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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1912..
WAR PANIC GENERA
IN EUROPEAN MARKETS
t I 11.. m r ii!
tivv ( iiuiimiii i acciiriucs
in London From tlm Con-
CONSOLS PROP TO 72 15-10
Financiers in Berlin Look
To-morrow With the
lrti rtihtf rtrwatelitt lo Tub Sri.
I toNPOS Oct. 12. A war panic reigned
CupoH'oiirt for some lime to-day on a
font mum" "f heavy unloading from
L. i. TtAIln nnd VUnnn. tVnfllr an.
wn- "'" -
ennnts were cloned out. Tho wholesale
j.r(.lon spread to all department.
ur . . i i . i
PifCAln numer rmiwi n nnu nenrieu
ftllv hut the close was very nervous.
rvmcoK which hitherto have shown a
rMnarkHble resistance, broke sharply
II one time and were freely offered at
J51VI. which Is a new low record. Favor-
(t on the i,onion, ram ana nornn
kflnrvn ucn as lanamnii i-acincs,
ilumped heavily There excited
ind heavy sellinR from Berlin In the Ca-
pidun Pacific securities, wnicn lost is
Mints this week
' i ii.. i
Americans oienen nauiy. 1 ins uepai i
broke 24J, the lowest quotation to-day
being 353, as against 277M. which was the
previous lowest for the week.
The day was very bad for those carry
ing stocks on small margins and their
number Just now In Montreal is unusually
great. Tho tightness of money at the
banks owing to the grain movements I
prevented them from giving much as-
sistance. Many people were holding
on to their C. P. R. stock for the purpose
of realizing the melon promised by the
new stock Issue and their losses art! as
yet hard to estimate.
Sir Rudolphn Forget and Oordon
Htrathy, vice-chairman of th exchange,
did something to stem tho nanio by buy
ing largely, but a black Monday Is certain,
as thero will be much calling of fresh
margins. The rise of prices on Monday
depends largely on how Wall Street
acts. Sir Rudolph" Forget told Thb Ht'.v
correspondent he had seen greater breaks
on the Montreal market, but never one
with so many people Involved In the
THB EE SHOT IN SALOON ROW.
One Thxnaht Dying anil Proprie
tor I Arrested.
As the result of tho use to which John
Roth, a saloon keeper at 763 First avenue
nnar Forty-third street, put a magazine
gun in defending his liar room from
attack by a crowd of young men about
10:30 o'clock last night Frank Parker.
19 years old. a butcher, of 351 East Fifty
eighth street, is said to be dying in the
Flower Hospital with a bullet In his right
A crowd of young men went to the
saloon and after having several drinks
refused to pay for them. Roth insisted
Bmt was besieged with sellers. Prices nn caH)i and the visitors Itegan a rough
minted at wide mnrelns and c osea i noiii-e. .Mirro.M ana winnows were
mth few exceptions at the lowest point, smashed, the back bar was wrecked and
Uwfcvill- and Nashville lost Chew- " j," -V. ' " ' ft
avenue, and his brother. Joseph Schaefer.
a sailor on the United states ship
Arxansas, were injurcn in tne tracas,
but not seriously.
When he realized that but little would
be left of his place Roth went behind his I
oar room ana came rortn witn nis
magazine gun. He admitted later that
he fired two shots.
Policeman Walter Carroll of the East
Fifty-first street nollce station heard the
rapid firing and ran to the saloon. Tho I
crowd escaped before he eot there, but
the nolieeman found Parker lvinc on
the 'floor unconscious in a pool of blood
awl nan him sent to tne Mower Hospital
Roth was arrested.
It. was reported at the hospital late
last night that Parker said on regaining I
consciousness that he dutn t know who
Shortly after the saloon row James
McDonough. 20 years old, a driver, ofl
04S Second avenue, was taken to lielloviio
Hospital by two vounc men. He had a
pistol shot wound In the neck find said
thrt he got it at Fortv-second street and
First avenue. He claimed that he hadn't
the slightest idea how or why he was shot.
His wound was not serious.
Ten minutes later John Flvnn, IS years
old, a plumber's helper, of 701 Second
avenue, walked Into Bellovue with a girl
nnd said that while h was in t he neighbor
hood of First avenue and Forty-third I
street a bullet stung him In the lert shoul
der. NOT MONEY, WILSON BUTTONS.
oeike and Ohio 3K. Reading 2. Southern
PCinc ... meei ana omers i io
A nniiK rate oi a per ceni. is im'u m
(er nxt week. Tho foreign market was
. Rumors of an American loan to Turkey
wrrf widely discussed, but there are no
iftails of any such transaction. Many
pople Mieve the report is true.
Leading bankers on I he Paris and Herlin
bmrses are forming syndicates to support
th markets. The bourses in these capi
tis were demoralized to-day.
Jaris. Oct 12.-In addition to the
prtabl rupture of the peace negotiations
between Italy and Turkey, disquieting
reports to the effect that Austria was mo
biliMng part of her forces to prevent the
invaiion of th sanjak of Novi-Bazar
cause! a collapse of prices on the bourse
tcdaj. The depression was more acute
than )n previous clays. Rentes after
trying to keep at S8 closed at 87 franco
95 rentmes. 70 oentimes below the pre
vious dosing, but recovered to s.07
(ter th bourse dealings.
Foreijn funds continued agitated. Ser
vians lott 3 points, Turks 2!f, Italians 1.23
and Husiians 2.15 to 3.50. Tho Bonk of
Pans losi about 60 and the Union Pari
iinne thi same, while the Credit Lyon
cais drorpod 18. French and Spanish
railways idded a dozen points to the
The weakness in the New York market
yesterday was attributable to Conti
nental salei, notably to Berlin realizations
en Canadian Pacific. Thero wus a col
lapse in cooper here. Rio Tintos losing;
100 Russian industrials dropped heavily.
Drnu.v, Cct. 12. This was a black day
nn the Berln and Frankfort bourse! on
whifh pro1ncial stockholders dumped
imperative selling orders. Tho big Hansa
Shipping Company's shares fell 20 points
and the big banks lost I to 4 points. Her
man console dropped another half point
to-day Russian banks fell 4 to fi, Rub
.an consols l) and Canadian Pacifies 8.
Iteprcsentitives of tho banks held a
conference at, noon, but could see no way
for united ac:ion. One bank representa
tive is reported to have stated that it waa
hopeless to attempt to check the pani
stricken sellers. Those present at tlje
conference atreed to try to quiet thr
The Government is seriously con
cerned over th situation and representa
tives of several banks were called' in con
ference at the Foreign Office. A new
and disturbing factor has arise under the
fear that Russia will shut off the exporta
tion of grain. Rye jumped 7 and wheat
4 marks per ton. still further aggravating
the problem of hjgh food prices.
Monday is- looked, forward to with
WHAT'S BEHIND THE PANIC?
Rot Parade llrowil Mrmmhles for
Shower From Window t.rilttr.
An office boy with a hatful of Wilson
campaign buttons and a' few criminal
Intentions climbed on a wlndnw'ledgc of
the Fifth Avenue Hiilldlne yesterday
while the Columbus' Day parade of
Italians was marching nolsely uptown.
lTesently the boy 'emptied the hat.
The buttons cascaded on the heads of
sidewalk observers five stories below.
Stralghtwny'the parade was forgotten I
In n scramble. Police Inspector Dwyer
saw the s'ower. The fifth story, from
which they enme. contnlns the ntllcrs nf
the Dfrnocrutlc National Committee.
Said Inspector Ower to Tratllc Po
liceman Martin Walsh;
"ump up there and tell 'em thnt
whoever throws any more money out
of that window will bo arrested. Oct
Walsh eventually encountered Col.
John I. Martin, serpeant-at-arms of the
Democratic National Committee. Col.
Martin was n veteran of political con
ventions before Policeman Walsh was
born. "What are your views on the
visit of the .fleet to this harbor?" In
quired Col. Martin.
The policeman made It quite plain
that he was not Interested In the tlcet,
He wound up with: 1
"You can't make a monkey of me."
"You have already made one of your
self," replied Col. Martin. "Now that
you have done your duty, please depart,"
Paris rinnnclal Puper Nays It Is 'ot
P'cial rable twitch In Tni Kc..
I'ahis, Oct. 12. -The Finaaci'aJ A'ors
questions whether the foreign political
situation justifies the present panic on
th Bourse. It is no exaggeration to
refer to the condition of to-day and yes
terday n a panic. Such a frenzy, the
taper ays, could y understood a year
Ho when France was within two inches
cl war with Germany, but now tho French
nd German interests are the same and
it i almost inexplicable.
The depreciation in prices may be
etlmntfd at from 5 to 20 per cent, on
the .ec unties quoted nn tho Bourse
Thi ha been provoked by realization
en about J,.ioo,nno,000 of flowing securities
hiie the .-mire amount of French se
curities is estimated at $20,(KKl,000,OOn.
Hence bee ause i-oinething morn than
i per cent of the holders of securites
ere oomprlled lo realize the wholt
amount has dixproportionately depre
ciated The paper has information from which
it helwvet that the ieucii negotiations
between Italy and Turkey have not been
hoken off, but on the contrary will soon
n concluded It adds that a Paris bank
refund a onn of $1,000,00)) to the Servian
Many financiers say the inflation of .Rus
sian industrials is an active factor in
"he depreciation These metallurgical
(ompanieh have had an enormous advance
tn a ear For example, Maltzoff has
chanced from 2,tn lo e,6o francs,
Hriansk (rorn 4d0 to !W3, Toula from M7
M0" Hartmann from fiitfl to 827, Tagan
from :sn io S15, Doneu from 830 to
Ji. Dnie I'rovieniiH from 1,700 to 3,300,
This use I1H noi. justified by increased
$1,800 IN BILLS FOUND ON HER.
Woman TaUen In llrllertir SufTer
InK From llalliiftiiallotia.
A woman describing herself as Annie
E. Crider. 40 years old, was taken from
411 Fourth avenuo by Dr. Krida to Bello
vue Hospital yesterday suffering from
alcoholism nnd hallucinations, People in
the house had asked Policeman Wengnr
man to relievo them of tho woman's
company because she had a habit of
slipping down to the Mreet half clad.
The jwitient had in her possession SI.SOO
in bills and It.ooo worth of jewelry. Letters
wero found In her room addressed to" Frank
A Do Winl. Warwick Hotel, Atlantic
Citv. N J " and "Mrs. F Do Wint, 110
South Broad street, Philadelphia "
Tho woman said she left Philadelphia
four months ago with Do Wint, who hud
assisted her in the settlement of an uncle's
chtulo. They went to Atlantio City,
hIio said, and two weeks ago she accom
panied him to the. I'ourth avenue house.
She said she was engaged lo marry him.
A card was found in the woman's room
indicating tha; Do Wint represented
I.loyd t Co . brokers, Philadelphia.
SLAYER SHOT FOR REVENGE.
Open a Deposit Account
AT THR NEW STORE
Interest on what you save, and a divi
dend on what you spend, saving money
both ways; 4 0,1 deposits and 2C'0 on pur
chases, guaranteed by a $100,000 bond riled
with the Comptroller of New York State.
.Mall enters must be accompanied by money nnlrn.
xYES TESTED FREE
knm EYE GLASSES;
Vj spring, toric
value ; Monday for ... .
In Srw nrk'e chopping (enter.
A Distinctly Unique and Comprehensive
Assortment of Fashionable High Grade
Suits for Women and Young Women
IF tailors could devise better and more perfect fashions we should have Ijhem ; in other words, the very newest
things are all here.
Nothing miosing every material that is worthy, every new style that the tailor has produced this season.
One need not necessarily pay heavily to keep up in the race of fashion ; neither need one pay dearly
to secure first-class quality.
Much money and worry will be saved by coming to Kesner's.
THIS SUIT is of wide
wale diagonal, with fancy
vest and high Robespierre
collar of contrasting broad
cloth. Strap in back.
Lined with pecu de cyene.
A very stylish effect, shown
III U1C new A c(
browns $ J .ull
THIS Sl'lT is of basket 1 THIS SUIT is of French
weave worsted with em
broidered collar and large
fancy buttons. Skirt is
draped and finished with
large buttons also. In
ladies sizes. A new Fall
men who j
dress well. . .
serge, tape bound through
I out; coat is 32 inches in
length and lined with guar
anteed satin. Model fin
ished with large buttons.
All sines shown -in
navies and pfl''
blacks, very spc
l cial for Monday
THIS SUIT of Limasvillc
Cheviot has regulation 32
inch coat with rounded
corners. Finished with
fancy ornaments. Shown
in brown, blue and black,
in sizes lor
misses and p
THIS SUIT is of men's
wear worsted, plain tai
lored, with hnnd turned
lining. A very late and
popular model cut on grace
ful lines. All ,
sizes for p H A O
ladies, very J.T
I special, at .
THIS SUIT, cut on the
very latest lines, is made
of diagonal serge, heavily
braided velvet collar and
is lined throughout with
guaranteed satin. Shown
i i ii mill WW I MiMB 111 IMIMil II
IN THICK PEA SOUP FOG
Week Knil Unci's DcIiin cil nini
Locomotion (icncrallv Is
luauaEur. W cutiR (ivoi on the . Mauritania 1 un.i not .shaken nnd tho profersor w is I CAVALRYMAN STdS RUNAWAY.
BIG DROP IN C. P. R. STOCK
"moll llnl.l. r. In Miuitrrnl .rr lliu-d
MMitAi Oct 12 A panio occurred
" 'In- Mi unreal .Stock Kxchatigo to-day,
iUf.pcl 1 ilii. nowH of lliii ilenrchflon on tln fifth street ulatlon.
Uirou.,u, vmrt'H in roiiM-iuence of Ihe .
Halk.-nik 1 1 iiitiln aivl holJfM of ('. P. H. 1 lilicn l.llirnrj In Arnilrmr
Vlrllm, tVininilril I'nlnllv, lliiran'l
Knnn Who tint 111 .
Thomns Lynch, LM yearn old, of fi'J I
(Ireonwlch street was tahen tn Hellevuo
Hospital lust niKht suITei'lnK ,'rnni a
bullet wound In the left Ipr nnd another
under the henrt. He said he was shot
In front of lilO tost Thirteenth street
nnd didn't know who "not him." He l
not expecled to live.
According to the story which the phv.
slclnns and police ot from him by
piecemeal he onre shot and l.llled a
man and was acquitted. Ho said he be
lieved he had been follnwi i by some
body who took lefiiRe In a linllwny and
took a shot at him Just for revenue.
Lynch was found lylnu on the sldn
wnlk and npp.irently the eunman 'ir
Kiinmen were nowhere In slBht when
the police reached him. He was taken
to the hospital by Policeman I.awlor of
Uvk h.ird hit
n K.illri,4 nf tlia eichan?n wero
frond'l w1! ex-iie1 s;wiators who
I ti. aciuinul.it Ions of ve.ir wnt
) in a tttw seconda. C." P. K. stock of Inscriptions.
, Ff trial t'aklf Dftralr In THR HI N
IMr.is, 'cti 12 - I'rof. Salomon
Helnach has presented a fot of the
I.oeh classlra.l lilirury to the Academy
Sprcuil Cnl U iftpalrt lo Tor Sin
l.oN'noN, Ooi 12 - A f')K of varyiui;
ilonsity has enshrouded KuclancI for
thirty. six hours All shipping in Ihe
Me' soy at Liverpool was hold up and loco
motion in London was very dilllcull. TUN
caused lh lioat train for lh .Maurelimi
toliodelaywl in (?ettln(iaway from llusion
station. This was a forlunuio thinu fur
Jacob I aim of Philadelphia, who umwd
at Harwich from the Continent tlm morn-
t itiK. The train to London was ilHuyrd,
but a fast aulomobilo carrl'-d Mr Lab"
across London and he arrived at Huston
mat ion just in time lo catch the last sec
tion of tho Mauretania's train.
A moil K other passi'iiKers on the Maure
tania is Jullon T. Uavios, the New Vorl:
lawyT. w'10 '1RS lwo '"oiiths sliootinr;
in Scotland. Mr. Dnvica Kiid olitIcal
mltors u the l.'nited St.iles wero nil
shaping toward (lov Wilson as the next
President. KtiKllfh and American busi
ness men, Mr. Pavies haid, think the
United Ht.-.'os is nearitiK a commercial and
......... I m, I tlin fhiu .fill k..l in
i lllliunii (. ,.... ...... ...... ..... ..... ... ,..
once ihe country is free of the present
political turmoil, ihe temporary check
to the development of this boom, due to
tlm war in the llnlknns, will soon dis
appear. Sis-nkitiK of the lack of rolling stock
owned by tho rallro.idi Mr. 1),ivIh said
this was du in pin to th f.ul tlui1 the
companies weie not encouiMied by (ti
present tendency of e"H.ition in the
Hi n''ii the producjion of 'The Merry l'oun-
les-t ill ew orK no win also try
in M-riiru ximu of ine piosent American
HK1C..MS for Umdon Mr Kninrtiy 'e
111111 Hi" report thai ho does not hold a
very hiMlh opinion of Ainertcin actor; on
tho contrary, he li.is the jspmu's admir.i
tuii) l.or tlivm.
Daniel (lii'im'iilieitn and lit wife and
laui;lucr ai ,il-n on ihe Mauietanm
Mr. (i.iKS,,n'l''im .poi;e liopefully of ihe
copper marhe., winch lie sud was so k,u
ulnctory (nt the onlv iroiibl" was tr
kwfi pno'M nornul iir.u pioduco a supply
eipi.il to the euonnous deuiand
Mrs. Tlior.i SlroiiR Hotmlds joined the
tnniiat Kuslon km Hon Her hiislianu a
them and spoke lo In., ii ui.iio", Im
not to his wife
applauded .mil congratulated,
.M I llanos, a (Ireek delegate to the
conKrcss, who Is an Inspector of nionu
ineiits. iiuthorlzi'8 the correpondent of
Tim Si'N lo deny the report that th"
stal'lllty of Hie. Parthenon ;it Athens Is1
threat! nod. Me says It Is In no danRor
and that tepalrs are unnecessary.
FIND MRS. CHASE IN ASYLUM.
FORUM" ELEVATOR SHOWN.
i rrluicoliiulcul t'oimr.'hM In Ilium
llt lir of llmil's I)Ikcii erica.
United Stales to supply lh"ins"lve.s 1 1 h
I nileouale enuilillient
J. M. Farraday, tho English theatrical
Spritil l nhlf (.;.. lu Tub Si
ll i.Mi,, )ui. 1- I'tot. It. ml this fore
nonii eNplaliied nnd lllimlra'.fd his ills
coM'ties of tin- List twelve seals 111 lilt
I'm um lo the mi mhel'S of the An h leoln
Klwil I'ontii'i's II" ibsiila.M'd n i.'cun
structlon of one of Hie twelve elevators
which he found and which was built In
So 1'.. r. It lonslsts of a wooden plat
foiin and vm's luweti d and rn.scil I
ropes nnd pulliys vvhli Ii were w.irk.il
by a capstan In the subterranean ior
I Idols of the l-'oriim.
In the afternoon I 'inf. Iloul ilhn
trilled the cNcaviulnns at Ihe I'alatin"
v. huh tile inembiMS of the cnllWMS
I'lslled. I'rof. I' .-othlllKlliim of tile sec
lion of iIofsIchI history espl.ilned con-c!ui-ielj-
and provcil his own theory
that the so-i.'illcd arch of t'nnslimtlu
was creeled in the third tautury on tlu
Irlitniph f lioinltlan. It w.is i.nhs'
ii lentl.v lesloird an l redecoralr d by
Constanllne in (.ipvnenioratlou of ti In
vlcinr.v at Hie Mbv iiri Hrlctve. V'.ir'.'
, ciif in had hi" u "p.' tilly ni.'ii!" I'v ill
! (Im eminent ii enable i'rof. I'tvithlui;-
bam to pircc tl.al i he il had nc
Hen ereileil or --tirtllv b ( 'nul.tUMi".
A heated iIIm it-don f'-lhcveil I'rof
ri'othlngham'ii addrvsu, but lib theory four children.
I'l-li'iiil I'lulil fur runner Vnv nrU
Manciiksth!. X. H., Oct 1'-'. KollowuiK
ihe appeals if iinndu who have rained
a fund in her behalf, Mts. Dota Chase,
I wife tf Kdvvanl M, ChnM, a prominent
I niDichaiil, is to bo examined on Monday
by two well known meJital experts from
I'rf.slen lo deiermitui her mental condi
tio!.. Mis. t'liaso was committed to (lie
State Hospital for i ho Insane at l 'cricoid
I two weons aco. lu statements to her
Iriuids .lts. ehese 1'iis decl.insl ihnt she
' was u iicly placed in ilie hospital.
I i-foie -Mis. t linse's tiiiini.iKo sho wrs
:i Kil.i.nl lenil-.er in Now Von:. She is
now piesidi ul if Ihe ladies Hebrew J
I l;i-lievile::i Hoi let v (f this city. Her
husband i u AukusI .1" hied n divouo libel
in the Sui'iri"i (ouit lieie cliaicinp his
i vv ifu wiih iixtreme I ueliy, vvhiih he said
j was iujiuious io his henhh. 'I ho hospiial ;
r.ii'liili ir.-t.t pupi ls iwo weens aKti vvciei
sisuwl by iVM piiy.siclnnsi f thiscuy. I
ii no. i Hi" silt Itf ilivoic" whs filed
I Mrs. clufiii v'.us in New or.( utnl returned
'to .iiiichetor. beliin in; she would Lo '
reconciled to her liufband. Her triends
said lo-dav that Mr. Chase disappeared t
two v, -eH i;gn and Hint tliey Hid .not
hear of her wnore.ibouts lor i-ev eral days.
Learning finally Ihat she wa.i at ( oncord
two members ol the Ladies' Hebrew
Ilellevolent Society visited her unit the
siieiely then tint out its appeal for us
sMuueo. i Mia. I base has .mil that she did not
know who was to oe committed until
sim was taken to ll-.i; dour of tl.e lie-purl,
f-ti" had been told eho w iphij; i it i.
it io sen her children.
A brother of .Mrs. I huso lw 'mo hee
Mrom .ew r,r to usstl u l'i i-t" I lo
secme her frccduin, 'Ihe Lua&td Jul e
I 'run I. QulKle), tVIm Una I nriieule
Meilnl, (alchex Willi Ten ill.
As l-'rnnk Qtilnley of Sipmilron A and
five other cavalrymen were JosfilnK.up
Lenox avenue on their mounts yester
day afternoon they heard a crash and,
lookltu; linrk saw that. a Lexington and
Lenox avenue rnr had sldevvlped a Park
iV Tilford vv.iKon, pllclilm; John SIi.iukIi
ni'ssy, its driver, lo Ihe street nnd slnrt
1ns the team off on the run.
QulKley turned nnd spurred In pur
null at breakneck speed. Hetween 1 -31
and 12L'd street he caught up with the
runaways. As he leaned far out lo
catch the bridle his own luuse shlid
and unseated him. hut he m.iuiiKcd to
cllns to the nnlmal's nek nnd a few
yards further on reached out again and
Rot a grip on the bridle. With a terrific
Jerk that would have thrown a less ex
perlenied hor-eman he stopp"d the
team and look It hack in Shaughnessy.
Qulfiley is years old nnd lives at
301 V-Mt U'Sth slieet H" once re
ceived a ("ainegle llv- civet'.i medal fur
rescuing Mrs. Mary O'Connor and her
thlt leen-yer.r-old daughter Annie from
a burning Imllilln;;.
OHIO GBAFTEKS RUN FOR COVER.
ANOTHER RUSH FOR GOLD,
ii I ii ii III I'lelil In llvperleil Near
Iv 1 1 an ml. I ii mi, II. '.
liiiK-i l- Itr er.-ii-r 11 (V. Oil 1' Tree
mlllim; sold said to rn'-"y thouNiniN of
dollr.ru lo tho ton wrs discovered 1-v two
pros ntors, Mcl cren and Pelwrv. Iwci
ly.six miles from lvitsiimknhun. rt Mar
'Ihe towes of Kitiiml.ulum r.ri! Terivi e
ire i!cfertel. Hfly cU.lrr.s hue been
t.t- krd aid M-cordlng to icport reiehiil
he'" to-rlfy huri!'C(l of ( t on i lot s.
str.rekeerers. I '.v v e-s. donors rrd mineis
' ... ti... I....I kilunm.
Ill I'll I'leil ? Ii lie- i.mi....-
1-iil'nu is i.ii.tty miles up tho railroad from
I'ruteel l r Xlllnnep l-'nrnipil Hu
ll re llclei'llt Am-lie J lllreil.
Com mui s, Ohio, Oct. 12. Orlven to a
desperate siend against prosecution for
their share In Ohio legislative graft, It
became known to-day that an alliance
has been found by business men, legis
lators, lobbyists nnd lawyers implicated
In ihe confesslbn of Kcprcsentalivo Nyo
for ihe purpose of th'.vattln Prosecutor
Turner and Atlnrney-Ucneral HoRnn.
This orgn:ii;'..ttlon was effected lu Cin
cinnati, it Is said to he similar to that
formed sunn after the Hist ci.porure in
Hill, but takes In gte.iler territory and
m.-i!i more persons. Not n largo clly
In the Stale but Is represented In aom
manner, and Innumerable persons who
are not Implicated are said to be render
ing aid for the sake of friends or busi
This combination bus Imported n de
tective ngcuc fiom Detroit, manager
and all. and turned It loose with In
structions lo ascertain, If pojslh'r. tho
line of proreiutlon to be employed by
Ihe State. Kvery person connected with
the prosecution Is closely watched and
every Indicted or suspected legislator
riu;her strengthening his ronfession,
Itepii'sentntlve Nye to. .lay turned over
to the Stale his nciount book, which
sh nvs his tllminclal transactions with
the Cincinnati capitalist who Is sahi to
have been ileoply Implicated in libery
by the Pike county solon'n con-.slon,
Most nf Hie money paid Nye by this
man Is said to have been done through
iheiks, which the legislator deposited
In local banks. The Statu will call upon
liank.'i to iirodui" their hooky.
'Ill- Wall MriTt rillllnti nf Till". I'UMvil S-
. imii.iIi ! i!t iniiiin lal nm and the Hurl, nn
bni.l ii iiirU.- In llir rlinr el the mr!.rl lir
rleMne qi iiimion. In hrtlni: tlir t-lit nn rd
prlti' i "'Ii Ii nd'lhl'inal np i mat irr. a fr contained
I ali-nln the nlxhl anil llnalfdltlon&of TukKviimno