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B ,Ht c j THE BUN, TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1892. -','.''... " ' '
K Si " lPELL STREET INDIFFERENT. ssK.f H; WtTATnOES XT CMIV. Tf fllMTAtlTUPS ssKv" K'! MVRvr.nrn is caviiiit on is sot? ssHLikiK rrVHf; Two NnM Jtccl'lTd by r.nr, nn tl Hl'f l.lknlT nil Nnl I'ur.ri' Numpx-Abonl F "' HS?F bB Only ITiis l'xtrit T.'mt the Mnn vt Kf if Reported In ha "Choeotnta noa." n(v Hp ... . If lho negro who murdered Tom Ollmartin Kt'j' K In tho lodging houout 10 Poll streot Hunday Hsf ' jR' ! t all shrowd thero Is no reason why ho K'X Vt should Ito caught. Tho murder wns only nn LLBt Hit Incldont in l'tOI stroot. whero assault nntl L- HK crimes of iolenco aro so common that peoplo LLBIi'- JMi? don't turn their lie-ids to look unloss It imp- Hbc" jnlr' pons Hint thoy arc tliomselvcs engaged In the E D h ,. eauabble. Tho nmrilor radono In tho pros- HvT I' X " unco of throe able-bodied mon within ton fort Kf l; 5' of whero they woioli'ing with tholr arcs wldo B)!j Fi i opon, yot thoy thought so llttlo of it that thoy Edt n can only toll Inn no no ml way thnt tho mur- HM ? iloror wan a negro. Or perhaps thoy don't T ) want to toll. H'tf j A Hun rcportor had n clianco yostorday to K:'. , ,' eoo just how much attention n row nttrnetod. H $. ' r Dlroctly oppoilto the lodging houso tho whlto H v, wltoot nChlnnman wheeled lior baby up and H L down. Tho doorway of tho houso was crowded H,' "' i with whlto toughs nnd long-quouod China- H ," wen. Thoro worothroo other women bosldos H .,, ', tho mother ot tho baby, nnd one of them had H-.''i V. horarmsnround tho nock of tho most ropul- Hf, '' atvo looking Chlnoso wrotch that could bo B , found in nil tho Chinese district. Sho was Hn4 pulling his queue plnvtully whllo ho chucked Hif lior under tho chin. Down tho Btrcot thoro B(C woro twonty-llvo or thirty mora Chlnamenand H'r ' , Italians. A stouchy looking negress was HL, 4 crossing tho street with nn arm full ot tin HttW ' palls. Kho mi bending for a boer saloon. HBBV" Thoro woro probably n dozen chlldron indo- fl S ecrlbubly dirty in tho street, and erlmy men BBV' v it and women leaned nut of tho windows of nil BSV.i' tho houses on tho block. Thoro woro proba- y ' lily 200 persons in sight on tho singlo block. tjjV r Suddenly Inn liouso just bolow tho lodttlne vfW T houso nroso n plcrclni: shriek. An instant Bs.' lator a woman camo llyinc down tho stnlrs wm if nnd out Into tho slront ncroamlne "Murdorl Mm I rolicol" A toiiu'h-lnokinir younit fellow fol- mJ'c . lowod lior nnd seized lior by tho hair. Tho rJ' -, woman's facu whs torored with blood. Tho Kmg t follow let i:i of her hnir and ran Into tho cor- B v . nor saloon by tlio nldo door nnd out tho front )X f "door on tho Itowory. II o was conn In a 1110- K'a V mpnL Tho wuiiiun followed him to tno saloon. 1' i still scrunmini;. Nobody elso stirrod. Hhn HiT was not ten foot iiwuy from tho motlior nnd K;.!. ' lior baby, nnd tho motlior coolly rolled tho B.V ' baby alone. She wai not flvo feat away from K-j t tho crowd of whlto nnd yellow touchs In the lv doorway. Tnny looked at her and lnuchod a K. , ' tuomont. Thononn turned to hor and erowlod: f' t "(Jh. fortlio Lord's hnko.shutiip: ho ncone." Tho woman wiped tho blood from hor face HHc'ci:' , on tho sleovo ot lier dress und wont buck up HBJ, ItwasjiiRttho kind of n crowd as this do- .i. dcrlbed. only blccer nnd with moroChinamon B-Ji jn It. that loitered In l'ell street on.Sundity 'r 'When (lllnmrtln met Ids death. Ollmartin bad B.jt ' liooii n loilt'ur in llynn's ten-cent hou for Hfi ) nbout three months. J'lynu's plnco is bettor KV than thflnvotii,:oteu-centhousc. It U actually t whitewashed Inside, nnd there are windows in botb ends that allow nf entIIation. Than there nro bods for only 70 lodirers. while in r 1 most rooms of that sl.o in the ten-eont houses E?& i l.r;i loducrs nro aoeoimnoilated. fillmartin's ).': lied M'as .No. III. near n front window. John V'V, Kmlth had bod :i.. .Mlko Lynch bed :i0. and K?'; . Cornelius Martin :i7. .No. ;(-. directly at the H"'. : - foot of Ullmnrtln's bed. was oceunled by a m man In a drunken stuiior paralysed, us thoy r.V; f enV 'n l'1'" street. f. i! I About r o'clock in tho afternoon two "choco- t-"- lato coons" tmubtttoes) walked up the stairs fi't i to tlio olllco ninl "anguscd rooms." tho pro- B?r priotor says, ineanlnuthut each paid ton cents. ? ' They cavo their nninos as Henry Counters nnd iM John Hentz. or something like that. Tlio roc- Kf." ' ltprofth house ii written in only by the pro- 'i'-i jirlotoror tho clerk, and thoy put the name 'v ., down by ear. These mon did not sleep on ij-i Hunday niuht in the bodb thoy had paid for, Uvi ' nd It Is supposed that one ot thorn Is the M murderer, l'roprietor riynn explains that -.j , men who enmo to his houso aro necessarily in K?" i reduced circumstances, and when thoy have bi f laid out ten cents tor a prospective sleep they K4f t always tuko their money's worth or demand ('a y' s their nionny bncK. " f, x The clerk wont to dlnnor on Sunday nt about 4v i. 0:110 o'clock. When ho started he noticed tho H3 l , two "chocolate coons" nt tho window. He RtVf e cumo buck from dinner at 0:'J5 o'clock. Tho HkfJ'rJ V murder hud boon done. ThoneeroosworeBone. B.M ' "-' Ullmartln wns a toui;h rltir.on. The clork ot Kc 7 .the lodeinics was asked yostorday to ostlmate r i tho number nt Unlit the dead man had been Kk mixed up in in the three months he had livod in H 'J. tho liouse. "Well." ho nnswi-red. "1 sh'd think 3? i " 'bout ahundrod, but he nevor mount nothln' Wi ; by 'em. It wns only a bloody nose or n black Ku oye. or sometliinc liko that. Thoy didn't YC. r 'mount to nothln'. ilu was peaceful, compared B?.?.v f t' some." W ", Oilnmrtlnuod to think Itncoodjoko towalk ft up ton man ami punch him lit the faoo or to pick up a bucket or dirty water or Mops nnd i,, uash it on somlocly. "Ho struck a Mtair. Kfii '. sure, this timo." m tho clork. "thnuuh may BV& , bo 'tis a llttlo touL'ht' kill hlin fur a little thing ml-! I Uko tliat" Kt"-. It was stated In the papers restorday that ' olthor Ollni.utln or somebody elso thrown Hivi' , basin of water out of the window, that It Bnf ' struck tho nosro. and that tho nosro sllppod Bl!j up stairs and stabtn-d Ollmartin to the heart Ki? i Ono of the wltnosbes ol the murder, aftor pji thlnklns all nlirht about tho thins, remain- JS H, tiered yesterday that Ollmartin threw out n --. i basin of water: that then a loud curso r jV ; ', came from below und a voice said, " Damn t'fi 7 you. if you throw any moro'of that I'll cut yotir ,s i ;, damn lioart out:" that Gilmartln at onco Kl'i ( ( ran to the faucet, drow another basin of wn- i ' tcr. and, dollberately walking to tho window. fS ', throw that nut too. It was flvo minutes lator Hjf i that n"uhocolntoooon" came up stairs ours ?,V Ine nnd makinencood donl of noise. Accord-M-:- i , Inc to Tell street's codo ot courneo Gilmartln i?J would havo been n coward had he turned .r" J' nround beforo this mnn reached his side. Tho fh' f i oodo cavo tho "chocolate coon" a chanco to f w - Pot ready to striko. Ho had the knife In his ''!'!K . - ' liand whon ho camo into tho room. Smith Wfeil (' and Lynch and Mnrtin all snw it. Thoy know tJTr i .there was to boa cuttlnc. hut thoy didn't cure. BJt.' i. vXhey saw Ollmartin face tho colored man nnd Wi -, .'bawthecolorod man's knlfoasitwnsplunsed P. : down into Ollmartin's chest. They saw tho ''A'l i ; , -colored man eo out and Ullmartln stasitor to S.ff i tlio end ot his bod, tho blood spurtlnc out on ?V . the floor. Thoy watched him live minutes jKLvf ' (und thou Kmlth remarked. "I euoss he's ftST' . ; .hurtod." Ho not up and Lynch nnd Mnrtin B3?- f. followed him down stairs, whero Smith suid to B, i fe ..tlionlork, who had just come in: "A fellor Kf' ! ': f used a knlto on n man up stain ten minutes Mf: sjo." Tho clork wont up stnlrs nnd nskod: u :te 'What's tho mnttor. JfartinV" Gilmartln was -' , I iBtlllstandlncntthefootof tho bod and thero 1 ' '-' irns a bit; pool of blood on the floor at his feet i ,, '.' "I seo no was hurt" said tho clork, "an' he K , u ' 'reared liko to faint, nn' I laid him back on ?: ' !f- 'tlio bod an' wont fur tho pleoco an' an umbu- -,,1 1i. Inn oo. That's all we know 'bout It." m?i y There wero six pollcomon within call of the K&t ' Jj- Bouse. Thero wero four on tho very block. fi.M jv Yet from ten to fifteen minutes passed before HTftva B 'they know what had happoned, nnd by that MYiP' I . " time tho murdorer nnd his companion. If ho B i; J; 'bad a companion, must have heon a mlleaway. B, R- 8o far tho polloe havo nrrestod three colored r I ? iroon on suspicion, nnd nil hnvo provod their ,"' ' lonooonco and havo been dlsehnreod. B B ''( I Tom West, Jockey Dan Richardson's side Kvi. f ;, partnor, and Lulu Hamilton, who koeps n 9si t ,,-, Jiouso at 105 West Third streot wero arrustod RLpt Hi last oveninsaud locked upin the I'rinco streot E" ml fetation, charged with knowing somothlnu ot MWA m iJtlclinrdBon'B whereabouts. H H!v 'Itlahardson Is suspected to be tho man who H, 4 UL I murdered Ollmartin. OfTlcer Drown of tho 1 . H' frlnca street smiud saw west on tho corner ot K'.j ,,. iBroomo and Thompson streets Inst nlsht ' n- and walked him to tho station houso with- '-' m-X ,oat any explanation. Then Alio pollco v ;;'" '-teard that Xulu, Hamilton had clven mW: M , inonoy to Richardson about 11 o'clock B, K gunday nlsht.n few hours utter tho murdor in mm 1 Poll streot. Richardson called on her and B II ' askod for 18. t K ' Doth prisoners deny any knowledse of 1' 3, ' ., Itlohardsou's whereabouts. It is said that H ' 1? Jtlchardson was seen on the Old Komlnlon Kj ( docks yostorday. W j , Htnck JCxcbaniie JEIrctlos, Hr , . The annual oloction of the Stock Eichanse, U ). held yostorday, rosultod in thofollowiniccholco 2 riiWx of offlcors: Trosldent, F, IC Kturces; Trens- mmWn 'llT nreKB. C, Hays: Hnorotnry, Gooreo W. Ely; - 'llf Chairman. James Mitchell; mombers of tho V7; Ji tlovernintr Onnimlttee, four years' term A. ;( 'tl M. rahoono. W, II. Ijjwrenco, James Sellirman, K4i M W. M. Dlokcrmun. C. W. Maury. 1'. M. Thierot. Km m U. O, B. .Noble, aud I'. q, Ilomuns. 7'fix I4 Fell Hon n Mlnlpc Milan, v ' Beijmu, May 0. Vivo men lost their lives by "ijftt ' tho breaklncof tho case chain at tlioTrieu iwVVi 1? Knsm colliery, 'J'ho cnxo was nt about the Mf. ? middle of tin. shaft und flllod with miners - hen tlix I'linln urnkf, Tlio cueo descended H?; f with feuful nipfdlty. and hh It struck tho hot juiti It was eriitheil, with Its liuiniin content". ", "mo 1111 1.111111" Hhai'Oiess mas llo woro f. l1'11",",011,1 dead f.oin thu wreck, uud others are n-j toribl Injured. I ! ttrni'lnc IfrJccrH Tolls on Anllirncltr. i A I'liiunwiiii, May (t.-It Is ofllclnlly an- faAJt I nouneed tlint the manncemont of tPolleudlnir Jp ,? I Itnllroad hi stein has icmi1v.1 upnna eenornl fW.-Y redjifllonof 10 per cent. In tollsonnntliruclto J5 ', coal and sonio other raw materials on all IIiips. ?A' upplicablo to all furnace?, mills, and manufuc- ,,' torlos, to lake offect on tho lith Inst. wl'M No other rillroi) In tb. world apDrixeuolb N.w 'W.&i ToikCatral la lb. ipeca ana mtort ot It. uabu, f f ' JUTTiE XTALIAS CKZKBIUTIOXB. Mr. Bars.ttl Mm Preparing; for Cotnmbaa Day til. Oppon.ata Cnll Him U.nrp.r. Unless tho strlTo In tho Italian colony over the control ol tho proposod festival noxt Octo ber Is sottlcd, It looks ns If thero would be rival colebratlons br tho Italians of tho landing of America's discoverer. Carlo llarsnltl, tho editor or 11 J'roarrttn is rrcsldent of the r.xecutlvo Committee which has chnrco of tho celebration, nnd hu fays Hint hehnstnktn chnrco because tho malorlt v of tho Italian col ony rwiucsteil It llarsottt's oppononts de clnrethathehas usurped hli office, nnd they havo organized to co ahead with tho festival Independently. Both tlio ;.V.i iCllnUa nnd the Clirinlnfnm Ualnmtm camo out Sunday with Innc nrtlploa la P.nrrllali nttnrklnir llarsotti for What they term Ills lilRh-lmndod proci-odlnps. Mr. linrsottl is Treasurer of the fund which tho ItnltaniJiiro ralslnir to erect tlio Columbus monument, nnd practically tho entire work ol phtalnlne subscriptions has boon In his liaiuls. The monument fund Is prosporliur. $12,000 bavins beon subscribed so fur. . Ilanknr Moro slul has iust ulvon $5)li. Hnvld Uanks S100. Joseph lJuJhl S'.'iX). nnd Sulvntnro Canton! SS'00. The remulnter of tho .000 reinilred, Mr. llarsottlsays. will be readllyobtalned from Hie fair to bn held noxt month In (Jnstlo Oar den, for which ti.000 In raorchandlso has al ready been contributed, ,, , ,. Tho orsnnlzation of tho Unltod Italian Ho olotlos. whloh wasincorporntod In theHunrenio Court last week, Is worklnB ncaliikt l)nrttl. and tho men at its hoad say they havo tho ma jority of tho colonv with thein. Of tho lit) soclotlos, to ono of which nearly every Hnllnn belonus. tho Unltod Societies linve seventy. Jlnrsotti, his oppononts sny, has tho rest, and thoy Intimuto that hols Inereu'inir tho num ber every wetik liy orennlzlnc n new society out of n croup of Irlonits liere and there. A mootlnu of tho United Italian Societies wan held last week, nnd Oousul-Oeneral IUva wns elected Iresldont, but ho decllnod. sayllur thnt the colony must patch up Us dllToronces beforo ho could nccopt. IUva was reelected at n snbsonuont mooting, and tho news was cabled to tho Marquis Di lludlnl. who was asked to Instruct tho Consul Oeneral to accopt. Amass meotlnc bus beon called for Saturday nt 24 Unxter stieet to pro test nitalnst Harsottl's holdinc on to tho Presi dency of tho Exeeutlvo Comnilttoiv. . Tho Executive Commlttoe of Twenty-flvo which Is to havo chnrcoof tills clty'sColumbus celebration met In the City Hall yesterday and electod Mayor OrantChalrmnn and Oen.Iloraco Porter and Assemblyman William Sul7.or, Ico Chairmen. Commissioner of Accounts Wahlo. who Is tho Socrotary of tho Ooneral Commltteo. said that tho work of tho Secretary would bo vory heavy and that ho would havo to havo help. Authority was given him to oraploy an assistant and a stenographer nt a cost not ox ceedlnc $250 a month. TUB COXSECTICCT COXFENTIOX. Nomination for Chicago D.ltfat.a XJade In District Cancuaea. Nw Haves, Mny 0. The Democratic Stato Convention will meetlln tho Hyperion Thcntro in this city to-morrow. Out-of-town dclccatos becan to arrive early this afternoon. All of tho available halts are belne used for caucus purposos. whoro Hill nnd nntt-Hill, Clovoland nnd antl-Clevelaud sentiments havo full play. Ex-Senator William W. Eaton of Hartford was nmonc the first arrivals. Ho is a candldato for delecate nt larco from the First district and is nn ardent supporter of Senator Hill. Upon his arrival in town he repeated overand over. "Inm for Hill first, last and all the timo. and for life cvorUstine." The Cleveland contineent had no leadership to-night, but are confident In order to settle Senator Eaton, Alvin D. Hydo wns trotted out as nn opposint: candidate, und ho found a larco backing. Senator Eaton found himself In a Hitl-CIoveland strucclo when ho wns pushed for permanent Chairman of tho Convention to morrow. Tho Cleveland men brought out Oon. I- E. Bradley of this city before tho Stnto Committee. Tho platform to bo prosented to tho Conven tion to-morrow will contain a plant: condemn ing tho ltepubllcon Houso of liepreontntives iortnelruniatrnossin tnoouoornatoriui issuo: another In favor of honest, sound money, a third for tariff roform. nnd a fourth for consti tutional reform In this Stnto. It wns n gen erally expressed opinion on nil sldoH among tho dolcgatos this evening thnt it would bo tin wise and entirely at variance with the wishes ot tho conservative leaders of tho pnty in tills Stato to vote to send nn instructed delegation to tho Nntlonal Convention. It Isn't likely that any resolution of this naturo will mako Its appearnnco in tho Convention. In the caucuses the Cleveland element ear rjod their delegates almost t" a man. Senator Eaton wns knocked out In the tlrst round by Alvin P. Hydo of Hartford, a rabid Cleveland man. and In tho Now Haven countv caucus Hill was not mentioned. Tho dolcgutos whobB names will appear before to-morrnw'n conven tion aro as follows: relocates at largo Alvin 1'. Hyde, Hartford: Carlos Fronch, Sey mour: James U. Shannon. Norwich: E. C Denedlct, Oroonwlch. Tlio county dele gates agreed upon aro Hartford county. Robert J. Vance. New Britain: Tolland county. E. C Finney of Stafford: New London county. Cyrus E. Beckwlth. New London: Fairfield county. Robort L. Clarkson. Stratford: Litch Held county. Sydney P. Ensign. Sulisbury ; New Haven county, Norrls O. Osborn. New Hinon: Middlesox county. Clinton It. Uaviu. Unddam; Windham county. Joel W. Wobb. Of these delegates Vanco and Shannon nro snldto be Hill supporters. Davis U doubtful With Inclinations toward Hill. Axanr cLEri'.r.Axn stay. They Bay Senator Illll'a Frlenda Have Got the Start of Them In Ohio. CotuiTBOs, May 0. The Clevclnnd-Campboll orowd aro torrlbly exercised ovor what thoy aay Is a trick of the Hill men to beat them attho Democratic State Convention on Juno 14 and 15. When tho Democratic State Central Com mittee met a few weeks ago It was supposed the representation at the Convention would bo ono delegate for each COO nnd fraction over 250 votes cast for James E. Campbell for Gover nor last year; but when the call appeared in print it was found that tho apportion ment was fixed on tho vote of ltWS). whon Gov. Campbell was elected by n very largo Domocratio vote. Cincinnati nnd Ham ilton county, under tho apportionment, cots U2 delesntes. Instond of nbout &8. and It is said those men will all be antl-Clevelnnd. Tho same rulo will work tho same way In other parts of the State, and Oo delegates will bo gained for the Hill faction. So, ut least, tho Cleveland men say. It Is not known why the 1S80 instead of tho 1801 vote was taken as a btsls for apportion ment unless it was to mako n better showing for the Domoaracy end a larger convontion. A committee was appointed to apportion tho vote bv countlos. but It Is not known that any particular year was mentioned, although It is customary totako the latost election votoln apportionment for delegatos. Chairman Nor ton laughs about the mattor, and Bays that It does not mako much difference, as Ohio will bo all split up anyhow. Hill Bcata Cl.vetund In Taeoma, Skittle. Wash., May 9 Though tho Demo crats ot the Stato ot Washington have gener ally been rogardod as overwhelmingly for Clovoland. tho fnct remnlns thnt in tho first uiroct test 01 tnostrongtn or tho friends of Son ator Hill and tho admirors of tho Stuffed Prophet the Hill men, camo out victorious. J ho light was at tho primaries In Tucoma for thecholcoof delegat.H to the County Conven tion, which selects delegates to tho Stnto Con vention, which in turn elects the Chicago dele gates. George Hnzzard.Socretaryof tho Dom ocratio State Contial Committee, had boon working hard In Tncoma for Hill, of whom ho Is an enthusiastic admiror, and ho carried tlio day. Cleveland lit .Itntlug. I.ouibvhie. May 0 -Henry Wattorson, who Is now In the East says In tho Couro'-ournal this morning; "Mr, Cleveland is now seriously considering whothorthe party can afford to place him In nomination, nnd whether. In case It does so. he can afford to make tlio race. Wo can say that nothing Is more likely than that Mr. Cleveland will liao 0 letter of renunciation at Chicago. BUchastnlsaiMr.Tildenlmil at Cincinnati, and that If he has It will be upon tho exact lino of thoucht pursued by Mr. Wattorson. that tho tx-Prosldeut cannot command tho vote of Now ork, and that, therefore, ho cunnot bo elected." The Pure fo Minneapolis It has been doclded that the delegates to the Minneapolis Convention from this Stnto will travel by wnv nf tint Now York Central nnd Chicago and ttnithwustern railways. Tho tare fur thniounit tnpttlll bu Slll.f.n, oxcIudIyo of meals aud Sleeping uccommodatlons. Diamond ltcUa nnd A oe Turtles, The members of the Twenty-first DIMrlct BeptWUtAfiocintlon hold a tearful mooting last nlfeoTjand bade each other fcrowcll In broken tones. Tho reapportionment will break tholr district up In sudi u manner that n great many of tho men who are famous us dia mond backs will havo to set to work to acquire fame in a district with unollior number, where thoy will be only mock turtles. Eeoao teal People Unit that mat's (104 W.il 14th it.) It tb d.iI place for turaUu-4a. EVENTS BEYOND THE OCEAN, TBB FAl'AZ. XinUCF SENT BT X.KO XIJZ. TO 1J1K rtlKXCir CABDIXAI.S. Ills Rollaaas Clearly Kiptalne Hla Coaa. maaa. to the Chore In Franae-"' T in Another Vleltm of an Annrehlet Uom Die In Tarla-The Italian Cnhlaet. PAnts, May ft-In expllcitness nnd direct ness the new brlof of Loo XIII. to the Fronch Cardinals leaves nothing to bo desired. In It tho Pope suggests that his brief published in Fobruary has not boon understood exaotlyln nil quarters, and then proceeds to reiterate the fundamental principles then enunciated. Ho declares that any form of legally estnpllflhed Govornmont whloh furthers tho common weal Is good nnd should bo oboyed by its suojecia. Efforts to overthrow such a Government more over, are reprehensible. These doctrlnos then recelvont his hand such speolal application thnt lloynllsts of tho Corrffpondaiicc JVortotiale party aro loft without ground on which they may even quibble. Aftor calling to mind tho Import ot the last brlof tho Pope says: " Thore havo beon sorao men of dlfforont political parties, oven sincere Christians, who havo not understood accurately our formor words on this subject. Political changes nro far from being always legitimate at first It Is even dllllcult thnt they should bo legitimate, yot tho supromo criterion of tho common wel fare nnd public trnnqulllty should Impress upon nil tho acceptance of now governments. "It has beon alleged that In touching those doctrines wo adopt toward Iranco conduct other than that which we pursue toward Italy, nnd that thereforo wo are Inconsistent i Ills Is not so. Our nlm In telling Fronch catholics to accept tho constituted Government was. nnd still Ms. merely to safeguard the same. In terests which 111 Italy Impose on us tho duty ol demanding InccsFnntlv the full liberty re quired for our sublime function of visible head of the Church, appointed for tho government of souls-u liberty which does not exist where tho Vicar of Jesus Christ is not. in his own homo, n truo sovorolgn. Independent of all human sovereignty. hat Is tho conclusion from this. If it Is not thut tho question whloh concerns us in Italy Is nlso nn eminently ro llclnus ono so far as It Is connected with tho fundamental principle of llbertyof tho Church? Henco in our conduct toward various nations wo constantly make all things converco to tho samo end of religion, nnd through relicion to tho dolieranco of society and tho wclfaroof the Peoples. " Wo contldo in you thus, dear sons, In order thnt wo mny relievo our own heart nnd com fort yours. Our sorrows, fnr from overwhelm ing us. stlmulato us to put on the armor of still greater courage in older that wo may face tho difficulties of tho present hour. This brief is regarded as a fatal blow to tho Itovallstt. Since tho sending of tho preceding brief of simllnr Import they hove not ceosod to talk In tholr press about llndlngsomo basis on which tho monarchical nnd Catholic orgnn Izntions may come for mutual help and to maintain thnt tho Topo had laid no obligations upon tho Catholic clorgy to alter their attitude toward tho repub lic. Tho clorgy, thoy said, wero still bound to serve tho monarchy, and any other course would cross diametrically tho spirit of tho Touo's brlof. To such quibbling tlio Pope's brief is considered n final nnswer. as well us to tho subversivo doctrines of tho Bishop or Mende and his fellow ecclesiastics, who havo declared, prnctlcnlly. thnt nobody is bound tonbovlawsof which ho does not con scientiously approve. Among tho inferior clergy, who nre tho con-fes-ors of tho poonle. tho repetition of tho Pope's nvownl of approval of the republlo Is received, It is said, with rojoictng. They nat urally nro inclined toward tho ropubllc. de spite tho opposition of tho church dlgnltarios In trance, nnd thoy welcome tho last brief ns n final settlement of tho matter. The Popo has sent n letter to tho Archbishop of Paris ordering him todissolvothe Union of Christian France. This union wns established last autumn, ostensibly to protect linmau Cntholic interests, but in reality, it is said, to spread Monarchist propaganda. Tho French Oovornment had requested the removal of tho Archbishop, but the Vatican rofuscd to grunt tlio request. GIOLITTI AS VI11ME 3IIXISTCU. Kins Humbert 24nmmnna lllm to Form a. New Cabinet. Rome. May ft King Humbert summoned Giovanni Giolittl to tho palace to-dny land chsrgedhim with the duty of forming n now Cnbtnet This solcctlon Is a blow to the Irrl dcntUts and friends of Franc. Giolittl is under tho influence ot Crlspi, and the King could not have made a choice moro ncccptablo to Emperor William nnd Emporor Franz Josef unless he had selected Crlspi himself. Giolittl was FInanco Minister in Crispl's Cnbi netforn short time, and Is known to bo nn opponent of the popular demand fora reduc tion ol tho urmv. Ho Is a man of strong per sonality and bitter prejudice against Franco. As ho has boon in politin.il UTo for twenty-six years ho Is regarded nt an experienced states man. Strong Influence will bo brought to boar upon him to induce him to rcducethnnrmy slightly to pacily the opposition nnd thus render tho position of his Cabinet more stable. Even tho King is siiil to fat or this plan und to have asked Count Solms to broacn tho sub ject to j;mperor William nnd Count Caprlvl. Should fittornhle answers bo received from Dnrmnny, which Is hardly probable, howovor, Giolittl might bo moved slightly fiom his pros cnt position. Othorwlso Italy's army and navy will bo maintained as now. Tho cholco ot Giolittl is expoctod to exclto much ndverso comment In France, ns bo prob ably will sccuro the reappointment of Count Vavorna, nn enemy of tho dual alliance, to tho Berlin embassy. l'oisoxr.n jir xtuir.isis. The St. Petersburg; Clilrr nf Police Dying Accused ofGre.it Cruelty. St. PETEBsnuno. May 0. Gen. Grcsser, tho Chief of Tollco nt St. Petersburg, is dying from n mysterious Illness. Tho cnuso of the illness has been traced to poison In his food, and there Is no doubt whatcvor thnt ho is tho vic tim of n Nihilist conspiracy. Tho Nihilists hnve long been greatly Irritated at Gresser for IiIb severities, espoclally toward prisoners who nro held merely under suspicion. It Is chnrged lhat Grosser recontly subjected tho Nihilist Togornicff to severe punishment in cluding privation nf food for forty-eight hours nnd thu application ot shocks from an electrio buttery, to corapol him to confess a conspiracy In which he was supposed to bo concorned. It wastlrefpor who was largoly Instrumental in devising the presont system of Mr let solitude In tho St. Petersburg prisons. Grosser is nceuj-edhy tho Nihilists of having inilicted untold horrors upon tho wretchoil victims ot liusslnn tyranny whllo in n solitude from which there was no escape, und It is said that many ot them have come out crippled for life. Another charge against tho police is thnt fomnle Nihilists homo of them delicato and well-trained young women of good family, havo boon subjected to assaults from tho pollco and others to whom the pollco com pollod them to submit (ion. Grosser. It H said, received a warning about bix woeks ngo that unless ho ci;n-ed his severities and bru talities ho would full a lctlm to tho Nihilists. i.V ASAltClIlST VICTI3L Funeral af at .Van Who Met Ilia Dentb la Very' Itealnurant. rAitiH. May ft A vast throng nttended to day (ho funornl of Victor Hamoned. the com positor who rocolved fatal Injuries at tlio timo of tho explosion In SI, Very's restaurant whoro Ituvachol waB arrested, Hamoned was eating In the restaurant at the timo of tho explosion.. Tho Interment took place In P6ro In Chaise, nnd tho expensos of tho funornl wero borne by tho Government. Tho President of tho Muni cipal Council delUorod un address nt tho Srr.ivo, Ho spoko of Hnmnned as an entirely nnocent victim of Anarchist violence, und of lis death ns nn Illustration nf thocrlmoaof which tho Anarchists wore capable. Ho urgod all good citizens to unite in suppressing tho miscreants. Leon Sny nnd sovoral other loading men In terested In tho preservation of socinl ordor, hao joined the Antl-Soclallst Alliance. The object of the alliance is to combat socialism, and to labor for tho maintenance and sproad of Bound and consorvntlvo principles in the community. Thero Is to bo a strong effort to stay tho progress ot radicalism In religion and society. , ,V5ry died to. nlsht of Injuries rooolved whon his wine shop In the Hue Mugnnta was blown up by Ravachol's friends. Ho had been In a comatose condition stneo last Friday, and on Friday night liusank so rapidly that his death wusrepoitcd, Tho Government will pay for his burial und will pension his rolutivosiwho were dependent upon him for their living. Arrested ne lie llauclied rnglund, London. Mny ft Whon tho stoamer Alaska arrived nt Liverpool to-dny from Now YorK a pussongcr on board named William Galloway, head of tho Drill of Burns A-Galloway, holicitors of Lotidnu. was urristed by tho Liverpool pollco nn, tho charge or having defrauded clients of the firm out of X20.0O0. Galloway lied, to Mexico In November last nnd then wont to Now York. The police cabled to England that Galloway was on board the Alaska, and offlcors were waiting for his arrival. Hols said to have spent tlio. stolen money In Now York audot-er placet la America. gmMni'11'a.nniiM mi jujaagiijj -i mnmi nn GLORIOUS NEWS. A Flood of Light in Brooklyn. The first branch office of Helmer's Bl-Ozone Curo has been secured by Dr. Samuel Sllsbee, 02 Nevlns st. Brooklyn. N. Y. Physicians In that city, having difficult chronlo cosos that puzzle them, will do well to consult with Dr. Bllsboo direct as. by virtue of my agroemont with him. I can only deal with htm In that city. WITHOUT A rjtXAIXGLt HEAD TlUtf RTnoNO TESTIMONY'S! N. HELMEIt. Esq. Dear Sir: Pormlt me to add my humblo moed of praise to thnt of the many who have preceded ma In thanking you tor the service you have done, not only me. but humanity in general, by tho disco vory ot your wonderful Bl-Ozone Cure. I wns suffering excruciating pain from RHEUMATISM, and. after trying many remedies, tried your cure, which completely drove out tho terrible pain after but one application. I shall deem It an honor to recommond your curo to any and all who may bo ailing. Yours truly. CHARLES BTEINEB, 224 East 10th st. Now York city. Free pamphlet by mail. ONE FREE TBEAT MENT AT OFFICE. 5v HELMER'S lb Iti-Ozoiic a BROADWAY, S. E. CORNER 1CTII ST.. NEW YORK. CITY. DREMIXG'S FATAL DAY. He Will Be II nn ceil on May 30-The Mar. elerer la Kept In Irona. Mklbouhnf. May 9. Tho exocutlon of Fred erick Bailey Deeming, tho convlctod murderer, was to-day set down for May 23. Deeming is kept in irons to keep him from Injuring him self and others, for he Is at times vory savage, while In lys best mood lie is forbidding and moroso. Ho is roported as saying that hN motlior predicted that ho would bo hanged be fore ho reached tho ngo of fortv. With regard to his family history, ho says that his father's mind was unhinged, that ho was of n very lo lent temperament nnd that ho dlod in n lunntic asylum nt Birkenhead. Ills mother ho duscribes as good nnd kind, but she nlso was confined In a lunatic asylum until shortly boforo tho prisoner's birth. His hrothor bam. bo also assorts, was likewise contlned In n lu natic nsvluin. but this fnct was only known to his brother Albert. When in England last year, tho prionor declares, ho ainly endeav ored to uncertain tho whereabouts of his hrothorSum. Ho has n sister who Is employed as a housemaid nt Now Brighton, near Liver pool, and anothorivho Is not right in hor head. Deeming has nlso nivon Information ns u somo serious family trouble which ho says oc currod between lBSOund 1S3L These stories, howovor. are omphatically de nied by persons who knowthe Deeming family and who soy that, whllo never distinguished by special energy of character, Hh members, except Deeming, woro always rospectablo and clenr bended. Nobody In Melbourne puts any faith whatever In tho murderer's storlos about himself and otherB. although It is bollod thnt tho manuscript which ho is preparing may give a substantially correct account ot tho tragedies at ltalnhill aud Windsor. HIOTOVS MIXEIM. The Police Callra Ont to Prevent the De. alructlon or Property. Loxdom. May 0. A largo forco of pollco gathered attho Cnstledon colllory. near Har tlepool, to-day. to prevent tho threatened de struction of the works by rioters, who are greatly Irritated by tho employment of non union help. On Saturday a non-unionist named Stockdalo was attacked when leaving work, and savod with great difficulty by tho police. Tho rioters showered stones upon tho policemen, none of whom were badly injured. Tlio mob then turned to thu colliery and broko up the engine house. Then the rioters carried "IT all tho coal thoy wantod. the pollco nnd mlnn officials not lying strong enough to Interfere effectively. They then mndo nn attack on Stockdale's house. Ho and his fam ily got warning in time and escaped. Thoy knocked tlio bouse almost to plocos. and sot another houso. In which 0110 ot tho overscora lived, nn fire. On Sunday tho rioting wns renewed, nnd tho mob threatened to wreck tho uppor works ot tlio colliery. The ofllcials of tho mlnn por cunded them to desist, and promised to dis chargo Stockdule. This morning the mob gatherod again, but the police had beon roin Torcod and provented serious violence. Tho nuthorltto havo resolved to punish rintors, nnd the military will bo called upon. If neces sary, for that purposo. col. ocniLiitKE ar.TTixa well. He t$nya Thnt Mrs. Coleman Drayton Maa Bern Cruelly Wronged. I-ON-soy, May ft-Col. Tom Ochiltree, who has been suffering with gout, U now almost well. In regard to the Drayton-Borrowo affair, ho says it would bo cruel, in view of the fact that the Astor and Drayton families nro plungod Into mourning, to soy anything moro about It at present. Ho denies ever having said that ho poHBessed lnformetlon thnt would clear Mrs. Drayton, and assorts thut sho is in no need ot being exculpated, as nothing has been shown reflecting upon her. He nlso says that ho had documents In his possession show ing that Mrs. Drayton hud been cruelly wronged, but ho will not publish thorn unloss pbllgod to by lognl proceeding nuthorlzod by Mrs, Drayton. Col. Ochiltree has been sick for about two weeks. Caprlvl at Cmlabad. BKni.trr, May O.-Chancellor Caprlvl, nfter spending some timo In Carlsl ad. will not re turn dlroct to Berlin, but go for a fortnight or moro to somo southern resort In order to con linn the Affects of his curo nt tho Bshemlan watering place. Notea of Foreign Happening;.. The Baltic 8ca Is open to navigation. Tho new Danish lllgsdng has beon opened with nn address from tho throne, The Count of Paris and tlio Dufco of Orleans linve 1 arrived at Plymouth from Bombay, and will bo lu London to-morrow, Schlndlqr A Horzlg. spinners nt Zlttnu. Gor many, havb fallod. with a dcllcit of H.OOO.OOO marks. Numerous Americans nro said to bo affected by thu failure Minister Lincoln had another long confor enco with Lord Salisbury yostorday. It Is surmised that the subjoct of an International conference on tho silver uuostlon was touched upon. -- "How ,do,rI 3P took T " That de- Jytt?m 'penda, madam, rTT-7 upon how you Td&Tv yrfv suftotoa' , r?,m r nQ. t 1. functional dls- " id f I turbances, Irreg- ' "ift,, iViVx If 1 ularWes or weak- ' ' W' VWiQ'l" neajw.you'raaTir; ' toloktt, And Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is the remody. It builds up the system, regulatea and promotes the proper functions, and re stores health and strength. It's a legitimate' medicine, not a bererago; purely vegetable, perfectly harmless, and mode especially for woman's needs. In the curo of all "f omnia MmpuUnto,'1 H'e giiararUtcd to give satisfac tion, or tho money is refur.dadT No other modicino (or women is sold eo. Think of that, whon tho dealer says something else (which pays him better) is "just as good." " Times have ohonged." Bo havo methods. The modem improvement in n0) ara Dr. Hj?grit Pellets. TheyXtjp Katura, Instead MhtUa vrith har. Bictaj)4nei Tons btt&ctM, bUiouoMaa, oosttraneat, and U darangtmanti of tha Uvtr, stomach and bo wale are prrrtatod, niiirmi, $ai oond. 41 - VB1TVAHT. - j Local politicians and lawyers were surprised yesterday at the news that Civil Justice Peter Mitchell had died aftor a five days' Illness. Very few of the Justice's acquaintances had known that he had boon 111 even, and all were shocked to learn ot his death. He became 111 last Wednesday with whnt ho thought was a cold, and he went homo. Dr. Fuller found his Patient suffering from a severe attack of pneu monia, and Dr. Alfred L. Loomls was called In. Undor their treatment Mr. Mitchell seoned to crow hotter. On Frldny ho was much lm vjPplllP W;j & k ' 7 PETBB MITCHELL proved, and on Saturday he looked as well as usual. Sunday morning ho felt that ho would boablotoget out soon, but In the afternoon he suffered a rolapso and tho physicians wero summonod In haste. They found him breathing with great difficulty and Immodiatelyrosorted to artificial means of aiding respiration. Al though grontly woakened. tho dying man sur prised tho physicians bynldtng materially In tho efforts to fill his lungs with air. But In tho night ho bocamo unconscious, and at 4 o'clock In tho morning ho died. Pctor Mitchell was bornin Ureonock. Scotland. Dec '2.1, 1830. His father was an onglnocr, nnd Peter wns 7 years old when tho family came to AmorloB. Thoy settled in Berwick, ale., nnd when. howns old enough Peter was Bent to tho local aendomy. Aftorward tho family went to Dover. N. II., and Peter was bent to college to study medicine. Ho did not get a chance to coinploto his studies, howovor, nnd drifted to Boston, whoro ho waH employed In n restaurant. Lnter he camo to Now York and worked Inn saloon In Parte place. Uo pushed ahead, made friends, nnd was ablo to open a saloon nt his own at Bleockerand Greene streets. Ho did not liko thu business, however, and studiod law whllo still running his saloon. Ho was admitted to tho bar In 18i!l). and two years Inter he beenmo tho junior member of the law linn of Stuart Allen A. Mitchell. In 1871) thu llrm was dis solved, as Mr. Allon wns appointed As sistant District Attorney. Mr. Mitchell hud mndo quito n reputation by this time, and had become prominent In local politics. He had nettled In tho Fifth Assembly district where bo livod all tho rest of his life, and he repre sented it in the Assembly in 1871 nnd 187& Ho declined a third nomination. As a lawvor ho was n very hard workor. und, ns in politics, a iiurd fighter. Ho was ono of the exceptional lawyers of thin city whoso practleo has beon largely In tho criminal courts who wero regarded in their own profession as men of ability und lenrned in tho law. William A. Bench, ono of tho most famous of these, engaged Mr. Mitchell to nssUt lilm In n number of important trints, In 18)1 ho wub associated with liorneeBusBell In defending John (.orcoran, charged with tho murder of Lee Keep a famous cuso. Ho ap peared with Charles W. Brooke for Doodle Aldurmnu.Iohu O'Nell. und with Albert fitlok nov. John-Parsons. Villllnm Fullorton, nnd Homer A. Nelson In tlio defence of Boodlo Alderman .Incline. Another noted trial in which he appeared for tho defence was thut of Oeorgo Carson, charged with steal ing fb8.o00 from tlio Mlddlotown Savings Bunk at Haddam, Conn. Carson wns ac quitted. Carina botoldo, charged with the murder of his brother. Antonio, whllo at tempting to kill nn editor named Barton, was saved from tho gallows by Mr. Mitchell. The latter also secured the acquittal of John L. Sullivan, when tho latter was put on trial for his light with Ureenlluld In tho Madison bquarn Garden, and appeared for Hullhan and Kilraln In tho extradition proceedings growing out ot the Mississippi light Ills most rocent appearance in tlio criminal courts was in the trial in tho General Sessions of Burton C. Webster, tho bookmaker, who killed Charles Goodwin. Among his civil cases of note was u suit against Mrs. Juan Pedro Terry, tho widow ol tho Cuban millionaire, and that of Minnie Clnrk. 11 woman of tho town, who sued for a divorce from 11 son of Commodoro Kittson, her purposo being to pruxo that thero had been 11 marriage. Whon Mr. Mitchell w.i in tho Assembly ho sided with the young Democracy against TueoJ. He framed tho law which croatodtho Detective lluieau and placed Byrnes nt Its head. For a time he was proinlnont In tho Irving Hall Democracy. Ho was for years tlio Ta m many lender of tho Filth. Gov. Hill ap pointed Mr. Mitchell In 1880 to till tho unex pired term of tho lntn Civil. Justice Norton of thu First district Mr. Mltcholl turned tho salary over to Justlco Norton's widow. Ho was nominated for tlio sumo oftlcoat the end of this term and elected to servo until 180r. He was Presldont of tho Montlcello Club, n social organisation of tho Fifth. Light years uko ho married Miss Flla Lorscher. daughter of John Lor.scher, a builder. She survives him. The funoinlwill bo nt tho house, at .'I Charlton street, ut 8 o'clock this evening. It will be private. Tho Ilev. Dr. Arthur II. Judge of tho Church of tho Holy Apostles will Con duct the services. The burial will bo in Green wood on Wodtioidny morning. Lord Brarawell is dead in Lnglnnd. Georgo Willinm Wilshoro lirnmwull was tho son of a banker, and began life in tho counting house, but adopted thu legal profession, and speedily attained famo both as chamber counsel and as n pleader. Ho took silk In 1851, nnd a year lator was appointed n mem ber of tho Commission 011 the Law of Partner ship. Ho rocommondodtAy adoption of nlaw of limited liability, as now existing. In an swer to $hu objection thnt persons might deal with limited liability companies believ ing them to bo unlimited. Lord Bramwoll sug gested tho adoption of tho word "limited "ns a safeguard. This advica was adopted with excellent rosulK. In ISM he was mndo a B.iron of the Exchequer, and recelvecT tho honor of knighthood. In October. 187iJ, he wus mado a Judgo of tho Intermediate Court of Appeal and sworn of tho Privy Council. Ho retired from tho bench at the closo of 1881, when a banquot wns given in his honor, lu 188'Jhowas raised to the peerage as Baron BramwelL Baron Bramwoll enjoyed a high reputation ns u Judgo of groat learning, dis cernment, renolution, nnd integrity. He was a mini of strong personal nnd political convic tions, nnd wns a frequent contributor to tho columns ot tho Loudon Times. Abnor Child died In Boston on Saturday, nged 84. In 1841) bo wns appointed an inspoc tor lu tho Boston Custom House, holdlrg that oflloo during tho cntlrii administrations of Zachary Taylor. Mlllnrd Fillmore. Franklin llerco, and James Buchanan. Ho was Treas urer of tho First Congregational Church of Ja raulcu Plain from 1854 to 1881. I'.x-Stato Sonator James Chestnut dlod near CloYorsburg. Pil. on Sunday, aged 7!l years. Hoservod two terms In the Benato of Penn sylvania. Ho studiod modicino In tho Wash ington Medical College, Bnltlmore, nnd prne- iist'ii inr several years. 110 was n leading Democratic politician In his neighborhood. Jauios Groudlo. Sr., ot Chicago Is dead. He built thu llrst boat to cross tho Atlantic by steam power alone. Tho boat was thnlloyal William. which made tlio trip from PIctou.N. 8.. to Uravcsend in lK'W. Ho was 8a years old and leaves a wifo and six chlldron, all living in Chicago. iCoV-J,iY Avery. ,h. ?.n)J)ond?r-ln-chlef of the, Ku-Klux In south ( arollnn. died suddenly at his residence near Irglnia Ilonoh yostor day. need 114. Ho recolved u wound near Ap pomattox, shortly bofortflho surrender, of Lee Jrom which ho nover recovered. The ltev. Caleb B. Ellsworth, who had boon rector of St Saviour's Church In Maspeth for twonty. years. Is dead at his homo In that vil lage. Ho was 7:i years old. Ho was at one llrao District Deputy Grand Master of the First New ork MaBonio district CornlngStanton. tho oldest man In the town of Otsellc, Otsego county, and a highly es teemod oltlzon, dlod Inst, week, aged 03 years. He was one of the founders and chief bene factors of the Methodist Episcopal church of tho town. Edward IL WdM. one of the oldest Justloes ot the Peace In Passalo oounty. died In Pater- Deaf from Catarrh. I was the victim of th worst cats of Catarrh that I ever heard of. I was entirely deat In one ear, and all the Inside ot ray nose, includ ing part of the bone, slouched oft No tort ef troatmont benoflted me, and physicians said, " I would never be any better." As a last resort I took Swift's Specific, and it entirely oured m and restored my hearing. I have been well for years, and no sign of return ot the dlseaseHri. J03EPHINK rOLHJXI Du Wilt, B. 0, , BAD ECZEMA ON BABY. Head One Solid Sore. Itchinjt Awful. Had to Tie tils Itnndi to Cradle. Cured by Cutlcura. Our llttlo boy broko out on his head with n bnd form ot ecremn when ho was four months old. We tried throo doctors, but they did not help htm. Wb then used your throo CCTI CUllA 11EMEDIE8. nnd nfter uMng them ! eleven weeks exactly uo- -.-W cording to directions, ho LT Wa. began to ttcadlty lm yTfVwnfejaUV prove, and after the use JuijE Pf of them fnr so on month s lEmW mills head was entirely WtK . well. When wo began grst using It his head was a DP " if solid soro fromthoerown HA , "Wjl jt I to his eyobruws. It was r5 . I also nil ovor hla oars, Inl t'jC f most of liN face, nnd V. A hJS, I small places on different A. . 'S1 A parts of his body, Thoro ' t. N- jAii wore sixteen weoks that - a.i- wo hndtn kconhis hands tied to tho crndlo nnd hold them when he was taken up: nnd hnd to koep mittens tied on his hands to keop Ills finger nails nut ot the soros. its he would scrntoh If ho could In any wny got 51.Wl?.'JnV,.,009'' .Wo know your CUTIC011A KEMKD1LS cured him. Wo feol f nto In recom mending them to others. GEO. B. A JANETTA HAltltlS. Wobstor. Ind. Cuticura Resolvent The 1 new blood nnd Skin Purifier, ami greatest pi Humor Itemedles. cleanses the blond of all impurities and poisonous elements, and thus removes tho cause, whllo OUriOUl'A. the great skin cure, and CIJTK UHA SOAP, an ex quisite skin benutlller. clear tho skin nnd CUllA-HKMl'.DlEScure every species of Itch ing, burning, scaly, pimply, und bMohy hkln. scalp, and blopd diseases, from pimples to scrofula, from Infancy to ngo. when th best rhyslolnns full. f:.La.TIffinre!i0b-y &iitoM ANU COMICAL con? a-Mend for "How to Cure Hkln Dlonos." 04 pages. GOillustrutlont.. and 100 testimonials. DIRY'C Btln and Senlp purltIM mil benntltlevl to PHP I O CTIICflU MIAP. Abiulnlelvpire. Jfc PAINS AND WEAKNESSES (HP'Of frmaifft ItiitAntlr relieved by thnt new, F Htitant nml ItiMIMilo Vnti.tnti. 10 rum. In. "aam" Ilainimitimi. anil V. nalneii, Urn I'uilciiru tal Antl-rntu i-iiiirr. son yesterdav of paralysis. Ho wns 01 years old and a nathoi.f German v. Ho camo to this country in IKilJ. lor a number of yoirs lm was the pastor nf tho l-'l m S-lrurt Presbyterian Church in Putiirhnn. He nbnndoned the min istry to go Into tlio real estuto busiiio-s. in which ho was not Mieocsful. David L. Onrdlner, who died of pnoumnnlt yesterday nt 45 East Fifty-sevontli stroot, was a lineal descendant of Lion Gardiner, who camo to this country from England in lOII'i and settled on what is now Gardiner's Island, givlnu to It his name. Ho was the sou of the Hon. David Gardiner, whose daughter Julia was President John Tyler's second wife. David Gardiner was killed by tho explosion nf n gun on iioard the frlgato Princeton nt the firing ot a snluto to tlio Presi dent Duvld L. Gardiner was born in this city In 181(1, nnd wus graduated from Princeton In 1KXJ. He studied law with tho llrm nt Emer son ,fc Prltchnri!. and was admitted to tho bar In 184'J. Sevei al year ago ho retired from activo practlc owing to ill health. His wife wns Sarah G. Thompor, daughter of the Into Dald Thnmpon. fnr twenty-live years Presl dont f tho New York Firo Insurance and Trust Oompnny. r'hoitnd three ehildrun sur vive him. Jir. Gardiner was a member of the Metropolitan Club. Martin C. McArthur. who nrcanlr.ed tho American Express Company's agendo throughout tho Vet In 185tl nnd helped inilld the Toledo. Cincinnati nnd St. LoiiIm llnilwiv, and whs for many years President nf I ho Cen tennial nnd Horn" Idle Insurance Company, dlod nt his homo In Burlington, la., yesterday, ugod (II years. Dr. William R. Hopkins of Vergonnos. Vt, died on Sunday, aged 117. Ho was a memher of tho State Legislature In 18tl4-!V, nnd was Mayor of Vergennes for three years. The Bev. Muso Kidder, for flftv years pastor of tho Christian Church in Woodstock. Vt.. his only pastorate, died suddenly on Snturday of heart failure, aged 75. Henry Southor. a well-known brewer of Bos ton, died yesterday, aged Ki. He had been a member of the city Government and President of tho Broadway Bank. James A. Kimhnll dlod in Portland. Me., on Sunday, nged 05 years. He was several times the Democratic candldato for Governor ot Mnine. Mrs. Elizabeth Slneum Morgan Is dond nt her homo in hyracuso. M10 was 77 years old and a sister of Gen. Henry W. Slocum of Brooklyn. A. L. Huhbcll. Presldcntof tho First Nutionnl Bank at Laporte, Ind.. died yesterday. VESTEIIX TIIAFFIC ASSUCIAIIOX. Questlana 10 Co mo I'p Before the Adjourned Meettnc In Thla ( lly To-i'uy! Tho ndjourned meeting of tho Western Traffic Assoclutlon will bo held nt tho Windsor Hotel to-day. nnd n full ntteiiilance of mem bers is expected, rrobnblytho most impor tnnt question to bo discussed will bo tho chnrges made against traffic ofllcials of somo of tho roads by Mr. Jay Gould at the timo thnt General Trafflo Manager J. S. Loods of the JHssourl Pacific, upon his acknowledgment thnt he hnd sanctioned irregularities in rates, wns dismissed. Tho Advisory Board will consider, nmong other things, the ninety days' notlco of tho Atchison. Topckn and Snntu Kd of a reduction in rates for round-trip tickets to tlio Knights Templar ,onclau in Denver, in August, to Sl'J from Chicago nnd St. Louis, nnd $10 from Knnas City. '1 ho Atchison, Topoka and Santa Fo charges that other lines offered induce inents to transportation committees of sooraI coimnniiderioi Jiy means of cYpenshn sup per', cnn contributions, paying Pullman Tares, und In other ways. Tho Atchison. Topeknnnd Santa Fo has also filed an appeal from the leport of tho Coin nn slouer In tlio mutter of reducing second "lass Including Immigrant, rates from Missouri Blver points to the I'ucifle const and intcrmc dlntn points to S14,:i(), which it acknowledges in Itsnppllentlon tn be less than a reason iblu nito for tho servlcn ImoUed Tlio lci.-ul.ir rato Is t35. but out of this u commission ot as much ns $20.70 has boon paid, und tho Vtclt lon company claims that bv a reduction to SU.,'10 It only ineeta tho latu.s mado by other lines. Tho Missouri Pacific will bo represented In the mooting by Mr. Georgo J, Gould, und tho Union Paellle by President . It. 11. Clark. President. Teffrev of tho Denver ana HloGinndo nnd Vice-President Slubb of tho t-outheni Paclflo nro in the city, ns is nl-o Mr. CI'. Hunllngton. 'resident llughltt nf the Chicago nnd Northwestnin nndCuliloof the ('hit-ago. ltock Island and Pncille.iro expected to nnliu lu timo to attend the meeting. itELAWAiti: A.it irmsa.v. Bcnort Hint Slrari. Sprneer. Drprn, nnd Vnnderblll 1 ITI He lllerlril llauaerm, President Olyphant ot the Dclnwnie and Hudson Canal Company said jesterd ly that ho hnd not been consulted n to the changes In the Board of Managers which It is hellnwd will 1.0 made at the annual mooting of stock holders tn-dur. From other sources It was learnnd that Messrs. Cornelius t underbill. Chauncoy l. Depow. and Nimuel hponcor nf the llrm of Dre.vel. Morgan A; Co. would go into tho Board, and it a said that Messrs. Benlaraln II. Brlstow. .fnliu A. btownrt. nnd W. W. Astor would resign In order to mako room for the above-named gentlemen. Adverllsra Anotiier Mun'a I'nlae Teetk for Sale. ANfiONH, May O.-E. I Joeelyn. dentist, pawnbroker, horse doctor, and conerol dealer in anything to be barterod, is a queer charac ter who has made tho poople ot the four asso ciated villages laugh for many years. Ills latest freak is to advertise In the .Hnionla Sen. rmWthat lie will sell at publlo auction, attha town signpost at Birmingham, a false set of teeth " now In the mouth of Henry A. Bradley of Dorby." Joselyn made tho teeth seven f'enrs ago, ha claims, and says they have never iseu paid for. Brndlny is the laughing stock of the four towns und has consulted alawyor to see If thero is any redress. la a renpl.t. .alt f f.raltur. rorablnta will) . (oKinc tiol. T.ie. 11a mora room u.u u. .14 lyla. Can h. cU.n.: without laklnj ..art llai ne wtltl. Kxanma It and yea will bur ma elb.r. 60.txl.im aUw.oJa. Call or writ, f.r Cataloc ua. THE STANDARD F0LDIN6 IED CO., W. 14ti UT.. M. T. t &onstt, Carrinflf, Ut. ONK "WA V" TOSAVB' " " "" Titu: WITHOtT AIXitTIONAL t:0T. vn mav i.cavr vnirit Aiivr.RTiHt:ii:N r amcripan uiNTnVcT t cssriNorut OHlce, It In nnr Hit nt Ailtrrlltlnii Autncln you ito not nml nn enm mu m. Flandrau&Co0 372, 374, 376 Broonu Streaf. TTip ajoxrjxr, Broadway, 5lsl St. and 7lii A?. ELEGANT CARRIAGEa op Tin: i:i:st cicvm:, FOR TOWN AND COUNTRY. A.NII OF KVKItV VAKIIITY HI' IIKSIOV coi.oit. ami vi:miut. htoi.'k i;i:i'(ivii i:nii'i,t.4 PATIXT HI'KIXIil.lXII TKIII KM Forrn-n.a, iarks. rurp ir-n k.. nn i nMii.ti' ir. tifbuej pricn. Spiul tnr u'w jirln-h"' ,,'i U lUiiu . yC Wl:sT itlltl.li, 1 I. r 'II rinin oi .1 4tf(i00'llPSlSi:'-S' tllll.vl - umi InrH mil iiijTifC lurry ii van. un.l l.i.tnt.., hirK.ni'.. ."4U Ku.t THE 3IEIIII.HI.sr ItlXI'i Ui.'.w:. Stnnv Atiittrtn -ulioitld it (nr tli. .1, ilnu nr Ifie IVcCir n. Omaiu, Xnl... Vayii.- tr.fiisthem,in me morials presented totl.c MithiidlstOiiifcreiii-o tn-cluv iaoiiorr.ini th. Troy t'onfei once, whh li Potltlo'iH tho tivni'..il l oiifuionce to o.spr.ugo from the illseli lllm Kvtinii "li;. lelatirg to niiiusenienls. ui at least that it I . nindirlid so that d Hiring mav 1 0 1 otuil-s 1 1,.. Tin-111--iiioil.il Is signed I thu !!o. V,'illini i. 1'ns-t.-r. .fo-l"A.r:.iton. Wilil-i'u 11, 11 ,K'i..s .loin V. Thompson, F. 1'. MM'n-, 1'. V- i-inwi, i.ud sever il nthcts. nil nt Xmv Vnrl.. I'lthop Toster nf Boston ,tp'ioi tho iuno nient. anil has given It his filehil saiicllun. and will without do ilit advor-atc its i.doptlon. Thoipemoil.il isnnw In the hands of the ('.jiii mltteo 011 IiNclpInu1. Bl'hop Vincnt nf N'etv Yu.-U pro-bled ner to-day's inoi'tlpg. Tim w.'tna.i iiurstlon was spiling bv .7. !'. Mnwvell of Nebraska this morning in thu form t a icMiiull.in. whi-h 1 asks that women be admitted in inimberhip in tho i'neral .Mishinn.uv i.uni.!ilttoo. With out do! nto It was referred. W. 3'. Whltl ick of Ohio prosenteil n potitinn, asking that a dally religious p ipcr be csta'dlshed and mn ii'ider the jurl-d.'ctio-i oftlioill'linpsiind tliotlenur.il Cllferatl'. II. I!. Ni'llliams olTereil n n-sniutlnn, that owing to thu fact that the use ut tub icon is n sti'liiiing mini' tn the use t inrnloant. all Melli'i lists itingnin it .is n giowlng evil ami do nil in thfir piiMur tiidinilnisli or nhn'isii tho manur.icturu and snlo nt tlio liurmlul thing." Tlio Michigan Cniiferonoe. through Pr. Cit ten nnd throe others, oirorod tlijx ri'snliitinti: "II ,'in'cn , (eit.ilu hiTimm iiuostluns h ivn nrlin concerning tho administration of thu rieedmmi'o Aid and Southern hdiii'Mtlnn So ciety in loniiection with the school located at Chattanooga: nu 1 ' ll'ioui. It Is gonor.illvropnitod thnt said society bus spent annually K7.00U tn flll.tHH) in support ot a largo liii-ulti'.whcn really thoro was not at nny tlr.10 a school of sufficient grade or sl;:o to justify such expenditure; thereroio bo it " Itrmtvnl. That tho IVeedman's Aid nnd Southern l-.ducatbvi Coiiiinitteo is hereby re snocttully renuesti'd to caiofully o.vnmine Into snld .1dml111str.1ttnn.il nd report to this Oencrnl C'onforenro ut 1111 rally (into." It was lefiuri-d without discussion. Dr. King nf Xew Voik olTered n roolution nskiug that the Conference commend tho pro iioscd .Sixteenth Amendment to tho Constitu tion prolilblting thu appropriation of publlo money for tho nggrnrtteement or support of sectarian schools In order to perpetually sera rnrotho C'huicli and .State. O.rlnctothe hiblt of deloatcs leaving for homo befoi e the llnal adjournment of the Con ference, it was losolved thut unless the mom brih recelv.i porinicbion. tlielr travelling ex penses will not be paid. , Absolution was nlTercd that, owing to tho dec.lne in congregatinnal singing, music has lost its power in tho chinch. The Cnnfcrenrn Is asked to take steps to Introduco the study of music in the Sunday schools. Dr. King nf NewYnife offorcd a resolution asking 1 1 ui t the t.'onferonco commend the pro posed sixteenth amendment to thn Constitu tion, nrnlilriittng the nppioprlatlon of puidin money for the ngginiidlyeiiieiit or support of sectarian schools in nrderto t erpottinliy sepa rate tlio Church iwd tit.ito. Ho mldressod tho i.onfcrrni'o on tho subjoct. snjlng three things would tin accompllsliod. namely: Firr. the protection of the common schools: second, thn divorcing -if tho Church nnd State: third, the banishment of ecclesiastical tjranny in politics. J he resolutions wore adopted unan imously nmid much applause. Dr. Mug ultcrcd anotiier resolution asking that no fiirtliorapproiuiatloiis for Indian ml sionuiy work bo accepted from thn nntlonal ? reasury, as It Is wrong in spirit and letter, tie snld tho timo had come when this great ( much should not only rrfiibo to accept monoy but doclino to apply fnr it. (Appl.iut.0.1 Ills stntenient was emidinslzcd by Dr. Nrelj-. who said tho Church as a church Jms never asked or received a singlodollnr from thellov eminent. He f.ivoied the lesolutlon. Dr. Leonard nf iihio also favored It, saying the l liurcli should never placo Itseir in a po-j. tion where it could not protest against farm '"gout Its wards to no educated by the Ilonian ( .ithnllc ( liun-h and thn mlsupjiroprlntlon of funds, 1 ho resolution wus adopted. Ituslnra. Troull-. Thn Sheriff has not token pof session of the grnceiy sturo of s'nittn ACo., at HluWent IL'.'ith street, on tho executions for SM'.OJ issued against tho llrm on t-'.iturd.iy. The firm has given a bill of sale for Slii.oOo to Sahatoio Messina, who nlso holds judgment for that amount, nnd ho hni put In a claim of owner ship. .lohn Knlleher. gr icernt ."O'Jand H81 1'iglitli nenuo. in.irto an assignment jesterd. i tj Mimiiel Ciooks without iirrfeiencr. Juilgment forl:t,(i!i; vcis ('iitored yettoidny ngnliist Lilwnrd Hatch. ntuoVbrokor. fn laior of 1 .divr.rd A. .Moulon, who s.iy, l. i,.n: llatili KM) sharos of Iviiko bhora nock on net. Us IMS", wiileh was never letumed. .iiiilgmeiit rurSlNij was yesterday entered nciiiiist I erdliiniid . Hor(.e. n:aniig r 1 f t llarleni 'ihcatie, nnd .liinnle ('. Ii.if, . In favor of tho Twelfth Ward Bank. 1 p- ms-sp.-y iioti-Mimdo by JnnnloC. an.l ii: 1 .r-"l by 1 urdliiaud. SB1 ft TOWALK. , Why not ? Sho has health and , spirits dresses in style and com fortable as freo as the snapping air she moves unchecked by steel-framed stays she clows with freedom's praco 'tis tho waist tho Equipoiso Waist tho natural substitute for all corsets. Mado by Georpo Frost Company, Boston. For sale by Now York dealers generally. Equipoise Waists or j THOMSON'S OIXlVE-rinlNO rORBBTI jnalletf, po.l- I pald.earclptof prica. Calaloiuei f r. pnu. B" rj ukjJku u wait itm it., kw rwiw I I ,r ' .. I'MIVWM" '"WJ- HIH