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   World (Newspaper) - October 21, 1897, New York, New York                                feather CLEAR Employers f advertised for Help last Sunday in the GREATSUNDAY CirculationBooks Open to Weather CLEAR BIT Books Open to The shrewd advertiser finds the largest Sunday circulation and the results combined in the GREAT SUNDAY A gain of last liy the Ircmi I nit Now Vorlt STOP NEW OCTOBER fOXR GEXT In Greater Nnw York nnil CENTS uutnlilc of Grcnlcr Xcw York nml City nnd on trnln raim A New Syndicate Ready to Defeat the Union Pacific Job if Hanna Made No Campaign Bar gain With a Blind ITHE FACTS AND THE LAW ALL ON THE PEOPLES ixSecretary John Carlisle and Banker August Makers of the Famous Secret Bond Now Partners in a Central Pacific Railroad llLL MKINLEY SMASH THE NEW BLIND POOL HE MUST ACT THIS From Correiponilent of The five tho Union Paclflo Railroad fill have been clinched or fonder the decree of sale a deposit of cash muust bo made as forfeit least five days before the sale of Thoro are three McKlnley may alter tho terms i that other bidders may havo equal ad irantagcs with the Wall street blind pool has already made a compact with Kho Administration and hopes to defraud She Government out of E tho President may under tho of March direct tho Attorney Aral to bid for tho Union Pacific oad at tho sale on 2 the full SeJUnt of trie first mortgage and of the claim of about a Justice of the Supreme Court flssuc an injunction forbidding the ji If McKlnley does his plain duty IfiejQovernment will not bo cheated out and tho Wall street blind gpljwlll pay the value of the Govern ttts claim in The World has apparently au atlve Information that McKlnley not propose to He ns to carry out the bargain made campaign contributors with nan unit IrutccU the Blind Pool Not the prney General wficn a large stockholder In the i Pacific why he did not bid against pbllnd pool at the public sale until full amount of the Governments i was replied that It would fair to the syndicate to tho United States a competitor at The bargain was he by tha Cleveland f the present Administration did not itsee how It could avoid carrylg out Ma Is an Tho gigantic pine of speculation was arranged jlng the last Tho first tgagc bondholders were Invited to sit their securities under terms jloh guaranteed to them a large pre iim and while the Government i expected to take about 02 per i Just Kls bargain entered Into during the npalgn now depends on McKlnley He can stop the If he not he alone is It tho pool has Its way President Mc jley will bo guilty of a deal twice as to tho Government an tho secret transaction of President Clove And tho largest contributors to tjioorot bond compact aro also In tho I pool to buy tho Governments In Union Pacific for It Is just as the Mor bond by secret bought of Govern bonds for nearly less ftbey were worth In tho open mar I lyadlcnte Vp ent U tho Wall street syndl President will carry out respecting the Union Pacific committee ot Is pin the field to reap the rich Kpf a similar deal In the Central Here Is the flrst an nt of the new Reorganization jjttM In Central Issued in yesterday r Paclflo Hallway Stock of thi holderi ot number I till PACIFIC in i ana tlto ol the COMMITTEE which havo connqntoil nrnUlM or protection ol tho I In tttte jition wlththt London itlon M o Iho purpoMi Com ol prtparalion anl will be Obtlrman NEW SYNDICATE FORMED IF MKINLEY WILL He linn Only to Modify Ternm ut Sail ami tliv ioveritmont Will Cie In Pull Amount or ho Tho enormous profits of the Wall Hreet blind pool In tho Union as exposed by The have excited the cupidity or envy of all the financial doc tors of sick corporations In Wall A new syndicate has been formed to finance tha Union Pacific road and to pay the Government claim In full In salable Tho World U of Individual subscriptions to tho oxtent of twentylive and these constitute otiiy apart of the Any possible subscription by Rus sell Sage Is not Included In that twenty flve Tho plan as now decided upon by the new syndicate contemplates tho settlement of tho Government principal and by tho Issue to It of a 3 per fifty year llrst mort gage gold bond covering all the property of tho These bondfl may be sold by the Government at Its Tho new syndicate will bond Itself to the extent of sixtyfive millions to quiet all lions that would In any manner affect tho Governments Tho World has also received a re sponsible guarantee that ono corporation would buy ten millions of these bonds from tho Government at and there Is little doubt that such a bond would command a premium In tho open market it as do the securities of other trunk thli new lyndloate U J tt In fa mous secret bond syndicate of by which the Wall street gold ring cleared a proiH of more than In a few Tho second name on this Central Pacific committee Is John as Secretary of the Treasury in entered Into the secret bond deal with Morgan The new thus proclaimed by between the makers of the old bond syndicate and thn pro moters of tho new Pacific Railroad deal will be rrad with Does President McKlnley menu to car ry out an Inllnltely woree deal than Clevelands bond transactionV Is a Wall street syndicate to hold up two Administrations In succession Caught in the Fury of the Storm and Dashed on the Jersey LIFESAVERS TO THE Craft Lies Embedded in the Sand South of Long Branch and Is in Dargir of STORM SIGNALS HALT SAYS WeilKnown Itnllroad MnnCnnltul anil Government l llelnii Samuel Thomas discussed the great conspiracy to secure tho Union Pa cific Railway at a loss of to tho Government last evening with much Thomas Is a practical railroad manager as well aa a groat capi President said can not afford to allow this transaction to go It will injure his reputation It means nn enormous loss to the and tho authorities will bo remiss In their duty should they permit tho sale to take place without The matter could be easily Tho simple request of the AttorneyGen eral would Induce the Judge of tho court to order a Postponements ot the sate ot property In the hands of a receiver are of frequent The Interest that would be Imperilled would be that of tho syndicate that ex pects to make millions of dollars out of the I do not hesitate to state that a syndi cate can be formed in New York that will furnish the money needed to fully reimburse the Government tor all Its In terest In tho Union I will my self bo ono of tho A delay of thirty days would pobably bo all that would be days at all I would go Into the operation as a matter oC of but at same tlmo the would obtain the that It will lose un der Uio arrangement at present or ganised syndicate expects to carry Tho ramifications ot tha extend all over Wall Borne of my friends are 9 know that they have a tremendously good The rood boon vaitly Improved within a few Wlniln llnviiKfn Cinnil Over lln CUnililiiK Ip Count nt n Lively The patrols of the SpriiiR Shark Rlvur ami life rcsculiiK sta respectively fifteen and seventeen miles south of Iong a fullriSKcd ship In dis tress near the llrst named about oclock last Kvcry patrolman flashed his Costan signal lo nciiualnt the crew uf tho un known vessel that their plight wit known and that help would be forth ship was aground tnr oui IIIIM outer billand about or JIM from ihi w tht had ilrlvrn hind kniW ul hiT Kafh semril lo rmviher iloiptr Into saml and ilrive hr In inward the that I to hold tin should lur rviid liT twain In and roar oL TIO or tiuxv rusherl out with MUI ana Tile MaiKisqniui men had about miles lo travel tJ leach tile of the and the Shark Ulvii men had four miles to As the news spread that a three matiter was pounding on the outer there was a ercut rush of spcciatois to tho point of the beach nearest the Such a howling sea was runningthat It appeared Impossible to launch the surf It secmcil ns though they nniHt use tho breeches buoy and thu gun for firing tho rocket that carries tho long cord for pulling lifu lines the was broughtdown to the The ships signals of her Hashing lights of different colors and rockets could be seen by all on tho It was Impossible to tell from her Indistinctly or from her who Bhe or her In obedience to hurry signals from Washington the Weather Bureau set hurricane signals from Its tall tower In lower Broadway yesterday When darkness fell the big red light was storm central near Hatteras was working up tho threatening disas ter to tho numerous homewardbound fleet of squareriggers from the Atlantic and to foro and aftrigged ciaft from the It was re volving with Increasing energy toward the Jt was dangerous for vessels to leave and only tho mall liners and tlu big freighters went out toward thu dla By evening news reached this city of winds whirling with fearful velocity off Jerseys of men apparently Icwt In cockleshell plethoric roaring Incessant rain and growing From Cape May camo tho report that the storm was a All tho lifesaving patrols along tho beaches watched with more than usuul curo STATEloVERNHENT Owlnu to tho YolliMVFuver tluv Mnnticomcry It to to the prevalence of yellow fovor In Montgomery and tho fact that all of the towns und cities of Iho State havo antlacd against that the State Government has temporarily been re moved to Tho Governor and all the State oRl oers havo located hero and are transact ing business fronVthls DEER THICK AS Speclnl to Tho near Oakdale and Lakeland are complaining about the doer that enter their fields and oat and destroy their cabbagnu and Orchards have attacked and In many cases tho young pear and apple trees have been broken George an Isltp says ho saw fifteen deer In his orchard yester Tho door aoem to bo tamo from the fact that they are protected and fed dally by tho gamekeepers of tho nearby clubs1 ONLY LIFESAVER ConUmwd an Third GRANNIS INTERVIEWS VAN WYCK THE FRENCH BALL WHERE HE WAS That Is Too Trivial a Matter for Me to Reply To or Pay Any Attention Says Crokers Man of the Revel at Which He Was GRANNIS TELLS WHAT SHE SAW AT THE FRENCH BALL ELIZABETH President of tho National Christian League for the Promotion of Social To tin IMlnr Tho I have been intciftfUd in what I illHl llliinl uf IM four leading for tho Jliiynraliy of tin Inater cw 1 I i eumernini ilnHlalrniiiiis iv Van Wyrktt Ihr n i I at Fleneh hall hi last win tii iir uf my nwn tte Imiut Isltm anil uMU llie MM HIIN Snrcly j I Is eirtaSily a terrible ihlni to rl any pulilli mini helm tile pliilMUlv al most luiturliius 1ov Intltciiil and lewd til any ball dtir the I that of Jio ir leading might bifairly ilkl nut suppose It a few years for me to tkKlrc to a ballot for Henry on ancount of what seemed to me erratic spnvlments entertained and Kent out broadcast by lint I nm now fully eonvlneed that ho will rendor the beat service for tho greater number of our Hlio The In justly lie stands for the OolJ for trusts anil general arls He Is a thorough ami could nothing else from his heredity and If Henry George cannot be elected I hope The Worlil will succeed many others In electing Tracy SlmiclN for the as an for all that Is upright In Christian char but In also represents the auto cratic moneyed Interest because of Us very hlghtonml falls to the same low and far below that ot Tummany when It buys up the wlckrdly Ignorant nnd thn honest un intelligent who cast the bulk of the And then the Republi cans tolls us they aro obliged to descend to tho same piano and light with the iiHid by Tammany f Elizahcth Grannls yesterday Interviewed Chlct Justice Van Wyck on Hie French ball at which he was Elizabeth Grannls Is President of tho National Christian League for the Promotion of Social As every one Judge Van Wyck is Tammanys candidate for Mayor of Greater Now Grannis thus described this most important interview to a World reporter I called on Judge Van Wyck lo ask him on of tho Social Purity League some questions 1 have been very Renerally answered by tin other three candidates In their life was shown lo tho anteroom or hallway of JudgeVan Wycks oflloo In the Court lie came to Iho ilonr of hist odko and fiiw lli received mo very pleasantly and I would invlto you Into my private lu I am t lo you your Htamlanl of 1 He aHKiirMl nw I luit if ho was olwteil Mayor he only stand for a higher standard of morals that he would work for the highest even along the line on which the National Christian League for the Promotion of Social Purity Is Ho was really most I ihon spoke to him atiout tho report ahtint him anil tho French said that Is a matter loo trivial for me to reply to nr to pay any attention You really must PXCHSP prided GrnnniH has been to one French Here lic describes what anw there what she condemns as Judge Van Tammanys candidate for saw all that Grannls and wns arrested after the Hut that is a matter too trivial to reply to or to pay any attention he h JUDGE ROBERT VAN Crokers who was arrested at the French ball and wants to Greater New Yorks SCENE AT FRENCH BALL LIKE THAT AT WHICH VAN WYCK WAS Reproduced from Tho World ot w aged was pushing his sister In a carriage towards the Maurice River when tho carriage grot away and ran down the steep decline toward the Over Into tho fiver went the baby and Inafter herwept He had to dive for brought the little one safely to a hard u Kluifn Special offer of mens blue and Kersey and Melton out latest at worth Algo ISnglHh covert cloth top i coats strap at oornerBroad and Park our only SCENE AT FRENCH BALL ATTENDED BY From the New York Herald of This I am told even by tho oldors of tho churches within last For lie MotlierN A few years National Chris tian League for Iho Promotion of Social Purity was uskod to tnko thu lead and jtumdalittt some excellent names to petition stockholders of the Madison Square Garden to refuse to rent Its prop erty tothe management of tho French Mothers of sons had sot forth to us tho degrading tnfluenco of this Wo road carefully tho list of prominent owners ot the und for was convinced that It would bo tuieloss to try to porauado these men to refuse to rentthe Garden os It woiiidbe to ask the owners of prop erty fronted to saloon liquor gambling dena or houses ot 111 Came to or l them on account of Injuring public mor Tho fact us u comparative the French ball Is no und not nearly as detrimental to public morals us many other fashionable entertain ments of ellto arlsocracy In cul ture or Many In olHcIal public functions cast a far deeper and farroaehing im for Uio obvious rcauon that those of superior advantages exort the stronger Influence for I was appealed to by anothar party deeply Interested In tho welfare and morality of tho city whoso family had suflered deep Injury from the French I was o attend that as in ot this disreputable function t might knowledge to prevent Its The past record of flagrant debauch 111 all 1U UdeounnoM waV evidently not wholly repeated at tho bail of owing to tho Increased vigilance of Inspector Chapman and who have been practically aided by tho un published and unknown but Imlefatl trablo efforts of earnest Those aro unsalarlcd workers who use their hardearned dollars to pay for the work to bo done where they themselves cannot Wlekednemi In the Wine Tho effect of this renowned French ns I saw for wickedness und ovll was begunand ended In tho wlno room and Comparatively few men wore accompanied by women on entering tho Many women were there There wore a few married men of foreign extraction In good standing who were accompanied by wives daugh drank chumpagno moderate ly In their boxes und watched with ap parent delight tho show of tho ballot and the guests dancing on tho But tho majority of the patrons of the ball wore bachelors and married men who attended for tho purpose of teeing and participating In tho fun with the middle and lower grade of the demlmondo with whom they drank and caroused In and out of the wlno room on the main Those shrieks and bursts of wild laughter from tho groups of men women In tho wlno room must havo loft an Impression for ovll upon those who camo from the suburbs or had travelled long distances to see the town In Its worst phase of Indeeent Tho contUaut stream ot women de scending the stairs from tho dressing room dwelled the throng upon the Some of the contumes beggared descrip tion In the ingenuity of the exposure of the physical their Bklrtx were euoh In being littlemore than thigh orio form was easily Many dressed aa Polly without sklrtH at I particularly remember ono buxom woman whoso white sailor blouse and tlRlits displayed hor redundant figure In fullest As they reached tho floor they wore cither Joined by their particular cava liers or promenaded until they had ap propriated Nuirweiillvn Tho central ring was an overchanging spectacle of all that IB suggestive In Paid mon and women dancers In vulgar vied with each other hi tho extravagance of gesture and height of the kicks that marked tholr This license In tho ring acted as n constant Incentive to the maddor revelry of tho Women In tho boxes became so hi larious over tholr glasses that they were obliged to have their limbs caugnt and held down by tholr male to pro vent them from extending thorn above their Thfdci aro not nearly as detrimental In their example as those who are equally guilty of similar who aro the legit imate heirs or ancestry which imparted tho brains and brawn for the upbuilding ot this nations truo and noblest Ho who hides and destroys his owii tal ents should bo hold but ho who Inherits If ho auos not return twentyto tho public la not en titled to Well Thara wore a limited number of really handsome wonvin or gowns of line ma terial conspicuous in the boxes or on tho A woman who received a pearl neck lace prlxe tor wearing the most be coming beautiful fancy dress might really have hired one of equal beauty and expense from a Fourth of July foney Inland Tho tnd other have been made from a cheap quality of white and blue satin cut Into strips mid sewed together to fit the Hsr ure for patriotic Alaal for our pAtrlotlsm to be ihus DrtolttH In In tin hosts a variety of IrnoMfU illnplay of choice blta of Intended to enhance the purest fnjoynitiH of thi rela tions In human shamefully and rtlmmfliMsly to tinlecherous of A tw bantlsumi1 drank much ul a with their mala Illiinln nnil In the early morn Im hiMirs if they had proved them silvcH thf of their male In capacity to dispose of an equal amount of Mquor with the majority of the carnal IYom tni amount of wine consumed nies ttie chlof revenue of the French The organization purports to bo philanthropic procuring Its fumlH from no move disreputable and getting It by no more dishonest methods than are used by the municipal authorities vvhcn they used the cured from harlots and send therhbaclt to ply their dlHlionest trade Instead of sending them to tho workhouse or re formatory to be taught the and of honest Few people realize the Inconsistency of the methods followed by the of this ball In securing 1U Illgotten gains for ostensibly worthy and even In aid of Who and what arc tho people to benefited and what about tho young and the mature who ought to do better and the poor Ignorant girlhood and womanhood so shamefully degraded ono such night 01 debauch and revelry llurvlry After it From I oclock on tho high other famous business and pro fessional men of the sumo moral made tho wine room resound with their yells and drunken Hers were to bo seen revolting demonstra tions between men and though they did not conspicuously exceed that which could be detected on the prome nade and In the boxes by a close ob server whoso aim WHS to learn what tho chief features of attraction for mon lu their sober who ought to seek more Intelligent amusement Ono dlguliledlooklng gentleman of persciiallly In a maudlin condition sought to assist a handsomo woman to walk from tho banquet hall to the Gar den Ho made a disgusting mis but his misguided effort only caused an outburst of merriment by those less stupefied by One attraction to many of tno seemed to bo to witness tho rldlculoua POSOH of drunken men and women In every manner and variety of associa which needs to bo scon to Induce people to do what they can to prevent a Several women were so conspicuous for costumes of tho variety cut high be low and low after the fashion of tho Black that they were re proved by tho olllcora In charge and sent back to tho dressingroom for being too Indecent for a gathering of oven sucn lax Mllle tlKyitt Little Egypt wna ono of the number excluded from tho floor of tho Yet sho Impressed mo as being slightly less scantily clad than many of tha Mull were frequently seen with their heads lolling on the bare shoulders of Tho entire from begin ning to could have nothing that ap pealed to any of the finer element of human Kvorythlng catered to tho coarsest Instincts of men and If Judge Van Wyck had put himself on record aa being a patron of this sort of amusement or had In dorsed any public function as vile In Influence as tho French all good cttlzegns would know that he would discharge the responsibilities nnd prlvlU eges of tho oflleo which ho Is liable to ELIZABETH President of National Christian for the Promotion of Social i And ueluw arrcnUd ut niieli revel I It IN nliat dlilutu for ot Greater New York loo irlvlul u mutter to reply to or miy utteutlou To Care OHO Ttkt Uutlvt OnuBO Qululnt All UU lulus Un H u tiu to j   

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