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Medioal Treatl oJiJ!
THE MEDICAL tk 8DEQI0ALIH8TITDTE,
iiusca silvcnlNiiitiit, bill Ulli. uu" V-'uu&'mli , .li.!,k
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Ottse, u-.llVlrv u.ilAi.nar. C:rnti Twalftli. Sltrt ani
Tromontlous Excitoment Pro
duced by the Escapo of thu
Gov. Tilden AdvirfOH the Sltcriil'
lhat Hotnobody In Ooinc
The Juil Wnrdon Croditcd with
Diroct Complicity in tho Plot.
Probably that tho Old Original
Bona la baft) from Pur
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What Are You Qolnir to Do About It T
llliisti'h to the Chicago Tribune.
Ni:vv VoitK, Hoc. fl It is thu opinion
of the oldc-t iollcutluteetive that Tweed
lull lift Iioum: hy Hie trout door, mid
8U lIiln Into Hie fitrriaKu waiting, tlrove
to a ttt In waiting. Inliallalt hour lie
eotild liuve been on Ills way down the
bay. In iilte ot tho heavy lo prevail
i i tir, on tmst-e-alllnif vessel he would be
toinparntively Mile, si there would be
notliliij: to Indicate tlie route or the vcu
m;I. He uiit'lit thus be landed lu Cuba
or any )ort ol lliu .Sotillt Aitiericaii lte
publics with which we have no extradi
tion treaty. It U not believed that be ot
away f oon ctuiiit'b to lake psage in
the outward-bound ocean Meauicr, or
tliat he hat- fcnne to Canada, because. In
either event, be would be ultnot-t certain
ol eaptnnt before he eould reach u coitu
trv whence be could not be reclaimed as
a criminal. All the oiitjroliii; train on
Saturday night were ..eatebed Ixfore
leavhiK tlie tle)0t here and in .Jersey
Cltv. "The sti-iimeiH will Ij watched on
reaching their ile.-tluallons abroad. That
Tweed Nitlll iu tbe city Is
bv any concerned in the r-carch. L'j) to
tbe latest hour no intelligence ol Tweed's
placo of hiding or tlie precise manner hi
which he elleeted bin escape had been
learned. Tweed's private secretary, Fos
ter Dewey, lilt tb city on Saturday
morning, ostensibly lor Boston. He paid
bit hotel bills, bought tickets for Uoston,
and left for tlie depot at 10 o'clock. He
might easily have gone aboard a tug and
waited the coming of hi master.
A WOMAN IS IT.
Among other home searched last
night was a palatial residence on Filth
avenue, which, a few years ago, Tweed
presented to a very handsome lady, with
whom he s alleged to have been greatly
enamored. Ofeour.se she was not found
there, and it Is rumored to-night that the
lady, too, is missing. She had great in
flm rue over him, and those faiulluir with
both say that Tweed would never liavo
lot t tbe ell v us long as tdm staid lu it.
the Disiiran.Ni! bTonv in hetaii..
The following Is a detailed narrative of
Twced'ii eicape from tbe fullct informa
tion available. There Is little new lu the
case to-day. Immediately after the re
lease ol Tv, ceil irotu ineuiacKweu lstniiu
Penitentiary , oti.ltiua -'7, he was taken to
the Ludlow Street Jail aud held as a pris
oner in Uclanit ot .wu.ixhj ball on civil
mil. against him. Here he had waited,
It will bo imagined impatiently, the de
cision of the Court of Appeal upon two
points of tbe case the reduction of bail
aud the annlication lor a bill of particu
lars both of which resulted adversely to
liltn about a weeK or ten uays ago.
While hi the custody of the shell!.',
Tweed had lived hi what Is called the
narlor ot tlie mil." It is n larcre apart
ment lu the wing of the building, Willi a
separate private entrance uy wnicu visi
tor or occupant may avoid the large re-ceptlou-rooin
and oftk-e common to all
iirWonera and visitors. It was well, even
handsomely, furnished with mahogany
and black walnut furniture, covered with
heavy blue rep, and decorated with cur
tains and pictures, which gave It an ap
pearance ol comfort anil luxury. -Mr.
Tweed had added to the other engravings
belonging to the room the picture clipped
from an illustrated paper of himself en
tering the portals of tbe prison ; a pen-and-ink
cartoon by some triend represent
ing Judge Uavis, wno senieiiceii T vveea
to the penitentiary, being extinguished
by n lingo pair of snuffers marked Court
ot Anneals, and prominently displayed
above his bed a motto worked in silk, "In
Cod We Trust." For the privilege of
this apartment Tweed of course paid to
tlie Jailer, to whom the law allows, or at
least docs not lorbld, perquisites of this
Tweed had other privileges also, for
which he also paid, and these led finally
to bis escape. Thesherlll is not forbid
den by law to allow thu prisoners on
civil stilts to leave prison In tho custody
of one or more officers, and thu warden
eccms on several occasions hi have ac
companied the prisoner.
TWKUI) WAS LAST BKKN
ut the jail at about 10.UU o'clock Satur
day morning by Deputy-V uracil Card
tier, who, as a Notary, ccrtlllcd his sig
nature to a legal paper which his lawyer,
it r. r.dcisicn uau urottgui nun. iiavm
Dudley Field also saw Tweed tho same
morning, so that he could not have been
gone days ago. as some have supposed.
Auoiu i o ciouk i ween was icr. out at
the public door by Hughes, a
keeper, and accompanied by Warden
Dunham and Kdwatd Hogati, as olllccrs,
and hy William M. Tweed, Jr., his son.
He engaged a carriage, which latter had
been brought to the door. The driver
was unknown to the olllccrs, one of
whom stated last ulght that ho did not
know where to find him. The party
was driven through Filth avenue mid
Central I'ark to the upper part of the is
land and back again to Tweed's resi
dence, So. Ml Madison avenue, between
Fifty-ninth nnd Sixtieth streets. They
reached this point at about 4:30 o'clock
lu the afternoon and all entered, How
they occupied themselves from that tlmo
until about l:'ilO p.m. is not yet known,
though the olllccrs claim that they wcru
with their prisoner, his sou and son-in-law.
Mr. Douglass, In thu back parlor of
the hotwe. Mrs, Tweed and two other
ladies were above Malr on the second
lloor. .Shortly before thu last-named
hour, Tweed sugested that he would
and fee Mrs. Tweed. To this the olllccrs
crave assent. Tweed, lcaviutr his hat and
coal nn the rack In thu hall, started up
tho stairs, as Hngan says, hut ho does
not appear ever to have reached the top.
VVEDJUSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1875.
Ilewoie thick rubber overshoes, which
mnllled hN otherwise heavy tread, and,
If ho tinned, a the orllcers think, ami
deliberately walked through the hall and
out of the front door, his movements
were tiiiheunl its well as unseen hy them.
He had been gone from the parlor about
ten minutes when Warden Dunham ug
ge'lcd to William M. Tweed, Jr., to call
his lather, ns the olllccrs wished to return
early to the iall. The son ascended the
stairs and, hi three minutes, returned
with the startling Intelligence that his
father liiul not been to hU mother's room
nt all. There was
and apparently much confusion. Tbe
son nnd son-in-law eitlier lelt or stimu
lated great distress, and the lormer l
said to have upbraided his father with
having ruined his family by his (light.
The ollleors either affected great uhioii
tubmen tor nervousness, or were in fact
greatly excited. Duuhrtlil felt as though
be would fall In two. Hogau rati to the
lloor above, calling his son to follow him,
nnd marched closets und rooms. Thu
warden ran to the front door and looked
at tbr rrc.vwuy aud lwsinent door, llud
iiwr ii. tuitur iitfnrj. Tho coach had
ijcrn onveu uruiiuu uiu cunivr ihuf rji-
tleth street. Consafjuently Tweed's exit
by the Iront door would have been tin
ob'ervedby the driver.
were spent lu a search of the house, aud
then the olllccrs sprang luto a coach and
were driven hastily to the Nineteenth
l'recluet .Station-house, where Dunham,
In a very excited maimer, reported tbe
escape to Capt. Mount aud nkcd to have
a general alarm sent out. This was done
at precisely 7:1 p.m., and, a few minute-,
later, the news was llashed all over
the city and by telegraph to Brooklyn,
Jersey City, Philadelphia, and other
cities, with a reijue.-t to arrest Tweed
wherever found. Warden Dunham and
Hogau then drove iu search ot Sheriff
Conner, und, not finding him, itibse
rjiteutly went to police headquarters,
where they reported the tacts, at 7:30
p.m., to Inspector Dilks, who was hi
charge of the department during the ab
sence ot Superintendent Walling. The
Inspector ordered Detectives I. Hey,
Dunn, Adams, Dickson, Kelley and
Doyle on duty to investigate the facts.
The inspector then, with others, drove
about 8 o'clock to the house of Tweed to
a iTiniir.it SKAitcit
of the building, which, for two years,
had rarely been opened, and looked more
like a gloomy prison than the palacoit is.
It was ablaze with gas iu every room, and
the sou and son-in-law ot Tweed Invited
the tullest search of tbe olllccrs. The in
spector satisfied himself that the escape
had not been made by the root, or back
doors aud yard. Tweed eould not have
got thtotigh the scuttle-hole, and no
footprints or other marks betrayed his
exit by the rear yard. There is hardly a
question lhat, If he had escaped at the
time the officers say, It was by tho front
entrance. Tho search, which was kept
up during the night, appears to have
been for a clue with which to begin.
Whether or not one was obtained which
promised success could not he learned.
In tact, the olllccrs seems to have pro
ceeded only on their various theories.
President Matsell disbelieved Danham's
story entirely, aud held that Tweed may
have left the city a week ago. hut that
he was at jail on Saturday morning Is
assured on tlie evidence of Dudley Field
and Mr. KdeUtelu, his lawyer. Both Mr.
Matsell aud Superintendent Walling
were convinced that thu escape was a
deliberately-planned conspiracy, in which
the officers, of course, were eugagod.
TUK SHEItlH" AND fiOV. TILDEN.
Sheriff Couucr beard of the escape late
in tbe evening, and was greatly excited
over it. He was also convinced that there
was collusion with the officers. He im
mediately offered a reward of $10,000 for
Tweed's re-capture. When the news was
told to Gov. Tilden ha instautly sent
word to Mr. Connor that he should hold
him personally responsible tor the escape,
lu receiving the message Sir. Conner is
said to have muttered to himself: "Then
1 am a ruined man." The sheriff' can be
remoxed by the governor, and It Is stated
that he can be puntsUed for contempt by
tho Supreme court, although Innocent of
direct negligence iu the matter.
A .SMALL AltM V IN .SKAKCit Of IIIM.
The search for Tweed was prosecutod
throughout the city to-day by Hie entire
police force and the whole corps ot the
sheriff's office. President Matsell aud
Sheriff" Conuer visited Tweed's residence
on Madison avenue, aud sent special offi
cers to every house where there was any
probability of securing information of
the whereabouts ot the escaped coavlel.
Others were sent along the wharves and
among vessels to learn whether or not
any boat had been seen to depart with
Tweed on board: hut all searches have so
t.r proved ft unless. Capt. Mount last
evening placed his men all about the block-
in wutrn Tweed's nousuis ritiiiateii, and a
vigilant watch was kept of every portion
of the premises. A thorough search
was made of the house adiolnlnir Ttvaed's.
occupied iu thu basement only, the
other part being vacant. A rigid search
was matte ot the house aim its approaches,
but notliluir of Importance was discov
ered. A watchman named McUoldrlck,
who has charge of tho building opposite
Tweed's residence, stated to the police
io-uny mar. at about nan nasi live
o'clock on Saturday night, he saw a car-
nairii tirivo up to the sidewalk in front of
Tweed's house und stop there. A stran
ger got out tlrist, nnd then Tweed
alighted, nut), alter that, another stran
ger. The watchman stated that he rec
ognized Tweed positively. The three
men walked into the house lu thu order
In which they alighted. The watchman
went Into Uio house soon after, aud then
noticed that the carriage had been driven
to tho corner of Madison avenue and
Fifty-ninth street. An hour after that ho
noticed that the carriago was stilt there.
Another gentleman residing lu the same
vicinity corroborated this story. The
police nave not gained the slightest clue
to Tweed' whereabouts.
MoiMly ami Mmikcy.
Tho great revivalists, Messrs. Moody
and Saukcy, who clectrllled staid old
England with their cloipicnco and en
thusiasm, aru fair samples of American
genius. Springing from among tho com
mon people, their sympathies are alive to
the wants of tho whole people, and here
in lies the secret of their great success,
Thoso who seek to bo popular must
study and ho familiar with the wants of
the masses, anil prove loyal thereto,
To this fact we may trace the grand sue
In business, as well as hi religious un
dertakings, which many Americans have
achieved. Strikingly illustrative ol
these suggestions Is that great
establishment, located at Buffalo.
New York, aud known us the
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77ie ptbjde believe in hint nnd his reme
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Hence, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
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