Thursday, October 16, 1879 - Page 2
fourth Ward Republican. A special meeting of tho Fourth Ward Republican Republican Association was hold last eronlng at Sanyer's Hall, J. H. Bonnelt, Prosldont, in tho chair, and II. W. Squlro, Sooretary. There was a Urgo attendance of members, as it was understood that o ticket to be run at tho primary this evening would be agreed upon. Tho two factions, into which tho association is split up, were well represented, and hoodod by Mike Dady and Joe Reoye respectively, occupied opposite eldos of tho hall. The Reeve faction showed up In moro Imposing numbers, and outvoted Dady and his friends on all the disputed points that come up. After the reading and approval of tho minute of the previous meeting, a roport was received from the Investigating Investigating Commtttea reoommanding that several namoa should bo placed on the roll. Among thorn was that of Luther B. Hallock, to which Mr. Dady object 9d on tho ground that Mr. Hallock had never appeared before tho association. Ths Secretary positively assorted that Mr. Hallock had attended the lost mooting, Mr, Dady was just as positlvo that he did not, bnt subsequently admitted, after bearing the statements of overal momberj that thoy hod seen Mr. Hallock In the room, thot ho was mistaken. The Secrotory gave notico that ho would prefer charges against Darld J. Graham on tho ground that ho woe affiliating with tho Democratic party. Mr. Graham arose and pronounced tho man a liar who said ao, and the Secretary wlthdrow his notice. A long controversy thon ensued, tauohing tho political political recritudo of John Olfbel, who, it was alleged, was Secretary of tha German Democratio General Commltteo, Commltteo, but all efforts to have him investigated woro voted down by tbe Roeve faction, Mr. Itelll moved that a committee of seven bo appointed appointed to propare a ticket for tho primary, and tho Chair appointed as such committee Messrs. Roeve, Hopkins, Wheeler, Poole, Itell, Fenntsll and Squire. Mr. Dady objected to the composition of tho committee committee and govo notice that the ticket proporod by thorn would be opposed this evening. A motion was made to adjourn, but it was defeated, and the committee thon retired and after an absence of half an hour returned and reported tho following tlckety which was indorsed : County E. M. Smith, O. 8. Mason, William P. Hutt, A. J. Smith ond John Wllsou. City A. O. Wheeler, Joseph RelU, John H. Bennett, B. J. Mulholiond and Henry Mapes. Assembly H. W. 8qulro, P. McKennoy, Albert Smith, Charles H. White and George Dillon, Jr. Senatorial B. B. Hopkins, Jotwph Roovo, John Go - man, James Given and Charles B. Phillips. The meeting then adjourned.