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4 , , , ' . , Wimeniilt.,, ' '''' , ,,,-- , . ' . 4 I 1 'S f') 1 i s 4 i ttt THE BOSTON DAILY GLOBE --WEDNESDAY, MAY 29 ...,8 . , , .,..,----............. , dm ,.....""""".."1 i ' i N 1 ,, S P -- '---- 1 ------------T-------- 1 enth mon, to wont in ono or more newt. I Protestants Is SAM tO be on foot again IS I in Ej ' membershin represent atives of nearly 40 of A BRILLIANT. BOARD 1 iThrruidasaylearrknooChno;rch. Bowdoirt cuare on . , the t-horal societtes that particluated in the ,. , t 13 ostrin p, a 1 I i 1 a 1 I h Ireland, and atrot n as prat ICA V t newts a t e South wth such Intent as is 61 bt I B ' b t il d- THE NENFRANCHISED. p.ate inbilee of 1Sch. Mani stordications - , ......., ' mined it when confronted with the charge., for admission to this chorus were neces, - I Pr41glined t4r Mr' I" EDIvnt Dt - DL RY4 they 1 But political action no longer dehende 'aril)" rejected on account Of the impose'. SOUTH AND INDIAN MISSIONS. 1 ': IVEI)NMDAT, NAY 29. B3311"nal der themselves advised herewith . , to keen L., , z...,......,n I touch en religious creed. BaLrorn would their lorPlUS funds on deposit at i vrobably bod that Protestants in these Catholics New England Suffragists bility of accomod g atin more singer& SHOWN TO COSY QUARTERS. Ladies' Night of the Univen New roltarian Impulso in New England .4114-,4:-..m.- - r 1 I di i borne for a while tenger. The way they ore days are as unmana as s Annual Neetang of the American t0,1';'.' I under oPpression- at Tileionaon salist Club . , . rePorted to have gone to work hi clouth Car- visitors from Par mid Noar Who Have Association- . .00 ' ' 4 ,1610 ' t ' A .54,1 Mt: ...oil, let" 0 I Win be found not to work at IL Tb6 I . Iteatatorod at Hotels. .., , The annual meeting of the American Uni- Ilk 1- r. -r ' 1 r--(1"irornor Robinson and Mrs. Robinson - . ' . ,, -------, r. I 2 tarian Association opened yesterday; in Tre- I The meeting of Citizen GROVES CLEVIL- - - -- - ' VIlt i ' I 4 goston 6Iobt April Figures. The avcrage circulation of TIIE BOSTON DAILY GLOM: for the month of April, 1889, was 140,785 The average circulation of TIM LOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE for the month of April, 1889, was 128,439 THE GLOBE-has the largeld circulation in .2Veut ,England. . L SUBSCRIPTION RATE& Tog Darts 011,085-011111 aopy. poi MOM", 0 ionic pos rear. 1400. Prostass prepaid. Irma 611:11111A V 011.4)116-S7 PAO per Piet. footage prepaid. Tan arstatv Otago-41r autit, $1.00 lag rut. Postage propel& Mg GLOSS SIWIPAPB111 CO" 1142 Wishiastai Itrool.... .... ...... . Lettered at tho toot 011101. kosion, Mass.. ammo ad slaw asatiot. PRESIDENTIAL POSSIBILITIES. Mr. (.1i.av eta en said aome good things in Iiis speech at the banquet at New York. and the utmost enthusiasm prevailed when be said them. It would be a mistake. bow. over, to argue from the things that be is certain to be the nett Democratic candidate for the presidency. There are many Democrats whosd Democracy is just as good. and the utterance of Democratic aentimente always arouses enthusiaam in any assemblage of Democrata. Moreover. much of the enthusiasm which greeted Mr. CLIEVEILAND On this occasion was doubtless reminiscent; inspire(' by recollections of his past doings rather than anticipations of Ins pmaible future career. And pot, when all is 'said and done. it intuiting that Mr. CLEVELAN o is today a presidential possibility, conceded to be such even by Democrets not friendly to him. Were the convention to be held this week or this year there could be no doubt of the result. But I8e2 is yet a long way off. and a new leader may appea l. before that time. When tim(Yinu) had been nresident as long as 11,titaisox now hag been Geovnit Ci.svgIANn was a private citizen of Buffalo. unknown ontsde of his own county; and the wildest imagination could hardly have supposed tnat be would ever be mentioned as a presidential candidate. And yet at the very nett presidential election he was Chosen by the suttragen of millions of hie countrymen to he president of the United titates. It may to that the next president is today working away in -some obscure office unknown as yet to lame. f tIOMNO FOR FOREIGN MARKETS. , It is amusing to see tho steel heroes start-lug up all around and boasting of how many meet rails we can export at a profit, now that they see prices rising in England and falling at home. Hitherto these home market croakers have been telling us that America had all she could do to supply her own market. The Milne men who only a few months ago treated foreign markets with contempt, are LOW scrambling to secure them. , The home market croakers have always concealed the fact that other countries are progressing as well as America. Immense railroad projects are being carried forward in China. India and South America, and England, with her carrying facilities and liberal commercial policy. is getting the trade. Our narrow policy has soured these countries eintinst the United States, and we must undergo a deal of penance before we regain their trade and confidence. Those of the people who are still deceived will probably learn some things in the coming three years of IlAneisoN'e high protection reign that will convince them bow utterly they baits been hoodwinked by the pretensions of an insincere ring of self-convicted sophists. STRIKES IN THE OLD WORLD. The cable brought two labor items from Berman Y yesterday. both of which were in-Wresting reading for Americans. The first was to the effect bat the German government had forbidden all meetings of the strikers, and had confiscated the money that had been raised for their sup. port of course this was a high-handed outrage. but the authorities over there are not all tine-sided. At the same time a street railway company was fined SAN for failing to run care notwitlistandinx the strike and was threatened with the forfeiture of Its charter if it did not at once mane such terms with its men as to enable it to resume its work of accommollating the public. It Booms SG though, in Koine atom Ainerioan wun!cipalities might learn some- 1 ttOuit from Germany. If a railroad corn-puny of any ,ciart fails to run can because it will not Pay the price labor demands there is as much cause for taking away the char-Newts as in any other country. tbat D tate gh to conve 1 , le i - - ohne will be found tot to work at AIL Vie - r . I . . . . . . . . . ' . . . . . . . '.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . '.. 4 .:1). ' ' ' ' 411 Of . . i7 , I . i April. Figures. The Meeting oof Citizen Gnovea Cesv a- gent of a new party is not to be picked out , LAND end Governor Deem B. Bret, ritnhe - , Ex-Governor Robinson and Mrs. Robinson , Speeches by Ex Governor Robinson and mon y I tariatn Aessociation opened yesterday; in Tre- .. mete. George S. Hale presiding. . -' 's l - ', t' ' I I ' t Of ravelling. Tles bare norirestiom of Masts- Fifth Avenue Hotel banquet, was an ex- The treasurer's statement wu then rue. , , , .1 1. ,,--------- t te ebusetts Republicans Martine a party Reports ?resented . of tte Fropaganda ocRocvcmopoeprieoroccb000llikeerdoantrure Itecmoolantr of Frefessor ?open. o z , , .- Brooklyn, N. Y.. are at the Vendome tor a as follows: Receiput during the year r . Sine I b s010,- - p BOS lb, cellent mitadon of stnct and formal , ...Woo. , 1 .!: The average circulation of TI t L South Carolina witbout ever baying set eyes eentteaY between two gentlemen' '''' 12 Siz States. - ' few days. e , 933.73: expeeses. 1174.831.97. 1 , - . s , , , ' 1 ; T ON' AILY GLOBE- : ot. S is enoune a Fun- Jetre firxrurets o antic e, Penn , - Georee E. Woodbead is an Enelish visitor " The sixty-fourth a nnual report of the :- ' , ;I ed ) board of tweeters of the association wall eliell -------Les., 1 ' f N ' k P ' at Youngne Ho registered from the Isle of Education as the Basis . of Illental and read by Rev. Grindall Reynolds. secretary. 'lain e O4e I Vk I .. for the month of April, 1889, day meetip g ola &Atm Common With went out after "wet goods" and was found Man. - s , .. ! The report gays: "We thankfully record en . i 1 ,, -. , . et, 4 Wan ' , laughter. . In bed next rationing dead (drunk His Officers Chosen for Another Year of . . , ,I . that the bequests of the Year have been un- . usually large. enconraging us eo go forward -!- ..-..s.- i ,, ! li , . , friends made haate to bare him. but be Work ' L E.R. Reynolds and family of New York are stopping at the Parker House - ' , ''' Moral Development . - ' 1 with undiminished activity. , . urn DEMOCRACY. kicked on the way to the grave and bad to ' . , 140,785 ., be uneoffined. He is only one of several ers are g-ueste at tbe United States Hate. - . ', , Captain Anson end his Chicago ball toss- it, an..... nee en The Universalist Club celebrated "ladles' eAt no time in the history of the church t i ee ' ne -en. i sloPPilg. the Pent rifted' 'which we erre vktitas of late who do not propose to be The second convention of the New Eng- worerskoolothde acniirscahtiesetatecitioerierni ! 1 , ' ; e ' The average circulation of TIIE fess is tot within euch harrow lines that caught net:tying . land Woman 's Suffrage Association was W. H. Barstow . Lorannie. with a brilliant and select company. A re - 8 WI . . . ... Young's Hotel-John D. bob, r iN,Bilattialim. M.,Ner: night" at the Hotel Vendome last evening has the as witnm the past tew yearn' , , I Iteporof the woments's auxare confer- . LOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE, obedient with the e does not permit us tomove abreast held yesterday afternoon in the Meionaon , Ris aellwe tsteceNner, NOrgens . LA. S. D . Atwood , Ilielsoterrit tomes up smiling in the last Mrs. Lucy Stone presiding. . . toeuse-Walter Alien Nev Bed between and 6 o'clock and a sumptuous ence were then read by Mrs- Andrews ' for e month of April, 1889 adcanced thought of the country the ' and to meet and test every question and op rounds of the ilaytiati slugging match and The first business was the presentation of ' ception in the spacious parlors occurred . results . . ford: Upton D. White, Washington ; H. D. me followed.' The company numbered winch were very interesting, and showed ? Parker Ho S. . - 5 . Lec ete m le reported to be very groggy. It reports from the various New England , emithettetroit: E. A. Follansbee. Los An Boe 500 gentlemen and ladies. that they were making rapid strides in their . t was Ply PrineiPle to event situolion--tTresident matters little who gets the stakes in this States belonging to the association Those gales. Cal.; D. W. Morehouse elation fa now 21 years oldand has there- for xeu ommitte Brookiyn. le Are not alone their "mothers' delights.4 ' 1 128,43 CLEVELAND," speech . barbarous affair provided t is soon brought from Maine ew Hampshire and V ermont Treon Huse-H. C Pernum New Y m t ork: Mr. a ond a. SaMtle A. somons. tt - Endicott presided ti, - 11irrife.f addres,ses were given by Rev. Mn EVERY ONE is charmed with childre4 . et Lowell ' Rev Arthur M. Knante , le an end. were react by Henry B. Blackwell. . Lido, N. Yes J. V. MoNamarae Troy, N. Y.: Dudley. vice-president: IL B. Earber. trees- 1.01110nwithn::nrsr.aYmot Mairsame.of Wisconsin; oneseorgele Rich- ardsces. . . . . , , becomingly attired. " i 9 roue Democrece, stanch in, its adhesion ' !, , Rev. Henry Blanchard. president of the eine H. A, Whittng anti Miss Whiting. W il urer George - ; ein Wise secretary and . ; The tatter speaker gaye a grapnic eescrip- tion of the work done in Japan. Today we offer a new lot of b I T '1 f to fundamental doctrine. is at the some The New England Woman Safrage Asso- - Mr .1 - ' n r gersitlireM e re Directors A. C. Masury, Charles E. Legg A euccess simply wonderful seems to have TENNIS BLAZERS, the pretties' - ; HE 0 oBE has e me a pepr een progre L th ti. in eese. ssiv It re ere.'-. ognizes our growth, and erpansion and the lore "attained its tortiorite." but it isn't the Maine Woman Suffrage Associationat its o N. H. potted the ective ce th wBos.lito, n. Tevern.-11. s. Geaham. Cncord. N II J W. Reynolds, IS inchester: B. W. dBN.1 h II ftle tub. an . . o uson a 0 1 c attended Mr. Knapp's labors. All doors , things you ever saw, suitable f cte. 300 STRICTLY ALI4 or ageol SAILOR SUITS f TODAY also( 1 i ?argent circulation in .2Veut kind of majonte the members have been application to the Legislature for the grant a In the afternoon directors were chosen s birth of new thought and sentiment.-II rest- of municipal suffrage was re ected the Syracuse. N I were Ex Governor George D. . . : Robinson . i mon. Montreal; H. J.. Totingham, Amoug the guests seated at the first table seem to have be,enlopened to him. follows: 22 to ra---price $3.50. We have 2 ' ' 1 England. ltin for g f vote standing in the House 42 in oi.-. ond ss Rout, Colonel Thomas Hi ooneomas . gginson , Hon . George or , dent CLZVELAND'S Speedo loo , t ' s True Democracy honestly advocates no- , Bunker Hill Monument Associa ' ,-; The tion New ZThe Thealrndand: ke MaM x Rut aAlexander Mi Eileen, President, George S. Hale, Boston ; vice 4. Marden, Professor Capon of Tufts Con president. George William Curtis, Staten favor and VO &caftan the measure. lie ch. wage, r. and ra, . en. or M M W A. All Port- d seem to be making itself menu '- said that womau suffrage was at that . , , Hanel broth woul erhood.-fPresident CLETE. time oebated in the Legislature for or the Janet Me.: Mr. and Mrs. L. Grenhch, lege, Rev. J. M. Pullman of Lynn. Hon. Ed- Island. Dayton. O. ward B. Drew of West Newton. Rev. George . N. aen y.: Geerge O. ShattuckeBesten; at 95 secretary. li Grindell Reynolds oncord ; WOO , CL SUITS, two ( ages 4 pieces le , ci- ...:'..... . -........--.........;---- mentally ridiculous. Burt assistant secretary, Georee W. Fox, Boston: ' 11. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. LAND'S speech, , first time. B H D ills had been brought for- Adams Honse.-C. A. Cushing'. Portland, H. Emerson. D. D.. and A. W. Strauss of treasurer, Thomas N. Hart. Boston; direct- I3), at $2.87, and ONE HUNDRELA , ward many years ago. and hearings had Mee . . AV. . New York E B Dil : . . - i oURN.lo.0 True 'democracy insists upoa that eqvce- The Irish tenants of late seem to have been granted but the bills were defeated eneham. Miss Dillingham, Hartford, Conn Boston. Rev. T. J. Swayer of Tufts College. ors for three years Albert L. Calder. Preen MORE of our famous COMBINA4 ' i tsere os 1)4" 01,049-44 'ePPY Per atee h. " ity liefore the law which concedes I; pee year, 14.00 . Postage prepaid . the care taken quite extensively to scalding evicting without debate. This year there was earnest George S. Rogers. Greenfi H. L. Holmes President eld. of the Rhode deuce Thomas Gailield. Boston Rev. ' ; , and protection of the government o simple anlors and assistants. It should . Bferd. ; v. la, l , y l discussion -G in the House. Exo e rnor Robe American House-H. hi Hubbard. Kansas Island Universalist Club - , rooke Jr Boston lddd n Ruseell, Weston: ' Rev. JoRehn Charles TION SUIT, three pieces and ca Snyder. St for $ioect t took the lead. and ed b - C - NV A E Albany, N. Y.: C. e t , . . VMS. . ' Tee fltsteite Otoss-By nimli alms POP year. manhood be remembered that this practice is goner- was ably second Y it M c After-dinner exercises Were opened With Louis: Professor James B. Thayer, Cam- several gentlemen- F. Spear. Woburn : T. W. Hall, Binghamp. ot s - . t teenage prepaid. . and citizenship. - (President all ' 1 7 applied on y to hogs. Mare ti. Elie corresponding secretary of ton, N. Y.: Cyrus Taylor. Bristol. N. H. singing by the Columbus Avenue Quartet. brine. The boys' department is deserved', 1 gee Weenie Otess-By walk $1,04) eett year, CLEVELAND'e speech. -- the Woman Suffrage Association for Crawford House-Dr. Lull, Berkeley, Col. ; President Endicott made a short address of The fourth a P annual re ort of the commis- ult sion testss prepaid. True Democracy does not favor the mut- The New England Woman Suffrage Asso- The teranite State. A. G. Moulton. Fort Scott Kan.: J. D. welcome. Rev. J. 'AL Pullman, D. 11,, of on pop ar, no alone on a ccount o f ou Hilliard. I; . R. Bentley, Bun L 'd U should not Lynn said that Universalism s o Educational low prices, but for the quality an Southern anti Indian d eational p , , ' lig Gaon. Slettraleat Celt tiplication of officers and salaries merely to melon haying reached the age of 21, is no reported that another petititth for minion rovincetown J fain ei. y . 1 141 Wackiertee eagle.. .... . ...... . . smsellostou . partisans, nor use the promite and longer in the minorite period. and is en- pal suffrage is now in circulation which will The Vendome-Alexander Shepard. tend to narrowness or exclusiveness. Uni- work was presented by General MarshalL strength of the garments we make k Make Entered st flu test Oates. aestos, Masse ea see , . titled to the ballot and full rights of citizen- go the Leorislatttre in dune. Our indefati- Charles P. Beard, Buffalo, N. 'Y.; D. A. versalism was persistence in moral force. The schools which have been recommended children's wear. . l tele amiss mattet. bestow place for the purpose of stifling al of shiti generally. The shingle of conserve- gable president she said has by her own Waterman. Detroit, Mich.: nVilliam C. the underlying power of every creed and in the Southern work are the Hampton the th press and bribing the people tism still refuses to go over e dam4 but unaided effort obtained 1100 signatu res to Ward, Philadelphia; Mn an I d 1 rs. James Forrest. Halifax, Tappan, upon which organization and progr m ess ust Normal Agricultural Industrial. the Tus- kegee Normal School in Alabama. Miss P. G. W. SIMMONS & Co a 1 PRESIDENTIAL POSSIBILITIES. dent CLelottND e's speech. True Dernocra( y seeks to lighten the bur- the inevitable is near at band . it in Keene, and from reports which have Rochester. come to us from other quarters we believe The Brunswick-C. A. Endicott. Detroit; depend. o D. R W Wmed S' Chamberlain's school at Palatka, and the 3a to 44 North Street, B osto ., - , Mr. CLILVELApro said some good things in It is noeless to try to thrash the wild oats this will be a much larger petition than has Miss Davies Fish kill. N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs . peras o binson as elco M. I. G. Harlisson's white school at High- ., Isis speech at the banquet at New York and den of life in every home. and to take from - - - eat on boys after they have been sown. , ,f been presented heretofore. Amos R. Little. Philadelphia. with the heartiest applause. He said lands N. C. The commission are also p .-fPresi r substitute for parental duty Vermont Woman Suffrage Asiocias thony Provide lay- Revere House-Joeeph AlteteNewark. N. Some editor bad asked, "What's the matter orably impressed with the colored Indus- said them It would be a mistake bow lowest ' the citizen for the cost of oorernment the anyway, is a Lb. utmost enthusiasm prevailed when be - s - - e and the thrashing process. ' Laura Moore secretary of the J.: G. H. Bailey. Syracuse, N. Y.; E. E. An- with the pulpit?" The trouble was due to trial School at Kittrells, N. C. . , . west possible tributetient CLEvis- oo. n It IBGel Her . Providence . . . . .Jayne those who occupied the pews. Church ad- The Montana Industrial school. the only educational and missionary work of the ' ,,....,11 ever. to argue from the 0 things that he is LAYD's speech. . n . Hen. MOSIlfa. Col. one thin mor , United States Hotel-Mr. and Mrs. AV., M. ministration had much to do w ith the sue- Unitarians among the Indians. enters upon CAMBRIDCE. certain to be the next Democratic candidate -- , a ei - Mill fello - c Liz We know That we have espoused the cause of riglit c i "IR A and justice. We know that we have not permitted reported that during the Past year the spe- cial line of legislative work has been, like Warren, Marlboro; J. N, manning. Thomas cess of the puleit. Ile -referred to the old its fourth year free from debt andgenerally , ' wise and fru al government which shall F. Somers, New Y ork; la R. Henry, In - a farm boy when the times when he wa l . well equipped torus good work. The work- for the presidency. There are mane Dem- g g - duty to country to wait upon expediency. We know that of other State associatious. to secure dianapolis. The Cambridge Aldermen granted si et shop is completed. The school le located . ' I family attended divine service eundite . t octets who Democracy is just as restrain men from injuring one another- that we have not traMcked our principles for sac- suffrage for women in municipal elections , morning. noon and night. The weather on the Big Horn river, seven miles from class licenses to J. AV. Wilcomb druggist al , cells. We know that we bave not deceived the peo- Custer stetion on the Northern P 152 Harvard street and John F Ca acific rail- o is end petitions were circulated. and T this WILL. TEACH THE WORD ne . ver interfered And now he he wondered if . hill,' t good and the utterance of Democratic shall leave them otherwise free to regulate pie with false promises and pretences; and we know O road. e eipts The school has now 32 pupils. . the present generation waS as good uch tie that Cambridge street. The Mayor was authors ttani:mints always arouses nthusiasm In ther own puruits of indstry and tin th that we have not corrupted nor betrayed e poor the efficient help f o esteemed friends, H. B. Blackwelo ur l of Boston. Meeting of A - merman College and of a ()Harter of a century ago. The chr Tb total cash contributions and rec ' 1 ch. Who shall say that should be the spiritual home. around which for the establishment and sumsort of the ized to dra hi w s warrant on the cit y treasi Professor W. H. Carruth of Kansas ie urer for 537 in favor of J. B. Badireet h , Educational. neeety. school from July 1. 188te to MAY 1. 188 . ' t 001 aseembiage of Democrats. Moreover. provement-an.d shall not take from the with the money of the ri these things promise no reward, and that triumph and Colonel Albert Clark of Rutland. Vt.. i should cluster the love of children for their Is 1 d f la d I h it since ue or t e Intro uction o eatieg touch of tbe enthusiasm which greeted Mr. mouth of labor the bread it has earned. sall not follow the enlightened judgment and sober was generously contributed to place before The annual meeting of the American Con parents; the home where the family were $23.522. - i CLEVELAND on this occasion was doubtless rhis is the sum of good government.- seconct thought of our COuntrymen?-GatiVait the Legislature the merits of the mum lege and Educational Society was held yes- all turn beyond all worldly things. Rev. Mr. Tiffany and Rev. Mr. Hornbrook. Sand. ventilating system into the Peateele reminiscent k 1 th th I re b se ,ects chool. In joint convention a hearing was - He (the speaker) hoped yet to live to see the en e et wig ' on ' e 0 -140111 kr ; inspirer by recollections of his THOMAS JEFFERSON. ethrttago's Speech before the Young Men Dem- Brave and able advocace of tile Ineittillre terday at the Congregational House. The Rev. M. J. Savage then held given upon the petition asking tor s was also given by Messrs. Marsh, Ballard. dee when some di the old religious fashions appropriation towards completing the se ANOTHER AMERICAN IN BRONZE (mettle Club of New York. treasurer's report showed as follows: would come back to the present generation. The Closest Attention Mann and other members of the House of diers' monumeut. Rev. Alexander McKim 1 past doings rather than anticipations of his possible future careers . ' . s It, .ec No Repreaentatives The Houe defeated the eiPts from donations $19484 69 much as the old clothes of the grandfather wonder the HENRY GEoltos idea municipal suffrage bill by vote of 192 t038. '''gaeles 3,eo tet are welcomed by youthful- scions. There die e for over half an hour fine zie Dr. H. O. Marmot,. Dr. Clara, Sanford of the au nc , de ... -.. ,., li I el.FB P' litulleY. :senator Ines ey an .. tut In Income scholarship tund 634 5 should be a tendency toward a general feel ing the Unitarian religion. - And yet When all is said and done. it re- HORACE GREELEY IS at last to be effigied flourishes in Dakota. There's oceans of Sire. Louise Itif. 'I' yler lips spoke in favor of tem project. D. tie , Total -- ino of sympathy based on renown. and less $29,605 74 - - - he re ort of the truetees of the hu h 'r 1;1 church Buckley. editor of the Cambridge New i Mains that Mr. Cenvetnx n is today a ores'. in brow, and thus be perpetuated in the land and not much else worth taxing. State organizer of leagues in Rhode Island. Donation for colleges 61,430 Si exhibition by example to allow that people loan fund showed that 27 churches he'll re- opposed the work, in so far as it was to t , , 1 Menial Peon bildieconceded to be ouch even sight at well as the memory of future gen read the report for that State - , which set practice what they profess. Nothing was . eelved the benefit of the fund. These are completed by the Cobb Brothers. The he 1 by Democrats not friendly to him. Were erationc Ills monument is to be set up in Tom WALLER of Connecticut is mentioned forth the fact that great activity had been Total $01.042 05 gained by attacking another mans church. tug was closed without any action. Balance ou hand II an Apr 30, 1883 , 4, 688 09 With such men and women as those of the scattered widely over the whole country. as Chairman BAnNten's possible successor. manifested on the sub.:ect of woman -- tfeiversaiist Ciub there could be no doubt The whole amount of the fund now stands the convention to be held this week or this New York. the city in which he performed Might go farther and fare worse. Total 595,729 04 MARINE NEWS. I; sufferage during the poet year. The in the truition of their work. $48.140. During the year it has received in year there could be no doubt of the result the work of his life, and which he genet- -- Payments- 1 gifts $4982. ' ' State organizer has been very euccessful. Appropriations to students . 22,7(35 00 : . q But Ise2 is yet a long way off. and a new ously helped to enrich with his well ANDREW' CARNEGIE is now boasting that 21 leagues having been formed since last Donations to colleges 01,436 SI Professor Capper of Tufts Said The president. George S. Hale spoke at Arrived Tuesday. l 6,284 22 The college is an index of the height of the evening session of the dead of the year Ste the price of steel rails has so risen in Eng- July. Sixty pubic. and peeler meetings Expenses arm4 Ponobscot In ah B s. , gram, ango,r md leader maY appeal. before that time. Oben deserved reputation. The bare mention of , --- the religious sentiment as exhipited in the -James Freeman Clarke, who won the con- and passengers, Calvin Austin; Star f the Las I land on account of the brisk demand in her have been held dueng this time, and 1z7 Amities bad been president as leng as the circumstance of a memorial in his ' ' league meetings, wher e the study of politics Total 90,485 ZS fi. , Baker , Bath , noise and pasengers Cheri . s. e The fact there were so many ores dence and love of all Miss Abide May church . t - markets. that we can export rails to England and suffrage has been taken up. Bahtnce on hand Apri E l 30, 1889 6,243 61 Frederick N. Knapp and Charles Henry Hyde; George A. Chafee, Proctor, Gloucester; Tre. ' . IlAtteisox now has been (Moven Ceseire honor has provoked fresh estimates of his at a profit and rescue our falling market In January . he Providence leaeue decided Gmnd total ent who received their education in Tuft, ee , heelock. mem, Donovan, Portland, netse. and passengers, . ; "LAND Wail a private citizen of Buffalo. tin. cbaracter and career from sundry quarterti. Then high protection America has already to form a ward and city coMmittee of $915.729 " undoubtedly explained their zeal in the Rey. W. W. Fenn of Pittsfield made an Charlea I. Williams; State of eisine, Hilyard, it The secretary's report showed that dun John, N. B., via Eastpor i t and Portland. swiss aud ' 4 knOWn Mita de of his own county; and the Some of them are intelligent and just, and become the tail of free trade England's kite, women to look after the school interests f their religion The professor re. able address on the needs of Unitarianism cause o . , ing the past year the society bad aided 186 N E I d passengere, William H. Si Jbs,. , ana try to have a larger representation of ferred to a statement recently made to him In ew ng en b ' , Wildest imagination could hardly have sup- others are not, but all are interesting read- has it? Go to, ye Home Market windbagsl women on the school board at the Aeril young men in nine theolegical seminaries Rey. Arthur Knapp said that one in a szitt. Awrginis. Bernard, Philadelphia; C. M. Wine , , Y a arvar pro essor. w o c fume b H d I h 1 d that to .1 g barges, Lizzie H.. Wing, and Josty , and ilo in 2i3 colleees. l'he number of thousand of the Japanese has heard of line - . Polled that be wont(' oiver be mentioned as ma as revelations of the wide differences to eiection. Their work resulted in the elec. the great families that bad been preserved Baker, Webber, lie You Veiling men in seminaries . has increased , tarianism, and one in a hundred thousand Tug Argus. Bernawrd. Phitadelphia. - Man'S inhumanity to man makes count- tion of two more women, Mrs. Anne E. through generations were those whose sone .' i . a presidential candidate, And yet at the be encountered in the conceptions that are less thousands mourn, but woman's in- Aldrich and Nliss Osgood. The association from lee last year to 180 ; In colleges de- nows what it is. He outlined the plaue to Schooners. Pavilion, Jontison Machias, lumber; very next presidentiaL election of each generation had been educated in k creased one: 92 graduated to the ministry be used in propagating tbe faith 'the fi Fallsie Srah F rst Lillian, Ryan, Penobscot, brick; Marcia Batley',1 4 he was entertained of men of extended repute humanity to woman when she is jealous s . , has petitioned for legislation concerning Harvard. Education was the secret o sue- . . . and 91 died; the net gain of churches Ed h t f Cole, Columbia h.; a li d M b ' - y e, urp y, . the personal property of married It Merl cess and ' povrer-not in any sense in the principle is to term at the top by infiu- , chosen by the suffrages of millions of hit after years have added to their real charac- makes countless thousands smile Ina as dying intestate. that the husband may no was 12'7. aristocratic Jim), but in mental deveiop- encing the women; secona . to send out Port Morton, N. S., lobsters; Rothe (Bre, Hamegl ton, St. J B ohu. N. 13 l., J lumber; Wooer& A (Br.), Mo.: ! - broad as It is long. longer administer on the 'wile's estate went. through which all moral force and practical energetic mtssionaries, who can P . countrymen to be president of the Culted tor the always needed perspective. QUEENING IT IN MAY. Kiel. St. John, N. ., umber; udith nn, Lawry. , . "without acsountability." The judiciary intellectual work must conic Upon the adapt themselves to the conditions and pro- Northeast Harbor, N. 8.; Amherst (Br.), Norns.i , btatel. Mr. GagELler was at once both JOUrtittlist Tr Committee. this petition. rec. farming people , and front amen g the young mote seem'. reforms Advocate Harbor 8 lumber . N. , ; Itit Todd Bch (. , . Ilt GLOBE'S religious canvass last Sun- which heard ominended it to the favorable consideration Yount Folk of the Ebenezer Baptist hey. Mr. Sillier of Providence also spoke. smith, Advocate harbor N e S., lumber; E. Norris .. It may no that the next president is today and editor yet it was chiefly in the former men of the workshop the church must in a g 1 day has naturally attracted widespread of the House. The association has also sue- Church Charm Their Friends. great measure depend. notwithstanding the Rev. Charles W. Wendte of California. nh 'er N si 11in Risk Br) ' Pi rilYaAnn, Llitlicel:trg Bear " :p P ' 1 - t "' t hen N. S. Rang; he 0 (...Davit, ' ' working away in ,sones obscure office uu- capacity that he achieved his acknowledged attention. According to this authentic can- ceeded in raising the age of consont in this Inclination in some quarters to despise and gave a descripton of the outlook of the Davis, Lockport. 2 Ann Parker 4: S., lobsters. ' en, known as yet to fame. fame. lie excelled far more as a running Vasa 205.850 Bostonians go to church. State to 14 years. We asked that it be Last evening the Ebenezer Baptist disparage the humble country boy. The work on the Pacific coast In 1886 there "nets, Lockport N. S., 1 bate v rs. ., Many have since been asking the Puzzling esessen. . ,er.,,,yi- , commentator than as an instinctive judge make a legal contract with people. the occasion being the presen. and the day was not far distant when the there are 17 societies. Two years ago there pore stone; Marcia S . Lewis, Kelley. Fhilseelphi f . ..,- qUestion. Where do the remaining 200,000 Mrs. Emily P. Collins , . were six ministers: today there are 14. coal; M. E. Eldridge. Kelley, Philadelphia, cosi SIOUING POR FOREIGN MARKETS. of the value of the comments of others, :) go? raised to 18. the age when a woman may Church, Springfield street was thronged work of the college must be recognized. were but seven Unitarian societies; today le, . . ,atom arsons, o., Morse, Rockport:atm J M P P R t.7 tation of the May Queen Festival" by 25 college of the Universalists would become n . a Iu Reported for Connecticut a university renowned in both hemispheres. "urine the past year they have raised over Newell IL HOW80, Kennedy. Raritan River. It is musing to see the steel barons stern which belongs exclusively to the office of young people. under the direction of Rev. J. c w h Hi Sr o 000 and they have church property Josiah R. Smith. Case, Baltimore, coal; Luey Malt --terr - ' Olouel Thomas entwort gginson " ---- s tug up all around and boasting of how many the editor. Nor as a commentator. even, 1 i "I have Nbeen honored by ray party far be an unusual interest during the past year. Murphy of New Bedford. The following made a characteristic speech. worth f 250.000. Wass, Addison, lumber. " said Mr CLEVFLAD at The Hartford Equal Riehts Club. for long were in the cast: Miss liulda Cooper. Miss Editor George A. Marden of Lowell spoke eond me deserts . cleared Tuesday. steel tails we can export at a profit now was be seen at his best so much as an ad- HELPING- RANDS' FOREL " the beneuet. We saspect that for once Years the only active saffraire society in the Emma wisher. Miss Daisy Jones Miss Birdie On Behalf of the State Treasury." Steamers, Star of the East. Baker. Bath, Charlet i tat t 4 ' 1 i Hitherto these home market croakers mastered current topics and themes on all e ! 1 I ' hhey see prices rising in E ngl and and Yoram n again as an a vocae e wou . Ad idt hld falling at home have been seriously embarrassed If he had , have been telling us that America had all sides before he put pen to paper. Though she could do to supply tier own Market, his immediate admirers were wont to call an The same men who Only a ten months ago him philosopher. it would have been just as markets with contempt are appropriate to give tow scrambling to secure them. N I it fl O ET the 'ILL A I -BBT many points be strikingly resembled. The The home market croakers have always concealed the fa et that other countries are GRoven has said something that the Jour. State, has grown from six to 89 members. Main. Miss Rosetta Burrill, Miss Hattie nal will pronounce correct. . Until last Sunday the law closing theatres d saloons oh the Lord's day had not been with increasing interest in its work. Meet- Pennick, Miss Rebecca Nehemiah. 4 A letter was read from Mayor Hart ex- -- mressive of his kindest wishes for the ',club Large Audiences at the , Socie and shertly after to o'clock the festival . mg semi monthly it discusses civil Miss Florence White. Miss Helen King. closed with hinging of Good Night" by the governtuent and other questions that is Emma Pennick. Miss Anna Graham. quartet. broaden the minds of women and tenct Mies' dosie Gibson Miss Geertrude Hill, Miss to enlarge the sphere of their activities, Martha Hill. Miss Sarah Gibson, Miss Josie enforced in indiatiapolie for a dozen years. The action of the Hartford Theological Martin. Miss Emma Bristow, Miss Helen T It is rather funn h Y. W en you come to think of it that last Sunday was also the day same mistaken designation. whom at so when a pious citizen of Indianapolis, BEN JAMIN HARRISON by name. took his first Sunda sail in a 'ach As the President truth was, tbat be habitually committed 3' 3 t.' e School in admitting women within itS King, MiSs Laura Bonner, Miss Gracie doors is another great work of progress. loon, Miss Florence Hewing. Charles Hun- Mat LUCY Stone. Reporting for Massachusetts', tor. Harry Eaton. Joseph E. Williams, David P. Pennick, William H. Gowen. hob. In en Guthrie. ---- Other Gatherings. The Browninfr Society met at the Bruns- wick yesterday afternoon. The Massachusetts Medical Club held its . onthly meeting and dinner at the Thorn. - dike last evening.. said there were now in the State 89 leagues, In the course of the evening vocal selec- A meeting of the executive committee of -.Annual Meeting. The annual business meeting of the New et, changed were 1 some of which have been very active der- dons were rendered by Mrs. S. M. Carriug- the Boston Marketmen'a Club was held last 4 Bangor, t. England Helping Hand Society was held Allston, Ant yesterday afternoon at Wesleyan Hall, Bromfield street. There was a large at- tendance. The bylaws were somewhat Co. ged and resolutions were passed on the N. 8 death of Mrs. Poole, a member. Officers a II a e e e ected s follows President, Alvin Austin; James Watt (Br.), Petrie; erpool, Thayer & Lineelnl De ituyter (Belk). wero. via New York, Gill & Lootri 'dark Claribel (lir.), Brown. Rosario, Hathaway treated foreign ith t Schooners. nabboni, Tapley. Bangor, Mt, S114 ., Barclay& Co.; Lillie Bell (Sr.i, Erb, St. Johno St. tt St John N B Robert S S. A. P. Dickerman vice presidents, Ellen - ' ' , on el H. Hyde; Tremont, Donovan, Port land, Charles Pi r woe Williams; Yarinouth (Iir.), Stanwood, Yarmouth, N. S., John O. Hall dr Co. Penobscot, Ingraham. New York, C. E. Mudge: Virginian (Br.), Fryi State of MRITIO,Hilyard, Portland. William H. Kilbei Sanboret Jessie D. Or.). Hatfield, Port Givrillet N. te. Hathaway A Coo Pride of the Port, 1411)01414 Port elatoon. N. S., Silas Sanborn; Lottle plane it Ca; Jame rogressing as ell as Ainer it. Pace Geri' Id. v. indsor. N. S., Deane 1 Co, 1 ; i p wii. unense himself long before be studied his subject f ing the year grows less pious his town grows more so. . T be association has circulated rington. Miss Jennie Bishop and Inns Hat- evenin tie Pennick. ' g at the T horndike Major S B . . . King presided. R. Robson Susan H. Bertram ; recording secretary. Eliza Trask 11111; correspondi Franconia, Price, St. John, N. B.. James L. Sul Lir van; Gondola (Br.). AMAPA, Alma, N. It.. Jame! petitions for municipal woman suffrage, for secretary. Edith C. Fox ; treasurer, W. O. Stevenson. railroad projects are being carried forward and Studied it or rather his chosen side of The religions anniversaries are charming ,' it I t in Cans. India and South America it in the , and process of advocating e aide o things a their way, but if they will persist an amendment to the State constitution. MAY BE EAC EASY BOSTON. - WOMEN MILES . Robson au ; ditors , Salome Merritt and Ben- Stevenson; Charles C Dame . . Darden. Keene jamin James. Jr. . board of management. and Baltimore, J. II. Conant & Co.; 0.D. Wahine) ,, t l Id th d t thi il th striking out the word "male," and for the Garfield Ban or and Baltimore J. it. Conant ,, , in bringing such dreadful weather year England, with her carrying facilities and which be was from prejudice or impulse Y Julia K. Dyer. Ellen R. Rice, Jennie R. a , . . . - co.: merican Ne Team, Handy. gennebee and . The Golden Order Considering a Pro. Herrick. Elinor L. Fernald. Sybilla A. 4 ; liberal commercial policy. is getting the committed. If that be Philosophy. then table? , tive bearings were erented. but all bills T. C. Kennedy sold at Public auction yes- Posed Ladies' itranch.i, Bailey. P. S. J. Talbot. Inargaret J. Magen- YorkA, J. W. Linnell; Annie J. Pardee, Crosby, hem nebec and Washington. D. C.. J. W: Lumen; Carri 4 4 t I de. tear narrow policy has soured these another definition of the word is needed. trade . countries against the United States, and Bat people re ad what he wrote with such Colonel S we must undergo a deal of penance before we regain their trade anti confidence. , HEPARD argues that the circula- fluent facility. not so much to enlarge the ti ir stock of information or to expand and n f S unday newspapers is decreasing in o o t consequence of . divine wrath hi I th The colonel failed to pass. Much suffrage literature has terday the frame building, No. 48 Porter been distributed. and the association fur- street to Mary O'Grady for the sum of Sato. The afternoon session of the convention n si es a woman's column to 600 papers - t iroughout the State. d . A brief account at the histori of the island ward died at his residence tended yesterday by about 75 cal pageant is respectfully invited to inspect the cireula- given recently to raise funds for the associ- ms, Mary R. Charpiot, Lavine A. Hatch, Bertha L. Ware Thomas E. Atherton. a respected citizen of the Knights of the Golden Eagle was an A well attended evening meeting was . . members of 167 Chelsea street yesterday. The deceased the order. ,, held at the same hall. The platform was ed . . prettily decorated with flowers. Addresses 'in" e , were made by hien R. Robson, Rev. Dr. tirii Walker, Starkey. St. John, N. B., Hathaway k Co. J. R. Atwood, Condon, Port Medway, li. 8,, Sli Sanborn; Judith Al,!, , Lawry, Lockeport. 'Has Sanborn; sarah E. Hyde, Murphy, For , un N 8 IP L Clements & Co.; Mammal! Knowlton. Penske:no. N. S. John O. nail i Those of the people who are still deceived strengthen then opinions . exce pt when ; 1. 1, t n o ton mOOtta 04 Tint taUNDAY GLOBE. anon was given , and the written report of was in his fort, sixth year Ibe funeral The report , of the supreme chief . J . D. Rexford of Roxbury. Rev. ( i. P. Gifford of a" Sailed Tuesday. the president was supplemented by an ors' services will take mace from the Church of Barnes. stated that while a year ago they the Verret' Avenue Baptist Church and ' nee probably learn some things in the partisanly . bent. as to feel a new throb of Stiffeners. fear of the East, Bath, Mee Kenai .i e report from Miss Cora Scott Pond. the Siete the Sacred Heart on Friday morning, at had 397 castles and 38,000 members. they others, and prayer was offered by Rev. . 1. coming three years of H ARRISON'S high mental energy. to take a breezy run along LITAIRENE. manner . Thio speaker told of the methoe eursued and the difficulties encountered in 8.30 o'clock. rren P. Lyons, living at 91 London have now nearly 50,000 members and o3 4 - James M. Gray. Mrs. 1 Sawyer sang N several delightf 1 d Mi th 1 ' U SOWS. an ss 0 ger land. Liverpool; Milanese. London t Yarmouth, Tarmemil, lite Williamsport, Plaludelpida West Cumbe - . i protection reign that 'will convinee them with his headlong thinkine, to be exciten Wa ' or limiting leagues; paid a hanclaotne trib- 1 , street. and employed as janitor at the East castles. Massachusetts has 11. The re- played the piano. Musquaati N. B. James Vett. New York Slutwmut, lowing barge !rams. Philadelphia; 31Jai how utterly they have been hoodwinked by with his racy expression, and to enjoy by (Harper's Magazine for June .I ute to THE BesTON GLOBE for the goon ! Boston Savings Bank, was found dead in Ceipts of the year were $19.137 and the ex- towing barges Antelope and P. c. Merryman, Not Death, come to me! work done by it for the cause of equal sue i 1 folk, VS. , 1 the pretensions of an insincere ring of sole sympathy the unimpeded play of the thews his room at an early hour yesterday morn- penditures $18.438. ROSTON FRESTIYTERY. lake this pain and striving true; stated that about 81200 had been Heart disease was probably the cause Tugs, Argus, towing ship Castimere.Philadembea The supreme chief suggested the estab- convicted sophists. and sinews of his untiring intellectual out of my brain. cleared above expenses by the bistorical of death. Cyclops, towing brig li. C. Sibley and barge Muni --- machinery. Without being rightfully en- ' Take this gnawing misery moment. and urged that each State should Dr. David V. Foltz, for 40 years a prac- lishment of a women 'a branch, is well as Difficulty In the Scotch Church lito- uer R. Mead and Mereedita, Bangor, Me t h State organizer, a S eitioner of medicine in East Boston. died of Brigeleabell A,B100111,E.ast LondomSouthAfrica Out from my heart. , feered to Arbitrators. Lucy W. snow, Cape Verde Islands and Africa' STRILES IN THE OLD WORLD. titled to claim distinctive merit as a con- ave a tate lecturer and the preparation of a history of the order State financier to raise money, constantly and a new constitntion ; and that the com- paraiyals yesterday morning at his rest- " , With your pale cold fingers I eptene. Fayal 'Azores. via Halifax, N. el, tributer to the general stock of ideas, it can at work. dence in Maverick squire He had attained mittee Prepare their reports on these sub- An adjourned meeting of the Presbytery l'schooners, La.nra E. Messer, Indoor, N. S .1 S ,, . The cable brought two labor items from Lay straight these bones The treasurer of the association reported jects within three months and that the the age of 73years. Dr. Foltz was born in Of Boston and vicinity was held at the Lamprey Kennebec and Philadeiphia; Annie le ! . with truth be said of him that lie mixed That are weary! balances on hand a year ago, $-246.97 ; re- Fran kfort.N. Y. He graauated at Dartmouth supreme chief be authorized to call a special , seceeen, Jotting, N. S.; Celina, Kennebee and em- it . ' 1 Germane yesterday. both of which 'were in . wresting reading for Americans and stirred those ideas. and a great mane shut from my sight Measure And the green CeiDts of the year. 111415-94 ; expenditures and for some years practised his profession sessio for the year $1465.63; balance on hand, with De Jesse Merrill of Franklin. N. H. n of the supreme castle for cousid - Avenue Presbyterian church eration of them. Columbus yesterday. At 10.30 R in. the meeting was ' timore Kar 'e at. John. N. It; AMU& Currier. g euaco. N.B.. John Stroup, Monctom N. B.: Melon i ' I Tbe firs w h ong Ad t as to the effect 'that the Ger- man government had forbiddeu ail meet- unclastified and undigested notions al with them. in a fashion and with a liveli- n the opaline splendor of nature . , Ensnaring the soul with bow speaker Rey. Fred A. Hinckley was the last speaker for the afternoon. He was an accomplished scientific student and a citizen highly esteemed for his many virtue& Several amendments to the constitution, opened by Rey. Donald MacDougall of Joggi all of which were submitted at the last an- nual mening, were discussed with . out ns, N. 84 Emma E. Potter, Clementert S. R. J. V. Wellington Kennebec; and PlulaUlphia; Taunton. For a substitute to Hew Dr t - p - -- - --- William C. l much', Kennebec a d Inladelphia 1 Inge of the strikers. and hail confiscated the nese all bre own. He was a remarkable man And visions of a life as splendid Henry B. Blackwell, for the executive action. Scott on the Presbyterian committee Rev. Nellie F. Sawyer Enos le Philtips,nrred Wigton an e bound; 'Votive.. e . :i money that bad been raised for their sup without being a great one Ills open with Benumb my ears that hear not committee of the association. reported the following list of ollicere for Captain Pillsbury's Fatal Fail. The parade of the knights yesterday morn- ing was of a more or less impromptu At the same time a Street rail self in any nublic situation It will be long That brings force only for defea Maine-Rev He today nature. . Mr. McBairn of Providence was unani- a alcarge fleet of coasters, easter . de . . a E lull Seaman, Kennebec and Plain 'phis, Ad I , port. drawal from the political firm of which The wail of the thousands the ensuing year. The list of officers was TimmAsTON. Mee May 28.-Captain Oliver mously elected Itowlby and so numbered only about 500 men. The application of the Taunton church Bowlby, Itebbent, Bangor, Met James B Fsta, Who labor with bleediug bands adopted at once and as a whole: Pillsbury of Rockland, while working on a Prang S. Stone, first sergeant of Cyrus f '. Windsor, N. 8.; Annie J. Pardee, Kennebec) sna Or el200 tO paY the pastor's of course this. was a high-handed outrage. t SIMARD and WEED were the other two be Yet may not reap. Oceet for 18is 92 buildina at the railroad station in Thomas. Commandery, Knights of the Golden Ea le. coining year was re washingion. D. C.: Viking, Bangor; Eri, sease, . g f d t i' , erre o a , salary for the N. e . , But the authorities over titers bet lb ere are not all parners, st rays his estimate of ffi him- Stop the ebb and the w of life . fell from d of Wilmington. Del.. wishes. on the poet of e t ox and Owe, Lizzie Babcock, F T ette-sideil . . tato President, Mrs. Lucy Stone. ton rom the roof yesterday and died and three or four other churche s were ree committee - Annie li. Alien. . . . t, his . nk the citizens of Bos- ommended to home , . missions for t500. 'oe And quickens the heart only 'Vice-presidents-For . nry from the effects of his injuries He command to l ton. and especialy thathe proprietors of the wile g to the iate disturbance in way Company was tined $ a000 for failing to before we shall look upon his like again. That it may bear ita anguish. Blanchard. Mrs. Augusta hi Hunt: Hon, was 65 years old and followed the sea for Quincy House. for their kindness and hospi- Scotch church and aisagreement the betwen Fire Department Changes. 1 . run ears notwithstanding the strike and . ' -het least bring silence and peace. Thomas B. Reed. Hon. Frederick Roble, years, making 37 voyages to the VV he mate astern talitc to himself and his command during members of the session tt was ere. Ladder companies 4.5 and 12, and boo B front Ger C ITER TIME. h! lion elon Dinley New lia h - . Nsg ; mPsire Islands and seven to the cst of Afril.. the past two daYs. ferred with power to the committee. which company 7 will be disbanded as call COUisJ . vi s,o threatened with the forfeiture tints SNUBBING FAT tender end beautiful Deat beside many other& He leaves oa a Jive adult is to meet in the hcoteli church very soon. with its men e Hon. Henry W. Blair. Mrs. Bessie panies Friday, May 31. and organize on . Charter If it did not at once Make such Father Time was never. since the antedi- Bisbee Hunt, Hon. J. H. Gallinger: children. Embrace the Opportunity. The meeting. adjourned to meet in Taun- permanent baste , ton on the first Tuesday of October. ternis s to enable it to resume luviau epoch, so snubbed as at the present WHAT PEOPLE TALK ABOUT. Vermont-Mrs, Emily E. need, Rev. Georhe (A-it this out and brine it with You. Today ,- S. Chase: Rhode Island-Mric s. o S. El. . Local Lines. - r ' Mar0110ns Beyond Precedent i i the public its work of aecommoilating . day. There was never a time when ' men They Co There for Courtesy . Dove, Mrs. Annie E. Aldrh, Hn. George - Frogs' lees and musty ale at Park's . at 10 o'clock is the grand oeening in the Congregational Publishin ante building, 143 Tremont street be- g Sociery. be whoil I :, It Moms as though, in some things. refused to grow old so persistently as in our To the Editor of The ( lobe. 1,, C - lerke Arnold B . . Ch ase. Hon. John C. - , Special Officers Johnson and Tryder 1 The annuat meeting of the Congrega is the effect of SOZODONT UpOupon t - , N't 3 man tow, Augustus I,S oodburv. Autrus- t 1 ween Temp 0 Place and West street one . . economy of the mouth, keeping the gum of the Hanover street station last evening tional Sunday ' School and Publishing rosy and healthy. the teeth in perfect order . A inerlean muelcipalities might learn some generation. w a este heard much lately about the home vs. tine Jones t Conueuticut -Frances Ellen I door from Teethe place, Boston, Mass. The . recovered a banjo e , valued I at 15. which . W eir man If a railroad corn rn- t-NIttIlYT at CO has just ettished the life ' Now c al the saloon. .. 1 I m that the saloon does not Burr .tioneloseph Sheldon. lairsee. 51.Bissell. was stolen from Gorge I. Bernie of 312 attraction is that a stock of $157.000 wortl clots was held at the rooms of the society giying to the breath a balmy fragrance. - hurt the real borne. but the home helps the saloon. Hon John Hooper. Rev. Phebe A. Hanalord. - 1 this morning. -- ' pany of any .ort fails to run cars because it of 1(1,t1STIN VAN BUREN. SIMON CAMERON Beacon street last Tuesday - , If a man ends the home too hot for him M. - h tts, II M A I be stays aseae k.se Miss Mary . evermore, of clothing, savefrom the late flue is being The report of Treasurer Barnard A i lld showed the TTENTmer aco s caemodto the ion of its fact that fo will not the price labor demands there at er tt , . pay thse just recovered from an illness that out or it. If the weather is Inclement he does not -The a larm from box e ester-, Mrs. Elizabeth Stuart Phelps 'Ward. Airs. l f I h - Id at retail at 43 Temont tame - I i . AY f " w" 643 T I I d W' t. be a balance in the treasery of $412.59. the better cmat pennon 4 gait& Waldo Emerson. Miso nn Clarke or a s us t blare in tie aull-rt to tee !nun tween em 1 r p a p ace an , est street All excess after 51,661.07 of e hahlat xpenditures. the old line of steamships, Bostonhi. le se much eatint for taking sway the chas , would rack the constitution of a 30-Oear. like to spend the greater part of the night walking dook Hospitil. Huntington avenue. amused goods are being sold at 35 per cent on The latest sales of the CI --- -- Mis A WI 't M hi i w p s num n ties.. is. ar a . orter, wage Repoinory & Prince Edward Island Steamsp Coen , . me streets. Ile sees a saloon open. ne goes in. w - olAt tease as in any to her eountrY. old. Holents is as spontaneous and eon, aillaul Lloyd Garrison. Jr Hon. George by an overheated stove. Dainage, Sio. , actual cost of manufacture. in order to - aniounted to 688,000. With net assets of ii5,- pally. svill hereafter sail on Wednesday at He manna respectful treatment, something he Is F. Hoar. ex-Governor John 81). Lone. OK. -Patrice Cleggett, aged 45 years, of 25 show what gigantic bargains are offered.we 522.71. , noon for Halifax, Cape Breton and Pnnce . ---- ' vescent at Si) as ever. Jona G. WHITTIER unaccustomed to receive at his home. Is it any Governor William Clafi i o Fabin street. slip ed and felt o mention a few prices. A splendid suit of n rda a st G n, Hon J. G. p n the side- , 1 . e . The following, officers teeter elected for Edward Island. Instead of -WA Y , . . . , DCDLEY'S MISSION. is 81 ann says he expects to live to be 100, wnnder that he Prefers It? If yoa will take the Abbott, Hon. John E. Fitsgerald. William walk last evening, treaking his ankle. City men a clot leg, en 45 this suit is , Well made. the ensuing term: isresident Semuel B. heretofore. ? trouble to visit the various barrooms of the city you T. Bow d itch. Ee v. Samuel Longfellow. Hospital. ail to match, latest style. and reallY Capen.-Boston i vice presidents, Rev. Mem- .,,,,, - like Joey Basoteck. that eminent . law though be is not anxious to. eosin tied that nearly all of the regular habitues of John O. Whittier. Rev. F. A. elincklee. -Dennis O'Sullivan. aged et? Years. of 14 iworth,13. We allow you to Seep this suit uel H. I- Irwin, D. De New York : Rev. John YACHT g CrItNrritR IS la carried in great ve w and t order leaguer, Mr. L. lenwie Derhav, Dr. liAtimoeti intimates that Leine for the place are men who go there to get the courtesy Secretiry. Henry B. BlackevelL Broadway. South Boeton. while on his way oftyieteur days. and if not soiled. we here- K. McLean, ean Francisco; Rev. Charles rtety and upholstering same doue promptil . men think be is devilish sty, sires in his ever is possible. and the areon eveni irrepre d esible they o not get at home . J. M. 'W. Treasurernaancis .1. tis. Auditor, Amanda M. Pongee. home limn work last ng slipped and . 171. 1 , felt on the sidewalk. sustaining a severe in 11 ourseives tet return sthe $3.75. le Thwina, 1).. ea; W illiam, t en s ex, ra tne quail y suns. made and A. Telcott. RockfD. Minuapoli ord. hie Chaves NV. Hill. bY Paine' s Furniture cas 4$ i Canal street - - ti rimmed in the best possible manner, ITALFORDS ArcE. The most denciouit re . i itilasionarY ercursion to South Carolina, Gs:ow:ix Fa 'it it TRAIN actually claims . E xecutive committee . Maine-Mrs C. A. jury to his ankle. City Hospital $501e Roxisury: secretary, Rey. George M. BOVI Bend Presenottons. But Name no Pat- nuitnee Airs. 0 Brion: Mrs. L. M. stevens; - gualanteed to be worth $20 or money re- ton, Newton. . ' - h in the world. Palatable and healthy. ! i "h B "oboe! ' e eston A' 00.1 of Memory held its turned. High-gyane goods-meaning equal . treasurer, L. Laurance is 'The reputed agent and emisserv of ,hiessrs. that be has discovered the secret We are Baraard Mass Loston. GIMM00.1611111 . ent Preparations. New Hampshire-Mrs. A. S. 'White. Mrs. E. re tiler weekly meeting last evem a ng, t 3 to the finest quality tailor work-in all styles. . i It wkit Ana 1.oill.a of Massachusetts, per- haPpY 4o whisper this inestimable revel. es the enter or me Globe J. C. Gilbert, Mrs. blary E. a DotriVermont I' g k t. ib b f ' ar stree e c tel eture was an in- Prince Alberts, Cutaww,s. Sacks, in wide SPECIAL NOTICES. t , -Miss aura Moore; Mrs. A. D. Chandler -I k hars he fetleies that are se reed ag a leeleaa tion to the world. It is boiled sunshine, in Will some of your realer kindly tell me bow to Rhode Island-Mr F B Chace M a ... . ace. 1 artua W. , . , teresting address by John Fretwell of Liao. waies, Clays Worsteds and Serge Bannock- Congregational Association. Omigood.a4,, ! f eholish melee from Me face or body; Peso what will Greene e nach, Germany. TRY- BEST WORM LOZENGEfi for Culeoui i. burns. Chev iota silk and satin lined. we sell The thirty-sixth ann 1 bio- 1 at his bases. lie has gotta down to look into the shape of Orauges. Ile sans: ''t eat reen , onnecticut -Mrs, Emily F. Cob es k, . ea meeting of the are Baows'a Vskaileces Come-the, 25 chi s prevent ham trots growing. ,s r, It. line Mrs. Emily O. Kimball. simian J. Choi -s ext wee a theatrical bills include for $10.25: worth $25, We offer an elegant I , American Con- r t' 1 ir ega lona Association was , the political altuatiou, and it leads him to tenures as boiled.down sunshine. Shalt nay Mrs Ellie Pitblado; Alaseachusette- Kellar- with new necromancy. at the Park. pair of Men's Pants for 98 cents worth $4 or .113110WNS 110 ' Litt:HOLD PANACEA." : i revert to his DriirelPitls that the negro must probably live on fruit for nett 200 years." Thinks the Theory Erroneous. Mrs. .J. NV. Smith. Mrs, Julia Ward Howe. Dockstader' e minstrels at the Boston in a motley returned. A nobby Child's Sine for held in Pilgrim Hall yesterday fore- TtlE GREAT PAIN RELIEVER' Mr. C. P. Nickles. Mrs. Adelaide A. to go down and li o the occa C C lari in. programme of novelties. and "The Two eserly sold for se. eve will let it go for s2.35. noon. Hon. Rufus 8. Frost presided. Pm' IntArnal and External Pains, Rheumatism,Eam i Itt'Lleeforward take a back seat in smithies. Eleafte convey. for us. GritOlttlit trigt.A.NCTS. To the Editor of The Globe: ' Migfi COra Scott Phil& MISS NI arv Ir. East.. Orphans- at the Grand Opera House, with Finest quality Meres Hats. 67 cents: Freeman- 'lite review of tite past, year showed that in Stoniseb. bowels or Side. Colic, Inarrmels, IL,?,14,4 . I Possibly be will return fully prePared to es- to the people of the glot century the ex- If 1 tineeonstrited .'Enoe" motion fru-advocating man. Mies Alice Stone Blackwell. Mrs. Mar- Kate Clal"Prt nit L1-liee - teed equal to a St hat hat ; 1000 L mbrellas at the ciebt had been reduced Sieteite sprain. horns. Scalds. Cramps and bruises. Al ----- death by eteetrietty I am quite trilling tot). forgiven. tha Sewall Curtis. -John keetwell delivered an address 'ea cents. and SOO ,en of Faney striped leaving the present liabibiles St k LW 0. i plain how tbe tiling- is going to be donR previsions of our kindest consideration and but 'Enos"" theOry that the greater the posispolest At the evening seseion appropriate rose- at the Schooi of Memory, 3 Park weer,. lest Hose. 10 cents; Fancy' Embroidered Sits- Ten new members wises elected. The 2:Id ilarIEIL.A.-"Str 9',S8 MIXAM4Oriro I , . and the Republican party in South Carolina es teem! the greater the deterring influence is erroneouS and lilt lens were adopted unanimously. evening . tendern lo cents. worth 75 cents; same board of otticers WaS re-elected. with two The cutfew rings in praise of ,sporithag liPralf, ! , teapot be supported by facts. It is wen known to The first address of the evening Wag made -Patrolman Hunt of division 5 last even- worth ru) cents and a thousand other ban changes In the bo ird of . clireiArort . M. And human herd trips gaily o'er the les, kt4 ' be "rtionsattized be itettinor in HOW ale- gains we have no spre to mention here. Vi h ittlesey am) Willi. I. Richardson being . EDITORIAL POINTS. . even the most saperficial student of history that all by Rev. Mary lraffan Whitney of Middle- lee arrested Albert Johnson, chargedwith The pion:tune honowne trends a cats 1 t Do not fail to call an examine goods and added- - ; eems . itex. N. Y. She watt owe eT,Airs Le - , or nearly all onlued milieus have been forced to se I it ei NI 1., f ---nra the larceny of a ekes. valued at 1 82. th e prices t this , .., , , Gray, Tomorrow is blemorial day. and sweeter . , 0 ns. en Mrs avers 0 , el"' Haven, property of John Wester " k ay treat - T r ces a s great sale. to be sold at retail, , , ......--. Abd leaves a world of care for one of glee. . - - , , li leeks as if Messrs. Hot a and I. once had simian nit old barbarous penalties for all grades af lid e 11 ree . Le , ' , rt. Mary Seymour Howell and Henry B. propert,,, was recovered. el , A chan-e for se , i wonderful bargain emirs .- Credos in Sunday School Studies. i ' . . - flowers and more Peautalut verdure never GRAY'S CELEBRATED . i crime, on the ground that instead of preventing Blackwell. -Clean and reliable Clerke s old 76 c enlY onte in a lifetime. Remember the ad- , me meeting of the Sunday school teach- - , , ntere sted Mr . D enser 7 1 toieed sion c .. ome they bare at-Malty prometed O., for it& a well. , . ' r d a T ma . ress, 43 remota st, between Temp e ' . his beeett baud at manipulating Demo. I kuown tact doe the events Christian Jury is very Chong of sill at the Hoyle -Anew mepengal who works for the Place and West see one door from Temple ers and Workere and of parents. in the par- . crate. So be begins by offering them wbat The bulk of GROVER'S speech was deny- 's , Potter ei. Wrightinglon Can i loath to wallet Where O11elehee le followed Owing to the bad weather Monday and h k n nu- Company. place. Open evenings till se and Saturday tor of the Second Church yesterday after-- I . be Writes is the seductive proornitain so cruel and excessive punishment. It isn't teed unsvoken. between the hues. with bY the de- w lie at wor - yesterday afternoon hart Ms till 11 p in. Car fare paid to all purchasers noo tbe rush for seats to witness eA Night Om band caught In paarhinery a i h'' E ' 'cl- ts'd f Sit 't nt is tigers rein mg ou 1 e c e ci Y. n. was ono of specini interest The at still fuel effectiveness seldom quelled in ante et Purnantl'eut Ulm deters the 'Icicle from tendanee was unusuallY large, Rev. H. te AN ' i Put the eolored voter; in the rear, Very I American oratorY. commuting slim, so films m um , ty the . at the Hollis Street Theatre, yesterday, elle badly. lacerated. He was taken to the City - e Spats di Daly has decided to Change the proerani Hospital- where s Lingers was D - , i lig presented the topic: tiraded EXQUISITE TONIC. t i - bat erstla. this class of votere is at once dis I . penalty provided by law. whae.ver it may be. is an- Ine one of ha amputated. Death of Non. P. idr. Chandler. ' Courses of Study for the Sun day 8chcwW: Dentatte the eye and gratifies the palate. oolt 4 solottly tun to Niko, ot.1,, to ,,, to this emme, tor Saturday eveni ad in he place of ngs n t in e ay ' gustee with him es well as with the Northd Icel.," Valeta flown and queen VICTORIA i.1. . - , ty. , -Try nClover,"latest Soda Syru " 0 Health- Hon. Pelee. W. Chandler. well known an able mannr and him . ' g e al. who heara An invigorating sum Ware of Malt and El , i ' eon 1 win ague rite um came of the Buffalo min. The '''' international , latch, give "A fut. delicious. free from ch . A new idea of the value and efficiency emican. lawyer of tl i eine died at his residence. its luxurious propertb,s are within nil reach of 1 ' ern Republicans he rePresents, They deebtfa can ' are of the &ewe age It is l be lt' deter, who. eel:literately committed a trierderefter Night Off." 'Wife of Socrates" will --Pe soto Lod of this scheme of teaching Sunday school veto per ease of 20 Wbite Seal bottles; Et be; ever. whether Mae former would care to go, el. Knights of 154 Beacon street, At 3.30 a. m. yes erday. classes. The persons t 11 k r a d . d bottles ta t40 sa far into n millstone as too men who me penalty which he pretends inspires him with se be toren in addition. The repertoire for Pethian held a IderarY t presen genera y too re un e aeon menu or case an , en ertamment In Two years ago last .Noveniber . be part in the discussion of the tome, moor. dia. O. seital de, co.. - ' Mart birthday receptions with the lady mach terror we, engrafted in un um ot his 8 , th balance f he k - In ' lit 1 P h fl tate. e a anee o t wee is: teednesdee elg ta o yt laa all. 241 Tremont was te seeton. mylit teSulVin 4.12 392 Tretelotiti.2-, expect to feat them. lint he professes not mem whose vast empire the e e In - e attacked with bears trouble, ' , un n v r se Tee ulnae your theory is wrong; and if you matinee- "A Night Ott": Wednesday and street last evening. C. C. Eizerton and - s . I near DarticelerlY for them, pie:kennel on!y , - wow still selectee tutosaalst excessive pummel. 1 hursdayi evenings, "Railroad of Love": Mrs. If CS Alien addressed the assemble. and , wee -' forced to relinquish -' ' Matinees on tt o Holiday. . in the s R . CORD ' S VITAL REST0RATIT , 0.4 and phYsical deloility,.eft the eindeeenieles ttott ette 4 nee epee now dearly enmesh., you know," this be candid &boat le and admit that you to so sk sow ' FriPaY evelnuir and Sattandae matinee. eAn --Mageie learver of 4 Northampton street tentless,. Up to within four months. how- Memorial day will be observed at all the or Jet at mey elle lia'itt Tr tS4anie $ 10 p. box ; tot 11214 , ' aderatiaa at ta,,,,a being a roam, aa,haag te the Intern ationa Match" and W ife of eocra- called at ' the Cite Hospital about to o' k old d y every d clock ever , he visited his office for an hour or to theatres exc u ' Lb Wert( ept the ...eine by tpecial mate by epee C. Goodwin & ( on, Iteelatle&Sau . ,,,,, disPOSe to , Mel, ee e will permtt him tie seem kindl y, bee in yesterday's cab solemn): tee' Saturday even "'A -'i';- " - a. an o not take to his bed until x eLe,t.4.4r 14,0 wimtb.r wa, agam 0, try cnwinet, not that tem, will woes the ends Of .e,e; , e mg, e tight Off ana last evening with quite a Revere tut in her es Putter wholetale and all druggists; tot etnn":s ( J them l ue ." Auet the blaelt see a a ,,,,ntenie se, teen wee me eett7t,et jetties or eases, lightest deems too woo 11 utli Of Socrates. bead . S he stated that her linsband hod last unday S. , nee flees-the G1 s- e obe offering "A Dark Secret " d non or 'escr,plive. sirefears . address with Pla"-- soston s r otruck her over the bead with a coal hod Air. Chandler was Married tie 183'7 to a the Park presenting "Jim. the Penman." , etamp to Dr. S. IS sic,EsMoND, tea 919,5 to an Is to 't" 1eft out of the mew nt es nate eentt a al tal ten igte meet the tree east anemia W ei crlau s let wet thee era Prothierd.. ,C. 4. a. , Th St Her wound was dressed and sh went home stet! fie the Jubilee. . e -se- daughter of Profeasor Cleveland el Bowdoi the Boston giving The World," the How- 4,) Wk skt rulttg n , , as thee I; re hum flee i Vereatilit Wet thlnk n "ne a'es'"' . --r--- . 1 . ---. - Collefee, and suffered the lose of his wife in aril introducing. "Peck's Bad Boy." the , , SE kwrcitvyroo erevented lila ent.riat,,,:it-,.., 1- The fettniOn chorus that et to take raft in Lr A's November. leen Two sons. Pinker C ' ' s 11"neenn "age Inalug uccained by haul MEM 4 IF 39 Tver"nt gt- "III 2 ?ILIA 1 3 th e y rats a -t al-eg eith to him. I Kine .1 ee s ' merrier-Able se Nene of col. i lig, o r tee eetesee. loots ne o use ' the Gilmore , yr. , juiellee concert at .-ig echautesi , ti p. . see lioeel the International adjoin . . - Chandler and Horace k Ca di ' l'uru- 't " . an en and one auntiereY. - e h CARTER'S Lly!--. ' 11 '1st ,, to apt Reeeleicutit ten tialfes:As I (Melee desetted . Celleklitt fienee w ;eh 1 I as. 1.;4,un ik. f Ltis.- eneneliseed leose t melding noes week. -win melee IT Z le aric t beaten is very popular with daughter survive. - - , - Nen ST The funeral w Viz , 0 us It Lt. profession. ill be bold at the First ew N Apex , . sox s Balsam cures coughs and colds. B011iiitili& x ,m1,, is ItzT.L.s, .c ., MUTABLE er0 B. .1 4 A, t , 1. :, , .. 4 . . I 1, - , , . . , p . , .' . . , , , , lergoommeral - - ' . . . . - . DrDLET'S MISSION. Like Joey Risit-dock. that eminent, law and order leaguer, Mr. L. EllW VC DUI'LltVs Inav think be is "devilish Plv . air.4 in his IntulonarY excursion to South Carolina. lhe reputed agent and emissary of ,Niesiri. 11 olit and 1.op6a of Massachusetts, par-Lars be tallCiOS they are agt gvoil ag h leag-ne at his beet. lie has gone down to look into he ohtleat situation, and it leads him to report to his orineipabi that the negro must henceforward take a hack eat in politica. Possibly be will return fully Prparod to et-plain how the thing is going to be done, and the Republican party in South Cambria be riortrakucil bY kettitior in 1.1W Contents." It look.; Si if Messrs. 110Al.i and LA)P0 r had tuleteated ,Ir. fli't LAY tO gii down anct it7 I hit honest baud at manipulating Demo. I cram So Ins begins by offering them wbat be think -is the seductive proposition to put the colored voters in the rear. Very I tat aratiy. this class of Voter Is at once die- 1 gusted with him. as well tis with the North- 1 era Republiesni he represents, TheY esti i tee as far into a millstone as tee men who 1 I expect to fool them. lint be profes,es not to care particularly for them, provide d otey the Indepthaents and Mr. J. Ilks tint x M.-Ltsk will perma tout to seem kindly dis PC811.1 to them." As usual. the black to an is to he left out of tut et-count as mut OA VitAo Ltd', lit a,'si Yet-midi( sac think they ran it t Wixig a ith ut bins. i 111 Umvel t. &Pt LC4'llkieroatt Lon Vilt1),:"-.L1 I with money to waste in one or Moire newspapers iss the South w;th such Intent as is proelaimed by Mr. L. EDWIN DIrDLEY4 the,' may tonsider themselves advised berewith to keen their surplus funds on deposit at borne foe a while Longer. The way they are reported to have gone to work in south Carolina will be found not to work at all. The term of a new party is not to be picked out of ravelling& The bare ItiggCSt1011 of MassaChneettst ItepublIcans loaning a party in South Carolina without ever baying seteyes on that State is enough to convulse a Sunday meetsng csa Boston Ceommon with laughter. TRUE DEMOCRACY. 110114114 the party creed which Ve profess 10 rot within such Parrots lines that obedience does not perrat tomove abreast with the adeanced thought of the country and to meet and test every question and apply principle to every situation.President CLEVELAND's speech. True Democracy, stanch in its adhesion to fundamentcd doctrine, is at the same time. in a prGper eense. progressive. it recognizes our growth and expansion and the birth of new thought and sentiment.(President CLIIVELAND'S speech. True Dem,oerary honestly advocates national brotherhood.fPresident CLEvir.. LAND'S Speech. True Democracy insists vpon that eql,a'- ity before the law tchich concedes the care and protection of the government to simple manhood and citizenship. (Presidents CtivELAND'e speech. True betnocracy does not favor the multiplication of officers and salaries merely to make partitions, nor use the promise and bestowal of place for the purpose of stiffing the press and bribing the people.President CLEVELAND'S speech. True Democrai if seeks to lighten the burden, of life in every home, and to take from the citizen for the cost of gorernment the lowest possible tribute.Presiaent Cr.,EvaLAYD'S speech. Still one thing more, fellowcitizens: A wise and frugal government which shall restrain men from injuring one another shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvementand shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned. This is the sum of good government. (TitOMAS diarEasore. ANOTHER AMERICAN IN BRONZE 110RACE GREELEy is at last to be enigied in brow, and thus be perpetuated in the sight aft well as the memory of future generations. Ilis monument is to be set up in New York. the city in which be performed the work of his life, and which he generously helped to enrich with his well-deserved reputation. The bare mention of the circumstance of a memorial in his honor has provoked fresh estimates of his character and career from sundry quartere Some of them are intelligent and just, and others are not, but all are interesting reading as revelations of the wide differences to be encountered in the conceptions that are entertained of men of extended repute. after years have added to their real character the always needed perspective. Mr. GREELEY was at once both journalist and editor, yet it was chiefly in the former capacity that he achieved his acknowledged fame. lie excelled far more as a running commentator than as an instinctive judge of the value of the comments of others, which belongs exclusively to the office of the editor. Nor as a commentator, even, was be seen at his best so much as an advocate. And again as an advocate he would have been seriously embarrassed if he had mastered current topics and themes on all sides before he put pen to paper. Though his immediate admirers were wont to call him philosopher, it would have been just as appropriate to give WILLIAM, CORBETT the same mistaken designation. whom at so many points be strikingly resembled. The truth was, that he habitually committed himself long before be studied his subject. and studied it. or rather his chosen side of it. in the process of advocating the side to which be was from prejudice or impulse committed. If that be philosophy. then another definition of the word is needed. Bat people read what he wrote with such fluent facility. not so much to enlarge their stock of information or to expand and strengthen their opinions. except when partisanly bent as to feel a new throb of mental energy. to take a breezy run along with his headlong thinking, to be excitel with his racy expression, and to enjoy by sympathy the unimpeded play of the thews and sinews of his untiring intellectual machinery. Without being rightfully entitled to claim distinctive merit as a contributor to the general stock of ideas, it can with truth be said of him that lie mixed and stirred those ideas and a great many uncles!' fled and undigested notions along with them. in a fashion and with a liveliness all tits own. lie was a remarkable man without being a great one. Ills open withdrawal from the political firm of which SEWARD and WEED were the other two partners, best betrays his estimate of himself In any public situation. It will be long before we shall look upon his like again. SNUBBING FATMER TIME.. Father Time was never. s5nce the antediluvian epoch, so snubbed as at the present day. There was never a time when' men refused to grow old so persistently as in our generation. IIANcRorr at Po has just finished the life of MRTIN VAN BUREN. SAMON CAMKRON tiO has ;lost recovered from an illness that would rack the constitution of a 30-yearold. HOLMES iS as Spontaneous and effer vescont at 80 as ever. lows U. WHITTIER is SI and saye he experts to live to be 100. though be is not anxious to. Dr. HAMMON0 intimates that living forever is possible. and the irrepre.;sible GrAmiog Fesricts TRAIN actually elaims that he has discovered the secret- We are happY 40 whisper thi3 inestimable revelation to the world. it is boiled sunshine, in the shape of oranges. Ile says: "I eat oranoros as boiled-down sunshine. Shalt protoahly live on fruit for net 200 rears." nesse COilVeY. for us. Geoacit 1'Ptaxe1s. to the oeovie of the 21st century the esprewsions of our kutdest consideration and eitecutt EDITORIAL FOISTS. Tomorrow is Memorial ilai. and sweeter towers suit ',nom dutiful verdure never bceJ the occasion. The bulk of Guovicals speech was dolly. ered unspoken. between the line& with a it awl eifeethwneas seldom eutuUled "duet-wart OratOrY j t vi A WARP ff1)wl and Queen VICTORIA are of the 'owe age, IS is doubtful. however. whether Ibe former would care to swop birthday receptlous with the lady upon whose Toss empire the sun never let , How Alesrir 'Eng.! EMI. you know," this )11e to yesterdaY'S mb'egram sounds: 1,114.006y e rather Ai ag2.10 100 pa1try tt tailwo3ft4 t et to ?All what the Llk yrtes gin al bp ken oho movto tho Lrox ohtt iuttIts .1 13lettivrAt,16 hezno of col. iJ dest: tea CAlliskli,; vol ,PON1081 Protestants Is said to be on foot again in Ireland. and Batvoun has practically ad', mitted It when confronted with the charge. i But political action no longer depends nauch on religious creed. BA Lrora would Probably hnd that Protestants In these 1 days are as unmanageable as Catholics ' under oPpresaionThe meeting of Citizen GROVZR, CLIV ILA ND and Governor IDavio B. hELL, atithe Fifth Avenue Hotel banquet, was an excellent imitation of strict and formal courtesy between two gentlemen. , JOHY STZFlittYS of Nanticoke. Penn.. ent out after "wet geode" and was found hi bed next morning dead (drtmr. His friends made haste to bury him. but lie itickea on the way to the grave and bad to be uncotlinel. Ile m only one of several victims of late who do not Propose to be caught napping. IIMPOLYTE comes up smiling In the last rounds of the Ilaytian slugging match and LAGITIMK is reported to be very groggy. It matters little who gets the stakes in this barbarous aflair provmed it is soon brought to an end. The 'New England Woman Barrage Association is now 21 years old, and has therefore "attained its majority." but it Isn't the kind of majority the members have been looking for. The Bunker Hill Monument Association would seem to be making itself monumentally ridiculous. The Irish tenants of late seem to have taken quite extensively to scalding evicting landlords and their assistants. It should be remembered that this practice is generally applied only to hogs. Th New England Woman Suffrage Msoelation, having reached the age of 21, is no longer in the minority period. and la entitled to the ballot and full rights of citizenship generally. The shingle of conservatism still refuses to go over the dam, but the inevitable is near at band. It is tmless to try to thrash the wild oath out ,,of boys after they have been sown. and the thrashing process. anyway, is a poor substitute for parental duty. We know that we have espoused the cause of right and Justice. We know that we have not permitted duty to country to wait upon expediency. We know that we have not traMcked our principles for ounces& We know that we bave not deceived the people with false promises and pretences; and we know that we have not corrupted nor betrayed the poor with the money of the rich. Who shall say that these things promise no reward, and that triumph shall not follow the enlightened judgment and sober second thought of our countrymen?--GeoVaa COMMAND'S speech before the Young Men's Democratic Club of New York. No wonder the HENRY GEORGE idea flourishes hi Dakota. There's oveans of land and not much else worth taxing. Tom WALLER of Connecticut is mentioned as Chairman BARNUM's possible successor. Might go farther and fare worse. ANDREW CARNEGIE is now boasting that the price of steel rails has so risen in England. on account of the brisk demand in her markets. that we can export rails to England at a profit and rescue our falling market. Then high protection America has already become the tail of free trade England's kite, has it? Go to, ye Home Market windbags! - ManS inhumanity to man make c countless thousands mourn. but woman's inhumanity to woman. when she is jealous, makes countless thousands smile. It's as Woad as It is long. THE GLOBE'S religious canvass last Sunday has naturally attracted widespread attention. According to this authentic canvass. 205.850 Bostonians go to church. Many have since been asking the puzzling question, Where do the remaining 200,000 go? "I have been honored by my party far beyond my deserts." said Mr. CLEVELAND at the baneuet. We suspect that for once GROVER, has said something that the Journal will pronounce correct. Until last Sunday the law closing theatres and saloons oh the Lord's day had not been enforced in Indianapolis for a dozen years. It is rather funny, when you come to think of it, that last Sunday was also the day when a pious citizen of Indianapolis, BEN JAMIN HARRISON by name. took his first Sunday sail in a yacht. As the President grows less pious his town grows more so. The religious anniversaries are charming things in their way, but if they will persist in bringing such dreadful weather year after year. hadn't they better be laid on the table? Colonel SHEPARD argues that the circulation of Sunday newspapers is decreasing In consequence of divine wrath. The colonel is respectfully invited to inspect the circulation books of THE SUNDAY GLOBE. LITAIRENE. (Harper's Magazine for JuneI Death, come to mei lake this pain and striving Out of my brain. Take this gnawing misery Out from my heart. With your pale cold fingers Lay straight these bones 'That are weary! Shut from my sight Tbe azure and the green And the opaline splendor of nature, , Ensnaring the soul with bow And visions of a life as splendidl Benumb my ears that hear not The wail of the thousands Who labor with bleeding bandi Yet may not reap. Stop the ebb and the flow of life That brings force only for defeat, Anti quickens the heart only That it may bear Its anguish. least bring silence and peace, tender and beautiful Death! ' (o; WHAT PEOPLE TALK ABOUT. They Co There for Courtesy. To the Editor of The Globe. lire hare heard much lately about the borne ye. The salbon. Now I claim that the saloon does not hurt the real borne. but the home helps the saloon. If ft man duds the home Soo hot for him be stays out of It. If the weather is Inclement be duel not like to spend the greater part of the night walking the streets. He sees a saloon open. Its goes in. He recatees respectful treatment, something he Is unaccustomed to receive at his home. Is it any wonder that he prefers It? If you will take the trouble to visit the various barrrAtims of the city you tied that nearly all of the regular habitues of the piece are men who go there to get the courtesy they do not get at borne. J. IL. W, Send Proscriptions, But Name no Pate ent Preparations. To the Editor of The Globe. will $ome of your readers kindly tell me how to Abolish melee from 114 face or body aiso what will prevent ham from growing. .0 T. a. ----- Thinks the Theory Erroneous. To The Editor of The Globe: - If I misconstrued ',Enos' motion for advocating death by electricity I tun quite willing lobe forgiven. hut .1.noe" theory that the greater the puntshment the greater the deterring influence la erroneous and minim be supported by facto. It le well known lo even the most ailpertimal "indent of history that all or nearly all eitlilfed hatious hare been forced to abolish the old barbarous penalties for All grades of inhale, on the ground, that 1ntrea.1 of preventing crime they hare actually promoted it, for it le a well. known fact that the average Christian Jury to very loath to convict where cowrieam& la followed by cruel aria exossaive punishment. It isn't the degree of punishment that deters the radon from committing erns' So much as the certainty flat the penalty provided by law. whatver it May be. to so sore to follow court Se In this comma- 1 tion 1 will agraia cite the tato of the Buffalo hour. derer. who deLlocrately committed a murder after the penalty which he pretends inspires him with so much tercet stag engrafted is the laws of lus State. yea, aq:nos:1 your theory Is wrong; and if you would still advocate itiniseal or eaceseive penalties be candid about h. and admit that you tio ao la eausideistion of them being a greater punishments te the erindzml, hot that they will &observe the sada of 5ustice or losteri is the slightest degree is parna- 1 ular emus. tor which they are proridad. c. t.. 1 7 7 Z:. 1 s mTc. yv rrecent,d ty tigy u,e, or the hyroeliit 4,11,4ur. Fisk.;. THE BOSTON -DAILY GLOBE THE UNENFRANCHISED. New England Suffragists at Tileionaon Reports ?resented of tte Frepaganda Siz States. Officers Chosen for Another Year of Work The second convention of the New England Woman's Suffrage Association was , held yesterday afternoon in the Meionaon, Mrs. Lucy Stone presiding. The first business was the presentation of reports from the 'various New England States belonging to the association. Those from Maine. New Hampshire and Vermont were read by Henry B. Blackwell. Rey. Henry Blanchard. president of the Maine Woman Suffrage Association, reported for the executive committee that its application to the Legislature for the grant of municipal suffrage was rejected, the vote standing in the House 42 in favor and 90 against the measure. lie said that womau suffrage was at that time oehated in the Legislature for the first time. Bills had been brought forward many years ago. and hearings had been granted. but the bills were defeated without (lobate. This year there was earnest discussion in the House. Ex-Governor Roble took the lead. and was ably seconded by several gentlemen. Mary H. Els. corresponding secretary of the Woman suffrage Association for The tiiraulte State., reported that another petititsit for municipal suffrage is now in circulation which will go the Legislature in June. Our indefatigable president. she said, hat by her own unaided effort obtained HOD signatures to it in Keene, and from reports whien have come to us from other quarters we believe this will be a much larger petition than has been presented heretofore. Laura Moore, secretary of the Vermont Woman Suffrage Asiticia.i Hon. reported that during the vast year the special line of legislative work has been, like that of other State associatious. to secure suffrage for women in municipal elections. To this end petitions were circulated. and the efficient help of our esteemed friends, H. B. Blackwell of Boston. Professor W. H. Carruth of Kansas and Colonel Albert Clark of Rutland. Vt.. was generously contributed to place before the Legislature the merits of the cause. Brave and able advocacy of the measure was also given by Messrs. Marsh. Ballard. Mann and other members ot the House of Representatives. The House defeated the municipal suffrage bill by vote of 1e2 to. Mr s. Lone NC Tyler. State organizer of leagues in Rhode Island. read the report for that State. which set forth the fact that great activity had been manifested on the sub.:ect of woman 81ifferage during the past year. The State organizer has been very successful. 21 leagues having been formed since last July. Sixty public and parlor meetings have been held during this time, and 127 league meetings, where the study of politics and suffrage has been taken up. In January he Providence league decided to form a ward and city committee of women to look after the school interests and try to have a larger representation of women on the school board at the Aer:1 election. Their work resulted in the election of two more women, ,Mrs. Anne E. Aldrich and Miss Osgood. The association has petitioned for legislation concerning the personal property of married 1,10113011 dying intestate. that the husband may no longer administer on the wile' s estate "without accountability." The judiciary committee. which heard this petition. recommended it to the favorable consideration of the House. The association has also succeeded in raising the age of cons,mt in WS State to 14 years. We asked that It be raised to 18. the age when a Woman may snake a legal contract. Mrs. Emily P. Collins Reported for Connecticut an unusual interest during the past year. The Hartford Equal Rights Club. for long years the only active suffrage society in the State, has grown from six to 89 members. with increasing interest in its work. Meeting semi-monthly it discusses civil governtuent and other questions that broaden the minds of women and tend to enlarge the sphere of their activities. The action of the Hartford Theological School in admitting women within its doors is another great work of progress. Mn. Lucy Stone. Reporting for Massachusetts, said there were now in the State 89 leagues, some of which have been very active tiering the year. The association has circulated petitions for municipal woman suffrage, for an amendment to the State constitution. striking out the word "male," and for the better legal protection of wives. Legislative hearings were granted. but all bills failed to pass. Much suffrage literature has been distributed. and the association furnishes a woman's column to WO papers throughout the State. A brief account at the historical pageant given recently to raise funds for the association was given, and the written report of the president vras supplemented by an nil report from Miss Cora Scott Pond. the Sit e organlyer. This speaker told of the method Pursued and the difficulties encountered in or ianizing leagues; paid a handsome tr.)). ute to THE BOSTON titoer. for the good work done by it for the cause of equal suffrage; stated that about $1200 had been cleared above expenses by the historical pageant. and urged that each State should have a State organizer, a State lecturer and ' a State financier to raise money, constantly , at work. The treasurer of the association reported balances on hand a year ago, 8246.97; receipts of the year, e1415.94; expenditures I for the year. S1465.63; balance on hand. 8197.28. Rev. Fred A. Hinckley was the last speaker for the afternoon. Heury B. Blackwell, for the executive committee of the association. reported the following list of officers for the ensuing year. The list of officers was adopted at once and as a whole: Officet for 1St St President, Mrs. Lucy Stone. Vice-presidentsFor MaineRev. Henry Blanchard. Mrs. Augusta M. Hunt: Hon, Thomas B. Reed, Hon. Frederick Roble, lion. Nelson Dingley; New liamnshire Hon. Henry W. Blair, Mrs. Bessie Bisbee Hunt, Hon. J. H. (3allinger: VermontMrs. Emily E. reed. Rev. George S. Chase: Rhode IslandMrs. S. E. Doyie, Mrs. Annie E. Aldrich, Hon. George I, Clarke, Arnold B. Cum. Hon. John C. Wyman, hey. Augustus tVoodburv. Angus. tine Jones; ConuecticutFrances Ellen Burr.hon.,loseph Sheldon, Mrs.G. ALBissell. Hon John Hooper. Rev. Phebe A. Hanalord. Massachksetts, Miss Mary A. Livermore, Mrs. Elizabeth Stuart Phelps 'Ward. Airs. gait& Waldo Emerson. Miss LIIIPT1 Clarke. Miss Annie Whatley. Mrs. Maria W. Porter, 1 iIliam Llovd Garrison. Jr., Hon. George F. Hoar. ex-Governor John D. Long, ex' Governor William Clatitn, Hon. J. G. Abbott, Hon. John E. Fitygerald, Witham T. Bowditch, Eev. Samuel Longfellow, John G. Whittier. Rev, k', A. Hinckley-Secretary. Henry B. Blackwell. Treasurer.Francis tiaruson. Auditor, Amanda M. Lougee. Executive committee MaineMrs. C. A. guitub,-. Mrs. 0 Brion; Mrs. L. AL Stevens; New HampshireMrs. A. S. NS'hite, Mrs. E. J. C. Gilbert, Mrs. Mary Ea Dew; Vermont Miss Laura Moore; Mrs. A. D. Chandler; Rhotte IslandMrs. E. B. Chace, Martha W. Greene; ConnecticutMrs, Emily P. Collins. Mrs, Emily O. Kimball. susan J. Cheney, Mrs. Effie Pitblado; Afassactiusetts Mrs. J. NV. Smith, Mrs. Julia Ward Howe, Mrs. C. P. Nickles, Mrs. Adelaide A. elan in. Miss Cora Scott Pond, MISS 1,1 are tr. Eastman. Miss Alice Stone Blackwell. Mrs. Martha Sewall Curtis. At the evening session appropriate rose1 lilt tons were adopted unanimously. The first address of the evening was made by Bev. Mary raffan Whitney of Middlesex. N. Y. She was followed ty Mrs, Laura M. Johns. BM Mrs. Bogers of New Haven, Mrs. Mary Seymour Howell end Henry B. Blackwell. Change of Stil at the Holey. Owing to the bad weather Monday and the rush for seats to witness -A Night Off" at the Hollis Street Theatre, yesterday, au Daly has decided to change the progranime for Saturday evening and in the place of 'An International Match,' give "A Night Off." The 'Wife of Socrates" will be given in addition. lhe repertoire for the balance of the week is: Wednesday matinee. "A Night Ott": Wedneeday and huradayi evenings, Railroad of Love": Friday even:tic and Saturday matinee. "An International Match" and -Wife of socratee' : Saturday evening. -A Ntglat Off" and "Wile of Socrates." Therti ns th thab The reunion chorus that is to take tart in the Gilmore Wiiice concert at Mechanics' linicting next week. will incluee in Its WEDNESDAY, MAY memberablo rertresentativel of nearly ,10 of the choral societies that psrticipated in the peace jubilee of sc9. Mani annlications for admission to this chorus were necessarilv roxicted on account of the impossi bility of accomodatingt more engem SHOWN TO COSY QUARTERS. Visitors from Par mid Near Who Have Itegtsterod at Hotels. Ex-Governor Robinson and Mrs. Robinson of Chicopee axe booked at the Tremont. Rev. IL Price Collier and Mrs,. Collier of BronklYn. N. Y. are at the Vendome for a few days. George E. Woodbead is an English visitor at Young's. , Ho registered from the Isle of Man. Reynolds and family of New York are stopPing at the Parker House. - Captain Anson end his Chicago ball tossers are g-uests at the United States Hate. - Young's HotelJohn D. bliaw, Bath, Me.; W. H. B W Barstow. Lorannie. G. illiam M. Raney. New Orleans. La.; S. D. Atwood, New Boston. N. IL Parker HouseWalter S. Alien. New Bedford: Upton D. White, Washington; H. D. Smith. Detroit E. A. Follansbee. Los An- gales. Cal.; D. W. Morehouse. Brooklyn. Tremont HouseIL C. Pernum. New York; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Simons, But- Lido, N. Y.,- .1. V. McNamara o MY, N. Y. : Mrs. H. A, Whiting mid Miss Whiting. Wil- ton, N. H. Boston Tavern.M. S. Graham. Concord. N. IL; J. W. Reyaoids, Winchester; B. W. Wilkinson. Montreal; H. J.. Totingham, Syracuse. N. Y. The Thorndike.M. Rout and Miss Rout, New Zealand : Max Alexander Ellvert, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Allen. Portland. Me.; Mr. and Mrs. L. Grenhch, Dayton, G. Adams HonsaC. A. Cushing'. Portland, Me.; H. D. W. Burt. New York; E. B. Dillingham. Miss Dillingham, Hartford, Conn.; George s. Roger!. Greenfield. American HouseH. M. Hubbard. Kansas Cit Mo. : W. A. Evans, Albany, N. Y.: C. F. spear. Woburn : T. W. Hall, Binghamp. ton, N. Y.: Cyrus Taylor, Bristol. N. H. Crawford HouseDr. Lull, Berkeley, Col. ; A. G. Moulton. Fort Scott. Kan.: J. D. Hilliard. Irovincetown; J. R. Bentley, Buffalo. N. Y. The VendomeAlexander Shepard. Charles F. Beard, Buffalo, N. Y.- D. A. Waterman. Detroit. William C. Ward, Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. James Forrest, Halifax, N. S.; C. S. Tappan, Rochester. The BrunswickC. A. Endicott, Detroit; Miss Davies. Fisbkill. N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Amos R. Little. Philadelphia. Revere HouseJoseph Allen, Newark. N. J.; G. H. Bailey. Syracuse, N. Y.; E. E. An- thony, Providence, R. I.; B. G. Jayne, Her- mosil fa. Col. United States HotelMr. and Mrs. W. M. 'Warren, Marlboro; J. N. Manning. Thomas P. Somers. New York; D. H. Henry, Indianapolis. WILL TEACH THE WORD. - Meeting of American College and , Educational Society. The annual meeting of the American College and Educational Society was held yesterday at the Congregational House. The treasurer's report showed as follows: Receipts from donations 019.484 69 Legacies 3,900 00 Income scholarship tund 634 05 Total $29.605 74 Donation for colleges 61,430 Si -- Total $91,042 05 Balance ou hand Apra 30, 1893 4,688 09 -- Total 595,729 04 Payments-- Appropriations to students 22,765 00 DonatIOne to colleges 61,436 31 Expenses 6,264 22 Total E90,485 53 Balance on hand Apra 30, 5,243 61 Gmnd total $95,729 04 The secretary's report showed that during the past year the society bad aided 186 young men in nine theological seminaries and ilo in 23 colleges. The number of young men In seminaries has increased from 169 last year to 190 ; in colleges. decreased one : 92 graduated to the ministry and 91 died; the net gain of churches was 127. QUEENING IT IN MAY. Young Folk of the Ebenezer Baptist Church Charm Their Friends. Last evening the Ebenezer Baptist Church, Springfield street, was thronged with people, the occasion being the presentation of the "May Queen Festival" by 25 young people. under the direction of Rev. J. Murphy of New Bedford. The foilowing were in the cast Miss Itulda Cooper. Miss Emma Fisher. Miss Daisy Jones. Miss Birdie Main. Miss Rosetta Burrill, Miss Hattie Penmck, Miss Rebecca Nehemiah, Miss Florence White. Miss Helen King, Miss Emma Pennick. Miss Anna Graham. M i88 Josie Gibson. Miss Gertrude Hill, Miss Martha Hill. Miss Sarah Gibson. Miss Josie slartin. Miss Emma Bristow, Miss Helen King, Miss Laura Bonner. Miss Gracie Lon, Miss Florence Hewing, Charles Hunter. Harry Eaton, Joseph E. Williams, David P. Pennick, William H. Gowen, Robert Guthrie. In the course of the evening 'focal selections were rendered by Mrs. S. M. Cartingrington. Miss Jennie Bishop and Miss Hattie Pennick. EAST BOSTON. T. C. Kennedy sold at Public auction yesterday the frame building, No. 48 Porter street. to Mary O'Grady for the sum of 8810. Thomas E. Atherton. a respected citizen of the island ward. died at his residence. 167 Chelsea street. yesterday. The deceased was in his forti-sixtb year. The funeral seryr1ce4 will take mace from the Church of the Sacred Heart on Friday morning, at 8.30 o'clock. Warren P. Lyons, living at 01 London street. and employed as janitor at the East Boston Savings Bank, was found dead in his room at an early hour yesterday morning. Heart disease was probably the cause of death. Dr. David V. Foltz. for 40 years a practitioner of medicine in East Boston. died of paraiyals yesterday morning at his residence in Maverick square. He had attained the age of 73years. Dr. Foltz was born in Fran kfort.N. Y. He graduated at Dartmouth and for some years practised his profession with Dr. Jesse Merrill of Franklin. N. H. He was an accomplished scientific student and a citizen highly esteemed for his many virtues. Captain Piiisnury's Fatal FailTHOMASTON. Me.. May 28.Captain Oliver Pillsbury of Rockland. while working on a building at the railroad station in Thomas. ton. fell from the roof yesterday and died today from the effects of his injuries. He was 65 years old and followed the sea for years. making 37 voyages to the Western Islands and seven to the coast of Afrioa. beside many others. He leaves hve adult children. Local Lines. Frogs' legs and musty ale at Park's. Special Officers Johnson and Tryder of the Hanover street station last evening recovered a banjo. valued at elle. which was stolen from t4eorge H. Bemis of 312 Beacon street. last Tuesday. The a larm from box 91 yesterday was fora slight blaze in the laundry of the Murdo, Hospital, Huntington avenue, waused by an overheated stove. Damage, $10. , Patrick Cleggett, aged 45 years, of 25 Fabin street, slipped and felt on the sidewalk last evening. breaking his ankle. City Hospital. Dennis O'Sullivan. aged 22 years. of 14 Broadway. South Boston. while on his way home emu work last evening. slipped and fell on the sidewalic sustaining a severe injury to his ankle. City Hospital. he Boston School of Memory held Hs regular weekly meeting last evening, at 3 Park street. The chief fe, tura was an interesting address by John Falwell of Eisenach. Czermany. Next week's theatrical bills include Heiler. with new necromancy. at the Park. Dockstader's minstrels at the Boston in a programme of novelties.. and -The Two orphans" at the (rand Opera House, with Kate Claxton as Louise. John l'retwell delivered an address at the School of Memory. 3 Park etreee lest evening. Patrolman Hunt of division 5 laet evening arrested Albert Johnson, eharged,with the larceny of a dock. valued at $12. the property of John West of 2 Fa'y street.' The propertg was recovered. Clean and reliable, Clerke's old 76 Cigar. Angus McDniatal. who works for the Potter .S.z Wrightington Canning Company, while at work yesterday afternoon. ban his hand caught in tearbinery and his Engers badly lacerated. He was taken to the City Hoeuital. where one of bis lingers was amputated. Try "clover." latest Soda Syrup. Healthfub delicious. free from chemicals. --re Foto Lodge, 21. Knights o PvthuaL f bold a literary entertainment In Knights of Pythias Hall. 241 Tremont street. last venime C. ', Egerton and Mrs- II. C. Allen addressed the assemble. Maggie ',lever of 4 Northampton street called at the City Hospital about 10 o'clock last evening with quite a eevere en t in her bead. She stated that her Imsband hod F truck her over the bead with a coal hod. Her wound was dressed and she went home, Lo-r-rA's hotel. the International. adjoin- I 17,1z the Park 't heatre. veri Popular wit-la 1 tLas Drolesblun. A BRILLIANT BOARD. Ladies' Night of the Universalist Club.' Speeches by EiGovernor Robinson an Frofessor Open. Education as the Basis of Keats' ana Moral Development. niTtalhte,,Laint itvbeers;111 1Cl, en bn dcoeml eeb st etd e"vi ea nd ens; with a brilliant and select company. A reception in the spacious parlors occurred between 5 and 6 o'clock. and a sumptuous banquet followed.' The company numbered some 500 gentlemen and ladies. E. F. Endicott. presided. In the array of gentlemen were the follovring: S. IL Dudley. vice-president: IL B. Earlier. treasurer; George NV. Wise. secretary; and Directors A. C. Masury. Charles E. Legg and B. N. Johnson. all of the club. Amours the guests seated at the first table were: Ex.Governor George D. Robinson. Colonel Thomas W. Higginson, Hon. George A. Marden, Professor Capon of Tufts College, Rev. J. M. Pullman of Lynn. Hon. Ed. ward B. Drew of West Newton. Rev. George H. Emerson. D. D. and A. W. Strauss of Boston, Rev. T. J. Swayer of Tufts College, 11. L. Holmes, president of the Rhode Island Universalist Club. After-dinner exercises were opened with singing by the Columbus Avenue Quartet, President Endicott made a short address of welcome. Rev. J. M. Pullman, D. D of Lynn said that Universalism should not tend to narrowness or exclusiveness. Universalism was persistence in moral force, the underlying power of every creed, and upon which organization and progress must depend. florae II Robinson Was Walcomod with the heartiest applause. He said: Some editor bad asked. "What's tee matter with the pulpit?" The trouble was due to those who occupied the pews. Church administration had much to do with the suecess of the pulpit. lie referred to the old times when he was a farm boy, when the family attended divine service Sunditi morning. noon and night. The weather never interfered. And now he wondered if the present generation was as good as that of a quarter of a century ago. The church should be the spiritual home. around which should cluster the love of children for their parents; the home where the family all turn beyond all worldly things. He (the speaker) hoped yet to live to see the day when some di the old religious fashions would come back to the present generation.' much as the old clothes of the grandfather are welcomed by youthful scions. There should be a tendency toward a general feel- 1 in of sympathy based on renown, and au exhibition by example to show that people practice what they profess. Nothing was gained by attacking another man's church. With such men and women as those of the Universaiist Ciub there could be no doubt in the fruition of their work. Professor Capon of Tufts Raids The college is an index of the height of the religious sentiment as exhioited in the church. The fact there were so many present who received their education in nate undoubtedly explained their zeal in the cause of their religion. The professor referred to a statement recently made to him i by a Harvard professor. who claimed that the great families that had been preserved through generations were those whose sons of each generation had been educated in Harvard. Education was the secret of success and ' powernot in any sense in the aristocratic line, but in mental develop-went. through which all moral force and intellectual work must coins. Upon the farming people, and from among the young men of the workshop the church must in a great measure depend, notwithstanding the Inclination in some quarters to despise and disparage the humble country boy. The work of the college must be recognized. and the day was not far distant when the college of the Universalists would become a university renowned in both hemispheres. Colonel Thomas Wentworth Higginson made a characteristic speech. Editor George A. Marden of Lowell spoke "On Behalf of the State Treasury." A letter was read from Mayor Hart expressive of his kindest wishes for the 'club and sh-rtly after lo o'clock the festival closed with singing of Ciood Night" by the quartet. Other Cathennim The Browning Society met at the Brunswick yesterday afternoon. The Massachusetts Medical Club held it, monthly meeting and dinner at the Thorn-dike last venIng. A meetinor of the executive committee of the Boston Marketmen's Club was held last evening at the Tnorndike. Major S. B. King presided. WOMEN MAY BE EACLE1L The Golden Order Considering a Pros posed Ladies' Breach. The afternoon session of the convention of the Knights of the Golden Eagle was attended yesterday hi about 75 members of the order. The report of the supreme chief. J. D. Barnes. stated that while a year ago they had 397 castles and 38,000 members. they have now nearly 50,000 members and 534 castles. Massachusetts has 11. The receipts of the year were $19.1,37 and the expenditures 818.438. The supreme chief suggested the establishment of a women's branch, is well as the preparation of a history of the order and a new constitntion ; and that the committee prepare their reports on these subjects within three months and that the supreme chief he authorized to call a special session of the supreme castle for consideration of them. Several amendments to the constitution, all of which were submitted at the last annaal mee,ing were discussed, without action. The parade of the knights yesterday morning was of a more or less impromptu nature. and so numbered only about 500 men. Frank S. Stone, first sergeant of Cyrus Commandery, Knights of the Golden Eagle. of Wilmington. Del., wishes, on the pelt of his command. to thank the citizens of Boston. and especially the proprietors of the Quincy House, for their kindness and besottalitc to himself and his command during the past two days. Embrace the Opportunity. Cut this out and bring it with you. Today at 10 o'clock is tbe grand opening in the large building. 143 Tremont street. between Temple place and West street, one door from Temple ()lace. Boston, Mass. The attraction is that a stock of $167.0oo worth of clothing. saves( from the late fire.is being sold at retail at 143 Tremont street. between Temple place and :West street. All goods are being told at 36 per cent. on actual cost of manufacture. in order to show what gigantic bargains are offered,we mention a few prices. A splendid suit of men's clothes, $3.75; this suit is well made. ail to match, latest style. and really worth $13. We allow von to Keep this suit home four days. and if not oiled. we herewith bind ourselves to return the l'blen's extra tne quality suits. made and trimmed in the best possible manner. gins anteed to be worth $20 or money returned. High-grade goodsmeaning equal to the finest quality tailor workin all styles. Prince Alberts, CotawaA. Sacks, in wide Ciays, Worsteds and Serge,. Bannock-burns. Cheviots, silk and satin lined. we sell for $10.'25: worth, ill& We offer an elegant pair of Men's Pants for 98 cents. worth 14 or money returned. A nobby Child's Suit, for. merly sold for s7. we will let it go for $2.35- Ftnest quality Idert's Hata. 67 cents: guaranteed equal to bat; 1000 Linbrella s at CentS. and 000 do,en of Fancy striped Hose. 10 cents; Fancy Embroidered Sustienders, 10 cents. worth 75 cents: same worth cents. and a thousand other bar. gains we have no space to mention here. I.)o not fail to call and examine tooth and Vrices at this great sale. to be sold at retail. A chan-e for such wonderful bargain occurs only once in a lifetune. Remember the ad. dress. 143 TreihOlit it.. between Temp a place and West tit... one door from Temple place. open ovenings till and Saterday till it p.m. Car fare paid to all purchasers residing outside of She city. Death of Hon. P. W. Chandler. Hon. Pe ley W. Cnandler. well-known lawyer of tl J city, died at his residence. 154 Beacon street, at 3.30 a. tn. yes erday, Two years ago last November be was attacked with bears trouble, and was forced to relinquish homes& Up to within four months. however he via'ted Iiie thee for an hour or every day. and old not take to his bed until last Sunday. Mr. Chandler wee married in 1837 to daughter of Professor Cleveland of Ikrwdoin coiiege. end antlered the loss of his wife in NovemDer. ipost. Two sons. Parker C. Chandler and Horace P.Chandler. and one daughter survive. , The funeral will be bald at the First New Terusalem Ctrarcb.Bowdoin Siloam, on Friday at noon. SOUTH AND INDIAN MISSIONS. New Bnitarian Impulse in New England Annual Meeting of the American Association. The annual meeting of the American Unitarian Association opened yesterday' in Tremont Temple, George S. Hale presiding. The treasurer's statement was then rea& as follows: Rece ipue during the year. $174,- 933.73; expeeses. 1174.831.97. The sixty. -fourth annual report of the board of dhectors of the association was read by Rev. Grindall Reynolds. secretary. The report says: -We thankfully record that the bequests of the year have been unusually large. enconraging usp go forward with undiminished activity. At no time in the history of the church has the work of the church extension been so wide or so solid and satisfactory in lta results as within the past few years." Iteportsof the woman's auxiliare conference were then read by Mrs. Andrews. winch were very interesting, and showed that they were making rapid strides in their work. Brief addresses were given by Rey. Mr. Massame,of Wisconsin; Hon.GeorgeF. Rich. ardson. of Lowell; Rey. Arthur M. KtiaDt6 The latter speaker gave a graphic description of the work done in Japan. r A success simply wonderful seems to bare r attended Mr. Knave's labors. All doors seem to have beenlopened to him. r In the afternoon directors were chosen as 'follows: President. George S. Hale, Boston : vice presidents. George William Curtis, Staten Island. N. Y.; George O. Shattuck, Boston; secretary, Rev. Grindall Reynolds, Concord ; assistant secretary, Geoive W. Fox, Boston; treasurer. Thomas N. Hart, Boston; directors for three years, Albert L. Calder. Providence; Thomas Gallield. Boston ; Rey. Brooke Herford. Boston; Rey. Charles F. Russell, Weston; Rev. John Snyder. St, Louis: Professor James B. Thayer, Cambrinee. The fourth annual report of the commission on Southern and Indian Educational work was presented by General Marshall. The schools which have been recommended in the Southern work bare the Hampton Normal Agricultural Industrial. the Tuskegee Normal School in Alabama. Miss P. S. Chamberlain's school at Palatka, and the M. I. G. Harlisson's white school at Highlands. N. C. The commission are also layorably impressed with the colored Industrial School at Kittrells, N. C. The Montana Industrial school. the only educational and missionary work of the Unitarians among the Indians. enters upon Its fourth year free from debt andsenerally well equipped tor Its good work. The work. shop is completed. The school is located on the Pig Born river. seven miles from Custer sietion on the Northern Pacific railroad. The school has now 32 pupils. The total cash contributions and receipts for the establishment and support of the school from July 1. 1883. to MAY 1.1889. were $23,522,, Rev. Mr. Tiffany and Rev. Mr. Hornbrookspoke at length on the foregoing subject. Rev. M. J. Savage then held 1 The Closest Attention of the audience for over half an hour, defin. I tug the Unitarian religion. The report of the trustees of the church loan fund showed that 27 churches have received the benefit of the fund. These are scattered widely over the whole country. The whole amount of the fund now stands $48,140. During the year It has received in gifts $4982. The president. George S. Hale. spoke at the evening session of the dead of the year James Freeman Clarke, who won the confidence and love of all. Miss Abide May, Frederick N. Knapp and Charles Henry Wheelock. Rev. W. W. Fenn of Pittsfield made an able address on the needs of Unitarianism in New England. Rey. Arthur Knapp said that one in a thousand of the Japanese has heard or Unitarianism, and one in a hundred thousand knows what it is. He outlined the plans to housed inyropagating the faith. The first principle is to begin at the top by influencing the women; second, to send out practical energetic missionaries, who can adapt themselves to the conditions and promote sodial reforms. Rev. Mr. Sliser of Providence also spoke. Rev. Charles W. Wendte of California. gave a description of the outlook of the work on the Pacific coast. In leen there were but seven Unitarian societies; today there are 17 societies. Two years ago there were six ministers: today there are 14. During the past year they have raised over Sti0.000, and they have church property worth $2150.000. HELPING- HANDS' WOEK. " Largo Audiences at tho , Society's -Annual Meeting. The annual business meeting of the New England Helping Hand Society was held yesterday afternoon at Wesleyan Hall, Bromfield street. There was a large attendance. The bylaws were somewhat changed and resolutions were passed on the death of Mrs. Poole, a member. Officers were elected as follows: President, S. A. P. Dickerman ; vice 'presidents, Ellen R. Robson, Susan H. Bertram ; recording secretary, Eliza Trask Hill; corresponding secretary. Edith C. Fox ; treasurer, W. 0. Robson ; auditors, Salome Merritt and Benjamin James, Jr.. board of management. Julia K. Dyer. Ellen R. Rice, Jennie R. Herrick. Elinor L. Fernald. Sybilla A. Bailey, P. S. J. Talbot. Margaret J. Magenms, Mary R. Charpiot, Lavina A. Hatch, Bertha L. Ware. A well.attended evening meeting was held at the same hall. The platform was prettily decorated with flowers. Addresses were made by Ellen R. Robson, Rev. Dr. Rexford of Roxbury. Rev. t. P. Gifford of the Varren Avenue Baptist Church and others, and prayer was offered by Rev. James M. Gray. Mrs. H. M. Sawyer sang several delightful solos, and Miss Folger played the piano. ROSTON PRESILIYTEILY. Difficulty In the Scotch Church Referred to Arbitrators.. An adjourned meeting of the Presbytery of Boston and vicinity was held at the Columbus Avenue Presbyterian church yesterday. At 10.30 a. in. the meeting was opened by Rev. Donald MacDougall of Taunton. For a substitute to Rev. Dr. Scott on the Presbyterian committee Rev. Mr. McBaira of Providence was ttnani- measly elected. The apnlication of the Taunton church for .$12an to pay the oastor's salary for the coining year. was referred to a committee, and three or four other churches were recommended to home missions for t50o. Owing to the late disturbance in the Scotch church and aisagreement between members of the session the matte- was re. ferred with power to the committee, which is to meet in the hcoich church very soon. The meeting adjourned to meet in Taunton on the first Tuesday of October. Congregational Publishing Sociery. The annum meeting of the Congrega tional Sunder School and Publishing Society WaS held at the rooms of the society this morning. The report of Treasurer Earner(' showed a balance in the treasury of $4,12.59. the excess after 51,661.07 of expenditures. The latest sales of the Chicago Repository amounted to 688,000, With net assets of 5.- 522.71. The following officers were elected for the ensuing term: President. Samuel B. Capen.-Boston: vice presidents, Rev. Samuel H. lv login, D. D New York: Rev. John K. McLean, san Francisco; Rev. Charles F. Timing, D. D.. Minneapolis; Wilharn A. Talcott, Rockford. Iii. Chaves W. Hill. Roxpury: secretary, Rev. George M. Boyn ton, Newton. Mass.; treasurer, Laurance Barnard, Boston. MNOno0,imimim Congregottonat Assoctotion. The thirty-sixth annual meeting of the American Congregational Association was held in Pilgrim Hall yesterday fore. noon. Hon. Rufus S. Frost presided. The review of the pa st. year sitoweo that the oeht had been reduced 135oo. leaving tbe present liabibries Ten new members wele elected. The old board of .otheers W48 re-elected. with two changes 111 the bo krd of directors. C. M. h ittleseY auk) WiLUsinF. Richardson being added. , Crodes in Sunday School Studies. ' The meeting' of the Sunday school teach. ars and Workers and of parents. in the oar of the Second Church yesterday afternoon. was one of special interest. The attendance was unusually large. Rev. a (- Spaulding presented the topic: 'Graded Courses of Study for the sunday School." in au able manner. and gave all who heard him a new idea of the value and elliciencl of this scheme of teaching Sunday school elasse The persons present geuerally took part in the discussion of the topic. Matinees on tr Moitc lay. Memorial day will be observed at all the theatres except the Hollis by tnecial matlneesthe Globe offering "A Dark Secret." the Park presenting 'Jim. the Penman." tho Boston giving "The Word." the How. ard introducing "Peck's Bad Boy." the Museum stage being occupied by "Little Lona IauntieroY." ADAXSOle 1 Balsam cures coughs and colds. 1 P,4e. 4. it WELL DRESSED BOIS Are not alone their "mothers' delights.4 EVERY ONE is charmed with childreq , becomingly attired. Today we offer a new lot of b TENNIS BLAZERS, the pretties , 01 things you ever saw, suitable for age 12 to 27price $3.50 We have 2 SAILOR SUITS for TODAY also( at sis cts. 300 STRICTLY ALT4 WOOL SUITS, two pieces (ages 4 14 13), at $2.87, and ONE HUNDRELA MORE of our famous COMBINA4 TION SUIT, three pieces and cal for $450 The boys' department is deservedli i popular, not alone on account of ou low prices, but for the quality an strength of the garments we make to .., children's wear. . G. W. SIMMONS & CO., 3a to 44 North Street, Boat. CAMBRIDCC The Cambridge Aldermen granted sixtbi class licenses to J. W. Wilcomb druggist. 4 152 Harvard street, and John F. Ca Cambridge street. The Mayor was Indium ized to draw his warrant on the city tree, urer for 537 in fever of J. B. Baditer4 balance due for the introduction of beating and ventilating system into the Poetic Kly School. In joint convention a hearing wan given upon the petition asking for appropriation towards completing the so diers' monument. Rev. Alexander McKen zie. Dr. H. J. Marcey. Dr. Clark. Sanford Dudley. Senator Kingsley and Ps,. Burt Phi lips spoke in favor of the project. D. A4 Buckley, editor of the Cambridge Neel opposed the work, in so far as it was to completed by the Cobb Brothers. The be lug was closed without any action. MARINE NEWS. Arrived Tuesday. Stem.. Ponobsoot, Ingraham, Bangor md and passengere, Calvin Austin; Star of the Eas Baker, Bath, mdse. and passengers. Charles Hyde; George A. Chafee, Proctor, Gloucester; Tree mont, Donovan, Portland, mdse. and Antasengers, Charles F. Williams; State of 31 nine, film at, John, N. B. ' via Eastport and Portland. mills aud passengera,Williani H. K ilby. Tugs. Argus. Bernard, Philadelphia: C. M. Winch Smith. towing boreal', Lizzie IL. Wing, and Jost)) Webber, New York. Tug Argue. Bernard, Philadelphia. Schooners, Pavilion, Jonuson, Machias, lumber) Lillian, Ryan, Penobscot, brick; Marcia liatief4 Cole, (olutnbia Falls, ale.; Sarah F. Hyde, iturpbyi Port Morton. N. S. lobsters; Rattle (Br.), Harringl ton, St. Jam. N. B., lumber; Gleam& (Br.). Sto.: Kiel. St. John, N. B. lumber; Judith Ann, Lawry.! Northeast Harbor, 1447. So Amherst (Jr.), Norris.i Advocate Harbor, N. S., lumber; Hale Todk(Br.). Smith, Advocate Harbor, N. S. lumber; E. Norris (Bro. Anthony. Bear River, N. S., piling; Risk (BLit, aleteghtin, N. S., piling; Nellie G. Darla., Davis, Lockport. 24. S., lobsters. Davis, Lockport, N. S. lobsters; Ann Parker., Morse, Rockport, stone; J. M. Paton, Parsons, Rock; port, stone; Marcia, S. Lewis, Kelley. Philatielphi coal; M. E. Eldridge. Kelley, Philadolphia. coal Newell IL HAW8e, Kennedy. Raritan - River. N. J. Josiah IL Smith, Case, Baltimore, coal; 'Lucy Maid Wan, Addison, lumber. Cleared Tuesday.' ateamers, Star of the East. Baker. Bath, Charlet! H. Hyde; Tremont. Donovan, Portland, Charles F . Williams; Yarmouth (11r.), Citanwood, Yarinoutti N. S., John 0. Hall itt Co.; Penobscot, Ingrabamg Bangor, Calvin Austin; James Watt (Br.), Petnai New York. 4.). E. Mudge: Virginian (Br.), FM lAverpool, Thayer & U1100111; fla ituyter Arfsten, Antwero via New York, (1111 & Lootzi State of MR.Ine,filiyard, Portland. William H. KilbY4 Bark Claribel (Br.), Brown. Rosati, Hathaway Co. Schooners. Bahia:MI, Tapley, Bangor, Mt, Silut Sanbore ; Jessie D. (Rr.), Hatfield, Port Groins, N. K., Barclay & Co.; Lillie Bell (Br.), Erb, St. John, N. IL Hathaway. & Coo Pride of the Port, PailOtilit Port 'Matoon. N. S., &Me Sanborn; Lottle B. Br. Scott, St. John, N. it. Robert Splane Cu.; Jame, B. Pace. Garfield. Windsor, N. S., Doane & Co. Franconia, Trice, St. John, N. B.. James L. Sul van; Gondola (Br.), Idartim Alma, N. B.. Jame! Stevenson. Stevenson; Charles C. Dame. Dante!.. Refine and Baltimore, J. U. Conant & Co.; G. D. Witherel Garfield, Bangor and Balutnore, J. K. Conant Co.; American Team, Handy. Kennebec) and Ne York, J. W. Linnell; Annie J. Pardee, Crosby, Kent nebec and Washington. D. C.. J. W: Linnell; Can't Walksr, Starkey. SL John, N. B., Hathaway & Co. J. It. Atwood, Condon, Port Medway, N. S. Sil Sanborn; Judith Alin, Lawry, Lockeport, X. S. - silas Sanborn; Sarah E. Hyde, Murphy, For Matoun, N. S., IP, L. Clements & Co.; Manzamll (Hr.). Knowlton. Parrsboro. N. S.. John SE Ball Co. galled Tuesday. Steamers. star of the East, Bath, Ma: Kansas Liverpool; aldose. London t Yarmouth, Yarmouth, N. $o Williamsport, Philadelphia; West Cumbe land. Musquaall, N. B., James Watt. New York Slutwmut, towing barge Atlas. Philadelphia; 311ar towing barges Antelope and P. C. Merryman, Not folk, Vs. Tugs. Argus, towing ship Cashmere.Philadelphisig Cyclops, towing brig IL C. Sibley and barge a awl tier K. Maad and Mereedita. Bangor, Me. Brigs, isabell Allalcom, East Lon don,Sou th African Lucy W. Snow Cape Verde Islands and Africa' Neptime. FayaLaAzores. via Halifax, N. S. Schooners, Laura E. Messer, Windsor, N. S.; J. S Lamprey, Kennebec and Philadelphia; Annie McKean, Joggins, N. S.; Celina, Kennebee illid Bal- timore; Karelia. Kt. John. N. It.; ATMS Currier, Quaco. N. B.; John Stroup, Moncton, N. Bo Maim Joggins, N. 84 Emma E. Potter, Clementsrt, 14.; J V. Wellington. Kennebec; and Ehlia&ignia; William C. l ranch, Kennebec and Pibladelphia Nellie F. Sawyer, Enos IL Minya. Fred Welton an a large fleet of coasters, eastern bound; Velina., Rachel Seaman, Kennebec and Philadelphia; Ada Itowlby. Bowlby, Itabboni, Bangor, Me.: James B. Pare, Windsor, N. 8.; Annie J. Pardee, it enuabea anti Washington, D. - C. Viking, Bangor; Er!, ',mace N. B.; Cox and Great, Lizzie Babcock, F. T. Onsita Annie IL Alien. S Fire Department Changes. Ladder companies 4. 6 and 12, and bet company 7 will be disbanded as call con panies Friday, May 31, aud organize on permanent basis. , , Marvellous Beyond Precedent Is the effect of SozonoNT upon the who m i econoy of the mouth, keepin th g e gum rosy and healthy, the teeth in perfect order giying to the breath a balmy fragrance. kryswriox is called to the fact that. fetw the better accommodation of it$ pstrons the old line of steamships, Boston. Balifat. & Prince Edward Island Steanniblo Cow . pally. will hereafter sail on Wednesday kit noon for Ilalifax, Cape Breton and Pnnce Edward Island, Instead of Saturdays st heretofore. -- YACHT Trunlyrritnit is carried in great sal rtety. and upholstering same doue prompla by Fable's Furniture Co.-. ed Canat street. 1 trA Lir ft n SArcE. The most dencious rep in the world. Palatable and healthy. ! GIMMMINENIIIIIENIMEMIONEEP SPECIAL NOTICES. Omagoodao THE BEST WORM LOZENGES tor Cu !tong are )3aows'a Yalta IvVos Comyita, 25 eta box. 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