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IB*>?i _ NEW YORK, FRIDAY, OCTOBER l!>, l?J4.-TWELVE PAGES. PRICE THREE CENTS. THK CZAR'S STATE CRITICAL HOT LIKELY TO LIVE LONG. ie, THK MEMBERS OF THK IMPERIAL ?.?AMH.V HASTENING Tn LIVADIA. I ,*?.-?,: ri ICTION MITTI WEAKER THE TRIP -,, , SOON ED .LL Pl ILITIC \I. r '* IHKYANi'E 'l.-.M \ IN Tllil RI BBIAN i' .PIT IL ANI1 I . IN i ? e.. j-,--, bu .'. I I t iv Th., "i .tn iii .1 limul." Ihe Ime il I.nil.-iln .il, .ul the c..ir ir bi :. i at ll n". lia k thia tvi -iiiii.'. waa ' >ugti mt the .irv ^r, ? it waa read with int. nae Inter* gl*g gi il Tl i. gi la: .*->,. ? I ha* "?hanged ._.-lr,f-''. ! i Ihi n .!-??. Oeneral deblllt) .uni aaptBe** ' '''" heart ox* In reaslng." Al! poll tl al questions ?re In n bey a nee, *v*n the ;' t?*etli>n nf fnrel-rnerfl In China, ?* . ? ? I'..!-. ii:n i Md. r*a dlapatehea v . vl i . ? I This ri loni la .i alnls t the C al urgent alTalm, ??(,r I- lay han Ix en pal alyged, ihe ? rn alu nail, The .; ,, . r ; . I. 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Vienna The Ciar Ib ei I by days ii ? \- - ige of ?'' ' " r ft, .,: . ' -? | ? ol "The Tlmea" aajrfl: "] . ? .-? ? - ? - " i Allx a ? ed with " ? ' Rt. Pel rr ? ... ,i,,. ,*., ,..?. ,. p ' ' ' - A repreaei :. i of "T British I . it. as the n sun he la ? -*? baa i The Csai m >val lo I. ? , ? i | .-. . r his Rets Into a warn eUnalt ind : "raina al the 1 Pi i. think*, tl i T On ita va. in the Cai bland*, goultl ? to Cirfu aa a ?"lr/*- | ? ''/ ,r; bul Ihe diatan e ?."i'l iii. Ma..-??'- a :..,-- ren ler it I ? i ? be t iken tl I ; ni? ? f the ill!" aa nf the ? ? ? ) l - '? i ? itu; _?***, - | itlon "i" ivs '? :-? -??.?? ? ' ; : ? ? i and ? n! weakness, lm? palNd dla ??' nsomnla tlBC COLOR.*! PRESENTED UV THE KAISER. MA Al ' ;. HANI'INO THEM OVER TO THK RgW rOPRTH HATTALIONS "!' THE US ' .'.KI'S REOIMENTS Berlin, Ocl :- it 10 o'clock ibis morning th<* Nkretraipa |M ,,' B|] .,.,. reriiftent-i of the Garde ???i '-'(,[?,- ? med In li ?? al the Berlin Arsenal, ?I mar ).<?, to Ihe monumenl tn Frederl k tin* Gr?t. tn fronl < f arhli li had been erected an .-ilt.-ir. ?^ th* rr i-r.- ,,' this iiiiar Blood the eoverelgna of ?Mf-flou* Herman Btaten and ii.-- Oertnan princes, **} tB the lefl Chancellor von Capri vi, with the flgrBg-dera of ;.'l thi - rt imenta The Km* *Tt* tad King .lexandei <?. .*-'.-r\i:t viewed tba ?Mb fran ., balcony of the palace of Emperor gilliam !. The kv wns covered with dui! clouds, ?*? *B__ch ;i '"il. diizsllng rain fell Intermit* '"?'iv A litt> :,'-... |. ,/, loch the Emperor, heading ?h* NMpani of lha lal Reglmenl of il..- Quardi *hi'h ir aI. , , | ,,, hi, person, arith 'lr'- 132 nea "-????'.art!,, lefi thi ai nal foi thi poi where the ****MM*-* ol the day were !?> ink.- place Crown ?^?Mflfrederick William commanded the UBcoli -**?**??-.. Emperor William, willum! dismounting. **"*>* hand* -arith tbi aoverelgn* .ir* the Oe man ?Mn \v t..*, the greetlnga arere ended, a choral *?* Kiw-, !,;. the Garde* Cuirassier band, and JjMflrFrommel opened tbe service* ol chr! l< Ing n* rir-,- colon. Al the close ol the ceremony a *****Jt*/ of thirty-three guns was Bri i In the Lust *""'*'' thai choral ara* performed, and the -"?Ptr.-r. from hla (...rs.-, addressed the soldier**. H* MU in ?i .stance: gi""*dovei now to the i - a fourth battalloi ? thi r 22- ? them lo thi care ol thi ?anders , ... ,, Ui"1 i then agalnsi our foreign :?-> : it remlnii* fat'hir '?''" ;'" " wu? l;- ?*''?? *'hen in'- grund an-! -i i" ?""''"'?r- .' . regarding Iii*; intention* *nd _ -,|!" ? '" '*". ?' Ixatl n ol -.ui ?ure* *''h *"?','!i,t?-i ?'.! <ii ti!.-. I ind cen "!o-d,',v :""1 thu ' ''"-:l";'' rrom v. u and . vate i- :: ' ? * Blve to you the rolora. Cult! ?**n ?i'.iiV'.','' '':-.'' ""? ",| iradltlona and youi '?' Oer ,,,,,'"'.'V1" - colora aa Ihe former arml. for th r"i- ?",1"'*'"'! ihHrs, faithful unto death hon, .,;?"!?",'-' agalrai foe* abroad and al _ .,1a-, .,,?. ,.,.?? ?. ,?s vli.]((i for ?,'"' l:|'-"'.timi then eallad tor three che-jra ?he ,r, ***e***t, which wens haartlly Kiv?*n, nml ?"oops marshell h. review leaton tha Emperor. ^jJ^HKll PROTB_t"aJt SCHOOL IN MADRID. ?ehooi ',' Pf*' 1S- Anoth?r I'rote.-itant ('hiin-h :^r \.'0l ' '? '"' f,,u,;?!*', '? 'h" Ma...M dis* ***oked murh -.JiT ,,"K"" ul ?'"-*- Thf" new* has ??,r!l'-* newsoaS.? ?in?,*Lan*i '""? protests. The ??*?ata. ew,?*?"-*" 'ead the atta.-k upon the Prof ba le? ar CHINA DESI ROI'S OF PEACE. JAPAN iTAS not REJECTED HER PRO? POSALS. OREAT BRITAIN THK INTERMEDIARY RUMORS OP a Bia BATTLE NORTH OP Tin: TALOO - FORTIPTINCI M El ii KUM El REVOLT NEAR I'i". .'ii >\v I...ii.]..n. dot. iv "The Dall) News" will pub? lish to-morrow this seml-ofnctal statement: "A da) or two after th.- lard Cabinet Coun <ii. fin' i Informed Oreal Britain that she waa prepared ta negotiate for peace "ti .?.?nain t.i ms. ci-.-.-u Britain made overtures ... the Powers ..ii .1 new basis of negotiation, and ask..I Japan whether the terms >.f Buen would form 'h.- basti ,,f negotiations for peace. Japan .li.l n.'t reply definitely, bul has nol rejected m.- proposals, T!i.- maj,.rity (.f th,- powers are In bo ..r.i with Oreal Britain, ami lhere is a likellh.I that ih.- ..th. rs will ass, nt. The In? tervention ls purely diplomatic, and Ih offered lo both combatants In the friendliest spirit." The Shanghai correspondent "f Ihe Central News says that the Chinese Oovernmenl is milking greal efforts t" raise a domestic loan, riff erl n| 7 per cenl Interest. Several milli.ms have I.--, n taken nlread) 'i'd' work .-ii tin- fortifications at Wet-Hal Wei i- it-**..1 forward with feverish haste The old ""i-ts have been strengthened, new mn's ir. Ruing up, and all Ihe weaker points are covered with earthworks. Troops gre ntrailnp, there rapidly, bul many "f them ? !? Indifferently eqiil|.-"*d The garrison ls borough!) alarmed for the safety of the port, ? ii.I r rumors as to an approaching mach ire set nfloal aln ? ???? dnlly. The com ' - k.I reason t" i *ipe*i i a sudden al - a ; fi ? ,i .- ? mn. 1 ti hus brok' n i ut in the iii tri. I Koo-Chiiw, .url |,* i fable persons are ? '? ? Into Hi. cit) Ly lum lr- ls. Th ? feai ? I .i'i i- h.i- h. ? ? ntl). and . : - < and mines ii iv.- boen lal 1 in the ?? I nf tl:" Min Th- ri* er ha - b i n no can I thal navigation !..i~ bi ime ilunger-ous. ?,i Wednemla) a lunk true! r i ;;* lo nnd wa ?los ri to i.i.-.-. s Moat of I he crew wei \ dispatch lo "T'i.- n: ?!??" rrom Pi ? Anh ir, ? ' ' - li iys the Japanese h ive ih itidnn 1 Thornti n Hai en and adi an ? .1 lo . ' . [niel vi i ii th ** ar simngl) I i l ? I* reported ir native cir li thal i : ?? il batlle wat rough! north "f Ihe Val ? ?? l: ? ii 11. : ibei 15, l rr n ? detail* are tr. ? n The it: ? . ila deny - * 11 > .. : i he re? light. Parti Oct. 1* T ie "Sl< ? le." in a Ic'.e dla lissi:-;,* the Eastern war, Bays thal fran.sn ml .1-..-uss the Coreen question whlli the Bril h hoi I Kg) pt. the gate I isla If I i take pla e In thi K.ist, . ? ta-eei Ihi Powers regal dli g i must be li l b) po ?,.. r '? - In king lo tl i"ii of Egypt by England. AS "THE DAILY NEWS" SEES IT OME WEIRO \N'i. MTSTIFYINO ' ??*:i:n: ? THE REPt'HLP'AN ? "\\ EIH li ?N I ?K TARIFF REEOl ' London, < H t. li 'The i (all) Kt n i" * emorrow a leadei Rei nveri ri of Tariff Reform." Th.- writer say* tempting offer of a - III ? ir.'..a r, ? ne* rerts ti f'nmli l the vei moment ai hen the) ire i , - . ?? ?'.-..;???' ll r . lilht 1 rain f r lh*> 1 ? -i. ? ..? them 'iam tt.. ;r ^-i ? ii fl i . to trim Ihe ? pollcj i-i null i knot of Pro ctlonlata In th**ir own camp MEW AMBASSADOR PROM ll'STRM ERR HENGELMPLLER VuN HEVOERVAR TO ir' SEN 1* TO '.'* ISHINO' I *-' Vienna Od ? ll -r Hengelmulter v n ll .u*1 Mlnlstei ? i i.i an 1 at ? ? ? ? Mini ter to lirasll, haa l a* ik?trlan Amb i *a I r al '?*'? lal ATAL ACCIDENT T< I V1SCOCNT DRCMI.ARIO !..,n l in, ' '.'t ll i' ir ?n Kel! tter ki rig. a I . || ? r dead 1 laj ihll. hunting al lt 1. , lu- Krl'lgwitei nj. p il trent of ihi Mai f <J nt of thi I Hal I r. ? ?' ? '? He* EPORT OF AMEER'S HEATH NOT COS FIRMED Simla, Oct l- Tl ? -, ..-.*? I n , .-.a.tum.ri n of I.lat 1 :j:.-.-r la dead I. ..-, lon, O t ll "T ie ('hr mlc.e" print iai the Indi in <'? m i ami nt, li vii * ??' I .th of Ihe An I lj tarte.l a, en ima ? H.-ldiera "ti the m ir:h ' ir thi Kr.' lier I' rin.'l) al outlel fr- m Ir. rr i Inlo 11. ipi r dim n lits ihe n - i'. h iwi ? ".-PREMIER MERCIER RAPIDLY BINKINO Montreal, Oct. Il Bx-Premler Mercier li i- ;,i: i hi* death ma) be exp ted il inj timi he .). ton ba ? allowed hla removal from Notre ime ll-, i.n... :.'?;.".-. . i r n EARS POR THE STEAMER FALCON'S SAFETY si. John's, N. P.. Od ll \; othi i sevi re .-? n m v-.pl ??'*! ihis co Isb! night, ai.mpanli i I il ,, I-. Thi ml not abated yel The i ? fi >m Phlla . . ' irrlv I ien md gr -al appn henel felt foi '?ty. lill. TREXTOX uri:ui:u CO.'S A PP A TBS. Tn ni in. N .1 . ' iel U ' >n heh ilf of I la H Ab i igh, admlnlstratrlJ ol Spencer M. '? | -? .,-,*. i. Messrs. l-athr ip and Ollp i ml l day in I hill in the Court ..f Chancery asking foi the ap ilntmi ni of * rei ? Iver t" wind up the affairs -'. Ihe r-rit..n Rubber Company. Her husband wai one the Incorporatoi-a of ti." company. Thi ere Frank v Magowan, Allan Magowan and Win? ni p. Hay.**. The original capital Bloch of U00.0C4 .,.-? increased In IM to taOMOO. snd tin stock tr/ai vlded Into HW sharea, of which Alpaugti held 810 iares Hi* widow, the plaintiff, hold* them now. ntll ., recent date, she nay* In the bill, thi busi . v. ,- ,i very large and profitable one, bul non .? r...-t..rv ls ii" longei devon I i" Ihe manufacture pack ng and mi Cnanlcal rubbi i formerly, bul to the manufacture of what I* lown in the rubber ira i- ? "Bh ?? >?!> " Slnci IK**-*. .- hill goes on, Prank Magowan .ml the othei f.-niHin-. havi* organised Ihi Trenton Oil t'loth impany, tin Empln Rubb i Manufacturing t'.nn ny .,,.,| the Eastern Rubbei Manufacturing (.jin? ny. Magowan is pre ll ll.impimi . , | ,i, i a.i ? capacity, oi ii lr. . ur. Ih< bl I ai i - ,,i he ha* paid nul largi -um- ..( -noney bt-'onging t ,, Trenl .n Rubbei ? "omp my, lo oi for rn um lo thi I trimi rn -if the ?jt-named con ? i n. CA PTA IS "AME" BRAHAM IXDICTRD Freehold, .**'. J.. Oct. Il (Special). The Orand iry, which cloaed it* labors yeaterday, broughl In bil] bi alni' Captain "Ja. I." Qrahsm, Mar b il ol racy City, for assault and false Imprisonment, a* complslnanl was Charles K Bell, treasurer ol . in i Ijoi i Mi nufflcturing Company, of Hills iro, OhlD, who, while on ? flail to Asbury Park arrested and Imprisoned under the rectlon of Marshal Oraham, charged with pocket ?kiln-,. Oral un ordered Captain Rogers, pol lei I. >-r, to maki the ari at, declaring, lhal he knew li to i'? .. well-known criminal. When ibe rase me before Squire Borden, of Ab bur j Park, for i aring, Oraham lefl t-.v.r,. after aKauring the Ju* ? lha) hi could ? bstantlate his eharg. *, li. ll ..un Indignant, and mad< good his threat t.i r - rn from unlo and appi tr before the Crand Jury atna! <;.'.i' am .ii ram "Jack" Oraham I* well-known as ? |. ,i [ Jersey City politician, and figured prominently the r ' d >.n the b. okmakera two yean ago Hi ut also th" sergeant at-arma ..f the Houae Con ii.-, api olnti 'i i Investigate the hm thoda by ilch "Hilly" Thompaon, ihe "I mk - of Ol.'eater. rared iii-* laat election t., Ihe New-Jersey \s mb ly. ot leonis sos ARD UH WIPE IXDICTRD InlTiil'.. N. Y . Oct IH The limn.I Jury rbis after ,n finished its Inquiry Into tin* facts .if tin- .-ase iln* People ni-lins! Clarence anl Marah Robinson ? thc ni.iri.-r .if Montgomery Olbb* on tba night of irli 'Di. Beth -hu-.lauriI and Wile sra nil. -I.-.I for i crime lt la held In tha ladJetnieat that the ibtaSOM were In Hi,- at ,,', eommlttlag a rr nv un thc shot vmi* Brad and ihat thc crima waa ir.i.-r m thc fir*! degree, Requlaitlon paper* will made out for Robinson, and if (j,,vernor McKln* ' approve then; he will be broucbt to Buffalo and r signed. I'l VIER IX A BRAWL. BADLY BEATEN BY TEKULSKY IN' "PAD? DY'S" OLD BARROOM. HR vii BED 111.-' FORMER FRIEND OP TREACHERY A.M. V,\s BO lil IROI'OHLT v. I't'TI ''? THAT RE HAD TO 00 TO A PHI hi AN Vi HAT WU I. RECORDER SM VT'I .-AV* Police Justice P. Dlvver did not take his place ? n the bench of the Tombs Court yesterday. He waa nol to be found In his customary haunts. It was learned thal the "Jedge" was In Beclu?lon at his h >me, No. T Madison-st., snd thal he did nol desire to i..- seen by anybody outside of hla i-i..*--.* circle of li n.11 .i**-- elates. The cause of Justice Dtwepfl withdrawal from participation In the stirrln-*- affairs of life for ii"t even thc n.-ws .., .Mr. Straus'a with? drawal could bring bim "ii: -<t bin shell can be told in a few words. Mr. Dlvver had a "bone t-. pick" wiih his Bucressoi In control of the liquor si.>n- No. ii:: Part Row, Morris Tekulsky, the ex-preeldenl of the New-Tort Uqimr-DealerB' Associallon. The "Jedge" went to Morris's bar? room ..ii Wednesday afternoon while Mr. Tekul? sky was nut, nil "laid" for him. Knowing lhal Mr. Divver bad lt "in" for bim, and no! being leslrous of trouble, Mr. Tekulsky stayed bwaj from hi'- i'la e of business foi some hours, hoping that the "Jedge" would i include to p stpone any settlem*?nl he mlghl have to make until ? ime time, when his Irritation might be allayed. Bul Mr, I mi * ? r pro* ed tu ts n "go ?i si iyi r," and a-hi ii Mr. Ti ii ilsky Bnall) was nbllg a : itter of urgent buslm ss to go i , ss, Mr l ?h *??!? was .ill there, ch. . li j . h.- Lr.' ?: i '? ? r ni gi ... ? ? uglii . vei \ ur., nent. When Tekuisk) - nt< n 1 I ?.? \ -i ? i ? ni di bud gel of grievances, accusing Tekulsky ol Ingrati tu le and I reacher) al various time* in the i nurse ' Dlvvei absi i.ii ihe P u .'. ? ?' ..it lasl win? ter and ; ri ?-. n hlle hi - ' hi * e Liing icnt tn prison, nd Ith his i" r ? i -mli v.: i had br* n al work i ? un lei - I WIT'S, lilllie;; |ll th>* lld A*belll bl) Dlstrici As 1 I up these i harg. - k) (-rr '???. re* nd nally "hot," and h ? ; lld l ':* ver In plain langi, e that hi ll il l'l\ \ KU i.Al I.Y "HONE PP." Il still) li i qui kl ? : ll -wed, whl. hi< ? - the "Jedg ... proved to bo nd when hi DI VI ! ' ! " it* r fr in hi* itt li ? hal wn : ? bowed I Tl e "Jed| In In Shani ' ? ? ? afti his woui ? I, hi ?'as lak ri .-? >me ???" \i- I ? thal he wa - ;? u a "siati s:.. a iv Mild v. rh Mr T< kulsk* an lad ?!.?*.?? i - Mr. Teku irk >f the . lr n ill ii ii injure "Paddy" I .wi much In Lave li knot ? ., barr n bra n I v. hi h n as dui to I li ? l ma n who ? . - v. i. ? I* ,- i :? a. |.t . ? r the Tai - i | iti..ns ? ' ? I. < .'. ' .? ? -,i . I ? tl ? a ' : ,: t).,-r I . i ? r -M. I il B i'i: WUK i ip p \|.;.v " Al th.- -ihii- Hrne, lt mus! bi galling t i Re rder Smyth l e the si I i ? Police Jus . v\i!b r.i.. 1 a'll i .rn clothing-, an-i id'-* ling fr m In Biri * ? iibtruded Into th( ni I: I e r I s t r y 11 title* him t ? :? el< '"1 >n ll th*- a| I l" ' ' ??? ..ii-.- l .- hsd .- i person ill) f ?! i-i un ar. I km -v him to b ?!':.?? I I ?m *? ? 'i '? ? ' ? ,..-??'. bi .i.|.|'i;i- ' ! ? ? 1(1-1 Up .I ' . . . . ? i.- ? . I 1 I \ ' ? Hi* In-lt-il the rul - ral rd In tl. ; ' : I. Th< lr bul In nt ha ? ' ?> . I ? *.? n . i ? :. : i in ? ? ? l ? n : ...lu'.-iv every \ isl igainsl Maj nari was br is n oul KVIDKNi K HAIU) T<' flK f I ? i lunate!). ? . ? a (ra in t Dlvvei I ll! I I l J ii ? .- I ? ?hi ? |. to 1 ? ?? IHIM lt ?'? i a I a lill i I li WIT I l| :.:..- '"? :?' ntl I let li il I lowe Vi ii .-'i ,: iiilcrg illili pun -.'?!? ni : ? il .. i ld ling lt wu ' ? a- . Ihat DI i ? . i .-. . Ii*h I '.mi he n .[ fte ??! li i Sri ??' h a i Sal ban Ktrau Ihat tin . help : ? . i ? i - . - carter* hart In lu ed bini ' - ' "mm his I. ad il 11,.- lld Dhu election wa ric- In. i len! nf \v. In. il t noon m i) have f basti mut,- Un-- action, although i ?? in- iii.ubi thai I'.-, . ? : .?? ni "hi il I. vii" the ..... lion fraud In thi I ' - lei ?hlch J- im VV. ; .ti" l -??? king tn I , Tekulsky, who bough) Dlvver** barroom winn hal friend nf Ihe "bun o Btcerers" was placed m ihe ben h to disgrace the name ni Judge, is ii mlneni In the affairs nf the liquor dealers, md he, too, ha* been bioughl Into notoriety by he Lexow Committee. He promised Ihe Sena ..!?-? to bring lo ih. r,, the n.ls of the Liquor >? tiers' * - tallon, but they "dlsapp are,!" indi i clrcumstann ? which em -? nu rredil on 'ekulsky Naturally, ss ? leader "f the liquor* ellers, Tek ilsk) has greal Influence In Tan: can) Hall, and Richard Croker hid him elected ., ihe Constitutional Convention s year ago, "Paddy" will ur doubt) div suffer severely in he .-tim ir:.ai ..f the thugs who have done bis nil fica I wak by his encounter with Tekulsky. hey lldn'l mind aboul hi*, connection with he Krecn goods" Industry bul i" have him com ,|ftely "ku eke l out" In i I llghl In whl h be ,., i ?,. aggn oi nu ? di -'ii ? Ihem be) ond tilRRCTORB <>l lill. BAXR BESPOXSIRLI Buffalo, i'- t ll 'I ii I"?? ri ral T< i rn it Bocl ? lei ,. i. rd iy uriah I ill!) "f thi roughl by the Empire State Saving* i luffala agalnsi the Hoard nf Director! ol ll pri le essor, tlc National Having Hank, to recover li '. fi om lhal Insiltui in b) Ihe cashier, i: I ?a--.i Dann, and ihe cs ? af! n >w g. trial The epositor* In Ih complalnl allege fha! ll * rn ,.- i-i tl ?? .- dp ibl. ni gilgem ?? of tl,, directors rho signed thi fraudulem bank I itemi nt* thal ..nm n i ebl?. lo steal i lal a nm I .. lei the lanklng aci th director* n rhi have b - n pro .. i,,i agalnsi criminally i -i perjury ir signing i, false statements, bul lt nra* deckled to bring a a, il null foi thi in ? n Of lien i stol, li ?dor* demurred i" the complaim on tbe ?-i lund wt there was no ca'is*> of aeiion RViown ui tatute, bul Ihe c >nersl Ti rm d cldi i .... ? ii m. EXPRESS EMPLOTES ARRESTED. Tnt Dalles, Ore., Oct I* After removing r S [ill from his |. Itloi thi p ic -. Ihe ill,iii-, ol Ihe Pacific Kipre- Company placed Ed nr i Kurt/. In charge nf t' ? ? ? Bli . ind caused HUI, i ? ng< : '?*.:.i ri- . i, i m. * if- tm. m, nibb in* lo ? arrested. The) srere accused ..f comnllcli) in , mi l.-r, night's robb ry, erl n "fl *,<-,, Wtt stolen, he) srere released later lu thi iU) on Ihelr nun ?cognlsanc ? uui i-i/.?/:/? roR a um.n ri: Bufsula, l. T. Oct 1ft The membera of Hm Cook mg >.f outlaw* were In ChecotSh Tuesday Right, ioin;h they made no effort r > mol*-sl any one. They ft there yesterday m..mini-, coming in thi* dlrec* nn, and las! nigh! 'Vi-re Camp 1 ah ml Iw,, miles jrth of I'uf.iul.i. |us| .icron^ th.- river. Business .n havi been anticipating ? rad by them. and. a.* cottsequence, every .inc I* amn-d with ? rill.*. II Missouri. Kaaasfl ail I Texas trains are heavily larded, and a hold-up la expected at any Urns. STRAUS VIRTUALLY RETIRES , HIS ULTIMATUM TO HILL. _ ; THE SENATOR'S REPLY -STILL BE RE? CEIVED THIS MORNING. __._ lin ii ID ALREAD1 DECLINED th villi.ii " TAMMANY CANDIDATE'S DEMAND THAT BTROXOg NAME BHOI'I.D NOT BE PRINTED ON HILL. BAUDOTB RY PORTS TO OKT BX M W- 'ii GRANT '1" Rl*N. The retlremenl of Sathan Straus bs the Tam* many Hall candidate for Mayor was look ! upon last nlghl rb virtually certain, lt left the Tammany leaden In a pllghl of demoralisation ami despair with hard!) a parallel In the previ? ous political history of Mew-York. A mon ter? ror-stricken, dejected, dispirited and forlorn collection of politicians ? ould scan ely be de Bctibed than th.- "leaders" who made wild trips between the Union Square ii itel, Tan Hall, City Hall and I ?? mot ratlc Uti te Hi ad quarters during tha mos) of yesterday. The formal announcement of Mr. Strau withdrawal from the leld was .'Ithh ld, ll ? generally believed, not because Senator HUI'* reply t>> Mr. Straus's ultimatum had nol ai rived, bul lo stretch oul nn far aa possible ihe llmlti d time foi iii ? w lection of a candid ? 10 stand in Ihe gap. The nairn ' of Andrew ll. Oreen, the fa.li r of the "Greater Sew-York." and ? \ 'i i ? r Hugh J, ("rant were mo ' cu*-s**d i.' tlc dis) rs I tl m. - who wi re c.*i!li -I upon !?? mi ? t ri . m..*! di ; ? n '?? Itt n lililn ' he ii ri ii . r th' oldi l Ne-*, I rn i< |?ol 11 i, ian. The t* ll autl entli al I i I thn! Mr. Straus would refuse to i 'main al - he hi the Wigwam lb kel If Mr Hill' n nh ps Ma) or fJraci I ir the prli i 'ommii t.t . ? is on i he same official ballol n Ith the Dei ..t.itl tl. kel wai d sh -i'l. y by M Strau ment that 1 : A I-. Ki:,I,- r, 1. . to St Iiatol lilli. * -,? i- ii ':? ? ?? ? 'i'i i- in i tallied ul. ,.,..., bi ? - iii\ know fl Mi ? ? ' i- itnm !,. th.- I >* mocratlc ma hine ca nd for Governor, ri uirlng him I ? rec< le from hl.i ? :?? . -. i i > . ahlch i connected with r Tann ? ? Iqu in rs thal he woul i ' rn;: r ?.*-.:?:?? ? 1'fl TURK \T "\\ hen I get a reply fi nator Hill 1 ihnll ha \ ?? i.. ?? - big new : ." n .i- M i :'' \.:,\ of Informing the reporters at his h**adquar n th< Union Sq Hotel, whai h ? i id 'I-,.. ?. -.. -.?< ,' |) on ' om Inn tlon pul ui n the act of Mi Wtrau* snd I .' " I ? ? '?' il,.- tray I Healed to rid hil y I ;, I, 1. -i !..?? r; ? -ri hull rn.-hr false i !-. pi . ? h If accepted i ??i'- '? !'???'lit ml) in ?!.-:. ?' rd !' di '? ll S >l Ol I ri I himself let 1 ?? H.- ? aili;-,I- ri I,, in lui*, rotten, decomposing t ? i of Hall. I-i! he . -v. 1 '!.?? .-r; men on whosi ?>. 1 ai.d faalt) he mui t rely for bia rill' .* him foe the I,.-a.I ,.f tbe Sta! I'..U, .- . ? ? ?'????'. ? Mr. HUI to froi ? ? , ? here, ?? 1 .'ii \v. -li. ... . . Ing Mi Mar! foi med Inn. >| Ml HUI Mr. SI ?? bal Mr. 1 ? . lld . i . - . i . . trip lo II ? ' : ' h.. the Park / Hot.-l. M ' I ' ? . ' i lin H I . I ? ??.:? b . ? ir publl k. I .., :? lr. Straus's pilvi'l .-ii ? : I 1; ; lb. in had held -ill! ? ? bul thi v. helming del ? ? , ex Ms r Grant, .1 bn M. I I C ni ls- i : -: ii.-i Martin. J l'n I J din F. 1 lon had lu en ira h ctn . . i ? . i i , ? ? \ ? .. ? ? ? ? ii able li living to In. ba k hla : letter to HUI and ? Hut Mr. t ? :? . I : ? ? ' Tarnma! -. this I M ? nh. r- in n reputation* tl preva insnvory Tan t|u.i I li |* .i ? -' : ? bout the rn ne of the I | : r v up. I Tlrnoi h) "l ?rj - ' I inilar" Hulll' -ii wa ? n ban I, lu .1 - ex W n i i. formerl Ludlow i*tre. tl . - lol i. J lt' an, ol i.. ?*. w I 1 fame; P. il lc. i Daniel P. Mc- I ' Ma hi I.. Mr. (i I iiienant In the .-* unipa t'h.irb I' Mm ph; . n il i for i..-? , ? nun.! er ol ' \ i ' ? Willi im Dali in, .1 im. s \V ll ? man and IXth Dlstrici leadei. "Pat" Ki rr m, .?\ '' .m.: > Clerk; Maurice Pen ther* ? \ lt. ?. ? i-i. i .1 hn R Illy, Poll ?? Ju tlc v. ? i b nn | "Tommy" Dunn, Ihe Wigwam' i . ? ? ? con? tra lol The confei nc was long sei lons and ni ?-1 di 'iresi ing lt lasl I nearly thre< I irs, Vol. , low, meian 'hoi . br ki n n ith > ni lon ..:? ' .1 ri .- il 1.. hi ard ai thej tl ? -i- -I otu ? ?? th ? high!) salural ' un *phei ? \ m :. n . ?I wi never i'i di ibi) .-tr Uggli I with . i ? ... I dei iru ll A full h in i"-' i ? i-i ? mfi ? ? nee came ; . un end, Nathan Strau* came it I ttm ng ':;? h - . ir Tl el ?? >* : - ll'i ii.i.r ! greet li for anj h 11) Mi Strau - ? face ?a.i - * loll I and "I h.i, ? nothing '. 'i ? ? ?* i to ay," he t.-i. il, ai he hi ush< I pa H I ? ?? i itortcr* before the; . mid ?? ik him for thi lab I il. if thi tuatlon *"i i IRK INC! . '"??' BX MA Voil iii: wt. Uh. n the gall 'I Ing dispur ? I after 7 p, ni. ' ? \ i y m.i a ii* la red i h ii he li ul i. ithlns ? !??::. fl * ii- anted n rcrthelei . thal after iii , i forts t" Induce Mr Straus had pr ?.??! unavail? ing, a universal onslaught a i made up?n .??*. Mayor < Irani i" Induce him to acc. pi th i imln i ll m, and i tan i In the pla ?? In whii h he had lone so much i" pul i>.- i Mr. Sn m - i ?rn.-j- i al Hi-- polls I ? one def cn i -vere In nan,-.-.1. his pi rsonal , pulurlt) and large ac lualntanceship dilan d up m, . nd he ?-. , i .1 a. .1 ;.. .rmi.ai ? ile- example of David li. Hill | ii Saratogj, ai il saci Hie ? bl ii .-'ur I) ii- ic'- i y ,i I I ible i ? rind a tim ? ,-. hi a his pat l; ? ? ic ? 'i- -l lu n, bul ; . all ii. ann.'.-- Mr Granl lurned a d if , ir, ur, al l ?. n ie hi erm I to do so ll ha , ? ,..,| | . * ..* a .-andi.lat.- If he would, i ir he ha I bound lints. If i" his busln ss associates for u term ;' wi years liol t i fl cpl anv ?, litlcal ,.m .. ,IV, I hi re I.ul I nol llsti n to th ai.al, Re mrts were floating thick nnd 'asl i i-i night, i iwevi r, thal Mi ' Irani ha I b --n prei alb * i.,i insider the proi asl tlon, and thal this moi li? ng would find him the Tamman) candidate for dayor agalnsi Mr. Strong, lt was the npln! n if itu bes! politician* from the Battery t ? the funk, is line thal ii Mr. Gran! dm "make the ... rilli ??" anil enter the rs ?-. io- will b w hl| p d ,,, badly that he won't kn iw bin ? lt will nol be neoesaar) to call the Tammany lill County Convention to- 'ther i i aln t" nil Hr. Straus's Plsce upon the ticket. .'. rem du tl i idopted by the convention which nominated the rammany Hall ticket di.lober ld emnowered he Tammany Executive Committee, which is, M rompoasd ol Ihs rdaty dlstrici leaders, to till all ii - -I ,.v Continued oa Third I'll ge. I SI J BURGLAR SURRENDERS. HE HAD BROKEN INTO EDGAR VAN WINKLE'S HOUSE. j AFTEfl TAKING A NAP HE BTODE A BOOK-THEN r : r ?: ii,: was ILL ni: OAVE HIMflELP ff Mis CAREER AS A HOUBE-BRJGAKER. A mild-featured man with black lide-whiflfcerfl and tuns',oh., walked into thc Mast Plfty-flrst-st. Btatl i. early i??t nii;ht, and lui a red-cov? ered in..,it on thc desk in fr.mt of Sergeant Qebe ?-? in. "i :t,.:.- that book," be said, "aad want to Rive If ir, " Th.- sergeant believed thc man was a - i liiirr from whom h.* had stolen thi book. Tire fi:: said li,a! h.- had broken Into a housi at Na a Bast Porty-thlrd-et. on Wednos day night. I'..- found the Iron door at thc back ol the icu-' open snd hud made his way in by breaking the class of the inner door an.l releasing r. itch. H" went on to .*i:iy that be had sone uti Into the ii*.'US' and not lin.Unit any looney In the h.ci-', tri i turned on the gas and lighted lt. After n i nm: for mi" tim* from thc hook he found th. i". he hui lain down on thc lonni,'.- and slt-nt mi morning. He ti" n quietly aro.-re and let hjm .->-,: oi.i ths front door. T'i.- - rgeanl, after listening to this astonishing wa* more tuan ever certain that the man was Insane, hut h.- - nt a policeman to thc house ,.: So. ?( i'l.i-r Porty-thlrd-st., .md found U w_s thc !. ii i" ..r Edgar ;;. .'an winkK it arma reamed by i il .-..a ma' the house lid be ii entered rh" ni.-ht I.-for.-, and ihat th-- case a.id been reported - j .. ?? Detective Campbell was even then , but the t rg* mt ha l not been In? form! i of iiiis fact. -Mr. Van Wink!" came to tic* >n arith i:c- policeman mr l Identified Um n >-k. ?-M< i v. ? i m English hi tory. The en -?? ..I ;! - I burglar I* an la* ? ? 'i..; one. ll-.- gave his name :i*-- night as - Trail, <>' fi" South I'.::'. Avenue Hot-:. li ni nt) elghl year* old, .ml on November ? j, under tl name ??'' Charles Amir ??*-. en? tered the I ' '-: ?-'. Bromley, at No. I Wes! I'.-'- , . ? al aboul :'. o'clock in th- morninv ?i ? . ,- :. ...- :??! by Ri ir.'ls':;,ui Walling, and in Fifth i.- . n r Fifty ? I-st., fired two i ifflcer returned th.- lire, hut neither -.. , . blt. although the burglar was captured. The if Frank I' i' ie, lr. Fifth ave., had bet . , j, . days bel and had ts n to d of in the After a.nie -?? waa caught it was . r with which h- bad r hil been taken from Mr. Coe'a bouse. \ ; . ,.; Hiss Coe was found in thc mn ??:?.( that time For these burglaries Trail nra sentenced to .-'ir ?? ..: * .. -.,-?. i.-:i for his good behavior he ? frei four months ago '''-ill told the po? ll .. | ? night lhal he Lal entered rh- house in nh which to buy bis .., - ? ?? il. Hr- -,ii that h" had an .... . and a- h. couldn't raise thc ? ? !,,- a . '.i !-, bo bach t.. sm..- Bing 'A- ls under tl..- lefl lung, twent] yeara 'or mc." he .li. ? bul I < ant laa -o\ m..nth-. .,: ! ...t i, ti..r it ntmenl st --'.ti-; Sing than I nrhous. fi,,. . | -.a Interested In the hi-* , ,i ?'ir Mi Van Winkle's library, and .?.a. arith him Th" family lia.I hook, and thc detectives were watch :.:-. a. rcs for him yesterday. In thc Ihe mai, sail h" hal always "worked" i , i. ,|n ? . .,-.,; r. ver ha I .. partner, ne says that I- i,as :i father living In Swltserland who ls well He ls .ri Intelligent ippeartng mun and has a -..,, ! . | ? ' language iti- prisoner win i"- arraigned in rockville Court MR. PVLLHAN REPLIES TO HIS CRITICS. ms reverence to thi: sTiiiKi" in ms nEronT Afl 1 l:':srT\ i" OP THK CAR COMPANY? ALL Tin: DIRECTORS RE-ELECTED. Chleago, Oct II I'nusual Interest attaches to the annual meeting of Pullman's Palace, Car ('om held 1 lay, on account of rh.* part taken thi company In the lust bl* railroad -.trike. \. . \; . President Pullman, In his r< :'.>rt, r ? '.. rr ?? -?? i ? ? ? li h.-th. replying to ' ti ly whl *h have been made ? ? ni from time lo time The usual quar? t/a* declared. A* th" il yrnr i luly 31, 1 M, the report covers lil ; ar", of tlc Woi l ,' * Fair bush A ll r. 11 ree ti were re-alec ted. as follows: ? "ir Bil Field, .!. W. No.it..-. in.) O sa. Bprague, Chicago; .' Hulbert, Sea \ ork, and Henr) R. Rei I, foi the year la 12,'.. 1,411 M. plu ... I 1.0. i.Oi". In hi--, report, Mr. In ri '? r i,-: ? in the strike: tantlal change In the ear ? ? , and the . ---. ir,,-;s taken by us ? ii,-- sine and those taken since the strike i ite?l at prlci that give no prorlt. re taken bi ? ? -n.*- thi shops .m. i" mg ? ? ? .i foi the rej aird g of the i. and to uli ea much < mplo) - '?I., m the i rest ni ?"! tm.m .,: busl rned In vsrlous ?,i\s that a goo l m. sulk.- i"-' Bight of ita ri, and i ned the imprr il m thal lt was il b thi ? tn at Pul.rn m. nol being len iv;:i-es u I.- n in,-.-I from the tn.:u ? I '? ? I'hls ls nol true. nun mployed al 'ti" shops ls ile of a io-- now I the same as I u ? *?? ? ? ni the timi of the strike, and r nts ?iv pud A* tn thi ti,,::, who .i re N ne of thi r-i were evicted, or .ige.s of rent; thi re n .i i.rilir.ii voluntary denarture of unem* is thi ?? h.i?? found Work :. iw :;.? ol ih. rn remslnln . il the hop* . ni) abo il KW and ? '1.- i. malndi r hay" rel arni d ? rm r w rk rv nh. I believe a widely p r* iai the) have b arne 1 b) ? ap, rlence hal tl ? I., in) wa* ? irnesi In befriending them ? kb .- thi in wii- ti int! ,* is to b ? : ind n ? in hem work .it wages which th* i product did not iustlf), ar* 1 nen *i of th* Inter il of i n.s company ? - fare 1* far more to be trusted than th-' rom ,.-,-,:, who mis!.-,I them. 1 ? . , I attention to their work the me ?ii.mi. * i ve, under the tame scale of prices, In i ed iii. i iverag dal!) earnings from tn,-? in \. rll lo I", lt In the ii**t half of September, the , t report received i1 The fiscal report say* that IW.m possit meta 9 % re carried during the year. Th-* illffi-renee he ween 'hi' year's surplus and that of la*t yar Ls *?? i :? i by th. difference In travel on account ol he strlk SHE shot HEB Hl'SBAND'S BROTHER. li: HAP WON HER uri*, il '\'S AND THEN IK ii: Mil. uri: mihi RORINALTO WILL i i. Ul VIILY I R( 'V i: A Rl'RDERRM, I. . '? B*ere hurrying along One-hundred nd tu nt) nfth ? si 5 '?? o'clock last evening they .?r. i mil., i b) iv. pistol mot* Fired In .int.-! in, and aw Donal to Roblnalto full to tbs lilei ilk and s a man, -ntl holding the smoking . . Iver n her haul, hurrying Across the street, ai. . the cable .-ars and vehicles, ' ird, who beard th.* shooting, hurried ? lh' ?? ? ne m. I aptured Ihe l! elns. **> mian, anl "? ' bi a ling " ,t r 'i ambulance ''.ill took his pris ne.* !-. tho Wi : One-hundreil-and-twent) rlfth-st. Rhe rave her name as Mary Roblnalto, old, an.i said her borne ?.,*i No. " ti i She aid thal her victim was her husband's broth* ., and thal after being Improperly Intimate sith .a- he hs : I lld his brother thal rh" was not true , him. When her husbsi i s cused her of her indcllty ? fierce fight ensued, and the woman i,,ii.:i:i of rei inge Walting her opportunity, sha rei i her husband's revolver In her dress, to-.k a ii. i.-.r i train for Harlem, bent on killing the ian ..h.. inI yon her affections only to betray ? I,, her husband, The wounded man ls an Italian bootblack, twen , four venrs old, Who h.:s (WO stands in from "| n uni \\ ? ? One-hundred-and-twenty-flfth-st., and y.-s al No, HS Eas! One-hundred-and-fourleenth. H.* was removed to il". Manhattan Hospital, here lt ?'ss found thal only one of the shots had ? j.-:, effect; (hat i.Mering low down on the _hi sid,* and passing dlagonallj through bia ., . i ? ',, lt ng ? ? ar th.* backbone At the hos ital lit ? last night lt was -aid that then* was ,n- ii\ a no ?? of his recovery .lin EAU ll! O. MASS.. WO YEARS OED. .ttl ' ro, Mi", Oct. is Tala town began to? il ,i iw , days' celebration of toe MOth anniversary ' ii-. Incorporation, The exercise* began at bub ? with bell ringing and ? salute of Bfty gun*. ii usu nd* of visitors Bren in town. The literary ten * were lied in the Open House in the af? ro, m. .rn I consisted of sn -Bratten by tha Rev. .c-y \. Wales, if Hiddef ird. Me., and a poem hy r Edward Sanford, M. i>, ol Att'sboro. in the ?nina hen* wei-fl a procession of Illuminated floats I id a bicycle parade. ? WI8SIG STAYS AWAY. HIS NAME CALLED IX VAIN. STU.lvax's BOtOM FRIEND NOT ON HAND TO LISTKN TO HIS ACCUSER. THR TAMMANY HKKLMm) AND HIS SON "PHIL" A ri.Krrors PAIR-THET TIUtEATEM TO KILL Al BABBOJBB BAM RE TELLS KOW hi-: *vaS si:t rpi in and BEATEN r.v.oNs<-io'"S rn* Tin: son and two 1OUCEXT****? CAPTAIN COPELAMD '? CALM Al> missj. ..s- that iii: has i.mt VIOLATION Ol- j,A'\" (JO r.\.'i!i:cKKU. Phipp Wissfg. th" Tammany politician who dis? graced himself when he was an Assemblyman by using foal language in the Assembly chamber _t Albany, and who has to.-n nominated by Tammany again, aft*-r bein-' exposed by wit? nesses before theLexow Committee as the land? lord nf a disorderly house who arranged f.,r the protecti.,n ,,f the house by thc police in Captain Hcvfiy's tim*, wis wanted ns a witness before the committee yesterday. H.- failed to respond, but his name was mentioned in cnn. stlon with a tliJ-ea! to kill an apparently harmless man. and hi* son was pictured as s Brant* ra ns "thu-*." Anthony Memana, who If*** - la WimtufB district, testiti.-.i that h" had received a Ie"tccr from young *.V:?slg ofiiy a few nights ago, declaring that ths father .rd Bon would kill him at sight. I.iermaiin bad apn aled to the <?? unsei of th- committee for protection, ann he appeared to Le in mortal ter? ror. Ht declared thar, bs had baan attacked and .-hill).. ! |n ih.- street at night by young Wissig, and that tv i policemen had helped to baal n'.m inst-,ul of di fi liding: him. Membera of the com? mittee declared thar the wltnesa -hould bc pro? tected, and thal the potlcernen who aid".i young WlS-ig ought to bs pur.lshec' There wa* more testimony as to the money '"Ile.-ted in the district east of the Bowery to prevent rh? police fr. ir. Interfering with the keep rs of street stands for the sale of soda water, and most of th* testimony was to the effect that the m ray went into the pocket of John E. Brodsky, who for bm rly rapreseatai the dlstri-t as an Assemblyman. Mr. Brodsky was wanted as ? witness sbm, and he was In thc courtroom for a sh ir' time, but he managed t> slip out and disappear before his name was called. Both Wlsslg and Brodsky may be placed un th- rack i' .ti. P di ??? Captain Copelan l. v.-h'- bas been in eom ti.an i of the patrol for two years, confessed to the committee yesterday aft erm on that he had utterly failed to get evidence of the sale of liquor "ii th i es ri b 'a's in th** harbor on Bundaya In fact, ne confeased that he had not tried to gel evidence of sn -h violation of the law, .-yen after there bad been entered on hla iwn blotter a report that money was being col lected in h!? name from the excursion boats. Mr. ("ff sir^K'-so-d Iliat th-- capt ri, was asleep i st of thi* time. Int he destroyed that Impres? sion by getting the captain to tell about the houses in thc city whirh he hsd bu-ht ar.d lld for. Captain Copeland denied that he knew lila men w.re blackmailing *-gcur*4on parties in (he harUnr. and h.* tri*?d *o excuse his failure to make arrests f..r violations of the Excise law on the river hy saying that th^ excursion boats went beyond his Jurlsi'.rM on. Copeland has been a poiicc captain for thirty yean. The committee spent BMM time trying to And IBI ihe i-xa-'t nature ? f the Stock gambling burl lesa carri ??! on by th.* gt *arna C immlseton c 'ro? any at So. SS New-et., with the apparent ln er.tion to 'ind out later why the police had not nterfered with th.* business. vv. n. Valentina. he president of thc company, gave ur.willing est I mony about a i" 'ul nr ito k Indi it. r bom it his ..ft..v. confessing that he had dictated oa Wednesday the quotations vii: h appeared -n be tape yesterday, and admitting that his iud .m.-rs w m or li it money as they w.re ab'** . guess nt the tin tuatl -i's in the quotations. Rs il* . pr . lu ? 1 some of the ato. ks dealt in at the iff! ??-. and til- committee th 'iiglit the stocks vere bogus snd worthies**. The Inquiry Into the ness wa* n it finished yesterday. The committee will continue the in vest iga'lon oday. a??? POUNDED BY "PHIL" WISSIG. nil: EX-A8SEMBLTMAN*fl BOS CARRIE*? / BM CLUB IK INSI I.TS A MAN S WIFE ANT' TVTM KNOCKS THE PROTE_TIX_ HI'S BA ND Bl NSKLLSB? OTHER RKCREATIOKfl OF THE TAM MAXI rAXDIDATK AXD HIS BOX, when the Senate Investigating Committee met esti lay In Part lil of Um Sup. rlor Court lt was Ultu more prompt In beginning work than ia h.,ny weelu past It ara* only a few minutes after 1:9) o'clock when Ur. M na aros* 'Mr. QoS not ar Ivlng until some Um* later) and made a short peech, which was listened to attentively. "We have discussed, gentlemen," bsM he, "tha ueatlon of going up Higher, tba evident purpose of hat discussion being ihat tbe time has now arrivel , i- n wt should call the Polio* Cnwsdflstoaflrfl and nd out from th.'lr own lips how far lh*-y are Impll itel in iii" abuses, our Idea is tiru thc time ls ?tr yat ripe for that. W'?? **??.-:. nowa-rer, that w*h.*n re shall hay.* completed the examination of the 'ommlssloners ???* aili hive reached thc culminating .?int at which it would be dlfBCU'.t to interest tha illili.* and the ni.Mahers of this comnilttee any arther. Undoubtedly there w.n have to be a re rganlsation of the Pollca Department of thi* city fter there disclosures, and naturally the old pollee ien whose characters have n..r been smirched will ive th.- preference In thar reorganisation. As tha latter at preaeni Manda the entire force rests under ispidon, and if we decide to go up higher at thl? articular time we will nol have dine enough t. OW wlr.it membera Of the force are and what ar* ? t smirch. 1 hy hl.i.lunai! BS I corruption. It ls our itentlon that this Inveetlgitlon should be sa thor igb that, as far as possible, every guilty man louid i.e known every guilty man al least wh-. ?cu,ilen more than a subordinate position tn order ul those who sre Innocent may bo osoaerated." The chairman v..i don'l mean to aay thal ll be? rnies tin- province of the comnilttee to pis* upon dividual cases? Mi- Moss We wint to lind out every feature of i,. -ystem "!' cinducting the departmeat with a ,??? to thorough remedial tegtolatsM. Tin: WORK MIST Bl THOROUGH. "But, Mr. Mos-.'' aald Senator Lexow, "of course ?a do u it claim thal In a force ol 1AM men it would ? possible, no matter how radical the reform, that ey should ba all above suspicion!'' Mr. Moss r.-pli..I that, of course, lt would not reasonable to expect that "Wa want.'' said he, o Ba 1 at tha sam.- I.me all BM .liaises and all a forma of abuaea th..t exist, and not on.* alone, i- th.- remedial Isg-rtattoe will haw to be dictated - tb.- vole- of the pe*iple Now, by the course hich wa e.r.* pursuing, wc arc interesting every* . ly. and thereby awcurtag willan-, witnesses and Icelesa Information which any amount Bf coercion ail i aol !"? able to fem I oul" ni.* Chairman We agree with you there. Mr. obs, ai. i asaerl thal ll ls :'?'- opinion of tat oom itt.-' that outraged and Inoffensive eittaaaa who v.* hitherto been mussled should have every op rtunlty to in- heard. Mr. Moss tlc'ii said thal h.- WSfl anxious lo set t'at the testimony of i< wltaasa sasaad .-"amuel itri, wiiich wea alvan oa Wednesday. Mr. Kb rt, r. M.ss mid, hal .-Imply, w.c a .:.- grant to In ector Wiiii.ims ami was referred lo Captain hultz, been a complalnanl, not In reir.ir.l to tha Kier ..f havliiK paid ni mt-y for soda-water foun in privileges, but simply in regard to the injury ul wis done his business by reason of the exlat ee of saeh fouatalaa a**alsat the law and in ise proximity io his store. Ihe Chaiiman -There is another matter of rory ?ve Imuortance. Mr. Moss, to which I think at ulon should be called In the moot emphatic wray, d that ls the vile and abusive language aad tba