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V<* XIV1_N* 14,590.
NEW-YORK, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, I88a
PK ICE THREE CEATS.
THE STUBBORN REGENC
DETERMINED THAT THE SOBRANJE SIIA1
ELEC r A P1USCE.
BULGARIA WILL NOT WAIT OS THE POWrnfl- Tt
KKY MAY 8KM) TRO. M TO KA8TKKN BdUOU
?KU EGYPTIAN QI-KSTION.
[HT CAB1.F. TO TUT THIIU VF.T
Copyright; 1880 ? JVortA American ( SMI Eva* Of
London, Oct. SB.? '/'*<? IhMeJ TeUvraph coi
gp. n lent Ht Violin i to topra ks toni .'lit:
'?Aeon I inc to tins rvcniiw I neus from Sop)
thc Jtiiuanan Uovcrniii' nt have O/Jdressed a B
tn I lie ref***, ntatiM.s of UM Powers inform
Diem that as s.1 us thc Sobran o l>a* e> rr tliroi
tho raoJJmtnary fonnnHtirs whereby it will
JivaHy COtBTtJtUV (1 thc election of a now Pi ii
win be proceeded with. The rumor that t
Simms men of war have arrived at Vania.
Jic\c<l liv thc Bulgarian authorities to be Ol B
?ian origin is oontimdicted. Gadban I'ucha
ewptayinjl great activity. He has nia'lc evi
effort ta Induce the Regency to poet;one tl^ nu
in,- of tht Sobiunie, and bm even hinted thal
ama it did me t the Karte might be obliged to rn
tiix-i* to Eastern Burne ia. to which Mr Stami
low replied, 'You mirari <io that, or wc slwli
oblitr.-.i t-> th lo ,\*ia ?together.' Oadban Vm
afawward mada ? fruit.em attempt to 'b"< 01
M Nocevica. He hm also confound at length w
Genera] Kaulbars, '"it th* pal object of his pr
cn i* at Sophia bm not transpired.
"To-day'i Vtttkmt Uogi announcei that um1
no dmunstances will Austria tolerate a Kuari
oocupati u tl r.u. a ia She will opp m her vi
lo the can lidaej of Prince Ka ageorgevitch or t
i'lin f of Montenegro it pul forward by Rum
Share happens t<> be do question ol occupation I
Un moment, and Russia a nol at ai llkeb
|ropose Pi in oe Nikitio or Prince Katageorwevit
for the Huh lilian throne.
"From inforniatii n which roaches me tod
neither Austria nor Uannany is likely to nip i
um eolle tivc action on the part of Prance R si
uni Turkey in view of rom, ellina Ingtaad
a'mnVn Eirypt Since tie doss* k mtrUrue
Ahy-sinia it has len expected thal Russia won
r\t< n I the Held of ber diplomatic ma' I in it om
Ta v; t. but In that she has n d recel ed ti**- sligl
sat immuuromani fi-om l erlin or Vienna. wn?
lt is apparently thnusrht tiiat Egypt cannot
in better han s Utan it is at present."
FRESH PEALS <?F WAR THUNDER
ROMOBTHA1 TUB C/.\l< HA* OO NIB* TKO TO OCCL'P
BULGARIA.
London*, Oct. 25.?General Kaulbars bl
Informed the JiuUari ia (Jovernmeut by note tb
Russia will resard the proceedings of the aWkraala Bl
android. A dispatch from AlB0*H sac* a rumor ls cn
rent there lb it tho Cz ir hai confuted too'fiipy lil
garka
Vikxna. Oct, 2.1.?The Pol i twit CorrfUpoiuhncr uai r
S*ltre4 a telegram from O les.a which nar* thal tho Ku
Maa Coujui at Varna niwiiiti for tht daapatek or
l.ussian warship to that place to profnt the Consuls!
b' i Rasaiaa lawMaata frew ibo violence or ike aepalaa
Paris., Ok'J"".?Tue rp/.t/-n s?y? lt I* SgpoOISd Mil
M 40tilers. KihsUti Miml-i of Fora) ci affairs, WI
Issue a e.r. .ii ir to the Powers deelarlaa that aotli
measures ?r? neoe>?sar, io IsriulOSlS Hie an archy j?r<
I al lu* in Him; in i on the irrmiud thal lt ia dan ferns* t
tao puss' of IM Balkan Statoe and og"B?lv* lo Rnaati
st Pmasauao, Oct Mk?The i'z<r and ('/arin
yesterday, alt r lbs uuvhimu of tue monument I
in.iiK.rv ol Hie Rasso-TurktaS War, attended a luuc
ItfVeo hy the etttOOfS of t ie anur. i'he i t.ir. propoam
* mast le tn* o Iiiit. "ki I : ?' In >t ri ri kt K io vd.i penn!
nv tn wish you ?uccei? .mt fie full en) >yiu?ni, ot heall
In I Se fm ur*. I til <nk yon fof the h ir ljh n? yon andei
Sroilt in |ho W?r OSIWSOS Itn-iia mil Tui'hev, mil Iel
press l lienc ii..mk* in Ike mime o: hun who ls no l.innv
Siiioutf u<. (lice mole I IksBk VOU."
ORDERED TO APPEAR BEFORE DIAZ
El Paso, lox., Oct. '_Ti I Special).?K <li<i?:itc:
from UaisalBalO to Ihe ll I'u ??> Him* M.ues Ih.i
Ceuerai* Trev no and N.ir ii'.o, tue WSll-sTBOWB "tiller
ineu an<i |i on .i? of the froatt< r 8 aie?, left Mora yesiei
day mb the MoXMOB Otur.il tr.nu tor th?? Cily of Hostel
aeci.inpaiiieii By OeOBl?1 Mild ex-Pre?ii|eiil (imizulrl
(joveruor of the Slate. Trevino and N.iranjo wer? ur
asiMl lo ihe rnpi!ol for an otflclai luiervniw with Preil
rl< ni OisSi roo aoio?? of bot a oooerola Bo va Boos re*
? i t-riiil<- iim-l up with ruiuorit of nvo uuonury pinn
aeolus IBe BSlSllos nanon tl itovermueni. and ll I
limit) Imo* f'>r tue porpnos Ol *rivi;i?{ them n.i opportuillt]
lo -lear their siiri* a ihase suuudaln thal Preaidea
Dial Baa sauaoaod ikeav
BHIPWRE ki:d BAlLOit-i m::i:T COU OfLDER
Chicago, Oct. 25.?A dispatch to Tht Dail\
Ar ".n lion WlBUip?< <i,? i'iiIi i il i*.ii-, of lui
Iimnou b?y Ooaipaay'i ahip U*ea, arrived evarhiDi
yeoiBrdsy frsui liodaoa u*y. il" repori* thai on tin
Vey life iron l/i.i l.ni lo Yofk K.icdory, While OOUbllni
Cope (?iinciiiii, a samssas amie winch iirov? me abi]
On lue rocka, ha I un in < uer tl le lu, ? he ire w ol llnrinei
? id IM poaaOBSOra, Bu laiall \% ul a ni ** a uri anil bli
fa n i J a i 1 t 1 ii; l <r, ?< ?.? ie I i ll i -il ir ? i \ -a '-ty Ul
li,.I.- ti ir w iv tn tors 1'iL'tiry IS lioit^. Tko ere a
tn -,i ? BOIMB ii 'ia il a |OI ??ni,I.in. 4 ra Ol liar .Shi s,
'1 e ah ip and caroi is a lolal luea, Whlio coiuins lom
V n ? Kii'imy |ii< pony not Culoual o.t-r. lureuintaj
wiiu a pariy of voyajioraoii routs lor Hudvin'a Boy.
( IK ADI AMA DETAIN A OLDUCEHTER 8CHOOVR1
Halifax, OcU 2S sprcitii'.?On Munday tht
Clml.e-ler Bl.iu.liel I.,-,/. I U >) Uloll pill Hilo LlVOI
p mi (ur theiler, Ihe Sop alu -a\she lUllueUlwtOly soil
Iw? toro aaBvro to repwrk rkey were lairrcaplod by i
Imai fioin the crosier Terror and orderoS bsei
ti I.eir vessel, wh oh Captain y un icy deiained tm
?iluwlna men logo ashore Solora Bo Teasel en lr rod S
the Custom llOUSO and lol Bul hsvloa eUNsrosea papcis
fri in tua ins, port ll len. lim \e-nei waa re.eaood hy
M:.i.s.er Bowell this altornonu wan a caution.
-^.__
CA&EOt lill. im.iD.1. ADAMS,
Halifax, Oct. 25.?The Canadian Govern
turill Sou i-el eilviaiced lu tho Da Viii J, A .auls cane have
a.', ecu io lao app.uuiBasal ul M'lualuo Mforrou, ol Boa
to.i. bs co BUtiaaiuBOX lu lake the nil le.mo ot tue crew ul
tool I'"' i ..on r i..ii be captain, tl koa io no taken
previews tu Nevetuuer 15.
JUaTIR Mot AKi il V- vu roRV.
LoM>o*bKRKT, I ht. 25.?JuaUco O'Brien.
Who pi esl Iud uva ike sou lea tod eieeituu casi ut J,is nu
Wii.iuiij .uiiin. vlr. L<ewis (or eke asst ia isa Uuusa
af Coiuuuiii iru.u Hus elly, krOtay lonna ly deiiareu
M . 'Icdr'ny e.ec ed le the se.iU Mr. Lewis WM .omi i
lu uy ui lineal proeiieea and ui.i.-ie i to poy Mr. Me
Cai my's Boals
'-a>
FIRS OM i:ih Mi.Adi.it iHt; QUEEN.
Livi ki i"i? < ict. 25. ? Knro broke out to-day
Ol) ino >a'mu il 1-iue steamer lue y 4. un. Captain MlUI
sae. wfctoe arrived at Usia port oo saturday from Msw*
V"i-., au . wawaiSiyiS4 at A.eiaiiilri Dook. F'lauirs
an re ili?eu vored ia taree liolde, j he ure onjriu.iieii iu
lui cm (on oi I Ba ?teorai;e decu in Nu. 2 hui 1. J he *Blu
ST..- III.e,| w,;li wjt,-i a.ul lb,- ll i nos a-'lc elli U(,'UI suea.
U'Ui; daaia/e amounis lo Bkodl i-'0,000.
-? ?
KEW! MOTEk i i;o i LOMOOX,
l.oMins. OeL 25) 1880,
I li BaBTUOTOM.- lxirl BsxtlUKtOU has ac, opted
tko piesi Icu, y ol lue West KcullBUii Cinoral UuiOUISt
Assoc.allon.
1 mk i Km Ti i;s ok Sk vi.-The omfiers of Kilmuir,
l-.r v. ,";me. Bl aced a 'ui i c of jiollce which was assist
lui: lin siirrnl to Blake evictions, aud ihe military had
to nc caned. 11 Was uices-aiy lo cuarne ihe cruller*
W.lu l io hayiii-i ouiure iu?y wera I,-p>s? l. BareiWi
Ol un Ul Wrro Wounded anu six .vere arrusled.
lM, ns iii is u. ( DiVKii.in ?? Di* .\eict to-1 iy bas a
fcuaiuruus laadiua* artic > ou tko report or thu .-videoo*
peo4B sad Belora the Um ted ilale* -ieuato Cu mm ll lae
im luUfUaUoBBl Cepynnkti Tua ankle says tua rejiort
M . Bl A'n-ii,uta nu uor, and is extreiiieiv imerestiu^
to*i! cn,corned lu tuross, hui nial - novoud lus haru
Jessulversi m us paitns may alturd, luo Luaiiau paunia
areuo, uBeiy io gel sjaoa ^i,,,! ?.u of u ?, ,,1Ml.?i.''
Mk Ulai.s-i.isk am. thk WA-n?-vtr. Oiadstone ta'
asraehiilrosB Haw?rasa rosaraios lae report that ha
Wa. a toona.! ami badly aluna ny wasps which ua had
0.-tu.lN,d 'ellsroUioooirM. lhaia *;.p uiaraiy etun*
I..,....., .be eyelid aud loot lie eouout eeo out of cue eye
lit cause of Ihe swe.ll, :*. oc/o
LrKJ'Kxa Vt SIK ClIAKl.KS DllKK.-//,, rtrni,*, \ ,^,
fillolUBee tba Holes wnicli hu CUarle* lulu,. t[ter nu
riai in uouueclloii willi me Crawford case, hoaOa i lo a
C' in i litre lui med foi the purpose nf in.kitw Inuuirlas
liiiu ihe merits of Ihe cate. ena comumiae is uuw al
work upon tts iBVoellsstloa, sad air Ckarloa l>?ko kss
Saut to ll uow evidence which he has reooutiy uhialued
tUCi 'Ki /'/.viv io a itOMKDOIL
PlTTsBUaa, Ucl. 25 (Uptaalj.?JnuitA H.
Kelly, BAW iwauiy, a drautfbls.'oau m tba BOBBtvf of the
fen us) iran ia .Natural Obj I ouipuuy, will ur. e.tie; ha
?BOWS as ihe Daks ul (raacoune. Two weeksa^o Ml. Kally
receive,! a ieiirr lufuruiliiK bim of the death uf bia uncle,
Alkort McMahon, fine Ji'U.iscuuue, upou bia estate lb
Dir Uciuiau province of Lurralue, which Include* 2.000
Seres. Mr. Kelly inherit* bulb tilla aud laud*. Jua
yum.,. Duke doa* nol knuw whether hn wi'l ro*i*u bl*
position a* ur m.'',ls.nan ,u nut, but Will aiajiatcb a
Cou*iu, tu^ene Kelly, uf Pim* lelphio, to tarrialue lc
SiiprriiiiBiid" the estate. Tba li.ikn this afternoon said:
"J be sataoS la wonh prohahy leXMNNJ frauo*. il ls aol
Old, hut wa*Ki?eii hy Napoleon Houaparla to uiy Krand
uucia. Alban Menah.ni, aa* or hi* *uidi3r*. Ibo Piov
lina er Lairraino passel ?ft#rwaid lula tua liarmou
pawer, hui th* astute was not uuuttaaalel. My maud
Umle ii,ea d, 187y, i av u< tb* calala and ut a lo bi*
oou Ai> 1 iu. ju died un tba lem ef iaat July, bequeath
.r | lng tba estate to me. The search instituted ror ma wa
L. not successful until two weeks am. The oounartlo
between mr mother's family and the McMahon faur:
beean with tba marriage or Miss Kearns (uer first nam
Lt I forget) to the first Albert McMahon."
The Duke'* father I* manager of Brown'* iron milla 1
tin* city.
JU 1LROAD 1ATBBA SI 8.
THE CLAIMS ON READING.
A FCRTHKlt BBABIBtJ BKKORK THK IIXAMINKRS 1
PIllf.AlrKI.PIII A.
Piiii.AHKi.PHiA, Oct. 25 (Snrcia!).?Addition
ni testimony was taken tn Jay ay Masters Dsllas an
Pollock in fha Konirmon foreclosure suit agates! Peed
lng. The first witness was Ki.inri A. len ls. Jr.
representing Kdwin Parsons, of New York, an Inter
vening plilntlfj. lleoflerod in evidence tue tf*tlmnn
taken in t e lowing debate matter last larine rel itive ti
eer'aln general inortiraaro scrip winch lm* lost Its lien
"We elaini In Hits particular," Mr. LewtS said, "tba
si I the scrip not sitssdod by hold*** bm purchase* ti
C. ami IT. Pone nu I Ly them SXtSBdsd BM (oat Pe lieu
?nJ ls merely a common akllgatloa of fie cunipany.'
Mr. Laraia addeitimt he dill not propose taattaek tii
rf 1 IT.ooo or tins scrip that has passed lats the han ts S
Unas Bdopmrtsstiri. sad that the amount ortho nei
winch bo aaatssta bj BS33,000.
John C. Ji.liiison, rapiosantlng thc holdeis nf abo*
anooyOoOof asasral Btortawara hoads issued labssqaaa
tot.'ip dat" Of IkSlllCIMBS BMBTWCSIW claimed that thesi
un- entitled to rank willi other bonds Issued un .er;!?
general inortcage. As tko representative of tfcs iroateei
of tho Irat ernies 5 per eent eaasolldsied svortgage aod
osrtoja Bataan of ti.esu bawds, ho sail thar thal
uxortgagc is a lien prior io that of the gower d mortgage
ni un the lenses of tho North Penusylvaols and Boaa?t
Brook railroads, sad all tko estaU of tho Raadlag con:
pany therein, with all Its BXIOUetOBS, hr inches, lidlngl
un I Otasr pr pelly helOBRlBS IO tim lidding and idei! HI
oj Katina the i.r.l le.ie.l roods.
Mr. Johiiera at the suggestion of William Q. Ken:''li!
s*oiloseveraladditWBBl elana*. Mr. Kemhle wan e 11
know w 1,0 o vned 'hat little ro id In New-Jorsov?*? IB?
Atlantic City toa i I " Mr. Jouneon BSSOrS 1 hun that thc
general Biorigags bolder* did not ri mu teat.
Mr. Asluir-t on behalf of the nicoifco D)"!tgAga bond
ho.(Iris put ill a furtner dann (nut hm clients' Mon :s
" mound only to tue general iDOrtSSSO ea all property of
all kinds In. lu 'e I and i Ol ere I by the lien ot the weber >l
mortgage towbatevar extoattbe DaS'arsasay givwtc
that ,Ire and a lien prior to the general mortgage or
oth.r ayortaaawaw the imnenf tue piokauas Valley RtiL
roiio, tin- pull iiieiphla and Chester Valley lira .eli Rill
road, tue Heading and lehigh RaMrOitO, tue never il
y I rtcain colliers mil other veeaela Bnnmarsted lu the
| income mortgage or Daasaabec 1. I87S "
Mr. Johasou auhmltted n number a docitncu's ln
elodlnc I a losses of etker railroad eora p;?o les. Coona*
for the Beading made a iteuer.il objsetloil Iii their
admission, and rending i gumnut tue bsarlng is us
adjourned until next .Monday.
WHY TIM; RECEIVEUS WERE APPOINTED.
A STATBUKNT I'tloM MIK DIBBCToRI Of IBB BBW
Jl'PS: Y CI si KAU
President Lille, of tho Central Railroad Of
New-Jersey, yesterday Ksiiod the following statemeut
to the stockholder* and bondholiiers :
The director* deem it proper to Mate tko circnmstancea
wi.1. li hui.- oil to the appointment ol M ssi* John H Ken
ne iy .iml Joseph h, Barriaaa receiver! si ibi*company, by
liaraioniooa ?. lion mi the part ni the iruateea of the sdjuav
ii,nm mortgage aadol lin Boai lol Dlrertora
Internal on tba different urariaraajeaul the company hn*
bren In arrear aval luaca the Philadelphia and Brading Ball
rmi Company talleri lo piy the stipu.it.il it t mulei the
li-ne Kniei i..sine anil wa> commenced, and appiiralion for
tlo appotalaaanl ni receivers matta b? Ibo triialeea of the al
ju-inieiit mortgage on rebrnery U. lvsc. Th* directors
w. ie hopeful that ihe dlflieultlaeaf Ibo company, reauiting
fioni Uteineolvi ney o' tba Phil ylelnhiaand Beadl ia Railroad
t'om pan v. might lie lided m-r witnaul receivership or lura
cl.num. Ttiey tberelorafi que* tad postuooeuienl ol ai non un
the part 01 the bondholders, an.) nrgr-d a Jo.nt effort ea the
p r, o: bulb bondholder* and aturkholder* to thi*.L Their
reijuest waa complied with, ann Messrs. John h Kennedy,
Jame* A Kotsujvoll sui George G. Wtilbvm* wera elected
niambar* ot ihe board.
A (um!.,itt.-, 01 the Board waa anbeeqa ntli ippnlnted to
iniike a caromi examination Into Uie affairs ot Hie company
Mid lu I ike sm ii niaaaumaaa they lulgbl Urn.spodloul lol
Ita wallara, nus roiiiioltloc unanimously i.,,ut .1 in iav.ir
ot reorganisation with an Intermr tate reoalvershlp. an I rec
oin neuilnd hanuoBloiis action betweeu 1 h<- dil clor* mut
th'' tl llstees ,,1 ll,,, a.llllitillellt IIIOIUUL'e I li s.-oltl Un: t .?? ap
poliitieenl of receivers anil Q devising ami carry Inn Into eve
cution .1 ii in ni reorgan tal un. A ...pi ol th.pori ii
,ip|ieinle.l lo thi* -a'... mi.. This r?|Mirt waa adopted bi Ihe
Iii ut d. and p n> i.ii 11 i,, ,i? !.?? mu ni ml.ii oiiv Mesara Johu M
Kennedy and Joseph >. Hans wine r.- j n. -t- ?! lo actas re.
. in tic- Ix iel ih ii i .. i appointment an il all il i
satisiacton ituaranlea in hutu sioi-kholders uni mohI
thal Lu- affairs ol Hie i nm pa uv would be adm n - c >l tn iii
best advantage. The liuard hupea, al an cai . u.it. . willi the
i .1 ii, ..I.ni,,ii nf the ti ii-ie, ?an I red ... i -. lo | : ? ???? ni a plan ...
resaVawzal un ? nota w ni involve Hr-- leaal p >?a hie iel tin
on Um pan ??,' stockhuliicrs ami latndhodais.tlsWnt with
r, o cam ? t un mi .. ii mi ol per n inent pr. ip i ity.
u> m.|, r oi iii" m. nu ..' luie tm i.
A|ip< u>ln<t lo Hi" slaiaBSQIII are repnris of the special
c.ii.iee appomuki oi Hay SB, I ?90, sad tbs order
?ppolutlBg lb': receivers.
MtSCELLANKOUfl RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE,
PlTTMRCRO, Oct. L'."i >,/'' I . ? Ralph
\'i,t a ey, w H.se boeini-s ot Roath Peunsyivaui
?lock, an minting lo til.200,000, aro only ex
iee ie I by Ile.so ol W. K. Voiidarbilt ant Dr.
ilosteiter. is ons of tlie principal proprloturi oi
lu thronicU I tlegraph. Thal ]our al Hus evanlea
aaya: "li ia ?tai<o ua ibe beal auiburliy thal nuder
agreeiueu s uow in exiaiauce s malority of ibe s'uck ia
> ni li Pen nay I vania will bs eoutroiimiattna nazi tueeilog
h, iboee ,. io wlah for Sb early eowplotloo ol ihe mau
.md abo will so v.do. lue same BUlborilV
Sl.iteS I Bal tho tell J'lllslllir.'ers Will (un
ii il gTi.&OO.OOO of thi .i-l "i.O'io.o ki ot
? i ck ali aajrae now as to the iiivisahiliiy of rOBapleiing
e inad. lu anti linn lhere ia sall lo bo at li asl
$5,00.1.1100 11 iw 1 alv lo ku ane.,1."
( m.i ai.. 1, < let, 25.? rue members or tbs Cblesgo 1. leal
Paawiuaai Committee of Eastbound Iliads mal to-day,
ali of lbs linea beingreprosBBlsvl asoept ilia Baltimore
nod Ob ia A resolution wa* pmaed thal all Eaatboosd
iliiuu, n:.s .1,noil 1 a! once ne les me I lu t.nlrt; tua!
nu cumuli,muiih Mimili ha paid lu CblCAgo, nor tickets
-nil nt leis tn .11 me sa rood land. ta*
resoiDiluw aumorlse.i the eommlaaloiier tu '.uv up al
lick. .S lound in OUUlde OMI. es. (lie ri els a-'leelni! lu
rodi e:n tutah Ita own issue al tariff rates, A toleerani
?ra* Mut to ihe general nasaaogoi agon ol Ik" Un nuore
?ad Ohio askiagll bo would acrsa io 11ns p og ran ne
ll ne a. 11 we is 11 ui? a Hi rm a I V.? I ie tl.'nt w mci li i - lie -u
? 1 un l..r a in ? .t.. Ire Waatl his line .md the Peoiiavl.
Vania 011 Hall, un e, BSSHIBglOU BOd Plnladolpula liusi
l|e?.i Will Stop.
1 Uh I Jj;': /,',.' 0 .'/'.
A FA RM I OUpEANDOI TBUILDINU9 DESTROY] 1'
Piree have bean horning tor tome tiara ia
the big swamp Bl lue Head ul lue I'letgh, ue.ir PlUsbing.
UaSaiarJay aveulng the Bro, fas nod by Uta tl rung
north Wind, spies | to Suma brush un Hie tarin of Danial
Harry, Betting lire t ? ms ouih m Hags ti 1 hu is . .1.1 ur
WblOll were c u miuieU, a boree and cw |. riahing in
tue llamei. Al he Hue ot th" Ore Mrs. IV, 1 y, who I- an
Invalid, wai at iioin alone uni linallie m mora from her
le il. When re?ciii..| lu her 11 ig.iimi 1 tba ... itu lu ah ? .
sue waa lyiug was in 11 ones, i m. lui* un baildiuga
?:o( k and Ii ronnie ls 11, uri) s-J.o.io.
TWO RAILROAD CA KU BURXED,
The people ot Nyack werri awakened at ''
a. a*, yeairriay by luce.neuve wbleila* ma tire belie.
Tbs Uro was at tbs railroad st ii 1,1 wners two nsw pa*
mu gi i cars, |ii?i 11 nlined for ibo last expro** I rai 1 of Ibe
Nortbero Railroad .1 New-Jeraay, wera burning, hm
cu aaavaiBastai glO.OOtlaad Ibo 0 bar at rs,ono. j,,,.
Iir. is probably *>lr),OOU, sa little tiesi les ma iruoki ?>
Ibo burnal cars ran ba ulllizad. Tue lue wa- uni ubi'
ediy tue work ol incendiaries,
?? ?
1.1'. RT FAMILrEa MKAULT .-ITi-dCt ri: I).
A tc,ic.ip in boase, No. 132 Vaa Dyke-st.,
Bruoklys, eouiaiBing eight famjiloa, ineiading Of ty 1 ur
Hons, eaugu dre yesterday 'liomin.;. AllboBfD li Inlet
a ul nearly sud IS IIS I hy the ? nuke, all lbs dweller*
pecan**!, Ike lose un ina bunding wai g2,0 0, 1 1 1
lenants los: shoal 91,000.
JIM li i: TO AS OLD BUB D SOLDI tK.
Sr. JoHMSBCiir, Vt., Uot,. 25.?Frederick
lo-.m. af tins plaew, tia? roaelved psasios an 1 back pay
SBMWallaM to over StO.000, aud $7J a tu nun durini; his
life. Ile Balloted in ihe lim Vermont RafflmOBt
and lost bis eyenKht Irmn r nen ma ti* ni eon treated wm io
lu (be army. After leaving the army he weal to Mool
leal, wtiara be was a Bosasad in-nsai tor tuveral yuars.
1 - ? . *>
MVBTBJUMQ TKSTIMO&t 1\ THE MOMO AW 0A MB,
Cincinnati, Oct. 25.?George, I'. Hieter, ex
eierk sf the Hoard of Public Works, wa* hound over to
Um Onad Jury to-day lu tba sum tn M ."..n rn 1'hlsafler
Unou he Kava nome startlliw leslliuuiiy al lha examlna
tiun of Jun-s Morgaa, of the I: ur 1 of Publio Adair*,
WU. 1 I* BksrgWd with certifying to fraud il-nt Vo.irliers.
He laid ll* gol Ills nephew Josepn i'ater* lo persouatu
Jus> pu Mayan Jr ' ??., and draw tba uiuney 011 fal** bill*,
lh.it Pater* gav* Ike money to him, aud a ? oa:d three
tl iib* of 11 to James Morgan.
o
AW "IDMAL" 0OM0MMT IM WOMOMSftM,
VtomOMMTWM, Oct. 2:> {Sp>:ci(il).?T\w timi con
eert lu tba Ideal Course wa* giveu at Mechanic*' Hall
11. * hui nu. ina Ball wa* Ulled willi a* big an audi
en"- a* 1* often cree In festival week. Mi**
Corunna Van Zanton, tba Dutch oaiuralio, made ber first
appaaraase ta thlsrouutry, sincin ? an aria from Hali?
de, ? ? BobmUi " and m <(i aria from Kiuok'* " Orpueu*."
1 be olh.r vocalists were Ml** tuim* Juyh, Cuarle* Jia?
aatiaud ni.liam Ludwig.
TMLMQJtj 1-mc NOTES.
CNVEILINQ a hTATUE OF BOBfl LER
l'lm.Ai.riiiiu Ool U (a>??iali.~TkS colossal luouuium.t
lnlho|Hiot >? hil,in in Ka.iiuounl Park wa* unveiled luis af
leriioon ni lh*|.|c?,-iu ? .,! *? ,H11?,li0 ,,,?*,|. Alj nin ,,rr
man Miming snciollos iii lheUly oaf Impaled ihe unvailing
?? precoged niau ad.:ini,s by uodfray Keibler. (isuorJ
John F. liallior lilied Bal Veil Iioin th* *lalua aiuldal un>.
lu..gert limers An diatiui, rs* mea* by blain..1 Aiioniur
(i*orgc B, tlrabam
KKCKiVIMi Hil. I AltllAUlT atlOAJ*
rout, ucl ?5 (t//?viuli
I a cnn.1,. nine eiain
a can A. J. bliiiwi, of lim 1
A Kiiei* ol tko waBUBgssh
thu farragut medal, kline*]
LEXRY GEORGI'S VIGOROUS CANVASS.
COLCMIIIA OOIXaOfl At.CMM HOLD A MRKTINU
CHICK KKINU HALI.?THKPAHAPK.
Jloiiry QeOTge did nnothor l>ijbt niirht'a wot
teat night Ha ?tarted out nt 9 p. m.. and went to fo
corilla Hall. No. '.'S Avenue A, where he ?pone io t
campaign club of the Xth Asscnii ly Disriet. Tbs b
hall w.M crowded with sn enthusiastic audience. M
irenrKe said lil part : "This ls the liegltiiilng ol tho ei
Of Industrial slavery. The workman have naen to'd
go to the polls to right their wrongs, gai now they a
doing lt. The politicians hud netter not attempt to bi
mies this tune. Ii they do they i-t md a good sfeaaes
fBtef to Bte* Stag. I Intend to cast a vota for Hen
Oootgaoa glsotlns Day, lad teaetbm aa will ?oraas tl
hui Bastes ort of the old Democratic a hip."
Mr. QfOffStkefl went to the Battery, wliero lie mai
MatUres* to aarawrd ofafcoat8,000Brat Warders,
man nained Patrick ntsgarald tiled to croate a dis'itr
ance by IbOOtlag for Atu.iin f*. Hewitt. Lilt he wi
rjiiirkly suppressed. An BlSBtOd train took Mr. OSSVaVS
No. 867 West lin: ty-fuurtli-s;., wuaro he made annthi
short -peech, mid Ikea Started for Twenty-elghth-sU ar
Bovantb-ava., whora bs sgaia i .oks.
Efts last .1 peech for Me night waa at Cklefesrlag rrai
wlicic a in- cling of tho Oolasjbta OsUagS Alumni Hem
Ui'orge Cape iga null wasfwtagOB. Profssfof Daalsl I
i.e.ui i milled. An invitation wassxteadsd ta frleiu
of any of the other caii.lid.iiei to take patt In the deb itt
Dr. Alfred Russell Wallace.prursl lent ot the BBfUsI l*H
Rationalisation Aseodatloa, had lust ba'lin to Iread
wrilt n -.peech winn J ur. (,iorgo came m. Dr. Wall '
sal J i luit ti.e workmen acre making a falsa sturt an
were tailing Into ii carefully pren.rei Rapwhllsaa ir>|
Mr. ii o; go mn veted li in linell.. [ i .? ?., in I nat Abra.
S. Hewitt "Hick " Croker Tatty " Walsh -Pat " Invvi
ard nil the rest of the old Dem .eratic parc thought
w sa 'al-o -tar. "he roil ssite." said Mr. OB"Vg<
"has h. eu okseored by tbs cry about, saving ?octet)
win tb ? is ruined in order to keep a gang of thieve- i
their pince.*. No wonder ihev think Wurgtaon have iii id
a lalse start W.iat BS tight against ls limply selttsl
si lucked by Ignorance. We aro going tosoresd th
light."
Thomas C. Bi BffelOSiM was called on for a speech
and praised Irviug Haifa heany auppor. or Mr
Heorge.
There was little new a' headquarters rester tu
Babaerlpt.s arc coming In fainy. abd tin il piepara
llois w.re made for the struggle wulch aids in a week
Irving Hall will h lld a ratlfl ? clou inisatlne to-night, ai
which Mr. Oenrge will formally acrept the nomination
\ mass inentlug will also he held lu Cooper t'uluii, au.
Mr. (leor.'e will uiak? a speed).
William McCabe went to Polios Ifanilqiiarrars raster
day an I procure I a per nil f.r ip irada .if iOO.tXHl uiem
her* of the Central Labor Colon In this oitv oi
Bao'davBlarkt Re said tko lie* of ?srek wwaK ka ai
he It .wery and Foin th-av ?., from Great Jones-*!, li
Fourieetitn-st., to Urn i I wac, (o Hevcuteauth-st., ti
Fourth-*va., to Fourieatit'i-it.. to Avenue A, to fouip
km* Square.
INDI l'l.NDKNT DEMOCRATS FOB MCCORMICK.
A muns inrrrting of Um Citizens' [ndepeadent
Dctuocratlo Club of Kichmond Couiity was Held la*
? Vening at mapleton, ft. I. Tue mrating Indorsed ex
Hoveruor li. c. Motor nick, or tineen* County
for Congress, and Julia Docker, ol
Northfield, f, r niemiier of Aisemlilr. Tba meetlri
wa* called to order ny Alderman Thomas Prawn, tba
president, sod apseehsa were ma le tiy Mr. Brows, Mr.
Herker. Mr. Oates, Mr. Sullivan. Mr. Willies*, Mr.
luiker, Mr. Scott, Mr. SeblBdler, Mr. McDermotl auO
( niel's. Tusra was great enthusiasm.
NOMINATIONS IN ANO ABOTT THIS CITY.
Asictnhy- VI th District, W. M. MeKSBBS ll.H.); IXtk,
Jul.n W. fa.dhus ri', .p.) Xth. OBSlieS A. Hilder i Kip.) ;
gi th, poi.nt iiai Hamiltoa iBsp.); Xl irk, si Henalsv t. B,
OlbbafBep): \ VI Uh. llu'ianl A. Mc Leas (Bop.); X'Xth,
Jua. 1. KlsChei lie;,, i \\l\Ui. C li liaise CT. II. ami
I ii.i. John li. -n.iv |C D, .
A . ni. u lld district, Harris Cohen (Pap 1; IXtb, Will?
iam .Mu I. n. lr.. (Hep); xiiii. Janie* T. v.m lU'i
(Itt-p.); XVlltb, K, N. Min..in.ni (Kepi. Wm. Michael
. ill'ip.i; XXIVth, Charlo* Joue* (1 ll. aud I. H>:
Jam. - J. MOOD ?
A ' on . eil n.I I rv in-.' Hall supporter* wa* heel inst nlrb!
st No, 4o.: iii,-, nwirti it , and rr solution* war* pasae i .. rei m.:
the nomination tor Cungrcaa In the \ Uh District lo Nicholii
Muller
Thefo lowing AxaembM nomination* were mids In Brook
lyn mt evening ll Id Uatrlc;, Wyckof] ^ [awivnoi
Peter K V. i :iiiii (Hem. I l\fi Instrlrh, r.enrj K Hag
\ Uh lil met, ri nm n Y Parrall, i l>am
laai ihraa ire rs imulnaW I nj the Ucueral Committee at I ??
i mri pillion* eoul IO " , ni nominee*.
fha p.:-. m.ii n ii i" ?'i ii ..ii ; tate' rn -ii-ii-i ? - i laroo*
H II i . ii the Nilli I ii", l.u :. al ? v ? u.ii ;. im le.lgrea*
iii ihe I I ld Hi-'iii ' tooppon* -. V. W te
The Assembly noni nation* lo Hud?oni ler* v.
wen I -: !?-:?? n iii lotui Kamiwy (I te p. I; lld, Pldiip lu
mult; In Ml. bael P. Pi ali v lei IX n. . Il ld I
I ? ll 1 Moos lieu.. Villi matriel Kui,.it.S Hu.ls|o-Ui
i lu in. . I N l i I ilin .. W ll. I..'UL
in,- Keelo.m.,i i ininti- Republican* bald hm eiiiiin.ui
tie Clive lion at .Nour | ,ly Mill IMHO mil. ,1 a lull H,,.|
? I. kl as (Hilo 11 SssouiiilT Mii|i-riisor Henry
i: s ...in, or Myack?Co iniy clerk
ll. iliac id lUmaiio superintendent of I'lMir
II : un Haheock, of H.iwlill.iw. (ulolo r
. P. Appleton, of Hew ('tty; .1 u-r.t Ralstons. A '>
linjiait, ol Ci..il lt ?-? r I!.vent iou wa* presided uer
inf. 11. Ho,.p. 1. ..f it.nu;... 1 veteran u tue ..'ne. and
?,is addressed by Uuae* L?, Ktevera. Luogrcasionai iamli
'bus. "
urn r ri;a \i OMOW ED IX nu: UUDSOW.
A >inl drowning accid ml occurred on Sun
say a.ku no0,1 oil Honk MoUBlam, Tinier Nv*, k.
loroner.l nee Wi An-i. of Rockland Laka, omi
several mea were reatarday draggiag tba Hudson fur the
im ne- ol the two w!i-k'o a n yenna Cullins, Dsntel and
L Duany, brother*, ol Rockland Lake, Hamel Daaaj
was Uni ly ye.,1, old au I lil. urn' 1 -r , Bitty ? IV Ml. TaWlf
father Bama to ibis o-m tv after th* Uahaa revolution,
,ii I Hill dr : wsa r. venue I rn ul Hie Spanish (lu Ve ru men t.
on --uiiday wuruma: tue tw ? men, aooompsolsd by a
cullin Irun Albany. Sallied ? p*lrOf light canvas canoe*
Hom Rockland I. ik ? lo i-i , 11 . ii 1 1 au I rowed io Ny mg
In lin nil. rnooii il,ey ilario,! to return. 'Ina bremer*
Wi 1 ?? ni ulie r noe .1 I lie ir .Oil-Ill lu lue Oiker. Win n
(nev wre oil II . .k MoUII I 1. iV MimyC ri. w I
? WBIIipSd. lu, ; wireexiierl a a lui uiei'i. The'r C0II1IU
iinrieii 10 ti,, ir aaaiataurs ant threw tuan a raps.
Both men grasped a ll, alni then went down. They
?Int nol le-ipic.i Then 1 o ism bron thi thc new* io
I: 1 ki in . I. ike, Ino 11 1.1.11 s lived With iln-ir nunnet,
I Wu sister* and a younger brm ber. Danial Denny Bad
.n :..r suma Hine vi.p<eal lani of il.a K.ioklan.l
County Tai niels' i lillian I ins 1 flirt* conti (billed mu.-ii
tn ina -ne-oss of ita big ..nun 1. p cine, lt was be who
.i.tr "Ince I tba aanoa 1 ic a. a siicce-a!ul feature of ike
too.r nil ne last manar, lc ls -all thal tim cousin
wno w.mossed Iho a. 1 1 tent ran give ho reason fur tho
eal is' repfce
BLOWIMM 1 I' A PHTMlOtAN'B HOVMM.
Bostom, Ocl 25 Sp, ru '. The office ol' Dr.
C c. 11 .ii, ol Monson, M ?., un August 7 w is mown up.
li.??!.iv mo porpatratora of the crime, Alnart ^ears and
to.ny Moor , wrra Ind gad lu j ,il 11: Hanger. Moore,
Who HVeS .J Monson, lor v-irs lias boea a lioj'ior-aaller.
I. ii ly in Aiu'isl a chi! I wa' iak-11 (irk and ai loaded by
in-. Han. Tbs latter was ci,ed io Bootoo and ba loft
Ike child In tho earo ol Dr. Pay. A Is w days after ward
it die.i. Moora sall if Hali ba 1 remalnsj wltk tko chut
II w .Hld have lived. He determined 01 raVSBgS, .'iud
wein to Beats io hue him lu iieatroi Hall's propoiiy.
.?sears a^reoil lo du lt lur >."?. Twa minus later eeara
Wein tu M..ure's boilae, Wiiere ll- found a tWO-galloB Bea
11 I of powder. P'tft\- eel offuae Waa coiled around nie
00 of me ke^. Ai iniliii.'iit .-e irs wein tour. Hall'*
albee aud onecod tb* dour wita a uar Bttoal ibo Bight
In-fure by Moora, Ile dapo.ltod lbs keg within, light.-.I
inetu-r- ind dey incl. A ina iii.ineuii later Ibero wai
:< mu . enplo.i 11. winch deal 1 ni .-d Hie nih, a ami roused
in- town, -huiiiy aller, lui mr belonging ta Moule,
wa- sc./ed by Deputy Dbe ill vuna, wits 1 law dayi later
received a letter Ibmaien'Bg hat if ihe liquor was SOI
returned, hi* hnuaa w mi (hire the ssmo fate as It.
Hall's ulll,?.?. Tn s led tillie renal nf the, iso men,
when Sears COO ea?eil. Monro is also BksrgWil With put?
in k' poison In a In is whicn li - sol ,10 a u, m. .-overal
mill ling* nave I iee ii Blown up lu 1 hu tu wu .iud ll I* nuw
I .0 itiH ibal Munro was m.- emu 11 ti.
DISCUMM1W0 HH.KSAIIOSAL PMMJCBISQ.
Philadelphia, "ci. ?_'") [Special).?The Bap
l.at iiiiinaiers hell a sp.rilu 1 ineoiiiiK tu-Jav. tho lopto
lor dlssuaalsa being "l.s s.-naai onal Preaching I'roilt
nh 1 -/" Tba Rev, B, M. Lutaarasnl: "'if cuuraa **nsa
donal preaeblag ls profliabio. Tks sbhwtioa toasrallv
(one* fruin th.ne Wno are nut gift*.I to ailraet atten
11011." The discussion WasslSSSd hythe Kev. Dr. l'eddia,
ohu *ald: MWa h id netiar preach to sunill e. ngraifa
ll.uis Ibao re?ort lo rooUBlObaBl maihnla I believe the
?aiiseoi Curial would im betir-r *orved If wo did not
idv ertlsS un -.1 i 11 . ,, ? suli|acl* fur sor.iiuni."
t/; JU WM nih PMoPMMTJOWA cossvi.
El. Paid, Tex., <?ct. '2T> iSprciuh.?The Col
ector sf ( usionis baa s*iia.| iifty head of callie beluti*"
11. BssOkar, the MsStSBS Consul here, for evading p*y
nent Bf dui.es. Ksoubar claim* thal the oaitle bare
lever been In Mexico, and the Cul,actor *uys that they
vere?ei/ad on lufm (nation given by three persou*. ona
if whom is me manager or fc.seohai'* ranch. i;*nnbar 1*
he man who boasted I bal M-i.co would not *urreuder
;uaiug Until hi* full science expired.
-? .*>
7 ffl nu in XALLI'MBMMT FOROKRY.
COLUMaua, Od. 30 1,special).?The testimony
o-day iii ibo tal.i-ttinai fir<iry ouly prjve* in daisi I
(hat baa bean BilagWd against, tua eouipirator*. Kl mar
hom ts, a life ouiif 1 1, lasildnj to overbearing the con
ersallun batwasii una of th* ac* i.nd an I Prancti woco
ha forgery wa* >r lerad lo oa don*. Tuoio ts lia Pr m
i* al work, consulted with him ai to the bett way io do
1, and was thoroughly ooguizaai of ev.Tr dulan avon io
ha i.lfciilifl allua of ttin ?heat. This (asliuiuuy Will he
irilewed by lha eonfesaiou o( Kraual* bliasalf.
MLOWJWO ll'a JML wira OTWAMITB.
Indianapolis, OcL '25 \Special*.?An attempt
raa mada 1* biuw up lha Madison Cornily Jail last
U-nt. A el.arga of dynamii* waa pl n td lu tba flue
1 tba uortheatl part of tba li ni liol br ??>?*? af me
r.sui.eil. The explosion dasiroyad a part ut Ibo walk
9 OW MM OOM DM MM MK. LAOOMBM,
kntn Ps!tnn Hirama. Annie* Holm**, h'llaa tl. iiuruz.
Basti frjTBt sal ifafarla Iras/, rf tnt latasay nuiirage Oaav
lillee, hata addrtuiaed ail np?li letlnr to (erpolslmu Couusai
acoiuiin. raiiileiuniiig Ina aol,nu Ul lUStrutUng uupeclors Ul
ttua* W allow au.ncii to ragutor.
ROOSEVELT BOUND TO WIN
THE MOVEMKNT A MONO DRY-GOODS MEI
AN F.NTHC8IASTI,: MF.PTIN'G?MKhSRI ROOSEVKL
BMRfl. PLtTMwSB AND HOOT spc.AK.
Thc enthusiasm over Mr. KonseveU's candidacy
tho dry-goods district, which has been growing at a
aatoaiaatag pare ever since hi* nomination, culminate
in a rousing muae-inoetiiig vesterday afternoon. It wi
such a m..-r Bg aa one is likely to seo in a President!:
campaign, bat seldom la a municipal contest Tl
afton'ance was large, nearly every prominent dr
( gooda man in that part of thc city being present, an
e j the interest WWS BaBBBBasa, The meeting wes held I
1 the store at Clnircli and Leonard tts, recently vacate
bv John K. I'linniner A- Co., which has now bec
taned into ibo Bofmbliaaa liasanaeiian tor tins iii.
Irtsi lt is e-'ii.i it. il il, it the room will hold a thoi
sand people ,lnd jt waH crowded to its utmost Capitcitl
Mr. Kon-ev! lt arrived some tina belora the tncctin
o])ened. |[,. |jil(| a enjj,,! reception mid waa (insure
al lea* live hundred Innes that BS would ccrtainl
auiceed Mil v.ir Crace.
Hint it a,ut a gathering ot representative dry-good
men tho billowing list, embracing a lew ol thoa
present, will ahow i
John nulli,, of H. R. ('lattin A Co; Cornelius N. Bliss, r
B.i-. I?? iv.,,, ,v (-??.. u' 1. MtroBg, nf W. I., strong A Co.
f. u. J " launs of ll. Il Ctaltln .v Co; ll. W. T. Mali, o
JJ. W. I. M;,u ,v i ? . ,- |( Mitchell, of Morris .t Mitchell
william K. webb, Charlo* H. Webb and m C D Borden, a
Dunham. Hinkley ,t Co.. J. Weller, or I'.'tlt, Weller .? Ca
A- ?. J nlll lani of A. I). Juilliaid.v ( o.. S. W. K../, of Wen
dell, lay ,v PB ; 8, W. 'oe. of W. I,. Miuug.t Co.; S. M. Mil
like,,. ?t Deering Milliken .v Co . J. A. I.ano. nf Allen, lani
A. ( o.; ii Hall, ai I,ewls Brotberai E. H. Ammldown. of Au;
tm ioun * Munh ; j. By, rs. of Parker, Wilder a ?',,.; Bdwar
t. ii-ai, r,r emu. Arteinna a cn; Oeorse .'.. Whitman.c
\>httii ni * mope a. W. Kingmill, of Brown, Wood i1
kinguiau , C. (i. tiana and Han.cl itubiii*ou, of H. il. Clarie
A ( o.
MB. BUBO CALU THK MBRTIXfJ Tn onmii.
Cornelius ff, Bliss called the meeting to ordor and li
lha course or a briif opening speech said :
Wsbavostst here ss bastassa stoats ergaalssaclabt
help eli t to tue o.'ih o of Mayor a young man wlm has dom
?uah to maka municipal reform pueaibis. Nunn think tba
?' -in n m. ii have nu pl aro In polilic*. This ls a great nils
tass, it atheiiutv of every man vining or old.to tskssi
eetive aud practical mtereet la thal which pertains to tic
ai iran-of h.s city'* govcrnroeat Thal is why we are hen- la
day W .? Baal lo put a man at the head ut our city who ha
the ooma re an i ability to root out the abuae* that ciisi In mn
nieiii.ii.il department*. Booh a maa. I believe, la Tneodori
Itoo-evelt. [Appian**] Ile has the youth and the enlim
siasiu for such a task, and I flnnlv helm... that he can and wi]
.non,piis a it, great aa ,t ia. The dry gooda men. both obi am
voling, n, tim ,|tv uolievo so too, and WO proyu.su lo t-lcc
Idtn. [Laud sksars.]
John P. Plummer was chosan to preside. He was re
calved with cheer*, as wera many portion* of his ?peech.
The following are extrieti:
Thc one thing uppermost In mr mind la to make nnr BSttSI
lier,-such as will Metal in the election to office of such j
morling repreaeatatlvo of maaboori a* Tkssilsrs itiMiseveit
applause), whose every public effort baa boen In tbs IBM ot
municipal political refoim. In t mos past the dry-goods dis
nhl has made ita power fell and it will again. I believe, in
the future We meet here as Itepiiblieans. a* citizens to dr
..ur duly a duty which I hold almost as .sacred as that which
a mau owna lotus laiiulv an l to lils (l<Ml. I.el no mau decry
thia action en Iheaartof bmdneca moa. Tho only thing that
we have to fear is tho lukewat inness nf weak km
ii am al mut aR badly soared a* tho Democratic loadois
cans nilli are Im Hind tn say " anything to lieat
nomi Kcnuhll
George. Bush
themselves, wm know aa w.ii as ourselves that wo have tim
only can.pilate win, eat, ami will t.eat Henry Ueorgn and Mr.
Hewitt loa [Applause].
George K. AtniiTsnu wa* mada secretary and tressurer.
He read a loiter from the Downtown Business Man's
Koosevelt Club, speaking ur the progress of lt* work
and limn: every ui ? unor of tha new orgauljatlou to
make a nersuuai appeal to lils butcher, baker, tailor aud
grocer "ni behalf of the Republican Begat,"
MK. ifuiSF.VKi.t'-. SFKBCR.
When Mr. Itoosnvelt'a rose to ?pe il tha applause bo
camo doa;eiiiug. Caaaff aflar cnaer was glveu "fur tho
neil Mayor of Now York." Again an I again BS essayed
to begin, bat lt was several minutes before he. was able
to goon. After thanking the sa Hence fur its waru, re
crpilmi he launched righi Into his speech as follows:
\ ? '. ir rball ' ii ? i. .. I have a gool deal on hand Just nuw
a gi.at deal more Hue I adaline beginning of this cam.
balgo I: lu :. s. | ,i|e I,, i li m.'S lu ny favor this wk as
iiiik li a-(lo y halo lu itu' last six ilai s i i annul bu Ocaicu
'
A fl lend told nie the other d tv th if I ought to prt np MOM
. lui mi ur es io imht limier. Weil. I would bc a il
mg p. right nodal that one furn sharl hy ourenemieatheothai
night at their meet ina in oopar lt mon, winn m ivor Brace
n tl,.-Tonne, n: a'.un ti mis speech spoke of OM aa being loo
. i re.uniter [dr?at cheering milcneaof" rhatw tbs
k.lui ul a te ni m. r We ? ant ' I havOB't the slightest Saab*
In f ion i ..il j largo number of city employee will Hunk mn
ton radi, al i reformat if 1 au. ol ?< ted tor I i.itilnly al,uni.I
,, , ..,,,,., ,,,i? on,, in n ai ut.r <>r sliiilty I henel lo bu un
., i ,..* h'm. ^^-.iion tli?i iney I,ol,I lint 1 Molli not rrnmvf
HHfr* *ff*,B. nu mattel a it h.s political belief
may Ba, BBB is BOBSSl and c'lnnlile. I shall carri
out thu spirit ul the ( nil (service mles
to ibo beat ot mj ability (applause), but the targa Dumber of
alnecore* aud employe* wh. ara b i < Dava beam cloud.'.i
will hud iii" ii ra ii ai n former. < 'heV rs j
tia ..' thc arguments advanced ny .oin,- of our timid friends
.- I ,al I) .1 Di ' ? i- ni tn cte ni Mr Iii wilt tu kill Oil Ml.
tirnfj h.. is also ne ug nrged with great vigor by the
U. no.. lat,, ur ans. .Cell, il it la SO UBI -a-ar) lu kill Mr.
.gr. wh) not withdraw Mr Hewitt, au i then I should
ceriatny beat Mr. Oeorgel Laughter.] Ur leave Mr Hewitt
lu I ie ia, a .nd I ll lieat c,,??? noil, Cheer*.] Now. there
w ll iiet-iinei a largi vol* polled lui Mr, lleorgs or a-mall
ono. Il big than at I Hewitt wi., anger, and the t ght Isbn
tween Mi neurea and myself, n small then Ihe fight I* be?
tween Mr lien ni and invs If lu ether eas* I am in the
hgh! [Applause, Th* light on th- part ul li,use wini are
using Mr Hewitt's honorable Dame ia nui te a..pbsh any
radical reform that la well known. Hence they are trying te
make Ul.t "I ? ?? oi ge au ismo,
I will noi tie -u-|M : :?? i ol aol w.niling to defeat Mr. Qeorge,
but l weat alan ui daleat a* well Ihi l.relic ringa which
have -.. io.i^ in-, I do mn nm nver our city govi rnaient, I du
icu .i.-e tan* nor.e.-sun to.mo upi e rc.mtat on of Mr
- |u. una! ii., o lea bciore thia auulence Utan 1 do lo re*
idy to llnrthci laape - auu lo-move" arguments Du not
ito tin iui|M>rtant Issue n thia light, lor it ia nothing
lesa thau the working ol ? reform in ..ur city government.
Th il i- tin i ni nal ia*ne, an i let na not torgi t it
Ulan el I - all lo .nm i:u- nlti. ?? with untied hands.
No.o' ii nea* Mayur will oe controlled iu thu leeatbyaav
posslbli i . I Hi at it' .tai .i.iv upon .uno nubs. ipi. ut, pul.tl
cd i ".n i mu m. it .hail berny prubi sud my ambition to give
you Jual cauie to feel *aU*Ueu with dm sa your rspreseuta
1 11 e.
i-'i ihkii ipeaklng, I am dad thal i entered Bte esnvsaa. I
h i ??.red ' iinuc u -e v ..ii I I rejol a in the knowledge that
mt -ujiji.iiti is are nun w im w ill bold up my ban I- ?lu ii I do
(lilli o lee.
Hi iitici,, n, if wo stand tiru wo init-t and will
win n thisinnteat. Kveryibin^ almost depend* upon Um
enlim-, .-m ..t tha young; men and bow all hands du their
dui) .rn ? lei lion nay.
Tin .ni i,ipi mi me p irt of the Ilea t' manager* to frighten
voter* by ? , ...i mg tba dangar Hutt there is in the cv. nt ol
i.emgeielection*how* boa tiadl) Uielrmacbineiaahattored.
i'h. Con u i' i.cm aa well sallie tammany loader* ara
trembling in theil aline* ami are noa baaing all theil bopoaou
their ae.iit. m -c :r.- timi i co si pi opie au that they w-iii gu to
the polis willi. o i. w ail people and help elect tho lan is
candidate, urea! c neerin
?-1 -It- it Alip.;, s-..s ami RBSOLCTIOXa
E Ibu lt .ut was no- nan ?Beaker. Ho said:
iii th.a, am-.I-, n?. lines ih.it mai k the beal Inti rssta of the
Itepu bl,eau party .md of inn city ol Wow Tort coincide. lt
-.ippcns now .hal it i* for tba Interest* rn the Kepubllcao
i.-if. . .i Sn* Vork should br taken out of national politica.
lot years i ie ileum, ntu ? a upai m espcaaua miva been pani
largeij .yin taxpayer* of tal* .itv. aid it U time thal u.
(nen H.ii nought aiM,ut. Ncu. have appeared tn tins
i ..mi si thai t ic oin tune politicians had never reckoned upon.
The itrni.Hi of the "halls 1* broken and the people csu do
longel ,,? ld .md cnutiollcd nther .d tu lu-In (he boaae*.
"m,om .ii want a change, an I hcuca wc lutve put up a
beauidealn young men foi a .and,date and n you do >.iir
.inti ai m. pull* we shan havu nu our nest Mayor, not
i...ug.. nor IH wilt, hut lliind.uc Ituosi-Mlt. i Applause.]
i.x-ai ?leruiaii John c ni iii,ti.r, i tie noiuiuce lor pres?
ident iii the Hoard oi Aid nasa, was introduced by the
rhaim.it. as una of Um ituard of '84, WBB found JfsW*
York a pleasant ptaee "m liva in natl did sst Bags to
keep a i snaUa railroad Umo-taOia tn bi* pocket for asa*
.ilahl laicin ,c .'' .dr. O'Cuiiuur was well received and
?s was h.* andreas. Aramaa the ming* he *aid wera
these :
Happily thi* campaign las ant been s persona! obs. nen
nine iiiuuirtpaJ rrwrm milo i**ue and none other caa b?
hu. il upon ii,,- intel.Iceni voter* ol lies elly, ihe idea of
trying.nike itu no.m.ni,, election uf .Mr Ueurge a cause of
alarm ia rltllculisl bj uneol Ibo lieat ol Democrat c paper* m
lie l??ue ot t.. dav, ?? lhere i* no need," say* nu mci. 'of
raul thal ot,, slum tophiat, tappovtsd by buadredsof
uno, nut Diiatakeu dmsu, is toing lo ruin snylbisg." Thia
?bow* how aiiniii it ia Ul try avon lo ignore tue real issue
her- in Mi. Hew.ti reprcaaut* a united party How wai
lt united i By tb.rubina.! Influence ot the National, Htate
'li' ' inlllleill ii Mi Heil III bSS lived here llt'el Hill'
tears an r*iba*iiav<i conn.d hlmwll with aay great re
lorin tlu\t has hei-u atartol n all thai tune, lhat is not tho
kind nf inah thal is now- wasted in Hus city.
tte.nu mn w, re tuB|, mtroduewsl by John Olallfl and
Ullaniiuminy aduplrl. I hay read a* lullows;
Wktrttu, Oairagsaw* eorrapttoB la tbs pofitles sftkasetty
baa bi ? ii :u!;i .;, raooalrated .luruig Um prus.-nl ye.tr ; and
" J " '? 'I -I;..-.inti ead privilege of avery olUxea to do
*"'''.'' ,','.''Ii; !ol,',r'1 l?ui ifyiug thc City '? pnlitic-s Now, therc
K'f'ir.,ii i | j |iat wa icg?,ria,,. mi mires together to da
oin utii.e-t te ?.i 1, e tba election ol i'tieo-iuie Booeevelt Utks
Mav.raliv. believing that rrora him alone of the candidates
I" "o' in I.I a fr ai ie.a, thorough aud efficient cleansing of
inei his L.,,,,, riiuieni be expected.
titi lhat wini,.,,,, io,.,,,,,,,,,. ,(,,. ozeoUcneo ot Mr. HiW
ett - p. r-.,?ai i haracier, ?,? uonalder it huiieiea* to expect real
rcrorui ir..i? th,, uo.nme* or Tammany Hall
i.i) lint w. ,i, ,,?|, t, ,,?.?, ,.r (i?. election uf HearyOeorge
tu ti-i ;...-[ '.lag.siracy ui Ula eily a great mlafortuua mn
'','. ?' : '"? would, ..r eui*... n. cd more than un.- thud of
trie entire vote lr ,|lllt ,|,(?)lll aggragsta '-'1 .'.'am, nu candi
-? , ,'.'.1.'. "". I'.':'"' '''> he -n.e. iiful without obum.us more than
I'UHi lr Mt Heoraa should secure opwarn of 73,000, tho
raguiai Ueniueraue vote a-ooJil be iiiuuniah.d by aearly thal
am..nhl. If |f, ,i,-uig?s lapport ahuuhl h* really stine*.
ar Hewitt.,, ,?..,-?.a,.1!' be weak, sud wsvarlBi Ba
publican* shorn r.ai./e uiatoodei tock rlrenaieUioce* the
?'. wkieh is proaeotad rn thom la tba! of wasting i...u
vuti. tl r Il-i.n,,, oi a?. liing 'he leforin nl.irsliiy and
ct., ina.i, ,|.i,.,,,, y, ,.r<r uy supporting tba only caa
duui. abo la now cortem rn receive Dior* Lan oBe-tbtnl of
I ' '"' ' '"' - ' ? . e.,,, handed. Ken..h mt SB* a)' of turiup
tloli. I huudure Co movcIL
Ihe uieeuug clo.eu with three cheer* for Mr. Hoo*e
TRREK BPEECBEfl BT MR. B008EVELT.
hi?w ms caora is iiaimvo oboobb? ?> radical
BSroBMBH IBOBBO
Tba raaataaj; in tim Bieeckaf BaUdlag leal
night of me Kepuh'.icau* of tba IXtb Assen,h.> District
lu sui.pori of ih* eau.ll.la. y of iueudure 1. ...-,-1- t wa*
io large that nat on*-fuurlb of those who wauled
to sal lu cum du au. iiefore the arrival uf
IL* Itepublican tandidate a couventlou
was hull, presided over by Winiam
ll. Celine) . at Walch Jaka W. Jacobus wa* nominated
for As*eiuhly and M i.ii.nu i'oliard fur Aldeiuiati fur the
(Han.ot. Wnen the bu.mos* nt nominating waa over
BUehard M ca.lard aaa called upeu lo praaide uver tko
public moating. The member* of the Ninth Ward P!
neat Corp*, headed by a band and a handsome bi
ner, entered the hall, and were received wltb chea
While awaiting the arrival of Mr. ltoo**v*u addreai
wera delivered by Johu W. Jacobus, Professor Edwa
C. Marsoall,ex-Assemblyman Frederick B. House, Jud
Cruest Hall and rx- assemblyman Walter Howe. l'i
fo*?or Marshall *ald there was one matter touching &
Hewitt and bia free trade prlnotples whleb ought to
known, but which bad not hitherto baan published
namely, that during the last session nf Congress sor
of Mr. Hewitt'* laborers in the Trenton Iron Wor
were (ummnnsd before the Committee of Ways ai
Means lo testify regarding the tariff bill and they we
all dead against lt and said that if Mr. Hewitt ware ru
liing tor Congress lr. that district every ona of bl* wor
er* would go against him. The audlenco received th
Information with great applause.
As Mr. BOOSOTSII appeared at this stage the anthill
sam became Intense and lasted during several minuit
When Mr. Roosevelt cot on Ihe platlorm ono man oalb
for " Three cheers for Jame* (I. niainr," which waa r
sponded to tn a way that shook tba building. Then M
Roosevelt said :
I speak to you In behalf not so much of mvself as of tl
whole Republican pal tv ol the city Sf New ^ ort. Appian**
Ten dais ago il -. euied Impossible that a ri v ticket collin I
nominated thal would make headway agsinst a unit.
Democracy, I say to you aud lu all goud far
that if thlnua chango during the ne
? eel half as hinch as they have change I during the past nh
flay aw* wost, we abell wm, [Applause We have got m
friends, the rncuiy, on the run and we will keep them on tl
run.
It I* said to he a bad principle to fight on tl
ground that your enemy ll is chosen ; yt I ?:
perfectly content te make this Mayoralty canvass af*
H.- Issue mad* against ma by one of tho must prominet
sp-iikcrs at Hm- County Democracy meeting Friday nigh
Mayor Ginee said he didn't think I was tit to be MnT.it h. cnn
I wee too radical a reformer, [Applause. 1 I accept the Mg!
npnn iliat issue and if elected ? ni ,-? rtalnly try to be a radio;
reformer, in rsrtslB reepects I doubt whether the Mayor i
this city e.uiiii h.- ci radical in the reform* that he should lr
to bring shout. [Applause' Ir elected I shall du all In ni
power tn serve loyally, and be the Ht representative of over
lioiioit citizen in this town.
I would like to deny (trungly and emphstirallv that M
Georgs would ii.i wini a better representative ur the wert
bigina-, than I will I e. I lanni applause. I I will stand nott
hem lit or protect any one class, lint all my f0lluw.IH7.ens ;
mil *tandaa a freeman, aa the e.pial of and the represei
tatlve ofilia fellow.freeman. [Applause.) I cir Ain.ria
citizens I don't care what his cr. isl ls; I doii'teare wh;
bte birth-place lg; I don't cure what his color ls, I will tr
according to my ability to mprsasal every honest America
cit'/.m [Renewed applause. I will try to mele nut equi
JueBestS each and every man. I am from the crown <
my bead to the sole of my feet a believer In til
American doctrine that all men ?t?nd Bus and egai
before the law. that eui, sjjuj every one of us here has Hi
same rights and oorelauvely the lamo iiutissa* avery one elsi
No iilflelal. oompetetit and honest, has anv occasion tu faa
me. but every s necur st or mitti retained In offlce. not for th
wura he does In the office, hut un account of hi. |>nlitlcal Intti
euee, shall most assuredly have reason to tear me In the even
of my election. (I ord apptausa
Mr. Bewltt'l supporter* are now ?tjpeallne to that etas
In the community, the timid gisxl. [ Laughter. ] In sum
ways I like ttl* timid good, but don't re-pect their
The timid good eau always be frightened into Joining the ac
live bad [renewed laugnter) and respectable weak kneed Ile
publican* who ro saving: "Yes. I should like to guppoi
Mr. Roosevelt, hut I am so afraid uf Mr. Oeorge thal I slial
vote for Mr. Hewitt." [Laughter and applause.] Ifwestan<
firm, we shall pull several thousand inure than onr nurina
vote, which of itself is enough upon BBS oocasiou to win. I
ha. he.-I, .-aid I am linly alioy a voice-" Three cheers for th
boy " and great cheering', but Hmo will cure that. 'lu nette,
cheering.]
Itefora going to fha meering in the Blaecker Btilldlni
Mr. Roosevelt addressed the citizens of the V'Hth As
semlily Dnirlct lu the rooms of the Lincoln Club, Sa
50 Cllntoti-plaoe. It wai tome time after ho had heei
intro.inned hy the ohalrmsn, John O. Lawton, before bi
could speak, so enthiisitsilo were tba cheers and ap
p'ause. When the meeting had ceased cheeriag, Mr
Roosevelt said:
oknti.rmf.* of the [ggcou ci.cfi: it ls a genuine plesssn
for me to meet you hore this evening. I do not fee) a Mrauge:
ii li ii I spink to the Lincoln Club and advocate the (lunn* e
three personal friends i Alfred B. ('tinkling, your ? undina!.
for Ahbruian. Qeorgs H. Henry, your candidate mr Assam
hiv. and John I). Lawson, your candidate fm
Cnngresa, Mr. Lawson -puke of Mayor OrSOO'l
remarks about myself at tbs large Democratic masting du
other night. The Mayor made sumo courteous references tl
mysauT, but tha one I appreciate the most I* whera he san!
that if I waa elected I would be toe radical a ref erm ar. I am
perfectly willing to make tho flght oa that ground I th.ni,
there ure mani si.url ts in the (itv Hull and Incompetent ami
dlahfloeat neiabereof our muuiciiial government, vi lol wu lld
timi that I was tun radical a reformer. Mo bones! ??'! lal will
have aaythlag tu fear from me. bul tho dlshoneei one win
have occasion to regret my election If I am chosen Mayor.
[Cheon ami applause. J
When I accepted (Ms nomination I did sn with reluctance
and at the solicitation of thoa* who thought lhat the areal Ho
publican party should not give un its principe's, I 'innes tlc
believe that If tha ebange In our favor la aa gnat donni ihe
uiit week as lt has been In Iks past we Bust ink. [Anplauae.]
Mr. Roosevelt then apuka of ht* voling for a colored
man at chairman of the last National Republican Con?
vention, and ?ald ha referred to tha matter because he
Now, vcntlomon. If I am elected I shall trv lobe Hie M.ivor
el all .Wea fork i of sB elUaane and classes. I object to thal
word "class" nt is nu American. I w.nilli rathei sat oi all
Amonoau citizens whaU'Ver their color, rre ?l or hirth
place. I Shall trv to ho th, bom -I representative
nf -vi rv honest cltlsen of this eily I am going t<. . I.tun rum
belief (hat I will make no promise* before e:e,t,on which 1
will not Itllhl after i h-ctioii [ have never done au vol anti
do nut propoas io begin now. Ii I am elsctsd Mayor of
Bea Tort 1 will do all m my ihiw.i bj
rive ns a eleen sud economical government and do aa um. h
for Kiflha'.e. asl would for Hie Hov. iv ami as min h
for tha Bowery as l would for Flfta-ave My gnat
tmbltloa I* to liave iv, rv mau. rn li ul j.
feel ih.it I am lu. person.il repreoon tau ve [loud
?petan**' and to see that the city government is administered
in his Interest If I an < boson Mayor all my Mme and ability
will in- gu i ii (o your service.
Other ad lre*ass wara made by tha Rev. Dr. William
B\ Dening, Lucas L. Van Allen and Alfred R. Coukiing.
A letter was read from Levi P. Morton regretting Ins
in non ty to be present un account ot illness.
lt was 1(1 ..'clock when Mr. Roosevelt, in cominny
wllu ex Alderman O'Connor, arrived ai the (sheridan
Mnok Itspublicui Ciuh-roon,. No. 890 Righi h- ive. They
wera greeted with heany cheer*. Mr. Roosevelt w ia
introduced by Clialnn.n llama, ila sp .ko only a few
minutes. Among oilier things he said :
It la my good fortune to be the Republican candidate fur
Mayor ol Ul* city, I can assure von (lint I can em it the I I h
e* honor thal I have over received in my life, ann i assure
you that whether l am elected or defeated I arltl i ai rv myaell
lu such a manner tnst you ahall never be ashamed that you
have iiiado mo von, ??taiii'nrd bearer. There .ne cunnii- cir
cumstsnees In thia election The Oeorge von. fro n the i .cnn)
rratn |*i rt v i* *o lurga, and from the tte pub lean sn .-mali, lhat
we hat i a richi to regard in- oandidacv as -imply .' spill from
th.. Democratic party. To stop tue growth ol Hus
tha Democratic party have triad to force
IB-lleS.
the Democratic p.uty have Hied
right fm tho Mayoralty on taino
They irv to make it appear lhat lt i* a contest beiv
anarchy and order Mr Howitt, they any. rsprasenta order,
while Hr. Oeorge repreasnls anarchy, lins i aayi* tales, I
oppose Mr. Hewitt, not because he is not a good mao, bul be
caii*e be la simply a new figure-howl ol ilia tame party that
hai niisg.oei ucl thia city tor Um psst quarter ol sn niara, i
believe lhat UlSre thouin he a oliaugc IB Ula guvei ti neut and
lt ii on Hil is-uo thal I Sm making a light. When
I accepted tba nomination for Mayoi I thought it would be a
terribly uphill tight, buteaohdal Hie gruie lui* been grow
mg lea* and lesa, and if we can k.--p on decreasing it ai ihe
?ame rate, or B we can but heap lt aa it now (tanda. I flnniy
believe thal tho Itepubltoaa party will he wi tn ti aafiil.
BU8LNE8S MEN'S APPEAL TO VOTE SS.
THR MAIN LSSL'H- IN THK M A Y. Ht \ f. I Y Ol.VIKST ?
Mil. B?OBl V LT AS A Br HMM Kit.
Tho Downtown Roosevelt Club bad I busy
time y sterday. There was a steady stream uf callara al
the rooms, No. 47 liroadwiy, ali day mid numerous ac?
cessions to tho rolls of memli-irsliip A commitine of
finance, consisting af dotard Ku* er, Ar:, hu r J. Moulton,
A. M. Underbill, Ooorge Hamilton Ceil and others, and a
committee of arrangements, willi Bnijaulu A. Maud* at
us hoad, were organized. Il wa* decided tn hold a mas*
meet.uir aoiue day tuu week aud lhat tba executive emu
millee should mast every muming at 9 IM until after
election. Tn ? executive committee reported au addles*,
to voters which will be printed and distributed. In
IBbStaBOa li is as follows :
Mr. Itoosnv.lt Will he and should be elected, because of all
the candidate* ha by virtue of ins unh|ue (hara, pi. abilities
and sui r.,iindltigs is de, idedly Ihe beal equipped los lha wm k
which the next Mayor will have lo do raeapcrial wart lol
the mm May.r win tn-tn Improve the nat hot* ol aiim.n s
trutiuu so .ar us practicable utmer our etlatlBg .st-ten, ni
government sud m co upersla a iib the eitlsaa* in pror.nriiig
i.dod legislation Ul Improve thal system and udapi il Ui Uta
present needs ul lill* gr Bl City lins S what wo undi island
tn be Hie great reform wink ii li eli Mr UeoBnvelt ptWgoa
hlin-elf lo Undertake It IS (he unrk lor which ul all men in
His coinn,unity U'.w politically S val labia Mr. KuOaevell is
?pechtll) ntied Hu is a man nt high moral impulse-. Vigor
inn decisive rbsrsctar, a quick, keen mind, iii is voling ami
lining and full ni Hie lain ami enclgv and ? Il nunasui of
yin,th. His life hus boon eruwdad w,th Ibei ?p. i ? Ul t- which
lociieu and broaden ( Barnet** and ripen pitlgmetil. and In ba*
had unusual uppoi luiiil.os lo Hildy tile practical nurku.as
uni need* of our elly govnri m< m. e/iBw Ina aptiludasaasl
taste I or legislative and administrative wots, hu b-ii.i.t
iniii.ii sptrtt ami liovotloa IO the wollar* of Un* ? ty. sud baV
ibs do utrae bualoeaa inter st* or carss lo div. u bi* ?? inn.
Hun. he will gue lu* whole time, bal whole heall Baal soul lu
the hlltlcs ill his dillie. ,.. ,
Mr Housevell is ind a reformer by accident or Iroin selliih
millie li nan b<- sahl, without eiugerallefl. winn Mr kev
rait waaiu Ibu Legislature, tbartsfvrai eiemm.t ia lins i in
?ail BosaoMUiBol IL ?o too U ho ia elected Mayal Bm sa.
,' neut wm have cuiiioi ..I City Ball. Aa Msyuf bo wu. not
ucieii por*ooalB investigate sud superintend evetj in pm
ant luau, h ol smk in er. rv oneo, (ho d,.|. .rtnictits . lo w ,11
mt merely ailiii.iiiitei tboSBloe on baa nen p lui ip oa lullilt..*
t applh ? Without regal.I to lin- |si!itn - o! IBS lad: ol \aluin,
jul lu- ?111 draw al.oiiid hun a sining, arden! linet ul io
, ,.ikri - and ibruuga ikeni w.n b.ne tue rear -. n alive sad
?oner uf euutbei gio it rafi un wot. in- ul winch a. nu w ul
mi slop uni.i se have gained fut ims inti a propel meaaulS
I self guvoiiiiueui. s.mpiiiicii and improved Hu- iMotboda nf
dui.(lisnalee, md cleated ai a p. I malo ht I'OnlrulllBg !ui. u
n this community a pub.. lenUiaeal whiihsiiaii not lolor
ito la b Mayoralty eh. tum Ute consideration ol National ,,r
Itete luuaa, ur auy other Question than (luipi) niobiums of
li* ' and.dal cs lol Hie dulles ul tin. ultl. a
11.- ipiustiuii :s bel woco lasBUors Basssvsll and Abrams.
lew iii. and Un- funnel (Imuld be chown becaueebSM ihe ax
passive ihaniyion ol inluim Hut ll ihoie i oubl bc any SSBSS
ibout tins, lt the main ipi. slloii. as Mr Hew ill contends, is
iel wo. ii so. lal ism ami an il. lu sui on Ihe MM SS**, and libel ly
md law un Uiiialhei. we -al . uiulit.iiHy thal O'" be?* WM> ?"
Uakl loin mle lonni againsl .niau hiaiu and hg An.eii.au
.i noi| as ia to vote hu RouaeValL ,.
The nemo, ia, y ii un,i..1 ini.n r a very huh soiiiuiiiig same,
lilt Ilia un ts.! lu uainu ouly. In la. L il ls bun bj sui iou. iu
rinaiiLssensiulia. ll I* Wnakeneil and diapll ll tal bi Hie tl*.
..Lon vf Homy Uaorge'a fOBoWora, hy tba Jealousy ol the
Imug Huh iiiauoftnsaiiil Iho.e men m I inilniiiiv llallwho
iruin iraipalaj iviliiiheio sudmuietbea alibi tue drep ie
(.lion Ilia pullut louse id lh? Cornily D.mtKiaoy who ..ie
l.sgiulud with Hie lieineioli.us *aiiillces ll.ey had lu make lu
.tu, lai.iiuaiii s suoi.oit Hem* Mi BuWltt'* canvas* I*
.irking in S| ,i ll ,n aa*ri-uv en. ss. rn iii., entluisiaain which
sapirs* hup., wtilil* iii.u.-. ul tutu and ,uad* ihem uii lu He?
nry
(iu the uthi r hand. Mr. BoOSBvetl stand* t(u- something |ioal
ive .iud 1-. lia. ked ny a united pal ty Thais tau nu h.ind he
my doubt about that lits cally U united, and outside Ihe
i.trty he is draw ms more aud mole every day upon Hie re
,ci\e tun e? ubi. h make tor ?iio l k"v eminent here, bu. s.ne
u Humiliating bim the Hepublli.au parly correctly iutcipretest
itauttaeed aa Fifth l'agej
' A NEV/ WASHINGTON KING.
Li I'I'BMC OFFICE A PUBLIC TRUST? J
UOVBRNMENT FUNDS TO AID PRIVATE SPgCl'LA
TIO.NB? BOW DISTINCT TA IPA YKK3 ARE KOHBKD
? KI.VK '-AMPI.K OK DEMOCRATIC " HKrORM.'*
IrgOM A REOCLAg COBBESrONMTXT Bf TUB I KIMI '. K. J
WASHING ion, (Vt. 25 -The fa-ta wi BJ u'lveri
io to-day's Tkibink whii h show that tl* re ta nm
public iimtMitv for tho h<?vy ex|*n litu es Bfs>
posed bf tho District autlioi i'iea ni tin- Bananas*
lively uninhabited rctfion of Work (nsk; timi
most of thc ninney tl,,-,,. o\F i-iv!.-,! ajjgj bj '?. used
this year should ha\e banal de ute I to BssjaaaUffl
inipniNeinenU wh'<h would ha.e lien Arti tho
taxpayers and paapkl ?t Ibjsjbj; i),at suburban
streets and country mada thrniurh windi th .1 ands
nf people* pass uipI iftnu-a daily aiul the | rnpertw
a', nu- which is BBhnBaaJ Ht millions of dui hov havo
bin chilli .'lilly BSjylHaM ar),| sjpajg of u?.m j,,ft
In a dan.'eivnii condition, while ninney hal lieen
deobod with a l.l.ernlity n sti-.mp. I only nv th*
l.init> of ai pioi riatiun to innis nu ri r wh" li a few
score people inn cl daily, and the a s antsSJkal of
the property a Jo riot which anio mts only t<> tens of
tli(.us;iii.|- of dollais Tim ol ..jo, ts and (inuits o#
th^s prlicv uni the instni n n's hy which it ls
(juried out remain to he distdosed.
vVbob Mr Whitney bought. "(Jrwalnnl* Ina!
your fm 8200 nn iv p., there was little or id Brtiv
tty in teal estate in that vicinity. It is true thal)
a syndic.ite ha:l invested m a Miff of Lin I e\t n I
itu,' from Kock Creek to T?-na!lyiown Ral, soma
distance south of Woodly Lane. \vi?h the exporta,
tion that it mifht BecoakS vah able at s<ime future
lime?five or ten ycais hence Some ri.'ht yearn
BB0 a subdi\inion known aa * Wood bj lurk ? w-a
laid out in villa sites w<st of Kick Ctvek on
Woodly I.ane. Ken ntly one or two lots have
beea sold, hut not a house has yet been hui't on
the property, which has been a drug in the market
There was no tendency ?f popn'ati'n in that dl
icrtfofsi nn I eijrhtci n monflis a-'o that nv!- n
offered slight inducements evin to the most hope?
ful siieculat'ir eeckin,' investments with a view Ut
profitable returns within five or six years To a
man seek itu; a homo thc region ofTeied natucal at?
tractions inked, and. if he could afford to keep a
caniai'c and maintain a country p'ace in order lo
live in seclusion a few weeks in cadi year, ho
might bc induced to invest 5 but such men are ex?
tremely rare in tho District of Columbia And,
yet shrewd Democrats believed tliat they had dis?
covered here an opportunity for a tidy ei?'culat on
whit h could be made to yield siwdy an.I rich re?
turns. The purchase of a farm by Secretary
Whitney was followed by a substantial Imur va.
rueut of the mads which lead to it Tlic 1 Yoshi, nt
felt a desire to become the possessor of a suburban
home in the District. For some na<( n this dt>l 0
was carefully guarded as a secret by tho f w p r
sons to whom it was confided, an I when they be?
came satisfied that "lYetfy ttorsspajet" would suit
him they were not slow to take advantage of it
Of course, thci-e was not hint; BTrasjg bj tlait. Iliey
were simply sneculatiiu; obj the siren, th of ad?
vance information, obtained, it is to lie presumed,
in a legitimate way. Mr Ocean 1 became tie
owner of "lYrtty Prospect" The deed to him
was executed by A A. Wilson ami wile on May
26. ISM, and the consideration as o\piis-ed flier in
waa $21,500. A. A. Wilson is Uk I Kited "Maha
Marshal for the District of Columbia. He waa
appointed by ivcsidcnt Cleveland in DoeeaBbeBj
1hk5, Accord in,' to the om', ial ie. ords Marshal
Wi sin became thc owner of "hetty IT. 8 ct 1 n
May 2(5, 1MS6, tlio same day that BO tiarisieiTed
it to Air Clovelatil. The ci nsid ration eMi.s. d
in this (Iced also wua $?U,atiO. Hie lassin of
thia proiierty troua live real own r throuuh Ma -.hal
Wile, n's lian.ls to Mr Clevelan I is uno of Hie eir
(iiiustHn'C8 tiiain which many peiBuH seem to baso
I heir belief that the latter received it as a L'ift,
or that at Boost he paid for it a sum mu. h I sa
than the amoiit exprasjajad in the deed. They
BB* that the double t.iinsfor 111 !'cited a (Mire to
(.-in-.ul something in lenard to tlaj lia st lian I
lhat BO cmiceiiliu. nt or in Hrs* tl 11 w, s ;ie. ? s a y
in oedor to protect the Intonate of the IYtbmJi nt.
inn-iiiuili iu> the real owner ku tv that the pmp.
eit.v araB to pass into his banda, au I tl.at ita Lani?
fer iv.mid lu in-lit himself by enhuncin: the taino
of lils other property. Another matter upon
whHh some Slices ls laid by peraoflg wiio be ie o
timi, "i'lvtt.v I'liaiject' wiv? a k'itt to Mr. ClevO
l.inl, is iiuii his oas net ship and oe U|?iii'\ of it
would so laively enhoii e the value ol allin cut
prt|a-it> that tue ow ne 5 of lt w.iild pially an!
lihiialy contribute to that Dbjert as nu invest! . nt
for their own benefit (if muree the sn test, n
is a t for a moment to be entertained lhat,.f -u. tl
coiitiihuti. ns B/ere niai'i! Ihej intire<l to the Bann
(lt. of any |?rkOB or |* is tts ot lui- th.iii the one for
wImui they were assi.noil.
Ob -inly I, I Me, a piero of pjopeity iosb|bIi
hi: 108 acree was iranefina*! lo D> aw < ia .it
wiio, a uk.nth later, was mu \|ai udlv, and io tlw
?BIBIam 01 many Disirid Din ct l- sjBfsajBjfsjS]
1,'e later or Wills The property has a fr BUfcn on
'IVnillytovMi Bond a few h.milted feel 1,01 th of
I'm tty 1'iMsiicct." or "lie I Top," uni ext'n ls
west wai dh toward Hork Creek. The cnii-ileiit
tn tl exiHSscil in the deed was i.'iG.iiOo. or at (Ito
tale ol' about IBttC per a- i-e. Ibis, it wi 1 kt
Doted, is Uss than half tha amount at winch
"ii'el Tup wa- taied in the transfer to tko rvflaV
id'nt Ly Miiis-lial W'ib,..n. whi.h whs ahout t7:>9
pei acre. The diaTerent'e in priVe bjbj ht put y
ucconnted for by the (Bet thal tho latter him a
fn Btage on two ma s li h.u- bera puhtkly a?
a rte 1, however, on.I Hus far n t 1 erl (I that an
option on the 1<)? aive-s wns ol.ti 11 d hefo B tho
tiaiisfer to Ike FieMilent baaBBM ueiietaly I 11 wu.
The same assertion Has bsjen male in re ar 1 to
oilier property m that iciinty wi.i.h has (han ed
lands Brittan the last few mulitl.s. an I wh.it, has
pasnad uno the |<assesei.in ol stn pates the bbj*jb>
birshln of whi< b in mote than BM case la- reen
Raided as an impoitunt supt I'oi^.v ? iBBjeM
lia<l lint been rnjinrtk d us a man 1 1 tm ans w ii 1 h
would enable him to InJuhre ia the luxury ol a
?uli.11 lum lumie at a OBkt f"r tlc ian.I a '.one ti
$;u> ono. In fud. he wa- BB eis'.,?i i to ba m ex
tteiuely moderate circuiustan es lt is t M gen
CIKI bollol that Sevellll piolllintlt Demoi ratio
ollicHioMer* in the Distru I of I oiuiub.a atv isnt
neia ol Mr. tla,(tt HI this suhmhan ?,n .laliiii.
viiioii.,' me names iiniitioiie 1 to a TBJMWB torrc
*l?ii.:iiil by a pnimiieiit leal Batata owner wire
lAnttSBi 3- LaBMNst, A A. WiBV B all I -eveiul ollielB.
Of .a.mw, tlieiv may be no olije, tmn ill law or
morals tx) iva! estate S| et ulatpdis hy men win)
huppvti to Ik- in otlice.
feajvetal suplnutes control a laive shine of the
eemuin er of the aiea winch ut to ivc-i.c ino ha?
li I. 1 benoit ot Hie public ex, en Iltur s nov Bj*jb>
illa; BBsl tai he made la'nallei- uinloi the | I..HS of
li ie Distill t t ommisMoneis. vvIki kata, full 'oimol
ot ant h ?allen ivtaniiias of n.e b label 01 tue
la\istyn> ol the Distil, t. Aim n: Hie. 111.11 vvlw
l,?,,e hun nitiitiniied as BManhOK Oi ? ne Bf aav
ether Of lh.se synduales BN I ? BIIBhBliBar WtMMj,
(timnavsioiur vVbaBtlB/, an 1 1 'hi. 4 of Ddi.-o
IVnlker i?< ?*** luaI ,vc,iv F"***** B mmm
thal Mr < iee.aud bolus au nilen at hi one ot tue
KMiditates Ike truth ol thia minot waa i.en.od.
bj bOtietarj lin<lull. af Ike llourtl ol Ciimiuia
sioncis, who mav BSjJsjBJBl sa'.elj he a~-bUinetl to
know wiio BuaHTTt said s\ n 11 ate Ihe Metro
isiiilaii Mivct li'aiiway I t>ui|iall.i uL-ai is a lajvo
ow ir r of pio|aity whnh will la: h. iie:ncd bi the
pio,s>M?l 1111, lovi liieiiis. 'Die BsTBCBt >yndiiate .0
thut known us IBB " IIhjiiiibsib >ynu.aie at loo
head of whu li ia IhesitKiil lh..iii|?s 11 of toe Ne?
lli nal Metro|olilun thBak,abt Oa-Bsaiaikni Bf tho
Metropolitan Mi?et liaiiway I oiii? .u.., of wliith
(J W . i'l.trcn a hu mer psatiaw "f A A. W 1 Soil
111 tho real > state buaiipas. is now tim pu?luouW
and A. A- Wilton a direi tor
Tho present District Commissioners were ap
laiiutod by llaaudeut Ckveuuid. All of thom aro
U'liunrats with the possible txtt.'ption of Coia
iiuasiouur WsjkjB, wlai, to Ihe genuine aurpri?? ol

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