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NO NEGRO HBGROHOW NOW IN IN211AT CONGRESS CONGRESSTHAT
THAT HAS HAPPENED BUT ONCE ONCEItEFORB ONOBn1FORB ONCEISEFOER
ItEFORB IN 33 YEARS YEARSLittle YEARSLittle YEARSLittle
Little Proipect 1r0lpectNofl Now of orAD Any Negro Delai Delaigent DelDs8en fleingSent
gent 8en to Congrew CoDsreuJJbe The Two Negroes NegroesVno NesroMbo Negroesibo
ibo Have Served In the 8cate and andthe andUlo andthe
the Twentytwo In tbe Lower House HouseThe 110010Ib 1Ioteml
The Fiftyseventh Congrees CoD of the United UnitedStates United81tea UnitedStates
States met Ot Deo 2 without having a single singlengru elDgleMIN eluglonejJ
MIN a member and tbe prospect of any anyn an annelro anynegrO
n negrO gro being bel elected to Congress In the thenear theneAl theneAr
near future seems OOfl m darker than It has been beent beenat beenit
at t any time In the last third of a century centuryWith oentur oentur1tb centuryWith
With 1tb the exception of a brief period from fromJ8J7 from1S7
J8J7 to 1889 this thu U the first session el on of Con Congress Congresa Congiesi
gress In thirtytwo years ye an without one or ormore or1wre
more 100 colored men as 9 members Tho per perluitont perI persthnt
luitont I tent efforts to disfranchise e the black blackvoters blackotere bokotera
voters haw been so successful that the thenegro thenegro thenegro
negro may ma be said to hare entirely lost losttno loattM lostt
tno t political vantage ground given him byths by byth bythe
th the Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitu Constitution ConatltutlOD Constituttor3 ¬
tion It Is therefore Interesting Inw sting to review reviewthe reviewlhe reviewthe
the rise and fall of the negro In politics as asrepresented uropre asreprosented
represented ropre ented by the colored men who have haveoccupied baveoocupled haveoocupled
oocupled seats In Congress CongressTho CongreasTho CongressTho
Tho first colored man to be sent to Con Concross ConIrONl Congross
cross was n J Willis Monard of New Orleans OrleansUa
Ua represented the Second district of ofLouisiana oflouAIana orf4ouJsIn
Louisiana His flu certificate of election was wasrigned wudgned wasigned
rigned by GOT II O 0 Warmoth Nov 25 2516M
1693 1 and asserted rtod that Menard had been beenduly beenduly b bduly
duly elected on Nov B of that year ear to flU flUa
a vacancy vacancyMr TacanoyHr vacancyMr
Mr Menard was a native of Illinois was waaeducated waseducated u uW
educated W at Iberia College Ohio bad served servedu <
u hospital steward and recruiting officer officerof
of the Government had been sent upon uponmlaa10n a amission amtMion
mission to British Honduras and enjoyed enjoyedquite enJoytdquite enjoyedquite
quite a reputation as a public speaker and andwriter andwriter andwriter
writer Be presented pre ented himself at the door doorof doorof
of the House of Representative Deo 7 11S
1888 1 at the beginning of the abort session sessionof
of the Fortieth Congress CongressHis Cong CongHla CongressHis
His seat was refused him because of ofJJ8d otI otIliged al allt
lt JJ8d d Irregularities in th the election al although aJthoub iithough ¬
though forty fortynn v n votes w Were r recorded recordedIn
In his hi favor He Is said to hare been the thaAnt theftrat thefirst
Ant man of African blood allowed to speak apeakin
in the House of Representatives during durin tb tbgslAtiv0 the thelegislAtive the1glstatlve
legislAtive proceedings proceedingsThare proceedingsnsre proceedingsThere
There was u so much criticism CTitIc of Congress Congressfor
for refusing Menard his seat t that his fail failure faUure falltire ¬
ure probably aided In paving the way Wa for forthe forthe forthe
the admission admIa lon of Hiram R Rerells to the thaSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate on Feb 2 25 1870 He was the first firstof fInrtof firstof
of the only two negroes to sit In that body bodyRetells bod bodReTell bodyRevell
Retells II was born at Fayetteville N 0 0and 0and Cand
and was taken earlyto Indiana where he hesecured hs8NUred hesecured
secured a very limited education He Hebecame Isbecame Hobecame
became a Methodist minister and in that thatrapacity thatapaclty thataJOClty
rapacity went to Mbiisslppl MII IlISlpplln > In 1884 1884Ills 18MIlIA 1884IlLji
Ills ease of speech and conservative opln oplnions oplnlone opinions
ions made him a champion of the colored coloredpeople coloredpeopls coloredpeople
people and won for him many friends friendsamong frlendlamong friendsamong
among the whites On Jan 20 1870 ha hawas hsWilli howas
was elected by the Mississippi Legisla Legislature Leglalaluro Legislatore ¬
tore by a vote of 81 to 38 to fill a vacancy vacancyIn
In the Senate that had existed since Jef Jefferson Jeff Jefferson ¬
ferson f l8On Davis vacated his hi seat seatHe lleatHe seatlie
He received his oommlwdon on Jan Janand Janand 25 25and
and thus armed ha went to Washington WashingtonFinally WllIIhingtonFinally WashingtonFinally
Finally on Fob 22 Senator Wilson WII on of Mae Massachusetts M MMchu Maesachusette ¬
sachusetts Mchu etta moved that ReveUYs R Tellss creden credentials credentlalll credentis1i ¬
tials be read and that he be sworn In InFor InFor inFor
For three th days the Senate debated with withgreat withgreat withgreat
great animation the question of admitting admittinga
a negro On Feb 25 25 at the close of ofstrong a aIItroDg astrong
strong speech by Charles Sumner Mr MrRnvells MrlVveUI MrRvs11s
Rnvells was admitted by a large vote voteSenator voteSenator voteSenator
Senator Ravells vells was regarded with ltb great greatcuriosity grtII grtIIcurioelty greabcuriosity
curiosity at the time In a lecture tour tourof tourot tourof
of the Fut which he made shortly after afterhis afterhI afterhi
his hi admission lie was received with a great greatcfaal gretdM greatdeal
deal of Interest being looked upon as a aproof aproof apioof
proof of the soundness of abolition Ideas IdeasSenator IdeuSenator ideasSenator
Senator Itovells poke only once or twice twiceIn
In the Senate and at the close of his hi term termMarch tennIarch tarmMarch
March 3 1871 ha helelt left the Senate male to become becomethe becomethe mo motile
the President of Aloorn University In Mis Mississippi Misilaelppl II IIlMlppl ¬
sissippi and finally resumed bin hi work ork In Inthe Inthe inthe
the ministry which he kept until bU death deatha deatbYf8r
a year ago agoTwo allOTwo agoTwo
Two other negroes served rtd In the Forty Fortyflnt Fortyllret Fortyfirst
first Congress lx both > th of whom hom were mem members menlbforv mensb4N ¬
bers of the th House of Representatives Jo Joph Joe JOIIHpb Joeaeph
Hpb ph H Ralney the first negro to take takeuli takobI takehis
his bI neat t In that body wan w sworn in Dec DecI j I
II I 1870 Ha II was lx born > rn at Georgetown If JrflowD < S SP SC 8bsnmo
P became a barber bar r and acquired a meagre meagreeducation mURreeducation meagreeducation
education educationIn
In his trade he learned to know men menand menand menand
and how to pleana lleaM them so that in ISM ISMha IS68h 1S68he
ha h was as a member of the Constitutional ConstitutionalConvention C CoobtitutlonalConvention lntltullon1lonvenllon <
Convention and In 1170 a member ot Urn UrnHUta tiltHtate thsHtate
Htate Senate Ha II resigned rllln d bin hi M wat < ul t to toenter lulIler toenter
enter Congre ConK i He wu was U reflected Iected to tbe tberortywraond tbeorty theVortyeecond
rortywraond orty nd Fortythird ortlhlrl Fortyfourth Fortyfourthod
and od Fortyfifth Congresses Conlr serving nine cineyean nine7ars I I11arwln
yean 11arwln In that body bodyJafferson bodyJfferAgl I
Jafferson F Ixing Jon tn othr negro In Intha 111lIe intle
lIe Fortytlrwt 10rtyII Congrrwi COll Wall the first and andf Illdonly andnIy
only f > nly colored mmnlier qjvr ver fiirnUhad by b its ttmMatn tt tthtal itsMste
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ill Urgmit negro population uf any In tIe thuMuth j
HooUi lie wa was a a inercluiiil rllt tailor III Mania tlaounIt laCUIICIa
CIa It and a aa vary Ofr ery highly itKmoti ir Ilfif 1ed d > d by IJyIeIh byIeIb
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sad nil 1 an iwptluiml man In ninny way wayUl waya4lks4gil 1 1Ukmlh
a4lks4gil Ul Ukmlh uu li wllhoiil say liolilliwl Il IraUiIng IraUiIngII alllill alllillII
II M was a MUIII 111 In Jan in Illl I HIM w1 M < rv J lo loMl I I11f11 luiJat
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pared by Sumner Sumer But Mr rr Sumner Sumer denied deniedany deniedY deniedany
p any Y conetion connection with the speech lph and the theeuology theeuolol theeuology
euology euolol of Elliott Eott over the death deth of Charles CharleiBumner Carlea CarleaSumer CharlesSumner
Sumner Sumer wu u an even greater rter speech speechIn
In the tl Fortythird Congress Conlr which ap opened openedIn opene
In 1873 seven negroes nelf were members membersFour membr membersFour
Four represented rprnt South Suth Carolina Crlna and one oneeach oneeh oneeach
each eh came cme from Alabama Aba Florida Forda and andMississippi andMlualppl andMississippi
Mississippi Mlualppl Those TOM not previously prevouely men mentioned mentoned mentioneci ¬
tioned toned were ere John R Lynch Lych of Mississippi MississippiJosloh Mlllppl MlllpplJosa MississippiJosiah
Josiah Josa T Walls Wall of Florida Forida James Jae T Rapier Rapierof
of Alabama Alabm Richard Jchard H Cain and Alonzo AlonzoJ
J RanUer Rnlr of South Suth Carolina CarolinaOf Caoln
Of these the Lynch Lyoh was wa the only one to make makehis makehis makehis
his mark mak He le Is a native of Louisiana Louisianawaa
was a s lfeducAto elfucto and ad next to the late lateSenator lateSnator IntoSenator
Senator Snator Blanche Bache K Bruce has ha had tho thomost thomot thomoat
most mot prominent prmnent political poltcal career efr of any anycolored anyoolor anycolored
colored oolor man m in tho country countryHo ountry ountryHo countryHo
Ho served red six years yen In Congress Cngr and 1 1the I is isthe
the only colored oolor man ma to receive reIve the honor honorof honorof honorof
of the temporary tmporar chairmanship carmaehlp of the theRepublican theRpblc theRepublican
Republican Rpblc National Natonal Convention Conenton This he heheld h6held heheld
held in the convention conenton of 1884 18 in II Chicago Chicagoand ChIcagonnd Chicagoand
and he received rehe the honor largely a I as the theresult therult theresult
result rult of a speech sph by the present President Presidentof Prlident
of the United Unie States Mr 1r Roosevelt Rooseol said saidIt ad adJt saidIt
It Is now Mr Chairman lew 1l1 ee than a aquarter aqurr aquarter
quarter qurr of a century cntur since Ilno in this thl city cty the thegreat thugrat thegreat
Republican for the first time timeorganized timoorganisedfor
great grat publcn party pry flt tmo tmoorpnhedfor
organized orpnhedfor for victory and nominated nomnated Abra Abraham Abr Abraham ¬
ham Lincoln Inol of Illinois IJnole who broke the thefetters theletwrw thefetters
fetters of the slave Ilavo and rent rnt them them asunder asunderforever a asunderforever under underforvr
forever forvr It I is a fitting fitng thing t nalor for us u to choose chooseto ChOOMt
to t preside pralde over ovr this convention onIton one of that thatraoe thatro thatrace
race ro whose who right to sit st within wthin these tbe walls wallsla wals walsf
la due the blood and treasure lavishly lavishlyspent lavishlyspent
f de to blo ad talu so 10 1bhly 1bhlyepnt
spent epnt by tho ho founders of the Republican Republicanparty Rpublcn Rpublcnprty Republicanparty
party prty And It Is but a further frher Indication Indicationof Indicaton Indicatonof
of the for which the
principles prcple Republican Republicanparty Rpublcal Rpublcalpry Republicanparty
party pry so I long struggled trggled I trust trt that the theHon thoHon theEon
Hon Mr Lynch Lycb will wll WI be elected eleced temporary temporarychairman temporarychalr
chairman chairmanMr chal chalr mn mnMr
Mr M Lynch ych ynoh Is now na a paymaster pytor In the tbeRegular theRglar theRegular
Regular Rglar army ary with the rank rk of Captain CaptainThe Cptaln CptalnThs CaptainThe
The Fortyfourth Congress Cog8 March Marh 4
1876 187 to March Mar 8 1877 187 may be termed the theBlack tboBl theIck
Black Bl Ick Congress Congs as a it contained oontned the highest highestnumber hlgbe6tIubr higheatnumber
number Iubr of colored colord men of any session sessionThere ssion ssionre sessionTherewasatotalofelghtln
There Therewasatotalofelghtln re waa a total tota of o eight In both branches branchesBlanche branchel branchesBlanche
Blanche K Bruce Brc of Mleiiasippl naaBpl entered enteredtha enterd enterdta enteredthe
the ta Senate Sn at this time tme and served red his full fullterm lul ftillterm
term ter of six ell years Bruce Bo was a Virginian Virginianbut VlrJnian VlrJnianbut
but found his hl way wa West Wet during the War Waradapting Wa Waradapting
adapting himself hmlf to such opportunities opportunitiesaa opportunlte
aa a arose ao It I was ws during this tbl period pero that thathe thatbe thatbe
be asked k a stranger Itncr to write wle a pan pas for him himto hm hmt himto
to t cross oOI the Mississippi Mla Mlisei llp River RiverStruck RhrStrck RiverStruck
Struck Strck by the youths yuth excellent exlent bearing bearingthe barg bargCs bearingthe
the Cs man m compiled cOlpUed The Te stranger atrnler on re returning ro rotrng returning ¬
turning to the town afterward afterwardInquired afterwardinquired
trng tow many mny years at Irard IrardInqir
Inquired Inqir for the boy bo boyand and related reltd the incident incidentHe Incidet IncidetHe
He was wa informed Infore that the signature agatur of the thnperson thepron theperson
person pron he Inquired Inqulr for was necessary llecr for forhim lorhim forhim
him to cross cro the t same sms river as a Bruce Dro was wasthen wasthen
then tbn Register Rgter of the United Untt States SttfS Treasury Treasuryand Treasuryand auf
and his hi slguature appeared d all
alrture aJJa on a1 paper papercurrency papr paprcrrlloy papercurrenoy
currency currencySenator crrlloy crrlloySnato currenoySenator
Senator Snato Bruce Brce married red Into a family familyrepresenting famiy famiyrpr familyrepresenUng
representing rpr nUnc tbe be hat best t culture culure of his hi race raceand rac raceand
and his only son lon Is now a student Itudent at liar Harvard Uarard liarvard ¬
vard ard University Unhlnty In addition Additon to the offices officesnamed ofktl ofktllaml officesnamed
laml named he held hld others of prominence promllfnC and andowned andowed andowned
owned owed a large lrge plantation in In Mississippi MlsslwtlpplHe IK lllppl
He died ded three thr years yar ago and his widow widowhas widowhas ow owbA
has bA chosen chosn to work wrk for the elevation of ofthe otthe ofthe
the race rao with which hoh she Is I Identified Idenllft She SheU Shl Sheis
U I the woman wma principal prcIpl of the TtiHlregee TtiHlregeeInstitute TUIIe TUIIeInstt TuskegeeInstitute
Institute Instt te In Alabama Alabma During President PresidentArthurs P PresidentArthura tldlnt tldlntAurs
Arthurs Aurs Administration Adnlatraton she Ibe had the honor honorto
to servo sro as a one of the receiving Ivlng ladles at atthe atthe atthe
the White Whlo House HouseTha ROM HouseThe I IThe
The House Hout of Representatives Rep tnttve of tho thoFortyfourth thoFortyfourth I
Fortyfourth Fortyfourh Congress Congr had hd seven 1en colored coloredmen oolon co1ordmen
men Ralney Rn Wall Wal and ad Lynch Lych already alreadymentioned aladymentonf alreadymsntionedand
mentioned mentonf msntionedand and ad John Joh A Hyman Hym of North NorthCarolina NorthCrolul NorthCarolina
Carolina Crolul Charles Carlell B K Nash of Louisiana LouisianaJera Lulllan LulllanJen LouisianaJer
Jen Jer Jera Harolson Harolln of Alabama and Robert RobertSmalls Hobr RobertSmalls
Smalls Smal of South Sutb Carolina Carolna Of thene t SicalU SicalUIs Small
Is I unique uniqueHe unlquI
Je He wan W born brn a slave slnat at Beaufort naurorl S C and andgrew andlr andgrew
grew lr up ul In a lila Uo at t ma In 1MJ2 h hl he wan wanhelper Wil washIperon
helper 11Iprol hIperon on the Confederate Conflllrle tran tralluIIlaIfr tralluIIlaIfrald transport > t > ort Planter Planterand Plunterand i
and ald on 01 a night when all al tho oflloers ofl r hud hudgone hadIonl badgone
gone Ionl ashore or Smalls 8mIL slipped IUPIo his hi wife lIe and nndchildren ImJ ImJchldrel andchildren
children chldrel aboard and ad with wih wit tbo thl aid Ild of uight uightother uillhtother uigtitoilier
other colored lof1 men ln conducted onducttd the ht Planter Planterout Plahllr Plahllrout Planterout
out of tli til barber batbr at Charleston Clarlllol and Iml de delivered deilvered ¬
livered 1 d it to the blockading blokldllR squadron MjuudronFor Iudrn Iudrnor
For or this he was as rewarded by the Ile Gov Government GovemlonL Ooverotnent ¬
ernment and wan w mndo IDdu a pilot lut during dUrC the theremainder therumlnder therezwilnder
remainder rumlnder of the hs war M In II Viugreh lougr he heWUH h hwaH hewas
was a conspicuous flgui tgl flgIJseserizJg MTViiiK 111 I ol ida ix yea yeaiand yeaad yeaand
ad and ha has 18 held muiyofllceii 1111 onlCI ames OnC he I left leftCougreMi Ilft IlftCuj kitCougrrss
CougreMi Cuj Including that of Collector CQlllur of oftho uftht ofthe
the tht Port of Beaufort Baulor which Ieh he now IUW hold holdFour holt boldFour
Four our of thoxa tho who bu have Illve lx been n mentioned mentionedalready rnlolld rnlolld1ld gnsnttoadalready
already 1ld wme w elected 0lo lo tli tl next hlst CUIICIOM CUIICIOMbut ClI II IILulln
but Lulln In the Ie Fortyklxth Forbtl I87D 1 is7 7 lo l last 3l I Heimtor Heimtorliruoa tlllor tlllorItuU 8iatorIlruue
liruoa ItuU was Its 111 only olly i sfrreentutivs pre fntutivn of II Mi Mial his hislate M Mtatw
late al Bmalli Sml and nd lynoh IYloh warn lt irturnnd irturnndlo Iuf
lo II th Forty FulyseeuuIt > vunth IungivM tuII and 11 llwn llwnfollowed 11 ibtnfulIosed
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luan Wl hOwl JI K OlUru OUrl of North Ortl taruliitu taruliituOlUra Calh CalhfUaa CrsIiisIlisra
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VOn Ion KILLING IL1NO TWO MEN MENHe MENle MENlie
He le 8 Sa 8aI i tie kb Thought TOUlh tbe Men ien ienladLed Vfno 1o At Attacked Atacke ¬
tacked acke nil m Home 10we Were ere Robber HobbernDidnt Robbnt RobberDhtnt
Didnt Oltnt Know They The Were Wrre III liii I Former FormerOlenili FormerFrIenataIlcl
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WASHINGTON Dec 1 5 5J J Q Stiff 8tft one of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the three thr young yune men shot hot by Herbert Herbrt Marx Marxon Mar Marxon
on his h farm far In Vostmorfland WOtmollad county cunty Va Varemains VBrmain Varemain
remains rmain In a serious MrOu condition cndIton at the Emer Emergency Emergency Emorgene ¬
gency Hospital HOplt41In In this th city cityTho cty ctyTho
Tho early reports rprs from Oak brove brov the thecounty thecunty thecounty
county cunty seat set of Westmoreland Wltmoreld Indicated Indicatedthat indict indicatedthat
that Marx WM WA In danger dlglr of being bing lynched lynchedlast lynchedlast
last lt night by the friends of the young men menwho menwho menwho
who met death deth In an attempt atempt to chastise chastisetho chastisetho
tho th young Now Yorker for an a alleged alege In Insult Insuit insuit ¬
suit to Miss MIl nose RI Taylor TaylorMarx TaylorMarx TaylorMarx
Marx denies having insulted Jasulted Miss 11M Taylor Taylorand Taylorald Taylorand
and ald an Investigation investgatlol of the charges charg shows showsi Iho IhoI showsthat
i that the reported rprted ln Insult ult gained ganed credence credencethrough c credencethrough
through country store gossip It I reached reachedthe reachedthe
the ears eat of W V P Taylor Jr a relative relativeof rltve rltveCf
of Cf the young girl gir and n former friend frend of ofMarx ofMar ofMarx
Marx Mar He gathered gtherod several lerl of his hi friends friendstogether trilnd trilnd10gtler friendstogether
together 10gtler and wont ent to Cedar Hill Hi Marxs Marxscountry Marxl Marxscountry
country counlr home for the purpose purpl of chastising chastisinghim chnlthlng chnlthlnghIm
him When they attempted attlmpte to t break brak Into Intohis Intobl intohis
his bl house hOUIO Marx opened opne fire fre upon upn them themthinking themIhlnklnK themthinking
thinking they were burglars burglr It I was wasnot wasnot
not until untI after arer he had hd killed kiled one man and andwounded ad adwounded andwounded
wounded two others other that he discovered discoveredtheir dlcovered dlcoveredIhelt discoveredthelt
their Identity IdentityWhen Identty IdenttyWhen IdentityWhen
When ho learned who they were ere he u used usedevery ed edevery
every effort eort to obtain oblnr medical meica aid foe them themand themand themand
and rode with 1lth the party to Wlrte Wlrt Wharf Wharfthe WharlIhe Wharfthe
the Potomac Potoma River Jvlr landing where the thowounded thewounde thewounded
wounded wounde men were wer placed on a steamboat steamboatto ambat
to be b sent fnt to Washington Wlhlngtol After Ater the depart departure deprt deprtur ¬
ure ur of the boat bat he surrendered to the th county countyauthorities countyauthorll countyauthorities
authorities authoritiesW authorll authorllW
W v T Guthrlde of ths
a Justice jUltoe peace peaceand peaceand peaceand
and acting actng Coroner Cronr summoned Bummone a jury and andInvestigated ad adIe andinvestigated
Investigated Ie tgate the tragedy Marx was pro present prolnt prosent ¬
sent lnt at the hearing and testified tOt e that ho had hadno hadno hadno
no Idea Ide as a to the Identity Identiy of his hl assailants assailantsbut allants allantsbut
but believed bloe them them to be b burglars burlar The Thetestimony Thelellimony Thetestimony
testimony of one of the men of the party partywho partywho partywho
who escaped eaped without Injury gave credence oronN to toMarxs 10MarXSIUllemet1 toMarxs
Marxs MarXSIUllemet1 statement as It was wn shown Ihown that the thematlon theawn theavenging
awn avenging King crowd had ld given Marx 10 no Int inti intimatlon
matlon maton as a to t who they were or what was wasthe WI wasthe
the purpose purl of their visit After Afrr tho Coroners Coronersverdict Coronrl Coronersverdict
verdict verict exonerating eonerallg Marx he announced announcedhte
his Intention Intenton of going colnl to New York He Hedenien I6 I6denle liedenies
denies denle Taylor TaylorItlcnvioND TavlorIhcUYOND TaylorIICItMOND positively JBlthely having Insulted 11sule Miss MissTaylor Mis MissTaylor
ItlcnvioND Va Dec Dto 6 5Herbert Herbert Herbrt Marx Marxcame Mar Marxcame
came Cme to Fredericksburg rlerlcklburg this morning moring and andleft and1l1 andleft
left 1l1 for New York Ills la brother Krnet KrnetMarx m rneit rneitMarx t tIarxand
Marx Iarxand and a relative relatve from Xew X York who whomet whomet ho homet
met him at Fredericksburg tTlelckelulrg took tole con convoyanco COI convoyance
voyanco uyanc for Westmoreland WeltUurlant to look after afer bid bidaffairs hil hisnfTalrs
affairs alalr there thereHerbert Iblrt thereherbert
Herbert Herbrt Marx Is II In great distress dl trlM and anddeclarer anddecarI anddeclares
declarer decarI that the men ho killed klld he regarded regardedat r ardld
at 11 his hil beat bClt frinnds Irloldl and ail hud ho known who whothey whothey ho hoIhey
they were tr he would woull not have shot them themHo themlu them1I
Ho lu 1I did dlr not 10t know knO they t had a grievanceagainst grievance grievanceagainst
against aglnst him and believed lltHt1 that the nall nallantN oal nssailants
ants were Wlre tough characters charclo from from tho tin oyster oysterboats o oysterboats llr llrbat
boats bat near by whoso whol purpose purpof of attack attackWBH Rtaek RtaekaM attackwas
was aM robbery robbn robbn1M robberylib
lib 1M behavior lJha1or during durlg the attack atack and after afterward afer aferward afterward ¬
ward IH I the admiration adrlrlion of oil al unprejudiced unprejudicedperHonn Inpjudllt1 Inpjudllt11lon sinprsjudicetLIIsOflN
perHonn 1lon and ald his hll unerring Inrrinll aim arid alI nerve nerveIliH nfI nfIIhe nervethe
the wonder of iimrkpmuti markrcl in II a country countrywhere cuntr cuntrwherl countrywhere
where wherl shooting thotlng is I u I line art artThe arlThe artThe
The first fiTt won word received rt o vesterday vIlray morn morning mor allornlug ¬
lug by the family lami of Herbert lurbrt Marx who whoIH whois
IH 1 a voung Brooklyn 1100111 lawyer was wal that ho hohad 10 belieu
had been bl acquitted aNlulltl by 1 u I Coroners Cornr jury juryami juryali juryaai
ami ali wan wa on hi i his way wa homo homoThis horo horoThh launeThis
This news nuwI cumo OIU from frl the young mans mansbrothurlnlaw lanl taaansbrotherinlaw
brothurlnlaw A K J K Illockmar lackmar who went wentto wntto nt
to Virginia on WOIIay Wedasduy V ineduy morning u as soon HOOIIas Ion soonas
as O ho received nclI1onl word of the shooting hoting to MO MOhut 1 seethat I
hut Marx Mar gut fair play His Hs departure departurewas dlplrlu dlplrluwa
hastened I that mob of ofVirglnlaiiH ofSirgltaiais
wa was hllnl by rumors rlOI II a
VirglnlaiiH lllllal al t Oak O knru Orovo llm county < HAl seatof eat eatof I
of Wtstimmlnnd Wl11011IIII was WI going ollg 1111 to II lynch lynchMarc Incl lyaaetaMain I IIlrl
Marc Ilrl Ho 16 wa 1 its u miupanird IIInlrd by l Ernwt ErnwtMarx Ert ErtIarl ErnstMars
Marx un al 11 older idrr brother brolllr of the tie man mal who whodid itaodid
did the shouting shoutingWhen slaouthagVbeti hothl
When hn they got an al far lr an a Frederlckuburg Frederlckuburgthey Jrfrlklltrg
they 11 received > 11 wonl of tint III uxuiltnl 1uit1 < from froma Iror
a 1fngr ine iiesnger enger who hud I ad rlddoniiiTOMtcxiuiitry rlddoniiiTOMtcxiuiitryand
and ald inimwliatuly Irrllllul MUI siCut 1 tlil 111 this t lcgram ItIIlr to the thot tl theMarx
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J II inent 1h tte sts u l Ln > r I uroiior rolr Inqiiit Inqiiitheld Ilql1 Ilql1h11 lnqutheld
held h11 je ietsrtby lenlay Jury 11 uniult uniultA 1lul
A i liitrKtun liitrKtunIredurlcksburit lufU lufUId1k IIIKIIAClrtdulekshurg
Iredurlcksburit Id1k IJu1 I is > thiity Ihily thtlt milen 111 from fromOak Irol rota I
Oak 0i k drove lrn I lrot und uIIII ate I the CI neniwt 111 levi st town to t oi on 11 s n I I rall rallrouil mi I Itoui
rouil Them Th a ie nu rulltoadiat ulhud alltuads alllil at nil in It West Westmoreland Wf WesttarIant ¬ I Iu1111
moreland u1111 county county1iitor ouUnl ouUnllllr Uflt y yLater
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told of lf f Ilerlxrf Irrl Man 1ats nrrlval In InnderlckcburK II ii iiFrMlerkkInlrg
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FEDERATION OF LADOR LADOR1OSO LA LAUOIfgtri Bon
1OSO BtrlUei 8trlkf gtri Reported Rtporf for the Year 1erC0t 1erC0tIUU YearCapt YearCaptYaJ Coit Coitnan
nan SBUuoo SBUuooSCIUNTON 5UUOOSCJUNT0NPa IUU
SCIUNTON SNONPa SCJUNT0NPa Pa Dec DeoIPrsldent 8 5PresIdent President Samuel SamuelOjompers Smuel Smuelqmpr Samuel3rnpere
Ojompers 3rnpere called cled to order onllr the twentieth twentiethannual twentelh twentelhAnnUl twentiethannual
annual qmpr AnnUl convention cnvonton of tho American Americn Fed Federation Federaton Federatlon ¬
eration eraton of Labor lbr in St ft Thomas Toma College CollegeHall Cole CollegeIlauli go goHRI
Hall HRI In this city ciy this thl morning moring With him himon himora himOtt
on tho stage IItag wore Ban Dn Tellot Telot and Frank FrankChandler FranlcChand FrankChandler
Chand Chandler lor delegates delegle from England and andI andP
I P M 11 Draper Drpr representing rprlnlnc the thf Trades Trdes and andTabor ald aldJabr andLabor
Tabor Jabr Congress Congn of Canada Cnada Tho report reportof rprt rprtof
of tho Committed Commlt on Credentials Cndlntnl showed showedss
283 28 ss delegates In attendance alendolc Tho morn morning mor mornlag ¬
lag Inl session 111101 was Wi given gh n up to the 11 tenting kntnR of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the delegates delegatesThe delo at
The afternoon nleroon session B lon was wa practically practicallyRiven practicaly practicalyRhcl practicallygiveat
the of the President PresidentSecretary PresidentSecretary
Riven Rhcl up to reports rport Prcldcnt PrcldcntSrlary
Secretary Srlary and Treasurer Tasurer That 1mt of the thePresident IhePrlident thePresident
President Prlident was of great grnt length and several severalhours severalhours worl worlhOUN
hours were wer consumed con uNI In hearing It read readU rfnd rfndH rendIt
U treated traled cf tho history hltor of tho organiza organization orRlnl orRlnlton organhation ¬
tion ton During tho year ear Mr Gompers Gomperssaid Gompl Coniperssaid
said sid 675 75 local loal trades trdes union had been beenorgani7cd bee ell ellorganI1ld a aorgani7cd
organi7cd There 11fr have also ao l 1Xf1 been > een organ organI organIud organitcl
I Iud < 1 207 O7 1 Federal d > rllblr labor unions 1110n and 010 char clmrtom charters IIIr IIIrte
tom te were WIr granted rantid rntd during the year 1nr of which whicht wilichren whichseven
t seven ven were we to II national natolul unions Them Themwere IIiernwere llrn llrnwer
were wer issued l8ued during durng the year tar from from national nationalnnd nalonal nalonalRld nationaland
nnd Rld and International Inlln1nlon31 unions Inlon > and the Ameri American merl merlcan nericats ¬
can Federation of Labor Lbr direct dlrcl 4050 4 char charters chart chartere ¬
ters t 1150 IIS charter charlOI had been btll surrendered burrondorcdmaking lurrldond lurrldondmaldnK surrenderednanking
making tho gain 31n In membership membnblp during the thupnf thop thepast
pnf past t year Ylar 301410 301410Thu 1041lOTie 6 HO HOTil
p Tie Til report also nl contained contalntd a review reviewof reviewoftue vlaw of oftlu 0 f ftll
tlu tll strikes Ilrlkt1 pr of tho year Mr 1r tampers Golprl tiompersalnied tampersaimed
aimed a sly Iy dig dl at irar President rlldlnt ShatTer Rhaler of oftho 01thl ofthe
the thl Stool Slrl Workers by b saying fylnj that I hU Jill strike strikewas lt strikowas lko lkowal
was wal MM settlel llld tied on 01 terms less Ie advantageous advantageousthan nrmntogool
than thal might mljht have h been bu obtained Mr MrJumper Ir IrGmprH IrGoinpors
Jumper GmprH urged urjd tho strongest trljllt jx I iosIbie iosIbieeffort > > Rslble Rslbleeffort Albe Albeelon
effort elon to secure Icuro Chinese Clne8 exclusion exclulion saying sayingthat sayingthat
Yng YngthaI
that unless UIII there Ihlrf was some lDe such legisla legislation Ilg18la Ilg18latol ieglskation ¬
tion tol every American home would Ilel bo in indancer InUIr indurager
dancer dancerTho duragerThao UIr UIrTho
Tho n report port prt of Secretary crtny Morrison rorrlln gave gavein 11e 11eIr gavein
in Ir detail delal the figures IgurB contained rnlnllll In the re report r report ¬
port lIn of the President JrMldenl and a 11 wild tld that the thereceipts thoflpl tiereceipts
receipts flpl of the year ear wen 111022001 IIOt and nndtho andthl andtie
tie thl expenditures elpndltus 117011 1117uUO Tho year yeartind Ytlr Ytlrhnc yearbath
bath hnc brought brught 1030 10 strike Ilrlkl in il which hleh 171223 171223members 171223mllll 171fl3members
members mllll wore or Involved Inoled The cost C8t of oftho 01tho ofthe
tho strikes tlrlkes was wa l 318003 318003STJtlKEllS 341003STRIKERS tSO tSOTllKElS
STRIKERS TllKElS IIAISK 1AIM A I 4 now IfOFTWouldnt nowWoullnt ROIlWouldnt
Wouldnt Woullnt Work Overtime hrrtlf and Tried Tlt to toForce 10Iorr toForce
Force Iorr Oilier to Jult 111111fle JultTim ul ul11f
Tim 11f weavers w > aer in the silk sik mills mi of Schwart Schwartzonlmch Shwart Shwartmnhach Sckwartronbach
zonlmch ft Co of Went Wett Iloboken Joboken N J Jrefused J1tud Jnfusef
refused 1tud to work orc overtime oertmo last llt night and androlled Ind Indralc andraised
rolled ralc a riot when they IhlY got outside Ac According Acfordilg Accordlaig ¬
cording fordilg to Supt Itucggit HUtgll Itut ggn the mill mi shuts uhutHI fhul fhulI
I down for three thr days tl before otot ChristiiuiH ChristiiuiHnvery Cliristautsesery hri tlll tlllIwry
nvery Iwry year for stock taking laklnl In JI order orderI oullr oullrI
I tutu tlll tie weavers r might Illhl not lot suffer tutr any anyImrtUhlp UI anyi
i ImrtUhlp Illnl hlp on 01 tills Ihl nccount it wan a decided decidedto alcded alcdedto
to have them Ihll work until 1111 7 oclock ocock at aught nlgliti fhth
i instrad InMIul of n and until uI1 4 oclock oclok on 11 ii Salur SalurHVH rlul rlulI Salurdass
dass HVH I liiHtend 1t11 I of Ir f flIi noon noonllit 111
< llit 1 weavers WtIn demanded dIUntc doublo rates ratesfor ril ratesI
1101 I for the oNtta la tt a hourc hUl In II ncoorduiico cordull with wih wit the thcnil theripis
1 nil ripis of their tlr I I 51 r union IUUI a Th mill 11 owners ownersrefund Ollrl OllrlIrl osvtersn1iiai
refund Irl 1 I to 0 pav It ItAI I it4t
AI A I a I oVlKk d cieI 1 lat eveninc Inln about three threeliuixlixd th thlulhd threehitneind
liuixlixd lulhd of the thoiioand tlou nll lianilf Iml ntopped ntoppedwork stojpedvork lolJd lolJdwork
work AM M WKJII O > I at I a they th got outside they theynbolte th thhollld tIeystoi >
nbolte stoi hollld I t < l to I lhi I h I a TOil t l lmnd4 hnlll Ian nds who had h11 elected electedto IelcllOlt Jctecit
to t eonUinie tout Olt 111 iiaii working to t ii come eI cut ul and ald when whentliero WhNItl vhqiititero
tliero tl were no 10 signs I I of lair I doing tollg sothoy sothoyiKRtm Iotht IothtI sotlaeyIgan
iKRtm I un to II fhoiit 1111 heab 1 Some Sl of thorn thornKot thNnol thetagot
got ol hold 111 I 1 I of u 101 iOi > ol and Itl laid tried I ri1 to II I o break bnll brai k < in inthe II ItiI
the I I a Kali at dipt apl i IVIier I Ir er Inkphoneil I lqlhul1 II I for forqllll u uNiiind ap
Niiind p qllll un ul d policv poHI pOi Its and 101 five 1 fis t bltieioats IllllOl wero Wtn 55f 55fII wilt wilttin lt lttl
tin tl IT I on 11 III u run runThe 111 11111ili
I The Til ili weaver 11 8Vt hung lun around nrlll tho tht mill mi in incroiiw InIrull ingrnas
croiiw Irull talking tllkll excitedly I Ic Ir but tho thO ti police policekijtt pI ptaktLj
kijtt Lj t ihoin Ih1 I on 11 oi ili t I move moveWhen 10 10Wh1 iiio iiioIi
When Wh1 the tl Ii whMlo whl tp blew at 7 oclock oclo l the theweavrrw th thwa thesvaers
weavrrw wa N1 who Iud h11 ln 11 Isxa ii lit II waiting walfnl tackled tackledtbo laekldthl tackledthe <
the thl otherH olr ot hers UK they I I ininn 10 tnC o olt otit < it and lnt tried Irl I rh d to toexiirt 10It toexipt
exiirt It a protuln proll from IIIm roan them Ihlllhll I list t lacy t would wouldquit w0II1 w0II1Qli voaill0it
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One of Prof Marsh Marl p Discoveries Dllonrf Drought DroughtOut Donlht DonlhtOut DroughtOut
Out of the te Cellar Celare CellarThe Ths Animal Aimal hail HiulIorepawi nadIorepawl hailForepaws
Forepaws Uke Those Tle of a Cat and the theHind tbeInd theIliad
Hind Ind Legs Jp Were Longer Lnll Than a Foreleg ForelecNKW ForelepNw Forelegaw
NKW Nw aw HAVEN nAJD Dec 8The The Te scientist scientistof tlentst tlentstof scientistsof
of the Peabody Peaby Museum Mulum at Yale have act actup It Itup actup
up a prehistoric prehl torlo dog which Is certainly certainlyho certinly certinlyIho
Iho ho only specimen lplmen of the kind on this con continent contnnt contiflCflt ¬
tinent tnnt and is I probably prohablythe the only one In thu thuworld thuord theworld
world worldKB worldIts ord ordII
KB II scientific Is Dromooyon
name rorax roraxIt Torx TorxIt voraxIt
It was 1 dug out of the mountain of Wyo Wyoming Wyoming Wyoining ¬
ming and Is I supposed IUppf to have ha lived in the theEocene thoEone theEocene
Eocene Eone Tertiary Tertiry period periodIt Jriod JriodI
It I was wa discovered lel by the late Prof O E EMarsh EManh EMarsh
Marsh Manh In 1872 and It lay In tho Peabody PeabodyMuseums Pebody PebodyMusum PeabodyMuseums
Museums Musum cellar clar until unti font allt sprlnftAwhen sprlnftAwhentho prlngwhen prlngwhenIh
tie Ih museum mUtoum professors pror r determined detennlnl to tobring tobring tobring
bring it to the front and ad show Yale visitant visitantj visitorswhat
j what the ancestors aclol of tho dog of If today loda lodalokl
looked lokl like likeThis Iko IkoThl8 likeThals
This dog la I 1 in the same sro room with wih tho thobaby thobaby thebaby
baby dinosaur IIUBur another animal from tho thopant thoPll thepait
pant Pll but found In the santo MOe State In Inlife InIfo Inlife
life Ifo he won tho size Ilzl of a large Ilrga wolf Ho HoU 10 10L Hoij
U L ij remarkable rmarkable for the size II7e of hi 11 his > skull lkul which whichis whichIi
is Ii onehalf onllalf larger than the skull tkul of a Si Siberian SIbri Siberian ¬
berian bri bloodhound bloodhoundThe bloohound bloohoundhe
The he brain cavity cUy Is I very small Imal Tim ThomuuJo Themuzzle
1 muzzle Is i of moderate length and height heightslightly heightI heightallghtly
I slightly slghtly constructed cnstrcle behind bhind the th canine canineand Cnln Cnlnand canitiosand
and obliquely oblquely truncated trunCle in front frontTho frnt frontThe
I The lower jaw Ii I of unusual unusuli Interest Interestto Inte st stto
to pathologist flthologllt0 as It Knows show among these theseancient thelo theloancent theseancient
ancient ancent animals the result rllult of the healing healingof healng healngof
of fractures IractuI During Durng life 18 the Dromooyon Dromooyonvorax
vorax orax fractured facurt the horizontal ramun rmUI of oftho ortho ofthe
tho left side ldl near lelr tie middle portion porion and andopposite andoppo antiopposIte
opposite oppo lo the second lcond molar but this tiai had hadhealed hadheliNI hadhealed
healed heliNI without shortening the jawbone jawboneTho jabno jabnolu jawboneThe
The lu posterior x > sterlor portion porion of the jaw according accordingto acrding acrdingto
to tho signs IlgD discovered dllocl when putting puttng the theanimal t16 t16alllalln theanimal
animal alllalln In exhibition exhibiton form had been Iln pushed pushedup
up
Judging from the appearance appearanc of the teeth teethIn teethIn teethin
In this thl dog he must mUlt have hlo been bn of extreme extremeold estremeold
old age for his hi teeth were ere very much worn wornand wornand
and 6veral several were ero missing missingTho mls missingThe lng lng1m
The 1m spine Is elevated elevato high above the body bodyand bodyand bodyand
and ends endlin In a tall tal that is slender and of un unusual unutual Unusual ¬
usual utual length When discovered dllovcr the vertl vertlbrio vortlbrw vertibrie
brio showed Ibowed that the thl natural Mturll position positionhad psiion psiionbnd positionhiatt
had been preserved preservedTho prosene
Tho capacity of tho thoraclo thoraco cavity of ofthis ofIlls ofthis
this Ills ancient anclmt animal is considerably conhldlrably smaller smallerthan antahirthan maUrIlln
than Illn that of the ordinary dog The he fore foreaws foreL
14WI L > aws bear a general gnera resemblance re8rnblanc to those thosenf UI080of thoseof
of a cat while whl6 the hind hlnr legs tl are ar longer longerthan longerIhan longerthan
than the forelegs On Oi ench foot there tlcre are arefour arl arefour
four toe toetThin toehll toesItii
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from him hi tall tal to his nose nOl6 hot JM a length of about
72 7 inches In meoHuriog mtlurlng the th dog to tolncludt include includetho includetho
tho length of the curves cur to his Jl hack and ad his histall hI hIlal histail >
tall lal as well w1 as a the cyrvaturw cratu of his hi nee1 nee1thu ned nectho nedtilt
tilt total length ImKth would he more 10r than tum IX IXInches 1 Xl XlInches
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In Conference With Leading lAadln llepublloani llepublloaniof
of Both llouien llouienALHANT JlomfllALBANY lionseALDANY
ALBANY Dec 6 600 Gov Odell Od 1 and Col ColGeorge ColGeorgo ColGeorgo
Georgo W V Dunn of the Republican State StateCommittee Stalelonunltllo StateCommittee
Committee today to ay had a long confab with withthe withth6 withthe
the Steering Committee of the next Legis Legislature Lttgllllature Legislattice ¬
lature which mwtu me 11I on Jan 1 1 The mem memlMof mlmherli memhers
lMof hers 01 the Legislature LellllIlat ure present were Senators SenatorsElUworth SenatorsEIAworth SenatorsElhsworth
ElUworth Higgins Stranahan Knim Knimand Knlman1 Krumand
and flames and Speaker H Fred Nixon Nixonand Nixonand Ixoll Ixollanti
and Awemblyinen Allds and Kolsey KolseyFJr KeIMeYFir KolseyFirst
Fir First Jt > t of all it was decided that the State StatecoiiNUmptive SlatecoIIlumptive Stateconsumptive
consumptive hospital in the Adirondacks Adirondackshould Adirondacksshould Adirondacksshould
should b bP located at Raybrook between IwtwoenSaranao betweenSoranao betwoenSaranao
Saranao and Lake Placid Then a tentu tentutlvo telltutho tentuilvo
tlvo plan was mapped out for the important importantlegUlation Importalltlegillation importantlegislation
legislation of the coming session with lth a aview aview
view 10 of enabling the t he Legislature gl lot ure to ad adjourn adJourn admum ¬
journ during tho second or third week in inMarch InMarch inMaroli
March MarchCertain MarchGertaln MaroliCertain
Certain members of the Legislature are areopposed nreOPIQI areopposed
opposed to u short session IIlon but loT Odell Odelllet OdellItt Odell1st
let It bo known today todo that personal views viewswould viewssvould Iow IowI
would not bo allowed to interfere Intl ere with his hisIdea hiliIdllI hisidea
I Idea of a short session In fact Joy GovOdolln Go GoOdII JoyOdells
Odolln plans for tho coming notion HMI lon an anoutlined alloutllnld asoutlined
outlined In his forthcoming metuuigo IIIll lll1ge < con contemplnto contllI1plnto contemplate
template the accomplishment IIl Ompllt lunent < of the I lat shortest shortestIxglHlativo IIhortCfltgllaUe shortestLegislative
Legislative session tIIlon In tho history of till thuprvHont tillpIlent thepresent
present generation and tho ho reduction of ofthe 01the ofthe
the annual uxpem expenses H of the State Govern Government lornmnt loverlifluent ¬
fluent by at least 11500000 1500M so that In the thefuture thefutllre thefuture
future th these no expenses each year will Iw Iwmorn 110mortl hosatire
morn than met by the revenues from In Indirect IndlrtCt indirect ¬
direct Kouroes of taxation This means meanstho meal mealtll meansthis
this tll > alxilltlon of all direct taxes for tho thosupport thosupport thesupport
support of the tll Stato Government with tho thoexception thocXltption theexception
exception of the t he direct tax of thirteen one oneImprovement 0110llUndltllllllt onohundretithas
llUndltllllllt 01 a mill to mt Iho canal canalImrrotm canalImprovement
Improvement nt bonds of 1803 180 which is re required reqUired requireti ¬
quired by the Constitution ConstitutionTho lvn tltlilion tltlilionTho
Tho Governor has ha about completed his hismewtage hismpI hismessage
message mpI I4IIKe < to ii the Legislature and it was read readnt readnt readat
nt thu conference today which was a called calledby ellllodby calledby
by the Governor to i secure < the views of the tholeading theItadlng theheading
leading Republican member of the LogLs LogLslature LoIILIliture LegLslature
lature UXtiltHeHmiitinlKlntH ul uponltsetoentintpoints un > It ntlall olntli > The Tlluoonlor TlluoonlorIICO confer conference ¬
ence t rice was WII held in the private room roollll1 recently recentlyadded recentlyadded < nlly nllyud
added ud ed to the Governors suite for such Michpurpose suchptsrposs uch uchpllrpo
purpose pllrpo and when hull the time for luncheon luncheonarrived lunchtlOnurrhll luncheonarrived
arrived tho Governor entertained his con coni
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III the Hotel Ten Eyck There Tho the confer conferI conlerellco cotiferellen
I ellen was wa continual until 4 oclock The Thej
1 Governor left for Ncwburgh Rt t 6 oclock oclocki oclocklie
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Company of Now XII York oily hag leased It Itproperty its Itllproperly itsprprty
property and franchise to tha th Intcrutban IntcrutbanStreet InlerubanHlftlt InteruibanStreet
Street Hallway Ita II way Company for a term of ofWt of1IIIj ofiittg
Wt yearn loarli according to a certificate tiled tiledtoday IIItdtoda tiledtoday
today toda with the Secretary of State iiI ate The Thefranchises 1110tranchl Tuefranchises
franchises tranchl eK leased are thoM > acquired under underconsent IIl1derI utrsderconsent
consent cvn nt of the Common Council of New NewI NIw11ork
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Company on otnpatiy pa and Andrew A Halmy 11111 Jrenl Jrenldent IrtIllt lresident
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of the Intelurban Street S Itailwuy Coniuny ConiunyThe COpallTh
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