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.IHf ' H 2 ' THE SUN, THURSDAY, JM AY 12, '1892. '
H S EVENTS BEYOND THE OCEAN. B ftixiv I'rnsoy.i jtitoirsxtt nr toe IjK HI IhlMi or A VAM'ttr. HAFT. Hu aaananaU aananaaF BB' llni.-lmfl A it). Ihe Invitation to TnVe aanananaf BBl, I'm i In ninielnlllc t.'onference-IVnra H'j t annnnnV" "' "'" "r ,Vn'" "n" " """lone Bi ...HE)' lit nm TrimMa Pereeriltlns the .leu. f,,, r7' 'lav 1 1 A rnft, on whloh woro 100 aanananntf aananat" r ' " ' tholr wlkos und children, cap- WMr r' ' '''' rwr noar Ilrody to-day. Rlxty Kl rTv i ' -1 ' .wnod, principally women and Hi 'tEmf ' aananannf faBrl '' """ ' ''' ; 'umu'r raft, and tlio hundred aanananr' I WW' '" v 'm i . nnd chlldi on lived on board dur- 7 I !'' I' ' 'r'l' down lli river. It went ', j BV ' ., nn Minus near Ilrody. In On- H U'l I urltig n high wind. All on hoard H m: " r imm into tho river. I'orty persons H Wy i-i.'!' 'net, nud boards Itnm t lio rnft until B Kv bo.', ' lied thorn from tho shore. About fifty B K.' i ..i n, hmoboen recovered nnd laid Mft. i. . liloon tho river bank. Beorcs of men H Ip-'i'. .'in out in boats drnrtslng tlio river for tho H It;- othrb"lle. Tim rnft wns defectively con- H' ie,, utructi'1. nnd tho owners will bo proaocutod. iTH I1; nr.i'ia nn: ixriTAimx. K .5 Jng-'uiiil 1M.' TuUr Pari In a Conlerenee na H M ,; Hie Hilerr Question. i 1 ' I dm .. "'in 11. Mr. George J. Gosohen. H . Ci n'l r. '.'ofcxeheauor, nnnouncorl ton H I ' li - iii 'i.otnlllo deputation tliit waltod H ', in' i.ii ilny Hint l.'nclnnd would occcpt H '? iM'atlon uf tlm United Mates to talto i' IH) ' " " ''" Intirnntlonnl conforonco to discuss H. B'.i mh"i question. H HlJ ",c to ('10 deputations Mr. Oo'ehon B mMt in it Oront llrltnln linil received nn Invlta- MmMw . mi Monday last from llio United States to mmWW H .'.id dulcKatus to n conforonco for tlio pur- H H jjosoot ux.iiulnlnc lutonliat measurofl enn bo H H takou Ig iiKTeahn tlio uo of silver lu tlio cur- H H roncv systems of tlm nallnni. It wuiild bo H . H elhti Dint In nc'itlnc (lio lnilatlon Hid Go- H li orntni'iit wuulil not loinmlt itself In any v'iiy H H to nnyni'ttml principlo. H Hi' 1 1iiiChnmlinriif Comniorcnof tills city lias m ,W reaillrnifil. byu oloofmuto 4Cn. tho ii'solu- H ill tlon in favor uf bimetallism vrlilidi mu.i r- H II , I'cntly piihsi'iI. H li i WktniMiiiiN', May lL-'Iiiu depMeh fiom B I.omlou slntini; Hint Crt-nt Ilritaln had nr- B II ' L'OptedtholiiMlntlon ofthi I'nltod Ht iti'i to n B II biniutallio oonforot.ro is tiblsntiuly ror- ttl root. Mr. Loncli, Diiootorof tlm Mint. In r) oo I ' oillcii tlm Ihvilalloiit wore propiro.l. B.ild this nfturnoon that. nltlnuiKh he lind nut Pepn ad- h I 1 vlsod Hint Ori'at Ilritaln had niviiplod tht In- 1 " IT vitntinn. thoro was iiinloiihl tliat sho would tin kL no: In fHd. boforo Inviliitions wore .-inntoi.t an- P I sur.inces lud boon mcflvoil that (ireat llrlt.iln H I ; would nuci'pt. and tho piobnbilltr was tbnt tlio H I - lottor of iu'oot.'inoo mii nowontlioiwiy ii'Tios H I tho ocean. Mr. l.onUi added that tho ( ni toil 1 : htnlos (lovrrnment felt ii-mired Jh;:t all tlm m If principal nations to ihoin intrritloni had 1 III liyo'i iixtended would nccopt. tho nocoiitnrn'os B I In moAt Instances bclnr merely ti mutter of a f . form. B 1 1 ' Tho oTact lancuneo of fhn Invllntlon to tho ' , Dlniolnlllo Conreri'lico cannot bo lind. tlio B I 1'roRldent havlnc doellnod to transmit it to B iS ' Conaresn. for tho nuiion that It would bo "In- B 9 romtntlblo with Hi- public intorost." nnd 1 Trousury offlelnls. thorefore, decline to clo to I th4 press what th" 1'ic-ldont lofUHos t'on- m 1 1 irresH; hut It Is known that the imitation is m In very carefully worilod nnd cnardnd In Its ot- B ijj presslons, nnd does not commit to its msults i) uroouclusionsthocountilesthnt partlclnntii In B II . It. Indeed. It is n conference In nil that the I nnina Impllen. nnd Its sole purpose Is to obtain M i from tho nations of tho world, through joint 'S tllsciiHslnti, tholr opinions as to how nn on- B; iKI hireed ua of silver can bo had without dls- ' I) turbine the monetary systems of tho soveral jVjl IE nations. H (j rjiAiis ron xue rnicn or waies, ft i Ua Una ABotlnn of the Throat That H S j Cauitl Much Anxiety. B R F Ijnpo.v. May 11. Information coming from Ha jj J. aprivatosourco would soom to civo n somn- B I Hi what alarmlnc aspect to tho Indisposition PPJ I J-, from which the Prince of Wales Is known to HI ' 1 D'' lj0 suffBrlDC. Tho Prlnco's symptoms woro IB K such that ha and tho Princess feared they IB I ( infchtliidlcatotliooxlstencaof annllmentslm- PjH B f' llarto thatforwhichSlrMoroll Mackonzle had ,' troHtedtholntoEmperor Frederick ofUermany. Ka- l;"v 'l'lireii days bofore tho death of Sir Moroll HB , i! Maeken7ln ho was lnformod that tho I'rlnco jfB JBHk lind been troubled with u clicht affoctlon of jfB fk tro throat nnd had been casually troatod for jfB BsjI-Va . - relief, but It had crown so muah worso that 1 ' '"d been doomed bbst to socuro th advice M 1i1 ' ' ' tbo specialist. jW IBBy; ,r lo'oll made a thorouch examination jfa - ' administered temporary treatment. In- fti ?;' '"' to follow tho capo up carefully and fjjT M : 'lHticniiy. ouc lie was almost Immedl- Bil rnard stricken with his fatal illnosf. jfff' IMP ' die lie li.-id relatid tlio faels ton friend f' Ur ' J, professional relations with him war- . .' r r.i il men a contldence. IIo had further ' Bjll- i id that his analysis or tho patient's condi- jffft mmt lion had bi't-n too brief to be eon elusive, nnd '' iH '" br 1 not y-t formed a definite opinion as to f IMf tb cause of the l'rinco'u illness. B Jl:f ATllUCIlIES AT I.ODX. I ' B lli' Turl'ile t.'rnrlllca InOlelrd npnn the Je a li' Jloth by (he Mob mill the Mllltury. H j M'd Tisnn. May 1 l.-Frichtful accounts havo B IIBp " received of tho atrocities of tho rioters B iHHii &" ' "" 'l'n li:alltno Jws killed were mu- B II II 4' edinn l.orrlblo minner. Onoofthovlc- B llllf ! ,48 was draccod around the fi.-ects by tho tjlj iocs, both his arms havlnc beoa sux-rcd from llll, tho body. Tin soldiers, when they enmo to l5 QUoll tho riots, amused themsolvos bystlcklns m llll.' buyonets into tho wounded lleliiow, and B lllli kllleu hovoral of them In this way. The popu- B I 111 'rn cuntiiiuod I heir outr.mos lonr; after the B llll?-' noblleis hud iiriiviul. and hardly a hoii.su ln- B llilli"'i liulii'ed by Helirews was loft Mamilns. BH llll , h-ili tliu military, .it the in-druice of the H :llll ' factory ownern. nt lenelh underlook to sup- Bar' I IIP- Tirsss the riots, which tiiro-iteped thodcstrtic- illll a"u r "'" whole ton-n. tliny droe nil tho I lift Jliilirowa theytuuldcnitiire tocether into cap. Hw t' lyaloiiK with the rlnuleHdoisuf the riots, llJi. bh'I Kept them prisoner. I'orkwas tlio only lll 'nod seni-d out to the t-.ithis. anil innny uf l& tlm Hubniflit pruloiicit to stsrverntliMi-tlisn I lU& oa' It. Thiii Is sub I to h.no In in dono Inten- ' lllif J . nnlly liytt.e ltuc'Inn luilltair autin.ritie. fi J lioriottrH wore reluctunt to ylold to tho o. WMj liiorMind this liiiiiislit Mnero !ii!i'iliti"iit mi WmTi icmeof tbi'in. llverul hundred uf the -trlkors ' : IBf? l Mio.vliidd .isprlmvieiH. niiiltborlncloadois I ,- t ill prn'mblv ! trlod by cnu't ninitinl Tlm i ilf f, . w.sof tho riots Ins nus-d creat eitiiiniiit , ill !V n W.irMV, nnd nliiei I la-es whore the. inti- ill rtv jiiMlnli firiiu;: i, .ilie.i.ly slroiu. and more I II ;.. uutore.iksm.t feurod. I $ II J?. a ricnu or mm lists. , III ,& $ Hlj li i'en. f-rrnser lll-ti t r Pnlpon rJITori to Flml ' ffl W ' "" Mnrdrrrr, "' Hi ft- f-"-. rrTBr.sm'nn. Mayll. flon. OreBser, tho (" I li rL I'rofeet of Police of this city, who Is supposed ' Hi k toha-'i '.i.n poisoned ' r Nllilllsts. died to. '&" Hi S tiny. Th i i.horltlcsnro miilnsmo't oarneit If 3? ofturt . to esi-ortnln liow his denlh was caused. 'j Hi aSji TliotJi'i.'- il's cook Iins been subiectod ton . Hi V? iu;ld i n.iiuinutlon. Involvlnc. It is said, HK.' roilure, ir the purpose of etrn ilnir acon- Hii Ji't. l-.i. but. It Is n.ild. that the nollee nro '; tilliiost emvliirod of his Innocence, and that HHPt.? "'" Hl '"" w'iib eiiineyed from some other H mmmpl iunrtei (iresiuri-uireri'.l neat iitiony in his . HHTt. last hours, nnd it Is i-.iported that honinneed o' . libs ivtliiidnnts by expressing retret for Ills ' HBl,?' niuri..'.iHiin nu'eiit of desiMitlsm. Tho police ' nil' uro mal.inii frniiueiit decets to-day npuu "- H' nmpoi'tud houses, and liavo raudea numborof lA urrosts. I li A (.atjiely Bcdiiced C'ou.ervuilT Mujarlty, H I ' l.ospo.v, Mny ll.-Orest Interest has boon lt' folt in tho elscthm to.ilay In North Haoknoy HIV' o fill tho seat in -'uilUracut of thoiatoMr MtMtt Lewis Polly. (Hkm. The election rosulted In tho choice of Mr. iiMMWil Kounailolo, ('onservatlve. by n yyto of i.tO) P'iHH-'v toii.4lllforSIr. Meatce. tibornl. or Mn irm- i.mmj,?: lorjty of IHJfi nirnlnst a majority of l.i: in ,.r HT f Ji for Sir Luwi. Polly, lliun tho Cocsurvatlvo ' HB.- cuudldato. HjVJi - ! ') HjK A Protest frou the Pope, ' B) P.nis, Mar 11, The Pops has instructed the HI; Kunclo hero to protest ncnlnst the "hleh- ' Hjf'J )i -ndm niftisitres"of tho Oovornment In rtop- Wm, l'lnc thosiiluriesof tho DIsliopswhosopaBtoral 1 jlili lo'.tcrh -a ni regarded (is exprnsslnj; aenti. 7 Ills iriiitKMjiorhlvoof Hio political institutions S jjj8. Ol tb.jf.il -,tl l f),S .nli-i uf Tnrelcn llnppenlnea, v The son of M j u. Mayor of Athens, li on- . , V J. rai.i u In. i.nir I'd to Andromaeho Hchllo- k 1! iiiitr.n. ihiu.;hiir of the famous exploror of tho Pi. j j Uiteoi I i.i), j ; f 'slll',',,, ,"',' " ','lllpresont Messrs. Illch- J j J 'u,.'' 'III; ', '. Il.M'nuldlnc and hyl- 7 f i MiMerJi. i'l.irUU!iuDuko of ConiiaUBlit'a ' s h ,A.rV,"l,:''V.',"'h,,.".,natcl,oI"''alsrncini. i ilJr i ,V ",ll. "V 1PUftl Afchnnlstnnr Ih ljj( J " ',' ''"'o disease tlio Ameer 1ms loft Wit ( '" ' n'l uupo- outside tho walls. I U i'eni.,tiai i ns between .the Au.tro.Hun- ti K't""" '''ii'niont anil tho IlothMlilliiRynill. Mil thoi..atliroftIiHreformoftheeurrenoy '. A h.iMi ijxmo.1 romplotely. Noithor tlio liotti' , ' v Mluldn lindon liouso nor tho Paris house ffl ti ,-'"1 f'oporato la tho Auttro-IIuniturlan cold k, :f' ojJcrtiUoaa. (X li ml ii hi ii i i,mfmmmmmmMkrr-'y""''"i--Ti vnstr.s ins nAvauTttn. A Ttemsrhnbto Case en Trint In an Kncllsh Court. IvONDOv. May It.-Ono of tho most singular cases ovor heard In nn Itacllsh court was bo foro Sir John llrldce, at liowjstrcet, to-day. Ilnlph lledcson L'shcr of fioutli Hilton. Dor ham. wns ncctircil of perjury In Mvcnrlnc 11'i.t his nllocvd daiik er, Mrs. Mary Unln. was not his dsuabler. Mrs. Haiti hnd souuht to estab lish hernlleced relnllon In I'sher In order that shsinlKht como In for benefits under tho will of Usher's father. I'r.her had sworn that hi did not know whoso child she was. nltliooi.li hoadtultlod Ihalsl.e was tho dnuchterof his wife. Just e Dull, before whom the tl.iuch- terM elsfm liaq frln.1. i. 1 lcnllv believed that Vsher committed perjury, ns bo ordered tho tapers Impounded, nnd n prosecution was con si iiuenth lnsl,tuted. Mr. tilll. who upie.ired for tho prosecution, to-day explained tlio reason why Lshor. who Is n rer.lleiriin of means nnd excellent stand Ins. hnd denied hs ibitirthter. It was throilch fnirof his father. Tho story disclosed that tho defendant was a eon of Thomns I'sher. mid vms e.iciH-dinclr nnxloits not to dlspleafo his fathei. Whllo IIMne nt Potitb Shield 111 1n!.i ho mndn the iieiiuslntntico of Mniy t'alre-b-r, nnd they woro Intimate. Ho was afraid this would eome to his father's knowledge, nnd married her reeretlv. 'J he dnfondntit s Wife wiueonnned toward the end of Novem ber: the child was lelt with a Mrs. Hutchinson, n sister, nf Mary, Lshor. nnd ho took Mary Usher to his fr.tner In Jnnunry. nnd announced that she was lilswifo tiutsnld nothlnc about his havlcn child. HoTlslted tlm child, however, and sent monev to buy elothos. The child remained with Mrs. Hutchinson until hor death In lM'irt. She then went to Iho with another sister. Mrs. Dickson, at llarimv-ln-1 tirno-s. In IU70 lior mother died nnd lir fnllmr marrlnd aenln. After Ihodentlirf Mrs. Dickson, In JNRt. tho Petitioner wns tnknn In u man nniiied Uiurel 1 1 ulehlnson to her father, who wept murhnranu f:ao hor siniilrii. kens that hnd belonged to ier mother. sbe was married from his homo to Alexander Hull, and alter the birth of her child he lsltfd Iot. spoko nf helnir n uriilnl father, nnd treated hor ns II stiu woro Ills tlnucliter. Mb i-ia-I'sher. Hie defoinlant's father, died In M.iivii. lissei, and defendant wroto to Mrs. Unln. tellliu: line uf tho death of hercnind lather, and sliinlni; him 'elf "Vnur AITeetion nln I .kilier." Thoi.ms I'sher loTt some thou Bind? of pounds, the lllo Interest to the do fetnliiiit. nnd the leinnlnder to his children, and then tor tlio llmttluin the petitioner honrd doubts thrown nu her leultlniaey. In order to clear the mutter whllo evidence was nMillitblo It w.-if, decided to Hid tlm petition it t once (li sten ii nf walltmr for tho death of Jlalpli Usher. The else i .till on trial. vxitvAi.Tiirur. occvvAxiosa. Testimony to the I'nlls of IVorh Id Clicmleal Fnctnrles, Ixisnov, May 11. Tho tostlmony tnkon by the I!onl Labor Commission to-dny wns fur nished bvsomo workmen In chemical facto ries, who Illustiatod In their own persons tho fact that men In this omploymont becomo prcmntuioly old and soon lose their health andstionith. Ono Tatrlck Henly testlllod that after four years of testlns soda the constant inhalation of tho fumes will so distend tho stomach that food can no lonccr be digested. Tho result Is :i speedy decline, nnd death 13 not lonir In coinlnt'. John Carey declared thnt nobody oould ltvo In the l.lenchlni: powder chamber without we.irluc what is called a muzzle. Carey pro duced siicli a muzzle. It consisted of about llfty fold of flannel, bound over tlio mouth and neck of tho workinnn. with incenlou'-ly nrratuied uogglos to protect tho oies. Tho Commissioners gazed with astonishment at the singular spectacle alTorded by tho witness, halt burled bcnc.lth bis muzzle. Caroy add -d that, oven protected by tho muzzle, tho wuA man could not rcmnln lu tho chamber oor twenty minutes without belnc ovorcomo by the fumes. It was nocossnry to tnko bracers of whiskey tluooor four times a day. A few years finished a man. Men I'titraced in other departments of chem ical factories testlflod to tho unhenlthfiil na ture of their calliiiK. Most of them displayed hlnckenod and toothles. corns, the teeth linv liiK boon rotted out by tlio chemical. Most of tho men wero ablo to ofler Biiccestlons lookinc ton morocoinplotoprotctionof woik men from tho dancors to which they woro ex posed, and those will bo considered by tho Commission. Julias uoMEn KEr.sox'8 rr.r- A IXrhuke In I.aivyr Ilnrnett for Intima tions Kesnrdlns yustlce Ilnrnnrd. rououKEcrsiK. May 11. In Surrncnta Dor mnnd's court to-day tho ensa of John Nolson. who Is nttomptlns to disprovotho will of tho brother, tho lato Judco Homer A. Nelson. ex Secretary of itato. wns called. John Nolson was represented by Goorco A. C. liarnott of Now York. One of tho principal wltnossei wns Gcorco P. Volton.onoof the e.iocutors of the will. Mr. Ilnrnett nuoitlnned him closely ns towhvlio wont to tho ofllco of Judiro Nolson. In Now York city, after Jud;o Nelson's denlh, to tnko Jiqi session of tlio Into .Tudt'o's naperrt. Mr. Pollon ald that ho had cone to rustic, ilnrnnrd of the ufroinoCtmrt for n.l vlce us to what hn should do roKardlns: tlm imrers in question, and that Justb-o Iljrnard had iMvon him a letter to A. N. Cud. JihIbi Nelson's Inri-partner, cnncornlcj; tho delivery of the pipors- Mr. lsmnett laid so miict: stress upon the appenrnneo of .ludtioliarnard In tho ease that I.awjer 1'iinlc V. I.uwn of tlilseltrtixeltiimril' "I" Ik ino-t lutraii-.iu (hit a Justice of tho Fupreir.sC oirt 4I1011I1I thus Po dr.iesod Into tills eiiHO with the intini.itlou thnt hn isn p.itty to n cons) Iracy to rob thoso people of their proimrtv." Mr. llninett kept up this lino of iniestlo'iiuir. Impivmi,' thnt there was an orlelmil will of Judr; Nelson nnionir tlio papers seemed by Mr I'eltoii. and that It was destroyed. He In tliiinled that the will adiiiittuil to pruhnto 'e.is a forcery. "1 don't hei ne that .ludtr.i N',.. .on ever saw or touched this will." said Mr. i'oinett oier cud iiinr itcnln until Surro-.ile liornauid told blm th it he ninf. dc-Ist. Ml of Mi-one-tioiis relaiir:t Justice .laniard wuro uJmittod by tlm Mirrucnlo. hie itrzTii. vnoi rssiu.v Ar.AiiMrv. A nill tnipmlnK Tin- or Imgii luinimrnl lo ci I'usiit to An.fr l'i-nim IJilrrlp, 1 Ai.iiiNT. May 11. The Ktal Ii-ntal Stc e!-, j with President Dr. W, V. Wilkei of New York 1 cit7 pri-.ldlni'. met lie,-,) .j.i,iy lu annual s s I hion. !;. 1'. 1!. Vi'lndor of ISal'lmoro st ullod I tho eoeioiv w.th tho Intellbjenee that Hie ! I' lilted rilatos Commis Iliiro.iu was pusliliirn j bill In iJ-ni:ress wiiich v.muIiI so tlm piof-s-j sloii nf dentistry back half iicjiittiry. aril n dueell from (.co'e-wlui mil innelb-o to ln K-el tr inecliniili h. a tn !.-, .111 1 1, iii.iiinfi.e. , tore. Ho said that v.'iivii tlis I'orlci inijil,-.i- ' tora two years ni;o sou.-ht to a-eeiti,ln how much II cost udtiu.sl In put In "u bmUe" or 'crown a piolur," llm l..ilt itnor.i dcuilsts lu r. 1 ody refuseu tu iisi.vrnnvo. tlio lueatiuus and hired n bin jerlodeffiid them In the courts, 'i hoy bent tlie Census lliire.iu liecausii there was no penalty nttnehed to it re fusal to answer tho Impirtinciit .niestli 11s al".'';t,7.l,?t ,hn !'i"o1c-loii. Now, by the V'il m.d bin. It wee luiiposisl to mnko It piiiiis,able bra lino of SI.Wjii to ..Kl.lilio.ora year's im. prisouinonf. tn retuse to arswer tho ceppus nueiles. Do said the dentists of tho bouth wvr.. Instrtietlni; llmlr represenltitlios In Con rivHs to vote airalnst tlm Wilmot 1,111, nnd wiuited Ihe eoi-,.orntloii of the deullsts of New I ork, rim swcloty, many of whom had ro'iisnd to iiimwer Porter s iHstIons, authorize I Pros idnnt Waller to iippr. nt ikcommltteeof tin en to draw up a it-ko ullon a.ilil tlm Wilmot bill, -lid directed that It be patented to-mor-row uiurulUB, 7-.r.vrj mi: Mituztxi: r.uxy. All Tret to He riululicit urnl Iteporl. Unde lrl-:tt, Tho Hoard of Mnic.izlno Arms, which was m pointed to tost tho macizlni cutis submllt for adoption for uso In our army, will bourn tholr final tests next week. No nuns will bo received for trial after May HI, Tho Hoard at presont Is composed of Llout-CoL llobert (. Hall. Sixth, Infantry: Llout.-Col. J. P. Parley. Ordnnneo Jiemiluient: Major II. Ji. Freeman! Sixteenth Infantry: .'ar.t. S. jL Illunt. or,l nanco Department, nnd Cupt Oeorao .. Ander son. rUtli Cavalry. Ammie tho 1:1111s to lio tested next week nt Plirlncfleld are two by b. JJ. Jinn t. a native of ( ulifornla, and two b Alph uu-e Maimer, the nephew of Heir Mauser, tlm inientor of tlio cun used ilurlne tliu lianco-Prusslin war, 1 he I.ee Arms Cinnpniiy will submit two cms upon which thoy havo been worklnc for the rust year, rapt, Kroc. director nf tho lloy.il Norweclan I'lierory of Arms, has (wo now guns tii submit for trial. Mr. T. M. Wilson of bprlnc i't01!! fe"' "ni1 c"l'-. A- Hussell of the Unltod btutos army each new cutis for trial. A I.uke nchoOBcrOn n liter, RnupovotN, Mich., May 11. Tholarcothroo mnstod schooner Annlo M. Peterson, coal ladon. Osweco to Chlcniro, in on Poo's reef, nnd as a northeast enla U blowing nnd n heavy sea Is runnlns she Is liable to so to pieces. l rockors liuve coro to her assistance. Peerleaa In IWcry Ucap,t Is runt's fln f urnlturs. Ait, rimir-six riciiai. Only Tito Men Kaeaptd it Ith The.tr Una from t!ie Mine KxiVoelon. BEATTt.K. Wnshlnuton. Mnr 11. A upeolal to the 1'rrn-Timtt from Itoslrn says tho slopo In which tho terrible oxploslon occurrod yes terday In mlnoNo, 1 of tho Northern raelflo Conl Company Is n new part of tho mlno. nnd wns just belnc driven lo the plnco whorotho shaft Is to bo sunk. It Is 2.000 foot low. and has sovon lovels. Between lorty and fifty mfcn woro at work at the time of tho.ncijldcnt, most of whom were married. Work In tho slopo wns more romuneratlvo than In the mlno proper, nnd the company has lieeji clvlnit men with inrco families tho pioforcnco for tills labor. llcllef sauads are pushlnc tholr way uown as fast ns fresh air can J'0 driven In tho side. The rescuors havo reached tho llflh leiol. Tho doad' bodies of Harry Cumpboll, John Hone, Thomas ltooso. Hnthl lleese, Henjamln Or cllffo, William linciio. Thomas Brennan, Press Levin (colorod), Wosloy Poland (colored) Thomas Holmes. Georitn Moses. J. D. Lowls, John Maltor. nnd llobert Spott have beou re covered. Most of tho bodies are hoirlbly burned nnd mutllnted. The dead nro boltiK taken caro of ns fast nstliey aro brousht to tho surface. The City Hall has boon turned Into a tompornry morgue. f Itlsbollovedthatthe bodies of alltho dead will not be recovered for sovornl days. Thofeollnu Is ono of Reneral Centura of tho mlulnB company, and thoro Is a tloelded dis position to hold It responsible for the death of the forty-six men who aro known to havo per ished In thonccldent. Alexander Iiounld, who. up to two weeks nso. wus superintendent of tlm company, reslcned Ills position bocnuso ho refused lonser to accept tho responsibility for tho snfety of the men under him nnlcss tho company took etru precautions. Thuslopo was helps diHen in for the devel opment of Ihu initio. At Intenals of ,'lthl feet oloiii! Its lencth lends were iuii laturally from tho main slope. Mnln ways were belnc driven parallel to tho slope from ilUieront leui!. In order to e-tiibllt.li n driiuclit and prevent llro dnmiv. Tbore was Hit) feet of this yt. I to bo completed when tho explosion occurred. It Is supposed tlmt tho explosion oecuirod in this manhole. .V few moments betmo the explo sion a new shllt of nl men had lollnied nn eipial iiumber of men In one of these levels or entiles. They bad been in tho mlno nbout tin hour when tho explosion occurrod. The iiolv 11 (111? nersonq who were in the mlno at thotlmonro Walter tjtocle nnd brank Hodsklns. Tho lattor Was n rope rider, who attends cars colnc up and down, riteelo was a trnbper. w hn attended tho tmp doors, opening slid shilttlnc them as thoy passed. As liodtt kins passed Stoelo tho latter was taken with 1111 Impulse to go to tho surface, and mounted, tho car with Hodskins. Just as the loys reached tho surface the cxi lo'lon occilned. both belnc blown from the mouth ot the slope. Immediately niter the explosion tlm liilinb itntitsof tho vill.n.0 erottdeil about tho open Ine to the mines, Blvins utternnee to I heir piteous lamentations, and callini: upon tho assembled miners to rush into the mlno. The families ot tho dead miners me almost destitute. Tho mlno Is runninic on short tlmo, Many or tho dead men had only been wurklnji n fowdnys. after a three months' layoff. Tho uoikilnrlnc tlm night luhnnced far enough to satisfy the most sanculim that thorn was no hope of roseulnir nnv of the men alive. Tho men cannot work long at a time. Hero uro the names of tho most of tho vic tims: Thomas Rsn.ttn, tnarttfil. nine children; Willi. m Prnn-ti, ranrrll. thri' ciillil-en: .li,-e:li Hrowtll, lar.e Minlly: oeorff) Rrniikn. luintlv At strenter. Ill ; ll-nry Ciunptifll. ulncle, T II li.ip r tnsriieil. Jn'.a HfinVn, (ainil); riilllp Paitsi. lm funillk, Juhrili I'lin iirlh, .lr. tt .lc, .Inner11 1.1ns ertli. sr lr.e Inni. U, Andrei I.rUn liT. nrirrle.l. Piur rlib-treu, .,a-k lri.iu. lose fimll). Ceuri: I'onikll.e, sln.ie, ItU'li it I lur.llhe ramlh, Jo!!! fii'tor, niiir rle.t. Hie thllil, .Votl i:f'pln icelo-ed). lim-rli'll IPitiTt (Jrnti&m. murrle I. tuo iliili'r-u: Ullllui'i lis.'ue. Hltiirle. Mllriii'll IPiIa, mn.le, Tlinni m llnlnics. nisrried! James lloapin firu. r!). i.tn.1,-. Ji,eih Isinii), son llrlsn- i X'.s.inirlllttpil-iil Hon Oil. I.liic.min (colored) mirrt-.l, Join lulrrt. hiiikIc: l'ru. I.tiklnir (cn'orrd). tiiarm.l; luntot Mi't.lhsti mnr rn-J. three rlilldren I, entire llii'i i. w l hiwer '11" l.m; .Iiiteili eltnelt. nsrried. mo ihlldre-i, Kr-en Ai.iler. lir.o fiimilr. t'liarlei, l'slmer iiiHrtlnl efft ill'! I; I -Until Pei.bslB, ltjurrii,.l A rnllir.l tciilor-.l). mirrled, .Idliti Kne-, sli ffle, Thoma. Hi,-, lir.e fauill., will KJldreim. tnsrn-l ciia child: Mitrliel IliiTmld. lar.e fs'iill; Wlnilon sieeie. Inmily, Juek Wett crbee, liujiu famll); Sydney Wrl.lil, family. Fliolyn Is a small town four miles fiomtho main lino of tl.e Ntiithern Pncilb) Itnilrond Company nnd iihout lo7 miles from Tnconiii. The town is In tlio centro of the Brent eonl Ileitis which supply tho Northern Pacific, tho Union Pacific, ami almost all the towns In Idaho am! eastern Washington with fuel. Eight hundred men, ns a rule, nio encased In tlm mines, nj'd the dully output is ',;u)ii tons. All the men were working with nnked limps, except thus" in tho southenst sancw.iy. whoie safety l'inips were In use. The sutiposltion is that some ono "f the men worklni: -villi naked lumps struck n sudden Outburst of gas and caused tho explosion. oj;i"f.i.T. Dr. Lorenzo AV. J'.lJer died yosteriay raorn Inurnthls homo in feienth and Wa.lilncton streets, Hoboken. He was born In fluillord. Chomnso county. Nev York. In lKJl). In 1HI7 hccindiintod from the New York College of Physicians and .Surirenns, and becamo nn as sistant to Dr. Cook, who was tho first physi cian to establish a practice In Hob.Aon. A few years laler Dr. Cook was ilrown'd while llsh Ini; nt Hell Gate, nud Dr. Llder succeeded te hls practice. He afterward heeamo Interested In polities nnd wns oleeted Mayor of tho city twice, the Ilr"t time In In;,'!. It whs through his efforts that the County Hoard of Health nnd Vital Statl ties was established, and ho was President of the Hoard for several year-. He also served several term- In tim llnm ikeu Hoard of Ldiie itbm and was twice I 're-blent. Dr. i.lder neeii tiiil.tte 1 a l,ir-n fu-tiujo Horn b s praetlceaiid jinllclous . ,-tmi-n'sin real estate. The arranceltH'iit.s for tlm fmieiul h:no not been enmiileted. John (1. Klhm. who died vesterd.iv at his linnie, Tiii I'nvlneiikenue, Jeisey t t- ltfii;lit. was i-lilel til.ur.iti'ier at tho Inin Iiriiition JIi.Iimiii "Il hills Ihl.tiid. ,iud pioImnI) ii'tdei fitood more useful liiicrucnt of the illly ur mine LuiopiMii ilmluelh tliim any riimi mi Hie (-hiiiil. I!n lind been oiiiiiloyed ns m.inruei'of i tllet leBI'.iph ollleo lit Castlo (illllleli foul leoii JIM "allll IIHIlllii'.ellil tllliUS.I lids iif ilfst ill ii, k in lie frb-iidsuf newly, ii rlieiliin iii .-iniiii. i-inll (lie r lAn.'.iiiitfON i. nas almost eo sinn'l feirhiui; Ltteis f.iim BI'Miiful iilleiit. wlimn be luJi eii tn't'ilol W iv.huI. He iv.ts il ) .-art id I, III In ;; -il tn tiHI Cititollo I'UtieMlli'nt l.e- rio'i, n til w.is n Deiimerai. The i" dnseesnt Kill- I slum! cudee'ed money for 1 11 ir.i trloiito tor lilscollln. t'b'irlkis 'licen, for iiiJiiy year a rirtssnpcur tr iln eon luetiii-ii;i tho Hno iliiilro'id. dieiisnd ileiilv on Monday In Clncninitl. a.-od'iil ve.i-s, l.e w s u iiutlke of Mats lehusetts, and v is 1 ln'i.illy e Incited. I'ole-tu r,iniiln(; pus. H nimr tratnson tho Kile in id In 1' nl.uiid u iiiiilii'd with that ciiniinuy until about llio y. hi hi; B". when ho Imd: a place on tlio On tliilinti nml Dayton llnllroml. Ills wlfo dlel Ibnojearsiiu'o, soil he li.n) tin children. Ho wi.; a nmininr of Pint Jervlh ill. islon or tho (oderof llikilroad'ondiictors. uiulof lvyl.odco of I rrt) Masons of Llmlm. Wlllhm H. H. Millor. a coal denlnrnf Newark, died at hU ilauchtor's home In that city oiulv .".' !'.'.'. Vi i."s,.v'V 'V.vears old and was I nt n ntl.lt lh lulls. .N.J. He wont In LeaM nwoitli in iK'io nnd was driven nw.iv n venrnr lu-n lotor by tlio Ilordor lluftlaiis. At tlm beBlnnlnv of tho war he enlisted in the I'list ?. issnutj Cavalry, and at Its close ho nuuln his Immo In rolnin. Al.i. lie removed from theioto .Vt-wnrlc nftitr a few yearB. Ho lo4Vcs ono eon mid four daughters. Wflll.irn 1", Hersomnn died on Tuesdny nlcht nt his home, HJH l'onath stnet, Willhims. burBh. He was it baker, and lm eniploked imiitly 41KJ men anil hnd forty wucnim. lie IcnU'S prnperty valued at .H.riO IKiii. A widow bylves hlni. Mr. Hersemiiit was u meiulier of tlmC'iilholle lletievolent l.oirloo niol el (hn .oellner Maeniieelior. an I ieei;alini from both loeleth i. will iiltnndhi. fuiiernl InCnl nry eiiudeiy i-iiinrrnw. Mi. A. 1. HpoiTord. wi'ii oflliii Iltunrl.innf ; Coiii:h'ss. died in Viihln;:ton yestenl ly of 1 1, lmuonin alter iv week's illnes-. Mmwilen I ve of MnasneliiisellH, but has Ined it) ihiilnKtoii since 1HU''. Mis. SpolTiud Ii-iWi-h n husband nnd three children, ono of whom Is now at the famous water euro in Kreu.iinch. Germany. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. Lcslrnnse. who lived In Corona for moro thnn forty years, tiled In that vl Iiibo t-iindny. within three hours of each cither, Mrs. Lestmnire, who was 71 years old, dledat 2 o'clock In tlm itlternoon.nndhor bus. band, who was 7,r years old, illod at u iiVlnok. Heriteant 'Wllllani 1". Monro nf Ihe Jertey f "it V Poll -ii Derailment died of pneiitiiruil.i lust lilphl alter a sleknei-n' ii feiv days, Iln miih nltacheii tn the bcienth i leciuct. IIu leaves n wile and family, The Ilev. 1- ('. JIIII, D. lb. Dean of Ihe Houth ern Convocation of tlio r.plHcoi'iil Diocese of Illnnosota siul juofessor nf llturclfH In ,sea bury I'nlveislty ticliool, died at i'lirlbuult, Mlun., yesterday, , Rtn.ro Senator Milton W. Mnthows died nt Ills homo In t'rbina. III., en Tuesday, IIU denlh was duo to ropeutoil attacks ol inflnm mutory rheuinntlsni, which Induced licart trouble. Klmon J. Dlller. owner of tlm McClollan House i In Gottysbure. P-. dind thero yostor day. Ho wolKlied moro than .1X1 .pounds, and was tlio lioavle.t man In southorn Pennsylvania. n- irtat limlitil tralm titry day il. Kew Tort time taut ttu Bac.r. Ait, DR. CROSBY'S SUCCESSOR. lovmn avexve riiKsnYTEntAX ciivxcu ix inuvntn, r.lvely m.cnsslon at a Meellnc I." at Nlcht Over the tlurallon or Calllns Ir. Janea Mclend or Albany-They Totrd flrat to Cill .11 tn and llira thnt Tote "sTne His considered and 4t Aerteria Chart.ee Mnde Acalust niaa la the Illacnaalon. Theconerecallon of the fourth Avonuorron hytorlan Church, nt Twonty-sccond f troot and Fourth avenuo. mot last nlcht In tho lccluro room to consider the report of tho committee appointed moro than a j cameo to provldo a pastor to llll tho tulplt occupied for many years by the Into Dr. Howard Crosby. Hlnco Dr. Crosby's death fourteen months nco tho pulpit has been filled by supplies, nnd tliocom niltteo of nlno were, until ery lntclr. unnble to ninknnny cholco. A month or more neo Dr. .Tamos McLeod of Albany, Dr. Crosby's successor ns Modorntor of tho Synod of New York, preaehod In tho church as a supply. He had not hcrotofp.ro boon cotisldored as a candidate but his sor miwi proed very acceptable to tho congrega tion, nnd the commlttoo wns pressed on nil sides lo call him to the pastorate. Georuo L Storry. Ihe Chairman of tho committee, was absent at tho tlmoon atrip Wostto pass upon a proposed cIorytnnn in n distant State, but tho prossuro upon tho rest of tho committee was such that, ntter somo lnvestlcallon. , It was decided to call Dr. McLcot). Ac cordingly Dr. MuLood was reported to tho coiinroBatlon as tho com'iiiltoo's cholco. Mr. r-teny bnlnir still absent, howoor. it w.is decbledto postiono tlio mcetina until last nlulit. Tlm l-cturo room was filled Inst night when the liioelllli: Was fulled to oitlei. with tho ltov. Thomas Douchis ot 11 imojnChnpel ns Moder iltoi. The leport of tho committee wns pre sented in tho shipo of a lesolution to call Dr. Mcl.eod at it nlnrynt $0,000. i An opposi tion, not wholly une.tected. was immediately developed. I.lder b.ilpli Wells, one of the coinmlttei). lead letters from persons In various charges which Dr. McLeod had held which testliled to his ability ns n preacher and a pastor and his "social Bonlus." An old nn mber of the church thon ononed upim the other sldo with tho statement that finni nil repo'ts he was convinced that "thero worn ladlenl dole -ts In tho man's charnctor." Gocro P. I.uillatn. ono of tho elders made a sensation by mtotliiR from a letter from Mr. Hteny. which stated that tho writer purposely nbsentod him self from the meeting because ho foil that ho could never airreo to tlio man wdiom llio rest of tlm commlttoo hnd soleelod. It was also stated that Dr. McLeod had boon asked to re slcn his iastmiiti nt Indianapolis, butln op position to this anothor membor stated that hn hud rnoeived ndvlces from persons in In dl.inatolls that this was due to tho vorync Biessive stand he there took against gambling and tho s.iloiu.s. Thei owns another sensntlon when a church menibernuoteil from n prlvntoletter. whkh ho said lie had rccelMnl from a relative who be longed to Dr. Mol.eod'sehnroh In Indianapolis, in which It was stated thnt lie found the church there niespeious nnd lolt It empty, thnt ho showed lilmsell licking in intellectual power, and that. iilthuUKh his salary wus isil.OuO. ho was always in debt, Aftoru warm discussion of nearly an hour, tho eommlttoo's report to call Dr. McLeod wns ndoptod by u vote of 47 toL'it. Police Justice T.ilntor, who Is a prominent member of tlio cliuieh. then moved to mnfco the mill unanimous. This provoked a spirited discu-si.in. winch lasted neurly half an hour. Mr. St. mill decline that ho couldn't under stand how, when tlm majority was so slim, the largo minority could bo properly culled upon to elpingi) Its opinions so .suddenly. Wultei l'llirnrds Dually called for a roconsld eratinn of too lli-st M.te, In tho hopo that this would reduce tho minority. This was voted down, and the question of niakliiir tho call unanimous wis put. The vote wus 30 to 14 in fanr "f so d nig. Atler the committed was discharged, which was not nccnnipllshed without nnothor long Ughi, a motion u.is imssedto appoint tlio same commlttoo to inform Dr. McLeod that ho was called to tho pastorate. Still another fight rcsultod In the recon'lderntlon of this and tho presentation of nnothor motion that a committee oi tlireo be unpointed fur tho same purpoo. This would undoubtedly -have passed unanimously If put. for It was already l.ito. and mnny nf tho oppor.ltlui hnd left Etho room. Atthlsjiiiic'iire Justice Tr.ir.tor c.iino to the front and. said thnt tlm opposition was large and determined, .ind tint harmony In the church was the first consideration- r-or this reuse u, nlthouch ho w.isa stroris McLeod advocate, he minetl as u Hiiltltilto ti r tlm lllr-t motion passed that it wns tnexpedicnr to call Dr. Mc Leod toth pus" i ate. This was sod ruled by Walter' r' inolhor adioente of llr. Mc Leod unit cnmniitteeof nine. It was i:seil -ly. and the in" tlnv; ad join tied. 1 1 - now no pastor nud no com mittee mrp k I to select ono. After li mw.uii ndvocnto of Dr. Mc Leod sain ' 'tlm opposition camo fmin tlio friends nt ' Stern, v ho felt woundeij he fiiiist. 1,1 ...lmittei) bad acted without him. and from .Mr. seli.ul, tlm on of Dr. i-clmf. or L'nloti . Iienlngleiil Semlnarv. win, did not want n strops: nntl-llrlggs man llko Dr. Mc Leod brought tn the city. TllACT hOClKTV Ml'.KTIXa. Kenorls ftean rVuin the Ilene-Tolent, Pubttsh InK, and llnslnes Hep it Imrnts. The-nnnual moetliiKnf the American Trnct Society was held )csltrdav morning lu tho chapel uf the M.idl-ou S'nuaie l'resbjterl.in Church. William Strong of Washington, tho fiii-lcty't. President, was Cliainumi of Urn ineet'ii:;. liupotts weie ueiied from tho lie. U. W. V.nn 1 for the imblirliliii; depart partinent, from the lle. W. A. Met) for the Pi iieiulent work ol llm society, and from tho Ilcv. licnrgn I- Shearer for the buslimss do pit'tmei t. 'J , e airi;.e'ale circiil iticn of tho ni erb dlo.ils juihlisl ed b) the soejtly is '..'..iii,r.K ileii.-loiis HliiiMtUi'e tn tlm Millie nf -.i.is li lius been distj-n utetl ill tho pip-t year, ihe lit eolpurtem.s, ill the society i omjdny luie -.v.iik.il In ::.') stati s and territorl mid In bl 4. .I'll j iiblle muetlug.s, bveluiM inukllig lJii.i ili .a nil vb Its. It. "-beurer icioited that tho benevolent ilep.iitiiient had it lied irom donations mnl sulci iiBriti:; ihe year I IR.O-Vi. Willie It bad eiponded .i:iC.4'i. Tlm business ilepurt liient i.-veiked limn rales, rents, mid loans r,-.ii I..M.ri during tho jiur. It had u.pcndcd ..lili.n.it. Tim l;uv. D. J. Hurrell was elcited to llll a ynciipcy In the Honrd nf MnmiK.ii. Prof. Wiillm.i Aleinidcr and liisbop Henry ('. Put ter woro circle 1 Imnoiniy Mee-Piesiddiita. I id. J.. I. MM'onk ot this eij ka elected tn tlm v.icniiei-mi the I'ipancni i niniltteeeaused U-, Hie dual ii of Poswell Smith. '!),,, u0Vp Albeit J. 1 yuian of Uir.nkhn kkiis ojected u nionibei of nu. Publishing i onu.ilttee to till tho unexpired term of the llev. Dr. W. .11. l.iylui. who was uimle Imnniiiry Ylee-1'rnsl-tk-iit. Ilr. Miung was reelected President of tho society ami Mnjor-Geu. I), t). Howard Nb'o-Preshlent. 'llm Jlek. .lolm M. Ktmenson. who has been Corresponding Secretary of tlm society for foity yeais. ivim lelirod from active) service and elected hoorelary emorllus, Uo Is the fatlier-lii-l.iw of Piebidnht Putlou of Princeton. riiilnfleld'a ljniturlnn Cliurcli. 1'i.AtMiKt.i), May 11. -Tlm first Unitarian church eiorbr.Hl in rialnlleld wns dedicated till., oicnlng, tho llev. Mlnot J. r-'avago of Lo.-ton pleaching tho senium. Tlio society was riiciiiii-eil In jks'I ,y tho llev. Hobert bonier. A Piecoof (imperty on Park avenuo was doimtod by tin, late Job Mule, nml on this thochuieli, u very pretty st'tu-tiuo of rough tlresseiMone.ls built. The Pev.HobiirtChirK Is the pastor Arming nther jiilliNlerH Inking part yer.i the liov, (., I ;.ltll1 .( tin, ltov. Jiobi-it willlaiifiiiadtho Jim. John W. Clmdwiek ol Palth Cnro 1'iillril to fnve Her. vTinr vuliVV I,l',1,T;'h, wlfo P' tho Hon. E,"1"'11.11"1"1 Mm camo horo a few selt In tlio hands o( tlm faith eurlsts. 1 i DT'S"fT5,k? I Poo'Tivnr cumd Bv '.'".It. tno THt" L,TTLr p,u'' TITTLE trct-ifroin Ifysnepsla, In- ( "J Eti6rP digcstlon.and Too Hearty ' SLy " " I''lng. A perfect remedy ', '0 L-'D Er6ait for '"Blncss, Nausea, H '8 !T Drowsloess, Dad Tasto In t i&iS-l tJie Ji"" Coa,"1 Zy h ' T-! cue, rain in the Bide. 5 -'bey regulate the Bowels and prevent Con-tipa- i Hen. Are free from all crude and Irrlutlnir matter. Very small; easy to take; so pain; no Q grlpla. Purely Vegstable. Bugar Coated, H OMALt Plix, 8MAH. D9SE. SMALL HICt. CD lloiTure or Imitations and H Alc for OAIlTHn'S nnd see you set Q 0-lAR-T-E-R-'8. ! ntLEUAXEB OFF FOIt rOtlTLAXU. Two Trntn Loads of People ta He nr Take 1'nrt In the Preabyterlan Aisemblr. Nearly all of the delegates from New York and vicinity to tho rrosbytcrlan General As sera bly. which meets in Portland, Or., od Thurs day of next week, started from this city yester day afternoon on two special trains, which will run through to Portland. One of tho trains startod by the Now York Centrnl nt IX o'clock nnd the othor by tho Pennsylvania road at tho samo hour. Besides the delegates, tho trains carried mony persons who nro Bolng to Tortlnnd moroly to witness tho struggle over Prof. Chnrlcs A. Brlfgs nnd Union Sem inary, which will overshadow all other Issues boforo the Assombly. The Now York commis sioners who loft on tho Central train of sovon cars woro: Tho ltov, John C. Miss, Moderator of tho Now York Presbytery: the llov. J. ,T, Lnmpo. the ltov. W. D. Buchnnnn. tho Bev. J. C Nightingale, Logan C. Murray, John C, Tucker. Prof. J. J. Stovonson. W. R. Worrnll. Thomas 1. StronB. and Frederick Blumo. LV.rn M. Klngsloy. tho trensuror nnd rocorder of Union Theological Bomlnary. wns on tho train with his daughter. Ho goes ns the bearer of Important documents from tho di rectors of Union, which nro to be presonted when tho somtnnry's caso comos us. Tho llev. O. Y. r. Birch. Chairman of tho Brlggs lommltteo of Prosecution, and Cot. HIllnltK. Kliop.uil woro also passengers on tho (rain. Col. Miepard had n whole di awing room to hlmsoir. Prof. Hrlggs, who will not eo to Portland himself, was lu tho wailing loom bidding good-by to his friends. The tmlu on tho Pennsylvania road was well filled. Tho llov. lieorgo 1 Shearer, another of tho commissioners from the Now iork l'resbytory was on this train. At Chicago the Peunsynnlu and New York Central tinlns will he consolidated, nnd tho train of twenty two cars which will iiiako tho trip from Chi cago will he run in two or three sections over the Chicago nnd Northwestern road to pmnhu and theiico over the I nlon Pnelllo to Salt Lako City, where It Is due at 12 P. M. Katiirday. Hero a two days' stop will be inado In order to nvuld travelling on Humlnv. On tiuhday morning members of the party will supply tho Trolestant pulpits of tho town, nnd In tho afternoon a visit will bo made to tho alormon Tabernacle. A hlg missionary meet ing will bo hold on Sunday evening In tho Suit Luke 'llioatro. On Monday thero will bo ex cursions In tho neighborhood of the city, nnd on .ltoniiay evening me train wilt start agnln for Portland oer tho Uiegon Short Line. At Tho utiles stenmora will Po provldod to take the p irtv down tlm Columbia lllvor. bringing the commissioners and their friends Into Portland on noxt Wednesday evening, tho day before the General Assembly is opened. FOR A CAlItOI.IC C1TAVTAVQUA. A Three Weeks' Aaeemblr thin Manner an Carltoa Island, In the tet. Lawnuet, A conference of Catholic prlosts and laymen was bosun yesterday at the Cuthollo Club to discuss the establishment of a summer school for Catholics on lines similar to those on which the Chautauqua Assombty Is conducted. The Bev. Morgan M. Sheedy of Pittsburgh proslded at the meetlnB and Warron E. Mosher of Youngstown. odltorof the Cathotio Heading Circle Jlrvicw. was electod Socrotnry. Among thoso present wore the llov. Joseph IL Mo Mahon of St Patrick's Cathedral. Thomas Mc Millan of the Paulist Fathers. John Talbot Smith and MIchaol J. Lavello of the Cathedral. P. A. Ilalplnof tho Jesuit ColIcgoofSt. Fran cis Xavler. Dr. Jnmos P. Loughlln. F. P. Sieg fried, nnd Walter P. dough of Philadelphia, llioinns.loynt of New London, and J. K Mul l.inoyot Syracuse. Hrothor Azarl.is of Man hattan College, and Prof. John P. Brophy of St. Louis College. The talk ut tho Conference showed that the general idea was to locato the ns6ombly In a rottrvd place on tho seashore, where, during the summer months, professors from Catholic seminaries nntl colleges would give lectures. It was said that In time the assembly would issue, text hooks, which would enable pootilo who oouhln t nttond tho lecture courses to fol low the educational scheme of the nsbemhly. Among tho places to locato the H'sembly spoken of were Carlton Island. In the St. laiw rence, imnr Capo Vincent: Point Pleasant. N. J.. .Now London, and Lake Geoige. Advocates of the Nland location drew attention to the fact that large numbers of Canadian Catholics would attonti thenssomblyif it was held there. The selection of a location was referred to a committee composed of Father Mulluney. Mr. Huaren. nnd Mr. Mosher. Tliu place whero tho assembly will be located wilt probably bo bought by the projectors of tho educational scheme. It was decided nt a session last night to hnie leitureson ethics, science and rooaled religion, history, literature, and political economy. Cnrlton Island was selected ns the lilneo to hold tho assembly. The first session lo lo held this summer Is to last threo weeks. - in- niiiuo ui urn tiiiicii t tn ue cnangou in i ur rollton Island. In hnnor of Carroll of Cannllton. one of tho signers of tho Declaration ol Inde pendence. A session Is to bo held this morning and this ovcnlng. A EELlaiUVS CltAZE. The Mc.lcun Ons-ernment Trylns te Fan. prenn a Pretended Christ. EuTapo. May 11. Tha Moxlcan Government has taken sovere measures against tho village of Tomacblc. In southwest Chlhuahba, about !00 miles from tho city of Chihuahua, on tho rend to Jesus Maria. The village has boon In rebellion iigali.st the Govornmont for several months. About a yenr ago thero appenro 1 an old man with long white hulr and beard, who the priest of tue village proclaimed was tho truo (hi 1st. who had como to save. Tho peopln unit tholr fields and flocked to the supposed ( hrlst and e.irrlt d on solemn ceremonies day nnd night. Tho Goiernment sent troojis to the nliice todlfporro the crowd and ni rest tho fupposcd Christ, but tho priest exhorted the peojiio to 1:111 tlio soldiers nnd drive them nw.iy. which they did. killing a largo tiumhir mid driving tho rest buck through tho moun tains. The G.ivoinmont cent n representative to In form tho peofle that if thi v would disperse tin matter wmild bo dropped, but they ilrmo t e lopti'soritutlio nw.iy. Troiin i.ero then son! to clem out, tho toy-n. The people at 'iniu.it hie nro well nrmedanddospeinte. They nreneaily starved out. but are firm belleiers In thenllogcil Christ. A runner was expected In (he city of Chi hiiahi.it I. ist night with tho icsult, buthns not yet urrlvcd. AT ST. J7T.1.V EAI'TISTE'S. Two Man Miracle Attributed to the I.O. eary or the ICelle afrii. Ann. The llttlo Church of St. Jean Baptlste. In East i'ovonty-slxlh streot, was ciowilod nil of yosterday, nnd tho faithful fllud lu and out lo kiss tho llttlo glass box containing tho rollo of St. Ann. Two more miracles wore reported. Mis. Smith of alio Lust Sevonty-fllh street, nn old woman who has been unablo lo talk above a whlspor for nineteen years, says she has had her speech completely restored, nnd n llttlo boy, tho son of Mrs. llieiuuili of l.iiOd Aieniio A, has been cured nf uu.meitlon of the ear. This makes a total of eleven miracles at tilbutud to llm relic since il has been In this city. On Sundny Mgr. O'llellly will say high mans, and on Monday morning at Kn'einol: (horo will be celohriitod a mass of thanksgiving. Tho relic will be expo-mi from t. o'clock In the morning until 1" n clock at night every tiny until Monday. At nmiu nf that day It will bo taken nwnt, Mgr. Mnnjiils will carry it thon to St. Auno do Jiciiiipn") in l aiiinla. " InNlnltMllim of nUhuii tlnhi lrl. OoDFNsnrwj. May IL Tho Installallon of Bishop Gabriels nt St. Mary's Cathedral hero this afternoon was a solemn nud Impressive ceremony. Two hundred priests wenrlnc sur plices and cassocks and a score of altar boys In crimson gowns nnd whlto etments added to the scono. Tho sanctuary was ono mnss of lighted candles, (lowers, and potted plants, while tho wd'ls woro hung with folds of heavy cardinal cloth fringed with bullion. Banners hung from tlm walls of tlio cathedral mid tlio entire building presented n fosfni appearance The e-itln'iluil u nt. crowded tn llioilnois.alid hundli-ilH who weie unnble lo Mill admit tancoslnod outside In tlm pelting siorm until the enijclusl.in nf tile ooleiiioitj,,-. , i tnuiiii-t nt tlm WlndHor Hotel followed. An nddio'.s , f wolcniiio was read, and tlm njsii,.,, VIIH , ,.,. sciilcd with a purse of $.'1.01)0, In llio ekciin. a puiiliiecoi(lon was given at the re tniy There was a display of !lrework und intislo during tho evening. Some1 women save ttiefr time. money. " clothes. '.TrenEth. The wisest woman saves ulL She uses Pearline.' f- Don't be tuxxt- J. trinfcfrlbydealeri - --y'Lai,Ov w,, rebuild that if5-j a they ran soil Dr. TSe..- l l'iorcc's rcntiino t-'- Ri'tUclnrs nt less I jaw lX '1!n tlirso long- sjitl V -j.ilP established pri.iu: Vfa I ATlir Golden Medical vMS Wk t Discovery (for mWf fls-J Jdvr, BlootI r.nd If r-' Sl.iW kt Imttla. .'nvorltclrcscrip tlon (for womnn's wralmcfjcs nnd nilmontj), tl.Of) por IxittJo. Pleasant I'cllota (for tho liver), A) centa r viul. Compound Hit. of Smart -Weed, flO rcnt.s per bottle. Dr. Karjc'ii Catarrh llcnirtly, .W cents ier liottla llio (7?auinc medicines can only bo sold by dnirrjlsts, nt tho nbovo 'rices. Tliero iiiti moro w nys than ono to mako a profit, oven at " cut prices." Unscrupulous tlonlTs tamiKT with tho liottles, or roGll empty ones and such jnixturcs can be sold cbenply. Hut every Ixittlo of Dr. lMeroo'a (fmiiine mrsllclnes is ounirmfcrf-. If It lulls lo rrivo satisfaction in rtny caso, you havo your money back. Cnn anything; else, nt any price, bo rcallr as cheap f You pay only for value received. OXI.Y $S,VM MO HE XEhimn For the Grant Klnntiment-KlTnrta to Hals thnt lie fore. .Mnr IIO. Gen. Horace Porter, tho President of the Grant Monument Association, issued this ad dross entuidny to Ihe poo loof Now ork city: "On Miilch'Jo Inst the estlmntod sum re quired to complete tho tomb of (ien. Grant wns fftoO.OOO. During the four weeks intervening botwoen that time nnd tho lining of the corner stone the subscriptions obtained amounted to about $.00, 000. In tho following two weeks, that Is, up to the present date, an additional sum of $7o,000 haB been bubscribod, leaving $75,000 moro to bo raised. "Ourcltbcns In every walk of llfo aro re sponding nio.t Bcuerously to tho calls made upon thom to unite In umovlnc from our city the reproach of a ncglcctod Brave. The rich have sent In checks for largo amounts, and people of small means, and even the poor. have contributed aceordliiB to their ability. Orent numbers haie as yet given nothing. "Tho press nnd the committees have placed tho subject so prominently before the com munity that every citizon who can read now understands tho purpose of the undertaking and Its requirements. Those who have al ready responded aro certainly not the only popple or our city who nro gonerous enough to aid In this patriotic work. .."?''!0,cl,'"S"R' committors ore continuing their labors In obtaining subscriptions from nil businoss interests nnd professions In our citv. It Is earnestly requested that unyinJI ytdiinl who may, not hnvo been approached through n commit too will sond his subscrip tion direct to tho offlooof the GrnntMonument Association. 1.; Broad street, and itwill appear In tho publication of tlio amounts received. If he bo n member of n profession, business, or trade, hlssuhseilptlon will bo credited to thnt Intorest As soon ns any committee turns In tho money collected from Its subscribers tholr names and tho amounts subscribed will be given to the press. " Now that success Is so noarly attained It would bo a serious reflection upon tho publlo spirit of our city If the remaining $75,000 should not bo subscribed before Decoration Day. May flO. and New York not be able to pro claim then that sho had redeemed her pledges and discharged the duty which tho nation has looked to her to perform." It appears to bo certain that tho additional $7.r,0(Ki. which Is now all that Is rooulred to complete tlm round sum of JUfiOXOO which Gen. Porter nnd his associates havo set out to obtain will be subscribed by tho end of tho month. It Is understood that 120 ot the committees orgunii-od In tho dif ferent IndUHtrios tn obtain subscriptions havo mado no leportos yet, for they ao still working to Increase tho nmounts which they havo on their books. When their reports I como in tno grnnil total will bo largo. Tho Be fall Liquor Dealers' Committee liuve just been reorganized for moro effective work. The city has boen divided nccordlng to pollen precincts, anil In each n sub-committee Is working. Placards havo been prepared to be placed in the windows whero subscriptions aro to be re oelved, nnd subscription books will bo ready Inside. Tlio cntnmlitoe has decided to collect nil the subscriptions in cash, where prueti cahle. The boxes which have been placed nt the elevated rallrond BlaMons aro gathering In a Brent deal ot small change. Some of tho reg ular patrons of the load are in the habit of putting their spare pontiles in the boxes every tiny. It Is quite a common thing, when the tlckot agent hands out a pllo of pennies In chance, tn see ovory one of the pennies go rat tliug Into tlio box to swell the monument fund. TUET OBJECT TO THE FltEXCB. The Natives of the Leewar. Ielandst Vp ta Arms for Independence, San FnAS-cisco, May 11. News has been brought hero by tho bark Galileo, just arrived from Tahiti, f nn uprising of natives of the Leeward Islands, growing out of the change from nn independent nutlvo Government to French rule. Tho French war ships Durance, Pourvoyeur. and Duchnffant have been sent to tho scone of tho uprising. Ono of tho imssengors gave the following nccount of tho troublo: " This uprising hns been brought about through trying to chn ge or annul the tnntyof 1SI7 betweon France and England, by which the threo Leeward Islands were allowed to bo independent of the nutlvo Gov ernment. Now 1 ranee has given nkor to tho J.ngl.sli tioM'tninent tho islands of the New Hel.iidcs for a iietml olony. and In exchange tlm Leeward b'aids woro to bo put under the 1'ieiieli Government. Tlm change Is a benohcl.il one for the natives, but they have for so long enjoyed full Independence that they dislike to leel ti.o lontrictlon that uny ling luits upon llinia, "On tl.n Islainlsof Huahlne and Bornbora the n.'tlvesat llrst rcbolled, but later caio In to tlm (1 ivernment when Informed by the I'.iltlsh Consul at Tahiti that suchachango was aulhoilreil. Tlio natives on llalntea, how Oker, resisted. They aimed themselkcs and prepared for n light. Tho population of tho Island Is about 1000. To quell this disturb ance tlrio French war vessels woro sent to Balaton. IVaclul means wero to ho ti ied, if possible, to settle the trouble. No further In formation had r-aohed Tahiti proviuus to the sailing of iho Galileo." These threo Islands oie a few hundred miles noitlnvtki nf 'Jnhltl. They form putt of tho Booietj Islands, to which Tahiti bImi belongs, and Franco's sovereignty oier nil thin re.-lon has long been re ogiibed. The island I'ai ilea, whole the piesent trouble Is centred. Is be tween the other two disaffected islniiiio. and la larger and more populous than the other two together. A few other Islandsof little Impor tance ntonl.o Included In tho LcCViiird inlands. A tlnod Kim for the Purr-l lllemarck. Tho Hamburgh-American steamship usrst Bismarck, which Hilled fion this port on i'Imi...!,. inst fnp Snntliaitiiitoii. passed the LI.:ird nt 1 o'tlo. k this morn ing. Mm piobnblv has broken tho best preWous record, en .tkviinl to ho Noodle', will- h is llm Mulshing I olnt of racing steamships loiiinl fur the t "iitineiit. I ho run tf.tloNeidb-s ft in Ihe LI it I Is about six Imui-. The I uei I llisinriie-'slime prolinbly will bo ab.ail i! .inks and I'. Hours, nr nearly nn hour leiur limn t'm joe. 'd which alio hold.. U d,is I- hmiif ni.. I .. minutes. B IS lint a tti-.ls'ry til liniciiiniitlou Cnaea. Pirn Mini pn, May II. -The Ponnsylvnnl.i Soviet y f or tin' IV kei.tP'ii nf Tuberculosis Is in accord with .V.u-r Moses Wale, tlm local health ollb or, to h.ne till ereulosls plncod upon the Ii t ' di. s-cs retmnnbln to tho jimi-d of lb ilih- "H minimi meeting on Till niiir th" " l"'l n-luMfil u (miles ol resn lotions iioblii g Mi it tlm llrst step tn b taken In thoeiiilivkoi to relent tho spread of con sumption Is tj havo all cases properly reglttcied. . The r-ttnlenliornliine t'onf.r, Cf.TiNNiTi, Mar II. Tho ministerial con feien'pof theCliuich of the Now Jerusalom Swedeiiboigbiii-bogJU here yesterday. It in" nullum t II Sif.id.iv. whnn tlm Vmloniil i . n'eitfii r it ' .b'lihorgi.ui i'I ur-h will niii. 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IIo was a peddlor of prayer books and re ligious symbols. He was eacer for an heir to Inherit his savings. After a year of married life, as she did not expect to become a mother. beapplieil to a rabbi for a divorce. When tha divorce wns granted hor parents cast her oft She then expected to bocomo a mothor, but ' fenrlnc that if she told hor former husband. for whom she hnd a strong dislike on account of his divorcing her, he would compel her to llvo with him again, slm rosolved to eome to the United States and earn her own living. bhe was nrr.ilitnod yesterday In the General Sessions, heforo Judge Cowing. Assistant District Attorney Mclntyro said that he had carefully Inquired Into the clrcumstanoei ol the birth nnd death of the child, and he waa sutislled that there was no Intont on tha mother's pait to kill It Whatever occurred wns due entirely. In his opinion, to the ex treme youth and Inexperlonce of themothtiy Hn therefore recommended the dismissal of ' tho indictment. Judge Cowing grantedtha I motion, und discharged Jennlo Levldlta, ' When Interpreter Lollln told her she waa free she ran to Mr. Mufntyre. called him her savior. ' and covered his hand with kisses, and would ' have embraced blm, but ho drew back. Dow- ' Inir low then to Judge Cowing the hurried from the court room. Tbe MlataK JSooaa at -Xlee, DEimtn, Col.. May 10. A mining man Jut j returnod from Ulco confirms the reports ot , rich strlko- of silver mado thore. The blggec. are in tho mines of the Rico-Aspen Consoli dated rvimpnny, whloh owns thirty-live mlnea and has tliu millionaire aioffnt nt Its head. lileo is said to bo enjoying tho greatest boom ', of any sliver camp since LoadvllTo. ' she sir.es. j The lm ml red thousand trained voices j of America t'ic half million sweet i voices if il'. ilu evenings all knovr that voire i r it the dress, yet dress - J nflrri' the wo. No prima donna ever sap; with uiirninfortnlile corset the quiilitv of v i'-e is infliu-nccd 1)J' ease of chest drcr in'; the i.f!iipolse Waist i is tb racffiil necessity of style and ' vocal' ::i. Made by George 1'rost Co., , Boston. I I'or pnlo by Now York dealers generally. t Equipoise Waists or I TIIUl0'rl ULOVE.yjTTINO COHSKTB mlllel, pott I ) Bald, ea receipt of tne. Citioiti..;rr. i K. .. vOtilLLL, 13 Wait lt- it, if IT -Ml) ;(,. IJM aaaaTaaajlasaaB?rt''L:J-'a-l','iV ''''iiHH