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VOL IlVNO f > 8 NEW YORK THURSDAY OCTOBER 28u 1886 MICE TWO CENTS ill
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r READY FOIL TIII UNVEILING
FEAN FOIl A itinANntiTinnTicntits
f2v LAN AMt HtTUH
JJo rnrt of Intorrllnic Nlikla I nml n Nnlei or
Conniii Ikut will MnIe l Thlnn < JU kTlie
Freedom or Ikei City lr 1 llilrl > nlill
t Tho thick Ir fog mitt rain that dilttod
over tho bay from daibronk until nightfall yes
terday made tho huge Btatuo of Liberty En
lightening tho World seem to loom up in loftier
r proportions than ovor to tho spectators who
torn week pnt hnvo gathered along tho Bat
tery sea wall to Uazo nt tho ntnluo and tho
hips at anchor beneath hor shadow It woe
easier to comprehend tho nlzii of tho stnluo for
tho fosr Khut out tho Inmlsinpo boyond and
I partly obscured tbu vnsHnlB nt anchor near tbo
island The order of tlio vessels which aro to
sail In thn naval pnrado wns Belled Tho trim
llttli Oovoumout steamer Godnoy Capt
Crosby was dotillod to load Iho hoot In her
wako will como Ihu larger BleamorH mid
tho yachts A socoud eoctlou of tho
stoamors which will follow will lo led
by tho Cheney n harbor Boner Places
were assigned to 10j vofucls but thoro
will b about ISO in line an arrangement hav
ing been made by which others may full In line
I any tlmo up to 123 oclok todav The sailors
and marine who nro to take part In tho laud
varado will b Inken on board tho lighter Ad
miral tho tugs Kovona and Conqueror and tho
coast survey steamer Daisy and landed at
West FIJtysovonth street They will reem
bark after passing tho Presidents stand In
Madison square and hasten back to tho ships
In ordor to tnko part In tho exorcises on the
shIps after the President roaches tho island
No change has lon made In the lino of march
the obstructions In Fifth avenue havlug been
removed The column can beet bo soon in Fifth
avenue above Madison Bijuaro The most nota
ble feature of tho land exorcises of tho day
utter tho President reviews tho procession will
bo the Jmtlejoie of 10000 rounds which will be
Orod at tho Battery by the troops under Brig
Gon Fitzgerald at the moment of the unveil I
ing of tho statue At the same moment all tho
cuunon In tho harbor will bt fired maklngsuch
a roar as never was hoard here before In or
der to Insure that the guns be fired together a
red ling will be waved on tho Inland live min
utos before tho vill is dropped in order that
all commanders may got their mon ready
Carpenters worked in the rain nil day lone
yesterday building a now stairway from the
pier on the inland UP to tho top of the earth
work and a wide walk In the place of the old
narrow ono thonco to the fort Teats of tho
j electrical appliances were made and every
p thing was found satlfactory The veil a
beautiful French Hag will not bo stretched over
tho face of the statue until this morning Thoao
In chnrge on the island said that ovorylhlnV
would be ready for tie ceremonies today
The weather tho signal service officer sold
last night would bo favorable today Tho
rain wits practically over at midnight and lolo
was to b expected today But It would prob
ablY b a cloudy day wltb light winds ho said
Overcoats and wraps will probably be neodod
by nil spectators
M Bartnoldl lund most of the members of the
French delegation spent the early part of yes
terday In their hotels In tho afternoon the
freedom of tho oily was presented to M Bar
tnoldl In thn City hull The Aldermens cham
ber was decorated with French and American
eolors in shields and banners Over the por
trait of Lafayette wore the intertwined colors
A large trench banner was on the column at
the loft of Ue Chair After I little breeze as to
the distribution of tickets had been quieted by
zlvlng thor to Clerk Twomoy for distribution
tho Aldermeu were ready to receIve
the visitors who had arrIved at the
Mayors olllco Mayor Urnco escorted
z them to the Aldermen chamber President
Nooney shook hanilo with the delegation and
welcomed them Thou tbo Aldermen in the
front row vacated their seats and BO ted tho
French guests In < tlm big chairs A Bartholdl 1
sat at tho right of tho Mayor WhO took the
Beat of the President of thu Board und Count
do Lohseiis took < peal on the Majors left The
preamble and evolutions ouVred by tho Bar
tholdl Committee were read by Mr Carvallio
A copy of tho roHOlntlonn wn attested and de
livered to the Mayor for presentation to the
guests Tlio rotjlutlons thanked M Bnrtholdl
and his nn8ociats for the statue welcomed
the Frenchman ns tho guests ot the city and
recommended thnr the day of tho celebration
be a municipal holiday Mayor Grace said
M niRTiioini I ho cilient of > ew York take it special
and peiullur pride in the great tatuo which today
atnmlA al the entrance lu our harbor They are not
J In leed unmindful ot the nutlonal i Igninutince nf the
generou ali Mplitndld klftof iotir people to the people
of the Lulled Stites ant thy fully chOre Iho national
tntlilKlasm nhlLh that gift lice uroiieil They feel a
do all patriotic iltuene llio debt of grutltudo
which they ua to Ihu bruto nation met allied
r itself hlhdr forefathers in the ditrk days of the
list olutin and wine aided them In lighting the battle
ot IlUrrl whose olltiOllle v I III ilrAlllled to It nil cii leon
all tmpn e lo tie uucu of freedom throughout Ills
civilized world lint they are In u more nnrrow and
strictly local ulixtf untuned that this beautiful boddess
of Libertv the ireutluli of > our Imagination is to stein
at their gatewn ttiid they hae wished to mark their
gralincailun by an Xlriorliiibr ixirifrlon of tom
Sir tile man whose genlm hu lomeiMid und whose
energy IIH arried to oUIctul completion the splendid
work Viliuh to morrow lot tie unveiled to the world
cconliiul I have tiein ctinHen bv the Common Coun
cil of the ell of Now York rfpreMtitiiig her ntUeii lo
besluu upon 3 > u the frieili of their city This uuuuaI
mark otreipet t will add nothing to your laurel > i > ur
I a I t I lni p irald a nclaud uth the gruut work
which owes ltd existence to your gcnlu and I nn
douot itl > hull uu niproi 1 > rlate and lustIng plaLo in the
luemur of n great I < > l le
I therefun in the name of the citUena ot New York
present toj ou full iruruom tu thilr cIty mid atallmy
lilt ot the ocLasliin 10 enliripo In theIr bihalf their
gralllude t the author unit creator ut the ulntno vlncll
v111 foroer remain u 1 splendid ornament of their metropolis
1 Bartholdl replied in DIsh
IE MtYoii AND MruiiKitt 1 nr Tub ItoAim or ALP QNKIV
You will ehellee IIIC it 1iiin not elite to make apepch
but t know J jiim J tiiiniicn oc > our lnuiuutf I to express tu
you I tie frfttiiifn ill l kritltliiJt ihat I ettfrtaln I am
doubly UK ve < l bj ttlli I llllCt excel tlolml liontr that an I
conev l to me I oiilinut ny nnw iiiuctl I an grateful
If I lout at uork I ntnutd
I my u alllId lu ui kiiouleiliiu hat
I hay not done It nlon fur It IN I j our counto men who
have benn my tolnburirs 1 lie rirst tune I came
to New York nnd ClOt > our harbor I found out not only
the pUce for the nmtue hut colauorcr in I the work If
I look nnl W In my hear 1 dare icy thul M 1 the sympathy
whicn I will go out tui on can Oliver luilll theilepthsof
feeling which 1 tiue lor the peoplu of Now ork and
the peoplu ot America I thank nu for 3 our kindly
feeling and fur tlm honor which la paid tome ou title
day
dayM
M Doschnnipn VlceProsldentof tho Munici
pal Council of Janis thanked Iho Aldermen on
behalf of ibo city of 1nrH and complimented
the nubile Institutions of Now York city
to Instutons clr
From Ibo City Hall iho rnrrlngoB took the
delegates to the Irodnco ichauge There
tho brokers had uverylhlng ready for a great
time and It wits ono constant tumult of cheer
ing at long a < tho Frenchmen stayed Tho
visitors wiru nuelved by President James
JlcUno In inn Mnnngir room Al llartholdl
hilt n Proaldent Jkiioos right nnd Count do
Lesneps on his Ill Tbo delegates But lu n
semicircle hclow thor Wlutn ln > nldont Mc
Oeo hnd welcomed them M lllelnrd ot tho
Paris Chamber of Commerce responded In
French lon Count da Leusepa spoke
10 La8npa IPOI0
and M llartholdl made a speech In I
male
Jnttliflh Tho delegate stepped out lo the
vlsliors gallon from which tie tricolor floated
in their honor Tho Instant thoy appeared tile
wholn throng of members massod on the lloor
below and sang the MuruulUlsto with a 1001
that stirred the hourl of tile delegates M I
Ijarlholdi and Count do I > ee4ps spoke and
then all the dolegntes wout down to the Ex <
change floor The brokers formed In double
ranks the onllro length of the building and
cave three ilma throe with 1 tiger that
seemed to make tlm building shake Then
tbero worn other hPxeclien
In the Mnrltimo Kxchnnga thoro was another
welcome of exceptional uarmtli and then Ibo
delegates ven xoptouul their lintel <
Alter their dinner a the Hollmun House the
delegates wore motived by the members of the
Union LeHguo Club Wherever tho eyes of the
irenchraeii romuml they rested on beautiful
decorations Hllk Imnners were hung ou every
ship the tricolor lntnrtwliiod with tbo star
and BtrlPPB Nmntor William M Evarts linked
his arm with touni do LHSSOPSS at the head <
the party Chnunnjy
Donew Irosldout of
tilo club slllnea his lelloW through M
i Unrthnldl and two by two tbrouib part
uijcouded to tile theatre It was changed
10 it bciwgr 01 nuiidln
I b1 lr Plants nnd
noldlol
flowers Edward Moritn paInting of iho
Htlu of LIberty which Jorepb WT Drexel
ownslun ab n tholltl tnlO upon which Ihe delo
nilea mood For an hour they worn koPt busy
I xclmng lie greotlngH Among thoRn who bbook
hands with liar hioll I nnd hiHcoil ngiis blnok
LHmtiQv I T Jomw lon PhllSlieridiui
Ibl Hhorldal
AlleIiitiiltt rroieur 1VrcM Ittilt Hoer Ads
Dilrul A 0 llhiiid At 11 clock thu dmegatea
s 0111011101
JMTII J 10 lint dining room Tbu delegates
1 dined in an alcove by ihnm jlo Itonldu the
tables lowered a minlntnro nt the Llburntv
baVu lelllea by electricity UP stairs another
I banquo wan sprl111 for tile throng of visitors
vl6lor8
baCllot cm
fu dl Loueops wits entertained nl break
Field otrlnv nl DelmnnlcoH by Cyrus W
J 101l Among those it besides Count doHa
I Leasoi1sai1i his tlutuiitir wprn Noillileon
Ll Jy7
Oon tnu ltr NIleon
oOtb fade 1 htule the lion L 1 Nor
5ih I e Jtuy Dr henry l Field L lorton
i3Rtboldi and the French > will
< dll jfsatlonnwm
i wi
= c at banQuet an tp oll Blat
t I DO 10 lO U OA 1
1 day evening Prince Louis Napoleon H at
tend the cerrnioulnH of tho unveiling I
onivlnls of tho Now York Central thn New I
York Now Haven and Hartford and tho liar
lim HnllrondH fotlmntid lust night that about
3IIUWI 1 piussenuore In oxcea of tho usual num
ber hnd arrived In the city over those roads
during tho last tortynlgbt bourn Largo in
cursions which are due at tho Grand Control
Depot before 10 oclock this morning will
double this llguro The Now Jersey Central
nnd the Ponnvivanla RaIlroads report but n
Blight Incrcnnoof passenger traffic however
and doubt whether they will bring to the city
oven lr > DUO peonlo who come specially to nt
land the unveiling It is probable that abut
lODDIK peoplo nro In tbo city especially on ac
count of todnys ovont
Thirty crooks ot various specialties who hnd
been arrested as suspicious poisons wore
nrrnlgncd yesterday and rnmnnded Inspeclor
UyriiiS told them that Instead of thinking It n
hardship thoy ought to be grateful for lining
kept out of templnllons way A hundred de
tectives In stone clothes will b on Iho lookout
today for any crooks thnt may bo nt largo
TIlt polloo arrangements for prnporMng or
tier lUl oil a wholesale bcalo SuperlnliMidniit
Murray will bl on llodlows Isianti with it
policemen Inspector StoorB will lmo 5H
moro nt thin Ilattnry and UUU will wi distributed
uluug tho line of inarch <
1ltKSIDKXT CIKrKlAUD IN XOlfff
Ho Arrived Lust Kvrnlnaj with Bler limy
nrdf Waillnnyt XtiiniHr tied Vile
President Cleveland accompanied by Sec
retary Bayard Secretary Whitney Secretary
Lamar PostmnstorGonernl Vitas and Col
Dan Lament arrived In town laet ovonlnl to
be present at Libertys unveiling Tho party left
Washington at t5U In the afternoon In Presi
dent Uobertsfl now private car attached to the
limited express The car IB numbered 120 but
has not yet been named Tho same porter who
saw tho Presidents bride safely to Washington
last sprIng attended to the wants of tilt pnrly
yesterday A dinner was prepared for the tile
tiugulftriod travellers but they were not hun
tnlul8hod travolnr
gry and they partook of a lIght luncheon at 5
oclock Instead
Tho train arrived In Jersey City at 920 A
few persons who had heard ot the Presidents
coming were at tho depot Inspector Hymns
and Detectives Slovln llogers and McCloskey
were on hand in ordinary clothing The Presi
dent was the < Unit to alight lie and Secretary
Whitney entered a carriage and tbo rest ot tho
party took another carriage Thny emceed the
Hudson on 1 DenbrosseB street ferryboat Dad
were driven to Secretary Whitneys house at
Fifth avenue und FiftyBevonth street
Col Lnmont said that the party would return I
to Washington tonight at G oclock
rHElcEB PULITICH IN run EIGHTH
Grady Una Been link In a liny but Tim Will
lie JIuek from Vnsklnaton ToJny
Tho Oriental campaign for Congress In tho
Eighth district has bon onesided since Mr
Timothy J Campbell went to Washington on
Sunday to lay in 1 supply of patronage and
green groceries for use In the campaign Ho
with his followers
loft the most glowing assurances
lowers of what would happen when he return
ed and as he announced that ho would b
about tho district this morning a showor of
manna green groceries and other fat things Is
expected when ho walks alone Grand street to
the Orlenta Club
In the mean time oxSenator Grady has boon
bard at work He holds several meetings every
day and speaks at them all He went to tbo
Thomas Shells JeffersonIan Club of the
Fourth district In the early part of last even
ing and later went to C2 Pitt street 278 Mon
roe stroot and 320 Henry stet and male a
speech at each ol them besides saying a few
things alone the way He ha tho district or
ganized and his men aro hard at work In the
aanlzd
Fourth llrynnRollly exAlderman Urady and
John J Delaney are in charge in the rllxtb
Ed McCue President of the Jeffersonian Asso
ciation and Dan Murphy and In thel ightb
Moritz Herzberg an art gallery monopolist
who would like to b In Congress himself Be
sides there is a lot of other men who nro moro
prominent In their respective factions who do
not let their lames appear prominently
Among them may be mentioned Ilarney
Itourke John E lirodskj Charles lielllr and
George Hall who would shed n few artlllolal
tears to hide their joy should Mr Campbell bo
defeated
The Congress debt has put some nice politics
into the Sixth and Eighth district nomina
tions In the Sixth WIJ MoKenna Secretary
of tho Tammany District Committee received
trw United Democratic > nomination for Axaom
bly Ho IB n bookkeeper for H It Claflln t Co
where he has boon > since the firm of A T
Stewart t Co went out of business Ho waa
educated at the Thirteenth Street Evening
High Hcbool and is an exceptionably good
nomination for that locality Tho nominee for
Alderman is Guslav Monnlnger 1 County Dum
ocrnt Uohn Simpson formerly HarborlMaster
Is running ns a llenubllcnn and he says he will
bn elected although the Republican ote last
year was onlv lUOO The Republicans made
no nomination for Alderman and Gradys
friends assort that there I 1 deal with Camp
bell that he shall get tho Itopubllcan machine
vote and Simpson tbo County Democracy ma
chine vole Campbells friends ohnrgo that
Grady has made a similar deal Simpson nx
peclR to crush out thin Stlebllng faction that Po
lice Commissioner French cave partial recog
nition to In tho appointment of inspector
After a survey of the tangled condition of tho
Hlxtli Grady said last night that he would get
4500 votes there Campbell said before ho
went to Washington that Grady would Jot
about I 000
Tbe Eighth la like In concentrated cussed
noel to the Sixth Philip lleujnmln had ex
pected to get tho County Democracy nomina
tion tin Alderman but I was given Charles
loBell Pnlllp Wleslg a Tammany
oswnl Jbll ammlny man re
ceived tho united nomination for the Assem
bly Mr Benjamin line made war on Mr lbs
well and seekS his scalp Mr Iloaweil says that
in case hn IB slaughtered bo will go down
Bonked InCnmpbells blood JohuW OKrlcu
doosnt live in the district any moro and his
lieutenants they wore not Bay considered that In the deal wIth Campbell
SIR auonan raitr CUNPIDEXT
Five Hpcexkee Lat Niche ad Not n Doubt
or JII El ttlt m IB any One of Them
Henry George rode around In 0 car > mat
night to a meeting of the Seventh Assembly
District Henry George Club at 1C Clinton place
Ho went from there to 159 Forsytb street and
made a threa minutes speech to the downtown
waiters in the Eighth Assembly district From
there he was drlvon up to Irving Hall
The men and women employed in the boot
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and shoe trade had engaged Irving Hall aud
Invited their employers and all those Interest
ed In the shoe and leather trade to attend Not
a fuwcamo and listened Intently to many of
tho speeches David Ilealy prominent among
labor reformers was tho first speaker Miss
Margarottn Moore of tie first Ladles Land
League of Ireland spoke next She said that
Mr George was a true friend of Ireland nnd
Avery true Irishman know It While Miss
Moore was sneaking Mr George entered Ibo
hl Tits audience stoodlup and cheered A
tr Miss Moore had finished hor address Mr
George said <
I This
thank you for your enthusiastic meeting
spirIt and the spirit eterywhere showa ui that I will
be elected Mayor on Tuesday next
bAOII lIre i tile I poitlclans alii r our main atrength lay only
with the Hermans How Tammany Mall 1 thinks I that 1
f0 l oT kl
Km especially strong among the Irtih and It Is I laying I I
pipes to gel the voters It I has lot back Into lu strong
hold I see right here many friends whom I line met
In the pal In fact 1 mlitht ejy this Is I
an Irish reunion This lady Mm Moore
who has Just been speaking to you I ilrsl met In a I
juntln < car In Ireland liter there Is I the first nine
Patrick 01 that I sent me lo Ireland lleyoud Is I n
gentleman James Kedliath > with whom 1 have unloved
thecoinfortoanhnglisli prison I hear Ihe hnglisli
are swinging Into line and are going lo support me The
llohelnlaua and the hcandluat tana are not behind The
least Itliaus and tile Krench are neither the last I nor the
We have been old that we are Democratic ami
are reeking lo subvert this Dovrnmriit i Welt Arl jean I
soy Is I Just wait mull election day and see It the sus
picions are true They have the money but tn thll
election money counts for nothing Vs e have the totes
and we will make them count
I hope thai every worklngman will not work o nest
Tuesday hut will go lo the polls and see Hint no tricks
are plc eli at Ihe ballot bole I am Iho tamlldaleof the
workingmen for Ma > or alt ou are lo elect me
Mr Ooorgo then wont to n meeting at lit
Wust Fourteenth street where bo stoke for
I Y mlnutiB Later ho wont up to the Twenty
third Assembly dIstrIct and nmdo 1 long
<
BpeHch lo the members of the Knickerbocker
Labor Club at the Mount Morris Academy
lUllh street and Third avenue He cold that I
be wns sure that be would be electnd tho next
Major and there was not the least doubt of It
Mr George returned to the Colonnade hotel
very tired and wont < bd
Aamed for Vogrea I
JutIe William L Bnrwell has aawcted the
b 0 lnatkia t the rUSt Loulilsaa district
g ob eoloj C pIliZ U lQ tbj
I DANIELSS IW 0 M FAILING
TllB CO3II11TTKK Uf UftK nVKDRED 1
BVIJUllNE Kill JIKiriTT
Tie CnlkolloCaurck INnl Friendly Sin Gnorunm
Coiidlducr Allen Tkoriiillkn Itlofi Amlnat
Hplnnlit f nr Cnumrttn In tk e Tenlk
GOV Hill arrived nt tho Hoffman Houeo
yesterday afternoon Ho will bo thoro today
Ho saw several gentlemen who are Interested
In Iockhftms election Reports from Inside
sources for the last two days have boon Tory
favorable I a voto bad been taken n week
ago Daniels would have probably bad 20000
plurality Now ho would bo defeated and un
less some chances occur among certain classes
of voters between now and next Tuesday Jus
tice 1ookliam will bo Amoolato Judge of tho
Court of Appeals for tho next fourteen years
Justice Daniels canvass wan a trlllo prema
ture and bombastic Justice Daniels IB a good
mou stern rigid and uncompromising Ha
IB not poor but ono of the richest men in Uuf
alo Ho has no personal afllliations witlt the
worklnirmuu and tho cry that ho was a work
Inamono candidate subsided ns do the last
lllckerlngs of a tallow dip burned to the
end Ills nee was not generally known
through tho State and whon the thrifty
farmers found out that I elected ho would
bu unable to liii half ot his term on account of
the age dlsiiunllllcntlon and that ho would
dlsluaIJ tll
draw 110 pension for tho rest of hie life tho
Daniels boom subsided In thn cities his pro
hibitionist views nro hurting him The Ito
publican managers are trying to get along with
little money and thnt little IH to bo spent for
Warner Miller Ho Justice Dantolss campaign
Is not ns rosy us I wan
Congressman Htablneckor Is having tr ublo
to got buck to Congress from the Fourteenth
district composed 01 Woslchcstor county mid
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tho Twentyfourth Assembly district His op
ponent is James Wood who Is backed by ox
Collector Robertson There is a gool deal nf
Coloctor
dissatisfaction In Westnhestor county with
the way Mr Htnhlneckorn friends con
trolled tbo Assembly nominations Congressman
trole
gressman Stahlnooker was at tho Slab
bendauartors lostorday He had heard
that tuero was n deal arranged In the Twenty
fourth district to give tholtopubllcan vote to die
County Democracy candidates for Alderman
and Assemblyman in return for votes for Wood
The Twentyfourth Is tho only district in Now
York where Tammany and tile County De
mocracy are openly lighting each other I Is
tho old row between Col E T Wood and Flro
Commissioner 1urroy
Allen ThorndIKo Ice was nominated for
Congress in the Tenth district last night by
tile Republicans Judgn Fanchor declined
In the afternoon Mr Rice was nt tbe Repub
lican headquarters and had a long conference
there with the big politicians In charge Tho
district Includos the Eleventh Sixteenth and
EIghteenth Assembly districts and Is now
represented by Mr Hewitt Gen Bnlnola has
been nominated by Tammany Hal and re
ceived the County Democracy endorsement not
very cordially Ilvul ExHenator J Uampdun
Robb woo asked to run against Bplnoln
but declined Mr Rice is the editor of
tho Aurth American Ilerirw and wrote
several letters to Minister to England
ovorn
rholpn in their recent correspondence
aver Mr Iholpsp refusal to present him to the
Irlnce of Wales 1 Hn Is wealthy and belongs to
several promlnentclubs Assemblyman Robert
Ray Hamilton Col Cregan and IJnggase Agent
Bernard Illglln nro the Republicans who have
Mr Rices canvass in charge There Is a Re
publican vote ot 6000 or 7000 In tho district
and a moderate Democratic disaffection would
defeat Kplnoln Still Hptnolno shirt collar
Is stuck deep in tho hearts of the district
Mr Hewitt called at his headquarters twice
yesterday at 1 oclock in tho morning and 4
In the afternoon He held short conferences
with his friends each time experienced
politicians appear at the headquarters and 1
lot of amateurs are having fun conducting tho
canvass as It looks on the outside In reality
the County Democrats stay In the New Am
sterdam Club and bold their consultations
then Tbo Tammany men d their work from
the Wigwam The strikers this year are very
plentiful They como and ask for Mr Hewitt
and it he Is not there they ask for the Finance
Committee or for Polloo Justice lower Mr
Roosevelt too IB troubled probably D much
as the Democrats
Lithographs of Mr Hewitt have been plenti
fully distributed They one not a good like 1
ness and 1 needs tho label underneath Ono
thousand eight hundred were sent to Tam
many Hall and t 1800 for the County Democracy
A few all d more are for general distri
bution Copies of Mr Hewitts speeches in
German are being circulated Tho Republi
cans have begun to mail their tickets and cir
culars Tlm George people have begun to mail
their circulars and tickets so bave Grady and
other independent candidates Tammany and
the County Democracy will follow their usual
custom of not giving their tickets out until
the day before election
A business mens meeting will bo held at
Steinway Hall on Friday night Mr Hewitt is
cipnctnd to speak Meetings of Cooper Union
students will be hole at Apollo Hall and at
Eighth avenue and Thirtysixth street tonight
A Wall street clerk baa written to Mr hewItt
that he will support him on account of the
benefactions of Peter Cooper whoso sonIn
law Mr Hewitt ts
The following address signed by many mem
bers of the Committee of Ono Hundred who
havo withdrawn from that organization since
Its Issued action In endorsing Mr Roosevelt has been
We lhe undrKnd members a commIttee known
Blh tlIII 01 tine lullr alipolUtcIl 1 at a mt
lrt of Sillzene haul at the Acsileiiiy of bimllO Ill I June
lest I tl teuleving tiilit till electIon Ill i tito lion ra
N lwlt I oloe the boot IltOt at
our city lao thin mean to correct the trrnnenu
linprenlon that ha heel l made 1 that the whole of
soil committee 1011 favor of or nave endorsed the ran
litfActlof Mr Itoo ovlt Mr HaoHerelt was endorsed at
a uieellnff of lees I than one third of the member of that
comniitteehetnir reeni I and we iuo i till correction
tnd publicly announce uur support ot the Hon Abram
ii Hewitt
HIWII
hlKiied Oat Ottendnrfer Jamea W Gerard Peter
Merle Jennlngn M Cox William Illldreth Held Charles
Crate Walter Htanton William Ibleluway Horace K
Thurlier Frederick U Uldrldne h M UoitwIckVloitipb
llluincnthal anl lenrim W Van Myck I
lintel NEW Ions Oct 2r 1KMI I
There was distributed down town yesterday
n circular from tho Down Town Headciunr
tare of the lloosevolt Campaign Club Inviting I
members of tho Stock Eschango to attend a
mooting yesterday The circular was signed
by 1 A Drake R t O Murphy R H Thomas I
and J D Smith Of those gentlemen ono lives
In New Jersey another lives in Urooklyn an
other has his homo in Connecticut and tbo
fourth Is not registered to voto at this election
This circular caused considerable stir among
alonu
bankers and brokers and a committee hastily
formed started out nnd secured 250 signatures
protesting against the movement as pretend
lag to represent tho block Exchange
The following correspondence lIne paused
ODonobue and yesterday it was given to the publics by Mr
New Vo 110 Oct 25 IRRa
Mr 111cR MniMGiOK IKIIIUN it line heen neutrally
asserted that th tathollu Uerict ol till city am favor
Ahly dlpritfit toward the cundldueyol Mr HenryUvoriro
fur Mayor I JI are Inclined tu upport the socleI r sod po =
hituenl l view eatlresed In his platform I ilse growli
Jro
gray In the Cliii riOt and alI an old friend nf years oar
onally I therefore ventnrt to ak you 10 Inform me if
there Ir any foundation IC fact t for the aw rtlon mado
tiC Mr rinritt aupporten Vory faithtully and re
pectfullt your Jon J OUoxonui
Oeneral To the Itliht HOT tlonilgnorTHOMAS S rainua Vloar
lIUKisr Tmirrii SmlrtT New You Oct 25 Islet
Mr lees Ho 1 DPoionuit In reference to your letter
lust received I cal late with conllcUauu that the great
m lort > of tue calliillocliTKVot title I city are oOpouet
tuilii csnlt4ecy of Jlr ieorite They think nt nrnici
Iilta unound and UnesCo and contrary tn the leacliliiuI
of the Church I oJ have not wet one among the priests I
pII lo J
of tin archdtocr who would not deeply re
gret the election of Mr George tn any position
of Inlluenc Hla principle logically cried
out would prove the ruin ot tilt norklnKmen he pro
teases tn befriend haleter may be alt I think there
10 no Iluulol iii II the noltliui of the Ialholio clergy
And although we never Intrrtere dIrectly Inflection
wa would not wish h nuw tll bo mlkundiritooil at a time
when the heal Interekta ot SOCIetY maybe In danger
YOUI very Miicerelj iiinvii N 1msto
Jlr Jojuru J DUoKonci 57 Eat hUty ulnta tel
1olllleal Notea
The Irvine Hall Democrats of thn Twenty
first Aicmuly diitnct have eudoried the nomination of
Abraham 1 Jacob for Aeiemblyman
The HermanAmerican Independent Cltlieni of the
Second Aiemblj diilrlcl ratllled lat evening the coun
ty ticket of the United I Democracy and endorse theia
noniliialloiii For longren K I Hryce for ABembljr I
T If hlilvl and lor AMeriiian 1at Hlvver
The ilerniMiiAnieriOin Independent CitIzens of the
First A embly dilrlct In a meeting held lat evening
emtnrted tile nomination nt I Abram 8 Hewitt I for Mayor
Mill J tuminlng for IoiijrreAinan Uanll K Plnu for
ABotnhUiuan 1 and i John F Herrlgan I for Alderman
The rourth A embly district Irving Halt 110iiocratt
hay piidorcit the iiomli anon o Jeremiah Hnye for
iimliUiiiaii clii t of Daniel II I Duwllng for Alderman
I he Dalian I I rolitlLal tluli nf iho hvcoint AmeinMy die
trfi I met iit vveiuiiir ami 1 imniitiitou < ly uxree loop
port Jlr hewitt fur > la > or slid tlio reel of the Dvino
unite IIC list
U nilrr4of I the New York 8late Commute I nf the
NaTlnnaUireeiiliiuk luhor OI ptirly met CI Itt t nmht at the
< > llte > lluuoe and HiiIlK rurd DM Imuliig of an addreu I
cndorlng Ih nnnuiution of llenr tjenrje for Mavor
At the IrvilK Had tlintenllull fur lllelvnlh toilgre
aionaldiitrict held at 2J7 Third avenue lat eveniag
Gen Bplnola wak endorfd for Congress
Jam < Oliver wi t receive the nomination of Irving
Hall and of the Itei > uUllcau > for Aimubly l in tho hcconJ
1IIIrict tonight
CaxEmery
WABIITNOTOX Got 27Mr W V Car of the
United State lUh CommUnlon a nephew of ri t Cox 1
wuaaleUr rae this evening 10 Ulu Jell Jmry
lle 1 f JIOU ot 11 r cl Jmfl fu c U UI tbe Il old
Till GREAT KXPtlKia IwnllEnr
f p
Delecllvee ITu > lln > far She BIa who Stele
8SOOOO
800
l ST Loins OCt 27Mr Fothorlngham tho
Adams Express Companys agent who says
that n robber Bagged and bound him in hIs cnr
< in d escaped with about 50000 from tho Info
WAB at tho companys ollc this morning and
repented his story of Ibb robbery to a reporter
Ho made his ilatemerlt In a frank straight
for ward manner without tho slightest ombar
rasfntent or oonfuilori Ho said ho was welt
nwoiO circumstantial evidence pointed to
his bitl ng nn accessory to the robbery but that
ho batl nothing to conceal and ho D confi
dent tiho result of tbo Investigation would clear
him 01 i suspicion Tho only point In his
statement which was not given yesterday is
that the robber told Fotherlngham that ho had
nn ncconiflloo on tho train who I be tho rob
her was unable t carry out his plans unaided
would conio to his assistance
The com pany Is Investigating the case on the
theory that tho messengers etory Is true
Ho has not Ill I on arrested or oven placed under
surveillance liutho I Is In constant communica
tion with thin cfllceraot the company and tho
detectives whir have the case in hand anti In
apparently doll ig what ho can to assist them In
their attempt U discover the whereabouts and
identity of I robber Tho despatches from
Bprlnglleldprlilted hero this morning giving
Sprlnileld
the storvof n m M > who travelled from St Louis
with an individual I who answered the robbers
11
description and whoso satchel contained a
largo number of Hank notes tied up In pack
ages wore shown to Jlr Damsel Ho Bald If
nes story was truw 11 I was a very Important dis
covery but there n era so many stories afloat
011 like nature that U was d I men It to select the
probable from tho improbable I oluos The de
tectives bavn several 11 lues and am hard at work
Fothorlnghnm In relating Ills experience
with the robber toJa siild After binding
me Cummings n hT > called himself took tlm
key to tho safe from anY pocket unlocked tile
safe and took the pou tides out Ho tboti took
his gripsack and open 1 It tried to force the
coucbes In without Oixmlng thor but could
not do BO He then tqo k his knife from his
pockot cut the pouches o pen and removed their
contents He removed I omo articles of ololb
Ing from his bag and tlnow thor outof tho
window on the south sldo of the car Wo woro
then somewhere near loll moo should judge
for wo had just passed tit rough 1 tunnel Ho
transferred Ibo money to Iis hog and was then
ready to make his escape Before he left ho
said to me
You would surprised If I told you who
11m I said I dont know an I would
Well bo continued I nai Jim Cummings
the last of tho Jesse James g ung I was in that
Blue Cut job and only got 1500 out of It
SInce thou I havo pnssnd con Bidnrable time In
Australia and San Francisco He seemed fa
miliar with the names and doings of the vari
ous members ot the James hang When wo
began talking removed th u sag from my
mouth but when the train inched n point
near Pacific he replaced it 6 o that I could
make no outcry In the mean tine threatening
to blow my brains out I I attorn ptod to attract
any ones attention
To test the messengers statei font a snaroh
was mauls for the clothes whlclv ho said tbo
robber had thrown from the car On the south
side of the track near Mnrlmoo sav oral articles
of clothing and some old papers and printed
songs were found and have beam brought to
this city One of the garments tonsured 88
Inches around the waist bearing out Fother
laKhams I statement a t the size 0 t the wear
Sr who Is I supposed of course to be tho rob
ber A number 1C collar was also fo und Tho
opinion Is gaining that the messenger was In
noway accessory t the robbery
MAr as A DOUBLE MVJlOKIt
Two Men HerteiDlT Blabbed by II rajicer
Who Made kla Eeeapc
In a fight yesterday aftornoon at Third av
enue and Nlnetynlnti street Thomas Igo of
238 East 107th UtUlet IJ4 Patrick McCarthy of
172 Bant 102d street were stabbed In tile abdomen
domen br a man who made biB escape Dot
are dangerously wounded McCarthy is a
bricklayer and leo is a laborer employed at the
yards and coal station of the elevated railroad
atNln > tyninth street
A number of men who were employed carting
ashes at the elevated road yards wont on a
strike yesterday and refused to go back to
work when Mr Qerraty who employs them
ordered them t BO back Their places were
Illlod by new men The old hands threw stones
at tho men who had taken their places ana
several nJTrays occurred In tho course of the dar
At about 4Konlocfc while several men were
disputing about tbelr pay McCarthy and Igo
camo UD and bal something to Bay A
stranger whom no one had noticed befor
was loaning against the wnl and ho Raid
something which irritated Igo who struck him
In the face They fought and McCarthy tried
to separate them Suddenly Igo cried Im
cut and tUo stranger was seen ruunlngdown
the avenue Igo staggered and fell McCarthy
<
discovered blood coming through his own
clothing Both men were taken to the Presby
terian Hospital
Joeplnl
The surgeons found that both men were
tabbed in the abdomen and that their Injuries
mire extremely dangerous McCarthy when
questioned said ho did not know the man who
tabbed them The pollco believe that Igo
kiows who he Is I but be would not tell
Witnesses say the man Is about 23 yearn old
and wore dark clothes and H Derby hat Both
of the injured men have families
T nidcefleld nnd 1crt Cheater Hallremd
GREENWICH Oot Arrangements have all
been made the money obtained and the contracts
awarded for computing the nidcefleld and fort Chester
Itallniad which will bring Danbury weitern Connecti
cut and western Massachusetts an hour nearer New
York and give 1 the New York and New Englaad lull
wny an important connection Secretary Scott of the
Itidgefliild and Iort Chester alii yesterday that grading
and track laying would he begun afwdaya The
road hat hen surveyed and much of the grading baa
ouroye
ready lieen done and it in believed that the traIns will
he runntinc from Danbury to New York next ummer
Tne road strike tbe New York and New Havena tack
at Eat tort Chester la the town of Greenwich and
will connert at Ilanburr with thw llnuatonlo aa well I
ai New York and New England I Where the money came
from to flnfsb the road Is not known but la I believed to
have been furntihed by men who are interested In the
extension of lbs Second Atenue Elevated In lower
Chester County 1 la I alleged that 1 is I the purpose of
thoee who are r > hlng this scheme ultimately to build
the connecting link between tile Port Chester terminus
ot tbe Kldgefleld and Fort Thaller road and the upper
terminus thohecond Avenue hlevated Thla would
require only some twelve mlleN of track and would give
the New York and New England and the llousalonio an
independent entrance Into New lark city a
Tie Prayer for tko lrcaldent
CniOAOo OCt 27In the Episcopal Conven
tion today the proposition to lubstltute In the order
for evenng services prayer for civil authority In place
ot the eilstlng prayer for the Resident the United
Etatea excited much debate The prayer aa reported
from coot mIllie and aa sent down by the House of
HiHhons vied no mention of the Chief Executive by
his onlce tIlt Instead l contained the following I euIV
Ho rule the hearts of all thoe whom thou dost set In
aUlho11 over ua that they Ac The llouiie Costly re
jected the form proposed by the Uouse of Uishopa and
adopted tin prayer contained In the book of no
tt
flhc nthhrr orayer which If agreed to by
the House of ulshnpe at once become a part
of the rerined prayer book raadc Ho rule the
hearts of thy servant the President of the United
Htatea the Governor of this blat and all hlrJ
authority that tby Ac The printing te the phrase
the Oovernor of this ell In Italics convey the
notice that Us Use Is l permissive I stiles there may arias
Coca when tb hie f this phraso would or be ippU
cable
Indiana la War 1aUI
Four KEooir Mon Oct 27 These additional
particulars regarding the fight on the Crow reserve <
lon between Crow and SiouX Indians In whIch Ova of
the Sioux were killed and sculped nave been reported I
The Sioux left the Yankton Agency a short time ago to
raid I the Crow oamp on the Little Rosebud Concealing
their boric In a ravine they went Into the thinner
reconnoitre Their bore r found by the Crow
and Ideniirled A search was made and reiuiied II the
killing ot two SIoux ami three Crows and the wounding
of three of the latter The remaining hioux encaped
rortcueter and reported the light The Crows hails
war dance over the dead bodleiiol the hlonx shot theIr
bodies full of bullets and cut oil Hie head of one with 1
axe The Crows arc putting on paint and ore preparing
for OUt war to whites II la partly an Indian quarrel and not danger I
hlleOO
Oav Hill Hpenke In Newark
Oov HIll and Senator John n McPherson
spoke tn n large assemblage of Democrats In the dread
Opera House In Newark bit night dec Hills speech
u I greeted with freCuent rilmllla especially when he
denied h1 the DIrate Iry was for fcc IrI
alI salt that the belt danllln he b1 seen ot tie
Iflr of the pry wa hot set down iii I tile Deleocroile
1llorm 01 Mew Juy lie called Utica Ilie worliuiig
mon to stolid IOlhor stlil vote ohlly Cur tue pony
that haala supported theIr lolreis TOlblI
or ihe wortiolflnen ot th omy were 11010 U he
denIed thaI Ih Vmuuo lOr WSC diVIded In Mew
York emit sell that 1117 we ellilillng I eheulder to
shoulder ant would roll up ToolIng mejorilies I for
their odllt II < klll at Ilall Iou Ihrourh
leoiilylvaiiis he old 11lu a rlohlllK 10 be tile
friend ot lb orklnJUu slid thai everywhere h ell
I a the gUst ot tb most prominent woopalt
Ne > Ulmal 14ko It
There U no sub other eampendlam ot BSW or rnlmt J
rIA J t a I
FIGHTING hARD FOR A LIFE
EUMA racrrAMiiinn NVicinu m A
UALK ON AMST 1C I f till
Toner Merrl nn Onllnnt frrnrt tn Nitre Her
Mr Leon ilnvuriiTCre Trouble wIth n
Women who Deserted her lliiliniid
About fifteen minute before tho 9 oclock
ferryboat loft hor dock nt Fort Lee yesterday
morning I hack camo rnltliug down tu tbo ferry
houso and a young man bearing a leathern
hat box and evidently agitated emerged from
It and went quickly aboard tho boat taking a
seat In the mens cabin Just as the bOlt was
about to start n young woman neatly dressed
and of strikingly beautiful llgtiro ciiino brontlt
lossly down on foot anti barely succeeded In
paying hor faro nnd gelling on beard bofuro llio
boat started She went to tho ladies cabin Bat
down for a moment until tho boat was well
under way amid then went out by the rear door
and crossed ovor nnd entered tho melt cabin
by tho corresponding door Silo walked through
tho roar compartment of the latter iiuln In
which several men were smoking ovor ihelr
papers passed thiough tile nartowgnngvvay
loading lo the front compartment alIbi sat
down Hurriedly by the side of tint nglialod
young man who had drivel down in tho hack
Bit was such a vile morning with the chilly
rain boating down and tho wind blowing al
most a gale that a deckhand James Kettt had
coma Insldo and from his sent near thin front
door bo saw all that bashed between tbo two
Ho says that lltoro was nn animated conversa
tion for it tow moments at tlio old of which the
young man sprang up and wont forward to tho
extreme end slranJ tim other Bide of tim bout
that the young woman after Bluing 1 niommit
suddenly sprung un hursoU stripped off a
pretty jacket silo was wearing and walking
swiftly lorwnrd doBlmd it into tho facn of iho
youni man knocking off his goldbowed nyo
glasses and smoMhlng in tile paper ho wns
reading or pretending to road Then abo
banged open thin front dcors of this cabin ill
moot ran forward to the bow of the boat made
a feint nn It to throw herself In recoiled Hum
mado another lungo and wont huudforeniot
ovor the bows of tho bout
Among the people who flaw this last act were
the pilot und Ar Albert Morrignn the latter an
athletic young man 21 years ut ngo who litlid
with his father a rellred merchant In Furl
Lee tend who Is n student and nn nBMlstnnt
Demonstrator of Anatomy in the College of
Physicians and Burgeons in Ibis city The
pilot stopped the boat and Mr Murrlgnn ran to
the stern and jumped Into thn river llioro
was great confusion and excitement among
the passengers and tho young man with the
gold bowed spectacles with whom Iho jounc
woman had been talking bofotu she jumped
overboard camo out ot iho cabin to see hat
woe going on
The tide was nearly at tho flood and rushing
like a rncehorso up the river whllo iho wind
was howling lu the opposite direction with even
grantor force bo thorn wns nu ugly chop sea
on and tho ferryboat soon fell into the trough
ot it rolling from side to side and dipping IHT
gunwnles under water nt every lungo Jim
lifeboat the upper dock wan speedily low
ered antI ns soon as It htruck inn water Dock
hand Kent and a pnssengi r jumped into it Tlio
sea was so heavy nnd thin fnrrjbuit rolled so
that they wore helpless and the pilot of tile
ferryboat thinking they worn clear rang tho
ball to Blurt tilts engine At the flrnt rovultiilon
ot the wheel nearest to U tim life boat wan hit
and nil the Beats and the gunwales enmshod
Its occupants however seeing the danger
had jumped Into the watornnd when the furry
boat came down with another fearful lungn to
ward them they grabbed the braces which
support the ovorhnnglng dock and managed to
crawl through a porthole to safety
In tile meantime tho young woman who had
jumped overboard Mr Merrlgan who bad
lumped over after her and tho lIfeboat were
knocking helplessly about In the boating
waves Mr tlorrlgan had managed to reach
the girl and had a firm grip on her hair when
1 the lifeboat earless and badly smashed
UD drifted within his reach There
was a thick misty rain falling and
It was ImpoBKlblo to see far Mr
Marrlgnn managed to climb Into the boat still
clinging to tile girl and with tlm support of
the gunwale aa n lever lifted her bend high out
of the water She half opened her nye had
drew a long breath anti tills gave the pluiky
young man new courage But then camo
a heavy sea aol rolled the lifeboat
over and poor Morrignn and his charga
were again in the water Murrlgnn how
ever managed to get a grin on tho bottom
of the boat and another firm grip on the dying
girl and In this way waited tho slow gyrations
ot tho ferryboat which handicapped nit It was
by the swift tide nnd thou hence winds wits
making olephnntlno efforts to get nonr him
It merely wont in an Irregular circle about his
vicinity for something like llli < > on or twenty
minutes before It got alongside anti then Mor
rignn and the girl bo had BO stoutly tried to
save ware dragged on board and dIn boat pro
ceeded swiftly to tim Now York shore
A call for an ambulance was nt once Bent In
find In the interim before It Cattle young Dr
Merrlgan with his clothing all asonk bnnt
over thug young girl in this Indies cabin
and did all In his power to rosiiRcltntn her
When tho ambulance camo from the Ninety
ninth Street Hospital thin surgeon addnd bin
efforts and It wan soon manifest that llfownH
extinct The body was taken from tile boat lo
the dock rough tarpaulin was thrown over It
and it lay thorn In tho driving ruin while u
summons was sent lo HID Coroner
Tho crowd on tho dock UK noon ns tho olrnim
stances were known ruantfoslnd a decided in
terest in tbo young man with tIlt goldbowed
speclnclos The attentions ho rocolvud worn
not flttlnrlng Ho relr nled to nn ndjncont
restaurant whore ho wan known and there
manifested much excitement Ho gav hit
annie as Leon Javorover his rosldonco ns ii7
Stanton street his occupation ns that of n wltio
and liquor Importer nod his nlncoot buxlnuss
ns21 Blonnslreol according to tile roourds of
West 12 < ith Blroct polieo statIon vvhora
he wont ol bin own accord Loon Jiu
orovor Is down In tile directory ns
doing business iu the wino nnd liquor line at
81 Broad Street Mr Juvoravor manifosiod n
good deal of emotion ax thin body lay on the
dock going as farad to shed tours and Mjkn
McNnlly n bnckmnn from Fort Loo who cima
over on n inter boat sinnxhud him In Ibo no ° o
and broke his gold eyiThiHBrs accompanying
Ibis attention with the IIPO of opprobrious
epithets This however did not prevent Mr
Javorover from going to Undertaker OMnho
ney nt Ilroadway and llllHt street und direct
ing that the body be oared for
Ibo undertaker went lo the dock but had to
wait until Coroner Kldmiin came which was
not until noon Thnn there was nu luviiBtlgn
lion which revealed tlmt hits dxnd womans
name was Emma Tacilanmiber tlmt sue wns 21
years of age hud boon married nnd had n hna
band living anti hail been ilvo years in this
country being n let man Two months aisn him
weni with Javorover wln U an vustijuu
speaking French LngllBh bud Goriunn
to live ai ran ioo nominnlly
us his wife Thny boarded with MIH
Jackson In Fort TJIO vlllagu Tho night bi < fiini
the suicide they hInd n quarrel Javorovor ac
cusing Imma ot iiilldellty and refusing to
sleep In the room with her Ilinuia nmniicod
to secure a knife wllch she coiicinlod hi her
stocking nreNumnbly with biiMdnl Intent but
which was taken iroin her Whi > n Blm awoke
yesterday morning she wan Informed that
Leon had loll and followed with tho results us
related
Great oxcltoment prevailed on both btnkB of
tho river during the queer movement of this
ferryboat among tim most Intironted spe ta
tore on the Jersey side being Mr K H Lollln
the manager of tho forrrtoat hint and Mr
Merrlgan the father nf thin young man who
mndn such n gallant effort lo covet a liiininn lift
My son In on that boat said tile old gentle
man ns tIle two watched tint strange move
meats on the water llirongh aiiani irlnssiH
and I hope nobody IK overboard for if there
Is ho Is In thn water I know him
Mr Javorover gracefully offered Mr Morri
gnn a pecuniary compoimatlon for the dniinigo
to his clothing which Mr Morrkan dncllnud
whereat Mr Jnvorover In u burst of admiration
desired lo know the gallant young truant
name which the latter also declined to Impart
to Mr Juvorovr Tlinro wan n lirulso on tho
dead womans head and It Is prohibit uliu wns
struck by the bouts wheel Altogether Mr
Morrignn was adrift In tile water no iniiuiios
the boat being ono hour In ntakiiiga trip whih
usually tlia in mliiutos Sir Murrlgun was
not Injured by bU long Immersion and hard
struggle
Ive Cae flchnul orNctenca horned
CIEVEIANI Oct 27TIbo mannlllc atone
ulldlluotllKiCBvuhclioul it Ap4kl tcitncr wlicli
was cOlliililtd alti ut n year ecu at it duet of JOuiui
WA liurtici l cent v ttiu I 1 lilorli inc During tli I tin nn rx
lilululi occurred hi I thH I clivluk nb lnltiiruler I > wlncli lew I
out i pert of one of I ic nan IC Itio I lunMiiu iiiicil
all the IMrtttji Imiiit4ior iiiei1t I > iiioii iruiioiMr Nt clue
Tile cliriuical ispinralue i ami tile tteulnificitl ci > llMtiou
were ainoiiK tile flntt in tli cnimlrv Tin rheum al ni >
lillBnrtB ocr valiieil at SJUIHMJ rh bill lob MA
2AOOOO sod the lauriiico saC tlMK there ecuu
sixty itttiletiti in tho ichiul It wa built with innnvy
left Dr tbe loW Leonard Gate the Cm emil milUuuulrt
A IVomam Founil SlunJnrvd
FLEUINOTON N J Oct 27The remains of
an unknown woman were found at Ullford jr it nlar
Iltrka4wu crushed In ana It li iuppotetl she was
ybQ Di liasi ssJWhtIh
CUlKtf A 111 11 Hit HKELBCTKD
Arttr Cnmptdllnic Ike III of iacen the
iiKlne > Wo to tkti Ilur
Tile Convpntloii of the National Brother
hood of Inclnoors hold Its nnnunl election of
ofllcnrs rcnterdny Thn following ticket was
elected Grand Chief Inclnoor 1 M Arthur
of Cleveland i Second Grand Engineer fl 11
Sprncuo of Toronto Out First Grand Assist
ant Kuulnoor Harry C Hn > s of Clovolnnd
Hocond drum Assistant Uuulueor A 11 Cavnor
of Han Francisco Grand Guide J C 1ortor
Grand Chaplain U Everett and Third Grand
Assistant Engineer John Hill All the terms
of ofllao are for one year except that of Grand
Chief Arthur which Is ton throe years
In thin nvunlnc tile enclnncrs vinltod horn
Chills New lurk Thontro und BIIW Tho Jl Ua
galls Mannuor Ilanloy reserved prosconlmn
IIIIMIH for thn olllcers and tim centre of tlm
tlixatro for tho dnluKaleo nn arntticuiniMit
which compelled inniiynf tiun iuttrnrit to take ill
ultli xtindlnt room WhlloNed HarrlKiiu was
with I lholioB in C I II gaos Coil rI his ojn Iluhted
on n horsoshooRlmpod bomiuet whleli nearly
filled I the thIgh Kldo of n pro coninn I box while I
tile Hliniiuly form of Mr V II Itirnuy of tile
romnilttio I of ArrancemontH Htood lieHlde It
Thu piny v > ns Htnpped nOd Jlr lurnoy pro
hented the i liouqnet In two uordn to Mr Hnrrl
cnn In this niiinu ut the Urothothoud Mr liar
rinan replied
I sIll very liu ny to rpctitn thin tokfii of inur uooil
Hill SO luflll > Htatl tllldll slid fllttllCH I i llltVH CtllurtAlllfll
will licit 1 IK cnrcely In Ill I illS Cr tu pay niivtlnnif to
InUTunt yen Ttitn In A niy tprlt > UN aillnliv etwceu l
nn actor sill n lucoiiintlve elugulletryIlm lako lie Into a
town Hinl out iif It Molly a weary limtlicr linn tuihl In
tliu THilwny ptatltin mill inImrtl tleellii J our fncc all cunio
homo on font neer iiilii4ini A iiu liuiifhterl I know
liiithliixnlilrli will Hop jour net Ii coat r Mil n rxMoiio
nf grlleei tioiiierv Hut 1 nliHll iret Into A hot box if 1 luu i
crcil It I IH I a COHII Iliniiit to ln > ciiuii > iiiiy anil to lIlY
coIn that Oil holliil lisle cotiu tollu I CMtjooiiu this
oMninir I Lnimnivr I I It I will I he commltriM AH Cl ciii till
niirlit of my irofc lonHl career i I iltmt knew ns lean I
KHy utiilliinu 1111cc except third I nin cliitf viiKliiAeror
llio UKcHtcnn atM t wIll oioit tile tlirotllu slid laler
KOThnn the fun began acnln llrothor McOuIro
Wait failed for nt tho end of tile second act He
Rpokn from u proscenium box and said that hn
hoped thin locomotive onirlnoorH would spread
all over thn continent their praises tor tile hos
pitable entertainment they had received in
New York
Today the Hrotherhood will see the unveil
ing of tIle Itarthnldl matuo from n 1onnsvl
vnnln transfer bout thin use nf which wastivon
by the iounnylvnnin Railroad
707Th fllIfMI8 HFKECII
He Mpcaki la Ihllndelpkla nn the Tariff and
the Solid Mont
rnitADEWiiiA Oct 27 Senator Sherman
addressed a largo audience tonight at the
Academy of Music under the auspices of the
Young Republican Club He said the two con
trolling facts In American politics now hero the
Imminent dancer that threatens the overthrow
of the economic and Industrial policy built up
by the Republican party and second tho com
ploto success of what Is known as the Missis
sippi plan by which more than 1000000
tile legal otora of this country haxo l > uen de
prived of all thin riKhts conferred upon them by
the Constitution especially the rlulit to vote
Mr Sherman defended our protective tnrlHafl
tile best idiltUlil of taxes which any Admlnlxtrn
tlon lias over deLsed a ystem by which taxes
ni o easily collect and prolmlily with lens fraud
than would exist under tiny other form of
taxation and that nlso encouraged our
hOiliultt to mnnutncturo their own genus
iiHtond of imnortlnt them He said the
lepublicnn party had adopted certain general
rules whili they had applied to all Its tariff
blllH First they bad ascertained how much
taxes were wanted Duties wore never levied
for the plonttitro of levyIng them Tho llrst
ruin of thu Iteptiblicau party is to lovy the
blithest duty on articles euiisumod by thn rich
ICe second rule IR that on all articles which
cannot bo produced In this country such as
ten and coffee wn put no duty at nil or else the
very lowest rate of duty Thethlrd ruin Is that
on nil those articles which we can manufacture
in this country we put such n round protective
duty an will Induce nod nneourofw the indus
tries of our own people Ho said the time Is
not far distant when wo will manufacture
under the promotion of injudicious tariff ovary
article necessary to human life
In reference to the laws declarlnc that pan
pars lunatics nnd persons unable to earn
n livelihood Hhould not he Imported Into this
country Mr Sherman said that whllo tile lIe
publican party would not interfere with hon
est people coming hero It would exclude oh
jnctlonablo people Ho did not want any more
Communists Anurcbists or Socialists
jIwzIIIrov iv A2IANTA
Tke Question to hn Teated nt tkn roll In
tke Coming City lrcllun
ATLANTA Oct 27The 11103 mooting of
citizens of Atlanta last night to nominate a
ticket for City Council referred tho wholo mat
ter to n Committee of Fifty which is actually
divided between Irohlbltlonlsts and Anti
rroblbltlonlHts The Antis hail the moetlnc
by nt least three to one and could have nomi
nntwd n full wot ticket but n soino of fair play
to tIle Prohibitionists moved them to submit to
tho committee arrangement This only post
pones the inevitable as the committee will never
agree and the two opposing tickets will Hottlo
their dilleroneos at tile ballot box Tho city ls
largely against prohibition Tho law was
forced upon It by till vote of tile country dis
tricts Thoso dry districts take no part in tile
city election There in much Indignation
nnionu citizens hero over the Intnrferencn In
their local alTairn by tomperunCH nuitators from
Now Yorkjand other pliiotrt who hao nnjthor
tiles riuhts of cltiunship Imro nor mo interest
of property u is pioposod to rebuke these
carpotbuL philanthropic
Tke 1reaa Clubs Full Reception
The fall receptIon of the Now York Press
Chili was hell lant en tiiinc The room Hire decoroleb < < l
witti tlowers aid trAllln iniluY Tlm furnlturo wa r6
moved HO that tiieue s its ampin dimly coniC
Tho vtiterlHlnineiit begun nt U oclock anil ran along
without Interruption until mtilnljtht when a collation
cat cecvvut Artist nilliilcal nail Inimoroiin till i th < > lr
l iieot ss irk I hub wa niUHiL hy tao Aruniiiiiil M imlolin
Qiidltil the Minpho ymrtel icurio tt Morintn tint
lilUH Icrnlitl I plainit Curio H i i > fliriKk ami J liny
trhotliT VIllitilIta Ihero Is crc nonnn hy It slier llainii
itile iliiiin I ourtuti rimrlo II Ihniiiioiiii l hinllo
CollMtf Alono h I Htolilnril mil Jolly Niih oii < l rnlla
lieu > by Nflini Uecktr A K 1tarball nub I 11 l I Vtllil r
Uluu tlio IhvHlro ill > I I serlsl r iuu ill actiurs ute
liuiiiioi on tile rlnh Auionir tlieoi 51 lIre Ullnou llitrrrtt
Must I lost is iii K > rio lltllun llmrlv < ilecul < l Mnnrico
berry nice jenrir Th Oilier < > Dite rrlnin i > MlllHiu
V sI Arthur N u I sit iul l ltvar > l llnrrii I I < aii Hurry I I letler i
Lionel Hrmiirh HIM U l C Ililhiiril houriilof llicia I
hvll nl on tti run lu jig hr < lot Iftmntina
AIIIOIII Ih I iuvNtii were llolitrt H looeMr K H
VIOIIM St u 1 AllaioA M i Iilincr Ilusi aril Iaul
SIll it large tiumutiur uf cIty t > llitluU
Importer Ihlllp Jiut Accuietl of larceny
Philip Lust AH Importer end nmnufacturor
of ontruh uihl fancy fe thorn or 1K ilrufim Mrtet
iiiailo an anal ituient ou Sell 10 1 Os 1 him o then AS
alleged lilt creditors ha > o iicuveri < t tint tie oLjluinal
turd nml fruit liens vnlixd nt almm 511115 n ui urtiIli
fur tile tt nmlila urimn uf niniiiifiiiuriiik illibuiluor
Idltlhat HLt I tiiJ lie suIt thn rnt uiiirritle liy Slut liii
aiil Aiiroi > riaiml ttio tm ire ii Cluliur 1 liUtiiii of
iJJ llnailtia cliii l lieu Mln A Ho if lLl lIrIusI winy
rn nily malic 10111 lilitbult luifure I iuo irnu < tJnr > Kour
I ionifiiH fur tfruinl lirreny were oiinil sCsi lust lum
yflvrda 11111 1 tIe teclin e herif iiiit lUiliy arifKtetl line
uiin aLcncii arrTit ill I ho wtori of ohnfeM A Co
UatncnnuiiiraUilrTp at drtrim oili I lileeorr Mired
Lust In I a roniliillon t > y nirirrlaee ot bile CohntuM
Itvlll took Lime In hue < rli Tiil helou uimuii JaduiMill
herded a lb Ixed hall ut iib i 41 usher si Inill tment flinch
llpl II tllB COIIIJ Ifllllt Of itlit V 1 IO eiuurjuug iul Hll
Kltnlliu Ci ilncll bird itlid ut ti l u Uy n nml IIJ
pi utidiiiriratlliT < nurlll JlOujouiJ Lust klivo hull
atiul sue ril < mi > d
Jkomn ileOVraou Ciirruna hermes
Thomas Jefferson Currnn boiler maker of
2J7 > i rlin itrtet who lIne hicn ITunlcnt of the Henry
leornoCliiliof the Fifth A < einll > lUtrlct was n > ris
oner In Jeffer on Mvket yrttril iv rharveil by Kdnard
McLauirhllii uf U l II04illlkk triet with tumult nnulle I
huliii Ill luil ty iiiiiht turran iiiienti ma H juiiii lbu
Ijrunkltu NHH Ynrd and hu aj ti ihai hin li voil Ill
liii I krg lileelillg i 51 hyriiu nil i bert ci mn F nil sy
liicln IN irim 1 ritllnl limittrtitiir olil I C t ill liii huuuuu
ll r ilrlriiilvil hi till elf ne boat Iii ciuli i ami hr isay hiss u
iriirk Jli lal glUt In sell Heltuto Jiullce hllbretll tuui
niuua him fur a < niiiinuUui
Xotnlnutluna for AlUertnen
Fifth nistrictIleiiubllcnn Henry II Roed
Mtll lii trlct Keputjllcan Front Kitvanaili
TIM Kill luuetrlcltrs heir Hall Uroia K MundorCf nil
Xeii IfvlHIllir til ill fCc 0 I Mlllilurl
liiurlirnili lnlrlci UT u ihi nn I ten I llaintorifer
Milnitii lnlnitlr IUII JOCVM Murrj iLinteit
llelllut own
Iucul A imliiulluua for emul > nieD
SIxth UHtrlctUcpubllcan Michael H Caslln
Twelfth llbslnlcllcvilif Hall LuopuM ilardat Itepulu
IICHII Leopold ijante
Kmirtrfiith Iiiitrut Ileputillrin Pr drrlck I1 I hieerr l
hUlteiitli lilitrii1 Irnns Hall tjwont 1 iIogo
IL 11101 lieiii I
iHtuurtli Dutrlct Irvlnihall OwtnU Quinn
Aaerably NtinilnnlluMa
ExAlderman Jacob J hart ol llochester by
this Ueinoerau if lie Hcond illatrn1 of Uonro cotiiiti
lUulin L Kield by the Unnocrat of the Third dIe
ceitthly la place ci V1IWU wwi SK
THE BATTLE IN BROOKLYN
flL4INII irrrr HUT avccoit TOE DE
IIWiSEtJ HKlUJtLlCANil
Gao Tracy Trailing llarira Cal Jose
Jtepubllrnn > nmed far Converse Acalof
llettean tVkltd la tko Tklrd llllrlel
The Brooklyn Kopublicnnswlll have tojtol
along in their present uphill cnmpalen with
out the aid of Mr Ulalto Tile Campalen Com
mitten yesterday mornIng received Informa
tion that whether he visited Now York or not
ho could not visit Brooklyn Deacon 8 V
WhIte and Gen B F Tracy will bo oblIged tn
load the llepubllcan column to tile clone and
tho other leaders have no Intention of rclons
Inc them from tbo big contract they made nt
tile bcklnuiiKr ot the cnrapnlun to brine
nbout a political rovoluilou in Kinsa
county Knob new tiny In tho canvass
tends to show bow htrontily tile Democratic
forces are entrenched rind lo Incrttaso their
confldenco In 1110 success of their candIdates
The RepublIcans are subordinating everything
to effect tile election of Gen Tracy and tilts
principal and In fact tbo Hole issue discussed
from their platforms Is that ot pool selling on
tho Coney Island race tracks Thoro Is a fresh
pronunclamonto against tile gamblers overy
day on the part of one or tim other of various
Itopubllcan organizations into which the party
IB npllt up In KlriRS county and denunciations
are hurled against the prosocttllnu nuthorltlcs
for their alleged protection of tbo pool sellers
Gen Tracy In spltn ot the fact that bo Is en
gaged In improving tbo brood ot horses on his
stock farm anti that several of his hordes have
participated In races nt which pools woio
regularly sold has agaIn and again doclnnd
thnt ho will put n stop to all kinds of men truck
betting In case ho Is elected Mr liiduwny his
opponent in his vlcorous poneltes durliiK tha
cumpaiuu has defended Iilmseif from thn Ko
publican attacks and simply pledged liliiisnlt
to enforco all laws Impartially and l con
scientiously The chnraelurlzutlon ol llrook
lyn ns tile pnradlso of cnmnlors In thin
extensively circulated documents sent out
from Gen Trnoys henduunrtirs hnvo nut
hnlpod his canvass 1ollco Supnrintunduut
Campbellsald to n reporter of THE SUN
Ho far from Urooklyn being the pnradleo nl
cnmbletfl tlioro Is not nnd has not been for
Borne tluin so mr ns I have been able to learn
and I hare made Homo very careful inquirIes
through tile police Captains n sIngle untnblliiK
house within the limits of the city I do not
even know of n place where hIllier littloBimu
of poker can ue Indulged in outsldn
the social club rooms to which stranger
me not admitted I will clvu Shod
to any person tomorrow morning who will
disprove tiltS stntoinunt to my satlstnctlon In
other respects ns to tho existence of places ot
questionable resort Urooklyn still continues
to maintain her proud prnemluonco us tlio
model moral city of the continent It is eickon
inu to any ono who thoroughly knows tim
situation tn hoar Ilrooklvn continually npoUen
of as the Monte Carlo of America As to iram
tiling and other such vices Brooklyn in simply
an overgrown ilhiBO
DeBpairinir of projectlnir the electric person
ality of the Ilumod Knight on tim political
Held the ito pitlil lent Cnnipalun Coin in It tee nrn
ttnxloualy awaiting the arrival of Iloncher and
Hnth Low from Europe inch Is now bullotliic
with titus Atlantic and will probably got honin
by Sunday in time ISis hopod to say i v > oid of
cheer and comfort If Beocher arrives on Sun
day he will be urged to make a political address
in his church tn tItus evening and tile nnndnnnm
exMayor will ham n plattoim specially pre
pnrudforblm If be gets back before election duy
Deacon K V hitn IH not to have a uulet
walk over in the Third Congress district alter
nil The fact that hn Is n nonresident of tIle
district and thnt ho owes his nomination
mainly to the efforts of Al Dnggett has
excited widespread but not outspoken oppo
sition among tile Ratiuluhiians of the district
The rehabilitation ot Daggntt an a political
lender in Kings county which Deacon Whltott
nomination und election are Interpreted to
mean is viewed with alarm by tbo best elements
in the party and the loss of nOoncrofflnmu
would bo regarded as a lesser evIl The Demo
crats hnvn named Supervisor Boll of tbe Nine
teenth ward ns their candidate and will give
him an enthusiastic support In his success
ful contest last year in a strong Republican
ward Mr Dell proved himself exceptionally
popuinr nail now tlmt ho is pitted ngnlnct thus
Heights mllllonnlrn there will bo a big rally tn
Ills support Last night thorn wits a con
ference of discontented Ilupubllcans at n
mansion on hue hill for tbo purpose
of devising means to compass the dofimt
of Mr White Rpprosontntlvo Republi
cans from every twnrd in tho district nro
Bald to have attended Supervisor ISell by In
vitation appeared at the meeting und mIllIe n
favorable lmpre Hion There will bo nnotlinr
conference tonight at which It will be decided
either to endorse Mr Doll or put up nn Inde
pendent llepulilliiin Under any olrcnin
Btancns it was resolved to knlfu tlm Dencon nt
the polls The revolt against Mr Wliltu he
stronger In thus Nlnutennth than any of titus
other wards Thu antiDtccott faction It is
r portei linn placed Cob John V Jones n
clerk In the Custom House In nomination as
an Independent candidate hut It could not IHI
learned last night whether be would icccpt
Villiam ii liichnrdson tile other dencon In
the political cnnipalgn has gracefully with
drawn from active participation In tIll work of
tile cnnvnss being nnpnrcntly satisfied with
having accomplished tIle dofent nf Foster L
llaokus and the nomination of Con Traey
TlioiiBitrids of votes will bo lout to O n Trny
through thin disgust among laboring men uer
tbo Dencons I action
Hpglhtor William H Murtbn the Chairman 01
the Democralio Chili tilt Igit Cominlttee takes I
very hopeful view of the canvass lie Said las
nillitThero
Thero IB no event In tile future moro certain
titan that wo shall elect our emitir city nod
county ticket and nlso retain our ton Assem
blymen and three ConcrohSinnn Wo shall hold
ournjIgCinnxB moellngin thin Arndnmy of Muni
on Friday night Tho Hon lloinor AXnlsn
and tile Hon Chnrluj H Wlnllold wilt lbo tb
principal speakers
Obituary
Dr Edward T Whlttlnghnm the eldest nor
of the late UlRliop hltlliiuham of Maryland died yet
torday mornliiK at his home In Mllburn N J aired Ad
Death was caused bv enemla of the brain the remilt o
exiomire in tIle war In which liii peritft as u nunrtoi
for hiuree years The funeral Mill take place at liuon to
morrow
KilwanlT Allen a firnnd Army man and for tent
vcar a liookk rper In the Vtt fnii iniri tidIer tInt al
llrl Uullleld Strict lirouklvn on ruewla aged 67
Om ichmanu comiuaiider of thu krrlsou at UrosLau
Is den I
Lord HonkHivul of Kngland la I dtid
lln llHnwnil Himell fri kle Cknndeller
A O Odnor cashier of tho Now Jersey Ex
traction Ciuii Ill ii 5 In I hliil thi irf wai found lianglng
den I frotn a t imiileil > rln the muldlo nf his room In n < H
tiirilllu t hull o In frtnLIll I Street hluubethat mmn
> i t < niiiy He had I arrlcu tea the door o renuon cur
bo aesiijue1 < fur IheHliiciilu
SIxteen Year for Aenulllngr n Child
rnstnbllo 1lclnnliiB a linrhnr lately of Ill
Mulberry mreet who Hannmluui untie I ie > er i btee I
JIIIIIH of seettilitluig n > uaytiruul I Klrl lit inir in I lint snnm
hou > e on sipt i > na < teiitincril terdaybyJudK
Cooing to Mate Incubi for Mitoi n youirm
a Jlt Juetccd J
Ah Jug keeper of sit otlum joint at 13 Blott
Ptreet wo edIt UH tin trlttil for tlir i month yNtrr I
duty Tlirnu h nn iiitfrir > i < T N nut esoerni other
Cttlntiu bvsuro they never nw an ojiuni In the place
r41or Ciililnire lug > eaen > r
Kr PASO Oct 27rutng Is hero concocllni 1 I
n Uieiii ill nniin omr < men n bliSS Ic Mexico for the I I
I nrioieuf ci iiiierlng the hirer inlnir i hibuahua I
buuura loud DuraiiKu slid i rectli g a republIc
tlziiul urnvr ii < iaivii n
Bale northeasterly winds nearly statlonarj
lemiirulure
JOhS J4ili 1111111 1UWV
Owen Flnley ll year < oli if Il7 i IlOilcon street was
allKdri > 111 Ill Ci itiior ci t i1 I ai II I I iarrenstreet
p hue llfittlli I nttliur tif I > tt ininil S of leadiiAt
jeitiritay in U U Uunuuiiiwry ti i uu < tiun room at lou
Vallirnt
rrnlinrk nuititrr KidI 7 attempted to commit
enliMilo t lirdt r to tliriivruiif iillO it tntu the ha t
Ki > ir He viti poor and out nf vurk
tnhn Mnn Jlrookln lint poll ner had Mi right
arm I FOCI u l HIK Miriiint it nn uuiry wheel Chile
at vsotk I at 7 I lOll itv lino S tenlit
Ihu llriiettilfiit I ric nf Ilun4li > eHglrra i R variety rn
tpriiiiiii in for mile i ii ii in tun I libby fund at Turn
Hull iii Lot I iiurth stratI Iliit muuii
llio I I I pistnr I anl Jaim a I liw fiescoir I To
col I net makem ut 24 r I list l nrlv i lib 1 street Iliujii all
asiiiiiiutrurljy tu liaac huutimuu
riraillilMonitanitgnln I I liristnplifr s V Slm anini >
Kill billuid room at llu I lii ill it nviiiu shIll < 4 A M
r > leriitt his leople l his ing i 111 lie ui per purl of I in
tuiiJin ha I to hurry to tirapo suQucdiiou by tlio Mili5e
sri vllh tile naineJ I1 I I n 5 > on the i i efll ii lea cc
cc lit music iuul In J p I IV Cney in Hiut Mr I u t i I
y > ie in this ic lets of the luto II f ui I lest aHa rm i
Paint u Mondai hat elwtli sect lu Unto I lllata olte
1 its holy is in Ills Morgue
diii Nov 1J IM4 two cars of the Cliritopher ami
Tenth Mrret Kailroad Company collided In faiun sirct
illS Mrs Henrietta leaner recelvod ever internal
Injuries She ud tius conlpnuye VQhjiJ 4Ussiti
uIIgu 1ezjIflhtj aQ
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