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7U:!A - g - - - - - . . . - . . , .. .,. . . t.7,'fc..,i ',,m t T ' '' i i i i ' Ht" SENATOR SHERMAN'S BOOM. kmmmmm' rutsxit.irB n r. Ann or it up atal. K bany and may ueab more. mWMMWU'I Ir ih" Antl.IInrrteon Men Can't Innate Mr. B'BHH'': Iltnlnx (o Itnn, JibaRbcniu la the Next KHaHv-Xfi' MunXlier'U'llI Turn To, and Pretty Soon. BJHHhV AiJUNr, May Ck William Barnes, grandson ,): 'EMyA'.i of Thurlow Word and Republican Btato Com- Bt4 vHM mlitcomnn from Albany. Intimates In doublo Hf. wBvj'I loads In tils paper, the Journal, this afternoon. Kr' Hi1,; that tho nntl-Hnrrlson men In New York have LaVi ' f iiottcd on Senator John Shorman as their can- '' M-iff.. dldalo for tbo Ilopubllcan nomination (or K$ ilo 1'redilcnU H0 m w M& It wni vary plainly intimated last night that B 'IVvt there was n good donl ot truth In tho an- Hy' t-wH nouncomotit made by Mr. Ilarnos, but that ho K- i ;?'' had boon a trlflo indlscreot in springing It. LB"' B" m' T'10 PBulat"' of Mr. Elalno has never LBr I'll ,,con auostlonod, and thoro Is no doubt r? niv tiat ' th t'corotAr'r f Bta( u th aT bIB first cholco ot tho anti-Harrison llopubllcan.s. Lakv Hi 1 Thoro Is, howover, b contingent oven of Mr. 'Ef Blaine's bost (rlonds in the State who ballovo Bi Pi thiv he should not hove written his letter do- v wl dating thathls namo would not bo presented H ' 1 tuo Minneapolis Convention. There aro pB f i. others ot lnfluonco who Insist that Mr. pBjJV fi i Dhlno should bo nominated In spite ot his mW Jif. ? letlor. These aro the mon who dopro- B f-p xi ' calo tho course ot Russoll Harrison. LaSe h V "10 FrcHldent's son. and others close to tho Pft PS'11' Harrison Administration who aro taxed with PB - 3. circulating tho reports ot Sir. Llnlno's mw Ir ' sorluus illnoBS. Borne ot young Mr. liar- K& : ' rifion'a recont utterances to Now York Hr V?' ''' Btato Republicans liavo boon ot o very 1H ft', , out'pokon sort, and ho has bosn roundly V lit criticized for them. Moreover, they 'have boon V fr repeated to Mr. lllnlno. and tho Moinn states- ; it' mun.who has boon soon In many publlo places g Jft In wanlitnirton of late, hat expressed to per- EH- sonal friends his croat annoyance at thoso re- ?S - a hat antl-llarrlson forces from New York K r Btalv, Pennsylvania. .Ohio, and the silver 5. c Btnti'H nro liont upon dofoatine the l'rosldont s P renomlnntion at Minneapolis thoro can be no ;.'. -d ' doii'.t whntevor. Tliey ileclaro that tholto- Jt liiibtifaii party cannot win with Harrison. ;' . 'I'lioy urn ready and anxloim to demonstrate Hc w ( thW at Minneapolis. Tho liattle.thcso menln , r' i Hint, iuu-tIjoniii(loinNew York. Pennsylvania. fA ri ' Ohio, ami Indiana. The dominant elomont la a. fc V New lUrkundl'i'iinsylviinln bellow unrusorv H3 iV cdly. and mi declare, that Harrison cuiild fe ' not Will, and upon theso two States ' ft'. tho V.itlunal llepulilicun Committee has rcllod . rt vhli-lly for campaign funds. Ohio is divided !r n(,Minst the l'roaiilont, and, although tho r, JIV lo "slirs havo been liibtructml for tlio l'resl-L-- if. lont. them nro many in Indiana familiar wltli r ft, - tht hltuatlon who are poMtlvo that tho Preal ..' jlj i (leiiteunnot curry hla State. ' iS, . Tim question with tho antl-Hnrrlnon men v ra , whu nro shortly to gatlior in foreo in Wn9h- Hf ft' i Inn! :i i-. " Whocan win if llarrlsoncunnotV" - ; Tin ninjiirlty of thoso men beliovo that Mr. -- i'', Jilalne can lead tho O.O. I', to victory, ahoiild f1 ft ho emphatically decllno to make tho race. ; t tho infl-llnrrlBon men bollovo that Joliti ', ,:,' lilioriouii is tlio Doxt most popular Ko '.v 3s, publi'Mii In tho rountry. Tnoy remark . ff H that ho ha been iilentillod with tho party 'i ;. from IiIh youth, that ho mnilo oneof the creat H w-, OHtt icri'tiuleiof tho TreaRiiryin thellst; thnt ;.' v . the l'latt ami Millor wings of the party In Now -; K ' Yorl. t-tnto would unito harmoniously on his ''- t, nanu'. and that Fornkor and all tho B.V v anti-Harrison men of Ohio would rally ?; t v around him. It is very woll known r g .-that tho relations of Honntorfihorman with V ? , Bomo of tho men mentioned have not In times rl a past i(n particularly congenial, but nil these mil Ei " broaches Imvo otther boon heated or are being tf li- healnl at this moment. t K In a vcril. tiio antl-llarrlson men oppose '( V tho I'rohlilont'H ronominatlon on the ground m '('. k that he is not a winner. They believe that "& H olthi-r lllalno or Hhnrman canwln.und thoy J5 R nro 'n- n winnor every time, liopubllcans '.- Fs Xamllmr with the situation In New York. Ohio. W&. !$, nnd In liana have no hesitancy in Baying that F w should their counsels bo disregarded nt Mln- g, neapfllls the G. 0. 1'. Is doomed to deront. i V 'Tiii.ro'll be no child's play in the coming i'j' gs battle." said a chleltalnlastnlght. "Harrison ,.V- n i. cannntwin. Wo must havo either EUlne or 37 a Bhorman." " cj If Thofle who bellove that Harrison Is tho com- M" s ing man at Minneapolis point out tho Ilepub- m'S m ! llcnn I'lntoH that aro now Instructing for tho ' S? Presldciit. With those Mates and tho tiouthern u f K doleg.itus thoy boltevo that tho President's "'- K i renomlnutlon is already assured, and that :ft ?-! i; once lie is nominated tho dissenters will tall sSL fe 3C Into lino. Hut will they? This is one ot the ET ft? r conundrums that Is puzzling the party loaders. Kg1, E '" ! ILLINOIS nBPCBLICASS. 'g! t ';: ,' flor. Flfer lUnOBlDatcd-narrlsoa the ? Choice or ths Conventlod. $ BprasopiEtD, May 5. Tho second day's ses- "V VI ' ' 'on of t,la Kopublican Stnto Convention ' S & oponed this morning. Tho Committee on Per- l' f; manont Organisation reported In favor of tho J i following pormnnent officers: Chairman, A. J. J I1 Hopkins, nnd Secretary. Charles A. Partridge. . ? The committee on delegates and alternates J . nt largo to tho National Convention and eloct- .'; s r ors at largo reported the following namos: t' Delegates at large-Sholby M. Cullom. Itlch- fi J ;" axd O. Oclosby, Josoph T. Cannon, Dr. Josenh ft ;S '-,' Bobbins. James H. Gilbert, Miles Kehoe, K p P Georgo B. Swift, and Snmuol n. Itaymond. F K. l Alternates nt largo Thomus Vernon, B. O. X K , Jones, Richard M. Skinner. J. 8. Whitman. Z f William D. Preston. William E. Kent. Nells K V f 'Jnul and EB. Gould. d Hi I Electors at largo-Oon. W. a KuoHnnr. WI1- 55 E t llam Garrett, John W. E. Thomas, and Madl- & k :' Bonlt. Harris. S ft ? After a brlof discussion the roport as read fc & Si, Wasadoptod. 'if pK S Nominations for Governor bolng In order. S fr i Benator Kerrlck of Bloomlngton placod in II n nomination Joseph W. Mfcr. Tlio otlicr can- T li 5, dldatos placod In nomination wero Horaco 5 i Clark. Joel JL Iongeuoekor. nnd Col. 11. l V, S' i Marsh, llufore tho roll call was completed it -t U' boeamo evldont that Hrerwouldbonoinluateil ft, ft . With a margin of sovoral hundred votes to $ $ i spare. Tim ballot resulted : FUit.IU I; I,onge- $ 1 rieokur. IL'0: Clark, li.l; Hunt. 51: Marsh. ;)0. K S.' The nominution otFlfor was inmlu unanimous ,-K aj f by a rising vote, uud the Convention wont wild U , with enthusiasm. The Governor was notllled gs si K of his nomination, and escorted to tho hall. wtfcf M ' J ?B rosponso to ropoated doinands fur a c reeeh Mss W ? he addressi'dtlie Convention and thanked the R7 m delegatus and tiio pcuplo of Illlnolh for the m&- S it (pnorous srmnnthy nnd mini ortnciMirdeilhlin. mff; m '- TJ) ticket was completed as follows: I.ynian K D. Hay, for Lloutonant-Govornor: Isuao N. mi' m w Pearson, for boeiotnry ot State; Gen. o. w. Rv B is ' favey. for Auditor: Henrv 1. Itertr. forKtate fi' 9 Vrensuror. and Georgo w. Prlnco for Attor- f la 'l aey-Genoral. 6 m f' Tho platform attributes tho present prop v m li perlty of tho nation to tho policy of protection r,'( K it , ot tho llopubliean patty ns oxprussod in tbo lit m i S McKlnloy tariff law; endorses President Har ifi m k fton. nnd instructs tlio delegates nt largo to wc 5 ' Klvotholr support for his roromlnntloii: e. Sc m 'l . Presses admiration for Socrotury Illilno'n ff, vv )' trilllant conduct of tho Stnto Depart ik m U f mont; opposes tho froo coinage of silver; K t?'j oondomns ballot-bot frauds: favors tho nun-P',- 'V llirosslonof trusts: demnndnthoostabllshment K& ft ' a postal tolograph and teiiiplmno systam L?' '. I under tho direct control of tho Pontnl Depart- &. & f jwontof thoOovnrnroont: urges tho establlsh- K' 1 :; i .rnentof a nntional Denartmont of Labor for MX' M' , i.tne conservation nt tho bopt Interests of K f Amerloan workliigmen. and endorsos tiiand- Kf k -t j Bllnlstrntlon of Gov. l'lfer. Wtl:"' MmWS ' .The delogntos at largo and altornatesand 'it Br lectora ot largo prosoutod liy the committee '1 F t were made tho nominees of the Convention. iMf I r; Ooorgo a Wllllts and Itlolmrd Yates. Jr.. Mf m i Were nomlnatod for Congressmen at large. Cw iv. K A IilO ZIAJOUITY VOIl JJILU 4P f 'f' 9 4 e"1' Xlsbt Tate for t.'lsvrland U This Se. I 1 battue Club. J,'. R ' Four membors of tho BubIi I.Itorary Society gf H ot tho Nlnotocnth ward dobnted this resolution W$- HFt ; I n,ht ln fhccnlx Hall. In South Eighth i$Y JHF-!' etroet, Wllllamsburgh: S,? 'JW'" ' liwofmf. Tht Dtia IKDIKtt IIU1 ll pref.rbl I '' ' P"mocrilcI,riiJeotllcnai(ltotoOroTor CUh1d4. ';" Tf ? The hall was woll flllscl. It was announced ,V 7 .. baforn tho opening of, tho dobato that a veto j., II ' would bo takon on tho rotolutlon and that '' ; women could votons well as men. Hermans. ,Vi 1) ;' Unchrnch and Max lllllliigholnicr took the ?' M 4 alllrinutlvo end of tho nrgmncnt nnd com- X i pletnly Knocked out tliolropponents, Bonjamin i, I KoIIIhcIi and W. K. l'leltard. Tho votu wan f praitlcnlly unanimous for Hill, only eight H' K hands going up for Clovolnnd. 1'JrnCommls- ',v.i t ftonor KnnlR nnd Aldcrmnn W. MeKoo we ro if liuerostodllstouers. lioth voted for the Ulll it i-tt'akora. ,-i Dstrgiite to Oamba. g The old hobby of tho platform of tho Farm- ft', etb' Alliance adopted nt the Ht. Louis confer- U'S U' enco was gravely trottod out at a oonvontlon 3' 'f delegates of various trades who assembled I ft8 ?,1'i(ftn1i!0iriV&?,n,,8!'r,.,t n meeting In Cen B 55s '"ll ''nil, H f etfhlrty.i.oconi street. Out B ji i. several hundred unions to which tho call I' SI nr tho convention had Uen sent, only I hlrty. I ?j iinoMutdo!ccntos. A committee of twenty It 1 - four was appointed to make arrangement for E SB- fending delegate to the National Convention 8 rli In umnha, Neb., on July 4. K fir Htvtr before eouti Dnt (umliott t bH o okun u I Li t- w of Utergt a KUbi 0,ltu st. ul u Tii. amniesoTA 'ruRPvnucAx. They ara ITowllna: for Blalna' ana lactst lpoa lit Namlnatloa, . Bt. Paui, Mar 0. The Republican State Convention met nt 11 o'clock this morning. Senator C. K. Davis was unanimously choeon Chairman. The usual commlttcos wore ap pointed nnd adjournment takon until 1:30 P. M. This afternoon, otter tho Commltteo on Platform had reported, Senator Davis made a ringing spocclu , . , Tho platform endores protection and reci procity: calls for legislation to bring about an international agrcoment fixing a ratio between gold nnd silver: favors decreased roproscnta tlon for soctlons whore n freo ballot Is denied, nnd eulogizes tho Administration of Presldont llnrrlson. . , . Tho Convention was uproariously for lllnlno from (itnit to flnlh. JLvorv mention of tflp Mnlno mnn's nnma.was a signal for dele gates to throw uiitlu-lr hats, shout, and pound tho floor. Tho delegation named will bo for Harrison only In the, contingency that Minnesota's oightoen slinll heo that lie Is cer tain ot tho nomination without It. W. Honry Kustls of -Minneapolis made n spooch. In which ho said: "If tho Republican party In Conven tion nt Minneapolis falls to tiamo James ( lllnlne. It will mnkoii grave nilstakn. Ho will not reluso to heod his party's calL If the Con vention insists upon nominating, him. ho will accept tho standard placed In his hand and pilot us to victory." . ..... ..,, Thesii remarks cloctrlflod the Convention and ci nited u great denl of commont Ills Keiieially liellovod that they worn inspired by benntor Washburn, who lsn close, irlond or Mr. lllaine. Tho rour delegntes at large und tho fourteen chosen by districts this woek aro all for lllalno. and will vote, for him on tho opening ballot, nlthnugh thoy will go to Minneapolis without instructions. The dele gates chosen nro John B. llllshury. ox-Governor of tho Mate: Stanford Nownl. tho 8t Paul lawyer: Frank Aday. editor of the Martin county .-ci(in. nml I. B. Daughorty, State Senator from Duluth. . , The only light of tho day came when Blaine and Harrison men clashed on tho matter of a National Committeeman., llobort O. Evans of Minneapolis, who now holds tho place. Is nn nrdont Blalnn innn. nnd asked for reappoint ment. His oppononte put up Stnndford Nowel or St. Paul. A row ensued, and the namo of the St Paul man was withdrawn. KANSAS 1LEFVSL1CJNS. They Kadorae llarrlson and Choose Iacnlls to Head Their Dclesatloa. HtrrcniNsoif, Kan., May 6. The Republican Btato Convention was held horo to-day. J. K. Cubblson of Kansas City was permanont Chairman and T. W. Walton ot Lincoln Secre tary. The resolutions adopted oxpressod sor row at tho Ions to tlio State and party of Sen ator Preston B. Plumb: demanded an amend ment to tho Inter-State Commcrco law to pro hibit discrimination ln freight rates: urged moro stringent legislation against Immigra tion ot pauper foreigners: reaffirmed adhe ronco to tho platform of 1888 In favor of pro tection, and included tho following silver resolution: "That wo urgo the passage ot such laws as will lni'reu!.a the coinage of silver, looking to tlio colnngo of the production ot our own mines us soon as it can bo douo without Injury to tho business interests of tho country. And thnt wo approve tho efforts of the present Ad ministration In seeking the cooperation of the principal commercial nations of the world ln bringing silver to parity with gold as tho cur rency ot tho world." No instructions wore given to the delegation to tho National Convention, but the following resolution endorsing Harrison's Administra tion wasadoptod: , , "Thnt us l'rosldont Harrison's Administra tion has Loon eminently sound and ablo and has so strongly commended Itself to tho busi ness Interests of tho country, the Itepubllcans of Kansas stand united for his ronominatlon nnd election." For Congressman at largo cx-Gov. George T. Anthony of Ottawa was nomlnatod. Tho Convention elected six delegates nt laigoto Minneapolis. lCx-Senntor J. J. Ingalls was elected by acclamation to head tho dele gation. Tho other delegates aro Calvin Hood. mporin: C C JameHlcolerod). Lawrence; L. A. Bigger. Hutchinson; E. C. Llttlo. Abilene; A. H. tills. Beloit. HISCONSIN IIWUBLICAKS. They Wont Namti a State Ticket Till Fall Harrison Endoraed. Milwaukee. May G. The Republican Btato Convention met bore this afternoon. Al though tho Democratlo Convention placed a full State ttckot In nomination yesterday, their opponents to-day simply electod delegates to Minneapolis, and the Convention forthe nomi nation of State officers will not be bold until fall. Tho Convention chose delegates at largo and alternates as follows: Delegates at large. John C Spoonor. Henry C Payne. Lucius Fair child, and Isaaa Stephenson ; alternates. M. A. Thayer. John Ituku. Itobort McMillan, and H. D. Smith. H. C. Thorn of Madison was electod Chair man of tbo State Central Committee by accla mation. Tlio platform endorses Presldont Harrison's Administration in tho following plank: " The Republicans of Wisconsin in Conven tion assembled, record with pride their un qualified npprovnl of the Admlnstrntlon of President Harrison ns Btrong. efficient, patri otic, and exceptionally freo from scandal and wastefulness. Tho McKinloy bill Is endorsed and tbo pres ent House of ItepreRontath es is denounced ns lnefllciontand parsimonious. On tho Mlvor question the plnttorm says: " Whllo wo favor tho use or both cold nnrt silver ns, monoy metals undor conditions which shall gunranteo their circulation at a continuing nnd su bstnn tlnl parity with each other; undor existing circumi-tunco nnd conditions wo nro unalter ably opposed to tho free und unlimited coinage of hllxor. "We favor an amendmont of tho fillvor act of 1800 which shall vest In the President, whenever in Ills judgment public Interest shall demninl It, power to suspend or diminish until tlio further action of Congrosf.. the purchnsoof sllvor bullion undor said net." The educatlonnl plank Is a complete roversnl of tho party's former policy, nnd is us follows: " Wo regard tho educational issue of 18IK)ns permanently settled In tills State, not to b re vived in any of its phases by tho Republican party." VHLD1CIS A RUSII TO G 01131 AN. . N JUarylnnd lender ttetlinc Kendr for the fecanfor's Nomination at Cbleugo. Balttmohf, May 5. Congressman Rusk had this to say to-day on tho political situation: " Mr. Gorninn'n namo will not bo presented to tlio Convention from Maryland. My opinion Is that when It Is found inexpedient or lmpos slblo to select Mr, Cleveland us tho standard be.irer. Senator Corman's namo will bo pre sented from sonio quarter, nnd thore will bo Mich a spontaneity of ontliuslasm in his dlroo t ion that tho fecictailos of the Convention will llnd It impossible to count tho votes that ulll pour In for him from all directions." Koi-uro Is Congressman Coirjpton that Ben ctorGorninn Is tho coming m.in thnt hobos announced that ho will not Ln a candidate for a renomlnntlontoCoiigresH, HewantHto goto tho Senate whon tho Maryland Senator outers tho White Uouso. CAN'T nooat UAnrtltOS HEBE. The Uti Who Would I.Ike To In the Ninth District Give It Up. A corporal's guard of discontented Admin istration men gathorod at tho rooms ot tho Ninth Assembly District Republican Club. I Abingdon square, last evening and sorrow fully viowod tho wreck of tho $C0 Harrison transparency nnd tho f 100 cloctrlo light whloh thooillcelioldlnglmomburs of tho club had m.nloon Vudncbdny night. "It a no use." said one of tho gentlemen In a dcBpondlng tone. ,' Turn Piatt and Postmaster Van Cott nro bound that there shall bono Har rison sentlroont expressed in this olty. and they are responsible for tho b.innor bolng torn down. It would be torn down ugaln If it were raised." (Chalraian Ellison Will Bcslxn. Richmond. Va.. May 5,-Major J. Taylor Elll son ot this city. Chairman ot the Democratlo State Committee, has addressed a letter to State Benotor Basil B. Gordon announcing his Intention to resign tlio Chairmanship of the commltteo nt tho coming Stalo Convontlonon May 10. Chairman Ellison urges Mr. Gordon touccopt the pliico, Basing h only accented tho ofllco .until Sir. Gordon could iuimIii his health. .Major Lllison's record Ins been bril liant. Under Ills management (inv. MuKlnnuy was nlectcd over Miihuno by a majority of over 40.CJO votes. J.vory Congress district In tlio htiito Is now represented urn Demociat, and there were only six Republicans in tho last Legl6luture. luuy .Elected a JJelreuto lu right 3: limits. Nkw Cabtj.k. Pa,. May .'..The sixty Republi can delegates, II f Icon each from tho counties of Butler, Reavor, Mercer, nnd Lawrence, mot In District Convention In White Hall at 1:40 o'clock to-day, and eight minutes later had. ndiourntnl, having olected by acclamation tho Hon. M. h. Quay of Beaver and David W. Pear sou of New Castlo natlonul delegates to the Republican Convention. Tbs txrfscMd Wmr VMtlbuli li In gun u srin. elan Uitoub Usln t ths N.w iiVo.atra4uif DKLAWAtlK I.EAKB IOWAKO UAUUISOX On. J H. Wilson and Senater niaalnn Amona tba Ilclegatea to Mlnnrnpol'n. Dover, Del.. May R-Tbo Republican State Convention was called to order at noon by Chairman John Pilling, and Dr. Hiram R. Bur ton of Sussex county wa elected temporary Chairman. Chairman Durton dldnotmakoo spoech. , Senator Anthony nigglns and Gen. James il YTIIsonot Newcnstlo county. Ooorgo V Mat oy. and Dr. George W. Marshntl of Kent nnd J. Frank Bacon nnd George F. Pierce o I 'Sus sex had been elected in caucus as the National delegates. Tho platform prnlsod Harrison, and In speaking of Blaino said: , . m . ,. "In tho conduct of the foreign affairs of the eouiilry under the l'reildent nnd his great Secretary. James G. Blaine, tho notional 1 pnor and dignity have beon maintained in i tr I King oontrast to the leebloncss and pusillanimity which marked tho administration of his ure decessor." . , . Oun. Jamos H. Wilson made a appoch and re ceived an ovation. Heretofore he has not ap peared In politics, and his aotlve entry as a national delegate and a member of tho btatj Cununl Committee Is exceedingly gratifying to tlio llopubllc.ins. Ho said ho was profound y grateful for ills first political honors. Ho added: . "I am not one ot those Republicans who think tho United States havo accomplished tho full measure of tholr, destiny. I hope to seethe day when all the iingllsh-speakiug people ou tho North Amerloan continent r.ro one in Government ns thuy aro in Bpecoh nnu literature, I go oven further, and. express tiio hope that tho day will como when nil mon speaking our Innguge will bo united in one world-encircling confederation, ln which the will of tho poople will be the supromo law. and over no part of which will any mnnrulo by dlvitio right or bocauso lio was born or a kingly family." ... . j The national delegates wore not Instructed, but Harrison is their favorite. Delegates at largo are unknown In Delaware, the six dele gates being named by districts. NO VLATFOHX IS ItUUDB ISLAND. The Stata and District Coaventlona Choose JDnlegalea to Mlnnenpells. Providence. Mny 5. Muslo Hnll wn filled this morning with delegates and other Re publicans in attendance on tho Btnto Conven tion. Boniarain M. Bos worth of Warren was temporary.Chalrman. andmado a short speech congratulating tho Republicans on tholr vic tory ln electing a Governor by tho people in State olootion for tho first ttmo ln sovoral years, and declaring his faith that Rhode Island would bo Republican ln November. The name ot Presldont Harrison callod forth applause and that ot Blaino much enthusiasm. Gov. Ladd and Oov.-eloct Brown were callod upon for addresses, but askod to bo exeusod. The committee reported as follows: Dolcgatos at large W. G.Roelker. Kent county: Samuel P. Colt, Bristol county: W. M. Gregory. Wash ington county; Frank G. Harris, Newport county. District dolcgatcs-First. Charles Fletcher and Isaac L. Goff ; Second. Houry A. btonrns and Edward A. Thayer. Resolutions wore Introduced denouncing the outrages to colored people In tho bouth, but too lato for action by tho committee and were not reported back for adoption. . The Second District Congressional Conven tion was called to oadcr immediately by Chair man Walter A. Reed ot Gloucester. Honry K. Trnpko of Pawtuokot was temporary Chair man. The First district Convention was called to order by Isaaa L. Goff. Chairman of the Dis trict Committee. Josoph U. Starkweather was elected chairman. No resolutions or platform were adopted at tho Btato or Congressional District Conven tions, the platform adopted at the rocent btato Convention being taken as tlio sentiment ot the party. MIL MACLEAN OUT Of TAMMANY. Dropped Znat Nleht From tun Srventh Dis trict Boll for Noa-pnxnient of Pats, Police Commissioner Charles F. MaoLoan is no longer a member of Tammany HalL He Was dropped from tho General Committee for the Seventh Assembly district at a mooting held in the house ot tho Iroquois Club at 4 West Thirteenth stroot on Wednesday even ing. Non-payment ot dues was the reason given. Alfred J. Murray presided at tho meet ing. Chairman and District Leader Bernard F. Martin. Commissioner ot Jurors, moved Mr. MaoLean'a expulsion from tlio organization. A long list of delinquent membors was read by tho Secretary, showing Indebtedness In various amounts up to 30. When tho Ms and Commissioner MacLoan's namo wero reached. the Secretary announced in a loud voice that Mr. MioLean owod the considerable sum of $XL Leader Martin arose and interrupted tho rending of the list with amotion to drop Com missioner MacLean from membership In tho orginizntion. which wns with prompt unan imity ndoptod. Of all the lone: list of delin quents Mr. MacLean was the only ono to suffer. Commissioner MncLean became a member ot tho Seventh District Tammany Hull Gen eral Committee about four yonrn ago. and was soon afterward nppolnted Police Commissioner by Mayor Hewitt- Roeently he lias oted in opposition to tho Tammany Halt membors of the Police Board on most matters which camii before It for considoiatlon. Whon l.o joined Tammany Hail ho rosliled nt the Now York Hotel. Ho Is now a resident of the Twonty thlril Assembly district Commlsxlonor MacLean was soen nt tho Manhattan Club Inst evening, but tefused to nlsruss tho subject of his expulsion from tho Tummany Hall political organization. BRADLET SUALI.UY IOB GOVEBNOB. Ths Vermont Democrats Name m State Tteltet anil JCIrct Convention Delegates. Montteliee, Mny . Tho Hon. Btephon Shurtleff was Chairman of the Vermont Demo cratic Convontlon to-day. At the uftornoon session T. J. Boynton ot Montpcllor moved thut tho Convention pro coed to elect n State Commltteo ot one from each county, theytooloctthoirchairman. This was discussed thrco hours and a ballot was tiien takon. r.77vote being cast. Tho Atkins faction had :UH: nntl-Atuin. SiU. John II. r'ontor of Montpoller nominated for Govornor tho lion. Bindley II. Smalley of Bur lington, nnd the nomination wan made unanimous by n rising vnto, O. A. Marshall Was unanimously nominated for Lieutenant Governor, but declined to serve, and Georgo M. Dearborn was numed in his stead. Thcso nro tbo btato delegates to Chicago; Dr. D.J. Hanrahan of Rutland, John Robinson. Ben nington: .!. Henry Jnckson. Barro; Col. N. li l'oUom. Linden. Tho resolutions wero for tariff retorni. Tho resolutions, express their npnrovnl of Cleveland's Administration, although not pledging their delegates to Chlcugo to any candidate. West "Vlrilnln far Harrison. Mahtesdubo, W. Va , May D. Tho Republi can Stnto Convention to select dolcgatos at largo to Minneapolis adjourned this evening. It was largely attended and enthusiastic. H was callod to ord or by A. W. Flomlngof Fair mont, who was oloctea permanent Chairman, The following woro choson delegates after a hard fight: Tlio Hon. C. Burdotto Harr.Wheel Ing; the Hon. T. li Davis. Grafton: Col. J, D, Jlowltt, Kanawha: tho Hon. J. A. Hutchinson, 'nrkorsburg. Tho rcHolutlons ndoptod endorsed tho Ad ministration und tho MnKlnluy bill. Tim re jection of Gen. Goff ns tlovcrnorln J8rM was denounced. Although tho delegation wns un Instructed, all aio Harrison men uud aru Plas tically ploiluuil to Harrison. Tho Hecond Congros District Republican Convention was nisi, hold horn to-day tonnrnl natodlhtrlcr delegates to MlnnonP"liH. Pror. I.C. White of Morgantowu and tho lion. Georgo M. Rowers of Martlnsburg woro chosen. Both are for Harrison. republicans Have a I.ale Session In Vlrgln'n. Roanoke. Vo.. May 5.-Gen. Mnhone called the Republican Slnte Convention to order to day. Ho wns greeted with cheers. Tho ap peal ancoot Bowdon of Norfolk nnd Lnngstun of Petersburg was also grm-ti'il with nppl uio John J. Doi or of Mnutlrtniptnii proposed tliroo cheers for Harrison, which wdiu given with a tiger. . tien. Mahono s.ilil that tho South was op. posed to tho popular free school system. Tho Democrats m Mrglnln had lieoii tillllng with tho Mute debt for ten jear nml had not passed one law foi the welfare u( tho Male. After a temporary organization thoro was nn adjournment to tl o clock-. Tho Chair did not rap for order In tho ovenlng until alter 10 i) clock. A long dUcusslnii over Hie rnpnrt of thu Committee on Ciedciitiuls followed, and oxcltomout run liUh ior oor un hour. JYnm?d Jr'nr Congress, Xenia, Ohio, Mny 0. Tho Republicans of the Sixth district this morning on tholO.'td bullot nominated G. W. Hullck of Clermont county for Congress to succeed Robott li Doun, j,t... - ACCIDENT OS tHUaANXA TK. A. Train dun Through a Trll-aTem Killed nnd 1'tftcen Injured. Keokbr. la.. May d-The Now York espress on tho Binta Fd rood, which lolt Kansas City last evening, went through n trestle cast of MdlIL Mo., at nn early hour this morning. The entlro train, with tho oxccptlon ot the rear slcopor, went down Into ft stream, fear fully swollen by Irist night's storm. Tho fol lowing rorsons wero killed: John C G rones. Macon, Mo, Luthor Cornelius. Klrksvllle, Mo. Lon Mnrkol. Kansas City, Mo. a E. Berkley. Wostport Mo. Unknown woman and two chlldron. Tho Injured arc: William Adams. Yorkshire Kng.; Mrs. Jano Hosoy and W. M. Isham ot Rlvorslde. 111.; J. a Winslow. UC. Cowling. N. Lancaster, and II. M. Cutler ot Chicago: J. F. nartgen. Roadlng. Pa.: W. Allen and Mrs. li T.Allen, Athens, Pa.; Robert Bhultz. Lexing ton Junction. Mo. ; Express Messenger A. Ru ban. Brnkoman Martin Regal, an Italian wom an and little child woro also injured. The wrecked train wns No. 4. known ns tho California Express, and loft Kansas City at 5:25 P. M. yesterday. The train was running at nn ordinary rate of spood when It reached a trestle brldgo near Rovero, twenty-three miles west of Fort Madison, ntl o'clock this morn ing, Tho .heavy rnlns had undermined tlio trestle and tho bridge wns slightly out of plumb. Tho engine had reached the cast end of tho bridge whon the structure tottored nnd fell, piling the cats and couches ln a heap thirty-six foot below. Tho wrockod train consisted of ono Pullman Blooper, ono tourist sleepor, chair car. passon gor coach, and baggage car. As soon ns pos sible tho train orew hastened to tho nsslstanco of tho imnilsonod passongors nnd did every thing In their powor to rosouo them from death by drowning or from tho crushed and broken timbers. Wrecking trains readied the scene of tho wrock n few hours later. The dead and Injured havo been removed to Fort Madi son, where the Injured are receiving every possible attention. BOY JUtTBDEREB FALES. Speenlntlon In Newark Abont His Fat The Hunglnc of Uoy or 18. There Is considerable speculation in Newark about the fato of tho boy murderer. Robert Al don Tales. Tho law in New Jersey sots no ago for moral responsibility except tho ago of dis cretion. If a boy Is old onough to make such a confession us young Fnlos mado, thoro Is a presumption that ho has reached the ago of discretion. In 1B2S a boy twelve years and flvo months old was convicted and hanged in the State. At tbo samo time, tho age of tho prisoner, nnd the fact that ho made an open contesslon. nro bellovod to be In his favor. Nearly all of tho money which young Fnles took from his victim. Shipping Clerk Thomas Ifaydon. has 1 eon accounted for, nnd It is probnblo that the expenditure of the rost will bo traced. He returned :KUKJ. and spent $15 for a ilfJe. 4.'J5 lor tho revolver whloh ho gave to his mother ns a birthday present, i-i.50 for cartridges. Slmj for carriage hire, $3 for tho navy can mid di rby hut, 51.75 for a pair of cloves, b5 for a ticket to Boston. tl for n rub ber cont and rubber blanket, nnd Sl.fiO for a Pipe and tohncco. Ho bought bosidos a neck tie and a suit of chenp clothes, and spent con siderable monoy In smnll sums for soda water, cigars, und othor things. MB. TAN VXKE'S BESIGXATION. Not Dot, He, Snjs, to Any Conflict with the. Princeton I'rolessorn. PiuscKTOK. May 5. The Rev. Paul Von Dyke said thls'ovcning In regard to his resignation from the Instructorshlp of Church History ln rrincoton Theological Seminary: "My rorsonal relations with tho professors of Princeton hao always been of tbe most friendly nature, and my resignation, as stated in my letter, is tho result of doetrinal opinions." "You don't bellovo that the doctrine of pre tention is essential to tho Catvlnlstio system of theology?" tho reporter asked. Mr. Van llyko said ha did not In reply to the question whether ho could subscribe to the Calvnntstlc theology ns taught nt Princeton if the doctrine of pretorition was expunged from it, Mr. Van Dyke ropliod: "lean only savtlmt I llnd no fault with my standing ns a Presbyterlau minister, and am ferfectly loyal to tho doctrines of our churoh. don't earo to enter into a discussion about my orthodoxy. That has never been ques tioned." Some of the seminary students aro for Mr. Van Dyke, and some aro against him. STEAMSUIl' MEN SUSPENDED. Ansftn Baldwin A Co. nnd tbo Produce Ex chnngn Dlsnarfe About a Grain Shipment. Tho managers of the Produco Exchange yesterday suspended Austin Baldwin .t Co.. ngents of tho Allan-State steamship line, from all tbo privileges ot tho Exchange. The mana gers havo conferred with tho complaint com mittee and tlio grain inspection committee for a weok or more nnd cntno to yesterday's decision after nu exhaustive dlcusslon. The firm refused to pay $170 In feos to the grain Inspection committee of tho Exchange, claiming that they, the steamship men. were not tbo consignees of n shipment nfgialn over tho New York Central Railroad. By tho rules of tho Exchnugo couaigneus must pay thoso fees. Tho firm doclarod that tlio grain camo to them on tho rough bills of lading for shlpmont to Europe, and II. at they woro not therefore tho consignees. Tho (halnCommlttco Insisted that tlio gruln arrived on local hills of lading. Aiihtlnllnldwin .V Co. docllned to appear be roio tho Arbitration Committee, and tlio caso was taken to tho mcnngeis. AMUSEMENTS. (lone Farewell Appenrnncen. An afternoon concert of liberal proportions will mark tho closo of tho regular musical season at ChicKorlng Hall to-morrow (Satur day), commencing at .'o'clock prectsoly. Tho performance will enlist the offorts of Mmos. do Vcro-Saplo and Soila Scalchl. thoso of Sig norl Companlnl. Bologna, and t-'apio, and thoso ofMr.VladlmirdePaclimanu. Mr, doPnchmann has chosen tho occasion as a fit ono upon which to bid along good-oy to his New York admirers, for ho sails for Kuropo at the end of tho month with no thought of returning for years. Mmos. do Vero-Snplirnnd healohrwlll ulau say uu revolr on Sntuiday to their friends, whom .they will not meot ngnin until next win tor. Among tho vocal numoors on tho very gonerous progrnmmo are works by Boothovon. Ilelllnl. Hosfdni. Vordl. Gounod. Borton. nnd Snplo, nnd Mr. do Pactimnnn's contributions are clumen from Ills Schumann, Henselt, Liszt, und Chopin rujiortolro. TJrnnls, In Place or tbe Damrosch Concert Now that Mr. Walter Damrosch has brought his season of popular Ruuday concerts to n close, tho managers of Muslo Hall, moved by many requests, havo docidod to give tho fas cinatlng Urania entertainments in placo of tho concerts. On next Sunday evening, ac cordingly, that romnrkablo spoctacioof tho evolution of tho earth, " From .Chaos to Man. ' will bo presented nt popular prices. Mr. Garrett P. borviss will give tho explana tory dlscourco as usual. Tdltor Warren, Delegate to lllononpolts, ill lug. BurrALa May 5. 0. G. Warren, proprietor ot tho Buffalo 0(iiimrrral and n district dele gate to (ho Minneapolis Cnncnt!un. Is dying J.r pneumonia. His physicians hold noonsuP niton nt nunn, nnd havo abandoned all hope. He will hardly ije through tho night. f??r?1 Set right all I ( 7 tto proper funo- Uv.J.7 t - tions nf womon- tA J e.ivj hood. Dr. Fierce' t r"IJ Fnvorito I're- " I scrlpticn is the ( rv" Tl remedy. Itrcgu- I I'Jn I btes nnd pro- 1 W ' I ii :l"'t'', tllcIr ne" U kXi I 'i'l tiwi, nnd remnviM V 1 1 I HI tbo obstruction.! , , , nn 1 siipiirosxlons which mi'jn trouble nr.d ir.lsciy. At tho two critical pcrioils in u woman's lifo tho change from girlhood to womanhood, nnd, later, Ibo " diango of lifo "it is u iicrfoctly eafo and on osjiocinlly vnluabb rometlial n;rcnt, that can produco only pond results. Its n powerful, invisorr-tlnj? tcnic, nnd a soothlr..'; nrd btrenrrthnning nervlno;nlfgjti- niato modlcins purulv vegetable, iicrfoctly harmless nnd carefully odaptcil, by nn cx- pnrieucod phyticion, to wouiaii'd dclicnto liendii. For all tbo derangements, irrcsularitios, end weaknesses ivcullar to the sex, tho " l'ttvorite ProscTlptioa " i3 a rcmaly so cer tain that it can bo guaranteed. If it doesn't give satisfaction in everv case, the monoy is returned. No other medicino tor women Is MldiathJivrv. ifo otliar raedldaa can b. ENGLISH mtMETALTXSTB. ' Ther Aro ftangnlnn that Every I-and Will Hnvn to Talto Part In tho M ovens. Loitdok. May R The blmotallists declare tholr belief thnt yesterday's action ot the-Manchester Chamber of Commerce, following sim ilar utterances on Ilia part ot London and othor commercial bodlos. in favor of England's taking part Innn intornation.il movomont for tho fixing ot a workable ratio between gold and silver, will result in tho Government bolng forced by publlo opinion to take steps In tho direction Indicated. Tho enthusiasm of tho sllvor people eoouis. howover, to have got the belter of their judgment, and It Is ovident from tiie tone of general press comments nnd interviews with business, men that thoy area little abend ot publlo sontlmcnt on tlio Ques tion, to say tho least. Tlio Liberals nro watching tho silver move ment closely. Their, organs nro already de nouncing tho blmetalllBtagitntoisascngnged Innn Insidious conspiracy to tampor with tho working, ofnnturnl laws of trado for their own personal benefit. On next Wednesday Lord Salisbury. Mr. Goscheii, and Mr. Ballourwlll together iccolve n deputation doscrlMng themselves as repre senting chambers of commerce nnd agricul ture, lntor, organlzvtloiiH, manufacturers, morchonts. bankers. Ac who will urgo upon tlio Government tho absolute necnselt)-, ln the interests of tho productive Industries, com merce, und finance of theeinpire, that It should join In ii conference to piomoto an agreement unon n broad International basis for tho un re stricted coinage of gold ami silver at a fixed ni:rood ratio. In order to secure a stable par ot oxchango and to remove the grave dangers ootinccted with tho admitted insufllcionoy of Lngland's metallic reserves. , There is nodoubtthutthoBImotallioLoasuo Is backing the deputation. 3ICKLED Jllli BBITISII LION. A Speech on Rehrlnc ) rJtlr s7p Mnch Enthusiasm. London. May 5. Sir Edward George Clarke. Conservative mombor of tho House for Ply mouth, delighted a largo Tory meeting at Bormondeoy to-night by attacking tho ottltudo of tho United States toward the Behrlng Sea question. Ho said that Lord Salisbury had shown hlmsolf eagor and ablo to protect British BUbjeots thousands of miles away against tho presumptions of American states men, and ror tills all Englishmen at homo and abroad owed him a debt ol gratitude. After referring to tho nlleged 'Uplnenessot Liberal governments under similar circumstances, tho speiker exclaimed: "Thero Is no sea in tho world where British ehlpB may. not sail. Wherever the open sea ebbs and flows tho flngof Great Britain may wavoovorhor sailors. Tor refusing to recog nize the contention of tho United states that any sen could bo closed to British ships Lord Snliniuiry merits tho admiration of all loyal Englishmen." Tho effect of this outburt was surprising. Tlio audlenco rose, shouting and cheering. Men waved their hats and women waved theTr handkerchiefs, whllo at the roar of the build ing tho pooplo t.egnn singing. "For he's n jolly good rellow." The demonstration lasted several minutes, drowning the speaker's voice three times when ho tried to resume his ad dross, when blr Edward stopped speaking tho audience cheered and applauded and shouted for more. BOBBED OF $20,000 AND A MONKEY. Veaesnelnn Tourist nave Their Pleasure Badly Marred In Pari. Puns, May 5. Sala Rubin: and his wife, na tives of Venezuela, now travelling on the Con tinent, reported to tho police this evening the loss of almost lOO.OOOfrancs and a pet monkey. Mr. Rublnl says that ho and Mrs. Rublni loft Paris on the club train, intending to cross to England. Bofora leaving the station they missed tho basket containing tho monkey, but decided to lenve without him and to tolograph to the pollco from London. Eu route to bt. Denis Mrs. Rublnl missed her hand satchel, in which she had jewolry. u letter of croditond bank notes of a totnl value of 80.000 francs. Hor husband alighted atAmlons and took a train buck to Paris, and she. after procooding to Calais, followed him thither. Thoy found no trace of tho thief or monkey at tho FarlH sta tion. On Tuesday Mr. ltublnl was robbed of a .purso containing '18.000 frnncs. Ho thinks that tlio thief, having learnod that ho carried much roady money with him. shadowed him to tho Paris station ami took tho satchel and basket whllo they sat ln tho waiting room. Sirs. Itubinl says that she let Jocko, as she calls tho monkey, out ol his basket for air. and when sho put him back did not fasten tlio cover securely. She has trained him to attack anybody touching her belongings, and sho thinks ho may havo jumped out alter tho thief when tho latter took her satchel, dragging after him the bnsket to whloh ho was chained. Tiro GIBLS KILLED BY POISON. The Police Hunting for" Fred, Who I Sup posed to Have Given Them ths Do. London. May C The police of London ore groatly puzzlod by a caso of apparent murder of two young girls by poison. The girls ap pear to havo boon of loose character. Ono of thorn was Emma 8hrlvell nnd the name of the other is not given. On April 12 notice was re ceived by tho authorities that two young girls wero In a dying condition from some unknown cause at n house in Stamford stroot, Waterloo road. LamtiOth. The girls woro carried to Ht. Thomas s Hospital. Thoy wore botli Buffering terrible agony, and tho symptoms wero those ot strychnlno Tho girl who gavo tho namo of l.mma Shrivell retained consciousness enougn to tell part of her story, which was that she and the othor girl had mot a man named Frod, with whom they bad somo previous acquaint ance, nnd thnt ho. ln tlio course of tlioir going nboiit. gave them some globules, which they swallowed, bolloving them to bo harmless. Ho loft tiiem, and soon afterward thoy be come prostrated. Tho girl wns not able to toll moro bep.ro she died. A post-mortem exam ination was held, showing thnt strychnine in large quantities had beou administered to the victims. The Inquest was deterred until to day in order togivo tho police a chance to find Fred, but they havo not yet succoeded. The Pope to the French Cardinal. Rome. May 5. The obstinacy of certain hlghor membors of the French hierarchy in antagonizing tho ropublla has so dlspleasod his Holiness that ho has addressed another letter to tho trench Cardinals enjoining in posltlvp language that thoy must not doviate from his omicabjo poiloy toward the present Government of Franco. " Stopped to I-and Six Stowaway. QUEF3JKT0WN, May fj.-The steamer City of New ork. which left Liverpool yesterday, stopped hero to-day to land six stowaways dl covored on board. ' u" Note of Foreign Happening. Tho Parnellltos ore agitating throughout Ireland for the release of Daly, Eganl I end others, . Tho Prlnoo and Princess of Wnlos went res. torday to tlio tomb ot tho Duke of Claronee und ufterward lunchod with tlio QueonT Vondorvior. n Socialist from Holland, has been ordered to leave Belgium within twenty at Orient!'1 muklne an Incendiary spooch Henry M. Stanley will be a guostotKInc L.?i,pH0.W Vext mo.nt,l'.a !l? Klnc wishes to coo suit Stanley rolatlvo to the oporatlon by the Congo 1-reo btato against tho slave traders. The object of the visit of tho Czar to Pots, dam on May 21 is said to be to nrringo for the betrothal of tho Prlnoess MarguSrlto to tho Czarevitch. The Czar has assigned the Czare vitch to tlio Amtschkoff palaco. -znre- The Grand Duke of Hosso arrived at Tots dam yesterday on a visit to his cousin, tlio Emperor, who greeted him cordinllv nt li S railway notion. Tho Ornnd Duke w llibe ou tertalned at Potsdam for a week. The raliwpy station ntDovor, England, wna burned Yostordoy afternoon. The flS Qrl2i! noted In tho lamp room, and snreml rnniHlL , the oil tanks. Tlje llro burned for ou" hours? The gonoral buildings of tho railway company and the buffet wero almost eompletel? w"Soo! out, only the walls baying boen teft stanillnir No lire was lost The club train for London was delayed three and a half hours. "'nuon FI-INT'H 7I.NE rVRMTCSE was nTr pretty In Ceilgn at now, goods of yntsT quALirr. MODERATE IN J-RICB. UNIQl'i: I.N DESIQ.S. ENDLESS IN VAItlETV. Tartlet rurntfhlnr forthe first time or replentelilnu their promt mppljr ivl'l llnj a tint to our wanrooini both a pleaMint and a prnfl.abl uwjerlallar, J'rliwi luuch lower than litrolofore. EO, V, FLINT CO., FPBNril'liE UAKBKS, lOs, XOO, AND IPS WHIT 14TH ST., WJMT oFJlTI AT, " ' ' ' ' BEST&CO Straw Hats, Sultnblo for nil ngc9, from Boys wearing kilts to young Men, nnd tlio assortment so largo and varied that all can bo correctly ilttcd. Wo call special attention to tho flno Mackinaw Hats, with silk bands, ln Yacht shtiiios and curled brims, that wo are soiling at 48cts. also Sennit Yachts at CO cts. Thnt U no other pface vliert lioyi end OlrU can U fUUd ml at veil ulth tuntMnorom liaU to Shots. 60-62 West 23d St "JVMVED EBUM A J.'OOK naadred of Mprctntoia Wline a, Toons Man's isulclde. BEnuw. May 5.-A horrible sight wns wit nessed to-day In tho Neuo-Frledrlchstrnsse. a young mnn committing sulcldo In tho pres ence ot hundreds ot spectators, by jumping from tho top of a building. Tho unfortunate youth, a olork namod Uauor.hnd for somo time shown signs of falling mind. His Insanity finally took tho shapootndoluslouto tho ef fort that he was tho son of tho Into King Lud wlg of Bavaria, who committed suicide by jumping into a lake in tho royal grounds at Alunlcli. To-day Bauer climbed to tho parapet or a house and stood thcro n long time, singing no lootlons from 'Lohengrfn.'nml shouting In coherent words to tho people who gathered bo low. A physician who lived in tlio neighbor hood and n poilaemnn enuonvored to rosouo the man from Ills perilous position, but ho re sisted nil tholr efforts, and thoy nearly lost their lives In tho attempt to reach him. Finally they succoeded in getting upon tho roof, and were about to soi7o tho miuiiac, when ho rush P.Tto,f,hS.l'dcoor!n9 Parapet, and shrieking. I will die os my father did." he sprang to the pavement and was instantly Llllod. SHOOK MIS EIST AT TUB LION. Socialist Cooper Mnlirs a, Spectacle of Htm. rlftn Trafalgar Hquare. LoNBoit. Mny 5. Bonjamin Cooper, olgar makor and Socialist who was dofeated as a oandldata for the London County Council, mounted early this morning on the parapet of the Hon ln Trafalgar square. A numbor ot men on their way to work were attracted by the spectacle and watched Cooper's nntics. A Sollcemnn onmo up nnd ordered Cooper to get own. Ho continued to climb, howover. saying that he proposed to show thut Trafalgar squoro wns opon to the public, nnd he dolled the po Icoman to arrest him. Ho wus ngnln warned to get down, but was not taken into custody. After ho had finished such remarks as he de sired to make ho descended, apparently muoh disappointed nt not finding himself ln tho grasp of a policeman. As he walked off ho shook his (1st doflnntly ln the face of the Hon. which did not soora to mind. It Is believed thore Is an organized plan on tho port of tho bociallsts to capture the square again for th purpobo of their displays. A CRISIS IN ITALY. Tfca Chamber Refuses to Pan m Tot of Confidence In th Cabinet. Bomb. May C Tho fate of the Budlnl Cabinet was sealed to-day. A 7010 of confidence ln the Cabinet was rejected after a warm dis cussion by a majority of twolvo against Budlni and his Ministers. The greatest excitement prevailed whon tho result was announced. Budlnl's fall is now Irrevocable, and any com promise that would pormltthe Marquis to re main in ofllco is impossible. The deteat Is wholly on domostlo poller. The foreign policy of tho kingdom Is not likely to change ln the (.lightest dogroe. nnd no fault has been found in this respect with Itudlnl's course It Is tho conviction that he has not prnspod tho financial issue as successfully and intelligently as ho should havo done, and that his recent efforts to improve the situation havo only mado It worse It Is not considered likely that Hlgnor Crisp! will bo rocalled by King Humbert, and nt presont tho courso ot the Ivlng Is entirely in doubt. A Cubmtn's Hfrtke In Vlenua. Vrrsjji. May 5. Tbo cabmen's and coaoh men's unions here to-day resolved to begin a gonoral strlko on Saturday morning, shortly boforo the oponlngof tlio International Theat rical and Musical Exhibition. Hotel keopers and tradesmen are appalled by tho prospect, as scores of thousnnds havo heen oxnocted to visit tho city during tho oxhililtlon. nnd It Is now feared thnt the i-trlko will keep many ot them away. Count TnafTo, Minister President, was nnponlod to yotserday to jilacato the men, and tins morning ho hail a long conference with tho Presidents or the coachmens' and cabmen's unious. Thoy demanded tho aboil tlon of tho recently made rules tor reduction of fates and more rigid ndheronco to tho established tariff, nnd said thov would oecept nothing less. Count Tnaffe declined to pledge himself to these changes and the strike was declared, Irte Tnylor. London. May 5. The Paris correspondent of tho CVironfrtesays: "Tho marrlngoof Mr. Aus tin Lee. Hcorctnry of the British Lmbassy ln this city, nnd Mrs. do Wolf Taylor, on Ameri can lady, was solomnlzcd to-day at tlio em bassy. The Marquis of Dufferin. Lady Duf. torln. and various friends wore present. Mr. nnd Mrs. Loe will pass their honeymoon ln Dijon." CONFERENCE SUES ON A NOTE. Judgment Acnlnt W. O, Wood for a Br. quext Mode by III Fnthrr, Tho trustees of tho Now York East Annual Conforenco entered judgment yesterday against W'm. G. Wood of 'J5',l Lenox nvenuo for fJ.L'O'J on a promissory note for j:i,000, dated April .'), 1KS8, nnd payable In one year, on which tho interest wns paid to April 'M. TI.eHov. T. If. Burch, oneof tho trustees, said Inst night that tho note in uuc-tloii fepro sontedpartof .iligaey tho lato JameH Wood, father of W. G. Wood. left to tho .Methodist Chuich. Together with other Miiiilar endow ments, it oriftitutes ttli.it Is known os tho trust fund, which l u;d for the boiiollt of worn-out mlni-ters niul for widows und orphans. 'i'lu note lofe; red to was taken by the ciiurcli poop e when tho ostato was settled, und on at" omit "f -Mr. V. G, Wood's llnanclul standing, it win considered a sate enough in H VMP H RE Y S ' IlL'MI'HitKy.V 8l';niIL'il aratbo rnutl of ndiicor. ryrirllcutnrreinfJr r ipeclSo for JUCU PAB TICUHK HPEAM. Tim ! nceomptUiied accordlog to a Ian aniwunceU bj Pr. llumphrcji to tbe proles ilnn tlilncllre fario.,'. and ilnce elaborated and sx Unit I lulhc uliole urir. ot till tl'llCU'ICR. ufiiiyT'iii.M-ii'Ai.M'- , ctmKs. ruicr., 1 JVrr, ' 'iiu-piii in Innainumtlnna ISA VI It i.iiui., Murm I "i. ttiinu folic ... ,tS U- 't , t -r liii'. r ih)t. vakt'lnlrit,a., .ft 4 iiliiiilxi-H , : 1 1 'I'" orAiluIl is.1 t-i i.u'ii'i''"i'i-. '' ii'l'it" ... ,'li H Srui'.il.Jn, 1 ' !'!, ticfiln ... ., fj-(rmm hcM, k iliii Utim. trut.''. v.l 10 l,iiM'ilii, III 1 ""' ' ' " itliliilioa ie. 1 1 hiiiiiiiri')it.il or I'.iltittil Icritxts ., , 5 ltf ,, I.IICH, lit. 1'll'Illii IVl tltl . 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I OP i NEWARK,N.J., MAKEtts or riNii ctrtRtAnES. ' BREAKS, VICTORIAS, ani CABRIOLETS, IN ALL SIZKS, Or T1IK I.ATIiKT rASIIIOJI. Carriacea raltatl for anil drllverol wlihont etiarr. WAREROOMS anm FACTORY Opjwilte tbs llniaJ at. atatlon D. L. and W. R. B, NEWARK, N. j. ClirlalnpUrr or llarclay Ht. Ferry. OBITUARY. j The body of the lato Mr. Lyman W. Cass of Wlnstcd. Conn., has been sent to tho Troy Cre matory for Inclnorntlon. Mr. Case was a ro- 1 markablo mnn In many ways, a man of wealth nnd boncvolonce. and n well-known free - thinker, lly profession he was a lawyor. but tho greater patt ot his life wasspuntln literary pursuits, as a maker ot books, a critic, an edi tor of newspupors. and a contributor of pro nnd poetry to many periodicals. Twonty yoara ngo ho lived in Now York city, whoro ho bad , many friends among tho bright writers by j whom he wns appreciated. In tho sketch of J him printed by the Winstod UrraW, It Is said I that it was largely through his efforts that the I American Homestead law came Into exist- n once, but he hlmsolf always said that th A original propounder of the homestead m Idea was an aged citizen named Kolsey. mt ot whom ho often spoko in terms ot affection. In his earlier life Sir. Case travelled the world over, nnd onjoyod the turmoil of time among mnny races: but for n numbor of yonrs past ho has lived quietly In his library ln Winsted, varying his studies through the exerclso of his artistic anil mechanical tastes In tho bo.tu- tifyinc or Ills ilollghtful Hlghlandl'urlt. within the boundaries ot which he recently built his homo. ilowHRii bounteous glvor In his life, but tho only institution to be bonofltod by his will .is the New York Hociety lor tho Prevention ot Cruelty to Animals. It Is a curious fact that, only a short tlmo ago, Mr. Case sent to TiiK Sun somo memoranaa for an obituary notlco of oneof his friends who has justdlod. ' nnd thnt it has thus soon been followed by this obituary notlco of hlmsolf. He loaves no family, and Is the last of his line. lie was 64 ' years old. lister L. Itoblnson. a railroad man and capitalist, died on ills ranch ln Contra Coat county. Cal., yesterday, from grip. Ho wo born ln Oxford. N. Y.. in 1821. andvsry early went Into railway engineering. He went to California In lb54. ongaged ln railroad work, and then turned his attention to hydraullo mining, making a largo fortune. He also had largo real estate Interests, including bis 8,000- , acre ranch across tho bay in Contra Costa, whero he mado his home. Ho leaves three brothors. ono in New York. His estate will amount to three or four millions. .John Stewart dted vostorday at his .home. 148 Howes street, Wllliamsburgh. ot paralysis of the heart. He was In bis eighty-eighth year, and .had, lived in IJrooHyn all his life, and for twenty-night yoara ln the house ln which he .lied. Ho was for fifty-six years em ployed at A. Wall .V Sons' ropawalk. and was eupunuiunuent moro up toa snoirumo Deroro his death. Ho was a member or the Nine teenth Ward Democratic Association, and of the bocletv of Old IJrooklynltes. A wife. A daughter, two grandchildren, and one great- grandchild survive him. His daughter Is Mrm, W. U. bhults. J. J. O'Connor, chief clerk of the Fish Com I mission, died on Wednesday at Providence Hospital. Washington, from a asvare surgical operation for cancer ln the stomach. The pa- tiont wns fully informed of the dangerous na- ture of the operation, but insisted upon its performance. Mr. O'Connor wns one of the brightest stenographers in the country, and yrns private secretary to Joseph Pulitzer when lie was in tho House ot Itepresentatlves. Addison F. Dond. aged 75 years, dlod on Wednesday ovontng in Nowburgh. He was for many years conneatod with the Mutual and i-aultaoloLitelnsuranceCompanyof New York. Ho loaves a widow and ono son, who Is mans- W.i f:or ot IJalzlol's European Naws Agency and '' ho Lmplre btate Press Association. Josoph Fennelman. a dime musoum freak I known ns tho "Fish-skinned Man." died yes- I tnrtlay in tho Jersey City Hospital. Hie body ' M was covered with scalos liko those of a flsb. W Tho doctors any his death was duo to a com- 1 idicatlon of diseasos. butchlollyto alooholism. cnnelman was onco wealthy. Ooorgo Hudson Tuttle of Tuttle A Wakefield of tho Cotton Exchange died yesterday at his residence. 110 West Forty-eighth street. Ha wns 77 yours old. and originally from Liteh ilold county. Conn. Mr. Tuttle's early busi ness life wus passod in tbo Soatn. Ho came to Now York after the war. Dr. Itutson Mnury of 252 Madison avenue diod of pnoumonla yesterday in St. Luke's Hospital in his 27th year. Ho was a graduate of Dollevue, class of 1887. The funeral will be at Ht Augustlno's Chapel In Houston street on (Saturday at 2 o'clock. The remains will bs taken to Virginia for burial. Tho Rev. Peter O'ltoilly, for twenty-nine rears priest In charge ot Ht Mary's Cathollo Church in Clinton. N. Y.. dlod on Monday of Ilright's disease, uged 04 years. He was an elder brother of tho ltev. Father I O. O'Hellly or bt. Francis do Hales Church In Utica. N. Y. Charles D. Mills died ln Hartford on Tuosday of Ilright's disease. He was an ex-City Treasurer of Dridgeport. His father was one of tlio owners of tho Parker House. Boston. He was a prominent merchant and leaves vnluablo estate. Ho was 21) years old. Th widow Eliza Callaclmn.Iwho died on I Woducfeduy at 2311 East Fifty-ninth street. was su Id to bo 100 yonrs old. Hho was born In I Ireland, and came to this country twenty-four I yenrs ugo. Sho dlod of bronchitis and debility, I Charles Harris, editor of the National Weekly. I who hat, written for many years under th . nom do plumo or uul Frotzol," dlod on Wednesday ln Chicago. Ho was 61 years of age. Christian Newman, the oldest person tn I Herklmor county, died on Monday at his horn atNolllHton, nged 100 years and 1 month. Hs was a natlo of tlio county and a farmer. William P. Shlnn, who was well known as m I railroad mnn, died yesterday at his home la llomowood. Pa., u suburb ot X'lttsburgh. J. M. Dorland. a newspaper man of Atlantis) City.diod at his residence thore yesterday. Vfej- lM r j A stralfcht Tip to nil Buffering 'i from polity rlioumalifini, too muoh t atliiioso tisstio, unheal thy floab, constipation, inilio.stion, and all ' diseases of tho stomach is to use ! tho genuine Carlsbad Sprudel j Sails. Thoy liavo never failed. Eisner & Mendolson Co., Sol Agents, N. Y. . ' j li