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ha a larger circulation than any lit H P TTinmljBEM' More and Later News than aH other Jj other evening newspaper. ifch J A B JBav' i&Bfjlr'SSpSiKkRbS J&fa J&W I'A ' Evening Papore combined M VOL. LV.-NO. 297. NEW YORK, SATURDAY. JUNE 23, 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. .ill HIR. BLAINE IN SCOTLAND. JMS WEEPS AT TlltS TOMIt OF SCOTT, j uhd aura tub nana inost cuicaoo. I H Will Wrk for ka Han Who Set. hn Nomla-atta-a, II Matys. but Mr. Carnaela I-talat. Tkat III. tJuest Will Tak. It. OorvrMt, lbWS t Tke Hex IVInllnoorxJfvilliAlnollo. Memose, BeoUontl Juno 22. Tho Carne-gle-Blalne party urrlvod at Molroso from Jedburgh this evening, in time tor ton. This romantic place Is much vtsttail by strangers, A crowd ot dusty Amer ican travellers. Including ono bridal couple, was at tho ontrancn ol the Abbey Ho tel, and oheered faintly when tho coach enmo tip, In return Mr. Cnrneglo boamed and Mr. Blaine smllod weakly. Mr. Blntno v. oh not looking well. Ho wan very polo, and seemed tired. Ho enjoyed tho day, howovor. The weather was flno, and tho many stoop hills mode tho concilia: oxcltlnc. Tho party broke the jonrnoy on tho way from Jedburgh hero at Dryburgh Abbey, whoro thoy had lunch. 11 r. Blaine. Rat on tho grass, and wept over the tomb ot Bcott and iiuotod his poetry. Mr. Blalno know It all by hoart. This morning betoro tho start an hour was ooouplod In visiting tho ruins ot Jodburgh Ab bey and examining the quaint old tombstones, most ot which scorned to belong to persons Bamed Teller. Many cables ore reoclvod bo tore tho party loft Jedburgh, and Mr. Carnegie insisted that Mr. Blaine would accept the nom ination for the rresldoncy if It should bo of fered to him. Six o'clock tea ovor, tho party set out this Toning In solemn procession to do Abbots ford, sit In Scott's choir, see his rooms, collec tions of ourlosltios, Ac and feel deoply moved all ovor again. At 11 o'clook to-night It Is still almost light enough to road In the streets, a peculiarity ot Scotland at this time of the year, and noarly all tho Carnogie party aro off to bod despairing ot seeing tho Abbor by moonlight Mr. Blalno, however. Is still up, awaiting further newB from tho Convention. Ho has rocolved from Tub Bun's correspondent tho result of tho first three ballots nnd news of the adjournment un til QTonlng. Reading tho first ballot In tho presence ot Mr. Carnogie. ho said, running over the list ot candidates: " All good men. nnd any ono ot them will win if nomtnntod. I'll bo clad to fight tor the party nndor nny ono." IIo mndo no further comment, bat carefully studlod nnd compared tho succosstvo figures. Mr. Blaine lion tul.cn the Captain's room on tho North German Llod Btoamor whloh leaves Southampton July 19. nnd will go ovor to take part In tho campaign. Thoro soems no doubt that If nomtnntod Mr. Blalno will wire his ac ceptance; If sonioelsols named ho will wire congratulations. He is deoply Interested, but less excited, nppnrontty, than the rest of his family. Mrs. Blaine Is oxtromoly nervous, and declared that sho would not hoar the details, it romlnded her so of what sho bad cono through four years ago. Mr. Blaine's bedroom window looks out on Molroso Abboy. a picturesque and soothing sight. From It he can seo the stone which marks tho spot where Itobert Bruco's hoart liosburlod. He can also seo, just at this par ticular moment, two ladles walking in tho ruins. Miss Annia Brown and Miss Ella Wei ot 715 Fifth, ovonue. Now York, who aro waiting with party-of frlondsfor moonlight to did things, and who in tho interval bavo boon as suring their acquaintances that Mr. Blaine is bound to be nomlnatod, because friends of thelr's wont to. Chicago to see about It, FOJSIEB AM HUCK ARBAIOSED. The Twv American Burlor"tl 850,000 Worth r Good. la Zurich. Conrioud. 168a by Tn 8c rrtntiitj and PtatUMng AuoctaHon. London, Juno 22. Billy Porter, alias Mor ton, etcetera, tho notorious American burglar, who accompanied John L. Sullivan on his trip to Europe, nnd his colleague, who has lived under many alinsos. Including thoso ot Frank Buck, Bailor, and Alien, wore brought up at Bow streot pollen court this morning, on an extradition warrant charging them with bur glary at a jeweller' shop In Zurich. It Is alleged that proportv of tho vnluoof 50,000 was otolen. Tim prisoners did not look at all norvousor anxious, nnd appeared to takoan intelligent but not jorsonal interest in the proceedings of the court. Buck, or Eniloy, Is of middle height, rathor stout Ho has a reil nnd shavon faco, and his bead is lmld ou top. with thick silver-gray hair round tho sides. He has the general ap poaranco ot a Icnovolout and opulent pater familiat. Porter, although not quite so gonial looking, is not at ull llko Bill Sykea. Ho Is of about tho same slzo as tho other, but is younger, and ho has dark brown hair nnd moustache. Botli woro diossod llko respectable English citizens silk lints, blaol. till coats, Ac. An English detective, who know the prison ers by fight, stato I that ho had arrestod them in the Cnfu Monieo hist night Hoalsostatod that both of them had houses In tho suburbs ot London, which v ore stocked with ovory kind of burglars' tools and with so much jowolry and othor plunder that the police bad not yet had time to make nn Invontory of it. Swiss wllno-Hi's vrcie then culled, and one of thom.au oftlclal in the Pollco Bureau of Zurich, gave the pntllculnrH of the burglary. Ho said that on tho night of Sunday, April 30, two thieves entered tho opon door of a largo build ing In tho centra of Zurich, which contains a dwelling houso and jewcllorshop, proeoodod upstairs, forced open tho door of a storeroom, and descended thence through a holo which they made In the floor into tho shop bonoatb. From tho (shop vtimlow thoy carefully solectod ovorythlng of tali o. principally diamonds, and retired with tho plunder. Thoy loft behind, howoyer, tbo handle-, or two files and a piece of oil-cloth for vviuin-lnc up good, whloh a shopkoeper of Augsbuig, whence tho prisoners departed on the precoding Saturday for Mu nich, declared he had sold to them. The magistrate remanded them until Friday next ordering the police to produce on that s day an lnentory of tho things found in tho prisoners' dwelling. Tho prisoners lottrod with dignity and c.ilmuos.1 to the seclusion of tholj colls. I oallvd on Chlot Detective Shaw at Scotland Yard to-duy. lie In a man of middle ago nnd . hoavyfeatuios and of pretentious uiuuncr. He fmt said it would be Impossible for Tnic Sun's eor Bv respondent to sso Porter, but thoro was no n j Nauestlon about the outcome of the trial. M " Wo have got In that bufo," bo said, pointing Kfto a thick iron box In a eornor, " noarly 1,000 wk worth of the diamonds and jewelry that Portor stole, and wo have got htm so tight that there f is no possibility of his escaping this time. His BjL terni will bo so long that It Is not likely that ho V will over leavo prison idlvo." H Iiiilletueate Acnlnsl Drurcl.t Ueetl Qun.beil. H Boston, June 22. In tho Suporlor Court at Cambridge to-day Judce AldrlcU liearl tba cat. of I frederlck Bead, OruxiiUt ot Katlck. wbo was lnillct.il H before the UraudJuiysa lhr. couuU Ortt, (ur kt.p H biff a lkiaor Daiaaoca; lacond. tor kee pint llqaor tor I , and tlilrd, lorhLndtrtnganomcr from impecttnff bla books. Mr, Uatd nu rapr.i.olad by Tbomaa J. H Oarcu, who made a motion to quatb the Indictment. H en tba frpund tbat Jndt. Kutt, tba local marlitrale j who Untied rbo narrm'lN aralnvt the drf.ntlant, and ml who mt'nt ttfr the court brroro bl. b he wa. trtrd. vu. meuiher f a tlub Jntirc.t.d In ihrt rupprc. alouori'qtiir iralHo lu Natu, aud u party to ibU rwou. I oullos. ilr. CariMQ eUliu.4 that tbltprareui.d tliede. (tudaatfrom barUtz a lair ud IniparUat trial. Judie I AldtfcU ao ruled OB the Ural and iblrd coucu ottb. fix 1 tflctn.at which were thereupon Claiolued. tad took I. tk tlkw usw ooaaldcitUos. Til It UU1XHST JVSi! IS MARS. It Itrnchrd .Mnett-.tx Ilfir. Teatcrdar. but la (lolnr ta be Caolrr. To report that yesterday was hot doesn't begin to toll hnlf the iiowh nbotit tho scorching tonipeiattire that mndo tho wholo town seem llko a mammoth barbacue at which tho luck less citizen played the helpless role of tho spitted o-e.cn. Tho stunning nnd historical fact Is that It was tho hottost 22d of Juno that Gotham has sweltered In in seventeen onts. It wasn't qulto ns bad so far as tho thermome ter told tho story as Wednesday was, but it was a groat dual worso than any solf-rospootlug calendnr day In Juno ought to bo. l'.ientho clerk of tho wonthor, protoctod from Its Intor forenoo In his sky-high oyrie on tho Equitable roof, couldn't refrain from nbutlng it Ho got down all his maps and rocords for a quarter ot a contury. and, after making a prolonged In vestigation, k'nvo to Tuk Sun reporter this stntoment: Juno 20, 21, and 22 of 18S3 are tho threo hottest of all tho June days of similar date in tho last sovontoon years. Tho temperature 01 on tho 20th, is only 3 less than tho highest Juno tomporature on record In Now York, which was on Juno 30, 1872, when tho tem perature renohod 94". The signal sorxlco thermometer, whloh stands nearly as high in the nlr us Trinity stoeplo, rocordod 80.6" at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, but It was worse than that down at Broadway nnd Park row, and n crowd cnthnred around tho thormomotor thorn and watched the mercury climb until at 3( It had gone up to 00. Tho signal service man told a visitor who had watched this performance to choor up. "This heat fa oxcoptlonal," ho said, "nnd won't last longer than to.moirow. It Is dun to a hot wave from tho West, nnd a cold wavo from Montana Is right on its heels, and will get hero by Sunday morning, and mnkn It cool enough for spring ovcrconts again. Tho cool wavo tins nlrondy struck Chicago and knocked tho temperature down, and It will down tho thormomotor horo too. By Sundny night you can expect to have a temperature somowhoro between 55 and 50. Ilnins and lowering tom poratiiro wore reported yestordaynll through the Wost as a result ot tho advent of tho Mon tana cold wavo." Tho day waa one of the greatest discomfort to pedestrians in tho shndeless streets, and ot actual distress In the crowdod and fotld tene ment districts. Two cases of sunstroke wore roported at Bollevuo yesterday afternoon. David Davl -son abcotchmnn. who artivod in this country on Thursday, nnd Is 56 years old. wasoveroomo In tho hnggngo room of tho Now York nnd Harlem Railroad. Ho was on his wny to Mount KKco. whore he had a job on the railroad. His roeovery Is doubtful. Charles Krangol. nn Austrinn shnomakor. need 21, of 80 buflblk streot, was ovorcomo nt Thirteenth stroet and Third avenuo. Ho will re over. David Whltomoro. ngod 30. of 598 Grand street Brooklyn, was overcome by tho boat while nt work on 1'lor 7, East Itlver, and was sent to tho Cbmuhorn Street Hospital. Jamos McLedrn. 21 joars old. of 41 Mulberry street, wnsovoreomo by the boat An unknown woman, about 25 yenrs old. dressed In a calico dress, was found In front of 23 1 Broomo street, yesterday afternoon, suffer ing from sunstroko. Sho was sent to Bollevuo Hospital. Mrs. F. P. Jorome of 859 Sixth nvonuo was overcomo by tho heat nt 41 ltoso streot nnd was sont to tho Chambers Street Hospital. A man of 40 known as "Dutch Ooorgo."wns overcomo by the heat In West 135th strout, and was sent to the Harlem Hospital. William O.Brlcn. aged 40. of 173 Park row, wns prostrated at 52 Centro stroot Jamos O'Connor. fiC years, of b'J5 Second nvo nuo, wns sent to Bellovuo Hospital suffering from sunstroko. James O'Connor. 56 yenrs old. of 895 Second avonuo. was overcomo by heat and wns taken to Bellovuo Hospital. Settlement of tne Ellrnbeth City Debt, Elizabeth, Juno 22. Thero Is rejoicing In Elizabeth to-night over tho settlement of tho city debt At a meeting of tho City Council to night tho Debt Commlttco roported that tho entiro Singer Manufacturing Company and Goelet Brothers' interests, amounting to $3,000,000, hnd agreed, through tho interven tion of a syndlcato comoosod of Now York and Nowark insurance companies and the Edward I. Clark estate, to nccopt 50 per cent, in cash. Tho Council held nn oxocutlvo session, nnd when the doors were thrown open to the pub lic tho city's acceptance was announced. The city was Involved by Improvements some venrs ngo nnd defaulted with a debt of $6 000.000. During tho years of negotiation one-halt of tho creditors came in under tho 50 per cont ad justment, leaving tho hlncor Company, tho Ooolets, and a few smaller creditors still con tending. '1 ho Clark entuto Is the largest share holder in the syndicate. Tho insurance com panies promise to lmprovo tho ubandonod proporty. To Teat the Grain Elevator Z.uw. Edward Annan of 201 Washington Park, Brooklyn, who is one of the kings of the grain olovutor Industry, and Francis Fiato of the Pinto storon, Brooklvn. woro arraigned yester day before Justlco Walsh in that city, accused of having violated tho now law, which niakos tho maximum charge of the elevator Ilvo eighths of a cont per bushel. The complaint was modo by two men In the same business, and it is Intimated that tho proceedings aro begun with friendly intont to test tho constitu tionality of tho law. Justice Wnlsh found tho chargo proven, and commlttod tho accused to tho custody of tho Sheriff ot Kings county ponding decision. it Is understood that proceedings will bo brought by the elevator men's lnwyors for their release on a writ of habeas corpus, on tho ground that tho law Is In violation of tho Con- . ntltutlon not only of the Stuto. but of the Onl ted Mates. The minimum line for th offenco is 1250 according to tho present luw. The grain men say that theynavo a constitutional right to chargo whatever thoy ploaso aselevatorloes. Obituary. John B. Cozzens, well known in Now -York as a hotel keeper, died at bl rc.ideuce, 31 Weit Fifty, elfthlti Htrcet, of heart tatlore on TbuiaUivy. XIr. Cozxena wuiboru in ew York in IBIS la old Tammany Hall, then kept by hli father, William Ik Cozzen Imme diately after thU the elder Cozzen. went to Weat Point, and became purveyor for the cadeta. lie reioalued there nineteen year., during a period when many ot the faiuouadenerala of the later ware were cadeta The younger Cuzzene was Intimate with many ot them, and always kept up the acquaintance. In 1814 the father and .on returned to New York and opened the American Hotel at Hruailwayand Horcluy street. In IS4-1 wheu the war with M.xtco broke out John Joined, and wal the itrit volunteer from the city, lie served In many Important battle, of the war, norabl) those ot Uttlo Alto ami Itcfnca de In Talma, lu IMS be opened a hotel at VV est 1'oliit which was burned In istll and atam rebuilt. 1're.ld.nt f ItkoIu and Oeua. Scott, (leant, hherinan, Mierldan, atnl Uancook were his eueit. on many occa sion In 174 the hot.l passed under th. mauaein.nt of It.nry t'rnu.ton. the present owner Mr I ozren., the same sprluu built the (rad Hotel ut Haratoa'a, whU'hwaa Inirued In the fall, lie then retired frum buslnees. lie leaves three children. The funeral will be to-day at 11& Albert rbeeseboro, an elder In the Greenville Re formed Church and one of the wealtMcs! citizen, ot Jersey City, died ye.terday. lie was tj years old. John MoVIallen. a Jersey City contractor, died yester day. He secured several lar-e contract, for city work last aeek. Ihey n 111 be looked attar by bla wife. The Rev. Pr Joseph Fewsinllh, pastor of the Kecond Presoyterltn Church at .Nenart. die! suddenly ye.ter day momma at hi. residence. l.'i WuthlDjctou ttr.cL He had ten cnip mijinir of nervous eahajstlou for several weeks Write drrr.liu yesterdav morula he torn plined of dittlriilty In breathing and aat down on the bed IIUsiiii Dr. Jo.eph lewsinlth Jr, administered retl'iralho-. but the patient tiled wtthlti a half hour. Pr. lewsmllb leaves a wile, two eons, and a daughter. Six Men Drowned In a Oale. Oband IUvkh, Que., June 23. A galo that caused great loss of life and property set In here on W.-mestlay. Boats (lihln,- on the Mlsoon Banks were ewept away, and as far a.??in be ascertained six men Here drowned The Government cruiser llrrdjtes found a I oat overturned, In blch. wheu riuhmt the dead twity of hiatus I.aucop of this place Has found entangled In a Irani Hue. Lancup a brother lsatnuui; thcUntsstuff. 1,-htru loll(amn I.nokln? for llrldre cliimiiet doline'iu, Fom extra polleemon were nddod to tho usual force of twenty three men on the bis bridge yes. tcrday to look out for the altered bridge Jumper, P. B. Johnson, wbo wrote to the Coroners' oltlce on Tuesday that ho wae comma yesterday to Jump oil from the brldiie. having escaped from the friends' Asylum at tranktord, 1'a., in order to do it. From ISrooklyn t natablej Hook. Capf. Patrick Donovan, who runs a steam ftrryhoat between ,en Hrir'hu.u. K I, nnd the oil re fineries at Cont able Hook, ,S J obtained an injunction I a re dajs ego from a Hroollju .indue restraining Capt Marr of the propeller Alberta U. from catnylna 1taia.02ers from Hrooairu to Constable Hook. At a liesrioi: before Justice Wslsh or Brooklyn yesterday the injunction was dissolved. o the trrouiul tkal the Court bad no Jurisdiction, tad tie Alberta M. will iuiua Miul route. IT IS ANYBODY'S FIHGT. Till: SITVATtOS CIIANOKD ill" If Kir ionic ooino ton iiAttitisos. It fnta tho rion.ler Abreast or Rberman. hut Tabes Neither Out of the Illalne Un. eterlonr Meltlisley n n Durk Horse. CmoAao, Juno 22. This lina been n Haul son ilny. Now York's decision In tho recess bo twocn tho two sessions of tho Convention to sho more than sixty ot Its sovonty-two votes to tho Indiana man sent tho tldo In his direction with a rush. In nn hour nftor tho action of tho Now York dolecntlon boenmo known it looked ns though Harrison would bo nn easy winner, but as nil tho candidates combined yestordnr to check tho rising tldo for Shorman and hold him bnok, so to-night a combination was tomporarlly formed against Harrison, and ho, tco, has met a chock. Whether it Is a lasting sotback will bo dlsclosod bntwoen now and day break. At midnight tho friends of Allison, Algor, Qroshnm, nnd Shorman aro in conference on denvortng to bring about an agroemont look ing toward a successful concontrntlon uoon some ono candidate agalnBt Harrison, until such time as Harrison's forcos shall bo dis solved, whon tho combine will resolve It self Into componont parts. This Is n diffi cult task to accomplish. Tho Sherninn mon aro fighting desporaloly to sustain tho fast waning fortunes of their candidate. They will not go Into any combination that aftorward domands the sacrtdco ot tholr candidate Tho action of tho big dologatton from New York had such an offeot on tho situation thnt the Ponnsylvnnians have been filled with tho idea of making themselves a great factor in tho fight On Thursday night tho PennsylvnnlnnB scomod nearly ready to go over to Harrison In a body whon thoy Bhould drop Sherman. Thoy lot Now York got to tho front of tho Harrison column, however, nnd to-night Matt Quay, ambi tious to bo himself tho controlling powor in tho Convention, Is disposed to placo himself at tho head of tho Allison party. To-morrow Allison's strongth may be eo great as to mako him tho candidate, against whom it will be necessary to mako tho com bination. Harrison will go into tho Convention to-morrow with 200 or mora bohlnd him, and Shorman with as many moro. Thoro will still bo loft moro than 400 votos for othor candidates. It is anybody's fight yet The Blalno olomont In the Convention dis appointed everybody by its small proportions In to-dny's ballottlng, but thoro Is 'unmlstake ably a strong undercurrent in tho Matno man's favor. Many of Mr. Blaine's stnnchest adherents voted for adjournment to-ntght to kill Harrison. This action may have boon taken in accordance with the policy of dolay, which is sold to have boon agreed upon by those who want to bring about Blaine's nomination. Tho other possibility of tho situation is tho dark horso. MoKlnloy's voto to-day, though small, is significant McEinley himself is acting a manly part doing all he can for Sherman. Ho may prove tho GarOeld of the situation, but it will not be his fault IIOJJ.V BUFFItAOISTS UySATISFIED. Tbey Ceaee to Hopci for Justice from the Be publlcana, but Ualte a Final AptieuL Chicago, Juno 22. Miss Susan B. An thony nnd Miss Isabella Beechor Hooker, upon reading the platform as adopted. Issued an address to tho Bopublican party asking Us immodiate and serious consideration of tho following facts: From the foundation ot our Government such women as Mrs. Otis Warron nnd Mrs. John Adams of Massachusetts nnd Mrs. Cor bln of Virginia protested against tho oxcluslon ot women from tho rights and duties of citi zenship. Women furnished John Adams tho largost petitions ovor presented to Congress when ho made his groat battle for the right of petition. Tho Bopublican party owes Its ox istenco to women. In 1848 Abby Kolly laid the foundation for tho Freo Soil party. Imp which enmo tho Bopublican party. With "Fremont and Jessio" It gained its tlrst victory in 1B5G, for it was a victory, though Buchanan was soatod. In I860 women gavo to tho country the lives and fortunes of fathers, sons, and brothers, and Anna Dickinson turned tho doubtful States toward the Union. Tho work of women during tne war needs no recounting, but their self-abnegation In working for tbo enfran chisement of tho negro, wbllo being them selves disfranchised, is past history, Threo hundred and sixty thousand women sent Sumner n petition for tbo emancipation of slaves. It was our womun suffrage. Icadors who did this. In 18C0 women began to petition Congress for protoctlon in thair"citlzous' right to vote," but the great londors begged them to wait a little longer thnt tho uogrocs might be llrst In 18Bb It was tho sumo. In 1872 tho party plat form said: " Tho llenubllcan party Is mindful of its obligations to tho loyal womon of Amer ica for tholr noblo dovotlon to the causo of freodom: their admission to wldor fields of usefulness Is vlawod with satisfaction, and tho honest demand of nny class of citizens for addi tional rights should rocclvo respectful consid eration." Loading womon ndvocatod tho patty cause, nnd It wns triumphant by tho Inrgest majority that thoy over reioivod. In 1H7G womon woro ignored. In 18"ti tho suffrage women In every Statu In tho Union held a moot ing, nnd 10.0U0 postal cards went received from women not present who wished to vote, Tho Convention wits nutillod of this desire, but Its platform wns silent. Iu 1884 half it million women of tho W, C. T. U, asked for a temporanco plank, but tho counnlttoo rejected tholr petition, mocking and spitting upon It. This soiled petition is preserved in tbo Chicago Historical Library. Now, in 1888. wo woro courteously rocolved by your commit tees ami listened to for thirty minutes, nnd again tho platform Is silent Although the ma jority of men who helpua In Congress are Ile pilblicnns, yet, its forboaraneo hits ceased to be virtuous, vvs nowcu tse to hope for justlco from tho ltepubllcans ns a parlv nnd look to tho Prohibitionists, who hitvo nlwnvs recognized woman's oiiuullty with men. Yet mindful of the past wo nsk you to so construe jour plat form ns to Include womou In the term citizens, to whoso personal rights nnd llbortles you affirm unswerving devotion Will you not hnvo such resolution brought before tho Convention and allow us to speak iu Us behalf ? llurclara In a Itaak IlulldlnK. A burlnry took place on Juno 15 In tho Now York Savings Bank building, Fourteenth street nnd 1-lghth avenue. One report has It tint two men hired u room in the house, and removed some brlcl s to gut into the bank. Another teport Is that not tne bunk, but Mrs. Jlontconiety, a tenant of the house, was tho victim ol tho burglary. Throe tenants live In the house, one on each floor. Under directions from tho police Mrs. Montgomery, after admitting that burglars had brokon Into her apartments by forcing off the looks of her door, declined to stato un thing further. Tour Beys Drowned, I'liu.VDKLrillA, Juno 22. Four young boys, Millie Cru'ty ace.l II, his brother Arthur sged 13. t Frank Wrlelit r.ro I II, end Joli 1 1 IldmJiidn aged to, Mho Uc In ItnvhorojelL a suburb of this city, v. ent I talhintt :n the iau.iI at that place this aftcrnouu. alter they tiad been la the water some time, all climbed upon I a loa which was lying close io the bank at the foot ot Uotulno lane. The log; rolled over and threw the feat boys Into the sueam. lletot uatiUAOl CtKdqtUcA Utera all were tanr-ui IS MIL HLAISIC IlEALLY ILL? He la Sold to have Hsprrseeit Fertr thnt He haa a Fatal Malady. riiiLA-onitPHiA, Vii., Juno 22. A lottor hna been reoclvod in l'hllndulphla from Dr. Keat ing of this city, who claims to Inherit the tltlo of Baron, conforrcd upon his grandfather by tho Pope. Dr. Keating Is a geiitlomnn of much social Influence and In Paris, whoro ho Is tomporarlly living, Is known to all tho American colony. In bis lottor Dr, Koat lng gives somo particulars of n conversation ho hnd with Mr. Blalno, to whom ho gnTa a dlnnor previous to Mr. Blaine's depntturo for Scot land. Dr, Keating told Mr, Illnlno ho was look ing well, nnd said pleasantly: "You are good for auumborof campaigns yot. Mr. Blulne." , , To this Mr. Blalno responded almost pathot lcally: " I nm sorry to say that your favorablo dlng nosls is not correct I do not expect to llvo another four voars, and may not see one." Mr. Blalno thoroupon staled that tired of tbo uncertainty, he had takon moans to find nut just what was tho matter with him. nnd had satislled himself thnt ho was afflicted with Brlglit's disease nnd hnd mapped out a routiuo of lifo accordingly. Abovo all things ho do slrod to nvoltl oxcltoment ... Another well-known Philadelphia gontlomnn wns presont tit tho time, nnd board tho great political lender's statement TltH AL1CXAXDHU L1SIC BULLS OUT. Ite Htenm.hlpennd Ilu.lneee Pitrehneed Xea-terila-r by the IV urd I.lue, A Rood deal of curiosity has boon expressed lately about tho reason for tho chances in tho schedule of tho Alexandre lino (Now York, Cuba, nnd Mexico) steamships, and especially nbout the detontlon of the steamship City of Washington. Sho went on tho dry dock two weeks ago, ostonslbly to havo her bottom cloaned, nnd thon It was reported that a dofect had beer, discovered in hor atom bonring. Tho fact is that she is being entirely renovated, and It leaked out estordny that shtr hnd boon purchased by the Now Yotk and Cuba line, ownod by J. E. Ward tt Co. Thoy paid about 300.000 for tho vessel. She cost t350,000 whon she wns built by John Itonch it Sons, in 1877, Lnterin tho day ltvvns announced thatJamos Ji. Wartl ,1 Co.. ns agents for tho New lork nnd Cuba Mall Steamship Company, had pur chased both tho stoamshlps and alt tho busi ness of tho Alexnndro line. Tho btenmor City of Alexandria Is tho only othor vossol owned by tho Alexnndros, tholr othor throe vossols being under charter. A llaltlmore Society Belle Suea for Olvoree. Baltimore, June 22. Nows of tho dtvorco suit instituted by Mrs. Sidney Smith Swan against her husband. Uonnell Swan, has been given to the pabllo. The family stands In the front rank of fashionable sool etyhere. Donnell Snau is one of the best-known men about town. Mrs. Swan Is a daughter of tbo late Win. K Turner of Wheatland, and Is a (treat granddaughter of lien Samuel Hmltli. who was a I'. S. Senator from Maryland for thirt three vearsnnd Mayorot llaltlmore. Mrs snan was tin heiress aod a society belle. Ihe couple lived in a line mansion at the corner of Blddle and St. l'aul streets and spent their summers at ew port Last) ear the) went to Europe, but about a month ago they came home separately. Mr snail being the nrst to land With the same ateamer which brought ltlni. came a letter from Airs, bwau to his father, in which she stated that sho sent him back bis son. having had enough of him. Vlr. Arthur W. Vladen represents Mrs. Swan, and the Hon William rinkuey Whyte the respondent. The grnuud of the proceedings Is unfaithfulness. The couple were married abuut elht )ears uo, and haTe one daughter. Held Ilia Debtor's Child na Seearltr. Boston, Juno 22. A singular condition of affairs regarding the custody of a child was brought to light in the Supreme Judicial Court this morning by the hearing by Judge Allen of a peUtion for a writ of habeas corpus. The petitioner was Daniel Lucy, a resident ot Lynn, who sought to regain possession of bis daughter. Nellie Lucy, aed three and a half years. The little trlrl baa b.eu lu the custody of allcbael Web I; .wbo resides at 7i Harvard street, alnee the death of iter mother In December last Wetcti wae In court thle morning together with tho child, to show cause why thea rlt stioulo not be granted. He had no connsel and amazed tbe Court by the state ment that, although no relative of tho child, he proposed to keep tt In churgn until her father liquidated an al leged debt to him of $bu due for the maintenance of tbe little girl slnco the death of her mother Judge Allen lost nn time In granting the writ. This is probably the first time since staver) was abolished In Massachusetts that a human being tas becu held us collateral security lu this Commonwealth. Tbe American Tour of the Saxc-Uelnlngen Company, Court Councillor Ludwig Chronegk, tho business mauager of the famous haxe Melnlngcn Tl ea. tre Company, urrived in this city yesterday by the tier man steamer Trave to ma.e arrangements for tbe ap pearance of the company In this city in the falL Mr. Chronegk, who vt as seen last nlgbt at the Albemarle Hotel by a hci reporter, said that it had been a long cherished desire or the Duke of Save Melningen and himself to have the company play In .New Vork. Ihe company consists ot eighty two persous.and has the larg eat collection of properties of att) In I he world The reper toire of the oompauv Imludes such plays as "The Maid or Orleans." "Ihe Kobbcrs." "Mary smart." "Kiesco," William Tell." and IVallensten" of Schiller, and a number of Shakespeare's I lays. Including "Julius CH-sar," "The Merchant of Veulce," and "Twelfth Mght" They Didn't tVnlt to be Arrested. PoumiKEEFsiE, Juno 22. Early this morning William Van Voorhces. a farm hand, saw a man lu tho basement of tho unoccupied bouse on tbe Boardman place owned by Mr Hives, well known in ew York so ctety. Van Voorhses went to the coach house for his double-barrelled gun. aud. returning, met two men coming out of the house When bo demanded to know their business one ot the men pointed an old inuaket at him, and Van V oorliees tired llotli men fell, their facoa f utl of buckshot- Van Vourhees stood guard over them while another farm hand went for Mr Borland, whooo cuples tho place Mr Borland went with Van Voorheea for an officer. When they returned the men had fled, though both were badly wouuded. ihey have not yet been captured. Two Women Tiike I'olaon A Man Tries Uallcts. Mnry O'Noill, 30 yonrs old, swallowed rnt pol. son in Washington square yesterday, and was taken to ht Vincents Hospital, where she etas slowly dying last night, she said she waa homeless, destitute, and sick llsnnuh Keating J2 yenrs old. of '21 Third av nue. swallowed Paris green last night while she h walking on Tltiril avenue near thirty luurth street, bhewasre. moved to llel'ouo Hospital a prlomcr Charles Howard. 13 Heath street, it) yeara old. shot himself twice In the trust ami once III the hend Hear the old bloclt housr In Central Park at 1 loth street. Ho la d)Ulg lu the Muety-uiuth Street UuspitaL Policeman Ilnrdmnn'e lrlsoner. Last night about 10:30 o'clock. Ofllcor Hard man of the fweuly seventh precinct found a girl 3 or 4 years old at the comer ot 101st street and Second ave nue She was a. pretty as a picture, and her little brown ringlets curled tight about her head She was neatly dresaed in brown, and her faco was clean Ibeolllcer took her to Matron Webliat Headquarters. As she sat lu tbe car by bis side, she snuggled un against his great bluu coat, lucked her ari.i through his. and went to sleep Ihe policeman liked It very much, and all the women in the car liked him. A Deputy Unrebal Hbot In Quebec. Labis Mecuntic, Que., June 22. Lucius F, Warren, a United btates deputy marshal, was shot dead here this sfternoon by a desperado named Donald Mor rison, whom he wss trying to arrrst on a charge of poi soning 1 lie people of the villas, are greatly excited. as Morrison threatens to do more harm. A force is com ing from bherbrooke to arrest hftn. Ibe tVeutber Yesterday, Indlrntcd by Minima's thermomotor: 3 A. M IW, U A, M . IW. U A l . li". 1J M . t- J JO 1'. M l.isj tl r. M.. l,u V, M . itae. u midnight, HJ. Average. MJJ,. Average on Juno "i." Ia7, 1h Hrnul UnUe i'redlctlnn. For New England, light to fresh westerly winds, cooler, fair weather. 1'ortbe District of Columbia, eastern New York, east ern rentisylvanla. and Now Jersey, light to fresh west erly winds, cooler, lair weather. ji'iuiiUK .iiiuvr ioirx The Hoard of I silmatedll not vole jctlerday on In creasing tbe jiay ot police Sergeants Muslooti the Muiion Saturday nnd Sunday afternooni at 4 by Cappa a Seventh bctiinrnt Hand. The transferor the M Penis Holt I fur KM) tr) was recorded venerday .Tame- lleiiwlrk wje tie grantor and the St. Deuls Company the grantee. Mr. Kmll Mscher thebsssuof the Metropolitan Opera roiusaiiT. has been engaged by the New York College of Musfo aa vocal iuatruotor for next season. The steamer City of ntohburg ran Into tbe schooner William blater In the Sound yeaterday morning early in a fog, lowed her to City Island for repairs, sail proceed ed to New York. Judge Andrews has granted an abeotnte divorce to Frank Hchramek trout Josephlno bchramek. Judge Van Hoesen has granted an absolute divorce to Kdllh Turner front 1 nomas It Turner John Oil esple a forena't of Ihe tirt grade or Honk and I.i Her Company .u Jwaadsmss.il from the ser vlie )estrrdtty for ahiruce without leie Slid tooduct prejudicial to tl (i good order of tLo lire Department. The tugboat H II llorrleof nrernpoDu and tbe Reliing sohooDsr Isabella K. oame Into collision Teste rday noon lathe Sound ofl Oak Volut. Thomas Murphy, a deck hand; on tte. ackoeaer, u knocked e-tuua (Ad Wrii baims taken. Votos Scattered Among Many Favorite Sons. DEPEW WITHDRAWS HIS NAME. Now York, Wisconsin, and Minne sota for Harrison. BLAINE'S FRIENDS ALAEMED. Thoy Combine and Force an Adjournment. The Rppnbllcavn.Vntlnnnl Convention Flnntly Ilrclna o llnllot Three Ilnllola Taken Willi I.tttle Chance, Kxcr-pt tbut Hherinnn Lost Votes, while Oreshnm, Alger. liar, rlson, nnd Allison Gained Blaine Hlnrts with 83 noil Knda with 43-Urnew then Wllhdrawe, nnd Xew "York Decides to sro far llnrrlaon Wleeonaln and Minnesota etleo Fall Into Line Then tho Frlende nt Illnlno and Other Leading; (nntlltlntes Combine nnd Foree an Arijonrntnent until To.dny The Convention In an Uproitr New .Jereesr Hcnred to Allleon Itob In. sreraoll Proeree to be Greahnm'a Dnrehard. Chicago, Juno 22. Tho Convention got down to business thla moraine. It took threo ballots and put on record tho "confusion worse confounded" of tho dolocntos. Chi cago had onco again bocomo a blc Turkish bnth. Thoro aro thousands ot mon in town who never can think of tho city oxcept ns a bako ovon. Tho sky wns hoavlly ovorcast, nnd rnln foil now and thon, but apparently no I dopthof elouds is sufficient to diminish tho fearful hoat which is Chicago's pride and joy. Onlywhllo tho rain poured in shoots for an hour yostorday aftornoon has thoro beon a rcsplto since tho Convention boKtin. Tho delegates aro peaked, pallid, limp, and without onercy. There are many men bitterly opposed to Blalno who would almost wolcomo the Blaine stampede to roloaso thorn from tho mlsory ol tholr stay hero. But tho roador will soo that, althouch tho Blalneltos woro still plannlnc a hurrah, all Blalno stens failed at tho moraine session. Tho tntonso and sulTo catlnc boat, whloh robbed tho air of Its vitaliz ing qualltlos soomod to tako tho onercy out ot tho stroot paradors durlnc tho night Tho boodlo band of Aljorinos cot up a dnmp and limp procession, but tho main ovont was tho par ado of tho Flambeau Club from Kansas City. It wasasplondld exhibition. The follows woro all in white, 'with Rllstonine helmots ot sllvor, nnd carried Oamlna Roman candlos that loaded the air with blazinc streams from balls of colored flro. Men followed bohlnd thorn shooting enor mous rockots over the procession, and tho rear was brought up with an a nmunitlon wagon of curious shapo. draggod by mon, and loutlcd withllreworks. Tho unwonted uulet lod the Buffering thousands to fancy thoy wero going to got tt night's rest. It was utterly out of Iho question. Tho atmosphoro of tho bedrooms was llko the air in hermetically soalod cans. Golngto bod was like taking a vapor bath. Tho slocpors tossed to and fro until tho morn ing's roOnforcomont of tho stifling hoat called thorn from their bods. Long bo Toro 11 o'clock, tho hour for conven ing, tho Convention hall w as packod. Tho old soldiors had gotten tholr tickets, and tho sulo of them from tho nows stands in tho hotols and tho neighboring barrooms went on with a rush. Evorybody know that the balloting would begin with tho day. Slany dronmod of nn exciting starapedo, llko that four yenrs ago. Evorybody who could got In tho big building was In the Boats. At twenty mlnute3 paBt 11 tbo doorkeepers nt tbo platform end of tho building woro tolling tho people who had como late that thoro was no chance to got Inside. Tho olToct ot tho poculiar shapo of tho Convention hall Is to mass tho thousands togothor, so that from tho platform ono sooms to stand In the bottom of a woll built of humnn bolngs. Tho hall is tho shapo of a tall, square hat box, and the gallorios aro so stoop thnt tho spectators in them seem piled ono tier abovo another. There nro gallorios In tho front and gnllerios in tho back, nnd thoro in only a llltlo ripnco of side wall botvroeu thorn that iloc- not beoin built up of pooplo. Tholr white faces mado n great mosaic llfty or sixty feet high, rising all around the spectators who stood on tbo floor. Tho eyo could hardly rost upon any seotlon or single lino becauxo of tho fluttorlne of tbe seven thousand fans tho Btllled people carriod. Buttothogntniloiirof tbo scene was added tho beauty of lavish coloring. Wherever cay bunting could bo displayed or gaudy shlolds or portraits could bo hung thoy blazed forth. Add to this combination myilnd jots of vlectrlo lights lu antral forms and Hying nrclioxof llame, nnd tho roador can Imngino. at loast faintly, how novel, how liniirossho, and bow beautiful Is the see no which the great Con vention presonts by day and by night. It Is ever the same, lor daylight cannot enter that great hot box. It was as hot as pcppormlnt thoro this morn ing. Tho hands of men burned when thoy restod on a neighbor's arm. No movement ot tho ministering nlr could bo illstliiL'tilshod. Suffocation seemed only to bo avoided by vig orous fanning. Tho hull do-reu tiny breaks In tho uullnlshed walls through which tho audi once entered woro moro than half stopjied up with pooplo, and so woro tho two or three silts that are tlto only suggestions of windows for that enormous packing case of masonry. In n very fow moments tho multitude had breathed tho air it found thoro. Tho conso'iuouco was frightful. Thosu who entered the building could feel tbo nntifreoiis nlr as It touehod thilr lungs. Mon slckeiiod in creator or lessi'o groo win) had to ait Unit sesiuon nut, but when one eonslilors that inn n atone or brick of this building li.ul 1jU laid wheu tho Na tional Committee isstiod tho Convention call, and that even now tho hull within tho tinlln lutied walls Is but a temporary construction, admiration for Chicago onterprlso must blond with apology, DEFOna Till VOT1KO lilidvN. The tardy Now Yorkers (lied blowly Into tho gaiilng vacancy In front of tlto delegate sot tlou iMiioro tho platform. I'.vory one of tlieiti. nx. rept titonlirn II. l'letieh, looked uh though ho hnd passed on uncomfortable, night. Mr. French Is the dandy ot the delegation. If startUs bis companions every day with his chances ot toilet, With each change ho em i 9&'!&&m&tlWBQBBEXBBBBaBamMmmMammmmmm& phnslteos tho (rcaliness ot a daisy nnd tho neat ness of a now pin. He was In wbllo flannol ynstontny, but to-day his suit wns of soft oloth of a faint drab tone. Ho had discarded his walstioat.and displayed nn ample Held ot shirt flout. In which two or throo Utile diamonds shimmered llko tho brighter stnrs In tho milky wny. Ills high collar and his cuffs wero lintnnciilato, and from his nook thorn floated a gauy, wobdtko scarf, so that his wholo nppearanco put nearly ovorv wife In tho assembly to blush for her husband, because tt was n llnnnol shirt crowd, long siticu lost to ovory thought of Kb appear ance. Lmi l'ayn sat In tho middle of tho group at llrst, anil thon got up and wont over to Wnrnor Mlllor, to whom ho talkod oarnestly. Frnnk Hlscoek sat behind Mlllor, and thoro was no ono missing excopt Chnuncoy Dopow, Tho New Vorkors had held a mooting early In tho morning In tholr big parlors In tho Orand l'aclllc, whoio thoy had oloctod young Bloat FiiBEutt of K.lmlrn tholr National Committee man, This wns on Mr. rintt'a motion, Fassott being rintt's rlchost, most loyal, and most cnergotlo honchmnn. A. R, 'Whltnoy of New York city paid that although he had no other candtdato in v low ho thought tho oommlttoomon ought to como from tho metropolis. Mr. I'lntt replied that the rural districts aro ontltled to the honor this yonr, as Now York olty hadboon represented in tho Nnttonnl Co.mmlttoo by Mr. LawRoti for tho past four years. A. It. Whituoy Is still a most enthusiastic Dopow man. and wanted nil tho delegatos to pledge themsolves for our own Cbauncey; but both Mlllor and Illseoek said the delegatos should continue to support their candidate. Just before tho big bund of voters started for the Convention. Hls coek wns eloseted with Depow In a oonfab to which no one elso was admitted. Ah hot ns n stove, ns close as n closot, and as crowded as a rattle train waa the enormous hall. In tho galloilesthore were only ns many Pooplo its there wero seats, and so it was lu tho dolognto seitlon, but tho crowd on tho plat form doubled Its seating capacity, with peo ple standing In tho aisles and in tho thick crowd mound tho Chairman's enclosure. Every uay the number of ladles has Inoreased. nnd to-day they hnd lnvuded tho reporters' seats, worn standing upon tho platform, and numbered fully ono-thfrd of ull who wero In tho Kpeetators' seats. Thoy woro as noat and cool nnd elaborate In tholr dross ns tho mon woro hot aud careless. How on earth thoy managed to look so fresh and spirited and lovolv amid the terrors of a summer visit to Chicago no man will ovor bo ablo to explain. Mrs. Lognn. a sable llguro In a gaudy group of brlght-ovoti womon, lookod down from the I gallery, grnvo and thoughtful. Littlo Mrs. 1 oraker. modest In mien nnd plainly dress ed, was near her. In another gallnry sat Itachol.the bow Itching daughter of grim old Toeuinsoh Hhertniin. Near hor again was Walker Blaine, it Blonder, undistinguished looking young man, with curved moustnchlos. Tho extraordinary and queenly beauty among all the charmers was still Jlrs. Htephon 11. lil kins. who sat In a platform seat, with her elo quent black oypstefegruphliiguvery movement i around her. Morn conspicuous by accident was Mis. Fred Grant, whoso vivacity and I bounty distracted from tholr work tho atten tion of the nowstinpur correspondents, near whom sho sat. Sho was charmingly drossod 1 to-day. bhe worn a sailor suit of blue. It was ns French as her Picttyfnco. Its bnsnuo was mndo like a jacket, with broad lapels edged i with many very lino lines of tlno vvhlto braid. A false vost of vvhlto Marseilles followed curves of hor shapely fonu. The Immobile face of her bearded husband, extraordinarily llko that of his father, vvasofton close to Iters ns ho listonod to her splnted whispering, hho woro a black velvet hat, ovor which a croat white ostrich i pliinio wnssowod. Beneath her dimpled chin she had a great oval brooch containing the por i trait of Gen. Grunt, in a gold settlng.Htuddedwith little coins. Another woman who nttractod at tention an tho wilo of u conspicuous man wns Mrs. Fred Douglass; but it was UIQlcult for the people to take IholroyosnIT him. so extraordi nary is his appearance, his cotfoe-colorod faco being framed In n perfoct cloud of gray hair, as thick as tho mane of tho Hon, Col. Bob lngersoll, with his smooth and urchln-llko countenance, sat In the Chair man's onclosure. with lilswhlto vest rumpled nut of nil semblance of noatness. Tho pooplo looked with curiosity ut a sober lit tlo woman who sat bosido him. Hho was not his wife. Moro strnngo still, she was the wilo of the elorgj man who was to opon tho session with prtisor. This was made known In whispers, and ltwasnotlcod thnt bho neither looked at nor spoke to tho lnlldel. Tho bald bond of Chairman Lsteo'w as In Its place, so was the gray crown of 11. F. Jones, and near thorn both In tho enclosure sat Hergoant-at-Arms Flt7slinmonds, attracting many oses becauso ho had been knocked down the night beforo In an altercation with a National Committeeman. The tound head of S. B. Klklns was also In tho huddle ot heads in the onclosure. It was noticed that Chairman Ksteo consult ed oarnestly with Apsistant Secretary Cnron Luke. Then ltvvns obseived that Mr. Lake went down Into tho tloicgutos' section and whispered with Mr. Hlscoek, who followed Mlm upon tho platform. The explanation was that Chairman Lstoo had boon knocked out by tho urdttous labors of tho precoding day. nnd now bunded the gavel of his authority to the junior Konutor from Now York, who ut once rapped I tho n-Hombly to order and Introduced tho llov. I Dr. Worcester of Chicago, who, ho said, would load them in praer. benalor Hlscoek made a I splendid nppenianco as Chairman. Without doubt ho Is tho most distinguished-looking 1 man in tho Convention. Tailor than nlnety I nine men out of a hundred, ami naturally dlg- nllled. as woll as very handsome, ho cut a splendid llguro lu tho chair. Ho said tho or der of busino-s wns balloting for a nomi nation for tho 1'rcsldonoy. Ho direct ed tho Socrotary to road onco again tho rule govorning tho miinnorof voting. It requires thu finishing of every roll cull by htatcs and prevents stampeding, such as oc curred In lhSl. Whilo thu reading wont on, Flre-alnrm Fornker bustled nmong tho Ohio men, Uonator Hoar wont upon tho platform, nnd Stephen B. Elkins, who Is supposed to be tho boss stoiupodor for Bluiuo, stood by and scanned the Convention. When Alabama was called hor Chairman announeod 11! votos for bhoimnn, 1 for Algur, and 1 for Depow. Arkunsns followed with 10 voto-. for Ingnlls, 1 for Harrison, 1 forUresham, and '2 for tilierinnn. California cast her votos in a solid brick ot gold for Jamos G. Blalno, and hor Chairman miiilo tho announcement ilrannitlcnlly, in the oxpoctatlon of creating a furor. Thoro was, indood, consldurnolu excitement fot hnlr a minute. Throe ladles In tho group with Mrs. Forakor, who would llko to boo her husband Yico-i'iosidont if ho could not get tho llrst Place, suddenly produced great silk flags anil waved them ovor tho balcony rail. Catcalls, yells, huyas, and a tremendous flutter of fans nud huiidkuichlnfs filled the air. John J. O'Brien was tho only Now YorLor who arose and joined In tho demonstration. It lasted long enough to convince tlto obsonnnt cor respondents that Blaine Is tho ladies' candi date. Two In ovnry threo of thorn woro greatly oxeltetl. But tho effort nt a hurrah was a dead failure. It was weak, feeble, nnd shortllvotl. Delaware cast her six for Harrison. Col orado cast one for Allison, threo lor Gresbam, nnd two for Ilnirlson. Florida gavollurrlson one. Utler throe, and Hherinnn four. Tho voting vt ent on amid the utmot dlor lr. At the mention ol overycaiiilidiile'Buiimo either Ills hlietl ehmuo or hundreds of noisy enthusiasts shouted and yelled. Tho babel wits Increased by tho deuinnds of tho cor rohponiicuts that the votos bo repeated finm tho chair. It would havo been Impossible to do tho work of a Convention under such condi tions. Mr, Bttyiio ot l'onnsylTnnia nroso und cnllod to hnvo 1 lorlda's voto repeated, Georgia gnvo Grosham 1, Alllnon 2, fihormnn ID, ami Lincoln 1. It wns evldont that tlmo bail done Utile toward cristalll.iug uny voto. All could seo I lull tlioo broken ilolig.itlons weio going to llliigtho voto of the Convention in tho nlr. The only combinations were matin within Hut Males tint had f.tvorito sons; ull others wer nt en Illinois voted ns a unit, 41 for Grosham. In dlntiagnvo Hntrlson 2!) und Gioshnm 1. The yelling continued. Neither tho delegatos nor tho correspondents felt sure ol tlto llgurcs thoy put down, Tho reading clerk sagaciously re peated tho votes; but tho fools in the galleries still cheered and yelled for their favorites. Iowa cast 2li votos for Allison In a faint voice. Tlto Chairman of thu Kansas delegation arnso nnd said; " lu obedloncu to tho llepubll cans of IvaiiH is. seventeen oi her olghtnen did- og ites eitBt their votos lor Ingnlls. Ono dele gate, who wns litbtriiiteil for Blalno, desires thnt 1 .uinoiiivo his vote," Kentucky Mint up her collection In a b.u Lot. 4 for Algor, 11 lot Ilr poiv 1 for Harrison, fi lor Giesluini, and U !nr HtiTinnu. Cltulriu.in Hi'coek now iinpenlod to tho Con vention during the ca'lof tlin Slides to t. reserve silence. "It was necessary." ho said, for tho clerk to receive tho voto aud tho Convention to understand it." Louisiana had no order of organization. Hho wont on record with S for Tihormnn. 2 for Greshnm. 2 for Allison, 2 for Algor, 1 for Dcpcw, nnd 1 for Harrison, A delegate askisl that the vole of the l'ollcana be p. .Hod, The i nydlmico miittorod in rilsappiovtil of the delay. Heiuttor lll-i A'k raid the delegates had tho right to caM for lite polling. A uhUtor ran ' tliiotigh tim crowd that tl Loiiisiniwins 1 mail I nut trust .'noli otlmr. l'lnchbeek Voted for Sherman. Wnrinoulh voted lor lie pew. and I!, 1). Mnlth for Algor. The result showed that tho vote had boen properly unuouncod, Mulne cast not a single voto for Blaine. Hor ballots woto I for Qresham, x lor phenaan3 ii i i i ! ... i e i , , I. for Alger, 2 for narrlnon, 3 for Dopew, and t 91 for Allison. Tho multitude laughed nt thf C.f humorousnoss of this voto. f hero waa MlU flik cheering for favorltos In tho gnllory. ip Maryland throw In 1 voto for Depew, B for , Sherman, S for Harrison, 2 Allison, I foe wj GreshBm. nnd 2 for Illnlno. . -K Tho Chairman workod up to thomontlop ot i)X- Blaine's namo nnd roared It at tho Convention. lt Ho got broken yells, ncnttored ovor tho bulla-. Ujty Inc. but mndo n failure. It was noticed tnat '.uU: thoro nover wan any chcnrlng for Depow. w Micrman got most of it. Grosham the next jW greatest quantity, and Harrison oama third, JU But tho choorn for flreshnm enma mainly from iv Chicago throats. Chicago has cono Greshaia &0 crazy, 'Saw Tho Old Bay Btato caTq Depew 1 Tote. Blatna , & 2 votes, Allison 2, Lincoln 2. Grosham 2. Hor- ' M rlson 4, Algor 0, nnd Uhorman 0 votes. , .gii" Michigan voted ns ono man 20 votes forth vSr boodlo candidate. W' Mlnnosota gave Alger 1 voto, 2 votes for fft Dopow, aud Grosham 11 votos. A delegate In- Bp slstod upon n poll being taken, and thero wm -'' thnt much more delay. . . V-16J The foulness of tho nlr waa torrtble. Th ws hoat wns tntonso. Tho Chairman oontlnnollr Zv Insisted upon tho mntntonanco of order and si- '',5 leneo. but It was scarcely necossarr. The at J,A mospherlo conditions were taking tbo ntsron US out of tho pooplo. Tholr rolls grew fainter y-ft? nnd fainter, and, finally, only extraordinary . ; occasions drew forth any at alt g& MisslpDt envo 14 votes for Sherman, 3 to SJi Grosham, and Depow cot 1. . M? Missouri wont ail to pleceB. like most of the v&jv othor HtatoB. Sherman grabbed 0 of her Mij? votos, nnd so did Alger. Harrison got 8. M Grnshnm carriod off II, Allison 8, and Blaine a. ' A Mlssotirlan callod for a poll of the voto. Thej fj people in tho galleries remonstrated with itt"j! groans. A rumor ran through the crowd that iM tho delegates domandod thla polling In order -V to get their nnroos beforo tbe Convention. It 'i-A' was not true. In some cases their aim waa to ''!& forco tholr cotnpnnlonB to show their hands. ,"Wi In othor oases they wanted to foel snre that !, tholr Chairmen wero not playing them trlcka. J',';- In this cimo ot Missouri tho polling mode '$.'. change In the voto, so that Blaine sot one ana , : Depow got two. . ' "jjfo Nebraska fell llko a littlo bird blown to piece j with small shot. Allison cot 8 votes, Bhormaa ' 8, Alger2, Greaham 1, andlluskl, ! Nevada split In two, 8 for Algor and 8 for r?K- Alllson. ,;ii Now Hampshire did tho same thine, 4 for $!. Harrison and 4 for Depow. --M Now Jorsoy surrendered completely to her fa favorlto son, Tholns. and gavo him 18 votes. , North Carolina foil In a shower of Uttle rotes, '-ifi 1 for Harrison. 1 for Dopow, 1 for Blaine, 2 for ',-4 Algor. IS for Sherman, and 2 for Grosham. Aim When New York wns onlled WarnerMlIler 11 announeod tho vote, 71 for Ohnuncey M. Depew ,"l nnd John J. O'Brien for Blaine, only ho sold: 'WJ "Onofornialne." BB Flro Alarm Forakor threw up tho rote ot fl Ohio in one chunk 40 for John Hhermon. -ally Oregon announeod 4 for Gresham, 2 for Har- -mm rlson, and 1 for Blalno. This was received with vkm laughter, groans, and discordant cries. 311 " Tho gontlomnn has announood a surplus ot ;J votes." said Chairman Hlscoek. Oregon then Jr-fl took ono away lrom Harrison and stood prop-. .& erly recorded. 'Ry Matt Quay passed the plate In Fennsrlvanliv v.m nnd sont up a shabby collection. 1 for Blaine, 'Vm 1 for Algor, 3 for Tholps, 8 for Dopew, Id for SB Fltler. nnd 31 for Sherman. Mr. Flrnn of that BR Stnto called for a polling. This chanced the ijm votos as follows: One for Algor, S for Dopow. 18 t for Fltler, 5 for Phelps, 29 for Sherman, ana 2 yarn for Blalno. Thero was a fight in the State, and Mil her people wnnted every voto nut on record. It St l wns interesting. Matt Quay, for Instanco. roUa 'UW for Phelps, though ho had beon running Sher- j'jm man in the delegation. Tho Koystone's feeble ', f tribute to Blalno pretty well fatigued tbe night -, hawk screeching of tho Blainttes in the gallery. 'fl Bhodo Island gavo her 8 votes to Allison. SI South Carolina envo Ingnlls 1, Fltler 2. Da -! pow 1, Algor 3. nnd Shorman 11. , Tennosseo gave 1 voto to Allison, 2 to Dopew, ," 3 to Blalno. for Shorman 7, Alger 0, Harrison 1, A and Gresham 1. A poll was called for umid ,d groans and hisses. ... s Kvery trap and trick thnt could be devisod gl was sprung upon tho Convention to foment on -fi ecstasy for Blalno. For Instance, a Tonnes- M soenn arose to a question of privilege and sold: ,-. "Asndologato from tho Stato of Tennessee, I 4J herewith most positively Insist, in accordance '. with my instructions, that my vote be oast for Blalno' , . M A Pennsylvania dologato arose angrily and " Bald: "I submit that ho did not stato a auos- Mt tion of prlv liege, nnd that he vlolatod the rulo W- j of tho Convontlon." . j Cbnlrman Hlsoock replied: " The gentleman did not stale a question of privilege, and did violnte tbo rules of tho Convention." Thoro was vory slight yolllnc for Blaine. It 'A nmountod to nothing. Toxas cut5votog for Gresham. T for Sher- i man, 1 for Hnrrlsnn, 2 for Alger, 7 for Allison, 1 for Blaine. 2 for McKlnloy. nnd 1 for Phelps. 4. Thero wns now so much confusion In the A galleries that Mr. Hlscoek appealed to the poo- vj plo to bo qulot. .,.. ? Vermont cast hor 8 votos for Bon Harrison ot . Indinna. ... Whon Virginia wns callod Delegate Allon asked thnt tho voto be polled. This wns done. ,v nnd at the calling of Senator Biddlobercer'B name that distinguished gontlomnn arose and fr said: "I would llko to voto for Blaine wero ho 4 In nomination, but ns ho Is not I vote for '; Allison." Virginia's ballots rattled down In ,, this way: Alger. .1; Allison, 8; Grosham. 1; v Harrison, 4: Kusk. 1, and Sherman, 11. West Virginia gavo Alger 1, Blaine 2, Qroaham -,; 2. Harrison 2, and Sherman 5. t Arizona cast hor two votos tor Alger. ( Wisconsin cast hor solid vote for Jerry Rusk, Dakota mado a sad uso of a handsome pros- ont of ton votes tho Convention had awarded to hor. She cast ono voto for every candidate ex cept Depow, nntl ho got two. Thero was great laughter at this attempt of the big Torrltorr to mako herself solid with all tbe candidates. A poll wns taken, and tho voto that bad been given to Mr. Pholpswas changed and thrown to II AAV lev. Perry Carson nnncuncod the vote ot the Dis trict of Columbia to bo for Blolno. Idaho gave Allison one and Grosham ono, and, Montana did tho same thing. New Moxlop gave Alger ono nnd Sherman one. while Utah threw her two little votos for AUlson. Wash ington Territory gavo ono voto to Allison, one to Phelps, and throo to Grosham. Wyoming , gave Allison two votes. ..... A buzzing broko out while tbe olork figured up tho totals of tho votos cast, but beyond the 11 ii Ur of a few whito men among tbo Southern J delegates tho delegatos kept qulot and in their seats. This wus the voto on the llrst ballot, as It was announced from tho chair: J bheruiaa 33t Ilepesr OS 1 (Irestiara - 114 I Ali-er - 64 I Uatvley 19 V Harrison TO C Allison n B lot-all 3 I I'liellis as 1 Itusk 2S H litter J lllalne J 1 I.lnrolii 9 fi Mckinley , H Thovotoby States was as follows: -fll MUST 11ALLOT. JR Ala... 13 1 .. I .. if Ark... 1 1 1 ID j. j t'etm. ' U m Ha.'" "i 1 '.'. '.'. '.'. ','. '.'. .' '.'. '.'. 'S '.'. '.', '.'. A (la ... IU J 1 1 .. M Ind'". '.'.) I '. ''...',',', '.'. '.'. '.'. '.'. '.'. '.'. 'K Kau 17 1 -i Ivy,,.. 11 4 6 1 e 'W I.i ., 113 t n vinlne 1 2 I 3 2 S Ul Mil .,55113 Mass.. 1 2 1 J I B Mich. Minn. ... 11 2 . 1 jS Vllaa. II . 3 1 , .II Mu . 6 3 II 2 . i ,' I Nell. 3 1,32,1 s H Nev . 3 3 '.' J N' !" ",..!! .1 18 ',', ','. '.'.'.'. t .s. v... ,7i i ii N II II I I 1 . J I 'V lire. I .'.'.'.'. '.', '.'. " '.', '.'. 'i Iffl l'i :-.i . 4 l t 18 ., I Ifi It I. ., . S ( HI) II 1,31 7 , .Iff Tenn 7 112 10 k U less. 7 15.73 1 .. 3 .. I U u t i ! 9 's ;: 'i ;' v, v, ;: ;; ;: 9 VVVa 6 2 2 .. . 1 t M pa'k.', i i i 2 i i ; 'i 'i 'i i ;; ;; ; S VI 1 1 " " Jf? I tah 2 , ' f, w r is i ,i ;; iu t. s : : j; : :: j- re Totals li tu 111 W Hit .1 3 U "J M l"i u tS Ncenad Ballot. j3 The casting of the socond ballot came al- ,1 most Instantly, Senator Cullom bad tlmo to M pick bU way through tbe crowd on the plat- f form to tho side of Mityor Hocbo of Chicago. The Now Yorkors sat llko men in church. Evan Fonikor, John s. Wise, and Boss Mabone sat still Then wns a ll'tle niovomont In Bonth Ciirolln.t nud Tennessee. Then Charles Km ory Stntlli arose und valked fnrvrnrd. saying that ho desired to say n si agio word. Murmur of disapproval ran around, and there worocrloa of " Iobject. I object." from the BoUaHea, '