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NEW-YORK. SATURDAY. JI?A 1. l?Mi.-SIXTHEN PAGES. PRICE THREE CENTS. W? T. ST. JOHN RESIGNS. a KEMVLT Or THE BANK PI.FSIDKNT'a SILVER VIEWS. prRC<^*OR** Of TTT KEftC?MTILB NATIOMAL OP? IXMED TO HIS IM'.AS AND TO Iirs OOINQ TO CBtCAQO HI II IPOEEN OF A? a : BIOCIU nCCANOIl . : FOB v:.'K-r:-.t:-;ii'i:\''Y The following formal not'? ? u.is tssij??il yester ?a>. ?r?r.ed bjr F. 1*. Bchenck, cashier of th?-- M.-r C?i.'.i.e National l'.ar.K. ..r No, l'.'l Broadwaj ; At a "reet.i.?; 01 DiroetOfl .,'. th;s tank, William P. Si John let. :, red ? - ? ? I ? r k ? ' ? [-'. - v, , great i ... g - ere i ^ Mr. St. Johtn'e - t vu .iir?*etly due t.. i Ivor, and it had boon looked |gr, He waa ih?.- only bar.?, president in New WILLIAM P BT T?-?F**N. Tnrti t? eome out for free silver, an?*. In fm-t. he has eon th? lead!*?.*? exponent of free silver In Ibe East \ STATEMENT AT THE T*.ANK I ? ? statement wag piven out at trie %am* W am P M Jotai has reatgned the prest? (.' ? the Mei Nal ni foi a r ' 8i ipokenly advocated e - -'nage of b11v( r. i rcli president ad ting : ' ? ? The mattet .- - - - ? his ri letter from ? ? ! reel -. of which the ? is an ???: - Mr St .; ' - it heard thai ' . Tod are u t to d ? ' T Imlt that the positloi i hold ptv?s f : T'y'.v??r before a con ? ght not to go when ; know ; ird le ar,,t\-* ? * r tree. I am friend " ' ? St John i?.-a?: recent!) ?- ?? resolu . . ! ...... .... .. ? . . first of 1 emands li unlit ge for ?liver at IS toi Mr. St. John i fl -??-.. lent of II ! ' ? ? nt 11? Nat toi ' , ' ? rectoi ? - ... : ? -, ... - tothebank . ? ? ....... -., ? . .,. ; ? - - - regret? Th<- ?'. th? bai k arc W P. St John. J. hn E. I'.'.rne. W. ?' Browntafc O. W. Croaa man. Yale Kneeland. Emanue! T.ehman. P M. ;.: iken, J?tnes E. Nichols, A. O. Paine. '"? if H/i.^-:?'.. C M Vail, I^aa?-- Wu'.larh. J. W. We .'.?. . '"Vh-nck. ? Bi lid yeal There tvae no ?r*:y I if- line exhl: Ited al the rr-.eetlnp of the : ? f Directors, nor baa then besa nt' per? F r ' . ;? per | . for 1 uik. and I accepted Its ; nt. T rectore t wanl me to go to i'v ago 1 d rdred ? g*o. 1 aha '. start fur ? ? .... that Mr. St. J ihn - : VI ? President H<? . : ?- r rat. A ? . - -.e a r n him as an ac ? andidate for head tbe Chl ? l -it th? r< ? ' lleve that he I - - K<? has never v . . i e bel MR. ST JOHN'S LITE ii--? is a wealthy man, and the loss of tbe Mer? ci.. ? ? pose no pacunl ary I rdsl ? :. hirr.. Mr St. John ^as born l- ?? - Ala., on February 19 1849 He ra ? - ? ?ion In Mobile, Germany, Enp la: ! u bluetts In 1S,'-T h- came to Kew-Toi en In seven kinds g for four years i rtor to I ? ? th the Mercantile Hank in ta, salea ai i for Have ? -he sugrai ? action? footed up $.1 ' ' at the i I ... Mr St. John ei I i I Bank as caahier In January. for this poat by George W. p? eft his plai - ? \.r Nati ' ' " to be* ,.f ,) e >.t. - When Mr. Perl rs latei Mr. .St. John suc i - ... . ....... -?... Mer? ca na as a rector. He la a ? ion National Bai ?- ? ? al Bank He is I - Church : - ? ? .. -; itn r, |n F ,uth( rn - , i warm friend of Mm Jeffera >n I .. Miae Winnie !?;.' - i ? ? ? ? led to his r- ' Southern 6 lety a feu ? He ?s tall and *. rown beard and rown hair, ? . iresaes carefully. I ?- tion of being an effective ersi' 1 r, BILVER MAN Mr. St. Johi not ale - been a free-silver ?M i form? rly a member <^i the com r- ttai ? - r of Commer?a. ^bss i.- u-js put on this committee be v.as *'"* rold. | ? -as s'.:.s?-?,ij- ?ntiv rhanp'd. e*i. kg mad< ?? - ? ?rts In favor f i Hi ??f ? . ? Ittee He na? ?-? on ? H ruse ' ? ?? ? ka of. ew-York, 1 U ? | ?? ff because ' pi ectl * lor i ir. 81 r posed the r?.r??a | law, and ?: ? the Congi mlttee t in hand. I i plat n by a Nat F Iver Conven t ? . stroni inatltutloa II ir.lti -? . 1-c li .**'! ' ?" " Kl an I it has a sur I .- * ? $9rm '.???' [ta laal report of con ? ?: : 7 si indi' ldual de I elti t to ? he.-k .?-".''.LI? I'-" "4; due to other N ink? **.'; -l'ei .".'m; \(\ and due to %\ '?'-:. "77 '_'?* i s ted to ?Vi "K". ~X\ 92. bank ? . ... s _'t n i (?m two yean ag-o I. .a bond !tr"k?-r, v bo is nos . ; a RECIPROCITY IN INSURANCE. tendent Pierce, of the 8'a'- . . ? ? ? i?.?, admitted the - I ??>i 1rs mpi'iv. of Berits -*-'.- Tlie ' ? t ? - . refue !" ? ? ? - ....... .... ? LOSSES BY THF 0ALVE8T0N FIEF. -'on Tes ' ' Work ?ill he begwe lm l ffbe wharf front ...... , . ' ? i i is in Pa!NIK1' **?U !"'': ' MJ; HEHLET CREW. ttw-'"- ?bile P*f ; ' ? ' Haagbldge in "Truth" ??.y ., ?? y ' ' end i., are-stande %k ? ?., ' ' ' Buy U aid joa *?V a.v-sj? take it ,A.jVt ? A 8ERI0U8 REBELLION IN CHINA. FRKXTH IttMlONfl I ?KSTKOYEI? ON* TUT*: BORnntq of kiano-soo-am ambricam Of RitlTI?!! WOMAN f-'AIP TO HAVE BEEN ABDUCTED. I."nrt??n. Jnlj S. - "The StandanV' ?rill to-mnr row publish a ?lisji.it. h fr?.tu Shanirrial. sayinsT thnt a s-rl.'us r?.-l>elli??n has 1-: ? ?-.?-i ??ut on the borders of KianK-S.... ai.1 Shan Tung Kum..rs ar? current that the Fr-i ?h misr-ions have le?-n d'-stroyed an.l the ?mvertg soatt-r-1 A ?'?erman miae*4?*mary |a Bald to ha? e be?sn killed It in aNi, !t-j,,,rt?-il that an A*n?-rlran tir Hri'ra'.i Wtimar. inissLnary ha?? i.t-.-n fil??] rt. t-?1. a> MILLIONS OF SPINDLES TO STOP. REMWl Or THF. MOVKMKXT TO rt'RTA.T. OOTTON flyOTH ?PRODUCTION. Fall River. Mas?.. J_*?? z -The foliotA-Ing official ?? reg?aj?il*aB the ? : ?*?iri_ .' ?*-??? -?????? nallla in New-Bng ? | ?-.,* given out this aftern rata i.y Mr. -? >??--??' of Btea Fall RtTBC I'otton Mari.if . tUn -N _gj -' 1 ? ??? r ?- -r;-i:--. g .- p intgd ,.-. '?-.'. i. to h i? or ? ? ? . ; ? .. , nrut u ??? of NeW-Enf-ran 1 ? movement curtail guat, ? : ?'?; ?ri ih il re bi ???: ?!?..' ? and have --" - ?" ? ' y the marasgrr-rs of over 4.00 ??? -;?nll?-c :'- ?" ?. - ind an ! Corme 't ?Idee * , . -, ' ' I and the Middle 8 - ? | ? .;, ? , OVi - :,. "?-. ? -;? ? A ?- ? . ?? I 1 .;,. --,,m i ;; j N ? - ?;..- tfsai a: m.-. ? ing .,' go ithen manu faotun ??? 1 .r .,--,. ;. . ? . ?,, , ?1 urg - ?wims ??-- ? .????-.? ? the n?-?;t rw?. ?? -? ? . , . i ly Boquiea ?? rt this si ;.;.air. JONATHAN "H.\'"', f*h ili-msn; C. C ROT'NSEVIIaT?E, B? -r tin-. TO William C. levering, r?r.-?? .lent of the A-k ?ATlrh" The Flgrjng of th? afrro.rr.T.r has caused a rree* b?i ? at relief u>.v. ?ng manufacturera. For two we?-k!> M. .-.??r? Roun?erlllc an! T4 ik-r hav? work<-l unremlttlng"ly among Boa-tor. and Providenc? men. ris well as am?-ir?g treeaur? r? Ir. this city, I it until ? n'l'lurk thla aftsrnoon thejr eoul i nol really say the movement to curtail would he <f.-<???ssfii! The ! Beacon?! Mills ??lurre-l this aftPrT)o<-.n, a-.rl wllhin hslf an hour Mr Ro-unsev I? Bee ired tbe -?'.srr.at'.ires of the i'nlon, Pocaseett, D?rfe? and Narrea*ans M . ami the letter to the Arfcwright Club was sent. The only tartortea In thla city the! ?mi no; cur? tail ?nilf-r the aL*r?"--n?-r.: are -he Parker ur.i Har praves, where a strike of four week* eraled a short time u??o; the K-rr Thread Mill, rh?- Olobe Yarn M 11, t!,- Sanfr.rd s; Inn II ?f ml is. 'he Bteveni Maru iaoturir.B Company, ar ? thi Bourne and Fall Blver Iron Works mills. In ali 2.SBB.M0 ?pindle? ? main Idle, ai t 22,0 ? iv? no vt ? .-k About one-thlr-l of th? milla F'.gr.e '. an apr^cment to cluse ro-r.igr.t for one or two week? Bit a 1 ? curtailment becaroi the cloth mar? I ? ? - ned in pri,-e. ani II Is believed tl it quotations will reac-h '?\ cent? for MxM'b befora the - er. '.% The price of Mx<4'? ad 1 to ?*-? carrvts '.o-lay and ?11,000 plett*?? w re i al ttte ?dv?i?-iced qtrate ': merket iva? j ..: for th? week ; ? result of the effort.? to <-r.?? ?? i ????' rurtell ( product! n. \v : L The . the produotloi ?? - July ? - - ... - , . ? - - I *M . sal??, . -, "" ? ??? ? ? . 1,0 futui . . .. ? .-.,-.... M, Beptaanl at, ? - 2.000; No vembor. 1 - Mark '.firm ; . . - 'or ?x-i??^'?. ."'***?;- ? raorexary ?of ttte 8aJ mere1 Vaoaa, tau i p| ? ? . -n .^ r|- i on th? proptaaed (*u*rtaBUm??a< of pr>>iiicti?t>ij? Amo-f rna?ry otabea* th'rw? h? m ye; ?? .. c. . ..?a genera! eh'i'?own of ?he we deem it i - ?J '.hat Rul? i- to ?atoppagi ?? The) ??: the ? -, rltj f the n - - ? ? ? ? - -.f stopp gti pay e ? of the mill? shut d rwn, wl n ?i '??? ?re p under ?mid a - ? Btrtsdy ?---k an ( w le put In I Tlae fllrsars re qui i ne the i "-??-. ? the <ifh>es i f the Qulne nd the Dont? ttoi amp ?;.- W iregram Mil'?, o' w-, rrssrai ? -.? *i\ - - e Mills ? K III ir'y. ?rill - ^ tlnx from sixty hJir? to forty hour? a w ?*?'< !r .T ; .\:(r .->? Thla n*f<^-T<! over 2.009 hands. ? RESCUED FROM I>Rf>WXIxrr, MORGUE ATTEN*TJAKTB HAVE A HARD TIME TINO A MAN' Ot*T OF THB TAST RiVKR. Th?- nirht atterodanrt at *.h^ M?ynru? had an ?sotting ..,..,. ?.eeterday morning About 2:20 o'clock, H stl ,l ?? nlghl r?-?-:--r, heard ?on me from th? rlrer. The cr-1?--- a ? - ?e >f a man in distress. TT-rstJ ran quickly to the . ? T -v? i ? y - - - \ ? I - ?1 and J mped to a - - - that wra? ...--?? : '?? ??? . - - f wed by rhe policemtn oi the beat end two Mors-.p sesl?Kau*ts, J.?hn BrtQ and Jan mpbell, who 1 I ?? m I ?? rd tiie crlea When Huetl reached ttte g i man in th? w?i*er, s-r.je-ir':r.R- d-?s ? ? rsly Tii?- man - ink ? u of f-z': : Iwtor? i T-? i ?>* ; ti him ? gain, bul tv-.;.? ? ?: che .' r men, ' w? i.m ?rere thon >n the M.m. and hef i H stl - . i tu-n-? river, 1 test?t rh It ? ..- - i ? ? ? - Bank ajral.n. Tl.- next time. ? was r ? - ? ,s-- mi oaifad ? ????? a iliarhr iio.-i on Mm, by ?? ? -h-- -I?- k and au*H 'iirig aa : ? '.'. ; - ? ? ?' ? ; ? ?? ? ?- !?? 1 :r. -? ... .., ? ? ? era gel a bold TTm m.?n ?raa fli ft? I ??,. ? w 111 .-..-n WaMace, *.vho actf ?_.?-? ?in lant al the M- i*_*ue In th? daytime Hi ? u Bated, BJttd vx_a^ revived with lirfi . : no purchas on the at n of th? . ? - ? . i | ? | ?? :- v ?: : -. '.'.'h: re - n i w.i? ? ? - ? .e river by the drowning man \Tallace ???as a'--??;i!r.g trn Che pier, ind II Is -i-.- qtUte ?-??i: whethtsr he fell "ft or wa* pu abed off by aoate on... w-h<? was trv'tniT to f" thro ig;h hi? pockets H" w-aa aa weak yesterday That hn had to remain in bed. -?> - . TBE BERMUDA'S CAPTAIN SET FREE. i-iSK OF THI' CREW Q1VEB AH A<*OOt*l?TT of THE ! IBABTR? it'B LANDIHO. jMkBoarllle, Fla July 3. -Captain E. G of the ateamer B ? irged w.'h bavins -.-... ??<? ni itrallty l?we by nductlng a Ulbiuner? I ,x... m ? Cuba after a hearlr,?? bef re rged The tw> O .v?rn- . m*-i.t wltneBsra i-'rank Vl'Uliamg and H ?ri May. n on the vet's--: were loable to swesr that th? , ; iras within 100 n lee of ( 'u)?a. Tb? ? ere ? i thai ? ipts ?!::?' lid not tek? c.-.-irft. of ; toanOi uni re than rhrv.- miioa? outsid? [ Sr ,l..hn? Hiv.-r bet ' Il 'Ime t'aptain I i'I<r ?-r. had h? ? :. :. runs nrho la a ?.--r.i; ?t.. admitted 'hat he nevi r t.,-i\-- : ? ? ? " ?' ' " re i ? r ,,: ?.-... !.i bed not rel pay him <BIS, ? I | | for *.V.I!lam? c graphie account \t i o'elo ??'.?? ? . ' - ar. h?'-:r . , .,,M. asr??m ? en ? ? ?rere Mk?n from tl -; ?" '" _.-. ti ? boxes v? ?- opene I I the mei .... He ?aid ? lew thai the '-arK rge piece ? , ind th *Th?t oillrani <y* the rubans, WU wen drunk with beei and they and ?aenj of tbe Hern? ' to the boeu I lacked ? leader Plnally on? ??.' th? .,..- af tbe ?"uhans on -l_ no Oiher? ran i.."1 ? bi : h lb#e ? - ? - .- ?beyad the orsjei ?ota*?ol ??a boau ? .'" ., ... other? were -mashed ?ad ?B?*e* T-:v; _ '" "^;r:: IrMtl.h H.,ndi.r... . '-^en w?r. put a?hore. O? [be voyage ih. remainder of th? anna wer. jetil.M.ei. MTONLEY TO WORK?XGMEX. AN BH1WU8IA8TIC DELEGATION of WAGE-EARNERS VISITS CAlfTOIf. A rOKCIBIAl TALK ON TT.?-iTK'-TI.iN* AST? SOCTtl) MONET PROM Tin; REPUBLICAN CANDI nil'ATK "THKP. i'AU.KH-. Canton, c?hio, July 8.?It was an interesting ; del^jration of wage-earn"rs f r un TtMCturawaa County, nu m her i na; aboal one thousand, that called on Major McKlnle- this hot July after? noon, They came with flacs flylnur. drums r 41 ' nd bands playing. In the midst of tl ; cession eras '?..me ?.i..fi a hug? shed "f American bright ttaplate, manufactured In "tie "f ths a: Canal Dover, it is the larr*,-s: gbeel ?' :.:. plate ever mad.- ir. th>? United St.??.-?-. ?t.? dimen? sions being .'1(1x141 hachea There wai n1s> mr ried ?n tin- prtaceasjlon a hupe plate of galvanta? i s.i 230 Inches in icncth. The delegatttoa was essentially a laia.tr delegation. It vas com? of hard-w.irklnc men. It was not a [arrisan or ?anlaatkm or a marching club Half the n i it voted the Demo ratic tb kei four years ai W. A. Bovi f Dennli n, -i"'?.?' f-r the visit? ?n, and his ..,,??.-? ?.?? ? _ v .-re cordially ch< ?r d The api earam e .f Major McKinley was the siirr.al for u prolonged outburst "f eb< which lasted several minutes. After quiet bad been restored, MaJ ir McKinley made the |< ? - Informal t::!k he !???? jrei addressed to a v delegat u It. i Mr :. ? sena: I am ven ? ? ? ? ? ras County, It n apoktranian, f.>r th ... ?Vient trorda ?.' c- "np art?! ? to nt? ! -..--? ,- ? ? ?. '.-.-., . ... . . ? .. rled oceup i of the i ?????. 'ire ' ..--ner?- ? - ... .-.?.'. nal i f every rank of ] v i here, rour home, not f frmi ,i- - - ? j nr" here because ir your hearts ? great fur i i?? ? ? ? ? trines of ti-:?- R?, . ' I* 1 ! Toil - b ere best for i -."?.,: I ,;.?-:... Ion an 1 I ? ?-?.?,'.: secure the people the larg< n ? - ire f good t I ? ? . ? ? ill 1 it for in-.re than a thii prli ? min?t, i count .... ; -. . ? - ? ' ? ? | V an kno? tl ret ire ? m ?? - r.g ? ..-' those . ai'.cr all, nlj ??? ? ^; ? ' ? ?? ... . . ? ??.? that have ? ? * t ?i- ks r. tuse t h? ar s the Amei ? that they ars i ? : ? ? tp ret .... . - ? tirr apokesi ' ? ? . ? H.-r- are :ir? - ea -h or her. no. mat ter what our o All of us want i mai kets; snd tl en a e want | oney a ?rays. '?"?? '? i ? ge i ' ? ' . th 100 cent? . ? the American peo] re In favor ' on. and you to 1 ? ? ?;? your in a 1? what <h;. ? g [b to aay gratel ' .; the part of i n .-???-. rawe P nt] What I want I .. ? prosa] ertt ?? ?.? ? h ' ? ? Loud ar. I . waM i* to see lie m-r. at work it An e. (IaO'id applause > Ar ' th( , mai ?> ???. ave it work ?? r ?(-', ?'-?<:.? in - rr? !.?-rt?r markets will the farmers have -. ?? . i wlC they ???: for their pro duets. Every one of you farmer? kr.-.w? that (rom ? xf.-rienc*. And BOW, after e>.; r<-?:r* mv prratrtu ?e for the asy-irnncc yon have given me <,f jrour fri i rapport, and ? you arith ar overflow? ing bean te raj home cltj and to my owi eve me von- ?,r?-at pleasure to meet ai . greet . : ly. iTr-n.. ndoue : ? ee ) re irrl ed ear.y this morning at the Me? d? oce Bcott Ha>?-s. a son of th<- ite a a.? the llrst to rorr.? lie cai see his eldest brother, Burchard Hayea wh leen ill here, though not dangeroualy for two - At 11 o'clock a party of Plttshurp p drove up on a tally-no. In this party were Mr. and Mrs. W McC Crafton, Mrs Gllliam, Mr and Mrs. Rankln. F A Russell, Miss N'-vln. - Torren. Mr. and Mrs I-" S Burrou Archihald George. The ladi?-s were enthusiastic in th??ir greetings I Major McKinley, and ex? pressed regret that the laws of their Btat< i, ' permit them to voti From advices received h-re to-night it is learned that a numl"?r of delegat i"'? composed wholly of '.?omen, will visit ?'anton. for the pur e of calling on Major M< Kir.!?-- wit hin the ? .-1 ? two or three weeks The first delega! i of women will prohahly come from. Cleveland or S* LaOUlg It oer-ms to be agreed ,,n _I1 sidCfl that the Republican National Headquarters ?ill be in New-York. THE DEADLY PROADYYAY CURVE. A r >T CArOHT BETW BIOS TWO CAT!.!-. r ?iRS, kn""ki'?i Dome a**?tj briiked. ?amuH Mngor, fourteen years a-,r? of JCa : r.-t ???? r?-:?rht between t-*o ;"r ? ?-.i? ,e a*ira, ?? F :*-??.--th-st., :.i'e yesterday after? noon arrl wa.? knocked down, sustaining severe tee on the leg He refused the aid of an ambu surg n and atari . off for I 1 ? The ; ice where the I was b rt baa enme to be cal ? i "Dead Man's Curve." flneer had start '. to ci -- the street, but when he got half way, two cars, coming In reel mis, were aimosr him They could not slow up, and were tr.iv ?h a hiRh rate of speed the m time ' k<> sit ier backward or forward Hi tried to occupy the exact centre of the s| tereen the tracka but ore of ?he car? hit hlrr. \ sen pei ihed toward him, ex;,?-.--<.n?r to pi k . |y, : ;? the hr.y rir ?? -.- | raped to the *','..*-.,rji Policeman Pfeiffer sent for an ambulance, but the b03 refused ????? - ? . ? So arrests were ma le WARDEN BARRIS ASEED To RESIGN. ? ramtse ner of C rr---: n Wrighe yesterday de? al ? ?- res . ?' U \V Harris. ? . warden of 'he Tomba Thle I time 1 ? he 1 ? er at made this .h-ma: d, t? ? sent 1 Harrte ?he early pan < t ?s*t week. In hie ooenenua ?? Cotnnalai-loner Wright plainly stated I I ?? - . . - - r wave not forw irde I ? Harris j ? ? ?? Waerden Harr'? aras ? lurty a* "he Tomhs last night, and when asked If he I received < from Comm.sr>!".':er Wriph'. deeaaading hi? rmiaraa tk-n. sail: "I heve receive.) the reu-i?-??: for mv r??lr ? from the i'-irtin:i??l..n'r, avl have IWp ? . ; comply with Um req isst, and forw-aj-1 ? res gnaUonr' the reperter ?.?k.-d 'Tir , *' rden Hnrr-t? replied: "I am on -niffh?. so I am stKl warden, a? to arbi . ,- ... of n.v !?-i-U w;i<-, I do Y -ii 1 ? ,?-?? ? ?? ?"' rmatton frota Comcnlsatoner Wrlgh? " POLICEMAN UNDER CHARGES RE8IGN8. . I - . ? f th? - ? *?a w ;u? to leave ?'*? n Uied befers 0 ?-n mi "?loner Andrerwa ?>* H??adqna??ters >.--?? ??*-,, .... ......... _. . aril there s.is also a dtlseo'e ? t.:in Mrs Akt.-? IVood, a-ho r.. - re at No ,'" ; - e-ave., mil!? ?h ir?.-?-i agalnai Hodge a week ago Mm said thai lodge ca.me 10 bet pke? on Jnr.e 1 and hired s wheel for an boar Hi >'? as deposit, ini, an he WiP , she lid 'H.r deeaoe I n.>i?re fallt 1 to return the bi'-?.-!?-. aha aaya Ibe s.^?.r) ..'..-. .1 gea a+T(,ir.m htm He was 1 1 tad , for trial Thursday, but he did not appear. CVmunlaaloner Andrews ordered Roandsaaaa Ha>e? ?:ha-r ??HM-et- dfcaln?! .ni. and ?-: ,- Hisadquartere ??-??-. ij morning. v. u,? 1: ? . gain atf-ern, and Houodsm 11 H? .----. I '?-- ' . . : fire k? on ?it; ? :? t" r I 1 ?' -?'?? !ng S,';,T h" ' ' f ,n**r Andrews refused 11 a?*repi hi- recig natl n ? 7 "? '<:*' " ?'?'?' ':'?_* i^v? 10 t.? mad? ?.gsinst H<*lgr H- arttl )- dla mi?-s-w!. a? he bas b??"' a?*??!? viio? leave 1er nve ?laja. hu r :. .1 the ?? 1 . -, li ? ese '? to Act TH OOPS STILL UNDER ARMS. P.F.ADY TO ?BUPPREM FFUTHEH RIOTING IN" ri.FYFLAN'D. ?TI.TKnr.!-* AND ?-?THF-RS ARRANGING r?OR A BIG DatasOXaTRATaOM AT Till-: Ft'NKRAI. 09 Thi man who WAA Kit/.tci'?.'ii"* MAN WIM BHOT RIM MKK1.Y TO I ?IK. T"?>. ri-veland. .Tttly M Th>- strikers. v*hen r.ot ln d'ilpin?? in thr?-ats of tvenglng the death of Will lam Itettger, wh'i uns killed yctnerda*?, are ex ilnc (??nfld-n.- to-night of victory in the strik??. ?m Ing to th?- action of the Brown 11 ?istini? Company to-day. Shortly i.ef??re noon th? Barren ty-twu in.-n at work were i?ai?! ??fr ?sod told that the work? would ctoaaj at ooofl and not r?"ii?-n until Monday, This, th?- ?trikerg think, ?nssns that they ?ill not be reo*pened at all. The ?man? ar.-r. Leeds Instatra, however, that tin? works will be open on Monday, with U->') men employed. There was no trouble to-day, bat a ?Jtrong guard is maintained over the works, and two companies Of militia nr" under artris at th.- < 'It> Hall. Albert Q, Raundirrra, who tir?1?! rh?? fatal shot, is In a rritlt-al condition. I!?' was r?-lfa.-?-d on .*-1 m Oim'? i nil. ar.-l ha- ll"s with a hr?.kf?n nose and Jaw an?'. t<-rrilil<? cuts and bruises about his head a' -I body. Th" do?tnrs are doubtful of his re <~ ?vi ry. Th.- locked-out ? -n held a rr.eptln*r at Superior Hall this tr.r.rninii. The situation wa? thorough ly canvassed, un?l it waa ordered that thes? I pratn.4 l.e ??ent: Eugene V. Deb?. N'ew-Tork CRy: Workmen h?r? In awful fermer.- I'nlon rrar <|ei?i>er?i'eiy murdered ' ?*. Burial Sir lay afternoon. Can >"u come ? ? r f moral oration? lames i ?'Cennell, Cran?! Maater Machinist, Oil ?. it ferment; union man murdered t-y scab? A proclamation to ail ?.vrklngrrren In th?? . ??? gras Isa ed The Brown Hoisting Company the munir|] : -?ont. which furnished police to protect the non-uni..n men, wen bit? terly denounced An appeal w-as ?f-nt to ail union men In ?Northern '?hin to attend the funeral of the dead mr;k?-r at the Immaci late Conception Church on Bun-lay *?ftern?xm, Those attending the funeral were re'iuest?-?! to wear whit? ribbons The procession will he formed at Superior Hall, in the netghbwhood of the works, st 12 ?"?" p m The majority of the labor organizations ir; the city have already siKnifl?-d their intention of taking part in It ?;??.. preeence of the !r--.?-s at Berea ha.? had ? nlng Ruence on affaira at the quar? rte? Ju.'l;.- Bist] : Statt Bo ird of Ai tration, addressed a meeting of striker? rester? bul while thej listei ed the) refused to anything t?. do with him. The Clevi ? pany secured sn Injunction from Judge Ong, ?>f th?- Common Pleaa ''"urt. re nlng all persona from Interfering with or trespassinit upon i'H property, This was .... -jiiii ?,.,.t of water pipe lia-l bf-en torn up during the i I The Sheriff, with K?l ' It? mpai Btate troops, is still ir i. AMNESTY FoR THE CRETANS. PROVIDED THEY LAY DOWN THEIR ARMS AND OX) HOME. TT'**1 WKW CHRISTIAN G ?VERKOR WVTTEl THE N'ATI?"?NAT.? A-FllMTU.Y TO F?'l.M'I. ATE A statt-imfnt 0? t?!". PFiPir.Ks dr thh: iTi.ipi.f". ?""ar.ea. ?"ret?, July 8. ?Berevlteli f?*orc;l Pa<*ha, Prln'-e of Sanios, the newly appointed ?"hristlan Oovernor of fr?te, has issued a proclamation ?>n l.ehalf ??f the Bultan offering amnesty to all in? surgents who will lay down their arm? and re? turn to peaceful pursuits. an?l Inviting th' Na? tional ? ? ' ' rmulate a statement of th? ;.. res of the pei London, July 3 ?In Ihe House of Commons to. ?lay th? Bight H*r>n. O?eorge N Curson, Parlla rnentary Be? retary to th? Foreign Ofllce, in reply to an Inquiry regarding th?? subject, ?aid that th<- Porte 1 I to apply immediat-iy th-? mf-isur-'s which the Powers demanded for th?? ,.. 0f restoring tranquillity In th?- Island of Crete .?7/.0TT vrrtRK IN THE TWIN F TUFT MINE. A L?T nr 11KN" FAMILIAR WITH T?K WORK INOB Wllkcebsire, rann . J ? | : (Special) -T ? ' ? tmrem at the Twin B ?" to-?lay aras cauaed ? Mine In?t? - - ?? wH tnapectora Rod? - ? k .. ' ? - .i or lered I ernor tomaki I tig to hi-n the eau?*? ? ' dl? - - rs sug event a n , - - -a. Mr Bte. n waa ?-. ? joosr ? with the official? I by a Tribu ? - could n?v? express .in\- opinion ui ' ?'?- g - irrlved .. ? icy be i ?? ? ? - - ? ' Th? rnen -> . -? t dos the slope to-day and .".?? feet frs n ivl ere th? d men an Dyiut red for 1 cone isaslon it? ring d .wn an-.-her fall . ? .. ........ .. ?? I ur?on a nt - - - They hav* -. !? *y having no :n-n new th? mil ? titort .-?' y, .-.. ?- ,-?-.. ? i apt Dupe? lent J r'. m, teho la in Ireland, h.-mg ajnoitg i bed H id they such ii n.a.n they right bei have fo .i-i sn easier way to get to ? ? ? ed men. The official? ha\e Invited Fore? men V : Mea ra Dtailey ar.?i McDes'uioft, other shaft a, to go .?- mine 1 rn ind ae^ if ?h<-\ ?an dla some ? :?? m? n. The attempt -.?? - Amor,?? 'h- -; - i? rs at the shaft to-day ?a-re a ?*ho, :-. tfve h-a" ol 'he afttw? . ? .- ?' ethli -? In -h- river r"i?- ?f d ' ?? ?'?- ir ?WUBng, whereupin ?- rrge La r*ran<*a iged twelve year?, ?plunged to his res ? i? H- aras i --.? ? ry ?m . : waa swept into .)?- ;i waist aa i ir .*-n?-i. ? EDUCATORS MEET IN BE FF ALO. INN'AL 0?NVF*NT' N ?>F Till: NATI?->N.?W. E''" CAT1 ? ? " V! v p, .fTal... .T :y 3 T... :r.ir-y-!1frh annual i-onventlon of th? Nstltmal i- -.-- ???? n tiegaa iMra lo-da) wrh ths BBesi na t the MasiJcraaj Co-mr-i: of ' ? neart T lasday, when rhe gene-r?; Biashjua of th? as? x-iarlon will - ir The croird o? t?s rhera here ?-? rh?.~ :. gr??^ lng, aiK-1 l< li? ?*p?tct>ed that ; s .- . - .,- bates??! un?! ?,0OJ M-rangera v? .. .',.. wktila Buffalo'a gait | \g of ths b?a?it-kn)wn lnarrructor? and li-erat-y men : ?- ry * ? ??'.nt. umang -r?m . . ??'' ind ?IpaWing. W.-nM^n'. 1 ? -rtian. af ?"'?ni'-li. ')>*4BBnilSSlrMBBr of Mt?i?s_?-trjaj Harris - ' Wsa*hlng?i ??? . n:-?..1?u? Murray n;r,^ ,,( Coiumhts ' ????' Baii Bsrtssa of S:.u.'.,r.| B - iker T. W's-rhlng-toii Sup? ?' " 8klnner, of A.:Mt.v ??? i a iv Tr.-i.:. of th? Unlvereh ?*?? ?" a ess Ion was ,;1 tf)#i nt Horse? 1 Tarbell of Piov.d ' ' ? ;' ' H-'" *' ''.'?'? , In ?Slemei - op .?1 .1 , ??' " ' r .. '" tTTi^ntaj-v gehoots.'' ?' ?-a.---?: i. '??.-? . f ?'oHtml .. ,)n,: ?mmlttee on .. ? . -arlon the af'-m ?vi seaalon PressMeni '"harl? ?f K f PTaJmvlerSB ?'a- ??^Ar...,- ? rhe -"omrnltt?-??' ?,V -.-ft' la ra.iK)r, on rh^ ;.....?. . 4 Manual Training and Te-^m^ Teaofi^-s a FXOteli ?n of the T--l?ni al C?OllegB ' CHRIHTTAN i::?'l'K\\? ?it CONVCMTIOM at \vasi11N?;t??n The RotTB?! Blue Uae wlU -\ ?r-rlirta tlrksss la Washington st ral t I for the round trip from N-v. \..:k and tsorreepo . from ?>-ti?<-r su -?-?-? g? -I ?1 : .ml ?, arvl rutan? ujiti; July '.??ii_ A ?uriimr ?kitatialuiu of limit until July 21m can be obmtned upon at Waahlnaton Station in New-Tork Cea 1 Railroa ' ?if Ne?- Jereey. too' Ubsrty-et. Extra ?n J ../ ilh ?Ad BtaV-Advl. ? IT 18 A FREE-FOR-ALL RACE. ONLY ONE FAOT STANDS OUT CLEARLY AT CHIPACO. that n ran HOMOfATinrorA fhfte silver c.an* L'll'ATE OH AN OIT ANIi-OL'T ITIgB gfliTg? 1'I.ATfOftM?NO ONE YET HAS A HRO MOCIICBD LEAD?MR. WHITNEY'S AI'.KIVAt. ASI) ITS EFFECTS ?THE l'l'.ESH'ENT RMfOnSD. [BY TEI.EnRAPII TO TUB TRIP.'. NT 1 Chicago. July .**.?a 'though fully one-fourth of the d-legates who are to sit In next week's Democratic National Convention ar- in town to-night, and that one-fourth includes practi? cally all the leaders who are to figure In the final struggle for party supremacy between the once dominant, hut now moribund cons-rva tive r-iptnetit ir.d the radical and revolutionary forces which have gathered under th?' banner of fro? -liver COftnaga, opinion Is more than ever at . sea in regard to the turns which the CM I -t tak" and th? political ssnaatirns which limy ; In the laut four or five days many misleading impressions have gore a tiro.id frorn this city, based on speculation pure and simple, or on the flamboyant talk of the advance atr.-nts of <ertaln Presidential "bo?.irs," tending fo enc,,ura?e the idea that the canvass for ths Dei - r-rith Presidential nomination had already taken n definite and Intelligible shape Be? tween two hundred and three hundred votes i were ?aid to be pledged to a single can ltdate, | Ml Bland, of Missouri, while other aspirants like Poies, of Iowa; ICattheas. of Indiana, and Blackburn, of Kentucky, were repr-'s>.nted .?>., conducting effective ar.d organised campaigns f'tr votes among the arriving delegatea No more erroneous view could well he given of the situation hero than that Which credits any candidate now In 'he field for nomination with an effective campaign organization or any positive strength among the delegatea, except -? local support Beyond a few banners In th- Palmer House heedquartera, a few p ral i ? on th.- '?ills and a few enthusiastic boomers about the hotel lobbies, I. and. Bolea and Mat? thews have lltfip ,ir ro appreciable advantage .'V.-r leas-advertlaed and vociferous cand'dates. and there Is no reason to think that the m?-* f..r next week's nomination will not continue, even up to the opening of the Convention, abso? lutely free f" all, ONLY A BILVEtt PLATFORH AflflURID. T -night, thr.laye saasmbllng of elegatee ng ai" ut the Conven? tion progra stain. An out-and-out free-si si nags platform will be adopted, :-it' an I date a ??? choaen willing ? platf ir*n P.ut the and personalii - ? ? aaful candl ? trahie irlt* As to the meani whl ... i . . r after ;? n he Cot ntlon*. by an abrog t. ? rules or by their y cor.' ?sslons to the u as will preser r? at ? the Con u ; un . ? ? is will sp!:t t ri 11 ? >? again inl mfl repeat the history of the Charleston Convention thirty-six years ago. nothing can be predicted. A 0?OS-MDED BTRL'GOLE SO FAR. T'P to to-day. indeed, the absence of nearly all 1 tha? more conspicuous gold faction leaders has 1 given to the preliminary canvass here a wholly one-sided aspect. While th?- chief frea.-coinage managers Senators Jones, of Arkansas; Harris. ?f Tennessee; Cockrell, of Mi.is-.urt; Daniel, "f virgtnta, and the real have been In the city for two or three da\s past, ostensibly to attend a meeting of th?- Democratic Bimetallic League, a free-coinage organlxati n of their own, Mr Whitney, Mr. Hill, Mr \ as. and the other champions of the antl-allver faction have d> layetd their arrival, and left the find here t.t t. contested only by the "sound-money" members of the Democratic Sational Committee, headed by Chairman Harrity, and the few Fed.-ral office? holders uh". like Mr Bckles, the Controller of th?- Currency, have practically abandoned their duties In Washington to figure us "saw ??? f the part;. " here. it is not to be wondered at, therefore, that in the face "f such feeble opposition the silver boomers ha\a- been predi ting the nomination "f late at a one-day Convention and devising schemes either t.. unseat enough gold delegate? to insure a two-third? free-c linage n -?? ? ? ??> abrogate the two-thirds rule alto? gether hy a stmpli rit vote. The arrival of Senator Hill an-1 ex-Becreter? Whitney, and their Immediate preparations to ict a < ampaign of mena ?? ai d hluater, h i e somewhat checked the exuberant confidence "f ?he silver m?nagera, and for the i en daj or two ths rr'".?Inage leaders will probably be k-pt tina the effect of manoeuvres conduct -1 by th? two New-Yorkers .VlflTNFY 'S HOPKLrffiW FI'lHT. That Mr Whitney and Mr Hill have no hope of preventing the adopt! .n "f a free-coinage plat? form or the nomination of a free-coinage candi? date is perfeetJy apparent. Their present pur? pose is to play t>r such a position in the Conven? tion as t-nay enable them to dict?t- th.- nomina? tion of the'free-coinage ? andldate most a- epta ble to them. or. falling In this, to force the C ventlon Into .wens arbitran a t whii h im as an excuse for th? s?cession of the gold dele ?fat.-s and th- placing of a second Democratic National ticket In th?- fi?-M ' ?ri Hill a- d Mr Whitney will fight bitterly the tbroe-atton of the two-thirds rule, and they are frreateni-g already to leave the Democratic e?eit ra?'tkket in New-Tort and other Btates blank K a nomination is made here next week ?rough the violation of a rule which hae el unchallenged in Democratic conventions for over . " Th^?und-money majority on the Democratic Nati-nal Committee 1? anxl?;us to nominate Bei at t- Hill for temporary chairman of the Con? vent! t and thus provide a teat of strength at the outset with th-? silver leaders, who stren? uously object to the Committee's allotting this honor to any bul a silver man. TALK ABOUT TIM CANDIDAT? Talk about Presidential candidates was not active to-day. Mr Bland is undoubtedly in the lead, so far a? delegates actually pledged or in? structed are concerned. Rut his strength prob? ably doe? not exceed li*? votes, and his caavaas Is weakened by the suspicion that the two Mi? f.ouri Senators, Messrs Cockrell and Wm, and th?; Governor of the Stute. Mr. St,me. all dels gateji-at-lurge here, are not at heart in favor ..? "Silver Dick's" nomination. The vote of Illi? nois, which BlantTs friends have confidently claimed for him, s?-mH lo be slipping away, Oovernor Aitgeid. the silver Csar of the part] here, finding it to hi? advantage to g > Into the' Convention ? Ith/iut committals of ar.v kind Bs-Oovernor ?Boten of Iowa has mad., no progress -ither. In hi? canvas? for the last two ur three davs, and there in some danger that both the leading candidates may find their primacy In the l'r?.i'1-ntlal struggle serloualy contested before long by any ?ne ,,f a donen aspirants now prudently h-ld In leash. I.ITTT.K CHAJfCI FOR MR TKI,LER. The candidacy of Senator T?Iler for the Demo? cratic nomination Is not taken very ?erlouslv here except by ths few Republican delegates whe bolted the Bt. I^oul? ?"? invention anil are now Importuning the Desaoeratk ?liver managers to Justify the St^l^tuls Ixtlt bj naming the Colorado Senator aa a universal free-coinage candidate, fllgns of hostility to Mr. Teller are plentiful, and I lieutenants here. Senators Du bola, j Mantle and Stewart. and Representatives Hart man and Newlands. are greatly discouraged m the outlook. A noticeable feature of the pre-Oonventloa canvass Is the completeness with which Preei? dent Cleveland and his Administration are ig? nored. A single portrait of the President la ta be seen In the h??adouarters of the candidate? 01 State delegation?, and It Is ?aid that the plat? form to be adopted next week will go so far ai to condemn the present Administration's finan? cial policy In specific terms The Chicago committee which guaranteed the Convention fund of .?-M000 raised the last In? sta.ment to-day, after great difficulty and em, harr.'i.sKment. The reason for the delay tn as? curing the guarantee?! .-ash is thus graphically stated by one of Chi ego's leading dtixena, ?no has hitherto contributed liberally to su-h funds: "It Is bai enough f" bava ?u? h an aggregation of lrresponsli.lt- fariKtl. s ?n the eltjr, shouting their Donsenslcal theoriea ?'Ithout having to pay ?-ash for it. It will be COBttj enough ?a It is. Thes? howling calamttyttes have kept the country In a turmoil of unreal an.; bustaeos uncertainty for three year- ill? . : even while they sta>e?l on the other sfde of rh-- Missouri Klver. Ant] now ?-, think that our own p-'opl? have brought them here why, II r>ak?-s me so angry ? can hardly control myeelf It wars boa? ter that Chicago had never had a Con venting than that It ha-." su-h a Convention a? this" LEADING A FORLORN HOPE. MR. WH1TRBI AND HIS PARTY AHP.IVB ON THF! SCElfE ('F BATTUE thp*y at meca open ? \- -.v. r r,- nuy g-'A.'.-r1'.".-.. ai t Htvr no pT.xNt BSTORB THK I'd KAM Vr?Tr?foJ AT THM At'? : " ' ' M T'. Mill? RU AMD TIT?: TPMr'triARY CHAnUfA!?*SmP. fBT TtS! E'lRAP't TO TH" TSTS-Vr ] fhlcago. July .1 ? William C Whitney, leader at the "straddle-bug" Democrats arrived hers f.-om Ne-v-Vork late this afternoon, accompanied by a large number of leading Eastern Demo? rats who ?-. with him. thai '??'? a ;-r iffer "f the New T'Tk platform, which favored silver Inflation toa ?arg? amount, the half-dollar Democrats may be Induced ??? r frs n from nomlnatln? Richard P. Blend ??r some other free-coinage Democrat for President on a free-coli ag ; latform. Mr Whltm ? was t ompanied apon this com?. promising mlssiot Senator David It Hill. B ? tor Gray, of and Senator Smith, f New-Jen ho of course, are ?upr'.-ed to have some influ?. . their aild-eyed Demo. cratlc brothers n th?- Renate, ?h" ar,- dererr Inet] to plunge the n party Into political esea ? I'tir.g It to th? doctrine of the t the ratio of 101| 1 Two of ? . ~. . .f.-r?- - '?"? ' V-- - ? with ex? Got .rnor H?user ' ' ' ur I the Whitney train. '. Il desire to ?e. ? ? t New-Torlt 1 ?? ?? :??? ? 'n ?r ury, both S? rs Jot es pre? dieted unfeelingly that Mr Whltnej and his sup g 1 and of (.ild have n . i?,. fiuer.ee in th - ratli tfeti n Mr Wl IS hi? companion? ?t? r William E I 'res?, man John I. Russell, of M tu ?.?ho Joined him nt Air.nnv. and D : M. !'!? kit - r ex rostmast-r-G.-r. -rai, who eat red bis I ri*. ate c?r a. Detroit RKW-YORK P" LIT I CIAR I ALORO Nor did Mr Whitney scorn to have some New. Tork politicians In his band. The chief of these ?Aas Smith M Weed, who secretly went about the United States In 1802 drumming tip delegate? for Grever Cleveland's nomination a th'rd time for Pre?! lent Mr Wee,! ^.lu Inspired at 'hat time with hatred ?if David B. Hill, who ha! ? >t lived tip to his promise to make him !"? "? 1 States Senator, but ha-1 ?.".ken the prize hit- if, and consequently Mr Weed was bent upor. ire. venting Mr. Hill's nomination for President, and accomplished his alas. ?lnce than Mr. Hill and Mr. Wa-.-ii have not been on go.,.1 terms, but th-y both boarded the train at Albany BgOU Mr. Whitney's Invitation to ?to to <"h!< .<go and see what could be done toward bringing about a compromise upon the silver question Mr Whit? ney undoubtedly- relies greatly apon Mr We-d's aoriualntnnc.- with the leading Derm crats of the South and West, gained during that pilgrimage of re?.enge in 1882, to hrlr.g ab tut ?orne straddls upon the ?liver question. BtlU other companions of Mr. Whitney were ex-Po'ic? Commissioner James J, Martin. ex Judge Maurice J. Power. ex-Mayor Hugh J. Orant, C C. Baldarla, Walter Sranton and Dis tri. t-Attorney J"hn R. Pellowa of Rew-Torfei William F. Bheenaa, the Rew-Torh member of the Democratic National Committee, and James W. Hir.ki.-y. ?he chairman of the I "MBm ratio Stat" Committee of Ne-.v-Vo-k A OONPBRCXCE OX THR ROAD. Mr. Whitney h> id a long conference In his private car l..-twe*n Detroit and Chicago witb Bepators Hill, Oray and Smith, ex-<;overnor Ruaaell, ex-Congressman Russell, Smith M. Weed nr? i Don M Dlchlneon, In relation to what sh'iul'l he done wh?n the party should arrive here No plan of action waa de? Ided up' n excel t to I ake as strong a d"tnon stration a? poaelble against the fr.??. inage Idea at the mass-mating which aril be held by the gold Democrat? of Chicago In th? Auditorium Theatre to-morrow nigh' Mr Whitney receive?! a dispatch ftom Controller James H ?chela, stating that all the preparations possible had been made for this sound-money me?t:ng. Kx Mayor John P Hopkins. Senator John M Palmer and ?ither leading sound-money Dcaaocratn it was reported by Mr EckeiA W"uld make ??; .-.-'hea at this m?-"ting. Mr F'ck<?l? also reported that the statement had Leer, a ??.???rt is.-d in th-- < 'h ..? ?-???? ????-% that the sound-money meeting arould be a 1 dreeaed by Mr Whitney himse.?* and the follow, ing u-ading Democrats Bx-Qoveraor Flower and Senator Hill, of Row-York; e?x-Goveruoff William K Ruaaell, <>t M asan r huectta ; rx-Oe**?** emor Thomas M Waller, of Connectl ut; CnlteJ State?! Senator (i.-orge (,ra\. of Delaware; .*<?na tor William K. Vli.is ar.d "X (',? \ ?-rr-..t Oeorge W. Pa-ck. of Wlaeonatn: Don M Dtchlnson. <>f Mtch!? gan. Daniel W I.awler. of Montana; Senator William Llndeay. of Kentucky; lenator John M. Palmer, of n mois. lohn R, Fellowa, >>t New? York. Senat ?i Smith of Rew-Jereey; -xc.n? ?-:-.-<man John 1-1 Ituss-?!!. of Massachusetts; James H. Kckels. of Illinois, and ex-Oovernof David R Prantrla of Missouri A "STAK- 'AST I -P ?PBAKKR-, This list of epiahsrs comprises neariy all of the leading sound-money Democrat? of the country 1 who win attend the Chicago Couventtea). Mr. Whitney, having made the arrangement? while in Kew-Torh City loe th- holding of thl? meet? ing, was planead la ?earn thai it supers ally wmild have a "star' cast of Mraeta lie Ju?,?lere preeenl to entertala the multitude of Chicago Dem. crats who should attend the meeting The "mora! effect" on the Immoral mind? of the f.fiy-'ent Democrat? if .be ?p...-, hes delivered al tiii? misting an- reported fully In the chicagc newsj aper? of Sunday, it was aruued, ought tc be coeuiderabla Another subject dehat-d In Mr Whltney'a prl-' vate car v? as th?- matter of pressing David B. HIM for the office ef temporary ?htliman. The ( bieage aewepapere ef to-day, ahlch ??-re sold in tin? tram Indi? ate?i that Senator Hill's ?election b) the Denwircratlc National Com? mittee for thl? office might be challenged In the Convention by the Dae uilaaje Daaaaermta, l'l.SI'I.KASIMi NKW8 KKCKIVI'U. Such news waa not pl?-aaant reading either to Mr. 11 ill who doea not love a combat excel?!