebn & man le7le i Libby, who murdered Ledia Snow, is better this , ' Thousands of Maine voters who do not like Mr. charge siace ;lived 7 teeitick; hate been in he Line 6 80 6 ts tio 1. . 20 no 513 A Erie 104 St PAM & ... 34A's 1 . help him by voting for pilo allop n m se about fifteen maim! th RA II os e hour 79 Atcn.T & S F 7474 15 clo. 5114 do preferred 3414 do prefeOmaha. rreo peel, mornin m ms g. Ills ind see to be clear at times Roble ou Monday , ., e t , . . Blaine should not ng Gove betore the collision; tile rest of the hour I was tin 60 do 1434 MINING cos. East Tennessee 534, Texas Pacific I 31's and he has a chance for reeovery. He remembers ' 4 4 , ' ' . J I, , r . . , . the sterboard side of the pilot-house. hurricane 52 do 7414 75 Bonanza De- do preterrea 834 Union Pacific "3414 nothing in regard to the City Hotel tragedy. The Gotternor St John states that a man who has deek ; the Tallapoosa's pant-house had au 1111013- 160 At & Pacific WI' i velopment.. 114 Fell Name I'M United States Ex co 52' :t L ' '' been so faithful a guvertiOr of NeW York as Gov- strive al view, except tvitere the m sokestak 4 Fitchburg-112 c Ob- 'it' .41 MISCELLA O NEUS, kialinibal & St .10 3814 Walt. St I, & PatalIC-- 574 funeral of Lydia Snow viall take place tomorrow structed the view. 4 Chic. IS di 4.1241s 38 Erie Telepit. 16 Houston & 1 eras. 3414 do preferred 14 at Pine Point. It is proposed to have the sereeceS , ernor Cleveland has cannon be a bad man. That Q. If the Tallaponsa had slowed when the 15 keit Pal erten& Illinois Central 12512 Wells leant Ex Do -105 Tex H - sentiment is universal. sclitioneret etes were first reported: could she . SECOND CALL- Ind. Lloom & Vs &All & as til Western Union nets Colorado Coat 912 Get strictly private. . 4 .. . ,. . i . . - It Is too bad. Here is Mrs. Lockwood running (the steamer) twee avoided the ollis on by steer- stoents. RAIL em, ROADS- lug. batetlint. or in any way when the schooner fee5 Mel cen 7s. 190 Mex Central 1014 IRISH AMERICANS FOR CLEVELAND. - began to lull'? for the presidency of these United States, and her scrip 7012 le INI No CON. One P. M. Prices. . -- i , - I "s RAiLitoAns. 3 Cal k ilsela.100 NEWYORK, September 6-1 m.--The follow. A 11.yen Democrat Gives Elis View. of the - i . , alleged friends say she was selected because A. It is posible that the collision could have 100 Summit lir 12 1, V IMCKLLAN ROM te t , ) , Elizabeth Cady Stanton was too old, Susan B. been avoided by stopping in the first instance; 20 VialonPactfie 51 4! 02 Sea Ent Tel 25 lnit are the quotation 4 at this hour: Situation There and Elsewhere. , ! . Atithouy too much of a spinster, Mary A. Liver- but the collision could noht have been avoided after the schoover chaneed er course; I don't think SECOND BOARD-es:117okt:: ecATLet.lepix. 1512 Western Unton New York Central 10206 a !1 Louise & Nashsee.. 30 .. .Northwestern P m 99 , this city upon being interviewed by your corre- e LYNN, Septeber 6.--A prominent Democrat of i :1 ,,-' more too opposed to certain classes, and Lucy that slowing or stopping vita neeeSSary When we RAILROADS. New Jersey Ceutral. 56114 4 ' Northwestern pref 13 3 N Ps , 1 - : -: - -- ; Stone too narrow." There are four good votes lost at the outset. That will throw the election first sighted the schouner. because a culli n w sehooner had clianged CALL. sioas not hnininent; after the 10 Highland 11.124 I orthern Pacific 2214 acific Mali 4tee spondent gave the folloving as his opinion as to FIRST Northern Pate pref.- e, R Centra eti eading l Pacific 46 i Rock Island 12166412 the pelitical situation as follows: "The Dm eo- her course, if the engine of the Talavoosa had . !ill '. storm& RAVI-ROADS- Union Pacilic 501St Paul & Omaha-, 3454; ends are hopeful in the extreme. Undoubtedly Into the House. been slowed or stopped it is my opinion she would l'20 At & Pac es 5NY&NE...13es, MiSsottrt ?acme. 92 , st Paul &Omaha of- 9514 rt I J. G. G. to his party: "Please excuse my brill- have struck the velloolier. stock sent,. 9 fit Unionl'acilic 49 Texas Pacific .... 131s St Paul 85 there V III De a fusion between them and General e . In answer to interroeatories by Lieutenant le70o0 Mex Ceti 7s 37s 1 65 do 4oi, Delaware & Hudson. ittill4 chic. Berle' & et 12314 Butler's followers on the representatives to the !I e , . lent flashes of silence; you know it is absolutely .. l ' , !C ' ., - necessary." the pilot . , .... -. - - I r They are beginning to think out West that Mr. Blaine has withdrawn, or will soon do so. . .. . - Vegetarian restaurants are springifig up In Lon-. NbVeavinwlight. witness testified: Kept my charts lit - 192o house and on the cabin table; the log book and my night order book went down with the Taliapoosa; the Tallapoosa did not run more titan a ship's length alter tlie coilislon ; the slope or el of the 'raliapooea's bow extends about F do scrip.... 70 61 25 ao., 4.9,a,': Del. Lack & Vs eitm..totiLts RocheRter et Pittsb'fr 5 110oo N If & N E 7 slo51.41 100 co 49es Erie tele Manitoba 971ei sage) Union Paces10911. too Witt i !en coin 1 1Cy' Mo. Kansas & Texas. 19474 i Oregon Transcouele 16111 RAILROADS. I 201 Atcheless it 73121 5 hos & Prov..1435 1 5 do lo Flint & Pere l' Mare pref 99 lo itchoure...112121 100 Ls At Mo Ris 2012 Lake Shore Silts! Advance and Decline in Wall Street. - Ilouse, and On the candidate for the Senate which will ensure their etectioit. Butler's candidacy will niaterially alter the prospects of Cleveland here, though the result here or in Massachusetts cannot affect the final result. Cleveland will win. , .,. . . . . . I : 11 tartans who inhabit that great city. rigging; t.: ion to provide fare for tile growing army of vege. twenty-tive feet above the copper line; I shoed think twenty-five feet forward of the trio sides sides a e pretty straight: the 4 ! - ,' . "There are 34.000 deaf mutes In the Untted break made by the collision appeared tO be I I , . ,. - States. By their intermarriage they are constantle pretty near at right angles with the keel; the cons 14 120 bid 45 Ft S & Gulf3 5.1011 98 Summit Br- 13 rights 100 do 25 Mel Central 103141 100 do 9 7,isi St iSCULLAStoeS. 31 Brie Teienia. 151'2 6' do 15 do 16 NEw YORK, September 6-1.30 le ne-Money. "'rite most sanguine Republican will readily 2 pe r c e n t . Exchange du -I and unchanged. Gov- concede time defection existing in tile German ernments dull; currency 6s, 125 bid; 4s, coupon, 53; 4Ses, do, 1117e bid. The stock market Sc vote. They are looking to Cleveland. and if Carl hurz. the aotest Germaii lu this country, is an authority, then they will vote for Cleveland. If I : - . ; ' (linen of the atinitspliere wa s such at one time as to increasing." It is consoling to think they cannot - siEcoND CALL- opened irregular. and for a while an attempt was so. Ohio. swings into the Democratic column. , , 1: give rise to some uncertainty as to the distance of nOltnti. MIRING CO n. grow up to be lying Republican stump orators. the schooner; after time collision I thought site 15000 )lei Can 71- 37te so t'al & Hecla.105 made to support the list and force an ad- Collins' great speech in New York has Q.12214 fractionally by the el- . ttA De. tit IsCKLLA N NOR& vance, but the sellers were too man Itittsaurg Chronicie-lelegraph: A Tenneesee must have been neater to us titan 1 thought RAILu . .. nting Br. 13 y. feetually turned the dril .. of that portion 25 Ene 'lateen. 1334 and prices soon weakeued and gave way of the Irish vote, which as tending towards ' i, - '; man ose wile r a with a e or as ' ' , whan away neighbor, w she was; the lights of the schooner scented 10 Sti 50 at 1 tirst all. The mat then Blame. back to the party that has aiways fought i -e - . to me to be burning dimly; tile lights Chic. IS . approached by a friend With a beaming et:elutes of the Talitilmosa were located about twenty- lapsed into dulness, and up to the publication of for and obtained all tile concessions that has ever Dance. "Johnson," said he to the deserted bus- two feet above the water; they were Prices of Stocks and Bonds at 3 P. M. the bank statement shortly before noon hardly been made to IL Blaine's connection with the any . rt t. :,: - ,. ban d , " I knoW wh ere tnat fellow Greenfield and in accordance with regulations; the masthead tleurnitated by Evans & Doane. Bankers and brokers, business was done. On the appearauce of the Madigan circular, his Know-nothing tali- 28 State atreet I . banks' exhibit. which was very unfavorable, there torials in the Kennebec Journal, his India , your wife are, and you can catch them if you're was a light of concentrating lenses made of LAND COMPANIES. I RAILROADS. was a retiewed pressure to sell, and at tile time of ferent attitude to the appeal of those spry " Catch them!" . P, .. ! replied the bereaved Not French glass did not take notice how the flla- Ill& Aske d .! Bid. Asked. writing prices are at toe lowest of the day. The Irish n e u America citizns nlawfuliv implisoned in r ii. . ' .. "; 'e Poosa we o e- heaning per cnitiass at the time or Poston Land, 574 512 FR r Mae e m tt - decline ranges from 14 to 1. England. facts which are thoroughly well under- , - , . much. Tbat fellow beat me in a horse trade once, past be Boston W P.. 214 234 do pre! 0814 99 stood, has pretty effectually settled tite question ;t - and I always said I'd get even with him." fore the Collision ; should think the James S. Lowell was beading about. S. S. E. or S. E. by S. steeps. ! I. it & FS. - 25 as to how tile Irish Americans mid Irishmen will ', i ' - in Washing at the time of the coiiisin A A .T&Se 'Ste. - 120 1814 1914 La & lexi can MO Riv. ' 2M2 CeU 034. 10 - COMMERCIAL MATTERS. vote during the coining election: their vote will ' - o. 4 Pine.. .. rI -- tt ll Pictures of Blaine's modest hovel Lieutenant T. C. McLean was the next witness. ch. it & ie is, ,N Y & N E 1314 14 New York Produce Market. be cast for Cleveland. the standard tearer of that ton are being presented to his dear friends the He testified : Am a lieutenant in the United Dnver e. 853 - old eolonv 14.0 - T s la n great party which has ever and always stood by ." ., ex4, l Nv:w om. Spber 6.- great men of Maine, So that they may see he 15 States a a vy and m stationed at Newport. Wit- Eastern os...Illes 112 !Rutland pref 1814 - rhanged. Wheat. eNtemo 2 red winter, 897 du 4e f them l and un- or Septem- ' al wretchedly situated as they. . ness shown a statement matte Dy Captaln Reed and K 1..s& M O - 9712 Union l'ae.- 4914 495a ber, 9034e for Octoher, 925..8c for November. Corn. 1 , : i .I.i :l-', I - th"Ah, United States steamer Tlialla at Vineyard ex Cen-ls. " sighs Mme. Theo, "bow curious it Is that Lleetelialit-Commander Newelemade on board the L R & Ft S 7s 937 5 911 !. H ee 12 3714; mINI" Wes centrist.c '1e tolex Cen inc. - 11 !Cal & it eeta. 16 "5 PAItisR" 166 No 2 mixed. 86 for September, October, 05c; No- veinher.1.123,4e. Oats, No 2 mixed. 3334c for septem- LINCOLN, Neb., September G.-Patrick Eagan. Patrick Eagan's Position in Politici s. l : .' ' - e public seems to take more interest In me des- Havn e August 23, last; Captain Reed was asked bee 33c for October. Rye dull. Barley noinal. N Y & N E 7s. 105 10514 , Huron Ilea - Pork quiet: m Pewaine mess. $18 00. Lard. e7 66 bid for Sep- president of the Irish National League, publishes 1;11 l'I. - , . - babile than even when I am in my finest dresses." by Lieutenant-Commander Newell :f he had lismad 94 -' e N Y & N E es. - WI !Osceola 10'4 1114 tember. II7 66 for Oetober. Molasses nominal. Rosie a card In the State Journal here . in winch he any official statement hi regard to the colion; Sonors7s. ... ' I ---- l,le, .e.le fi 2I-4-:tr 1 30. d r,1,. - 'i ' . There's French Innocence for you. llt'd ed RAILROADS. ee LROADS. Quince rm at $1 Ia states that, while very desirous of keeping aloof i els enes duli crue Tu -pen..c. butter tine steady at 31 firm": 311Vese t- , 1 ,-. , .r In St. Louis it Is alleged tbat hearse drivers stop inaenderrettie that lie had not Lieutenant-Com- well asked lion if h w M e ee IA ing to A. T & Is Fe.. 7311, Bes & m.ine.161 107331TAEnt: r,PnHIMIT" 4M5151111' Petroleum ern creamery.' 21412374c471 . - l'heese quiet and sin. awn politics, or expressing n a opinion as to the - funeral corteges to get a glass of beer. make such a statement to him; he saiti he was. Boo & Prov ... - lit5 Erie. 1574 1 1 1 8 chanced. Eggs Miller; Western, 18411812c: State, merits of either the presidenttal candidates. he 4 ' "O loathsome contemporary" Is a Western and made this statement to Commander Newell in Ch. R & Q....1.3 12314 Mexiesn 1 2 1814ff-1c. Sar firm; refined eut loaf. 7,1.7171'..c; g, c. Tallow dull: prime city, 6 7 -144 in has been forced by repeated misstateents In , , ', 4 - ur my presenee, in the cabin of the Tilana; I saw eoinnntt&toC v olev. 1 ow 214 13757,7, TrNepil.c:datgi Id 2i, 74 - Itac. ranula9tedre&ts ugsa Coffee nomalI. Freights dull. in regard to his position in the matter to state his . : ., way of putting it. him sign the statement ; he read it over before c Ile 2 signing it ; as I remember it this is the purport Eastern 37 38 I MiScELLANEOUS. views. He says in his card that under no eireune of the statement made to Lieutenant-Commander fritchbUrg 11214 113 Puniest Car. 11414 115 Chicago Produce Market. st awes can be support Cleveland. He heartily POSTHUMOUS CHILDREN. Newell by Captain R m eed; the statement was read - CHICAGO. September O.-Willem opened 14(414e indorses Blaine, and expres-es his belief that Sirs. Sales at Boston Mining Exchange, Sept. 6. lower than the closing prices hist evening; Septem- Parnell would best meet tile wishes of her son, ; 1 1 .1 :' Their Melts es Defined by the Supreme aloud by Lienteuato-Coininander Newell to Cap- tain Reed in toy presence. FIRST BOARD -FOIST CALL. belt. 7814c: October, 80c. Corn Ile 0,3,ac higher. latter and promote the interests of ibe Irish people, If !I , a . 11 C ourt . Time i In the case of Stephen Bowen and another, executors, vs. Abhie E. Home and others. the nvestigation adj ourned at this point until Monday morning at 10.30 Oclock. RAILROADS. MINING COIL O 1, cause for the a vitnee in corn is the enormous shors t 20 At & Pacific 83 500 Dunkin.eg-d 21c interest whieli i b i i t b le 11 I lc 1 25 Mex Central; 1013.t 200 ilifou cons.. 14cl LAND Co& SIISCELLASSOUS. the present in ctober ; Seclitember 5 , 514e; O etoher . 52;.4c. The she would retrain front Mixing in p es eg nn lig o e ai y s la en up it the falling off in receipts. Oats 140 38 higher Oche political issue. Another Ancient Negro Yarn. 2ta Cntouracitio 5114 100 RosWat Pow 25,11 ber. 2614c. Lard 21,21,d5c lower: October, $7' 4214 TTlehtenoCritatyfi'tsy Hofet7itl.t Cl h tfyo;otrhjile Past Week eseeke.k cos i s ' Supreme Court has decreect that Pauline is enti- 4 INING . 200 do...b60-. 234, Pork nominally unchanged at el u for September. GiaN ,e mrs' e'ip' otrekti 1 Tb len: e5s .. -1 There lives in Clod tO the same share of her father's estate that en i CA00. September 0---I.Later.7- Wheat closed 58 :. :!, :: ' greater than the corresponding week last year. too Bowman:4U, 13e 50 Am Electric lower . ' (i17 than the opening tiiiiires ; September th51.sr.pr4tilteAAe probably the oldest negro in the woeld , She would have been entitled to if he bad died 200 Catalpa..b30 30c 1 litinern'eCe Ws ereac; (harmer, 91ese. COM, 118c higher for Sep- "Daddy" Patrick, an original African, was increased tleaths being Chiefly of a diarrliceal il .': intestate, namely: $19.104 24. with 6 per ce the nt 500 Crescent 15c , 4000 Pipe Line ctf See J10 do...... ..85c ternlier and tatober Septentber, 663,8e October, of the net profits, income and rents from nature. The increase is due Principally to climatic SICOND1 CALL 537' c. Oats ase lott-e.r; September. "518e; October, brolight as a slave to the United States from 1- ' ' the estate in the hands of the execu- influences, to a sudden and highly increased tern- 25,mse. Pork lower at $18 for September and October. Africa in 1784, being then a young Man of about tors from February 13. 1883; said suare pereture. The correstionditig pei rou last year, the RAILROAD& WINING COS. Lard 5c lower; September. $T 30; October, 0 7 3712. 2 H 0. e landed in Charleston, S. C. He , IONY&NEng 14 300 Cons Pacific. 55c - I . -: to be taken entirely from tile residuary beivpst. average mean temperature was 01.33, while tile belonged to Smith's family, who brought him to The rescript of the decision is am follows: By the P tio is 70.3e Whooping cough streiste cos. 100 Standard con 114 Liverpool Cotton Market. li resent week's rit 500 Down:mushy 13c leo Con Virgiuta 25c LtvenrooL. september 6.-Spot cotton in buyers' tihs (Camden) county. The old man is regarded . I , . , coustruction of Public Statutes. clue ter l'27, see- is stilt very prevalent, but the deaths are l ' , non 22, the provision tor a posthumous child must usually asseciated with other combining causes. - favor: middling uplands. 6.3-16d; do Orleans with ereat veneration by negroes of the county. . , , be an Intentional one, in order to cut off the child Tile reported eases of diphtheria. scarlet fever, Covernment Bonds. Futures d d; dull: September, 6.09 September and aseed. Octo- anti is brIniful of attecdotes of slave-trading days. , front his share of the estate. Under the will the etc., appear to be on time decrease and it is hoped The following quotttions of United States bonds her, 6.06d. , : share of Pauline imist he taken from the residue. are long that there will be a centiliter:0)1e detente give tile opening prices of today as compareu wail The Statement of the U. S. Treasurer. New York Cotton Market. it being hipliett that al legal obligations must be tion in tile number of deaths. 'Jam total number theemening prices 0: yesterdey: WASHINGTON, September G.-The statement of . satisfied before the residuary bequest takes effect. of deaths reported to the Board of health for the Bid Bid 1 nil Bid Newl'onit, September 0.-Seot cotton quiet ; futures il4., . ; N, , i '' The peitiltiffs in this ease ale exec w k utors under ee Is 228. figainst 15 7 for the corresponding II Sept. 5. Sept I Sept. 5, Sent.6. nl September 10.71e; October 10.53e ovem- the United States treasurer shows gold silver the will of Timetily W. floxle, late of Boston, de- week last year, M aking the death r: tte for the 17S41,42.91J.11178 11134 MS Cures.95.127 126 lor a-c . United States notes and other funds in toe trees; : ,e,, ceased, anti they asked for instructions as to the week 27.7. Of this number 306 were males am' 122 ttle4e25.9ec.I12 1117a Cs Cul-gem3.128 127 DIED. ury today as follows: Gold coin and bullion. $214.. ... rights of a certain vostlinitious call& named females. 142 were born in tile United states and 86 C S-18.1 9o7.r. 1 197a 119 ICS Cures,97. 130 128 866.212 ; silver dollars and bullion, $145,589,222 . et:Le:v.907.e. isoies 120 . US ettles.98.132 131 Pauline. in the estate of ie. id Ilinotey W. Miele, in foreign countries, 65 vvere of t merle:tit parent- 10958 10014 , Us uurtia,eti. 134 133 CONL E Y. -In South Boston 0th lust Margaret frctional silver coin $ , ., a'29.595.856; U S notes . . i ' - t-, mitt as to the liabilities of Lite leeatees in said will age and 173 of foreign parents. The number of 1, - Conley. 7o ears. tirSilesl,s41701:929002 Fulieral from her late residence, 218 Bowen st., eSe3e1409e15133'st9,3it5h: ini -tIttic;innaall bltialikt Itti eipect)tseS t : 1 to make up the share of said Paultile lit said es- cases and deaths from infectious elseases it y The Petroleum Market. i I ; this week is as follows: Diphtheria. 12 eases and Monday. 8th inst.. at 8.20 a. me trite, It see shall appear to have any furteer rights 881. Certificates ontstanding-Gold, poem I .. ' MeGANN.-in South Boston, 4th inst. Isabella, be i ! therein than-appear in said val. It appears that 6 tie scarlatina, 26 cases and 2 Meal's; Reports by George C. Brooks, dealer in StOCKS loved daughter of Andrew anti Bridget McGann, 7 150; silver, $U4,923,221; currency. $14,G45,000. , typhoid fever. 14 eases anti 5 deat lee The dew its Die testator teed on tile 1st!) day of December. A.D. and t Congress street Boston are as petroleum 59 Cong, , years 6 month. i s . 1882. ills V. which was tilde executed on the from consumption were 35; piletimettia, 4; whoop- follows: i Fu ; , lestit day id Febru try A. D. 1880 , nits proved and lug cough. 12; heart diseiete.10; Bright's disease. neral front parents' resenee, 70 Tudor at., Site. New Engiand Items. day afternoon at I. o'clock. Relatives and friends are . .! ailowed by the Probitte Court for this count y. :Old 10; niarassmis, 12 ; violent cause . 7, of whiph 2 p The market today has been a featureless one respectfully invited to attenda .. A barn, with several tons of hay . owned by . , William Harrison of Ne rib Leominster was , the plitintile were (tidy appointed executors ou were railroad accidents anti 1 accidental snowing rices opened on the downward path at 85 c, 31 widow. Abby I eill day of .lantiary A. D. 1883 At the eith rifle Snot. The number of children who died and a few iiiinUteS later sales were in de at 85e, burned to the ground yesterday. Loss, $500: In , a . 3se el i testator ce he left surviving lam Ms under 1 year was 86, and those under 5 years was but under good buying values rallied a little, 8614c siired in the Merrimac Mutual of Andover tor I ' . Elizabeth 'toxic. six minor children 125. T he number of persons vim tiled over GO being matte 00. . 63 by said Atm; la.zahtell, mid three oilier eiiiieren years of age was 26. the oldest being to3. The Phillips well is producing about 1300 bar- TONIGHT! -John Taylor of Kennebunit Depot. life.. was ' ey a termer wit, . ail et whom are parties to the The deaths in public institutions were 17. reis per day. The flow Is regular. but shows some caught and carried over a shaft at the leather- ' bill. lit the mon. la of Mareli next eliceeeding the , stens of weakening viten not, agitated. It is cer- eece testa. aid Paulltie was , - tritely a pheeomenal veil, and has created intense EVENINC EXCURSION board inill yesterday. Both arms an three ribs were broken. He was hurt internallyd , and his re- exciteinent among operaturs. 'rile Anchor Oil born ase e the t torthe s . By tile fonith :delete of the will the testa- oN Tug covery is doubtful. I.' .. .. , ,,. ' t Lou patty's well on lot 460 is twenty feet below the ' tor directea that tile sum ot $50,000 'be II vasted level of the sand and dile Allen ez Co.'s well, EnnpIRE sTAT, by the executers with the Niassacbusetts Hos ital p Two Curls with Cardboard Breast-Plates. i :: - .,, Ill 14 . Life Insurailee Company of liostoh. in truseto pay near the Johnson, is also through the sand and dry. ENew York World.) hi ) s wi it the interest and income of said fund . Following are the quotations ot United certift- CO Maggie and Mary Slinsby, 9 and 10 years old I , f and - - duriiig her lee; atilt further, in trust, after the de- cease of said wife. "to ps y over the interest SOMUTIIING r ININ'Ir I : eines today: from Tipperary, Ireland. arrived at Castle Garden I ' Internet then-ie. annually. In equal shares Sales. 10.30 a. in.. Sales.' 851 1.00 p. m fPf The Gay Head Indian Life-Boat Crew yesterday on the steamer Republic. They are , f to My SnlitiVing children by my said moo a. m 85 1.30 p. In 8412 In their Exhibition of Skill. going to their parents in Urbana, O. The most wile Abby Ee z abeth. until they shall hve sever 11.30 a a- . m. 8614 ............ 2.00 n. m 81 ; , 1- . rea e noticeable feature about them was an elaborate, ally ehd ent oe e the age of twy-n yars. at we teem in 85e 2.ao p. m 7812 11111T3E3 401T3MXII.611 Z lime saw company slia II Day over to Min of hi her h e 12.30 u. in 8614 s Closing 79ia ' i : ::: s . '4' heavy cardboard breast-plate on which the name of his or Ler proportionate share of said principal as- Enjoyabl Dancing! each c , ,, hi was neatly printed, evidently by a pro. , : s trust Dual, reckotted at the time that said payment , , INIEW YOUSL ITTOCIL Ill.&1111LBT e f . esstottal painter. Tile cards were attached to the Is matte. Should any of sad ehildren decease be- 'T. - ! , ,. Fireworks on the Water! body by a profusion of green ribbous. Clerk , ,e lore re:whine the age of twelity-one, leaving issue. t ; -1" Pdl: Ot-umr 0.16 ()Denim Quotations. , i, Kilroy. who took charge of the children, declared said issue shall receive the share of the parent by ,- e . a ',4 NEW YORK. September 6-11 a. In.-Following Leaves at 7.30. Returns at 10.15. Fare, 50c. the carditmird breast-plates to be the high p - :, right of reeresentat tom" 4,- ie.,- I are tile opening quotations : tOnedest affairs lie Bad ever seen at the Garden." The ptailitills prayed for instructions whether e i .. , ,1 , - , . Lk en or not tile said veil Colitailleti any broVislon for $ 4 -: 4,. Lake tire , . , . ii et ti ' 7 a lk .' II lk 82 I Delaware & Hudson. 01334 . tile said Pauline. or whether she ia entitled to take -' i7 a e ft 1 I II. New Vera. Lentral-loaaa Pacific Mail 50 TO , Even the Bass Cive Their Verdict. , the same share of her lather's estate that she . 4 aZ 4 e 4 brie 1 Claa Union Pacilic........ 5112 A party at 1Volfboro, N. H., limn Salmon Falls, would have been eittilleis to It lie had died 'Mess ' P:'' .,..4 ..4 ., It? 7 fr . ....i - Western Union 6634; Texas Pacific 1 3:18 SITN DAV. Slept . 7-Br Request. .it, ,, tate. Tee plaintiffs further prayed for hist:lie- Michigan Cen I. tral. 69 I en Pacific acifi a c 42 on fishing excursion a few ciays since procured a e : thins simeiti tile said ralliiiie tn. Itond i etilit'ed to PHOSPHATIC chic & NortitwestIo.10iWa Missouri Pacific Milwaukee A. St Knit pizi,;4 North'n Paeitic pref 5014 D2tvit A Broad Blue Ocean Excursion Around boats and guities for a day's trip at Smith peed ;eke the sanie share 01 lier father a estate t hat site cape Cod to Highland Light. for bass. Two of the boats contained Blaine and .., Oregon TranscontL. 161,8 Louisville & Nash,t 31 ,-' r Windt' 11,1Ye been euill led to it he hail diet.' Imes- alto, Kansas & TOXAS 193,s . St Paul .v Omaha 34sm I.Ogali crews; tile other was Liden with a crew of e--- tale out of w It it prover ty and mod Ill n the plain- ' BAKING POWDER La la-i, ck & W es li 11 i'..0 . St P & Omaha pref on1.4 Leaves at 10.30 a. tn. Returns at 6.30. Fare, $1. Clevelaild and Hendricks men, who had great luck .. . .. l , e , tills' hands the sald share of Pauline should be New Jersey Central.. 567a ; Claudia Pacific 45 - taken and made tip. IN BOTTLES Tli4,,,I,,,tur VMS tor ,olide are as follows: Utuu ssa 344 sti., 2 ,rsse: ger its &tut rusr.t 00:r .0. ..,..i ... II 011 11;1748 Lit fu ssa ecc utut rrr :, cee yyy 666:s.: L88909705...1222;8 MONDAY. Blai September 8, and reterned witn a five -pound catch. The two ne and Logan crews returned without a fish. ! , SOUTH BOSTON. , i , , . - WITH WIDE MOUTHS TO ADMIT A SPOON. LAST FISHING TRIP Passing Counterfeit Mone). . ' ., :., - Before Judge Noyes, this inornine, in the U 6 scregistered....1101, I il S eur'ey es. ltled 131 .--- H t , NiT.,,ipal , owe. teetat A. Daniels and John A. u b II, COtiouti I201.t 1..; Scuene tis, thee-133 Moonlight Trips Slifilay ail 11Palay Eveilings. Rieliard E. Nolan was arrested this morning by Judge were examined iat a charge of highway TI110 13usa, Deputy United States Marshal Enos, for passing a rubbery. from the person Of 'I homas O'Brien, of AND Stocks in Wall Street. SPECIA.11. NoTter t counterfeit standard dollar upon B. W. Cobb of r . . t $8 , mid heid in bonds of S 1000 eneli for trial In . minerciat street lie ws . a arralened before Coln- lite Superior Court. Frederick Mills. tried Moil- STRONGEST VOWDER LEM NEW' YORK, September 6-1'2.30 p. na-The Co LAsT TRIP MONDAY. foliowing are the noon quotatiens: nussioner Hallett. anti held in $500 for trial at the tiONI NI ON IV EILL.7'11 OF M Asfil AC II I:- present term of the United States Court. et - day lest for maileione mischief. was 1.alti in bouds TR:1r IT- t 8 3s 1001,2 Lake Erie & Wesen. 14 : 'D tit 1,100 tor decislini ill lit, case, September 9. 41 the le b 412s. reg. 11134 Lake Shore 81 kJ SETTs. Suffolk, ss. Probate C plica ourt. To the next :nay Lurise was foiled guilty of profanity, and L S 41,:as. coup 1117a Long islann.,... . , .... 07 of kin anti others interested in the estate of Edward The Third Victim of Sunstroke. lined 63 anti costs. Miele Hines WAS ddlellarged U S 4s, reg 119 ,Loillaville & Nasliv'e 3034 Connor, late or Boston, in said enmity, deceased, mi a eland:tint of a.,s;tilit anti battery on ,t China. U s 4s. coup Leo :Lonisviile A, N Alb.. 17 greeting: W hereas. Edward J. IPlikni. the admin.. Miles Kelly. who was prostrated by the heat on 126 1 Manhattan Beacn.. 1012 istrator of the eidate of said deceased. has mole ar.- Hamden street yesterday died at the City Ill William M. Sleitil Was coneicted tor beilig Peelle! es. 't.i5 Hospital this morning. He.l'ived at 982 Harrison 1.) c 3-05s 1010 , Manhattan Idevatti 755,8 plication for a distrilmtion of the balance in his Ingots ii Ii!ubborti child, anti put on probation. k'our . ! , - simple drunks were assessed $4 each. 1 4 MIMI CI lios.liarl A Erie Isis I:; Nietna & Charieston. 211 among the next of kin of said ileVe:ISCII: You are ' 1:. :i . do guaranteed. la i Metropolitan Ettore. 9554 hereby cited to appear at a Probate Court to be avenue, where lie leaves a widow and nine -------- ----- Centrai Pacific Ists.110 1 M telligan Central.- lit) holden at Boston. in said comity of Suffofl k. on the children, This is the third death from sunstroke , 1 ' 0 ' City Hall Notes. 'CHECK STOLEN. ... Den & Rto (IT Das p534 Mil, 1, S & IN pref.... SG twenty-second day of September, A. D. 1884. at ten this weett. IL; oo oei Ital 0: t liatra it efisLati ports to ssiegreeel t. dres Keys las . 7et: I - ' ' The water inspectors are to be furnished with Den. 8 p & Pao lats. 75 Minn Ar St Louts ir, f o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause. if any '!,ou 1! 'H-. uniform 1,,,,, . The altiernianic committee on licenses this morn- All parties are cautioned against rtreeiving a cashier's tile 2ds . ti check for $300 oil the tiermin IN'estern Dank of Cin- 6234, do preferred eg12 have. wily distritmtion should not he nititle a ccooling Kan 0, Pae.c COIL .. , SI riti,,,,ri ". ..e ine id appli ..... Ins,, to sac ati on anti ti apnt is rd r o . I trinnati. 0 indorsed 1,s, '6,0,., 1,,,Teritis 1.1). 11. L. Kan ists, Deny Div.107. Mobile & Ohio 8 - serve this eitation by publishing the same eonc'e tiot ! ' J - , lila emisideted the itoplicel tons Of Williain WilSell litiwker & Co. Boston, a-eptellibUr 5, 18S4. It Lehigh & Wilkestee. 97 Morris & Essex 122 week, for three successive weeks. in tile Boston Daily $40 were stolen from him Yesterday. -Nathan Rock si sait Interest I tiat I. edvraseeytsbrtaeeonee n o tdn, and William Delyea tor licenses for sparring ex- Oregon Nav lots 10612 Mutual thinn tet ... tete (Hobe, a newspaper publishett at main Boston, the las-t rillif is Il4 TO CEBTI TY that my wife, Naney at Joseph 108 Netshville & chat .... 'to publication to he two days, at least. before said court. -Thomas Foley and James F. Dacey make the f, ' , Minions, anti voted leave to withdraw. I E. Turner. has kit my lie d awl hoard with- bt Paul & 8 C lsts 117 New Jersey Central. 5658 Witness. ,Johti W. alekint. Esquire, judge of said :1111:::ysoPilltnrael ielt:initadi srt . The lire commissioners have. subjeet to the al, out Just cause or provocation. This is to warn all per- Fo pacific Ists ... eit Norfolk & west pro court court. this fourth day of September. in tile year of stoke). , .. 2214 our Lord one thousand eight hundred anti eighty- , . . preval of the elayor. granted an ;mutely of $300 sons haritoring her oil My actrount, as 1 slia II pay no Tex pac land grates. 3914 Northern Paean!. :1:4-77,eysTAta.1111:eittieennrrgeeoldeo. o t be e Mew of lie:semen p ier ce. 01,, of the vie (odes of h er contr clittg tr this a ate &a 1 v. .h tte d at itos- Texas & Rio G rande 511 do preterree 44 four 4 0,8 . JOHN IL P Al AYNE Ait . sssatit-i gister. te , ton Mass.. September 6, ISS-1. los Tot. Del & Bur fats.. 15 Northwestern I lies ol the Ileac! -street lire. ThiS antillity Will 10012 so 8 15 . a wallet anu el00 taken. , oteattoE Iv. x TuRNER do incomes .. . . ... 2 do preterreo 133 .. . . -- i he payable as long as Nits. Pierce remains a FREI.. BAYS E. Witnesrt. Murk. it Union Puente ls.ts.11014 New York Central -10214 Fon, RAILE-The best fruit store in Bostou ; priee. , . wia,,a.. Tia, action is taken meter the authority k1150q, will pay for itself in 15 Weeks: no hrokers; f capt her 107 o acts or f the 'ASO. rr 4.27,1.1-T-I0 I or e gentlemen. a pleasant frout do land crants....107 ISi,ew York Elevateu-115 don't reely unless you have got cash to buy and nuetn '"',-("()" aunually 19 be used as a fund for the aid do sinkine funds. It li41a N Y. chit, x St Louts 638 1 .. 11 square ro , turniSiked, up 1 eight: also a hack business. Address C. DAVIDSON, 49 litiiiit ' ol students of limited means la e nond st. e tuntog de part - -- room: hOt anti cold water, gas. etc.; ruleretiees re- Adams r-ituress 130 do preferred 11 suite 8. iisti3t4' se 1ent of tile New Ellie:nal Conservatory of Music. Furniture. quired. Apply at 43 Slairon si. ilSii3i se Alton a. Terre Haute .27 Ohio Centrist 4 do preferred 75 Ohio & Mississippi 21 -El017 MAT,E-At a bargain, to close an estate. '2 This will a the tuition o ' p y f tueive students each Ton wiii od ! lie Iiii ge4i steck and the finest as- rro ir, r.lr- At West End. brick-lio-u-s-e-,' 14 rooneT: American express DI I do preferred 45 le houses, with 4 lots land, on Shelburne and Mount year. 1 be department is open alike to ladies anti . . . . . sot Intent ;it Paine's, 48 Canal street, opposite x suitable for teueuts or beardiug-bouse Apply at Boston Air Liao pd. 86 i Ontario & Western.. 1214 Vernon see, near Dorchester ay. JOHN W. SHAW 6: I gentlemen- . . . Bostou e; elnattie depute , 67 Prince It. "gnat. ail Stut.0 It et kito SO I Orate ktistYlitatlett.. SI OU192 Watislnittost it., room IC ge 1 -connoisseurs euloy Park's musty ate. , , . , . , . , . , . . , .. , . . ...., , , . . , - . . . ., , i i f , . . . . , , , . . . . . . , . . . . . . .. . - . , . . . . . . . . . , , , . . . . . . , , . , ,-;iL,,,, . . , . . . . . ., . . . . , . . . . , , . . . , . .. . . ' . . . . . . , , andtiactityb:eeeta wallet and , , ' . . b L . . I . , r .... . . . . . . , , , , , ' ., . . O. . , . , k , . , , . , , , : , , ., . . .,.. . , .. , . , , .. . -i,i - . . . -.. ' . . ,. , . . . , . , ,,, ., la COMMANDER MERRY I Again on the Rand Before the Court of Inquiry. Fifth Pay's ProceedingsThe Collision Could Possibly Have Been Avoided. The Steamer's Course West by North, Three-quarters North. The court of inquiry organized to Investigate the cause of the sinking of the Ta hapooea in Vineyard soond August 21 held its bah session am the navy yard this morning, beginnine at 10.30. The full court. consisting of (await) Harmony. president. Captains Braaford and Bunce, Judge Ad voeate,Lenmly mind Clerk Ahearn or tlie Wabash. Was n attendance. Lieutenant Commander Merry revelled, testified as follows: I was at the starboard side, near the Idiot house. when I first made (mut the Lowell's red and green lights; the foremast of the Tmelapoosa in relation to the idiot house was about thirty feet directly fore ad ; don't remember the year of publication of the Tail ipoosa'-i chart of Vineyard sound; it was a recent chart sent from the hydrographic aliont two monthe ago; as far as 1 know clime Ni. 12 is correct, giving the course from Nobska light to Creme Eli) lightship; the two vessels after stratieg stood bow to bow and stern to stern ; I was steering for West Chop light wien I saw the schormer; the light was oistinctly ahead; the Tallapoosa was being steered by the light; the bearing was the same as the ceurse; men remember how many vessels I met before met:that the Lowell atter eassin Cross Eip lightship; perhape I met dozen ; I don't remeniber ot meeting any steamer don't remember overtaking any vemsels going west ward atter passing Cresm Nip lightship before the Lowell was reported; the a lapoosa h:md not varied from her couree, north by north, three-quarters north. before tee Lowe" was &Oiled; don't remetnber whether we had to citinee our course to avoid vessels after passing Cross Rip iighte!lo before the Lowell was reported; I camel tell how many of the vessels met by the Tallapoosa between Cross gip light and the tune the Lowell was reported pas el on tile starboard ad how mane passed On the port; can't the vosition of the Tatlapoosa amid the first vessel met by her after passma Cross itip light; I had hero pi the phot-house perhars a minute, perhaps two minntee. when the Lowell was first reported; I le:d been looking: al the chart or a mement ; Mote Gallaeher was Meer of the deck at the time, -but I was in eimarge; 1 had been in charge slace abaut 7 o'etock; haiebeen In the pilot-honse about fifteen mieutes Maine the hour Detore the collision; time rest of the hour I was in the starboard side of the pilot-house. hurricane deck ; the Tallapoosa's pilot-houee had an tmobstruet d view, except where time smokestack obstructed the view. Q. If the Tallaponsa Lad slowed when the schooner'e ilehts were first reported: could she (the steamer) have avoided time outs on by steering, baelchne. or in any way when the schooner began to lune A. It is possible that the collision could have been avoided by stopping in the first instance; but the collision could not have been avoided after the schocumer chanced her course; I don't think that slowing or slopping was necessary when we first sighted the schooner, because a cullision was not hntninent; after the sehooner had clanged her course, if time engine of the Talavoosa had been slowed or stopped it is my opinion she would have struck the eciammier. In answer to interrogatories by Lieutenant Wainwt 'gilt, witness testified: Kept my charts lit the pllot Weise and on the cabin table; the log book and my night order book went down with the Tallapoosa ; the Tallapoosa did not run more than a ship's length alter time coilislon ; time slope or bevel of the 'faliapooea's bow extende about twenty-five feet above the copper line; I shoud thine twenty-five feet forward of the fore-:ageing; time sides a e pretty straight: time break made by the collision appeared to be pretty near at right angles with the keel; the condition of the atmesphere was such at one time as to give rise to some lumen:minty as to time distance of the schooner; after time collision I thought she must have been neater to us than I thought she wee; the lights of the schooner seemed to me to be burning dimly; the lights of the Tallatmosa mere located about twenty-two feet above the water; they were In accordance with regulations; the masthead light was about seventy feet above the water ; it Was a light of concentrating lenses made et French glass; did not take notice how the Tailapoosa wee- heaning per compass at the time or just before the collision; should think the James S. Lowell was beading about S. S. E. or S. E. by S. at the tune of the coaision. Lieutenant T. C. McLean was the next witness. He testified: Am a neutenaut in time United States navy and am stationed at Newport. Witness shown a statement made Dy Captain Reed amid Lteutenant-Commander Newell.made on board time United States steamer Thalia at Vineyard Haven August 23, last; Captain Reed was asked by Lieutenant-Commander Newell if he had made any official statement hm regard to the collision; Reed replied that be had not; Lieutenant-Commander Newell egged him if he was v. Ming to make Mich a statement to Mtn; he said be was. and made this statement to Commander Newell in my presenee. in time cabin of the 'filana; t saw him sign the stat,meni ; he read it over before signing it ; as I reniember it this is time purport of the statement made to Lieutenant-Commander Newell by Captain Reed; the statement was read aloud by Lieuteuant-Coinmander Newell to Captain Reed in my presence. The investigation adjourned at this point until Monday morning at 10.30 ()clock. The City's Health for the Past Week. The tnortafity of the city for the present week is greater than the corresponding week last year. the increased deaths being chiefly of a diarrideal nature. The increase Is dUe Principally to cilinatie influences, to a sudden and hIghly increased temperature. The conestionding period last year, the average mean temperature was h1.33, while the present week's ratio is 703D Whooping cough is still very urt-yalent, but the deaths are usually associated witit other combining causes. Tile reported eases of diphtheria. scarlet fever, etc., appear to be on the decrease, and it is hoped ere long that there will be a considerable diminution in the number of deaths. The total number of deaths reported to the Board of health for the week is 228. against 175 for the corresponding week last year, making the death rate for the week 27.7. Of this number 10G were males and 122 females. 142 were born in the United States and 8G in foreign countries, 65 were of A !II erican parentage and 173 of foreign parents. The number of cases and death- from infeel ions diseases reported this week is as follows: Diphtheria, 12 cases and 6 deaths; scarlatina, 26 cases and 2 deaths; typhoid fever. 14 eases and 5 deaths. The ilea:11s from consumption were 35; ptietimonia, 4; whooping cough. 12; heart diseiise.10; Bright's disease. 10; marasinus, 12; vonent cause , 7, of which 2 were railroad accidents and 1 accidental !mooting ith rifle snot. The number of chluiren who died under 1 year was 86, and those under 5 years was 125. The number of persons who tlied over GO years of age was 26. the oldest being 53. The deaths in public institutions were 17. somurruaNcr NIMWI! PHOSPHATIC BAKING POWDER m BOTTLES WITH WIDE MOUTHS TO ADMIT A SPOON. 13usrr AND STRONGEST VOWDER LEM TR:1r ET. 1 4 MWSts CI CHECK STOLEN. All parties are cautioned against reeeiving a eashier's cheek for $:i00 oti the iierto,tii I,Vegterii Bank of Chiiii,lorAed hy GeoVe I ietferitis and iL L. iiowker A: Co. nustoit, ',01,teilibUr 5, 1SS4 it I TO CER-1111,'Y that my wife, Nancy t E. Turner. has lett my bed anti hoard without just eanse OF provoctit ion. This is to warn all persons hahoring her on my tteeount, as I shall pay no debts or her et tntrael lott atter this date. Dated at Boston Mass.. September 6. IttS4. his GOrlIGE W. x TURNER. FREI,. BAYNE. Witnes4. mark. it Fr41-1..E-1-- To 1 or 2 gentlemen. a pleasant froot square ro , furnished, up 1 flight: also a haek room: II"t and cold water, gas. etc.; referenees required. Apply at 43 Sh.tron St. s6 rro LETAt west End. brick house, 14 rooms; suitable for teuauta or boarthugbouse. Apply at 67 Prince at. Alanato afi 40r1ELMA-Irl CARPETS AND CHARLES H. BARNES, 512 Washington Street. BARGAINS is CARPETS. All Wool, worth 70e., for - $ .60 Ex Super, worth 90c., for .75 ThreePlY, worth $1.00, for .90 Tape,try, worth 90c.. for .75 estry, worth $1.00, for Bruss91s, worth $1.25, for Velvets, worth $1.50, for - Our Carpet Depart men's tam n full lines of entirely .85 1.15 1.25 con. New an I De,irable Goads at Popu;ar Prices. Easy Terms for Payment. CHARLES Hs BARNES) 512 Washington St. FINANCIAL wino BOSTON STOCK MARKET. Sales at BAeton Stock Exchange, Sept. 11,, FIRST BOARDFIRST CALL. PoNtS. RAILS0ADS. .0400 At & Pac 6s 200 Ft S & Gulf. scrip.W dm. 79 ristits nitt, $140 stock scrip 812 36 no 3 3114 flex' Ves Cen is. 3814 30 N I 4: N kne 14 81000 N I at N E7s10614 10 SUTlintit lir 12 1000 I' A Ark V 781 tsgia 2.00 Tot. t & St L t:5c $ Iwo Sonora 7s.... 931(2 20 NS is Ceu coin It' 85000 OregonShort 1 Clittnil'acine 813s Line 6,; 80 it tie bi 13 RA I 1,1,A DS. 2o no 513$ 79 Aten.T,ts ii 7414 IS do. 0114, 60 do 7434 MINING cots. 52 no 7414" 75 Bonanza 1)e100 At & Pacific 00,! velopinetit.. 114 1 4 l9tchfiurg 1114 Sutacitt.LASitoUS. 4 Chic. IS & 4) 1241s 38 Erie leicoli. 16 15 Pun Pal Lasr115 . SECOND CALL. IIIONngt. SAILRGAGN. $045 Mel Cen 7s 190 Mex Central 101a scrip 7012 lallsits COA. 0AiLIV.A08. 3 Cal It lirels.188 100 Summit Br 121, SIIMCKLLANSOUS. 20 UnionPacific 51 a 02 New Ent Tel 25 i , 10 Erie Telenn. 1512 SECOND BOARDBEF0114 CALL. RAILROADS. 10 Inglaand 11.124 WIRST CALL. rowt.k. 20 At & Pee as stock sent". ft 27000 Mei Cell 7s. 37341 1920 no scrip. 78 11000 N & N F.74105141 1;000 Union Pue8s1OV12 RAI ROA DS. 201 Atch.T&S F 73121 5 hos & Prov 105 I 10 Fitchnurv 112121 45 Ft S & Gulf 3 5-181 100 do 3141 25 Mel Central 10 100 do Tis SECOND RAltROATO11- 5 N N 13 feu LeueonPsettic 49 95 do 4912 eto 495,s 100 do etteles 100 lilas Celt coin 1 tCyti do 10 Flint eit Pere Marie pref PO 100 1.34 t MO R12 2612 98 Sunernit Br 13 MISCULLANICOUS. 31 Male Tetepel 1512 6 do 16 15 do 15 CALL. ROWDIL 115000 Ilex Can 71- 371,1a ItA L KO A D. 10 Summit Br. 13 50 Chic- 11 at Q-12914 MINI NO 00111. so t.aI & Hecia.105 luISCKLLAN NOUS. 26 Erie lelepti. 1534, Prices of Stocks and Bonds at 3 P. IC EForuistaed by Evans & Doane. Bankers and Broken, 28 State ntreet.1 LAND CONPAN1EN. I RAILROADS. Bid. Asked. ! Bid. Asked. Poston Land. 512 512 1r & P Mar. 2to Boston W P. . 2I1 2s4, do pr.! 0812 99 BoNDIL lEttifFS - 26 A.T&Sillsts. 120 ! LA & Itto litiv 2012 A 4 Pine 1814 1914 Slexinan Cell 93;e 10 Ch. it & Q 41. , N I & N E 131;1 14 Denver ex. 8534, 101deolonv 14.0 Eastern Os...11134. 112 I Rutland lira 1814 K C.S & :s1 04 9712 Union Pac. 4912 4954 L it & Ft 9 7s 95 911 !Will Central 1112 12 Nies Cen 7s.. 37 371s; m1NiN0 compaisiza. Nies ('en inc. It !Cal & liecia 165 166 N Y & N E7s. 105 10614, Huron 112 N It & NEels. b5 !Osceola 10,4 111 Boners 7n. ' 94 -- 1Pewable lks 1 RAILlIOADIL IQuinev 3614 :Into. A. T & S Fe 731,st 733,i TELKP HONE nom ram sa. Boa & Maine.161 103 I Anneenlie11-154 155 Boo & Prov .. 105 Erie. 1514 ie Ch. B& Q....123 123Imi Mexteen 174 2 (In. 8 & Clot, 12I4 137,y New Entri'd 25 Connotton V. 75e , Tropical 111! 2 Eastern 37 39 I Id ISCELLANCOUL 1itchburz 11212 113 i riLli Pal Car. 11414 115 - Sales at Boston Mining Exchange, Sept. tl FIRST BOARD-FIRST CALL. RAILROADS. MUSING COIL 20 At & Pacific 8114, 600 Dunktn.ex-d 21c 25 Mex Centrai 1014 LAND e01, 2u UnionPacitic 5114 100 BosWat Pow 2sle MINING COS- 200 do...b00 234 200 Bijou cons 14c 1 stincaLLawaous. 100 Bowman:49v 13c 1 50 Am Electric 200 latalna..b30 30c & Illum'irCo 173 000 Crescent 15cl 4000 Flue Line ctt S6c I 2000 do... .. ..85c SICOND CALL RAILROADS. 10NYINEnt 14 MINING cos. BOO Bowman Stir 13c WINING CON. SOG Cons Pacific. 100 Standard con 100 Con Virginia 55c 114 25c Covernment Bonds. The following qnot along of United States bonds give the opening prices of todmi as CoMpared wiln tiles opening prices 0; yesterd,ty Bld Bld 1 bid B91 Sept. 5. Sept .0.1 Sept. 5 8eot.6. T7S414$.111.r. 1117s 111341 Us Curlia.95.127 126 1.1114128.91.e. 112 11178 US Curocuri. 128 127 1S-18,1997.r. 11918 119 1314 Cur63,97. 130 129 US4s.1907c 12014 120 US Cti1dc98. 132 131 US36 1005,S 10012 , US Uurtia.21). 134 133 - The Petroleum Market. Reports by George C. Brooks, dealer In stocks and petroleum. 59 Congress street, Boston, are as follows: The market today has been a featureleFs one. Prices opened On the downward path at 85e, and a few minutes later sales were in;de at 85c, but under good buying values rallied a little, 8614c being matte. The Phillips well is producing about 1300 barrels per day. The flow is regular. but shows some slims of weakening when not agitated. It is certainly a phenomenal well, and has created intense exelteinent among operators. Tile Anchor Oil Company's well on lot 460 is twenty feet below the level of the sand and drv. Allen Co.'s well, near the Johnson, is also through the sand and dry. Following are the quotations ot United eertillzates today: Balm I Sales. 10.30 a. rn 85841 1.00 p. m 841 MOO a. m 85 1.30 p. In 8412 11.30 a. m ...8612 2.00 m m 81 12.00 In 8572 2.30 p. in 7812 12.30 U. m 8614 Closing 7912 AIEW you 111COCIL MAIIIILS Opening Quotations. NEW YORK. September 6-11 a. in.Following are the opening quotations: Lake tailors 82 i Delaware & Hudson. 06 New Yuri& Lentral...1023i Pacific Mail Erie 1634 Union Pacilic........ 5112 'Western Union uns,i Texas Pacific J 3:1 a 11eln gall Central.. 68 Central Pacific 42 tAae. Nortnwest'n. IthWs Nlissourt Pacific 824a Milwaukee 4. $t l'Aut Nortli'n Pacific pref 5014 Oregon 'rranscontL. 161a Louisville Jr Slaith,t 31 14o. Kansas 4, Texas. 193,1, St Paul .Nc Omaha 345a Lack a: Wen.. 1 14) , Mt P tk Omaha wet no !sew Jersey Central.. 5078 Canada k'acitic 45 - Tile bi(19 ior ar. ni folloWS: 3s. registered....1001 U S eur'ey Os. 1$95-128 U 412. refiristered.1 I 134 S cur'ey 6. 1806 127 U 412s. contain .1 11178 1 S eur'ey 6s. 1897 123 U 4s. registered-- I n114 LI cur'cy Us. 1896-131 U b oh couputi 12014 cuecY Iti99-133 Stocks in Wall Street. Nrse YORK, Septeniber 6-12.30 p. rn.--The following are the noon quotailnm: t 8 38 1001,2 Lake Erin & Weals. 14 U b 41s. reg. 11134 EakeSliore 8118 L S 412s. coup 11118 Long Island ...... 07 U S 4s, reg 119 , Louisville it Nashv'e 3034 U 8 4s. coup lai Louisville ,t N Aro.. 17 Pacific (is 05 124; 1 Manhattan Benett.... 1012 1) C 3-05s 1010 , Manhattan Elevated 755,8 lios.hiart & Erie ists I:i Nletno it Charieston. eitt do guaranteed. 13 J Metropolitan Elev. 9558 Central Pacific Ists.110 : Mtehigan Centro.... 69 Hen & Rio Hr lids 9538 Mil. L S & IN pref.... 30 Den. 8 p & Pao ists. 75 Minn & St Louis 15 1 Erie 2ds 62:04 ' do preferred Kan & Pacific eon. r S i filissouri "'mettle ..... ilatt Kan Ists. Denv Div.10ri Mobile & Ohio 9 Lehigh & Wilkesn'e. 97 Morris & Essex 122 Oregon Nay lets 10012 Niutual Union 'let ... 1312 tl Joseph 10$ Ndshyille & Chat .... 39 bt raul & 8 C 1sts 117 New Jersey Centrai. 504' 2 8o Pacific lsts .. lill Norfolk & 1,,, est prof 27 Tex l'ae land grants. 3914 Northern Pacific 2214 Texas & Rio Grande 5114 do preferred 4058 Tol Del & Bur Isis.. 15 Northwestern 1oo12 do incomes ..... ... 2 do preterreo 133 Union Paeitic lsts...11014 New York Central-10214 do land grants...1075,8 New York Elevated I lb do sinking funds. 14 081,2 N Y. Chu, x St Louts 638 Adams rotoress 130 do preferred 11 Alton & Terre Haute .27 Ohio Central 412 do preferred 75 Ohio & Mississipm.. 21 American Express iit I do preferred 45 Boston Air Line prt. 86 i Ontario it Western 1214 linrO It es )io lit) 1 Wawa IC61,18'41011.. $I ...... Ak.1-1130 FURNITURE BARGAINS IN FURNITURE. An Embossed Plush Parlor Suit. in one color or a variety of colors, for e65.00$6.5u down and $5.00 per month. Other Plush Parlor Suits, different styles. F45.00 upwards Parlor Suites. in Hair Cloth or Raw Silk. Heavy Walnut Frames, $45.00 upwards--$4.50 down ana scoo tier month. Black Walnut Marble Top Chamber Sets, extra heavy and well seasoned, eomplete with bevel plate and latest trimmings, $70. These sets would be a great bargain at LOO. Terms, f$7 down and $5.50 per month. Asti Chamber Sets. latest styles, from $25 to F40 f.t, down and e4 per nionth. Painted or Eliattiet Chamber Sets. well made from it18.00 upwards. Terms, $3.00 down and e3.00 per month. A great variety of Mahocanized C, amber Sets. latest styles, from V30.00 upwardi. Easy terms for payment. - SEE THESE OFFERS: Ash Chamber Set, All-Wool Carpot. Spring Bed and Mattress. R5.00 liONVII and t25 00 per mouth. Walnut Chamber Set. Tapestry Carpet. Spring Bed and Mattress, for toiL00 down and i48 00 per month. A Hot Closet Range and all the Ware. $21.00-44.00 down and .$300 per mouth. CHARLES Hi BARNES, 512 Washingion St. Canada Pacific 4li Canada Southern 38 Canton Central Chesapeake & Onto. 7112 Co Jut preferred.. 14 no 28 preferred. 9 Chicago & Alton 133 do preferred 145 Chic. Burt (Olin:y 14414 Chic. St L & N 82 Chic. St L & Pitts 9 do preferred 00 Cin. ben & C.evelitaid 4178 Cleveland & tol 42 Consolidated Coat 17 Del & Hudson larti Del. Laca N etern1013i Den & Rio Grande. 12' 4 Erie 1(84 tio preferred East 1tiiies see 534 (lo preterred 834 Fort Neville 1(lo klannibal & St 3812 Bouston & 341,1 Illinois Central 12511 1ntLflLoom.t 't Kansas & 1 Lila 193, g Oregon TransconVi 1534 Oregon Improvemr 21 Pacific Matt. 494 Pamtnia 98 Peoria. Dec & kKflS 1434, Pittsburg 138 Pullman Palace Car 115 Reading 2612 Rich & Ailegnenv 4 Ricn & Danville 43 Rich & West Point 2012 Rochester & ?Malik 5 Rock Island 111;14 St Louis .4 San Frau- 2484 do preferred 4412 do 1st preferred. h7 St Paui 8614 do preferred 11034, St Paul. Min & Man 971,2 St Paul & Omaha. 2458 do preferred 95:12 Texas Pacific 181,2 Union Pacific 50 United States Ex Co Vi'ab. $t I, & Pacific 578 do preferred 14 Wells FUJIN) Ex t..;0 105 Western Union 6dt4 Colorado Coat 912 One P. M. Prices. NEW YORK, September 6-1 p. m.--The follow. tnte are the quotation 4 at this hour: Western Union 90 1Loulsv'e & Nashv'e.. 30 New York Central 19214 Northwestern 99 New Jersey Ceutral. f.91,4'Northwe4tern pref 133 Northern Pacific 2214, ?seine Mali 497s Northern Pate pref... 414.4, Reacting 2612 Central Pacific 46 Roek 141atid 1191.4 Union Pacine 50341 St Paul & Omaha.... 34 ; M i SSOUT1 ?acme. 92 , st Paul & Omaha uf.. 9512 Texas Pacific .... 131s St Paiii 85 Delaware & Hudson. 9934 Chic, BurPu it ta 12314 Del. Leek & West'n..1094,0, Rochester & Pittsb'w 5 Erie 11114 Manitoba 971s Mo. Kansas & Texas. 191410regon Transomel 161,4 Lake Shore 811,,s1 Advance and Decline in Wall Street. NEW YoRK, September 6-1.30 p. m.--Money. 2 per cent. Exchange du 1 and unchanged. Governments dud; curreucy 6s, 125 bid; 4s, coupon, 120 bid; 412s, do, 1117s bid. The stock market opened irregular, and for a while an attempt was made to support the list and force an advance, but the sellers were too many. and prices soon weakened and gave way fractionally by the tirst call. 'the mai ket then lapsed into dulness. and up to the publication of the bank statement shortly before noon hardly any business was done. On the appearance of the banks' exhibit. which was very unfavorab:e, there was a renewed pressure to sell, and at the time of writing prices are at the lowest of the day. The decline ranges from 18 to COMMERCIAL MATTERS. - New York Produce Market. Nrw YORK. September S.Flour dull and unehanged. Wheat. No 2 red winter. S9ri 4e for September, 9034c for Octoher, 02a,c for November. Corn. No 2 mixed, 60,4c for September, October, 65e; November. 62e. Oats, No 2 mixed. 3:04c for September. 23c for October. Rye dull. Barley nominal. Pork quiet: mess. P18 00. Lard. E7 U bid for September. f.t7 tIti for Oetober. Molasses nominal. Rosie, firm at ti 221f2V1 20. Turpentine steady at 31,1,3114e. Petroleum dun; crude. 7471,..c. Butter firm; Western creamery. 21412312e. cheese quiet and unchaneed. Eggs tirmer; Wefitern. I 8a 181.e: State, 181,2 a-19c. Sugar firm; refined cut loaf. 771;le; granulateI. Tallow dull; prime city, 6 7-144 612e. Freights dull. Coffee noiniusit. Chicago Produce Market. CHICAGO, September 6.--Wtheat opened I4att 4e lower than the closing prices hist evening; September. 7814c; October, 80c. Corn (te higher. latter In October; September, 51-44e; October. to23,4c. The cause for the advance in corn is the enormous short Interest vvhieli is beginning to be badly shaken up by the falling off in receipts. Oats 18,aft 8 higher; October. 2614e. Lard 21,2(45c lower: October, 67 4214 "'cork nominally unchanged at el u for September. Cn i CA00. September 6---E Later.-- Wheat closed 518 (717,ac lower than the opening tignreo; September 1758c: October, 791ae. Corn, llfac higher tor September and O. tober; September. tal'ac; October, 531'5e. Oats Ise lower; September. 251.8e; October, 257se. Pork lower at 618 for September and October. Lard 5e lower; September. 97 30; October, 07 3712. . Liver000l Cotton Market. LTVIERPOOL. September 6.Spot cotton in buyers' favor: middling uplands. 6.3-16d; do Orleans. 6.itsd Futures dull; September, 6.09d; September and October, 6.06d. New York Cotton Market. 'KievYonC. September 0.Spet cotton quiet ; futures firm; September, 10-71e; October. 10.63c; Novem10.43c. DIED. CONLEY.--In South Boston, Gth inst., Margaret Conley, 70 years. Funeral from her late residence, 218 Bowen it., Monday, Hth inst.. at 8.20 a. nil McGANN.--in South Boston, 4th inst., Isabella, beloved daughter of Andrew and Bridget McGann, 7 years 6 months. (Funeral from parents' residenee, 70 Tudor at., Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attenda TONIGHT! EVENINC EXCURSION ON THZ EMPIRE STATE. The Gay Head Indian Welled Crew In their Exhibition of Skill. 1113MT3E3 C:0113MXILUE1 Enjoyable Dancing! Fireworks on the Water! Leaves at 7.30. Returns at 10.15. Fare, 50e. TOMORROW, AWN D AY. Sept. 7-111s, Request. A Broad Blue Ocean Excursion Around Cape Cod to Highland Light. Leaves at 10.30 a. in. Returns at 0.30. Fare, ill. MONDAY, September 8, LAST FISHING TRIP. Moonlight Trips Sunny ana 11Pn lay MIMS. tiFECI4L NoTter g LAST TRIP MONDAY. tiONINIONWEILLTII OF IAMACIIU. SETTS. Suffolk, ss. Probate Court. Ti, the next of kin anti others interested in the estate of Edward Connor, late or Boston, in said county, deceased, greeting: W hereas. Edward J. Jenkins. the admin.. istrator of the estate of said deceased. has made application for a distribution of the limullee in hp, halms among the next of kin of said deceased: You are hereby cited to appear at a Probate Court to be holden at Bostoll . in said county of Suffolk. on the twenty-second day of September. A. D. 1884. at ten o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause. If any you have. wily distrioution should not be mode according to said application. and t he applicant is ordered to serve this citation by publishing I he same once a week, for three successove weeks. in the Boston Daily Globe, a newspaper published at said Boston, the last publication to be two davs, at least. before said court. Witness. John W. Nekini. Esquire, judge of said court. this fourth day of September. in tile year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred anti eighty-four. JOHN PAINE. Assistant-Register. SO 8 15 . F Olt RALEThe best fruit store in Boston; price. LI 50(1; will pay for itself in 15 weeks: no brokers; don't eely tailless you have got cash to buy and mean business. Address C. DAVIDSON. 49 liationond mt., suite 8. s6 F OU, MALEAt a bargain, to close an estate. '2 houses. with 4 lots land ' on Shelburne and Mount Vernon its., near Dorehester ay. JOHN W. SHAW 6: COg 194 Wasbingtos sto room IC 2ts AG - THE GLOBE 5 vOLOCIL THE LEAGUE AT HOME. Annual Convention of Irish Nationalists. The Orcanization Declared to be in an Extremely Satisfactory Condition. Encouraging Statement3 Given by Mr. O'Connor in Ms Address!. DtBLIN. September G.--The annual convention of the Irish National League met in the council chamber this morning, and was presided over by Mr. P. O'Connor. M. P., ol Galway. There was a large nuniner of delegltes present and much enthusiasm was manifested. Mr. O'Connor in addressing the VOTiVentiOn said that the organization was uow in an extremely satisfactory condition. The repurts of the secretary and treasurer, which had been read, allowing that the weekly receipts from Ireland alone were 25 and that 7000 voters had be n added to the registry, were remarkable evidence of the renewed activity which prevailed throughout the country, and he thenght they had good reason to congratulate themselves upon the positio the movement undoubtedly held in the estimation of the people. The election of Patriek Egan to the p esideney of the American League clearly tinlittated that they had the full symuathy of their brethrea in Ameriza. LIBBY MAY RECOVER. The Portland Murderer Does Not Itememe bee the Cireumntonee. of Ills Crime. PORTLAND, Me.. September 6.Thomas J. Libby, who murdered Lydia Snow. is better this morning. Ills mind seems to be clear at times, and he has a chance for recovery. He remembers nothing in regard to the City Hotel tragedy. The funeral of Lydia Snow will take place tomorrow at Pine Point. It is proposed to have the serVJces strictlY private. IRISH AMERICANS FOR CLEVELAND. - A Lyno Democrat Gives H. Views of the Situation There and Elsewhere. LYNN, September 6.--A prominent Democrat of this city upon being interviewed by your correspondent. gave the following as his opinion as to the political situation as follows: "The Democrats are hopeful in the extreme. Undoubtedly there will bo a fusion between them and General Butler's followers on the representatives to the House, and on the candidate for the Senaie,which will ensure tneir election. Butler's candidacy will materially alter the prospects of Cleveland here, though the result here or in Massachusetts cannot affect the final result. Cleveland will win. "The most sanguine Republican will readily concede the defection existing in tile German vote. They are looking to Cleveland. and if Carl Schurz. the ablest Germao lu this country. is an authority, then they will vote for Cleveland. If so. Ohio. swings into the Denlocratic column. Collins great speech in New York has effectually turned the drif of that portion of the Irish vote, which ;as tending towards Blaine. tack to the party that has always fought for and obtained all tile concessions that has ever been made to it. Blaille's connection with the Madigan circular, his Know-nothing editorials in the Kennebec Journal, his indifferent attitude to the appeal of those Irish American citizens unlawfuliv impilsoned in England. facts which are thoroughly well understood, has pretty effectually settled the question as to how tile Irish Amei Mans and Irishmen will vote during the coining election: their vote will be cast for Cleveland. the standard hearer of that great party which has ever and always stood by them." Patrick Eagan's Position in Politics. LINCOLN, Neb., September 6.Patrick Eagan. president of the Irish National League, publishes a card In the State Journal here, in winch he states that, while very desirous of keeping aloof from politics, or expresing an opinion as to the merits of either the presidential candidates. be has been forced by repeAted misstateinents in regard to his position in tile matter to state bis views. He says in his card that under no circumst inces can be support Cleveland. He heartily indorses Blaine, and expres-es his bell,4 that Mrs. Parnell would best meet the wishes of her son, and promote the interests of the Irish people, if she would refrain front mixIng in the present political issue. Another Ancient Negro Yarn. (sew York Times.) ST. MARY'S, Ga., September 5.There lives in this place probably the oldest negro in the woxid. "Daddy" Patrick, an original African, was brought as a slave to the United States from Africa in 1784, being then a young man of about 20. He landed In Charleston, S. C. He belonged to Smith's family. who brought him to th;s (Canaleti) county. The old man is regarded with ereat veneration Iry negroes of the county. and Is brlinfut ot atteedotes of slave-trading days. The Statement of the U. S. Treasurer. WA SHINGTON, September 6.--The statement of the United States treasurer shows gold, silver, United States notes and other funds in the treasury today s follows: Gold coin and bullion. $214,- 856.212 ; silver dollars and bullion, $145,589,222 ; fractional shyer coin $29.595,856; tJ. S. notes C39.953,935: national bang notes $11,471,202 ; deposits with national baiik depositiries $10,990,- 881. Certificates outstandingGold, $90.990.- 150; silver. $04,923,221; currency. 814,645,000. , New Engtand Items. ..A barn, with several tons of hay. owned by William Harrison of North Leominster, was burned to the ground yesterday. Loss. $500: in-timed in the Merrimac Mutual of Andover tor 6300. John Taylor of liennebunk Depot. Me.. was caught and carried over a shaft at the leather-board Intl yesterday. Both arms and three ribs were broken. He was hurt internally, and his recovery is doubtful. Two Curls with Cardboard Breast-Plates. ENow York World.) Maggie and Mary Slinsby, 9 and 10 years old, from Tipperary, Ireland. arrived at Castle Garden yesterday on the steamer Republic. They are going to their parents in Urbana, O. The most noticeable feature about them was an elaborate, heavy cardboard breast-plate on which the name of each girl was neatly printed, evidently by a professional painter. The cards were attached to the body by a profusion Of green ribbons. Clerk Kilroy. who took charge of the children. declared the cardboard breast-pates to be the hightonedest affairs he nail ever seen at the Garden." Even the Bass Cive Their Verdict. A party at Wo Ilboro, N. IL, horn Salmon Fails, on a fishing excursion a few days since. procured boats and guides for a day's trip at Smith pout for bass. Two of the boats contained Blaine and Logan crews; the other was laden with a crew of Cleveland and Hendricks men, who had great luck and returned witti a five-pound catch. The two Blaine and Logan crews returned without a fish. Passing Counterfeit Mone). Richard F. Nolan was arrested this morning by Deputy United States Marshal Enos, for passing a counterfeit standard dollar upon B. W. Cobb of Comtneretat street. lie was arraiened before Commissioner Hallett. anti held m $504) for trial at the present term of the United States Court. The Third Victim of Sunstroke. Miles Kelly, who was prostrated by the heat on Hamden street yesterday, died at the City Hospital this niornlag. He lived at 9S2 Harrison avenue, where lie leaves a widow and nine children. Ills is the third death from sunstroke this week. Local Lines. Nathan Rockwood reports that a wallet and $40 were stolen from Min yesterday. Thomas Foley and James F. Dacey make the prevailing complaint that their watches have been stolen. The room of Mary King. 17 Indiana street, WAS entered by ineans of false keys yesterday and a wallet and i'100 taken. A generous friend has pledged the interest on $20,0u0 annually tu be used as a fund for the aid of students of limited means In I e tunitig department of the New En4land Conservatory of Music. This will pay the tuition of twelve students each year. The department Is open alike to ladies and gentlemen. Connoisseurs enjoy Park's knustY al& ox MARSHFIELD'S ALLEGED DYNAMITER. Hearing in the Come of Henry Tolltlass Charged With Blowing vp A.Dike. PLYMOUTH, September 0.The hearing in the ease of Henry Tolman of Marshfield, charged with blowing up a dike in that town on the 291h of May. was begun in the District Court at Plymouth this morning. Associate Judge Danforth oecupied the bench. Charles S. Davis of Plymouth appeared as counsel for the prosecution and Hosea Kingman of Bridgewater for the defendant. Dr. Stephen Henry. treasurer of the Marshfield Dyke Company. the first witness, testified to the arrest Of Tolman. Charles Russell Hatch. a stage driver, testified to Hie. mg Tolman on the dyke on the evening of May 29. going toward the sluiceway, a tew minutes before the exolosion occurred at that point. Chester V. Kiley. a young lad, testilleti in a similar nuinner. and George J. Peterson. a fanner, testified to seeing Tolman blasting rocks in the early meting. and having conversation with him noon that and a subseltient occasion relative to the nature of the explosive used. believed to be dynamite. Judge Danforth. after bearing the argitmen.ts of coutp,e1 n t. in sides. dee,ded that the prosecution had not shown sufficient evidence to wart ant him in sending the ease to tile grand Jury, and discharged tne prisoner. Tolman is still under gitni Wit for appearance before the grand Jury It) answer to the charge of attempting to blilW up the dyke. MIRROR OF CITY LIFE. A Gleam of Better IlaroFamlly Floats Passing Glimpses. In from the classtc .shades of Cnaprnan and Mtnitgorriery places the police pulled John Cheney last night on charge of vagrancy. He is a large old mu with bright eyes and long hair, and was taken in custody because be had no money to get a respectable room and Was obliged to put up In a lo.iging house. "He has been hanging around for a long time and I see him nearly every day," said Sergeant Lee of station 2. "I don't remember of baying seen you before. Who are you?" The sergeant meutioned has name and then John turned and said ; "Well. well; it has been a long time since I had money enough for a polieemati to speak bp me, ex-cell ing to curse me. When Martin L. White was sergeant I used tit know him and the officers very well, anti many a good Thanksgiving dinner they have had at my expense, but now I haven't money enottell to get a dinner for myself." -Where do you live?" asked the judge. have lived. In Boston for the past fifty years. Last winter I stayed in Lynn most of the tint& When in this city 1 usually stay at the Milliken House." "He was there for awhile." said a policeman , "but he was so dirty that the proprietor turned bitn away." "Yes, and while I was there many and many Is the time that I have seen the policemen come in there on Sundays and drink liquor over the bar. That was a violation of the law and no wthey have battled tile up for the crime of poverty." -He Is a I our, disheartened old fellow," said a cop; "and I have often beard lain wisii Himself dead." "No, no ' you nover heard me say that. I have often sad I would rather die than go to prison, and I had, a tuotn,and times rather. I was in the army all through the war and had a good r, cord, and it is a shame to send me to prisona shame, a shame. This Is the third time they have hail me in here within six mouths. I, think Hwy have persecuted me enough already. It will break my heart to go to tile Islam!. I kilow it will." Tie clerk sentenced bun to four mantns at the house of industry, and he went down the steps moaning bitterly. Family sights. The hardest cases the courts have to deal with are those viliere two women of the same or ad. joining tenements have little petty fiehts and hair-pulling matchea. and take their troubles before the justices for settlement. The provocation and tritury are so small, and the amount of temper displayed Is of such colossal dimensions, that It requires a very judicial mind to get at the real facts. One of these little rows occurred last Thursday afternoon between MN. Mary Moranti us, a light-complexioned co erect lady, and Mrs. Fanny Howard. a dusky white woman, at their homes, 76 Brighton street. Mary. who is tall and lank, was accused ot assaulting her companion, who is shorter and plumper and fairer. "She called me a bad name, such as I never was In by Me and hope I never shall be," said Fanny, "and I called her the same back. At this she hit me a slap across the face and knocked me down stairs, bruising my bead and laming my knee. I will show you the marks on my knee, now." "It isn't at all necessary, madam." A few unruly children, some hot words between their fond parents and a little scuffle resulted in an arrest. for which Mary was sentenced to pay a fine of 85 and costs. Her witnesses and friends gathered around the dock, giving her lots of advice, but no money, as she was about to be taken to the Tombs. "Make your stories short and spicy," said Con. stable Post in a tone of voice that implied be was the city editor of a nowQpa Der. Mary was taken below with the bright tears sparkling on her lace like diamonds set In jet. Passing Glimpses. Judge Tormenter. Half a hundred drunks. Sarah Gordon was sent to the island for six months for night-walklog. James White was tined $15 and costs for stealing $5 worth ot oil. Joseph Roqenburte, on a charge of assaulting his wife. Rachael Rosenbure. was tined one cent and costs, and put under $100 bonds to keep the peace for six mouths. Superior Criminal Court. In the Superior Criminal Court, this morning, James Curran pleaded guilty to larceny. His case was placed on Ole on payment of costs. Mary Hart. common night-walker. was sentenced to six months in the reformatory prison for women. Thomas E. Pearson pleaded guilty to embezzlement. Ills sentence was postponed. The Steamer Twilight. A libel has been Med in the United States District Court.by the Plymouth Rock Steamboat Combany, owners of the steamer Stamford, against the steamer Twilight. to recover damages for loss by coili,ion. Mr. M. M. Bigelow, counsel for the Twilight, wilt immediately file a MSS libel against the Stamford. , Marine Notes. Schooner Mary G. Curran of Provincetown arrived at New Bedford with 310 barrels of sperm oil and 100 barrels humpback. Only six months absent. she was StrtICK by lightning August 30. and split the head of mainmast. She reports August 22. schooner Agate of Province-town wtth 145 barrels of sperm and 180 barrels whale; 23, Quickstep, with 100 sperm and 115 whale. "ROUGH ON CORNS." 15e. Ask for it. Corn-plum cure hard or soft corns warts. bunions. IDNEY The kidneys form a very important channel for the outlet of AL-disease from the system. carrying off ac- cuniulations that the c ompLA1NTs poison e blood. As the lungs re- move the carbonic acid, the liver the binary acid, so the kidneys remove the uric acid. The undue accumulation of this acid is the poison that often produces rheumatism and other chronic diseases. The Kidneys are often affected and cause serious aisease when least suspected. If there is weakness, heat or pain in the back or loins, weariness, nervous restlessness, and any unnatural condition of the urine, a hot, dry skin, hectic flushes, bloating of the body or swelling of the limbs. annoying headaches, obstructed circulation, with sediment or gravelly or albuminous deposits in the secretion from the Moneys; or if that secretion be either extremely pale or high colored, then the kidneys are evidently not doing. their natural work. Many suffer from serious kidney trouble without knowing what ails them. No matter in what form the kidney complaint may exist, there is no better purifying regulating diuretic and tonic than Burdock Blood Bitters; Its action upon the kidneys Is at once manifested, working upon this and all other channels of purification in a prompt awl permanent manner. 11-41. it T H. THOM itai, 5 PrInce st.. BostonHour. CP teas. and a full line of groceries: send for priees; 50c.-blended tea, a specialty; sole agent for Sun itaxall flour. SSus ARE COINS, WANTEDSend six cents In stainps for cpin catalogue. giving dates and prices paid. JOHN C. SCHAVEH, OS Devonshire St., Boston. - Sud3Ot T:! tgc lea"sl!ad.-e' door.), at 11 A. M., or ii to 7 P. M., or 12 Pemberton sq. tiSuSt SO rill0 LETConcord sq., a large house Ingood or11 der. A. P. FRENCH, 8 Congress st. 8Su Av ANTED-A few permanent boarders in a I Pleasant house, S miles out on B. & M. It. B.; 3 minutes to depot; best of references given and required. Address Box 29, Greenwood, Mass. dSipits s6 WANTEDA young mn a with some experience I as entry clerk. Address P. O. box 2217. Boston. SNP' so IV N ,,Ltir;Tal'illijisroni iv.ulari;T:13N1.Z. lY ,t SEM 4 I 150 WEST INSIVTU 0 19 his. glith6V I K N LATEST! For Adaitionai Evening News Se( First Page. TO BE HELD BLAMELESS. Murray, the Marine, Discharged by Judge Pond. No Intent to kill and No Criminal Careless. ness Made Evident at the Hearing. The Object for Which His Orders Were Given a Laudable One. The bearing on the case of Murray, the marine Who accidentally snot Mrs. Butler on Tuesday last. was continued this morning In the East Bos Lou Municipal Court, before Judge Benjamin Murray was called to the witness stand. He matte substantially the same statement as he made yegerday. In addition he said: I had no expe, 'ewe with firearms before tne date of my enlistment, July 17 last, and since that time I have received no special instructions how to discharge my rifle; have heard that ball fired from a rifle might ricochet from the surface of the water if striking it at a certain angle; when witness fired he aimed to strike the water fifty feet beyond the rubber; fired with the butt of the gun at his shoulder ana the left elbow close to his side. so that the muzzle of the gutt Was lower than the butt. Inspector Knox testified that be found in the case neither criminal intent nor criminal careless- - Pesti. Judge Pond then spoke substantially as tamale "This case has already been pretty fully consida ered before the public. I can find no reason for - holding the prisoner. If there had been Intent to kill or of criminal negli gencesuch negligeoce consisting either of carelessness of coliduct, or recklessness of the probable consequences of his ectiou. there might be ground tor a charge of manslaughter against him. But none of the circumstances of the case afford material for such a charge. The nom was a subordinate engagen in the proper discharge of -the orders he had received from his sut;erior officer. These orders were given for a laudable purpose, namely, the protection of governmetit propertya purpose which is espeR cialiy laudable at this time. It is not proper that under these circumstances the prisoner should be held. He discharged his duty when he shot, and no human being could have anticipated such consequences from tile action as really occurred." Murray was then discharged. The man whom Murray fired at has been tile. cov,red. His name is John Caddigan ; he lives at 82 Sumner street, East Boston. He is 75 years of age and slightly feeble-minded. He is not en- gaged in any busiiiess now. being too old; but is accustomed to rew about the harbor a good deal. - It is reported that he denies being inside the limitel when he was fired on. After Murray was discharged, be met for the first time MnButier, the husband of the deceased. Mr. Butier expressed the kindest feeling towards - him and exonerated him from all blame in the Matter. CAUGHT BY A CLERK. How Samuel Kennedy Stole Some Quill and Was Beaten In a Foot Kaye. One of the occupants of the cells in Station 4 today Is a Man who claims to be Samuel Kennedy of Cambridge, who Is under arrest for larceny. He was passing through Chutney street this afternoon when he espied a bundle of quilts valued at $15 on the sidewalk In front of Farley, Harvey & Co.'s, 61 to 67. After looking around to see If any one was watching, he picked Up she bundle aud carried it into an entryway, where hirwrapnedi the goods Up in a piece of paper A clerk in the store, who saw him take the bundle, waited until he came from the mit When be followed him up Chauney Avon street, and thence into the Mechanics' Association but ding. When Kennedy reached the first landing he saw the clerk following. and Immedhstely dropped the bund,e and ran down the stairs leading into Bedford street, with We cleric after him. After a short chase through that street the clerk caught him and afterwards turned him over to Patrolman Nay or Division 4. The police have been looking for him for the past month, as he stole about MO worth of dry goods in the same manner from Kimball & Co., corner Harrison avenue and Exeter place. CAUSE, A BROKEN REIN. - Serious Rnnawi Accident a Coach Behind Frightened Horses. J.Charles Shields was at noon today driving the coach running between Chelsea ferry and Mal. den. Just as be reached the railroad crossing on Everett avenue one of the reins broke. On jumping off the coach to stop the horses be fell, both wheels passing over him. The frightened horses continued along the road at a break. neck pace, carrying along with them live inside passengers. A little further on one of the passengers, Mrs. L. D. Witisor, became frightened and Jumped out, cutting the back of her head severely. She was borne away in a senseless condition. When last seen the horses were rushing on with the remainder of the passengers in the coach. 01 - these news has not yet been received. Shields was picked up in a dazed condition by a passing team and carried to tne office of the chief of police. Doctors Walker and Putnam found no injuries worse than bad bruises on variOtis p rts of the body. There ts a large hole in the road near the cross. - lug where the runaway began. and it is a woader that the coach was not overturned there. PHILADELPHIA FIREMEN. Visiting Volunteers Received by 200 Mem bees or the New "regolx Association NEW YORK. Setitember 13.The assoclatiOn 01 volunteer firemen of Philadelphia arrived at the Grand Central depot this morning, and was received by 200 members of the New York Association of Volunteers. beaded by ex-Chief Engineer John Decker. The visitors were escorted down Filth avenue to Twenty-third street, thence down Broadway to Eighth street. where the headquarters of the New York Association are located. Crowds of people lined the sidewalks alone the route as the old volunteers passed along, headed by two mass bands. A banquet was served in the large hall at the headquarters, and a jolly time prevailed for over two hours. They will return to Philadelphia on the 5.30 train this afternoon, Catamaran Sweepstakes Race. NEW YORK, September 0.Arrangements have been snade for a catamaran sweepstakes race. to take place on Thursday, September 18, which promises to be the most Interesting for this class of boats yet sailed in these waters. The course over which the boats will sail will be from off the Communipaw dock, around the South. west spit buoy ana return, a distance of thirty-five nilies. Tbe following catamarans have entered: Tile Duplex, owned by Commodore Longstreet of the New Jersey Yacht Chili; the Cyclone and Jessie, owned by Mr. Fred Hughes; the Hermis, owned by Mr. Thomas Fearful of Yonkers, N. Y., and the Rocket, owned by Mr. llumplireys of Noank. Conn. The Nightmare, owned by Dr. Weed of New York, may also start. Mr. Sawyer will act as stakeholder. A steamboat has been eneauea to accompany the boats, on which accommodation will be provided for the comfort and refreshment of the guests. The judges have not yet been named. - Both Parties Claim They Won. BENNINGTON, Vt., September 6.Election mat ters in this county grow interesting. Errors am claimed in the returns from Stamford, Peru and Bennington. The Itepublican county papers eland Robinson's defeat for sheriff by 10 votes, whild the Democratic organ insists that McCall. Repub lican, is defeated by 6 votes. It Is also rumored that recounts will be had. and that the election tot sheriff will be contested. The Vermont statutes do not provide for recanvasses on county . ickets. Successful Raid on a Money Drawer. About IA o'clock this morning two young Tel. lows went into the store of H. H. Littlefield. 771 Washington street. While the clerk was bus showing some goods to one of them in the rear ol the store the other rifled the money drawer, taking $100 in bills. Both made their escape. Mrs. Harlan's RemaIns Taken to Washing ton. FORTRESS MoNnoE, Va., September 6.--Th4 secretary of war, accompanied by Mrs. Line It and Judge Harlan, left here at 7 o'clock Oil morning by rail for Washington. with the remains of Mrs. Harlan who died here on Thursday night. They will reach Washington about 4 o'clock this aftermion. The Eastern railroad will run excursion tratne from all the adjointna places to Salem on SoZ tember 10 to accommodate those Who WW1 W IP tend the Easel Min demonstratioas N, 0

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