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New York World (Newspaper) - October 19, 1892, New York, New York THE WORLD as though anxious to make it plain that he did not consider himself an Digger kind ot an Indian than hla fellows packed In the galleries and In the Even now n friend ol the New York came which ho never did to a and leaned the as nearly out ot sight as Bell of 217 who was prevented ty law being an Assemblyman Register resolutions Indorse Cleveland and Stevonson this was way ot saying ho Is now a regular Cleveland John President of the this sat In the shadow ot tno Iron I Board of seconded the nomination that Bourko cockran und not I of his This nomination went sat In the same statues through with the usual Tammany Uall shadow and In aiy other candl men on the is to think auc tho nomination was as the man who looks more Ilka Napoleon t than any other man except ot Ho Is also the man whom unanimous as anything could NOMINATES The nomination ot Henry for Tammany has selected to bent the county clerk was moved by Bourke cans for the Assembly In the in Ms short coat stalked out banner Farquhar had tails to his j from behind the with his head hang and a pin imitating a Ins apparently in deep The made ol red sold and flashed In his nomination ot the county clerk did not seem Ho ivas loss democratic than his to bo a very congenial task tor n great Commissioner tor ho had a solved the problem by leaving standup He will doubtless relinquish j tue County Clerk entirely out ot the the diamond roosters head Ills speech sounded rather ns though nnd the high collar when ho sots down to he had been asked to respond to the business In a day or HARRY LOOKED city ot New York It was not Hourke Cockran Harry Miner sat close against tho wall He said tno problem ot municipal gov made every effort to back Into IMS eminent was the problem ot civilization alleged that Miner has quite recently and ho considered that Tammany had a tosen thrown Ot this he showed no I very lirm held on tho problem of ills hair was black as a ravens He praised In flowing say ana much Ho wore a cape coat and hat tho people might look upon his mou avery low with a very bij diamond I all around them and beneath their In his He had a big diamond on his left meaning our streets little finger and a gold attachment size ot a tied to tho end ot his He was shod with congress made ot patent with combina tion In tho cobblers art which may never bo Tho happiest man In Tammany Billy the Under was much tappler than usual lie stood crouching out ol lust back of door that leads to the big Every onco were the best evidence ot went home ns soon ns his speech was Uu is stouter than he was when In and looked more cheerful than at that Jc is an Interesting fact that his has the same unusual construc tion as the arm of Miss It Is remarkably snort from the elbow to the These two great public characters ought some day to compare Tho event most heartily applauded next to In a while a commotion would take place he nomination of for Mayor was tho and ho would gradually double nomination ot Judge Leonard up until his heal almost touched his I who was chosen to succeed himself on fho On each ol occasions ho would call f common Pious Judge uc Bomo good Tammany and pointing past j cording to all 13 a very line the big Ico water which Is always j The the gallery who made the celling empty to tne not overenthusiastic crowd j his cheers when name assembled In would Will you take a peep at the poor counties After this short speech his head would once moro go flown towards his Billy Sexton Tho sight of tho County was a humorous one to It was Nelson who apparently managed Tammany last The Eight ol this very pleasant gentleman waving his arms and making little speeches on the Croker sluing down In the was very It was a 1Unch ana Judy with the Punch ana Judy man on ihe outside of the mentioned was the poet This Indorsement of Germany toy Ireland ought to prove to every mans satisfaction tho absolute harmony that broods over Tam many HOW THE TICKE WAS MADE Story of tho Conference In tlie Afternoon nnd the Convention at When tho leaders of Tammany Hall went Into conference yesterday nt 5 the who remained on the outside were predicting the nomination onco a vras popular and of Lawyer David tor presided very have very i said Just before ho entered much hard work to Ho with a ssme of you gentlemen may not have heard ihe reading of the out It has teen All the good the platform ami In the galleries and tho report Y hich been read was vociferously Then came the naming ot the the room that ho positively did not know who would be the nominee for Will you be nominated ho was It does not look as If I would be nomi he part In this of every nationality In the There IB nothing more Interesting In our history than the way In which all na tions have sent their representatives here to this Island where wo live and the way in which they all and work together peace ably and But tho Mayor of Now York should know the town of which lie Is He should know all the elements of Its and so wo say we must have tor Mayor a man who Is In city affairs aim knows the over wuom he in to bo tho official There Is another characteristic that tho Mayor should rarest ol all political vir should be a man ot Aji 1 regret I o say there is Jealousy nnd haired In some places of New nnd that Is one ot tun reasons I say tho Mayor should be a man of resolution and personal who should what demands of the municipality not only tho population tue rights of the city arc and knowing to maintain JJ could bo prevailed upon In accept nomination and that ho would be I never expected the nomination nnd I was not a candidate for TIIK The resolutions Indorsed tho platform of tho Chicago Convention and the nomination of Cleveland and Iho Force was denounced ns itu assault upon represent ative Institutions and a blow to the prosper ity of the It was averred that tho enactment ot tho Force would arrest the development of the south breed disaster to every Stato and to thu commercial supremacy of this Clevelands letter of es resolu tions then referred to the management of the city government by tho Thoy concluded as follows FROM With the lowest tux rate which has been Imposed upon the since the the pavements lire in tho best condition which the people ever the streets are cleaner than they ever been the water supply has been increased and today exceeds tho resources or s ui that part ot It referring to tariff was heartily The rest ME AN There Is another thine 1 may say Mayor Oi New ai this when In tho world the inu Is In i pro cess of development which will our merchants the lull enjoyment ot our cent water front the Invasion of Tammany Hall stands the combined 1ms been and at the trusts nnd monopolies ot tills with I gates ot our the rale has been all the wealth have at ih mint of the rates uf lire Insurance are lower than In any other city of equal size 111 M ayor of Now York city should be a Tammany Hall to the experience In public the ac quaintance with population of the great city of New to tho courage 13 necessary to Ihe performance of tne duties Involved In the office to the service In the organisation Is entitled to you can add that tho candidate Is ot such personal diameter us him to nit his Jf his manners are such that every man who meets him nnd asks something nnd goes awny whether he getw yes or no lor an If ho Is a man who turns uo deaf ear to any or who does not turn care ot who Is always ready to servo n friend Whether he be high or then you have the man you should nominate for And It scorns to up in that wo have got the who has got exactly the that 1 have attempted to detail to In the matter or his personal whether It bo looked at In tho circle ot his own little In the social moves and In business candidate circles in which whether It or we have we Is close to the heart ot every man who ever knew We believe that he has got as many personal lends as tails to the lot of any man who Journeys through to and who deserves every friend he ever had applause who has held every office In the Iroin the highest to the has fought In every bat victory or defeat you him better than I do his loyalty has never been in and ho Is an earnest adherent or If you want who that knows him ever questioned that When It comes to the question of he lowest who and in who know started eve the qu 11 with tho of us and hu has worked himself up he has a position of which any man In tho country may bo Ho knows Iho people who on the Island ot NewYork and he Is known and beloved by ANOTHER QUALITY TO There was one characteristic that I one more that our can ought to ought to know tho owing to the efficiency of our Fire while during the late Columbian celebration an unarmed civic force maintained absolute order and pre served Inviolate the security of limb and property In the presence oi a throng amount ing tu of human beings crowded In our on this record wo Invite the Judgment of the We pledge to the people for luture the intelligent and economical of public which they have enjoyed tor the last lour As wo have redeemed the promises which wo have made In the we nK them to in our se to serve Interests faithfully In the To our party brethren throughout the country we pledge such a decisive majority in this oily lor the Democratic candidates as will secure the vote of this for Cleveland and for the ot peace and good will among tor the commercial emancipation of the Indus trial masses of nils country from tho rc and onerous burdens Imposed upon them by class THOMAS Ills SUCCOUR In Duo to Industry and Thomas Francis candi date for was bom In Ireland in When he was six years old his father died and his mother decided to como to She had some relatives In this and naturally settled near began attending the public as It he the fact that tho circumstances or his mother might make his school days he studied with great He was soon ready for the Free from which he was graduated with The determination of his character was clearly observed during this period of his no task was too difficult lor him to Ho snld that ho was bound to rise In Iho and he was especially to keep posted on all the In something about the city Tho I events that Ills school whom I shall name has been nt the days he was received as an apprentice head ot the largest of the city of into the printing office of the lute that anything would be saved to tho But managed tho business so ably that all the dents wore paid and the was While he was In charge of the affairs of tho firm an who had known for years and who was on very intimate terms with called at the store of Ihe distressed lirm and It ho could sell him a clock 1 can sell you a replied for the price marked upon 1C and fur no When the affairs were wound up tho creditors and in a series of resolutions publicly thanked for the able way in which he had looked alter their This testimonial was printed In a paper that had openly accused him ot Improperly han dling the Everybody will remember the arrival of the in this town for the purpose ol Tammany with a public revelation of Its 1xpert accountants were sent luto the Works Department to make a thorough examina tion or each Tho most exhaustive search was mane by men who were only too anxious to llud signs of but not the slightest Indication of this was FOUNn For Hie first time In the history of tho municipality a partisan legislative commit tee engaged in an Investigation of the city departments seemed arrald to Issue asun for the commissioner of Public Works lest ihe testimony would defeat the purpose for which the committee a newspaper that had charged with accepting a bribe in connection with tho building of the Third avenue cable road was compelled by tho courts to print a is the only man In the history of the Tammany organization who has been at the same time a Grand sachem and chair man of the Committee on Organization and of the Committee of has six sons and four lie lives in a house at 7 West Jno Hundred and hns a summer residence at Far luary one of his was re cently married to Michael a when ho disagreed with tun County Democracy In turn and reentered Tammany He Is now way up In the a and was one of tho committee ot three that lately New He was ap Fire Commissioner by Mayor Grace lu elected President of the Fire and by Mayor Grant In FRANK FITZGERALDS Resigned When Ideated 1o to Accept tho Frank tho nominee for addi tional is the present of this city and having been elected to that office In 1880 by about majority over the fusion He was elected to Congress in bun resigned to accept the He Is a member of the Demo cratic state lie was born in this that would get the Democratic nomination lor the lull term as City Court But Just at that time Ic Was resolved by the leaders ot Tammany Hall to strengthen the ticket by nominating Joseph who had been fied with the County for City Court nominated and elected County Ho resigned this LEONARD and appointed by Hill Judge o tho court of Common In place ot the late Henry Wilder Us Is now nominated to succeed on the AS 10 The Republican Judge Una on Rutus for Cly was bornat Chautauqua In Uo was graduated from the Brooklyn 1olytechnlo In He en tered a na discount the work was distasteful to him BRAINY GEORGE for President of the of by George the nominee for Presi dent of the Hoard ot was born In Germany lie is the son ot tho lato George tho famous commander of tho Army ot the Poto Young McClellan was cd trom Princeton college In tho class of nnd taking up his residence In this city He was lor some a member of tho city staff of Tun In the latter part of 1S80 ho appointed Treasurer of the Brooklyn which office ho still was recently admitted to tho Uo is a member of tho Tammany General of the Eleventh Assembly Among the clubs and societies ho is a member of are the Koyal sons of Sons ol the Revolu Honorary member of tho Irish the Friendly Sons of Manhattan Club and the Union n nc T om I New Applause and cheers long v going to take I Loot about your own streets that you school coi and he disappeared walk over look over anything that slow behind the big doors of tho now city that you In und attractive the en wuich were guarded by tour ablebodied i and see the vast development that has done thing to learn about the to he communicative and hurried to the Man haltan TIP ON which was done on the motion of down FITCH NOMINATES THE Ashbel of cama up to nominate the candidate tor 11 Is bald and well pleased with the Ills speech did not suggest oue Bourko Cockrans best but pretty When he makes another speech It be well lor him to remember that j even tho humblest talker can make himself attractive by simple and direct lacked judgment In to work up to a AS you know ny the headlines above this he nominated Thumas the OI anxious surrounded them of Public Mayor Grant was nowhere to bo Fitch made a It pretty good telephone for the utterances of smiling down In tho id of live years he resolved to try some thing Tho time he spent in the more In the last four years to make New YorK Ing office gave him a to pick up a lot ALL KNOW FERDINAND Popular aa Coroner n Member of Alany Coroner Ferdinand who was named for enjoys the distinction of speak move to more socle who several years ties and having a larger personal Working at the case any ether man In tho Hols work for an ambitious and at A few minutes before 0 Commissioner Gil safe and than has roy and Register Frank Fitzgerald ever been done before In the recollection ot out of the conference and wended their way the oldest man who hears my Ap to Fourteenth They were stopped several times by their friends who were eager i from m we present to you a name that Is known to every one of The commissioner and the refused you wo present the name ot a personally known to almost every man to whom I speak wo present it with the knowl edge our candidate is nominated by this It will not only aid mater of udd his retentive him to INTO PUBLIC In when Uo was twentyfour years ho secured a place on the Aque duct Tuls was his practical In sight Into tho workings of lie became acquainted with a number ol men In In local and tho study of bile life provea unusually interesting to the name ot Thomas Cheers and Is It were the ques was received with a burst of Not one of them would answer the ques Leader Croker told the reporters that a recess had been taken until enthusiasm His nomination by ae We are and want i to get supper the Sickles arose to nominate George for President of the Hoard of Alder but prefaced his nominating speech as tallows AND GENTLEMEN OF TIIK CONVENTION 1 proceed to discharge the duty especially as d to me I beg your nt I S V U HID UUU He TB V uw 1 Ml of matter of fused to discuss the One or the lead indulgence fora few as I wish to it had been but there was a ers said a resolution had been adopted pleas make a lew preliminary I nm glad good ring of friendship and approval in the lhe not to divulge what had taken to see that you have got for cheering i ii Notwithstanding this It soon leaked your Presidential candidate a citizen of your cheering nnd shouting throughout the out that the slate had been agreed unon with great The Tammany brass Thomas for n n most Intelligent musical j THEIR thould oo Imitated by other Brass After the leaders completed it to Join In the in i cramme for the convention and the I wish also to say hero and now thac with my right hand uplifted 1 subscribe to and solemnly every word and every in tho resolu that have been road In your bearing and adopted by applause and a way as to stimulate and increase d any representation or remark enthusiasm without dwarfing as it was before 1ollce commissioner them l honest efforts of any Individual Tammany James Martin rapped the delegates to son smith was selected Chairman and repeatedly revived whenever it threatened John and John Carroll See to die out by a red faced admirer of Mr After the convention had organized This red faced came through the door on to the at the be at once proceeded with critical and spent all his strength Congressman Ashbel Fitch took the plat describing a circle in the air with his hat Thomas K for yelling the name ot Gilroy until the cords j FITCHS SPEECH THE three feet Into tho air at each After 1 rise to nominate a candidate the demonstration he In lor of the city of In doing my thoughts and It HAKES KNOWN HIS Is that at for the sake ot human nature It 13 to be hoped New Yorkers equally devoted to the Interests that ho Is not a friend In search of an office la they live at all like a seconded the New York only nomination ol the candidate for lie ot with the people who live on med his want la name cato Bam that he was very land of and the band played Hall NO OPPOSING The slight touch of humor came at Inter anil prosperity and we are proudest of all of the greater luture Into which she Is about to and we never were prouder of the place in which we live than we were last when with a flag on every house she sent her schoolboys r tt Kelson who solemnly asked the assurance ot the patriotism and tho lo the assembled Indians whether tuero were tue country that animates every man who any opposing nominations to be made In the state oi New Tammany man anxious lor would HE 1on THE Have created more excitement by an Js we than he have fSS or It all done by standing on his head on the edee o wish ror It new e Alter all the assembled Indians 8Ch003 ua we had roared out their approval ot i to maintain our present nonce Domination by one solitary I ana flro the best that any city in man with a food pair of He sat In the gallery on the right wish t o mako It a comfortable right of tbo His objection struck him as BO numerous that he began to laugh be lore anybody else NAME Next on tho of faro tho tlon of young McClellan for 1resl deat of the Board of This was made by who properly said more about the i our wno n Tho Kilo A n la t candidates than about the younj man sickles did not appear to for those of us who live will here to We wish lor all Us citizens home rule tho right to protect their own Interest in any way to live their own life here as the majority or tho of New York desire to How shall wo got what we wish lor this home or ours We can only get U in E gooa way nominating tue candl SSa n Is the man wbo goes In and tries to nominate his own candidate whether hols nominated and elected or Chicago I united with tho delegation from York In presenting another an other citizen ot your state and an honored for the high ot Presi dent oi these great United But wo were not successful in having him But we got another citizen ol our Ap 1 now want to say and for you to formed by tho late who tho undo when slie was an From that lime until tho present the friends ot when they speak or him always allude to his happy home ana tne great kind ness which ho treats his wile and It is suld of him that ho never seeks pleasure out of doors unless his wife accompanies him the Nearly all of his pleasure he finds within the limits ot bis 1113 ENTRANCE TO THE Pretty soon a family began to grow up around and his place on the Aque duct yielded too small a revenue to provide the Gilroy was to throw his accustomed determination he set a more lucrative place and lu a short ho was appointed a cleric In the of tho county who was then Charles lift remained nere un til tt lieu civil Justice John Flanagan appointed him his ability to and put things into good running order was shown hero very Evory public man who knew him was Impressed with lorce or character and the correct ness of his lie served Justice Flanagan lor two and then he was ap pointed clerk of the Ninth District Civil which was much nearer his city Court Judge was then the Jus tice of this During His lire tu these small public places had shown ot tbe favorite leader of Tammany and I will not recoil irom that I Indorse your resolutions and assert solemnly as earnestly as I united my colleagues then and there In as loyally 1 unite with the colleagues of that and with all the members of this great organization I Join In tho pledge of earnest and hearty and enthusiastic sup port to all the nominees and the adopted by Sickles In nomination for President ot the Board of Aldermen George TUB OTHER NAM KB ON THE Cockran nominated Henry for County Assemblyman Sulzer nominated Ferdinand Levy for Judge Newburger nominated Leonard lor the Common Pleas Senator nominated for City and cot Fellows placed Frank Fitzgerald lu nomination for Additional Chairman Nelson Smith made an amusing mistake in introducing Elliott to second the nomination of Fitzgerald for Reg Allow he to Introduce Elliott TUe delegates howled over the chairmans It was a lew minutes before the convention got back to WAS worker superiors himself to bo to lean He was never late at his desk and he never lett his work until Inure was nothing moro to bo lie read many law Because ho constant need there was lor a public man to be with legal lie never It worth to bo admitted to the only fortythree years but his position as President of tho Board ot Coroners brought him Into public prominence many years He born In tho Village ot Washington In oi His father was a lawyer and moved to Detroit soon after Ferdinands Tho son gradu ated from the Detroit took a years course In tbo University of and at the ngo years beaan the study of law lu bis lathers In 1800 he and his parents came to this whero the coroner has lived ever At the outbreak of thq war he enlisted In tho First Independent and at Its close was mustered out a He became a drug tor two years and than resumed tho study of law and was admitted to tho After serving as managing clerk In his fathers Coroner Levy entered Into partnership with him under tho lirm namo of His entrance Into municipal politics was made In Ho served as Large under Mayor and lu 1882 was elected Coroner on the Tammany Ho was thrice reelected to the same each by an increased lu 1888 Coroner Levy led the ticket by over Coroner Levy Is Past Master ot Centennial and j Grand Master ami oi the Independent Order Sons of the largest Hebrew benevolent organization In the country President of the Jewish Itn The Lord deliver exclaimed Elliott Bandford as he held up his Irom being introduced as Elliott The convention adjourned alter appointing Committees on and Arrange ments for An Leader woo leaving ror home he said Commissioner nomination would prove a popular cause be had already resolved to remain lu SSL the public lie had many Hall organization Journeyman and he worker lu the ranks of the Tlie leaders had a great liking for partly because he never an unpleasant but principally through bis habits of clock like his perseverance and his ability to a vast amount of work with the greatest AS A DISTRICT He grow to be the lender of tho old Twenty third and Ihe way lu which he cou ducted affairs In this sprawling section proved him to be an unusually capa ble Uo was chosen as the Secretary of the General Committee and uf tbe committee on When James Flack was elected county Clerk he appointed hla He re the office under the law ot which abolished fees and thu a salaried He also remodelled tho Search ers which became so perfect under his deft manipulation that searches It took necks to make were accom in a tew da This was looked upon as a leat and the lawyers in the city united In heartily com mending the business methods set In When County Cleric Flack was elected Sheriff he appointed Under au ho ably filled until Mayor Grunt appointed him to his present migrant President Downtown He Lodge of the Knights of Turn Beethoven Mozart Mount Hebrew Orphan Asylum Home for Incurables Home for Aged nnd In Ilr in director tbe Passover Relief director o ho Hebrew Home for director o Downtown Jewish Hospital Association member of the Elizabeth Home for Aged and German Society Trench Benevolent First dent of tbe Hungarian Aid mem oer ot tho Brodd County Cavan tbo Black Thorn Club ho tammany Society and the Tammany Hal He Is also an honorary mem of about a dozen other uia not appear to no is nominated and elected or ba quite at bis He leaned against the f railing ol the supporting himself on Ws ana began with a personal ie man who si ays away from a convention like this and finds fault what the people secure me sort explanation concerning his attitude towards we want wei have got to Grover He dragged Bourke cock get rac a THE KIND OF A MAYOR What sort ot a Mayor a city like In the Hrbt place the man who Is to be the Mayor ot the city dt New York and elected In the year ol 1HBS applause ought to an Intimate knowledge ot oily government and the pity of NOW It Is not a thing that a man learns In any but by We have got no room for theories or greenhorns in che 61 We want some one tor Of New York wbo has learned in tbe school of experience what the the our York next pMr not only do we need a Major who is esn In the science of of L great but need m tne 91 New York a Is Intimate our people f live We Have Here on tbe Island of New YorK ran Into tun puddle with him by praising that orators speech against land In tbo Chicago and ovor his speech the Iron went on to eay that ho adopted every senti every and every word ot tne Tammany AS tbe Tammany 6th nark plainly t til food tint uth continued Leader did place as Commissioner ot nrt seek tbe office and did not wish to tako This was n place that gave a the Tbo Executive diance tu display bis remarkable executive which of the favored hla ability and ilia He Is Chairman or the assuming control the office to and when we began talking about bis make a careful Investigation or the business availability he asked to be excused and left the TOE Commissioner was at the Manhattan Club late last HO had heard of the action oi the and In speaking ot I arrived at Tam many Hall In tho that 1 be nominated lor I thought David Jac rawa A gold fountain pen that never falls and will last a to All same but different U not Caws Pen i t Six solid trains day lor via New york then in vogue In each one of the 1Umade familiar with thu laws and ordinances relating to each branch ot bis and then ba the of He Issued an that tho trom the lawn would be Instantly lie kept a personal upon eaob and sn careful did tnn worK la this groat that tlie annual Increase ices alone amounted to tovi r Ulsm ceased und every was treated courtesy ana HIS NEAT la at Uis at in tbe add he la busy attending to bis told 5 In noun tie U to every who wants to pee hlM oh A man i FOE COUNTY Record of a Who Figur In Local Henry tbe nominee for County was born In Mew York In 1818 and wa educated at Johns H studied law and was early admitted to th beginning practice lu Ho went Int simultaneously and office followed a few years later In to tho Board ot Aldermen from tho annexe district in Ho was the represents tbat and was elected abou a year after He was sen back for a second term In tbe Alderman and was elected President of tb board during tnat Ho was chairman o tbo Tammary Hall General committee l 1878 and 1H7I and was also a During tbe disruption that occurred abou tbat In ranks let Tammany Uall und an organization which became known as Little He afterwards became a lieu tenant ot Grace and Joined tbe Coupty He wan elected by tne members ot tlie county Democracy its chair man ot tbe executive and be and he began to study Alter somo ty In and the public schools time In the office ot a legal lirm In man entering Marys After nmi thU city he entered Harvard Law i Among jus classmates were Daniel Among now Attorney and diaries Secretary ot tho crons ury in the lust Administration ot south Carolina Justice Bar of tho Supreme Court oi and United Slates Senators uray and Hig or Judge cowing was grad from tbe Law School ih 1805 and was admitted to the bar ot this In politics no has always been a Uo served In the Board of Aldermen PRANK ho entered tbe law department of which he was gradu tert In 1878 In class with Judge and Jasper e also studied law for several years In tho mco of Smith and upon his on to the bar began the practice of Is profession and conducted many ant law Several years ago Fitzgerald formed a with Lawyers John nd James Tbe of Celly Fitzgerald has since conducted a arge and Important Including many nt cases In tbe Surrogates Ince Fitzgerald assumed the duties ot lu bo hns entrusted lie active management ot his firms business o his and hns devoted his entire ire to his duties as Ho strongly tho passage of laws for land trans er has recommended the short form eed and and ho also luau the new block The laws supported by him have all een adopted by the Legislature and are now n county being tho only one In the block system Is In This sys om greatly facilitates tho examination of ties to real and It required careful to properly Initiate He has many Important Innovations and in tho and his ad hns given general to of the bar and to Fitzgerald Is a member of many of tho clubs In this Including tbe Man attan and tho Democratic JUDGE LEONARD Career of tho Nominee for tlie Court of Common Leonard nominated for f the Court of Common was brought o city from Germany when he was a ere He has always lived on the east his popularity is He thirtyseven years old last He re his education In the public schools and at the De La Salle In 877 he was admitted to tbo bar and has Ince practised In 1883 became a member of for Ihe Ho worked hard In Albany and was Instrumental n passing several measures for the benefit of ho In 1887 President Cleveland ap Collector of Internal lor the Third New York an nice which hold until jent Harrison put a Republican In his place n Immediately afterward Hill appointed as Judge t the Judge this with satisfaction to tbe lawyers who practised before and the When election time came around was ex Consumption carries off many of its victims need It can be stopped sometimes sometimes it It is as cruel to raise false hopes as it is weak to yield to false There is a way to help within the reach of most who are LIV ING and Scotts Emulsion of Let us send you a book on the subject 132 South sth New Your druggist keeps Scotts Emulsion of everywhere BROOKLYN FURNITURE BROOKLYN FURNITURE RETAIL 663 to 67 1 Fulton people a day admire the Pretty girls rs Entrancing 2l Gorgeous spec 2 tacle 3 at the E Great 3 at Madison Square sE Seidel 3 Eating is free as and both are 31 satisfying to sight and It costs 50 cents to 3 IE set m 3 You get worth 55 before you get out Flints Fine Fashionable Furniture WE OFFER A NEW BEDROOM SUIT IN ANTIQUE OAK STYLISH AND WELL FOB AND AN ENDLESS VARIETY IN ALL WOODS AT PRICES EX TREMBLY PARLOR A ASSORT MENT IN A matchless exhibit In Wo at fine Dining Chairs at BUY OF THE mm Stores nml cabinet wood mado at uur 166 HHh M f of of 1 3ity of A M SO AM New on A it u SEE OUR EASY CASH OR Durable JO CASH No when loua lime It not took in the nuta tru i le reeling lit the although Mr He For ihe Good of Others Heartily We are pleaded to present this from of the Street Christian I see no reason why a more than who knows ho hesitate to approve an OP MUKIT and from which ho or Ills family been and whoso may torvo to extend those benefits to by their My wife lias for many years been a sufferer from for which she found little fine has tried many 9 that have promised vrell but per formed fall a friend Grave her a bot of It what one bottle could and did do for The attacks of headache lu and woro less violent In their while her general has been Her ap petite has also hoen our experi ence with Hoods I have no hesitation lu Itn no Larger rAte also terms made to FLUSHES and Far or Cn MARTIN 58 EAST 13TH One door weft of WEAK MEN INSTANT HEM 16 I will lend to any a to develop treat oure Tor Loet Vi with was ardently opposed to Hewitt gentle Try a ft p the Furroy vraa outside or Tammany long to the beat family 3un rli SHIPPING ALMANAC FOR NEW MEAN Bandy Hell To nod standard tune fou Incoming DUE St Oot Oat Gibraltar Oot Haraua Oot of Bremen Oot St Saratoga Haraua City at Colon Oot Oot Hamburg Oot 1L St Oot London Oot Oot Hamburg Oat Gibraltar Oot A Feraian London Oot La Cherbourg Oot Oot Gibraltar Oob Gibraltar Oot Liverpool Oot Bremen Oot Oot Oot PORT OF NEW Oot to Henderson Swansea Arkell A Us Massachusetts London to Transport SB Othello Antwerp Sept Id to A Us Marengo Hull Sept to San derson A SB Halley to Panama to J M Coballos 4 Ha to Old minion Sa SB Portia St N to Bow i S N to Wm F A SB of to m if Bs for Ss for 8s for ns lor Ba for Bs of for Welt Via Lone Island Sn Cottam for SB for Cablo Brow Cltr of Mew York for Danta New Vont for Sprae Jersey City from filed for New 800n Pin IX 00t New Britannia 16g
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