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15AGXI0 KEEPERS TESTIFY.
rntr.x sa r. i o "oii rnoTEcnox
VXI)l.n lOVH I'OUCK CAPTAINS,
C,tllr. ' ' McLaughlin, I,vry Ilnnd.
,, .tnrSAO Month to lb Word lna,
nllli SSOO f"r " "Initiation Fee" Whan
,, ( iiplnln Moved lit Only Ills Word
nr I-- V Wcibh Who Hay Hh raid
.too for "t'lty OfflellM or "Folltlenl
OcKnliitllnn" or M tmethln-. nn 1V1I nn
lloaty to "A Sinn" II, r Memorandum
Hook Miolsn by Parkhurnt lleteetlve
('ompllmrnt to Dr. Pnrkhnral Krumm
Hay t'ept. Allnlrn " Want d DO Ceuta or
fv.ry llollnr"-Prell Huyn lie Paid A a
Month nnl Jtnn nn Unllcenavd Saloon.
Mr. Oolt. the counsel for the I.ovow Police
Instigation l ommltteo. was confronted yes
terdar Hh wlmt ho described as an evlconcy
which compelled him to oik that a five hour'
continuous tn!1"! of tlia committee bo held,
and his reiue't was granted. Mr. Nlcoll pro
tested against t fine deprived of lit luncheon,
but remark eJ that It Jtr. QotT was really con
fronted br so serious a thing aa an exlgoncr,
he would foreg" his meal and altoenttnuouslr.
Home Hi night I hut the exigency would prove
to le the production of Granger, or n display
ofscheck vwtli nhioh the exiensc of the In
yestlganon are to bo met, or n presentation of
anew snu'T hot to Senator Ilradlov, or a re
eolte y llialrmati 1 exow not to comb his
whiskers aur mora In a manner which makes
hlra look no much llko old lion Hoey.
But n tone of this pleating variety of exi
gencies wns ileudopod when Mr. Goff made hi
explanation, or, rather, when ho Muted at It,
because Mr (ioff seldom explains anything.
He makes in terlous allusions, winks wisely,
shrugs lil' shoulders, and nods In the most
knotting manner at frequont Intorvnle. frith
thairof ono who nstumes that the commit
tie knows whtt's tho mattor with him, s
terd.ir hentked for the continuous session at
1 o'clock wlillo i witness was boltic cross
examined I r Mr Nlcoll. Then, when as much
Interpretation at could bo madn of his mrstlo
winks was at hnnd, It was learned thut Mr,
(loll had corrnlli-d In tho court room, where
the coinmi'toe alts, two women and ono man.
keepers of tllreputatdj houses on Ilarnrd
itreaL (no of tho threo was then on tho wlt
net stand and the other two were close haulod
near br ourrmindi-d lr n cinde of acltated
larkhurst detectlvcH. nr.d the trouble nil was
that Mr. OolT Ihousht Hint If a roces was
takon srtnulindr would corrupt tl.e fair and
honest intentions of tho linvnrd street wit
netc or een ruu the rlslcof spiriting them
That Mr. Goff was ble Willi the sensation was
aprurent as soon hu entered the court room
In the mornii it. Hit neirlr always-open
tnouth, which jxtxe, him tho look of arrested
surprise, vm wldor open than ever, and ho
fluttered about tho court room, talking to
Tarkhuret men and committeemen in a hlehlr
nsrrous manner lhorrone had boon In place
rtadr to bei;ln the dat's sostlon at hall-rust
10. but It wns nearly 11 oVIock when .Mr.
Lexow at last asked. "Are rou ready, Mr.
Mr. Goff locked slnrtled nnd rained.
"Are you ready to go on?" repeated Mr.
Lexow. Ho was no: iiultu r-oJr Ho had the
Inevltablo w,td of t)p, written memoranda In
his hand, looked at that and then nt becator
Lcxow. and at last, a If about to Weep, repltod
that he wns not (tulle rendy. When llnltr he
waa ready he did not rut on one of his senst
lions, but ateadlvd his uere-aa mnrksman
sometimes does with it preliminary eliot hy
calllni: an unimportant witness. Ifhls wns
l'ollce Oiilcerdolin I'. Leonard.
John pruted to bo u ruddy and ft.ilw.irt
rnomber of tho fnrci who Imil no ida what
Mr. Uull had oilled hltn there for. mid utter
his pxamlnatlnn no on else had any moro
idea than rind John. Ho ronleied Hist ho
ha I ben n little nctlvu at the iiolN one elec
tion day and his Hnrceant li.nl called him In
ami sent him to watch u fence the rest of the
tr. oorr rtr.Et ma rknsitiox.
Cliarles l'rlen was called to the stand. When
the bible was clven him ho regarded It with
much lbtrust and flatly refused to kiss it.
brnator Urilor Informod him that he mluht
op,- tho I'tble to a clean place, and with this
rilUlfire tho oath was flnnlly admlnlstereil
in.tUr. lioft began the crost-examtnationot
(,'. -Vnu aro aware that this committee will
prut.-ct you Irnm any uppresilon ur coercion
which may bo attempted against you because
of any testimony you cUe here A,- Yes.
V.-Where do you reside now A. o Bt
V -Did you reside at 28 Bayard street? A.
y.-Vou there kept a house of prostitution?
A.-I think ao.
Q.-ouwere fire years tliore without being
1 -Whose precinct was It during those five
years' A.-when 1 went there it was Caul
ct)'. then Cross came, then MoLaugblln. who
was followed by Ijevcry. and nt present Capt,
Cortrlgbt Is th Cnpttn.
,' ho was it raided you ' A. Capt Cross.
V.-You paid for proteciion A. I don't
V. Well. ou hate heard of ward men going
about collecting money rout such places a
yours? A.-uh. Gawd. yes.
A 3AUMO KtF.l'EIt UIS HE PlID TOB PROTECnnV.
0. And, did you pay? A. (After a Ions
PSUSel- e. I guess so.
,V -whatdlu you pay under Capt Cassldy?
A. I ucli month f '.'').
i,'. -Who collected from you? A.-George
Connors, the ward man.
U n hern U lie ii'iw A. At Headquarters.
W -III J he com to your house to imtke the
collection A. .o, I met him at the corner.
v. Well, von were not molested A.-I was
our so long as I paid. 1 alwaya paid la
ALiraru cm mxtiomi Kon crT. ciiohh.
Q. -When was the price raised? A.-K waa
, nndsr Capt Cross, it was raised from $25 to
J. Who was the ward man you paid under
Jai't. Cro, ,, A man nouie.l rebmitt. I
Jnlns tin camo and collected the asm as
W When Capt, Cross came to the precinct
rs you assssted a large lump kum f A. -That
ram later; alter 1 w a raided by him.
.""hat did you pay A. five hundred
dollars to ward man Schmltr.
, V -Well wiintdldlyou pay that for? A.-Well,
j suppose It was what they call the lultlatlon
..V-.-our agreement was thn to pay $500 In
"lationainl .H)aiement per month? A.
,l" "as tho understanding; i eould tlo bus
'o II I paid $500 down and $50 a month.
wrroroKoipritv, NowiNspidon, M'lAPonM.
Ji'Z'- did you rontlnu to pay fSO a
noath hea McLaughlin sot the precinct
, y - nd any Initiation? A. Why. eartalnly.
j f n t remember whether It was $300 or J50H,
Minhll,"ao" the McLaughlin Initiation.
.,V; What waa the ward man's name under
llcUuBhlin ' A. I don't recollect 1 beilet
"Is n the Tenderloin precinct now,
..y A""- explain to the committee how you
(at this ) i each month to the ward man,
?k i ow' ."by. It was usually by a hand.
L.f. . . ' I'PPeJ it to him when shaking hands
piTTo rrjB cirr. nETsnr,
, Q. Whsn Capt. DsTry came did you have
o rar auothr IniilatlonJ A. -Ye. J.VW
raor, toliet sri's ward man. Glennon. After
'Jy had been In the precinct about two
iV. ,,An'nt to my place ono afternoon and
-"i'1hMh w"d mn had called and left
word ti,t he wanted to see me at the tldtldge
m.I!l?,M.ln ' knew what that meant and
ent to the tatlon and gar my name and
stoop to talk w Ih me. He said thy were there
III ".V",'''; 1 ed him what the Price wan
l ! ?Jm M- n.'1 1 tulJ M " not have It.
Jl.Vo!4fcftl' would give me until Mon
niulh.,,"M ?n trilar, Ou Monday he
m. ! !iln.d I r him the 3oa I took him to
E..2 ",?.ru?a,t Pul.lfa down 'h curtain, and
?uV; '. m th K"01.5-11 .counted it vry care
la ihF;'!?I "JS Thafa.al right, but where
inli J 'or s month " 1 did not nave It
and n trusted m for on month.
TUIS COVirs 8Y pAT IKDEia
Mr. ' x.ow. DW h ' whom the $500
5,.IM' V-,'r I understood It
a,t. I,i medobuslnesv
Kt... N,lll,,n.l.h did you pay that $100? A.
)'! ,nnr ol It
V Continusdto pay $50 to GUnoon every
(Xiniuuitd on Third fuje,
BLVrSKT ArEHmtiO HIS 11USOR.
Hltlt In Pnr'nlt of the Mnn AVhe Tnr,d to
Aim n Ittnnr nt lllm.
Ht. Lout. June J. If thsre Is a grtr man
In Ht. l.ouls than Col. Abe Ulupeky It Is CoL
Hilly ltlder. CoL Illdsr has been before the
publla longer, has bsbl office under the Gov
ernment, and Is usually supposod to carry a
long and exceedingly sharp knife up his
sleeve with which to emphasize his political
arguments. Hut ho Is not a tehool reformer.
This morning about 2 o'clock Col. Blupsky
and Col. ltlder met at Tony Kaust's. For a
long time the two sat at one table drinking
and dlacusslng the financial condition of tho
country with a vlow of solving tho problem to
the boneflt and satisfaction of the army of the
unemployed. At length Col, Blupsky bade
Col. ltider good night and wont Into another
apartmont Col. ltlder had not conclud
ed hi argument and ho took offence
at what ho termed an attempt "to give him
the shake." He followed Col. Blupsky Into the
other room, nnd going up to the table where
the school reformer had tnken a scat, declnred
that he lacked several of tho principles which
go to make up a gentleman. Col. Blupsky be
came somowhat angry at the Insinuation, and
In an emphatic manner expressed his personal
opinion that Col. ltlder waa a liar.
Col. llldsr'e blood boiled. Ho adjusted his
new silk hat, drew back with his mighty left
nnd landed heavily upon Col. Blupsky'e Jaw.
The great school reformer wont bounclngover
the table, carrying the glassos with him, and
landed very crogcy on the floor. Col. Blupsky
was not put out bowovcr, and, gathering him
relt up, ho made n sntage dive at CoL ltlder.
The two mon clinched and for about thirty
Huccnds honors wore even. Then the combat
ants wore separated by frlonds.
Doth men were breathing heavily, but nei
ther was willing to give tip the fight CoL
Hlder made a move in the direction of his long,
curly locks, and In an instant Hashed a bowlo
knlle and made a rush toward Col. Blupsky,
who was getting his. wind undor nn electrlo
fan. The famous school rnformer realized that
his Hfo was nt stake. From somo well con
cealed hiding place ho drew a pistol of tremen
dous length and unusunt calibre, and coolly
announced hi Intention of spilling tho blood
of hi antagonist if a further advance wa
Col. Illder was not slow In catching sight of
the dreadful weapun. nnd ho madoadaahfor
the Broadway enttatico of raust's. which ho
reached with Col. Blupsky hot after htm. Col.
ltlder clung to his knlfo during the chase, but
a he struck a 2:40 unit down Broad way he had
the pros, nee of mind to roqneat hi pursuer
not to shoot, as he was retreating. The chase
la supposed to be still on, as neither ot the
Principals has besn seen since.
vaccixaxios ii r runcR.
Emit Hrhnrfrr, W ho llnd n Tumor on Ills
HrnlD, Snw tnld lo hi- llyln:.
Dr. Henry I. Bchelllng of 841 Wllloushby
avenue. Brooklyn, went to -U Buydam itreet
on Atrll-t! as a member of tho vaccinating
corn (est outby Health Commlsslonrmry
and requosted everybody In the house to sub
mltto vacclnntinn. Kmll Bchaefer. who lives
there and was suffering with a tumor on the
brain, objected to being vacclnatod and so did
his wife. The doctor, however, insisted on
vaccinating him, and tho vacalnatlon. It is
aid. Increased Bchaefer'a illness to suon an
extent that he is now dying. lira. Bobaefer
obtained a warrant against Dr. Bchelllng for
assault and he waa arraigned Id the 0tV,
Avenue l'oltre Court before Justloe Connolly
yesterday. Mrs. Bchaefer testified that when
the doctor camo to her house she told him her
husband ttas ill. but that Behelllng Ignored
)ir and vaccinated her husband by force.
hen I'r. Schelllng wa asked In court If he
suspected at the tlmo he vaccinated bchaefer
that Bchaetorwns suffering from a tumor on
the brain h replied:
"No. I illdn't, and If T had I would have
vaccinated him. any way."
Bchelllng waa found guilty, but sentence
w- suspended. Dr. Henry M. Rung, who 1
attending Bebosfer. advised against the vac
cination at the time tho health ofllclala were
making raids There Is considerable doubt
howeter. whotheror not BchaeTer's condition
waa aggravated by the vaccination.
lloaltlt Commissioner Lmerr of Brooklyn
has dismissed Dr. Walter H. Kent, the chem
ist of the department and appointed Dr. llus
tav J. Volrkenlnc. a tutor in Columbia Col
lege, la bis place.
vAitia at adc so icxoih ALZ IJIK WAT
On thn lteenrd Cnuma from Hoa'banpfon
Mho "Would Ilnrn lltnten Her JCreord.
The American liner Tarl. which arrived last
night from Southampton, would have broken
the record from that port of 0 days 0 hours
and 37 minutes It she bad gone ovsr the
record course of 3,053 knot. Bhe was
forced to take the southerly course, bo
cause the shorter northern one I blockaded
by Iceberg. Bhe traversed 3.110 knots at an
avorago hourly speed of 20.05 knot. Her
time was 0 day 11 hours and 33 minutes.
Her hourly average when she made tho
Bouthampton record (0 days 0 hour and 37
minutes) was 10.87 knots, ovsr a course of
3 052 knot. Tier dally run tbls time wore
4:15, 504. 600. SOU. 510. 482. and 188 knots to
Among her passengers are Edward Cement
who crossed In the schooner yacht Isca: Iter.
W, A. lleardslee. Mr. h. K. llowen, Mr. bamuel
llettle and family Ur. Ilobert O.Cook, Mr. J.
i: Child and Mrs. Child. lr. U N. Dennis.
Mrs. J. C. Avery and Mite M. Avery.
Mr. A. !. Dlokln.on. Mr, V. Lyman. Mr. W. R.
Torrence. ltev.U ( Hall, Mr. Harden Harrl
man. Mr. and Mrs. It .0. Hooper. Mr.
j,ou(K. Hyde. Mr. Joseph Jay and Mrs. .Tar.
Mr. Edwin Jaques. Mr. Joph Learning, Miss
M. 0. W. MoLean, Mrs. William Walter l'helps.
Mr. Schuyler Uuackenbush. Capt C. If. Youn
shond. Mr. F. N. 'i'uttte. Miss Laura Welsh, the
ltev. Charles Wyckoff. and Mr. J. C. Zarega.
arnvcK ur a tuoci.xt cut.
Tour Slea 'Who Wero Kld'as In a Peddl,r'n
Cr ox Jlaalon Avenue llce.lv, IsJurUn.
A Union Ballroad trolley ear. In charge ol
Motorman Joseph Kane of 3.04U Third avtnue.
wnt dashing down the deep Inollne atUoston
avuu and the Southern Boulevard yester
day afternoon. At the bottom of the slope
and on the tracks was a peddler's wagon,
driven by James Madden
With Madden were three companions. The
motorman rang his bell violently and made an
elTort to stop the car, but It had gained too
f;reat headway and struck the wagon, knock
ng It the horse, and the four men in different
Ixmls Zimmerman of White Plain avenue.
Wllatnbrldge, one ot the four, wa badly
hurt about the body.
Martin 0haunnssex of 410 Fast Four
teenth street had hU hip Injured. .Henry
Nhaniey ot 010 beennd avenue and Madden,
the peddler, were sllchtly hurt
Motorman hanewaa arreated, but was re
leased on tall Zimmerman, who was taken to
the Fordham Hoipltal. waa said by the physi
cian last night to be seriously Injured.
STABBED XII U or 111 BCUUOLilATHa,
Tousa Illberloa Il.a-u, Karaurd nl aa Alia
nlun lo III, t'hy.lcnl InOrmllr,
A number of the boys who attend Bt John's
School in West Thirty-first street, near Seventh
avenue, were playing In front ot the school
house on 'Ihursday afternoon. Among them
were Nicholas Ulberlon. 13 year old, of 254
West Thirty-third itreet. and Julius and Tony
Ehrman. 14 and 11 rears old respectively, of
4.'o tut Thirty-seventh street. Ulberlon fa
cripple. Adlscuaslon arose, and one of the
boys referred to Uiberlon's inflrmlty and . ac
cused him ol cheating. Th o offended tbe
bov that he draw a pocketknlf, and (lashed
right and left through tna ; crowd otbois.
Julius Ehrman reosivedacut above the left
av. and Tony one on tbe neck. Tbe broth, r
were sent to the New York nospltal. where
their wounds were dre-isod. Ulbsrloa wa ar-
r'la be Jeffron Markt rolled Court ytr
day the prisoner was committed for examination.
nn.,1 apBlnt,4 eo teamiblp, ol ol ,w York
OU Utfuuuea Uaa. fulats eiwa a4 Will-AJk
MR. CARLISLE'S STATEMENT.
nic xmr.tB inn rAnr it took ix
PltBI'AttlXO Tit It SCO All HCUKDVLK.
Hk Iln Did IVna nt the Tt.qne.t of th
Mrubera of thn Flnnnen Committee A
Conr or thn attiebtnlkrd.of Memomndnm
He JlenUs tbnt 11 InnUtnd ihnt m Car.
tntn Heheilnle for Husjnr Plbnnld M,
Adopted for tbn Itennnn Hint the Trnet
Hnd Conltlbuted to th II,moerntle Fund.
WAsrtlNfTTcix, June l.-lt Is stated on the
best authority that President Cleveland nnd
Secretary Carlisle have been In entire and
perfect harmony In all their actions in regard
to the Tariff bllL Beeretary Carlisle's part In
the preparation of th augar ichedule ot that
bill Is officially stated as follows!
Senator Jones called upon and Informed him
that the sub-committee hnd agreed upon th
sugar schedule, and requested that he put It
in proper form. This the Beorstary did. the
paragraph prepared being one of a few lines,
nnd providing that after Jan, 1, 1805, there
shall be levied and collected on all sugars a
duty of 40 per cent, ad valorem, and upon all
sugar above No. 10 Dutch standard In color
tliore ihall be levied and oollocted a
duty of one-eighth ot one cent per
pound in addition to the said duty ot 40
percent ad valorem. This amendment wa
sent to Senator Jone at the Capitol. In tho
ufttrnoon. In response to a request of Senator
Jones. Secretary Carlisle visited the Capitol,
and was Informed what other changes were
under consideration, and, being requested to
do so, m ade some tntorllteatlon In the amend
ment so that It read:
Oneraft,r Jan. 1. J8DC tlicr, itiallb, I.Tl.a anil col
lected on all invars not abov. No. Id Patch standard
la color, and on all tank bottoms. ,yrntB of ran, jnlc,
or of b..t Julc, m.lada, cooe.ntrated m.taila or eoo.
cr.t, and eoncntratad molait.a, a duty of 40 p.r
tint, ad valoram, and upon all ,U(,rs aooi. So. 10
Imteb standard In color tb,r, shall b, t.rl.d and col
lected a duty of 45 pr cent, ad valorem.
As already statsd. Becrttary Carlisle pre
pared the original amendment In accordanco
with the compromise that had been reached
by the Democratla member of tho Finance
Committee, and the alterations made In the
amendment at tho Capitol were made to meet
the views ot the committee. The committee
then decided that a provision should bo Incor
porated provldinr that the Hawaiian reci
procity treaty should not be atTocted by the
schedule. The book containing tho troatles
was obtained by Secretary Carllalo from tho
room ot the Torelgn Committee, and he wroto
the proviso which preserves tho Hawaiian
treaty. All this la In tho handwriting of Sec
This was on Saturday. May fj. That night
It occurred to tho Secretary that the first para
graph ot the schedule, providing for thn repeal
of the bounty, fixed the date of repeal for July
1, 1804, while the duty on sugar was not to be
operative until Jan. 1, 1805. Knowing It to be
tho Intention of the committee to Issue a print
of the aroonded bill on Monday, Secretary Car
lisle on Sunday morning took a coupd and
called atthohouvi of Senator Jono for the
purpose of directing attention to the discrep
ancy. If tho bounty should be repealed on
July 1. 1804. and duty should not bo imposed
until six months thereafter, there would be a
period during which thero would be neither
bounty nor duty. Mr. Carlisle was satisfied
-that th discrepancy would he dtvorered
'kltorthe Dill waa printed, but ho naturally de
sired to save the oommlttee from the criticism
which would follow so palpable a blunder.
Finding that Senator Jones had gone to the
Capitol, the Secretary drove there and found
Senators Jone and Mcl'herson and Repre
sentative Breckinridge of the Ways and
Means Committee engaged In going over the
bill. That visit on Sunday morning. May 0.
was th only visit made by Mr. Carlisle to the
committee without an Invitation, and the
change referred to Is the only original sugges
tion he made in connection with tho formula
tion ot the bill.
With reference to the giving ot a letter to
Mr. Havemeyer. Introducing that gontleman
to Senator Mills, that was a mere matter of
courteey and routine. When Mr. Havemeyer
presented himself at the Treasury Depart
ment he was Informed that be should call
upon those who were framing the bill. Mr.
Havemeyer had slight acquaintance with Mr.
Mills, and, to eavo him time and Insure him a
conference with the Senator, Senator Car
lisle, at the request ot Mr. nave
meyer. cava him a note ot Introduction.
There was nothing Improper or unusual
In this. Similar letters had been clvon
by Mr. Carlisle to gentlemen who called upon
him In connection with the tariff, some ot
whom were manufacturers whom he person
ally knew, and who desired to secure changes
In the rates fixed by the eommltt.
Tbe story that Sir. Carllsl called on the
committee on hi own motion and Insisted
that a certain achadule tor sugar should be
adopted, for the reason that the Sugar Trust
had made liberal contributions to the Demo
rratlo fund. Is denied emphatically by th
JOUX BE XT1TT VTAltXKn AVPliOXCUKD.
A Jt,pr,atnllvor th Hurar Truil Trlii
to laflu.nen llln Vote.
Wisnrsoxox. June 1. The Benate Investi
gating committee spsnt more than an hour
to-day examining Congressman John De Witt
Warner with reference to allegation that tbe
Sugar Trust attempted to secure bis vote
while tbe Tarin bill was under discussion In
the House. It has bsen rumored that Mr.
Warner was approached by rpretentatlv of
the trust and that they endeavored to per
suade him to desist In bis effort with regard
to th lugar schedule, and tbe story goes that
Mr. Warner ret ussd to be diverted. It was In
view of these report that Mr. Warner wa
called before the committee. On the conclu
sion ot bis examination he refused to give
even an Inkling of the character ot his testi
mony, saying be bad promised tbe commit
tee not to divulge anything be had said.
The members ot tbe committee also refuse to
make any statement concerning the testimony
of Mr. Warnsr. but It Is ald that It wa of a
rather enatlonal character and delivered In
a most empbatto manner. It Is understood
that Mr. Warnsr practically admitted th
statement made In the press that when he
wa making hi fight for free sugar In tbe
House an effort was mad to cause htm to
desist and the statement was mado to him
that It was desirable from a political point ot
view that a duty be placed on sugar, riiscom
mlttaa endeavored to get Mr.Warnerto gh the
name ot the men who were said to have made
this statement to him. but h declined. Ill
membership in th other body of Congress
make him a privileged witness, and one who
come before the commlttoe voluntarily.
Senator Hill' resolution for open sessions
ot the Investigating committee and benstor
Dolpb's resolution to postpons action on tbe
sugar ichedule until altar tbe committee shall
bav reported were not taken up to-day In the
Senate, but are to b takn up to-morrow,
when Mr. 11111 Is expectsd to address th
DVALixas J.v a vault hock,
Santr U,Pb,ro Tnlls of 111 Voluntary
and Involuntary Investment.
Washington. Jun L Tbe member ot the
Stnate Inrstlgatlng CommttUe bav becom
tired of tbelr lu,tT,ctual effort to kp their
proceeding secret and bav decided that at)
tut u the stiaonraphsrcaapiepiL' 0097
they will report It to the Benate and have It
printed. Much that was concsaled from the
press ytstsrday cam to the surface to-day.
and It Is apparent that Chairman Gray, In his
capacity aa the vsnderof th. now unearthed
by the committee, has not as keon apprecia
tion as tho average newspaper man as to what
Is and what Is not new. The statement made
by tho Becrttary of the Treasury was clven In
the despatches last night but there were In
teresting things la the testimony ot Bsnator
Mcrheison that were not given.
Mr. Mcl'herson sdmltttd to the committee
that he had purchased 1.000 shares of sugar
certificate, but that be had promptly trans
ferred them to his son. He also purchased
another block of COO shar. lie denied that
he had speculated In the sene In which that
word Is generally used. He bought the car
tlllcates outright, but of course, when their
value Increased to an extent to Juatlfy It be
sold the stuck forth prom thsre wa In It
On thlsoocaslon he and his son deolded that
It would tin n good thing to own more
sugar certificates, and they accordingly
wrote out a telegram to their broker direct
ing him to purchase 500 sharea of sugar
fur them. This telegram was laid on the tnble
and they proceeded to discuss the matter
further. Tho result wns that it was nureod
that it would be Improper for tho Senator to
Invost In sugar certlllcates, Inasmuch as this
matter would be up for legislnliun, and It was
decided that tho order should nut bo placed.
Tho telegram was not. however, destroyed. It
was found on the table by ono of his sorvants
and sent th next morning, and the stock was
purohased without hi being aware of it. As
soon as he learned of it he ordered it nil sold.
In response to n question regarding the profit
made, Mr, Mol'herson said lie sold It without
waiting for any rise In the market but that he
netted a profit of something like 31,500.
l.very member of the llnnnce Committee. In
giving testimony, acknowledasd that he had
had Interviews with buth sugar planter and
rellners or their representatives. In every
cano It was shown that the planters urged
epecino duties, and that the rellnors and Mr.
Cnrllslo urged nil valorem duties. To tho
planters who wautd ipecltlo dutle on their
rnw sugar ad valorem rates weru irlven, and to
the refiner who wanted ad valorem rate on
the rellned augar apeclllo rates were glvon.
It I claimed that the ad valorem rato on the
raw sugar works to tho disadvantage or tho
producer In this country, while ttio specula
duty on rellned sugar gives the refiner an ab
solute and llxed amount, but not quite what
he would have had had tne 15 per cent, propo
sition gono through.
TUB ItECALCirUANT iriTXEStKX
Illatrtet Attorney lllrney Will I.nv Their
,ten llefom tbe Urund .lnry on Slnndny.
Waiii.nqton. June 1. District Attorney IJlr
ney this morning concluded to lay the ruattorof
the two newspaper correspondents, Ldwardit
nnd Shrlvor. before the Graud Jury on Monday
next Mr. llirney said ho did not expect an
Indictment to be mado out In less thvnten
days, as It will tako nearly that length of time
to prepare th document.
"If indicted." be said, the defendants will
be tried In one of the criminal courts beforo
Judge McCotnns or Judgo Cole, 1 have been
notllled that therowlll be no iiirv trinls during
tho present term niter .hinJ 30. but wo shall
iloubtles ho able to bring the cases to trial
befnro that date."
Tbn statute under which tho correspondents
will be presented provides a penalty of a "flno
of not more than J1.000 nor lesa than $100.
and Imprisonment In a common fall for not
less than one month nor more than twelve
Rvaier.D jit a inrjL ica.
The Captnln of tbe l'rnlt arn the llnd Ion
Drllherntalr Jlnmm-d Her.
The Nova Scotlan barkOh-Eum-Soon. which
arrived yesterday from Mauritius, wns hailed
outside Sandy Hook by Capt btuckerofthe
tug ilobert lladdon, who followed hr and
tried to make a bargain with br sklppor,
Cat Moetnp, Ui tow - Mr Jn. .N:
uccdlng, be loft hr, healing oft about a
mile. The tug John T. Fratt Cant Enoa.
came along, and ucceeda In getting the job
ot towing the bark In. According to Mr. II
Tlmmins ot tho Mutual Towing Compaur, the
lladdon thsn stsamed up and her Captain told
Capt Enos that It was th lladdon' job, and
ordered the Pratt off, threatening to link her
If her pilot attempted to tow the baric. As the
l'rutt was taking tho hawser on board, the
Haddon ran between the l'ratt nnd the bark,
and cut the hawser; but a hawser was Anally
passed to the l'ratt
The Haddon, Mr. Tlmmins anys, then back
ed out and heading for th l'ratt ran lnU her
amid, hip, smashing n part ot hor rail aid
looaonlng the racking about herfunneL The
damage will. It la aald. amount to $2.tx I), Not
withstanding hor crippled condition, the l'ratt
held on to hor tow and brought her to port
bhe will go on the dry dock tor repairs.
The lladdon was lying at th toot of West
Tenth stroe: lnt night In churg of a deck
hand, who said he knew nothing. Capt.
Ntucxer bad cone to Fast New ork. A Cap
tain who had a talk with (.apt Btucker cave
the following vsrslon:
Tho Captain of the bark offered Capt. Stucer
$25 to tow his vessel up. Cant btnoker re
fused the offer. The bark's Captain replied
that he would anohor. Soon alter the l'ratt
came up to the bark, and aeelng the llaib'nn
asked what was the matter with th Haddon.
The Captain of the bark said he wouldn't
hav the lladdon under any circumstances,
and offered the l'ratt J.'lO. The offer wns ao
cepted. When th hawser was being made
fast the lladdon slipped In between tbe bark
and the Fratt and the hawser waa nut.
Tbenthe Haddon (truck tho l'ratt nmldahlp.
breaking some of her stanchions, tearing
away part ot her rail, nnd doing damage to her
machinery. The lliddon Is about twice the
size ot the Pratt The latter waa built for the
Standard OU Company, and Is now owned by a
THE RET, ZI1U llAKEIi BA.XO ALVXP.
He "VVnnted fvon but Christian lo Hlmr
Hymnn In thn Gbureb.
niniToriti. June 1. The Her. Mr. Raker Is
pastor of tbe Advent Church In Bristol, but on
Bunday tbe church will hold a meeting to dla.
euss the qusstlon of asking his resignation.
When th congregation itartad to ilng last
Bunday Mr. Eakr arose and said that none
but Christian should b allowed to alnc the
praises of God. Th choir stopped right tber
nnd the organlat left the church, and Mr.
Baker bad to lead th singing during th rest
of the services. At prarsr meetings It has
been Mrs. Baker's custom In addreaslnc the
Deity to expos th alleged hortoomlng, and
Ins of the church members, speaking In the
plalnsst terms In her prayers for their regen
eration. This aystematlo "calling doan" of
tbe member ot tbe church baa become tire
some. Neither reasoning nor expostulation
has availed anything, and tbe church mem
ber have deolded to call tor the resignation ot
Mr. Baker' husband.
luxir xtcuor.s iwixa ttblu
Ho I.lttl the Worn tor Ills Advtntarn that
He I, Jteutlr to Stila Avvnr Asaln.
NoBTnponT, I I.. June 1. Baby Eddie
Nichols, who wa lost about four day In a
patch ot woods near his home In Commac.
continue to Improve, and bid fair to live to
be a future Alderman or President, despite hi
terrible ordeal. When h was found and taken
horn on Thursday afternoon Dr. ltos, lelt
Fiosttlv order, that the child rbouldbekept
ree from excitement and ttat?hed continually
for the next few liars Yesterday, while hi
mother puck was turned, be alld slyly out of
hi, crib, and before any on knew it waa in
the dining room apparently ready for another
adventure, He wa hurried back to bed in
It I, not probabl Stockton Van Brunt, who
discovered the little runaway, will claim th
reward Mra. Nlchnla offered to the person who
would llnd her ihild Mr. an Brunt says
the joy he feels over the child's recovery 1
enough for him.
Iluadred of Frmern Afier Ibn Murderers
OiruMWi. Is, Juno 1. A spsclal train ar
rived at CantrlL twelve miles from this city,
yostsrday with bloodhound and horse to
track tbe Taylor brothers, who murdsredlhe
Meek family near Linneus, Ma, and added to
their crime tbe murder of a Sheriff and bis
fioss. They have been dtctcd by a farmer
ivlng near CantrlL. who had given the mur
derers food on Wednesday. A farmer eame
hare yesterday afternoon and reported seeing
the Taylor six miles from th city. Hundred
o( farmr In Van Buren county are sngasred
In tn hunt som, being promptsd by tb viler
ol a large reward.
Culcato JJiclt4-N,w Tork CstraJJtavM hew
Tori 10 JO R, arms CtUc kiJO ,aL,rrr
KOREA'S KING WARNS US.
AttKMCiX IX DAXOKtt IX Itlt ItK-
Tbn n.vsll I, Raid to lie Directed AKnla,t
Them, nnd All of Them May II Mnrdred
TJntea It I, Cheeked Thn Korean
Mlnlater Vise Upon Beeretary Oreahnm
thn Importance of Promptly Hendlnc a
War HUtp to th rje.a of thn Trouble,
WAsrttNOTnf, June 1. Th Korean Legation
In Washington received a cablegram to-day
from th King's palace nt Seoul saying that
tho rebels bad gained possession of Chunlato,
the southern and chief of th eight provinces
of th kingdom, that the lives ot all foreigner
were In danger and that the presence of a
United Btate war ship at Chemulpo without
delay to protect Amorlcan was urgently re
quested. Th officials of the legation Immediately
presented the facts to Secretary Gresham,
abd In a friendly manner Impressed him with
tho Importance of prompt action. They ex
plained that there woro between three and
four hundred Americans In the four principal
cities ot Korea, and that tho revolution was
renlly dlrocted against them.
The people aro dlrldod Into two political
parties, thn Fast and the West, the latter rep
resenting the progressive element In favor of
Western civilization a typified by the Ameri
cans, This party supports tho King, who la a
warm ndmlrorol tho United States, and who
has frequently git on proof of his friendship,
as In the present Instance.
The opposition adhere to Eastern notions,
and this party hat bcn rapidly strengthening
In tho Inaccessible portions of the country,
until, nccordlng to the cablegram just re
ceived, they hav succeoded In seizing an Im
portant province not over a hundred miles
from Seoul, the capital, and within a fow days'
march of the threo free ports where the for
elgnern reside. Unless they aro chockod by
some strongor power than the Government
seems able to oxert It Is considered probable
that many. If not all, the American residents
will bo murdered.
A llttlo moro than a year ago thero was a
similar uprising In Korea against forolunors,
but it wa quelled by tho prompt appearance
of the frigate Marion and thollringot a royal
ealuto. Tho nows quickly spread through th
country that a man-of-warhad arrived to pun
lah offenders against Amerlcnncltlzens.nnd the
movement was quickly terminated. A little Int
er the Alert made three visits to Chomulpo. tho
port of Pooul. nnd since that tlmo Americans
havo felt perfectly secure until lately. Tho
prosent outbreak Is attributed to the fact that
no American naval vessels bava shown the
flag In Korean waters, slnco tho visit of the
Alert, and Hint tho natives havo concolved tho
notion that the foreigners are unsupported.
Secretary Grosham laid tho matter before
tho 1'roaldont this afternoon, butuptoalato
hour to-night no action had boon takon, the
President deemlnc It advisable to await aro
port from Mlnlstor Bill on tho subject. Acting
Secretary ot the Navy MoAdoo was called Into
the consultation, and said that there waa one
ship available for use In the omorgenoy tho
Baltimore, now at Nagnsakl. Japan. Bhe could
reach Chemulpo within forty-eight hours after
orders were Issued to her. It Is understood
that orders directing the Baltimore to proceed
to that port have already been prepared In
clpliiTfloi -vj! jo cabled noon f heirsl
dent authorizes such action.
StUCtT lUUTIXn IX ItVLOARlA.
Tbe Vler-I'realdent oTthe HnbrnrJ, Mobb,d
Coefliel In the Aimf.
Son t. June 1. M. MIIslT, Vice-President of
the Sobranje, was attacked nnd outrageously
maltroatod by a mob last evening. The troops
rescued him with great difficulty. Prince
Ferdinand has Issued a decree confirming tho
Ministry ot M. Etolloff. It Is rumored that
Prince Ferdinand tontemplatos proclaiming
Antt-StambulotT riots have occurred In
Varna, Phlllpopolls, Uazardjlk, Tatar, and
other Bulgarian towns. In every case!resultlne
In bloodshed. Further disturbances are feared.
Bhulin, Juno 1. The Tagt'ihtt has a Bel
crado despatch which says that two battalions
ot Infantry and th entire police fore of Sofia
have declared themselves for Btambuloff.
Thorewaa a tierce conflict In the streets to
day between them andtthe loyal troops. Many
on both sides were killed. The riots In the
provinces continue. The Prefect of Tatar
l'azardiiz. East Itoumella, wa murdtred last
St. PETKr-snuna. June 1. The.Vuros Yremva,
In nn Inspired article, says that civil war In
Bulgaria Is apparently Inevitable. If ex-Pre-mler
Btambuloff obtains the upper hand for
eign Intervention Is certain.
Ill Kill JIOAT CAl'&JZED.
On, Mnn Ilrownad nnd Four HlrnKKltng for
Hull en Hour In the Kaal Illvor.
Bamuel Cameron, a plasterer, 33 year old,
who lived with bis wife and child at 116 East
Nlnety-seventh.street, was drowned off Biker
Island, tn tbe East Illver, yesterday afternoon
by the capsizing of a rowboat His four com
panions Lawrenc Curtln. a bartsndsrof 217
Vast 100th street; Charles Btrneyof 303 Eaat
100th street, Timothy Sullivan, a carpenter ot
1,035 Second avenue, and Frederick Caiol, a
carpenter, living at 173 Fast 117th street
were picked up by the College Point ferryboat
Weehawkan. after they had been clinging
to th overturned boat for halt an hour.
They reported Cnmeron's drowning to Capt
Wetrvelt et the Fast 104th street police sta
tion. The four rescued men wer under th
Influence ot liquor.
Curtln said the party had hired a boat at th
foot of Ea't 123d atreat. 11 rowed th bow
oar, f asssl was stroke. Near Hiker' Island
Cameron, who wa, seated In the stern of the
boat, cot upto walk forward. The boat prompt
ly upaer. throwing all bands Into the river,
which was choppy at that point Curtln saya
he was thrown inner the boat but dove and
grnHped th keel when he reached the surface,
bulllvan saved Blrner from drowning by grali
blnc him by th necK as h wa about to sink.
The men (aid It had been Impossible to res
rue Cameron because he had been thrown a
long distance from the boat and sank before
aid oould reach blm.
Tare a llomu Iietirrea Two H,,ldrneea,
Atmnti Ga., Jun 1. A bomb was exploded
at midnight almost under th horn of P.O.
Wall on Walksr street. Wall is a rullroad en
gineer. The side of tli house was shattered,
but no one wa injured, A narrow alley sepa
rates Wall's house from tb Methodist parson
age, occurled by the ltev. K. II, Eakts. Tb
bomb was thrown from the street, and It Is a
question as to wbleh bouse it was Intended to
Heealled Ih, Invitation lo CoL Ilrekarldce,
Outcaao, Jun 1. Fulton, IP., Is not to bav
CoL Breckinridge a It Fourth of July orator.
An Invitation was accepted, but baa been re
called. The Kev. W. B. Norton, pastor t th
Fulton M. E. Church, ayi;
"W want tbe world to know that Fulton
hasn't relapssd into barbarism nor devsloped
such anUbnormal condition of rellned asnsual
lam a to welcome the most conspicuous ex
ample of whitewashed libertinism this gen
eration haa seen "
Louisville. J une 1. Tbe meeting to protest
acalnat Col. llrnklnrldg'a candidacy wbica
was hld at Versailles this afternoon wa
large, and was made up of the beat-known
citizens In tbe county. A. J. Alexander, the
stock breeder, presided. Addresses were
made by th Kev Dr. McGarveyof BUI Col
lege. Lexington, and Judge fieora 11. Kin
kad. Ksitolutlon wer adopted denouncing.
BrucklnrMfle' candidacy a an intuit to good
moral, and calling upon all good eltlxsa to
tut ail boa.bli taetu (9 dtlal b
Mttsn-httti tVoaniaHaWykJnVt iJaatajanfja1
aivtiEHis sat Timr week CLUtitiKD.
Bophomer,,' Ilonlre Triumph Ilrakan Vp
by Twenty. flv Pelle.men.
The tophomore class ot Columbia College
celebrated last night thlr annual triumph
ovrLgendro. After parading In Fifth and
Madison avenues th students went to the
vacant lot nt Slxtr-elghth street and Avenue A.
Hr the boys, to th number of about 200.
built several large bonfires. Five police offi
cer were present to ses that order was main
tained. While the fire were blazing tho entlr police
reserve of tho East Sixty-seventh ntreet sta
tion, numborlnu twenty-five men and under
the command of Bergoant William C. lllco,
swooped down upon the celebrants. The at
tack was a surprise.
The lot Is surrounded by a six-foot fence
and the pollco closed tho gate whon they en
tered. Thon there waa a rush for the fences.
The boys say the police used their clubs and
beat many ot tho students.
The police mado no nrroK and five mlntit
after they had entoiod tho lot tho whole crowd
of bors had disappeared over the fences. The
attaoK was made about 11 o'clock.
Bonn attar students wont to tho station and
mado complaint to Sergeant Hus,ey. Borne of
thorn were bleeding about the head and
hands, and one had n bad cut on the wrist
Theso wounds, Ihey said, had been Inflicted
by tho police. J C, atentlne was so weak that
he could not stand, and had to be carried to a
cabby his companions and taken to his home.
After the first delegation of students had left
tho station others appeared, also cut and
bruised, and made similar charges.
The students say that the Sergeant refused
to hear them and Anally shut the station doors,
declining to let them in. Borne of thoso who
perslstod In going up tho station steps, they
ay, wero pushed from the door?.
Finally a dotal! of police was sent out from
the station and the street was cloared.
Ssrceant lllco denied that his men used
clubs. Ho said that complaints had bssn
made at the station by cltlzon that the boys
wore making too much noise.
When the police appeared the boys scattered
nnd rnn. The boys' Injuries, the Sergeant
stated, were no doubt received when thy
jumped ovor tho fences.
The students threatoned to complain to Su
perintendent Byrnes to-day.
A attSERLX OLD SIAS'S tOMUSE.
Property to tbe Vnlue of 81, 000,000 Found
In nn Ulil Trunk Af r HU Ilrulli.
PoumiKErrfcir, June 1. Wllllnm W. Cornell,
an eccentric and mlsorly old man. died on Sat
urday last In his modest home, at 11 Garfield
place, whero ho had lived for the last thirty
roars, lie was oblldlsss, and his only com
panion wa Mrs. Hurlburt his housekeeper.
His wife had boen dead fifteen years. Th
next ot kin and heirs at law. In learchlng
through th house, opened an old trunk
In a bedroom and found a box
which contained railroad, town, and
Government bonds, representing an ag
gregate value of over $1,000,000. It baa
alaobeen developed that Mr. Cornoll before hi
death presented his housekeeper with $5,000.
He Inherited $40,000 from his father. Latham
Cornoll ot Troy, whom he succeeded In the
stovo and Iron business. IIo owned real estate
in Troy and New Y'ork.
The heirs to his large estate aro Charles W.
Cornell of Bondout and W. 0. Harrington ot
Troy, nephews; Mr. It. E. Adams ot New
btrrcii and Mr? Sarah E. Keller of Poughkeso
s!e, nlecos, and two children ot the late Col.
Latham 0. Strong of Tarrytown. grand
nephew. If. F. Adam It a clerk tn a f urnt
tur stor In Newburgb.
RIOT AT A. COLLEGE IIURLIOQVE.
A. Ileer Home Thrown from the Btng Illla
a Woman In the Audience.
Carlisle, Pa., Jun 1. The annual bur
lesque ol the sophomore class by the fresh
men of Dloklnson College was held before e,
larce audience In the opera houso to-nlcht
The sophomores entered while tho burlesque
was progressing and tried to Interrupt It
ItayZug of Carllsl threw beer bottlos from
the stag at a sophomore In the audience and
struck Miss Eva Fisher In tbe face, Injuring
her severely. Carlisle polloemen then Inter
fered, and Dr. Iteed, President of the college,
requested the audience to withdraw from the
halt The young woman was taken home un-oonsctous.
vio rLirvLArs ox fifth avexve.
A I.lquor-crntd Iluvtlo Kntertntnn u Crowd
In tba Millionaire District.
A man who said that he thought he llvel In
New Jersey, but wasn't sure, amused a large
number ot persons by cutting up wild capers
at the corner ot Fifty-seventh street and Fifth
avenue shortly after U o'clock last evening.
He had on no hat nor coat. Ills trousers were
tucked Into a pair of rough cowhide boots, and
be wore a flaming red necktie. He 11 rst at
tracted the attention of persons on tbe avenue
by trying to turn handsprings aerosa the aids
walk. Then he attempted to stand on his
head with hi feet braced against the railing
surrounding William U. Whitney' residence.
He Anally fell upon the pavement where he
lay on hi stomach until arrested by a police
man ot th East Fifty-Arst trot station.
On tne way to the station house the man re
fused to utter a word. When questioned by
th Sergeant ha only (tared vacantly at the
buttons on the official coat Then be began
to run vloUntly up and down in front of th
" i guess he's been drinking too mueh had
whisker." said tbe Sergeant winking at th
"My Uodl" yelled the man, stopping sud
denly. " I haven't had a drop since yesterday,
and that waa beer."
Then he explained that he hadnt said any
thing before because his throat waa stopped
up. lie said that he was Jacob Danne. 45
years old. a farmer, and dl In t live anywhere.
Then ho corrected himself and said that th
last thing he rmmbered he came from
omewhre In New Jry. He waa taken to
th Insane pavilion at Bsllevue JIospltaL
A LOilUX 1'AHKIIUIt.lT.
Thl Treacher I, Hur. Ha Will Convict th
l.lle 'Ibcra of Corruption,
Bostov, June 1, The Iter, Iiaao J. Lansing,
pastor of tho Park Street Churoh, who said In
an address yesterday that he had tbe evidence
to show that there are dens ot vie In thl city
which ars being protected by th police, has
not made any charges to the Board of Police.
Dr. Lansing said this afternoon'
" S r hav nam, dates, times, and affidavits.
We know who the go-btwns are and th
lOllce who have hobnobbed with thoae wbo
iav alJe'l the keeper, to g,t clear. We are not
going to take any chance, on lack of umclont
evidence tn convict In each and every cat.
nnd that evidence we are colle-tlng dally and
nightly for presentation to the proper author
ities. There will be no tlawa in am case we
present, and th work that ha been started
will be carried on to the hitter end. There
will be time enough for word after our deed
have spoken, and I am sstlsfled they will
peak, Neither Boston nor New Fngland haa
becom aulllclently 'for!gnlzd to overlook
th fundamental principle of morality and
Maxim' Culra.a Ilallerlhaa u HI,, I Target.
London, June 1. Illram Maxim's bullet
proof cuirass was tested at tb Eritn gun
works to-day. Shot from army rifle wre
first fired at a steltrg,t bait an Inch thick,
tb buIUta piercing it through, bbots from
Imllar cartridges wer then fired at the
cuirass, with tb effect ot making only a slight
Indentation. Tb cuirass is compoisd of a
thin plat of steal encased In felt and la only
bait th thickness ot Hsrr Dowe's cuirass.
Dunkirk I-ocomollv, lor Ilraall.
Tb Brook Locomotiv Workf Dunkirk,
N. Y., bav lust received from Messrs. Flint &
Co. of thUclty an ordsr lor thirty passanger
locomotiv for tb Central Hallway of DrazlL
21 ordr will amount to starty ,60.000.
gswa Jin iiiiiit anaanjiMpii s, 1 1 1 1 .
KIIItIIIMIG TAX! 'WM
Now York's Thrifty Myriads -l- f if M
Raiso Their Mighty Voipo. Jfj JnH
'I I lilnH
NO POPULISM FOR THEM. : 1H
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All Interests Represented at tlio yf 'J HH
Mass Meeting in Carnegie Hall. j i WH
Holdsrn of llnndrcd of Million of Trnat w, v,p
Fnnda I'rotot In thn Nnrae, of Their 2 ) nHnmmmml
Wnrd Aanln,t Ilia Ineom Tx-.V I,.l. Iffi t' (taSH
lr Irnm Mraator Hill llnnaunelnc Ih $ , ,BKm flammml
Ineniao Tan nn a Hactlonal Attack nn thn ''Sj MfVHflammml
K.oplre Blnte Praaldent Towaxnd, Kcp. ? I.'j H
roenttua tha Hnvloa Hank, Hlmtve4 ,f 1 nnMmmmml
How thn Tax 'Would Hear on th Poor- lM
I'ror. Cbarllon T. I.eul, riuoka of th ' l l' 9vf
KIT-ct nn I.tfn Inaurane, Klmnn Htrrnn T" t ii WioBmmmn
Mnld Ihnl IO Per Cent. nrthaTn Woutd ' j At if f
Ha l.avUd In Ih Kaal The V.fTrrl on '! I M jaM aaanaaaal
Vnrlon, Inter,, la Ile.cHheil by O.her I'lKS? naannaani
Hnenkcra Th Inromn Tax Would He a JS' J'fl m
T.tx nn Honraty nnd a Premium on Per HU fl M fannnanani
Jury-Mora Than 1,000 Telrcrim, F.x. ''sfl' 1 K sssmmfl
pressing Sympathy lleerlved from All WlV ) JIM flnnananl
Partn or tbe Country nt In Maae Menllae. SHvi 38 BnaaanH
Last evening's meeting to protest against - -! i 09 b&H
tha Income tax, held under tho auspices of the Vjl 5J8 naannanai
Business Man's Association of New York In I. ' 1K
Carnegie Halt, wa a proof of the power and' , ' JjJaH
grandeur of Now York and the honesty and 1 $ H
patriotism ol its citizens. Tho audience, th ) M !:
speakers, and tho Vice-Presidents weio of the B ylBH
class of mon who turn tholr faces against any tj fnB
encroachment of socialism Into the Govern- fj jjH
ment of th United States as promptly and 'J jSJSf H
sternly as they would turn tbolr faces to con- ) lis nannnnannl
trout a foreign Invader. 1 tUsa sananaai
Last evening's meeting represented In nde- ilsW Nsannnaani
gree rorhaps neverbefore seen In one meetlnC ' t;
the business Interests of New York and the ' MB aannnnafl
thrlftand enterprise of Its citizens as demon- MB aaannnaani
strated by their savings in banks and their lift eBSH
lnvostmouts In Insurance. The provident dur ,jHII HH
laborer, th mechanic the clerk, the great flR unnnnnnH
rnaaa of the people, whose savings are draw- flfl jH
log Interest in the banks of the Btato, or ar HHH
providing for the maintenance ot other I lUn'l
through Insuranc Investment were repro- SH Hafta
sented with as mueh vigor and enthusiasm a I 9B aftaHai
the Interest of the wealthiest merchants on the 3 BB
speakers' platform. 1 Mv H
The arrangements forth meeting were well j3 HaVVH
plannod In all their details and were carried .. Sftftaftalnl
out perfectly. The regular ushers of the Car- I $HK
negle Hall attended to the seating ot the au- r 1 flKi ILaHasnnnl
dlence. whloh came early, and the early com- '3 BaWiBannnnnl
erswere repaid, for as a preliminary to th '7 I UkV HaHalnl
meeting ther was an sxcsllent programme of 4 mBt saBs!
music given by tho Seventh Regiment band. i R
Looking over th audlenceon the main floor : gffi
from a position near the stage. Its ! Km
most notable characterlstla was th i ' Hb-I
large proportion of young men and j jnfl annnnnnnnn!
men under middle age. and the mora I : 6
than usually large representation of the sex , j 1 HH''BaHalnl
who ox tat sow daraandlna equal -political CM jf tfflf nnnnnnnftl
rights. In the boxes ladles almost equalled j I B
the number of their male escorts and through- tj MflsiWaHann!
outtheorenlng displayed an Intelligent and H W !
enthusiastic appreciation of the strong point 5 1 ' Sflff
made by the speakers. On the stage the men Q , 8Wt
were older on an average; they were the man 9 2S
Who have built up in New York Its groat com- 9 92 H
merclaL banking, Insurance, and genoral In- 3 w
terests, 'I . H H
The meeting was called to order by Col. W. ; S Sg
I Strong, who briefly Introduced as Presl- 1 HtiVannnnnnl
dsntot tho meetlnc Mr. Evan Thomas, Presl- j H
dent of the New Y'ork Produce Evchance. and f H'
as Secretary, Mr. Edward F.'O'Uwrer. Pre si- A ;
dent Thomas In taking the chair ot the pre- y B-innnnnnnn!
siding officer roquested the Secretary to read ! j HiftaHannl
the business men' call for a non-partisan ' 8 B
meeting. When the Secretary came to the Iln Vaftnnl
signers of thecnll be found the task too much S Hf
for one evening' work and read as follows: n . B' Hannnnnnnl
"P.eprosentlng the Insurance Interest. John 3 B' B
A. McCall and a hundred others; representing jj H. H
the savings bsnks, John P. Townseud, Prusl- i ft H
dsntot tha Bowry Savings Bank, and fifteen j i ' Bjftft
others; representing trust eompanles. F. P. 1 B ftftftl
Olcott President ot the Centre! Trust Com- I ' I ft ftftftfl
pany, and Afteen others; representing tbe dry k '- ft aBBBjj
goods Interest the Arm of Clafllni Co. and a , ft Bftftft
hundred others ; repressntlng th jewelry In- , ' 1ft ft
dustry. the firm of Ludwlg. Ntnen c Co. and 19 ftftsftal
twenty others; representing gsneral commer- j Ift Bftftft
ctal'lntorests. It M. Gallaway and fifty others; -, ) jBj ,BBfta
representing the grocery traue, F. B. Tbur Ift ftftftft
berand Altyothera; repressntlng theclothlnir '.! ft ftftftft
trade. Itogsrs, Pet 4 Co, and Afteen others." j H
The audience who had programme of th H ft
ventngln thslr hands glancsd at tbe list ot H ft
signers as the Secretary read, and w that ' jS ftftftft
the "other" rsDrsssnUd th foremost and j . 3B Bftftft
bast known Individuals and Arms In tho Inter- '' M ftftsnftl
ests named. J gS Bftftft
Mr. Thomas then. In a brief but very strong jr;. St 'S H
speech, said that be supposed he had bean ' j j jut Bftft
selected as President ot th meeting because . j 'm
he represented the strongest commercial body j , H H
not only in th United Btate. but In the world. r li9 aBBBsi
whose msmter did laat year a business at 5 ; H !
first hand of tlld.000.00a Mr. Thomas spok l I B Bftftft
as follows 1 '-!lft ft
LiDics and GixTXruis: I hav been r- ; : ft 1
quested to preside over this asasniblsge for j ( w ftftB
tbe reason that I preclde ovor tb largest fj ;j jS H
business association in this or anyother coun- , W
try. Tbe New York Produce Exchange ha )! fc Bftftft
3,000 members, who, last rear, did a cash f lit H
business In first bands ot $140,000,000, j TM IftBBfl
This Is one ot the tbrse communities In the f! ij , H
country that allows no polities to mix with It (i ll ife l
business operations. Taxation and tariff ff i (., H
should be considered simply as business mat- - j 1 H
tsrs and not political. When this happy time I !
arrives, which thecommonsnsot the Amerl- 9 ftftftft
can people will some day bring about, this dl- f 9 Bftftft
vorca will tako place; and thsn proper constd- f . t ', ft H
eration will be clven to the r,pres,nttiouaof ? 2 'pl
those wbo know what tb needs ot tbteoun- ;' U in. H
try are, ;' f, ft ftBBBJ
Our object In meeting to-night Is to protest . C 9 ftftft
In a most earnest manner against having th Jifnf ftftftft
inquisition again established among us. An H'l B
Income tax Is so un-American, and ao partial i'jlM ftftftft
In Its injury, that it sheuld not be tolerated fj L,K
among frs people. That It will Anally be- ', -a H
come a law I cannot and will not believe, and 1, jJJ
trust that you will all do what in you (lea to i il?
prevent thl onerou tax, with th horde ot h & H
spies that It will necessitate, being Imposed .1 H
on tb people. T ft ftftnftai
beeretary O'Dwyar then itated that tb com- L iV..
mlttee having charge of the meeting bad re- ? f- 3 H
celved answers to every Invitation they had 4g I ftftftft
ssnt out ot town, and among others read th ," t V 9B
UUeraphloresponsss received from Congress i t
msnblckltsandllsndrlx aa follows; y n. B H
WtiiuiiioroM, Junl. lift ftftaftft
W . AI'M, A.akLMyj PlaV aBaaBl
"Duties h,r prevent attending antl-lncom : !T''ftftnftBal
tax mtlng. I voted against an Income tax j fWk .ftftftft
when tb measure was bsfore tb Ilouss. I jkl ftftftftl
shall vot against any bill containing an In- ?, iA V ftftftftl
com tax. no matter bow meritorious in othtr '.' y hw ftftftftl
respects tb bill may b. I- E. Bicxlui." ft I ftftftftl
" WiKuiN.ToN. Junel. i'faW ft!Bnftft
"flmJ . O''w.rr. H ria,klluti tsarS SaBaaalEani
"Unabl to atUnd meeting. I Am In biartr Bft
sympathy with Its rsilstanc, to an un-Amrl- fXM ftnftnHH
an tax schsma. J C. IUnubi" i F
Thn tbr wa a big and nthuslasUo round -.J 3i ftftftftl
ot applaUs. Whsn Mr. lloCail stsppel forward IBbI 'aftftftftl
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