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Fair and continued low temperature fo-dty and to-morrow. Denned m-eather reports mill be found aapap I.V tm. VOL. LXXXI.- NO. 61. HUERTA CLINGS i TO PRESIDENCY t Movico rit.v Hoars He Will I'rocliiim Himself I Miilv KI1.1M..1I 1 nl'IT.U. IS ALARM KM I . . l('1(M'inilltMl tn Aet III- it'M'iitlciit of the Powers in .Mexico. W l l' Kl.KiTlOX KK.sn.T w I'.ili.'x Will Hp Withheld I mil Ih'ciMiin !! rilitiir Voting I Miidf. M - .! Was a.atlll.d last Ii lit Hv I" ttii' ".. n Hucrta had deude.l ,r,' - .n "iini dlate count ' 1. t n t' - ' and to ir'n.l.i,tn hltus-if lil Gen Kdll'i'J'! till ! elected as Ptofl- v a n l e-Prcid(tit of Moxno t r I n;td state. will stand ai..ne .n .t...r u'titude .t mix adopt toward v-l " .. A'iminl-tr.it.on !,nc i i il t .i-1 ,ndt ,-i ndentli .f the Power '" ,- mxi mot. however, must i 'tne in Hi'.rta a n tuw policy will In no. J before he m.ik,- known h. - .-n regarding lat ' jmLiv's ruction, (je-.-.. i 'an-.inza - r. pr. sont.iuvo In NVw '" .. i. liuert.i AMU be overthrown In r..--v uijj if the embargo on .uni and m.ti i ns -if war is lifted The rebel - . gaining strength In the north a --.n.ieil a government of hi. a n HUERTA TO CLAIM PRESIDENCY ? Mr i In. I lt llrur. llr Will llcctilrc Himself ami lllnn.iirt lllcrtril. N'r' (.'-' it n Vol ,o ins lio.nl ? to-d.i ui.un'( a ruiiO' w I'.rHl to-n.cht i.tu.-d al.trni n nc-.' !ii . oloi,-. ), mi.! i-;ni"ed ptfiM .iJK'i.j for n-pai tun- th.it ' s an o.iirt.d to p.m. , iuiiiT l to the . ffiet tll.lt !!:) 1 - .it oi.. ,ii o:ili-i a (,m.i- of It.illots nt m Siiiiilax ehi'lion anil '3-tHnith m.U dm'lare hinifelf ar.d H..111. Uul ohiB-tn l'tii'ldcnt and Vice- l''IS ( '.I T' Md" not to 1 for ua. ye; I1.1t it is believed penetaUy -at Hmrta will wait 110 Ioiir. r In view the attitude of W'asdunctop. th Pcd- il Cot eminent and the ieop.i Kener ; ir.ike small prtteiice of Keepiti!: t the pcopos-al to defy the Ameiicin 1 rnif nt. lt 1 afli Huert.i cannot ctl retuins . 1 til laer whore ote. were cast ,t ilievcd lie en make a show mc - j" . to 11 duate that he had a 111a- t Me ri.tnt tltctlon. Till- would . i t.i il il.ilorshlp with a semblance of " -t" jtioral authority. V S. TO STAND ALONE. Will i l I ndrpr ndrnf l of Knrnpeiin Poller In Mrxlra. ". .U N ,T N. ".t I It i" HU'td'S t . th" Mexican situation. President i - .11 doe... 1,. .t inttinl to commit him f '. 1 any procedure in .Mexico until , . Mtxiiati Gi.Tnnieiit has shown what .r.pnd to do atwut th elections lat S " i.n. thi ,-tand the L nl ted States ! in l, ai- rd with the lluropean Goiern- - a. I of whom are awaltltif the re s j.t of Sunda.i's Mitlns. and the delay of e Presidents pioinlsed information re. C'-d n the Anv rlcan policy will be pei feet v understood by the Powers, which i 1 ho n -iquc-ded to defer ai tmn until 1 T t.d Sut'" ' hiaid from 1' e.,Iallied that should tile P e,. ,1111111 t lum-elf to ati pait.cular at tlis juncture llti-.ta ouhl .i-. th' if-ue by ihaiiilns lu pio c jirm- so h to caue any shaft dl. ai h.m (mm Waslunstoii to fall e of the. maik. A it now Mamlx he w ' haxe to commit himself to some line o aMion rrcardln- the election without kp iwins what President Wilson lutend t'l rlo 'Ihi' ih' fnited States Government will (oui.d a 1111- In Mexico rntlMy Inde r,endent!i of other nationi w;i the au ihorhatlve statement made lute to-day. t. .. ....(.... .i.lnl. .....1.1 V... d snltled by tn. term nt serious (riction h tween the I'ti.'ed Stated and Kurope in rdi-d to Mexico, there Is not now any 1 ip ration. Pr "d'nt Wilson Is deter irnnod to retain ( the I'nlted States Its ' idltlonal leadersh.p and domination In 1, itlcal affairs of tn hemisphere. The i"-ij States Goieriinieiit I? not consult- ivlth thft other I'owi r recirdlns Mex I but Is merely ki-cpin; them Infoiined V.'hlle hoplnc that the policy o( the I'r .ted States will rommenil Itself to the e he- Governments, the .dm lustration - no Intention of asklris 'heir adilce r'K.ut it or HUhmlttin? It d, ision to t m (or approval. t. J'ualllTr Action K.ipeeled. Tlie fact that the President is wallliiK 'or announcement from Mexico city as to win ther the votlnK o( last Sunday ie- ilud In electlnc a Preldcnt or not lie '' (ormulatliiR hla policy does not mean n at h IniM tiot very definite notions on i' subject of Mexico. Tho President's ,. frindament.il attitude remain unchanged aid ho Ii.ih only tn learn the result of He elections before lie. riccldes what pat enter action Is licet suited to the new turn of exents. 't wan Intimated to-day that some pos itive anion :is contrasted with a mere Mat'ment of policy Is likely to follow tho infinite disclosure of Kuirta's plan about 'he eletiotis. No indication of what would be the nature ol suili action was Continued' on Fourl I'ngt. NEW SENATOR FALL PUZZLED. " He linn Rrrn I nublr In 1 tiilrr stand I . . roller. F.I P.,., Hit SO -lulled Stairs Sen ator It Fall stnved hew to-day from I hi ruinh home at Three Mixer. N't" ', Mixuo When aked for hl opinion n ' th Mc n po',.ri of the Fnited stat h- ;l "If iwi give me tome light on tit Wash'nc: .n A,m..tilstratlon polo recant- j Hit Sliv.ui 1 in ght make some inmm.-nt ' "ii .' So far I have not been able to J s i 1 1 w hat tf f pel , y t MARSHALL REBELLIOUS. ; l r.'reldrnl ana W lie io fur enllnn De.plle t'.ntrrntle.. W xntis iTov "ct S V f -Picident Mar.haU rdie.ed '.dav and made prep arations to le.i Washington f.'r a aia- I Hon m lnl..ma H" will co to-mor-on ' and remain aw.ii until he and Mr Mai-I hall have had a attfnitor tct I .-oiih time a;n the Vlie-Pnident m.irie pUti t.. go. but the President pievail.it on him to lema.n in Washington To-da he annoiiiu-. d to the Senate leadtrs that he would co ..ii his vacation and that fur. thei cntreatie to remain on the Job would be wasted on him Mr Marshall is .aid to be ven inn. h woin nut from he- loiu sta at the cap ,tal and the Vice-President a.'ltnit that lie is er much .11 11. d of a n t Most of the v. nation will be spei.t in northin Indiana at the Vice-Presuli t,ts home, but a part of th' time will be spent in Arizona UDn UIAVDIIDVI UI1DT. UV UTtJTC AT DDUrilPDi Follow iiur "No Id-ink" dnlpc, lie I Hit hy Fallinir I!. ills. (.e.,i ,if,tt le.r-ffeA to Tmi Ms liM-iv. i. ct Su Ned Waybiirn. the American theatilcal liroduiei. natrow.y es.ap.d d.ath last nlKlu whn two nor, bolt hurled from the winis, stitick hint on ti e head ami houblet as he wa en KJCid in diteitlutr the ieheaia (,f ih cine effects of ' Are You Then " at th Pi In. of Wall s s Theatre Two phv siclans who att. nd-.l h.m a'd th. piodueed inlKht have t . n kill.d if the bolt had struck him on a mote en-i'ivi part of the head H wa iineon. ions fci soil), t.llle M' Wavbuiu. who wa- at h.s tak as.iln th' .v.nim: .aid n4 p-ef.-ts to think t wa an accld. nt. but it mav have be. ii the result of his older p-ohlbltnu drinkliiB in the dieslnr room and In the siveral of tin- workers In th wings for their dtinklns habit and is determined to inforee hi ord'r. The iniit were not of the pattern ti-ert a the theatre GIANT TELESCOPE FOR TAHITI. Papeete Obirn atur liistranient lo Hair Onr Meter I. ens. Sv I'nvvisco. Oct 3" The observa toiy at Papeete. Tahiti. I preparing to install a telescope wltn a one meter lens, accordlnc to Piof M'lan Stefanlk. a French scientist, who arrived here to-day from Tahit' The mamtnotii telesiope. the len of Which W.ll be tll'ie inches lalKer than tile l..ck telescope and lis than an lie h smaller than the Verk. s glas. Is now bclns tlnlshid in Pari Acting for th Frenih Go . r nm nt lie. Itif et,rl..p tl.u i,. Prof. Stefanlk I super intending the con struetlon of a wireless plant at Pap.it? which w ,11 put the Society Island In radio communication with the outside world HAPPINESS LEAGUE FORMED. 4-ta of Conrtr' tn Br Reported on Blank to Headquarters. Cl.EVKl.ANP. Oct. 30 A wealthy philosopher, William Vernon Iticku. has formed the Appi eolation Iaf.igue of the Fnited Stales and aim to promote taloo phy. the art of making happiness epl. demlc. The only requirement for mem bership I a desire to make other (oik happ.v Members will be provided with blanks and will,report to the headquarters of the league here acts of courtesy by emplovee Tf all sorts. Notice of these lepoila will be sent to th" courteous one's employers When an employee gets three "eourtesv report" he Is entitled to a special letter from the secretary o( the league and a bad Re of merit. HAVANA TOBACCO CROP DAMAGED llalna Will Cauir llelay In Planllns w Crop. Special Catilr f)efe. to Thu Srs Havana. Oct. 30 Torrential rains have caused great damage to the to bacco crop In the Vudta Abajo region. Pelay In plantlnit the new crop will be one result. R0UCHES DIRECTOR OF OPERA. Wealths- Hanker. Manager of Thea tre de xrl, irl Paris Post, ltcml nbtr ejipaf'. to Tim Sin I'ar.is, Oct. 3d .lacqlKS lloucher, a wealthy banker, publisher and theatiiial manager, was appointed to-day by th" Minister of Fine All illieetor of tlie Pans Opera, He will succeed to the miltilge inent when the Messager-Htoussan leglme Is teimlnated nt the end of next ve.ir. Mr. Uouches made his first ventuie into the theatrical Held six or seven years aso when he took one of the porulnr thcaties In the natlsnolles quarter nnd mad" It the Theatre des Arts, where he produced many celebrated plays. Including several of Hcrnard Slmw'a works. He sublet this theatre a short time ago when he saw that there was a possibility of his selec tion (or the Opera post. ('nalu fine Carroll I'.statr, William J. Cummins vviik served In the Tombs vest.rday with papers in . suit brought hy the e.xeititors under the will of Joseph t. Curtoll, member of the firm of Kiss, Poerr & Can oil, horse dealers, who died November 'J3 last, The Mill Is li.tsed on a note for JJ.jDft made by Cummins (in May t, lill, YORK, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1913. cww. MITCHEL FAILS TO"ENDM'CALL" Xo r(, Fiifllt IS Woll. lU Tell 12.0(10 at Fusion Hnlly. W 1 1 1 TM A X 1 X I II . lr. AvSlllS AlMlM Of Mel ill! i I'lijust to an HoiieM Man. UK I S l.ol'UKST AITLAI K 5i Cruwil hi MailNoii Miiaif (i.'inli'ii Dops-n't Show Mueli Kit f Ii lli:ttn. l I-'ollow ,ni: the reirt of a . onit.i jti.,11 which took pUie in St.lwd.'s ce'.l on A .just 2.1 and wh.ih wa overheald hv Wullam .1. tb.irns d. teit.icraph. Tn: ' it, mMmin- .iimmnrv ! i of the contents of the "blink b. ok w,,'cl, l,,hn n,nn" K" h,,,n 1 nc at the meetlnc he has addres.-cd In 'suppott of the fusion vandldate At the .vime moment tnere come it oni Sine S.nc a denial (rum e x-Sen.it.r Stil-; well that lie ever made any confession and an announcement of his w .nineties, , , . , ..... ,r ,h..t the seal of -ecrevv b. t. k. n from all those with whom h-- had d-.tllns' a to a ardon. j .lohn Pitrtoy M.l.hel f.ill.d to lartvi out hi threat to licht Into and nd Kd- ward K. McOail at the b.j (tis.oti ra'lv In Madion Square Garden lb sa.. that the campa.cn wa .ever he wo id win and there was no need of .,n more mud sllnelnc i't..inc S Whitman de-c!ar-vl that the alnt-e of .ludee Mct'all was iinjut. prailnc h.m a an lionet man i.! W. V Amor, riani.'.l nie of the men mcnt.oned In the Stilw.-l! intet v lew at S.nc S.ne which wa pi int.. 1 In Thki St s vcslerd.iv He denied St.lvvell made ' a confs.i"n and sa.l.tliat l.vnn .1 Ai- Thr ,!,,( ,,, Mi, fl ci,t .ft thttv . ight nold ptev.nt,i a pardon that mishtJhes of ail hapes lie had tmd to tin have -saved Suizer from Impeachment. 1 lock the front door ami falline. had cut Mr. Hennessv t.i'd u audience in Cooper I'nlon that he would not take an office in M'.tchcVs administration Men if he wKV ofTerf il "Ano Mi Murphy said the lVm rat.c lead i r wouldn't nominate WMl.am .1 Gav nor. h. iho.io for M.ior He pointed to this as evidence that he ,-n'l th 1 Iki. " lfe denied Suizer charee that i he sint McCall to uree the Gov.rr.or to call "ff Hennes-v Judge Mctrfll il-nied lie akc,l S.ilitr to lire Hennessv (rem h:s Job of pino ine Stale ilepartnient-. Hx-Gov Sulrer attacked the ('ourt of Appeals, sa.vs ls.st. i-an control di ctions. Suler charg. .1 that Mui phv arecd lum to approve the Host. in post nml trollcv bill, nut of winch Murphy e- , pectcd ti ! " make a mil ion i .f a. ri money He laid, h'.s fall to f u sal FUSION'S BIG WINDUP. I" I Persons Hear lainlidsle. Pledir llnel Itnlr. .lohn Purroy M t- hel. the chief mk aker al fusions big wiiidup meeting in Madison Square Garden lust night, did not can.v out his threat "to lift the lid and end McCall.'' The reason lie gave wa that the light was won and he tleir'd lo end the campaign a he began lt. without slinging personalities. His severest refireme to Judge MeCall ! (lent of lrainhli OrttnnUallon. whose name he mentioned seldom, wa. ;,, i.7;e. to Tn' ' that It hadn't been pleasant to app'v the' i.n,. im S-i Tue parliamentary goad to lMwaid K M.-Ca,l n older to 1 ui.coniin ttt i .migration adopted di.ve him lia.k In h n.i'.u ai shelter t .-solutions to il.ti ti nd.ng to make under the roof of Ta-nmaiiv Hall Foi ' Autl :a imb ndent of the North V 1 1. tit u-the- list of a fa i Iv long spi ech ne con steanihlp pool. disalirov ing of pools for tented himself with charging Taminan.v j the inonnpollzallon of the itiugi ant tl afllc with wate and extravagance and prom-1 and ascribing the inciease In emigration Nine to clve. if elected, an efficli nt and I to i-conomic cau-es The ri-pol t go. s to honet administration The real eurpiise of th- b.s mietiug was furnWhed b.v Pistr.it Attorney Chatles S. Whitman, who told li'.dOH cheering llelentr that he did not approve of the abuse nnd v llitlcatlon that had marked the campaign and that from long experience as a lawer, Judge and Pis trlct Attorne.v lie believed Judge McCall to be an honest man. Mr Whitman, making It plain that lie spoke as a Republican ami a biliever In non-partisan city government, said that the real Issue was the defeat of Tam many as Tammany and he therefore asked support for Mitchel, McAneny and Pren dersaM i Wild lint hiislnsm. The echoes nf Madison Squi'e (I. mien 1 have been tried in times past by the roar- Ing cheers raised for -nt h as llrjali. t!noe veil, Taft, Hughe and Heat!. They vveie suhjei led to no such strain last night when Mr Mikhel, after u perilous adventille over the tlie escapes, HtlllSRh'd thtnugh the ctowd and stepped Into the glare of the calcium The cheering lasted (or s-ixleen min utes. For ten minutes of tlie time theie was some spontaneity, some real vol time. For six minute it was fmced and band made cheering Then were other figure that evoked much mote applause In all mall than the principal candidate of the fusionists. District Attorney Whitman lecelved a really lematkable ovation, llveihlng he said was chcei-ed. Voung Dudley Field Malone, the Thiol Assistant Secretary of State, who hinted without leally committing himself lo ex. act words that Democrats nf the hiand o( Piesldrnl WINon aie (or Mr, Mitchel, was splendidly gieeled So was Oscar ConlPiurif oh Sernnd Vug. ' WOMAN KILLED IN AUTO CRASH. ' 1 hrer Injured When fur 1 Wrecked er Toledo. Tfxit- P.r.s. N Y (ct J' At ft'lt'i , mobile driven and ownd b Oli.irle ' ivininer. a hotel l.eepi of Pieiinont N Y. cairlnc live f-iend. was wtecked I whi1 toiindlnp deadm.in m-w. half ," mile wl of Tuxedo railroad sut'on I on Hie oraupe Tu-npii. tn mpriurte. 1 mli.r.c one and serlmislv Injurlnt the oil, els The dt.ver and In n- ear-old I babv escaped injurs Mrs .v Hewis. !, ve.irs old of P "r rnoi.t. N Y a nist.Uitl killed tid I , a,ll:irhard Keif, wa so setlousl Injuied fiat he prohablv wnl die H wife Mr I llli'iard K.efi. susta.ned a 1 roken houl " I der .it.d Mis Keefe, . slstet was , ut and ..... I l,-c. eri All nr. 'n the Tuxedo Hiofltal p.rmom l Iwentv-tlve mile from ' Tuxedo IVnvre who vva mil fnt a ' mirnu'C spin with 1,' tie Khrsirs. w.i, inu.d tic the rim whin the tire on tn- I i left (roni wl.ee: or I. ca1 i.line off The 1 i,i ti.it.ed two somersault, throntnc its , H-ciipatits :n al d.rect in- on tne roek I BURGLAR CUTS YOUNG ECKERT. Ilnlilier I'.M'ape tiler HaeUlnB the I. ale Hen. HcUerl'. lirMniUnti. S-imi,i,p t'oiiii Oct. 3" fbndenm K, uirt. .Ii. stan.ion of the l.re Gen 'noma T r.cke't on,. pide!it of tts W.stetn I n on Tf.itraph I'omp.Tiv w.i att.uki d bv a tuiie.ar 111 h father hoi.e hue iil-nit s r. c'oik lat nitht and was .lit on the aim w.th a rarot. Kiker' wore .1 he.vi mok!nc Jirket. wh.n i-mbablv saved h.m from enou 'iiiu-v The Ja.k.t wa bt in thi.e or font plao. but Kckert arm wa not frMl )n thl. .,lr(: riH,m u.ed h.m to hu-rx downstair- He noticed that th" tront door was oi.en. and, turnltiir ir.to th i puilatd room, was aisiut to erner me dliilnL- loom when h. stumble.1 over , hair a n a ...ns ,,',',..,. leaped on him and made four l.il.e n .k fu in w, ,.(.k.. ,,.,. (( yi ,,ifn !M10. Xhr i,u.K..,r t'-en ,i.4rted out. -phe crash tha' ala'med Kikett was made lo a dravv.r of silv.r Inert Ih ! buiglar to.m out .'f a sideboard and wi.,h j Ml on the floor. Xotl. tie wa take,,. , " " ANOTHER GLEN RIDGE ROBBERY. ; lliirslan XlaUe Ihelr erMlli Hani W llhla a XX eel. it ts P.'t-ir. X .1. I'. t 3" - The home ,.f V. W t'oncdoii at .'!: Iinteewood av(- ' nue was entered -atlv to-.ta;, a na -iivrr. w.-ne ar t otnei prop.in .aui.o ..i v.as stolen Th s i th. . ver.th robber.v n th s s.i't on w ,th n a we.k lout a .tlon of elas in tne noor ami unlinked It (rem the Inside. LIVED 3 HOURS. LEFT $38,991. Infant' liare of Xluiher1 l".late lioe In Father. I TH- appr..ie.C ' ..'i nfam w . ',ved ni,;. thre- lion: and ,n tha' t.nn in - hi-ite.l propertv worth $3 wh. filed etcrdnv. The infant was George II ,,e p....W. h.r. son of M.s .leanette M le Itraekel.er. who .bed M.iv at the t. ne the ch Id was born Tl.e mother left her proputv in espial stare to In- h.iha d. George de i:-aeke-lee', a lamer, and to ati , hdd that m.s'.il be l.or.i lo 1"-. Tl' .mid sur vived its mother long er'f.i;h to .nherit half the i'tate aid then h 'i.i-e went to Ii father URUGUAY HONORS T. R. j It epi.se nm 1 1 e of l'reldelil WIU Xleel th Colonel at the lliiriler. i . . . , . P-e. . Air.r.. ( ct 30 It ha beet. .'drilled that rem eser.tatlve of the Prei- , ,i, nt of Pure in will meet Col ltooevelx th. itr.iziti i.. fioititr ard aecompanv , i, m to .Mont, v ,d. o AUSTRIA MAY QUIT POOL. ; llmr In Itelelisrath to He Inilepeii- the Itelelisrath to-niortow It I generally reganb-d that the teport exonerates the Canadian Pacillr P.ailway Company, which was subjicted lo much adverse comment on the chatge that It was Inducing Austiian to leave the coun try to avoid mllltarv service. Tlie gen eral feeling that the ciitnpanv was made the scapegoat for the delinquencies of the other steamship litn s wa voiced in the Itelelisrath and in the seinl-ofilcl.il news paper ririiti.'iMiff.. It is expected that Manager Altman of the Vienna ofllcc of the company, who was arteslcd recently, will he leleasid at once TBT7r Vtt NTW YORK DOCTOR VRUL tOK flfcW JJUsls-A. .. .- . .11.1.. . at -mi ' ii. nr. ...i... tniiiltaer Physician. V llor Sl'i'.tN'.s. V.i, cel. ?" Tin sin 111 Institu'lon of W ,ihmgtoii hi notilifd Pr. Guv Hinsdale, who l'Vt at Hot Splines mot of the ear. Jt dt cisioii to .ivv.irii ,i i.isn pn. - oi -'"' as tlie IIOIIgKlll pi we. I" nun ..no ... . '. A. C Knopf of Xew v.i'U, to ue inviueu Tlie lille Is g V NI for the bet es.i on "The Itclntion of Atnuisplu't Ic Air loithe tight to uijov iiiip,:i, l.imi and Tubeiculosl." The paiicta wetc handed I ti nemetils in live ye.us ago ami no itiMing oi wn.it " regaul this ptactice which i en-lgioiind ami bu Iding, ivlmh by nler the diclsion would be teach, d the divlor , pllK,., ,j ,. p,.p,, ,,iuv i emlnm vote of the ele, tors ,,f Guthiie until to-day, when he had almost forirotlen flK,lnK l.1,m),lil,.11 fnUUlv ,1(M. ,., , ,,, lmi..,.l,y hM May th,. loinnetitloii. The prl7.e coiiimltlee was composed n Prof. William II. Welch of Johns llopkln. Pr. Simon Flexnor'nf Hocked Her Insti tute, Sillgeon-Gcneral George Sternberg of lb" Fnited States army and Pr. John F. Fulton. The llodgkiii pi lie wa once awarded to llaroii ltnteigli and Sir William Ham sav (or their dUcinciy o( argon. Pi llltiHilali' Is s cretar" and treasurer of the Amerlian Cllmatologli'iil Aisocla-lion tMIOMliU ItllTMtS nnrld Mmnui tonic, drlliioui flvorlnf , all drssfrl. AM, i. fr sn pn.. nnt mni(i - HERE'S WHAT'S IN BLACK BOOK STILWELL DENIES CONFESSION Stilwell Denies Confession and Declares He Has None to Make Ex-Senator in Sing Sing Issues Statement That He Is Through With the Whole Business and Lifts the Ban of Secrecy From All Persons In a .taiem.nt m.d. at Sine Sine pnm la.-t n.cbt Stephen . I St:'w,,l an- notituine that he is thro .jh will, the whole huslnes cives what purior; to I he the uhstnce of hi nrs,it .nl.-n. Willi l epresentatlv e. of Gov. S.i'..el. "I have made no confession to anv one and have no i-onfesslon to make in vouinc any public oinoial or puh'..c per son and this l haxe re,eatcdly state.l every pet,m who has i,ue.!i.ineil til" a..oi,t it. ineliidmc repr.-entatlv e- of, Gov sulier. 1 .hrtllencc l.xnn .1 Ar- r.oid of AlUinv to repeat what I to'.d him in Sin: Sine prison, which wi.l establish the truth of my assertions" St.Iwe'l then remove the se.,; of ,t- ...... ii,.iii ..cry jm rs.in wno , li.l any conn, ct ion with hi aft aits He m, ntloned f.c W .ll. am X i(-h,lr, lt ( j ,rn j Aiti'rv v I'-n- OPPOSES HOUSE GIFT TO JESSIE WILSON fl'fPIII;itiVP (irilV uf ii;l,l lirrl.irp Hi !.) ,Mul lio to tlit1 Poor. I.F.CTn.F. IN' rUlll'li'lKI I l)S Hift for Hriilc Should lit Solicited He Offer I!poii tioii of Couirratiiliition. W .SHIN,. TON Oct 3e I' H i Srav . n I icm.v at lb I i el.l.iltve f Indiana, w ho ac i, now ledce he :,.ok like A bra' am l.ln- coin and ho a s i. joaet es tl a I- via i virtue of Thoma- Jen"e-on and An.lr.w ! .lacks, m shocked tlie lbnie t .-d.iv w h. r ; ,, ,-,. ,mi,tif p:-;. : acali.t tl.. pto- -K,.a( ,,f nieniher to collect a fur.. I tor the I llu ..(1(n. gift for M,s pur. ll.l-e oi a ..ennui l-ili ior .n WINon. daughter of the Presnb nt. Mr Gnu who had Jut returned from Philadelphia, wh.ie le had l"vn wind and dined b citizen of that en. h ita.med aeainat the extravagant e of mem ber In contr.hutlng '5 each for the Wils.vn w.ilduu- ireeut In opln on Ihi niotie- might btter be expended In tel. e lug the siiffeung- of God patient poor The Ind ana member made t.vo ugc. s. tioii a- to in. propri.in io.ii .mum ne ob-crv.d at a w.d.lng wloch will be re - ce.v.d with intenst bv those who Imagine .l know somit'iine alniiit the . tiquelte ,.f such occasion ,.rl.lir..., - In the til-i pla- . a. cord. ne to Mr Giav of i 'onnersv ille. Ind. the proper 'hie f" the House to do w.m.d be to ...ngratulate I Mis Wilson on h.-i marr.ag and t. t f s. ml her a ptc-uil In th.- s.tond pla.e ,n t:iste,l that a i w.ddiug piesent tiev.i' should be for wai.bd to a bride null- s,.!.-l'..l The pa' tits of the pt op.'i'tlv c l'-!e House lo il. had made no .oiita-es to the House and 't wa highlv luqnop.i th.i-foie fot th. llo'ise r.t toe.tttt e'tt Vfl.-r idv tg the l.,lle on he pio- IMi.-tits tl.i. should I bs.n.'d on strcl ; intet. sting o..aiot Mt Giav wanning- still rno'e to the ul...'t portr.iv ed .1 Clrlstnias f intasv in wii'rti a child of the poor looked ionguik'lv at a simp window til.ed with ptet'.v thugs intend, d onlv for the i ich Calling ni'on the shade of Jiff. i.,n and ,l,(i I. son to Wilms Ins a t Ml Gia.v diii.ii id that hi S3 waving a crisp bid in th" alt should co lo th, poor at Christinas true and not be , p, n,l,-,l (or a "trinket' fot the Wh te Hons, lui.li i wish lo absolve iuve'l'.' ,ild Mi G: i. 'from any pai tl. ip.uion in tin. niovem. nt Inaiigiiraled In the House tor tl.e putch.ise and pi.-s. utatlon ot ,v ...stlv gift to th. Pi. s'llcnl's daughter, loi I do not believe ihi 's a tilting nnd a purer manlier r ! Temper or tin House to t SllmV '' "'" ' '"' 1 ' '"' fu h. i)l!U )i( h(iMs oi. (i os nes ti.t'.r g.,.l will fi M MI.nn ami i' cs dent tn n.. Melle of I' liilUin, i "I tegaiil tin pr.uti.e of people niai i t,K Kilt- o all kind W high olllclal !ini m,.mi.ri ,,f ,ei! f.inuli.s a' ., ii'' n nt I Iitigetitig li ulovv loinltig fiom lav ot feudalism, when f.allv. I om.ifte. f.,,(. ,,r oi .,,,,,,' lin,- ,1 ,' .. iri, qualllh' illon not nnl.v of oln, psliip but to ei t Inn t notiie. prompt. ,1 In ,t mm bid ih she for recognition b th oe in piov, r "At anv tali I think It I .1 mlsiiin - ceptioti of the ollliti nml the n lationslilp of the people to their high olllcer. I think further that this movement is In exceedingly bad taste. l think Ii Is Indiscreet and an unwarranted asMimp. tlon for the memhets of thl House to lender to this lady u trinklet wi. h thev may see fit to purclinsr "Kxcpting for a few mempeis win Canttnurd on firth I'ngr, ohoi - mm,.,. tuvv W.mn n Tan. v and p.irticulai ' M: in,d H, sav . emphatically that lie was s,,c,i to make HftiddVit. .n- , ni: in improper practices rhnrle Mnrphs. eimlor .lame rnnlri, eiialnr Holier) l llatiirr, M nillh. i was re,'.irte,l to .cn thre atll- davit. hv fr.end nnd representaliv. of. g Suizer" i the s.istnnce of Slll- xn e-1 1 - .tatemen:. "and I told thetn that , .,,.,!.! make no s.u h allldiv it, nor ,- 1 an s.ieh a.lldavits. a. l Knew nothins vclibh could involve an of ther men mc ntlonetl. ' Stilwel! conclude h. statement. w n . n cov ers two siieets of ettet Pfer w nh the i hallence atram to all peron t i eieivth'.nc and de. lares he ha , ,.; ration for in ,.h that he sas. MITCHEL ODDS NOW 3 TO 1. Morr Hetilna In I'lnanelal llUirlel on olie of 1'lnralll.t. It. tti-ig od. n the financial rlisti let ivtsierda a.!v.u,..d from 'i7 to 1 on 1 M.M.cl to t to 1 and there wa some lit , t.' on tii.it hasi Mi ('all money i not p'cr.i'ful, an.l i riorts to c t T.inunanv ' in n to . r..l down rnon. v on their favor ite were futile. The l.u;et bet of the dav nlar.d on ..i.e.. in.- oi me -ie.iion was one or i " Hfl'l to St "00 that Mltchel wonl.l I ele. led At l'r. d Schumm s cafe a bet 51 to S.0o w.i made that Mit, hel Jwiuld got s,.,iieu pluralrtv and another of fj.iiea in jt fi(i,i that he doe not get tnn.ortn idiirahtv. A wager of tl.-IOn ,,.n monev was made that Mitchel would carry King co-intv An offer of S'liliV ev. n monev wa made that the fnlon candld.ite will not get lii.oflO tdurallty in Xew York count v. The following off. r were alo mari (.'.i ' ii noil on Pr nderg.ist. S".dna at 10 to on McAnenv and -1.0(10 io fsfli. ihn p,,,.,,,,. , i..,.,,,,.,,, ot Itorouch of Itnx'l.lvn ! gQAT IN TROUBLE ON SOUND i oii.iu,,n,,ellh I let I p al furl lot. I ,. . ' V.' .p .. 1 1 .1 t.e- I " 'lie . w.a"h '.eg t i, ,.. ;,1,) ,, I ti- : ,. ,e S...1-.1 I", i : Tore., W r.. r 's : irg t ' S mrd la t i I : .eht en her w iv t, Pa;: i: ,-r h.- ti. il I up it tne G.'V. '.I'li.tit jeer it T.oc'ivk ' and r. nam, d tl.te for tif'v in Mite j The Gov emmt :it win e operator it , Port Tott.n got in . ommunlcatioii w.th tie vessel and aked wh.n the ttotnlr w.i ilia i ommonvv e ilth arweied ti-rs.lv. "Pint interfere' The authori ties at the fort then ert th- guard ,bvv n io tne per, nut til- oiticer or the sle mi - ! boat paid no attention to lvs hi.l-e ,t ; '. k- the boat e..t off i,ei lin I an, ,.nt ahead on her w i up the .o-n:. vt th, Pa. I Hi..- 1.,,,.. ,,-er it w.i .,id U' n'-eUl ihu '"onwealth H.i.l some engine troume an,t : eii up at t .in Tott.-n lint 1 tin- d lli.u.tv wa- temed'id ' - - - iirrn Dirvc nniirw e.rxt uttt-m I iTtTn Dttvc nnurv rrv Armt -u..s. U"" .1 x.i-.-, .11.UL.I. I I ii JJiirle In Itelli e.l rm s Oltlcer .Mai He erlons. ' W Sll I X. Tos ii 30 lb g -G ii t ,'t i ed ' I V. ,i s New Y , k ai. I Ch.i: ! - .1 VI'.. I S V old w ...s ,.l I d-w -, 1 11'' ii i 'I '1 ' I. ' tl I I 'I '1 - 1. 1 - tl 1 1 , , iiei e to., gii, , o.l lot ', ,b ,1 , n lo .1 ,in 1 't o aps et ou-'li .n.Uii , d I I an I Hid 1" i in toi pin the Gi tiir.il in hs autouii. aiel iiishi il lu ti tii Km. ,iencv Ho. m pl.t' lie re";ve. a del p , at over the letl tie. .. it i il em t'l cut about the lieiri and a t "iieii h.tkt up I'to'li the llespit i', th G'tier.ll i' t.krn hv Pro, Mi ti fe i; T.l.'ii Hole'. wlire two pip, at.s wf;. callel 1 MURDERER'S HOPE FULFILLED. He Killed d Mini f act n rer o That iinl Xlltilit Inherit l oilniie, ? , o. r. t -n l'.l , Oct 30 S ttletr.ent of l ie Kir,' of Gen-ae i: M njli, the .inn. M i i.i ti tn iriufaetire-. e.'l.o vxa niur lii'ied bv W II'. I'll V I'o i of Sto, kton, in I ! Vope t ,at II' aunt. M.ss o.phi Maih. ni'.g.it conn Into lm't'.e.l'ato i ,..cM.in of th pi..pert. his been n '.i-ged. o fu sip,,..;,,,,, ,,.onerty Is loiicetned j M j iirpei Mush ' to r.cclv. 'h.' i,,,; , ,,. , ,., r.i ,t,.. valued at tlfiomvo bull .-' I' ie 111: . t a'- .ut s3n nno I METHODIST GET A CAPITOL. 1 I iilieldli Not seetarliin. Holes OU- j minima i oui l. I II Ii i r ' ' IV I " ." I 1." ..1. Ill- ,,,list liuv.isll' of OI.I lllotni. X' w Mex. 'bo and T x.i is intltl.-d to permiiuent J ownersh p of tin foimer state cap'tol , upon the p.ivin.rii of M pun base price, ! iiccoidiug to ait opinion tii-ilav b.v Pistrlct j tudg.' Huston flcr tho vote was takn itijutullon tn o, eeiline weio startnl to luevint the diliveiv of the died, on the ground that the State I'linstltiltion provides that pub lic money and piopett.v cannot In donated I dire ti or Indirectly to a sectirl.in in- , stilutu Judge Huston held the M'thodist I'll v rttv not sectaiuui, be aiise It is open to all classes and to niembeis of nil rhui'. his u nd (eta. PRICE TWO CENTS. Mi l. lleiii'sii.v Kndenee nml Xoi ;i Sinirle Siilts(;ni. tial Cliarce. MeCALL .NOT MKXTIo.VKU Dow liny n: 1.0(10 Xote Pastil in iriliiiar I.eiral Praetiee. TKLI.S OF SMALL DUALS Xaiiipv (liven in Storie. of l'.i. nieiit for Minor State .IoIn. No I H m; ac.m.ns T .11 i(,jv0 ,, rluirui' Tllill II Ilpl" HIT Court .Voiiiiii.-ition W.-i I'liicliaspii. I A .. . i wi.,. has read tlo I. . jw.,., n John Hinnessy has . , I , i'i.-ii,iiirn;i ai n, pul.iic appi.i. but who hs n connect io-. w. 'i , (e side in the c,,tjoet. and wh. k to be er.tite.v w thout b a in th. matte Informs Tm- Sis- that the M iw " fi slon. as recorded b W .t sUn I te. taphmic. is an entirel.v -in.-. u . fa.t ami l list Milwe,! had no , es , to make or at ast m,,e ,.. , It ,. known ai,. that the diti.up .. ii'io-u iiuniisried vcsicrriav iri I'm is all that the Purns agen, v h.. w 'i -i option of about fourteen agi wlu.h is s,t down the talk btw..', H, nessv n,l Stilwell on August sx .'a; aftir th- rnvctsagt-Amot) -M iw. .. Tin: mvs Informant savs t - .ei,. i t', t a substantial ilurgc m tn, Ulack Hook and that co-tvh..r'- . e' some ,,f the allegation. in it ...n,,,.- p secured. If t all. except b.v tlie nmt .iiduou effort. Milwell know nothing, iivordt-g o the lila.K link, km! never ha.i .1 ,.f dealing with anv of th. p,.ip ,. v ., ni'ght have sent ..ut order e,.r Ifji.'Ht .is lo xote .rrtain vvv (. ,!,', w.th int. rmcd.at les who w.rc .a-, ' to disguise the.r operation, her.,.. 1., , ., ,,f. fer I'othi.g but liearsa.i iinien.. o tllllle. n. WbllniHli. ! - : ' Vtf -., . i trn.i led til. Hla -k I'.o.ik vist.-d.v ,s ..' , v i ! ' !. ilou' inun.-.i , . i; , , '' v : on , a matt- - i , . v otni.ni as slant h ,, , , ;et..l.i: ,o,i;l mi ,if t , , , . ti . lnfo'in-.t.oi, ii ti . h n -i i. i , j. i Ca.ef .Mag !-.i:,- M.-Ado -..1, A , v h . h is t,ie h.isls fo- t!v pi... ,-,1 -i. dot w In h Mi llcin. j iv'd ;.f',f. ! n'leriiooti iinji a ubp.ena When ll.unesv wnt to s i-j s -Ain.il! ;'0 he carried In i s .. signed pa: don for Sf'iv.i' if. .;.r 1 p. ,,,' j,i "i,,. , ,. j ,,, . tl, l-'n,,n' i ,,i,t. n,,,. p, Gov Sul-n lbit i.xot ,.., ;,,;,, .m'p. t'(1 I H.IK..1 ut 111.- l-ist nnmit. -n. d I ll f" . to , M s ,1 ,. tl- t 1 Ii, ,. nesv th.t he would sign . atb i . :s ... "g've up I'll thing as long is In ,i n- de ' l-lltl w ,,ls 'Give til" 'lia' pai'do i." h. s.i d ". . es ami I. t n e v,et ui .. i'id '".en '. il in, i el. ase 10 . t w . e- ojt .I. ,,f hei c I ll do anv . s v o i k, . bi.l t oi i lund until Ih. n lt s .i d tli.it M: lletn , -si i s plclous of I ,u, , ,,n,,,, t. ... ee to h. op, -s.i I .it,. I I Ii , i , , .v i . , M tt'V e ', fl Si c S." g . ,v .ill tlie pardon s'iII .1, I - p .. 'll Ii i l to'. I li'in 1 1' it 1 e' .p I l ...v ai .1 th it he u.i'i 1 1'iiinj 1 . - . i 1 1 he km v. nil 1 he was n, . M I Ml 1.1 X Ciplnlne.l. 'I Ii. fo:,' f,o v t t.iM'ii hIi 1 ' 1 Hemp aid w.i given lo , . , .lilsli.e of 1 1; Supteiii t'oni' .it-- -i h- got h-s ii.nniti ition was ., 1 .... c v ,1 lo Justice Vi. tor A Povila.i. r ' not.. p,ed fiotu .linlge v.iwl ng : , . nt 01 tl, couts.' of ontiriarv P. . 1 cos V man who ,iw ir et'i,i,. 1 !. wa given mailv two . ... 1. 1 . Judge P, iwlini: v:i i.onuniite.l i w .1 i he was a Pl.i.'tis.ng lawvei 111 .. 01 it cit Th's man also s,, thai tlf t wa 1.0 i nssible or conceiv ablti cot,, ' ' be .w.tti th, note and Just'. - ji.n ,. iiotinuatio, ar.d tint "the coni'. . t lieu ticssy gave th- two 1 icn ws loo ..I - 1 : to 1 onldei' Helc are sonui of the 1 hi " ; - , 1 Ii" found ill tho Blink Hook w'.i till now f. 11110, is volume In made pub': . i, -r to-day or to-morrow lieu s.iv T lib iiio w ill be pio.i : e 1 tl .1 a n it nn New Vm!; fit Senato g' ' S ") lor his iot" en 11 certain m. ut . Pilots the l.offlsl.ituii Stilwell told John . llerir.-"sv r ',-n Gov.nii'!- Sulzer's tnvi stic it i' vinted him In Sun: Sing on aumi-i 1 thai in-other Senator brought ' 1 110m Chillies P. Murphy fot hint iSnliee.1i to vote "r.gbt" 011 tho Yard-lit h'v b 1 pin vidir.g for tho lon-iruition of 1 tioi-ce lino 11I0111; the Hostou post tool 111 Wist Chester county. "Ulght" was in lavoi of the bill, which was Mtbscqip nil" vc i-ed by Stilzi-r and which th" ex Govt 1 -u cbiitai termed yesterday as a 'mill, on ilu,. lar steal " Stilwell told Heupessy tlint Iniuci. war In ought on icrtiiln S nators to h.ivi il m vole "I'shf oil tile Uroliv coiiniv I i l Such as did were to bo rewudid n e.uli w is to fict his "hit " 1-ioT (o t to fifty nun. jt we .. tnu tiotnsl hi St.lwel' w 1 -'a' up ' h 10 'I' ' all nf Ih n. Ii id pi " lbs organ, r.at 1111 in lituin toi lieu