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1 PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1888. PRICE ONE CENT. fl
J THURMAN SPEAKS.
I If Unanimously Nominated He
I Will Hun.
TM Party Interests Greaterthan
Mm His Own.
I B Willing to Make a Personal
IK Significant Interview with '' Tho
jjK Noblest Boman."
I HV rmtcuL to ra worlo.1
IpS Columbus, O., Juno 3. The .EqmoKo has
Spfl the following interview with -Judge Thur.
H H . Reporter The whole country Is olamoring
H for Thurman for Vice-President, and what
H H ore you going to do about that ?
H S Judge Thurman Well, I hardly know. It
V' V would not be very proper in one to declino a
A M thing that had not been tendered him. For
Hff years I havo tried to be left alone
1 hero with my wife in this den
ll (speaking of tho library) and these friends
Aw mine on these shelves, but somehow they
9 won't permit mo to live in peace.
Mm Reporter If tho nomination.! given you,
WW even against your protest, would not you feel
ffljr ii your duty to accept ?
K, Judge Thurman I have the highest regard
Mi for President Cleveland and sinoerely hope
Hr be will bo ro-eleoted. If I thought
,VV that my namo would add any strength to tho
H ' ticket I am willing to mako a personal sacri
flV fioo for tho interests of the party.
fsHht. I certainly should feel very bad, should tho
jRff 'ticket be defeated, to think that I had
W9 deolined if my name would have strength
Ac cned it. Of courso, it is only upon the oon
li . dltion that tho nomination comes without
ml any struggle that I con accept.
Mf i m n
W t A Pnle Yonng rlerk Turn nifhmjmiiD.
M'- John Miller, a tall, slim young German in eye-
J, glasses, employed ai a clerk In this city, was ar-
B 6 raigned In tbe Jefferson Market Court this morning
JB, ( for highway robbery. The complainant waajo-
mm seph Boyle, an elcctrlo-wlro lineman, of 20 East
MM, Twenty-ninth street. II saM tint at 11.80 last
M) night he was golnv through Thirty-second meet,
when he wt confronted liy Mliltr, who placed a
t pistol close to hi. breatt and demanded hi. money.
& Boyle ran off and Officer Ttiompion captured
,Mir Wilier. U he prisoner said he needed money to re-,f-
tarn to Uermany and was desperate. Us was held
v for trial.
1 . m m
ymt Colored People Seek a Better Lund.
fmf The bark Monrovia tailed to-day, carrying
MA thirteen families or colored people from Gainesville,
Hi Via., who are going tolLlherla to lire. Thepll-
tmms were at nt ont oy the Amtrloin Colonization
f boclety. Every roan waa glvrn ten acrea of land
k and hocae rent free for six months, during which
TfJ time tbe society takes care of him. Heads ol
m families were glren twenty-five ln.tead of ten
;flji; They Play " The Urenlna World Clavoltn."
fltr At Koater A Bl d's The Evknino World Gavotte,
j f1 compoaed by Miss Heniloite Markateln, haa been a
mw suecesslul feature of the week's programme. At
Mt the matinee to-day and the entertainment to-night
Ul Mlts Alexandra Daamar and cliorct, Mlat Polly
B McDon.ld, the Quaker t'ltr Quartet, MluOraoe
WF Atbertoo, the Vent Inls and Ulat .Marto McNeil will
AWL contribute to the auccest of the programme.
Bflf The Concblnsr Clnb'a prln Drive.
Aflt The annual spring drive of the Mew York Coach-
jBflf' lug Club took place this morning from the Hotel
R Brunswick. The destination of the party la Mr. W.
J K. Vanderblll's country teat, Idle Hour," which
J i la near Oakdale, U L The party will not return
L until Monday night.
fljV O'Connor Hned anln.
James Owen O'Connnor, lawyer and tragedian,
j figured ca defenuant In the Third Dlitrict Court,
L' thlt morning, In a salt brought by ilh. Emma
rt YounK CruiLie. a daughter ol Brlgnsm Young
W and a former member of hi. companr, to reosver
Wf s for salary due. Judge Pean reserved his de-
jaYi I lion.
Fr Jny Oonld la Not Hick.
MJij UrtCUL TO TDK WOBLD.I
ff EiDiLU, Mo., June 2. Mr. Oonld left Kansas
jHt City about 10 o'clock x. u. yesterday for Western
T' Khusss aad Colorado, He was at O.sawttom e,
Ef Kan., yesterday .iltcrnoon. lie Is not sick, lie Is
Ff In his usual health and enjoying the rrl.
fljeC Hudden Ileitlb oTDauk.
Bif (SriCIil. TO TBI WOM.D.I
Mil LonoBrincu, Junes. Mrs, Dank, the colored
Bf woman who was under sentence to States Prison
A t In connection with the Hamilton! murder, died
WYf suddenly;tsla morning.
M' t, New Vork fllnrheta.
B It Wdkit. DecemtieroiJtionsipened atlastnlght's
Mr elonnir quot.ll'jn -K)io. Mtktt wai null but
BBL "rm u" "' "00a "" quotation advanced to MJc
'n urtom. Futures opened dull but ateaiy, as
If follows! June. 9.01; Julr, 10c; Aug., most
MM. 8Pt-1 -1i 0c,- ": Nov., .SS; Doe., s.8;
BBT Jan., .: FeU, .M; March, .63; April, ft 08.
B .' coma. At the openlog the market was bsrely
tr steady at a decline of b to IS point on near
j. months, and SO to 40 polnta on tar months. June,
BL? HaiJolr, ls,; Aug., 18.60: Sept., 11.88; Oct.,
fli? 11. liir Nov.. 10.88) Uea, 10. 5; Jan., ten.,
Bl March, 10.90: April, 10.SS. Havre market quiet.
Be 1'XTKOLEUU. Tne weatneas In tbe oil market
w continue t ibismornlnir. At the opening tne quota
BH "oa w UK points above la.t night's closing qoo
Br tation. Later on, however, tbe quotation declined
BB" KxcxxiTIOH QaocHDS. hont bland Oltr, to-morrow,
ytMmt-i fiaMToat vs, Aujcbtoks. Vmt Itutam (to.
HALBTEAD ON THE PEESIDEN0T,
lie Bars Sherman Has too Beat Chance and
Depew Not Moch.
To an Evnrrao Wobld reporter who Inter
viewed him at tho Brevoort Houso this
morning, Editor Murat Haliload, of tho
Oommtrdal Oautte, 6aid, with reference to
tho aggressive boom which his frionds have
started for Ohaunoey M. Dopow's nomina
tion as tho Kepubllcan Presidential candi
" Mr. Depow is n very popular and accom
plished gontloman and ovorybody likes him,
I presumo thore is no doubt of his ability to
carry Hew York, whloh Is a groat point to
"There is, howovor, the very serious
question to bo oons dered in his candidacy
whether the sins of all tho railroads of tho
country shall be visited upon him.
"I don't know that tho business men of
Now York who aro for Mr. Depew know tho
feeling which prevails with tho agricultural
ists of the West against railroad influences,
but they must bo considered.
"You know," he continued, "that I am
firm in tho belief that any good Justlco of
tho Peace is good enough for President.
" I honestly believe and am gratified to say
that I think John Sherman will be tlio candi
date, lie will go into the convention with
-over threo huudrod of tho nocossary 411
"Bhould Sherman not bo nominated I
think the tlokot will be Hon HarrKon. of In
diana, and William Walter Phelps, of New
Jersey. Tho argument which will ulaco
them In front is that they represent Statos
which they can carry and which Blaine lost
JBRBET OITl'S BIO FOUR.
Two of Them on Ball, and Ono Who Intlate
Upon Oolns to Jail.
The Oourt-House on Jersey City Heights
seemed to hold half the politicians of Hudson
County this morning, all interested in tho
fate of tho indicted " Big Four " of the Board
of Works of 1887. Ex-Commissioner Itoy.
nolds and Commissioner Watt had been ar
rested early in the moming. Each pleadod
not guilty, and furnished the $5,000 bail fixed
by Judge Lipplncott.
Commissioner Pearl O. Hilliard made a
scene when he arrived. Spying District-Attorney
Winfield in tho court-room he imme
diately began to talk to him about drawing
up legal papers in connection with his wifo's
extensive property. When he finished, he
exclaimed : ' Now, lock me up, Charley."
" Don't be foolish," answered Mr. Win
flold. " Where are your bondsmen '("
" I haven't aDy' said Hilliard, ' ' and
want to be put in Jail,"
No amount of argument would lnduco him
to send out for bail, and he is stiU in Sheriff
Davia's office Burrounded by persistent
Hilliard is wealthy and would find no diffi
culty in obtaining bail.
William F. Kern, the alleged leader of tho
" Big Four," had not appeared at tho Court
Houso at noon.
Until he and Hilliard aro arraigned the
subject-matter of the indiotmont will not bo
mode public Tbeie are four count) against
Iteynolds and Kern and five against Hilliard
IB A DENTIST A MECHANIC?
The Qneatlon Which la Droncht Up Over n
Jerary City Olllee.
Building Inspector O'Neill, of Jersey City,
was ousted from his office by the Board of
Aldermen last Tuesday and James 0. Clarke,
a prominent dentist, appointed in his place.
This morning, when Clarke prepared to
take possession of the office, O'Neill refused
to vacate, claiming that Clarke, bclnp a
dentist, was not eligible under the law which
sets forth that tho Building Inspector must
be a mechanic. He will hold the fort and
tako tho matter into tho courts.
Maybe He'll Write a Letter.
Mayor Hewitt did not reach hla otnee to-day until
noon. Whether he had read the statements mads
by coroner Levy yeaterdaj, and printed In this
morning's papers, with referenoe to his veracity, or
not, he did not a it, but hia appearance and mauner
were extremely forb dulug when ho waa asked i
he had anything to say about the Coroner's denial
of tomo statements alleged to have been made oy
I have no controversy with Coroner Levy that
I am a are of," he said, and aJded very decidedly,
"sndl have nothing whatever to aay in reply to
any statements that be msy make. Good morning,
Big. Campanlnl's Concert
Big. Ctmpanlnl will give a final concert at the
Broadway Theatre to-morrow evening, assisted by
Blgnora Tetrasxtnl, Mile. Marie Qroebl, 8lg. Bologna,
BU.Coralnl, an orchestra of seventy and a chorus
ol fifty people. Bljmorl Cleotoute, Campania), Gore
and Do BiaJp will direct.
The first part or the programme will be devoted
tolloatlnl's "Stabat Mater," whtebwIU be given
In Its entirety as regards solos, oonoerted numbers
and choruset. Tho " Ave Maria " lrom otello"
will be sung la the eeoond part of the programme.
Newsboy llnmbnll Notes.
Next Monday at 3 r. M. tbe twice postponed game
between the boys of Tub fcVENmo World and the
Brooklyn World will occur at Washington park.
Nrxt Thursday, at the Polo Groun la, at 10 o'clock,
the Detroit champions will meet TUB Evsnino
The game at Buffalo yesterday between the
newsuor nines of the Etxnituj Setog and Detroit
Journal resulted In a score of IT to 3 in favor ol
tbe home club. Minauer Wakefield promptly pro
teased tne game n.tbe grounds that s mi-proies-alonals,
not newsboys, formed the Buffalo battery,
and that the Keening hexes playera were over the
The Day In Wall Hrreet.
The scare about the serious Illness of Jsy Gould
had no effect on the VU street markets tc-jay.
Both bonds and stocks were quiet and firm.
The banks lost 2,5i8,675 in surplus reserve,
which now stands at $28,128,478. Tne following
THE DAHX STATXHUTT.
Ifoy96. Junl. CHamlti
Louis..... 1863 818.603 S188.8.131.52(XJ Dm. U8.4oS
SpMia.... J0.JW5.lHM 8X4ao,JOJ Dm. 4,0K,OI)
Utsiun. suas7,ouo r,osr,iuo Tn. bi,ioh
Utiffa'n... 1.192.100 1.81y,tKM L-va. 'JUtW
nis cLoutNO quoTinoNg.
Opn, Bltk. tf. Clti,
Canada boathsrn 4SW mu mu ,u
Oansillso l'.eiOo 8 OljJ mil 67K
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Cnieo. Bnrl. Uuinov. .. 112M IIS 11JW lljb
Ubicuv a Mortbwu'. 10SU JIMU lOaW loo!,
UblcMu. a Bt. Paol ,m.V tnji es w,
litu. i ana. a uun 12s, link 138 l.'u
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Kerr's Jury Do Not Agree and
Kerr Goes Oat on Bail.
Tbe Weakness of the Prosecution Said
to Be the Cause.
Well-Presented Bvldance More Effective
Than Brilliant Addreaees Kerr Far
nlshee 800,000 llnll Tbe Jury Mood
Bight to Four far Conviction at the Start
and Did Not Change Will There lie a
New Trial t
Hie jury in tho trial of Thomas B. Kerr
come in at 10,38 this morning, having been
out sinco 7. 03 on Thursday evening.
They announced to tho Court that they
were unable to agree upon a vordict, and
stated that there had been no change in their
ballots since tho first one, taken immediately
alter they retired.
Justice Patterson discharged the jury Im
mediately. This denouement to the trial of Kerr is tho
subject of general comment among the law
yers and others who have heard the trial.
Ira Shafer'a comment is a typical one. He
says " they had evidence enough against
Kerr to oonvict a thousand men." And ha
adds thoughtfully: "Col. Fellows's cpeeoh
to the jury wss n strong one but after all
it's evidence, not oratory, that sways a jury.
" Ther should make up their minds when
tho evidenco is all in, and generally do. with
out regard to what the counsel or the Judge
Tho result is looked upon as another in tho
long series of failures whioh have attended
Col. Fellows since his elevation to the Dis-trict-Attorneyship.
Col. William F. Shaffer, Dr. Samuel Hall,
Harrison D. Kerr and Ghauncoy F. Kerr,
brothers and the son of tho defendant, sur
rounded him in court this morning, and
all were in a cheerful frame of mind,
and they woro not at all surprised
at tho result, whilo llourke Oockran and ox
Judge Davis expressed themselves osper
footly satisfied, as the result was reached by
letting the case go to the jury on the testi
mony of the prosecution undisputed.
Col. Follows evidently felt his defeat keen
ly. Hisvoioewas very subdued and trem
bling as he addressed tho Court, saying he
w..b content with any bail whioh the Court
might acoept. His faoo was drawn and filled
Justice Patterson fixed bail at $60,000.
Bail Clerk William E. Fenny wrote a bail
bond for Thomas B. Kerr shortly after Court
adjourned, and Kerr's brothers, Harrison D.
Kerr and Chauncey F. Kerr, became- his
bemdtmen. Ho went directly to his home.
Col. Fellows was unable to say when the
trial of Korr would bo moved again, and
could not tell whon another boodle caso
would be tried. He refused to talk to re
porters. Foreman Cornelius Howland. George M.
Huntington, No. S; Paul Hohn, No. 0, and
James Doonan, No. 11, voted for acquittal at
tho htort. Tho others woro for conviotlon.
Thero woro frequent ballots during the
thirty-nine and one.half hours the jury
woro out, but no change ooenrrod.
When the first rays of morning sunshine
stolo through the big window in the east
wing of the Court-House it lighted up tho
f acos and forms of twelve haggard and dis
hevelled jurymen and a trio of hollow-eyed
Such was tho condition of the Kerr jury
and the jailers after thirty-six hours of fruit
Icbi contention. For two days and nights
they hod argued and deliboro od in vain.
There was no rest for them, and pillows
and 'sheets were a dream of tbe prwt. They
wore, indeed, so far as the necessaiies of life
were concerned, in a far worse plight than
the criminals awaiting trial in the Tombs.
But Kerr, the millionaire defendant, had
fared better. He bad been " in charge," to
be sure, but his keepers, Under Gheriil Sex
ton and Order of Arrest Clerk Barney Mar
tin, are first-rata companions, and Kerr had
been permitted to bt with his very slot wifo
and his family most of the time, and slept in
his own bed both nights.
The long deliberation of the Jury presaged
a disagreement at least, and with the proba
bilities in favor of the idea that those for
acquittal would be most likely to win over
those who would convict, on the theory that
it Is better to err by setting free a guilty man
than in sending an innocent one to prison.
And so ex-Alderman and Treasurer Kerr
was cheerful, and indeed almost complacent.
Not so Bourko Cockran. He had set his
mark at an acquittal. He is young to tbe
profession of law, and he hoped to blossom
as one of the brightest flowers In tbe New
York legal garden He was not cheerful.
And John U. Bird, the round-faced, jolly
member of Kerr's counsel, was almost sick
with uncertainty. He was pate, and no smile
lightened the sternness of his face. The old
Chief Justice, Noah Davis, was simply philo
Kerr's son, who has been his constant at
tendant during the trial, shared his father's
hopefnluoss, but Bondsman Cox was exceed
bince yesterday tho jury have had no com
munication with Judge Patterson, and neither
court officers nor counsel have been allowed
to approach them.
" We stv nothing to tbe jury," saidCapt.
Billy Bioketts, "and it's right, too. I once
saved a man's life by rapping on the door
of a jury-room. The jury had been out in a
murder caso thirty-six hours, and just one
man was for murder in the second degree.
He was No. 12. The Judge got tired and
told mo to bring them in for instructions.
"They were taking a ballot. Die eleven
who aro for murder in the first degree had
put their ballnts in tbe hat, and the twelfth
man bad written bis when I rapped at the
" It saved tbe man's life. The twelfth
man never dropped the ballot.and it ai for
hanging. He had got tired. The jury went
back and decided on the second degree on
the next ballot. No. 13 told me afterwards."
"Tb, iBbsllbreak the engagement,' she said
folding her arms and looking aenf nt; ' It is really
too much trouble to converse with htm; he's as
deal aa a pott and talk, llku be bad a mouthful ol
mush. Besides, the wsr be hawks and .pits u dla.
gnstlnr,1 'Don't bretkthe engagement lor tbst;
tell blm to take Dh. Haqch uatihmi IUmsdv. It
will cure htm completely.' Well, I'll till him.
I do hate to break It off. for in all other respects
he quite too charming." of course. U cured his
A esuotout aroma paaabw so ttasli la taavud la
amofita; luaamt Uaoas-UBa Utaaasaws,
"PATTr-tJBOTE (TOT FOR 1 LAEK.
A Heavy Weight Wreatllnir Olateh and
William alias "Fatty" Orote, who weighs
400 pounds and carries several eleotio J dis
tricts in tbe Eleventh Ward in bis vest
pocket, was out for a lark last night. Ho
was accompaniod by Dennis llooney and
"Fatty's" frionds took a sign, "No pool
beor sold bore," off a book in front of a sa
loon nt Fourteenth street and Third aventto
and adjusted it on a woman's bustle. It did
not worrv tho woman and it created a great
deal of merriment. Oharlos Mack, of 104
First avenue, stepped up to " Fatty " and
" You aro not in the Eleventh Ward now.
You cau't run tho Sevonteonth,"
Fatty retorted angrily and tho two olinched.
They struggled wildly for two minutes.
Fatty was at out to fall with crushing effect
when Policeman Fisher arrived on th scene.
Mack was arrested on Fatty's complaint,
and the policeman arrested Fatty's two
friends. At Essex Market to-day thoy were
Htaadlnc of tho Clnba Yeaterdnr.
Zjeaoits. rr AaaociaTion. yvr
Hon. Xo.1. c.n. . tout, tent.
Chicago. .... V) 9 ,109 Brooklyn. ... is v .743
Beaton ...... 31 13 ,8iS St. tonu.,... 19 0 ,tU
N.w York... 18 13 ,S0J OtnsiaBSti... 33 11 .887
batrott,.,... IS 13 .810 Atblalla 18 15 .Ml
Pblladalphla. IS 16 .HI IliUimora. .. 1 15 .483
pltubarr... 14 IS . i0 Cleveland. .. 11 31 .Silt
IndUaspoUJ. 10 31 ,833 UmUvUla . .. 10 31 ,313
Washington. 8 33 .308 lianaaa City. 8 33 .388
flames Scbedaled for To-Day.
Indianapolis at New York.
Detroit at Washington.
Httshurgs at Boston,
Chtcagos at Philadelphia.
ctnclnnatls at Brooklyn.
Kanaas Cltyt at Cleveland.
Bt. Louis at Philadelphia.
Loulsvdles at Baltimore.
Allentowna at Jersty City,
Eastons at Newark,
Bintbamtons at Scranton.
EJtnlra at WUkesbsrre.
Princetons vs. Harvards at Cambridge.
Oat on the Fly.
Tbe Boston papers are engaged in an Industrious
hnnt for s silver lining.
The Boston Qlubt is authority for the statement
that the Gianu are now merely spurting. What
are the Boatous doing t
There are several League clubs who would like
to get bold of Borcher .the latest Cmcaio won ter.
The only thing In the way ot hit acquisition Is the
110,000 reltaie cara pinned on bt back.
Dalrymple has been hit by pitched ball three
times In the la.t Ove g me. D-l's dodging
tactic are not ol the bet . He haa but one move,
wulch la to jump away from the plate with a
startled cry ot Wow." In two caaea he Hepped
directly Into the path of Tllcomb't lnhouts.
Among the mo.t anlul dodgers In the profession
ate Ewlng, Kelly, Williamson and Gore.
O.to ter Tate, nt the Bostons, la the latest canal
date for literary honors In toe baseball 1 ne. lie Is
preparing a treatise on b.se-aUsllDg. Before thlt
iblug is ended we msy txtecl something like the
olio wing! "Titoomb the TwitUr; or, the Lett
liand'd Terror;" "Connor the Colt; or, Who
Killed lbs 11 or it:" "O'llourke's Kerenge; or, Who
Cut t .e Hat?" Or peth.p. Buck Kwlug msy favor
us with a treatise on "The Fatal Error: or, Lite
on Third Base."
Amatrara Daaebnll Cleaslp.
The Atlas aefeated tbe PulasXls by the score of
12 to is,
A bine would like to hear from a good biliary;
Address B. A. McKotee, Poat-Offlcebax l,m
Tbe naymana Da.tb.ll club, will play at Collate
Point Sunday morning, June . with the Parrs,
guts, on the College Point's grounds.
I would like to hear from a good pitcher and
catcher for a nine just atartiog. Address 11.
Unbekont, 848 East Forty-first street.
Toe mrodt would Ilka to hear from all nines
undtr eighteen wno will play on the recreation
grounds. Address V. Doris, W East Twaaty.elgbta
OouaxD UthoaTaphsd portraits af all the loading baaa.
PV J"iri ' "n. s-oUoa InspaaMre and Cap.
Ulna, la rail uniform and aoalana. packed in U0U Ooui
Ojuwm Tobacoo, toe twsl te. ptfP ,
ALL READY FOR TIJE8IAYAT BT.LODIS.
Maryland Delegates Think Tfanrraan Will
lie Nominated nnd Will Accept.
faraciAt. to ma wobld.1
St. Louis, June 2. Everything is nearly
ready for the great national Democratic rati,
firation meet'ug hero next Tuesday. The
early morning trains brought a distinguished
array of Democrats. William L. Scott, of
Pennsylvania, and Senator Hansom, of North
Carolina, arrived on the 8 a. m. New York
oxpross. Mr. Scott did not wish to bo inter
viewed. It is tho general impression of Mr. Scott's
friends that ho will favor Thurman, if it's
certain that Thurman will accept tbe nom
ination. Ex-Senator Bornum of Connecticut has
headquarters at the Southern Hotel, no says
that the National Committee will meet Mon
day at noon to arrange for tho temporary
organilatlon of tho conventoin.
Senator Gorman and the Maryland delega
tion arrived in style this morning. The
Maryland people aro for Thurman for Vice
President and think that he will be noml.
noted and will accept.
rha Made Things Lively In Ibe Restnnrant.
Lottie Ulertn, a women well known sbout town,
who owns several houses In West Thirty-second
street, wss arrested at t o'clock this morning In
Clark's restaurant, at Sixth avenue and Thirtieth
street. She entered the restaurant and ordered
two bottles of wine; these she am. sued upon the
tables and then sent the bottles Dying.
An attempt was made to put her ont, and she
screamed to that Detective Perkins, of the Nine
teenth Precinot. hesrd ner a block off. He ran
and arrested her. In the Jefferson Market Court
she looked tired. Large diamonds were In her
ears, while her eyebrows were onaiksd. She told
J u.t Ice O'Reilly that a man ruffled her temper.
Lottie was fined f la
Harvard Bate to Pitch for lbs H. I. A. C.
During the summer U. W. Bates, the orscx
pitcher of tbt Harvard College nine, will tpeud his
vaca'lon on Ststen Island. lie has already Joined
theS. I. A. C and hs promised to pitch for the
nine attachi-d to that club. lie will make his first
appearance on June 89, when the 8. U A. C play
ball with the ataten Island Cricket and Baseball
Amntrur Alhlrtra (loins Abroad.
George Ooldle, Erall Koos,, Ed C Carter,
Walter C. Dohm ana Oeorgt R. Gray, of the New
York Athletic Club, and T. F. Conneff, Fred West
ing and Hardy VI. HsuU, of the Msnnatian Atb.
letlc Club, aned to-day on the Auraula to compete
In the English and Scotch amateur meetings.
Vmbbrd by an Unknown Woman.
Wolf TJmtion, seventeen years old, a peddler.of
7 Mott street, when walking thron.h Elutabih
street early this morning. wa stabbed in the chin
by an unknown wora.u, Jie was removed to
Chambers Bireet IIoepiwL
Air. Larry Jrrome ntoeb Hotter.
Larry Jerome, who was taken by his family to
Sheron, Conn., yesterday, suffering from so st
uck of vertigo, is to-day much better. Ills Illness
Is not regarded as serious,
a a -
luteal New CoadensaiU
A novelty In the .hope of a "acenorama" will be
teeu at Docket er's Theatre to-iiiorrow night. It
will show paiotluga af er UustaVv Dore'a Bible
UlustratlODS, with orlgnal meebauleal effects.
Have you seen the picture of our Gov
ernors t The most beautiful and instructive
aeries of pictures ever issued. This valuable
collection, together with certificate for
album, is inclosed in every package of tho
'Turkish Oross-Cut " Cigarettes. .
Delegation to tbe National Convention,
Being aware that tba three bast altar.dlanar snaaohaa
of tba eaason were made upon tba .parkllsc foundation
of Beat Rotai, Bso, tola asqublte Dry wtna baa bean
included In tb stores on lbs spaelal trains for St,
tie Faased n Comfortable Night Pleased at
tho Action of OoBoTees.
Iimut to Ttr woato.l
Wabbinotox, Juno 2. Gen. Sheridan
passed a comfortablo night. He suffered no
reeurrenco ot heart trouble, aud at 0 o'clock
this morning his condition was about tho
same as it was at this timo yesterday. Some
ono of his physicians was with him through
out tho night, and Mrs, Sheridan is now in
the sick chamber. Tho General's cough is
less severo to-day.
Yesterday when the General heard that the
bill making him a General bad bocome a law
he brightenrd up considerably, and said to
Col. Mlko Sheridan, who commmnnicated
tho news to bim : " That was kind of them."
The four attending physicians held a con
sultation at 9 o'clook this morning and issued
the following bulletin :
Gen. Sheridan continue, to hold his own. There
haa been no return of alarralntr symptoms. Uo
passed a fairly good night and bad sufficient slesp.
Alone towards morning the General waa
thrown into a violent paroxysm of coughing,
but no alarming results followed.
Young Dall-Playero Disappointed.
In consequence of the recent rainy weather, the
ball grounds In Central Park wot not be open to
the pnbilo until the ground Is thoroughly dried,
whloh, from present Indications will net be for a
week or longer.
Msny boys visited the Park this morning pre
pared to play the national game and were sadly
bupt. Parsons says that to use the grounds In
their present state would spoil them for the re
mainder of the year.
Clifton Kotrien lor Monday,
rarzoui, to tb woaLOw
Clifton Bacb TaAca, June t, Clifton races,
Monday, Jane 4:
First Raoa. Pan 300, forbsatan bortaai sailing al
Change lOilLottia Fillmore......... 107
Glaudon 10t,Tooal.. '.... 107
Houndsman luaUolUa Thomas o3
Waa.er.,.,. lOO'Pat Dal...., .100
Baaond Raoa. Pursa S300, for baatao bcraast asIUna
Traveller 10J Alva .,. li7
Luokj bavan 1W Niahtabada. I'i7
H.nnald lU3 llepon , lirj
Allanoka Iu8 nardOaah 191
Third Raoa Purse $300 1 tailing aHowaacaai Ira-,
Graale si Fbra Baoapa Si
Oato 4 Barbara. ii
Oaorra Angna.... 4Pat Cooaan It
Fourth Kaoa Puna gOO, mUIus allowanooat ala and
llartla W soil llllllias Viol 110
F.ioon.r l Uarnct 108
Adonl 105 Courtier 1U3
Ulttar I- upnraala IMI
Fifth Kaca. Puraa f 300, Bhohola Uandleap; mUa aad
Kl.mat UU Wlndaall 1U4
Krlsht Ktaa... lS lror lvO
Cardinal UaUloiSey,,.. 107 Balmont 7
Truaburn... 105Jua liradt. ,. M
Cooler( Fair Wenther.
i 1 Wasuinotoh, June 3.
i (CS t heaffterndfcaltoitj;jr
J5J2iS'ffl6jwr Connfrtfcul and eastern
IB tAasWr r Veta ,,'"''3W tojrtih
JlpPn ,ce,ter,V wfnda'; cooler,
fj ti- ( , Ijbtr matter.
The Weathor To-Day.
Indicated by Blakely'slsie-tneraometeri
IBS. 1887. 1881. UVI.
8A.M......... W 7U A.t JS 74
Avaraaa lot pass. wantr-f oar noun, m i.gdaaiaia.
Avaraa-a lor outraauudlng tuna ust year, 7s3-V ia.
hoxmib Hats. Btsaws. Dbts and Rioa Uats
from .0 oaala to (5, MoDaMM'a, 318 Boaary, near
nrwrolletdnleeh See. ... .
lsuasslydry, laiKUiW.W.IaliMkfa. V
LAST EDITIDN. 1
HO! FOR ST. LOUIS. 1
Tammany and the County Domooraoy 3
Qo Hand in Hand, 4jm
Cloveland and Thurman tbe ; WM
Popular Watchwords. JH
Twenty-six Tollman Coaches and Plenty of 'uH
Good Cheer A Great Gathering al the) -iuwBnl
Qrand Central Depot All Enthnalastlo 'sH
for Cleveland and Thnrtnan A Cetsnlata H
Mat of tbe Delegate and tho Henchmen 4nM
Who Will Oo With Them. -m
Quietly, without a whoop and minus war ''mm
point, about three hundred buoks of the &H
Tammany Hsll tribe gathered at the Grand $1
Central Depot at noon to-day, preparatory to WMm
starting on tho trail which will take them to "'m
the great council at St. Louis. 49
Tho train, consisting of thirteen elegantly fr$ffl
appointed Wagner sleepers, waited In the) "iigB
"Annex" depot in Forty-second street, anai
from on early hour In tho morning. Tho ntPanaal
platform was crowded with delegates aad $U
their friends, and the greatest difficulty was VWH
found in finding spaco on it to store the im- w-B
mense quantities of food, wine, beer aad Wm
liquor which had been provided, and much 'a9
of which is destined to be thrown from the) Wm
car windows to food tho poor along the Use) 9
of the New York Central and Hudson Siver 'Jvfl
Big Ohlof Tom Gllroy was not there. Ha &w
left yesterday afternoon to perfect arrange- 'H
ments for the reception of the Tammany l'lfl
men at the Southern Hotel. '19
Unlike Tammany, the Counties made soma- . -wk
thing of a display at this end of the route. 'ffll
The Murphy legion, consisting of fifty mem- ,mm
bers of the Hickory Club of the First Assem. i '1H
by District, had orders to leave their club- 'iM
house in Hudson street at 8 p. v.. ;iqH
under command of Senator Michael , H
O. Murphy and headed by Bayne'a , 'fM
Bixty-ninth Ilegiment Band. Their m.
march will be up Hudson street to )mm
Spring, to Broadway, to Fifth avenue, to ( f iWM
Bryant Park, where they will bo photo- t mM
graphed, after, which they will Join their . 7iH
brethren from the oUior districts, assembled ( ;H
at tho Grand Central Depot- -. .f t :asaal
' -Ta Murphy Juegioa is uniformed ia tprlB, p H
suits of gray material and high "Hickory!' ' '$MW
Jackson white plugs, and carry a beautiful , IPH
stand of colors. On the left breast each maa I gfl
wears a metal badge, being n medallion pori . ilMW
trait of President Cleveland in vellow metal . 9M
on a field of white ' ' .H
Tho County Democracy's train consists pf mM.
the Fame number of sleepers as that of Tom- ' yMu
many Hall, and is equally weU provisioned.' '.jgH
winod and liquored. The organlzatioas' .H
itinerary is simitar to that of Tammany, ex- fl
cepting that.the route is reversed, the out trip vIM
being made by tho Michigan Central aad .'!
Wabash, and the return by tho Boe Line and !
Lake Shore. ' $m
Hero are the braves who are moving oa St. MMm
Louis, and the County cohorts who are a ,
their trail, 100 miles behind : "?9
Tammany llnll. IbB
riBST DISTRICT. mMW
Judge P. Oavan Duffy, Wo, Vsrslage, 'ssai
Aid. Patrick McCarthy, lleniy Baebel, JirH
neorge Blair, John M. "rVillis, -Htm
Depnty Sheriff Patrick James O'lisra. 3tWm
Flirgerald, K. atendebuohn. imM
BXCOrTD DI3TBI0T. ' ;B
Alderman P. Dlvver, Tim J. Doaohna, "'Staal
James Duuphy, Mark Lanlgsn, mmm
M. W. Bowen, Uaurtce o'Huiilvsn, wMm
Thoe. Wild., Michael J. Deery, y'B
Jta, W. Ledwlth, Niohblas T. Brown. , M
Samuel Wolff. Joseph Meyer, VH
John uarlghsu, Cornelius F. Crossa. ?$
John F. Davis, .M
THIRD DISTRICT. 'innWal
Rejlster Jat. J. Bltvla, B. J. McCana, Caanl
Jno. Woods, John A O'Bnan, $nl
Hd. J. Cowan, JndgaChas. M.aaaeyt VsMn
Frederick Enabe, JsaV. Lyaeh, oMm
Tneo. T. Ilasean, Joseph R. Goggla. JLaal
The. Bmltn, jr., JH
rOCRTB DUTBICT. H
Edward T. Flupatrlcfc, EUwardF. Reynolds, il
John T. Tool, Andrew A. Nooaaa, w-isBaai
K. U carer, NlcaoUs J. Reamey, 'Jaawi
Wm. Colllgan, Roday S. Brassel, M
Jeremiah liayeo, John UeDonneO, 'iwanl
John J..Blalr, Wm. L. Brown. sana
Dr.Wm. A Conway, tSmm
rirrn distsict. f PH
Judge Michael Norton, Wm. J. RuddeU, f?M
Aid. rtUip Holland. John a Wleklng, fdsBBT
Deputy flhetlff Julius Denis MeOtaty, xH
Kaufmann, John ParceU, Vital
Uarsoal Louis MoDer- Thomas LougaUn, 4M
mott, JohnE. might. !ajB
sixrn distsiot. muM
Senator S. 7. Itellly, Jeremiah J. Ford, !
Peter Daffy, TbomuJ. Ward. 3P3fl
Patrick Curler, Owen McGtanli. f?9
Patrick 1L Sullivan, Michael A. Sweeney, i-M
Asiemblymsn Wm. J. Wintsm Siemkopff, '0m
AlcKenns, J. C. WcDermett, WU
Joseph W. Blebert, Uenry 1L Ilsdenksaf, MM
William Qeoghagtn, Thomas J. uajdea. 'atltani
James Carraber, M
SIVKNTn DISTRICT. 'nanni
U F. Martin. Jas. lUnrda, 'J8Mm
Wm. Lamb.ar., Geo. Lackey, WMM
Tnos, J. O'Donnell, Jno. U. Rogers, fflMw
Cornelius W.CampbeB, Edmond U. Beatern !,
Jaa Pat.ertoo, John II. Pommer, SaW
Joo. K. Oakford, Thos. McQiynn, Wmm
John J. Leather, John Lake. llH
XIOHTB DISTRICT. aPI
George nail, i William Bneu. WM
Albert Kiierlch, John IL Schieleh, MM
John W. Reppeanagea, Abram & OolaamHa, 'vawal
William Campbell, Matthew Daly, 3rm
PhlUp Wluig, ' Thos. Bolaad. (H
HIMTB 91STBI0T. Jfl
James Fiupatrick, Daniel Williams, ilH
John J. Oorman, Patrick Uiggtaa, Gtmt
John D. N angle, Thos. Fltspatrlok, 7hH
James Boon. Thos. Ttvera. MM
nurn DisTaicT. I
rhat, Sleekier, I John Graham, Tdai
Julius llarburger, Moses Sehltsingei, IM
Geo. F. lCorsch, Benry Jacobs, 'tJM
Thos, 11. Flanagan, Wm. K. Fay. MM
ILSVUTTH SUTR10T. H
Leicester Holme, I Riohard M. Henry, iwkm
Michael Breen, I Theoaora Connoly.
Albert J. Adams,! I MmW
TWBUTH DIBTnlCn, ''ttMM
Daniel nanlty, JohnttBefaa. !$m
Louis Cohen, BoL D. BieeBthal, rSMM
Henry Woltman, I John Guinea, WkM
John A. Wrede, ( J. L. Mlchselsoa, MM
MaurtoeF. iiolahan. I Caruilan Butter. 9nH
TBIBTSXMTB DISTRICT, rgtai
James Barker, caaa. P. Andersen, itnwi
Thos. carrou, ?,d',.1J- jTt :?iwaai
Jas. curran, U. J. PJtagibboaS, , 'jH
Ieaeo TerrUl, W. aKlammer, Jaaaal
Jta. CUrke, j JohnFraata. fmW
CCTVrfMltwmaTtaaftTgaV) I "H
v . i i u, .jMM