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*-jt"^ VOL- LIV...N* I7,5I& NEW-YORK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1894.-FOURTEEN PAGES. PRICE THREE CENTS. THE CZAR RAPIDLY SINKING VEA TH E \?Ei 'TED HOVEL V. AU, UNFAVORABLE SYMPTOMS BECOM? ING MORE PRONOUNCED THI STREETS OF ST. PETKRflHL'Ra THRONGED WITH ANXIOt'fl CROWDS THE WEDDING IN? DEFINITELY POSTPONED?A Qt'ARREL BE? TWEEN THE PHYSICIANS PROFEKROR 1 ETDE.N U?AX1 i \- ,\l 1. HOPE. ?:. Petersburg, Oct. SI. This bulletin was '. '???? m Llvadl i a1 7 - \ lock to-night: Emni ? i : k ver) little : irishmenl to fay. T is .' immati n of i ne |.?b< li:nc The Rmperor's . It ?m i I. his ] Is weak, and the K? neral w< ak p. -- . - ? . Iner? ne I, The Czar's i nigh, has growi, w irse rap! Ily, and Hi Jlschargi la said ; ? mtain small particles of th- lung An pal -h from Llva lia said: "The T.T.; ror Blepl somi hour*. There was ? slight 6 In the bl< >d-splttlnc but otherwise his c 111 Ion is uni hang? .: " From 7 o'cl * tins morning the offices of the "Official Journal" have been surrounded b) i >w l< of anxious i? iple, and ever - rap of r- \vs ?ras re ? ired with avldltj Cr wds of i p?e fill th< sin i ts, anxl . f the Czar'* tl : As - s ' bu l< tin |s posted th nei . their 1 for His M.i ?? ? > 's n co> ? rj. Ttie 1res throughout Russia n'ere aim si de last night, and In Ihe small audl Bot a single mllH ? i was ;o b ? ; pie to get ? ? regard to Ihe Czar's c< ndltl I wh ' was distributing " i na last t the cr >wd. At i ? ? fternoon Path? r Palla Mus, the M ".? ?:? lltai f St. P teraburg and president c: th? II ??> Syt r offered pray? rs f r the re f tl Err.pei In the Cathedral of St. , 1 . trlet of St. Peters? burg aften foi le re- I r v i '/ar. It If I up ?? semi- ffl lal authority ts 1.in : tai wit h and Prit Alix will I ike place i with mt f iun I it Copenhagen, Oct. M. Th? death of the Ciar Is hout the King ind the t i C irt Th? Cr wn Prln? e stat te I ; ?? Ltvadla tl ng The King and Queet I I I ilt. the ey, an l decided n..t lo a i Vienna, Oct "l Th.- latest dispatches from F: Petersburg saj that th>. Czar has grown worse si I his n? art li weaker t h tn at an\ rr ' ?- ' ' ??' i thai he Is hardly i able to recognize lis relativa* Th.-- Bi Pt ? rsburg c rrespond? nt of the "Neue Fre?a Pi ira In ? dlapal h publiai)? I n the evening edition: "Dr. Zacharln and Pi tern r Leyden have ha l vlolenl accusing the other of giving the Czar Impi per treatment, When Pr feaaor Leyden's opinions were de lared tiint he would once in m ?cow. General Tlcherevln i thi t? nlng t > <!?? tait, him : force, Il ne ?easary. Pi f< Wywodzefl embalming, has been gummoned to Llvadl > " The quarrel between 'ho Oar'? doctors Is re ; . v \ harin'a brutal frank n--? in telling the Czar of his condition. Ley den reproachi l /. i harln with discouraging the ; i rei lied angrily with .i fill g ai> ?tit foreign Interference, and an open rui> lure ".i? the r.-sult. The ?.til ts <?' the czar's Austrian res. have been ordered t . be rea '?> to act i1- t depu t . ? .it th? Cas fui eral London, O t. S3 A late dispatch from Llvadla says: "The ?Caar la dying. His death ma; : ? ex ; I itch fi m Berlin I ? "The <;i ? '??? " Ihm Pr ?:'? as r I.- ydei l t? :? gi tphed i to Count ! fl i. ? in Am : ? . ? ; pair. A cata Inevlt ible." 'i Rusa ? - -;. h ? received Inl an >n ?? ' the ? 'z;ir u;> ? xtremely critical (!? ? Ile i >? n a' all lunss ? ??? !. The spitting reased Il h:? other unfavorable sympton i l'ai; Mall Gaz? tte's" dl ? it h from Ll? vadla sayi "Through it yestei laj the Czar's c it distressing. Th? re was an In ? : . I I, with vl ??.-:. nun eat h I n g wa i is? I, and his legs were swollen more than ever." Th Pi ? e an I Prlncesi I Wal : train at 8:43 this m ? ? They will travel by a ly f Bi and '. Tl St. Petersburg I News" sayi 1 ? ?v< dding i- ..... ,,,.., insisting thai the custom take pla 'If I get b tier,' I I, *l shall v Ish ; . h ive I h< wed ling c '? - bra ted with the usual splendor. If I gel ? will always be lime enough for ? quick I ny.' " Pari.-. .' ? In view of the Czar's desperate eoadltl n, President Caslmlr-Perler has given up ; his th .-.tin? trip to Pont-sur-Sel . a !l re main at the Elys! Rerun. O? t 31 Th> "L..?<aianz.-ip-r" publishes a ?Uspatch fr..rn Llvadla expressing th? .pinion j of Dr Zacharln, tnat the spitting of bio J by the | Czar |a caused by coiagulated blood which has ent<r. . ? ? mg and pr ?duced Inflamm 11 ? The ? nly h ?pe It In the absorptl I I blood coaxuiari ,n. Th ? blood-spitting had decreased thin r.-i rning, and the patient was altogether better than ou'.<l have been hoped Mi- ? Otzlal, military attach? of th<- Japanese L"i?ati n In Berlin, has been recall? I, a? his -??? ? ? ?? i.?i at home for work In connection ?ith the war. A NIHILIST MANIFE8TO ISSUED. ??lOiaxa AT THE PROKPECT Ol THE PZAR'H t-'KATH AND THREATENING His irctT'KiWOR REVOL4TTIONART PAMPHLETS KK1ZED. '-onS'.:;, Ocl SI. The followlna mai I ?to, promut ta:M b) the refuge? Nihilists ?r. Switzerland and bearing ;? k,.. _ ...... .<i it.? ,ii a.-, ia ..H un- i"..m vi . ?.|. ii. . c '? lying of .i mj "???? ? |< m ?. I..-- Zach H ?? . proton? a llf- _4 . . .... n ?' ? . an do nothing to proton? a : ' si . ted io vi .:? h' ? and op Ith ihe mon ippear, ::., p? ] ?h< .'. ?. n an ? ughl to It able | f birth to lisp ? ol the : -.. i lh. r men. t?n ?-? P*onarch and Ihe Chamber or between the zr??. mbpr* I" to h<- settled by a national on Q??tt li" to be electfl for the purp.ise. sack ConiiR? .,0 b" P1"1??"^ to vote a particular way. Ae la-' ,5.t0 th<> ?^heme. Polnnfl Is to have her own V,lw Assembly, und Tlnland is to retain her ?,"'"";':nv- T" "*i '?':'" provides ror freedom of conscience, fre : >m of speech and fre. lorn i PR ?GRES9 OF THE CZAR'S DISEASE. S INTERVALS <T BTHENGT1] AND WEAKXESfl AFTER ARRIVING AT LIVADIA >? P? I' rvbui . Oct. a. The followlni I the nines? of the Ciar is published In the "O ; Mes ng? r": Th? disquieting symptom which manifested their. ' B' lv? ' ai .-;. tl. b< ..111.. Ii - : marki i In ihe ? irh I day? ol His Majesty s s.Joum at l.lvadla. The Km . i ror wan able to attend dlv;n service after arrlv ? In? th r . an I ?a? also .it. ?? t,. drive ab ml 1 hi n :'" ??' w< tkm ??? an; i m |, with i t! In? app ? -?" P. ?eakenli ? ? action, i In. : ase of aibumi n n . ?we linn . ? nllli - . ; 'b r 19 thi r? wai .i return of the Kmi app?tit ind on ' ?ctober ?tu he v. the n o ssaiy >??-? from sie? p. which produ . notabli Incr ase in hi? ?tn ngtfi and a r?! nhi of Ibumi n. The i im lav the Q 1 rlv? I, and the Proi .pi ? l>j :? r, Path? r Ivan, of Kronstadt. who offered up prayers i >r tm Rmp ror, ? >:-" r< ai h l. i tdl.. !.. ti Holy i >m munlon. which assisted In tranquillizing hi? mind <in October 22 'h. ICmperor prayed with F Ivan. Princess \;i\ of Hesse-Darmsin h i ' rven ng, and, '?y order of the Kmi?eroi ?he was i cen m< ni. us'.) with .\ gii iM ol nor and with the military band playing Th? i.tin? of the Emperor with Prince** Alix, whom hi had long been craving to tee, strongly exclt? I th< patient, In of th.- joy which th* meeting caused him, and h's : lani fear-d ll.fleet o? thli excitement Hut th< nigh I p i*si : i. irably. Th - <??.!? h; , of I he feet ..ii < i el free m >v. m.-nt. During all t ti i ? time thi Emperor, In spite of n'.n suffi g, did nol negli. ? Si tie bu? ln<?? -. the urgent Inatance of his physician? he hand' ! over . ffalrs and : ? ins conside rabie i xamlnatl n to i he i 11 r Mi |e*ly, how ver, the i I u casi s an I ilgned Ihi 8ta ; apt i was continued which h ANOTHER SENTENCE FOR ROCHEFORT TOXPEMXEU : iTHRKK IIOXTHK IMPRIflOKMEXT r. iR IN-; I. ? .; " ' Kill NTH : '. '? ! *R1 P i .-?, < lot. '::i The Judges of ll ? S? Ine \ aitti: ' without a Jury, to-day pronounri nation In defi ull upon Hi m I Rocl . him t.. three montha' Imprl I, for 1 1 an article In i he "Intra Ins the Ju llelai y M. Farjat, manag? i ??' il l," w.is trli d !?? fore a . In the same offi nee and acquitted. The \n:ir.')'?: ta Paul Reclu? Pongel Martin :it;.l Dupral wen ???> demned In defauli t.? twenty yearn' Imprlsonmi i each at h i; ? tin ! ??? j fut. an offli et In the Fret ha* been arrested f?.r lrea*on, it being allegi i,.- ha? ?old plana ol frontler fort? t.. !.. Italian W .h i ?ffice. A sentence to three months' Imprisonment will nol cause much trouble to Rochefort, .\!.... he morally demolished Napol ?mplre by iits 11 rli .!i .il ; am] hl( t, "La Lanterne "hi demned to death, deportation, prison, and who I? non ? tile In London, Rt ? i! of Parla have display? ! on ?? ? a Ithln two montha their li it The "Petit? . lique" a ... tt< I ? ? well .i~ i!.. mai a i of th< I ? ? le," ;is nol guilt y of offene? maaisl -.?..:. i ?? ? ? ? ? Bl 111, M 1 >r imont, ?' ? ? ol ? i . I.il :.? Pat ole, ? ; i ? tera... ? .1 l?j the .wilt ? ?? article the pul ?.!??. ...?? lar? ?! b> Ihe |ury not ... act!) the case with lloeh? not .n one but in two an members .>: i he Fren, h mat ..- malfeasai e, and tl it one ol lb? i i. .Hi?. of murdei Aitorni ? ? brated pami I Indicted '. , articles; i >.?? Jut ? I an.I I--is i. er of "L'lni geant, ' whi? )i ; ill II hed |h< m mauls ? - who .ir.- all ? ??; point? d by the m. i! . ref? i xloua to punish llo hel a derce opponent of I he opportunist of Pre*ldeni t'aalmlr-Perler, a? a. ... ? themseh ? - aav? I hi lie io I K. . hefoi I the .lir- 'tor ol "l.'i ' I lg< I articles whi. li th? jury refus? I to ?? lemn. CHINA'S EMPEROR INVESTIGATING. ; TRYING TO PIXTJ OPT why "A -MM.' ? UXI JAPAN" ! i'; T ,: r ' London, < let. 31 A AUpat? li t . ?: C N? w- from Tlen-Taln laya: "The "Peking curj ' learni I I th? ? Intenael amri j at t!i.- . slating condltloi termini i io Inv? stlgat? tffnl ; - : Ingly he la ? . ; ? r ' . ? ? " : ' ? ? : ? ;?' he ? : la I .' I. ? ? ? A dlspal -.'i t ? ' ?? ' ' ... .-? I In 1. rtfl i:, i in. Oct. 31.?It I* *aid Ue will i n place a ( -. :.:. I London, DISASTRi HTfl !'!.< ? iDH IN FR \"- ' ;?:?.;.? -i ion ?>P I'KOI BH . ; i - i i.. m S'OHI HERN liEPARI Ml '? Paria, ? >? t. 31 The heav) rain I ' ?? day? ha ve caused floods li In thi Department of I1 Nw i res a re undi r watei ' ? ?- \ .1 i. iv- been dr< i of i" asants hav? ; ? i farm*. In the and Armentler? the wati r i three feel The fa tories In Ron and othet Indu town have b? en ?topp. d by th? rl Th. It ..,.,. uriy loo.nno op?rai rk. Man) mile? of railway trai k i, i\. s ? ?. ihn ? ?. : ? nd li In ihe Valli v of thi bundle :- of cattle havi I len kill, i an ; I ? ? bam> near the h ink? have tx n ???? pi iwaj be? n report? I from all p i flooded dlatri? t*. _ \ WILT? RUMOR AROI?T PREMIER CRISP? SAII> T< ' HE O ?N : EMI'I, t.1 INU A i '1 '? ' '? TRirOI.1 WITH THE AHHIHTAXOE OF I S< \L.\S'?. Parla, O? I 31 The "Oaul . " prlnl a ?ton with ,. . ,,,ti,...-. all? ging thai Bign .r rrii pi, ha? inK become so bui l<n.-.| with political and fina rial troubles la preparing i" m.tk.- ;i desp rat? the oeccslon being favorable, owing to the >?? I f... um of unreal In regard to Madajra u Mo r., ... China and the condition of the t'aar I .,,.,. .- ol thi? polli v. a< . ordlng to th? "<? Kreml? r Crisp? ha mad ? arrangement EnKlan?] will furnish !.. Illtlei to 11 ily foi lh ti ? |>ortat:on ul arm? i oal, provisl. t..,, ling t.. make a d. c? nl up >n Tur II. tl i to ?..-? simultaneously from Syracy ? and Tai ai lo _ THE SPANISH CABINETS DOWNFALL OVER TA TRK* ' *AIiJ Ti . RK THE CAl'HI ?In [ton, < '? ?'. 31 The r< al r< ?? m ' r the ,.. ,.| atli h ol the Bp nil: Mini try li I the B] , ., i.. . ,i i? n h? ?? i., h? i '? ? n th? ,,, ,, | .. ion '?> the h. .?. Tai III bill ... i i rtaln i !?> ,,,.,. i , ommeri lui Ireatl? Premh r s iga i I h favors freei trade relation? \\ iiii the othei ... of the woi Id, bul ".i i. of li aJ ??.li In th? Mini try, who belong to the i n ervatl .? I ,,r thi Mb? ral party, not >.nl\ op|ioi i low i Ing ,,i dull? s, bul have thro? n Ihelr intlu? n ? In the .?i rect'.on of a higher rat? than la now the i?v. ol th? kingdom, Falling t.< agree, thej hav? n Igned, and, aa the dlapatche? thli morning state, Bigasta en ;i!-l:'.i to form a ne* Ministry, Premier Bagasta, In the formation ..i the \l nl try, possesses the same autocratic power .?.iii> h ?. longs to 'I. B| eaker of Ihe Amerl an H m i of Representatives, it: mi.klni; up his committee Re may appoint associates who reflect h.s personal ? I WHITEWATITES 1(1?.tim; j\ ?er JOHN'S. St. John's, N. F., Oct H. Whllewaylti created h mii.-,:i hoi h- re last nlghi Th?ej storm? i i <;?? rn m.-nt o?.???Mm: and nearlj demolished th? building In ! which II waa h-m. Tha police were power? -. It la , xp, ;? i in ?i a warship will be sent hi r ? t.. preserv? order. Th- nomination of candidates for the aeata in ih? I Assembly varatM by tha unseating of the former Repreeentatlvei toog place to-day. The Ooodrldg? Govern ment and the Whlteway Oppoaltlon will inn- i test ail th" seats, e'.even of which were formerly heid by Whltewayitea. | TO MODI /?" Y GERMA N PSPOLICY IMPORTANT CHANGES SAID TO HAVE BEEN AGREED TO BY THE KAISER STEPS IN Till-: DIRECTION OF STRICTER PROTEC TION ANP CONCESSIONS TO AGRARIANS?A HIGH OFFI?.*E FOB OOCNT HERBERT BIS? MARCK THE MINISTER OF A'i KICTIVn'BB l'> RESIGN. Berlin, Oct. SI. The nea Chancellor, Trinke von Hohenloh? BchlllingsfUrst, preside at the Cabinet Council, which met si - o'clock this afternoon. H?h? lohe, It is understood, has obtained tii. consent of ihe Emperor m several Important .-, in the Imperial policy. The Issue ol sn t> establish agricultural bureaus in ronnec tlon will) ;!.Bibaasles a: London, Parla, Vienna, i. hlnirton and St. Petersburg is regarded a* th" Brsi step m that direction, and is also regarded ai ii sIkii th.it a stri't. r protective agrarian policy will i..- pursued, it i also reported that it is the ? m ..f the Government to establish an in. perial Colonial Ministry. The "Reicheanzeiger" announces the prohibition of the Introduction ? f American cattle and dressed ni...t Into the East .md \\'??.? : Prusslaa porta ol t ?Idenburg, Th? nomination of Baron Marschall von Bleber stein ? i Minister is Intended t.. rellev? ellor von I lohenlohe by enabling Baron ron Rli tiei in? nd the i 'abln< I meetings, bul It ?i>>. s noi h, in that th.- appointment la an aa ure?l one In res] - : rrnan? ncy, ! i- reported thai Count Herbert Bismarck will be made tml imwdor to one of the gr< at P? ? Another repoi I be appointe ! ? 'ounctl lor to 1 Chai llerj Th? r. ;-.it that H- i i ' n-Cailo? ? ? u Minister ol Vgrtcultun. ! ? , . ....... Th? K . i itlze ! Mi it ?nan I ? ;? >n? ral v ?i v1. ; him .it 'he unv< i>l I ?mp? rnr I :. !? ? i I. a? nt of tl Liitherai 1 ? - ? - - i. ? In a re.-en ? ; ? t ? ? ? ? ? hi .. ? ? ho h v orkeii In i ipirit ol i ? ? inclll mon ? ? ? ? ? i from pol 11 1 and n t not ad from pai I) n* Iv? H . ? a at ..th. i Uni? si ir hours of sei vU. : I i?? vive Ihe rcllalOUa f. . . -, th? Bmi ? r. r aal !. for relli i l.v. a the ?ubver?lv?! elem? ni y had several lime* had I ? !?:??? r? president aa curred In s hurch? ? kepi open ?? ? AMBASSADOR R?NTON PROTESTS l-i;. ?:. \< |N? ? TH KMHAROn . \ W'-'M'W rA TL1 O I ; ? " r AS SEEDLESS !.????? rhi Bi in . u l'i " Berlin coi ? The pi f Import f from th< ci I , i . ? - herr Mai ? ? ... . evident I . ,. ?. . . .f IV The Ii t . ? ,? ? j ....... ........ i! ill ihm tl thai In not ci i : ? i r. >i . ? I meat i . . ble i ? th? ? ? STEAMER \\;i 112 LIVES I.' ?ST. THE v ? i \ > ???;:,'? OS TUB '? SF.T ANti At'? Kl ?ND By Iney, V R W . ?et. SI T ? .- '.'? ind Au i nd on S un d a night. 1 ' . , ' ? in I 1 few of her | i h? . ? : a tot i;-. LA Tins iP8 fil r OF MKXH'O ? ... ...... il fi ? .:.i. ro Ft I !. r i n. ? Il i - ? ' ?? ' ' : ? - :.I ? ? l ? i - -. ? \ ,? ; ? ' I the ex | \ ATI? AN C? INFERENCES C? ?NTINI'El l Flome, '.- r ? ;?? - I : ver the thli I - . ' .ii i : to thi i rn chur ii l u i. ? ? ? memorandum of tl ron f tl it -ii .-???? ?Ith P .i t the Turki pliai. Il ? ? er.il the confei - i ? la t? I two and a half I - ? - THE EMPIRE OETS A MANDAMCS t..--i m, i - The i "ourl of <.'.i. B? nch h ? ord i- ! the County f'otn II to show cause why i : nth ? i ?... : r i. ? i a ? pire Mu le Hill. ?!.-? -?? lui i license wai r?-\.?k? t when Its promenade wax rloaed The affidavit pre . i-. the managers ,,f the Empire atlegi - ? n membi i i if th? Lie? n Ii - Commit!.f th< < v,unt) i ' mm !i ac ?? : In ? me i ? with th? obj? ?? i the n.. lal Purity league The ordei i returi tble on Ni i ember 7 ? ? TWO BRITISH STEAMSHIPS I."<T n ? n Th# British st.-.un. r Torm?n fo m 1er? ! -ft P? mhroki Wales last ? ren n? i' iui i.r i. i crea were drowned. The Torme* -,\.i l, ? re| ? havlna died from Mvi rpool on .-?. pten ? ? ' Barcelona The Brltl ih i? imi r \i. iraca, fi ?m Ci m tadl Sep ill '...: , h .,? :. ii Viand, Fin?an I i total In On reporl ..i,?. 'i ..i the Mm>rac i' rrew an ml islng, an I another tl l two f then.I? id. ? THE F v.l.''' >N <H\ EN I'P AS I.? 'ST. S' Ji hn , N !' . O ? .: TI i P< u ?? ti im? I Fa for th port a h-, ii h i i. : Biela v u up b is lost. /, MM'./.*. ////.' t.ACKAWAXXA MVMT PAT Trenton, "??'. 81 fSpeclali The sull of fl oi ? ?-i i.. -1 * er, "f Murru) Hill, l'nlon County, as In i i... Delaware, Laekawanna and Western Ha II road Company wi ended In the l'nlted States cti t Court thl moi nlng, a h? n Ihe lu i retui ? ? i v. ? net lu i ivor .a Hi- plaintif! for H 11? i Bpenei r i i foi t ? -"i .1 image? for injurlei i.>h i i oi .1 mu iry : i i ist H rkl ???? on th South i H ma? Hpeclal, from his ho*n? to Holtoken, when It era h? -i Into m. rear end ol the Dov? r szpn i, ? hlch ha i ,,,;,,. ?? a standstill near Ihe bridge over the n icensack Hiver Thirteen perron* were killed i 11 ?? eolllalon an.l nom.\ i m ^ ? el ? . ly Injured. Hpe.r's Injm I? ?< ,,. ?H, I ?n lh< .iliu-.-l compli t.- lo i* ,.r the 1er Hn and p iralj I Thl ? I the flr-i hiiII for .?.m. ??:?-- resultlnsj from Ihe accident that n.,s i,, n tried He compan) having arttled the claims of th? othei ? ?-?? PATKST MKMCiXK FIMMH DKCl .1/,'//? FUAVDM Washington, Oct. SI. Th? Poatoffici Department i, i , i,,,-. j t , be fnaudul? nl fifty- ?la . ompanlea engaged In selling prepared medicine? al South Bend, Ind The Department has been Informed if other rompantes al Cairo, III., engage In this i>u-i ? now en ?u ting an Investigation into them, it is known thai ther? ire many othera In illff-rent parts of the Inl'-d s't.ttes, hut the> l.:,\e not officially t.n hrouaht to the attention of the Department. The order aen? l bt the Departmenl uralnut the F nth H";.d cr mpsnlea prohibits thrrn from uslni.' ihe United S:ates HARRISON'S CALL TO DUTY A SUPERB DEMONSTRATION. < Hi: AND MR MORTON WILDLY CHEERED AT MUSIC HALL, TB0?8AY/?' USABLE TO GET /v. THE i:\ PRESIDENT APPEALS TO VOTERS TO BXI) TUB I is? it: A' : :t t I. ADMIXISTRATION OF THR AFFAIRS OF 1 RE N VTI? ?X"S ME WHOLE rotrXTRY IXTERESTER IN THE RE DRMPTH IN . .|- THR Bal PI H . THE KXION \ fX)XTRASiT BETWEEN I'M.I. AND MORTi ?X DEM? *"R tiTIO IX 1 ?MPE TKN'-V ASH LACK OK SINTERITY IN TUP. NATIONAL OOVBRXMENT TUB KIHMIN'i; OK THR TARIKP BILL AND ITfJ KAII.t'RE TO PLEASE AN'VI'.. .1 .V 9 HAT ' TE VRINO I.'.u N THR KEN? K8" UE 1X8 ? \ time r. ?r r m n *t ATION mi:. MoRTON ; OH ?vrEPt'L SPEE? il \s PRE? IIUXO i "?' H'ER. When the history . r the pi tlcal campaign ' I MM is pt i.iihIi? .1 ll will ' ntaln as li f. mire ? I if the K i m Music Hall lasl night, v h? ri es i ? denl Harris m and Mr M??i toi T ? ? i ? . i . ? . ajimis and th..h iai floored and applauded until tl ? Ir verj v< li ? ?- g iv? out, and s.ne i r the greatest political gathering* In th? titsl 11 of New-York pol?tica, WILD CHEERS POR HARRISON AND MOR T? ?N. Mr. Morton and General Harrison themselves si . ?i prevented from getting to the build? ing i\ thi great crowd th.it lined the street-: an I tn When they did arrive an.l had b?*en ushered n the platform, every person In the li iu*e : ? ? !';? tu his ... her seat and gave a i welcome Io i!:>- two distlnguiahed guests For fully ten minute* the build* .?..? e . ' I with patriotic cheers, The chi ira ..?t glv n by people irom all parts i.f th.- city and ft im sul irbnn towr?s hereabouts, and many ;i m in who in the pa*l has voted the Demo ticket w:is then l ist night and waved hi* nit and houted himself hoarse for the Repub? lican candidate for Governor and the ex-Presl Mr. Morton presld d Around him were many true and good Republl? ai -. MR HARRISON'S GRAND SPEECH, Mr Harrison made a brilliant sp.-.ch that re? ceived the moat enthusiastic approval ..f his audlem .-. He ?poke on Btate, dty and National Issues, and prea? nted arguments In favor of the . i;. [ ubllcan for Governor in this State and a Republican Congress thai rould il he ? u I-. .I or mel hy Democracy's beal de? i..,., i The work i f the presen! administration ilrs was roundly scored, and he con i] v Ith greal force Morton and Hill. Th Id. repr? -nt. .1 all thai was pure In i he oth? r all thai was bad. < >i the larifl 'iu< 'tlon and the wreck and ruin the Dem? ? nl has brought upon this coun? ting nts and received ? ' >m 'iidous in plaui e. KNTIH'SIASM OVER MR. MORTON. Mr Morton wa d to the meeting as the presiding officer by <'< W. Stephens, who in charge of the arrangements. He was -.1 with an enthusiasm which knew n> i .'.:?.?; HAimif II tasert that tl . ? leal ! olltlcal d? monsti itloi I) of N? w York. He will l a rusl ? ?.'... i ? ? . d ? f the Musi H ill I inn lunced f??r the m? ... i ii. i . . itild exaggerate It e ami 11 em? ndous su. i ? ss |i a'as a meeting ? hei ! that every li n the gi nulldlng ? . -, ! v? re filled from ?l?li to ?I I? ??? I ? ilaud an l rh? er an?l list? Io the ex Pre?l ! nt th ' I'nlt : P ite . a ? -:? ke In I lall t I man this State ami countrj i ? in . m lldati : i < : \. i n ir f S? ? V rh FIVE TH? tl'SAND IN THE HAI !.. Th" big bulMIng ha? a seating cnpncltj t,000, Lasl nlghl th? re were ? i er ' m si pi . |?> the b lildlng, an I fnrni thai v ist m iltltud i ime r tng mil to Harri n nnd M i n th .me I t.. make Ihe bull ling ? h ike ind aromen tremble u1th ? x II m? ni h i i ? ? nil tu enthusiasm The | >pl i n ihe lutsl?! wer? n ?. ", .1 with kn. "a in).: Ihal I hoi Inside w nundlng forth a gl irl ?u ? I ime to the m. a-h . has.' battled so long an ! I ? ill; for th H publica n |. irl y. Thi y loo, had t?i i beer n i sh m, and f r bio ik* in thai pat I .|>I be heard d? ifenlng applause thnt a'.iiil dr >wn? .1 i!i-- ? ? ' i . . r i h [ I was one of those del I h a t ? > ? llh ? thi pn senl ran pro?! I demons) ral i. n l>> i ? ?? ?pie who I ? uffered under nil Ihal Is Im i -.: lenl In tit management . f Nal l?n .1 nfl ill and nil thai i ? ?\il m municipal and Bl ??? pnlltl? I??. p. ?? i who have nl last na tk ned i i Ihe outrai the \ lllaln i of a liond of i ?' I il outlaw I f..?I upon He m In the clt i ami In th? Those s ho doubl the sin? erltj of lh?< bnttl tha is being waged for all that li rlirhl and |it*i h Slat., m.) muni tlpal aflall by Ih? It? i uldl. m party and Ihe Antl Tamman: for? ? ? w ul Been and hellev? d, If Ih? j had h ? n In the vichi it) of Mu il? II ill la ' nlghl II . !? the n ??? i in? lu the hall, In ?? reral othei ? I ,. ? i ?. , were m?*etlngs going on In the :r ? i 0f tn, sa me cause a nd a hlch were practical!; Ron i.'tings fr>?ti? tin1 bi? one. \ MAD 111 SI' TO GOT IN8IDK Pew of the p? ople who ram? : i the hi ||n ? prnt, Ide i with tickets for th" st ige wei gain admittance. The multitude boni .a ;?., lu? lu surrounded not onlj the regu front, bul wenl to thi stage en ti >, ton, un : when the .1.a were ? pe n i. ma le a m.i l ru h which Un- police could not hohl, nn i in M twinkling of an eye all the reserved l.i tsken, and still there w? re th i|. mds ?>i pe >pl? clamoring t.. gel in. in the eg. item? i tendli it the fti il ru ih for the hu Ulli ? . >, i ,.r:1| people w?tre overcome and had to b i. i There ?rere many women th n . n and man) ? fine dress was torn and man) i hat was Injure?! Nfl one cared, however, who received bruise* and scratches th.nicht Ht? 1 tie of them, and rejoiced that th.j hi.I Uyed to I '. ni (trat -?? med woul l nev W Il \T MR M< IRTON SAII>. 11 able t.. make his v.i|< I abov? lin, he made this gracef Fellov ' ? honored by bi Ing calle 1 i to i ? . :? .ver :'.- \ i.-t assemblage of the i.p rk. I tha nk ? i for > 01 ? i- the hearty weir ime y. : i r citizen (ti ? . ith whom ?t ?.'.-? my prlvll. to he ;: ? i few ye ira ago. i ? i natlona to tal part ii fter mj own : it i : t . ; ? Judg? I by i recoi ma !? i ith? i thin 1 y any it"!?iloi ? mam : ? : on (l?oud applause i If um im ivoi ihy to r tl gri at trust whlc - ?in n the ant of the R? m ratifie I by the i.pi : othing I can .- tj now wl h? Issue here Involves th power nf ii.n.-i i? -.? 11 to govern themselvea bj a tratl ? of p ibllc affairs. (Ch?fers, And while l should im! fall to battle for th.- rtgfa i ihould prefer even now no i. ma ahich necessarily In \ u lates na well as i rln? Iple?, did I no warml) dtsii ? ind once more by the aide "f i \ ilui ! friend In nu. i dl tlngulahed presence . . ? I In one of the most Im portant i ever wage?! In this country i \|.| i m . i Thi standard of victor) was set a fea week* i... i\ \i. (cheers) .n the Eaat, und bj \ ? ? n '?? ied ?heerlnm In th? North, si d II Ii Ihe < Republican pria ind the I 'i ko\ . i I'.H ent through. ;?? State will .m Tuei la} next indoi' snd affirm verdld whii h ' : i i \ ear as ?, (Tumultuou ? Be i hope, an I In the earn ? ulfllment, a cli sen of !.. ? ' - "o I u te m ? .n- and aecom of the X itl ?;> i' -n. w? l to this metr ipolla to len ni ol lus Ralui tion and give you i he i hin obsert atlon and expert? ne?. ? i hall no longer detain you, and now hay.- the ; : . i.. 1.1 un-a? Harrison. Wh? u Mi Mor "ii had finished he was cheered In, and as he introduced as the i"-. pi iker ex President Harrison, the sudl ippareiitl) weni mad with enthujlaara. THE UN l'RESIDENT'8 Sl'PERB BPEECII. The ? s l'i" Id? m. . ""I and calm and In the b ?! sptrlta waited : ? the not w to subal I ? and foll?n : Mi i rman and Fellow-cltlsens: This is a verj great, but, i somewhat fear, a rerjr Isapaa alhle audience to Speak to. (laughter.) Von m ? i i" I nulle Inclined to Id your own talking, ou are doing It very well. (Cheers i i thonirhi I had made an Inflezlbta, resolution thai 1 would noi rp? ... in th ?campaign outside the limits of Indiana Bul I have f..und. as has often hap? pened iMPfore In mj experience, thai Inflexible rsao hui.ms have i., ben i (Laughter.) I did nm aaadto i in resolution because I saw any tmproprtety in one who had received a! the hamla of hts fellow the highest . Ivll honor addressing his fel? low-cltlsens "f an] ..f thi BtatM upon public ojtaeav Continued on Third I'au*. READY TO INDICT SHEEHAN. HE MAY BE S EST TO PRISON. HU DANGEROUS REFUSAL TO GIVE UP HIS PRIVAT! BANK HOOKS. THE COafMIMIOinBR OOU WILD ANP REPEAT EDLY CALL! Mit rjOPT A LIAR KX'ITEMKVT IV THE COL'B/TROOM - SHKEHAWf RAD j?!?:??<?Kit i\ BUFFALO i..\ir> BAM Hi3 ACKNOWLEDOEO RMORTAOB IN Rig ACCOUNTS AS roNTROLLKR TIM? oTliv .1 M .HONsTT, HIS lUO CB8SOR, AN r.vivtl.L i.\i; WITNESS. The indi.-tin.nt ,,f Police Commissioner .T^hn C. Bheehan for contempt In refusing to permit m examin?t! m of his bank i.....ks by the Lei aw Committee, may l.gpected. His refusal was made plain ami "xiili.it before th- committee at yesterday's session, and John W. Ooff, ..f the committee's counsel, was directed t.. have the attention of the Grand Jury called to the tes tlmony. Commissioner Bheehan declared that he was acting by sdvtce of counsel In openly defying the committee. Wh.-n ?t was Intimated by Mr. Q .ff thai 11,000 had been paid by a nan who had !>??? n appointed ? sergeant .>f pottos up .n Commissioner Bheehan's motl n, the Cona> missioner offer d !.. let Mr. <: ff lo k at the entries In ne bank h-.k ah? ul the date of the sergeant's appointment, bul be refused to per? mit Mr. Goff to make any general examina? lion of that or other hank bo <s which be hid with hin:. Even wh.-n he was told that his il w. uld place him In ?* i sitlon where he would be ... used f trying t.. conceal pr :? of bribery, and that he was accused of cor? ruption, he refused to allow an examination of th.- i) iks. H< smiled when the order was given to hav.- his ?as., called to the attention .'if the Grand Jury. il.s brother, the L!eutenant-Qo?> ernor of the State, who was present, alt i unlssA In the face ? f his refusal t i permit an exarns nation of his hank books, Commissioner Bbee? h.'ui declared th?t he was an h nest man. and had nothing t.? conceal. He denied that the dls . iveriea which bad been made in the bank books of J hn McClave had caused his owe refusal to permit an examination. He held hu ground defiantly when he was accused of trying to sell Sugar Tm.-t secrets to business m? n in the city. Later Commissioner Bheehan was questions! :. a di ( lUltt?T a3 C nti iller :' !'.?.?? . A- made an attempt to deny the liar* . bow the m< n.-y ? a trust ' . had been m.OsJ with m ney <>f a upon fun I, an l he d Ian I thai he h id n I sp? ited I dollars, as the su? it f Mr. ? i .ff appears 1 to sii ???? M ?. ? : 11 place i .n ? \ ; ? i .?? [pt m ha I paid t" big "to ii ? applied In payment I an) del l that may hav.- b a Mi hia a tinta m a pr per examination," vas followed by a stal t In writing*. signed b) Mr. Sheehan, authorising th? usa . f purpose f mak og | i the shortage wh been discovered In hi* ao i oui t - Th.-n the committee beard the testimony of Timothy .1. M il i y, ? I Buffal ?. wh > i . ceede4 Mr Bheehan a- C ntroller of thai city. The ?k ?? ?* had b en brought t i '.'.is .-::>? un n gig, but he said thai when the otHce of Conti ?1er sras turned ivor to him he had not ! i triurt fund am m. rver ?,(".oix He bad refused to give certain receipts upon the promises of Mr. Sheehan : i make good th.- short age. Mr Bh '?h>u: had c mtlnued to nuke pram it had failed to pay f? r nearly two yean, and the witness had b n ma ?- sick by worrying over the trouble. At length he bad refused a renomination, and had ma !" the tr iubl< kn "n to the public. Then Mr. Sheehan bad paid the I ? lortage | There had been shortag s in more than one a.--.nut, the sa i. it was made plain tn the course of the t Mim ny th u Ll? ul int-G vei n r a full) aware ? f the trouble in the Com ? s I back to the ilr and ask? d If he would i ,i in examination ??!" his bank bo Its, and Mr. 0 :'' ?:? .'lard . wn Mr. S'a- nan t-J and th.- Commission? r called ,1 Ooff a Th ? ? nmlttee ) - heard ihe t<stl m?>n) of James W. B yle, the Tammanj I r In the IXth Assembly District, who denied that he had known of in ? rd? r a? nt I i th listrlct ? | tali.s over his na:n. a ) - - ? | i I : : r & 1: t of "the people that are under ; ? pro t? >tl ti th il are nt." The or 1er ap? l to li . that | pie un 1er ? ??? pro? tectlon w< re exp? cted I aid Tama any Hall at the ele 'tl n. T? ?tl n '?> before the r .tnmit: ?> will be centts>> u? i i i-d i\. -..-.'? ig> ii) ?? TV US ED THE WRONG TARGET. SERIOUS WRECK ON THE LACKAWANNA. AN ENOINEER AND TWO FIREMEN KILLEDhA PASSENGER TRAIN DASHES THROUOH ? AN "I BN SWITCH INTO A COAL TR UN ENOtNEk Scrnnt m. Penn., Oct. tl.? Three persona were kl!'.< 1 at Poster, twenty-seven mil. * north of here, on the Delaware, Lackawsnna and Wrest? ? in Railroad, at i o'clock this morning. The accident was caused by an open swit-h. into which the through expi ss train. No. I dashes! whi;.. running at a high speed, crashing i?u-> the rear of s coal train engine which had tak-ri the siding to allow the expresa to pa.--. Only the solidity ol the express car and the Pullman coaches, which made up the passenger train, and the massive locomotive whi-h WU pulling it, saved the railroad ?rom one of the greatest hor? rors In Its history. The coal engine was a light one, and had been brought almost to a si -i> be? fore the craah came, tSngtneei Janes Lynott, ol Scranl in, and Fireman Elmer Beul!, of Mos? cow, were ? n the ..>al envine, hnt before they could leap from it the) were hurl..I ?n the air b) the express engine. Lynott was instantly and Scull r< elved Injuriea from whi.-h h.* ,u. i m the Most - Taylor Hospital b? re at 9 k. ? m the i assi tiger < nglni were Engin or Valentine Butler ind Plreman William H sty, both of Btnghamton. H ?->?> was caught in tho wreck of the engine aid i tided to death, but But'.? r ei caped with scar ely a bruise. ?>ti board the train passengers were hurled from their seats and fi m th--ir sleeping berths, but there was no serious injuries sustained by any. An Investigation Into the cause of the accident b) Superintendent Bogert revealed the fa.-t thai the brakeman. George Duva of the .-..al train crew, In turning a switch through which tijrine was to pass in taking oui some ??nipt) cars from s siding, turn 1 tl><- wrong; ...... t, the ta ' posts standing d se together. ? he was aware of the mistake the engins had partlall) passed through the switch and iiit.? the north-bound track when th>- rushing express train dashed Into it. Duval th.-n dis? appeared, and has not since been seen, Wn.-n the crash occun?d the c si train engine wss huil'd ahead on ihe north-bound track, and the express engine, leaving the track, plunged up against a twenty-foot embankment, with pilot high In the air, followed by one baggage ear. ,4 0, t. /;. rWTBMTIOATIOX. Milwaukee, Ort. M. The eharges made i,v r???? partmenl commander Watrous, of the O. A U-, of Milwaukee, v>ith reference to thu condnct of Phil Kearne) Poet, of Richmond, v.?. in BslsdlrsettEg funds contribute by retersna to defray the ex pensea of decorating th.- graves of Union sol.llen In ib.- South, have resulted In an investigation being institut...1 !-? ?'..i,inlander in-<'h!ef LftWHaS a:, directed by the National Bncampsssnt. Lswtw has appointed the followtng ceasoitttes to make a thorough lnv?BetlgaUon: John ?'. Lluehan. of IVna rook N' II.. Alberl Shotoa, Muron. <?a . bit! W. R. Manning, of Newton, Iowa The eommlt:ee in ro iaiion to the publication of volunteer recorda la named, and Includes William Warner. Kansas Olty, Mo : .John S. Kountz, Toledo, Ohio, and Lucius Fairchlld, of Madison, Wls.