1874-10-18 Local Politics PH Spelman
LOCAL POLITICS. TdMMAXT'S OPPONENTS. ZMPORTjOTC MEETIXO OF THK PEOPLE XJB- ER4 L DEMOCRATIC FARTr LAST XIGUT THO-EOUOa OROAXlgATIOX EFFECTED KEtXT AND JtORiaWET AT WORK. : The Committee, ou Organization of the Teo-ple'e liberal Demorrstlc Party met last evening at the Germania 'Assembly Booms. This, although nothing swore tha aa adjourned meeting of tbe eao-eua held; on Thursday night at Detmouieo'a. wss tn every respect .a most remarkable gathering. Ia pout of numbers, it assumed the proportions of mass meeting, because there were more than twelve delegates! from each. Assembly district present. Among the persons In the room were W. Hitch-man, Eji -Speaker of tbe JLenembly; Ex-Sheriff O'Brien, ;T. J. k Creamer. Bryan Beilly, K. J. Waterbury, Judge Anthony Eartman P. J. Hanbury; Major George W. Saner, Ex-Assembly man Flecks, Kichard Walter, of ths Seventh Ward i F. M. Pnroell of the Eighteenth ; James Eversrd.lThoraa Mulligan, John Cochrane, Thomas E. Stewart, Michael Hahn, Luke T. Cosxeua, Henry B. Mnlhsll, P.B. Spelman, candidate for Assembly against P. Woods in the Sixteenth District ; Hugo Gorsch, Ambrose O'Neill, Otto Meyer. Peter Cook, candidate for Congress in--the Seventh District; J udge Otterbourg, C. Johnson, Joseph Strauss, Leander Back, : Luke fc. Grimes, B. F. Beekman, Preeident Knickerbocker Insurance Company ; John nirdy, Judge Thompson, and many other prominent gontlemen ' too numerous to mention. The meeting was in. every respect an important one, convened for business purposes alone, and no time wae wasted in useless speech-making.