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   World (Newspaper) - July 2, 1890, New York, New York                                THE EVENING WORLD WHITER BLUE CIRCULATION GUARANTEED GREATER THAN THAT OF ANY TWO OTHER AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS AVERAGE NUMBER OF COpfes CIRCULATED PER DAY Q O A DURING THE SIX MONTHS OF THE PRESENT UO 1 U t WANTS IN THE WORLD RECORDS OF EXCELLENCE Circulation Open to SBJenu eine obetSlenftjietfonal lefcn ic bic beutftfjcn Hnnonccn ouf bei fecfjftcn SKontag tmb finb Befonbcre in bUIiac Recife Utbiefcn IN THE PRICE TWO NEW JULY PRICE TWO 12 June by the J7 of KBAHK PAHDEE to MAGGIE daughter of the late Stephen of July AHN daughter of the late Henry and Catharine A GREAT FUNERAL Relatives and friends are invited to attend tha uneral nervioes at her late IIM on 3d at 4 oclock June IAM son o the late Charles Kelatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral serviceslat his SOO July at 5 Interment private at Laurel Thursday June her resi PHCEBE in bar 43d Funeral services will be hold on Thursday July 3 at her late 437 West 30th at at 1 P Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to Interment at his Hast July l JOHN In Intermentat Fountains Thursday at 11 GJMBOK BnAN DEBTErKatins late 201 East 45th in the enth year of Ilia Notice of funeral June En WAHD in the 57tn year of nis on 20th AWIA infant daughter of Henry and Helen of New Horvices at Buena 4 Interment at Jnne EMMA wife of John Funeral services at late 62H Brinkerhoff Jersey City on Wednesday July at 8 In terment at convenience of his 350 3d Jersey on Saturday June GEOBOE Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend tho funnral services on Wednesday af July at 4 from the above Interment at on Thursday at the beloved wife of Miohael Dris of County Interment on Thursday Long Island July Relatives and friends invited to attend funeral from residence of his 311 Montgomery Jersey July Bbt2 Monday after a painful at her 181 East 117th HOBAHA wife ol Stephen in the year of htr Funeral July at 1 Great on June widow of Henry in the 55th year ol hw Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from All Saints Great on July at S Train leaves Long Island City at 11 July beloved iusband of Catharine Relatives and friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend the fvmeral from his late 1 Provost Jersey on July at 2 oclock July MAGOro Funeral at 2 oclock Thursday from 310 8th ave Relatives and friends and members of the are At on June MtJMFOBD Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral on Wednesday at from Thomass 5th and 53d It IB kindly requested thai no Sowers be on June In the 8Sd year of his Relatives and friends of tho family are respect fully invited to attend the fnneral from his late 81 Willow at the in Philadel widow of Bight ell late Bishop of New aged Funeral services on Thursday morning oclock at Peters 3d and Pine Intermentat Marys on arrival of due at on June THOMAS son of James of Oo the arrival of his remains they were in terred in tho family plot in Calvary A solemn mass of requiem was offered for tbe repose of his soul at tbe Church of Vincent on June ETHEL infant daughter of Arthur analda aired 1 year 11 a July at xesidence of Friends are July HENST eldest son Of Hendriokand Helena aged 17 1 month and 2 v Funeral July at 3 from Rockaway Juno THOMAS 35 beloved son of Ann and Pat 1 nor Friends and relatives are respectfully invited to attend tho also Court July 0 jithence to Brid 1 gets Interment in Holy July ABBY wife of tho JMe Alfred aged i Funeral from tho residence of her 1848 Fulton Brooklyn thence to Ohurch of Holy Chaunoey be tween Reid and Stuyvesant where solemn requiem mass will be celebrated at 10 July Interment at Calvary Com July at 230 Rodney of aged3 youngest child of Joslah and Lucy Funeral WOO OATHABINE 4 wile of Joseph aged 54 Fnneral from late 253 Berry on July 2 SERIOUS RIOTING IN Soldiers Charge the Striking Many Jnjnrecl July striking employees at the Leeds gas works had a serious con flict with a force of policemen They sticks and bottles as weapons and were indiscriminate in the use oftheir Many on both sides were In the evening troops were summonec from On their arrival a mob pelted themywith stones and the soldiers ohargec the Qne maKisttate many sol and civilians were blacklegs finally deserted the A fe Yorlters rsPHCIAL TO THE 1 Pai July Master BuildersExchange of this perhapo thi beat organization of ita kind in the determined to open a school in which youngmen can obtain a practical knowledge of rdechanical trades without the severe anc drudgery apprenticeship usuali a conference with llioh New York the Association at once appropratoa the which will be opened on il with one hundred scholars in Auchinuty on his part han agreed to when the Bchool shall have anothor atthe end of its styearancl more wben ita second ar shall have been B PastDispatch isented In he a business by the Tribune Building room Postijispntcnis thagreat local paper of luue it in all estimates for advertis yttfuQt tie 11 Ijinbertl Don haoen tfet tlftje Stnnoncen in Kb SB o 1 b abncsuti i finb lider ben BrognrfiBen fleibitTd bicfeltdt geftabt It jebod bnB a i t SS o r I b fjneljr ctIS tiiur fflllldoit bciitjinjer mib jOJcrloiien ntlcltit iff cs leldjt jit on baS bit wttdjc burd tornfliit ttliiuotict flit erne ettUe loftft THE THIRTYONE DUNBAR MINERS WERE BURNED TO THEY PEOBABLY MET THEIR PATE WHILE BUSHING UP THE Entrance to the DeathChamber Effected Yesterday by the Brave The Explorers Encounter FireDamp and Have a Narrow for the Bodies TO THE July hope of recover ing the bodies of the dead miners has been The burning mine may not yield tip its awful mystery for The hirtyone victims met death one grand uneral It is fairly well established that they met their fate in the whither they had rushed after the explosion and there their anhes are now supposed to Tonieht widows and mothers and sweethearts mourn their loss and will not be comforted while their loved ones lie together in a nery sepulchre 500 ieet below the Bur face of the The drill pierced the longsoughtfor mine before daylight this It was with drawn amid sliouta of Hope again burned brightly in hundreds of The first reverse was met when the test of air waa The atmosphere in the burn ing mine was found to contain 20 per of fire as well as much The impossibility of any one living in such a place can be imagined when it is known that fivesixths of 1 per of flre damp will kill a human being who breathes of Tee men had only eleven feetof coal to get out of the Before their willing tools the barrier of coal almost melted An entrance had been The miners withdrew to prepare for the great when all supposed some favorable result would reward Early yesterday morn ing one exploring party was At the face it was bv great clouds of which beat mom back after travelling a few feet into the Hill 1arm At 11 oclock this party the They had not yet given up all The speed of the fan at the mouth of the Mahoniug mine was in creased and a current of air was forced into the mine at a great The smoke at the Hill Farm mine increased and changed in showing that the fan was doing the task required of For three hours and a half the Mahoning mine was At oclock the exploring party formed and started down into the pit on its last The confidence of the men had been shaken by the first failure and they carried with them At thefoot of the manway a line of sentries was Along the narrow passageway the inspectors ready for the signal to advance or Up at the opening was a little group who had in their hands the sig ropes which connected them with the men who were to go in There was 010 time wasted in idle Inspector Frank whose heroism during past week has never been ques Hugh only an humble pit but as brave a man as ever trod the earth and noble Robert Secre tary of the United Mine were se lected to invade the realm where death had held swav for many the life lines about their waists they plunged into the facing a hideous to save their humble comrades These were tha only three who entered the The air was heavy and the smoke but could be For 000 feet these three men climbed over gob pileB and through vacant Not one of life rewarded They then reached the first where Dan Smithand Jack Mitchell had It was vacant not even a dinner bucket or a tool was left as evidence of the wherea bouts of the The men then entered the It was expected that the victims would be found hero huddled in a This waa the room the rescuing party had aimed for and There were two plaoon at the end of the room Where James and Thomaa McLary had Nothing was inthe The drain was filled with water over two feet Every nook and cranny was examined to find some clue of the The aearoh was The men had Jived after the explosion and had gathered np all their belongings before started for the surface of the There were no messages showing that men had expected to With sinking hearts the trio started for the lowest part of the where the butt heading is lo The journey was accomplished under the most trying This the room in which John Cook f It was here the dinner bucket of Patrick Devlin was Beside it lay his bine The bucket was partly The miner had been eating his lunohepn when the accident He had thrown the bread back 111 the closed the lid and rushed to liis The contents were dampened and smelled strongly of Encouraged by their meagre success the men renewed their In the passage leading to the room was found the body of a It had been burst by the gases of It had lived after the but not many The explorers next came to a line ot brattice 100 feet wJiJff of smoke pierced the heavy back of it raged an awful heatwaa They left a chalk line on the wall and They then started irVahew j The length of the signal line had Tying their end to a post the three started down towards the main place where the fit o was They proceeded Keighley was in Doran hold ing on to his and Watfihorn brought up the clinging to When within a few feet of the fire and thirty feet of where the they encountered j The lights in their lamps flickered and died They stood in total darkness struggling for their men started to retrace their Watchoru was in tho On and on they nthgeered and Out of the polluted into air some On and on into total darkness they Doran guiding Watohorn in their1 course almoab by Watchorn loot his way and started dpwn an out carrying with him his two compan This this whlsperedDoran as be pulleq Watchorn start ing the men rushed on back to the safety and back to Panting and trembling from exhaustion the throe men huddled Watchorn Said the pi eRHure of hiw fingers on that olothesline gave him greater pleasure than he ever ex perienced in his while the air that he burdened with the stenclVfroni the decaying waa vweeteft tt hie lungs than the porfumeo of a garden of Across the the odor of ourning human flesh saluted their t ana not till this dauntless salje all They retraced their Ptepa to the drain In an Adjoining room they found the It contained his His blouse lay near His picks and shovels lay at the face of the He had dropped them and hurried with his companions for the The three rescuers had travelled over two miles through the Hill Farm Five working rooms and nine places had been In some places they had to crawl on their stomachs over falls and piles of Their only reward was the finding the body of a two dinner and two Everywhere the air was Be fore this time tomorrow night the spots which they visited will be a raging The men could do no With sinking hearts they slowly made their way back to the Slahoning mine where their com panions were anxiously waiting on and told them the result of their A STRIKE A Serious State of Aflalrs at the eminent Prlntlne TO THE 1 July serious state of affairs exists in the Government Printing A strike likely to involve the com positors and a majority of the pressmen is The pressmen of the office have heretofore belonged to a union under a charter issued by the International Typo graphical Three months ago the pressmen secured a charter from an entirely separate known as the In ternational Printing Pressmens At the May meeting of the Pressmens Union a resolution was adopted transferring alle giance in accordances with the transfer of minority of the how opposed the and claimed to reorganize under the old charter and ap pealed to the International Convention of the Typographical Union at its recent meet ing at for aid and The Typographical Union adopted a reso lution ot recognition and promised sup A few days ago the minority press mens union preferred charges of conspir acy against five of their old comrades and adopted a resolution expelling them from the President of the Inter national Typographical has arrived in Washington in response to the call of the minority pressmens A meeting will be held of the Columbia Typographical Union and minority pressmens and President Plank threatens that unless the five pressmen against whom charges have been preferred are expelled from the Gov ernment Printing Office a strike of the com positors and pressmen will be At least six hundred men are involved in the TROUBLE ABOUT THE PropertyOwners Object to Holding the Fair on the July The local Board of Directors of the Worlds Fair met today and by unanimous vote subject to the approval of the National to hol3 the Fair on the lake front and at Jackson The proportions in which it shall be divided were left sub ject to the necessities of the case as they might develop relative to securing more or less land on the lake While the Board was in session a deputy sheriff served notice upon Chairman Gage that a bill for an injunction to restrain the Board the lake front for Worlds Fair filed by owners of abutting and that if any attempts were made to so nse it the complainants would push for the issuance of the ing who filed the bill on behalf of the said We do not propone to move for an in junction It ia not necessary until something further is We filed the bill now in order that the Worlds Fair people could not ask did you let us go ahead with this matter and make no objection We will press the ap plication for injunction tho moment any move is made towards carrying out the pro posed He Hated the The body of Henry the musician who shot himself infront of 810 West Fortyfirst street Monday was yes terday taken in charge by He lived at 70 East One Hundred ahd Twentyfirst street and left a widow and two young He had been a player in the Casino ac Mount Morris Park ever ainoe the house waa opened and left his home with the intention of going to work the evening of his He lost a little about ten months ago and his wife was sick for several It forced him in debt This and the grief caused by his daughters it is unset by his rtled bin mind and made him melancholy and In aome of his memorandum books were sen tences which show that he had a hatred for the stage and that his suicide was premedi One ran Only not to see painted faces is worth to Please do not let tho children go on Another one was The children should go to Teach them not to Teach them to be Hana must not stay with If possible pend him to an industrial school earlier or I am a good I always have Botitous Bribery July In the House 1oday Representative of submitted a substitute for the report of the Bribery He pronounced the West End system of influence nparalleled in the his tory of The substitute said that the evidence showed that the West End pur chased the whole lobby and hired promi nent politicians and lawyers to influence the paying large sums the total being estimated at over In conclusion Goulds substitute Baid This company and its officers have used cor rupt because tney chose them ana have chosen to carry them to a limit never before reached in tins npon wiilch they have brought A hot debate Bepreaentative of asserted that the report was not whitewash and demanded an apology of Williams for formulating the The House finally adopted the Committees report and approved its findings by a vote of 134 to A Newspapers New rsPKCIAL TO THE July The plans for the new building of the Chicago Heraia have juat been made ThoHeralef saya THE WOULD haa talked more or lesa approvingly of the gigantic buildings dedicated to jour nalism in New York and other The new building of the Chicago Herald will neither paralyze the spectator byimnienae proportions nor astonish him by the lavish costliness of itu Despite these modest the Heralds new home will be a model of comfort Scott and his energetic eoworkera are to be congratu lated upon their prospects of soon entering a home commenBnrate with their Capsized In the Lucy Nelly Joaie Frank Thomas Dillon and Jamea Fnl ton were in a rowboat on the Harlem Eiver at 80 oclock last A minute later they were in the ihe boat having cap Capt of the yacht fibbed the struggling people out of the Steins Tokay UnKoelled in HAZARD Wholeule fcSold y PDKOB prorootn good fellowship and giro cunt it heartj READY FOR THEIR THE WOMEN iWHO WILL ACT AS FACTORY SKETCHES OF THE APPOINTEES TJITOEE THE NEW All Are Competent and Have the Wel fare of Worklncwomen nt The Appointees for New York They Are Well Known and of Their The newly appointed women Deputy Fac tory Inspectors for the State of Now York will begin their work on July They are Alexander of 104 Second avenue Miss Margaret of 40 Marion street Miss Julia and Miss Electa of of 378 Herkimer is appointed for Miss Ber tha Asohoff for Albany and Mar garet Gibson for There is one appointment still to be These appointments were made in accord ance with the Factory Inspectors which became a law through the agitation made by the EVENING The women inspectors will receive a salary of a year and their The reason that so many appointments went to New York and Brooklyn is that the demand for women inspectors came especially from this section of the The women se lected by State Factory Inspector Connolly are particularly well adapted to the work mapped out for They are directly connected with the labor and are thoroughlyfamiliar with the workinggirls and their ALEXAWDEB Alexander a highly edn cated and attractive in i She is thedaughter of tho late Maenus who was one of the editors of the BtaatsZettvna and also Commi sioner of pi HealthAlderman and He was prominent not only in the political aren but in various charitable Bremer is wellknown for her charity and and she is prominent in several societies for the welfare of working In when she was Miss Kate sne got up afnir and secured large subscriptions for the benefit of the widows and orphans of the soldiers of the Franco Frussian She married Bromer soon Her husband is prominent in labor mat ters and local He is at present travelling on business through Bremer is Corresponding Secretary of the New York German Hospital and a mem bejr of the Society of She re cently brought influence to bear unon the Legislature to grant 000 to the HOB pitaL Her appointment was secured by Sen ator and she was Indorsed by the Stockier I am very glad to have received the ap she said to a WOULD reporter I shall certainly do my best in the new field to which I have been I know that I shall like the and trimt that I may be instrumental in bettering the condition of the working MISS HAEQABET Miss 4Maragaret Finn is peculiarly well and came to this citytwenty years ago to accept a position in a paperbox fac She now lives at 40 Marion street with her She was one of the original members of the Working womens and up to last night was employed by the paperbox manu factory of Dufclmes 63 Prince street She resigned to the regret of her who have only kind words Her appointment was not secured the womens and in f genuine Ithink that I am qualified by my perience for the duties of my new she said to the I am of course pleased at the and have mailed my acceptance to the State Factore Miss Julia Early is a and lives with her mother at 919 Eighth She wag for several employed by the arge drygoods firm of Stern Her experience with workinc girls has been and she will undoubtedly be success ful in her new She was born in New York two doors above where Bhu now Ror father John died but Miss Early prominent in Catholic church and was indorsed for her present Bositinn by tho Panlist Senator Mayor Police Justice Mcliahon and ALL HONOR TO HIS MONUMENT UHVEILED BEFOKE A DismatnsHED MISS JTJLIA 11 have already accepted the appoint she said to THE WOULD and shall enter upon my now duties next I know that I shall take great in terest in the work and am very happy to have been chosen for tbe Eliza the Brooklyn ap is a widow and lives at 378 Herkimer She was born in New York in and haa lived in this city and Brooklyn all her fine has always been deeply interested in labor movements and is in every respect a iriend of the working She is by occupation a school and has been employed in Schools 10 and this Her rivals for the inspectorship were Miss Hay and Miss Margaret Electa of in well fitted for the She is well educated and a friend to working Margaret of in the widow of a former President of the Syra cuse Bhirtmakers Union who was killed by an accident in She is indorsed highly by the labor element of Miss Bertha of is em ployed in the State Factory Inspectors Office and is an earnest advocate of workingwomans She vvas at one tinio blacklisted by the Amsterdam Mills for her part in tho labor troubles affecting that BANKER PACKERS DEAL It Ijod Him to Certify Checks When He Had No IBMOIAL THE July 1 President of tho Park National who was arrested by a United States Deputy Marshal and held in bonds by missioner Hayne yesterday waived examination today and will be brought before the Federal Grand He is charged with certification of a threetliousanddollar check by his own bank at a time when he had but in funds in the the bank yesterday Bank Examiner Stureos came across a chock drawn by Packerfor The books gave no account of this sum and Sturees found that when this check was Packer had a credit of only nevertheless had certified it and put it through the The accused ban resicned the Presidency the bank and VicePresident Bob proprietor of the Thirty first Street which was lately forced to has imitated Packerfl friends assert that his act is simply a technical error unattended by any criminal A suit by the Btorey heirs against Packer for whose trial was put over this afternoon until after the Summer reveals one of tho financiers 1hia is tho forfeit on tho purchase of the Storey estate as contemplated by Alexander Molntosh and Ira These wanted to secure the property with a viotw of selling at a farce as a site for a new Baptist When the heirs finally set as their Packer and Holmes accepted without knowledge of Packer agreeing to put up as forfeit niouey to in sure his performance of the contract to It seems that Packer had in his possession a check of MoIutoshH for that This check was to be used in pay ing workmen engaged in a building which Molntosh was The latter had only 500 jn the Park but this fact did liot prevent Packer from securing a certification of the check by his own hank and depositing check with Eames to hold pending the negoti ation with the Storey Mcln touli got news of this and threatened to Packer arresstnd under o Federal law fixing a penalty of live yearn imprisonment for a certification of a cheek by a National bank in which the drawer has no induced Eames to return Mclntoshs check and one made by Packer and Holmes then went on with their with the Storey Although the price to be paid the Storey heirs was but the two schemers wanted them to express the consideration at as they proposed to make tho Battiats pay for the But the men who were promoting the idea of a university at this juncture backed out and the deal falling through the Story heirs demanded the forfeit money of The latter to par on the ground that Packer claimed ho alone was entitled Then Barnes filed a bill of inter pleader to hnAG the courts determine to whom the money was Fun Honora the twoyearold child oi John a stableman employed on East Sixtyfourth must be made of India Her mother left the child in charge of tier older Sister last night while she went in toan adjoining room of her flat on the fifth floor of the tenementhouse at 225 The sister sat little Honoraon the window and she com menced to crow and jump with JEitfallv Bhe reached tor a butterfly that flew past the open window and jumped clear on of her sisters Pjpwn she Directly under the win in the doorway of the sat John a reading a Hopora struck the tearing it in lighted upon Hurlels knees and bounced of right in to the arms of twelveyearold Jimmr who was standing Upon the An ambulance was summoned from Belle and when it anived the aur geon examined Honora and said Bhe was but Very slightly DocUlnff Valleys i TO TBK July was rumorec on1 the street today ttiat Hocking Valley stock was changing hands anc speculation us to the cause of it waa When asked about the report Presidem informed THE WOBLD correspondent that be not believe any unusual trans fers were being made if the books failed to show Senator Turples Hill Sickles and Olliern Present at the from Grover Sherman and Presi dent July to day fitly honored one of her most illustrious To His memory has been unveiled a nonument whose solidity isan expression of the indelible love with which a State and Nation cherish his The weather waa beautiful and thousands upon thou sands of people surged in from all direc Thousands of flags and thousands of lonri to In America in aerrioe be Baltimore via JerMf Reading mad ui NDIANA PAYS A TRIBUTE TO HER ILLUSTRIOUS early as in the first month of the in a letter to some of his old con Btitucnta of Shelby he wroteand published these words Since the war commenced I havo uniformly said that 1 regarded it aa tho duty of tlie citizens of Indiana to respect and to maintain the au tbority of the General and to MILE IN an nonost and earnest support to the prosecu tion of the until in the providence of God it may be brought to an honorable conclusion and the blenBlncrs of peace be restored to onr postponing until that time all contro versy relating to the causes and responsibility No man will feel a deeper solicitude in the conflict of arms to which they are called than Senator Turpie then referred to the com pliment Abraham Lincoln paid Hendricks at the close of the the speaker paid a high tribute to the ability of Hendrieks as a He sketched with minuteness his career in public life from the close of the war to his and concluded in the following words He was truly a man of varied learning and full also of that wisdom nnborrpwed from the schools not distrustful of for the cause which he to put all that men lawfullymay to the and of a fixed fidelity to principle which brooked in its course neither despair nor IS QLABING SIHB BEOUGHT OBI Dt THE STBONQEST THE HENDBICKS yards ot bunting are floating from the win dows and roofs of thebuaineas houses of Never Before was such a display seen in the The parade was a notable The pro cession formed on the Circle about the new soldiers Having place in the line besides the local and State organi the Duckworth Cincinnati the Comity of Chicago the Thurman of the of the Hen dricka of and many lesser Music was furnished by numerous bands from includ ing the Second Begiment of The about a mile in moved at 1 oclock to the site of the statue at tho southeast corner of the State House The while not remark able as to was rather ao in the scope of its New York and Missouri were In the first carriage sat Senator Sculptor Parks and President of the Monument Associ At the monument an amphitheatre had been erected for the distinguished guests and a chorus of school chil The crowd hushed aa the fresh voices of tbe little school children swelled in the patriotic The Model of began the speech making with a brief address of in which ho thanked the visiting officials for their courtesy in Judge Band then took the and after prayer Sickles was lifted forward and introduced aa bringing a memorial from Tammany I am commissioned by the most ancient political organization in this to brine this tribute and place it on the tomb of More than thirty years ago I was commissioned to place one on Daniel Websters Hendricks was the colleague of Mor Chase Lincoln and all giants of the great No can lose such loaders without deep and long felt In allow me to hand this to in memory of your who ever cherished the prin ciples of and whose memory will be ever dear to Tammany He handed to Hendricka a handsome wreath made of white and Hen stepping forward and with a deep replied in a few words which were drowned in the hubbub occasioned by the moving crowdd in endeavoring to catch a glimpse of the honored Judge Rand read the historical statement and then the arm of Hen he escorted her to the base of the where she drew the veil of the national colors from the bronze of her husband amid the shouts of that vast and the booming of the The ode written by Whitcomb Eiley was then The last verse is as followa meed of a peoples Born above wrangle and fray Still warmly homed in the hearts Kauffht of thy virtues shall vanish away Still in security ID thy purity Fixed as tby towrlns and outwearing All time declaring it Bronze snail outbrave not tUe legends ot love 1 Senator Turpie then made the address of the He reviewed in detail the career of paying special attention to his position during the Civil His judgment upon the questions of that perilous time wan Aa Faultlessly discreet in equally undisturbed by the clamor of dissent 01 with intuitive discern ment in the adaptation of means most ex cellent to the noblest with marveloui prevision of though he purposed yet he accomplished ranch for his countrys Had ho lived in the age of classic an apotheosis might have followet his hi one supremely critical junc ture of our National for many like Fabius of he walked and safely kep field of meriting in this the simple yet august decree o f the conscript fathers Ho hath deserved well of the We unveil here today tkis monumental reminding us of hn life and pres ence in the goodly fellowship of those storied emblems of tho administration ol and of wherein he bore so large a His fame depends upon ma terial yet more the fabric of his words and ennobled by the patriotic aims to which they For it may well bo believed there was something sbout such a of that which passeth He had genius of statesmanship alike befitting the majestic assemblies and the highes councils of a free To belongs the In the vast halls of the future its greetings are its audiences are held posterity throngs to the In their midst it clad with a radiant nimbus of and neither nor nor northings paet nor nor things to of whatever may dim or tar nish its unfading conclusion of Senator Tnrpiea ad dress brief speeches were made by Francis and and after a benediction by Bishop Chatard the assem blage The following letters of regret were re ceived from President Sher man and exPresident Cleveland EXECUTIVE June i MY DXAB Bin The President desires me to ac knowledee the receipt of your note of invitation to attend the unvellinfrof the monument to the lemory joi the late Thomas Hendrlcks on uesday July and to thank you In view of his public It la not probable that he will be able o be present on that Very trul Private 75 WEST 71ST I June John Secretary HendHctca Jfortutnan MTDEAK Sifi I have the honor to aclcnowl edge the receipt of the invitation of your Exeoa tlve Committee to be present at the very Inter estlng ceremony of unveiling the statue erecte to the memory of the late illustrious ant dearly beloved Thomas It is with deep that I am compelled to forego the acceptance of this my engagements for all July not admitting oi a possible addition Again reirrettins that 1 cannot be with I am very truly Jnne John 1 acknowledge with thanks the In vitation I have Just received to be present at th imvellimr of tho monument to tue memory o tbe late Thomas Hendricks on the first day o July It Is I to assure you of the satis faction It would afford mo to testify my respec and affection for your distinguished fellow townsman by joining those who will gather t honor his memory on the occasion yon oontem Hjr eminent public service and his faith ful disoMjrge of many andimportant official du tiesretttpr the commemoration of his public am privaty Virtue most fitting and I sincerely regret that a positive enfragemen fortue day appointed for the unveiling of th monnment erected to his memory makes it iin possible for me to accept your Your very GBOVEB Dying of Stnb James of SO street iu from stab wounds in flictod upon hirnin a melee which occurrec between Foliah and Irish laborers on Nep perhau avenue last Saturday Ther islrardly a chance of Develena recovery Monday his assailants were arrested as the were about to leave Yeatorda Judge in the City Court held John aged nineteen Miehao twentyone Joseph and Joseph without ba to await the result of Develens FOB nothing equal PONDS IE VIGOROUSLY ARRAIGNS HARRI SONS A Scathing Review of the Scandalons Proceedings of This Congress He Shows How the Census a Being man ipulated for Partisan Purposes of the Basest SPEOIAl TO THE July Hill poke the Hendricka he great hall was His remarks were most enthusiastically received and were frequently interrupted by he Governor among other things Our country ia making a remarkable hapter in her A strange spectacle 3 that with which her people have ieen confronted at the seat of govern A party excluded for four years rom control of tho administration nd now vested with power n all branches of is riding ough shod over the precedents and prac ices of a exercising powers never ntended to be conferred upon the violating tho traditions and irinciples of the invading the irivate rights of encroaching upon tho prerogatives of threaten ng the integrity of the Constitution and erioualy undermining the fonnda ions of our free An ra of partisanship has been iegun such as has characterized no period if our history save that of the The ntereatu and welfare of the bountry are orgotten and neglected in the wild scram ble for the spoils of while n the insatiate greed for power and in the yrannical usurpation of authority no party las ever shown moro flagrant disregard of ihe rights of a 1 These are not the prejudiced utterances of a political They are thecare ully considered words of one who believes that strict adherence to the theory of our systom is essential to the preservation of American The iendency of the Bepublican party is owarda the subversion of those institu Individual local self rights of popular equal pure and economical administration are all imperilled in the reckless strides which that body is making towards centralization in The Federal system whiott our forefathers planned In operation a Wise proviaions we have prospered as no other na tion under the It haa been auDjected to severe but haa been preserved in most of its original Time has vindicated the wisdom of its fine division of but now when the land is peaceful and with no unusual condition which might justify even a slight straining of constitutional limits tbo party in control of the Govern ment is breaking down the safeguards of liberty nponnomore justifiable ground than the perpetuation of its own The record which this party has made in its brief restoration to power is the great political issue before the It is the sudden de velopment of Hamiltonianism intensified but undignified by such creditable It involves various phases tyrannical abuse of hnge schemes of extravagant ex legislative favoritism by the enactment of high arbitrary laws and malicious interference of Federal but in all phases it stands forthe unwarranted usurpation of power on the part of the general I beg four indulgence while I remind you of what this brief but eventful record conaiata and urge yonr efforts as patriots and aa partisans against the dangerous growth of centralization which it Congressional repre sentation Let na aee what this party has done in In the first for the period of three months the ma jority prevented the adoption of rules for the guidance of the HOUBV flff fearing that by rights usu ally thus reserved to minorities the majority might be checked in their efforts to increase their representation in the matter of con tested Such a course had never before been pursued since the organization of the Acting without the House proceeded to consider elec tion An autocratic Speaker refused to recognize Democratic in quick auccession Democrat after Demo crat was ousted from his seat and their places given to Less than a quorum voted and less than a majority was arbitrarily decided sufficient for the con mmmation of the There wai no pretense of There was no con sideration of the cases upon their There little or no sion A protest even waa The Republicans needed the seats held by their and they took It was plain and Democratic representatives who apparently were allowed to be present only by the courtesy of the majority could merely sit silently by and witness the wrongs The Speaker refused to recognize any appeals from his Such proceedings are not only a disgrace to our American but opposed to American It re maina to be seen whether the fairminded and conservative electors of this coun try will sustain the majority in their reckleas I do not believe they It has been my ob servation that such political crimes only react upon their No politi cal party can long endure whose success is based upon perjury and usurpa The day of retribution sooner or later surely Justice travels with a leaden but strikes with an iron In the United States two liepub licanb from the new State of hav ing no honest claim to were admitted to swell the Thin outrage not perpretratod even under the forms of because their alleged credentials were no toriously defective ana It was done because the necessities of party were supposed to demand For the   

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