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:.. H' "i THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1&2. V . . '
saaaavL aSKr st K If v ' praised by THE EMPEROR.' Hl HfKT T uxjn.t.1' rusni.M.s. saaaaar'I aKtK T Hrnttitel I.neHi Win Hhot Bonn Two LaaaKt saBsaaT Clllrcna Ilic-ltrn I'misual Honor from HKv H , . tl SiivrrflBii-NrH'Poprrii Crltlelte the jjFi jHf. Kmiitrtr'i ISemiti-kubln Action. saaaaalit' saaVK " ' ' ltmus, Mny in Sovoral nowapapors pub- saaaaW BK' lUhto-tlartlio ilctnltsof nromnrkable ceno M KK at tlio bnrrm-l.. of tlm Kmpcror Francis jHjf HB Jdnopli roelmtnt la.it Satunlny nlcht, when K' aBlEl - Emperor Willlntn was entertained ntnbnnquet Laaaaf?. BH In the. officer' cnelno. Tlin Kmporor dronk aaBft isBPp ' frooly nnil M'oko ot tlio nocosslty ofti noldicr'n aaaaf tPrFr forcetllni: ilurlnt; lilt Hcrvlco tlint ho hnd any aaH?'' IM? tlulle oxcopttlio'o to Ills xvar lord and court- f !. fi try. 1'innllr tho I'.mporor cnllod to a private ' IKi 'i lit tlio ontninco: H St h " Call In Lucck. J Imvo Bomotlilnc to ny to M ? I litm." TH h To most ot tno officers tho words xvoro n B J' ?? eomploto Burprl.sc, ni I.ucclc Is tho sontry who jH v i . Ullod ono cltlr.cri und snvoroly wounded no," jH fr othor beforo tho birrracks In tho Wrnnual jH ? ( strnnso filx xvoekn ii co. Tho cno had boon H l' ?; invostlcatcd. nndLuuek. nt tho Kuiprror's In- m J J. atance, Imd boon promoted to bo Innoo cor- H 4 '' poml. Kvonnmonit military men tho opinion jH ) .prevnllod tlmttlio uITalr filiould bodropped out jH ' S . of Bloht na Boon us poHslblo, for tho Bhootlnc H ; nd promotion ctiuiod a i-torm ot Indignation jH j, r throURhout tho omplie, und sovoral 1)od- jH ; ntles are known to bo ready to rols nnothor jE ' , storm In tho Jtulcliotac on tlio dny when thnt Baal fe Jmrlr nvmnimlii". In tlin nnuso which fol- B t1 ri ( lowed tho call for l.uouk tho Kmneror e.x- B -, B '. plalnod thnt hn was nbout to reward tho lanco HB'" ) ij eorpornl tar his f.ilthfulnoBS to duty, nnd C4 i k WlsbodnllthnolTlcors prosontto Bhowcxcep- BB i f; tlonnl rnipcct for tlio youne man. When HB ', ''"' Lueek cntorod tho ollleorH and cuopts followed Hw ' ' tho Emperor In rlclnc and I.uock was prdnrcd S hi " toBtami fncim.' Ins hoveivlcn. Thohmnoror S K $ then took hit fo.it, and while tho rest Blood S 'it M ddrcHsoill.uevktliUH: B ' f" "Luoi'k. you (iro n splendid eoldlar. , ion H S v. maintained, ns ns.Mitryotthn ThlM liaelmont K ,:', of thodimnls. in thn Nr.inKelMrns9otlio best I,' '", tradltlonHOluiMirmy.'itMillFclplIno nnd honor. f Jt llionotlmt iitj soldlor will follow your ox- v rV nrnploon Hlmllar o"c:iiotiH. nnd will Imvo the M f j nmftoHiii,iiiidirsliiiHllnioflilsdutleH toward BB (' J ine. my army, and hliuxulf. J "riuwk, you nroim honor to your reclmont . ? and your merit utinll not iz unrownrded." fSjj Tho Kmpomr ordered tlntt n Rlnes of wlno i bo Klvnn to 1ahm:U. nnd nil piesnnt. under tho ( t; command of tlm Kuipcror, drank to Lueck's lionlth. The i:miuir then hud his portrait B ; '; fetched, lip.irlnc his imtoi;inpli, nnd cava It to B ' I liiieck. Th'i Iniiert eorpornl blushed and .; t Baldtt'dnndwn then allowed to retire. This H f P nstoundlm? scene wis koiit secret. n tho K. r v' opinion of nil prpsent. even of thoo synnia- f . r thb.lnc with tho Knipi'ror's HOntitncntH, was H f :'. that thin younc war lord had don e.an exceed- B , ' Innly tnipolltf"net and tlml tlio country wus ' ) hardly In afondltlon to dlou.s it calmly. , . j. The Kuiiioror. howeMT. as apparently ds- ; - tormined tu let his i oople know his nentl- m ' ments for ut tlio pirade on tint Tempclhofer i Fold ho unexpectedly nppeareil on norselmek. j rode up lioloio J.iiiM:k.v ret-'iincnt. and called . i out tho you lie jii.in. He then repeated Ills commendation of .Saturday nlcht. o.xurosned tlio liniinth.it I.ueck's eomrades would provo . an faithful to their soldierly dutlosns hnd the B ' lance corporal, nnd closed by nominating Lueek for exemption. fc. This Bpeeeli. tosether with an account of r wlmtltook place In tho onlcore' casino, was V ( publlshod by tho nowspnpers thin mornlnc J Tho pulillentiou. Willi but lew oxeeptlons. was s I: Accompanied with bitter commentR upon tho V ,, ' mperor'M HPPiuent elTort to emphasize hla V, 1 l detlance of public opinion. Tlio l'ornert.. ? V iYeialnnige ZeiluiHj. Jtotnm-Vourla; andJirnu- K ' ttil'ina nro especially sovoro. f . . Tho Investigation ot the case tins vhown J, that I.ueck killed his man in cola blood. 1 - Trandtand Treher. the two worklnemon ln- C volvedin the dispute, wero drunk, and their f attompt to tonso I.uock would have amounted r ; to notnlnir had the latter not talked back nnd E i , told them to pass on or ho would make them J ; BUffor for their Importinonco. The quarrel Ht '' " 'continued until Luock beunn to load and pre- J l,, 'i- pare to tako aim at the worklnemon. telllnc j y them that they wero under nrroHt, and that If B: j V ' tliey tried to escapo ho would (Ire. This so- J t ' bored llrandt nnd Trober and they started to J i fv ,,Y .Tun nway. Tho matter would havo ended t . t "iP'there had not Lueek takon doliborate aim and H I r. " rlred. wounding Brandt mortally andTreber K, t severely. f ;,, J' s The. press Is now almost unanimous In do- J k.: -. mandlns that, despite tho (Emperor'a "private B 5 o opinions, tho calls of all civilian Germany for J i'c a remedy of such fatal abuses be heard by the J o Government. As soon as tho slttloKS of the I , ; JtelohstaK are resumed Eusen Itlchter. Indo- J (V , pendont, and August Ilobel. Social Democrat. J V j will arralcn the Government for the crime of J , ' Jjueok. and it is oxpooted that they will be 1 ; t rapported by Herr von Uennigson. National Hr i i i I'lheral. and Count Uallstrom, ClorieaL Tho !J Independents and Social Democrats with this 2 v support will try to compel tho Emperor prao k '., X tlcally to oat bis words and approve the re T '., form. Otherwise thoy hope to organize the K .' '; majority into an uncompromising opposition j- " "' to dofoat the (Jovornment on All questions ''' i until a bill shall be proposod whloh. will pro Hr 'V vide for the punishment of such crimes as j ( fj Lueok's. H M ATIACKIXQ TUB JEWS. f ' V ' "Striken In Polnsd Kill ScTerml ofTktB R f r 4 KusBlam Troops Called tto Uie 6cbc, H J : t -" TiEuyA. MAy 10. Furthor detallB have been H l '- reeelvod of tho attack on tho Jews by a mob of H W-S Btrlkors at Lodz, l'oland, sevcnty-flva miles H , Xv fromWarBaw. Tho Polish people of Lodz have Hj 'e,. been for soma timo jealous of the Increasing Hj ' jA numborof Jews In the linen and woollen mills. K Rj:: Manx of tbeso wore from thcllnterlor oURussIa H 't'l bavins boon driven from their former homes Hj, Ev by peraocu tlon. and thoy wore willing to work H ' for very lowwaces. This was ono of the H ' ;; cauBoa thnt led to tho strlko at Lodz. B'u ', During Passover week pome enemies of the H) ' H V Jews circulated tho report that they had stolen Hk i ' '" nd murdered n Christian child in tho course Hm ! ' of tho Passover coremonlos. This report was Hj j I' I not believed by tho intelligent, but it created ., j ' -. ereat oxcltoment nmong tho ignorant. When I. L - tho strlko beaan tho Jows continued at work, ': I ' end this Increased the Irritation against them 4' L i"or a lonir time It has been customary for tho 7 F ; moro mallgnunt Jow bnlturs in Lodz and other a. ' towns to go nbout pulling the beards and , . noses of tho Jews. Jinny of the Jows submit I C. ted meekly, unless tho pulling was too oo- ; r W vore. when thoy retallutod. and an incident of $ this kind Is said to havo been tlio immediate " I 4 eausootthorlQtat Iodz. ' j .A UOne of tho strikers, mooting a Hebrow, pro- By I C'i voked him to madness, nnd ho rcsontaa by ' ! ra. ' making n dosporato attack on tils persecutor. '-'' i ' & The latter raised aery that tho Jews wero at- X' Is tacking tho Christians, and then the strikers .', ! V" to the number of thousands startod to make mcA sift SierclleBSwar on the liobrews. fe t i Tho latterdofondod themselves with the en- ;.,, k' ' orgy otdeBDalr. but tho Btrlkors had the better m" W of tho conlllct, and a number of tho Hebrews Mi! ft, t were killed, as woll as several of tholr assail- MHf ' ft; snta, Tho Russian troops, who wero called to ."'.' ' W t the scano. favorod tlio rioters, und the latter "" sV " oontlnued to carry on tlio attack until wourlod fit i out with tho struggle. Much pronorty was de- ' ( '' troyed. Tho number ot lives lost is not gU on. Ki ' 5'v ' Ad ","""ln i-'entenced to Heath, Bt, : p ' OoKBTiNTiNopi.E, Mnj 10. Merdjan Christo m I 5, '''Jhas.been Bentoncod to doath for tho murder of m Um 'r' Vnlkovltch, lato Uulgarlan diplomatic rop- mh' mmrA " resentative nt Constantinople. Thecrimowas v HK; , r" committed in Tobrunry last. Dr. Vulkovltch Wh WmW tftdmado calls on Lady Whllo nt the British ri t'l ' Embassy and tho Italian Ambacsndor.nnd was Ml' mmy . returning to his houso with tlio Intention of I U ,v-' dressing to dlno out. whon n man who was I Wm"4 ,. walking bohlnd him suddenly sprnug forward U- , and. plunging adacgorlnto his loft slde.mnde -; HB''' l off down o siuo street The Doctor himself ro ' 111 moved thedaggorfromthewoundandbhouted . - for assistance. Ho died soon af tor. The or! me i Tll was traced to Vulgarian rofugoes under the iiB i" Broteotlon of llussla, and it was shown that K Merdian Christo, a Turkish subject had been mWf" the hired assassin. Christo confessed his jHjk,, guilt and Implicated those who had hired him. ''-$ ifH;V' HtTlibnme'a Tmsedy. 'fiVX Lokbox, May 10. Bwlnburno's tragedy, f& Wt- ' "Tho Slstars," which will bo published on '- ?ll Thursday, Is dodlcatod to his aunt. Lady Mary ;.'. illV Gordon. Thn scene is laid in Northumbor- "f ' f land, in tho year 1810. Thoro are Bixcharao- It I1 tors, all rustics. Tlm rloco contains much if: m r. lovomaklns, and Is In no way asoriousstudy, I- " H Is lntnrspersi'd with many beautiful songs. ,i ' It Is said that Hwlnburno intends to liaVH this V -Plnco put nn thiistago in New Verk. desiring, f ! It would ceom. to onler tlio Held go suceess- i j fully invaded by Tennyson. a-'' i' KuVniBo Jtrrorm In Bclulum. f , I IiBttsrrjj. May lO.-Tho Belgian Ohambor of tt, f , Deputies votod unanimously to-dny In favor T ,' tho rjjIMun of Article 47 of tlm Ilolclan J- ontlrutnn. 'Ilils p eilgi-s tlio present 1'ur- ,i ( liuniynt to suffrngo refm m, 41 i p t A Itiimnr (but limlo It, IIMnd. 'V A'- BEnu:.-. May 10.-A doepatcli from Zanzibar .h Rays, that Liuln IV.tbu has become totally i i " blind. Tho report U believed to be not lm- 3 fi, probable, as Iimln'e tight has never been I I' i Mrong. '' JQccsBt Chairs Md VrnMrny TakUa I to sat TarUty at ruat's. lit" st. aaq u ay WVh, MJ'x?!SSSiSVSXttSMmMtSUBSi'ST!lirx PBIVCIPAt, BTKISSOS'B TVACUF.ML TliclrCliareca Acatnat Ilia And Ills Agnliit Tli m tj'ndf r InvrKllCMllon. Four different Bots of charges nnd counter charges, growing out of thn dispute betweon Principal Ooorgo Stclnson of tho Pouith ward primary school In Long Island City, wero rend nttho special meeting ot tlio Hoard of 1-Mucn-lion of that city, hold In tho City Hall last night whero an investigation into tho troublo was begun. Commissioner J. Lnrkln. Iroldent of tlio Board. proMdod. Among the ppectators lio crowdod tho room were Charles W. llraco and William Mukkloll. who bad Mr. Stelnson n rested, accusing him of attempting to shoot thorn ono night lat week. !lls Carrlo A. Hnycs. Miss Ella 11. Ilragan, and Miss l'nnnlo .1. Kelly, the teaehcrs who mnde tlio ebarcos against Mnlnsnn. snt near tho door. Ilols.'t't years old, tall, with light linlr nnd n reddish beard and moustache. . , , Tlio flrt charges nuido wero read, by Miss Hnyes. In which sho accused him of having called her ft llsh womnn. The prln-lpal hiijl accused her of striking ids tl- car-old rhlld. 1-Jllth A. Melnson. Sheilelilcd Inning struck tho child. In tho controversy, she alleges, tho principal threatened to deprivo her of her class, nnd sho replied that sfio' was engaged by tho Board of Education. A set of charges signed by tho three teachets characterised thn principals daily conduct ns a series of petty tyrannies. He censuredthein linforo tlio whole school, nnd nlso. thoy say. distributed mnrKod copies or n newspaper among the pupils containing an nitlele unlit to bo rend by ehlldron. He also snld they didn't know how to tench and wero letter lif ted for cooks In niculleryln some NcwioriC restaurant Fuithur than thlK. they say. In; comiiared tUoni to llsh women, and Informed thnm Ihtr fntbers' null would Mxm 1.0 broken. Tho charges also nsert thnt ho made insulting and Indecent epeeches beforo the school: that be mnde fnUo promises, nnd that he told tho children they enuld not ho blamed for tiad conduct when they hud a bad cxumplo set them by tho teachers. , Then Principal Stelnson's charges ngainst tho teachers were read, In which ho snys Miss Ella II. Brngan ordered him around boforo tho school, nnd that Superintendent Pardee of the schools uphold her in this conduct Following this came the charges mnde by Ruperlnlendent Pnrdoo In which ho accuses Principal stclnson of usurping tho authority of tho Board ot Education in closing his school without authority: of insubordination, un truthfulness, nnd Incompetency. This finished tho charcos and then the Inves tigation was opened. Miss Hayes was tho first witness. Hhp in about Hi years old nnd has taught school for throo yonrs. Sho gnvo testi mony to substantiate the charges. Miss Holly testified that sho know tho principal was going to make charges ngainst them from tho manner in which ho wont sneaking nnd spying about tho school. Sho heard tho prin cipal toll Miss Hnycs she was better fitted for a fish woman. Hd told her that her father's pull would soon be broken. Miss Brngan swore sho made tho charges herself witli tho assistance of Miss holly nnd Miss Hayes. In answer to a quostlon by Mr. Meln son, sho Bald she bellevod all tho paces of tho charges as written by her Weru still thore.nl thougn she understood that Mr. Stein son him self had access to them. The investigation will bo continued. cnixicisisa tiih ror& Treaea Catholic Anxlona Oitr III Inter Terrace la Politics. Lomdon-. May 10. A well-Informed Paris cor respondent declares that thel'opols putting the patience of French Catholics to a voir sevoro tost by his coercion ot the Monarchist party. Tho great majority of tho Catholic lay men, as well asof the prelates. aroantl-ltepub-ltcans, theexlstlng regime being regnrded as adverse to tho Interests of the Church. The feeling of anxlotycauscd by tho Popo's earlier utterances In favor ot reconciliation with tho existing Government has been aggra vated by the moro recent encyclical and brief into a state ot mind bordering upon revolt MonBignord'Hulst. a nowly elected member of the Chamber from Brest, said to-dayth.it the authority of tlio Pope Is only nbsoluto in matters connocted with dogma and religion: that ho Is fallible like othor men when ho trenches upon other ground. For moro than a century no Pope has Interfered with so much violence to order a party to nbandon its past renounce its hopes, nnd betray its political faith. The oncycllcal and tho brief la which the Legitimists and Imperialists wero per emptorily ordered to abandon their hopes of a political reform were acts of extraordinary pressure, almost of oppression. Monslg nor d'HulBt added that while tho Pope was at liberty to assume an opportunist ntti tude if he saw lit to do so. nobody was obliged by his duty as a Catholic, to obey his com mands In this respect or to follow his exam ple. The fact that d'Hulst Is an Archbishop and rector of a Catholic institute, attracts uni versal attention to his remarks, and It Is con fidently expected that tho Pono will adopt somo striking means of signifying his dis pleasure at the monsignor'S'Utteranoes. JAEOER ABltESTED. Xotaschllda'a EaWullis Cashier Caagat la Aexaadrla. Alxxahdbu. May 10. Jaeger, tho abscond ing cashier of the Frankfort houso of the Rothschilds, was arrested at the Hotel Ilam leh In this city to-day at tho Instance of Borlln detectives. His luggage was seized and he is hold in jail to-night awaiting extra dition. Ho refuses to talk about his affairs. He had been at the hotel sovoral days under an- assumod name. Ho was recognized while at breakfast by tho Oerman officers. Jaeger came here on Mny 1 with a flashily dressed woman named Klez. Thoy reglsteipd at the Hotel Kamloti as Mr. and Mrs. ltundolfl. He went to tho Bourse dally and read the foreign newspapers with unconcealed eager ness. In appearance ho Is greatly chanced, having shaved off his whlskors and had his hair oropped. When the police arrested him ho tried to draw a revolver. In his luggage tho greaterjportlon of thn money obtained by him on the Itelchsbank check was found done up in small packages. The Coailaa; War with Dahomer. Pirns. May 10. Advices from Porto Novo say that great anxiety is felt for tho nrrlvalof moro reinforcements. M. Ballay. tho Governor of Frenoh Guinea, has arrived at Kotonou with sixty Bonegalese. who have been despatched to the most threatened points. Tho packet Villo de Ccara is expected with about I'M na tive troops and a score of French marines, but she can hardly reach Kotonou boforo tho'-'Mh. An offloer of great experience has just ex pressed the opinion that nothing will bo done until an army of 3,500 men Is sent out to try conclusions with King Bohanzln. Supported by a few companies of mnrlnos and of the for eign legion, the tionegallans, Bpahls. Turcos. and native soldlors would soon vanquish the Dahomeyan forces, and. If the monarchy wero overthrown nnd tho pooplo frood from a despotic tyranny, I ranco could count on their fratitudo and cooperation over aftorward. Iranwhlle the Dahomeyans continue to In trench themselves bofore Kotonou, and are constructing a road loading to Lake Dunham. The Aaicrleaa Keglstrr or In man rJteamers London. May 10. The passage by the Unltod States Congress of bills granting an American registry to the Inman steamers City of New York and City of Paris is reeelvod with much grumbling hero. It Is bolleved tho Admiralty will make a statoment of some kind; other wise It will bo questioned in the Houso. '.The SU Jamrt Vajrttr says: " Tho addition of threo more- would give tho United Btntes Ave of tho swiftest cruisers in tbn rnrl,1 iv i.r... I the British lion will not waste its tlmo growl ing. .Lotus hide our time, and when tho Ad miralty grants futuro subventions to steamers Impose as a condition that the vessel rocelv lng tho same cannot bo transferred to a for eign Mag on any condition." A matins Mora Anarchists, Likob. May 10. The Belgian authorities are still actively engaged in arrosting Anarchists. A man named Pouillo. arrested yesterday, Is believed to have been the author of tho recent explosion. He is also accused of robbery. Iaalctsd for Assanlllns Miss Price. London. Mar 10. The Hon. Patrick Gre rllle Nugent was to-day Indicted and hold for trial In tho sum of 200 on tho charge of bay. ing assaulted Miss Marion Price in a railway carriage between Brighton and London. Note of FerclEa Ilapacalag. Cardinal Lavlgcrlo Is seriously lib Mr. Do Bouehervillo will retire from tho Premiership of tho 1'iovlnce of (Juebeosooii after the und of tho present sesblou of Parlla mont. The selection of Slgnnrflhllttl as the now Italian Premier k.M'h great satisfaction in German political circles, mid Is counted upon ns Insuring Ihu continuance of tho Triple Alliance. Mr. John C. New, thn American Conful-Oen-eral. will sail for New iork to-day on tlm City of Chicago from Liverpool. Mr. New nnd his daughter. will visit Indlannpolis, and bo will Incidentally give some attention to American politics. World's Fstr SDsclsl-fsTorU trslu for Oslcuo vt TgikOsatnJ. He sum Urt-4. co.YAfCTcpr nauovRA's. ,Tuy rJend tTn'lnnlrVeteu ' jrj tne Chlcuso fonvCBtloa. Nkw IIavks. May 10.rrTho Democratic Btato Convention was called io order In tho Hyperion Thentront 10 o'clock this morning by Clinton 11. Dmls. Chairman of tho Stato Central Com mittee. Judge Walsh of NowBrltaln was then Introduced ns temporary Chairman. Judgo Walsh mailo a speech of half on hour's dutatlon. Ho said that tho delegates ought to go un trammelled nnd unpledged by any instructions or conditions, nnd If so. tho Convention could predict that their cholro would bo overwhelm ingly approved nt tho polls ut tlio Novcmbor election. (Ion. J'. U Bradley of New Haven was chosen permanent Chairman. Ho was escorted to tho Plntrorm by ox-Congressman Vance and I. C. Benedict ot Oreonnlch. nnd was Introduced by Mr. Vnnco. Mr. Vnncosald: " Tho story of tlm Republican party In rocent years has been the story of class legislation. With the Republican record In this State. It sooms but arrant hypocrisy for Kopubllcans to mourn over the assumed suppression oi otes in tlio South." . , .,.,.. , .i,.,- llen. Bradley then nnotod statistics to .show that tho ( onstltutlon of lHIHgnoon fair ropro condition tu nil sections of thn State In its day. nnd then minted further statistics taken from recognlert authorities to show tho necessity for u radical ebanso. Ho said: "If the llgures which lately appeared in the public, press nro correel. the ll:i Democrats In tho Houso or llepre-entntlieswore electod bylU.it.i votes, while tho Ml Republicans woro electod by OI"vas1iniiM not lo0 flight," ho continued, "of the fact that for nearly a year and n hiiir men lmw been occupying thoexocut onmces mid uerelsing full power nnd authority in them who er not tho eanaiuaics pi nnrj lltb'al party at the last Mate election, i hat such n state of ftlTnlrs can exist Is uvlden.ee thnt wo need u now constitution, not a revision of the old. not mi amending, but a legally con stituted convention to rramo a charter that shall rclcao tho people Trom their Ihrnldom. that shnll make them free In fact as well ns in name. Remember that Mato ofllcers. fairly and legally elected, havo been kept out of their unices tor sixteen months, and may never, perhaps, bu allowed to till them. Let us demand ft Constitutional Convention that shall framo and .submit for adoption to th people of this State n now constitution, which shall gitooiiunl mid exact justleo to every citizen within Its borders." .Nominations Tor delegates nt large were then called for. nnd tho selections tnnile nt tho Congressional district nnd county caucuses Inst night weio announced nnd ratified by a unanimous -wito in evory case. The delegates at large are Alvln 1'. lljdo of Hnrtford, Charles French of Soymour. Jninos It. Shannon of Nor wich, nnd E. B. Benedict of Greenwich. Mr. William S. Parden of Now Hon en then re porte 1 the platform, which was adoptod with a shout , . , It declares for tariff reform and n staplo cur rency of gold, silver, and paper, founded upon coined money of the least obtainable fluctua tion In vnluo: ugalnst free siller, nnd snys: W nrralun tli Ailnilnlntrntlon of Beiijsmtu Harrt Hon for bfstowlwr mo-t ot hl I'sbfnH appointments upon little lMniirn. fur rmnrdlnif polltUslworleri ultli JuJlclnlsnilotiier i rolnuiinits. tor turnlnit to iiirlunn ii r. ins t'eiminn Bureau ami tlio t nisiis " rtim. for raerlllfiiii: hl "uiilrj In Its Mtlirlng sa u limie, inr in ltai wire us I'mmu '' ..-., "... tripuillr rcnnWirof flilli. for ihronliu tho inuiifiir of lua AiliiiinlKtr.itlan in rainrnt iiic lulauitona re Mil. mid for apprnUni: tlm MrKlnkjr lull, the Mhi-r lull, nnii the eiirnicnt nupruDrlalioiii "f the lt Hflinbllran I'misreu. rinnllr. r eprei our illap pruvalorthtl'nnitltlltliiunriliU Mnlcaml Ita Incnhe rent ninenttineiita ns n, jstem. pr.'noiinrlnit it vanlliiK In mtrtplntion to preiienl eomllltoni'. Its rln'tlon nift. rhinery lins broken ilnwn. Iti. renrmentatlon 1 iinitier. It prnvM.in arc euimtniil) derUnl tn brunt mlnoritlrs Into power, and are tlllrtl uith ilietruxt of the etectorH nlhelerllllnatefnvereliii rulini power nf the com moiivteatlli. lie lllerturn delnatid lit revUion ai a vrhiiie by a Conitiiiiilonal Convtntlon to be callsJ by ItieUenerat Attaflnblj. AXir-SXAP PRIMARIES, Demonstration nf ftte T'eaknrs of the MnKWump In Broohlva. The moveraont ot the nntl-Bnappors In Brooklyn mny bo regardod ns having reached Its climax last night when alleged primaries wero hold In tho various wnrds and towns for tho choice of thirty-six de!egnts and a like number of alternates to tho Syracuse Conven tion. Unlike the regular organisation, tho anti-snap manngors nrratigcd that the dele gates and alternates should be choson directly by tho voters ana the primaries instead of. in accordance with the time-honored Dcmocrntle custom, nttho Assemhly conontlonB. Although tho I'.xecutlvo Committeemen hnd announced that the total roll of nntl-snnppcrs In tho county reached tho formidable propor tions of over 11.000. the highest number of votes recordod last night In any ward was 5'J. nnd this gro.it showing occurred In tho Twen tieth ward, which Is regarded ns the strong hold nf tho anti-snappers In tho county. As an Illustration of tho elmraclor of tho entire movemont. it is only necessary to point out that the names ut the delegates and nlternates alleged to have boon elected last night were published nearly a week ago In the Jiuglr. As a matter of fnct tho thirty-six anti-snappers who will go from Kings county to Syineuse will represent about 1.500 chronlo political kickers. MOXTASA REPURLICAXX They VTontd r.lLei to Follow Jmnn O. Blaine lr the Futes Were Auspicious. Helena. Mon.. May 10. Tho Republican Btato Convention to select delcgntos to the National Convention wns held at Missoula yes terday. The resolutions endorso tho McKln ley bill, denounce the Democratic majority for passing tho Froo Wool bill, condomn all efforts to remove the tariff from Mexican lead oro, favor liberal pensions, demand that tho con tract betwoen the Government and the North ern Paclflo Railroad be carried out to the lettor of tho law, demand mcnRtircs to secure Mon tana's right to mlnernl lands, and endorse the Administration of President Harrison. The resolution showing the Presidential prefer ence of tho Convention is as follows: fietolrtl. That in common wlh the ereat man of the Ilepubllrans ot the Union we would dellitbt to ire the itandard of the party placed In the hands of him whone name le a liouveho'd word In every American home and a cherlMied treasure In eer7 American heart, the (prrmost atMteaman nf the lime, the incarnation of prcirreislre and patriotic Kepubllcanitm. the objector the people's foouevt del ireJamea O. tilalne. Amotion was mado to strike out this reso lution, tho objectors saying It was equal to an instruction for Blaine, but it was voted down, reeolvlng but live votes. A motion to instruct tho dologates to vote for no ono but a freo-coluago cand Idate for President wus voted down almost unanimously. A LITTLE BLAISE BOOH. Th Indiana Friend of the Secretary Think lie IV III Yet Bun. Indianapolis, May 10. The friends of Sec retary Blaine have become very active within the past few days, and say they have assur ances from Washington that ho will accept the Presidential nomination if it Is tendered him by the Minneapolis Convention. They nro now engaged In an effort to bring about such an understanding with tho Indiana delegates as will Insuro a solid vote for Blaine from In diana when It shnll becomo npparont that Harrison cannot bo nominated, but thoy con fess ihey nro making but llttlo headway, owing to Incredulity among tlio delegutes and gen oral belief that tho President will bu nomi nated without opposition. lilnlno's friends say that thoro are upon tlio Indiana delegation iniiiiy who wuiild gladly support the Decretory, but they regnrdhls letturns Una), and will nut mako any pledges that could bo construed into opposition to Harrison. ci.Erxi.Asn cassot irz.v. Congressman Hare or Ohio Hay Harrison Can Ileal the Claimant. rrrrsnuiiOH, May 10. Congressman Ilare of the LlghthOhlodlBtrlct, from upper Bandusky. who defeated ox-Gov. Charles Foster last fall. In passing through the city this morning on his way to Washington, wns interviewed on Presidential possibilities and said: "If President Harrison and Mr. Cleveland aro tho nominoos 1 want to bay right here that although 1 am a Democrat. I bollovo Harrison will be elected. I feel conlldont that Cleveland could not carry Now York, nnd ho wouldn't win enough votes outside to mako up for his loss In .Now York. Much of Mr. Cleveland's popularity Is duo to tho fnct that he was tho llrst Democratic President during a period nf over twenty jenrs. but that will hardly weigh much in the present campaign." l.hOSARli WILL 11UUT lOli IT, Mean to Drmtand n Cnacresslonal Inrestl. cattuu erilitt Loillslnnu i:irctlon. Baths Rot'iir. May 10. Mnjor Hero. Judge Morris Maras, nnd the Hon. P. Leonard, tlio Ilopubllcnu candidate fo'r Governor, aro hero to llle. u demand, under tho Constitution, that Leonard be seated. A document has already been prepared by them, setting forth that Leonard has been dujy elected linvornor. It Js believed that tills Js.inerojy n preliminary step ton Congreshlonal inrntigatipu ot the recent elections. Mrs. JT. It. Txnaeneckr of Union Deposit, Pa. Weak and Weary Indigestion, Distress, Sour Stomach, Palpitation. Tho lady whoso portrait Is given abovo be longs to a sect noted for their fidelity, lu tlustrynntl piety. She writes us voluntarily: "C. I. Hood A Co- Lowell. Mass.: "I fool It an imperative duty to mako known what Hood's Sarsaparilla has dono for mo. I havo been troubled with Indigestion for many years, and havo sufforod much distress, flatu lence and sour stomach. At night 1 had Frightful Dreams And would awako suddenly with an all-gone feeling nnd palpitation ot tho heart It was ofton nocossary for somo one to rub mo to bring on reaction of tho honrt I had these spells froquently. With theso troubles I also hud .sN.iifn Jffniiirii by spells for at least 15 years, mostly In wlntor. At times I could hardly move. Work beenmo such n bur den I begged to quit farming,. But 1 com menced using Hood's ctarsnparllla. nnd it has helped mo wonderfully. I was very much re duced when I began with It but have been so much renewed that my lolks say they think I am Growing Young Instead of old. 1 am 52 years old, weigh moro than I overdid, do all my own work, andean milk nlno oows with moro easo than I could milk one Inst wlntor. I can go to bed nnd Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures sleep, which, nfter what I havo suffered. Is n yrit litm.iuii to me. I nm also cured of rheumatism, as I have hnd no attack for u long time." Mrs. J. B. LONUKXKfJKEB. HOOD'S rif.r.N do not weaken, hut aid diges tion and tone ths iioinarh. Trj them. SOCOUT IXFORMATIOS WITH A PISTOL. Ex-Roundaman McOloln Waated llahlater to Tell II I m Where Del I. John W. MeOloln. an employee of the Now York Central Itatlroad and formerly a rounds man on tho pollco force, wns held in $500 ball for trial by Justice Hogan at the Yorkvlllo Court yesterday morning for threatening tho life of John Y. Bohimer. a boda water manu facturer of MX! West Sixty-eighth street. Mc Ololn accuses Behlraer of having alienated from him tho affections of a certain young woman whoso name. In court was given ns "Del." It was learned that the girl's full narno is Dolthleren nnd that sho has until re cently been employed In a bathing establish ment In West Twenty-seventh street Bchlmcr was In H. Kemkol's snloon nt 1.578 Broadway on Monday aftornoon, when Me Gloin enmo In. Thoy drnnk togethor. nnd McOloln acted so strangely that Komkol kept his eye nn him. Ho noticed that McQloln's hand froquently wandered toward his hip pocket When Behliner startod to leavo, Mc Ololn, who had been sulking in a choir, drew a pistol and said, with nn oath: "You haiu lived Iongenough!" Ho pulled the trigger, but the pistol missed tiro. Komkol knockod hire down, and Officer Brunner arrested him. lien arraigned In court McOloln said that he had merely intended to frighten Dchlmor. All ho wnnted was to know whnru "Del" was. Behlmor swore that ho knew nothing about the girl, nnd had nover seen her. Ho said lie hnd received threatening letters from McOloln. and showed several to the Justleo. Bohimer said that nbout a year ago, while In swim ming. McOloln struck his head ngainst n beam undor water, and since then tie has not been entirely Bane. His wife loft him on nccount of his Infatuation for Miss Dolthleren. Tho reason for Mctiloln's suspecting Bohlmor wns tbat Bohimer owns property near tho bath house and Is frequently there. T1IK MIClllOAS ELECTORAL LAW. An Effort by the Republican to Have the New rijslem Ileclnrcd Unconstitutional. DETnorr. Stay 10. Tho Republican leadors havo petitioned tho Rupremo Court for a man damus compelling tho Kocretary of State to Is Buonotlcosof election undor the old electoral law. thus disregarding the Miner law, passed by the Democratic Legislature, which provides that Presidential electors shall bo chosen by Congress districts and not on a general State tlckot. Itlsnlloged in tho petition thnt tho Minor law conflicts with both State and Foa oral Constitutions, and on the last throo objec tions rnlsed an appeal will bo taknn to tho united mates Suprome Court If tho State court refuses to grant the mandamus. The objections to thn nuw law given in the peti tion nro us follows: 1, It runialni no provision for notice of election. 2. Ii containi no jirov I Hon. nor Is there prov lilon elee where, lor the rainauor rotearast In tbs electoral dia ."SS'.Vi I"lr" "r "liirlcta Into which Wayne cimnlr lidlililcd; nor u there provlnon for tho traiiiinliaiun tiianromcerof nitaiemtntor the voles can lu such districts r parti of districts. tiliJ,1,"1Rrov',,on'llrnt electors Ii not corsred VJ 1110 11114. 4. it contains no proTlslon for ths fllllnfof vscanclss .Uhor.M?.'ry.Ct. "' i,Ub " iiuim' or "O"1 yeCdeVJu,'Snr.riVu',C,o,Ti,h "t,C" 2' ""rt,,h ' lhU.K,".rr.'Pcon,i5u!otn," - .... to i3,.,flLiVh.c.l,l,'.'!,w',n n ut et Conmss mint-a datefortheinietlnMor tbe electoral oolleist and "a latiiii to ths lertincailon ot elecilon. Asbnrr Park Election, AsnuriTPAnK,MaylO.-Tho annual election of the borougn of Asbury Tark was hold to-day. The prlnelpul light was ovor the Commission- ors. Tho llopubllcans elected their ontlro tlckot Boss was roOlected Collector. Tho vJnnraif,8teli1 'oefo'J, are James A. Bradley. Dr IenrrTMll.ii,rOl;cU,05y,lo Marryott.onii Dr. Henry Mltcholl. Brad ey nnd Ten Broook iSffrtWMiRt,0,i.ho id V.0. Commission fr,r?mnrCnnrMi'.tJne1.T.nQ "arryott succeeded formor partisans of Founder Bradley. Named for CoaEresa. niSS'fvlf' 0f',vpnor was yesterday noml Yovenftl, oTiZU'l tUe "WW " h0 ft Jt isn't the . irN t? ual trat it's just sJtX wj the reverse to Sjr.a pay A patient tf when you cant ,Ji5Ha . cure him. Nevor- lHKP3l theloss, that's ty5w Ifir what' done by HdSSr V1 'taWdaar-. tte proprietors of w" er3sstC3 Dr. Sage's Car nn. tarrh Remedy. They promiso to pay you $500 if thoy can't euro your catarrh, no matter how bad the case. It isn't mere talk-it's business. You ran satisfy yourself of It, If you're interested, im i?P ?UBUt t0 il yu hav catarrh. Its faith in their medicine thafa behind the offer. It has cured thousands of tho worst eases, whero everything olso failed. nu can Ijo cured, too, If you can't, you get tho money, ' ' " They're wilfinp; to take tho rlsk-you ought bp gltul to take tho medicine. It s tho cheuprtt modlcino you can buy, because its guaranteed, to give batlsfaction, oryour monoy Is rcturrcd. ' You only pay for a nood you get Can you ak mere HAD TVS WITH TUB OLD 3tAS. IlolTlhlll Now Stand Convicted of Murder In the tfeeoad Decree. Tho trial of Patrick Mulvlhlll for the murder ot Jacob do Boer, tho old lamplighter, was continued yesterday In tho Court of Oyer nnd Terminer In Jersey City. Sovoral wltnosses who had seon tho affray tcstliled to the cir cumstances. Their testimony differed slightly in dotall, but it nil went to show that Do Boor waB going nbout his business whon Mulvlhlll met lilm and decided to havo somo fun nt tho old man's oxpenso. Muhllilll was tho first wltnosB In bis own behalf. Ho Is a plasterer. "This troublo occurred," ho said, "on tho morning of Nov. !J5. On tho previous ovonlna I attended n meeting ot the Plasterers' Union. Wo romnlncd in session until midnight when wo decided to dlsbntid our orgautrntlon. Wo went down stalls to a saloon, nnd I romnlncd tlioro drinking until 5 o'clock In tlio morning, Whon I loft thnt plnco I went to Mornn'H , loon In Summit avenue, but I don't know how long I remained there. I roracmberthnt wlttti' I wont out I turned Into Nelson avenue nnd met Do Boer. I did not know him and hnd never seen him before. As I wns pass im: hi in I tripped nnd foil ug.ilnt him. I npologlr.ed. but Intiiid of ac cepting my npology lm began to nbuso nin. I mndo up my mind ho wns nn old crank, nnd talked back to lilin. but I afterward walked nwuy. Ho followed mo with his ladder up- "lWU I4II1I mil'Illl'll M KrnillfcU IHU. M. JUIUIIUM baok, and then ho went back to tho lamp post I followed, mid asked him why ho wanted to strlko me. Ho ricked up a stono and throw It at me. butit didn't strlko me. Then he came nt mo with tho ladder, und then I picked up tho stono nnd vtruek htm. Ills dog was bark ing nttnv hcols nil tho tlmo. When ho came at mo with tho ladder I took It nway from him nnd struck lilm. When I picked up tho stone 1 meant to lilt tho dog with it. Tholnddorwas broken on tho shlowalk. I picked up a pleco pf It nnd struck Do Boer with It Then I gnvo lilm n push and ho fell to the sldewnlk." hy didn't you go on nbout your business, nnd let the old man alono?" asked District Attorney Wlnfleld, on cross-examination. I don't know." answered tho defendant ..v Don't you remember Mr. Ilildebrandt tell ing you to let De Boer alone, nnd your saying: Oo to hell : 1 want somo fun i ' " ' .No, sir; 1 do not" Mulvlhlll said ho wns excited. Ho admitted that he didn't understand what the old man said. Ijocuiis" ho spoko in Dutch. lhoensowns glton to tho jury Into In the aiternoon. end In halt an hour thoy returned with n verdict nf murder In the second degree, ? he ovtrome penalty Is twenty years. Mulvl hlll Is thankful that It Is iiu vvurso. BEAM Of JOIIS W. BRECKISRIDOE. The Ilrllllnnt but Dllpnted Soa of a F. raous Kcntncklun. Ban FnANnsco. May 10. A special from Mor ced Bays: John Vi. Breckinridge, son of the famous Kontucklan. John (', Breckinridge, who was Vlco-Prcsldcnt under Buchanan, died thoro Into last night It Is said that Brockln ridgo died from Injections of morphino admin istered by n doctor. Ho hnd boon drinking hoavlly lor months. Ho was only 4!). but ho was promaturely old through dissipation, W hen ho enmo to California, nbout eight years ago. Mr. Brecklnrldgo was rocolved with opon arms by leading Southern families. Ho soon married tho daughter of Lloyd Tovis. President of Wells. Fargo .t Co.. nnd n twenty times millionaire Tevls gnvo Breck lnrldgo chargo of bis largo ranchosncarMor ced, and ho llvod llko a Southern planter. Ho became n groat favorito w.th tho cowboys on tho Texas ranches, and soon fell Into drinking and gambling habits. His wifo tired or this llfo, and. roturnlngto her home, began suit for divorce on tho grounds of intomponneo nnd cruelty. Breckinridge was too proud to mako a eon'est, and tlio divorco was grnnted. Accident led tho Kentucklnn to takoup the law which he had studied beforo coming out here. One of his cowboys got Into troublo nnd Brockinrldco defended him so well that ho secured an nciiuittnl. He soon hnd moro bus iness than nny hivvver in Merced county. Ho was elected to tho Stato Legl-lature. nnd could huvo gonotoCongiessliail it not been thnt it personal friend ran in his district IIU career seomod mado when drink again seized him, About this tlmo his wifo wns reported engaged to Fred Sharon, son of tho .-liver Senator. Brcckinrldgo sworo ha would kill Sharon, who. hp thought, had urgod her to get a divorce, Sharon wns privately married to tho lady, nnd left San Francisco at once. A few months ago Brocklnridgo created a sensation hero byunpearing nt Lloyd Tovis's houso and demanded to see his throe chil dren, who hnd been udopted by Tovls. When ndmittnnco was denied him ho sworo ho would shoot Tevls. und the millionaire hnd n body guard for several dnys. Brecklnrldgo had many friends hero. ArTER OUR DISTILLERIES. English Cnpllallnt Not Likely to Control the Kentucky Whiskey Hnslnran. A member of tho firm of Tarls. Alden .V Co. of 35 Broadway, distillers, said yesterday that he didn't think Mr. Nathan Hotheimer of this city would seciuo control fornn English syndicate of nil the Bourbon distilleries In Kentucky. " No doubt thoro nro a good many distilleries In Kentucky for sale." bo snld, "but I think that tho larger ones prefer toremnln nB thoy are. Mr. Hofhelmcr called upon us two weeks ago and asked us whether we would sell. Ho snld that ho had been making up n syndlcato of Kngllshmen who would like to invest somo capital in ditillcrics. I told htm that wo wouldn't tnkoSiOOll.OOOror the Allen-Bradley distillery at Louisville, and thnt we had re fused an offor of $:i.O0U.Ouo for tho Old Crow and Hermitugo distilleries, "The annual output of the Kentucky distill erlos Is perhaps :io.0()O.()Oi) gallons. Mr. Hof heimcr's combination will do well If It gets control of 10.00UC0U gallons." ORITVART. The Hon. George Washington Warren, a well-known Boston morclmnt. Is doad In that city, aged TO yoars. Ho was n descendant of Oen. Joseph Wnrren, who fell at Bunker Hill. For years ho was in tho dry goods business nt tho stand now occnplod by Jordan. Marsh A Co., but ho fulled during tho great financial crisis of 1857. Ho was asked by one of his creditors how many conts on tho dollar ho could pay. nnd ho promptly replied, "One hundred. If you give rno time." Ho kept his word, and ovory creditor was paid in full, those in America being puid tlrst. and thou those In foreign countries. In 1838 ho was u member of the Massachusetts Luglslaturo. and In 185,'t and '54 wns a membor of tlio Ktnto bonato. Jnmos P. Morgan of Kearny, X. J died thoro yesterdny morning, aged HI. Ho wns born In Lodl township. Hudson county. Ho owned a large farm. a. part of which was purchased Bomo years ngo as a cemotory for the town of Arlington. Ho has since lived on his routs. He wus ono of tho most ardent gunners In Now Jersoy, and until a few years ago mndo annual trips to tho Woktnnd South In pursuit of gamo. Ho loaves a widow nnd four daughters, three ot whom aro married. John Itcod I.ont. ono of the largest real os tato owners of Poughkeepslo. died In Bloom Ingdalo Asylum yeetordnv. Hn was taken to tho asylum n week ago, suffering from a second attack of Insanity. Ho wasovorW yeurs of age. Mrs. .Tamos W. Schumachor, daughter of flos:. I. I- Knlnnor. lato Treasurer of tho United States, and wifo of tho President of tho FirstiNnttoiial Bank of Jacksonville, Fin., died In that city yestordny. She was 41) oars old. Major W, Irving F.llls of Molrose. Mass.. dlnrl on Monday, ngod J0 yeurs. Ho was a member of tho Sovonth llesluient of Now York, nnd served on Oon. Dovotib's staff. Ho was a mom bur ot tho Loyal Legion and tho O. A. It. ltlchnrd H. Jenkins, formerly tho Proieoutor of tho Pleas of Camden county. N. J., died nt the Dennln Hotel In Atlantic City at 0 o'clock yesterday morning. It Is said his forms of in. dlctmenU nro used nil over tho State. I'-T. Cowdry, thnhond of the firm ot E. T CowdryACo., pickle manufacturers. Is dead In ltoxbury, a suburb of Boston, agod U.l. The Sultan or Turkey III. Bkmjn, MaylO.-The Sultan of Turkey, ac cording to advices received here this even ing, is seriously ill. He U exceedingly ner vous, lack appetite, and Is troublod with In somnia. Ha lias beon arrowing worse for the last throe months, until a few days ago tlm Ornnd Vlr.ler felt obliged to communicate S the Sultan's relative; the iiowb, which he had until then kept from them. S Jt53 V "0B ara 'n,er' AgSSggJp ' .ested or went SSSrS? lhInB about the .taSli&ftafc "BEST CHAIR" in the "nlja, Hue world," call and see It, or send for illustrated catalogue, MARKS A. F. CHAIR CO., MO jsrstar, X, Y.i 31 B WabUB ar. CalMo, f,I-imMi.rr r-M . BAD ECZEMA ON BABY, Head Ono Solid Sore. Itching Awful. Had to Tie Ills Hands to Cradle. CurctI by Ciitlcurn. Our llttlo boy broko out on his head with a hnd form of ocromn whon he was tour months old. We tried throe doctors, but thoy did not ho p him. Wo then used your thren Cb'TI CLllA UEMHDirs. nnd nfter using thorn . ". eleven weoks exactly no- .sian. cording to directions, ho 4jlnV began to steadily lm frvr4tJV prove, and after the uso afVdR "KW nf them forsoven months fsssr ''Is head wns entirely JpJJS, if well. Whon wo l.egnn iyj a using It his head was n frtjsv " --v solid eoro from the crown Q4 -r ft I '" his eyobrows. It wns TMvl , .' I nlto nil ovor his oars. unlUii ) I most of his face, nnd V- wt. smnll plnees on different 7. V rsl" A parts of his body. There ii rs SiA wero sixteen weeks that . . . - .. wohndtokcophls hands tied to tho cradle and hold them wlmn ho wns taken up: nnd hnd to konp mittens tied on his hands to keep his finger nails out of tlm sores, as ho would scratch If ho could In any way get his hnnds loose. Wo know your CUTIOUIIA JII.MUDID.S cured him. Wo fool sato In recom mending them tn others. HEO. Ik & JAXETTA llAliniS. Webstor. Ind. Duticura Resolvent TlJ rtew blood and Skin Purlflor. nnd greatest "oAIUmnr ltoincdlcs. eloansns the blood of all impurities nnd poisonous eloments, nnd thus removes tho cuuso. whllo Cl'TICUHA. tho great skin euro, and CUTICUI1A SOAP, nn ex nuislta sltln beautlller. clear tlio skin nnd RWJPAniLWlSnj tho hntr. Thus the CUTI CbltA lU'.Ml.iJILScure every species of ltVh inc, burning. cnly. pimply, und blotchy skin, scalp, and nlood diseases, fiom pimples to scrofula, from lufancy to ngo. when the host physicians fall. ,.'J55l'J everywhere. Price. CHTICITIIA. nOc: PyA1 'a?5av I:S0LVKNT, l. Prepared by tSW,t,P"uo ANU chemicXl con- PlIltATION, Boston. -Send tor "How to Cure Skin Dlsensos." C-t pages, Wl Illustrations, and 100 testimonials. pipytj SUn an.l Scatii pnrlilfil and br autllc.l by DHDI 0 CL'TtCt'nA MiAP. Abo'utelvpure. iffl PATHS AND WEAKNESSES ffMWynr ffmaUalntlantlT rlivp.t by that nw, jjaipjjjW clftrant, and Infallible AntMote in 1'ain, In ' rj llainiiiatlnti. anl Mfal.nelft.tli Cutlcura I ss Anll.l'ulu I'limtrr. WESTERS 3RAFFIC ASSOCIATIOS. A Fnl Attendance nt the Meetlns Yrter ay Tlio Charcea Agnlnst the C, II, nnd Q. Only tho Union Pacific nnd Great Northern railways worn without representatives at the mooting yestordny. nt tho Windsor Hotel, of tho Advisory Board of tho Western Traffic As sociation. Somo comment was mado on tho abeonce ot Prosldont Perkins of tho Chicago. Burlington and Qulncy. because one of tho most important questions boforo tho meeting was the appeal ot that company from tho de cision of tho Commissioners on tho complaint thnt It hnd cut through ratos on wool. A mo tion to roverso this decision was lost and tho charge of rato cutting Is thoreby sustained. By tho terms of tho association this conviction should be followed by tho prompt dismissal ot tho official who authorized tho cut as was done in the raso ot Mr. Leeds of tho Missouri Paqlflc The lssuohns thus been clearly mndo, and the action of President Perkins Is awaited with interest. Attlio re'iuost of Mr. J. N. A. Orlswold, who appeared for tho Chicago, Burlington and (Juincy. the ehurgo against thocomcanyof un due diversion of traffic, by wuy of Bc.irdstown and I'hupin. 111., ivas postponed until the noxt meeting. In thn matter of tlio complaint nualpst the Southern Piiclllo concerning tho joint sugar tarllT. n lettor from Mr. C. P. Hunt ington, claiming that nt the time Ills mnnauor mudo the rate no sugar tariff existed for that route, was accepted lu explanation. Thoup peal of tho Atchison. Topckn nnd Santa t'o from tho rolusnl of tho Commissioners to sanction Its proposed cut in second class pas senger rates from Missouri River points to tho Paciflo coast wns not sustained. Texas. Arkansas. Mexico, nnd Indian Terri tory traffic wns by unanimous veto exeerted from tho jurisdiction of tho Wentoru Truffle Association. Following Is a list of those who wore present yesterday and tho roads represented: It. It. Cable. Burlington, Cedar ltapids and northern llnilwnv: J. N. A. (Irlsvvnld. Chicago. Burlington and iJulncy: lloswell Miller and Samuel Speneor. Chicago. Milwaukee, nnd ft. Paul; Mnrxln Ilughltt nnd Albert Keep. Chi cago ana Northwestern: Benjamin Brewster and It. 1. Cable, Chicago, Hock Island nnd Pa cific: Marvin Hugbitt nnd Albert Keep. Chi cago, !-t. l'nul nnd Omaha; (ieo. Coppelland K. T. Jcffrny. Demernntl Bio Orando: S. V. It, t'riicer, Illinois Central: C. H. Ackort. Iowa Central: tleorgo J. (lould. Missouri Pacific: T. F. hikes, Northern Pacific: D. C. Dodgo nnd J. '. l'nnhody. BloGrundo: J. C. Kttibbs. South ern Pacific; O. I). Ashley nnd Chas. M. Hays. Wnbash: J. D. Springer, Atchison, Topekaanil Santa F6. Thoraeotlngndj'nurned nt fi'JP. M. to moot again nt 10 o'clock this morning. DELAWARE ASD nUDSO.V. ftfer. lrrpFTO. Kprnrer. and Cornell,, Vunitcrbllt Klcctctl .Sliinnger. At tho nnnunl meeting yesterday of stock holders of tho Delaware and Hudson Cnnnl Company Messrs. Cornelius Vanderbllt.Chaun oey 31, Dopow.nnd Samuel Spencer wero elect ed managers In tho places ot Messrs. John A. Stowart W. W. Astor. nnd Johnston Livings ton, jrom whom letters declining reflection woro" received on Monday. With these etccji tlons the old Board was i eCloctcd by o vote of TM.USi) shares out of a total of :i(0.U)0. An swertng nt tho meeting n rjucstlon fiom a stockholder ns to tho elfcct on thn policy of the company of nn udinlaslon of tlio and"r bi't interobt to tho Bourd. President 01yih.int " If the Delnwaroand Hudson managers hid not thought It decidedly for thuintcrestsortlii) company that these gentlemen should be lep Foiiteil on our Board they could not have been elected. Their piei-enco in It will insiuehir mony in tlm relations or our company with tho Now York Central, whloh canrot I ut I... to tho advantage of both." This ieply Isstrl.tl) i in accord with tho views expressed '' Mr Olyidinnt when the subject of a underbill roiuesontnllou In thoinniingecieiitef the eon.- puny has been discussed. Isn't Once lliinlti Too Oflcn I Denis Shea's llopublican organlratlon of thoSocond district met at 4iM l'enrl street last night with tho Intention of taking some actlvesteps to boom tho (i. 0. I', lefoio the Minneapolis Convention. The mooting btofcn up In dlsordor over a dlspulo as to vvlot'or .the orgunlyntlon shouldn't ineet uftrner than once n month. lMw.ird (.or.lon.a meuib- f tho Dl-tiletfommlttie. .v.uitcd to I nm. 1Mb" mombors weren't an lo toatiend ti tiinrdiitj , ns good llepublie.ilis without being uinpelleil j 'A dozen xniees jelled "N. " l''"-''. "'' tried to bill: at m-e and Phl.ip :,'"' .i'i1,1! Van Wyck. the I'rcldunl. Ii.iii.mI the table in V""Tlin le'ulwh are n-gllge-.t." sh ule',1 do, don? A Wioriis ..""ells' nulled, and the meet IngwasliustlU adjouined. C'utlisrlne tiuuiilnsl I" tbr Willow, On tho report of Ilefeiee r. illllott Minor Sunogate Hansom has dei idod tlml Cathoilno Ounnlng Is the widow nf Jliirtin (luiimng. tho mloorwhokopt.i Blccnt lodging houso nnd who died Intn'tntnoxerii enr ago, leaving nn nstiifd of fl.ri.iiHi. The reforoo llnds that XVn .'(unnliiKM their child and denies tl... motion of Sarah tiiiiinlni: r Koblnjo n to re novo him nnd his mother ns Bdnilulstrators it ho Vst.it... Mailin had marrleil Ca lerlim In the llftles. Severn J ears ago Martin left her and took up with sarali ltoblnsun. 10,000 for III" niatit Arm. Boston, May 10. -Tho full bench of the fiu promo Court handed down a decision bus talning the verdict against the Boston and Albany Ilallroad of SHUMJO damages awnrdwl bynMiperlorCu.it juiy to Joseph . Sweat, a hraUemuii. for tho l;-s of his right nrm In an accident on tlio road at South 1 ruinlncliam on Seit U. 1SM7. ' "AEED NOiEIS A JOLLY NOSE.""" Vi, 1,'it It Isn't lisn.Uonic. JOM" JAfiWRL II iwuiplU'KV, Drriuainlorlii.i'an r'ntjSim m.ikf ii ". ii'o YVrki4M it, ;;- i.Assa lurtpt iii'iiuliailuu fits alt l:r JjatB firr ri.riitts.- aiatfi,yWfl l- I'xilK HOOC nn Parmatni. P1K4V4Km rvi anil llrantr, Illnsintft, in r7t.i'juyi?ar Sain. Scalp. Kervout anil (U.ts-t IAJaif'jlMfcr iiikKatfi., .t nt sealrit tor 10i'. Alfcj BBBsBLVrrlE PiiRviirfineiita Use Ibrll inarsa. vHBUf.'i) Mnlo Wans. Inats Ink and Pnt T2PjJ der Mark a. scars. I'lilum, r.a Ss ness of Jfoss, Bupsrflnous Uaii, plmplta, Ac. rsmnTsd. vv6piMIL'KT'S rACIAI. WArfortbaStln. BcaJcans Csajjsxloa, St irvunrUU' w 7 Ball. 60c 1 " 6siT'xtaTtoTiuvb " TI1IK WITUOPT ADIlinoNAt, COfST. TOO MAY LKAVR TOOR ADVJBKTIM GHENT AHKRICAN IHHTRICT MESDKNnRK Offlce. It In onr list of Adrertltlnr Acenctss 70s da lint find ons convtnlf nt. ' vmtaHjIj & hi:iui;v. a ISOnnri ViiLkvU 131. si., aVczr 3d J. -Ars nfrrrlnsr AT VKrtT MtiriERATlt ratCBS A GLtOANT AbhQRTUENT Or LEAAIMa STVLEI Or .. J nitOtTOIIAMs,. ItROtlCfltAMR ON'K SI'RIMIS 11V ftRRWSTSR A on IIROWIIIAMM XVITIt nXTIINSIOS OR OOTAOOI rnpNTs scroll nRot'uiiAxiK-uoiiT wVtdt UOItSb llltUUIIII.V-MS roil rilVMUlANs' IJSK. .,,, . fir?h,'JC "l'w VleloHa and Oah. Slnleta null! Kanrraalj- rbr V nr tha lias! Inker, and oa Which Ws Dm Oi JTallssS Otinrante, - AI'I'IIUVKII DKSIIINS IN SUMMKK WoSJt OtlNsfSHMJ OK atheottitfc Wneon. Hurrrj- or All Klnaa. Dosr ivr nJKrtrr MtVle. Vnionsttli llonkev anrt Pnnr fcnrta. lienslnstoiimi llucklioara, Itiiniilioiils, AM) MAKT OTIIIIK KINDS nr PAVOV TnAPStt OAK. JltAPI.lt. AND Clltllv-K KATURaL VOOdI THIS WORK tS'ltOSTLY ItUII.T FOR CT TROM OtTB OWN DKRIIINS. ALL KDI.I.Y OUARANTEKD AND KIWHKnK.,R ',TVLE!, CASS01 K DU'-WOMSB Onr Stock or Second-Hand Carriages is rnxtposnn np tup. most Rr.nvtcEAnLis anb JtOPKRN KtNrjS: KVKRV VKItlcl.R or RRriPT MA.SUKArTUIII'. IH RKPIIrMENTKU. MANY OPTllIsi Tlil.NimsTMATK?. ',S1UI1Lh '" M.W. ANlVo? nrtot'oiiAxiTrQAriiPf!, cotTfi:.RocKAWATa. KMIUSII MAti (ViAtlll, I.A.N'DAtlS. I.ANIJAUI.EK TAI.IA 11(1. KiTKNsm.V 101' PIIArTrnM. TOP AS9 ! Wo la,AJ,.SLA,M,NI ,AND 1'llAhTO.NS OK Abb I.1MK T CARTS. bTANIIUI'Ea, JllAlb PlI.VKT0.Vl7 Ac .la OUR HARNESS ROOM lr'R WOltk, ASP HAH PMKItinTI.PI.V TIIH PINMI AM. MOST VARIED STOCk OK MAl:NKS. bADULEA nlllllbtS. Willi's. Ac. .N lllli UUb'.MIlV? XIOIISSS. Mntchrd Cnrrlncn rnlr nnd F1a Nluilt llurar Altvajion llnnd) TrottsraisaA Jlondster. nnd llnrvo ror Ucneivl te. rARIX)tl ELKVATOll TO ALL fLOORA Van Tassell 8c Kearney. ESTABLISHED 1867. iro AND 132 EAST 13TII It IIS TO I2 EAST I2TII ST.. Near 3d Avenue. H.H.BABGOGK COMPANY Carriage Builders, 406, 408, 410, 412 Broome st. r.sTAiii-ifsnr.n 1045. llronRhnms. lMictdrftlcn all nlrcm. Rock-nwu)-. Hlx JnMMruiccrv Octacrna Front. Coup'. Fine n.orlnient ol Hnd Wiouf, 1'ony Cwrm, Wuuon" mirt Hnrnni, J. F. GOODRICH & CO. 636 Broadway, I lUTaniiractnrer of All Style or H ri.cAsum: caueiaoes, lltllt PATENT I TRIPLE rlVHREYSand UVCKROARD.M, with adjustable aats for two, tnres. or four psrions. H Bend for catalozue. ESTABLISHED 1834. I J. M. QUINBY & CO. JXHWAKK, X. J., MAKERS OK I'l.M: CARIIIAnES, BREAKS. VICTORIAS, axi CABRIOLETS, IN ALL SIKS, OK Till. LATJIFT FASHION. CsUrlAgri rt'lfJ fr nnl del!ncil Mltli-mt ci.nri, VAREROOMS ax FACTORY Opposite the Eroa.J at. Million D. I. .llui IV. SI. R. .RIV.IKK, N. .7. Clirlalnpliri r ll'trrlay HI, Kerry. BRADLEY WIGONS. tlnnflv Winn In rnlut nnrl r.m.rat Toil: Pm fltil.'l.'Ifs. with four lllii of lutllei ant Hie .1 m rl.tiinr aprlnic ct liuri.tij, surrcja, i:teiition fi s an.l Illlif'ea. Tuo lileliTA 11.1' iru Alt.Oillle! frts tu in Iiolo mollmi, i:m I I'.irta tliulare liin.1. Ij mmtr mt.ni.i:v. i-.. it xv t mtii.v sr l'Ti:.NT xl'ltl.Mil.lNs. Tltl't ! l'nr ro'!. ii-irkf, r.f. i " aii'l c iftfnvA ll.-ilucsil l.r.ni -.-ii'l l.r iirnilti.i tti'l ., i.ii;i e. II HlMi I'f II.I.K, Hi. It "II liiiuipinnat, J" x.i! -in. i.iti.ii oi'i'iitirt Mix.-iiar iiTTre,iS 1 I r " l u.ll Ir't.il. . l.-lt ll.il riuubl.', K.iol inil.i in. ., i.i i ! - i. ni r. i.,i.t '.hi, i r i t.. .-i.l II fur -f.irni". a I r i . v mttfim, at Vir.l.liuP 1 I, n - i.l.- .'I, .iii.l .'in HiMISiiiii ft, Ii.iKiii Hi -r.l -ft II'.!. M. a fc.. trur ami tup .1 lurry uh'01,1 Hll.l l.nrlUk; bargains. 7.4'j I'aK 1 llli ft. I VaMns; Iei Htnnn rfocUIiotdrr Knllcr. Itolort J I. Vardloy, reoclvcrof the Koj'toie Xiilliwiiil IiuitU uf riilliidclpliln. rliirli ni xvrfkoil l.y City Treasurer Iliirilslcy, fl!ti cDriphlnt In tlio I'nitt'il M.itos Circuit Court nf tlii- ill-Irlft i'hlri Iny iiiiliif.t V. A, Scur liormiKli, n pMiliu-n ileal. r if I H licmlp "tri"t, .? Tliif Isiiiui uf ii iiiinilii-i'iif ai'tlf.iiH v, Inoli will lm hrouulit mi.l.'i' tlin nrl.-r nf l' (-. Luc.')', ('oniptrollur ul tlio t'nir.'iii)', il.iii. I Aiiu. 11. 1MH, iiifuliiM tlii' hio.'kli'ilili'i-in tliu ili.fnp.it l.iinl.. Tliu ciipIIiiI of 111.- lnuil. M'.in liulf u nili liim il.ill.iri.. i i i s Sfiiti'il Ly Ki.i.dii liiinii uf ll,o pir x'nluoof f'.MI f.i.'li I'li-lcr tin-law tlm etui'klioliiurM nm llnlili to tlm I'nvtlt'.rh lor nn amount iiinl P. tlio pnrxnluu uf tli.-lr Ktoolc. Mr. rv'uTlu.miiQli liolii tv.'fho r-li-iros. nnd Is tliurofore liuth' lor$o(K). SCHENCk'S MANDRAKE PILLS PURELY VEGETABLE AND STRICTLY RE- LIABLE. , Thoy act directly and promptly on f the Livor p.nd btomach, restoring -t tho constipated organs to healthy activity, and are a positive and per fectly Safe Cure for Constipation, Liver Complaint, Sick Headache, Biliousness, and all other disoasea arising from a disordered condi tion of tlio Livor and Stomach. Thpy lire tlio ONlV RKLIAHIiK VKGE TAItMC MVKB 1'llili M)M); Tliey lire PKKKKITIA' HAHSIIjKSS: TIipv nro PUKHIjY VEfiE 1'AULK; TKV THEM. I SB. HCH KNCK'M Whok oa Coaausnptloa, User C'onaplalal and Iricpla cat Jrres. DR. ). H. 8CHENCK ft SON. PblM.lphla, Pie I