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   New York World (Newspaper) - April 28, 1887, New York, New York                                WORLD AVERAGE SUNDAY CIRCULATION During 1885 During 1886 During 1887 12 AT A CIRCULATION FEBH HUHB1 5J9U73 DAVENPORT A WEDDING WHICH UNITES TWO PROMI NENT POLITICAL 7lie DuUBliler or Gcnrjto Shnrpe Becomes IL nnil la In Her Fathers llouno nt Itluny ONI Now Yorkers Assist at the Drcsaoa of tho fFPKCIAL TO THE April political and that have for a number of years united the Houses of Davenport and Sharpe were strength ened today by H wedding Miss Ljithariue Lawrence daughter of George wa3 married to Congressman Ira Although be Is otherwise known to Sharpe Is specially noted for the laws of parliamentary procedure more closely at ills fingertips than probably any oilier man who has recently presided over llio Assembly aa and Daven though a figures most prominently In public recollection aa the man who unsuccessfully ran against David 11111 for Governor of tula Hardly anything more nn romuntic could be introduced Into a wedding ceremony than considerations of Itfl political ex aud ycc there arc unpoctlo souls hero that wlnK tlie eye of and in a matter offact way speculate as to the political possibilities oS tho To bo sure there Is no one who would hint that U was not In itself a love Too much respect Is accorded to both bride and bridegroom for Still there are not a few who Bay that this closer union of the two houses Is moat happy In more ways than They point to tho fact Ihut Davenport and Sharpe are both comparatively young and argue that tho political ambitious that have heretofore animated them are not by any means Tho presidency of a counly they can barely be very con genial lo his long ami lucky pub lic aud It is hinted that if III11 should go lo the White House to Congressman Davenport not bo averse to swapping Wash ington for AlUuiy with the Bui tliosc wlio thus indulge In dreamy political fancies may not lie aware ol tho manner in wlibn the present match came Uolh and Suarpo were abroad a num ber of years mid visited tho same When tlicywevo in the Assembly alterwards It waa tnnlr custom to compare notes ou tho places they had seen uutl the information they had Tliey tourdcd at the hotel In Albany and seemed to lake u lancy to each Eventually they jointly hired a house at tlie recess Davenport was Invited to Sharpcs house and soon he became such a constant visitor that one room In the Kingston mansion was known as tho Davenport The house Is one of the oldest in anil Kingston is ii very old dating back a ccntnary beyond revolutionary Near to the Generals house Is tno quaint old Senate tlie original building on tho site ol which was built by Wessel Ten of West lu aud In which in 1777 the sessions ot the State wore held from the adoption it Its ilrst in until the burning of Kingston by the of tho name Sliarpoa family lived hero pre cedlnc the but tho present house was erected in It has a more modern look than tlie houses lhat were usually built In those Its imtinulty being principally marked by Its wide and commodious marWcHoored halls und the liandsome carvings that run throughout tho From the main parlor In which the wedding re ception was held a line view of the Catsklll Jioun lains can bo It was in this same room that while on a vacation during bis first received unil shook hands with a couple ot thousand people of the Sharpe Had been on Grunts staff In tho Army of the II Is an Interesting fact that the mar riage occurred there on the anniversary of the birth of ldMit during his term oi was also a at ibis Historic tho friendship between himself und Shavpo being very Miss a niece of President was me of the bridesmaids The whole town of Kingston was agog concerning this It was one of tlioMgnest events that the ordinarily quiet town has liad a chance to enjoy for many a There a large gathering of men who are very willknown In New York City and throughout the mainly friends of Sharpe nnd Congressman The house was filled wlih relics anil roses and Jn one large room was stored away a vast quantity of pres ents that had beiia lonvurdcd to the bride from all parts of the They were not ostentatiously only a feiv of the guests being permitted to admire The ceremony tool place at SO In the afternoon lu tue historic First Dutch Church that stands close by the Sharpc residence and which Is encircled by crumbling urnvestones on which are carved In Guy man text old Kip Van Winkle Nearly the whole population gathered about the doors of the church to wltiuBB tne grand The In terior of tho cdlflco was handsomely decorated with plants and Masses of flowers were grouped at the Around the pulpit were urns and vases filled will and On the desk were banks of roses and Tne richflowering rhodo waving palms and century plants were clustered lu Thero were festoons of smllax and The bright subdued and the stained glass and added beauty to the The bridal party entered the church and passed up tho main aisle to tho muslo ol ihe Wedding March from Tho bride leaned upon the arm of her She was followed by tho The ceremony waa jicrformed by the Van pastor of tlio The service was that ot thu Episcopal The bride was dressed m white trimmed with old family point lace and adorned with She wore a veil of rlcli point lace and carried a bouquet of The bridesmaids were six In Misa Charlotte and Him of a nlcco of the wore rose color point dosprit Mtsa Susan o New and Hiss May a nteco of the late President ot irons covn color while Miss Lulu Warren nnd Helen of New The brides maids carried baskets of spring The T man was exHeuator Stephen Tito ushers were Junes Robert Hay Sevcryntt Shavne and Henry Many rich costumes were worn by the ladles airs mother of the NEW APRIL 12 Surveyor of the Port of New and wjiflam AvcriTl Y0fk and or Xew and John of Ilami Thomas Lawrence and Jliss Catherine DAKIN TEIED BY THE pt Buffalo John Davennort aiH William JinrHs arid Mr I M ANili ml Ernest ot Bath ami c D Waterman and or Detroit A reception was held between and ii oclock In the the bride nnd groom standingunder a floral arch ten feet A pretty i ml em custom consisted of the bride taking In he an antique massive silver cup bearing the coator They eo hy way ot the New York Central to They will have the use of tlie private car of President of the New York Central imthi Hudson Elver Ballroad In i few clnvS they will sail for Europe and remain abroad dnrliiB reluru WU1 A Philadelphia Social Event of flloro Tlmn Ordinary m TITK Aiirll most brilliant and largelyattended wedding which has taken place In this city lor many years was celebrated tnis eve Ing at Holy Trinity where Jilnn Welsh was married to Thomas Wunamuke Tne prominent posilions held by the families of II bride and groom nnd the great number of the own personal friends caused the church to be vei uncomfortably Tho bride Is the daughler of Samuel second son of me hue John t and has been a nodal Iavoyiu ijotn i Gcrmautown and tho cliy Tne bridcgroo Is tliu eldest son of John Wanamaker and Is graduate oj 1rluceton wuere he was popular member of the class of After ii graduation he was taken luto h lather and has shown much business NEW YORK IMPEACHJIENT RULES USED M THE MICHIGAN Tlie Accuncd prcKnilntivo Priced Hid loiiciicH nt Varying frmn 85 to S25 Frnnk Arlinoirleilccmpiit to tlio City Allurnpy of HiiR who Wanted to liot AlthouKli tlie hour act for me c u lavge number of young gi ereincjiiy wus ylrls iinil tvome gathered on the steps of Holy Trinity enure early as 30 When the doors wciv oueiu at 7 numerous carriages had brought miinvuht HOUB to the which completely blocked Hi sidewalks ou both Sevumeemh aud Walnut utrcett Ten minutes after the doors were oiiiiini with tho assistance of ushers and noliei tne Immense multitude of pionlu safely passed through tlio doom ol aud seated lu every pew not lor t families most dircctlv Tne uimnin chancel ana altar were hidden by palms aim wiili chrysanthemums and iinklm a con plete bower over tinny leut In Witii in exception of the immediate families and mends i the bridal who were iu full evening dnbn in ladles present woro ordinary ivulkiug cosiuinc were as linlllani us SMIUL are wont to When tlie hour of 8 approached the ushers wit d Illctllty forced tliclr way tlie wine tilled even the inlildiu und famii in a lilac Bilk wus escorted lo In the front und wim aud Hodman u lattern a helloirope silk and and Harrison ot ew tne uncle uu anut of the followed immediately niter At 8 oclock to the music of weddln of Wunainakcr la a inuiniicr ih ushers marched down the They were Samuel Wllliiu e loh Cuiirles Jienrj William George Lawteui ol Baliltuorc FraiiKllu Louis l John William lioblnsoi Hichard Dillon and Theue te tlomen gathered In a semicircle at tno foot oft chancel aud on the steps of the incy were followed by the bridesmaids wh were tho Misses Moili Tesslo Agues of Uoston Jlarv Iieie Lulu Jsilziibetli unison im Nannie ot Tue brUieamail wore white muslin gowns trimmed with wliil sot off by wide satin Tuu drtast which came from were simply made after oluiashloued J ne young ladie wore their lialr with no lu tliel covered witn long white kid the carried bouquets of apple blossoms and A murmur of admiration announced tneapuroiic of the bride as sne followed leaning on the aim o ner She wore awhUouatm gown with tn waist cut open at the front and trinime with duchess nnd ornamented at the Hide a branch of oruujie whlcii cxtcudei along the Her veil was clasped at the to of the head wlttt a bunch of oruuse blossoms Around the iieek she woro a nuperb necklace o pearls and diamonds wltn n diamond peuduut ill wedding present from the Tlie bride wa met at tno altar by the gruoui and his best man and former of Thomas of Peters o which the bride aud her family were conducted the Tue groom Is a commit ncantoiiua Beinauy rreshyieiliui BlBliop Stevens To ihe of the organ and the chiming or the bells Hie tmdu returned to the church entrance with her veil liftet mm leaning on the arm ot her whose face wus wreathed in George an aunt of the nil ll1 bridal couplo and tlie tisheis and brldesinulds at her rliteeutli and Walnut Immediately after the o clock aud Wanamaker departed on whUn will only last in this Among tho numerous presents to the bride was that of a house and lot from her the uituaiion and design of the home uelna lelt to tho selection of tno and Welshs service daughter was a massive silver tea witnessed tho marrlace were at wore black rolvet wlttt point with diamond Theodore of Hod woro black satin and with tmiVuli Mies Kale the flancoo oil Capt woro white lace und pearls Sacraum purpU and heliotrope point lacu aud ornaments John tlack lace over Iridescent lace and diamonds niolroiintliiue and crepe Mlaa Fannie white euibrolucrud cashmere Uenry black luce over satin duotiease lace John black watered Bilk Ernest Tap white alls heliotrope Cameron Davenport black beaded China crepe unii Among the nrouilnsnt guests were Surrogate Kol Jlr and Jameii Lenox and Fordham and unavlen Hamilton Martin Jharles James Tliomas and Miss and Mti Sohnyler KenWJ OUarlea James Vbomai MUs John Major ami all ol NBW Yotti Junes ex Miss Welsh was u wh Stcoude mid Ueorue i of woro IUllr ttntl JIrs relatives ot tho bride her brother anu Alice and Lliidlev Lily Wuna rt i Sumul Red w xi Hlucle and a Miss Miss JlaRJ Hmltn Hcfcn Jjiiss Atlas D iUy Coxe T Mss T Cujlcr Charles Miss liar Low 8S oreuce Mr TMV lio Mra IT n Sarac Anna MUs flLa Bahrain if MlBS NnhiB a MJBdmr WinCim AcchaVarriPr AiflrtS rs1etcr Kin S WrBWilliam rana vu marrlaSe Alfred Miss V Plncknoy irge Platt and Morton Divorce with Nu DIucli Ioeiry f Ifiprruu TO TUB I April Jane who is aulnn for was married in m she accuses her husband of outrageous conduct towardn Eleven chlluren were tno reault of ihei eight of whom nro Thev tn ii melodious and poetical nuuies of V nn Solon and Havetl by TaUina tho TO THE bark Joe from was driven on the reef at upaet and Tne crew took to the got on ice and were rescued by a Vohooner tnls morning and taken to sonoouer lnla Vur PILES imoaa PZABIJNB nu no Try a mil TO THT T April Dakin trial Is the allabsorbing topic It began on Tuesday morning and will probably not be Ilnlahed before As no such scandal had ever beforo oc curred in tliere waa no and tho Impeachment Committee framed the rules from the impeiichment of Judge Smith before tno New York The Speaker of tho House Is the Judge and the members are the Long before the opening of the sitting crowds thronged the and the galleries were packed before the hearing The Senate suspended Its session to witness the Though the rules were rlcorouely the spaces outside the railing and along both sides of the representa tives desks were thronged with tho families of Senators and mostly 1iominent among those on tho floor of the House was the Granger who fol lowed the proceedings with Intense Tlie rules are a trial to begin recess from 12 to a continuation of he trial and no legislative business 1111 tho trial Is Promptly uc the hour the proceedings began by the formula read by the SertteantatArma Mllo appear nnd answer to the charges filed against you by tho House of Kepre Datln arose and moved to Hie place astisned him remarkably cool and Then began a long wrangle uppronoa of Ihe four charges against embracing malfeasance und venal iiud corrupt conduct In Goodrich opened with a definition uf those and declared that he could prove from documentary evidence lhat tho was guilly of late City Attorney of waa the first Dakln had asserted to Eaton that tlie charter for lhat city could not be ob tained without thai It wus Impossible to puss a bill in the House without the where with to see the Katun asked how umcii was Dakln replied 1 dont know till I make niy is u naked for the jfepresentativcs to expect to be seenbefore Ihe passage of a bill of answered When liuton said this the whole House burst Iiilo prolonged Kutoli conllnued DaKIn said he had seenfour of the IIOTS already aud made them Tliere were tlurty limv menmera ot tho tlraud Army of the aud he Ilioujht he could llx mostof said I would like to know tile lilt1 mbers that ought to bo IJakln could not remember tlie and I took a rollcall from his pocket and iiBRcd Mm lo check ofT the names at their pur The following are tho ulleeod purchasable mem bers of the Michigan Legislature at DaKIn estimate PRICE TWO In the of those lelt blank it hud not decided whether they would want 55 or oun of tho greatest causes of Indignation in the Ufflaiallire is that Dalan should iduco tlio price or Michigan Legislators at so low a Jt Is wild that Dakiu lirst Inquired ronccrnlui the Listen and weaknesses of unil gauged tliu iiroilodod bribe lor instance ihi livedollar men were said lo bu smoliera and the was Intended to buy a box ol The tendollar men were supposed to smoke uad diink and wore booked for a double lirdii but Representative In the estima tion of could not be approached with anything ICKB than When marking tho Dakln remarked to Eaton Jhero Is a man that cannot be seen under 33 but t lien ho is very he At this statement every eye In tlie House win riveted ou and he nccmcd for the moment more confused than Dakin Alter various conversations on the subject Mr Jjtiluii said he consulted Speaker und after a conference witn the Speaker and the seventeen checked members It waa decided lo bring Ihe affair before the House of Tlie trial Is proceeding HO that lliere can be no complaint by Hie Everv facility is offered Dakin He is furnished with the best coun among them Attorney the itblejt lawyer In central Dahlu has put In nn unconditional denial to all the hav lug already mlmlued Dakln Is a representa tive of Hie Labor There ure twentyeight members of the House ut Iteprcseiitatlvea who uro also Kiilfhls of but they will afford him no Tlie autlLabor party hero have adroitly emlwwored to make Dakln slip an Imputa ilon ou tne hntants of but the attempt 1ms reacted on them There Is litilc doubt now of Dukiutt expulsion from the House SOLDIERS TOO SICK TO Ohio Dynamiters Still in PoHsosNion nt the Canal TA THV I April When Tun WORLD cor respondent reached the scene of the caual war tins morning he found evidences that the struggle will be a very bitter If not So far only one man has been Fred a militiaman from shot himself accidentally while on guard He will be given a soldiers Last night a company of men waa started Irom the camp at Cecil to march to the four mllcH as loud reports of dynamite had been und it was known tho mou wus again Tlie mud In tho dark road wus over HUOC and the march proved a rough excellence lo the A out of Cecil Ihe floun dering troops received tho flrc of two riilea with no aerious A little later two more shots were fired close to the rear When the locks wore reached more shots were but without Two of t he owing to fatigue aud were unable to proceed Leaving a guard to protect the sick und tl the company moved ou about u mile f u ther to where a largo gap had been imulu la tl bank between the canul and the throng which the water wus flowing Alter council or war It waa determined la ruluru to tl ou the arrival at the wagons It was lonn lhat another soldier had succumbed und was lu Hi wagon with ttie other sick It wus then de cided to leave the reservoir to Us f for the n inidiidcr nf Hie night aud march buck lo AI cordlngly the order was given to uoitt the n turn wus Tlio ttioroughly fatigued mo reached Cecil shortly after 2 oclock lii the inornlnt At Antwerp this morningthe excitement was i fever It Is said another attack wilt be mad on the reservoir KlgliL men began wor ut sundown last night und exploded clgntclmrgci Then ihe news ot tne militias arrival reached Hiei through spies aud they Tae Atitwor people ure determined to drain the reservoir if po but ure not likely to light the Tn damage 10 tnc reservoir IH very Ihe gap 1 me embankment is jo feet deep und foot wide i J he water Is rushing ironi the reservoir wit u fearful The cast lock Is practically a totn There Is a small break in the east embank ment which tho dynamiters propose to work ou to twenty men ure concealed ncur the which thuy Intend to lliaKu larger if Ihe ml llliu nous not Ko trouble has since the troons says he has tlie names o acvenor uigntoi ihe whom he will huv ailiSled and puiiisllLd by Muyor ol said his people woulc noi resist tlm but tno people uru dctermlnei to have tin vratTvoir ubundoneil or the canal 1m proved lor Ho invited the militia ti come to Jho Invitation uweptui and the troops are now in camp ut tlie Another company went Irom Toledo FIVE 5IJJN DEAD IN IHK A Full of Coal hi u illlna Iolloncil bv a Ullsl Tliroe llatiUN Hndlin Found In u April resident of Weat wliilo searching for pieces of tin routing this afternoon among a lot of rubbish at a marshy place on tlio banks of the Bolinylklll In came across alarge bundle con tuinlui the dead bodies of three One of the bodies weighed flbout eight or ten pounds and vus in a partial state of It IB be levecl that UiB one had been dead for at least a Tho other two bodies were lu a compura ivcly fair state of and liau not been dtad more tliau a day lit Ihe They were both trapped up In Tho papers and1 linen unif ied about tliu little forma were all anowliiK hat It would have been Impossible for the bundle o have been left there o Killed by a Put SPECIAL To THE April Al Watts peued his dog on Lincoln this morn ng ho found that a pet wolf had escaped from hla age and killed a monkey and two The was but lilt tho rope In two several Watts lorced a atloK into the wolfs mouth md compelled him to The doctor had no hand bitten In the uotior naa Nn OIioloo Yit In April tho Legislature oday tho vote for United Mates Senator was 10 83 16 scatteriutr Goodrtcli Tbn Ilnivnllnii Qiinini linmwnnl SAK April Queen of he Haivallim accompanied by Princess and tnelc left for tlio East his IBPKCIAL TO THE April Within tho borougl limits of AshlaiiU u and Koaillnir Coal aud Iron Companys For several wtcka It iiua been that llien would bo a full of coal In Hie west Im the men continued at There were over men at work Hits at ii i mtli of air unused Ilium lo nee In every direction for their This was followed by a terrllf crash of hundreds of tons of coal and the almos Immediate rush of deadly Nine mon wen stricken down five of tlitm were afterwards found to havi been sinottiereil to The others were taken from Ilieflopo but have since regained consciousness und are expected to It was nearly two hours uftcr the fall of tho pillars of coal und rush of gn before men could venture within lido yards of where the bodies of th Tho bodies were lukou to the heai of the where hundreds of Including relatives and Iiletids of the dead wore con gregated and tlie lamentations of the griefstrloke sisters nnd others was Tho liillimlng are tho names ol Ihose who snlfercd druth liKKiiv lire who leaves a widow anil live DANIEL widow and eight PATKIOK widow and HAHKY who loaves a residing at Glrardvlll and has been In this country but a few All tho others were living with tlielr families In Anii Tlio colliery will be Idlo until after tho whon H win resume operations nml the fatal anil sad accident will result iu thu saving to the com pany of many thousands of dollars from the fact that tho hundreds of tons of coal jusi fallen will not have to bo Six mules were killed and slight damage was done to Ihe lulls ami limbers lu the Ilurloil tu Driilli by April singular anil fatal In which two men lost their oc curred near In this yestr u wealthy and highly re spected wus engaged in pulntlug Ihu shin gles of hlK new wlilch three men were nailing All four were tituuilltiK on u bracket scaf fold twenty lect from the A calf ruDiilna nt largo wilh a rope around Its managed lo wruii the rope several times one of the pofitti used lo support ihe scaf folding at an angle of Ilfly One of iho workmen noilctii Ibo fact ami was about to descend the ladder and liberate the calf when the uuimu made a Bttdden Jerked the support from under ono end of the prcclplialmg all four of the men to the Uurus fell wltli Hie back of his head on a foundation crushing Ills skull and died In Robert Newton was so badly Injured Ihut there la no hope ol hs Tho other men were not seriously April 27 The steamship Cboro of tho Clydg rau aground in tun Johns Biver but flontod uuuos April The jury in tho owe o VUlam for tho murder of tbidevenmc ruturnea ti vordlot of not April J7 Michael IToloy onrolct boy o loriuer employee ol aa utm veooiil 11 under charged wi April oj the Ive Btook Oomnilsalon are in the oily dluunuiii the euriipneumonm U Is thought tbat It iul necessary to slaughter moro oattle In Oook u e oo ouuty beforo pleurouueuinonla can bo thoroughly Ottltw V A Ijittlo SPECIAL TO THE WORLD a little child living at 203 Hudson was playfully pushed Into a bonfire on the commons and her clothing caufht up the Ter rified at the sight she sturtcn 10 run ana all tlie while the fire was IJessie the little daughter ur Charles with rave pres ence of seized her frlulitened threw her down and rolling her ou the suc ceeded In extinguishing the flames and saving An Weitllitr for KM fair followed by Uglit winds altininu lo ultaltt uhangfn in Sew Xew threatening weather and local tufnils slutting to alialitlv The following record shows the changes in the temperature for the past twentytour In comparison with the correspondiug date of Juat aa indicated bj tno luerinonieter at Hndnuta 218 Broadway M 48 6a 08 8 47 0 62 03 67 41 60 64 Average temperature Average teni Venture Jor oorruyendiug oto Iwt HOTMGTON AT THE THE INQUIRY INTO THE PA CIFIC RAILROAD HOW SOME WAS BISBDESED WITH OUT VOUCHERS TO PRESIDENT HUNTINGTONS UNIQUE REVELA TION AS TO METHODS AT Bloncy Pnld to Ciiiialitucnla Who Wuro Hired to Anprnnch Tbclr CniiBrcBBinon and Iiniiinciilato Ilirlty of Who 1rcccilod Jiobbylst Sliorrlll as HiimlnKlonn lleluro Hiintlnutoo Would Not Think of Asking Fran chott for KaUrnntl 1rcnl dciitn turioiiH Ixnorance of SSuys livery Una ilia Tno United Stales Pacific Hallway Commission met yesterday morning nt 10 Wall This commission was appointed by President Cleve land under the net of Congress of March to inquire Into the relations or the Padtlc roads to the Gov ernment after the repeated exposures which had been made In THE It was shown that these companies needed the careful examina Tno oillcers Interested tried to prevent an Investigation by overy ineuns lu their but eventually tho law was despite their cn und of Pennsylvania Ellcry of this aud David Franchott OOO a year for his own WHAT IT COSTS TO EXPLAIN He may have received or 000 year without vonchei1 I suppose as much as There were a preat many You have to explain matters lo a great many A person acquainted with such matters can hardly imagine how many people there are whom you have to explain matters in Congress nnd out did yon pay Sherrdl Ten thousand dollars a can you approximate tho amount paid to him without vouchers 1 cant probably about The printed accounts were then submitted to tho but ho said he could not explain them as he wasnot a practical Ho had no but that they were Tho THE MAGIC OF GR AiNTS increase in the construction account of ol wore appointed aa the Tin WORLDS exposure showed that Thoophllns King United Stulea Auditor of Pacific Kail road had discovered and disallowed ex penditures by ihe oillcers of the Central Padlic amounting tlio aggregate lo some These were for uocullod legal and were clearly for unlawful The peoples merest In the mutter lay iu the fact that per of the roads net earnings waa to be set usldo us a sinking lund to meet the Govern ments advances it these expenditures were im propeiiy disbursed they served to reduce the jast payments In the sinking Paulson presided yesterday Ander son conducted the Littler was not Coins VicePresi dent ol the Central Paclilo was tho Ilrst He was accompanied by hla coun lie cerlllled as to tho construc tion or ihe road and the purchase of certain branch Ho spoke of tho consolidation of his road with the California and Den no undertook to build tho but got into uud then Ilcmy viilard took hold ol but 1m got out of und then the Central Puciilc took It and wus still prosecuting lie explained that it wus being built by the Finance and Couiruot which received stock und bonds of the Central Pnotllc In He then admitted that the four men who controlled the Central Pacific were practically the Construction Company and tliav Hiiooti shares of Central Paclilo stock aud owi of bonds had already been received by Ihe Inner Iltiiiilngton said that ho did know how much of the stock of tho Central Paclilo had been Issued for construction beforo the passage of the net of Ills Impression was that stock was issued only when It was all paid Tno cash pay ments were not large than lie The law required 10 per down when t lie stock was subset ilied caul wo mill tho road by levying money I dont think It wus by payment ou We subscribed for 150 which was uetossury to perfect the organ zation to the State And your recollection la that Ihe contractors were paid by loans made by the lint bj subscribers 10 tho stookY Under ho Crocker contract I am quite sure they uaul in Bidet and I sold tho Guvcrn neuL bonds hero myself and bought 1 tliluk Crocltcr contract must have been paid In The books will i never look Inside of a ledger II I can help and I generally All the bonds wore delivered to me nt Washington aud I brought them hero and sold Whose books contain llio accounts of thoso alcsv I have not got but it Is easily as Flak Hatch might have them they ail a good many of Wo sold some ot them it S9 and bought gold at a very high I ought some ns high as 1 gout tho whole to and he distributed It here md there us Who sold tho bonds I did they woro eut on from and I aoid Thcro vero but few slock There no market or the stock people were afraid to touch Is there an earlier primed report than this showing him the report of I dont tliluk nereis i dont know I did tho outside business nd was seldom lu Ihe I see tnat at thu beginning of tho year there s a balance or aud at the end of the cur The difference between these two understand to bo thu actual profit for the year ASKING AnOUT T1IE LEGAL Here Is an legal an you tell what that consists of I unt Stanford attended to Can you tell the names of tho counsel em loyed ont know his Initials Harvey Wll Wright who lias been counsel fora one time counsel here James counsel ai ud we Had Heard and Bliss e ulwaye Had quite a Who audited tho legal expenses on olher and I used to pay lem On audit On my Do you know where tne vouchers of these ems are to be found No It would be lu San ranclsco Ifanywhere but there would not bo ouchcrs for Frauchott used to have a great lany and when he wanted money I used give it to I had great confidence In him ud knew he would do what waa You gave U to him without voucher es I did not ask him for Or Why not there were BO many things e had to pay ts there there wan printing nd messengers and a great many I know he did not pay an money without was Are there an others to whom you were lu the ibit of paying money without vouchers Yes f coursethere ate miscellaneous expenses all ffloers have accounts of that Sifter rauohott died Snorrlll took hujjilacs I gave from 1872 to he thought waa duo to the fact of large expenses at at Mission Bay the Bubstitutlon of steel for Iron rails along nearly tho whole of the nnd the establishment of large he were now the most perfect In the They made almost everything needed for the He explained what tho various sinking funds mentioned in tho accounts were MOKB LEGAL I notice lhat in there was paid for legal expenses f J8 your explanation tho same as forthe similar item In the account of 1872 Yea I have no And in 1874 for legal expenses A por tion ot that was paid wllhout vouchers I should say You can give us no account of that except It is lu the accounts in Cullfornia 7 And they will show nothing except simply u charge for legal or miscellaneous 1 uaed to send out every month an account of ull the money I Would you pay tho sum of taking a voucher Without knowing where it went 7 I should know it wus right if 1 gave It to Would you know how it was expended Thcro were certain things to be I knew ho was a man of the strictest pure a man 113 ever llvcdand when he said I want I know it was proper and let him have Without knowing how It waa to boused Yes thats my way of doing I believe lu the familiar nil in Ur nut at Tltnl is my KVKUY MAN HAD A How do yon distinguish between tho purchase of rails uuddeulltig with your solicitor I cant explain It but If a man went to Washington and stayed tlwvo aevetal years ho would find out that every man had n You have to explain and Franchott wus engaged to attend to our Wliliwlionr With all the Departments with I aud perhaps there would be no harm In stating nay It without any know lhat Fraa never gave a man a bribe to Influence him but lots of men In Congress that I cant talK to Why should Frariohott need money Hero is Ulchurd Hoe he represents a cer tain and 1 cant get near him If I go to him but 1 can get John wno lives in his and he will go to Mcliurd Hoc and tell Jijm just the Ihing mat is Who will gee the money John I will show John Doe what Is for the public Interest und con uce mm that U Is lt as a man can to and men ho can go uj hla and You dout understand this I understand all about ana I want to have yoa understand Iy not his requirements for money be larger when Congress was In sessioa than when Congress hud adjourned tliere tiro thousands ol that have to be such as printing and but I douc be lieve that Franchott ever used a dollar la a Is aud clean a man us ever I doni believe lie ever used a dollar that the law In Its moss semuve sense would noc bear him out I will nsk in the exact wonU of the in quiry wo ure charged to to say woetser unv of the sums named by or whether ttiore wis any valuable or any act or tdin dotio by any agent of yours In the direction vcm have named under ihoso unvouchedfor was lor the purpose of liiilucncing legislation No only to explum that a thtui was more to vheinl tcrcst of tne public than it was to the Interest of tho MOKAL ALSO How could Francnott personally earn a year In explaining mutters to Congress He had to get lots of people to help f did not care anything about There ore certain things you have to You have got to edu cate have to go Into the newspapers to ex plain It Is the same as If wo went into court and had to hire an attorney aud had to irlvo him what he asks so we Have to You ao to build throe or lour thousand miles of railroad aud they will tax you iffovery directionaud you have got to pay notlo buy but to explain to secure moral Dont you suppose they explained with cham pagne or expensive dinners I think It Is very Dont you think a great deal was explained in cigars I think It Is We had to izet some bold nian to sit down and explain in a broail sense the thing we wanted Will you give us one Illustration of tho Ihlnir practically curried out by you In this way I A 1 suppose that at least onehalf of tlie aieinbersof Congress had to bo explained Laughter I haveHat down and explained to them myself Ro newed QWhat did yon pay I didnt pay any thlug there was nothing for me to Hut somebody had to be I suppose facts before IT ALL WUNT FOR Pattlson then read the following Items according to the witnesss raatnlv for explaining The report for 167S was mo others woro as follows i 1IIS BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY MARKED BT REPUBLICAN Fornlicrn Eulogy Before the of A Letter of Regret from Itoacoc Posters Fred irnnt Among the MnrkTwnins Speech nt April Tho banquet of tna Americus of commemorating the Blxtyflfth anniversary of the birth of was held at the llonongahela House this Tho clab secured all the second floor of the and the corridors and approaches to the dlnlngnall were decorated in elaborate In the bannuet hall tho tables were arranged eo as to represent the initials a On the guests table an Immense bank of flowers was npon which the monogram was worked On each of the three tables tha Initial letters of tho Generals name were promi On the third at cither were the dates 1822 and presented on backgrounds of On the walla of toe hall were portraits ot Logan and promi nent local Kepubllcan leaders la times Before tho regular proeramme of the evening Bad been commonoed an informal reception was given to the distinguished guests who were among whom were Ohio Fred of Indiana Secretary of the Commonwealth and President of trie New York Bepnb Ilcan Forakcr and his wife were called upon by many residents who did not attend the It was quite 9 oclock when the guests were all seated at tho and It was noticed that of the principal speaker or the was assigned tne same scat which Grant had occupied on the occasion or the reception given to him on hia return from his trip around the When the cucats and members of the club the dlnlnghall President of the Amcrlcua extended a cordial welcome to those pastor of the North Avenue Invoked a after the menu had been President Paul Introduced who re sponded to the Forafcer mid FOKAKEK3 to the meaoiired results of Its administrations without a It Bt snppUmnit companion piece to bin military career anf placed him justly with Lincoln by the sldo of Washington REPLYLNO TO GRANTS And ret bo did not please On the cm he the late of all poultivo aodTienxxu He waa thoroughly disliked and haled in In nu man waa evor more marcUesslr enti or more nialloloualjr and amt abused than he was at eTerr nauamorUl We we re told that be craiy and a tallore In the treociJs Mission Ridge naa an acdtor siiis waa no but only a bloody and wbde he waa President laa troastnttally railed againat cUiminje ammotaic that he nbould not But wbe vici iCrtjou Ei2s traduoers were suddenly pot to si o j their rtlirloition vraa tatiahod and ljuried oat of fuse the homage of a XopUca omji bu where hU fame had not iaii all around tha globe not one haaitn uumtr ouulii ba found who was either so high or aa noc to account it a great honor to ami jrTHHG He returned in the fulness of Una urn ctmn n more devotedly attached to and i Legal expenses al aea Legal oxpensoa Logol dXpotlHUU l uul Tue geueral explanation you Imveelvon A that lime not Wnttt ttle ot that Tho aamo muru because they bad he traTellod and however he aa oarer failed to manifest a Ulw not that bo bad been a irreat ujii million men to nor that he President ot the United and as saca Uu ruler of of but that he was an HIS FINAL That he was not a third time called to the P waa due to considerations tuat bad no relation to him was uerer securely intrenuhod In the atlecttoud of tne Ame ueoplo than tie was at the very moment vhen tha hisidroo right of the BUti determined followers ended in defeat at Moemed as thouch be could not rKttiab4jdo more to Increase tho esteem and aSecuooalA regard In irhiuh he was beld but he and be He was unwittingly Involved and OTenrhalmed or nnao cial ana practically at the same time smiltea by a fatal ihe unconquerable character of art nuturo waa never more clearly demonstrated lhaa It would bo diffiouti to exaggerate tno nercsc iortilca and true Otirlstlau patience he displayed in the patl but miocoBslul strangle that cried out in nta lamentations and tJuiiBinv adversary had written a if hit u it probably the most Buroly oary man uau last work WM to wrlto ft Ho hail a double to sought not ouly to record tho Moat oventa with which ha had Tteeu but u IJ and Job to deserving recor htoli want the companion of his Ufa and a n partner of all hie joya and It bas sntphio ully said by some one that as he Mt at one side of tho table sat at the opposite side impatiently he devoted hiniBelf pposite side impatiently VTUhwt a tremor or ainrmur to b IA labor of Providence lengthened his days and cam1 until tUo last Hoe and word W been TO heart had been gladdened by tha assurance that both his nad been ajid u enntlv M day Into he passed Into Ihe Amerlcua Olub flo wall to honor Ms memory bi such celebrations as this ot the day when llowas not oyly our soldier and tho mostdul t nguisnedand representative Amarican who oTer elled bat nit after Lincoln be was our greatest President and our troaUst JAMES FOSTERS n Club of New was called upon to respond to tue Political Tbelr Usefulness in Party In answer to the Why am I a Republican Foster quoted the reply of Grant ana of Logan to tne aama qneailon put to and then said But the full and eomplete answer waa given in words of the Illustrious James Blaine 1 am Benublioan because m every in tnrr n Demoorat can aepoait hli ballot Just aa he bare It counted juit cast But in many of the States and many eltlu t CM unt lhl shall be rlghteii gnity on manhood Is wined uofil this hs in an etBrnal let the Republican ranks stand solid demaodinic forever this same to a free and bSlot S T TatlfUot road for llokln l87i who was unavoidably LETTERS OF tho Reception of regret pSiou to Gtlu iiovoraI0riiirs ffi Ueaaons wblohf i political aud other public occasions to UwaouumtWie my Inability to ba priwntaud I 1 t i   

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