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2 THE OMAHA DAILY KEE : FRIDAY , MAY 0 , 1892.
OFF ON THEIR FIRST TRIP Omaha Ball Players Go Out Into the Cold , Unfeeling World. KANSAS CITY SWIPES THE HOOSIERS tJlinmj- Manning Couldn't l.ct nn Knsy Tiling < ! " Ity-.Natlonnl l.diKiin ( liiinos .Stain l.rncno 'Ifiiins llnit- Mng l.l\cl\ , . Tor the ninth tlmo this nonson rain pro- rented the game at Sportsman's park yc&tcr- day afternoon , nnd at4 o'clock both the Omaha and Milwaukee tennis loit for the cast without having played oi.o of tholr games hero. Thus two teams have neon here , Minneapolis and Mllwnultco , and de parted w Ithout lifting n bat. Out of the eighteen names scheduled for the home grounds for the opening championship scries but ono hall worn plnjod , two 'Vlth St. Paul , two with Toledo , three with Columbus and two with Indinnnpolls. Of those Omaha won four nod lost live , not such a poor show ing considering the fact that the Hustler * had absolutely no preliminary praotico ajid were short two of tholr regularly assigned men Sprnguo nnd Ivory. Saturday j our Uncle David will open up nt Toledo , playing there nlso on the 8th nnd 10th On the llth , 12th nnd l.lth they will bent nt Columbus ; the llth , loth and lilth nl Indianapolis , the 17th , ISUi and I'Jth ' nt Milwaukee ; the 21st , ' . ' 2nd nnd Sllh nt bt Piiul and Sotti. 'JOth and JJMh nt M'ni.onpolls. ' On the li'Jth ' thov re turn homo nnd meat Kansas t Itv In the after noon , and on the ilUth , Decoration day , piny the Cowboys two games more. Than Ihoy go to ICansns City for gumus on the Hist , and June 1 and - ; then buck homo ngnln for games with Toledo on thu Ith , 5th and (1th ( ; Columbus 7th , Sth und Dili. Mllvvnukeo llth , 12th and 13th : Indianapolis Uth , luth and 10th. IJvi'ii Illlcljorg Mporns Them. KANSAS CITV , Mo. May o. The homo team ontbaltod Indinnapnlis today and wen without much cxortlon. Lltoljotgwas very ofTectlvo with thruu men on the bases. Thu grounds were heavy from lasl night's rain , but thu weather was pleasant. Attendance aboutflOO. Score : KANHAH CITV IMIIAN lions All II ! ' A r All II I'A K Mnnnlnn 3l > 4 0 J J 0 McQmilil If J 2 3 0 U HiniUr.lt. t I 2 u o Mi < nrn in 4 I 1 U 0 Mnypr , 3 l.ilchcr , rf . I U I U U Cimibjr. Ib 5 a 11 0 0 I ) llrltn Ib t 1 17 1 0 l.ytllo. in . 1 0 U U 0 1 il\vf ( 111 ( si 4 U U 6 1 Amtriis , rf 3 2 I 0 1 llrrii r ? b . Alln-rtn , m. I I 4 1 I Cnriciiter,1b | Kolllnn c 4 I ,1 I U gulnn c . 4 U 2 0 0 I ItulJorR , p Muililin p 4 0 0 J 0 lutnl . . . ft. 10 11 II. 2 Inlnl It IT 18 1 IIIL 111 INSINIIS Kaunas LII > . . . . I I i 0 0 0 0 0 0 i . . . . i BUMMMIV. 1 urn I'll nini Kiumis city , 1 'lurobn o lilts humln ) , ItollliM 'Ilirou linno lilts Alburln , AnilriiH HiurllHo Mti Allnita Munrn Iddicr J. llcrxor , Cnriicnli r , Diilnn Duublo | ilnj3. Mnn lilnn lu AltiurtH I ItuljorK lo Allnrts lo Cnniu ) , Mnililon lu llirKi'r tu ( ) llrlcn llnso un tmlls. OlT Kltoljurit i , oil Vlnildi n t lilt l > > | ) Hlicr biindiVT , 1 Itllc , I eli her struck out lly I.ltd Jorn JI'lisifil bidln ll > llullliia I 'I line ot untie Ono hour ami tldrt } live minute1 ! ) Uuiplro Curcornn ( illllllM 1'OStpOIIIMl. ST. I'AUI , Minn. , May 5 St , Padl-Tolcdo game postponed on account of rain MINXKVVOI.IS , Minn. , Mny 5 Minnoapo lls-Columbus gamu postponed ; lain. STATI : I.IA : ( : Flattfitnoiitli I.osus the 1 lilrd Hard I'ought ( luinii t llonir. PI.ATTSMOUTII , Neb , May 5 [ Special Tele gram to I'm : ULK J A very small crowd today saw ono of the best ball game over played hero. A bank of clouds threatening rain kept the attendance 'way down. It was anybody's game until the last half of the ninth inning , when Shanot scored for Ilo-st ings on un error of Porrlno. Pinttsmouth's onlv rain was a homo run drive by Green in the third inning. The brilliant Holding and batting of Kennedy and the line Holding work ofboth , teams were thu special features. Per rlno And Packard both pitched line gan.es. Maupin and Chllds caught finely. Score : llnstliiRS o I 0 0 U 0 0 0 1 2 I'liUtsmoutl 0 01000000 1 Kurncd runs : lliistlii'-fi. 2 ; I'lattsinoutli 1. It.iso hits : flustlnps. 8 ; I'lattsinoutli. 0 Er rors : Huntings , J ; I'lattsmonth , a. Umpire Urourl. Took Tun Ilitril InnhiKi. FIIKMONI , Nob. , May 5. [ Special Telegram to Tin. Bti.J The game between the Grand Island loam nnd the local club , playoa this- afternoon , ivus pronounced by several sala ried exports to have been the finest oxhibl tion over scon In the city. Manager Baker put a now man in the box , Wilding , recently from Kansas. Ho was a Ilttlo wild , but ho had the spued of the celebrated cyclones oi his native stato. lie pitched the game through and won It. The features of the giima wore Dowman's work at llrst nnd his two bagger In the ninth , and Manager Kourko's line for talking back to the umpire , In tbo ninth the score stood 2 to 2. The next Inning 1'iemont crossed the rubber , Bhut out the visitors and won the day. Score : I'romont 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 .I lirutid Island . . . . 00000 JI 000 0 2 Ilattorlus : 1'rcmont , Wlldlnit and Graver : Grand Island , Holler und K'oefe. Itaso hits : 1 romont , 5 Grand Island , .1. Struct , out : \\lldlnc , 0 ; Iloirer , 8 Errors : Fremont , j ; Grand Island , Knrnuil runs : Fremont. 1. Time : Ono hour aim forty minutes I'mpliu : l'u Hin or. l.lllLOlll I.OhlW lit llOlllO. LINCOLN , Neb , May 5. [ Special Telegram to I'np. Hii' : . | The llrst State league pameof the season was plajod hcio tills afternoon between Lincoln and Beatrice. Tto vlslturb won the game by superior balling In the fourth inning. Score : Lincoln 2 lleiitrke 0 0 1 4 1 0 0 2 S llaso hits : Lincoln , 4 ; Iloitrlco , 8 Two- base hits : Tayloi , Holmes , lluullh in ' . ' . It it- tcrles : llopp. I'undcr and Tear : Kclin.-ei und Jonos. Umpire : Hurt NATION. ! ! * I. llinton nnil l.ouUtlllo Iliivo uUioit htniK- tlu lor u liiinii' . Louisvntr , Ky. , May 5 , IJostou won n Rieat victory over Louisville today. It was the best gnmu played huro this season. Mockln and Stlvotts both pitched great ball , the former having n Ilttlo the host of It. Tom Ilro.vn mndu two of iho finest assists over seen In LouUvlllu. Weather fair. Attendance - tendance , 4iiTU. Score ; Louisville . . . . 0 0 1 0 0 o 0 0 I S Huston . . . . J Hits : LoiiUvlllo , (1 ( ; Itoslon. IV , Krniri ; Lou- Isvlllo. 4 ; Ililston , ,1. i : trued runs : llnston , I. Ilatterlcb : Muo'ln and lirlm ; HtUutts und Unnznl. ltu > nionil Sliinvs Up 11 VVInni'r. PlTTSiiuiK ) , Pn. , May B Timely hitting by the homo team nnd oirors by the Phillies gave victory to the Plltsburg team. Kay- mend pUjed third base and Charles Kuriol loft Held , whore ho will bu kept from now on. Attendance , 1,700. Score : IMtlsburg U 'J i ! 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 riillndulPhla. . . . 2 mm ; I'ltUlmrz. H ; IMillndelphla , t , Krrors : I'ittsburA 2 ; I'hlla-loliihlii ' , 4 Karned runs : j'lttahurn , I : IMilliidolphlu , 1. Hitterlus : lluldnlu und Muok ; ( Jitibuy and OlumiinU Ntltliur Almlti nn iirnr : , CiF.vil.AM > , O. , May 5 , The game today was a remarkably great ono , both clubs hit ting hard nnd playing without nn error. Owing to tbo cold , rulny weather , the at tendance was very small , Score : Olovollllld.i. U 1 \VllshlllKtotl * 2 Hits ; Cleveland , 6 ; Washington. 4. Kiiriiod niiii ; Qlovnlund , 1. llixttorle.v Uuppy und O'Connor ; KUlon and MuUnliu. Lout It on l.iioK. ST. Louis , Mo. , May 5. St Louis outplayed New Vork today , but luck of the most gi gantic sort was with Kvvlng's men und they won on a homo run drlvo of Tlernnn'a in the sovouth. Both the pitchers did vvnll. At- lendanccS,1KX , ) . Score : Ht. Louis. , , , 112000000-1 Now > -ork > . . i o i i o o j o * -a JlIU : Hu I.onU , 8 : Now Vork , 7 , Hirer * ; St. Louli.li Now Vork , 3. l.'arned runs : M. toulu , 'Ji Now Vnrk , 4. llatturlea : Dwyer aud Bird ; King und llojlo. Uiuplru Hun to Tnko ThU. CI.SCIX.VATI , O , , May -Uuipiro , baerldan ftuslsted bv the poor plnylng of the Hods lost today's gniio | for Cincinnati , Cincinnati tied the score in the sixth with no ono out , but was unable to score more runs and Brooklyn won out In the seventh. Warm. Attendance 2,000. Score ; Olnolnnntl 000004000-4 Ilrooklyn . . . . 00301020' 0 lilts ! Olnclnnntl , ft ; Krooklyn , 0 Krrorv fJnclnnnli , n , Kurno.l runs. Cincinnati , n. lltittorlcs : McQIll and .Murphy ; Inks und I ) ily. Sntnl It } Itiiln. CHICAGO , 111. , May 5 Tbo Chicago-Haiti- more gniro for today was postponed on ac count ot rain. ( liiinos Toduy. National league ! Hoston nt Clnclnrntl ; , nrooklvn nt St. Louis. Now York nt Chi rntro , Phllndolphla nt Louisxllle , Baltimore nl Cleveland , Washington nl Plltsburg. There nro \Vestern league games today. Mllll'tltlU * lvnn u Clt 'lulodo llnston . llrnoklyn l.oulfirilla ritlnburK .Now Vork Clncliinnll 1 rpmont ItontrU u SIT.II > KIM. . Tnlrnt I'lniU Svvii-l Soluco lit Niishvlllc. NASIHIII.K , Tonn , May 5. A beautiful ilny , with Just enough wind to temper the rays of the sun , and n goou program caused the Inrgest nttcndnnro of the meeting nt West Side park this nftetnoon , The tnlonl fniod extremely well , four fnvot lies nnd ono muchly-backed second choice carrying off the money. Tno Ivy Leaf staHcs brought out n Held of ten l-j ! onr-olds. Urown's entry , Hod llniinur nnd Itnvdc-e , were mndo favoilto Hod Banner hud an easy victory. Track vv as vury fast. 1'lrst r ice , sollln ? , six fiirlons , ton starters : 1'oxh ill ( S to 1) ) won , I'uklr ( , l to 1) ) second , Lndy Itl.iekburnd'i to 1) ) third. Time : 1:10 : bucotul rnco , selllnu' , nillo.ind one-sl\tcentli , cUht st irturs l'oivcr ( H to II won , tilundlvo ( il in li second , Itohln Hood (15 ( to 1) ) third. Time1 lV ) Tlilrd rnco. handicap swcopstiiLt-s. nine fur- lon..s. fo.ir sturtors : Van/nut ( J'i ' to H won , biillioss CJ'i tull second , Goodb > o ( l'i to li thlid. Time : llVi. : I ourth lucu , Ivy Loaf slikcs , 2-vuir-old Illllcs. four fiii-lon.'s. ten slurteis : ftud llnn- nn r won. Uneon Cnld (10 ( tu I ) aucond , Isalo Un ( IMo 1) ) third. Time : 'iOi , . I'lftli race , nlnc-slxtuenths of a mile , eL'ht htuilers. Itovenuu ( llo 1) ) won Goodwood ( Jtu 1) ) second , Ivoko ( I to I ) third. Time : .IT1 * . hi Mb rice. Milling , si Y furloiws. I en suiters Klndora U' ' , to II won. Knot ! In U | li to 1) ) sue- out ) , lion Ton ( H to 1) ) third Time : 1.1WJ Aloliu'H Gri-ut Klin lit M. Louis. ST. LOIK Mo , Mny 5 The wcnthor was perfccl for racing and n ciovvd ot about 5,000 poisons fjalhnrod at the fair grounds to wit ness the sporl. The track was good nnd the belling vor.v brisk , ruvoiitos won the lirsl two events , the others being lauded by mo- dlum outsidcis. Alohn picked 1-3 pounds nnd ran six nnd n half fuilongs In the last race lu l.Jlli , which is within threo-fouiths of a second of the record held by Uuraldino with clght-lHo pounds up 1'iist rice , fiullliiz , six furloiiL's , tun sturturs.eke : Hardy (2 ( to 1) ) won , Defendant ( lu to 1) ) second , Prance ( S to 1) ) third. Tlmo : I-II. f-ocond r.u o.i-jo ir-olni , four und one-half furlonsH , staitars : llljouon , Lil.uhinil ( l'i to 1) ) second , llurvlne. ( f > to 1) ) third. Tlmo.r > ' ) Thlid race , solllne. seven furloius : Top Sawvcrl ( ) to 1) ) won , Mav " H irdy ( llo 1) ) second , M iry buo 0 to 1) ) third Time : 1 : W'4. Fourth rice , six furloius , nine starters : ' tt.rmp 1'ox ( IJ lo 1) ) won by a half lonzlli. Minnie CeeiT to M second , L J. Knight id to 1) ) thlid. TimeM ( > ' , . Fifth riiLc , selllni : , seven fiiMon s seven starters : Jim Murphy (1 ( to 1) ) and ( Jirlo ( III to Dritiiu di id ho it , tor first pi ice. 'lu\as Girl ( S toll third Tlmu : I.U'4. ; In thu run-olT Aintphy won br three loiiKths 'J'lmo : I'll'j. blxlh r ico. liundlcari. H'X ' and a half fu r- lon s , nine siartcig' GlocKncr w is llrst oil , but Alnh i p issud him buforo they h.id raced a fuilong and was novur afterwards he.uled , winning In hollow style by three lengths , Ktliul Oriy second und Goncial Murin nliiKo third. Tln.u : Ju'liJ. liven .Split at l.itxliicton. Lr.xtSOTov , Ky. , Mny5 The woatbor was perfect for racing , Iho truck very fast , the lictds good arid finishes nearly all exciting. Lindsay was fined 51oU for disobedience at tbo post. First race , selling , tincc quartets of n mils , three it irturs : M ijoi Pom ( J to I ) won , Vision ( " > to 1) ) second , Lou Dudley (10 ( to II third. Time : llu : Second race , selling , one mlle , four starters : Mlle 1,1 to 1) ) wo , llovotl (15 ( to 1) ) second , Uri- vlll(3 third. ' 1 Imo : 1:4. : ' Tlilrd i ice , McGnth slikes , for 2-yaar-old Illlles , hilf milt * , three starters : Doer Foot (11 ( to 1) ) , won. Halcyon C > to I ) , setoiul , Lolllo ( * > to I ) , third. Time : 41HS Fourth race , llftuun-slxtoonth of a mile , four htartcrs , 1 arad ly ( i ) to 1) ) . won , 1'rincu of UinKness ( li to I ) , second , Foiward (1 ( to 1) ) , third. Tlmu : IMI'/j ' Firth i.ice , selling , llvu-nlzliths of u mlle : Henry Vouiul ( to I ) , won , ( jucon of lllonded ( uvon ) , second , Huatlllc thud Time : 1:01' : , . Going at < i iltti-nlinrj , ' . GuTTr.Miuiio , N. .1. , May 5. The track was In good condition today and there was a largo attendance : 1 list raco. five fnrlon/s : Oanlenn won , Kriliena hecund , Huadllxhl third. Time : 1:0i. : . beeoml rrce. six nnd one-half furlongs : Allan T. won. Qiicon of Turnips second , Hot ) Arthur third. Time. liSJ , 'I hird rnce , five furlong ! ) : Sorvltor won , 111 inclio Bccoud , Cold Stream third : Tlmu : 1:01. : Fourth rie , one inllu : H ulgu won. I'1.51111 sciond. .Mohican third , Tlmu : ! ) . " ; . I Ifth race , four und onu-li ilf tin longs : lo- rui''o won. Uncertainty M.coml , Oiu on third. Tlmu : B5h. f-lxih nice , sovcn furlonus : Cfulcco won , Ilnrry &ucond , CunlHiir ihiid Tlmu : I.i0'i. : ivi'illent Spurt at llrnillll s , WASHINGTON , D. C. , May fi Thoie was a fairly good attendance at the Uennlngs course today. The weather was perfect , the track fusl und thu racing interesting. First rue , ono mile : Vurdoo won. Or WI1- cox second , Mahot It. I'oii'.eroy llilid. Time : 1:4(1. ( Second lacn , h lit mllo- All Knight won , Jlmmv Lrmlcy second , lilt , third. Tlmu.D' : . ' , 'llilid rate , six furlonirs : 11 ilhrlg un won. Hardy Fox sucuinl , KnlcUniick Filly thlid. Tumi : 1:10. Fourth race , six fiulon H : F.inlilom won , Nul.illo S soioml , llully lloo thlid. 'J'liim : I r > Fifth race , hurdle , oiiu mllu nnd u half : r.a trio won , I'utUakluy HUCOIIU , Kulnrn tnlid. Time : . ' .5 , ' . Tip * lor 'I oduj. Hero are some , very likely chances for Iho races named today : M.XIM1TOV , 1 , Itottlpi-Sitlvutloii. L' . Hulter bkulttir-IJiiailllln : L lluuk McUiinn lee .Mtirnhy. 4. Tliu Kulsor-llob L . Fay b II ids > u U Oillu Ulonn Llcdoikran/ N VHIIV II.I.K. 1. MUs UIMIX Llttlo lliiuK. \ ! Fiii-on o lloniulls U. Thu lieapur Intel lor , 4. hprin.-Hwuy Ainorleiui L idy. D OMll llll utlOu. in. ) hr.vitus or SI-OKT. NoUon .MliKt ( io , ClilCAno , 111. , Muy 5. The final session of the board of appenU of llio American Trot ting association was held today. The famous Nulson ciiJo Was settled , The case H that of C. II. Nelson of WutorvJIlo , Mo. , and the bay hosu : , Nelson , application being nude for tulubiutemeut from the penally of expul sion. The application was ueuiod. Hub VVcntlnl.il , ! oln Omiiliu , Bob Wesilako , the old Jililwuulieo catcher , has boon ij < n.qdjj \ ProIdantVilllums , uud assigned to Omaha. Ho Joins the loam at Chicago tills morning und will catch In one of the Toledo gumes. Lust season Wcstluko caugbl yountr Dai by ou iho coast und ranked third among tbo catchers of tire North Paclllo league , _ Onmlm tiun ( Hub . Meeting , The Omaha Qun club will bold a special meeting Saturday evening at Cross1 gun store for ihu purpose of mapping out a pro gram 'or the season's regular shoots ; iilso to eoloct teams to shoot in iho state tournament at Oraml Island next weoic. A practice shoot will be hold on the new ground * uoarUeucon Place baturday afternoon. WILL TRUSTJIIE BISHOPS [ CONTINtBn FIIOM FIIIST nn nudlonco nearly approaching in slo thnt of Tuesday night filled tha bed ; of ttio hall nnil sprand out through llio galleries \vlicn Htshop Warren cnllod the nwomblngo to order An Impression scorned to have pone out that the two spoikors of the evening , Dr. Leonard nnd Or. Kjnott , wnroto ongigo In a ilobnto on the third party question , us It was known that the former ' "AS a radlct.1 third puny mini , whereas Dr. Kyiictt , thoiiKh n stnuncli' prohibitionist , still thought tbo republican party good enough to tlo to Hut those uho had expected to boar a rattier warm debate wcro disappointed , n both spenkors touched lightlv nn tholr points of difference , though Dr. Leonard did not tnll to glvo the cold water patty n boost , wlillo lr ICnctt intimated thnt education through tcinparanco societies among the young people In avury church wns the only pi.ictlwil wny of over securing the long hoped fo" end Hov. .T. Hownmn Young leu in prayer , after the atnulng of "America" by the milli on co , nnd Bishop Warren then called on Mr Frank Odell for n song Mr. OQoll gave the audience a rytbmicnl llltlo stoi.v of u brewer nnd n Sunday school in in who both voted nliko on emotion dnv , thouL-h the latter prayed against the snioon the biltmco of the year. Tlio question was. If the dovll got the orowor whin would become of the Sunday school mitn. Mr OiU'll sang sonic moio while a colloo tion wns being lukon. Dr , A U. Leonard of Now Yorlc was In troduced as the llrst speaker. No License Lumber I'tcd. " 'It can never bo legalised without sin,1 wns the Uovnoto given to us bv our bishops In ls > < , in rjfurrlng to the liquor tralllc , " began the speaker. "This v cur they have given us nnoihor keynote They s ly , 'Tho snloon Is nn unmixed evil , lall nf dlibollsm. ' TUo saloon may stand as ttio roptosonlalivo of the liquor tralilc. Thcro Is no Rood In It It is full nf dlabnllsm. Tnnt Is simply a bishop's way of snying n hard thing ! In plain English that mo-ins that thu saloon Is tull of the dovll. fAnion , " j oiled an appro- clntlvo brother J The Mothodlst ship Is not a IILOIISO Institution. Thoto is not an inch of license lumber In U. Thoto Is some Ilccnso cnrjjo on board , however , but not In the strueiuro of the ship itself. Wo uro not going to follow the udvlco of tl.o Volco , however - ever , nnd pull out of tbo church bocanso they nro thetoV'o prouoso to sot out the mouinurs' bench and convert the ortlug ones. " Several sections were read from the church discipline ) touching the prohibition question , among them a clause providing for oxpelllng from the cliurch any ono who persisted in renting property for the saloon business or balng In any way Indirrctlj connected with the tinfllc. "Now , then , is the cliurch justified in tnk- inir this coursof [ 'Yes,1 replied a couple of voices. ] Tlio sulooninon themselves aslt for laws to rosttlct them atid hedge tliom about. \ ou don't hear nny other class of business men asking to bo licensed or hedged about. Tlio license men nro self-convicted. No po litical party dnrcs to put in Us platform a plunk dcclurinc it to bo in favor of the sale of liquor. No legislative body has over Diissod a bill declared to bo In luvorof fostcr- inu thnt tralllc The holding is always a lie. Il claims lo bo for Ihu leslrtclton of the ti.rfllunnd this legislation Is the main bul- \\iuk of the trafllc in this country today. lie's Down on Drliiluni ; . "Now I want to lalso a few questions. Can a man bo n dilnk dealer and , a Chris tian I livery saloon is a devil's nicotine house. Mho doiier violates the command ments ovoiy day. Ho has false gods. Ho wo-ships Haven us nnd Gnmbrlnus Drink Inspuos piofanltv. The liquor dealer will nol respect the Sundav law. but tiamplos it under his feet. What brines such heart aches to father and mother as this accursed babul The saloonkeeper is In thu Hilling business himself , and ho makes rnuideroM of his patrons. HU victim ] number 75.00J a \oar. 'Tho liquor traftlc tires in human beings the most unholy pnsslons. The liquor dealer is a tbicl and brines bis victim to the vcr o of starvation and u > drlvon to stealing. 1 have moro respect for a highway robber than for a saloonkeeper. The saloonkeeper Is n perjurer. Ho will bribe legislators nnd juiors. A rum seller can't offer OHO word of the Loid's prayer dovotlonallv expecting that it will bo answered. Nov. 1 want to put a vote How tnnny of jou think a man can bo a liquor dealer and a Christian i" A couple of old ladles who mlsundoistood the question taisci ! thuir hands. "Not one. How many of you ao uot think sol" sol"Fully a third of the audience raised tholr hands , and the speaker professed intense satisfaction. Ho "then proceeded to argue that a saloonkeeper couldn't bo a good citi zen , and after that , that anyoao who favored the lun'.vU/atiori of the liquor tralllo could bo noitner a true Christian nor a good citi/on. Ho eulogized the Women's Christian Totn- poranco union as the grandest organisation next to the chinch on top of earth. "W'u temperance people do an immense amount of ballooning , " concluded tha doctor. 'These saloonmen nro excellent politicians , and thov tell us to eo ahead and pioach lom- peiance and they will llx up the tickets so that all wo need to do is to go down election day and vote ana ihon go back and balloon for another 3l/i days. " Dr. Leonard had become so interested in his subject and had used his volco HO unspar ingly that at the end of an hour it failed nl- inoit completely , and he gave way to the next speaker. diarrhea All In Lino. Uishop Wniron then introduced Dr. A. J. Kyuett of Philadelphia. Dr. Kynotl began by OL < aor3iucr the remarks of the previous speaker as applied to the evils of Inletnpor- anco and the position of the Methodise chinch on the question. The gieat judlca- tutes of all Chustlan churuhos had spoken \vith nearly equal emphasis on the subject. Thcro was no question of difference on the cardinal points. Tha great question wns in what manner something waste to b.s accomplished. The Chilstlan pcoplo hud been so divided In their opinions that they had been completely in the power of coi inpt political manipulators. The preat , point was to coma together and tnko hold of the problem as they found It. The general conference should loltciatn and Intensify tha principles enunciated in the Episcopal ml- iliess. It should Invite pcoplo ot every class and denomination to join \\lth thorn and form n society to work together in the iittetostof tcmporaiKO and for the suppression of thu saloon. "Tho Koman Catholic church Is wniking up on this question , " declined the speaker , " 1'hoy are beginning to realise that no ono has moro Interest than themselves In the suppression of this great evil. Aichblshop Ireland of Minnesota I hope they will make him a caidlnal is with us on this question , and I hope that it will not bo long bolero the Catholics will bo lighting the battles of tem perance side by slue with us. " A number of instances wore specified whcro organized effort had accomplished wondeiful results ugninst the liquor trulllc. The same thing could bo done In Omaha or anywhere olsu. \\li ) llu IK u Id'piililU mi. "I have patience , " continued the speaker , "with those earnest Chiistinn men vvho get alsgunled with the slowness of the old parties in taking up this honor question. If > ou think you can do icoio effec tive work , Brother Leonard , by formIng - Ing a i separate political pnily , whv go ahead. 1 believe In the republican party because It saved the Hag In its hour of peril. I bollovo In it for the work It has done for universal suffrage and for temper- nnco in loua , Maine and Kansas. " The audience grow enthusiastic as the apuaUer waimea up with his subject ana every sciltonco was followed by applause. Dr. Kynott closed by exhorting tumperanco people to join bunds upon the liquor quuatfon and political parties would couio to tholr standard _ 1'LAOKS AN'U MHN' iVAXnjfC ! THIMI. boiiio of tliu Soft llortln the , Coiiluiomo Will HlMII to ( illll Ollt. A good deal of ecclesiastical politics Is beginning - ginning to coma to the suiface in the Moth- udUt conforouco. There are numerous im portant places to bo filled by conference elec tion or appointment , and of course tnoro are plenty of candidate ! for all of them. Mho editorial chair of luo Central Chris tian Advooato , which was raaJo vacant last fall by the death of Dr. fry , la attracting the attention of half a dozen aspirants. The position commands a salary of about fJ,500 nor annum , and is of course u position of honor and Influence us well. Tbo gentlemen who have been uiontloaoii prominently lot that portion nflTTDr. JesseHotfm n Yoanp of Kansas ( . 'Itv , Dr. U. P. Crelchton of the Nebraska Woilayin unlvowlty. Hov. O. P. Smith of louni nlid Hnv. A. K. Deans of Omaha. Dr. Uovvm&n S'ounc aoomx to bo In the lead thus far , but what the chnnros maybe bo cannot bo predicted , It Is cnnorallv.concodod that thcro will bo no chance In thd'o'dltorahlp of the Christian Advocate of Now York City Dr. ,1 M. Buckley will no doubt continue to hold that position. Ho is recognized as an able mnn for the place onti this understood that ho Is willing to continuant the head of the chief pupcr of the church. Dr David H. Mooro. who has for n tlmo been editor o ( lYto'YVh.storn Christian Advo cate at Cincinnati , will probably bo retained in thnt position , Hov. Arthur Udw.inh , D.D. , of Chicago will in nil probability bo ro elected as the editor of the ivorlhwoitorn Christian Advo cate published at Chicago. In the case of the California Christian Ad vacate there sooins to bu some grounds for expecting n clmngo. Ur. Hcnjamln I-1 Crary is the editor ami has been for some year * , but ho Is growing old and Is oxtromolr donf. On account of his Intlrmitv some of the brethren think thnt ho should stop aside nnd lot younger nnd stronger hands tnko hold Some of the other desirable jobs within the gift of the conference nro the nocrotar.vsblps of the mlssionnrv societies und the olllco of publisher , having In charge tha immense in terest of the Cincinnati and Now York pub lishing houses operated by the church. At present Messrs Hunt nnd Laton are tha pub Ushers In ehaigo of the > ow York concern und ttioy nro very likely to continue In that position so far as any surface Indications are concerned at least. Cranston nnd btouo nio the publishers In charge of the Publishing house at Cincinnati ana liuvo branches of the same concern at Chicago and St Louis. It Is understood that there nio sovctnl piominent ministers look ing with wistful 01 os toward the positions hold by Cranston and Stowo. Dr. Cianatou Is n candtdntu for the episcopacy nnd If ho should succeed In seeming tha election that would lenvu n vacancy in the publishing house. Ono of the men most llitelv to innko astiong run for this position appears to bo Ur. Mnxlleld of Onmhn Dr. Maxllold , it is said , would not be averse to taking either llio position held by Dr. Cranston or Dr. Stouo just so ho gets into the publishing houso. The three mlsslonniv secrotntlos nro Chap lain McCabe , Ur. Pock and Ur. A. H. Leon ard. Dr. Perk would not complain It the conference should elect him to tha epis copacy , In fact ho Is looking In the direction , it Is said , vorv anxiously. If he should suc ceed In this eflortho will gladlv leave n snug ilttlo place In thu oDlco ho now holds for Eomeono olsu. Dr. Palmer of Now York , the confetonco commissioner would not object to the appointment as. missionary secretary His friends are urging his claims to this place \\Hli ti uood deal of earnestness. Dr. T. V. Ncoly ot Philadelphia is a candidate for the episcopal/ SOIMUS to have n num ber of voiy ardent and influential pushers at his back. Ho is a gentleman of unques tioned ability , and vv111 doubtless na\o a strongsuppoit when the time for electing additional bishop * arrives , if indeed the coufcicnco decides to elect any this time. WOHl.N AMI Two Toplcx tliil Ulll Ciiusu I.lttly Oolnitc In the C'linfcliiu r. The biggest light that piomiscs to occupy the attention of the conference u 111 hoover the admission of women delegates to the ann - n u til and general conferences of the church. Thn so called \v4iUqr sex have strong advo cates both mnouii the minlstcriil ; and lay aclegalcs , but there Is also violent ppno si tion to the mo\i * , nnd the prospects at thu present tlmo do pot indicate that there will oo anv soprano voices in MotLodlst confer ences forjoars to uome. 'Ihoomcn follta ana tholr fi lends aio doing a vast deal of lobbying and missionary work , how over , and when It Jlnnll ) comoi to n test there Is no tolling which way tbo majority of tbo votes will go. Theie is also likely to bo a Ilttlo difference of opinion on the prohibition question , not as to prohibition ilsclf , but as to the position the chinch uill take In polltlis regarding the liquor trnfhc. Four years ago the general cor.foienco dp- clared unequlvocalh tor the third paitybldo of the house , but ( ho indications now nro that the body \\otv't do It over again thU year. The reading of the rcnoit of the bishops was an oje-oronor in this respect , and when the sections touching politics and thu liquor traltlo xvora road there was n general racing of ovcbions and many a dele gatonudged bisncigliborsuggosiivelv. There uas no diioct rofeienco to prohibition in pull- tics , the wording of tbo report being as fol lows : "Wohold with unabated tenacity to the oft repeated statement that total abstinence is the only safety for the individual and that complete legal prohibition of the traftlc. Is the ureont duty of the state. * * * With re gard to politics , the attitude of our church Is strenuously nonpailisan and noiibec- tional. It acknowledges no allegiance to uny political creed or association' " Thu readlngof the latter clause was greeted with tumultuous appluuso and after udjoura- mcnt many a dclceato congratulated a friend on the nnprobalillty ol tLo third party folks gottlng the conference commlttod to their kunport. Dr. Leonard of CiticinnattI , who uas the piohibition candidalo for governor of Ohio , is ono of the loaders on thnt subject , and as ho Is chaiimanof the cominittoo on temperance the icpoit of that cominittoo will bo anx iously awaited Dy many of the delegates. Oidinnrilv the heavy work of thu con ference would not bo ln until about the 20th of the month , after the new oftlcera had been elected , but the resolu tion adopted today , calling for u rcpott on thu 10th lost , as to ttm advisability of elect ing more bishops , may anticipate some of the lively work that would not otherwise coma until later In the session. Moro ItlHliops to Ho Chosen. There Is a strong undercurrent in favor ot electing four muio bishops , iraklng the total number twenty-two. 'Jho btirraco feeling , houovor , is nvnlnst increasing tbo number nl tins conloicncc. These who ttsplto to a bishop's seal are , of course , in favor of such an election , and their friends nio endeavoring to show thnt the interests ol the church do maud a few moro bishops. Dr. Payne uf Now York Is willing to bo thus honored , nnd has been for the last four i/ononil confer ences. Prof. Uphaui of the Drew Theologi cal Hcniinary of Boston luu been in a .similar state of mind for the past ton ycais. 'Iho sontimcnt In favor of the various candi dates changes from day to day. The west ern men \\oio In favor of Dr. Cranston of Cincinnati \\hon they came , but ho scorns to have lost n Ilttlo of his following. Ur. Peek of Now York Is nnothct aspirant. Dr. Harlzcll of Cincinnati , secretary of the rreedmen's Aid society , is pulllnc the wires hard , but as yet don't ' KCUIII to have aroused a very maikcd degree of enthusiasm , Thu caudldatci. irHl all labor ham with the committee on opUropucy and await their 10 poit will , much Interest. I'lcm lilu > jtiitlio I'ti'iiclirrx. A luiiro , lieuHhyJpoKlni : crank with a blolo under lib arm , ei ng the name of A. C. demons , took up'u position on Capitol ave nue near riftccnllT 1i bout 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon and begat ) to harangue the people as they cumu out ( if imposition halt. Ho said hocnmo.iUl thovny from Ohio to preach to llio MuTipdit [ ) > tH , but for some rea son they uould autJislun to him. llo hud buen sent of liod.no , uald , to preach the gos pel to all nations ' "Ho thought the Mothodlst prcaoheis neededHiis advice noout us much ii ! > any body , butv tltoy failed to appreciate him. The street jjralor was collecting quite a rrowd on the supnt when a pollco ollico stepped up und tola mm to move en , WRECKEMMSTORM ftONTINLJJII IIIOM nif > r 1'lflC. ] cast of Kort MndUon and the wreck , and the wires were down for niiloa The oastbaund Denver ox press which followed tbo trans continental express altomptod to run around the wicck on the ICookuk \ Woitorn bunch ot the Hurllngton , out was stoppo-1 by a landslide n few miles out of Kcokulc. HNo trulns have arrived in Chicago on the Atchlson since thu Kansas City local came In ut bn. ui , today. This tinln cro > soj the fatal tr-'itlo about r > . ! ! J p in. vVodnajday. No trahu were sent out toduy , but it ii ox - period to gut the Hue open tomorrow. Tint Ilrntli Itoll. LKAVi'xuoiiTH , Knn. , May 5. Krank T. Lynch , propilotorand editor of thoStandard , died at 5 o'clock this evening from heart failure , suporlnducod by pnoumonia. FIFER NAMEDJN THE FIRST , Mi ruoM rni9T mnn. I vcntlon then proceeded to the nomination of n congrcssmnn-at-Iarro. The candidates were General .1 C Caul well , Kdwflrd ( Jroor , editor of the Wlnlleld Courier ; ox-Attorney lloncral Hrndford and o\-Go\ornor Anthony All the plans of the opposition to Mr. An thony went awry , and on the third ballot ho was nominated bv n ol majority litRilM Nominated l > ) Ac < Imitation , While n committee were looking for An thony to escort him to thu hull n delegate nominated ox-Senator Ingnlls as dcloirnto-at- larro to the national convention. With the mention of Mr. ItignlU' unmo the convention went wild \\lth onlhuslnsm. The nomlnn tion was seconded by nearly every delegate on the floor. Kmntlj out of the confusion ono delegate wns heard to move that the nomination bo made by acclamation nnd the motion was carried with n cheer Then Mr. Anthony made his npwoaraiico nnd delivered nn nptiroprltito apeccli , The selection of other members of the Minneapo lis delegation was then proceeded .vitli , nnd resulted in the uloctlon of C. C. James ( col- oiod ) of Lnwronco , Calvin Wood of Km * porla. L A. Hipgcr of Hu'chlnson , Hd C. Llttlo of Abllono and A H. Kills of IJelolt , Iho electoral ticket was mmlo ill ) ns fol lows : William Hnmllton of Toppka ; Kudolph UatlloM of Wichita and D. W Kinit of Wclr City. Hamilton Is a locomotive engineer. A resolution wns adopted instiuctlng the delegates to the Minna ipolls convention not to vote for any man for national commltteo- mnn who now holds a frdotal position , l < v'oiigro ( suian Potcts wns designated to succeed Cv Lulind , against whom the ics- olutlon was aimed , ns a member of the republican national committee. Lclnud Is internal i atomic collector. The convention then adjouincd , Harrison' * Ailtiiliilstritlon Warmly Kn. ilnrscil lli'liiKiilus I ninstiiu trd. Mit.WAturr , Wls. , May -Tho topub- lican.stito coiuontion mot here this after noon. Ogden ti. rotheis of Jnnosvlllc , temporary chiirm.tn , inudo a brief but brilliant add loss , tha convention cheating heartily when ho said : "As every inch n man nnd our model picstdont , Benjamin Hnirlson.1 W'ucn ho spoke of "That fore most man lu the world , to whom gees out now , as nlwa.vs , Iho great heart of the repub lican party , James O. Hlnino , " there was a moment's hush , and then the hall resounded with wild hurrahing , renewed again and again. After the anoo'inlmont of committees tint on icsolutions mudo a icpott of which the following Is a summary : Sumiimi } of thu IMiitrorin. It unqualifiedly endorses the administra tion uf President Hamson ns "stione , of- llcient , patriotic and exceptionally fieo from scandal ami wnstofnlnoss , " and moeoods to outline and npptovc the acts of the adminis tration in detail , commenting especially on the superb tact , cncigy ai.d dignity with which it 1ms conducted oui foiolcn lelatlons nnd mlvanccd the btandaid of Amoiicaii diiilomncy and compelled thu respect and ad miration of the world , und hi mentioning Secretary ( tusk , savs : 'Wo acknowledge with pride and pleasure the eminently successful administration of the Department ot Agriculture by our dis- tiiihUi hcd fellow citi/on , Hon. Jeremiah Ku-k. " The platfdim thou endorses the tarift leg islation of the Kifty-llist congress , denounces the "narrow pirsnnouj" ol the piosent dcmociatlc congress ns miscalled economy nnd says : ' 'Wnilo wo favor iho use of both gold and silver as money metals under con ditions which shall guarantee their circula tion at continuing and substantial parity with each o'hor , under existing ciicum- stances wo nro unalterably opposed to the fico and unlimited coinage of silver. " The movement foi an International sil"or confer ence is commended and n modification of thu silver art of 1VJO , so as to enable the presi dent to regulate silver putchusos , is recom mended. VVhilo the ndmlr-isliaUon ol Harrison Is stiont'ly endorsed , no mention is madn of in structing the delegates for him. The educationni issue of IMIO is declared peimanontly settled and the Dodge law de nounced as a most objectionable fonn of parental legislitlon. The platform concludes with a loferoncoto the scirymandor as a suuico for congratulation. Crcotud ultli Clifors , Cheers greeted the portions of the plat form roferr Ing to President Haruson nnd to Secretory Husk. At the end of the protection paragraph Chairman Fothor called for a "Ugur , " and norovnl beast of India over staitled a circus with n more loriillc response than lollowed. Tbo anti silver coinage and fico ballot aud fair count planks were well received Duiing the rending of the school law plank mncy o.vcs could bo seen scanning cvorv quarter of the hull as If half expecting tha't surprise of some sort might bo smuug b > o\- Ciovernor Hoard's friends or by'othors Iden- tiliod with the celebrated lionnott enactment. Not n peep of objection wns heard , how over , nnd when the last word of the plank was spoken the applaueO showed the committee had struck a pitch that would bu taken by thu convention as a whole. Thu adoption of the platform , which followed quickly , was by acclamation and inuda unanimous by Cuairmnn Fothers. who had econ Install d as permanent presiding ofllcor. A sudden chill was cow given the conven tion. In th'inder tone Delegate Burr Snrnguc , with an ominous looking typewritten written resolution in hand , demanded "re cognition , and It was thought that after all the s ( heel ghost would not down and that De-legate Sprague proposed to so demon strate. Ho was warned by the chairman that it the resolution related to any mutter touched upon in the platlorm it would cot bo load without llrst f/oing to u committee. The feeling of relief was evident when as- suinnco was given by Sprague tint nothing coutiOi'ersal need bu apprehended. Thoiu solution proved to bo .simply in thu nature of instructions to minor conventions to send full iccords to the sliilu central committee. It was adopted Insluntur. Ill I ijiilr4- ) it-l. irio ClioMdi. The first throe dolosatos-at-lnigo , the convention at this point nccoidcd the honor of election bv acclamation Homy C. Palnoof Milwaukee ; thu retiring chair man of the stnlo central committee ; ex- United State" senator John C. Snooner of Hudson and General Lucius C. rmichila of Madison. Tor the fourth plnco there was a lively contest between U. II. Pother of Jnncsvllla nnd Congressman Isuan Stenhenson nf Mar qnotto. A c.uulidnU ) also took a hand in thu poison of H. C. Smith of OutagamlcHallot - Ing resulted In a victory for Stoplioiisoii by the nnirow pluinlUv of four voles. Mather of bpart.i , John Ituka of Koaco- bj | . KooortMi'Mlllauof Oshkosb , and H.'IJ Smith of Otitacamle were unanimously elected nltornatos-at-liirgu. The action of Senator Vllns In peisonnlly nominating .vostenlay in the democratic ) stale convention a prominent Milwaukee German to head the list of presidential elec tors was now neatly paralleled for the lopuri- Means by Henry C. Paine He eulogized Jchn PlltlalT of Milwaukee. The latter , amid grout enthusiasm , was accepted ti.v ac clamation to lead the roll of republican piosi- dcntlnl electors of Wisconsin. Air. Pritluff Is u prominent Lutheran , Judge Ole Larson of Pulk county had no opposition as second clector-at-iorce. H. C , 'ihom of Madison was suirifestod by Mr. Pnina us the Inttci's successor In the chairmanship uf the state central committee. A , J. Turner of Pot lago , It had beun said , woulu be a atrong rival of Thoic , but appar ently was hldotiacltcd In advance , for Thorn's iiiuno vvai the only one that cot a hearing. President ! il iio : < lor < Clioion. The following electors were chosen : Mnr tin Hobltibon. H. U Miller. K W. Coon. E , \ \ . Hawkos , Samuel W. Kico , J. I\ liruah , Gcotgc Fitch , 1 L. Gtlboit , Will iam H. Hutton , Kruvaril \Vinchostor \ of Clarke , JciomoG. Coo. The ordinary delegates and alteinatos to the national convention hud ull been selected in homo conventions hold prior to to Jay's ox- cepi In the Fourth , 1'Ifill and Tenth con gressional districts. Tha Tenth district convention was annduucoa to bo hold at Superior , The representatives of the Fourth and Fifth districts moot hoio simultaneously v. 1th the ituto convention und selected the follow ing gentlemen to goto Minneapolis : Fourth Toridinand Kuockhofer and A. 1C. Smith of Milwaukee ; alternates , Captain Irvin Doun aud William Grutt , Milwaukee , Fifth Tiiorons H. Illnckstonu of Shebciypnn , Hnino rink of MtlvviiiiKco ; nltornntis , Dr. W. A. Jones \Vaukushn anil .1. M. Lncont of Washington. After n pooch by Mr. Spoonor the con von- tion adjourned _ MINMXITA ItKI'I'lll.lt'A.SS. Tlu-y llovlow Thplr rhulces mill Knilona I'rrslilriil lliirrl < on. Sr Ptt'i , Minn. , May o The lopubllcnn state convention for the selection of dele- Kates to the national convention was hold here today Chairman Joel Ho'itwoloof the stnta cominltteo called Iho convention to order. Ho spoke of the coming uunipiljn us ono of certain success , on nccount of the fact that the party is jwrfcctty united. Senator Davis was mndo tomporarv chair man , The mention of the name of lUxino eiusod hearty applause. After the appointment of n committee on ro < oltitiotM n recess wns taken until this afternoon. When llio convention rcassemiUod at " o'clock the tcmpoiaiy organlritlon was made permanent aud the platform adopted. Drcl trillions ol tliu I'lntrorni , U declares thnt the republicans of Minnesota seta renew tho'r declaration in the bslini of the pilnclplos oi tbo republican pirtv , In protection to ; American labor , Amor- lean industries Mid American homos ; In such reciprocal Undo with the nations of the wet Id as will cnlaigo the maricots for the pioduclsof Americin laimi nnd factories without Increasing the competition which tends to destroy home markets and dogiudo American labor ; In nn honest dollar , worth llll ) cents whatever the sun shines ; in abundant cuiioucv biscd on gold niul silver , nnd In such legislation ns will look tonanli an international agreement to llx a st.iplo ratio t'otwcen tl.o inntioy metals , in a free billet and honest count ; In njust recognition of thu claims of thu Ameri can soldicis mil sallois The resolutions commend the 'nnators and representatives for their labors In 'tohalf of the improvement of Iho waterwavs to the sei and for their efforts to samite such legis lation ai will protect ft am operations of the svstem whorubv food value Is at the moicy of gambleis. and concludes ns follows " \Vu heartily onuor o the wise and stains- manlike administration of Henjainln Har- lison. It bus cour..gcou ly uphold the nation's honor nnd dignity at homo and abioad. It has promoted peace and prospoilty in every section ot the union , It has maintained our credit. It has widened the Influence of our ideas nnd Institutions It has boon broadlv patriotic , a government for the whole people. During this administration every Amoilcnn oitlron , however humble , ha bcen protected , whoievor ho maj have been , by the flag of America , uphold bv tha strong nuns of Benjamin Himlson and James G. HluYue. ' , ( .insnl KnlliltsillMli. The roadlrg was greeted with cheers nnd the lesolutions unanimously adopted. An additional icsolution , deprecating deal ings In futtues and options and requesting senators and loruesentntivus In congiesslo tiso tholr bust endeavor to sicuio the passage of the Wnshbuin-Hatch anti-untlon bill now ] ) oiiding incongtoss so that tliu supply and demand in ly once more duicrmino the vn'uo ' of fnim pioducts. The resolution also endorsed dorsod the course of W. U. Washburn In re gaid to such legislation. Tlio tcsoltitiou caused considerable excite ment , but when it subsided il w s adopted w ith a cheer. The following delegates were chosen totlm Minneapolis convention. Stanfoid Newell , ovGoveinoi J. S. Pillsbutv , Hon. Prank D Daugbrrty unit Hon. Prank A. Diy. After the selection of alternates and the electors al-largo. u resolution was ui.ini- mously ndnptod ondoismg the reappolnt- mont of Hobort C. llvans as nuionnl com ii'itteemau from Minnesota. Evans responded sponded appropriately , und moved it ns the sense of tuo convention that Senator Cush- nian 1C. Davis should succeed himself in tl.o United States Senate. At this the delegates wont wild'with enthusiasm 'Iho motion wns llnallv adopted br using vote and thrco uhccis for UITVIS He was \isibly affected und for some little tnno could not recover himself to lolurn thanks which ho did biielly. After a speech by William Henry Uustls , the convention adjourned I.Ini iiln Not a c inilldatc. Nrw YoitK.Mny 5 Charles Umory Smith , minister to Kussia , who , while in London , hod along talk with Minister Lincoln , today was asked by n reporter what of Kooort Lin coln as a prosidonti.il crudidatc. Said Mr. Smith : " .Mi. Lincoln is cortuinlv not a candidate , and ho will not bo. Mr. Hnirlson , I predict , writ have no serious opposition in the con vention. " Politics lii Indian T < nlrory. Tisciii-MiN70 , I. f. , May 5. Kobert Harris has been nominated for governor of the Chicka aw nation and U'illiam Keiup for at torney general. Hams represents the 13vrd administintion now in power. Ho Is u half arced and his nomination docs net meat favor with the full bloods. Harris will be opposed bv Jones Wolf , a distinguished full blood Cbickasaw. , ) i > ri ) Simpson .Iitlillnnt. Xi.vv Yoiti > , Mav 5 Congroasman .leny Simpson , according to n Washington dis patch , sajs ho is delighted with iho nous from the meeting of the alliance presidents in Birmingham , Ala. Ho expressed surpiiso that they ull ivieed to support the third party ticket and thinks it will bo almost cci- tulu to tutovv the election into tha house. .Mar , ) land Insti in IN lei linn Uiin. rmnii inciv , ll , Muy 5. Tno state ronub- llcan convention yesterday adopted resolu tions endorsing Harrison's administration , the tecinioeitv Instituted by Mr Blninii unit HID McKmloy bill anil against fico coinage. The delegates were Instructea for Harrison. Called u I'ncipln'n ( oiixuiitIon. JUKSON.V iii.r , Fin. , May 5 Tno people's paity executive commlttoo has called a state convention ut Ocala , Juno 1 , the same day Iho democratic convention is to bo held a't Tamp i , and delegates to the former will bo cliic-lly alllanca men. I'lilltUiil Spilln. Arkansas piohlbitioiilsts uru in sossloir at Little Uock. The Uelawaro lapubllcin state convention convened jostu-day Hhodo Island republicans elected delegates to the Minneapolis convciition yo toiday. The delegates pu iinlnstiuutnd. The dcmocra'.lo state convention of Ver mont was convened at M-jntpeller ) oituidnv. Pioceodfngs opened \\lth a hitler light. At their state convention i o-.tnrd.rv the re publican ! ) of Viiglnlu giuw cnthuslaslie at the mention of Hurrlson's niimo. und It wits BOIIIO minutes before tliu clicuiing censed. Gunoral Muhonu called the convention lo order. West. Virginia republicans at ttiolr state convention jcstoiduy ondoisod Piosidunt Harrison nnd his ndmlnistratinn , the posi tion of the republican party on Iho tuiiiT nnd currency und the nets of the Pifiv-lltst con- LTrcs8 Tha adopted platform U u model of patiiotisin nnd icnubllcanlsm , C. H. Unit of the Wheeling Inlolliguncor , Thomas U ] J-iv H.John HovMtt and John A. Hutuhlnson woio chosen aolo atos nt-largo utrri'i'i. hiiuill Ili'crcinii lur l.ustVni'k lucre. isn In , Minn , iMay ,1 The North- wustern Miller sa > s theiu was another small decrease in llio 1'onr output laal vvoeir , The aggregate pioductlon for the week wus ! " < , . 410 ; bauels , against 181,51.1 barrels tliu previous week , and I'.Ti.lUJ baitois for the uirrospundlug week In 1WI. ThouBrh the dcnund for Hour thu past vvock 1ms boon only modnrato the cui rent nmnufuc- ttiro of patents was promptly sold. The do mestic demand is mil ) modoaito. IMcos shew a trilln further shrinkage. Thcio Is still BOiiiu call foi patent from abroad , but the bids are very low. HaUuih still ding und cannot bo kept deal ed up Low grades are not in much hotter demand than hikers. The ulicct oxpom lust week vvuro W ( ITU burred - rod , uguliibt D.l.y.VJ oairels for the puicedlng week. Cliirliumti Rupliunil liy I'lijNlrliinn. CINCINNATI , O , May fi Four hundred physicians are here attending the furt- sevoiub annual mcoting of the Ohio SUto Medical society , Panor * Wtfro lead by Ur. Ij. II , Tuckonnun of Cleveland , Ur , J P. Unkor of Flndluy. Ur. HUco of .Marion aud Dr , J. U Uoyluu , WATER , WATER EVEimVIIERi ; Sections of Illinois , Iowa , Nebraska in 1 South Dakota Flooded VALUABLE PROPERTY WASHED AWAY Itnllrond Itrldcrs C.irrlcd Out , 'loini in iniilttrd , mill nil linniriMp Anioiinl of Dxiuign Done l.lchtiilng'H I iilnl UorU ill limitrlru storm \oloi. OTTVVVA , III. , May .1. Tlio most dosiru Ivo and alarming flood in the lustoit > f this city visited this locality last night. Lylnc at Ihuronlltionco of the Illinois ami Pox riven , the greatest fears oxpotlon oa are from the audiloii Use of one or the o'tuir of the ilvors causing the less tuibtiiont stream to back up nnd llojcl the valley Ivmt ; along Its course. Yostoul ry nil danger um thought to have I'assnd. Last night's slur n tonk them unawaios and caught man ) n- dents of Marseilles , Ottawn , La Salle an t PoiiiHlumbcilngin poacefulcontentnnd wtitMi their verv doors was n inglng llnnd In "Oliltown , ' M iisvlllos. u small bridge nti ( SH Gun c i cole lodged nl the mouth of n ctilven nnd , blocking tha current , biclc'd the w not up and Hooded tliu cntlie district Man\ iiiutow escapes were hid In thu flights f i safety to the uplands , but no Io3s of life w is cntnlled ' 1 lie volume of vvntor from thu bluffs n > rth ol the city continued to Inciouso until all ih , < lowlands in thu leildcnce nnd manul u i n Ins disliict-s , ono and one-half miles long a i i from ano-fourlh to one tnllu wide , wns u I il > bmiill bridges wuio carried nwa > , culvnts torn out and railroad tracks were waslu I out , nnd connection with the outer woild is cut olT to the south ns far ns Slre.ator P'm rain was lncu > sanl until fi o'clock Hits morn Ing Thu mannfactuilni : district , where me In- cnted the glass w oiks , was the worst sufferer foror ft mil the llooil. The Chappelo C'hini nov Woiks , uffoi\3l ( the inigest Individual toss , which cannot bu estimated , but bus resulted In the shutdown of fuc- tones until the full season. There is n washout about IOU feet in leiicth utio mile west of the city on the Hock Island , another ono .I.K . ) foot In extent two miles west , n'ld ouuIDII feet lit length at Twin Bltitis , three miles west. Hulwcon there nnd L i S rile nnd La bnllo and Cieneseo all communlu I'ion is shutolT by washouts of Hacks , cnlveils and small bridges. The lowest oUlmuto put upon the tlmo ncccssniy to roimr bndgus and restoioltnlHo Is twontv four houis. Tlio Indianapolis , Vlnconno * & Northern has a serious wash out near Tonka , therobv cutting olT ttio lull service which connects tnu four largest cities in L i hallo county , and which lias hoiutoloro bean piossed into service. The main business street uf Puiu is inun dated Merchants and resldouts were suil denU atoused In tliu nlglu to find the Hood invadinjj tholr stores and homes. Duilng the alletiioon the water has been recodlnir rapidlv at Ottawa , but there is lie noticeable changes at La S illo und Peru. IN NIMIKSICA AMI IOU A. Killed l > > l.l hlnlni : N < > nr ItiMitrli o Iliinv ItrlilKOS li stio > i > il. Uiriucr , Neb , May 5. ( Special Tele- cram to Tin-1 Bi B.J A ioung farmer named Lelbcimunn uas killed by llgliining lust ovoniug near his home , live miles uoithe.ibt of thiscitj. Iluvvus returning homo from i pasture leading a cow at the tlmo A heavy rain was fulling. 1'ho cow was unhurt. Ha was struck In thu righl In-east and Ihu elec tric fluid loft a liv Ul Hack diagonally ucioas his bodII" leaves a wife of tluue monlhs DtNiuit. Xob , Muy 5 [ bpociil tu Tin- Bii.J Tl.o lams of last niirlit did much dam.ice In this section WiUon croelc ovor- llowed its hums in a number of places So- eial largo wash outs occurrud ou Llio B , t M. , which will delay trains for some time. A laige number of wagon bridges will need to bu rebuilt , Ibe piles being vv.uhed out Ni mi vkCm , Neb , Muy . " > ibpacial to Tin UFI..J The heavrost rain in voars fell In this section last night , il.u uvlnlall bulng over two inches. All of the bridges through- oul thu county , at well us the roads , were wusl ed outNo iralns on any ol the roads have leit or armed here since midnight last night. All of the streams throughout thu county were out of their b ttucs and the damage ago to farms cannot be estimated. Thu largo dam nl Murton'a lake went out and the mil lions of llsh therein wciit into the river. No lives wcru lost as far as cin bo loirncd LKVBNI'OUT , lu. , Miy 5 [ Special Tclo- giam loTiiL Uur. | Ham felllicreln toironts through much of last night und thu local sircuns are oveilloucd and the duinagu of preceding Hoods has been re ) > oatcd. The IJock Island did not get a truln Into Divm poit fioin iho cast till the close of the day , the washouts between noie nnd Chicago preventing - venting movement. The passenger * fiom Ihu west luid over hero nnd local trnins vvo-o mndu up here to accommodate westbound passongots Other rouds hnvo suffered some. J ho Cedar rlvoi in Iho vicinilvof Mocovv , oiv the nnin line of the Uock Island , nnd Colutu bus Junction , on llio soulhvvest line , is on , i tear , coveiing low lands. Small sticams liuvo donu much damigu nmont ; the farms. Kields nre gcnuinlly submerged and planling nud sowing Is out of the question , bo far rallioad bridges on line * oiiierlnir hero stand Hi inly and are closely watched. LL'-K , \V'jo , Muy 5 ( Spocinl to Tun UKP.J The btorm which comnionced hero last bundny still continues. About four Inches of snow on the level full on Monday. The sun shone for a tlmo justoidaj and In a llltlo while nil ttnccs of the sloim disap peared , leaving the growing main nnd grass in line condition. This morning thn wind is Item Iho east a.id th3 ground N iisMlii iov- orud with mcltinu' snow to iho ilepih of thioii or four inches The f.irmcia are well plt'iisud with the prospects of good crops , Imt tun Into storms hnvo bcun veiy dostrucllvu to ( angu stock , pirticulnilj 3 oung calves. OLI mi us S. UMu > .1 ( special to'Inn BIT ' A dainptiiiovv has bcun falling most of the ilnv but metis soon , luavini : the snr- fncuhlnshv. Ovei tlueo inches of snuw lay on tnu ground vouoiday moinlnir , which mulled bt'foto noon , and about two Inches thin moining. Thu proclmtnllon forAnril w.n uL-lit and Illty-six ono huniliciuiii inches , with u good sturt , foi thu month. Mem of the bcodlng was ilonu In inlr suason , und is now up and iluing nicelv III s M ( iNrIn < , Ma , -Continuous i.ilns In Iowa for thu lust wock h wo icsultod in high water nnd inum ilumago to lailiouls Twelve miles of the Dos Moiiies , " * Iviuuas ( Itv load boUvoon thH cit > and C.iinosvillu uio'washml inviiv The Diugoi-nl's trnins ni j lib indoiiod and iho Itocit Islnnd fust trains uiuliildnff forslinllui reasons. Ji ) m ( jiii , la , Mav r , Uui Ing an oluctrlo stoim tonititit Mis .lacob Sclioonbnigur was killed by lightning whilu sitting ( it a win now. Slfirm-sni'pt IlllnnU. Gu I'sni ltd , III , Muy 5 A huivy rnln prevailed vailed hero all night , flooding all the ntiearns oi this county , npuon liver Is two miles wide in plnies , and much damnuo has boon done lo the < roj.s throughout this tcctiun Ceiiat 1'oilt , vvhloli tuns Ihroui'h this otv , Is hlgliur than it his been for veais Al in v dwellings aiosubn.uixed. and llio .Snuta l'u tiuuk is undurminud. HiioU factouci are thieutencd with total IMS. OppiiMid to ( li < land , CBIMII Hvi'iiH. In. Mny 5 ( bncclal 'Jolo- gram to Tun Bi.i'I Homy Walluco of Hie Iowa Hornuslcnd of Uc-s Moineiwas in tliu city today on his way homo from Atlanta , tin. , whuio ho has been attending tbo annual convention of the bcotch-Irlshuhjiociullon. When asked ns to the tiond of pjlitics In the sou in Mr Wallace said "Thoro I * consider- uUleoppoiition 10 tnonomination of CJovolunu for president , not nncausu ho li not iwpular or that ho U norsonulLv dUllkcd. but bBctuno the south bclloviM that thu cxli-piifio * ot ppl itics duinand bomo otlur noinlnou. i bu prill- olii.il oniioiltion to Cluvelmid uomos from thu fiirineri ulilancu men on account of tm silver " VIU1V * M ( iniiir Arrivul . At Philadelphia J'hu lllinoU , from Ant- "AUJaltimoru-Tho Memphln , Trout Lon don. don.At Southampton Tlio Columbian , from New York. At Now York The Caxton und thoHogur anui , from Km Janeiro ; the 1'rlnz WU' hulm , fiom Aniitcrdaui.