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the church. Tb04S uli'i gathered there had set come tn
wi; nest a spectacle, nut to participate In n Inst tribute of
Te.sj oe t to tb., memo! y uf a k-rout BoMtSS mil j ut riot who
lum -ri ?> i'd nu I'l.uutiy willi eli-etliictloii long sad faith?
fully. Catii Iba stately organ music i.c-un to SWeop
tliieeiigii Hu- church the- stillness wa* impressive. Thc
Btialusof nu.mal muetc lidded ?uiiu- solemnity nf the
otc.e.siui-. ter^y heads wara Bumerousia the Bsaau
in u'f. i '..-ry f.ier. looked thoaghtfal, Hume sad, and
here aad there something mach like tears glistened in
fell,hillie' ll ft.
| m.ui ;:> before IOe*eloek the I nion League Club .iolo
fitiun (fatheredtogether lathe toa'aasBlsnodta tne-m
ii tue bee ty uti be cliiiieii, uml a sw minutes inter tbe
Whltl-relleed elle.il-te-1 b..y-?l|eil I lit ll ' Ile e-ll in .el B most
Completely ttldua it.Beetbavcu'i. FiiueialMaiehmeanwiille
h "i ..elli.g from the. .er_,m. .. u maaLIlM stray gi Sd in
tlitimab ii.-- stained gU-s windows, bul i..i lUai gu
j.ie banished Ibe glooia thal prevailed without, in
fun.I eer Hie chaiu-el iri'liiiL-s ?ett> iiiniie-rei111 oferlnga ol
flowers, attoatliu Hie ade I lona te rogan] "f many fiientls
BBd nu- iu'Iim. A -tiru e.f Wbl e liv ;i. Int i.-e. Ballas and
lilma- eel-llie valleey. siilllio.llitr d by S el..ve-, u.no I Ite ti
eciiptloii : "lu Nen .11.un llaoeorfc Lt-iibeii of Brook
hu." . larss pillow i.r l-tautifal aad fiagraul white
h.-e. -j e,kc eloquently of Ibu lender esti-em ot tbe ",.1
Guard. A large areas of pnrideluiuiortelluo traveled by
.1 ku nd of wltlt.. Nasa I. I'I Bil IS I."I tu ll ll .'ld with 1 li?
ll ,M'I Ipi loll : " Our laat ttlbuto to our li loved command
?-r." It waa signed hy Oeneral Hancock'* ables, Kuirene
OrtHa, Henry lt. Lowly aad Juba a. Da Pray I'.-r
li up- isa ii I. 's i lei el-r sentiment waa ai egeste 1 by a -lu
pla wreath of myrtle tome ea. The eanl attn
word* : " Prom tba bills which slu-iie-r the lu-i borne of
OBBoralW. L. Mitchell,the friend suda soclateof the
p.. i rn ii, bo dior n. el -I -teaman a Infield Seo tl, il ineock."
i'lii- i'reiuu League Clab waa roi reaeuted nj Ciutuaeey
ll. iii-|K*_ . J.iiiu Jay, Le Grand H. ? anuon, William M.
-. Hamilton K1?U,William Iiowd, n.e.ma-c. Aetna,
Johu .luci.i. astor, Joseph 11. Choa'e, David I". Appleton
.lee .11 II Hall, I hon...- Ix J Hill'-. Jes-.- Mulginuli. -. . .Ill
li.-r s-t-tiiei Cruger nml ol bel a. In rb, audience were
... ?_-e W. I Illida, of Philadelphia, er Judge rh oles I'.
Haly. ParS Coinmlasiouer Julinu. C'lniienit-. Algernon
S. Sullivan, General Lloyd Asptt wall, the Kev. I..un- \.
AiiJiur..-. L. M. Barlow, mid Ure I;, v. Joseph W. Hill.
A ii-m i iii'iti-H after 10 o'clock fha funeral procession
eilll-efll tlefe t.lll'ih.the ItOV. I ll . MeergH ll I MX Ililli tl.I- l.uV.
1.. H. C Goodwin, e ni;.lain ol (Inventor'* l-l.md. loud
lng the ? v np tbe central aisle, Mi ...>.-.1 \?. iie reel Mug
Ihaopseln worda ol the burial servlee. Tbeeolfluwas
hornsey i elie r- e.f the 5tb Artillery ead their blue
srmy eapea i nveyed a aaggestion ol wtual soldier life
thiel'n.i- I,eel .lllel jil till. k-e .bl - billie le-.| ll III f ttrlll llf till'
ii.bera of Geoeral Hancock's stall. Ths e..din wa*
placed in freint ul tin chancel, thc soldiers noe ipylua
the two front pew* un either Bide, riiey stood for tlie men
Whu, nu.br (ie-iii-rul llaiieoek'a leadership had kbared
lil- \ letieil-H Wllh min. Millie eef the pu.1-be.ere! - WON
i.ieu-ei- ur luteoMS but lymiaitbetlc imeresi tee me ipaei t
lora, tba ruggMl face of Ueueral Sheratan, tba graj emir..
ob General Sheridan's bead, and the tlme-ludeuted
fe stores ..f t.eirerei fern eirnwii!. part lr ular aitentimi.
Moos sties s>'.iiuiiiiiy was lelt for Secretary Bayard,
ttl..laen abo wad all. i imniy ibe tr noaa of hli re
<-.-ir heavy bereavements, rbe pull bearers oeeupied
Ji \e - iii.!.ie.|iiiti-ly helli..d the so dion. Min! Iteliilid t.eiii
mi thc toleration Irom tbe Loyal Legh'naud ..r-.-i
\.. .. bad accompanied tne funeral prue.-?bm. I'he
collin was draped with ih>- Nnt Mina! ensign, lurjiounted
by tb" de-uel benet .i's ?*w,.r-1 anil chapeau. I'lu- last
aim pis service-- e.f the I'liurch were strictly ad bm eil to.
T u'.e- w i- nu address, no eulosium pr.em.uncoil over
the dead soldier, rhsrewai no need ol that. Every?
body iu the dniren km-., his rharaeterand achieve
Iii.l.lv "Boah of Ag.'-"was moa by th - cluer, nnd
tlie rlosing nari ot the e?i*leo waa performed with ths
choir hoysk-i.>ii|>e"i iii-.eiiiui thc rolba, tua Ks v. Dr. 1)IX
iwettins the I'iiesing wuiii-*.
i'.<>-t nu: i iitircn ro JKRSET CITT,
About 11 o'clock the guard of honor liaised Slowly
sgala through ths ehoreh gates with thc draped cullin,
sad the fnaaral preeeaaloB took ap lt" march dows to
v. rd tha Barge Oiflee. rho sidewalks were black with
two lung hui s af in.n and woman stretching ire.m Ti toity
Church thru.inii Broadway and -tu.-si. io thc Battery.
'j le.-ru.ii led-h .r,e.> again and everything .-u- covered
With mud ..u.i g.e.u.ii. K.:-t ..inn- tu-- s,,,i,,,i ()l police
mil tue 5lb ill.lt em oil. ?l.li ii'ii Isl d itliiil. liii-n
tbe hearse .nih ii- .une tram ol carriages, Tue ipaee
lil fltellt eel tl.c l;.il_v l .Itlei- WU" e lc ile i bj tit- police,
an.l ibe artillery men drew up In double rank fuelns i s
en t r.i nee ii lui presented arms, while ihe budy wa* heiug
cen ri. d va' uv r Ibe long pier tee the < bester \. Arl mr.
The bier waa placed well np In tbe boa ol Ibe
I'll.ll _'e elf I,.elli, ll elli It'll.)' lill.I till- griird "I HXtCeD
e-11. ea ii t- and corporals, rbe pa . er* aud intimate
fm ni- ol the Ueueral occupied tuc eui.in, a bile Ibe
Upper .md lower necks were crowded by oftteeri from
t e Army and Mary, and members ol ihe Loyal Legion
and Uraud Army ol tua Ke pu bl le. The ladies ol ike
Barty did nut accompan) ihe iu>iy to Norristown, au<i
retui'.ii-d early to Governor*! Island -Vt 11:20 tn
Ciie-tei A. Arthur steamed slowly aa ai In ibe di nse ton
for the Pennsylvania Bailroad Station In .i.-r-ei ' iii.
p. Ps u.io toiled "ii both tides e.; tbe North
It ver, nnd minute gum were Bred fm.u
th fur-. lil the 1..il Ker. lite passage
i.o sa wa* alow asa without incident. Ai a qom
I'J o'clock the boat reached tbe p.er beiouglus to Ibe
Adams Express Company, near whl lils aside
lie.ui t..t statioa t i? inti, ral ir ila was standing.
The train wa- mu le Bp ul fo ir p i-s -nger cara, elrape.1
Oil tel le with strips and -.inures ol black mei Ino, In tbe
first. No. 120. a i .>int.m.i io i ear, tne ncr wal placed.
A gu erd uf boner was mounted in Ibe forepart an i in
Ibe rear -at the s. r^e-ant- sad ether ollli er* "i un- guard
of lui!,ei.-. Tba aecoud car. No 627, eoutained ihe pall
bearers and member! eif tha lam ly. rae third, So.
flu. was aivea np to the Uenerafi bi fl sod ?j" cialij in
vi.ed otlli er-. Anni anet aavj ofllcera. members <>f the
Loyal Legion. Giand Army nf tb- Republic
and other organisations. Siled tbe fourth, So. i-.i The
|rus was Ib .tiara.? of tho soleras conductor, Jerome
De . ,-, uud all the details )f BBBU, Stops. pBIBeS BBd lbs
r.-s'., w ie arran red by Lieutenaai Lenity, '.ne ..f the
li ne-iai's mi .os. Ja st be-Iuie tilt. tr...ii started Master ol
Tl'UI.SpOIIutlOIl I,'fl II g. enif Ol the enlist el-V etc! illl'l
tm-reii.r t;enerul ilunco k's sah .Mm.iii-. eaterad tin
forwars cur ami spread s aUk Ve te i v: itel tl it- ovi r the
colbn, ctusiuij lt tluaily from view. At three- m,nu:- ? bu?
lara two vee ti'tiiiiii th?- tram moved away. A large
crowd bad naUiored iu and aieoiii me -luiuui, but there
Wara aa deaionstratlona or Incidents. A row bells only
t .-I .e.i iiKin.eily in the foggy ur. and i..'-1 ara llsappeare i
in tha nd i-t of adlsplrtuag raia, which expressed out?
wardly the provaliisg fer,int: el baaej gnef.
I
THK BURIAL Al N0KH18TOWN.
TIIK lT-NKKAL ritOCEBSlO.-i ANL) lill. Mi.Vli I - Al
I UK 11 .Mit.
Nuukistows, Penn., Feb. 13.?Tbe Hancock
fuijerai services lu t Ul- city wen uf sn 1: Io: na. e -bur u< -
tei, but nearly every luib ie-ur.u umtton la the eity waa
lepresented in the proessHOB. Ihe city ? us throe ged
With peuple from the siirruundiug country. Ir;e. funeral
tiuiu arrived at tbs Pssaaylvasla Depot al 2:11 draped
In muni liing. \.-ether Mrs il uieocii n ir aay of tue nu
Ilieiliute 1 lu'ive- of Ute deni boto BBBM With tin- llleliirn
cri. trtmi New-Vork. Mr. ii lyurd ?as reeoicalsed by the
Va-i throiur present aiuiusl iminedUtrlv, but a epile-t
laoktaggeauaasaa who sm rather naesremoBlously
sh.eve.1 Ultu one- of ths four carriaites wk- not known l-y
Shy one of those pre-etit, BllhSOgh lt wss in r*i?lity tha
tn tetury af w^r, wno wai tue only other member af the
Cul.iu-t who accompanist tlie beely bore-. Tho ier..e-e?
lioii begin to torin IMBBdiatSly ami lillie tim.- was lont
In Halting to ttie cemetery, li. K. Ctialu, lu bis private
Carri ige, leei the Wuy followed by the pu.lle arel-, |g.
eluding Beerstsnaa Bayard aad Eadieotl, then earns the
be.u-ie. precediii-- Barscsfl While und I hi Tows t ouaell.
Ths Hui,cuek Totcrana at Philadelphia -ver,- next la
order ot prseesslos aad thoy were followed by tim Ma
sonic srgaalsalless of which (;eitera. Haseorhwssa
nieiiiber. Au uiit.rgaiil/.r.l prSCBBBlas Sfeltlseaa funneei
lu line after these pr.eminent STSSSll itions had been
j'.eu -.1, a iiouir i lie IhraBS being almost every clergyman
of tin- town, who ace.imp .med ths BO ly to tue e emetery
In an tinolHcial cap icily. From the depot to tbe Bopa*
lBle.1 nee-tieiii of Main-It. the pro BBSlOB flSSaad leluiig
walk-so erowded Hist Hie midd ls Sf ll S - ier|g wu- t; . . .
1. invaded. The house* and hotels .dung tbe route wr-re
StaSSd, Tin- Ureclan front uf the <'o.ir',llu.i-e WbBdraped
With crape from f-u.ndatljii lu cup ula. Ibe trout Of tha
heiiili|iihrters of the- J. Ifer-em (.'ul. was derOTBlCd With a
por. i au ni Haiicoek heavily drapes, mid the Beads oar
ter^ of Hie li. piibl.euti InviiiCibies Wiisespeclally notice?
able. Tbe throe bunks of itu- SarSBgh and all of the
new-piper sSaSaS were draped, and the hotels and hast
ness houses In M,iiii--t. nero -htniileil in he-nvv black, BS
that tho runts of the. preeces-ion thrungli tbe eity pre?
sented easterns sad Mmbrs appearance.
The /oeek I'eest, ti. A. K-. feirmeel in I.no tn front of tlielr
liea'l.iuariers In MkIh-si., beve Mu-.ii ll ill, .nut with un?
covered heads salute 1 Un- p.is-n.g pioi. n-ieui, ui.il vi hen
the line bad pSBBSd their hsedflflBTtcrs, joined In the
fuuer.il line to the grave, i'he Loyal LsgtOB lld not
Bleep al tbe l.oKu.l.-t M.til.in, hut went un le, fi anhlln*
ave. station and fruin th' re ptseaadad lo ihe ceiiu teiy.
iltiui're is af anea, wuiii. u uni cbli -iron trooped a.-iu-s
tin lie-bis by a sll.irt Cell iruiti Hie. muir, -u .-et tu tho Bile
of the tomb on tbo breew af the- lull overlooking thc city,
fct.etwiv tho caiilassa baatins ths repreeeatatives eef the
family uud the pull Itearei-Weemil aBXMt the lurtuuii?
paths in the esmatery, and a preisleasoai ibr..ng waded
ankle eleen through mint and snow. Ibe Loyal Legion
llie.1 tbr.'Ugn SS opening IS the crowd, mad- by men of
Zeeuk I'ost. and estalil l-iheel a cordon |W0 dei p in u he-nil
in. ? Hleoui tbe tomi, and titty feat away. The e-reiwil
was not delicate in its overturns feer place* of vuiii.i.e
about the lomb. The people- set nt SaOghl the .m.
meaning Veterans of last i'ost, whu had been pei* ted
t.) keep tiieir uei-'hluirs from se-eliie.' wh.it tiny came lc
Bee, but whose mid BZpOStalattOSS WON tattla ta e'tei I,
the pressing ihrunir. itu. ipaststois appropriated
sightly positions uheive the toum, and swacplus down
the slope the crowd cr-pt up be-inuel the out pas I nT the
inciite.-rs or the- Loyal Laglos. All w_s qalet, Bewevor,
deiplte the "..dim) o. ii, inn) people wbo were flustered
ag.mist ihe- hillside.
Bacrstary Bayard walked level wrth tho dead of tin
Collin anet half bis aaUaagOCB followed, wnilc l.eiiirul
BheruiHii ted Ihe tLe on the appaalle side, with Secretary
Kndic.tt nexi him. Oasorsl Sht-ndss *.,x nell le bind
Mr. Bayard. Theri sm sa paaaa at the sntrases or u.e
tomb, me reguiiirs carrying the rollin directly inside.
Whats they nilled lt late IBS niche lb it was wuiting. As
tbe boely pa-se-tl through the BatSWay al ilo- i.eiuii
thu Ilt-l o' Ible. Minus w?- Ur.il Iii.in Ute lil.I-. ie h ri
b . lin. guns w. ru tli.'-e nf Lr.ht Hi turi I. ol Foti
Hamilton, nader -lajt.r Wu me Haudolpb and 1
ait' I'ani Ko.-m.-r li w ti - ;i:4."> o'clock.
Th. i. eaiie le,i wsrel a olu. -co.ele.1 lu. sseneett fruin I.e
WlduB.Mr-. Hain ocn. Ile hoi e I wo w ie ali s eel white m *
K el.ls. I liol, eu et. I. p I.Je- immortelle.-. ?...* U.e ? oul
" ll.iUKUt' I, ' BBd elie ee(|,el Inti ?? tile- We.I.l " ll Usbillld.'
Ths uppi-i right iiuuii n.. l.t. waa spaaed ami braids ths
(>e iii-iui's daugater Ida waa peaced one of ute lokeiti
\.S,.e. U.e olli.-r w.e- pl...eel upuu Hie e,, ,.,,,, '*
fiotti ii. ihe mariele ..lucks were Itu li set tit p .-i.u n .uni
aeaie-d. As Hie regui.eis Withdraw fruin the .- -pille lire
Baster Kelleen Fi ask eaam oul from tim raws* as .
BlHII.ill.- Upull tb* (felllie ?te.|H-, Seellll it'll Hie lusl "til's"
fur teener.il ll IjC". k. iinwii tue ai |m- the b.tluiy was
furii.stii .g a riiit.iiig b.is,.-ti io lue bug.e. noll's ley tiring
Un- seline of ihiit. eu nuns.
The beaters re-Cut'-rcl their carriage!, the Orsas
Anny v-i'-rati-c sseel their turmoil wno innero'tel, ibe
gale u. Ibe tomb wus fastened,Ihe tnou-uuds moiled _w-y
through lin-mow-wet p.ilbr and down tbe Inil-IHesto the
town, and the last sad mea were ended. Tue General's
sword mid the flus that covered him at tho Issi were
tarried away by eomraeles, und thu hearer* returned to
tho ?iiy, whom tln-y were entertained by friends until
Ute niuo ot their ilepsrture, Tiie (ieueral's family
fl lr mi- returned ut on. e tu New-York.
I he v.iii t la which the h..dy wa- piscetl t? a plMln itons
itruotureelsht feel high with a thiele reeuf or sraultt
and a doorway se peg und a half feet from the around.
Thors ls bo inscription any where apse ths eiterior sud
th.-v.iiii'. itse.i is plain, ami re-uderrd especially lacon
spic .us linn, tin'fut mat lt i- built in the face of a
su i bill aad tho approach to lt la by maana of a road
fl u> wi,ii li liesa, li rs -? . oral ft-.-t below the ler- 1 of the
ge-ne ra plane of ibe eomntory. Wltbln tba vuull ire ?ix
i Blaeomha, saves feel fruin the doorway, sud esta idlna
bm-keiabl foot, l'i.a marble eopina stooe abovo these
catacombs la the simple legend, ?* llanoock.'1 Tba hour
ol nus vt uni.-d M-e.tt nulli'.eek, the Uenoral'i kihi I
se,ti, I- buiieil near the Vault els are. also lbs b i lias
General's father, mot bel sud namerous nephews, (ten
era! Baaoork's only -un Hes burled In a St Lunts Brave
yard. I be 'our Hancock lot-. Including tito uno In ? bleb
lbs Tsui ls siuiiiieii ere clustered shoal a pain granite
uiiiiiuini'iil fun: leen fet't hlifb ti|tuii tv blch nie In-'ri ol
the u nm s eil thu* of ih" family who are burled about
lt. All Iron fe-ne-e i-hcu-os I he o'dire pn-e-e eif gi -uni
whicu ls well kept und traversed with well marked
walha _______________________
PAEPARIAQ Itu: RR SR ) M 'I R's FUNERAL.
kt --Ailis or C INDOL1 MK -TBS BOOT TO Bl
lil RH lt UN I l r-l>.V.
Utica, Feb. 13 {Spcatat).?Anaagreineiits f<?r
tbe funeral of ex-Governor bey.ur are mei yet com?
pletes. Tho body m at the house of Mrs. Ooakilns, and
lt ls probable tbat ihs ce.iliu will not bo opcBcd BBtli
I iie-ti ty muming. Tho funeral Will laka place on Tues?
day afternoon. Brief services will be hold al
the house at 1 o'clock, at Which only relatives will
bo pi.-s.-iit, and tha public funeral will take plaoe al ;
Trinity Ch arch at _ ..Yleee-k. iii-heip Huntington will
eoad-ot tha servteee, and all the Episoorml clergy
of tim city will be Invited te participate
No ualformed socleilo! will take part In the fun. rai pro
ecssioa, bat all persons who so desire msy form in pro
e.-.?ion aad follow ihs oodla i" Oneida Square nt the
head of t..-liesce--t. Tbs goner.1 pul.ne and
tho women of ibo itt in 1 ly will md
go to the cemetery, hs Mr. Seymour
was of the opinion that immy people contract serious
itcknoases by so exposing themselves. Tho body will
ne hurii'ti in Potosi hui ceamtary.
Among thosu who will be risked !(> act ns pall
In-,ere rs uro ex-Senator Korean and W. J. Ba
ron, of luca; Frederich Consllag, Waiter
rhnr.'h, nml Mr. Coastable, of IjOUUvHIb,
Mayor Kinney has called a public meeting, io
be he-Id at the Opera ileeme nfter the
funeral. Francis Kernan, Eilis IL Kn,eris, W.
i. li.icon ami others are expected to speak.
Business will bo suspended and tho etty will he draped
lu black. Mrs. Conkiing, Mi- Beymonr sud Jenn F.
Seymour aro reeelvlns bundreti* ot toio_-r.ui.- if con?
dole ncc from ull purl- of the country. Mrs. Peymonr ll
HUI feeble and ber condition ls serious. To-nlsht she
Baw tba dead nudj ior thc Arel nine.
Tho President telegrspbed a* follows:
\v .-ur n.i v I). P? Fob 13,
I a i-ii tlio grief uf the i.p - a .. m i ira a ell i -n nf
National fal ?< iud I (un- lan ge-hl. "li ii Ol til I- ?
example might lichteo Hie sad bereavemenl and
assuage the sacred lorrow of lu- !tricken wlec,
t.l .'VI.ll t I I VII IM".
Got eiui'i- Hill tent the folio- nu- message i
r-Ti i ,ec si w Toss, i
1 Al., lille . Il v vi lt. ic, ,
I - I, l.l. .--.j. )
To thr non. Jowl F. Skvwocb, nien V. I'.
I leam witb tieep regret .0 the deatb ?>f yonr brother,
?-\-iie.vt riiur Horatio .-. > ii.u.ir. kl illy express lo lira,
Se. i nour aud lu il.I iel ie lenee* ul ihe de ceased in]
syiupatn. rn their great b ? i rmeut. 1 m
Url 't ellie! t',' UH'.I! ) "ll,- tl.'
iis purest sud most distinguished -tut- men. Please lu
foi ui uie al >et,ir earliesl couvcnlenos >.i Ihe day aud
boui axed for tbe funeral, as 1 sh ;. eude.nvor to attend
lt. H.VIle li. Hill.
B. J.Tilden telegraphs tha .olios _? '.. John r.-ey
lu .ti: :
\, w-Yoss, Feb IS.
I learnoei thl? morning the Borrow fol in elllgeure tb il
tn- in"! ni cai eel loos .........
..uiver- I" bis relative! and, when a sun tuen.
sri ives, to Mrs Bi-yuiour my wami sympathies si i i..-i r
...--. We nave iii- eons-1 it een ol knowiBc ti .
passed bwbj with.mi .tigering, la tho tum.-ss ol years
ami ii,):.d, ..lui amid the Largest bomsss of imi oe*
t'l ni. .-. J. 'I ii I'l s.
Boswell r. Flower telegraphs Mrs. Beymonr un fol?
lows:
Mi.- Br.TMntTs; Permit m? to extend to yon tbeh
-yu, l ea tin in youl ?? teal aitllotlon. Vou have lost a hind
mm I'.v: _ r.,-.. t: '1. tli>- e, .mu. nu. ly I . wi. e-u be 11 Vi . .
.11-, lor Slid ' le!..-ll.Ut gOlllll li; ill, arid lue- Nail ell
a high-minded statesman and pure pal net.
Busw Bl I. P. Il 'H I IL
ACTION OFTHE SEW-VOBK rONr.RE-ISMF.N.
Washington, Fob. 13 Specia .? I io- Now
preaoi tal ices who un- in Weahlugion bald s
uioe-ting tuis aft'riuiuti to taiio action respecting
in- death of ii.un.u Beymonr. Abram
Hewitt presided und Darwin lt. Jamas neted
rotary, rna following resolutions were anani
lunns- adopted:
Resulted, I'..- tu- Representative! eif ibo State ..r
*few-York In Cousress receive sith profound !orr?w t ie
le-.. s uf the iri.-pnr.il.le loss w hie h Hu- I.lu, ill
sn -1 lined ne u.e ? .-esl ti t.r ber .
Usen, lleer iti.. Be; ii." ir.
hr.,hut lim: iii common wrtb tho
pe-.p.e of the Stain etf New-*!.
ami of thc Nation, wa recognise in i ?
uiul peaceful t ?? - ul - ? entfu i HU ri iso to a
careel >f spotless lutesrilv, ol o -. reu-.,i nsWnli.
ofaaswerv na Sdeuty lo public ti isl, and ut a broad
statesmanship wnieh sm iraced Ibo interests, wolfer* b i i
boner or ti a wbol.m y.
ttettalved, lint In the linvale walks of , f-. ns well as
tbe pei lu. mai co ol public du . io e in'.;!..- I tn.- match
iis-villiiesierrbe-c.il/-ii With lin- ir.se- ||s|| devotion
,. in ...nis. n of tue ofllelal, ten- leaving In lbs
ol a lung bi-- devoted to tbe
developement a d prosiiority of b.s
ituuvo stale, a rich Inheritance e.f example ami
achievement tu guide snd nolp his fcllow-?lilsen! f<.i all
till e.
Reeoteed, Thal Messrs. ?? i? r g.--. Btah ne ker, Ba
ami ,M I.ut.ey ut- a co um i w ii repr sen- Ibis dal ega*
lieu at tbe funeral al Utica on 1'iieoUy i.e-i:
i ttotoed, tnat a i opy ofthean rs-- ? I um "in dat] anthea
Heated be traiismitted to the family of taa lUustrtou!
ll. lld.
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ACTION OF BODIES IN THIA I UV.
'Jilt- Manhattan Club laal e ening adopted
res. ru: urns mt the death of II "i al hi Beymoar. They sal :
Twise steeled by tha Democratic partv flovstnor "f lbs
S'.l.e eel Ne rt Y.e!? 11.- tl .SI' 'tS : ll' 0 t ! '? e, |||. [ ee|| - lIUItCM -
i " ., rilli a.lill- h ir. \ md <?. snd while oe up mg thal
pu .ii i .11 io 1 ?? .ti !??- ed violence and disorder m theme moo
I- i, [ ,i 1'iu.e i bi hs ii i-em ii presence .mi i-i-iiini,
I tiuiicii I.y I.i p i-.it i "i-i ssl rseted to seriai life and pri
v it studlea Bu.) wliboul pu rt isl iimiiin iii. be wa-devoted
to the principles end t-an>esur ?apported t i oanuidau-s ol
darsey. Htsrtooidtiienoi s b sustaining tha uaan
II it. .-e n- ol Ihe *?tate I sp ie- ui public clamor and vlo.ent
opposition .-ililli.- bun to asp et iu. bunoi.
A meeting ol tin- ne li.li. ls ..I Ibe I'rmi ure I.li balure
arill behold la ihe call room to-morrow at'Jil 5 p. m. to
take action In regsrd to tbe death ol Mi Beymonr.
The Mercantile i.x< h inge >?? i .-r la) ..i Ibe close ,,* n.
SO-nie ell teeuk I > ul leo nf tit * el el I ll eef I In V nile r J-O J ll, iee 11 .ucl
appointed um following te. di.Ji resolutions and attend
tueiuiieral: V. ll fburbcr. M. Folsom, T. M. .seater,
H. K. Mirier und John A. WI letts.
SMALL L08S Ol CAI ILE OR lill PLAINA
nu. nun.- nv KANSAS Bl i i i iu:u MOS1 ? (ISAM
GOOD IN TKXAS AND MONTANA.
Ar-iiN, Tex., Kel). 13.?Tbe treasurer of the
TSSM Vue "tuck asmii liirrtm Bald 1.isl et e liing Unit
loxa- caiili- on the whole have wintered w.n. Ho
lays lhere have bt en no ino-, s warth m. utloaliig either
in tins seciion ui* any other. Ba aaya that on most of
the rsugea tho srssB ta good. Tba recent special! from
p.ilhls lu .he Tola! pall handle uluiiit the grout destruc
tiuu ot slock iii- brands us falsehoods.
Hi i i.sa, Mom., lei., pa. I bc cottle aro looking splen
dldly. i belo has I teen ho upplee Juhle- lOBB.
VlNMlie,, Mm,., lib. Ki Kline hu.cli i epni I a favm
uli.o Winier, uieI Hie Cullin eomlag tlin.ii.il la linne.
cuiidiiion. 1 in- suns- ls tii-iippi .ring ,uni ibu prospeot*
ioi ibo year .no favorable.
i un.voe. Fob. i-f. According to a morning paper it
does not appear mut the cattle li.-ses tho presSBI w min
lil leia-, Kali- is, t te,.,I,,.lee, ll, I, ula Uiul Wyoming tia Ve
baan heavy, rho reportsfrou rexaesbvw a h>ss ol B
percent. From Kansas the number frosen m the inst
bl in.il d ls pul ul ?.'...illili, lies, e.eI eel 100,000,B! luis I.i e ll
stated heretofore, la Colorado tha lus.s*- ara nut over
i p.-i 11 nt, aim in \\ y "iiiiiig l pei tent. Tha advices
from Texas are thal ibe nuly lesion when mers waa
?l ) col si. ic I .ellie- Ile-- III Ihe .-> Bte ls rh the Hui I lu rh Uer
eef taa Panhandlei-ouuims, where the fi-od wus Bmagre,
owing to tbe prairie Urea last fail The m..si sn..us
ins repeiiu-'i ;- "ii raasoaBenth "f Moiieolla sad Fort
Lime. i. I bu io-s was pm ai PU i" r 11 ul Investigation,
however, bl lags lt eleewu t?> 90 per cent as the gi i-a.li I
jto-siile hess.
kansas tl I-p..lilies say III regard tee the- lOSBOS lhere
iii ,t, a- n rule, Ibs un ii. -i .s occurred on ma
-.Ur i. e ni ci nu. streami .end .. n.-i. the cattle di if ted
u ..ne -i me wne I. I,, es ii.i-i. I. i.ii douyias Ibe tael
ih ,i ii..- c.tii;.- m.i.t-i: i lui- i..-ci, crippled ii. tba vs. >iei i
partof Ksbbbs. bul, wilh favorable c.m.nu.ms. Un- r.
ii.i.iy wni ue r.epiel. All repoil- sheiw I kal Ute BatlVC
cullie' alee lu belier cuiuluii.il tu.iii Hie grade callie.
SAID TO HI GOA I ll H ll HIL f I.S//
Philadelphia, Yob. i.v Oiiarlei ii. Hum
pkiwya. pii.it e-t.iii aad raaf sstais agost. ls said to bo b
eil-lsiilri i lu Hu e-Ui. I nt glO,nini. Ile- has h. eu n.e.ni
tor Ute tjiruid I. !? liisii!aiii e Aiiitu.ly uiiel 'liust ('..ui
pmiv tors, rt ml \e,u?. Becoming suspicions ths Trust
i un,puny soul a u un tu aZSBUas his books. Uumphi. > -
readily eouBeatod, pi ioed taa books ut lu- dlspusai, ami
- * -? ? I* * * *??* '""'"I ?!* Ul - 'lll|'.l*UI, .111-1
wm.e- tho men waa bormd ia Ssares lott ilsa noose and
hal liol bet ii snell sine.. li ib sal i thal lie went lo Sew
^ mk. iiiiiin_ the i..si loree years Humphrey! hud e ?i
0/1/\ BOON ITS lo DRINK.
Fall Rnrn, Feb. 13 {Special ,?Tbs dam of
the \\ o-t poi t cae-tur j, ow.ng lo Ui.) slorm, uv orrin wed Its
bank! ysalaidh! ultcniuou and wai rapidly waihlug Iti
sides Away. The rnnle nperntlios of tbs factory worke 1
nl.-ht to repair the btesk. This .stowsjS, lt ls reported
that they were given Wk et WSS iboogbl tu be a drink sf
aincor to warm them, aad aol lill sf-or tno men had
draak free-ly nf tue mutiiro wss ,t fnuid OBI tb 't sconltfl
had beea aacd hy arisUke. Five of the ama wore taken
violently III and ooo la reported to have smce died. \
pbyslclas wassuniinuned (rum New-Bedford and he <?
P e-e-rd little hopes for t..e recovery of ihe other four
men.
BAILROAD */_. TEEE8TS.
MR. 0OWE1. ..NI" THE SYNDICATE.
IIKAUIM.'- PH'SII-VNT S\Y- WHAT UK Will. DO?
TH .1 - \ " ? M RAt ll ISH.
Pittsburg) Feb. 1 A {SpewaD.?ln the United
Blairs Court this afters. la tn- suit ur tha Jersey
Cootra! nuBins- the Readlss rosd, dr. Oowcb -ni.i:
- Tbs Raadtag Kalimad rseslvors ire In default The
Readlas compasy ia domroaa thal UM Jamey Oeatral
shaU termlaats Its ieaaa If tho Boadlss is t<> rsmala In
ibo hsodsof il,.- reoelrcra, ibo eBesdlof Rallroail Com
pooj l- ai'i.ut tei maka i prop wlilo . which will no sails'
factory to tlie .?u.-knubl-r- ni m.- Jersey < -utrul. I um
BOO 111 i piisillnn tei S|iosk lol llle KoodlBS n.i'l BBd wilt
.lu s.e. lt in un;,isl iii it Ile- Beading lund
sbuiild bold tbo Jersey Central BBloM
it p.iys its ssrslBgs. nod unless ibo receiver!
put np molloy for tho Central for lin- laves. Lal U.e
.le-l-e'., Central be Mil flee- from the BeBdMIB ulld lt cull
luis.- ino mosey ii wa its to pm t ixe*. Darin* the last
rii'-e-n in . ii,1,- tbs other mads have lust 5 ot i> per ecol
WBllCtbe l'-ise | Central lue- bis; . i ul _T. p li elli. 1
ask for thirty days'delay. Weeannoi noa nike i now
lease wllb the Jersey Central bscaoas thc lawol Ne.'
.Iel ?V Ita- I fen ell .ll... I -" .1- I" |i. e-v-ett - lc . lease.--. "
rbe Conn it rmi lo I Un- .1.-; ey aud Ih-u ul;" I m? I.
"I um ciinlldoiit," sai'l Mr i.etweu a- he
walked eeiu of tin- cnu.t. "ihut w Ullin
thirtrdayi I -nail he able to maka such a propsisltlou tu
Hu New-Jersey Central ss will bi.-epubletoli ? d
our differences will lie adjusted, u hat n the syndicate t
lt Will sevei * I ri. li hu- ii sd' mo proposals uml I bavs
sli |USt Whal I Winiel un, uml "ii |uSt WllBl tcril'l I
w i.iiI'i j,,iii i- -ues wno h. li proposes 1.. Issue un Im?
mense .rn, uni of preferred iteiek lo those oho boiishl
Itu- li.1?. te!.) stoekh.deters must pay $1" a- d
turu over their stoek to a ve.mu- committee
it tbe ne-w iiuii im- liv.. rears, 'i'm. ?i"
never do. I In-l-i that Un- ReaellnS property bo
laken rare nf, and tbat none ..f tbe siockholdrrs musi
lee- flirt hor iis-os-e-1. I ioslsteil thal the -yn.r.ealo take.
?rood care of tua Beadlu,. aud keep ?<? property Intaci
I insisted Unit Ihe si lt bale should bu ld Hie *
I'onuaylvaala road ami run lt In cot.ia with tbe
Kemi I ns, tu ns tn form a irunh linc Irom Phil Mlelpbis '."
Til s mrs ami I'btladelp ru lo Hu: in. .ri'. I in- si cl Ihai
the sy n.i mate si.i.'u.i not pul all ibis property loin the
ba ida of a committee of PeunaylvaBla Railroad men who
sill work lt la tue ml r. -i ..r mal i nmimi \. When the
lyudit-alceomea lome wltb a proposition which Inrlud -
a. bis, a il which is li.n-keI up nv u-.I nuni - .i
Mr. A-ten's uml .et hoi- n Ibe present plan, laen I Will be
lllCl lie il ll. |.I, Ul ll Heel lill ll Ult-II." M. I." A .'I - et I
ii,ai iba Bradies people haw p ..,, gl6S,u00 lo ti.. I
ll.ll tn pal the UVel.I ie- I iilljieens.
r.'ii nu i i-iii i, I'll, l.l -,' ' i Lowbsr Welsh
.v s i.e itv elected lu t Pav t i- ,- tc ir..! de
c !? ...| Iii e;,.,,, .-,. t- i m. mis ,ii, ir. i: . ,- . ll .? i ..i .i.ii
ic a dcb ls o represent tne lyiidic.ite aud the ro..i _.,n
iratnen trustees i the re-...-i-'ti lion nf the Be i
lt iilr.t.i'l i.iiiei'v. Phe syndicate** counsel, Jo I
I, rs now ? :i _- ? ir? ? ? I In drawlns dp the isreeinents
ie ii wi,lill tbs Vari a |eir les io the sebomt I ll ha
ed io onie!, and i i.e ii Bompietlou will oot upi iel
??I ie -I iy a.
- -ax
BKPOB1 S OF I LE. A I I'D tl Ml.'. AYS.
Ai.i'.anv, I'.l'. IJ (Special).? Tlie followinji
r. puns lur the <;n ir'.-r endins Heceinbei -il have
been received hy te B.I road Comm ssloii r
? Rai, no i-t.
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Mindrie!
MU pills
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? a-'e lt li il,-I
I for appeal
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I NI ll-) ORR li <i UA - RLAi h HAILI H.
i i.v t'l.i l i l> r.. liv . li ii pltiri roll SIM -. i: A
M. - Il l-l I - . \-i .
l'..i i.iiki i i-ii, Feb. l:;. --Ni-, uly (wu
lon I. foi Bl i an,'' I. '- uii.I
.?e. i.i.i.n.-e,i ibit he wai riiu 11 ? -t siid .rn
lol a s. wini; ii. ii'biii'- company. Mew..
no eil I ind has been llitoxlt sled I
lim.-. H.- wa- ejected from Ibs Nc-.eu |lou?e
. ii in un open bar-room s|M>k< inii.e
. f.nu .tosy way of the wife ol oue of the lea
Oul, herc lu- was arrested s I li b-.
iy bx-Ki hoi i I . . I ? ., e.f Ken
York, esma hera ?>. ?! einleaVeired lo gel p -
.,.-? .ii ot .mii. et lon s - mu
iee li !??!- i? an
li la sal mat st .nu- i ute Jon - rn -us lbs .,, ,, .
am '? ai - ? . ? weal hi New-York ina> ried
espii -? ? ,--..,] |ie| wre-u
t li-- m. VV.i sh,- reiiim-el lo N-w \,\,i. .l.s
fe I .-III lillies il.llllliel.il 111"!.Ol ,,f ll I - lu. I ul
- . i "i -.' 'I ai a lime, sometimes When
.? lu her . . il otber tln.es
een loot. lt is Hated thsi Bbs pas i
il is mon i- lo -s'i Ij ni- .-a.:- upon bet pui i . ,
.... bi lad io- !.-!.u ii of i- rr. .. H, .,,...
relaxed ii ni esl he s ss pel<i s< . sd liol
lars, aud unless tba sum was paid threatened lo reveal
theil ?? ellll.-lll-.
jr, rn e Jonas waa an itad borea -rt ertivo lured bim
!,, s. .. York, and Jones lieroeiitns Inmslcated w ,- .,,
rosirsi and il..- del. etiva b?-ied lo Bud lbs li I'or, on tbs
priMMiei when be waa aean-bad, hoi dl.l nou Yeetei
dey Ml. I., e l.llie- x.,A Je,|.,., 1 II Jail, uy|
.lld k'oi linn, nu fi un bim uh...ii me?
ier cl-. Ile gtH Ul. eellle-e I alni lill I .1'ele.--', I ... Tl: -e t ! ell.- |
hm sun tbey were nol lound, Kins y Ute lett.-rs and
t were turueel over to ni end Itald
ami lbs shs11rt heck.-el ibi.u his safe and Ul i
wrnt bach to New-York. There are al.t fllb-eu le icu
sm) nv', or sis telegram! Irom ibe woiuau in tai ri
in,pl,ii mi: Je.iies lo Iel ubi ?....'.??. Ila says thal be save
Ibo w.an bia Uot r foi n-l ..'"). tlleflorta t.t j,-.-! ,. i
i >iii<? ii ir been fruitless, mi Kcoleeiue bas bc
Un .elieis.
I III COS I l.-T I'.K i Ul. HTATI I'lbMiN'.i.
Kingston, I'.'). 13 Special), lu th.- mun
damuseasaof lin Altmnp trpuenanlnt ? ? . ? ks orme
Hassle and Assamtily, which by stipulation nf ..
h.iei beeu isl down fm b bearing before Judas Park ai at
-,.-..a leiiti lui.- lO-day, r-iiii'tel Haul te,,,I -i. H.
;;.,semi .ie appeared fm Ta* trgno Company ami Ham
Hum Harris for Weed. FarsuBB A Ca. sud los clerki ..r
Un- I..-.nala.-. Ifr. liaiiN m.,..,ii a postponement al
ibo ho .rmk nu ibo around ol Ihe abseuca ot his asso
nala In Ibe ci a, H. C Moak, wbo, bs saul, wa- un?
avoidably le-ei .I ,11 ? ortlanel County, afr, ll md -. i
Hu' w iiiio Un') would he sisd I.i.lalo Mr Har
iis ei,,., ledi ibe mailer required rsoedittoa. Bel
leer ll Hie alh-lfe-el IUIiiIIii Cote traci ll- l.l lu Ih, lt; .
. .ti,p.m. he aaid: "narely my friend will nut deuj
I inti w.- kai 1 -u. lt a e.-rr la. I."
"No." roi.d Mr. Harris, *? bul wo contend thal w
but e- a c..lil! ie I w hu n le- ;u-l Bl I.I h- I n i I ,
Inuit . lanloil ll,e Ililli. 1,1 pe.-lp"lie|lli nt alni lb
ease waa -..i down for February -.i al tha Albauj
dpecl .1 Iit.n.
(o.MMAMii:i: IIAVU Alili's R| Nd I LAH 'ANL
111 I I SI.... I'll). 1 II SprCUll). Mil lucille- Sli-in
to-day opened ibo will ofiommandei .rsc W. Hay.
Ward, of Iba Colled -tates Navy, oho di. d a fsa wet ks
a..eiiii board bis ship at Alexuudna. Egypt, ll eoo
taiitcil ti., in.i,wine remarkable provisious regardlas
bis bodyi
" I direct thal mi body, after death, ho decently pre
ie ired, :it tha leaal prsetlcal exp.-ii-e.ami ondai the -,,,:,.
e euell I lull- I like, le lu the i I em.il ur-, SI Vi tish 111 _? I ni , J', j,,,
eel IIII J ie! he I I le III tin! > W lill I. In > lu- lin.re |-_t|.i ll .ttl'
and less ci.imvi to re*, h. aud n.i-r.- reduced t.i a- .,**
I ha I lue i ..she- lu I.. I., ii lu lu,-, renie. If fill BeillMlej
nf Hr. J. !_. .-ii war; san I.blamed, ii in e,,.,. ,,i j,,.
il calli, lita nf tue peri.eil! 11 -. 11 i li _ Ihe lui ||| w hie li ||e
buried tho remalBs of mi beloved wif... | ,|, .ir,. >_a|
tbrae asbea be piasasl in a suitable nm of eopiiei lu ber
Clave al bel f.-e-i, lill were, p..- Udp, I j,!,,,tu,I ,,,,,,,
tl,.el tm ) be pl..ci .1 ii.si.it ber et.Um, in whl. h -.,., |
sit. iiiu n..I wish in. m iu lu- enclosed, bal iii.ii ihey be
,- iewu over whatever may romain >.i ber precious
be.dy."
I'l-i 'HS BO [NU uki li I US BY LOT
Brr PA to, I'll). 13 (Special). .Mumu Philid
He i.e i di-sired lo gel rid ol una bis police boord ilorks
iu ..r it i in m.ike- a p: icu ht Captain A. M. Wheler, a
bVpublican, wbo iluce thc war baa theaa al Dan vi'le,
Va. Tl ree little slip- eif papers em-h
bennie, the nama eef ii derk umi arers foiled
put Ultu lillee' e ill. lol BS. OM e.I Ihe Hu;, rd |,|1, u I ll ,1k
in ni- on the il.uni Maror lit oker, arising, said tb it
Un- en ve -be |.e- which u-ii farthest fruin the murk would
c.,ulalu Un name nf Un- mat, arlin Wuold have tn Walk
Un. plank. H.- irrae ettillv flipped the Hue,, envelop.-!
lutee th. air. in. raveio|M< which couialned Albert _
Gilli sple's i.iiine. fell larlhi-si froui Un- mark. Mi Uillt -
pl.- Wa- lillie I lulu the re.eilll .Ul I In..| I bal bl- rCSI Itu
lion wini.il be accepted, ile il. r.-up?ii expn-s-ed bis
Williup ii ss lu IfBlgU.
lill, ii Mm: BALL ai i ORKBU*
Ithaca, Feb. 13 spu-mi Tbe Junior elssa
oi Cornell i Biversity bold n- aaBaal ball hem last
Bight, Ten-.iriiiteiy wus t.i eur ile.1 will, Begs, hSSllSg,
hauliers ami lowen mun the- uiiiui ny rosservatoriea
A irriri! many 1.1 iles ami (,'eiil |. in.-it were pres. iu fruin ti
dlsliihte iiml tho BMSWdSSCS In. ii ||m iinivi-rslly nn,|
lOWS wu-ext-e i.ii.eitally lar-e. Tue visitors were- lr..u,
Massachusetts. Connecticut, New-York, Pennsylvania.
Ohio, lulu.us. Mnhij.- in and Minnesota. President sod
? ra. Adams, wit i a numb r nf professors aud their
Wives, assisted lu IgSBlvlSg ibu gucsls.
TUM SAFEANDTHE "BOODLE."
W'UV.UV. THREE AI.PRRMFN USED TO MEET.
THK lil:..ALw , V nUWCHIBB AND r :l>il>I*NT
j t-HIIAY'a e|500,000 IV DILLS.
Richard8.Noweombe,tbe *i.wrof Will
liini H. If olin.ey. tba reader of tbs Houri of AMsrmen,
nnd ol twolvo Ablermoii uml e-\-A .lerni'ii. sat lu <|Uiel
nil day yesterday, before thc Renate Bailroad CoSB-SlttCC
wlthoot producing " linly" .Moloney. at
ha bud pimiii .-.I on Friday, Mr. Newe nhs
rn .1 ti m Mr. Moloney eoaM aol pr. -."nt himself before
His committee even to-morrow, but by Tuesday li"
sieiibi ba thora. Tula ga vs tbs Impression ibat "Billy"
hail bee ie ne i pi ratios andei an ur ? age nt rive, in Florida
ami wus loath to leuce iu? land of flos
Tbe lavestlcail n yestord iy lerelopt d many surmises.
It le.i President Poebay, uf the Broadway and
seventh Av. nae road, ta tell how bs snd Treasurer Kerr
hied t'.irite.i a---.'I..... . nnrtgsge uf their company Into
cu-b uml hail kept the mils, in which form tbe money
uppi ur.ii, in .1 vu nt.inr 'icirly n year, drawing noln*
tcreot therefrom bees) io! fear thal Boanda! ??
ave " sh iky" ir i.-rri'b ii 1---1.
A jeweller, raino* himself a "diamond broker,"
?I.,., d George W. Alter, was bron rbi lo tho front mid
instilled tn et he- wss the inooessor nf Alderman Justino
is |iru|.rh. or of a te. i'iii -ii ia di imondi snd Jewell t In
I'.io.eine--?. Mr. Conkiing ma<le i strong effort to show
Hint In Alter'- p..ie??? wai S Mfa Ohlcb, Wh ri Mr. .1
wus proprietor, contained wi ti li popularlj known
a- ihe "boodle," and ii.tt A ter had bad occasion,
? hen .lu im wss si -. to so out lo get a
.m.(Min um, a part of the ?? boodle," m 'lu u,;.. rn.
itei-niH. Aller denied every hine of tbe kind. Mr. Conk
Ung ascertained thal Alderman De Lacey and ex-Alder
min (taite bsd oe.-ii i i the i. dui of droppli .- rn at tbe
pl oe for a chet with Mr. Jachne, and
Mr. Waite Bold .ld auld watch chain to the wi rsi
Las nun .v iii. r gol b .ii nu to toll ii'.*' in. was " left'
JAMI - M. I.YI?DV'fl I KSriMOSY.
j.un - m. I.; rtdj. - inctlon rostra
Ihe Board nf a di i m.i, ' "-.. .' n .? 11'i i i.e ii ii rhlie a es
di ? ... ? ? .1 e.n a.-i _... . .ibe Board
in bo.el lt- ipeclal !? o',-.k -e..i .ii tbe next day,
oas lin Aral i ness. H.- rot'ier. John II. Lyd.ly, wai
Ihe p .. i inf! In Ibe sall Mr. Kew un! pul Co- r-uesti
hun a- Mr. t ankling was ' ii ga go ' In i ourl fm n nine.
t; i ohs rapacity did the plslntlfl linns u- s-iiitl
A. I "i himself ai-il oiberi ll.
. i, ,. 11 ano p'ovls on sion si u bi i
a- ii mii- in i run-,.--i. ii - . i- :?? . . a a inn y I.
Mad ll i.l. anel hi- .... I
ween d ii'!, ci bli lr '?? unfavorably My brother
iu,k d with many pmpei
m. road. ..ii I., tbi u-. , ii the mit a
v. ..ii..: |n|ii lum.
,,t lu i in. i -..I I, i ! \. s ,
t,e ila what grounds va. the li ur ct lon TanleeH
? lb it tb.- Bu .i'i ni Aulel ii ? ll ibu r
there
" a- tr..III.- ni ll..- . n:i-t nu! ;t,|i eily .,f
ll. Ul! nf 1 -- 1. li l.-l-.IS
I."li.
Mr. I.Tildy remembered thc call ipnn bira .if i
ll, Alesaiedi-r loo da] - dis
-. ,i. el. u oa al.I ."....) a. m , \ ... _ , ': ? i
ll I:
Mi Alexei .1- r I km vi
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i r - ?
?ile...
- ? M . . ?? r .
?
W.ll.l eel Ie,el ,.(.|c. | ?,} , f , , .- . -I
ll, I . ' .
\ :? . I : . - i M Mo\ iliele-r mal Ull bl
?
til lliJllU.ll
nit ib-.. rk n: i.r > iii
. ... , bi '.. ? i I - i
be ol po, left ws the I
li .- he. preeu I ?
"SV
III I .
?
i; Y..U- i , ? ir ?: ri oe ry I A
proof.
t. u ? rurplsh I A
? ; .
Mr. Hen ll I W a- e
I.i ebli i anio lu ei .m. rn- tbe law ii ore
i i .
i/ ? . n thal
? ?
i \. i' . I .
-
t/ \ em -sw Mr Al.- e l-l Vs, I
A. -I I told hun I ?
i . limn t'milieu ?- . i i i,.i
knees Ul'-:, lliat l.t. I nrp l .11"!
ee ? lu |t ,p. I
lilli , M . \ . \ Itt h 1 tee Setlll. Ul"
-lill ll
?
e uni.
'.' ?
-
.... ,
told Mi . ? < l-l Hist I lui ?
- .
-
.; I ii. vi li,.-. I .... . John
\ III
... . irs. We bavs a
e- I.v ' ?? :. ? ? .! ?
. I \
? ll Ul I I.'' ' I
? nd ..|| Obs ?
If,, Hoer so i ? ?-.. t, .1 di '
lenney I A
? i think. I be lor was
Tl.. .....
.. la wbi I paid I \ ll uk in billi
i, i mil ;.ir lt 1 A.?I
du nol mill it '?? I '?? ; ti \| I . ly psl.l ll.
.... lo ob. ase end ihi p.ll a
?
iie.w did John I
elep..-ll | A.- I d.Ml't klllll
tn, t mi! mi bmihi r Muli i ui roi it
.; u ,-. - .. I A.-Yes, al
I.e. |mi 1 I Millik I I .ul ll ll,' le III I - - ., I i lill'
I ,..-.%. . .
Ml. -. v. ul . I SUI S's.1 ol Ul al. feer I I c iii
? i.
i,i |?o you know where the PI'J.MNI .-??- dep
A. I .. .. r u.y irolhr I U Ul mn look cltsise ul it.
11 \\ hen did youi bro ?? r Jnhu i --ii gal a li i
il.'- efl VI ."-. i \ I .1.Ul'! l-lllll
Ml. -, wald I ll. - k llial * 'I". Ilr.
?? Lowana K. Full r," on . i - ? . ' i
nf t-.le.r," wini " reel lort" Hern i. ii I llb H irp S
i.e. n li riarlns Bsainsl i ..- > -.-???' u ..- ba "? ii . ami tbe
riul.nl.-ipi.-a |.plo, who bi- I., ilep ol lam because
e V Jil I.e || Bf ree ell eil l-l ll e.
iou. is fur legal looa foi Ihs inrLtt-a
ree ul, ree-0 H..I ? - pl . UH pl I ) .- W e e 1 11. Ho lei, I I
bad fun.-iit teei sable* lol i* ut) live v.-...?, boo he I mt
run by esbeB in anet nut of tbo Board ". klderiuon, bad
!.. . .1 di ifUll e
I, i Iel si beal f". .1 i el nud' i ev nun |
I '.- ? i ?.np . y had u I.r.- i Hu. cit)
-i.in m.dix. I,,i tba c.. ..I I way fi un bise, hs ul i.
I . .1 I - BY, I ? -ll l ? l M | ? le.
.iii... w. 1 ..-..a), un- p.. -. em ul lbs Broadway aad
-i veli'lia. e. Hil.InnI I "ti;.?:il. .... I lie Bell ST lt"
Ile I- B line leuiklliK u a . . ll HoWlUg -lelo
w.ii k r-. Mi. .-e wai i kopi llll .....
t-.- Have ... i ."ii-uic-i wi ii ,:u . ii . -.-I s.|. y?n
.. ' bi red wini i - i ?!'" "a i \ l'i e., Mr. El
.,. you weal ever Ibe I.i.- sith html A. i ?
I-, ll i\ln_ beea president ul the ro.nl :..r fl leen
pool , will you dsserim tbo rouio of ibo orlgtual mail I
Mr. Kimbar told Ihe i-..niii-l:i--i what m.-rv New
Yorker wbo baa tuken a Unlrcrsiti Place cai knows by
h.-.ui. iba .I..,..us n rontb Aveuue Lim p .,
.i.s.. .le-, m.cl. 'lin. directors of lae road In 1881 in
eluded .1.eeith -u.iip, i.i.h bm ino Ken. ami Alfred
...i_-ihU. rim capitol Block wa- gj.tou.uou.
1,1 ?How mau) mort sages bas yoni cnn puny made on
ll- pl e p. | IV I \. 1 tull I Hie III -l. Ul 1 -Iel. .fl.. .1 li l.l lilt) ;
in. ?.1 rh >. 1,. >".'. e . ..ii li -, ima da e , lil'' , tm ll
altai,.), .en properl] li..usbi, I ibluk, lu 1873; Ilia
r.b waa that lui ibe ??...OOO Istelf siren. Ituneis
W. ie IBS IS I ll . the III .1 I ll 1.1 I-.I .- lilli) . 1 lee. ll Ile le. t li
r. 1. ti ? ||H> nini I In,.al- lhejl.ee. I.i. .linn . I --I. um I
now lue- pe r e e iiii i..e.k Undi i.:.i . I . ? l.i i m..; i.aire',
theu, bee mus the third, and the others loek i r retie nee.
t/ Ibero bas novar us-on ?ny dufault in lutereBtI . -
Mu. sir.
i,e iieiw lons prior to 1--I had thonompnny paid
dlVlel.l-l A. I . .eu .inly -;..ak fr.un I-.'H. w lien I !??
l.ullic pie slit, I,I limn l.e.it lime lltVI,I,-lld- ll ive I.ll
p., iii ui - p i cent .i >? ai, -iiiii-. tn ii ii. do in l-Tu.md
[fiiHi ui h since thru.
,'ei -.waul uni iii evIJcnce the- eertlOcsto Jof 9,5'JO
Sh.ll.- Uf tba -ell (.1. .- I U l.p l.ie, *B SlOl'k I-ll .1 Iel .I.Ililli
bhsrp and bj bini transferred tu Pi ildeul Posbay a*
?'in> al Ini ney Irrevocable." Oltll powai IO transfer the
stuck lu ..ic ii persons as bu may dat .eic t a tuo bcueiii ol
lin -Ve Ul Avenue I 'ump my.
Mr.H w.u i Mi. r.i .ha-., do you know wbu drew tb li
li-.-|e_lill,Cltl I A. 1 tbe .,eel , |||, Un pl c.-lull I- UlHl lt W.IS
dru wu bi Mi iiiu.it. 1 mink m. tmuBfor waa made thc
lame dal lb il Mr. 8barp ,,oi '.he Un ...
i- - ll in. un jun iu,di i mud nous ibe '.),.'.-!) lowes ol
Ito k I A. ? I iiinlcr I ind Hi il I bold ll lu trust fur Ins
benoni Ol the -.. V.tilll Aveline- l 'e.||l|.illl\.
i.i Bo you think you have ibi right to irauifsr tboss
-ll .ie- lu I itt. c .mp .III I A I dO.
t^. 1 Inui || the du. .-lenee should xo lii-irii.l you. ynu
W i.lll.l Ie el UOdl-r Obligations IO do lt I A I -mei. 1.1 III si
i e I,.-ii ii wi ii.-i i Yes, ..--iiii- fi "iii Ibat, 1 -lu
iiinieisiuml ii. irrespective nf the Hu Hine Company, I
mule le.luli.1 Ibat nu lenli ii Hun I- pla cl un in) 11_ lt lu?
ll ti le e.
1^.?lins eiTt lilt-ale- emin- In the r-e ve lt 111 Avenui le eui
P ? i\ a- pan a.ui paree! ot iii" wbol transaction lie
I ween tho two companies 1 a Yob, -ir.
t- Wno tbe .nilli ni between tba oumponlos utiihor
i/e-il by your lue.ri of dlreclorsl A. -Ve-.-, -ir.
.; Ilaveyoutber.lu Hons here I A. Yes, slr.
Mi. i'n-h.', had to take Hms looking up ibo resola
lloiis, inui me.mw lui.-e-\-.M.eyeer Kdson was swum. Ile
I mik Hu- ni uml WOOrlBg tm e\ ? i. ..i' arni il.11 I, :Iiim- and
carryiiio sn umbiella. Mr. -ow ai -I lint foiiuil lliat Mr.
Ld-nu waa Mayor of this city In l --1.
Q.?Wss tbe application of tba Broadway Rnrfars I o__>
pony brought tu y.?a, for action, in 18841 A. li . ?
?J, ll lu.l wu- ).,iu iii-tiuii I A. [ \. t.i.tl tho applic.i
iiiui fin un- ir un- iso.
i ? M ire th.in noes I a. Twice
H unit wera roar reasoasl A l-'irst, ??. a citizen
I opposed sroad la Broadway; see.md, tbs rltlssui had
imi ii u un opportunity lo ba beard; third, ir n road vt ia
ie. ba '"un in Hroadway the froooiilao, l ibousbt. should
be auld io ihe buhesl bidder, lin. Corporation t tmiiaol,
Itt I- my luipi.-.--Hill. ad. is il . thai inn hoard bad tbs
ri-t hi io puss tho fran shim swot me Mayor's . et...
Mi. Pasha? r.-^niiii-ei ihoahalTi while Mr. -eoivur.i took
thu minuit, of ibu msc linn ot Uo Uliculori ul Ibo aey
enth Avenue road of July BR, lt85, for recitation pur
pasea llapponiw* that a rea-luilon had boen intro?
duced bf WiUlam tt f I *r ?? und paasod, ratifying tlie
.eiiitrnt between the twoeompaales and aethoriMng
Iha i - ue e.f fi5O0,000 bonds mt rosi sstats la .-ixih-avo.,
botWOSS Fiftieth aad fifty l?Bt ?r-- S uer,, tho Seventh
Aveline road's depot ls J, the bouda to mu for thirty
youl H.
(-. "i hu drew thli res.. Inti, ci! A.?It WM di awn by
Mr. Bright ... .
o -Wss lb-re ii roso i ii Ho n of tho board uiitliorUliig
Ute guarantee of Um bondi of tboBorfaes road. a. -Tuero
Mr. Koshsy haadod orer the ?tastes, which ow Sep.
e.iiuoi -. i W5, showed that at aregftUr mcetiugof tba
illreuton ths rotillsaUoa bu l boon rn i lo. Th i mlnatss
ni' day 19.18,-,ata meeting which Mr. Hnys did not
attoad. showed that tho pnatdoat bad madam agiaa
meiii witb the- Borfass company for thc osteosiMs
pm pose nf the protoetlon of tiie Berenth Avenue j
Company*! interests. Ths agreement WM sub- I
milted. Mr. Soward pat iu svMssos ? l?tter j
of President Kiohmond to the Buts Boll
. Commissioners on December rt isst. In answorto
an Inquiry relative to tbe rei ion why tb BorfseeCom
puny waa uot running ita ears, Mr. Richmond bad ? i
tiiat .hen. bael in- ii no laaafl of ibe Surface road, ha!
ll. it n co.i tr .1 l bad boon m.nie bctwt in t.i" com nun un.
lil OL'.IRAM I l.t. OF l UK B IUD .
Mr. Seward rend Hp- nu ii tit ?? -t .f Sept.-'riber 13, 1885,
in which the directors o( the Seventh Avenue Com?
pany rat I Oed thc iruarentec o', tbs bpods and
uuthorl e.i Hi., e.ni irui wilh tl". Rurfm a '. Company, Um
ui'iK ihs niiiiibcr ee. cur. ll wu- lo ran to live.
.'. .' ll Ih.il Illili!, ni 0 VS eur. ULM.-deration 'or
winch >'..ir company guaranteed ibe Mcond mortgmra
lee- ,...- IA. ll
.,. Are tba coupons, *n f.ir .is you Know, lathe po?
ul tbe two bouka ai which tbey wore paid I a.
1 u. mit k>.ow.
ie Waa im- mortgage of $500,000 on tbe Berenth
ii-i uiij.aiiN'-pi--p.-r , ac uiiy executed 1 \
?i s, ur Mr. H n; u.-i'-mn-.-. i.mi.i wera prepared
iu .iii., 1--1. .h. scribner pi pored the form. Sir.
I - .a n, u i:> . . in la i gu x.- nt;
lem to M . - i ri.i-r'.'.llb-?. when. [ irot ili.-ni. I
tn..I. tin-in in ni) eulie ?, -l.-ii.-l and -culed them. I Hunk
they oem tuen Beni to tm- utUee of Hinman 1>. Kerr, tho
II eu ..id. lin dgued thom and nie) a fow
du, -1 ni- - .f..
'I I'heu what waa done witta them I A.?They wero
lOld
.,.. How long were they in Mr. Kerr's .-.if.-? A.?A
tte, k, I think.
(j He sr hom were they -.ebi i a.- Boras wont to
ll. pi. miaa A Co.. I io i dd them.
e ?. Have \" i any I.llectlou of any one's coming to
your.i - ll if the company, tu looa t* the reso
. ? . . / ig tho I - i- ul ie h. ml- ' \ ta. -lr.
i- :\... pini-ii.i?.1 ih- h..ini-I A.?Mr. M. White,
Mi. Inch, or ilrooklyu, Mr. Curtis and Mr, Brokaw look
-
',.. II>,W Him ll III.ell, y ell 1 \ee.1 _et I A.?$500,0001 ttO
ii.een-um: nu :?--. We Iried tu ? imw money on ths
. eu po lld not, -. thal s ? riving
e- ec.i pure iaaer Ufieen ot tba liri,, morl: iga bonds aa u
Mr. t-'oabay declared tbat be bud acted ui.e'.er len
advice In tbe transactions. "Wa - mul I bavs been
' :, i. ;. " ir . il h,il run down
?ey t! ??
lil pall to M tb the
: ? ? :
??pui lu Mr. sharp for the bornes .md hu
. h.. nu I p ue ii i.e..i .,: i . uns. An
I ll , ll Ul. W l- .u ?
,- ri th Mr.
; .
?:.-.'? A I ir
can.
t... .. hal had you ? ihi of p ij-ing fe.r
.. it : I." ' e ' - - i .-' .rt ? ar,
e. -.
. i.r .ht
I '
'.' 1W tll.lt
p iv Sci loner mic ex
? to be p.nd I
' .-'lag.
, ..i.e u;,.,I, I ll . -s . .
. ilblu for
. v
| ll l\- \ N
....
I i" bm
:. - tarp
.
'.' ind*
?
I,'. . er ee el.i;!l.
, mo.
ej k tireen I
lb. . ?
Kl! \ 1 -. - .
...... i . - . . ,i, ?? . . . ,i ci. in ibo eommlt
-"IO ?i
iii i i ti
"il.-nt.e
? *
uliietl
.1 ires
1 - I
? np my
. .. u
u pel! ii.
i
? I
eterred to ap ip- I i bli pocket,
ipn
.ti ..'xi.i mort
f 1, ls. i."
Bejtlll .1 t e. I -eire I \ le.
' ' '? 1. 1 --*. 1
A . -.
? ? ' ? * i< 1-.! \ >. t vern mont
a ii o keel up all
i A. I
.. I.?Because tbe Mew
e.. *.!.!
! 'lr. k- lei I"
? ? Il.t.le-t
? - i I b imun y. I lilt s. I
... W.ell.d
? u.
Ia].- -I ? . \ . ? '? I you not
i , e . and i'a
llke.1 \ V
t ie era
Illy I \ III Jellie , I ott e.
Mi. nco a rd next i tbat tbs seventh
. ? 1 ? lie- - 1 -' 1,000 feir
I I j ? 1 pt I
? in.wui_ Iii in- sic of the he i a Company's
r ceipis t,,r nina dsyi rn June, 1-?-... ovei tbe sams
:--i ..- pl",. for Au e-i tbelncrease
? ? ... tor .*?< i'l. ml ' r. .--'.,..?" f. 1 Demil, r.
I) ttl. ? ? ? pl for Ol le le 1, 1-- 1, be.rug $411,000
a. oo. 1 be aei rags monthly
ll., tl I" ll ? :-e-e-!i al OUI #60,000, lill Killel.
. rei ii of i.-e . ip -. bas tba per ceai of
?'? ' ? 1 es, . I ; mic per icut,
fri.UI *.lille e- .pi ,| I
(? H.. ? U.e ie I i i i, alt) n r nu tu tbe cit) m.ute on the
recei|ei? lui \ un NnVi n. u-l.
.... ii ii.. ? ii include I \ i riaisonieii
Wi.ill h. ..... 1 emt I i-e ii Ui s . I I,,- H ... kel .-I roe I lp,
: III MB ..I - .ti li. Tit
III
.itel III
re nol a bank in lb., .ny von cou d havo
Yes, bul I thought tl J UBI BS Mts In the
ie
mit lime ei.it s, tho wed Miara
Ml.
itr i-ai, .niel rides to
- ' 'le- . 1 el I .1 |.e ' | .? I- || . . lel.ld I
\. i.--. -ii . ii.e > un? il be gell ou si Flit] iluib-st.
raoe|Kallroad
I'liiem- lou showed thut Tl io had I.u paid to each,
indicail' r that the I'ninn ? ist fourteen days.
i h.ui ii an i..ew took up Un- lournaJ and wanted to
know ..ny ri. rr..i...ii in billi iiaei not boen carried
,s"eu-ii" instead ut ?? 1.1,mis end proceeds of
luuie..-., -r.u"'.'-.)>i " Mr, Foshsy could not tali, ihe bills
had bcei kepi In the- ueposli company in tho old
Mum f liull.lln r, he sani
-ci,eiini i nw- ii.e i"ii know uf an] money thal caine
iii mn .:, ie.,,) I ruin Mr. Prentiss un tbs bonds I a. -
x ,11,1 lill
t>. Ik ii i,e.t u fe.t ibsl Jen miali tunis |.t director of
i.i i it At .-ie;... i un.p.ii -. or ula bremer advanced
you om i rr I tl.'.(mt. oh iboae bonds I A. ? .Sot mo tai u-i I
|. m. min i.
,i Arr you willing t? awear thal Ibe Curtlaoe did not
ad.... \,. i i.\, r-.'"I...."<) .ii rr., leuudsl A. Mv un
, . "11 .- ll .1 Hu > e| el lu.l.
ij ? i-i.-ii. w i.ai uai.ii ii... you gel thi a billa which ymi
n.i ihe .rei.ii.iii.ii | a. i-. ilioie ob-, bought the
h.unik. Mi. i ni u- n ive a shack, sad I ?_>>*. tbe nionei on
ir ,.i the i. .uk
i,> .Snw. Mr I nahay, do j mi mess to nar that your
o i\ rea .? lor drawing Hits mona) la billa and putting
ll Iii h v ,u t M.i. ih.,i jllU hail doubt! uf I I.e- s.ele ly cf Ibu
bunks I V VC!
RH H i
luelle Ul I
V.ttlll.
'? Who else had access to tbe vault I ... The treasu?
re i e.r mu i-t itii an. | dr. Kt ri.|
tri > " i .o lo -we.u ihai Ihai uii,mint of mum y
lb hills nih..ihi-.l undisturbed iu thal ..mil tlu-to eight
UlOlitl I I A I saw iliiin Un rn from tune In nuie uud
i i.i y were all then when i aama t?> lake them awa).
MK. I i.SKI IMI I Ahi - a HAND.
Mr. .being, wim bud lu en absent from ths early
pm if tlie proceedings, being occupied In court oise*
where, Introduced a greal t rmcnl >.t lu te rcs! ut this
tune i.y rei iii nun; and t.ik.n?' .Mr. lusha) gently up with
lu- Ional forot ps.
Mr. Conkiing Ita yon know that deposit bank! pay
ll all) lulen ll Oil bul ll Ul e -I
Mr. r.i-hui I d.it.
Mr. fo nilling cal. ed Mr. I 'ii.li.iy'. attention to thojou .
Hui eef the pleee, BdlOgS Ol tlu'-e M'lltll All-Hue 1'oilipiltlV .
director! .end ii-k.d bim ll thc words " toads sad pro.
ee eu-nf buln.-" were in Ibo esme Ink und handwriting
as tbe nat of tbe rut rles. Mr. Pushay gua hod deeply
e.ul -anl bo thought the hoads i um. ihe MM, I lion be
obouged ii ie- mn .i ai d thoogbi ths word "sundrtso" bud
been added In luk to ihe furm ol tbo account, as thors
ll .!< I hl'Cll 111) slll'h hl'.lel III.' Ill lilt' p II | ltd I fn| |||.
ii Whoso handwriting ls that word i?undrle-.] Int
A. I aloll' L kllllW.
tj,?You know nothing about lt 1 A. No.
i; lo apposite tho hosdiug " landnes " in tho entry
I ,il|l.iHNl| A *le-s, -ir.
',. An I th H wni-d - kihi,trio-" bu- boen Obliterated
iiml im auirj ?? pi,., ced, ol bouda" made i A. -Ye-a.
I'. S\ il li wa- ibal done I A. I ea l't nay.
tj.-ln '. you rub mi- tuns,- mark-I A So.
14, 1 .en y..ii Mi-.- in whose handwriting those words
srol A. s.e. I kuow iioihiug about lt except by loos?
ing ai um paper.
tl Iii wuai ie u.k did yen keep ymir anaanntsl A.?
I lu- llrei.ulwui and Hu- Piteiiic.
t' Vein gm iioitiHuniiut fi in ti.e I'm llb- Hank I A.?
No, -ir
<? Von saki to tbe Chstrmaa that yon won unwilling
lu luisi |*5O0,0O0 tei BRO bunk lu l-"sl. Was timi
the re.i-nli tii.ll ) on did lint divide lt up and put part
lu tenn ami -nnt- In iiiuilher I A. Inure w aa no re.neon
partioularlj aboui it. I rlmaa to put it tn tho v.nil'.
il imi yoa pot tho money thom yonrsslf 1 a. I did.
Q.?How long eitel yeui oxpe-et lt lo reiiialn there, when
Jua pul ll tharo I A.?MHaNfl peihuyi oWSbeSBWBau, -
Mr. F .ahav wm lavttod to ralcslsts Ibclnlsvcel oi
(.'.?Suti.tiuO at I yet cent for tv.o noiibo. Da ii..i.'i-:i
?-..nun.
i>.?How eartie yon to keep thc worn ?? -i
L?Psssussseunexpected opposition (war
e.ad linne up-the i-nb.e- opposttloa, ul Mirri wiro
ie gt ui, uml ibu pm off ibo exectii lou Ol UUI |> .1 u e . ?.
Ij,?When did the sppasltlBS secsrl a.?i-i Asgnsl <-r
Cute rn ber.
Ij.?When did yow put the money in thc vault! ... i -n
Lugosi '?.
t>.-'Ihe Lyddr-alt wa! settled on An^)i!t 30, vt_m lt
eui A.?Yes,sir.
l). -o that you Knew then of the opposition tu Hie
Bad I a. i did.
<^. Aad you left tim mossy ts tho vnuit until Juno,
?s-.-i I A. -V.-m, -ir.
... Ami io lost ioma 130,000 In Interest .'turu tba tim.)
be mortgage was madel a. I -.
Q.?Dtdyoa tak" thc aranoy oat sf the v.n't nil nt
ti.e- ! A.?I took out .T '.'.*. I >t,ll nil June 1-, lol.". 1 lee.k
r ell ont botwooB Jane l -< an i _'_'.
i,-. v.ip-ii was Hi., lust opeoalUon davalopsd ls tao
Hoard af Aldermen i A.?i dun t rs member.
ij.?Do you rsmembsr who of tin- Ussrd mais the tiint
ni.-lr."u l .\. Ur. O'Connor, I believe.
Q. -Wbonext 1 A. Mr. t.runt, [did not under
hui .uni ..i. cu'i'i..- iv exactly.
i,i. i . al waa -t mo time before AogBBt '2, wuk il not I
,. ! i-.ii.not a.iv.
<.. I et us go back a little. Ind von in tlio ?nmm?r f(
-?--i mee! Mi. Hm rp often nt Ihe 1 lilli AVSSHM Hotel!
?I met lum thora.
y. ?WU ye.u -ay that lt W ii In all twenty times I A.?
ol io often.
ll.?Ten lillies I A. ? No; very seldom.
? /. '.'sn yon say within Rea um-s I a.-No.
(j Hu. many times botwesn Maj I n.i 8 ptembsr
,18x4, did you meei Ar. Molooe- " Hilly ** Moloney
ley call him [laughter]?st tho Firth Avenue llotsll
. I mel bim mero ogee.
ij. Doyooknos who tbe eanvneaen wai ?! A~ ? ,
lie by uni.". Turi' wn- Mi. Powell.
.,. Was be ne,- pm ni charge of eight or nina can
Banora and by you I A.-l pst him la shsrgs of ?cuij
m. i-- - -, i aou'i remember how ussy.
H- Wa. ho in e-hnrgn when ymi met Mr. Melloney nt
h. hotel in Un- evening I A. ? I can't any. I waM uland
ig outside the hotel aad Kr. Molo icy passed by.
.,?. Hui...1 moos t? ?ay thal vin did sot meet If r.
ti. .nev inside the hotel several times 1 A.?I'vo uo
collaetlou of ir.
Mr. < lonklins pal 'I'lost'oni of n Ilk-' purport regtrliug
r. Sharp, Mr epowefland Mr. Dial sh i mpsrstsssd
iit.il. Tho aaawor wsa saab timi." I have no rosstlss*
ou."
i' ?Did Mr. Miarp evi*r St thi Fifth AVSBSS Hot.*, teil
>i thal it luade no difference wbcthei tba Mayor VStosSl
ie franchise or not, a- bc had the Boors ?? flsr-.i" la any
uergeuoy 1 A. (warmly)?I have no recollection of
Dytbiug ot the kind bavins .tit seeai eel.
i; iud yuri .f yoiirown vni iri.eiidoi .tie tu put tbe $.00,
lu In bills In tba veal I A.?lt wm iheroiult of ? cm..
iiitutmii wi,h Mr. Kerr, the tre lasrer.
y lie is nie rectifier ar.ti distiller to whom Mr. sharp
. "! \ V--..
'^ Wben lid rou toke Mw bonds to Preiitis-t fur-ale I
. On Angas!'.'.
'.! Do yon snow how lt bann n-e that tha dato of tim
ny instil of r'.'i;".i.Mr. K irceiire'-peiids willi thu
Bte when you went UiPrestlssI A.?1 cannot tell, I
h. -ur-.
Q? Who west to Prentiss's with youl A. ?Mr. Kerr.
<l Whan ha yon arranged to sell these boada I A.?
few days before at my olBoo. Mr. <.'i.,i*, soi ot tM
? ? bera with Mr. Prentiss,
i).?When wss lt tast the sugg. stloa wu* mads that
p thai in .: -v in currency in rust awi
?ul k?Thc Ham" ti y mat w.bl th ? huiid-i.
I,).?When did you t'irn the cheeki Into currency I a -
be lams day ur Ihe next, Mr. KCrr assisted. I can't
.i . . -ri cashs l "'ii s ni ma I cashs i.
i.e. ubi v.-ver conni np tho money I A. -Certainty,
i'e cou mei it and anew we inui $.'ei>e).ii.'.> in me-a.o
??:... company.
l> In I vnei ni ike a iiio'norinilinii of it I A.?I .lld.
? I ..ui dbl you Bhoo kl I A.? dr. K ir.
Q Ind you over report lo thc Broadway dlrcetsrs
a i - ..i.i.i.ini in tba vanit I A.-I -.jtukft to
me <<( them, I
Q - i. Di 1 yeeii report to tho Hoard I A.?Ko.
i, -Wbsl raathi largest b In the money winch you
it for tbe bondel A.?#10,000,1 t ii ink.
\I ? il MA V I i KU t'r.'H -AKI-.
Mr, I --la. took a-bur: i .rees whIW George If. Altar
" k t - ll ind. Ho || a landy i-e.ii p.oil. neel, ni 1
eil. mas, snd osrrled au ?mbreUa wuh a hugo
.-I ile-. He waa lu buslnesa, bs -aid,
v. i'i iTi I,, t nil i'n md broker. Mo had haas
ie p.-op-r - - I.ii i.r, 1'., 1885, an I ll il etUC
e I lah ts i ? kat capacity.
... tu io i : il ii .e ir I A. Yd.
>? -Whei I A. -Uo January 15, 1 -?*?>.
. . ? lll-r- ! A. -V-s. -lr.
i.. When did you enter tbs sstoMlsbmentl A.?ru
? i i
I you procure the stook from Mr.Jachnel \.
une nf it
N Bl I V -V". -
.. s natl amoanl I A. - tea, ilr.
- i amer a l.ir,'e ila of
louey i sing pat la thats ife I a.- Wo, slr.
i^ At tue -i.m ol bil - I A.- Vu, -ir.
? ? . li .1 n ino, .lal y.i'i i>.iy him
iv money I A.?Yoe, - r.
i^.?You gave a eualtel mortgage, .lid you not 1 A.
u lt a .. for *---*' I A . ss, - r.
ll? low mu li nioner di l you nay I A.?;om
i \ I ee ie urn I ynu of iii I r i -i- . " i niiy ba Ve forget"
?ii, di I I HU - e!>- Ue a ge I ??ii ii w.ie. .a 1 e l.t. I eeu jroO
?v.-i .. tunes to piircboss diaioonds Ibm thai ha, tue
? i.il. wa- in I'" A. ? N'1, -ir.
...I uol -ar, i ... vuii nail bad iii ge) out to get
ith cb.n ged, aud bad io go to tbo Huh Treas
s you cg ld gat lt ch tuged | A ?Nu, - r.
. ll I, a- a i u?'. ??. ? -ni . V\e. - r.
i Uld you ever get a #l,?i00 bill changed! A.?Yoi.
une nine yean mo, wheu I made some badges for thc
' urpa,
-..I know to wb it i ib-r I refer I A.?No.
ii -Do J .ul know Whore I ric s,ncl.ur HoU-e Isl A. ?Al
- , 1 believe.
<j ? Ami w ia it nol a hr, k"- who ltvei ther- to whom
lust von bael to go Ult to L'et ri 110.000 Hill
ni i tbai you ii i'. ?'. so to the s.i.- te, wary to
mired I \ s. - r . ii et as far ,i< I k isa.
i> Du yoa say that a yosr aga lam Ntmamr a iar_e
uol pin. In tbat sofi L-l noter -i.-. it.
(,. li. 1 -?> l, during the mm mer, .<r I i --".. was there
.- .. '.Ail, -un of rn mey I A. ? Not to my
' ee ?, .e-.t.O.
> large amount of bonds 1 A.?No,-lr; I never
\ we're there or 11 -rei lei or saul -?..
it ir '-iieuibiappear thu yon did say to more th as
? ion. pointing ij tbe tafe, tbsl that wa-ibu ?.ifu
mr laming the " boodle,' could you exp.alu ut A.--I
ev.-r s..| rt.
? ? kllng tunk a tot k ss follows:
i.. Hum- luii eeeeii .Mr. J it'liuo recently I A. ?About a
',? lin you know sf any business Mr. sachne hashed
. the ..:-t I we. youri sxcept i euig un Ai-l.-rmaii I A.?
n.i ,except a-a discount broker, Ile badlbestoeft
.1- is loni; a-< I WSS with him. tome WSISSSI
nd mme uni -f.
i... I: i.ui) other Al.lilli.en u-e to CSmS thsisl A.?
"I A.-Al.lorin in Ii.-I.icov.
i,'. Did you ever soo aa j other AUsrsMM there I
Tnewltssss hesitated, end Bnslly Midi "I think 1
u ui Aideriu.in thor hy tho name of Waite
u \ taros man I A. ? SS.
tt. \s .. ii I -.nco i bought ihe- placet
ii What did tha Alder i n do thors I A.?Thar ts_M
ll l : eeu- matter- amt I n-cl lo stand aside an.l ll.toG
?
t^ Did y.ui once go om cu au errand when thc Alder
ni. w.-re lhere I A. Xn. -Ir.
1 . ?? rllOOSSdld not k .cw Mr. Maloney, Mr.-harp ot
lr. Di-lue ke-r. he said.
i... \. nat brought Ab', ruiii'i Waite thor.-I g.?Eb
imo tu sill -tune old geld. I bought a chain of hun. ill
re abo it ten m.nu - s.
t^ Did bo walt fur anybody there 1 A. Ns
? nd., j..ii.eel him I A.-No,alr.
ij Vuu hu\e nut seen him liucc ti talk with lum!
No, ilr.
Thc wi.nc-- Mas t ii ti>.d .mei inparted apparently uu
i flied.
t ., noel lurati askSd the prlTilcge of re.iding BSSSS nd
itionsl precoodlags of tho boort sf directors "f tbs
?ve-ntli Aveiuie Itt.ad, tehiliiig to boUie-r up Mr. PoShSf
i his a, ilimn, nml then ibe bearing was adjourned until
o murro a at 11 a. m.
Sr DDES DI A I ll UFA BHORBR
John C. Palmer, * junior put-tnt-ruf i hp Stock
xahangs tlrm of Uoorgs ll Tulmer ,v Ott, Had -cideteu
ai his home, No. - Ungi Thirty ssuoud st. yt
e- fe I, ui an epileptic ttl iiho.it ll ri. in yeslenla] WhUS
Hiking niling Wall _i li ? wa* cu md rum th., uttlce eif
. I). S .1. li Helene.i, Xn. 31 Wall -t., ami la a -Inut
mc ..pp.ut-nily ie cot. red irom tbaotiseg. HlibrothSC
mk 1.1 in hums Iii a cai na->-, and early Iii Hu- aftel ru mu
nit word to tbs ofliee tbat he had died within kail au
mr sfter reaching tbe boase. Mr Pslmsi wai about
ilrt) teven yearn old, aod had been tu Wall Sired lines
? was a boy. ll. bmves a wife and ass i lu ld, a daughter
joui eleven years old.
POLIORMRB WATTING TO HS ENA MIS ED.
About si\iy policemen wbrb wttt_ag jostBt*
iy Ul the euri ld..r eel im-iny Hall lu front of the loom*
' tba M nulli, ai cn il -service Exsminlog Boord, Tksf
roeived BoliBroUoaa weak or los days ago lo appear
ul bc ei miine.i for promotion. < m t< Doust ul General
a ncock's funeral yeal erdoy all tho deportmouti wire
nsi j .uni me Muiiii ipa!Civil ?? rvico rooms smsag the
,-t. After waiting sevetal nour!, tho di.appointed
tit t-iiicit dlspnrasd
?
BETING OT HIE esl UPSILON i VMOCI i Tiny.
Before tbe dinner of tba l'.-i rjpstkm Alumni
tin- Hotel Bmsswlck on Tnosdaj sva-dsg, .1 ksilassi
eeting will hs held st 6:311, wben matters of mit reit
ul tmpe.Hame' w iii be ill. ir! i'll. CbSSOSey M. De
iw'b usms has bees added to tbs li-t ol diiuuguiiued
cm bc nt wim hsve accepted Isvltatlsos
Worth Knowing.
HAT.
ss it haoaahoM romoetr. torcliltdreo aud adult!,
Ayer., Pill* sro invaluable.
"U AT bieslds, with Ho.dich.'. Bsaksshs. coated
tl A I | I o igue. -I mpt.iius of Ir'ever. sud B CeUBlSBt
letlBg Cf WSSOUSSS, Ajoia PIUS will uftou effect u CUIS
In i, u lu r mmsdhM f^il
. ii s np tbeio rills are siiitsr coite-el. perfectly ssfo m
II il I lake, donni .-i ipe, and csula.u luiu.cr ca.oiuel
ir soy u-'ior elauRerous dra^.
I have u-oi .\yt'r*H ('attiartin Pills hi met imlly for the pas?
nu Bveyesrs. PorslsnmehorllvsrtrsshlSibSrsBj ursa>
,r.l\ 'if Hi- i.ewrli Hid lil BBSS Bf ObUBj tycr't lill* SI*
ie.|iuli<Hl. I euu never wllboul Iheoi.--It'raak MM
outpiUor, Vt.
Ayer's Pills.
Prepsrud br Hr. J. C. Ayer * Co- I-owvU. Mis*

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