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   World (Newspaper) - November 27, 1890, New York, New York                                THE BEST ACCOUNT OF THE FOOTBALL CAWJE IN TODAYS EVENING GUARANTEED GREATER THAN THAT OF ANY TWO OTHER AMERICAN NEWS PAPERS AVERAGE NUMBER OF COPIES CIRCULATED BAY DURING TEN MONTHS OF THE PBESBNT YEAlC UtU lUU Circulation to AIL tm Git tint obev Ssknftyttfcmal lejen btc Stmiomcn cuf bcr Icfetett I unb flnb fccfonbete In befs CtfliflC an Mtftti PK1CE TWO NEW NOVEMBER PRICE TWO 12 PAGES PARNELL STILL HE WILL NOT RESIGN UNLESS HIS PARTY ASKS HIM IEI8H NATIONALISTS MEET TWICE BDI KEAOH BO DILLON AND OBEIEN CABLED TO SAY WHAT BE The Grnvest Criala In Irlnli AfTnlrn Rlnoe Either Parnell Blunt Retire or Glnilntono Will Jtintin McCarthy Censured lor Withhold tiff Gladstones Letter NntloDnlist Ejcpresn the Strongest Aftection for but Admit that Ilin RntlrRinent In to Have tbe OBrJeni Earnestly ReeommoniN tlio Party to Open Friendly Coininnnicution with Glndfitone Tho Matter Will lie Settled Next The Catholic Union of Buffalo StamU by By tho Prtus PubHaMnff Ifeic Yarlc I SPECIAL CABLE DESPATCH TO THE Tlio crave crinis on the question of Parnells leadership contin ties and IB not likely to be settled for some Not since the memorable day in when the dissenting Liberals decided to vote against Gladstones Home Bule bil has there been such excitement in politics circles as at the present 1 At Westminster fpday the members o the Liberal Irish party discussed the Bitua tion amid great Gladstone i firmly determined to retire perma nently from public life it Parnel continues a aud on bis resting on the unanimous vote of hie party bv which ho was reelected ii equally resolved up to the present to main tain his A special meeting of the Irish party held today to consider Gladstones It was presided over by Parnell anc lasted from 2 until when there was an adjournment for an hour and ft i was resumed from 5 until and finally was adjourned until Monday to allow time for the Irish delegates in America to discuss the question and cable theii to their The prolonged duration of the meeting and many othtu signs point to the fact that considerable dif ference of opinion exists and that things an not working as smoothly as could bo deaireci Several of the of the Irisl party are ready to step ParneUa clioe if he resigns and it is mainly this poiu which ifi causine ao much Nearly seventy members were present a the Parnell expressed him self as quite willing to abide by the decision of the ha recognized as rep resentative of the Speeches wen made by Justin Sexton and other members in which they stated that i they had been in possession of Gladstone letter at the mooting yesterday it migh have influenced their Throughou all tho speeches the strongest affection foi and gratitude to Parnell for his irn equalled services were expressed and were warmly applauded by all bu the hard facts of the situation were plainly put It wia urged tha Gladstones retirement would mean the disruption of the Home Bule the loss of Eveat portion of the Noneoniormis vote and the rout of the Home Bnlo party at the next general This would en tail not merely the postponement of home rule for an indefinite but the perpet uation of coercion administered in a more brutai spirit than ever by the if they got a fresh lease of This would in volve tremendous strain on Nationalist re Bourcos and the old difficulty of keeping an exasperated people within the lines of con stitutional action would arise in its mos acute As far as the members oi the party were personally concerned they one and all declared that they would face anything rather than part with Parnell bu there were the Irish people to be consid the evicted who were looking to the geneial election to regain their and the local who are daily feeling the stress of Other members put Parnell in tho fore front and argued that it would be surren dering the independence of the party if they were to be dictated to in the choice of their and whatever the Liberals might threaten they would not an it would mean the exclusion oi their own party from The proceedings throughout were Conducted witt i the utmost good feeling and whi jit was finally decided to adjourn until Motfciay no definite decision had been Enmor has it that tho majority of the party favor Parnells but no division was The delay will give time for reflection and crisis to define It would hare beeli undignified for tho party to have altered at less tlian a days notice tho decision solemnly taken when it reeleoted What the upshot of the crisis may be no man can prophesy with but af fairs are showing a decided teudencyin the direction of Parnelle Parnell have no temporary retire ments If he goes it will be for EITHER PARNELL OR Dillon and OBrien Asked to Decide Which It Hlmll no fnUNtAPS CABLE NEWS 1 attitude of defiance is tbo sensation of tlio Throughout ihe length and Breadth of the United Kingdom it is acknowledged that a choice must now bo liiacle between Par nell and as tho latter has committed himself beyond the possibility of a change of The Parnellites continue firm in thoir de termination not to change soyiug that as Gladstone went and pot Parnell to the Liberal loader oan as he They uaim that they have a solid phalanx at members in the Honee of and can thus dictate their own They intend to adhere to their t even though it should result in postponing Homo Rule from ten to twenty Gladstones chagrin over the disclos ures resardmu Pnriiell may be partially ex plained by tho iact that he was assured a year ago by the Irish leader that tho reports connecting his name with that of OBhea were devoid of The statement is made by Paruells colleacues that his nrivate Henry went around yesterday among he mombers of the Wsh Parliamentary narty previous to the meeting of the party and told them that if Parnoll were unanimously reelected to the leadership he would then resign or retire for a time into private It is also a iact that Justin McCarthy had iu his both before and during the time of the Mr Gladstones letter pointing out tho necessity of Parnells and this letter was not communicated to any member of tlio party except Under the circumstances ho was unanimously re elected to the A groat deal will depend upon the reply which Dillon and OBrien will send to the message tlmt has been forwarded to them to America asking their If declare that the safety of tlie Home liule cause renuiros Parnells retire ment there Is no doubt but that tho party will iepoao Michael Davitt has ust been seen by a Dalziel reporter on the nubect and he said If Paruell does not retire and the party does not depose him tlio cause ol Home llule is I will not say it but It will be certainly dead for the next ten years beyond all hope of A great deal of blame is attached to Justin McCarthy because of his conduct in not mentioning at the earlier meeting of tho Irish party the which he knew Gladstone then Great anxiety is felt in the highest Liberal etrclos on the the impression pre vails that Gladstone intends to seize the opportunity to retire from political Uuriim the second meeting today it be came known that if iPavnell did not give way sixteen of followers intended to their Nolan was the ouly member who spoke in favor of Paruells retention of his Justin Mc Carthy iu the course of his speech mado frecinent touching allusions to Panells great eacritices for the Irish and these allusions were received with the cheers of his He concluded in tiieso words Gladstones letter has placed us in a very difficult but due consideration it Is to be honed that Parnoll will see his way clear to retire tor the at frcm the aud so save the sacred cause ol Irish legislative John Sexton and Cummins aud others spoke iu a similar Communications are to be opened with Dillon and OBrien and other col America to net their The latest expressions suggest a feeling of mu in the party m consequence of Parnolis dogeed determination to MICHAEL DAVITfS What Pnrnell Tolil Will Suc ceed to the DUKLAPS CABLE NEWS 1 Michael Davitt left the conference held this evening by the chiefs of the Nationalist movement he gave the writer a full and categorical statement of tun views of the effect of the Parnell scan dal upon the cause of Home He ap peared to be suffering of This is uuqueption ably the most serious that has arisen during the last twenty years in connection with tho Irish It is now a question whether the Irish people are to lose all chances of Home Rule for tho nexttdozon by clinginff to a discredited character and tho leadership of or by him they shall secure that for which lreiad has made 11 sacri fices in supporting tho L and National Lfaaerne The decision practically with tho Irish Parliamentary for Parnoll ia being appealed t in by the men who have worked with him faithfully since he entered public life by the best friends of Home Bule in Great and at the meeting held this by Justin Sexton and his most trusty Ho was loaf to all these appeals and still resolves to main tain his position at any cost to the Irish The Irish Parliamentary party has ad journ od further consideration of this mat ter until next Monday in order allow tho National feeling in Ireland to express and with aview also of hearing what tlie Irish delegates in America arid the friends of the Irish cause beyond tlio At lantic have to I believe by Mon day next Ireland will demanded Parnolls I cannot conceive that there will be any hesitation in choof iniz between him and Home for the choice is now narrowed down to that Parnell mmiteo or 1 It would appear that forty or fifty meni ers of tlie party aro desirous that honld remain in his present but be opposing minority includes all the old nd more experienced If public eeling in Ireland and tho opinions of the Irish in America reinforce that section of the Parliamentary narty which now de mands 1arnolls retirement he will find it mpossible to resist any Should the Liberal party abandon the cause of Home that cause will be pnc jioally at the mercy of the present Tory That Government will be re turned with an increased majority at the next general and the people of Ire aud will then have nothing to look forward o but a continuation of Lord Salisbury a Twnnty years of a resolute govern ment will be decided nexb there fore it is the most momentous ietue that has iriseniu connection with theIrish question or tho last quarter of and as I said in the begmniuK observations t will rest with the publlp opinion of Ireland and the Irish in Amentia 19 make heir views cnown between this time and Monday Do you that in the eventnf Farnelft retirement Justin McCarthy will succeed to the leadership aeto he probably He is at Dreaeat the but he is not at all in my to be the eaderof a combative althoueh he is a very reliable and cultured man and thor oughly faithful to the Irish Who then will be most likely to euoceed j Parnoll Is there any chance of your being called to the post I do not know who will be tho but I myself am entirely out of the ques What do yon think of Dillons chance If Dillon wore at home I have not the slightest doubt but that he would get a majority of the votos of the He ia not popular in blithe is very highly reipeoted by the Home lUilers here in Great He is a man of unques tionable earnestness and great and ho I bo the most popular of the five or six men who might be considered to have claims on the Davitt expresFed the opinion that should Dillon and OBrien take sides one way or the other it would go far towards de ciding the Davitt commented strongly upon tho neglect of Catholic authorities in Ireland to properly condemn Parnolls He ntates that when the scandal IYBEJ first broached he Baw Parnell about it and the latter said 1 want you to go back to Ireland and tell our friends I goihg to gotout of this without the tightest Btain on my name or 1 fully believed con tinued that ho was entirely I immediately nent and told Tolin then I crossed over to Ireland and told Archbishop Morley was delighted and the Archbishop intensely I told everybody I had never known Parnoll to lie and until tho charge was proved I believed implicitly in his I wrote to friends in Australia and America and repeated those very anduntil the verdict of the jury waa given I fully believed his inno So matter what the issue may be on Monday next I shall have nothing nioro whatever to do with him long as he My own opinion is that Thomas Sexton will be the future He is the ablest allround man in the They may nut the leadership in the hands of a That would be my committee composed Healy and OBRIEN IS FOR Hu Clearly Indicates the Nature of Ills OBrien re ceived an Press reporter in his rnnm at the House thin eve In answer to a question regarding the contents of the cablegram which he sent today to the Irish party in he said Inaamuch aa it was a confidential com munication to of my own party I Jo not feel at liberty to say further than that I our Darty to open immediate and friendly communication with despatch to Natiou alisTfriends in London read follows Iu view of oiir oblieallohs to tho interests ofour causo and the respanaiblli lios ve ijave contracted to the Irish tenantry on tho faith of a general foiiffht incor flial alliance with tho Liberal I would earnestly recommend the party to open imme diate friendly communications with Glad OBrien added that he had wived who in in the sub stance of the foregoing Dil lon will join Olivien here GILL IS CONSERVATIVE VarcBlindniv PurnellM tno only member of the Irish delegation toddy in New was in telegraphic communication with the other who five in different parts the country addressing meet and with his colltacuos in Parliament in reference to Gladstone Gill statOH that the meeting of tho party today in London was postponed for a few at the suggestion of the rlel eaateu to afford them an opportunity of consulting Thoy will probably meet for this purpose on Friday at Cincin and by that time a full interchange of views will have taken Gill warns friends and sympathizers of the Irish cause in this to beware of forming hasty conclusions on tho infor mation thus far He declares his fiat disbelief in the alleged angsir of Irish mombers at Parnells alleged refusal to summon a second He is equallr incredulous as to the statement that an Irish member said that the Irish party would follow Parnoll even if Home Rule were put back for fifteen He such statements are perfectly A crave crisis has undoubtedly been caused by tho publication of Glad stones but the Irish their leader may be relied npon to act in this crisis with the same unity and disregard of self which have characterized their policyfor the past eleven and which constitute tlicir chief clnim to the confidence of the people whom they have eo ably und faithfully Parnoll ana the Irish Parliamentary party wilj decide tho presented to them by Oiaciptonen letter apart from any personal consideration and wholly on considerations for tile bent inter ests of cause which he and they have brought to the threshold of and which is to all of them the most nacred con cern of their Asked as to the probable decision of the Gill would give no He that when Parnells niouch was unsealed the judgment on which has now been formed completely from re would be pre sented in a very different light and the clamors that have been raised against him would be this might mitigate the Gladstone ap peaiH to be of the opinion that the general effect of the episode wouM ho to cause such an abstention at tue polls nnioue certain clauses of Liberal voters as to seriously ionpaLdixe the of a Liberal victory at the General This probable calamity will be weighed against that of the lots of Parneiru leadership for the time I feel said that the next few days will allow all parties con cerned to consider the situation more and will enable a cordial under standing to be arrived at between the Eng lish and Irish Home Bulers in a manner which will be as gratifying to tbo Grand Old to whom Ireland owes so as it will be honorable to the people and the peerless leader who has oondnoted such as theyinovor attained before in their IRELANDS GREATEST Itlnbop nyinn Oraninl Orenn nelieven Parnell Should Itemnln the SPECIAL TO THK OaOtoHa Bishop Byans official speaks editorially tpnny concerning thus When a great man stumbles in the path of personal excellence there ia never want ing a howling mob of potty who attempt to gain Importance by onndemninc him whose importance makes their anarling judgment The unhappy scandal of the OShea divorce has given the foes of Irelands greatest leader the long Bought for opportunity to feed fat the ancient grudge and hato they bear enmity ftmi secret malice have together ioined their voices against a statesman notwithstanding any and all de fects inherent in his private stands out as one of the impres gienntio and illuatriouB ficiirea in the history of the Michael Davitt calls upon Pnrnell to efface As well might one flnk the Rooky Mountains to lift iu mist or the pyramids to coase to tower above the The fame belongs to nothing he may nor enemies nor friends can destroy the imperisha ble facts of liin croat ThiH audacious demand comes from that riesfc of uersonal the loathsome anil lecherous Tory The editorial refers to tbo infamies of Cleveland how they were aud bays such people hold up their hands in horror at who is riescrtbed as honorable man who has han not A powerful argument n made t to retain the SENATOR HAMPTON HIS SON TIRES AT BIRDS AND HITS HIS THEY WERE IN MISSISSIPPI WHEN THE ACCIDEHT A MisllmlfrtnrtflliiK About n Tip ItfHuHu nniltr for a by the Frens Publishing York I DESPATCH TO THE Brodie got into trouble with the police last night throngh smashing a According own Htory he and his wife wont tpDrury Lane Theatre to see ft popular After the show was over hailed a cab and ordered the driver to take them to the Criterion Having arrivsd there Brodie tendered tlie cabman one which was tho proper but cabbyde manded an extra or a Brodie mistook tho word and thought the man asked for a or so hero fused to pay the Tho cabman jumped off his grabbed Brodie by the tore his collar and knocked his hat Brodie got savage and gave ant tremendous smash in the aplittirjK his The police were called and were going to lock the American but cabman said he his name and as ho intended to mon address and expects to hear of the JUST FOR A SOCIAL Tlmlo Why He Called on Daniel Lamout was back in his office in the fourth rtory of tho Mills building yesterday in consultation with a number of having returned by the morning train from where he had 1 a consultation with which politicians fit once wore inclined to BUKpect promised great thingB for a settlement of the vexed question as to who Bhould be the candidate for Ihe Bulled ritatcB Senator It was felt by them that went with an olivo branch from Cleve land to saying that the former would do all iu Mu power to further the Uovernorfl canvass for the to impreHS upon him that his candidacy liiul Clevelands strongest The interview was somewhat and in ttio inimitable style of Lamont it was at its that it was entirely satis factory to Wo tallied of many Lamont in the hour wo were couldnt nay just how but did not once touchupon BO serious a subject as the United Stolen I wasnt requested to call upon Hill by Cleveland to explain to him the nature of his Btronu feeling and hearty Kymonthy for Gov Hills candidacy for the Seuator 1 merely upon be cause I was in Albany in attendance upon the meeting of the directors of the Noiv Yortt and Greenbush Bridge 1 was glud to BOO apparently be was glftd to Bee I nee thai THE Bays that the politicians would have it that 1 had a proposition to make to Yon can now assure them that I carried no proposition to Hill of any iy the there id a good deal of talk in Albany over the You cannot help bearing it wherever yon whether at the Dolavan the Knnmore Houne or Halt And it all tends in one a MORRIS WILL BE The Official Canvass Glvni Him a Clour illojorlty fu I SPECIAL TO THE I State Board of congistine of the Sec retary of the Treasurer and Comp met at the Capitol The official cauvaBS of the total vote lorGovernor ia an follows oil Thin gives Morris 27 majority over Ho will be the next Governor of Jndao Hoars Golden golden weddine anniversary of Ebeneier Bockwood Hoar aud wife was pleasantly ob served at the residence of their Samuel this a reception being at which about four hundred invited guests paid their to the aged All thoir children and grandchil dren were also the beat man and bridesmaid of fiity years Many boan titul preHeuts were and a memo signed by nearly all the Dnsiaesu men ot showing reapeot tor their nioet honored The Judgtsuud hie wife me both enjoying excellent Oouitort and Thene great requinito8 aro tulljr rnet on tbo Hoyal Blue Lino peratad between tew KbUfttfel Baltimore unit Waibmgton tOaJeUoj Theiosd tricked Its entire btMlmli on rook tie purioi ulcenlnj oar equipment is the finest aver All trftlnu vustibuJedj belted by Hum lod ligllUa b Station foot of Liberty Jlipley Hill a Cmrmcne The Ionle PoutDispatch sented ID t One of the sbot Entered Ilia but It Is Nut TioiiKht tlio Wound Dontroy the iHOBgrc le lalln ns Acoldcnta by Which the Soontnr SPECIAL TO THE 1 States Senator Wade Hampton while hunting in Mississippi today was shot by his Mc A telegram received by his John Rives the only particulars that aro Tho Senator was moiiutins bin horse when his son fired at a covey of Tho which fortunately wore struck tho Senator in the one of thorn entering one of hiu How badly ho is injured it impossible to The dispatch himply statiH that the wound is not thoustht to be serious enough to cause tho loan of the Tho news is tho cfiief topic of convernatlon Coming at a time when his political life in hanging by a it creates all the more nampton has always been the idol of the people of South and while the now rtrimo may include him in thn whole tale nothing but utmost con cern is manifested by of a different shade of political Later advices arc to tho effect that the wound gives General Hampton much and he hap to bo confined in a darkened AB tho election for successor will be hold 7 it is doubtful if hewill be able to be Wade Hampton ban boon peculiarly subject to Purine tho war of the IJobelliou ho was a dashing cavalry leador on tho Confederate and passed through innumerable When tho war elided he emerged from tho conflict with nothing but some scars and the loss of blood incident to wounds which he well could Years after while riding a re fractory one of his loss was crashed and had to bo Hampton glories iu which made his loss especially But he has continued to ride and In while ridins a favorito thoroughbred through Carolina woods in pursuit of a hia gun was accidentally the bullet entering the horses Idlling ihlm alnoBt Two years aero a third casualty overtook the Senator in Washington He was riding a fiery horse which ho do lighted in The animal stumbled and crushing Generals artificial log and bruising his body It was a long time before ho His friends were apprehensive of the result by reason of hia Hampton is now iu hill sev entysecond year THEY SAW NO Waller Anmiren Blalne Ilia Plnn Wns of the Worlds Fair Foreign Affairs Committee today sent a telegram to Secretary Elaine ill reply to one received from lilainc last Maines telegram said that iu view of the criticism by soirjo of the Oom missionors that the State Department was socking for political advantage in the scheme for securing Worlds Pair from the LatinAmerican that Department would withdraw from partici pation iu the work and await the action ol tho Wallers telegram is as follows In reply to your talcRT drawing the offer of the State Uopartment in of with exhibitors because oi tlie misin terpreted action of Vhe AV Grids Columbian CJom uiifolon on the report of the OonimfdKfon on Foieum Anairnof that body regarding plans for securing extiibtts from the SpunfahAmorfcsn 1 beg to UBHUVO you thai neither tlie Coiamittee nor Commission considered tho movement Iu any SGiwe u political Pome people can discover politics iu tho Lords iTayer bntif there are any of tnw class In too Commission inoy ncitbor num erous nor iue report of the Coin uuitteo was unanimously accepted and referred to on appropriate respect THOMAS Secretary Elaine telegraphed the follow ing reply Despatch Many All a well that endB JAUKS The lady managers discussed at great length today the question whether or not tjie Board would refluent the management of the Fair to close the show on was finally 28 to in the The report ot the Committee on Buildings and Grounds has been adopted by the National IlRtbbnrnr Jels a The divorce suit of Etnma daughter of Pullman and niece of George Pull the palacecar against Kich ard was hoard by Judge Shopard this morning before the usual time of opening A degree was evident told the story of indignities and wrongs which she had Buffered from her The least of them was habitual drunkenness and per sonal eiidiut in desertion on 18 They were married in Riven Out of Eivass condition has much His pulse ianormal aud he ia considered out of Pellets lor sore throat bave benefited O o to FLINT 14tU End etb to Bee how marveiloauly cheap ta their FUBHI SBorlB Jit iiit fflimmt Stptrifibtr iilier WOQ bwitioje Shuioucti SHejt nro jSfiijaliHjt bet befit bog bit 18t cilfctung 9tto BorfB anncjolia djafclinrtn Mrvtl tier brutjdjtii Jlmionctu anju iuit Ijl Z J 1 4B o r I b bit elnjlgt WeWje in jloei Spradjen onbertt ifl flleidjtr gelt ble grSlitre Strculatfon untct btr beut 5ett iportt all itstnbelne anbett ober enjUJdje IJe attt metftt utib flirt 11 Kut 18th BMC HAS SHE CHANGED HER FAITH A Report tlmt Lei an H Sinn ford SPECIAL TO THE Tho Critic this evening eajR that tho wife of Senator Stan ford lias been converted to the Roman Cath olic faith and chiefly tlirouph the influence of MIBH Helena her private sec Kins McCarthy is a yonnfr woman of superior She ia a devout Homan RB a renortov of social events and nocial gossip aho has no auperior in Washington and very few equals in The Gritto flays Pcnator and Mm Loland of are or have been very ranch to the Methodist Church what tho the Standard Oil are to the Baptiat When Senator Stanford came to this city he Delected as his private secretary John ono of tho brightest of tho younger neuHpaper His JUifa Helena the society became Stanfords pri vate Tho Critic is now on what it believes to bo Rood that Stanford has become a convert to tho doctrines of the Eoman Oatholic and will Boon make that iact Her conversion has been brought tbo Critics authority by Mias Trho la herself a devout and consistent This is an event of interest and impor tance alike to the religions and social owing to Stanfords diapoBition and hish social It will take rank with the conversion in England of the Marqnin of and be comparable to the ottrauce into the priesthood of the son of Sher man or the taking of the veil by of BROKER It Served fi Rnd Inrpone fn the Hnniln of When JaiiiDB of tho thought ho waa makim beta with Grain Erolter Hobert Parks as to whether ho t his left iu thn war or in a threshing it has since turned out he waa talking with an The alleged as already up in a Brook lyn horsecar to trive his scat to two Perry moved into tho vacant place in order that tho ladies might ait Tho alleged Parks called him a hoe and would not accept hie explanation 1orraov When Perry Baid that he could not as he had lost his leg in tho the alleged Parka declared he lost it in a thrcvhing machine and theu bet that ho could not prove that he was iu the war and that ha would not appear at Parksa ofhco in the New Vork Produce blx chanise make soert Perry Parks was not and intivary that bo had Kivennotico to tho Superintendent of tlio Kxcha ge that another broker would trans act his business for tlio next tlva The inference of Perry waa that Parks had absented himtielf in order to evade the pavmontnf the ieurge manager ot Parksn Buid yesterday that it was a case of mistaken but 1ho man who had personated Parks was known and will be dealt with by tho Parks had not been in Brooklyn for ton The incident was said to have taken place Pailtn left tho Murray Hill in New at 4 oclock Saturday uUernqon to Mart on a trip to the Bouth and will not be back until The man who palmed hmisolt off as Parks happened to have in his pocket tue brokers card and made a bad use of Tho two men do not look at all BacheMor Parks was lail aud portly with a full ironaruy while bin impemonator wus not HO stout and wore only a mustache iu which them watt no Perry is noiamemtaur of any Grand Army he belongs to the One JjeBeed Veteran Association of MUST BE Add Then Minoiiri inclflcii Collntaral Trust Bonds Will Hn The Missouri Pacific Railroad some months ago issued of collateral trust bondd bearing o per They were Hold at about Tho Stock Kx chance refused to list the bonds because tney were so poorly en As they could be traded in on the Ex change they were deprived of a ready market and declined crreaily in Another application waa made to tho Stock List Committee of the Exchange to have them put on the and by a majority vote it reoomiacnciud to e Jovonne Committee their liatlnR provided they were first reeiii tered with tho company in a name and tjieu made transferable to The lirft re quirement was to attach a respouaibility for thoir and the second to make them a riood delivery on tho Stock Ex The Governing Committee of the Ex change had the matter helore it yesterday afternoon and refused to accept tho bonds aa suitablefor transactionR until they were reoncrraved and tho new certificates had re ceived the approval of the ritock List Com liuHsell Sairo is said to the Inreent in terest in the Now York Bank Note which encraved the There was a BtDiy in circulation that he had bought up larKe quantities of the bonds at the reduced in which case ho will renp heavy profits when they urc mado salable by the issue of now Aft the bonds are all outstanding will have to issue a notice tn tlio holders to turn them in and receive new There of be a ready couipiiance with the no the properly engraved certificates will provide a market for the bonds and ereatly enhance thoir Vttnlnlilna of ISPrCIAL TO THE 1 going both north and south on the New York Central and Hudson Biver and West Shore Railroads have been crowded with Thanksgiving travel and especially AmoiiB those who left here for their homes were 150 Vassar College who will return on This leaves about one hundred to participate in Thanks giving exeroioea at the The Wentlier For New England and Eastern no change temperature northwesterlv tor Eastern Xew Jersey and fairno change in tempera except slightly cooler on the want northerly The following record shows the changes in the temperature lor the past twentyfour iu comparison with tlie correspond ing date of last as indicated by the thermometer at Perrys Pharmacy 40 371 8 36 y Sti 9 33 12 MS Average torapflrAtare 8094 Average tempwaturo aorreapoodfaff date Uttfc box ol KWna and a bot at KWreo for V CAN IT BE CHARLEY CMstian Ross Says De cidedly fie Is Not But Ihe Boy Himself and Bpess Men Think He May the Father be Possibly Hopeless Becanse of His Many Disap pointments OF AFTEE THE LAPSE YEARS POSITIVE IDENTIFI CATION IS Some AstonUlilnjt FnotR In Relation Co Voiinu Charley MoCliristys Life and Connection tvltli the Wefitarvelt of Hie Boy Who Declnre tlmt He I Clinrley Young Mans Own Convictlona find Personal Investiga iHcCbrUtya Evasions and Cnntioita IBTOCIAL TO THE company with a WOULD Christian Boss reached Boston aud an interview was arranged frith the Charlie Hc whom tho New York police believe to bo the longlout Charlie The atorr of the work of Chief Clerk of tlio New York Police aud tho arrival here of Detective was told exclusively in THE this After an extended interview with the boy Roan failed to identify and tonight he atill feeh that he ia no nearer tho child than at tho hour on that sunny July after noon in 1874 when his son was kidnapped by Douglas aud CAN BOSS BE MISTAKEN If Christian Rosa after tho lapse of sixteen in which his fairhaired child of three years has grown to manhood and become a creature like the with whom he has grown does not identify Charley MoChristy as his son after HO mtuiy hundred false cluea whicli have fallen into and decided and with a conscious but perfectly to iiud iu the youth m question another boy than how by it recalls the case of the vulgar Butcher Lady Tichborne recognized as her long lost Lady it will bo received the butcher as the heir to the Tich borne even in the face of the strongest circumstantial evidence that he was a Slip died iu this It turnoil out thai the man whom she to be the pon whe had borne her was a sharper and she his but who believed iu him to the He was tried and sen tenced to imprisonment for sailing under false ami no one had the slightest douht that he was a Yet his putative mother embraced him as her rEHIIAPB ThinyonnE fellow in sixteen and with tho handtomouth existence he has led in that has changed far more thau a boy brought up in the same conditions in which he was born could possibly Could his with tho image of the gently delicately nurtured babe whom he believe that the untu tored youth whom he imds in a jail and a companion of thieves was this same goklenhairod child whom he had ost It would take a tremen dous effort to believe positive identi fication that admitted of not a jot nor tittle of But Boss has been deceived RO many aud he has admitted that he now steels himself against any hope of ever finding his child May he not have been mistaken in his way as Lady Tiohborne was in hers Ross declares that he is entirely sat isfied that the yonng man who has lived with the MoOhrittys under the name of Charley and who has lately been saying that ho IB Charley is really uo other than tho second son of burglar Bill was the principal abductor oi Charley and who killed at Bay Ridge in 1874 while com mitting a burglary in the house of Judge Van Your correspondent arrived in Boston at 7 oclock tins morning from New and engaging of the firm of Curtis Boston proceeded immediately with that gentleman to Suffolk Jail to see Charles of Park Now York who was here two weeks ago for and who the New York police think is Charley Detective of Inspector with a Boston detective and Willie to so much credence given at Police Headqnarteru in New were already on the They arrived here yesterday and Willie Tate called on Charley McChriety in the After some conversation yonne Tate asked Charley McOhristie if he had any ob jection to seeing Wo friends from New McOhristie and this morning at 9 oclock Willie Tate called again with Detective Adams andjthe Boston THE DETECTIVE AND THE Tate Introduced these men to who was brought out of his cell and very thoroughly questioned about his reasons for having said he was Charley Be iiaid that he had been informed by many people that he was Charley and that he believed that his elder Bill McChristie said he was Charley He said he had come into the MoChristie family from the New Yort Juvenile Asylum and that he waa placed in that institution when about lour years of in the year While the detectives were questioning Charley yonr correspondent and Lawyer Manser entered the jail and he to see The immediately and thsrimd the Warden came out and questioned They asked if he was employed by THE He said he had been retained to defend McChristy by the boys The Wardon then said If you want to defend him in this lar ceny suit you but if yon want to tion him about the Charley Boss yon Hanson refused to allow his liberty to bo and the Warden then refused to lot him aoe tho boy uuloas he got sion from Sheriff Meanwhile the detectives had driven fn riously to Sheriff OBriens office and told him that the boy McOhristy had retained Lawyer Charley Under the circum stances OBrien refused to give Manaon admission to see the boy unless got an intimation from Prince that ho bod no TWO IjAWVJEB8 Prince had been retained about ten minutes before your correspondent reached his He would not allow Manson to aeu the Meanwhile something on which the picious detective had not reckoned was under The father of the missing boy rrivodiu Boston on the 11 oclock train from Now in company with another WOULD corrosponden BOSS THE WOULD and took supper together in the American House on Hanover street and then put in execution a little Bcherao that had originated iu the brain of Lawyo r who had been re tain ed by THE WOULD to act with Man son in tho Adams is at the head of the profession in was nothing leas than bailing younc McChristie out of Suffolk County where the detectives thought they had him and ing him to the American House to confront his Boss eat heartily and preserved bis nsuol calm After while waiting for young McChriaty to be brought before he sat with one of THE WOBMJ correspondents in room 140 the connect ing was also HOT Boss said It iu a thousand chances to one that this is not my If the New York police had conferred with ma it would have saved me a lot of He also said he would prefer that Mc Christy should not know who he was till suoli time as he himself might choose to At oclock THE WORLD had bailed McChristie and produced him before He informed that he was in the hands of friends of the Rosa In obedience to Rosss instructions your correspondent qiiestioned the boy for a few Then himself began What did you say your name was t 1 Did you ever say your name was Charley Ross Inover said People have told me that I am Charley What people toldyou that Many Ive heard that rny Willie said I was not his THE BOYS Did yon ever ask him about it J Did he ever tell you 1 What do sou think 1 I dont Have you any doubt that you are HcChristios son 1 What makes you donbt What I have been Did you ever talk to your mother atoont this matter The Ross matter was never talked about by Never heard her Bay a word about Char ley Ross Whatwas your mothers name before she married McOhristy t V Bill Moshers wife He waa your father t So I at first Dont you believe it now Wliy not 1 Because I was four years of ace when he i dont remember He had a deformed so I have I think I would have remembered his face by I never saw HIS FIRST Tory probably he was away from home Where were you born 7 In Columbia New How do you know Mother says What is the first thing yon remember Being in the New Yorlt duvenilo Who was the principal 7 Where did you eo to from there To live with Who oiled to see you in the asylum Did she toll you she was youi mother 1 She ought to How many yean were you in the 1 Three And then yon went to live with JlcChristy as her aon 1 Did yon evertell Tate that three men stole yon from home and carried you off in a carriage that they wore liaen that they confined yon for a long time on coord a boat on some river or pay 7 sir never said In it true Did yon ever take any steps to find eat if yon were really Charley Boss 7 I What did you do Went to the Rogues gallery in Hew York to see Bill Moshers I did not see it I theu wont to the Astor Library and read up oil about the Boss case and made notes from the My mother found them in my tore them up and told me never to do any thing of the bind This in creased my suspicion that I was not really her My brother BUI often said that I waa entirely different from bun and my younger BUI had in hli pocket a picture of me when I was a He would never let me told me XvMU   

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