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JH I "IF YOU SEE IT IN T j J -m & LJP ! I &&rj3nEVFI.&jm I B5 the sun. , jJkrt ,jcsK,K 9$W't'Y bmuSmtb Bt IT'S SO." THIS APPLIES TO ADVERTISE- WT M. M HI 4WJi .SJteJ liLJvL M. ilA Hk mcnts as well as news. J .SfeftP yW S&W V TETJE S TT UST. IU V0L. 1.V1I .-XI). 271. NEW YORICIirKSDAYT MAY 2J" lSOO.-TKN PAGES. HlBrWrTcKNTS."" I ROW OVER THE TARIFF BILL run effect or inn actios or the afsath ij.a.vi: cu.vsuiTi n Senator Sherman Move Tuts I no: the Const d rt-ntlnn ortlir Hill Irom the Hiili.Comnilt. tee untl tlltlnc It tu lli I'ull t'mnmltff-cj Muy JCrlllt In Nil Titl-InT ftpslsliitluil Jlurlnu Tills Hrsslon ol' Congress, W.ihiitM.roN. Mnv 21. Muior McKlnloy left forClovdnh ltvlth President Hnrrlson to-night, Jlrm In I'm lotnlctlnn thai the llttlu surpiiso Which liJ and hunntor Shorinan so adroitly prepared Mid o.vucuted unon Senator Altlron. Aldrlch. lllscock. and Joiicb ot tho Senate llnatico Commlttoo, lintl suvod lili pet T.irltl till Irom annihilation. It is ropnrtod on trust worthy authority Hint, whon Slmor Jlclvlnloy wfti Informed ol the notion ot tlio hoiiatii com mlttoo In deciding Hint tlio full commlttoo must consider tbo Tnrlll bill, ho oxclnlmed: " Woll, thnt'a tlio ond of Allison and that rneasloy stib-oommlttoe." Major McKlnlor unit bis trlonils haio nil alone foil tbut Souatora Allison uud Aldrlch and their criteria in tlio Sonata woro In favor ot emasculating bis bill, which ho bo cleverly put through tho House, nnd bo can woll nffoul to laugh at tholr dlscomllturo when tboy Unit tliomseUesso olToctually diockmntod. Pona tor Sherman, howotor.no doubt roallzos tbnt hoiainsomothlngof n predicament, tionntor Morrill voted with him sostordnv to put tlio McKlnloy bill Into tho hnuds ot tlio full com mittee, but it Is undorstood that tho voner ablo Chairman ot tlio l'lnniico Commlttoo adopted this courso nieroly for tho pur poso of ntoidlug a row. Tho othor llo pabllcan Senators, did not voto at nil ond so Mr, Sherman's resolution, which 19 a most Important one lu its scopo. was adopted with hardly a wont of comment. Senator Bbermun therefore finds himself nllied to the fho Democrats on tho l'Inanco Commlttoo, which Is uot a vory pleasant situation for him. Ho rofused absolutely to-day to soy a word about tho rupture In tho committee, and as sumed that ho had not hoard of any unusual action hailne boon tnkon therolu. Sonntor Sherman Is ono of thoso 'Senators, so fow In number, who will not sneak of what takes place in tho commlttoo room except when it suits their convonlonco to do so. It is well known, howoi or. that he and Major Mc Klnley had an understandlncboforo tho propo sition was broached for the discussion of tho McKlnloy bill In full committee It Ib rcportod that the reul reason of tho dlscomllturo of tha sub-committee Is that they bad proparod n complote substitute for tho McKtnloy bill, which was to bo known as tho Allison bill. Thoro was much talk in tlio Senate chamber to-day about tho cloomy outlook for the pas sage of the Turin bill, causod by the action of the Finance Commlttoo yestorday, and it ap pears that a minority of the Senators think Mr. Phorman mado an unwise move. It is broadly hinted, moreover, that his ltopubllcan colleoguos on tho committee may rofuso to at tend tho meetings called for tho purpose of considering tho MoKinley bill. This would leuvo to honator Sherman tho work of piepar n Inn us Senate measure, aided by the llie IV Eomocrat on tho comtnltteo. In this x case tho JIoKlnley bill would suffer I oionmoio than ltwould at the hands of Hona- tors Allison, Aldrich. lllscock. and Jones. It 1 It not yet known whothor these Senators will roally carry out their threat to remain away from committee meetings, but their intentions Will probably be made known to-morrow. A Biectiucof tho Finance Commlttoo baa been tailed for 10 o'clock, at which tlmo a, plan of action to be followed with regard to the bill Will bo asroed to. Should Mr. Sherman's plan ' ' of havlm: hoarlnss beioro the committee bo Ai curried out, tho day for llnnl adjournment o( Q A Congress would bo set forward (o about the iMl'. flistof Septombor. WM The four Sonatora constltntlne the roeular S eub-commJttoo pn tariff leslslatlon thuusht K the MoKinley bill would bo referred to them as aB o matter of oourto. and they had thlnns all ar- k ranted to make somo important amendment! (r totnonlu and report It back to the Senate bv HI the first of noit vtook. Mr. Bherman ntpped B tnlfl procrammo in the bad. and now thlnes rK are all at sixes and sevens. Ah oilort Is belnc j made by the ltepubltcann to oreato the Impres- M elon that there Is no family row In the Finance m Committee, and that the action ot yosterday Is , .. t elmply iho result of a little Individual under- 4 Btanalnd. The truth Is. however, that Mr. (T. Bherman hbs not beon on cood terms with his 1. eolleofiues on the ttaanoo Oommlttp for somo SI years, out feels that bo has beon ignored by , the younuer members ot It lio had no band rfci In the preparation of the bis Sonato bill ot lbSd. t? nna It was all arrancred that ho should have as fjf UUie to do with this year's measure Mr. MB I Bnerman, It seems, was only waltlne his chance l(P to set even, and now thinks ho has accom- ;Bv ! fcllshed his purpose, Senators Aldrlch and lit I Allison predict that thero is only a small pos- 'yt f nihility novr ot the potsaco of a tariff bill, and n, f do not hesitate to say that tho country and the 9 Jlepabllooa party would be bettor off with such V'7 fteUteof thlnas than to be compelled to ac V 7 Sept the MoKlnloy bill. hi . The Democrats snom to bo cetttnet much sat- hfootlon out of the Itepubllcan row. The pemocrotfo Henntprs on tho Finance Commit- feefirp nreparlnn tnblos to show that thoMc- lUfiley bill will navo the effect of lnoroaslna instead of deoreasinK the rovenuos. and If tho doors of the commltteo room are thrown open tot hearing thef will take advantage of it to putsome free trade testimony on file. 3UVBDBR XY VBIliaONT. 0K9rBjjrro Btat) to tk Heart hu TTbtto XTeaaekBeper who bad JLefl nim. tf TfoKTB Ahamb. Mass.. Mnr 98. The home ot iY ftihn Dftworth, on the top of the mountain two )JBr biles west of Stamford villaco, VL, was the i'iJB scene on Taosday of a horrible murder. Tho 1 8K victim was Mac Shea, a dissolute woman, and flHi the perpetrator of the deed is Nick liradloy, a lK neero, for whom tho woman has kept house B tor a year or so. The Shea woman at rived at (K Dllworth'a houpe on Sunday at about 2 o'clock, jE, In respose to a roauest mado by Dllwortli some fK two or three weeks nco that sho desert JH Bradley and come and keep houso for Hf him, his wife bavlncc loft him. Dllwortli and H his hired man (Lyons) wore nt home, and In H honor of their cucst n pitcher of cider was Ja brought up, Iator Tim White dropped In. and IW at 0 o'clock Uradloy came, and after n lively ( W time lett. only to return at midnlcht with two . a Irlonds. An attempt to battor tn the front f,t doorwoHjiieffoctual. but all tho windows woro i jfj Bmaehoil. Dihvorlli escaplnc byonons lirud- V D ley and bis companions onterod nnothor. 11 Dilworth wont toanoiuhboi's for help, and returned an hour later with n shotcun, lliidlm: I tho dospornduos In pomsohIoii and haWim a J grand ciirouso. A elder barrel had been hoist ed to the kitchen and all hands woio in u jolly mood, l'onco was noon established, but Dl. worth concludod to kpend tlio nlu'htwith tho neighbor. All lny Monday ilrlnkint; eoiitliiiiod, Interspersed with tho smuHliInu ot eio. kory and furniture, until in tho afloi noon Diluortli mustered up cournuc to aenlii visit hi lioubo. liradloy thun ucreod tlmt tlio hheii wuinaii could stay with Dilworth If sho wanted to. and us it was ralnlnc hnid Duidluy wan urued to epond tho nlu'lit. Dilworth m of a timid dlapo ' .) Bltiou, uud uualn slopt in ilie neluln orV. fOu Tuesday iiptiiIii: oteiyi.oiiv that wut net too ilruuk was MkIhIiik. and Dllwoith etui'ed for htumford Mtiniro to K"i wariiiiita fur tho I intrudoM. 'I lioowdeneo in thu imii.e-t to-day i indicates tlmt at niiout Hi mi 1 i.oth.uj iiniiju.ii; liradloy ehiiuceit lilhuiiiid i r. Kurd I 'lUil'iix' ' , vtlthhis housol.eoic. mi I undu.iM'iod topei- ouadu hor to ko Imniu niiti It i m that nliu pi r Klhted In her relui-.il inl tie htulil'ud hnr to tlio heart, kllllui: Iht in--iauily. Tlio other nun uoroltitho lioiifx' at tlm tlnie. anil ihi lieard cries of "lio aw.ii fiom mo, yuu nikvui," inl -I lowed by a pier, lie '-I ilek. .Omij uftei- Mard llradlny niic I bis cniuiui Ions that "Mm:" wi I y I nu. ami went in , I red I.i."-uni'n v.llli tun t-.t tut- MOO. Let uro, n Ik ruMui 'ail pi , unul to hiuiii loid i 11 it mid li 'l"i i1 ' on uiel Di. Nleli U i ! hi i) I i' i.ii.l'h. uniiiiiii diunl, Mck Dniiln' . i ' lio ni.n . uuluur. una, JllSOl ll ' illil' II "il To-day In-. Jlii.ui mid lltikln oil of Siirth ' Ail iu. II - r- Oil i , Di .N rim1-, 111 Mill u . tlioronuli in ti iiio!'oiiii'aiiilnatciii.dlH'' iihlni: .. a Wound l a xli ii i Kit 'o in Hie lull breast, f, ,-' punctuilni; tin lieait. .o other lunulas ex- U 4 cent n bluet eve and mliiot hi'iiicort weio IV found. A kiilhi v.im IoiiihIoii liradluy'ri poison, ft. Ilruil oy, I. inns. White, and lluuluur wuio hold J (or the (iraini .liny. J. FnMei 'I'ltii to Viililni:(nn Wb Bv MH it "f ilif.'i' mi' a i r ii in h liri'U arn'M F Ihcl-cliin k. i i 1 1 . . i.iti' llr nil., iiii'l II .Id , R II lluilrun - on . .i . . i in.i it.i Air.l rrrr ut A I J hihi'm i -ii l tiii i i .i tilt.iii ii, Halt) , V 1 in -rii mnl u .fc' ii .it ', ii '. . tr.i i ui'iin Mil. con 11 I 1 iiii.nt- lliii-i nf rcn -a pra n'Ai 'r ly rraH'ii Wk 1 ,. if lh niir.or . d i ui i , uhlr n ttk hi rl road. ISL f v.ar (. ipiii. hi cini mt 1 1 ami liniinstiiin of Mniii Alilraili.iany I'n n.iioi .' i ur. Su Mr ctil(t J 1 (cruittlui. DUtlou ivuixt Liuny nneL-aJu II rr.ochi.vo to ltiaiMoxn. Conredernt llntlln l'lc Tlcek tlie Tavra Tim Oremontew 1'o.day, Iliriistovii. May28.-l!esldcntsof nichmond lmio noier 'ecu since IMil tho city present such n inllltarv nppcanuico as now. Tlio re mark bns been fioiitionlly heard, " This loeks like T.l " Then tho city Mas allvoMlth troops arrli Ins oiery hour In now uniforms, thouuli tho city was not then decorntod as it is now. At no tlmo in lit history hns it boensollboinlly bedecked. 'I horo aro ntunoroud small Cfiifod erato bnttlo Hairs and n smaller number of tho Confederate Oovernment and camp (Inns. Tho Ooinrnment (lac, In roalltv tlio national flnir, I is tho ono least known to tho pooplo liore. 1 evon tho vetornns woudorincwlint It is when thoy ioo It, Tho only Confederato fins to their knowledco. and npparontly to tho knowledro of tho Southern public, N thoSt. Androw's cross bnttlo standard. Tho first notablo cathorlnc was this morn Int;. when 500 votoratis snt down to breukfast In tho Sam Jones tabornne'.o. This bulldini; holds 10,000 poople. ond to-morrow plates will bo placod for 1,500. As the votoran camps on tored tho city thoy woro mnrehed to the tabor nacle. Q'ho sceno was ono of conoral hilarity. Another t,lcht which Illlcd Confederates with enthusiasm was the spoctaclo of Clon. Josooh li. Johnston promonndlmrthofashlouablo boil levari!. 1'ranklln stront. with Miss Mildred l.co, dnuchtor of (Ion. l.ee. Oon. Johnston has need croutlyslneoho was In tho city last. Ho Is now M routs old. and tho oldobt ox-Lunted-erato Ocnorul lliluu. Tho present l tho first tlmo ho and Lone street haie met Mneo thoy woro tocothor In Loe'snrmy. IJoth men aro so much cbanuoil that tho majority of tbolr soldiers havo failed to rocotnlze thum. Nolthor has cono nbout much to-duy on account ol tho fatlcuo of their trip. J.oiicstreet arrived on nn early train, and wasrecoliod with treat enthusiasm, Ills xato to say that If he Uoos not cot tho ovation of the occasion ho will isbnro it with Clordon. Lady, and Johnston. Une ol tho notablo elglits of tho mornlns was tho arrlvnl of u Plckott camp of votorans, all attiied In thouniforms In which thoy sur rendered at Aopottomax, A slenillcant foaturo ot tho ocension further Is that despite all the talk nbout tho Confodorato urny, halt ot tho companies thus far nrrlvinx wear tho blue, many ot them brlncine their old battle Hues with them, and, in addition, they carry the Unltod States flag. The Wilmlnston (N. a) company brines its original "camp nleeor," and two nesro drnm mors are with anothor organization. Tho uocro battalion hore woro ivUlini: to partici pate In the parade if asked by tho commlttoo, but they wore not askod. It has boon decided by tlio commltteo to havo no slnclnc nt the monumont uniolline: tlmt is. thoy havo made no arrancoments for it. Tho orowd preeont will bo so vast that thoy think they cannot handle It. This omission eaunos no llttlo dissatisfaction. The Idea ot slnslne Idea's favorite hymn was especially popular. The bands will, howovor. play Confederate nlra on the march. The Stonewall Jaokson Brlgado Hand of Staunton will bo anions them. The absence of the widow of Jofferson Davis is ctreatly regrotted. Mrs. Stonewall Jackson has wavored about comlnit. Sho Is in deep mourntnson account ot the death of hor only dnuebtor and shuns notoriety, and Is nt the same time auxlous to see her husband's sol dlors. hho has written that she oxpects to roach tho city to-nlabt. A groat problem now troubling tho committees nud railroads is tho matter of transportation. Lvory nvullable car on the ChegHpoako and Ohio Is In use. bat Is inadequate to get tho orowd to the city. At eaoh station hundreds havo been waiting all day, only to learn that they cannot Sad stand ing room on the trains. A careful estimate places tho numuor of strangers tu tho city to morrow nt iiO.000. Ono does not bear war talk from the crowds ot theso veterans save In the shaue of remin iscences and inquiries after former comrades. ON TO MCIIMOXD. CoU Shepard Calls to Arras to Destroy SontBcra Epau!ett, Tunes, aad Buttons. Col. Elliott V. Snepard reoolvsd this letter yesterday from Mr. D. C. Richardson, a lawyer and former Police Justice of Hlohmond, Vo. : Him Wo bsr heretofore been of the opinion that the CoDttltatlon our father! made guaranteed cltlsf ni ot the aeveral State the enjoyment or lire and liberty, but your recent editorial breathes of threatening and alanshter. and we Quake and tremble. We Lave thought that in pnnutt ot happiness we would receive the pro teeUon of this great Government, but In seeking to pro mote our happiness the aU.potent Jtfall ana Exprttt in terposes Its stern command to prevent us. We hoped the favor would have been granted to do honor lo the memory of our loved ones, but the editorial dictator prohibits us from doing so. We therefore ask that you will relent In your wrath, fold the ensanguined gar ment, reallie that the war Is over, allow the holiest emotions of unity to find s place tn our bosom, and permit os, the citizens ot a common country, to obey the prompting ot loving hearts and do honor to the memory ot a great and good man. (len. Kobert K. Lee. If this favor should be granted us. e cordially Invite you to be present, and, to show our gratitude, we prom ise you all the notoriety you seek by publicly exhibiting yon before half a million of our people as the only man In this country who ever conceived the thought that our sincere dej Ire to honor our dead meant disloyalty to the Union. The letter was promptod, of course, by some of tho articles that have appeared recently in the Afatl and Kivrtit on the subject of carrying Confederate flags at the unveiling ot the statuo to Gon. Itooert E. Leo. Col. Shepard was seated in his sanetnm in Park row yesterday afternoon when a reporter ot The Bun callod. Ills silk hat was tilted back on his hoad and ho was gazing longingly Into a tureen of consommu that a olerk hud just placed on his desk. Ho offered some bread ond crackers to tho reporter, but re gretted that he had no knlfo to butter them nor any spoon to get at the soup with. "I am almost famished," be said, as he seized at a pleco of bread, "and I guess fingers were mado Deforo knivos, so here goes." Tho roappearanoo ot tho clerk with u knlfo and spoon saved tho Colonel the necessity of de monstrating his democratic spirit. " I don't think anybody wunts to go down to nichmond In Its present condition," ha snld, betwoen spoonfuls, "but I've Bald all that I care to in answer to this lottorin tho .Uadtrnd Ksnrrit of to-night." The roportor tlioroupon wont out and bought a oopy of tho Colonel's paper. '1 his is what tho Colonel fays; The conditions on which the gentleman to whom the foregoing letter Is addressed, bj a former Police Justice or lllcumonil, would visit the raj Ital or Virginia, w onld be tho burial of the staiueor (,en llobert I! lee In ihe ame graie as his perishing form, and the final entomb ment of all the confederate Insignia, nags colors, badges, tunes. Lutlons. eiauletu. swor.l. cannon, songs, muskets, commissions, histories, records, and paraphernalia of every kind He warns the celebrams of secessionist glories that It lsjustas true novr as It was In INt wlien Abraham Lincoln Ursi pri'iiuonii-d the so'emn wunitog that a huii.e divided agnltul Itself c il'liol aland. 'fl.o people ot Mrgllea then pitdl iiuattentl'ili to the warning The result ws u Mo dy war, eiitlrt. victory nil along the linen fm tlie I nam of ti e wlm'e IIoiimi. ami a sohsriiuinl reklnillinr of ln prlncli l of ill.rnnl li Hie mlnorltv while ruling ilass' in that portion of , the house imiubited li Ihem Thee principles will eitln-r burn on till ihe) produco anmher tlvll war or I.I be exlingiiislii d. The firs! opportunity tn stamp out ihese flames of discord Is afriTiled to the reKK tlirli!rlte Hut If ' thi-y refuse the 01 portulill)' and fan Ihfin still higher, tli.y need nut he surprised to hud a million patriots marching lo put nut the i re The giurlous t uloti m 111 be preserved, at alt ouets, and every liiml. Ami tlie mily Hag that can onre within It is the glori ous htarsunit Mritfs. iiel llietv is guliu to bo unllr of lorulty throughout the wl o,u leiuth an I urra ith ot me I iiiuii The tutriuii'iu "f Hi-Luuiitr is no Imigir to tie de ct-hf lb mii-li spti on- mi l iJeibpllVH .iruumelits lis are nil ram mi t ' ''r i ii haul ai Ihe riaaarv sens ti ,i a retui element orpani'd so (Mil eL and ili'llaa at I r rush of su mam rt'1'el to ulurif, tin. ! 4teil irallur l.ee and tl n d'slionured, pnlliiiuigi oiiti-ilt-ru'e r.ig Itlsouo of the muiiy Mais usi'il b Ihe siat(-ii en nt Hie r-oulho isl to -'I lio the .'.niitlif-ra Id art to prevent tlie sprea I of (atrlotlo He pnhl rnu seiaiui-inls, tn lion tt.i-ir In .Is together till ther ilt. ir thev can elect a lieuiiitrllc I'resiarut and then to intln linn rer.oria ihe mine Irearou idle rrae as did Iri.l'leli' Itiii'luii in. mi I slIi the toimtry In the Miull euitrrn wlilti- ruling ilnss nhen gutnl i tnlhe I ountltiilii i nf the I i it, d M ill ., u eiijilit) ur I olitic.il rUhi. In freiilnni mil i-vtr)ttilng for which the war fur ll i- I lli'ill It ,i. o ,:iit lo f rn.vi i In r i- en is la I o warned ni'-iinsl them lu . .in lima hi H . ceiiii '. lu fir leal ilis tnuody r.-.'.is r 'itt. . i it m i 1 1 ll av h r III it g Hie u,i tuili-v I ii)' 11,1111 In tl girl" IS tn do lliosn II I ..' lulu it. t alio w I u h I, I ii aU.i Itn hill' ml a plate ivlih h an he rutted Hltll ,elf re. I ril ah 1 delight ti) a patriot Tlio tovt In lust nlglitV Issue was: IVinlit the l.nril lieu I Is uot shortened, tlial ll can not save, neither his tar teavy, that It lannot hear C'filifeilrrnfrn Off' for Itlrhmnnd.i' Nearly one humlrcd inemhers of the t'onfederata Camp of leierais and of the r-nuthern bocleti- started for it'Clinioud last night to uitend ihe ceremonies at tendant uinn the unirillngoriii.il ter smiinunieiit In Ihai city tn djy A slei tal trstu, i onsl.Ung or lour seeping tars, one coacli. and a I aj-gage car left tha i.un.rlrauU llallraad ilepol in Jersey Ity at Tll.1 o clock. Ihe meuitiersot the i etsrau Association car ried a stand of t onteaerate colors which were present ed lo the association bv a Urand Army Post, member (f a hlcii had captured Ihe colors on the field The train wUl reach Jilcbmoud at e o'elook this morning. THE MONTREAL MYSTERY. TOVXO T1T031J8 KliMEWR BOIiX rovxu is a itESEurom. Mnn-r Facts Point to Mnrder, Thnnab the Coronrrs -Inrr JTBrlnas In rs Verdict of (Suicide-Is It Another llenwetl rusef Mokthral, May !2. The mystery surround ing the disappearance of Thomas Klmbor. the young Englishman who disappeared Irom this city In tho middle of April, has beon solved by ! tho discovery of his body to-day In the city I reservoir. Tho case Ii bolloved to bo another I Iloiiwoll affair. Klmber nrrlvod In Canada Irom Tonsham, Kxotor. England, whore his pnronts, who nre Moll to do, rosldo, by the Dominion lino steamer Harnla on April 11. Ilo took up his uunrtois with three companions whom it U supposed ho met on the voyage, nt tho Grand Central Hotel, it f-ocond-cluss house, kept by Thomas Stylo, on St. .Inmoi stroot. Alter a big spreo lie suddouly dUuppoArod. When tho door nf his room was forcod open tho floor nud furnitiuo wcro found bespattered with Mood, and a razor coverod with hair and blood nnd n number ot bloody handkerchiefs woro dlncov ored. llli tlliappo iriiuto ttas kopt asccrot by tho pioprlotor ot the hotel for a couple tit weeks. t lion It became Known, mid tho whole dotoctlvo fureo ot tho rlty was oniploieil. Tlio olTorts of tho detectives to discover a cluo provod utterly futile, but an accident re sulted In tho dlscoiory of hlit body to-dny. Montroal draws its wntor supply from two large rosonotri. What is known its tho High l.ovol rosenolr Isnt the busoot Mount lloyat. raising to his work onrly this morning An tolno llerrlchon, n stono mason, crossed oier tho mountain park by tho side of tho High I.oiol rofervolr. Btiddcnly bis attention was nttractod by somotbing whlto In tho wator. and the next Instant a human head came lntovlew. llerrlchon, who know nothing of tho Klmbor mystery, culled to a park policeman, and they removed tho body from tbo rosorvolr. Marks of vlolonco woro dlscornlblo. Thoro wero throo cuts tn the loft i-IJo of tho neck, besides a long and doep cut ncross tha throat. A towel marked " T. Btvles " whb wrappod tightly round the neck, and furnished tho clue. On the body boing examined at the Morgue threo stones, wolghing from six to eight pounds each, wero found in the coat pockets. Klmber Is supposed to have had considerable monoy when hu dlsappoarod, but all that was found on his porson was llfteon cents in change. On his llannel undershirt was v, orked "T. H. Klmber." No sooner had the remains been romoved to the Morgue than a jury was sworn In. and, alter several wltuesios hod boon examined, a vordlctthat the decoased man had committed suicide was returned without an autopsy boing held. Dr. Mount, tho only medical man "xamlned, said 'ho thought It was a case of (.ulcldo, but could not say positively until he had made an autopsy. Thero 1b great Indig nation over tha way in which tho Investiga tion has beon conductod, and it is denounced on all hands as disgraceful. Thore is n strong suspicion that there has beon foul play in the cuso. nnd that it may turn out a repetition of the cuso of llenwelL It Is asked how a man could possibly cut his throat to tho extent of five Inches, quickly leave the hotel in the lower portion of tno city at ll o'clock In tho morning and, with a bloody towol wrnpnod rouud his neck, wonk with Iocs ot blood, stagger through tbo public streets that lend to the mountain, which must have boon crowded with people at that hour of tho day, climb a steep hill to the reservoir, surmount the high Iron railings that surround it, and plunge Into the water. Uuohnproceodlng is pronounced by leading medical men as absurd. Tho fact ot heavy stones being found In his pocket nnd pnlyilfteen contain money being discovered on bis person, also adds to the strong suspicion of foul play. Detective Oroeo of this city, who hns been employed by the Dominion Oovornment in the cuso. I'uys it Is a mu rder case, and he has mado a report to that effect to tho Dominion Govern ment. He Is of tho opinion that Klmber was mur dered by somo of his acquaintances whocauie out with him on the ship either for his menoy or in a row, nnd that attor the killing they took his body by cab to thelreservoir, put tho stonei In his pockot-i. and then throw his body In. Q he luood Btalns In tho room woro probably plncod there after the killing. Ho regards It as Impossible that a man could cut bi throat as Klmbor did nnd thon walk through tho crowd od thoroiighfaroa of tho city without attracting attention. According to tho statements of people who enmo out to this country on tbo fcurnln. nnd saw Klmber. lie did not look llko a man ti lio would commit suleido. Ho associated with i-oiernl rather siHplclous eharaetorb while on board ship. It Is feared they may have hnd something to do -.villi his death. Htiloi. tho hotel proprietor. Persists in enylng that he saw Klmber leavo tlio hotel on tha morning of April 11, and that ho was walking Quickly at tho time and did not seom to havo anything tho matter with him. Major Sherwood, chief of tho Dominion Secrot Service who is acting at tho reijuestot him ber's people in Knglniid through tho Colonial Olllco. Is also of tho opinion that it U unotlier lionwoll case. Klmber'.i lolatlves will bo com municated with, nnd It li expected that a searching Investigation will bo held, though the probability Is thnt It will nover boknowu whether Klmbor committed suleido or was murdered. ERADICATING rr.RUIlO.nfECBIONIA. Now York ond Kiss" Counties lis I.sat Foothold on Ameirlcnn Koll, WAsniNnTON, May 28. It Is stated at tho De partment of Agriculture thnt tho quarantine Which was Imposed in Ilnltlmoro city and county on May SI, 1887, on account of tho ox Istonco of contagious plouro-pnoumonla, has beenrnlsod, tho Kociotary of Agriculture being fully satisfied that tho di'ensoin that Htate li effectually extlrpatod. (Supervision by tho ofllcers of tho Hurenu of Animal Industry, howoier. still continues as nmeastiroof extra precaution. In tha moan tlmo, nnd until fur ther orders, all cattle arriving In Ilnltlmoro uro Inspected, and nil animals slaughtered sub jected toopoit-mortomowimlnatlon. In Now Jersey tlio same conditions exist hh in llnlil moie, but tho ijiiaruiitinoln Ilinl.-on county hns not yet beon ruined, inasmuch n- r. mifllclent time has put yet nlnpxed kIiico tho liistcnfio nf dlfcon-o to warrant tliul comae, lr.it hIihuIiI the conditions uhleh haie prowillodthoiii for somo time contlnuu, iiiiiraulino will bo raised thero : als-o, maintaining iiuuely such s-uportlsluu in i le o.torcli-o.! in liultlmoio. In Kings nnd yuoenKcoiiniloi, Now jink, tlio work la being pro.-oi uted vlgmniiHly lo tho lull oxtont of tho powers ronton vd tiuiin tlm (-oiieinr) bv the i act of JIuv ail, I ski, with it Mow to I'tlectunlly i eradicating the hiht lentigo of tlio ali-uano noiii -this. Its last footln Id on Auietican roil. Huh onabllng the "-ecrotuiy of Agilciilturo totlo. clnro this country absolutely lico Irom any trace of this di-uutiu. ll.UlltY IIII.I.'.H AI'I'ISAI. The I.uil of Il I'.irlilur Inveeleil In tlio l'nrcliuan HI' Tin ll Hull, IsrrrniMillit, Hurry IIIII'ii application totlioCoinmiS'loiiers ot I.aeise In Itrool.lyu fin u llcmnn to open it snloon In Turn Hall, In lagliinnd i'r.tnklln btieoti, has stirred up Oreenpoint. l'ubliennd private meetings haio boon Imld during tho past week. Alienily pnveral prutostshavo been lllod with tho Commibslonori, ono being from thu eonsihtory ot thu Kent Miaet llnronned church. A homing Is tu In) ghvu to Hill and the i rotostaiiiii on Monday. Mill railed on the I Cumililsrtloiiuib yesterday. Unsaid: " It iloes seem too bail that 1 may not be al low ml tn earn an honest llntig in this pint nf the . (mull). The license Inn been askod forln ' Hie name of my son, lilt haul who bus niunyi liomu an exeolleiit ri'iut.itlin. Turn HuM, wlileh I hnvo iiiiii'iinseil. uud in which I liaio invested all the money 1 haio in Ihe world, tho wreck ot a lurgo lorliine, bus fur a long tlmo been iiinlntnlnod us a buloon. Wo Intend, It wo get the license, to run a ijulot nud lespuctuble place." UfT for NlcwrAKUU. Ciujii f.bton, May 2S.-The steam dredge Horbert, umlor contract to tho Nicaragua Cinal Conalniftlon Company, sailed from hore yt-airriiav for Mill Juan del Norte Kirotowiu, tn luviii the wnil. ol dicdiug tho bnrund hui hor at that phuto. Morgan a Ilrothers' storage warehnufes, S13. 31. and 2IW West 4lh su. near Proadway Urparale rooms for fsrulturo. pianos, biggase, Ac Large padded vans far moTlug lu city ur cuuutry. impectlou soiiclisd. -Hi AXA11CM&T KAWlitl IS JAIL. He Is Accuaed of Trying: tn Itlnu- Vp the Ilnymnrket rlquarr Monument. Cincino, May 21. Whon tho can ot dvnnmlto was found nt tlio baso of tho Hnymurkot mon umont last week, l'ollco Llout Kliiley mntlo up his mind that the oxplosilo wai not plncod thoro by Chicago Annrchfsls. Tholledsof this city are working desi oratoly to sccuio Iho par don of their conirudomt Jollet, and thoy haio been cnreltil not to do anything Inimical to tho Intorosts of tho pri-onors. Working upon his theory thnt a Btrnngor tilncod tho oxplo slvo on tho monumont. i.leut. Kiploy began to sooiir tho city for Ifoielgn Anarchists, llo foon loarnod Hint Joseph Kaiser of Now York, a member of tho .lohnnn Most wing of the radicals, rnmo to Chicago about n month ago. Kali-or. It was learned, had lived In Now lork for suteral learn, and until a short tlmo ago was ono .r Most'n nrdont ndmlrers. llo had also spent sovotnl months In foreign jails. Kaiser, who is h tinsmith, Iihh bocn In corroipondencp with the Now Yoik Iledieiorslncoho roaehed this elty. Ho has boon Peddling rcllel'iuft books and pictures fiom home to houso In onlni to cloak Ills niKiltui tothlicity Ho boarded on Wo-t Hu ron street and hu Kitndnis uliil oienlngslmin been spont in beer halls near tho Havmarkot siiuare. .. , (lit lint Krldny night Knlsor left his boarding I lioiHe. ami nothing mniu was -oon of Mm. llo leltatrunk containing some n ell-worn cloth ing, but no dniamlto was found. Uwt in tho lust itsuo of his paper, comnumtoillan tho plot, and asserted! hut hli Cblcngorriotnliliud noth ing todo with linlser. Till'- nas tlio lirst luti nititlon that tho two men had iiuatrulluil. It l- siiniiosod that .Most, beci 'inlng jenious of Kudoi's cioulng populurltv nuiong thu radi cals, and being awnro ot tho nutuin of hli rliul's mission, tboi: this opportuiiit) to strike at him. . Kiilior Is now nt the Contrnl Tollce Station, and under heavy guards. Ho mndo boiuo show of roslstnnce. but tho lovolveiaot the ollieeis soon iiti loted him. ll" has been iilentilled ni ono of thu men been lurking around tlio monu ment I'rlday night. His companions uro known nnd will be arrested. T0-310KU0W JS JSItOUKLIS. Arrattsernsnt for the lnrade and for the Reception ofOot. Hill. The arrangomenU havo nil bocn completed for tho Decoration Day coromonlss In llrookb n to-morrow. Tho Grand Army and military parade will bo as flno os in previous joars. nnd will be reviewed by Gov. Hill. It Is tho Inton Hon of Grand Marshal Grunt to move the column from tho fountain in lledford avenuo at 10 'i o'clock promptly. Thuio will be nine divisions, and It Isoxpocted that thero will bo at loatt lti.uuu men In lino. At tho oloo of tho parodo thero will bo tho usual services In Uroenwood, Cypros Hills. I.iergroons, and Luthoinn Comototles. Gov. Hill will nrrlvo In Brooklyn this ovon ing. and w ill spend tho night at Mayor Chnpin's houso in Lichth avenue, lie will bo ooortcd to-morrow morning to the house of Moses May In Dodford aienuonud Clsmer street, whore a reception will be hold in hli honor from 9 A. M. to 11 A. M. Mrs Mnv will be as sisted in rot:otlng the guests b Mis. Clinpln. Mis. Hugh McLaughlin. Mrs. A. VnnWyck, Mrs. William II. Murthu. and other ladles. Tho Governor and his BtafTwill rcuch tho re viewing stand In Cumberland street, noar Larayetto avenuo. beforo the procoslnn reachos that point. Tbo line of march will bo through liodford avenue, to Lafnotto, to Cler mont, to Wllloughby, to Cumberland stroot. to Lata) otto avonuo. to South Oxford stroot, to Hanson plnce. to Flatbusb avenue, where the parade will bo dismissed. cAairoBAsso issocest of siuedeic The Assistant Illatrlct Attorney Asks the Jnry to Acqnlt nim. The trial of Gerardo Campobasso In the General Sessions for mnrder In the first de gree ended yesterday. Campobasso kept a boarding houso for Italian laborers nt Wobstor avenuo and 171st street. On Feb. '2 ltnfaol Klcc! and John Elario, two of tho boardors, got into a fight, and overturned the stote. Cam pobasso struck IticcJ with a poker and drove him out of tho house. P.Icii roturncd with u knife in his hand. Cimpobasso was forced Into a corner of tlio room where he kept his tools. Among them was a harno-s needlo, which Cnmpolms-o caught up ud plunged into ltlccl'n mount. When thopo Inets wcro before tho jury. Cam pobapso's counel snld that ho did not care to turn up. Afstrttiint District Attorney l'eilford thou rose nnd 6,nd' " 1 must say. our Honor, that I cannot conscientiously ask the jury to convict tills defcnuunt. 'Iho evidence. in mj judgment, mnkoi out a clear enso of self-de-fenoe, nnd I. therefore, nbandon thli proi-ocu-tlon nnd ask tho jury lo admit tho defendant.'' 'lhn jury neiuit'ed Canipobus-o without Quitting their heats, md ho was dljchnrgod. r-overal of the jurors shook hands tilth Mr. Bedford, and uh soon as Cnm'iohahso got out ot the court room ho was selred upon by a group of friends nud rolatlies and hu.'ged nnd kt6sed In eiitbuslanila congratulation. XBK MllIHii: 31CKLT SCASnAL. President Unwell Csltlclsed by Cnmtstroller llln of This C'ltv. Comptroller Mjon has written to President Howell of tho bridge trustees disapproving of his action In awarding tho contract for print ing brldgo tickets to tho Hamilton Hank Note Company attor that concern had been per mitted to reduce its bid to match that of tho lowest of its competitors, the Homer l.ee Com puny. Mr. .Myers very properly snys: " I do uot think that after advertising for proposals an air.ingement can properly bo made with ono oi the bidders to furnish one kind ot tleke s at a h wit prleo than his tild for tho same kind, a-, in the proposed nrrnngoraent with tho Hamilton Company. Wo naie the right to reject any bid and to roadt ortlo tor pi o pnsaht, but i-atuiot make nn award to a bidder tor a lower rate than hli bid " Tho Comptroller accordingly rocommends that tho l'rosldent ieadiertl.se for prono-.ul. "in the interest of thepulille nnd of all con cerned." l'resldont llowollwill not suywhit ho will do In the tuee of the Comutioller's reoommondntlon. A" ho has already awarded tho contract to the Hnmilton Company, lie Is In a baa swirl In nnv oient. If hn tulip to fol low tho Comptrotlni s advice, nnd Hid Homor I.ce Coinpnny, which Is le'tillv ontltlcd tn tlm contrnet If nnyboly i, lirmus bult, the com plication will bocojio i-till woioe. "JJAItoy l.i.Wll" AU2' ISSJXE. A Jury Thlnkis He l V ell Able to Take Cam it III" I'niperty, Tliohoarlngin the enso or Martin lynch of 22D North Hxth street. Wllliumsburgh. who culls hlmsolf l'nron of Dnrdonux, nnd into whose mental condition nn luiestigatiou wiib begun nt tho leiiuefl nt his two sons, Nlcholns and Dupnli, was resumed lestoriluy beforo JiiBtlco Ilartlott In Hie Miprotno Court. Ilrook lyn. An ullldaiit ol Dr. J. li. C. l'lillllps or l.US.I Gatos iitenue, lu which tho phyildnu nssnrted tlint 1. 1 neb was insane nnrl pli-mi tn unnutiirnl nnd niiiiird delusion, was road tn the jury. Dr. J. M, I reamer, thu lumily physi cian, wiih culled for tlu dofoneo. lie assorted that the olil mail was perleetly eoherem In till talk mid that h wiih null ablntn tnko enre of his luihiiichb hi d piupoitv. Ho took thu bent , ! possible en i o of hli- i. mi 1 1 wife. i l.videneii lilevluso 1 !" fact tlmt Iho Ilnirn 1 tin I illstioseil n( run' nf Im lii'iis(. within two yeaiH, that is. within tlm period or bis nllt-gud insanity, to his hmii Nlel" his, .iiiptuvlini'i eit, In bis iiildross to the juri ' linrip-d iliut. if the father mis lotind to bu Insane. ihU tinnsfer Wiui'd bo void, i.iut tlieliitlmuilon did notsenm to pleiiso Iho so' . Ihe ll" V refilled to I elleio the o'd man to bn iueuno and rulurnod a ut diet lu his favor. SI.OUO.IIOII ICulaeU t rs llupllat I'nlverslty. I Clip k.o, Mnv 2q. TIih American llaptlst I r.ducatitiiinl bocl"ty mei Ihia luoinlug. 'Iho ' tuiint ol . hlel uileii'9t, uud i no which urnii-id groat piitliin-lHim wn- the mil otin emont Hint lhusiicietili.pt laiM'd i !. luu uhii noiossury to siippliiiiiunt the ii.un uuil niiun ty Mr. lloekoroller ot ( melund lor a lluptist t'nl iti'Blty lu I hlcngo. Theclti.ensof t'lilcngo, including Mnrhhnll I'lold. iihoguio UJ.Piitl, havn giisu tiio,UMi, audiiseiiraiicosoro made of oi eo greater things lu the future. Ihe now Institution will be called tho UnlvorMtv of Chicago, and tho ulumnl of tits old university mo raising a fund of fiHUOUlo endow a prolesRiTHlilpns a lu mnrlal to l'lesldent J'divnrd (Jlsnn, who per ished in tho Minue.ipolpi T 'uuirilie. Mnicil-.leusiia'i lllu Illainouil Htnlen, ' Mayor Olsaion of l.oiif Island City has lost the his diamond pin which sparkled on his shirt bosom. He thinks it was taken by some thief while he was li. a crowd on alerrtboai. lie tests sure Ihe culpili doss not live ta laioi Island City. SANDBAGGED THE KEEPER. EXCAPE X'ItOr TIHISIOV VlttSOS OF iiro TiiiitTf.riiAit coxncis. Keener Pnrkrr Knocked Hensele"s and llnliliednf the. Keys unil HMOO-Tlir Puni tive nlan (lot Thu Nulls ut' Clothes. Tjifnton. May 2f. A daring oscnpo from tho SInto prison took plnco at 7:45 o'cluck this ovenlng, Tom Tliomns nnd Henry Jackson, botii nogioes, were ouch sorting n thirty ycirs' i-entonco. Monmouth county, about sot en yenis ago, was torrorbed by theso men nud throo others who woro neior onttght. Thoy robbed stores and residences, assaultod apd , robbed eltbens, and burnod barnn nnddwcll Incs. ThomnH nnd Jackson woro finally cup- i turod. Twenty odd Indlctmenls woro fotinl against them. After their sontonco thoy siid thoy ttould not sorvo half their terms. Tho cells In Trenton prison nro built in the i masonry, and have doublo doors and double sots of bars. Tbo walls around tho , building aie high and diillcult to scale, nnd watchmen armod with riflo-j stand upon towers rising from its roof, toady ' ut any hour of tho day or ni-ilit to shoot down Hoeing convlcti. It is six mid .t half yours stuco Jntksou mid Thomas woio brought to Trenton. Thoy eamo In lions. Thoy wero put to work making whips. They 8oon earned a reputation tor iudujlty .iii'l peuceablo habltn. l'rom ono place ut tru-t thoy went to nnothor, and during the pnst tw.i years they hnio bocn hall runuei.s and wnltori. Walters Ji.tvo the Iroodoiu of tho largoet pail ' of tho prison. Iu tho gathering dusk to-night thoy put into exocution a plan whlcli was to give them lib erty. Cant Charles Paiker. a turnkey aged 0. . ' was ouduty at tho hiigu btrccl doors tiirougii which arriving convicts pas. Thomas a d Jackson wore loitering lu tho hall near tlio door. ', JackBon had concealed in his shirt a btoekiug ( filled with sand. livery movement mndo b i Cnpt I'arkor was wntchod by Hi" nciru put- ; onors. Tho main hall was completoly deserted of all savo tho threo mon. Cnpt. I'arkor i-.'uiii-tcrod Into the office of Chief ( Icrk Mullen, to look out of tho windows , Tho chief clork had gone to hli homo in tho city. Ills oflico Is in nu alrovu directly off tho main hall. ("apt. i'arkor hud Bcarcoly renchod tho windows whon Jneks'iii crept up bohtiid lllm lib stealthily ai n cat. Tl.o sand bag had beon drawn from under bis r-luit nud was iu his hand With ono nolnoioss blow dclivnrod on tho back of the head hu knocked the turnkoy down. The olllce Hour Is carpeted, and tho fall mado little noise. Capt. 1 arkei was unconscious. Thomai nnd Jackson i lllod hli poi'aots, getting u roll of mouoy amounting : to $H)n. a bllier watch and chain bosiilo his bunch of kois and u revolver. I Knowing from tho habits of tho night ofll- ! olnls that Clerk Mullen's oin.ee would not Lo ' visited for somo time, nnd that unions the J street door bell rnng Cnpt. I'urker would n t be missed, tho two com lets tan opinio tho i second btory of tho prison and. entering thi private rooms of Doputy hconern John ( aspar ' and Johiibou liergen, stole two sultsof clothes, ' Including spring overcoats. Thun thoy do- ' Bconded hastily to the main hnll. uiiloi Led the street door that Mas still unguarded, and miss ed out into the street. Tho watchman on the tower saw two ilgures gliding along tha stroot lit the diirknoss. hut it i is so many jours sluco any escape ftom the ' prison hnd occurred that ho bad pot tho faint est suspicion that thoy were convicts. Ho ' might have tlrod and struck thorn or given nn ! ul arm. Thero nro sl bloodhounds kept Inlthe I prison to hunt down oscapod convicts, 'iho ' two negroes mndo tholr way through tho south- , ern partot the city in tho dlroction of llorden town, nnd they aro supposed to bo In the woods I noar that place tc-tilgbt Five minutes i altor tholr departure Capt. i'arkor was I mlsed. Deputy Keepor Madden went Into i Clork Mullen's olllce to look for him, and In tho next instant the alarm was given and the entire lorce of keerers was ustlr. Cnpt. I'urker, still unconscious, was put to bod. Dr. Kellly, the prison physician, at tending htm. At 8 o'clock Cnpt. I'urker re vliod siilllelently to tell what had happened to him. Ho said ho always carried toieral bun dled dollars about with him, .Inckson and Thomas uio each about 30 yoari old. and by the Monmouth nuthoiitios thoy mo hind tuhuiDComo originally fiom Now York city. All tho deputy Koepers thnt could be spared from the prison are out scouring tho city and suburbs lor truces of the lugltivos. USE 31 AS AUAISST A CIIOIM). ITe huccessrullv Jlrfrnil tils Home, lint Is Moi tally Hurl. Aur.psT"., fia.. May 2S.-A gang of Gtorgla White Cats wcie dispersed Inst night by n lono nogro, who deleudod his homo and duugh tor. at tho peril of hn. lifo. witli an ae. At ISprlng I'lttce. shortly befoio midnight, a band of regulators iWtod Ilurtly Davis's to ndmin- i ietor n whipping on his duughttu for having u j quarrel with a white girl who lliod near by. j Dai is was Informed by somo ono that tho Whlto Caps wero going, to visit hU homo, and j so ho prepared to gno them n red-hot recop- i Hon. When Iho Wlnto Caps tapped at the i door ror admittance, Dm In lenpid from his bed, grabbed his -hi'igun and ilrcd boih bar rels Into Hie crowd. No one, hov.-oior, wr.s . struck by the scattering shot. Davis i e.t emptlod eioiy bullet from bis f-eieu-hhootor , roiolver.but again Ins aim wasmlsdlreeloil.Tho crowd, after Duvih had Urod all his aininiiiii- I tlon awni. siiriouniled the bouse and leoto HirougliilieiloorH and windows. Davis, seeing tha his light had just begun, seled a polo au near nt bund and used the deadly wo ipon I treely oicrtln heads of his assailants. He struck, nnd It is thought killed, una fifth" i I masked intruder by u blow ut ei tho head, nt.d i two others lecoliud herlous iiijuiies. Tills I morning the batllo Hold wns colored with I blood. Ilnil- was round In a Held near by I dilng Irom a pistol shot wound ho loculved in I tlie small of tho back. Some of the men in tho uifbenn easily bo found out. mid they will In. I niiiiglit and prosecuted. Davis's conduci in do femlliig Ins liotnn ngaui't this mob Is upproiod In the in oplo. whowlll aid in bringing tbo Ues peradiu.8 tojuslko. .SIIILIK ill' llOfE EriIXllE'H SOX. Arthur Forest, tkr Artor, lilt In (be Eve bv Tiiuug Tiunk Iluller, Arthur Weinberg, who 1- known on tho stngu as Arthur 1'orrest, and who was bond of tho "Cat tain Milit'" mad eoiniani, of wnich Itoso I-'ytlngo was lending lady, met Trunk lliitlei, tlm 21-ye,ir-o'd son (.t thu uctresb, In Iruntnl , Daly's 'llioutiii at I o'clock yeblerdgy ultoi noon, and dlsn. pe-red two minutes luicr with n Mad. eye udiiiini lured by Duller. ISutlor took up bis luotliei s miIo of a difiiigreemeiit ' with Welnherk after tho latter disi-lrugO'l llosn I yiiiigu fur alleged Insubordination, and declared that be would avongo wlittt ho lellued nlneniiless Insult lo the actross. Wembergwus talking wllh h centloinsn In front ol Daly's wh.-n liutloreiimo up tliestreet. lliitlor called Weuiboig uuldo nnd befo u Hi" ncior could dli Ino Ills puipo.-o stiucl. lilm in tlio fiicn with his clinched Hsu Tno Plow stag- ; gnreii Woiubeig. una llutlor lollowod it up I with soicrnl lieforo a pillccmun in'Krfoied W.'lnliorg hunioii down u sliio htreot without i wuitligto inaLo a complulnt ngullist bis in- , sub ant, llutlor lurnod on hli heels and walked awaj. Illjotle Islaud I.ecitslHfure, Ni wiokt. Slay Set. The Loclshitureln grand commltteo to-dny elected Kllsha W. Ilucklln of riiwtiickol, Deinocnit, htnte Auditor over ViI llaiu C, Towiibi ml ot Newport find llyron A, Aiidiowsof timlthllold, Jlepubllcans. by it lute u( 57 to a'.) nnd 11. Among thu bills Inlroditcol In the llousn to day was ono calling a conioutloii ul tlio peonlo to torm u ii"w iiiisiiiutii!i. Hung .Iiiuii Jiini lliodniu foi voting and rent. . for ihoi on leutii'ii; nlbii a Mil nroililtug for tho ..ssomj meiit and i Unction of a i" II ta . In Iho heimtii llioiu W.isa lively dlseilbalon oierthu rebulitt'on i.iklug tho uppolutraeiitor coinmlttees from tho Moutcuuiit-Gotcrnor and placing it In tlm hundn of ihe Sennto. '1 lie tes olutiou was adopted by a luto of IU to 17, Querus t'nunlv Hides With I. Ins rishersnes. At a meetfni of the Qjieens countv llosrd of Super rlsors tied in 1-onir Island I liy le-terUsy mornlnc, re.nlll inns were a.seil reipie-tlli? tl e IP n-rnor loslen ti 1 in iri li bit liel -inns' hi lanuha Har Ihe rksiiiuiaais assert tint this is the only n.luoir jrroand near .Now lurk uuu firooklyn where Ilis inuititude can enjoy a day s Ilstiiuj at moderate cost. Tss I'littt's Chlorides tn Dlalnfeet Ths buiue dialna, water closets, itablu, sc.-to. HAVE UAH IS ALABAMA. Armed Nrgroes Cnllertlne to Attack a Hnmll Atnlintna Town. DmMiNuiiAJi, Ala.. May 28. A serloui raeo war Is tlirontoned at six JIIIo. a small town In Illbb county, lllly miles southwost ot this city. Yoslordny four joung women woro walking along tho principal stroot of tho town when thoy wcro mot by throo nogro women. Dota I Cnrtor, I.llllo Delcher. and Mnndy Johnson, t Tho sidewalk was narrow and both parties ro fused to mako auv room. Tho nogro women thon puhod tho whlto womon Into tho street, nt tho snmo tlmo npplylug to them a nuinbor ot vile opitliets. l,aitnlghta parly of whlto mon wont to tho housos of tho throo nogro women, nnd drag ging them from bod in tholr night clothos gave them a terrlblo Hogging. Ono ot tho women wns (beaten Into Insensibility, nml all of them woro whlppotl In a brutal mannor. This ere ntod gmat oxcltomont among tho nogroo". nnd at nn ourly hour this morning nogro men bognti to nssoiublo on tho Mrouts nnd talk the matter ovor. at tho snmo tlmo threatening vengeance ncalnt tho whites. Thoy soon became demon stratlio. tho whites giew iilnrmcd. and begun to arm thomselios, Tho iiogioea woio ordered tn dlsporso, but showed nn inclination to do so until thoy woio attacked by tho whites and driven off tho Btrcsts by furco. Mnm of thorn showed fight, and for it tlmo a bloody lfot wns threatened, but tbo negroes bolug ontniimLorod and poor ly armod diow off lu wait lor ro.. nforcoments. All tho tiegiooi for ten miles nround tho town uro gnthorlng In tho vicinity ol blx Mllo, and to-duy thoy telegraphed scleral ordcis for guns nnd ammunition to this city. They nro much oxclled. andlhienton to burn tho town nnd kill einry whlto man who attacks thorn. Tho town hignarilod by 200 woll-annod mon. whites, who will kill ovoiy nogio who attempts to mako trouble. lntost teporls Irom tho ttiwn savlhonegroe3 nro receiving guns and pistoN, uud a conflict Is expected boforo morning. Tho nogioes nro eongtegutod In lurgo numbors near tho town, nnd It Is thought thoy will mako nn attack to night Tho mon who cuwhidod tho Hiioonogto women. It is Bald, wore masks, and despatched from thoro do not give tholr names. .TUDOU aiAblEESO.Wi J-'IOUT WITI1 A It Oil. lis Itescued Ills (Tillil Hut wns Illmsrlr Jlltten vthlle lilllluc the Animal. Probato Judgo II. Mastcrson of Drazoma, To. us. is a patient at tho 1'abtutir Instuuto nt West Tenth stroot. Tho Judge canio here on Tuesday, went to tho Grand Contiul Hold, and Immediately bont this despatch to Dr. Pas tour In Paris: liluen seien days, hall I come to on or bo treated here by Dr (ilbier Dr. rustourrocomniondcd Dr. Glider to tho Judgo by i able, nnd ho wont to tho Instltulo In the afternoon, put himself under tho cato of ' tho Doctor, and rocolied tho llrt-t of a t-orics of inoculations, which will be continuod for scl eral weeks. The Judgo is a solid-looking, blue-eyed young inuu, with, tbo Duetor says. Illimitable none. Ho recoiled tho biteB for which ho is being treated niiio davs ago, while roscuiug Ms llttlo child of 5 years from the attacks ot a big dog belonging to a neighbor In llruzuraik Tho dog, thitherto gen- i tie, had been snupi itigta folks all nround the ' nolgnborhood of tho Judgo's homo. Ho was bitting In his oflico when he was startled by tho screams of tho child, and saw tho dog nnd tho llttlo ono rolling In the street. Tho Judge hnd his linic-Iilndml claRp knife out In a jifiy, und pounced unon tlm vicious biute, which loft tho child and turned uion ' him. Ho grabbod tho lower or tho animals I open jaws as it In.u o I to its hln.l legs, tripped ir, aud, lioldlug it duiyn with onu l.neo. cut its throat, in tho agony of dentil tho dog's uppor jaw iloed ccniul-liely on tho .ludgos lolt baud, tearing it just below tho llttlo linger in threo or lour places. Thu Judgo thinks tho dog was mud. Ho is not nt all n'nrmeil, however, as ho has implicit lallh iu thu ulTUney ot Iho I'ateur ticatmeut. Thu Judge's child was not billon by the doc. CAIil. STRAKVSCll A liEWSDEXT. llo Testifies Thnt !t Hum Nn Itteuns, uud Ills Mile I'njH llic itrut. I.awyors Jn.soph Nelnor and Charles riteek lor examined fail Slrakosch. tho theatrical manager, in supplementary piocecdlngs os terday on n itidgnient obtained by William G. Dietrich for ".il ii.'.'.). t-tr.tkohch is thehusbnnd of Clara l.oulso Kdlogg. and managed hor opera compnin. Dh trich wns tho leatlerof tho company orthe-trn, and his judgmout was for it liaiiim o of siiiiiri Mrukoscli tusti'lud Hint ho mfinagedthe com pany and rcioivi'd oi thltduf the piolltsaud SlUaiieek. Ai t lie clo-e of tho Benson of ls'Sli Im had roieiied JJi.UHi. Inn uiiof this was spout in lltlgatlo' nlii which the company was involved. 'J ho ludanco wont indelray tlio ex lonsos ot n 1 iinipeun trip. I'ntl u low weeks ago, when thu eoinp my disbanded in Pennsyl vania, bo ii'ul Peen lecelving I ") a nook, but bis Hitlnry stoppn I ivitlt the I'reakliig tin ol tho company. Hi Mid he had no means whatever, that his wife owned the luinltiiio in tho tint which they icupiod, und that she paid tho runt of tho Hat. in:cEiri:t itr a iu.:.i: r.iaiiT. Tlie City of A1etindrln I'ust nn u Florida ICrel fur Thren lu. Tho Ward lino steamship City of Alox nndrin. which grounded on the l'loridn cont fifteen miles north of I'oivoi Hocks light, on .May 11. nrrlvod hero on Tuesday night and got up in her dock ve-torday. Thu exact natuioof her injuilcbivlll bu fount! out whim she Is put in dry dock to-day. ll is thought Hint sumo of herpla'cs linnioilin'ely nn lei hor I oilers nio broken (apt. llon sujs the cause of thu grounding of his ihlti mis 'a w ll-loilueil, fuNo. clour light, shown .n tho toast nunr whom hu might to huie been 1'nwey ltock I J.ight. and which hu unit thu il!l eis sttpposud Was Hint Ugh:." ' Allot- gi'Mituling Cnpt. Allen sent nn ofllcer ashore, und lu u'liined nn I luptuted thin liu could Ilud nn truce o, the ilht. All thu puf peiigeri wiw tlm I'.'lii. and H.ev sinneil u siute nielil to Hint died. I'lio I'ght illii mil lenpi eui on lio two s cccciliu- nlgiits, ivhilu the ship i win stilt fubt i n thereof. in: was nit: auliij.'soi:. Tim -sfmk rvelmnan .Icnibei- Who lViss HlnppeU (li-fi. the rsrvt-si-r sentrnre. Tlio usual Mock I'.xdiungo justice wns doled out by the doioiners jObteiday to Ilowuid I.upiilcy and A. Mum ice. Mi. l.upsley was hiisp'-iiili'd ten days nnd Mr. Mutirlee llftoen. 'j lio peculiur part of t It Iu beututico Is thnt Mr .M.n.ii o i- thu one who uoi Iho stinging slap lo bn race (torn Mr l.upsluk. Air. Mnurico hln, ply called Mr. I hi nluy n liar, ho tlmt Jlr. Jlaiii-ice. in nilillHoii to the slap he got. ro renrH iiloo Hie days' additional suspension us punishment Thu chum is thai ho shouldn't huto provoked tho quarrel. Kx.tiov, Cornell t Purges Truud. la the tultof the .New lork National J'.lchaoiie Hank annual Aluuzo II. Luriiell, Win U, l.ee, aud Thomas I nig, ti n-uiier fj 'i. i on a promissory nolo ludxo lareuceuf tlie bntireuic Court has entered an order ili ii'Iiiik ihe trial ot the ai.l.uii ou Iho 111 st I'rlday In i .in In t' e Circuit. Il.e pUiiitli: claims that the note una execute I on on, lu. ism '.by e. uov Cornell aud in it ura endorsed liy I en ami living The ex uorer la r inak a an atisrr cbartiinii lee witli fraud lis Ha) Hi a tie eleiulrd the noie bul did not pay It bft i. hi. on wis deilirruil without consideration. It was liiaao muter an aureeuieul with Lee by wbioh he waa to loan Curiicll laiiu.y the ex-uoveroor never recslred tlieuioii.i and says that l.ee a representations were Iraudulelit, and that he violated his covenant. Lee, It islcUluied. airreed tu rescind the note but Instead ot dolui so allboufh tha Uoveruor demanded Its cancel latluu, fratidulsutly delivered It to l'.wlu- lslphtherlst In Itldgewood. niphtherla Is trevatent In Illditcwood, L I. A com mittee of the. Vcimowu Hoard of Health Inspected the vIIUks yesterday. They report that the place Is in s filthy and unssnltary condition. (Several rows of houses wero condemned by the cummltiee ss unht for hablia tisu. A quaiulty of dlslnfectaiiis was sent to the place yesterday Hie Peard of Health sill hold a ppcclal meetliur this morning- for the purpose of taklne; lotne acliuu to a ard its) wt the vxvixtn of ths dissass. CUASSENFOUND GUILTY. rEitaicT aiiai.st nn: ex-phksidvxt Of TilK SIXTH XAJIOSAL. Ills trite Taints When lhn News or ths Verdict Is Cointutiuliuleil to llrr by Her Iltisbiind-A Thrrn Dins' Alrrl ol Ttirlamrnt nn it .Itollon for New Trial. Tho jury botuiowlikh Gen. Petor.T.CInnshen, e-Pjcbtdontof tho Blvtlt Natloual Uank. has been on ttial tor a fortulght in tho L'nllod States Circuit Court, rutliod nt l.tl P. M. ro tetday to unIdor thuovidouce and rt'turned nt 7:30 with a ordiut of utility ot omboJ'.lo incut as (.barged In counts 1, ID. 21,8'j, and !' I of tho indictment, and not guiln ot thooCuucos r coiuiod by counts 'J. 11, :.!, 31. 3J, anil 4,'t. ( When Voionian Klmbull rend tho vonllct Claasson Boemed umnovoJ. CUn.J'oBtor mivo ! notico of a motion for a now trial, pending j which judgniout will bo urroBtod for throii I dais. t Mis. Cljiasson nnd her daughter were Ir. the j oflico of tho Lnllod .Mates Marshal when tho j verdict was roudorod. lion her liiisbnnd outoro.l tho room iu chin wo ol ofTkern cho j looked up Innulilngly. llo i.poko to her In ,i low lono, and Mrs. Clausen with u loud cry foil In a swoon. (len. Clatissen was taken lo I.udlmv street j'ad by Deputy Jlarshnls Cooper and Vun lit n Uirk In nhoibu i.nr. Thero v.oio forty-tour counts In the iiidlct inont aguliibt Cl.iiMeeu, and thu Uuuud Utiilim District Attomoy elected to try hlin on Ion of thorn. Ilo wiiscomictcdon fliuof ihoin, tlueo of which cliurgedClniisseu with misapplication of tha Sith National Punk's fluids In making threo loans of SiAUinl each, or tls'i.Oj.i, lo Sim mons on cabhier's cheeks. Count 1 chargjJ him wiih oinbu.Jling Siijj.n.Ki of tho M th J.n ttonul Hanks bontls bi going tu Ihe Natiuuul Park Hank with Pell, taking from thoi.tultof tho Sixth ,ntlonul Hank bond-i to tho mtiount of fu'JJ.UUO. uud turning thum I f'lor to roll fur salu on blmuiouV-i 1 diiec'ions. I'lnnlly, ciiiut 23 ch. rged f Claaisou wllh mls.ippllcat.oii of fundi, to tho : iiinount ot JJdi.SiKi, which ho permitted tun I-onov Hill Hunk to overdraw lu Ita account I with tho Sixth National Hank. (In oaeh of ! theso live counts cimiun tuns be soutoncod to leu car-t In hta'e prison. j The counts on which (-bias-son was found not guilty weio the nla-tractlon ot Slo.Jlu of I coupoiibithemisnpilic.itlon of Cl'il.UUti bouil H of tho bank, tho inlo ol Iho bonds, being it H unit ol tho fuyj.imii enibiv.ylfd iu cording to If count 1. and not returned to tbo bank; iho F, mi-appllcatlon of funds iu paying fJOi.MiOto H tlio J.onox Hill Hunk, according to count 21. Il nud making Inlse entries 'li tli.i books or tint U bunk regarding tho sji i ,S' hi t.cnsiu-lluu ivitlt H Intent tu tlucelio II (len. Lhiiibscu was attended in court in the morning by his daughter Ulstnci Atmrin-v i Mitchell rosuitiud his Humming up lor tlio ' prosecution. k "There H no such olTenco churgoil here." hn j snld, "as chock-!.;ting. l' mil is unlv a shcic 1 ttccommodiition, nnd 1 do not -ay It is wrong. I Clanseou Im not charged here." no continued, I "with bunk wrecking or w tli Pu glur,. li is a onlv charged that under tlio law ucoiiiltloip-o i and trust had be m ripcs-ed in him mioli'tiig tho intotobts of tho bam., "lid he had usud It to fuithot the iuteiiistsol a fe.v men " .ludgu lleiiudlct. in Id i nildiess in tlio jury, snid if it was louml that the funds of tlie Klx' It iwilioiiul Hank had I nn alitr.icicd from tlio bunkor the credit ueii lor 'no bouutlt of otb eis fraud wns cililently mount. "liTiuionB's dobt to l.eland iiui not Ihe bank's ilobt. and Hiiould not limn ln-on paid with tlio bank's funds. Mmiiions bud no' been cubed to cor roborate Cluns-eii'b testimony, und It was a rule that If a ivituesH who I at hand is not cntlod to corroborate tho Icstlmonv of another, it Is considered that he would nut li able to corroborate the toHtiininy. K It had boon proied that tho ilofendant had Issued u cheek for IG0.01HJ to hlni'Moii. to uiumln Minim ns lo niot cortaih ouiblunilini' iho.-k. iLt.u ho should bo eonncted. If tho eiiuoiuo h'iows P ti nt tho tk'lopduiit may not have been cog- k nl'.-iutof tin, tiso tu lie inndi-bv I oil. Malln li A Ca or the tu'jj.iKi i worth or bondn. ho .sprmlj bo uciiultkd ol tbo charge or cmLo:.cmont. Tile tVr.lfllei. The storm that forme 1 in ilontHiia on Tuesdav In crellfid In eiterirv ver rahidU, n id hep-iruteil into two storm criurts the mo.t setro nf which moie.l Into tliin04ota. lne barnmoter al lloorrhead drupptil lo l"i 22, formfiu nsteiti rrnllet.t to the ea.t atiifeoil h eatl, Hilh coi'd.tioiiH favor ible lo must severe Incat ili'imv lu .Uliiniiiiit. Iliscoi.vin. llltliuia Iowa. Kansas, Mlsi-oun, jihI ."torahha Ihe siciul, or suhiciitro vinn loritet in s-ehrnsla ainl Culorudo tend n to unite u iih a third degression lor mir jrln cxircmo suuthMLni Tcius Severe southerly lo fasterly -ale were li owinu front IM tin to nn and eu.t ou (he lionl ol the nn norihcrii do- M pre-suitis aid fiom th" nor hvtet-o'i the r.ar. l An ari-a of Iniih prtssure covi rs tlie country eastof R MiHI-siipi ete,t New I.u.-l ind. It Is luucasimr in W power, and vs ill havo a temUticy to fori-e iliemoie al uurtliern uud sevrrn e'.urtn centre in I'aiiadi i-ver the Eli up rr lak a a-id so far reta-d Ihe niuveirifiil of tlie two rrinaiiiiui; depre-.tom he rausini; them pi draw to- fh jri'ther over tho south let'. In whn,li ta-e tlio hu-h ire tl mro proiiiine In rtuioiu ovir Hi1) Pastern ntaus lon f cia'i,i,U to cive a I'leanaut liCLuraliutt llsy In tins ll vicl illy II I: tin vv as falling In I loi i la northern en I'nrlaii'l. f) Cnnaln, nud tlie upper late rei;io.t elec-vi hvre the f stall er wjs fai- Si Die tetiiirr,llure hi 1 ml-i lli-d r .e In the Mis i-slnpl and Missouri vallevs md over lh Norlhwtsf -'ales. it hritk vtlnds from .uto.ni miles an loi.r fruin tlis f wtst prevailed eloia; the cmist from llHtteriis nurlli W ward In this ilt Ihe hi'l'i st veli i ity ens J lui e. nn w hour, the d.i n.iet.iir hl.-'ieat uoveri m nl teuijira- 'U? ture, (T3; liiwrei. io n, rr-ise liuiuid tv . iferce'it yl 'lo ditv and P rl'l ij irim.-is to le fai-, wllh nearly iw stall nary lein.er. lure. ? The ilie-noi i-ri r at Pern t pl.anv.a y In Tiie fius i. huialllucleti r ltd tho leii 1 1 rutins )etttraa ustullows: W I si' p ' iu, Is:d B J A. M l' Mi' s i I', H .. .. 7I 7e ll. V V 1' li. inf il i7 fl li V. .'I i.-' i i Ul' VI .... '"' Ml Jrl l.'M . UT' IkI Il.illl. .... 1' ..lie ft Avsralo. . 6 Jl Avc-it.'c mi Mat -- 1-b i t'.y4 'il mi.mi. mil. i liii.i-- ti r tu i h r. i. 7lirit-iiiv. jf t;i- mi t'liittiit Tl i-Mor'n I.T-t ii lit over the norta- cru Itntky Moul lull Mi-p- h.ib'Iliuilii-hed In fnleiislty, $M and d, vilid .irui-ever.il lottarets ute.Jvlu Coiorada, ig sniithML-tirii i.iui.e.iii.i, .ml vutuitobu A stnrui of j tu ue ener-y deui 'upeil ilurtinr lli-t da) ot! Ihe New limp. j l.itlil eoni. v illsiiirbauieapncars In the ea-ululf, aud " h is caused ve t lienvt r Uiik l Morida rauuiiia front 1 tu -i iliicl.tn l.'a.a-i tiave.tlH'i faieuon thu Itew l.nc. -i luilcoitt .eui sniiwrrt ottr .ilu'lii.'a'i l i. uiism and ' Miniifsait -uiiilieri)' ,'ales have oi-i urrtd aiirin tho dot from l is itul an lerrllury 1 1 rtheasttMird to f.aks Hi ran in iniliiij Ihe --iiitps or Kausi, iilssourl, illl, inns. lusa and W iSMinsin. The It mi eralure ha risen - iu the i tut al vjIIcj-., titil falpulu the Missouri lalley and tli" l.ocky MiMlilain re mini. I ur th-I'lstrlct of I'oliuaiila and Maryland, warmer fair weiiher, slnda levouine soutlierly warmer and toir I rida). Tor New Jersey and Pelaware, fair weather and sts tlouarv tsuiperaiure, winds ueioiulufvariabla, wumsr and fair Friday. i.r ajlrm AVio Port and Fatlern I'enniylvonla, toarnt rt.jmtvrathtr, vjrm;ir uuiMj, voannrr andHi- Hldii. lor Massachusetts and I, hole Island, fair weather, stationery trruierature In fthojo Island aud suutnesst cru Maksacliutelts warmer In remaining portions of .Massachusetts, northerly winds. Iiecntnlni; variable lor Connecticut, lalr wssther, stationary tempera ture, variable lipids tor Maine, rali.s. followed by fair weather: continual cool, northerly winds, for Jvw Hampshire and Vermont, fair weslb.fr, northerly winds, hecoininii vanablei vtaruier by Trlday mnrnlnr. fair trlday flf lor western New York and weitera Pflinsjlvsnls, Wu warmsr, fair weathsr, followed by sliotvers, s'lutteily H winds, Hi JoiTixan about xtiir.v. H The IleparlTOSntif 1'iihilo Works will soon b'liaen Bb esamloatlon nt all tho in derirro iud steam pipes iu or- der to discover defects that lujure the settsrs. Jndse James l-itrfierald has been aslectel tn deliver thetnsmarial addrtss on Krhlay at the iraves nf the blily ninth Ksitmsut veiersns in Calrarr Ceuistsry HI Ths oomiitanceinent exereisesof the l.sw Department of the Islrtitltr of the cut of New Tort will be held this etesliif at the stelropolfiaii Opera House. MB heuator Peland fctauiord of I allfornla. Mr a Stanford, aud llr. and Mrs Hubert ll Kuoterelt Jr were pasten- aers on Ihe steamship TeuP nie whp h sails 1 resierday ?or I.lrsrpool. On the lravs ttere Mr and Mrs. iliUm Klilnelanderand air and airs nobert Hiulhrop. - Before Judjte fienedn t and a Jury in the Culled Flats ! Circuit Court yeilstdjj iieorie Per. a i.rssk was ceo elded of passfnu acconterfelf slaiidard dollar on Mr. vHI rfeifler sbakerof i.U Kast Heventtsnlh sireet rross whom be bnoaht s pie on ster'li 'A Judre Hsneslcl jma sentenced III 1st to Ibtrletn luonllulu lilt Kris toast! psuiisBUary, .