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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1897, New York, New York the News That's Fit to THE The for for city and vicinity are bly and tu oath 1857, BY TBB NEW YORK TIMES VOL. NEW OCTOBER 19, 1897.-TWELVE PRICE THREE THE NEWS Stock market No. U cash cotton U Tlie London afternoon papers cummin il to congratulate the Government upon disposing of the bimetallic be in It thought that the defeat of proposals of the American Monetary Ls complete and The t-e of the Indian army upon the headquarters of the will be begun It la expected that Pass will be stormed Several thousand tribesmen have already been dis- The Greek and Ottoman appointed 10 negotiate a of peace between their re- nations mm In Loid Salisbury denies the story published In Dally Chronicle of London thai the Premier was anxious to Page 3. Page 1. Il Is reported from Matanzas that Ihe butter elements In the Island are the Idea of tion United Il Is thought many that Iho Party Is not strong enough to maintain the of the Ibland In a way that protection to life and Secretary of State yesterday over- ruled the objections of the Democratic Committee to the of the Limed racy nominating a candidate for Chli f Judge of the Court of nnd the Democrats thereupon from his to Justice D. Cady rlck ut the Supreme who reversed It. a. Tile National Municipal League has an in favor of the election of tieth Low as Mayor of New of to 1 against 1 against and 0 lo against George offered by broken on commission Ch yesterday denied 1" u statement lhat he made an offer to Henry George in In behalf of Hall to Induce him to draw from the Mayoralty Ur said yesterday that It was his opinion that Van Wjck would receive not a plurality but n majority of the for Mr Sheehan said it registration figures were very to the Democratic The held a meeting at tin Brooklyn of Music last i Helmont was the pal were- passed In- and county tickets Henry George cheered during the John C Sheehan Issued a statement d to counteract the ol with un m The In H hii n he lb as Mr lor the Mr to an Inter- A in Tlu St Louis K I.e ihal l' l mli to on the I. situation m NI H Yolk Just i mali tu I b of I ill di al Justice d will Lo heald Ihe Mile 1 01 Court mi i of the colored n ol CM New Yoik l III Mi for 1 alt-r d disi di to t n tii mil .is a b 1< nt h inn o lo n i i I moil in all ol them .in limn til till II I to i i All Din i toi ni tlu hih to of tlie of the In Ihe ul the Yuik w 1-- run bv an and Avenue i men detailed lo Mill lion to s to which hud n d In tins seats Weie loi J IT pupils he home with at ihe close 5. Collector and Croft have s ni a lepi en of alleged to in In by a alarm winch i .Lt the home of but no ot a waa tound The of the City Court wero to adjourn for the became ii palling the had anj 110 Others had IThe Trustees of the Snug Harbor the H. D. of the Harbor Hospital Di It. A de- will Thrie of the lour lepers who were said lo have Horn North Island are l: In the 01111111- One of Philip Si makes charges the on North brother lie sayu that the lepers were the and bidden to Superintendent Murphy of ho will put to the the question whether thv Health Department can refrain from action lunching thu presence of the lepers In the Nelson the phrenologist and died at hlv home In Brooklyn In his services for Charles A. Dana will be held ut Paul's Glen L. at 11-13 A. M. of John Ken the popular and took place from the family residi IK e. 4L' Second yesterday alii and was by a large number of prominent The Interment was in The Men's Association Is considering a of having fraudulent debtors evening classes of the Now York Trade School began work laat night with 200 In trial of Minnie suit against Henry C. Miner for damages for aliened breach of contract was con- Them will bo a hearing before the General Appraisers on the proposed destruction of pounds of Imported Chinese lean for which no provision Is made in the tariff lobs on tho Bradley Currier Company which was burned Is now at something over 4200.000. Tho building and contents are almost a total Investigation Is In progress of Capt. Chapman's action In tho matter of a quarrel between two which may result In charges preferred against him taking of was begun by rogate In the contest by relatives of the will of Mary who left ah of her valued at to Stockholders of the American Grocery Com- through mado application to Chancellor In Jersey for the appointment of a receiver for the Decision was at Hotels and Out-of-Town era of the 4. Business Troubles Page 9. Marine The United 4. and 7 yesterday's Page 10 egal Page 10. DAYTON TAMMANY Warns the People Against lishing in Greater New OUR CIVIC LIBERTY IMPERILED Henry George Introduces the master and Turns the Big Bally in Terrace Garden Over to plauded Charles W. Dayton received a magnificent welcome at Terrace Garden last night at the hands of It was a Dayton Mr. George graced It with his presence and with a short Introducing the candidate for Con- troller on his But outside of this thr was virtually an enthusiastic reception to Mr. As It was Mr. Dayton's first serious speech In thu It was generally ex- that he would have something to say of Tammany Hall and his own former relations with that In this respect no one was The hall and gallery were crowded with men and a few who came early and did not until Mr. Dayton been heard to was hia sub- and every reference to the Tammany leader received with a storm of At times the or cheers swelled Into There was no doubt as to the spirit of the or that Mr. Dai ton touched Its sympathies and con- at almost Mr George was also but ho turned over his share In tho meeting to Mr. Shortly before the latter concluded Mr. Georgo withdrew ly and left the It was reported after- ward thai he was feeling badly and had gone home as soon as he could do so con- Tom L. Johnson of Ohio sat In a retired spot In the close to a pillar and almost concealed behind some He started when a reporter asked him If Mr. George was to The audience was orderly and thoroughly in of Not a cry tor any other candidate was Presence uf the doors were opened Ihe Com- on distributed This consisted of a dec- ot principles of the Democracy 01 Thomas and leaves with a Hung It suddenly discovered that some enemy sowing tares In tho George wheat scattering leaflet copies of an candidate of tho ot Thomas The did not get a chance lei The outside ami before the ihe watchful eje of a member ot the detected the secret enemy as lu nd of the batch of which he had also carefully laid on The enemy was and committee picked up the gathered It In tin I weic inst canning It up the lo he to the flames In the when the emd eral to of their I IS Our pamphlets art on the cried belong to the aud lo burn met ting was called to order by E. on who lie Short As Mi. came forward loud broke from the and a proposal lor three cheers for Henry was complied Whut Is the matter with brought back hundreds of all Is our next Si ay or was the next question by several In the 11 Henry came back In ouj tones troni a thousand Tht n cheero proposed for Mr. and the hall with silence was Mr George put on hib spectacles and began talking In m. asm i ho I inn come to open our In tills part of the You know well for what we We stand opposed to bosses and rings We stand for the De- of for the De- of our for the i en the its Inc ami for the place on the ticket which I represent My principles you For the eleven years since I ran for Mayor I have lived here and I am well known So It to make any prote stallons 01 on my part. ticket Is Mr ton's clivers and He known to all as a ocrat of the better and truer as a public who In a public position has filled the who has more friends among the Democracy of this than any other who joins with us In sion to the principles of Thomas Jefferson and in the hatred of one-man Croker a Heal I represent much that Mr. Dayton does I ask of him no allegiance to me. We Joined on the common the the rule of the and not the absolute rule of the man who comes from England and who Is or has I think his Is much the Earl of New Yoik as though he were belted one hundred a man who by claiming and controlling the machine ring of the Democratic Party has imposed his power on this city as though he were an autocrat and who has earned his title of What we stand for Is an effort to break down this absolute power so that the should bo for the Tho third man on the Jerry O'Neill tlie candidate for President of the Is a man whom you also He has been known to me for eleven and I admire his singleness of and and If he Is elected he will do all that is expected of Now I wish to yield the platform to Mr a man of ex- a man who represents the con- servative element of this combination a man who hns served you well and who will serve you well again Dayton on Mr. was received with warm plause that lasted for several He spoke as It hog been said by my good friends In Tammany that my position In this Is ono of that I am dis- gruntled and They hod built up for they a splendid career If I would only bow down to That I have never and will never My recognition of the true duties of citizenship and my ence for the Almighty would never have permitted It. The real problem before you Is who shall who shall rule this great Tho magnitude of the Interests Involved In the problem has never been equaled by any similar crisis In any other great As a I naturally love and It waa my desire and earnest hope that this campaign should be conducted on Democratic ples under the nominee of a true cratic and as a Democrat thy of such a At one time there was a good prospect lhat that would Dut the man In evil hour of the Democratic lied to other came looking after something more for In this campaign I do not Intend to say a single word against any man's private Beneath tie critic's cloak I wear no knife to stab the private life of any but in a groat metropolis ILko any man who Seeks to away the destinies of hla farty yields himself to all Just I as a believer In De- that the of the cratic Party should have been a free and open Democratic Convention I tell what you already that to call tho convention that met la Grand Central Palace a Democratic convention Is In the dark re- cesses of client with two or three present at was given out the mandate of a single That was the method of tho nomination of every And when those 000 with their COO met In Grand Central Palace to vote they did not know who was to be their candidate until they heard his namo from those to whom the mandate had been one confiding citizen from Kings to question the right of the leader to vote for with the swiftness of well-trained diers they silenced his as If he had been an enemy Instead of a An Upon Unman I shall say nothing against those but were they as pure as angels who had never visited this earth I should denounce their candidacy as an out- rage upon human Inasmuch as they were placed before the people In that I must argue from tho manner of their candidacy that be they over so they will bo none the less the creatures of the organization after they lire elected than they were It has been said that the distinguished Mr. Croker asked gentleman this gentleman had called upon Croker to suggest the name of a for Mr. after looking upon this suppliant with becoming In whom you place most the man who gested the nomination or tho man from whom suggestion the humble petitioner the man who really suggests the nomination would ably the friendship of the man Mr. You are good The system of Tammany vnder the administration of Mr. Is based upon the system suggested by Mr. Croker so that when committees and con- meet they simply record the will of that You heard the amusing story told Just before the tion that Mr. Croker had yielded his lowers to who would henceforth govern Tammany though sustained by a number of organizations in that con- simply quailed before the glaring eye of Croker and was He and the other leaders simply were overcome and carried out the wishes of Stand Between City and I mention these facts merely because they arc pertinent to what I have to This city Is soon to be governed under Its new and we should carefully con- sider whether or not It should be turned over to a man hissing and cries of In the Mayor and the acting will hold In their hands for years the destiny of this so far as Us credit and financial honor are I think I know Henry George and I think I understand I say in all that the personal of Mr. George and of myself H terly lost sight of in this and tumultuous When my friends In Tammany Hall speak of me as a disgruntled candidate let me tay that the charge passes by me as the Idlo Nothing can be said against me by these men that will provoke from me a single From this moment I appeal to Democrats everywhere to stand between their City Government and If the labor vote of New York shall to place In power In the Greater New let me say the laborers now are to the district will be doubly slaves are hundreds of men In this hall to-night who know I speak the truth when I say that on the surface railroads laborers can get employment only bv the knee to the district of Place In power and you place a chain about the neck of the laborer from which ho cannot escape If ho dare to at- tempt to assert his Independence and I appeal to you as American citizens to resist this thraldom of Croker Resist It In the Interest of your freedom of your manhood and of the privilege to earn your dally plause and Form of Government Thomas Jefferson expressed the spirit of the revolutionists when he wrote tho ration of and plai ed among the protests against the usurpation of tin that the King had altered the mental forms of our I want to ask you If is not seeking to alter the forms of our Where will our liberties be In tho voice of the citizen Is Shall U continue In the Greater New York as It has started In the Democratic one man can rise In a convention and cast tho voles of 2.000.000 What will come of the liberties of the people If that Is allowed to go It Is for this that I appeal to you In the spirit of patriotism and of As you love your homes and hope to enjoy erty In this which Is to be great and will you not avoid the and the sorrow of turning over this city to or anything like applause and cries of I Take My Stand In I take my stand In The great corporations of this city are afraid of ker are hundreds of business men who fear In tho hearts of these corporations and of these men there Is an underlying resistance and hate of but fear forbids them to speak Is It not a shame that In this nineteenth cent- ury such a statement can be truly When so humble a man as myself takes this some of my friends shrug their and Don't go Into that rible war against that terrible But I appeal to the people of my native and say to men of all political that every particle of my every fibre of my every motion 01 my Is devoted to what I regard as the holy cause of the liberty of the In- dividual In matters of political rights applause and and calls of three cheers for Mr. George sat on the platform a little to Mr. Dayton's and frequently plauded his when he ured the power of Croker In tho Grand Central Palace Charles Frederic Adams and John S Crosby of Kansas City also for Tho Henry George Women's Mo. 1. Mrs. John S. Crosby held a mass meeting at 257 East Houston Street last Mrs. S. W. McDannold made a speech i f of George's and spoke against boss Dr. R. S. Law of who has for nineteen years been u personal friend of Henry spoke warmly In his He said that he had bton all over the and never yet hau he met a man who was George's equal in any There never had been his equal on this green Abraham Lincoln was small beside Other speakers were the Rev. Dr. way and G. M. made a strong plea against giving away municipal Hank Oct. City Bank of Sherman closed Its doors this and after a meeting the Directors decided to make an Cashier Hall says the bank has assets of four to one of Ho snys tho bank's Indebtedness Is and assets A for a re- has been filed by H. C. a October On draught nearly UNITED DEMOCRACY BEATEN Justice D. Cady Herrick Says Its Nominee Has No Right on the State SECRETARY PALMER REVERSED He Had Previously That the Nominating Petition Was In Com- the Requirements of the Election Oct. noon to-day tary of State Palmer rendered a overruling the objections of the Democratic State Committee to the petition of the United Democracy nominating a candidate for Chief Judge of the Court uf As a matter of a similar decision was given as to the substitution of Lawrence J. for Charles F. Adams aa the candidate of Ihe United Democracy for that The Democrats thereupon pealed by Injunction proceedings to Justice D. Cady Herrick of the Supreme who reversed the decision of the Secretary of I Secretary In his It was claimed that many of the sub- scribers to the certificates represented the names of members of thG Republican upon the statements and proofs presented to I presume such la the Assuming that lo be I cording to my understanding of the that it does not Invalidate the The statutes require the certificates to be subscribed by the number of voters and and the face of said duly authenticated by shows a substantial and ample obedience to the I do not think mat I havo any right to Inquire as to the or political predilections of the We have reached on era when every citizen stands nearer to the typ of an Independent er than ever and no one knows that electors who voted the Republican ticket last year will vote the same this I think that the certificates aie In ance with the statutes and the provisions of the election I have personally and carefully examined the certificates Hied In this office by the United and listened to the arguments of counsel for and against the filing of tho and the technical objections raised to should In my be lowed to defeat the will of the i number of The Injunction Within an after tlie decision was a temporary granted by Justice D. Cady of the Supremo was served upon the Secretary of restraining him certifying to County Clerks the nomination of any date for Chief of tho Court of peals by the United Democracy until the gality of the petition for the same had been determined by the The order was at 3 o'clock this afternoon before Justice Herrick Before the hour for hearing arrived word was received that Mr. the substituted follow ing the ex- ample of Mr. withdrawn his name from the It was that the election law makes no provisions for such n. and that In the event of the court deciding the certificate Mr. name would go under the United Democracy emblem despite his At o'clock Justice Herrick gave a all the counsel Including a from the Attorney upon the question of making permanent the temporary Injunction re- straining the Secretary of State from Ing the United nominee on the State William J. Roche of Troy the argument for the Democratic tate and James of counsel for the United and lam E. of the Attorney defended the action of tary of State The arguments were mainly In the same line as those presented to the of Slate last At o'clock to-night Justice Herrick rendered his reversing the ruling of the Secretary of Justice Herrick at o'clock to-night rendered his decision In the reversing the decision given by Secretary of State This decision of Justice Herrick Is as good as final In this as to-day the last day upon which a slay can be d in any way the ballot de- m the to County Clerks the Secretary of and not now containing any such party as the United The question can be carried to the Court of Appeals for linal determination of the legal points but the de- cision of the court cannot have any effect upon the matter of the right of the United Democracy to have a party column on the Stale ballot this Mr. one of the attorneys for thu United said to-night that no appeal would be The decision of Justice Herrick Is based upon errors In the certificates of petitions circulated In and Columbia In his opinion he says that the Secretary of Slate erred In not admitting tho evidence which was offered to show the Invalidity of the In these PARIS ASTRONOMERS The Great Yorken Shown No Evidences of Life on or About the Oct. water nor air nor vegetation nor evidence of life In any form can bo seen on the moon by the most powerful telescope ever Tho groat Yerkes telescope was trained upon tho lunar sphere last night by two of the best-known astronomers of the who are connected with the Yerkes Ob- at the time when the scientists of Paris wero agitated greatly over the dis- covery of what were believed to bo tions of and plants upon the It was the good fortune of F. L. O. one of the observatory to get the first glimpse of the moon through the E. E. Barnard was the next member of the staff to have a The it two arc In that discovered thing of Importance lo the scientific The peculiar lines and spots noted by the Parisian astronomers on the map of the lunar planisphere that Is being graphed In the Mendon Observatory were not to be seen through the Yerkes telescope There was nothing noticed additional to the astronomers had seen ex- cept an unusual amount of detail on the surface of the A PROTEST BY STONE Want No Stone In tlie State at Oct. 18.-Controller Roberts to-morrow will be served with a vigorous protest adopted to-night by the Unions throughout the State against the use of stone In the renovating of the State House cut and carved In Sing Sing No secret Is made of the fact that such Is being made use but the defense Is that It Is furnished to the State upon requisition under the new allowing State officers to use prison-made The stonecutters say a min named Hall has the nnd that the is merely shipped to Superintendent of Public Buildings as a fonti oiler Roberts Is asked to refuso payment on the The Held at Oct. schooner Donna T. the suspected arrived hero to-day from Delaware ostensibly to load oyster shells for Buzzard's but she was detained by der of Secretary and lies at her wharf a Custom House official aboard THE NEW CUBAN QUESTION Alleged Movement of Merchants Looking Toward Annexation to the United AUTONOMY NOT PRACTICABLE Schema Would Not Insure the Protection of Life and It Is ington Government May Be Asked to Act. Island of via Key Oct. business element here In Havana and elsewhere seems to have ar- rived at tho conclusion that the Madrid Government cannot end the war by ing to grant autonomy to as among tho autonomists who are loyalists there are not sufficient persons to hold of- at least that Is the claim the Spaniards In the ter express the belief that the even If they were placed In would not be able to preserve peace and protect life and property from the lawless In view of this state of a number of Important merchants and sugar planters of Spanish In conjunction with eral Cubans of have been Ing secret meetings and have been with persons In various parts of the Island with the object of ascertaining the views of the commercial and planting communities In del and Santa Clara as to the future for Cuba most likely to further their Inter- ests and thoso of the Island In It Is expected that the majority of the replies received will be to advocating the annexation of Cuba to the United as tho American Government Is able to guarantee peace In and the protection of life and As soon as It Is ascertained thai the sentiment of the persons appealed to Is In lavor of an- a committee will be sent to the United States with Instructions to lay the case of Cuba clearly before business men of prominence In the United States and ask tho latter to unite with the business men of Cuba In a. petition to the American asking the United in view of tho failure of the Conservatives to press the Insurrection force of and pointing out the impossibility of the als ending the war by establishing an lorm of to bring about the annexation of Cuba to the United Plan The plan of Seilor the new ish to give autonomy to far from giving satisfaction has greatly the feeling of discontent The Autonomist It Is pointed exists only In the actual majority of the autonomists being in tho insurgent witli the exception possibly of Montoro and a few other prominent the manges of that party are in sympathy with the It will be the Spanish which has consulted toro on the Is finding great culty In obtaining even tlie suggestion of names ot to fill under an autonomist form of It would be It Is to give such to the party known as the Re- as tho more influential Spaniards hate and the adoption of such a policy would possibly mean and even the masses of the resident Spaniards are strongly and there Is or no prospect of making them change their of tlie 1'renn. Among the newspapers here there Is con- difference of opinion as to the policy which should be adopted by Spain toward El de la In an sustained the policy of and credited Sagasta with Inaugurating while urging the Reformist Party to adopt It. El organ of the Autonomist In held that the autonomist policy favored by Sagasta was what the autonomists In Cuba had been advocating for the last nineteen and re- the Premier could not be credited with having inaugurated At the same 151 Pais Intimated that Seilor was really only following In this tion the policy adopted by the late Premier Canovas del and that the Cubans were therefore more Indebted to Castillo than to Sagasta In this La In an asserted that no party had more right to inaugurate autonomy than the autonomists who had advocated and defended the policy of autonomy for nineteen and wro had remained firm in their con- In spite of preferring complete disappearance to supporting the insurgents If the latter La Lucha also protested against the ists being allowed to take a hand In the autonomist government of Insisting that the loyal autonomists and atives should alone have this of The Conservatives are well aware that the Insurgents will not accept autonomy as the basis of and they also claim It IB absurd for the Government ut Madrid even to suggest the establishment of an form of government before tho re- bellion is suppressed by force of In- even the autonomists though pretending lo be have been heard to remark that they are not favorable to the Idea of attempting to Im- pose autonomy upon the because tho leaders of the on account of their great Influence among the are tain to wipe out the fower and Influence of the autonomists and establish sooner or later a Government entirely upon the Insurgent The City of one ot the most Im- In the Province of Santiago de has been quietly abandoned Its In- habitants as a to fearing a at Bayamo of the In- surgent raid upon Victoria de las The recent release of large numbers of political prisoners from the different ish penal settlements was due to the disgust experienced In certain Spanish circles here at the extreme severity exercised toward hut It Is rot believed that the Spanish Government Intends to grunt general III In Oct. the Is 111 and confined to hla Weyler to Sail for Home on Oct. 30. Oct. Gen. Weyler will sail for Spain on Oct. 30, by the steamer Monserrat He will be by General the Marquis Gen. his of Col. hia Start Engineer Engineer Engineer Major of the Jols of the Merry of Ihe and the of the Marquis Capt. Count Capt. Capt. and Lieut. Surrender of Lieut. Oct. Spanish com- mander at Province of del announces the surrender there of Lieut. Carlos an Insurgent who formerly belonged to the Insurgent force commanded by Gen. Rlus and tho son of the French Consul at It U officially announced that during tho skirmishing yesterday between tho ment troops and the Insurgents In various places the latter lost four officers and ona men to at Pur In. Tho Queen Regent has confirmed Leon Castillo as Ambassador lo It was recently an- that Castillo had been re- and that the Duko of Manilas wus to replace WINDSOR'S GREAT of TITO Found In the Three Intact In the N. 8., Oct. until this morning was the completo loss to this town by yesterday's In all tho district only tho Court Custom and Hotel stand The blackened and charred skeletons of two persons were found to-day near the ruins of a house on St. Annus proved to be the remains of Patrick Kelly and his an old Thus far they are the only two supposed to have lost their Conservative estimates place the Insurance at not more than 30 per of the CONDITIONS IN Report of United a Scarcity of Food Thin Oct. P. H. Hay of the Eighth United States In- who was sent with Lieut. son to explore the Yukon and muke a full report to the War Department con- supplies need for Is now at Fort miles from St. He hus little If of getting out of tho Yukon this his doff which were forwarded to him from St. Michael on the steamer May being delayed at The May Webt will bo frozen In at that point without A dog toam numbering an- imals Is on the May At Fort Yukon Capt. Lieut. Mint Statistician G. and uty Collector Smith signed a ment concerning the situation on the which IH in part as The river with passengers tnd lor It absolutely Im- possible to cress the main four above this and soundings ex- aminations of other in Hie vicinity chow that of them is available for steamboat Those u ho uio contemplating a return to St. Michael Winter will encounter tho fact that while there Is an abundant supply of provisions ai that there arc not buildings to shelter tho people already There Is no lumber available for and Is no climate Is very the ter gales being exceedingly so It Is out of the question for men to live In tents In that There arc already more people nt St. Michael than can be propel ly cared At Fort Yukon and vicinity there Is a certain amount of which will be for and considerable more la expected on the ami her There Is plenty of wood for ing and also for A larger ply of provisions IH at Fort Yukon than at any other point on tho At Creek have been and a Ing station has been It Is b ild that of persons will Winter and so far not enough food has been landed for lhat LOW SPEAKS IN BROOKLYN IN Suud from to 810O a Hock 0575 a Oct. 18.-The gold mining excitement Is dally increasing In Saratoga It Is stated Gold Mining and Milling of which William W. Worden Is the principal has developed from sand gold has assayed from to per Col. Albert B. Hilton of New York it Is has had assayed In Woodlawn Park gold-bearing rock at per It Is understood that Col. Hilton will begin ive mining operations at Woodlawn Park before To-day gold mining was begun In field by a syndicate of New sented by Benjamin M. min and Noe Turned from tlie N. Oct. a confectioner of this who dis- appeared from here last returned He was ono of many argonauts en route for the Klondike who lost his and utensils at Sheep's Sept. when a killed nine He had money enough with him to return In company with four other members of hla party he succeeded In ging to within miles of tho Klondike gold fields pounds of To Yukon by Oct. party of sixteen prospective gold under thu leadership of Howard Blackburn of this set out for tho Yukon region this evening In tho schooner E. Tho Phillips Is of 00.40 and was built In Essex In Provisions for the party for twenty-two months have been taken on as well as a steam Is made In On reaching San tho Captain will telegraph their and four other miners will leave here and join the THE local be founi at uu tap of thit pane lo He of Uie Tho barometer has risen slowly on the South Atlantic and Bast Gulf coasts and north of It fallen generally over the central valleys and lako Tho barometer continues relatively low over the Gulf of but the conditions are less threatening than they were at tho morning Winds continue brisk to high along the South Atlantic at- tended bv heavy Showers are reported from the East Gulf States and from the but tho weather Is generally cooler In the and Ohio New the Middle Atlantic It Is In the East Gulf and South Atlantic States and warmer Fair and warmer weather will prevail from New England and Middle westward to the Ohio and brisk to high northeasterly winds are Indicated for the South Atlantic and Kast Gulf The record of temperature for Iho four hours nt taken from TUB NEW YORK and from the thermometer of the Weather la 03 Bureau 1S1K] 3 A. 0 A. 9 A. 12 4 P. P. 12 P. 12 42 4.'. 40 4.'. 41 thermometer Is feet above the of Ihe Weather reau Is 285 feet above the street Average temperatures yesterday were as Printing House Weather Corresponding date 185K5.................40 Corresponding date for last twenty years The maximum yesterday was CO at 4 P. M. The minimum was 40 at 5 A. M. The humidity at 8 A M. was and ut 8 Pv M. 07. Large Audiences Cheer Him at Meetings in Democratic and Republican DR. CUYLER AGAINST BOSSISM He Tells on Enthusiastic Gathering at the Criterion What tha Union Stands Mr. Low on the Issues of the Both Low at four In Brooklyn last In tho nnd Seventh In each he was received by largo and In three of them by that were distinctly The first meeting was at Masonic Grand and almost in Ihe middle of one of the banner of There the hall with men hid waited until Mr. Low entered tho and who left the hall with him and cheered his riage for The meeting wus called to order by I. S. who Introduced K. Piper aa the permanent Mi. Piper among other This a most Its largely depend the mi cess or of the experiment In cipal government ever undi MIKC tho world This contest not only decido who administer the nt of the glunt that comes Into existence on 1 nexi for the four yearn of Us but It Ji the more Important question wo In future carry out Siato Constitution In of divorcing State and National from pure- ly local matins upon which all municipal elections should In I firmly believe and 1 think that you will with me. that If we do not Intend to curry out this principle at thH time we will not at any future and that may as dgf as Inst th. i1 our groat and for i i d In platforms of all Ii anil im re 1 1 to gain s and obtain control for our In point of f th it e don't heimc ut all tun to be slaves uf fon Ign and t ike our orders Albany and whin wn don't I tin ill rictly nnd r h fiom of i or tin ind aie but bossi s and when a 1< s a a he wiltis tho enemy of his parly and of aro a or a Mugwump or if uf a lover of nt and and homo ion e in lint one stand In and th it N to with ami for nnd Ip Soth Low as the Mayor of Gn aler New York Mr ai Mr nnd It That no Introduction noi d- for e had HMII to crowd n ho In with him an 1 had drowned the ut Mi. 1'ipii a bs with their e e Mr among longer this campion the more sure I un that the HIM lor which I Is the people's i HIM In its 1 think it Is a con- test for very imv of home rule I nail the other day I daio saw In the what Mr. Croker Ii id In to Mr. Mr you Is out In LJUM T Hall and Mr. comment upon his attitude was thai In- hid lo Washington lo ask for Mr appointment an i Mr lon thought him goo 1 Ii in- as 1 did not see IH to him nominated for Justice of the Supremo or it ton now I am a very bad man I quote the statement as nearly run from memory In ord. r to you tho of that I did nut see fit to him for Justice of the Court That w interview which I aeon corn i ted There Ii the i 1 Urn on the part of the ono man to and to unmake Ihe candidate of Do you call homo ruli I MI t It of tho kind the power Is and hn names or refuses to namo lids or that of- If you olo -I candidates of Tammany you really have got one man re- sponsible for every Is that the of government that n w intv h. n It a of the New 1 don't think th it K we want Tlu n if von look on Hie r of Iho wo and Ohio I don't know what lure to tell us who tho people of Ni w for for telling wi ought to elect our ml oilier of some effect It us going to out in or or In Ohio that home It doi to mo II In other words tin Isn't any at all In home mlo written down In the charier we have homo ruli In the of the p< ople who are lo put charter In as I understand It and ruli n quires at the hands of Ihe ople of Ni w York at the sent time thu tin v shall i elect their omreis for ono Millie and that for the of us good a Government fin the City of New York us know how lo make ind I think placed In SIK h a n blo position as tint of for will do better wink if In .No to do but govern the well than If he is to bo to some In connection with the of tho city It a very thing to Major of a great and all the thu comes upon frum and to walk In a pith of fairings to all and with of none Hut tho man who trios to do that with Homebody or some itti to draw him one side all time lias gol a harder task to ARE YOU 171 Fifth 22U and Adv. I grant that u man In Mayor's may be able lo but I sincerely lhat huch a Mayor's would have to conti nd the the of lerm these organizations If he wants to do work for tne city Now I don't that Is more exhausting to i to be i lo contend his and o at what dH i such n nun if ho c. pt tlie nomination of the and been by the on tli u Is ho to it all times tho di of Hi it when il r to the i i f I'm demands do njn lo It ly n Kvery man lias In public e knows that The knows lhat because In Ii is n enter into dilTon lit and plav with tlie work which ought to bo done from di I nt rofon I think the i IU lias a Ix r i i Iji Ing well other being i by s who i omo fore Iho as the i upon our tit owe no to but to the jf the of N. w York won't throw oft our responsibility upon but we will im- to and to It. What right we to expect good from Tammany I Judged by Its we any right ut They had upon Iho statute
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