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j THH;TY-NiyTH Yl-All, NEW Y01.IC, MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1S72. PHICK TWO COTS, fe
I !AUY FOR OLD HONESTY.
uu: rnoaitAMMJ! ion Titr. aiiAXD
i ii.tm n.mox mi:i.iixu.
, renpir t'nlon fin rr lo bp Illuminated
M"iikliu from Four Different Mnnils
.tlualr mill Flrrvtnrka-A r-plcudld Display
The Nnitirs of (hp r-ptnkets.
1'lu-rcmiinitlco hitvins In charge tho ftr
Mn.'oincnts for the meeting In Cooper Union
,iito to-night to ratify tlio nomination of
Srecley slid llrown, have nearly completed the
' Jetalls to Insure Its success. Four Immen-e
itands havo been erected for the speakers. The
llepubllran tixakers will occupy stand No. 1.
I siilch Is situated west of Four'.h atenue, op
p lie Clinton Hall. Stand No. 2 trill he at the
I utbwitt comer of Cooper Union square, ajid
(r"in It our Irish fcllow-cltlf eni "HI be ad
Jrcd. The Germans will be addressed In
i their own language from stand No. 3, which has
tern elected at the northeast corner of the
l.iuare. and the Demncratlo stand, which Is alt
baled ea.t of Third avenue, opposite Plympton
lo. will be designated as stand No. (. The
srii. I q tare In front of the Cooper Union will
be I r.liiantly Illuminated, and stands will be
ifinited for music and fireworks la addition
fi thoae fur tlio speakers.
Tii'' f II ! i Is a full list of the speakers:
G"V. fl. GraU Ilr ,w n. Senators Tlrton and l)oo.
lulr. lit tt. Kiipntrlrk, ex-Senator Joseph J.
Jtcwar: of M chlean, Char es G. Dull of Ma'sv-
' rti'ivtls. A. J. Hogers, Jerome C. Collins, C. II.
Lv.,i.g. Charles Henry, Illram P. Crozler, A.
I. h..:-. William Durshelmer, Col. John J.
' Jaquv. ilham Nile. Lewis M. Coates, Cliarlcs
TV. tlroike. Ma). I). I'. Cunningham, U. S. Harry,
IlenJ A. Willis, O'Diiiutan Itnesa, Col. Win. K.
Ilobln'on. the Hon. James Gallagher of Con
trail ut. James Cavan q;h of Montana, Stephen
- 1. Mean), dm. M. T. McMahon, Tbomaa P.
Ilurke. Martin I-arkln, Col. Itosa. lYof. Glau
Unskte. I hauncey Shaffer, Wrn Oranert, Julius
turn. .Monti Uliluger. Win. Schaider, Ac, Ac.
Tie Next PrealJeul nt Ma Pnrm nail nt
(IiiiicIi-A (.'retrain Delegalleu at llir
Aaior lluuwr lleadqunrlrrs.
I)r. Honico Greeley spent Saturday chop
ring wood In the forest of Chappaqua. He was
impsnled by Mr. Aliln J. Johnson, Mr.Sbaw,
lad i't Storrs, and was visited by ex-Asscmbly-Ban
Nelson while pruning and trimming bis
favorite trees. The party dined at the Chappa
jus Hotel, and returned to the city on tb 6
9 cltik train.
In the abaeLce of the philosopher from his
.j.vS.Mttrw A t.fe -Lar lltsac-tk-J tx.vtuvl.
routine business aa transacted by Oen. Coch
rane, Mr. (no. 11. Van tied, and Col. hthsn
Allen. Aiming thoee who tallrd on Ssturdvy
were FJisha Wlntor of l'lirmont, N. V.; James
I. Shermtn of Milwaukee, vtls.; J. C. Donohue
sf llrooklyn; I,, S. II turn of franklin, Pa.;
Iinicht Morris of llrldgeiort. Conn.; William
)I. Moseley and Mtik l.ml.'an of New York;
Will. am Hays of Huilington, N. J. ; John F.vatis
of Wa-li.nglun. I). (-'.. aud a delegiiinn fim
beorg ii. w i" ikmikiI the ouniintten that the r
State would roll up an overwhelming mjjoilty
(jr IK nojt old Iloraze next Notemhvr.
Yelerdu Ilr. Oreeley attend-d Dr. Chapln'
Chun b, after which he was ilrUen to the iei
dune 'f a frknd on Lviu 1-lnnd. w here he re-aniti'-d
In retirement nil d.iy. Tu-da lie wlli e
. st the As or lli'iise, and to-nik'M will witn t
t!. turnout of the ma-is to ritlf) h's n nun .
Ujh and cbeer him onward toward the Wln,e
Cot, Cnu Ilroii'n I.mer Areepllaz the
l'.AtcnivL Oi ricr, Jtn nos Citt, i
j May Jl. 1:71. I
Ocntlkviex: Your letter uilvislnj; mo of
ibt action of the Liberal Kepubllcan Comen
I t 'n at Cincinnati has been recelted, and I re
turn through ou my mi i,Mu,,iodiiieiil uf the
twu r which hua been ionleried upon mr.
I iiCi'i't the nonilnalion as a i oiiduUle for
Vi e prrdtdent. and endorse n 'St i'"idully the
rt. ...'.i"i rcitini; f.'itli th i rln. Iplrt on which
tueai p' il l made to thewbulo people of the
tint' d stales.
A i it ir Is elosln: upon our experience of
rul ii'an coteriiment. and while that lapse of
ti.i.v h witnessed a eieat expansion uf our fiee
In.iii jtions,)ct It has nut been without lllus ra
,i " . als ., of srae dangers to the ttabllit) o!
la i, asjrU in. Of those ucierully em ounler
rd. r. i iirdlcu to speak. Of tlio-e which n
uni menace us. the most threatening are
fr tiled i.Miiut. as 1 Dnnly bellere. In the wise
inlp, ,i uiea.ures propused by your platform.
It i.a luiiif to the practice of thuso eletated
V i ' -i: i .ii- of national authority lo re;ard pi b
.tr. c but as a means to retain power. Tins
" :fc.l J .l s it:tsnt..i;r w initu v..ty i-rsan x
tl ii f r tin- lii'ternuient Itself, whhh cmistl
tvrr ' r t -mi-,'4 4-i ... riaii
ti?, a r ill independent thought, en-'de a
(t t" r..i the mini, .and makes peisniul nllei.1
tu e II. r .td tu faor. llrtq ilrea little foiiiubt
W ('en .e that tbla will wreck all liberties tin
k.s tb-r-br Interposed a tl n'ly reform of the
Ail uini-irati'.ti from Its ho.'hei't to Its lowest
tut i n win. b shall nut only pretcnt abuses,
b'.l I tl3tf lakt; away the iiiwetillve to their
r I r
a. ud with the rontptttlons that are i-arrled
en in a ,ri e of spoils, the i "null y dem .ud re-
IP "? nn 1 r aeiit the ell oris of tilS' mUt.it r.i ooii
It ciui Into inriKan li.6tilnli--, anil I will
'! -uln any nioeuient r in.sliiir a
lu-e 0. r.ui e of the perils wliKh bai been
i'i..np. tU with the war. It Is safe to s.iy that
I oul Ii .e are now to bo feared which come of
tj alu-.- of i ior Into periuaiient ealrance
inrnt 1 .i' l'i,,n Is fortitled by more iei
t i'i eier bf..ie. and It reiimlns i an Imi era
trdui- to i ,'ii.. nt our nationality i) a prife t
It i .. .it I h at the North.
A , I .n .,d noil ath Is aroused In t .bilf
t i.. -i '..it.. uf llir Miulli hi n I. .-is a:, r
t ' u , I ii of resi-tnine to II'- r thtful
d .!...;:. rii). are still plunJei. i Hi"
. -r 1, a. and tyiatiulzed owl i no i me
! if u. .ii Al uirwith this fc lln." l I'll-" n,
l' i." re v"i'i 'ii that In eouipleir imiiesty
si 'iie ' .ii be I mod hope of any return to con-
t t .-.mi oinent .u of old. or uny deir'op
i. -nt I i. ii. orr t'ud'irinw' unit) and broader
t. i lif.. in i if lui ure.
A .' , n .in ter, to he eRlearlous, mutt Le
rj' i n . i. ii il , ten line, not eta-ne. Ilinual
ui 1 n.' in it final r.shts as wellaseuiMl
pr e . , to til, for lite ieiliov.il of illtabilules
k-1 h'.'hi', v. ith en fori emeiit a bjj tithrrn. Ieaes
I" i.i I .r o.p t ion that iiarUnii Is ineaUird b
I '. il i:i,iii lii tally will such luolcsird
il i v In- f itlle in th pteseiire of the renew
, id i' , i t i,i ir. .1. iticrtti- n iin-ntion of tbp
.'Jw.J i ,u.Mn.u.Ua.;irTTtll r.-ad'l.'.lrt'i.iirf'f'c
rs'i -r t .hi ii n law hi upholding those a.'t lui.
1 I . nli' iiate the ia. ot. when oln."ld is
i' - i 'iiial.and ni iif pai nig anotln r e.aboiale
' I .i - ii on a Ii is of ddad issues and arLilral)
mi' 1 1 1 i n.
A i w il rijhlly credit such conduct as but a
r ,( ainnrs y and demand .ill tdiiilnislra
l "i In. h i a'l fiti' li.'iler warrant of linnrsty In
Pi" imp it work of ret outliuuloii and reform in
t ' aria) ,,f ui lioiial interest. A republic o
I - iril Hniiur, is "inter entirely sale from
r ".s i oiirtii'ta These hrc'itue 'till Ui'-P-ltii
I t ' t- w ht-ii c umplit rtled w lib quesll'ins of lax
S' ' . w lit-ie unequal Ion dens aic ti'-liftP'l to o
i'i' .Bed uii uiie pari al the expense of another
u was a b dd a well at admirable policy In
!' loeieiit ol I'tfenl as welt as Jul .re Iran-
t t i witb'Jra'v the tleri-n.n of ind itrial
. i 'in it mailers fioin the nrlual aroltra
I : an ilectoral college, cho,en with Hie
I - ' in inatliig purxie of I "illy aieiiilriicy.
t i '' riliein fur u moie diiefl popular el
I "- 1 1 i eai h Coiit'resilolial dUtr.tl. In.tt aJ
uouiledby sjino et.i.lve declaration.
1 ' ...I-) i. thereby lutlled to Its fruukisl
! .it 1 ei lions whlth would revolt at
ll d a voice out of deference to other
. ild be content to acquiesce lu a
K ' " . In nenl, " lione-tly elected."
If i' ... .riiiiient be. II undoubtedly Is,
I'" " -t mi il prim Ipleof our liislltutlons. iniich
h; " i i.e made tmvard establishing it by
i i' i .' t e pe i,le t pas upun quetllon.
J" " a i i. their well-being dbpatiouatel
1 1 1 ' I'M lo. al ripremiailun. 'i'hepieu
I I i ii would for e a con r ilbngd ec'ara-
I , i' tai or tariff Ihiuii.'h a l'roldeiilial luiiidl-
: ' ' - i) a ma suited f irm of i untralUailon,
i I " . i.' loi.inlous re.f he of Klei uthe Inllu-
( J'1 ' "' I' i isioii will be much m qe Impar
ts ';J '- r ..mod. and with Us dl'tur'.an c to
J'' ,J I: inn. o by appealing to the lnot
I, " an I .iteilfled lo. al eaprrssl in.
-ti l-.ue, . .in he thus likewise em.n I
I ' 1 'le p.trer uf ieat inonopolii'S, and
f " ' l u'.itf laid tolidillt) toward h's
' 1 ', -tit. .ei.it. These ure the inu-t
I i f' liuie of that general concert of
h "lo'li ,.ioHnes to leplace tlio ireent
A 1 -ir ill ,ii In ,, ne. more in mpath w ,u,
i' -i i in 'M- of the iu-ie of o ir oounir).
' "i .' ire. 'u.n i in.ert ciuiui be ob
.'ti -tuiw i ter in nor - r paitdlCer
' ' ' f ri'.-n u id. and It will be for the
( ' ' ' . to ileu ruiilie trhetlipr these
' m il mngiillude and pri aeut ur-
I i - .-i () them In del' irliu ntlier nd
1 I t ! t'e country rhull lo lirt re-
' tli' - ifTnte tri ntl m it'ed bt otTh I ti
J. i. an I o.i- ic iui.es in fai i a free re
I ea.-d Ii ii uppietientloii of a central
,'referrrjr detail to the various other
propvsltloiia tuibraced In tbe resolutions of the
Oonvcntlon. hut seeing how they all contemplate
n rM'oraltonof power to the people, tte.tce to
the nation, purity to the (lotertuncnt. ilia' Ihey
c ndemn Ihe attempt torstabllsh an ncr tidenry
of military ever civil rule, and afllrm with exi II
ltnet the maltitchaiice of equal freedom to
nil citizen. Itrespcctlve nf race, previous condi
tion, or piiidimr disabilities, I havo only tu
pledgo again my sincere cofiperatlon.
1 have 11. e In nor lo ictnain,
Vert rcspei tfnlly yours,
II OlUK UllOWK.
Address oflbe I.lbeinl llepubllrnu Coinnilllee
le Ihe People of Connecticut,
Tlio Hon, Dnvhl Clark, ineinlier of tbe
Liberal Republican National Committee for Con
necticut, has Issued an address to the people of
that State. After going over the long catalogue of
neglected duties and of extraordinary powers
assumed, and of discreditable motives constant
ly concealed, which have made the administra
tion of U. 8. Grant so thoroughly Incompetent
and so universally distasteful to the country, the
addres proceeds i
It was It in M the d'ptnrsM f orMttlon of pnhlle
sisiri fur which the present AdtulDlilrilion Is reipoo
sltlle, llial I'e trceol vtrmlteluiliu Halherlnr if He
piibllrsos wss held la Citi- tiDiil ll s uiiirolQi rat
si mblaeeot irur hearo d uiea, wftonerr drawu to
feih r sole!) to point t waf.tr p,'tl' I. cut of the insnl
ui(t sttd etpslrtnedlrrr til c lull' which IV cottt.tr) hss
fallen by rrsvnn uf n sisdiulalcirsiioD. Iniu future lull
of esrnral hope sd1 cttlsta I'esce. suj kindly feeling
between Iht- jeell'tut. T sl It did lis work wi-ll lip.
I.ireul froiu the )mpll.i lie ucruuirft whu h l.sre loh
uwed its srii'in la ail i.sris of the cwuatry Kepubltctnt
snl Ihuiocrsis alike, are coming to the stand'
S'd c( tie taoLi-al titsa snd slocere pslrloc.
It irsre (Irerley, ioa wbo-n fell the choice
uf the looticttoD si us eiuUMs'e for the
I'reatdenry i si.u in li't uni"a of old snitC'iaistle
forrra I, there ti'sl rvtd tire i.ot only uf the siQirrlty
si d pitriotiMtt of tie mutt ni. qi, Lul of lis great prom
i-riii aui'ea erst fall A II w ho believe In a fsithlul
sd'terence it. Ihe priin 1U of ll.e Cooallttilliin. who
leii, ,t in isa si.d otdi'i slKive peraonsl snd aeliiah id
IrlX'ie . t hu tltalie a laaluiK pti.re, wtnch cau only come
b. the t tilth alt jnt.f a frlemtly feeling ainon thepeoi te
lithe t.itteii'iil Males, fi.d who tsvor universal am.
Lett) ou the prlueiidt taldtluwii by Abraham l.lncola,
th I this " Is a liuvrrnnienl uf It,- t eople, for the peo
le, sol by the p-ttpt-." nay come ioeether no the
.toil pistf,tni s.leileti:il Cliulniiall. snd rescue tbe
l, tenimriit fri'tn the bs&ds that are now drsgglng ll
Into ih eprr humiliation.
I he ttn e baa tuny arrived when all freemen owe It to
theiuSrltes, iinljia duty lu their lountry. to art shove
mere psny sfflhatlona or Ihe sake of rtr1y snd by
manly ln.it pendrnee. Milne si lesal to pstrloile siliob,
strive lodob) lbecutu.lry wbsl IU svic dislrcMts tie
Inand. Iiuilcc tbe Isle wsr, the rslt cf sn Imperille J Govern'
ment was trr.sivtlblr to sll tsrnrtt lovers uf coniiltu
ti ual tiberiy. and then MiMe became ru utiles', snd there
w.i loiiieihu c noble In devoilno to hoib. how tbe
itnteromt nt. in the mldal of other dlsaaters, whlcb
thtettrn lit hotiui snd pesce. If not lis life, needa the
same patriotic endrsior tn lis tehalf , snd no msn
Ittokinr to the pai I pledged lo sny party orcanltstton
te)und lhat which In the nsnie of the people catta for
saving rrforina, whlrh will make tbe (lot erntnenl pre
served br war worthy of respect and conRdrnce In
pesce. The wllhis and bonds of eelnib psrllaaoahlp
will have bo lerrora w lltv hotirat men , devotion lo parly
may t Ihe sbaulule soireoder of sll msallneas. so ss lo
" mske cowsrdt of us all, Lei every clttieo, there
fore, lake to htniaelf the exrrrle of bis own inherent
right uf private fudgnieut. and in that go forward with
out fear of srnm or the favor uf any man. tolbeaup.
purl of meaaurea which are Usl oesigued to protect
hitnaeif tn ine enjoyment of peraonst liberty by nrst
yroltctlbi the Gorirbojent uodcr wblcb be Urea.
Horace It our candidate l
He lives st Chsppaqus t
Uf daet not know wbsl 111 to hats,
lledoes not with for wsr.
Utelrtt ssld " Lei nt hare pesce,"
Pui low srdly he swore
Unlraa he got the larveal plets
There sliould te peace no more
tCboras.) And that's wrsl't the mailer boy t.
And tlisl's what's tbe matter.
And that's whst's the matter boys
And that's what's the msttsr,
Horace hat sa oil W'ttr bst
He we.vr It ss he ojchler i
He likes his frn-nds toeaiine snd chat,
Aed drink Ma sparkling w ster,
I'll le likes to take bla COP,
And ill and smoke snd tipple
He sl0 llkt a bit br'ndle pup
To talk al huueal people.
And Inai'awlials tbe uiatler.de.
Horsce ttMi ua what be knows
Atul tbe wsys of fsrinlcg.
And when he lo Ihe White Home gott
lbs ways will le as chsnalag.
Cselets tl.ru csn tell as til
Whst lie knows of Isnnlog,
Fur tanned bell be Iblt very fill,
& tplte of sll hit pltnning.
And tbtt't wbtt's the matter, he.
Gen, Joe Hooker Is for l,reeley,
rota (.. Mtfci't- ',.'.u.Sei in Ue Z-Jn FranclKO
clou. 1 1, If.
Hi'tiorlttr I suppo-i you ilon't Intend to
vote for Grant for the next term, then f
Gen Hooker- Well. I uaed to live here In San
I'm n liti. and 1 ve come out here to lalt my
friends Hut I've C"' '" f'1 hack In time to vote
for lloraw next November In fact, that'aabout
all I've got on hand this summer.
lleporter You seeui enthusiastic on the sub
. Jar.U- -U""kjfl 'with n good-nat'ired laughl
ell. be i goingloT.Villi null PiiaTirnr. ft.i-J
that lixed before J ramp tun here. His iioiuint
tio i is no Jokp nt the IUt. Hut you are so far
away here that news rea.'hes oii slowly. I lime
talked with a iniinl'cr of gotxl men time I
le.it hetl Sin rrani lsLO, and have been surprised
to ure how little Idea they lime of the ciilhu-in-ill
fur Greeley til the I'-oj-I. What I knew
when I left New York hasn't got here yet.
Ileporter- We have been o engros-ed In rail
road iiiittlrnv laielv, and so inti'ieettd In defeat
lug thx Goal ll. ud scheme, thai I date say we
have got it little In-hlnd in our polltli.
Gen llooker-I siIimisp to, mill my friends
have told me that ll wouldn't do for me to lulk
.) t oiid.li'iit. Hut I say distinctly, that If the
l'liiUJelphia Convention was eight weeks oil
Grant wouldn't be nominated.
ItHporlei He ma withdraw yet.
Gen Honker I believe be will withdraw be
fore the 1st of July. TheC uinei In ut Sen .torlol
tlet lion not the " hand .v riling on the wall "
HepoMcr-I suppose )uit have no vcr) excel
Uut reasotu to be partial tu Grant ?
onvisT's yioiitL ki:.s-i'.
Gen. Hooker (with coii'ldernhle lm-Grant
1 na got no more moral sen-p than a ting. His
treatment of me nfler the battles of Lookout
Mount mi and Itlnggold proved Hint. Gen.
T boinas took me by the hand, but Grant and
Mieitiiitn. who tvere In iartnerbii, gave me the
old -boulder I was big enough to lake care of
iu)elf,and didn't care; but 1 did core fur my
Iletfirter I suppose Grant understands your
i i-nion toward him well enough
Gen Hooker lie under-dands It perfectly,
.lust before I I'll New Yolk lo attend lbs null
tar) meeting at Cleveland, he -elil Ingalls to me
to aak bow I would receive him there. Mv re
(,v vva- that 1 tfoild not be rude to the J're-U
'atikofthe '.'"I.'pvI .t::-a " btttt for " Geiieritl "
i irarf. !-stMa'l--,-)l IOv..'.lvti a ptJr ti' louji.".
Grant lit" ii" friend ii"W among the old army
"tflcerfl no friends except unite-seekers.
I'.iiilinalnam for Greeley In Purl Jnrvls,
1'oilT JeiiVIS, May 31. The OreeleyHre
.tic In earnest In this town. The Union, whlrh
is published by a son of Cungreisman SI. John,
Is red-hot for the farmer of Chappaquu, and
wades Into the Administration organs terribly,
llotb uf Its editors weie delegates to the Cin
cinnati Convention. The L'ulon was one of the
first ltepublican to intiy papers In the State to
strike mil fur Cincinnati. The campaign will
open here by a grand demonstration on Wf-d-ies
It) night In Grih.un's Hall. 'I lo-o lore 'I illon of
New York and Col.Ietneineof Michigan will sprak
1 he majority of the einplnvtes of the I rie in.t
rli. lie h"w III l'ort .lervls are for Gleeley and
llroti ii. Mid In nt' pl.o e Is the Cnu innatl none
in put more earnestly iliscuatet than by them.
A Greele) club is about being orgaiiled. ami
plobablv at the Weill, eetlav tlVelllllg llieetillg ut-
portunlly will be uCurd' d lor uu enrollment of
'I be tptiUrlty of the Greeley movement may
be Judged from the fai i ilist 'I II r. Sun ami in
built circulate In this etiion more than all the
other dmhe combined. The former leaden of
the Hepiiblnan pait) aro nearly all Greele) men,
among vviioni are Dr. ('. M. Lvwrence, lat year
Chairman of the County Committer ; Chnilei
St. John. Jr.. the newly doited Supervlaor o
till-town: W. M ail. Ilr. J din Coiikling. raid
iiuny others. '1 he Iri-h are all fur Uiccloy, am
talk uf ttUiug up u il..b.
AVlinl I Knotv About Greeley,
fp i lUiUi itf nt itun.
flit: III 1513 II, G. Jilrtnl of my brother
two small rooms next to Ilarclay street, In Col
lege place, for himself and wife. They here
prm tiled the iuo,t rigid coomony, for ho asked
in lators front any one, and his course began
here, whirl, hope will Hud him at Its end al the
head of lis countrymen, a bright and slun'ng
light for all to t'.rlve to emulate. In lit' hit : en
was engaged feailea-ly attending the rights uf
our Catholic (Hen Is ngaln.l the violent, assaults
of the Knovv-Nolhlii.'s, cliarglnr us with ton
ceallng arms, Ac., under Ihe vault of the
churches. He proved lu hit paper, over hi tt,
mure nf II G fie falsity uf tj' h charges,
lin ing ihe war I -slled on Mr Greeley foqiid
It I sat In Ihe lop story if the YVibum uitice krd
him (or a note to k1 a put lo the (rout ao I
could recover the body of an heroic, nephew who
was killed beside his gun In the tthenandoah
valley serving under Hhrrhlnn.
Greeley wu up to his eyes then In the pood
work of ndllslng Lincoln and Ihe Cabinet bow
l save the country, and annoyed at a stranger,
as he supposed, coming to bole him, roughly
denied tn.'. 1 replied, " You must give me the
note, the boy who Is dead was the boy )ou
dandled on your knee, and for hlssake I ask you
to give It "
lll manner fit onre changed i his cre filled
with tears : and with a shaking pen he wrote
r.itiidty a note for tne to go to th front.
I thank you. sir, for your courage In bringing
forward lloiie'l Horace, so that nurentlreconn
tr) rati appreciate him. As a Democrat, lck of
corruption. I Join hands with you to save us
from the h vt of plunderers. Give us Horace
Gre ley. and newlll change the Imw rt(( In
the White Ho'iso bluo room, and add llegenera
tor lo the "Pater," "Salvator, "Custodian,"
already Inscribed there.
' Hegenerator" Is what the people want and
will have. Your, truly,
Jas. 1 Thavkrs, I? Ileekman street.
Prominent Dulchesa County Hepobllcnns for
PoroiiKrEPJtE.Miiy 30. Dutchess county
will give Greeley and Drown at least 1,000 ma
jority. Among the large number of Dutchoss
county men who have expressed themselves
strongly for Greeley against Grant, or who have
been actively at work In aid of the Greeley
moveme.it, are the following prominent Itepub
llcans: The Hon. John It. Dntcher, the Hon.
Wilson II Sheldon, the Hon. Ablah W. Palmer,
the Hon. John P Wlnslow. the Hon. M. A. Pow.
ler, Geo. L. Hull, Hlchard Kenworthr, Andrew
C. Warren, (the last three now Supervisors), Dr.
Junes O. Wtttwl, Dr. C A. Nlckerwon, Harvey
Plghnlre, T llvte, Cyrus Swan, F.sq., Adolph
Kvveiig, Jr., Thpodore Crouse. T. Cooklngham,
George Cornwell. Lira Hryan. Prank Kno. r.aq.,
Lewl Tompklna, and Orrln Wakeman. Mayor
l'.vttmaii Is wisely on tbe fence with in oye to
Atniinz newspapers the Amenla Time, hereto
fore neutral, now swings out boldly for Oreeley
The honest old Farmer of Chappaqua will re
ceive a bit; tend oS front Dutches county.
A Hirnvv In North. Curollna.
Correspoadence of The fun.
GnKENsnoito, X. C, May 30. A vote wns
taken )esterday on the cars of the Richmond
and Danville Ilallroad. Number of white pas
senger 53; Greeley and Drown, 42; Doubtful, 11.
Number of colored passengers 13; Greeley and
Drown,"; 0 rout, 3; as Instructed 3.
Cranford, N. J., Kalld far Ihe Yodchopper
At a large and enthusiastic meetlnsof Influen
tial resldeals of Crsaford, N. Jv oa lbs Kew Jersey
Central Itallroad, on Saturday, Ihe ulmoal enlboalaem
prevailed for lloneal Did Horace. The lodlaldual sup
port of ihe residents of lbs village will be give a lo lbs
uld walls lul.
Ilr. Greeley's Friends' Pan Down ihe Hay.
A ruarty-ajul.Mtct. -party Jtccucipaoled Mr,.
Patrick Csrroll snd Mr. Jsmes O'h'cll dowa lbs bsy on
Batarday. Tbe y were pasaengers la tbe Clly of Paris,
bound for Cork, snd their friends had chartered s fine
stesmer, Grafulls'a band, sad s lsrge Oreeley csonoa to
give them a fltt'ng send n7. After tbe lac bsd
reached tbe tleamahlp wharf lbs eicursioclata
disembarked and msrehed la a body fto ibe
tune of Solid Men lo the Krvti) to tbe (learner,
snd were reeeiv-d snd coniurled to the tslooa l.y
He-ara. Csrroll ft O'Nell. Tlteit fro-n amid tbe throng
sppesred the Htm. Jlmuiy Oliver wttb s msaalve gold
hearted tsne under bis snn, which, slier Diskless nest
sddreM.be presented lo Mr. Csrroll on behsif of the
ciilteris uf Torkvllle. Mr Csrrpll msde s feeling re
aponae, after whit h the steward waa summoned, arid the
cane w ss well wet In aparkllng champsgne.
The party sc umpatiitd the steamer fsr oat to ses,
snd returned m the be I of spirits stiff listing rxhsusi
td tin Ir abundant ta.'idlea Among the psny were the
Hon Harrvtonet. Judge MrVna-le, the Hon Mmtry
Oliver, Jerry ti'bnea of the luunh Ward. Andrew Keu.
nedy, Kelts li'SeiL ihe Hon. Wm. II. UcCtrtby, tbe
llva. Win. Ultcbissa, snd nisny outers.
siolld Men the Pront.
The Old Plflh Word Hudson IUver Associa
tion, st tbelr last meeting In their new club rooms, si
I'ranklln snd Greenwich streets, oasalmouily adopted
.v.aoerf. Thst we, tbe honorary members of the Fifth
Ward llodaon Itlver Atajclaliun, orgaa led June 3.
IvU. pledge OuratlVta lo tha aupptrt nf ttr.t,-,f lineage
Tiie Olcers sre Wltllsm Hsnnsn. President ; Chsrles
Canntnghsin, ire-1'rrsideni , Mepiien Slsrshsm, eec
rrtary , luvid ll)de, i urrrtpondiLg Svcrstsryt aad
James Tbompson, Treasurer.
How ihey Perl la Ctab.
Ta (Ae RMor of nt Sun.
Slit; I have never voted for a President since
the election of Jsmes K. Polk. Now, sir, my bones
scbe lo vote for Honest Horace Oreeley. The great
I'reaerti Taker may do very well In riding ponies, or
even war horsea, but the country demands an executive
officer who will uol crawl tnto Judicial courts snd sa.
tunie tr.eir fuorliuns. Your readers will perliipt recol
lect thai (Irani, In Us late meatage, enlogued Ihe Judi
ciary of L'Ub. Tbe cbsrscler of tbrae eouits Is tlt
sraceful. Iiiil Tilie.
Uasvaa CUT, Utah Territory, May 21, ISTJ.
. . Iemoirnirr.ndj,reiiveni of Greeley.
At a public meetfng'oi d(H T.tne UeiirocratT"
if tbe I.levroth Ward, held lut evening si Wl Slatton
itreel. Mr. John Smith presiding, sad Mr. Jsmes Hsrt,
bet retsr) . tt w at uiianlinuuely
I: tt if.i, Inst we reiju'-atour delegate to tbe Itsltl.
more t otiveuti ,n to viae iu lswr uf ru'iortiug i..e
loll lielmno lltineal Horace Creel.') al,d OraU Plow u.
bei,.'titia; thai tl Ir auttov will U uioat like.) to ae
t ure the I, ste, hspptuesa. and protpcrit) cf tbe whole
. Tr.utwe sliced lbs m-s meeting on Moo
.lerseyttirn Kmlortlng Greelev,
Tlie following aildrest Is being circulated In
Newark. N.J . sr.d retelvtng tboatsndt of tignsturet
from men uf sll pirtirt i
We. citlit'ca t SUncr county. N. J., believe thst the
Attuoblair iiou eV4 tu perpetual'' tt puw cr fur per
sonal I'lida. At tu. h a tunc, s life loug devutitn to
pili'lilia s the I. "ii'-nialof films the tieople atk In
II. ilr .at I .tie f..r 1'r.aidi'Ut. Vte therefore endorae
for 111- l.lli t.tflt 11 jrsee (Ireele), the esponrbl Of
M.r-" . ifvu.tj-uj vHJi,at au a a Ij ILu rccaird of
Ilornce'i, Nelybbors for IHm,
The Hon. K. G. Sutherland of White Plaint,
tbe recosnued leader of the Westchester Dm vocracy,
bsa come out unrjusltfirdly for Mr. Oreeley. He su
l.ouncta bit lull i, Cub uT sttendlng the llslttinore Coo
vinll'.D si,d piiaelug bla (svurile. Mr. Sutherland la
editor of tt.e jotm M.r(a owewul, a power In the
cuunly. All of the ioui.tr newtpapera, w.tn the e.
teptluuof one In Vlorrtaaula, and une lo Yui.ktla-llic
He bsra-'r r''i',t', .,.ir.o and the lioilrr liu.tlt
sre for hone. I old Horace, mud thute two newspapers
art tailed b) ptaluilcrs.
A Gerntnn Greeley Clnb,
At a meeting of the Germans of the Twentieth
-fW''M'Ml tbtfeper, t-ejd ajSXi Ttiie wei, . .lai.asi
were adopted t-odurvlng Ibo CircuYiiali piatlurtu and
Pa eartd' latea. A (iretley snd liruwn Lsinpaign Club
tt aa nrkaiiued. with Ihe fol.uwmg utbeera Ueo. A.
ltmbre, l,t. I'reaid. nt . Loula Jurdu and Jubii ijermsn,
Ir-e preaidt ula . It Kuniatbtrg and Joba A.bctaelder,
biwturlua, Ibltutr, Ireaaurr.
L'nnulinniin lor Horace.
To l.t Editor nf Jit .1'in.
Slit : Al a meeting held In the house of one of
tbe solid uenof thu place t vols was taken ss lo the
fitliuii of tbe parties present toward the csndbUies for
the Presidency, and all signified tbelr lot' u'lon of sup-iM.iiii,.-
Hr. Grteliy. Su guts tie vote here neit Nu
t.ini't r. A raxi'aisa.
liiAiosp, N. JM Msy SS.
The Plrat Greeley nud llrown Trnnsparrney.
The Tenth Atienibly District Greeley and
Ilruw u c lub rslt.d s trsotpirency st tuelr besdo,usrtera,
9sA Buwery, Saturday Light. TbeClutt numbtrs about Ml
ti., n. .i ta. aud w.n probably double thla Cg rest lbs
r-nncaiiun ii.ei't ng tonight, sir. Win T. Aai.uitu tt
loe I'fitUcul sad Mr. Ibaoita W. aii latail,btilctaiy
?Iatntirl Democriillc Delegates for Greeley,
6t. Lot'i, June S. The Dmocrullc primaries
Is, l oUht 'letted drltgttes lo lbs Stale Coatentlunto
be b' Id at JefTirtun Clly oa tbe 111b Inst., lo cbuote del
l ale to the imiimur- Couveutlun. A large b.Jurliy
cl l-o dilta'atta sre for Greeley sod Uruwa.
A Colored Greeley Club,
The P.lghlli Ward C dored Volera' Greeley and
Hruwu i iub wss uusaUed oa EslurJsy blgul, s( Ti
A Safe Hrokru Opruiind llobbed,
Ytatcida) morntiig at t o'cPh I: n.c feed and
grain icrt of II. J. W ncU, il fit itcood treaoe, wst
lulcred by lurgisrs. Tbey bickcnptn tbe iron ttfr snd
Hub Ihetrtiom s Urge tmount of money. It It nip-
j' .aed II. al Hie buiklsn l.tiaUie slsilli'd st the a
truatl.ul ll.e p, hie. laa 111 llikklng P-etr Clispe Ihey
t, fl II. 'lr loo. a behind. Iheae tuula ll wu aaiefltlned
liwi ' eu to it ii from central i r (jtlltgher who had a
at , . I ' oi. ' i ., t ii. at l.y. Vealrrdar alii rno.iu (lllur
n'llll ii ..f Hie I ifly blulh street alallou slrealed llsvid
IILUl'.hbl "I ttil htelcr gang, uu tuteKluu.
A Klvteenth YVnnl Trngetly.
Vctterday aflernoon Henry l. ,nn. of 120
Ec v tilt tvtuue sod I'alflck- UtCass uf III Will
rtti; iUlt vtrrcl, insrrellvdioo fuuybl it Twer.t.eil
itree'. tud Irnlb tvrbur, Hurirg Ibe Ok'tit Pugsn
tr.ri-w a stonecutter's chuel it lcttbn lie rr.nl.e
werj' wile Jl u inieuded mark tnd , truck Uen sn
(i i onn .1 ne, the bsct il Ihe iital T' e blon Irn lu" I
bit ikull lie wti i.'n Ihi TwecUetl tlrtel (-..
tislio- sndstlruur i I'olltc turgeuc Uesvb aba pro
buuL'.cd Ua a .'Uid laUd. XJugaa u alttiud I
i nr. vim. tnr.Lvn i emevs.
lfnrrahlnc Ihe Amerleivn Cre snr In-flen.
Plncktirr'aj llrrnd-nnd-lliilier llrlge.l,
The r-nlillent nnd -vallera Itcpudlallng II
- Whence Ihr Funds.
To-day (iniut's IirlRado of offlcchohlo
In this city will begin their journey to Philadel
phia to take part In engineering and hurrahing
tho nomination of tlio American C.vsru- through
the Convention, Arrangements have been se
cretly mndo toward having tho representation
of officeholders nt tho Convention aa strong and
effective at possible, and to-day and to-morrow
will witness a stampede of Federal officials from
the metropolis. The Custom House will fend
t i largest quota of men, and smaller fnrcca
from the Internal Ilevenue unices. If, S. Mar
shal's offlce. Navy Yard. Appraiser's Depart
ment, ic, will help to awell their ranks.
OKX. rlNCK.Nr' COMMAND.
TherwIII muster under the direction of Oen.
Plnckney, a member of Grant's Association In
the Fourteenth Aaemhly District. Their place
of mretlng In Philadelphia will be at Chestnut
and Tenth street, and shouting and loh
b)lng for the great gift-taker and ne
potist will firm their principal task
until his nomination Is accomplished, after
which the nrograirme will bo varied bya pro
cession. This demonstration I to bo chronicled
as the New York Hrpiiblicans' procession, and
will be composed of every Federal official In
this city, all being allowed to neglect their pub
lic duties w Ithout remonstrance. An effort waa
made to get the till rent ex-oldiers' and sailors'
clubs to unite with tho demonstration, but It
a srmnr wrrr rxo.
The preparations for having tho Grant wire
pullers and offlieholder attend the Phila
delphia Convention have been In charge of a
special cetmmltteo composed of n, represen
tative froci each Assembly district. Their pro
ceedings have ben conducted with spcrcey,
and they have held their meetings In such a way
that no one should suspect their purpose. Their
last caucus look plsra on Friday evening last. In
n small room at Broadway; and Twenty-third
street. Dx-Senator Lalmbeer prclded, and
among those present were Col. "'Mike ' Hums
t'nlted rotates weigher; James Jackson, a
Custom House clerk ; David II. Melllsh,
a publlo store keeper! Jacob Patterson,
17. b. Weigher; Col. Avery, a Custom Hojso
clerk: Hill Haw, Jr., Crecgan, U. B. Weigher,
w no PATS TIIE HILLS.
Ex-Senator Latm!err gave the meeting an Idea
of where the funds were to cume from to pay
the expenses In Philadelphia. He aald contri
butions had been requested from several Grant
sympathizers, and among those who had given
money were William E. Dodge, Henry D. La
paugh, and Thomas C. Acton. It was under
stood that the Hon. Thomas Murphy would
plank down t-VlO. Among those announced
aa having refused to subscribe to the
fund were named Wm. A. Darling and
ex-Mayor Opdyke. Iladgea were ordered
to be worn at Philadelphia by the office
holder, and one member proposed that eaoh
delegate should wear a portrait of Grant on the
breast of hla coat. Another suggested that
Wedn oaday o-Jcnl to leg made
a atioal holiday,
but thla proposition was not entertained.
A committee of three was selected to go to
Philadelphia and prepare accommodations for
the New York officeholders who will make their
appearance In that place to-morrow. It Is
thought by a good Judge that the Inn to the
country resulting from the absence of the office
holders from their posts of duty will amount to
many thousands of dollars. Huslns will also
be retarded, and merchants and others greatly
co.NOiiE&skis.t noi.soTO rmt.inr.LriiiA-Hi.inT
WlLMIN r CIIA.1CE3.
Washington. Juuo 2. Tho Conference
Committee on ltevenue Hill could have com
pleted their report ready for the session of the
House to-morrow at 10 A. M., but finding that
their time Is not limited, they did not meet
again last night and will not now be ready be
fore lato on M. uday. The tobacco tax Is not yet
fixed upon. An effort will be made to finish the
revenue bill to-morrow, as there will be a vir
tual adjournment from Monday over to Friday,
and a very largo number of both Houses will go
to the Philadelphia Convention.
The contest over tho Vice-Presidency It the
only matter of Interest now. There Is consid
erable grumbling about Grant, but his nomina
tion la generally conceded unless he should with
draw to secure harmony its the pari). Tlieruaiv
probably a hundred Southern delerateshere and
they now all talk In favor of Wilson of Ma'sv
chusetts. AUbama. which waa eoiintpd for WU
son of Iowa, Is likely to vote first for Wilson of
Massachuaetta, who now seems to be ahead un
less the Wrat concentrate on Wilson of Iowa,
Wilton of Massachusetts also develops strength
In Ohio and Kentifky, which have boen hereto
fore claimed for Colfax second,
col. CHAULE3 s. srK.M'F.ii's rRrrAiiAitoss rott
It has been generally understood for some
da) a ibst sny good repeaters or bsllot-box stuffers
would he furnished with free paaees to tiie l'bi)sdepi:a
Convention snd return. On Sstordsy td.bt Col. Charles
f . hpencer. st bla office In Hescb slrret, diatribuled ti of
these tickets lo a gan of roughs a&4 ornrcholdert of
Ihe r-lsteenlb Ward, lie alto gsre Cspt, Joba A. Meex
nf tt.e nlrtt Ttlrh of the Ca.iam Hens cheek for I.M.
ttylog thst he onght to give ftvnvore. t-ut now ihl he
Is ft flojil with heart -spenaea to bear, he could not
JalVr'dTo a m 'TuTe-.Tii T ' vzr. r ir-rr tt B-jt m tt
LonlloeLUl Hotel la Ph.lsdrlphls ta slgbt.
y j:vs ritoii cuux.
The Volunteers Plaiting Is Dura Ibe Ppaulth
Hit ttk-The Pdgnr flunrt Lav adlug Vnr
."Mnlerlitl far Ihe Patriot.
Key West. Kin., June 2. Letters received
here from Havana, dated Friday morning. May
.11, say preparations were aecretly made by the
volunteers to attack and burn tho Spanish Hank
and the exchange offices on Thursday evening,
while the procession of Corpus Chrlstl waa pass
ing through tbe streets. Gen. Ceballos, having
received warning, had a battalion of marines,
over K0 regular officers and their servant, and
a company of volunteer cavalry, composed of
Cubans, ready to fall on the conspirators should
they attempt to carry out their plot.
On the morning In question the President of
the Span'tb Hvnk lsued a proclamation defend
ing the Institution from the charge of specula
ting In foreign exchange and of raising the ritto.
declaring that the pivaeiit high price was owing
to causes beyond the control of the bank, which
rcully suffered by It.
Contrary to general expectation, the day p.ias
ed off without dl'turlun e. Tho pnttesshn
look place, but the ureas were deaerted by
Tbcate letters also report that the steamer P.d
gar Stuart succeeded lu landing a cargo of war
mutoniil f ir the Inurior lu safely. Cepcde:
was near Mnyarl. viral Cuban chiefs had
been detectetl In intrigues with the Spaniards
to sell out and deliver their companlunt Into
lb hands of the troops, Those of tlio cotivpl
Vjr.b. wJ hi- d-gul'd-e'-acre c-jn.ienA
"lo uVatn arid"' Mliieu on trees with- t'jelr hc-suv
du,. n ward.
A Grrinrtn llrucglet's fulrldr.
Morlz Drex, a young German druggist who
csme to this country two yesrs sgo. tbot blmaelf In tbe
bitd on Fsturdsy ulebt la tbe New Kngland Hotel. In
s letter thai wss found on Ihe tsble he sill tbsl sn In
curable rsrst be prompted bim lo the deed. He was s
msn of means, snd was siwsys cheerful scd gralle
msnly. The tenant girl In Ibe hotel converted with
him s few hours before tho report uf the pittol was
brsid. hbe uuticrd tusl be an aoaieatat pile.
" Are you unwell? " the ttkid,
.) ea," be raid In su eguri at cnerfnlaeti.
He bsd o'len tuld tnla girl. In s loculsr war, thst li'i
tweetbeart wat in Oennany, and (hat the bad btt'tyed
htm. some of the iHetrili-rt lo the house think tt waa
aiiippointed love tint pramst.'U tht oeed, but Coroner
Ib rnnsn who has very ctrelully luvutuaiid lbs case,
di-rreditt ibis. ...
Diet was s tall, rsther fine-looking msn. il yesrs old.
Ill, t.th. r Ii a wealthy drugg.il In Uennsny. One nf
I.U hrotl.eti, s tta csj'tsin, who had not acci him for
yitrt, la expected to strive la a few di)t,
The Greul ( nlhollc Sllaalon,
The great Cathollo mission of the Kedemp
lorltt Fttbers to n en, was doted lul eveoing in Ct.
AlpbODisl't Church, ttoutb Ftflb avrnoe. The tteted
cdlCre wss crowded, scd hundreds who came lite were
unable lo and even slsnd.cg rocia la Ibe sltlet tai ftl
leriet. All were iruvlded with ttpert. which were
biea-ed snJ lighted while the stven tnuutsnd renewed
their bsptltiiial vos. Islhera llurke tnd llrnmnk
presehed on the neeetaity uf stolding aln, and Ibank. d
It e v avt eoiigregsittn for their rou.tant alter lance u
in the iiila.ion. At ihe cluie me gresl multitude le
celvtd spletsry lDduls;cbie.
Another ilrooklyq Tragedy,
Dledrlch Van Thuue. keeper of a lager leer
tvltion, Union tirerl, Urooklyn, died yrttcrdty in -rn
Irg. ll was rumored that he had committed tutclde by
taking I'sris green, lu tbe sftrrnoun Cspuln Firry
srrtsied W.lllsui Vtrredmsn ou the complaint of Vsn
Thtue't wife, who s.'egts that errtdu.sri gave her
tuvbtiid a aevere ltaiu.g un Rsturday nulit. ll.e
taluun it ww reaorl. tnd Vsn Ihune l.sd ll.e rriiuU'
lien of l.e-t s guarrrlaoiiie peiaua. Tlie police Uibik
ta.l bu ii.ImU.IIU u auu .Jc.
Hultlde ol n Suite Prison Convict,
Al'lU'HN. June S -Frallck, who was sentenced
by Judge -'mlh on Fndsy tuning to fifteen yesrs st
srd tbur fur srtoo ta burble? the llennett tture la
Pyratuto abuul two years ttnee, snd who sttempted
tuuiae yiatirda) by taking s heavy dote of mun.iimr,
lieu in AuL-uiv ,sl( st I 'clock ifda muruing. Hern
mttn - urrontcfout from the time of itklng lbs polauu
III lit drtth Alter being itivtoced It dtud kt
would ssvsr is ts iirttoa tiirs-
ilU VV SOMEaMKX DO BUSINESS
isrovxitrxa jtTsct.osvnns rnox
1'IIVLVS, iwnai: .t CO.
IteaprelKblp Tr.iilrmcn Hleallnx Ihelr Great
ItlvnU' Valuable Secret nnd Ittislnpss
Ilriblng Clerk nnd Prncllcnlly llecomlng
Ilnrulnrs-A Stir In Ihe rjvvaiup.
Tlio olil nnd well-kiiown firm of Phelps,
Dodge Sc Co. do business as meUl merchant al
11 to 21 Cliff street. Tney haves branch house
In Liverpool. Thoy are very heavy Importer,
and their biitlno relations are varied and ex
tensive. For soroo weeks the Arm has been sus
picious of Interference with Its books, letters,
cahlo despatches, and other details of Ha busi
ness. They found that whatever move they
made In the market, either In buying or selling,
or whatever points they had rrgardlng move
ments In foreign markets, and even tho details
of their own stock, wero known to other mer
chants within a very short time after they were
known to themselves. This, of course, resulted
In more or Insa loss to thorn, and great annoy
nnco and Inconvenience. Tbe source of the
outsiders' Information remained a mystery.
Finally. Capt. Sampson, chief detective officer
nf tho Hankers' nnd Brokers' Association, was
secured. Ex-Judge Pullerton was retained to
prosecute tho prospective criminals, and Capt,
Saunjison placed detectives on the track of tbe
supposed thtorcs of tho Information.
It was thought that whoever furnished tho
facta to outsiders must bo In the employ of the
firm, and the clerks were shadowed by detec
tives. This surveillance was finally narrowed
down to two men. who were discovered holding
secret conferen. es outside tho office, and occa
sionally spending evenings In Phelps. Dodged:
Co.'a office. Suspicion was also held of other
men who profited by Information surretitlltously
obtained from Phelps, Dodge ll Co s private
papers and books, and thev were watched. A
few weeks ago Mr. Abram Nelson, a metal
mvrclur.t. cf M Pearl street, nnd residing on
Mount Pleasant avenue, ewark, was ascer
tained to be In crlluslon with the guilty parties.
This discovery occasioned surprise, for Mr. Nel
son was a man of good reputation, doing a re
spectable business, and rated well at the mer
cantile agencies. Ills business Is said to have
largely Increased within the past few months.
Some weeks ago be was seen entering Phelps,
Dodge A Co.'s office with one of the clerks. He
waa not arrested then, for It was believed that
he had other confederates who might be secured
by waiting. Since then Mr. Nelson has visited
the offlce several times, sometimes being ad
mitted by tbe Janitor, and again by one of the
A MCBCltAJST' WOCTCnjVAL rxrLOYMEST.
Nelson rarely Tlslted the house during busi
ness hours, and on some of his nocturnal visits
he was accompanied by outsiders who are In
lertrstedtn lfet.rnftl trade. AH ere- watched
uay and night, lletectl a. Fisher and Perrfhg,
and others of Capt. Sampson's force being em
ployed. Superintendent Kelso was apprised of the
state of affairs, and he lent his active aid to the
detection of the criminals. About ten days ago
Capt. Ward of the Heekman street police, waa
taken Into consultation, and he has been very
energetic and suct'essful In his endeavors. De
tectives Mi Laughlln and Nlchol nf the Heekman
street police were also placed on the track, and
they were present with Capt. Sampson's detec
tives when tbe arrests were made.
A urrrcTivK akiiested as a ultiolati.
The circumstance which led to calling In
Capt. Want's ten Ires, Is told xs follows : Messrs.
Phelps, Dodge A-Co, employed Capt. Sampson,
who placed men on the track of tlie supposed
thieves. They followed the suspected persons
wherever they went. At the seme time he had
a man watching Phelps, Dodge & Co.'s build
ing. This man did bis duty to well
that he exiled suspicion on the part
of Ihe Heekman street jtollcp. An officer was
set low au n Sampsons detective, who was not
known, and while the detective watched the
tuildlng the officer dogged the detective. A
little more than a week ago the de:ectlve's per
severance tn aklrmlshlng about Phelps, Dodge &
Co.'s building was deemed sufficient warrant for
his arrest. He was taken lo the Heekman street
Kllce station susiM-cu-it a a buiglar. Ho t e
used to give an Information regarding himself,
and be waa taken to the Central Office. Here he
oberved the sine msrk-d retlcnce, and tne
suspicions of the Heekman street police became
stronger than ever. Tbe thurtest way to end
the complication and avoid further Interference
by vigilant officers from Heekman street was to
take Capt. Ward Into the work of the capture,
which was done, and thenceforward hit officers
aided those of Cspt. Sampson, whom detectives
were not again arrested on charge of burglary.
In following the men It was learned that the
clerks who were supposed to be engaged In fur
nishing the Information frequently visited vari
ous hotels, among them the Park Hotel and the
I'n.ted States Hotel, registering different and
aasumed names, and being met by Nelson, who
seemed to bo the prime mover, and who fre
qm inly left the loiife'er m ,ni a t -indie
r.f papers. Nelson sometimes bought goods of
'I'l.'j;,'1' l'-M!.e rVt'-'.-a' t e..il i,i-v .arfuidaig
a price-list, but his legitimate connection with
tbe bouse was limited.
A short time ago the flrra received notice from
an .ther concern In the trade Ihst certain Infor
mation had been offered them whbh thev
thought must have come from Phelps, Dud.e -Co,
by some fraudulent means.
WHAT rOllCID THE AHttrST.
Tills and various other reasons, coupled with
the fact thai they Intended lo make some
change In tbelr confidential clerks on June 1,
whb h fai't the clerks Implicated knew, de
cided I'helpp. Dodgo A Co. to make the
arrest on s.itunla) night. At 7.l P. M.
Mr. Nelson appeared mi the ground, and
he was qup kly admitted M the office by Peter
son, the janitor. Meanwhile Dele, lives Mc
Laughlin and Nb'hol were quietly waiting out
side for the reappearance of NcUnn. Al 1":'M
lie apjieared with the Janitor, snd both were
arrosled. IVterwon was asked what he was do
ing, and he said he belonged there. Mr. Nelson
aiptiarrd with one of the office pens behind h s
ear. and he also seemed much surprised at the
uew turn In affairs. In reply to an Hiuulry
to his busmen there, he said that he
had been to call on the Janitor. When arrested
be made a movement toward his pocket, at
though to throw away some papers, but he was
1 revented. and both men were marched to ihe
Heekman street station. Nelson vv.is searched,
and on his person were found copies of a largo
number uf lnitortaut papers belonging to
l'helps. Dodge .V Co . Including cablo telegrams
and letters from their Liverpool house, and
other documents received Hi New York, and
topics of deepatches, letters and patters sent
from the New York house, of whlt h record had
tx-eli prt served In the offlc. A skeleton key
wxs fitpnd in Mr. Nelson's isscsslon, and ano
ther wu found on the Janitor.
t'Cf 0 vnyb VeT" nf mr rtu .
While searching Mr. Nelaon Ihe but of some
thing whli h looked like n pistol was discovered
silt king out above the waistband nf his trow
sent. The officer pulled uu It. and It was ascer
tained to bo it new silk timbrel a- the property of
one of the llrui, wlib h Mr Nelson had tucked In
his t rower's leg w hen he left tbelr office. Hp
earned his own umbrella in his hand. Mr. Nel
son was tot illy overcome with shame and re
morse, and he wept bitterly. What could have
led a resieclablo merchant to a courre so dla
Imus to his reputation and pruipects Is un
known. IteturnlDg to the offlco of Phelps, Dodge A
Co., many pajicrs and hooka of th c n.'ern were
found I) tig about on .w.k. from which the
Janitor doubtless Intruded to ruturn them to
Ihelr propor piuce. Aiii'dig them were papers
and letter-book which had been taken from the
private tlesks of the partners, and which not
even the confidential clerks had aciess tu. Thev
were doubtless gotten at by means nf false kera.
Mr Nelson and the Janitor wero yesterda)
taken before Justice Howling, at the Tombs,
nnd commuted lu default of tJ.fiii ball In mil
t ate on a charge of burglary. Each man has
made some confeaslon of his guilt, and from Ihe
C't'.iiesslons and a conversation with a member
of the firm the following I gained ;
Tt' fi'm receives daily a large mall. Mr. Nel
oii gained tho confidence or excited ihe cil.
Itldltv of the Janitor, Hlsllrst step was to ob
tain the elitehipes which had covered letters to
Plo'lps, Dudt'ii A Co., many uf them henrtn y the
vv orus i
If sol called for within let) rjtyt, retcra lo .
WHAT WIS KTlll.KN.
Prom thee tbe address of many of the Urn's
customers was obtained. Afrer various steps.
the, aervtcpa ftf una or two rlerka wprt aectiretl
ami then tho work began In enniett. fuiistos
of all kinds rclHtltig to l'helpt, Dodge and Co a
b itinei-H was stolen nnd freely uted by Mr. Nel
son. I'helpti, Dodge A' Co ' term to c uttomcrt,
Ihelr relations abroad, what they Intended to
buy and what tn tell. a:id how much they hal
on hand were laid under contribution by Mr.
Nelson, who used the information. Learning
Ihelr terms to a certain merchant. Mr .Neluii
would write nfferln; terms a sh tde tower than
Phelps. Dodge X Co ( pi Ire He Is aald to have
offered Information to v..ru iia flruia In the trnd".
being In tome rates sumssful. P., me cf tbe
Amis "t.o derived information In this manner
are tuld to be known to 'hfli-. Dodge i Co .
nt Hiding teve-al brt.is outside the fit). The
Jamil r and i Icrkt uie tin ught t havi r.r-t been
bri eit. and kepi iu the u-nuo Lybribiwand
fear uf ex, oiure.
HOW IT WAS DOME,
Tlie Orm lit no doubt tbatdiiptlrateke)stniti
safe ante utvd. Uoiu the l that bouka and pa
per which aro kept In an Inside safe within the
larger one were used as sourcos of Information
It I their belief that wax Impreaslons of the
keyholes were taken and keys made therefrom.
This the Janitor denies, saving that Ibe box con
taining the papers was left nut at night, tt e
copies taken, and Ihe box placed In tho safe In
the morning Immediately after It was opened.
There Is no doubt that the men had keys to the
pnvato draw era of the members nf the firm, and
that all Us private Information was stolen and
msde merchandise of.
Erick I. Peterson, the Janitor, Is married, and
has a family. He was an nlTIi er In the navy, and
has been many years In the employ of Phelps.
Dodge It Co. lie resided In the building, and
had the confidence of his employers. He was
connected with the Sunday school of the Pea
men's llethel. Neither of the clerks Is young.
One Is married, and both were held In hlch es
teem by the firm. It Is probable lhat other at
rests will be made, Including some persons out
of the State.
Phelps. Dodge le Co. think lhat this thieving
has been continued tor months. Its revelslluti
will doubtless create a stir In the metal trade.
Commissioner numslrd nnd Gnrrrl Vi rtlnntl
Convicted of Conspiracy lo lit fraud Jcl -er
Cllr-Mr. Welsh Acquitted.
The trial of Messr. Dumsted, Welsh, nnd
Vreeland. for conspiracy to defraud Jersey Clly
In the purchaso of land for the new reservoir,
closed on Saturday afternoon. The day was oc
cupied entirely with tho closing arguments of
counsel. Attorney-General GUclitut delivered
an eloquent and convincing argument for tho
State. He addressed the Jury tor two hours.
Judge ncdle charged the Jury at length, dwel.
ling with emphasis on tho culpability of an offi
cial who engages In a conspiracy to defraud the
public treasury. He nrefaced bis argument by
saying that In regard to Welsh the Court did nut
intend to assume control of his case, but to leave
It entirely with the Jury, He thought that the
testimony would scarcely warrant a conviction i
and while he would not make an older to that
effect, he would advise the Jury In acquit him,
leaving the responsibility entirely with them.
He then railed attention to the position which
Humsted held In the clly government, and de
fined his duties as a publio officer. A man who
accepts a position of trust from tho city Is
bound to sink his self-interest, to forget per
sonal considerations, and to see that the city
suffered no loss In any transaction over width he
had control. Aside from tl e present charge of
conspiracy, Humsted would be guilty of official
misconduct If. In his capacity as a member of
the Hoard of Public Works, he had allowed any
transaction to be consummated whereby the clly
was defrauded. The Judge Illustrated the con
duct of the prisoners by putting a case to the
Jurors, placing the foreman In the position of a
purchaser and his neighbor as a seller of real
estate, neither of them knowing the other's
wishes, which wen, however, known to the
third gentleman In the box, who Introduced
himself as an agent to one and a purchaser to
tbe other, and then repudiated his agency and
compelled the purchaser to pay thrice the value
of the property. This riveted the attention of
the Jury, and It was very evident that It had
more effect upon them than the law laid down
by the court and the arguments of the counsel
for cba prut? silor
Ihe Jury went oa, at ten minutes past four,
and after an absence nf ten minutes returned
with a verdict of guilty against Humsted and
Vreeland. Judge Dedle announced that he
would sentence the prisoners at 10 o'clock on
Saturday morning next, allowing them logo at
largo on tho original ball bonds until that time.
Mr. Welsh was 'warmly congratulated by his
friends on bis acquittal. The punishment In
this case Is Imprisonment st hard labor tn the
Stato Prison for two years and a fine of f j0.
tiie cxriL sun ricn it vlvs.
The Hoards of Examiners Preparing for
Washington, Juno 2. Tlio Hoards of Ex
aminers for the several departments are engaged
In preparing for competitive examinations ac
cording to the rules and regulations for the civil
service recently promulgated. Under these
regulations, any citizen of tbe United States
over eighteen years of age who may furnish the
required evidence as to health, moral character,
and fidelity to tbe Union and the Constitution,
may make application for admission to the
i;i class of clerkships, and If tho aptllrstton
shows reasonable capacity for clerical service,
the name of the applicant Is placed on what Is
called the eligible list. When a vacancy occurs,
the eligible applicants are notified to appear fur
examination, unless there aro more than can te
examined at one time. In which case a practica
ble number la selected for examination.
In making up tbe eligible list and selecting
the practicable number, tho Hoards arc guided
entirely by the merits of the application, without
the slightest reference to other camtJerations.
The names of Ihe three candidates who have
passed the best examination are certified for the
vacancy, and from there names tbe head of the
department Is required to moke tbe appointment.
riaiiTixo tx mkxico.
Jk&cdtlvc Tu.to.rx .&r.Ow..lLTrrpmeoj
Troops The Pitt! of Monterey.
Matauoiias, Juno 2. Last night nt 11
o'clock news was received here announcing that
Gen. Trevlno, finding himself being hemmed In
between Gen. Corello's forces from Seltllloand
the forces of Oen. Ccvallos from Cataargo, at
tempted to evacuate Monterey, when he was at
tacked snd badly routed, losing the greater port
of bis men and material, and escaping himself
with n small guard toward the mountains.
Hells were mug and troops paraded at mid
night In celebration of the vl. t. ry. Th puts
the entire road from the frontier to the clly of
Mexico in Jtosscstlon of tho Government, which
has suffli'lent fortes In all Intervening cities to
maintain order. Gens, Oval la s ami Corella'a
armies united amount to T.rtl men; and now
that Monterrey has fallen, the they will be used
to jmrsup the revolutionists, who are dispersed
through the country in small squads.
The mall stage and telegraph will be restored
In a short time, and communication opened
from this clly to the capital.
A Sleeping t'nr Overturned.
NiCllviLlJi, June ".A sleeping car on the
S'sthville snd Korthwcitern lUllrosl wss overturned
this morning by tbe breaking of so axle, near I'egrta
alallun. rlnetrea mtlev from V'svhrtlle. Five psts-cgert
were tn Ihe csr. xtrs. II. Westbrrford. of 51-inpbH, wss
kilted, slid Mirs Oracle i urttt, uf Meiuphu, had her
thigh broktn snd wsa otherwise injured, lbs olhcr
paiaeufctls cscsptd witu a.lgbi brultio.
The Comptroller'! monthly exi Iblt of the city
wirrtntt drawn lor Apr 1 snd Msy ihuwi the t jltltc
couct of the city to be ll(,JST3 15 1 the lot I account
; '. oaiiij. J cads sr). mIu xrmi.ic;'! of.
payn.eoti lu Va 31 of l, ',.';,? . its i in and
luuilydeb', after deduct ug alukh.' fund, fur Uai la
luujl.TTt U. the total .lock. I., mil during DK
ui mlia ending May !1 were fl t : n rrv Jo. Cwabuiclly
scd coubty tnatury Hsy SI. IJuaJT st.
Washi.ngtos, Juno 2.-The extension of tho
time for sl'iturnmeni one wee'g wss csrrted by a Urge
msjortti In both houses, snd tbst msjorh) temt preitv
determined thtt It thtll uol be ta'tin e-tendetl, ard
will, aicurdlna'ly. force through lh tpprprltllon tills
Duw held tn the Ventte snd tint' at i - eibttig uafure
teen tranaplri'i, ever) thing will b CcUbed up tu good
svjiiks moM Tin; i i:Li:c,n.ivii.
There has Jutt been organized at Nw burgh the
Orange slid luli hraa lullrosd ) err) t ouiuanr, 11', a
capital wf Iti. tv.. for ii e pur,' .a,- of rur 1. 1 ria bet w t 'o
the tt-rinlnu. of t'.e Frettalwst tW-sn l t'o wr.tern
terminus of the Hutches tnd Columbia lltilrutd, oa
the oppitie aide o( tl.e Hud.on IUver. miking through
Cubuciliuu lc. vtn Ne Lngltod tuJ lue Vi t,l.
xoaajva ii x rinx.
The Shelby Female College at Shelbyvllle. Ky.,
wss burnrd un Thursday ntetii. Lots sboul 1 15,1)0 ; la
turar.it Irom H.Outo IH'.UO.
nushnell's shoe store on Liberty street. Hath.
K. Y., slao tbe sdjoln ng rcttd'Sirs snd business piacce
Of Hr Wiley, VV ,11. I'..rdv, sou virv Ivea, were bur ., d
on eslurdty. Allerttsrda Ihe wsrehoua- uf Jltldru.
lrovk t,u , v, ith u,e tt ek of tgrn ultural '"'I'lvo,-.
j wnelurned. Tuisi io. vusi inurtb- ' """'
JOTT1X ..S .IIIU I T TO ll'.Y,
The Mutual bat the Athletics at tho Union
grounua un saturda) , lu ,
A human skull and seven liones were found
yealerda) uu the loot uf a l.ut.ar al Math aveoue.
Horace Greeley's Jokes, written by old.tlmo
editon and rrponera of the 'iifo.nr, for as.e oa all Uiu
new t t'sbtli. Milj.lt ur pagea, leu taut.
Less than four hundred tnensreempl nedln
the ?tv) srd, and leu i resve wilt be ii.ad. I., f r
July, sa the ai pr rr.si tut ire eihautte.i Vhe-Ad
U'lra) Kon It Hit j 1 t jr .tai. Hal au.llh UU laal
&aturd.y, tn tuuui.tiot uf inr iiath't.
Companies A, C. P,and 1 of the TwenM-aecond
Itrg'intcl. .N.U.&.S Y. hav d. i id d lo it.aaeairq tu
I. it tiiii-Ld. Vs. Working in ii i lit-a frj.n tsch toiii.
psc) bsir beta sppuint' a. si... ,,, u.ttiu. vvtuug
luu.skelbt bictaar) aria', genu i It.
Mr. 11. Ilnhler treated hit f-le nds to n grand
bs igtiet on MlurJt), ai t e upin.bg ol ..it ua me
an . 'uteri recti. i ,s.l'r"Suway W ,ne ru w ts through
ti n ibe isy, snd h i.l and rurm et) ")ed Ibeint.liri
tn rougl.iy tbe Jov tf tbe occtti n t lie g'ilen.o ty
the b-tti.ing Itce of Ilr K A,, bdauioot, Ui tuperlu
ItuJsal nf u tltbui,ML
A BORGIA. IN BROOKLYN.
.issnsson rmr.inn o. Axnnnsox'a jt')
it YSTl'.niO US 1) VA Til. Jj-
The Pitlher Accusing Ills Daughter-ln-Lavr fti
of .tltirilrr-Thr llody F.kliuiued nnd Ar y.
arnle Pound In Ihe Hloiiinch .Mr. Ander- jf
son nud Dr. Irish In Joll-Thit Wife's Slorr. j
Edwnrd O. Anderson, nil n.htiit nsc- Sf
sor In the Ilevenue office, Brooklyn, died at his
residence, 111 Pulton avenue, on the 9th of April it
last. lie bad been attended during his sickness tftf
by Dr. Lucius 11. lrlh of SIS Court street. Dr. j"Ji
Irish gsve.v certificate statlra that Mr. Ander jS
son had died of scute gastritis, and tho body jfjj
was Interred at Yonkcrs, where Anderson's
father and relatives lived Tho suddenness of Pi
Mr. Anderson's death and other circumstances jj
which hsd been talked of In the family led Mr, ley
Alfred Anderson, the father, to suspect lhat hbt jj ,
son had been poisoned. ji
scspicio.ws or roisoM, J
Three months after tho burial he male aa f
affidavit setting forth that his son was a man ol jjj ,
strong constitution, and had always enjoyed IP
good health and that he died after 24 hours, Jf
tlckncM that ho had violent pains In tht t
stomach and vomited a great dee I. That his son's fl
wife, Sarah Anderson, gave him to drink a mix. 5
tore which sho railed " toast water," and that Ijfi
alter drinking tthti died i that bis sun hail fro. t i
qiientlysald he lived unhappily with hla wife, ?
and that he often told his mother, who Is now ttt
dead, thst he was afraid to cat any llilng In hi Ii)
own house that his wife cooketl for fear of be- j&
lug poisoned, for she had often said It would tx M
a pleasure lo her to too him come home Eyj
corpse. In concluding his sworn statement lis su
p.-avttl tl.at tho body might be disinterred and ?5
an Inquest held. fi
tiir nonr r-xneutn. Ui
The affidavit was sent to District Attorney raj
Hrltlon, who at once ordored the body exhumed BJ
for examination. Cortdier Whitehall of llrook. sS
I) ti was pieacnt al the dlsliiteriuent,and remained LvT
with the body until Its arrival In llrooklyn. A k?
brother of the deceased also accompanied lbs j)
body. When taken tothe Morgue. Dr. Sheppard Vk
removed the atoinacb nnd senllt to Dr It. Ogden Po
Doremut of New Yuik. fS
Tlie next day an account was published, setting -yV
forth the particulars of the sui posed polsnnlnr. ;J
and throwing suspicion on the wife, Sarah, and je
Dr. Irish, at the guilt)' parties. It treated greal ,l
excitement. Dr. Irish published a card, asking .'
the publlo to suspend Judgment until the ra '
suit of the chemist's anal)sls was made knowi). 4
ARSENIC rOf.Ml IN TIIE STOMACH. V
jMt Saturday District-Attorney Ilrltton re
celled a note from Dr. Doremua acqualntlnt r
him of Ihe result of the examination as far as
made. He had found arsenic In (he stomach. -Y
Yesterday morning the District-Attorney nb
talned warrants for the arrest nf both the wife
and Dr. Irish. They were placed In the hands t,r
of Officer O'Hrlen. Dr. Irish was found In his J.V'
drug store and taken to the Iluller street sta- lev
tb.n. Mrs. Anderson, on the entrance of the :U
rffl er to be.- aiiarvnwols. HI) Fulton avenue, Kf
Wats seaieti al her irrmluve Wicl n-Mi:ivtl . Kjt
with the object of the visit, sho arose and me- l
chanlt-ally followed htm to the Vork street pc i,t
the win and on. limn in jail. VI
The Doctor refuses to make any statement Ifj
about the affair whatever. He conducta him- l'i
self as one who has no fears, and is confident 1
that when the caso Is examined It will bo fouud y'J
that he Is Innocent. rffi
Mr Aiiden-on was allowed by Capt. McConncll (.H
to remain In his room until her friends were ins- JM
llfletl "f the arret:. Shortly after her arrival at !tJ
the police station a Sl'N reporter vislietl her. I'ii
She was stated on a lounge, and aiosc as tho ru- l-lf
porter entered, and was Introduce!! by ihe C.i-
tain, bho Is a slim, genteel-looking woman, t
with large, full eyes, uml du'k brown hair, ar- .J
ranged In many puffs on the forehead. She was o.'
drescd In deei mouinlng. Her eyes were red fit
with weeping. WI.en asked If she had any oh. 'l
Jtitioua to lelllng tbo story cf her tr-sland's rT!
do. th, she replied :
SHIS. ANDERSON'S 8T0IIT, jjd
I hsre nore. though a.t nrit I had ant Intended lo tfs
sptsk with s rrpo.ier. 1 was msrrled In Yonkers (,
tweite jeara at-u. vv e have lit. d in this cit) nine years. Bb
ilur child tt deal tnd It burled In Yonk' rt. My bus- t A
bsad waa dyspeptic. He wst ot very Irregular habitat tal
wss Irrervilsr In everything. I frequently begged him P.r
to stop and reform. vVbeu he cams home drunk ha ff
wawia atuaa tn. and when r.e hecsme sooer o1 1
be would beg my paruon for wbst he hsd Mj
ssld si.d done the rdgbl before. The week belors fjl
b s desth I went on s Halt to my mother, remained ,f
swat (hreeds)a. When 1 came home I hsd sesreely A
got In the bouse before he rain- ID Ihe room and began w r
vumilng. He bsd been vomiting snd roniplslning o! a "A
tpul in bit aiouisch fur sU'ut two weekt oefore. lssld t(t
lu him :" W hy. hsve tou nut gi over thtt yel?" And -v
he replied. Noi 1 r.tve been worte tince ytvuwrto rf
saj.'-A bight or after sgo be complained thst the tpol (M'
wst troubling him more Ihso ever, snd said tie would JaSr
fet tome tot drink. I told torn to go out snd get ths
tu , rand let me mil it. He went out st S.J0, st . bt kit
itturnrd 1 opened tlie duir fot h'm. He wst looking 7A
Very atrange, so much so th-l l was startled, sod saldi f
"OH, ED, WHAT 19 THE MATTEIt?" V,,
He rrpMed si lie rutbed psst rre. snd t'irew himself tf
heacloi g i-n tbe luatgi-"(ih, r-addle, I'm gone" t H't
tent for t dott- r. The doctor ordered hun to la, st vVf
once p.Sied in bed. He reiiislnt d w ltd Idm nn'll In leijj
tween I snd S o'tlot k. I lau uu the ouialde uf the ted. V"t
lit auulu aakt ..p tf'.t r a lew uru c.U: a 1 1. and -ta
turr.tng to tne wi.nld Inquire if I eonhl give t.lin try. rg
tar wm-i-'H aa-.. .,..011., :a.t.Uat.r aeotia
esM, d. snd remained nt-iie tntie. On Moi.tl.ty 1111 rn ng i-iT
he tppetred U tier, tnd touk breskfatt with rije. After Hi!
brtsafaat beVuui.t.d aevtrt lv , stiu had t 1 1-e tu Ids li
bed. (in the night uf t la d sttt he was .irtl-red 10 drink ti
thsmpsgne. 1 gave him a hule. w hi a ti.e itotior had 51(7
rune sway he faint d twhi-. At he had the vend it
tint, sccutnpanted wil'i apsama, I tiiuugnt be wss 1,11
y ng. snd ruthrd duw u stall a, snd i tl for I'ruf . 1 bsyer " ,1
snd Pr. Andrews. ft v
When anktd If the physician who had been rr
attending her hu-baiul was Dr. Irish, she reeled (i't
"Yes; 1 mean him." The reason she sent for ,y
Prof. Th)er and Andrews was bctause tley 1
wero her l'hyslclans and had been attending tvtsr
an Arrccnos or the ltrvnT. f j
D " !"r !rl-h. hla wife, her hu-l atul and her aie)
aelf vvere inseparable friend. With her hue- 'ef
band's veoide she tald the vvaa ulwavs on the f
bet f ttiint. Mie never had uitv trouble e.ith US
herhutband except when he would tome home US
" 1 l.e dty hefu-e hla death." ahe sal 1, " I avkel him II f j
h-din t-ot v a -e a"ne of hla enple, atd .aid I t'V
waagolngto ttnd fur vt i.i am. lie i.ecsm anvry anS t,w
tald I thoiod do no amh t'.lnr. How it it thai they
hate acted ai ihey have I rannut understand. A lets a tU
data before ll.e artli le apptared lo the paper I re. C
reived a very. v. rr kind teller I rum Ida alaler. I luvel l'tj
Iheill all. lln the lUa) prti edlug the vrouillltg 'flit Cot
body hit brolhrr waa al in) houwe. and took dlnni r wits v
ii.e. ',v l,t did ibey not bate the bud, ei.vn.li.nl I efurt I't
In burials j kept It ILrto tit)s sudtteut with lue
in Trim. f.i
Throughout the narration of her story shs J f!
maintained a calm, collected deport ment, weigh. ';
Ing cartfiill) every word and sememe as she VJi
spoke. Only once dltl the exhibit unv oinotlon. )
tilled asked why the father suspc. ted bis won Mf
to have been poisoned she Bu-hed. the tears 1,(5
filling her eys nt she replied . "Thyiould have J,JJ
examined him before lue. 1 was not In a hurry ,
to have him bulled." fi
Vtei--viM';--e-ieia las'ig.tS e mwE-i'ae-.lvalt. . .'Jj
arose, and then trowed her brad "ii l.er huud ui.d i,fj
struggled to rtttraiii her lean. S
lions 1; xoi ;....
Mr. Hol-ert Hnnncr Is on the Lane every after- J
noun hehiod o ie or l to other uf Ida coi.-brate 1 crt - &'
Itet'ir.Ju- hl'luit. P.Kribnuiti. Mtnb-..,o ll c. or Pll
burlle. The lalt-r I" 1 ron .ua 'tal by the prontuent I'fl
couu l-seura of tae turf the fatten irolltr lu tie ouua. tiA
try un Ibe road. v,v
Mr. W. O. Hirttett. the gntlem.inlv lawyer,
Shi hotoin frlei. 1 if K '" rt Hj uer. ts,t to aee.i a itio ft-h
drive sny nae sfu rnjon sitiv bis aul.'adlt leim of trtil
tera aud iiugaiflc nt Itpwagua. )lr. BsrUtt knows 1 ti
sud stpre !j.-a s good horae. at he It eon of tbe bttl Jltjl
Judges of s Uuller in lUa tuunity. J"t
Peter Fay, of M Clermont avenue, d' .1 ot!r. S
day slteini in. He hsd es'en cUlll cl.jaurr std tl,r. I 'f
lowed a piece of cltui shell. 1 j
John Ganley wat tlni, k on the hea.' w th an 14
Iron bir h) ,ft dsjE'teri Hw si i..a Li
Ssvy Hreel, Mroukljn st d had tl lk-,, ),., tured.
Tbegltleicsju 1. Mr. usbie) K0, l0 t,i,rlu f '!
,.?e. n?f ,Sb'jylsVn'l''.'! I'1 '",1,n uu 1 ,,' 'lif
resranll wh le pli)lii.i , s , ,, ,, ,k ,, , ,tC
,i..,;,.... . Hewsits'i! i to i it bums. rtL
tiUUiU.at".ae.htrelltsmasr) io .Lit. X
ci'Jtio$irit:.i oi' at imi:. jij
Cha Goettleirtan. a Hestlan, hai .'-'d hlnnelf ! p.
Ill HtlDalj t u Halurdiy. t .j
. lit tiry Henslee. n Chl'T.i'o wife murderer. bt l'i
bit u arDleSCt'd to life Illlf.rUunnl' bt, '.)
.!..br, S.ter n ssr.trr..-.-dt ibe hsngcl Ir, Poti. V.T
ttac 111., fur then u..Ur Mrs. lUillU. V'A
Ilernard irC niiell. of SJO West Twentieth llll
ftletl.w it tlkrn I j I r erue llotpital lial bight, laullw f I J
In.'lUt.l IruUl s IfatUH ,1. I . aa,-ll. Z I I tuoie give LO III
While Prank Vote, aged 13. was stsndlngln 'ti
front .,t his . n do r. Ii in stteei an i a I. at I
I o . oik ).. 1 .y uiorniiig. p.-a.a rot it t . 'a t Iter i if
w an n I ) tn ut.i.nuaii man. ai,t hrwd lwuilalt.a-.9lt. til
fcte uf Wlo I. ,a..ed through hla ll .t uarrat
Wm. Kerrtssn and Charle Clitrk f.. ight vetw t. TL
t'ttlt) funnu. n in Ihelr ta.aruii g un . ll.m.'iiua J' ll
feel. Kerrigan .'ol 'Sa fund I '. and w.u lu ll.e fid
Mtulaun tirt el lice Ha' eu w ith erl r be rtokeo 'it
SD.I r.la h.sj aett r. 1) luu aed. He Waa tint lu It, llivue I, 1
Hutpiul. Clsrk eatsi -d. t,,'
I jutt night Predt-l' k M..i i nt SfC Wt.tilng. f .
tou atrrtl tnd J. reo.i.' 5l.. ..o . i,l I N , - , . a ih 1
tlreei b, Ih i.i tt ,t'iarrell,MI at t a' si ttol v sah nglr.Q
alieelt. abd II u.oVau alabtl, -I Vluuc t t. 1 1 le. w titliii-
ibg him .clutab. Hunorau eacapi d 1m wurdts
buy wit mended b) I'ultuv buriejo Ortoii tl lhturt - '.