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Jt I LOEIRLIIOL
Olt Ettl LellltoL
I night when thl sw York
nlht 1lw
It walate I olker fnlsbed tho ninety
CDlelene session and rae to Iln the
KOOCd8DnU re re lvID from the lips ol
jozoIa fnishop their appointment for
JJsIJID jlne In tho three tea
tb naulDI your thrl ISo
torkSortb
o brethren worked like
r fost Y tlio brothreD Ik
atlOI IY
of their work
oar6r Is 19 i n summary
aere t 01 temperance tho Conference
OatbOCC tCnptDnCe
lb nluiousdy
oted t ul olUOlsy
tolltd 7rei condemn Ihs attempt of cr
Wee of tho Pf08ent Legislature to
BierA18 Lealsatur
o tain t If the Sabbath
aD MII to open saloons on Slbbat
therebl I rofanlnit tho day and threatening tho
rob State
In trestsof tho
iestle 1
AU ich proposed loelslatlon we denounce
j Inconsistent with tbat justice and
M I phould characterize
tflOB such IM Ihould chaactrize
igbtt
bt Em
I adt WA the Iesltlaturo othe great
pi fiction of the Speaker of tho Assembly In
to petitions of hla constl
to listen olltlonl
a cont
r Rent J lloman Catholic priests and
r n
tJeetiint f defer against certain pending
udocIrodtO beausurpatlon of author
U ladeclnrod
JjBd a violation of the constitutional right
L 1 violaton Confornnoo declared also
Tho
sVth peopl I leclard aso
tiat It dowo1 with aetonlehent and regret
Iluetiol 1 nl the Federal Government through
Department In constituting Its
s Slate VIPnrlmenr consttltnR
Salo agents for the extension of the
and South Amer
r trade In Mexico BOII
hi ee thereby setting at naught the
I I gorli f lenllmont ol the Christian people
of or thl country and the brethren protested
I utlnst tho Government thus prostituting Its
I Those mumbers of the Legislature
VOWtO >
4 1 Jw r demands of lluuor
who bad mthMood the demlnds 1luor
were commended by a vote nnd the partisan
action 1 In the Assembly In prhlng tho poo
allon the proposed
phof Ihs Irlllo of voting on
Mtutltutlonal amendment prohibiting the
tUtlutooa BUtilactnra sale of Intoxicating liquors
condemned
u a beverage WAS condemned
The Ber Dr JM KlncChalrman of Commit
tee wilt goto Albnn tomorrow to memorallze
the Judiciary Commit
tb AJsembly through Commi
of Worship bill
tM to reject the Freedom Worhip bil
StBite t bill 347 on the ground that It provides
SDI
lorthoWment of money of tho State for re
lUlons ocletle Otherwlso the Conferenco
tureatini to go Into politics to resbt sec
tartan and eccle lnstlcal aggression
tuld
The Board of BIshODs are to be asked to ap
poInt June 29 the birthday of John Wesley a
dart pit be annually celebrated hereafter in the
thurche as a day of rejoicing
Thl Roy J B HuMon of Providence n I
17 yearS old who aa a member of the New
Tort Conference sixtyfive years ago made a
iJdress concludinc Brethren goodby I
will never see you again on earth He was
lirlteJ to a seat beside the Bishop and the
Conference Etng My hope Is bayed on
BOthbUT less than Jesus love and nothing
tsR The proposition to opon the Metropolitan
Xastiim of Art and the Museum of
Xnural History In this city on Sunday was op
nosed by a unanimous vote on the ground that
bisect necessary and It would open tbe way
tea Continental Sunday In New York city
Itie opening of the Chicago fair on Hunday
Vsl 1110 opposed
loong ciinilldntes admitted on trial were J
Outer K C Bell J Douglas E I Hess U
K Kerr 0 K thaw and A Bchllemacber
Ki
The vote E admitting women to sit as lay
members I OoLoral Conterencejuvas an
lonnced 02 j eas and 187 nays
The appointments for the ensuing year are
fallows
Unr YAk DKTRICIA J PRime Presiding Elder
JMMey Tnnmat LxJire Hedford and Middle Patent
jll nl
WuiiaDViioox Bedford Station Herbert Welch Una
squIE s Lent Larniel h R A iiitt Croton Lake
I 1111 lolo Landing W I Kraut Dobbs
Ftrrr r I Patters KattT View J X Burner
GullS BrIJje cud Croia River u 1 Brand
UiBMtle 0 U Knapp Irrlunton and then
tan J Wheatler Katonati f r1 Mow
mui Cenilau hid Annonk Miirtnn Wry
Lit Miiopjc B K l Eleden Morrli heIghts W E
duhtm nIRktico W A Cliadwlck Mount ZIon
L A EB felree > ew kork Aebnry Ohorch J > stone
autenr rt r C Carpenter tfedford Sir ct J j
u > 4rCalTur J R Payi lnll C S llarrooer
CbtlMaJ H A Poilie < hurcn ot the F arlour J V
BUM Daane Church r lUmlln thlesnlhsirst o
A Iron rordnain F Hottoma HftjiUth Street n
Y s Keener > lie Polnu 0 I Boalon J W bellecK
rinrteurtli BtrteL II ktn ElM r I Street
r L WilSon franklin street John Howe
tu
Neck Mluloi t lie euuplted urace Church Fields
Berauce Italian Minion to be luinillea lane
trtet ooe to be > ui plied gill It M Stratum VnOltoa
Annne 1 McCL iDfv llorrlfauia n Uluin Culdeii
Sot Arches 1 L Vvllion laU Avenue K C UU
kurt Ferry trtrtet Ezra Tinker b Andrew o K
ttntirtiue SL Jiraesa Jj 1 Fries EL ion
J X klnr rt U B m St LOtus
J H tipple e L Marks I A Monroe ht
ruHO if tieGrew Si tiptenX NI Thompson
nirtrnnii nirret A K Sanford Iremont C Wrlilit
twtnljfourtU Street W C Willing Waahlnrton
lblr Larooot WaeMoiton Square r W uhnton 111rl
Vootlawa He Los Lull frekekill 1m rbnr h J I
bur1
Acketly li t Iauln A oitritaileri Iltaiuntnlle C II
I
Union plei Dtrlt Station to b l luppllrd Inr
tOut to be lupplua Panlra Station C Pater
Re
return Villejr i u Price Shrub Oat E H W Bar
dm sing Sloe lllihlaufl Arniu 1 X Searlte 1 Norm
Ilekoim ptll to te uppuwl Tarrytown Abury
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Cbrth Philip Germond I t Pauls t H lCAnn1
Tockobo I I I lttk White tlati A D Vail
Tctker Clr1 Church IV 1Kay larwond First
l 1irrti t A hl VDrUOtl lrorj Mead
Joba 511ev i rcniior In Prew TheologIcal Seminary
Tboloo1
U LCrooIs rrofewor In Drew SemInary O c Jfc
b CorreiponiiDrfetretary of MiMionary Society
Jjnnii R bmltfc eaiiorot npl i m AH janai u 1 In
CyLeIorl Corretpnndlnir Mrretaryof the New orlr
tttlibOrChEztnIonand liIslnnry SocIety Jm
a tots ck freemsn Aid aud Houtham tducatloa
loctity lulbtl t rto
Yovumie BiitBiCTn II Trarls Presiding
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Allbl iwlllll 11 be Supplied 111 J II
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I Ou be Ppild Jlilbr and erbonk to be supplied
liItirtoe
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lirown
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bettotubstIt t KCLOLC m Joilah mlk
Urluuilon 10 be supplied Ibel Ii Broil
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4li IPPI Mrlborouh J Acksrtanr l
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cut b rrllnn Retus owIO Join S supplied keogito al Oroo 10
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TUB Raw YORK Jan COXTXRMCU
PATCHOOUR April 7pUhon Fotgg address
closed the labors of the Now York East Confer
oneo of the wtejthodUt ChurcHM ltCnfer
appoIntments aro M follow H
Brooklyn Dustrlettt X Adams rrsldIoa ttdri
lre1 Aeam rrl141nl 1M
Amityntie J V Saundeps Db7loo O 1 lya Bald
Wins Uor Flmlrl Ilayticyt and Blue Point II II
Puny list Ridge Jobs rltlnllo1 BaysborsJ I I
rllnl bur Illpln and Brookhan 10 b suppitsIt
iitintnr soS 74rrlek to be eupplldt uppl1
mnrlaae Mnll II UW41 IIJhlblur 1
be
suppliedi Brldssbamptna in 31 Cetrt ltroOkiyfl
Andrew Y 1 iTyl r Itrookin Butowiek 1 r L
IKnMOvotrOlln earroli I ark r I phml rok
tin I3 hail ATeitfls O J 1 CowiCs Brooklyn Eight
suns Slyest C S Oneki Broolyn Embury IIhl
RowdieSt 1 Brooklyn FIrst Place K H rdlnront
Brooklyn Meat l f lnJ North Brooklyn yonrilj
Anue li IHMbonrn Brootiyn locnUell to ba
norilladt 110 Urace Church C M Ulflen
tjroflklrn hanson Place A B Keoulr and JI roaeti
Hrooklrn dues Ibnrh James MonIIOlellrOl
lyn Jnhnnon street T I Uillawood Brooklyn
Knickerbocker Artntia aupplled by W K Ptonehim
pplt4 Innbll
Brookltn Sew York Avenue II > Maine Brooklyn
Jxjfliaml Ann A II noodeannth Brooklyn Ito
1 1004nalblllrlalln In
011 1iate Alexander McLean Brooklyn Ki Pants
belay lasts Brooklyn bands Street Memorial
neona Adami lirnokljm Klmpebn J a Vtlleon
BrooSijrn sum Aninae W A Jofdani Brooklyn I Sum
ner ATenaa0 O La bn Brooklyn Throop Arenua
to ba enrolled Brooklyn Warren rrF Smith
Brooklyn Waihlncton Street A lab Brooklyn
Wesley supplied bJ W I Stewart Brooklyn William
Anus I U Rarnnart Brookltn Tork street Lemuel
Blehardeoni Centra Moriches W n Manehlp Ball
I MhP Y
Meadow W M riatt lieu Morlehea H u lloreri
rlj oIIJ UI IWl
Elraont I J 1 Noffltti rarmlntdala and Malrlile t r A
MlebJart KIMboitvrim chntch If B Btoekdalai Plat
limb rennlmoraMlreet enrmned by J L Hall flat
remol rt unld r
lend supplied by Jabtae Scott Smut 111 D W
lMUI i rreeport J II Hand < boil Ornond
and AtlanilcTllle 1 g Uanthi Klip D W loch
Jamaica T L Voutanai rlp W W Ollnaa
11lon Dutch and Ifnrwedan In I Brookklyn O r
Peterson Uanlih and KorweHan In Forth Ambor to
b supplIed Swedish Bridgeport John htenitrom
NwedleliBathanyln Brooklyn u I f TnrnbladlBwtdltn
Emmanuel In brooklyn A J Anderseni Swedish
Iiorer nrll ba aoeplled Swedish Mew Y rCI Henry
lUneen MorrU Iarn and nmlltDIU
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nlmIW bgt
ReelS Amltyrllla U M Berets Parktllla PaTti Me
list in latchoiua W II Barton Pearealta William
McMeholl Roekrilla Centre Oeorto Blillmsn sair
Harbor B r Meare I camille Alexander Graham
eaford to ba enppllel Rh > ai head Bay J A Church
lIlt Southampton J L Iecki sprlninald VI Rots
tlnionvtle W N Tatts vvaithampton W R Sraiini
Windsor Terrace supplied by K s WrIght Wood
turn aupmlaii br Alexander MeMcboll
I ew York IJIetrlotW I Warden Preildln Elder
box 142 OceAn tirOrel Itayside to b supplied by V
H MM nYo end Loensi slty to I t brn
by B F Ulm11 Drltln Ilr binsi It t t 1100
Brooklyn frntral W u Thompson Brooklyn Cit
Street J n Merwin Hrooklvn Mr t ihmirch HF Mil
ler Brooklyn Francis lburcb U f Wllllntna Drooklrm
Leonard Mreet thomas lorno Brooklyn North
rlftli street Kdwardihmnlntbera Brooklyn towers
W nKli JLBf t
Slyest Nathan llnbb ll r Hr < KiklTn st Johns ii Better
Brooklyn HL Lakes Itobert Watson Brooklyn I South
t
second street t A Make Brooklyn i South Third
strut I II Smith Brnollyn gntnmarrlaid T r
treat Droolll 1abentla 1 I Kaanaht Caler
Ion and rM 10 be supplied onlrport to be sup
plied by I I Ihlll uPII4 tulip 10 B ppl4
IIe Sprini labr tobsiuppliect by I A Mnlnll
ellU and Dir huh ulpl1 supplIed by 1
Ham Palzlelt Coram to be supplied by John
N Mr Ccrona c K Hears Cuichofae 1 O
Ulnrer Knst Norwich to he supplied by F W
llannen Flushing J W Marnarcl ellen Core T
N Lalnes I Olendale l to be snprlird f traCt Neck C A
Knettl tfreenport t HTownsend llempttesd NY
loard llnntliitfton C 8 Ford Jericho circuit lob
supplied luke Urore circuit BiT Curtis Long Island
City First I Church II r Kaitandlck Lone Island city
Second Church ileorie Taylor Lone island City Third I
rhurch SitrauelUurney XattttnckandJsmeeport to be
supplied by u Learem liatpeth Middle Yttlsca
to be supplied Newtown to b supplied New
b
York Alta street Memorial William Hamilton
Yort York Kierenlb street to be supplied
New York Forsyth Street W II Laurence
New York John Street P I Unwell New York Haiti
son Street to be supplied New York Second Street
t
Henry Atten hew York 1 Slyest W A Layton
Mew York Wlllett Street M f Compton Nortbport
V li Ferns Orient n F Norton f oyster Hay w A
Motion Port Jefferson T F Bhsckleton Port tVaihu
Insrton W II Russell Rlrerhead Henry HI Mr Jr
Kotlyu i and Searlnirion to be supplied by rl P Howard
Keacllfl C 1 raners Setaukat to be auppiled by J N
Tranmer Bmlthtown to b supplIed br T N Crane
honlhiild A C Bowdlth Stony Brook to be supplied
Lnlondala to b supplied brT Caldwell Whttestone
fcdwln Warrlner Wlnfleld e be supplied Vioodbury
and Wee Hills Henry fcconeld
New York hast Ijlttrlct C t Win Pretlillni Rider
Bethel J T LaAKlolt Bridgeport first Church W Vf
flark Bridgeport Grace Church tn be supplied I
Bridieport Mewtleld K A Sands BrIdgeport North
Main btreet W Brown Brldirspnrt hummerneld WHOM
Hoes Bridgeport Washington Park I I Foster
In BrI41 auppbed Cannon to b supplied
City Island U U Taylor Tromwell Brides to
be supplied by Joaeoh Taylor Danbury I Mmoiene
Darlen J linen Rue Cheiter A V Bower Rue Nor
wall C M V55 t Easton J r jnlnkerka East Vllkure
Ac to be supplied by C Dixon Georgetown j M far
roil iireenwleh I B Smith King Street W I JefTrtoe
Irwlh
rOIl O Cil Hpencert Mamaroneck VFI o Downer
allaniu A 8 Hacarty f Mount Vernon First t
I R HlreeUr Mount Vernon Urace Jc rlti R
Koler I Mount Vernon North Church J H Bell New
ranain w K Kcoritirt New Mlllord R T Cooper
New Kochelle First Church U 1 Mnboetl
New Rocbelle M Johnx N U Cheney
Newton RohU f L1 hr New York Beekman Hill K T
MoMeholli I New York Betheny ChapeL O N Compton
New York Cornell I tlC W Byrens New York
North New lork J Bare New York Sarmteentb
htreet A C Morehouse New York Blxtytint Sttsst l
J W Johnston New York Tblrtyeerenlh Street u U
Thampeon New York Trinity rv Burch New York
Twenirserenih I f Kldl r New ort fVett Farms
R I B Illman New York oodstoek Robert Pierce
Nichols and loni IIHL A II Brett Norwalk
O Van AUtyne fortchtster I O CurtIs
Ia Al
Pound RidS to be supplied Readlnr and Lone
Ridge 1 paylil < Taylor I uPI efleldJ K Whedon
Round lllll to be supplied by A C Wilier Rowalton
J IV Crowden Koxbnry so W T filbert Roxbary
and Wathlnrtan to be supplledlby J Nelson Rye K rl
leery rnutatuck to be supplied by M F Merit South
UrtIUi1j
horwalk Urt K Bnrnas Soothport B A Mllman
MamfoM M W Prince siebney J r Robertson
Strnttoril K V Baaestt Wett Uvtben it I be sup
plied Siembrld and Weitport I S Mill Wllllamt
bridge R Crook uodrllle I to supplied bv S Smith
Ir New llareu llilrlctJ W Beach Vretldlnir I Elder
Antonla r B Plltblado Bakerrlila to be supplied
Neacon LJJru Fntletton i Berhn J 1 Cromllth i
Bethlehem to be supplied by A EThompeon Blrm
logham W A Richard e i o DIlror ° t Pickop
r A 1 Wyatt Cbhlr c K lroi Clinton J
rumweti 10
Irons Co1er 111 J Robinson b lap
ptisd by Cope bl Durham It C Toiler East her
pl1 tob suppliedbr MriTLepliy Russ tc to
be supplied tiy u T Runnel PorrettTllle o B Outln
herr llnllford lobe supplied Hadam Plains F satin
tiers flarnrord First Churcn E I Thorpe Hartford
North Church H V Judd Hartford South Prt A
MeRosse Hajrcannm Ac f I A Rcborleld I Kensington I
S A OraTU fiadlirn to te supplIed Merlden Jirtt
church J it Tli mpson Uerlden Trinity church I
N hurl i ran II Mlddlebnry H K trnllk Middle
nd W N Warden Mlddletoirn t M North
MIlforcL 1 A vucMlilen Nauntuck I I
Tree New Britain J Intlnian Ne haven East Pearl
Street 1 D Weiton New lisTen East IA s Chapel A
F
J Smith New Karen First < hurch liP Chapmjn
New liaTtii Grace J Coot Nsw Harm Haven Me
morial to be supplied Nsw Harm Howard avenue
mll Arbuckle new Uaren ii lahn Street 1 c
Blakaman > ew IJaren hnminerfleld N W Totes New
listen Trinity B McChesrey North Cantnn to be
supplied TII i A I t lark Pfalnvllte J W simpson
Pleasant Valley 50 T M hillock
em Hockland O Bennett RocHhill 1 B Munton i
Seymour 1 K Holmes Shelton A A Ijithturr Sims
bury A 11111 SoUth Mertden H W Phillips Thorns
ton YS Edwards Tarrlumon I S I Hammond Union
Tllle F A Pent VVaterbury Brooklyn Minion to ba
supplied A W atertmry in wl Street supplied by
auople Carpenten Waterbury First Church A
r Eirlestou Waterbury b Pauls L W Hotmei
Watertoirn R W Jonet Haterrllle soppiled
naieHownj I westbrool A HcAlliser <
B I Fox
Vfeit hi Arantiurr J llCrofut West llarea 1 T Abbott
vvIt Rocky Hill iupplled by F I Fritz We t Suttlld
r 2 oiicoli e Westrllle A McNIrholl West Win
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by Brown O L Woodbury Cobnrn I S Putney Yalesrllle supplied
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RUMORS BOUT 1AJtXKTI IBo I
BUORS Ito I
Be In Raid to Hn e Been Privately Married
to tfrm OWhena Dnnajhter
LornoN April 7Tbe lady to whom Mr
Farnell Is said to have been privately married
since tie OShea divorce suit Is tho eldest
daughter of Mrs OShea The extreme privacy
with which the ceremony was performed is
attributed to tie fact that the young lady Is a
ward In chancery Although she is 21 youis
ot aRe tbe marriage could not be lawfully
Bolemnlffd without the ssent of the court
and by his action Mr 1arnell lays himself open
toproeecutIOfl
veMUParSelllte members of the House of
Commons affix to belMe although they deny
blve HltOUlb
any knowledge of the fact that Mr larnull
never bad unlawful relations with Slrw Obhea
und that his secret visits to tho home of tho
USbeait wermade for the nurposo of ineotlntc
the daughter whom he marriott with the cnn
nent of her mother but unknown tn her father
stt bomoI1er
Other Parnlllti who are cuinoiied to know
the truth of the maUr hen iiuefttlonrd In re
gard tQ tbe marrliiKe deilared their liEnontni
I t the whole affair Cant OSheas friends
alalr
treAt the itory s a stupid canard
Tbo discussion 01 the Iarnell story In thn
lobbies of the house of Commons wa turned
into another channel by the circulation of I
rumor tbat one 01 the lenders of the Torr party
wlli shortly IlKuro In the Iourll as I principal
inn grave criminal offence the holnouB feat
ures 01 which eclipse any oi the great candals
01 recent eclp IB alleged that the evidence
against the oitoltdinlt Alelod very strnmg
alUloBt April 7Mr amdl vIAlodrr
Kenny nt the ofHc of the NaHannI League to
day and afterward returned to London Ills
April next Ind 1U aforward will be delvore on
Heap of Flower for Otero
When Otero the Spanish Bohemian tripped
out upon ho stage of the Eden MustSe In her
dancing disi last night a flower garden
seemed to spring Into sudJcn bloom at her
feet Flowers were thrown or carried upon tie
stage from all sides until It was heaped high
with roses and lilies and Greenery Oteros
engacement in New York ends in n fortnight
enlalment to return II l Puns Last night a
host of professionals united In a testimonial
hOlt Jroleulonals unlerS nnd
and the Musto concert hal I won decorated ao
crowded SlcnorT Bllepletr Harry lopper
and Alice Iottor sang John W Kansone nnd
Marshall P Wilder told funny stories proa
Josephs Hungarian Band played Hassle Muck
OOphlllnroran n saxophone solo Jennie
WI head nxolhone
ONeill Potter recited sat the Im erlal Juts
peas troupes juggled and tumbled Otero her
self radiant with smiles sang and danced
lllaeae or Mli lanbel Archer
Miss Isabel Archer until recently one of the
cast of Hellly and the iOO Is very ill at bet
bom uptown Her physician eau she has
coneunrptton and will probably never appear
on tbestage again
Hrrup or Pigs
Produced from the laiatlra and nutritious Jules of
California dss combine with the medlcluat rlrlussot
plemsknoentobe mont uenclal to the human ays
lIla acts gently ou the kidneys liver and howe s effeo
tually cieeieinr lbs ersum uispelllnr colds and hsao
a a it < > 0 and i urine habitual couellDatlon ida
rremeRhea A clear and healthy ikln LateetParli
Ian pr ir twn ufalni haplnir unSure redutu ur
rOhisils llellnhimlr tie Ci iimnpi Atv
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Parlor Cnhlneta more tbnn 10 rarely
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pcricnco ° o a Reporter
0 ITdrinkabanlor mfalctn said Jacob Wise
Her lie li I a auk nrr at is Crosby ttreet and ln
at 4 Wet ntuli street I
had catarrh for seven or
eiiht years and I iiootorel
for U nearly all that time I
took story kind ot patent
medicine I heard or but
they mercy did me moon
good Finally I wen to
noctora MoCnr Vlulmnn
and Blair lI WI liars
done ma more vood than ls1ti1mec I
nbC else My throit L
natalwaya dry and In trio
tntirnloie I hid a liacklnir
couth and was kept boir
plttlnKUpmnena Mynota
WI i atopiinl up1 ton and I
felt Iuli t feel much
ilronter ana better since I
1 tint trate br Doriore qjir
Whitman and Stair
McCoy a
rnn II JACOB vriBSNKN
foot months ale I am r WIBNRI
iteSt now t will gladly recommand them toanrb < y
who to I HDlTerlnir from catarrh Ab
bra Mclor Wlldinan and thai furnish alt metlelne
frta and their Charges for treatment r to low thai
may its within bl reach of all t
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1 tiael 424 ttret sear nraaJ Central Depet
52 ins T near I4tk at and Broadway oor Mih at
New York and 187 Mentafae strut Brooklyn
where I nurabla eaaaa an traaUd wIth sauce If
so lira I at a dleunea wrlta for a ermplora blank I
Jeo all mall laSRaetOdat Ul5ehsura9te 11 JT
IL1U4I N TtanrJl dally andayteuu fc
sad 2 I 4 P I
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3 to 10 Wlb u
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that parents who
have bought them
give them an unqualified
qualified approval
in every approva
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The complete anII or ldeitrreisnd Vichy
In on the boll und they HIT fliiuruntrrd to
agree with lhr n unal en whIch pro
them tn be uulrr r utiiulile medlrlnut
prouerllex Siring lilully rrrrtri > ientt they
liuve saiso becurae pupulur lublo dHiiKn
I As their namet are eitemlrrly tiled for the tale or
al sorts or cheap sits alert the public should ba
I careful to watch tlie Btialykls labelt I I uud b euro 1 gal
I fccbultit testers
I Address orilerm 4IIO la 440 lit AT N T
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m 01 el ILt 11 4it p cwu w < lMMU tur r <
flu kir > lflklH ll1tnOtetf < rilt rlBFl r rk PreruTd by a nemtol wit P1 icarte
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delopul tic Vailisio > r fttDc cc fcy enema Idld iiti skin l4nlhe nb
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DISCOliD IN THE ALLIANCE
ItHttX BUTKKMACT AKTt n 1
AIJrr FTAff CLASS
T State Brnnch DUteled ccl the He
Icnntlon of the OMtlnl Orgnm Ac Bte > e1
A I > etnr r Chatgsa CormBtlon In the
Senator JEleetlon In Cteerattm aad D
class that the Skate ConrcntlBn Adopt
ed a Whlteirnahlna Report
epr
CANTOR Miss April 7Tb action ot the
State Alliance Executive Committee yesterday
In accepting the resignation of the itifsltiip
fian the official organ Is regarded as a dec
laration of war upon the Democratic party by
the BubTreasury wing ot the Alliance
Afinimplnnheld white supremacy para
mount to all other questions and opposed the
BnbTronsnry idea for which Its resignation
was demanded The Hon Jl Bocmen mem
ber of Congress and th Hon B F Iajssmore
of the committee b T entered vigorous pro
tests against tho act deposing the Btate organ
Assistant State Lecturer William 8 McAllis
ter today gave out for publication the follow
ing which represents the position of tho con
servative Alliance antlBubTrcaaury element In the
Alance
It Is trifling with reason to attempt to dis
guise tbe fact that a cleancut Issue Is now
made between the Democratic party repre
seating white supremacy and the extreme
BnbTreasury wing of the Alliance I owe my
first fealty t the Democratlo party and
With true Alliance mon all over Mlle
slppl accepting tho RaIl of bittle
thrown down by Intolerance and fanaticism
In view of this I consider It my Imperative
duty to lndlcato the truth To this end I
shall fearlessly expose the moral caste and
past conduct of the principals In stirring DP
the unfortunate and forbidden state of affairs
In Mississippi
now rampant MlslBslpoL
Dr C W McCune of the National Economist
Is the author ot the SubTreasury scheme
Last year there occurred in Georgia a Sena
torial election Gov J D Gordon was the
only pronounced candidate His election was
generally conceded until just before tbe Geor
gia Legislature convened DrGW eCune left
Washington city and went to Atlanta and in
duced a majority the Alliance members to
endorse Patrick Calhoun for United States
scandal of Mc
Senator A great Boandll grow out
Cunes presence fu Atlanta and connection
with tho Georgia contest and when the
National Alliance met at Ocala lost December
it felt constrained to investigate the charges
against McCune The facts adduced before the
investigating committee with McCunos own
admission show 11 a moral certainty that for
and in consideration of free railroad passes on
the lines controlled by the West Point Ter
minal Company ot which Patrick Calhoun
is general attorney McCtiue worked the
deal for Calhoun on the Georgia Alliance men
when the National Alliance ordered the inves
tigation The Mississippi delegation recom
mended Cant Frank liurkltt as the member
Irom Mississippi on the committee in the be
lief that he would fearlessly expose official
corruption In high places I ho found It and
instead of realizing to us our expectations
ho drew up the report under which McCuiie
rpor
was whitewashed and rendered efficient ser
vice In piloting It through After tbe report
was made and adopted Cant Burkitt admitted
to two members ot tbe Mississippi delegation
that It was a whitewash that McCune was
guilty and that he Burkltt had acted for the
good of the order
aoor any man denies the truth of the above
let him disprove by publishing the authenti
cated testimony adduced before tbe Investi
nvost
gating Committee at Ocalo Can the Alliance
men afford to follow selfconfessed bribe
takers and corruptlonlsta Can Ibo Alliance
afford to adopt blindly the economic heresies
ol a man whose whole career reeks In rotten
ness and who has prostituted every trust to
selfishness Let tbe fight between truth and
heresy decency and Infamy go on and let
trnth and decency survive
A minority report regarding tbe Mississippian
repor
has been signed by Mecsrs Komen and Pass
more and published I says Believing in
and giving unqualified support to the declara
tion of purposes and greater part ot the
demand of the Alliance and that the objects
sought to bo attalnodproperly conducted are
essential to the welfare of the tolling
masses of this great nation with whom
we are heartily in sympathy and believ
ing tbat the Alliance must align Itself with one
Inl
or the other national parties to accomplish
anything or onrnnlze itself Into a oolltlcal
party AlY which would lend to Its destruction aud
believing thnt any measure or policy advo
bolovlnl
cated to bo enacted into law affecting
all classes b our citizens aectRK
freely clS fairly discussed nnd should
fall it not endorsed by the people
who are the government therefore we cannot
endorse any aotlou that will muzzle the press
or individuals We would recommend In
view of its great importance and farreaching
consequences to our people and government u
redlscusslon of the subtreasury plan by the
order and Alliance preps
Mr McAllister also says that he was cited to
lcA1stor
appear bulore the State Executive Committee
to answer In a charge of disloyalty for oppos
ing Ibo subTreasury scheme He says that
be appeared and demanded I trial his object
being to get up a test casa to go before thr
National Alliance The committee preferred
no charges against him
His < position Is the same as that of the
Mi iSfipptan He tH Iame Last October the
State Alliance Executive Cnnimittce composed
of the Hon JH Beeriunn of Heott Dr Passmora
of Mndfson Messrs T J MllliopKOf Coplab
G W Dwyer of Panola and D C Casey ot
Hhnrkey created the Mittltniiplan
Time management Messrs > S ilson A Martin
nccepted on the expressed condition that the
re encd absolute editorial control over the
policy of the organ This policy has been u
fearless advocacy of white supremacy
and courageous opposition to time sub
treasury heresy For this the Republicans
greenbuckxrK soreheads and notoriously tbq
Irnblckr
thud party plotters In tbe Alliance havo by
Jlrt
darklantern tricks gotten tin resolutions con
demning tbo course of the Vi UiUIJpi i i Yes
terday tbe Jfiitiaiipofan tendered Its resigna
tion to the Executive Committee which WAS
accepted Casey by Messrs Mlllsaps Dyer and
cBSOI
SHE SATS hUE WAS ABDUCTED
The BtrMB Disappearance and Katun of
a Taunt Womnn Her Story
WnEKUSO April 7Mlss Amy Morgan nelce
of Mr Henry Morgan assistant cashier of the
Exchange Bank of this city mysteriously dls
appeared from her uncles house on Sunday
night She came bnck tonight In an ex
hausted condition and told a story of abduc
tion Miss Morgan went to church on Sunday
ovenhttc at t oclock It was a mile from her
residence HLe returnud with a joung man
nod they stood at the gate leading to the Mor
gan residence talking until nearly 10 oclock
IDn she walked toward the house after bid
ding her escort good night she missed a letter
her handkerchief
antI recollecting having taken
chief from her pocket a short distance from
tue hOI e she went to the place to look for It
Hbo found It and just as sh was turning to
retrace her steps a closed carriage dashed up
and two mon sprang out and seized her
One man placed his hand over her mouth
and told her that I she made an attempt to
cream she would b shut Hho was hurried
into the carriage aud was driven away
Sbosavs the carriage continued to travel all
night while her eyes wer blindfolded and
each man kept hold of her wrists
At daylight the carrlnce stopped and one of
atolled
tlio muu got out and could be heard pounding
nt the door of I a hOI n
After n while be camo back and told his com
rnnlon I that thor was no one homo and It
looked as thonub the gnmo was up
lookeo two men then hold II consultation a to
whether It would be better to kill the alrl or
turn her out and trust to luck
Olt
They finally decided that I would be Impos
plblo for Miss Morgan to identify thorn and
Ilblo was taken Morlll I ortd portion of the
load out of the sight ol houSeS and told she
might go but was warned I sbo watched them
or sent any one alter thorn she would bo
k
Tegirl wandered around for several hours
not knowlnl when she was until 1 she finally
siruck a railroad She walked along this for
several mlle until she came to a station
which proved unll l > Kelsey Belmont county
Ohio twentyfive miles from her home There
she day was cad for lust night and cent home to
Becllutloni by Ml Baker
The ballroom at Louis Sherrys In Fifth avenue
balroom
fashionable audience
nue was crowded with a altlence
lUI yesterday afternoon to listen to the recitations
and the vocal selections
of Miss Amr Baker ad Ibl 8Iectlol
rendered by Miss Ulancbe Taylor and Mr J B
JlsB
McKlnley MIss Baler 111 youug elocutionist
of attractive appearance Among her seleo
lions yesterday were Danny Deer and
The Taking of Jungtiingpen by lludyard
Kipling ralln Charles Klngileys Saint Maura
FTOT r XIKt THE COM 11
The MM Who Won to Carry Oat th Plan
Arreeited In sa Fetcratmrg
LONDON April 8The TrleorapVi ore
pondent at ft Petersburg nays that an at
tempt was made on the Czars life on Monday
but the attempt was cleverly frustrated
I was a Russian holiday and according to
custom the Czar and Czarina went to review
the Imperial Guards at their quarter opposite
the palace ot the Grand Duke Nicholas Invi
tations to the ceremony had been sent to an
extremely rolect and limited number penona
A man with a sallow complexion and of a
Southern type was among those admitted by
ticket He took n place five pares distant from
the place where the Czar was to stand As the
man continued to wear his overcoat he was re
quested to remove I but declined on the
ground that he was afraid of draughts
His refusal to remove his coat excited sus
picion and he wu again requested to take It
anteroom off This time ho consented and retired to an
He was Immediately arrested and taken to
prison where a revolver and globule sup
posed to contain poison wore found In bis
pockets Ills name Is Shamelkln
He declares that the globule simply con
tains medicine Thl police affect to have
known of 1 plot connected with Gunsbergs
conspiracies and say that they were watching
for an assassin
ELECTRIC LIGHTS SOT A SUCCESS
Thai Engineer Sny They Cannot B e the
tlla
President Depnw and VicePresident H Wal
ter Webb of the New York Centril took a party
of newspaper men through the tunnel yester
day In an observation engine to see the work
ing of tho electric lights that hare been placed
as an experiment In the western rapid transit
r
section
Tbe Edison < Company put In forty Incandes
cent bulbs between Eightysixth and Mnot >
sixth streets In what Is known as the dark
tunnel They aro on tho side ot the track less
than afoot above tbe ground
As the party rode up tbo tunnel the danger
and cautionary signals were easily I distin
guished a long way oil But when they ap
proached tho Drat electric light their eyesight
was dazzled and the danger signals seemed to
disappear altogether at times lnaB
tmE
the engineers do not like the change and
they say that they ate peter sure that thin
are any signals of any kind Probably electric
lights will be abandoned
OBITUARY
The Her Dr Edward Dorr Griffin Prime
died at his home 431 Madison avenue yester
day morning of pneumonia and
momlnl Inoumonla a complica
tion 01 diseases Dr Primo was born In Cam
bridge NY on Nov 2 lSa and was the third
son of Nathaniel 8 Prime D D his brothers
being tho late Ito v 8 Irenoaus Prime and the
Rev Dr William O Prime After attending
the Washington Academy In his native town
natvo
Dr Prime entered Union College and was
graduated In 1832 taking high honors In the
classics After graduating be spent three
years teaching under his father In tho Mount
Pleasant ACAdemy and then started to study
medicine This course ho abandoned after
a few months and In the fall of 1835
he decided to study for the ministry
and so entered the Princeton Theo
logical Seminary from which he was graduated
uated three Teats later In December of 1838
he was aopointed assistant to the pastor of tbe
Presbyterian church at Scotchtown N Y The
following Year in September he married Ma
ria Darlington the daughter of John B Wilson
of Princeton In 1917 lie was appointed pastor
of the oburoh where he was serving In Scotch
town but after three years declining health
compelled a change Ue went to New Or
leans and preached for six months While In
lelns Irahod mont Whie
New Orleans his wife was stricken with cholera
and died Iteturnlng North he took charge of
the Presbyterian church In Eightysixth street
Iro
nnd then associated himself with his brother
Ironeniis us editor of the New York Olmerrrr
This he continued until a year fitter his
brothers death In 168ft when old age and de
clining health compelled him to retire from
active life Dr Prime married his second wifo
who survof him in June of Itxiu she being
Constantinople a daughter of the Key Dr William OooJell of
ConolantnoDle
Henry McLano Martin a wool broker of San
Francisco die on Sunday at Fort Denton
Montana Mnitln went to California from
Boston about six years ago ant married the
widow of lien Collon 110 figured In the cole
brated suit against Iho boutbern Pacific com
pany In which the spicy letters written liy C
r huntington to Colton first saw light Mrs
Colton sued to recover several mlllioiiH which
she asserted was bor 1110 hl bands slno of
tbe railroad estate The railroad company
proved that Colon wasnt an equal tanner
with Mantord Crocker und Huntlngton and
wlb widow received a verdict 01 only Jluuuou
of which Lloyd Tens the millionaire secured
one halt for his services I an arbitrator After
Coltons death his widow mal ried Dan Cook
n mining oierator 1 and ieveral 1 years after
Cooks death she woddod Martin Mnrtln was
a son of Dr Henry Austin Martin of boston
John W Slocum died of heart illsenre on
Monday night a his home In Brnncuport
on time outskirts of Long Branch Ito
was 70 years old For many years hb
was a m > > mber of tbo linns of Maps it Sin
Clint and Maps Slocum k Co which furnished
clm bricks lumber and plaster uned In he
hotels and cottages nt Lone branch Elberon
tteabrlgUt Pleasure Bay Monmoutii baiicli
nnd tho llrst hotels and collages erected In
Asbury Park and Ocean Grove He was n
direct descendant ot John Slocum one of the
three white men who purchased tbo present
Bites or Long branch Monmouth Beach and
Hoabrlclit from the Indians Ho loaves a wile
amid several children
The Kov William Frederick Rtubterta re
tired pastor of the BloomtUild H > < nilst Churoh
died at his residence In Blonmfleld on Monday
night of pneumonia Mr Stubbert was born
In Nora Scotia and took his degree frnm
Acndla College In that province He moved
to MassacluisfttH early In lire and was pastor
of several baptist churches In that State He
went to Hlonmfleld In IbVl and served In the
baptist church of that vllluce until 1875 when
be retired from the pulpit Bo leaves two
children Ono of them Is Dr J K Stubbert
Chief Surgeon nl the Nicaragua Canal Com
pany with headquarters at Uruylown Central
America
Hon Russell Frrottone of PlttsburebR most
consolctious citizen died yextordav nf par
alysis ned 71 He wax born In Now lurk
City on Nov 101817 lie came Pittsburgh lu
1HJ9 He edited tbe JJaUu fain from 1K42 to
1844 With Dr Lernntoe ash other abolition
ists he established and published the Wash
ington Ialnni nu antislavery paper for lour
yearn in the last ol the forties From 1H52 to
1S C5 he was connected with the Pittsburgh
lazttir Ho was aotlvo in the formation of tile
Itepubllcan party Ho wa lli > ikof the Btnte
Senate three times and State Senator Irom T 7
to fit He was elected Congress In 1870 78
and 80
Richmond Smith an oldtime telegraph op
erator died suddenly yesterday morning of
aonplexy at his home In brooklyn Durlncthe
civil wnr ho lstantof huperlntondent
bomervlllo In tho southwest nod WItS the op
erator who accompanied len Sherman y
In the march to the sea Alter the war he was
superintendent lor the United States Tele
graph Company In the West and later was
rnsbler of the Western Union ofllce at Boston
At the time of his death he was employed by
the Western Union Company In New York
A n Wnnder the artist who how been vIeit l
ing Mr Joseph M Drown In Marietta Go
thou there yesterday lie was an artist for
harper Brothers during the war and furnish
ed many sketches or the great battles to them
lie also visited Atlanta several years ago and
prepared tho sketches for the book written by
Mr Brown giving the historical facts In con
nection with the late war Mr Wtmdern borne
Is III ArtinstOB N J He leaves 1 several chil
dren
William Cnllender died at tho residence of
his son William K 131 Wini IMlli mi eel at
iii oclock yesterday afternoun or pneumonia
He was born In New York In 18 < i7 Ho way a
police court clerk until shout 1830 most of the
time ut the Tombs Ho wan n real estate
broker for twentyllvo tears at lOG Broadway
and retired wenltby fifteen years ago Ills
wife 81 yeai old eurvh him
Ellen flordnn Uurge the wife of Pro F W
Jluillo of Ibo joye lligh School In Brooklyn
died yesterday ut her borne C4 Brooklyn
avenue in her fortytilth year Hbo was thu
daughter of Gen Oordon of Indiana bite
graduated Irom the Miami I University Ohio
Hi 181C and BiibsBiiuently pursued her musl
oat studies In London and Paris She had
been married over twenty years
Frank Hosenkrani the veteran and widely
known Edo Itallroad conductor died at Plnn
Bush Orange county on rundaytaged iiI lIe
bad been in till employ of the trie company
lor more than thirty years For five years hu
was a conductor of the Orange county express
train and for the past two years had rim a
passenger train on the Mlddletowu and Craw
ford Branch
Jon Lucius J Onrtrell died yesterday after
noon in Atlanta He bad Leon ill for several
weeks He was born lu VUlkiscpunty Georgia
on Jan 71821 and was one ol the Congress
delegation which withdrew front Wash
ington on the breaking out of ilie war flit
served ns a BrigadierGeneral In the Southern
simv Hu ass a luWsor of unusual ability
A TALK trmr JOHN SUERMAY
He Says lie Think Cleveland will Not be
Monlnnted Next tear
MANSFIELD Ohio April 7 Senator Sherman
left his home In Mansfield today for Columbus
to meet the Republican members of the Legis
lature who have Invited him to conference
determine matters ot policy for the party In
Ohio during the coming fall fight Speaking ot
Presidential possibilities ho said
I guess the Administration Is all tight
Harrison has given the country a quiet con
servative Administration and I am of the
opinion that the people applaud and admire
such a policy They like safety and business
sagacity In a President
Do ton think he will be ronomlnated
No I do not It teems to be the disposition
of the people to do away with th older party
leaders and look for material In the younger
element of the party say Major McKinley
for Instance Of course the Convention Is
n long way off but my judgment is that some
man younger than Harrison will be the nom
inee
Do you think that Mr Elaine still baa
Presidential aspirations
No I do not I think Mr Blame Is quite
unwilling to go through u second campaign as
the leader Ho Is careful ot his health and
this one consideration I think will keep him
out ot the list of candidates
Do you think Major McKlnley can bo
elected Governor of Ohio In view of the fact
that his nomination will emphasize the tariff
und silver issues I
Yes 1 think ho can elected Homnyloso
some votes on the silver issue but you must
remember that tbeie arc Democrats in this
butte who are not In luvor of the unlimited
coinage of silver For Instance right In this
district Is Congressmanelect Harterwho is an
honest money man I think though us a rule
the Democrat usually sticks to his party no
matter what the Issue is but even with what
Republican votes wn may lose on the silver
question the Itepublloan will carry Ohio
The Senator thought that the Northwest in
the next Presidential campaign would got
back Into the Itepubllcan Hold
Whom do you think the Democrats will
nominate
I am not now quite on sanguine that Cleve
land will bo the nominee At one time I
thought so but in view of the opposition I now
see and read of 1 do not think he will be nom
inated
How about the Force bill
It should have been passed he answered
Not that I favored the entire bill which
passed the House of Representatives Under
the Magna Chartatha Congross hasthe right to
regulate Congress elections nnd It should have
done so I favored a law which would have
been general applicable to every Congress
district In the land alike This would have re
moved the cry of sectionalism
Why was not that feature a part of the
bill 7
Because strange to say of opposition from
New England home of the New England
States have election laws which such a law nf
general application might have conflicted with
and from such quarters developed the opposi
tion to a general law Then again we hat a
division in the Senate There wan Senator
Stewart of Nevada In his general desire for
free ilverho drifted away from the Republi
can party Then there was Plumb who is er
ratic on almost everything
1 think continued toe Senator I should
like to round out my public life by bolne elected
for one term as member the Legislature
Ohio Wo base some infamous tax lawn Ior
instance any body can get an Incorporation In
Ohio without paring for the franchise Many
such incorporations ore valunhlu and would
Tiny the State liberally for the powers con
Rny On the other lien we go to the
very point of Inquisitorial research in the col
lection of personal taxes so much so that we
are driving wealth and Industries out of the
State If you or I own stocks Issued In Iowa
or In any other State why should wo bo taxed
In Ohio for the holdings Tho wystem Is
wrong I would favor a constitutional con
venllon Wo havo not amended our Constitu
tion for forty years
Aro you looklncafteryonrfences Senator
to I came out here to build a barn
Secretary Lock to Ienre the New York
Jockey Club
Mr T II Kook who has filled the office of
Secretary to the New York Jockey Club since
Its Inception with credit to himself and the or
ganization ho represented has resigned his
olllce and leaves on Sunday evening for his
former home New Orleans where he has ac
cepted nn Important position
Mr Koeks sllcessor will it IB l nld be Mr
Alfrel Hennen Morris eon of Mr John A
Mori Is who Is the chief stockholder lu the
New York Jockey Club
A Nonpolitical rlrctlonln AVIaroniiln
MirWAUKFK April 7The election in this
State today was for Justice of the Supreme
Court Political lines were not drawn S U
Flnney was nominated by a convention of
lawyersamlK H Elliss candidacy was backed
by Democratic politicians but he was not for
° mally nominated Both candidates were Dew
The Vote wn light but despatches to the
Rnitwrl from all parts of the State point to
rinneys election Hn cnirled Milwaukee
county by over 31511 A Judge of the Superior
Court was elected In this county
lioth candidates were Democrats and with
one country town to hear from It Is expected
Austin the Bar cnndldnte hn defeated Lud
wIg the Democratlo candidate by n small
majority Austin carried the city by one
plurality S
Henntor alls Chance for Reelection
TAILAHASSKE Fin April 7A Democratic
cauctiH of the Leglslatute will be called In a
few days on the Senatorial question It the
caucus Is called the rules will require a two
thirds vote In making nomination Senator
Calls fcupDotters are m n large majority but
the opposition claim that ho cannot secure a
twothirds vote In joint caucus
Some ot Culls supporters prefer that no
caucus be called thus throwing the election
into the Legislature direct where n minority
ot both Houses would elect Senator if P
liogerfl President of the htate Farmers Alli
ance Is working hard togot tin Alliance cauetu
railed so an to POSH an antiCall resolution
Too Call men In the Alliance ant opposing him
vigorously
Republicans Win In Hehencetndy
BcnESKOTAnT April 7The charter election
In this city today resulted In the election of
Everett Smith the Republican candidate for
Mayor by a majority of 402 Tho Republicans
also elect three of tbe flve Supervisors and four
ol tae five Aldermen
HES THE COLTS CANDIDATE
CflA1tLR8 AlfATtlEXA JACKIVX ItEADS
TOE COVSTIK8 COMMITTEE
The YasgstU Vti Bnlule inn Election Vth
a Howl of Hejolclnit Mhham and ma
Delegation Left Oat In the Cold
The colts In the County Democracy oreanN
ration who were reviled by the faithful n few
weeks ago as men whose kicking could bo pro
ductive of no results came out on top at the
meeting ot the County Democracy last night
Charles Anathoma Jackson who won distinc
tion last year at n powerful platform speaker
WAS elected permanent Chairman ot the com
mittee He was the choice ot the colts and his
election set thorn howling so that the Cooper
Institute seemed to tremble
Among the ViceChairman elected were Ed
ward Cooper C 0 Baldwin last years Chair
man ot tho committee Henry Allen and Fran
elm M Blxbr The other permanent officers
are Secretaries Charles JMcOee Herman
W Hllderbrand 13 J Downing and A J
Hayes Treasurer Charles J Canda Her
geantsatArmn Thomas J Houlihan and
George O Banker
Tho hall wee scarcely halt fllled The Com
mlttno on Credentials and Contested Beats
made a report and several recommendations
They recommendod that the protest In the
Fifth District signed by Henry Bcldner and
charging Irregularities in the matter ot hold
ing the primaries bo reeoteO
The oommlttoo could discover proof that
the primaries In the Twolttu district which U
was said were held by the persons who claim
ed to bo elected were hold The committee
recommendod the acceptance or the list head
ed by Samuel Cohen which was elected at a
primary held under the direction of the sub
committee of three
In the matter ot tne contest In the Twentieth
district the committee recommended re
ception of tliu list headed by Lernard Wilson
Tlio committee reported that the primary In
the Twentysecond district which elected the
list headed by John J yulnlan was held In
strict aecordanoo with the rules of the organ
ization and recommended the recognition ot
the Quintan faction It was suggested that a
committee nf three be appointed to adjust
matters In this district
The report of the committee was accepted
In spite of howls from the Sheehan men of
the Twentysecond Oliver Keane tried to
mitko a speech but the Chairman relueeJ to
notice him
t hen the Committee on Permanent Organt
ration was appointed the name of Uulnlan ap
pvnred and this caused another frantic pro
test from the Sheehan faction The entire
delegation from the Twentysecond district
rose and sboutad themselves bourne
I want a hearing also shouted Mr Keane
I want the gentleman to bear uie and hes
gentleman enough for to do It
hut Chairman Van lloesen steadily pounded
the table until a motion for n llverutnuta re
cess was made The Chairman declared the
motion carried and then he disappeared
Mr Keane climbed upon the olatform and
followed him amid the wildest cheers and
shouts of pncournBoment from the Hheeban
men lint his private argument with Itr Van
lloesen was Idle and ho soon returned and
dropped into his seat
Then the permanent officers were elected
and Mr Jackson was welcomed on the plat
form with much ohoerlng He miide a speech
In which bn snld that bo would work for the
good ot the organization with all the power
that God bad given him lie added this thor
oughly JackBonlun remark
Tammany rules here and I wish the flies
would got sated with blood quickly and drop
ofrt If they dont drop oH we will brush them
oft Each mnmberof the committee Is to be taxed
5 for expenses
LONG ISLAXD TOWlf ELECTIONS
Democrats Hole Their Own In Qaecmn
John Y BCcKnne Triumphant as Usual
The annual town elections in Queens and
Suffolk counties were held yesterday and the
pleasant weather drew out a good vote In
Queens county the Democrats held their own
and will undoubtedly bive a majority In the
next Board of Supervisor In Bempstead
Edward N Townsend the Democratic candi
date for Supervisor tudtue present incumbent
bad a hard fight but It Is believed he was
elected
The following candidates were elected
Jamaica Supervisor Frederick W Vunton
Dem Flushing Supervisor David L Van
Ostrom Dem Hempstead Supervisor Ed
ward N Townsend ifleml North Hempstead
Supervisor John M Clark lieo Oyster Bay
Supervisor Scudder V Whitney < Dm New
town Supervisor John K Van Ostrom led
Be p
In Suffolk county there were sharp struggles
in Huntington and Brook Haven In Hunting I
ton the auestlon of leasing the oyster lands
was made the principal Issue In Brook Haven
as usual the temperance people came out
strong against the granting ot licenses and
were partly successful
The returns an far ns received in Suffolk
county give the election of the following cnn
Udatus South Hampton Supervisor James 1
11 1earsou Itcpl Town Clerk V J lost
Hep JustlCK U Clarence Topping liemI I
IsllpBuixmlbOr William H Young Demj
Mnithtowu Supervisor Theorem C Smith
llepl Huntlngtou Bunervlaor George Si
Tlloaton Dom lat Hamptonhuiiervhor
Uuorce A Miller Fusion rioutholu Henry
A beeves lIon llabylon Suporviaor O If
lllcljy Bon Jlircihuaa Supervisor John U
rerkinudtoiO The Itepublicuns will continue
in control of the Boarl of Supervisors
The contest In 1lutbusb was lively There
were three tickets the regular Democratic the
Citizens and Itipubllcatiri and the regular Ho
publicnns There wore fortythree polling
booths tills being the ilrst time that it town
elcotlon vas held under the now Ballot liefortu
an
Thfl polls were guarded bv a sound of police
Nearly lOt voters wore Inline when the polio
closed While the registration was gSOo there
were only 1312 votes polled Tin Democrats
won an J they were jubilant The results were
For Justice of the IeacoHenry JiornkamD
Dem 78l George U Case ltop1 M Town
Autditor three years Henry Look Dem bOl
fortwo yearn John 1 Beardo Dcml Boa tv
J Wcedon tltetl 425 Auditor for one year
U J Yanderreor Dem lli Matthew Sbeer
pint liep 4th
In Gravcsend the election proved to be the
tamest ever held In John Y McKanes district
Chief McKane and his followers carried the
election as follows JuMce ol the rear Wil
liam J Oladdliig 77K Julia McMann Dem
105 Town Auditor Charles C Ovonlou lieu
764 Klcburd M Ktlllnell Den 110
New Utrecht had also a iiuiot election whloh
WAS carried by tho Democrats Out ot the liUJ
VoteS polled or JustiCH of tie Peace Charles
Church the present incumbent receiver 671
For Town Auditor JHolmaa Vanlirunt Dem I
received TiSS vote
in Flatlnnds the election mainly hinged
upon the imueslion whotliorfle trusteen should
sell to the highest bldili lots in the four com
deFies of the town Thu poor puople feared
that the rich would goliblu ui > tile upland lots
and leave thorn the lowland plitceH They ral
lied In force anti BlaugbtTad Juntlce Vlllmiu
II Tbomiis Dom who had held the ofllcii for
a dozen yours and elected Con lnble John T
Ford Justie Thomas favored the trustees
proposition and Ford onp sod It The vote
stood 227 for 1prd and hit tor Thomas
Elections In Kansas
KANSAS CITV Mo April 7Tue returns from
several cities in Kansas show that the Citizens
Alliance did not cut much nf a figure In the
election excepting where It endorsed the
Democratic nominees
In tlioe places they were succesful In elect
Ing tbe Democratic nominee Ablleno Is the
only city roiorilnu a Citliuns Alllamo lctory
lleturns from Lfuienwnrlh show hInt iho on
tire lleiiilllcau ticket linfi I eon eolert This
Is the first Kopubllcan victory for MX tears
t1
theru
At Lanrcnce tie lcpiiblnnl were also e ire
cesRful They oloiinit their lull ticket with
the exception of two mombnrHof the Council
elected by the Citizen Alliance
At Clay Center tbu Itppiiblloann deonted the
Clllens Allliince at Wlciulft the DomocratH
carried everything At < liuon eleciH llupub
llcan ofllcers and Onthe n mixed Bet ot
ullcerB With the KepulillcuiiH III cunlrol
At Ottawa all thu imrtles comblnud against
lbs Itepublieaus but the latter Weie succoaslul
The OcmacritlH Ilefnileil ut Krnnlar
Iulinern Home
BrniNanyin III April 7The Keptibllrans
of Springfield tire jubilant over tutu daleit ot
the Democrat at the home nf Senator Ililmor
Tun city ol hprlngllelj IIIIB oleiteil llbennaT
Lawieneelllop Mayor oer Churle K 1 hay
IDoml I hvJUHuirijoriiy The Duinncrata elect
the City Clerk City Attorney mid City frets
urer but the lleuublicaua iiiuks a gain in
Aldermen
451 VSEMKN1
The Mniargl IRate Vole dab
The third and lost concert ot this season WM
given yesterday evening in Chickening Hall br
the Musurgla Society under Mr William Ik
Chapman Miss Ida Klein formerly ot the
Metropolitan Opera and the Fhllharmonlo
Club assisting as soloists
Mr Chapmans programme was lost night an
exceedingly interesting one to the merit ot
which two compositions of his own Dream
land and a Serenade contributed largely
These were both male voice choruses com
posed for and dedicated to the Musurgla
The nrntnomed Is a spirited allegro move
ment with some Intricate harmonies wnlch
after certain perplexed wanderings resolve
themselves calmly into the original key It is
dIfficult to sing but the club accomplished U
admirably as they did also the more reposeful
Serenade that formed a pleasing contrast
to Its more stormy forerunner
Aftir several pretty selections played with
perfect taste and nicety by the 1bllharmonlo
Club with the usual result of extreme delight
among their audience the concert continued
by a most worthy composition by F lilller a
cantata lor soprano solo and male chorus
called Easter Morning This was accom
panled by piano organ and the Fhllharmonia
The rendering was earnest and excellent
and the work commends Itself as one < > f
tilt most effective of the entire male vole
repem tory
In the second part ot the concert a sweet
trltle Irma Abts prolific pen and a popular
piece played by the 1hlluarmonlo Club con
taining K zither obllgato given tastefully by
Mr Eugene V iiier the renowned flutist were
chiefly ruoyed and applauded bv tho listeners
Tim rilgrim March from Tannhatiser
made a dignified ending of an unusually
agreeable concert
Mr Arthur Frldlielm
Mr Arthur Fridbelm though the circum
stances attending his first concert were au
Hpiclous enough did not then have extended
oiiportunlty for displaying all bis powers asu
pianist Tor this and other reasons lie pro
poses giving a series of four recltaln In Recital
Hall corner of Fiftyseventh etreat and
Seventh avenue
The llrst of these took place yesterday after
noon before agon1itlzetl audience the others
are to follow on the afternoons of Aurll in t4
and 17 nt Hi oclock a rudely early afternoon
hour by the way
Yesterday Mr Frlodhem begun his pro
gramme as ho will do en two RubBtmuent ocoi
ideas by his own arrangnmentot extracts from
the works of Wagner Ha then attacked with
vigor and precision lleothovonB Kouuta Opus
111 which bristles with dimeultles
In this as In lieethovens M Varlatlono and
in the last movement of Cnonlnt beautiful II
minor Sonata Froidheltn discovered much ot
that technique which rumor and reputation
had accredited him with
He undoubtedly has Immense strength nt
arm and llngar frequently n marvellous dex
terity which could only come irom Incessant
Immeasurable nraetlco mIni In great number
the attributes of a pnlendld virtuosi
On tim other hand ills pliying Is generally
devoid of mntnettem ami charrnas Is his per
Bonalltv both show evidence of too sIngle an
attention to mere technical slimly and ton lit
tIe cultivation ot imagination and Poetry Ot
spiritual ohseuco there is but a trace in Ms
wf seems to have lost In mechanical effort
nil fnnio of thin higher thought itnd Inner
meaning or the eomposItloiiH he interprets
Neither mochanism nor Boutiment were
good In Chopins A flat Etude Tho notes
were blurred and run together and the rcn
derlni dry fUll nmnotonons liii was true
nlno of th companion study In F minor thougli
the sonata which followed WHS better done
with considerable pmoothnox nnd delicacy
1rledlielm l Is nt bin best In fuene mQvntnonta
Winre different voices 011110 in onn after tile
other ho brings thniu forwnrl with learnees
nna prenldlon Why does ho not nlay liach
nmong other thing Ho Is alo nvlilontly nt
home In JSVH writing nid play bin gaudy
phrases with anlninb nnd dniih On April 14
the recital will bd wholly iron Liuztn com
liositiohIs
Fred Mweder the Ilm rlBlit Dylns
Fred Mneiler the playwright Is very low at
his home lll liftt llltb street with cancer of
the stomach His luothor snld yesterday that
ills bath was only n iiueMlon of n law bourn
I that his physician had nivon up hole >

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