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   World (Newspaper) - May 28, 1879, New York, New York                                NEW YORK MAY 1870 TEEMS ONE DOLL MS A TAFT Oil WHICH WAY WILL THK RKVUULICAN CAT IN THE OHIO tONVKNTION T AUK THE ISSUES KAISUD BY IIAYKS TO BK OK IH TO BE TAKES UI1 May cnnvcnatlcn with the today lie Buld to iliu corre spondent of TriE that lie was not techno very nuicli Interest In tlic result of 1ho Ohio convention whicli inoula tomorrow at Ho nalcl tlmt the contest between llio Paft and was BO friendly tlmt It ecmhi hardly ho called a contest at Ilo UiouutM either nmn would lio entirely smistuciory In Ihc UepublirmiH at InSliilo anil At I lie nriieHUon of jour correspondent tliat perhaps after nil Secretary Sherman would to reconsider his determination not to accept a nomination aud help the convention ut UK tlio Prcsl ilcnt emlled and mild tlru he tiurdty thought II might lie necessary were the con test u more exciting but OB It Is not there would lio nn occasion for the Secretary to littvc his present The Prisllent la evi dently Hint tlio Administra tion will be tin nominee of lomorrowi This Is what makes the gathering ap jiiar to Mini unexciting and tonioT me rsiatcniramit Itin Metropolitan Life In iiiraiKe Compunv to recover the ffiitn of with interest and The mimmonH wai nerved yen tcnhiy and tins was Hindu tlie Tnere arc elgltttTii oilier companies Interested In this New 1nlon Mutrutl National of Norlh United Musmicliuiitw Naltnnal oT tlvo rimed Slate Mtinal and Mow Knsland The lions of fact and the points of laiy being determined in one piiit nil the others will be ficlllcd In addition to senator HOTOC Conkhnir the execu tors of Ciioncl Pwleht hnvo retained llrnrv of und Ashbel pi New The Kqiillublc paid up Its policy on the au A TALK WITH THE jus CASSAdXACSllKADYSWOKI OF Till Muy hus been one of urea uctivily in Ihe Hepulihcau ranks hero und oue of no llltlennxltly tothu the Bccm us much Interested In the result ot to duys work of preparation for tomorrows coutesi as do the Hepnbllcuiis All day the Ito tundu and hccond Hour of the Jibson the lieudqiiuitcrs ol the huvo been crowdeJ al most lo and the amount of ivork Hint Is doing iBBOiuUhiug Probably no contest of this kind has ever been In ilns State the of inovo gcniial anxiety and discussion among al To night the Indications are more favorable in Taft than they weru laBt Tho Taft people liuvo just eaucusHcd and are eutUiwlastlc over the claiming nofi for their candidate on tho llrst The convention is to consiBt of dele aud as but 2V8 uro necessary to a tliey thus claim to have twentyseven more voles on the Ilrst Imllot tliun uro necessary to a this claim must be taken with u eonslder degree ot und there are many who believe thul thu Tuft men will llnd their ruuks very much depleted when they come luo The Foster men keep up a bold Irout and nooli pooh tho Tail talk of a nomination on the ilrst but 1 have as yet failed to llnd any of Ihein who will give a definite figure to Fosters follow It la that many of the Tuft men aro wavcilug und tlmt many of them are trading off for minor oillccs lor men In tlielr own There wae a temporary Foster boom tills ami it was uBHcrtcd that the Cleve land which hud been largely claimed for was deserting him that the liimllton County delegation wus not so strong as was BUppoBed and tliut tho Montgomery County members were breaking Tlie seems now to Imve died down and things aro looking more fuvorublo than beforu to those who nee through Taft t Cenerul Uarlleld has accompanied by aov cral leaser Congressional but thus far has been no development of any new move Ihat may bo umde by the Administration Still It would not be surprising to llnd everything changed before Ihe convention assembles An announcement in lomorrow mornings papers that ftherniau would accept tho nomination would change the whole said a prominent Jtcpuollcan member of the Hamilton County deio gution and un uctivo Foster mini to mo uu hour If tho papers should announce tomorrow that fihcrnmn would l0 per of the conven tion would vote for mm on llio first coming from a Foster Is and It Is liy no nicuus certain tlnil tlio possible programme outlined In my despatches ot lust night may yet bo curried out by tho Administration to announce Sherman when they find I Iml to be the only way to beat The fndloat ions aro that If Bbernmii persists In Taft will uo tho It In stated tonight that Foster has said to several of III confidential frlcnda tlmt should he fall to get the first place he for tho sako of struugthon ntlio accept the n active party la working for Louis of Una for second plaeo provided Foster Is Judge of Lawrence 1 Appears to lead as candidate for Judge of the aud John of a prominent cundniato lor of Clark Is confidently us candidate for Auditor ol tno The platform will declare tho United states a Batlon and not a and realllrm tne of tho Republican party aud Its past condemn the extra session of Congress us and arraign tho titato Legislature for W alleged disregard of tho popular vote on niuulcl jtl j 18 SHERMAN HEADY TO RULE OR ItlIN May Nearly twothirds ol tho del Cfuioi to the Cincinnati Convention passed ilnoiigu tkc city luttt night uutl There haa not Boomed rkc be a very wide diversity of opinion as to who will It Is generally claimed tlmt exAt iiincyacneral Tatt will lio the of Ifto eightyeight counties have been luslructod IIH M their tint Of these thirty have been ttfttructed tor Tatt and fourteen for The delegations other two countlca aro dl between Sherman and other iawuUble but tho general drift of tide la lu favor of and nuiess some Usury change taken place within tho next Mgntcon houri Tatt will bo nominated on the ilrst JFoHeia frlenda In this city concede and to defeat the ticket by the aame mouus I by Uenural Jleatty two y Julc it conced i ia almost a the conceded that Tufts uomlni the whole Hold la likely to lined by tho uoilvo candidacy of Secretary A s rlvato despatch from Cincinnati r asaerla that Sherman will reach that ight and will formally declare himself a tolor That would disconcert nt and Sherman would be ttuodttluioit by f Luther onu of the ablest i uollltolona In this Bald Slicrmauu illou waa party if Slier i aald tho tissue comes to tue front aud ahula out tho uwie now existing between Con id tlie Preeldent and makes vle Tho iiepnbllcan party cannot I to light upon the Kauo railed In tho tntu veto While I agree with Ihe lacue they ratio mult be kept In the back i and Jolin Bhermana candidacy will do ling with several other Itepublioaiu I found niineut enterUUnefi even among tho friends and All upon na entry In tho field II lie clues i will bo nominated if not It will be lOItlIICOMlNCi VKTO MKSHACIK TO 111 TO DONOKKSS TO May PrcBldent lold your correspondent thin evening tint he would not send in his veto inespuge but probably would pcml It on Ho said there wns nothing new In The ground of hlsoppnEltlon lo the lu trilerenco witu Federal authorities In tholr con trol over Ieeerul leclions had tieen very fully staled In his two former flio coming mctrage win he about twotulnlsas long as veto An attempt will be made tomorrow to hrcnk tho deadlock In he morning hour bv un amitidiiicnl of Ihe The Itcpuhllcans Uneaten lo keep the pending hill In the miming hour bv filibustering I nnlesMiic Democrats will permit It lo ho committed lo iho Judiciary Committee or lo the Committee of the Whole for exti ndci There is u icFolntion offered by Hpi providing lor nn imiciilmcnl of the rules In respect 10 tin appropriation It Is proposed by ihe Committee on Itulcs to substitute for this a rule providing after a bill has occupied three mottling liourn It shall go on the ralriidar lo lie eon fcldi rcil in Ihe Commlitce of the This will put the jiinliiifr measure In precisely the position in which the Leptiblh nns suy tliey want The Democratic Joint caucus cuiumltcc liad a very long meeting H lusted from s to and fpeeclies were made by almost every oue Ilic nun of the House InsUted that Congress Rhoud not adjourn until Ihe Warner bill was paseu and signed or vetoed ny the Presl The especially olijeelcd to this nnd to any consideration of thu bill at Mils Speeches were made by sena tors lleprescnlatlve Kwmg and the chicl point of discussion blng the sil ver A linlc discussion wns held us to whether Ihe Northern or Southern Congressmen should lead lu the coming No conclusion was and ihe appropriation bills were not dis Another meeting was appointed for next w TIU CIVIL sicnvici m KIIODK May the petl tlons from lihode Island cxfoldlcrs presented to the Senate today by McDonald was u letter fiom Ircvn to the President In whicli he refers to a conversation with thu who requested liim ui turmoil tin fuels regarding the icmoval from oillce of former The removals from tlie CuMomllouBn he In dliul vlolatun of the stulutcB und a aimed al civllhcivice Irecu HUVH that HiimturH Anthony und Iturnslde were appealed to for but they refused lo the latter saying to tat honortd citizen Tin Governor aud myself do not intend to Interfere at this end of The piuees iniido vuciiut by the discharge of the soldiers at d Bailors were Illled wllh ono exception byeivll three of yvhom uro kinsmen of Senator Others are threatened with cjsiTfmir HIR A Hay of the atrangeit t remarkable cures that tho people of iolera i ever wltueaaed was that which took place ired baptlKlug In tlila city on Sunday after Daring the evening candldatoa one of whom waa a doaf aud dumb llurwell about twentyone who Ig quite highly living bla schooling at the college for tho deaf In Attar being baptized clatuig Uenry Glllleld Baptist Church lu Hill tue from Iho water cured of hla and gave vent to bin by a luity when he waa again token TO lav that the ineotatora were amuzed would but B oonitoinAtlou waa onoiituuea at the miraculous cure which waa to rKITKHY VOULS IN Till CIlAMItHli OF DKIlTIKS 11V A SIU lAllNIVP SKNT TO SOITU ArillCATIin noNAPAKTKWYSK CAN IN May In tue Chamber ol HepiitHM Paul do speaking upon a motion for authorization to prosecute used language which led to a dispute with Oambetto and 1ndcr secretary n Ilic Ministry of llaudry dAsson having abruptly interfered was culled to order and after ward tormully de CaMngnui demandcil nn pxppinntlon from Oolilet of tho epithet disgraceful which ioblct had applied lo Ids Ioblct exolamed mat he had no Intention of UMiltlng de The upon u fuller and concluded ivnh u He wus called to ami Intli wurds chose seconds for u Vllli AND DEATH IN May ilcpaieh to the from i Itcilln fins Sophie Von and u male a niomi plico were condemned at Klcir on the to be iliot for belonging to an HlriMl furtdng piiBhpotta aud uitemptlng to kill members of Ihe i Mav has been a panic ut SaniHra in consequence of placards an nouncing that the town would be burned on ihe of The Fire llrlgude paraded the KIWIS 1 all but there was no Peters burg police hove been rclulnrced by May stolyplni 1m ordi red a si inch for Klhillsts who are reported to tie working among the ItiiHsiun tioops In Alav liundrcd and ciehlyslx hotixi s in a village In the Coveriiniiiit of 1 m have been The susptcicd liiccndnirirs have been Mav tle fourteen Nihlllsu iviio wereconnmartialled here on ihe Including Ilerr u Prussian IHVe lolieBliot and ten ol hem have M need to various terms of penal Among tlie laItT weie three womi n wno uero seu tcnccii to iiiiecn years Two women were ay Tlic Merlin reports ihu fkinulc Nihilists will soon be executed in May suspected peramn I cm arrehted here but ihey liuvt not IHMI Among their elfccts the several bottles of eonceii Tdlid pvroxy1 chemhiil poniardi and several iorgcd Tinancient ceremonies wen1 carried out 10 the lelii in the motDlng th r rv irtrd from IIH headquarterami priviio to the ittc Blept being witl The lnisliKss of the rooming mnslstxid In the cauciis nominations of lair a connniltee to sort an I ciiint the lusivlt An ttiiii took place until t the Invcrnnr m Iho in terim hnldim n reception at Ins residence whch ntlrudrd by the members of the oitleers of the and inn otlnr disilnunlslied This ultiiiumn tlie follovMng miiied oillecrs were dtelnrid flicni for the ensuing year m of Alii it il Itovldencc Soerc of of i Snyles JcnTiil Ireas Smniifil of The aiAniB then Irum the tinlcony made the cvistoiuuvy eintlni to the assemblage ns follows lake noticeiinit Charles Van Xandt hnx IMCII Inled Cuplinnrienenii und Command In Chief il llio Stile ot Mind and Providence Plan tue Sate of Kliodo Islunil aud Ilovldtnce Ihen followed tie UHinil purauiin Mlmh trie Inltril trooiis from Aitntns anil lociii mllilary took TIIK IlWKiHT M001IV Till WCIIIK OF Muy twentythird he first biennial lutcrnalonal Convention of the cliruitlanl AsMieiniloni of Hiu Uniteil Slates and Provinces asecmiled al Association Hall this Thu nllccrs reported us Hlldtll A DATE FOIt May Ways uud Means Committee loduy alter diBposliiB ol several private hills further considered Representative Woods n solution relative lo llxlng u dale for tho adjourn ment of the present scfslon of Juno ID wus Ilimlly agreed upon and thu Chairman was to report the conclusion to the IKS OF COLONKli DWIOHV ike tow o a wit oamtnenoed HnpreMe Court by Aaua hLICIDK A LITTLE EARNS tlin CAIUtYINCl INK I1IIICK TWKSTYlOIJIl MILKS AND NINK HOUJiS FOll fraarlum Him Some time before tho late election James ot Clllj tho politician uud now nt real cut me und n number ot others wero discussing iho situation und tho prob ublo tlmt the adoption ot the uow constitu tion would have on liuau when George of Jackaon u remarked that Units were very nurd and tlmt ho could not get em ployment oven if no offered hie services al f 1 a Look dont he preaching about hard It tlieucwcoustltullon IB adopted uml you dont get a job 1II hire you at a What to ilo V usktd Light replied what laltv You know wlmt a brick dont yon v asked replied continued Ill give you n day to pack ouo brick from ono side of Clay street lo me nine hours a with ono hour for or you can aland still on tho corner unuhold It dining thut How long will you puy Ihc wages v uskcd Hus As long us yon cun hold wns iho The burguln w OB struck then und aud last Sunday HuBgey gave his employer notice that ho Mull In on tho following Accord ingly yesterday morning who hud accepted tho piopoiltiou to appeared on the northeast comer of Clay nnd Laikln streets with a pressed to which u handle had been fixed with und removing his which ho left In a store ou the proceeded to walk tho lino marked out by his It extended to tho oppcislw cor u dlBiiinco of Blxty Ho walked ut a sol dierly step until and then rested until 1 lu the when ho resumed his tramp uud kept It up mil 11 r At ouch end ol the course was an American Hug on which waa painted m black Dont give up the en gaged In Ins peculiar waa watched by a largo number ol persona until t At the puco whloh he kept up all day Hiunoy walked feel or 24 This Is a fraction over miles an Huasey la a native of New years of u robust well pro ttii who wulktt erect uml wllh a firm Whim ho concluded hla days labor ho wus waited upon by u Call reporter who engaged him In u con There la thla about Bald my duys work is lone und Ive fairly earned my How do you feel after your trump I feel a lit lo pain about the hips und but that will pass a Uo you propoie to continue at this I shall try It again tomorrow morning end If I get through It nil right I ahull ciu llnue and start a drum ou Gannons Tlmt kind of work IB Is It not II to lie euro but there is nothing disgrace ful about ono old lady came Into the the grocer In whoso place llusacy and wanted to Know how long that poor nmn hud been She said aho thought the police ought to tuko care of liuBsey remarked that he did not mtml tlio work HO much OB he did the remarks made about him uud the many questions All that he wants la to bu let alone and he will earn hla TIIK FHKIOHT May Tho Pennsylvania Dull road oincers say that they will place no more reli ance upon any thing lesi than a pool on eastbound The say that the company haa always been one of the drat to adhere to schedule raus and has been again and agalu Now they say that ihey will run tholr own road and make their own lutca until other trunk can agree upon a The weMbouud pool Is working all right und will aoou bo in operation from all the or aa loon UB arbitrators can get to work and fix The Pennsylvania road a pool or eastbound The oourao ot the Mow York Central haa aatlalled the man agers that tlioro IB no dependence to bo placed ou any thing A mooting will be held early lu Juno to ace what can bo dono In the Until then tho present low rates are likely to be main COHDIN May Stuws DistrictAttorney who is here u counsel lu the ou trial before Ohiel Juatlco waa bold lu ball today ut the In stance ot the AttorneyGeneral of the IB a civil suit pending aguuat him for the recovery of Tho origin of the ault la ai followa lu IMS the Htate retained Corulii to prosecute a oUtru agaluat a phoiphate uilulug eompauy for phosphate royally duo the A judgment f und Corbln paid Into tho Wtato Treasury retaining the wlueli Uo claimed aa oouniel The state wnieuta to allow him only and wlueli waa the award of a referee ua his and the present suit agaiuut him was Instituted fur Oorblu gave bond to All gf nulne Llnuld Boiler nrcpraoi of W aud are uiauntaonred only bi W Johns 8t Mtlden who OF THK ISTIIMlS May ommamler of Hie 1niied uud the French ipoke licfme the Commlllee on Teclmieni iuesUoiisut Ihe Durtrn anal tomrreJi In favor ot tlie piijeeti r a ctniil bv the wuv of M ay The Kiilicommlttee ndav pre sinled a report admitting the possibility of ilm Nlcaruirua route with while declaring itmt tin levtl canal course proposed bv SVvse un 1 Itcclus was the subject tnccrluln liiodllleu The Nicaragua route It Is COM The cost of the Wssclleclns hclieme Is climated at 1 ho inciobers of the congress had a ffrnnd bun qnet IfearAdmirul Aininen proposed a toast to Franco mid the Fiench Pro fessor Lawrence of on lnhilt or the rnlted mode a speech thanking all who took part m the THE Muy The IlRiircs ol the cslluniteH of the enmpuratlvc costs of the scveiul routes proposed lor a Bblp cunal to unite tho Atlantic und Puclllc us given In yestorday8 despatch uro probably A Purl despatch to tho htamttinl says The Mibcoiiimitico on the cost of tho work reported the Tehuuntepec project would cost ODD without Including the cost of terminal porn me Iho exelnslvo ol Indemully to Hie rullwuv eoinpinv thu sun uml the Miiiiiu Ihc xianJanli PnrlB despatch fays It appears al most certain that tno PunuiiiaABplnwuJI route will be the one selected by the Darlen Canal May Comniltteo on Wuys uud Mians of the Darlen Canal Congress proposes u truiiBlt duly of ir francs per at which rate It cMliniucB Unit the gross rcceipta of tho eunal will reach uuu per Thu committee Is opiioMd lo lovernment ustlstunco lo Iho Tlic Commercial Committee of thu congress con siders tho proposed transit duties too THIS WIlll YAKOOI1 Slay Times in a leading cdilorlal article pnyB Ureut cure has been luken nut to Imperil Yukoob Khans position by demands which might cxclle tho jealousy of his llrltum demanils uo war Kliyber and Mcchnl pasios yvhtch she annexes run through I the terrllory of Independent In the assigned dlstrlcta JCnglund will have the right to locate troops wherever Bhe collshlers It and to conarucl iiillllury The Ameer yvill act in BUboruiuatlou to the llrltlsh relatlvo to foreign relutlona uud affairs wllh the liitermcdmtu frontier A Htltlsh realdent ut Calml will foithwlth bo Tho treaty will give ireat liilluln the right to appoint Itcsldcnin ul Her Canduhar and oilier but tins right will not at present be availed A diBputuh to tho Jimen says Iho thu treaty wltti Yakoob Khan Is most Kvery political and commercial advantage tlmt the lirltibh hoped for liui been Mny principal polnti of ADgloAfuhuu treaty have ulrcitdy been nmdu In addition to these tho treaty provides tlmt henceforth there shall bo pcaoo and friendship beiwctn tho contracting parties HrltlHh sym palhlsicrs in AfgliaulMau tlmll bo ainneaiicdthu Ameer slmll be supported sgainat foreign aggres sion thul the lirlllnh licsidnnt at tlHil ahull bo provided with a proper Ihat ho shall Imvo power in dcputo UritlBli agents to tho Afghan fron fleron special and that the Ameer shall bopeimlittd tosend agcius to A telegraph llnetoCubul wilt bo Commercial ul will term t He subject of u separate convention to bo concluded for one thl K VMP if Till nf JaineH linnil nf til I of nt ui New of Incrsoil n ud u upirt on wot k among rwliotid Here me now over seventy places wiure ciiilhihin WOIK IH tionig itinong ruihoid Ihe llthl VlcrlKMlt of Hie Neyv Yoik und llmlHin lilver luilioad ilel Ihe lelierul ManiKciol Die Chleugo uiil Norhyveirteru loitd are chulrmcu of t licneiul Devcrcux tisMflid in KplHonul cneriilion venlion at Dui Cleveland owed us exemp tion lintri tinLite id Pliisiiing to ihe iniliience of ChrisJaniiv uineng rutltoiid and this In ncc was dii1 to the result of five years work by the Vounr M Clnlbiiiin Ilie rinori ul lite 1 ol Ihe receipls for 1H7S to bo leaving a biil nncc of f ioitr hundred and eighty associations ripiiii u ot Uepuiisul YOUIIR JMens Chrlsiiin iitiocialions have iieen received from Hong Kong and May the morning session of Ihe liiicriuvtimu of ihe Young Mens I liriMlini loduy lie cominliiecs on on A and on the report of the 1 LACcnilvcCoiniiiitieo uud on lleBoluilmis yycre an A on t ho best method of leaching men Ill I t Hint opened lw of Hi ihontiit ihc best mode oi rijiicli 1 mtn who are funiiil loitering ui tue slreet coint tB uiul lailtiiud dcjMits ivitii tlielr hunds In their pockets wus v gyniiiusiuins und social euterlutti uetti liiHiiig siiilit ul the uront end lo make clulFtiuns of of In Kind Hie rooms uf tho Hssociutioii were ilastcrnlnll over yylih Djnt yvear I your Dont speak too Dont put your i feit on tlio If iney would reach i young men they must lake In their Muy session of tlio Inter national Convntion uf I lie Young Mens Clinstmu tlie report of the committee on the ro port of the KMCUUVC Comnditcu of tho Intcriia I liuiiul was It recoinniend that the fliiond Sunday in Novenilier In each year lie I iimilo a day of special prtiyir for invoking tho tiletslngsur iod on the association the holding ot parlor consciences In various CIIIOH llio of a yearlook si umlilmt not lulseil fur ihu ICx eentivc to bo uacd each year m tliu vari ous IkIds of Tin coiimilicc on the Kxecntlvn Conimdteoa re port subedited lluul rcnoiumuuliiiK iiicmlirrKOf tho Inicrnullonul CoinmLee for Ihe two years Icpius Clmlr inan liiliramln Jiimes notion Willluni all of Nev York Ihe John Jleiiry Chicago llultnnore FiunK Louis Kill fell Boston Somcr James Iu Thiuiu Clrclunatil Villlam ph Tlio teport WUH The business sessions of Ihe convention close at liuon utter which rulluioiia exercises only will be held until Ihe Una adjournment on MibGcriplluns to Iho fund uinount lo over HOW IN T11T5 P1I1LA DKLPIIIA HOIHK OF UCFKCIU WAS UKIVKN TO HIS Ma of today pnlillFhcs an account of the suicide In tlie Home of llcfugoof a boy who wns only twelve years II teems thut lie was a lirlnhl and npirlud hid named Harry who onedjy last November was frmnd rrlftlng around the streets uud Ins Hiccdj cotumll mcnllothe House nt Tlie lad donned the uniform the reformatory fell us and discipline as fur as an InipuUlvo In y who hud enjoyed tin wild freedom of a direct Arabs life und after u time neeimd to be nn happy und contented ns wat pustule wilh Bitch sur He was never but munlfciUcl n fun loving disposition widen lounn an outlet iti nmny an act cf He became u favorite with the and ulthouglt or a fev minor ellcnsi s the ibBclptine ul he was never by any onu regarded as on Monday when Ihu line of bos m the division to which Ackley belonged wus made tlio luu wus found lo Iie iindiistiiicti wasut unco In the piirntionyyull In tuu colored nit lit of the lUHiiutlon u of slioes bearing Ack Icys nnniber yvus found also i nurd iliu to tue belief that tno boy lian iBenptd that ivus dis eoveicd lo he a us soon IIIUMAcliley was lound BI creted beneath a pile of llyyiti ILL unco taken and lucked up In solitary inileied lor ulicnses In the Tue c 11 In which he pliictdwus on Ihc upper or IhirdMoiy tier of me noflh The yviis desit tute of ot iiny tint even a cot or a Inlo Hie door ut wus tlull closed on llglll is itdioltleil u pieen ol eualiron ihrue icel high and about six inches closely lining Ihu uml which Is perforated by a number of holts ciich ul out a lijintli of an mcii in In Ihe tell Is o dink that cvcnwnh Ihc sunlight sin uming tigiiinst the Iron it vyould lie didl culi to lend al ihc Monday niirlit passed uud young Aeklcy suMered all ilic toiiuns winch solitury coitiiieniitd On Hie next duy he was given a illteen iiruiiiilng hpcil and lakeii 1iivK lo Ano MI n eontiuued itirouiiiout the k nllill Suturduy Ills food yvlli btead and wulir three limes a and only lime dining Ins Imprisonment he was al lowed the lull iiUUins given tile rest of On Silliililay lust lie ollldill hud eliaigeof tlie uud yvho carried linn his Imud und louk him tor hisouily IIIOLII miniKis boys siltd lor he iald to pjcase ntk the Siipennuniienitolet me out und 1 will do in Peurcc to UBU ins own Ill see but yon lire u bud and this U Hie IKSI tor you iiniil yon no And utter coming in fiom tlie bnglit Hie tmy thu do3r clnig us Ids ciiritniiiuu led him In tho Ftunl utier lojielmess profound Mlcncc ol His He hud noiiniig to nottilng lo do only the iioor upuii yvliifh to und only nlK thoiifiits to keep linn Supevniicuuerit linlkley witu Mime ot the ul u regiiliu un tlic schuylliill aiul not re turn until the As a nmitcr of pour Ackleys plieous foi release Auuut Ieuvcu made Ins lt ine edl cmvyinu wiili him tue lillle prihouerp bread and yvuier itclore leaving him alone for the Aa lie opened a siiock Ini sight met Ins i Hanging by the neck to the bars of his cell window wus tne poor deu aud Ho had been tired of waiting fur lac release iliai never and had ul lust escuped from the HOUFC of The lud had used one of his Fitspendcrs us u nnd hud put in end to his life with u dcliicrutcucss of purpose which Is uppulllng wltcu il is considered unit lie was anieic child When found liU feet vested en the his body was Bllglnly bout and In that condition the poor lad must have endined all the tortures of liy Ilinply Hliniding erect he could have suveil Ids life that he sulleved aw be lid nliuyvH how frigid lul mm have been Ihe mtnial Enlfcrlng that could Impel u boy of twelve lo such a inudu of escape from his Then has been u Coroners a verdict of tem porary und morrow tho boy Is to bit buried from the house of Ins 10T Uutou Tlie who Is u sutd bitterly to a iloyv yvus If ihoy couldnt llnd my residence curing Hurryv tliey found an quickly uiler his deatn V b win only u few hours uftcr my boys deatn tliut I wus nollled uf tils uud yet during all Iho lung six months ho WM In tho House ot Uclngo thoonlouis iney couldnt find out yvhero 1 I thought the buy was in he had been to that cdy onco before oil u vlalt lo his THK HAT AND THK May Aleko rinliu Is expcctid lo arrive here at 1 oclock Klieiul Nlolyjilno haa wrlttcu him that he will be welcomed by the cordial acclimations of tho entire A deputation of consisting ol three one Greek uud ouo will meet Ihe tiiiln in whicli me now Uovernor travels ut lleniuiiily und present him Ueneral Hlolvplues iovetnov Aleko 1anlia had announced hla Intent Ion to discard tho fox and wear tho Bulgarian but Uencrul Htolypluo yesterday received a ilespnlcli from CouMantlnnplo saying tho Hultau Inaista that the Ooveruor ahull wear me Tho tea la regarded IIB ihe enililem of tho old Turkish no the declaion Ima created excite ment K persisted lu It will make u gnut dlftercnce lu the chtiioctcr of Aleko recep though no dlbturbuuce la May 1all Unit Uuatlrt llorlm auya Prlnco tho now sover eign ol will visit Ualmorul uixt week by IJiiccn Victorias MUltDEltKD AND IHJIIIKO IN May remalna ot a aged apparently between fifty uud found burled In tlio rubbish lu the collar of a house at 4 Ktitton equate ou tho ttth Thofeatures were entirely tho arms and lega dissevered from the Hunk and the liunds und lent Quicklime had evidently bteu employed to destroy tlio There WHS a thick naahlme around the boiiea of tne Indicating that deutli Hud boon caused by uuigeoua were of the opinion that tlio body might liuve lain there many or nvou two or three It Is now believed that tliere malDB have been IdenlUled as thoao ol Miss an eccentric lady ot who at one time tempotatlly occupied lodgings a 4 icuntun aud a servant employed there at the time mimed lluiiuali Uobba was arraigned at How itreet ytatoiiiay charged with the Tlio murder waa douijilous commuted for Ihe purpose of and occuned some time In BIB C1AHNET WOLBKLBY BKNT TO THIS May it been officially announced that iineral Sir Jurnet Wolaeley lias been ap uoluud Uupioinp Mllilary and Civil Commander of tho Tranavaal and certain other dUtnoti that adjoin and are Included in the sent of It having been deemed wiao m lie proaeul emergeuey lo di vine the Cune of Good Into four Sir mafford Northuote announood tUeae ohatigemu the HOUBU of Coiimons this Sir liarlle Frero romalna aa Uovernor of Capo Col Lord lieucomlleld made tho announcement lu tho llouio ol He saw tlmt General WolKdleyB lank gave hint supreme commanduvor Lord but that Ihe country would not ba Immediately deprived of LordChelmifordaaervIoea May celebration day attending the inauguration of Governor Van Kindt and tlie ot Uei BtMe ofnoera IUM been an unu luaiiy evwytWog ptuliy off A tltlT AMOSU TIIK HAN Muy The Workingmens Convcniion will uKsembln on Juno and great prerantions nave been taken to insure the nominiillon of u ticket free from complication with oilier It Is expected mi clTurt yvlll be undo by the new constitution purty locup turo Ihe but Iho present outlook Is nnfuvorublu lo Tho ward chilis vigorously condemn tho uuw party u uiovo ment ou the part of scheming politicians to roll the woikingmen of tho fruits of their In the HiUTlor some of the workingmens eliifia buvu pronounced In of thu now and huvc calltd u couveuilon for June At present tiniiioMincnt HceuiH to liavn but u miicro follow und m tins city all efforts to clubs huveresulied In Thu light between Kearney und the us the txpiiiienl of tho new ptirly hus asiiinnod tho hll I even pOBBiblo lone and Indicates un Inoparuhle spill in ihe vote by whicli tho ninv comitilutioa was Tne Itepnbllcau Convention hus been culled for June The greutOBt confidence Is expressed In Ihe ability of tho parly to sweep tho State by a ImmlBome Tho who are in H have postponed thoir con vention lo July It Is predicted Uml uu ul lauco will he funned with thu new Tlio n uuems uo to doubt that Iho puity Wilt uiiike iioinliiullous lo mulutulu A IRHHU OUffllKAK May Underwood war 1ms again iiioken out ou tho Upper Tygart Creek lu Curler Uiva Underwood while peuuefully at wovh lu a corntUld niur liia homo on Ttiiirsduy wus hoi fiom ambush and when found by hli ehll lltotgo Ulvus wusulfo killcuin u similar uud Jesso Uii dei wood lias entered the Held iw iho uvuuitcr ot Ills fumliys It IB feared tliero will boa lurrl Me umoiini of bloodshed uud farmers lu tlmt sosilou arc luiMikm their llelclfl from fuur of the utsuslils Information haa been received from Urcuthltt toiiniv Mint Andrew Carpenter wus shot by un un known pcrBDn In iimbnsh whilo peacefully working in own and feura aro enteii nncd that tins Is hut Hie lorerunner of more WOHKX I TIIHUARVAKDIHIIKA Moy a year ugo Munon us iinhteo lor her lieorgo Piupuncdto give tho Harvard Mcdicul bcliool if ui advantagea could be olfored to women on equal terms with Tho overseers day viiitil that It Inexpedient to recommend to Iho President and fellows ot the university time tho proposal bo It wua tint her voted that the liiHiucilun of women In medicine by llio llnr vurd 1nivorslty inltH mtdlcul aohool win iiiulor Miilablo The restrictions uudersKiod lo he that women hull bo lustructo I sepuruie fiom men lu all exercises lu which lake an actlvu such aa laboratory work uud In leoiurea on womens unaiomy uud A UHUNKKN May nuuiiil and left Nlugara ifick ul mlUuiuhl tulurdly under tho Influence of liquor lo UVOBB to Iorl They quuvidied on tuu wuy and Murphy threw awn tho ours aud attempted to pitch Coyne Tho latter being Ihe atronger threw Muiphy Coyue lu the buut alone drifted out In ihe where he wan picket up Hot lutes tnut bin act waa lu und lua story la AS UNUUWUL May The burglars who entered tho residence of 1oleg Qurdmer uud neatly etrangled ner have been They prove to be a grandson ot tho old aud Ocorge a clerk lu a wholesale ding under twenty years of uud Oiinn Treatment Uaw Aw uvur luuorer want ruviW will bavaved aunuilly alrendjr ooiutuuiptlon la on HPft WHAT TIIK 1IIIINI1 IltOM ALL JTAIITKIIS lo nil WOHLH The KITO Pipe Line bill has passed the Punniyl viinla HOUBC ol AhHembly ly u Tin Italian Chamber of Depullea lias passed a bill making the peiformanee of civil inuninKu buloru Die religioua eercinoiiy The time for holding the annual convention of thu caUiohc Young Mens Natlounl liuiou In luis btcn chunged fiom June 1 to Juue New Yoik State Pharmaceutical Association favors Ihe adoption of tlie meirlc system nnd u law the business of und dispensing Sllney ft ot have arrested for setting lire to tueir More last Wednesday night In order lo obtain The Jaurnal tie Drvxtltn roaniriim the rumor tlmt CiMint Aiiiirussy has naked permission to reiigu nnd suys HmUlie limiieroiiofusud but ijiantud u three months ou the llth a Bevere nf curthtpmkc was fell ot uud on the 17th Vera was visited by a slight Noduiuugo yyus dune In either Cotton eatei pillar Imvo appeared al I wo dlllcr cnt polntB In Dallas This is ihu earliest lime m tne season ut which Ihey huvu over been known to A report lo thn PeniiBylvunla Henato from the Htitto I reusurer uliows thul Ihcro will bu u dollclt on Novuniher of over U Is pro putibd to incruuse On Monday night some unknown person llivd without proprietor of tho 1tnnsylvaiila House ui us ho wus tilling nt tuble with u a eon tnielor ou tho Wetland waa attacked In Port on Monday night by two uiusked serloiitly beaten and Uovernor Stanford denies the roporl tlmt he la ubout to icalgn tho Prealilency of the Central Pacillc Hallway on account ot 111 health lu but ter than It haa been fur Homo time Tho Now Yoik Conference Temperance Society silt lug ai Poughkoepslo discussed the use or desire of fumentcd wine at all of the argu inenta being agaluat tho uso ol such A re ceipt lor inifeinicnied wlno will bo presented to tho ut ita next Tho thud general convention of the Railroad Com niKsloucrti ot tho various Stales will convouu ut Narulogu Springs ou Tut Juuo Thu com miiiois on Uuilorm Accaunra and Itclurns uud on Hallway Tuxutlou uro expected to subnilt mtcrcBt Ing reports to tho A colored baseball nine from Tallahassee visltod to play with another colored The game nut goiug right a light lu winch ouo man wua rurally shot und another wuu so badly cut thul ho may Several others ivere aovurely blxloeu of tlio puny wore arreatod and put In Majer who with young the cashier of the Uroudwny Havings Bank of la accused of using tlio banks funds for personal lias been found where he Ima a wellmocked It Is expected IID will make tu Bulls by depositors against thu oilluetu aud dlieutora are piling Last year m tho Episcopal there were MO twenty candidaica for priests oiders and sevenlocn additions to the A apealal oommiluo waa apiioiutcd to con alder thu aiipllcnllou of a largo body of colored people for The proposition to elect au usBiHtant btHhop was Captain late master of the bark o wua uiruluuod m tho United Statea Circuit Court in Boston uu Tucadiy to uuawer uu imllclmcnt lor tho murder of James ouo of bis The jury wan lumructod to return a verdict ot not Captain Peubody waa no quilled of the same charie lu Bun Lowia aud larmora residing near quarrelled with John Lumpkina and hla two eona ubout a itluih Lewuiwaa Luiiipkinas eldest waa Inatautly uud the yOHiiucst BOU and father weru auvurely Young LewU waa fatally injured by u blow on thu head witu a The elder Lowla uurreudorcd hlm There U a aerlou block at Liverpool ID connection wiiu the American Hue cuttle Hmee titu Itth 17ii head of cattle have arrived In Al though the bukiheia are making every ellort to eom pUUilhe killing of them MM head weru awaiting slaughter yesierduy In eouaeqiieuoe ol the Insuf ficient extent of i lie swleapleblaolto leaving each canton at lib etty to revive punUlnnout or not hoi iiccurtd boih Iho coudltionu of an aggregato luajorltj aad a majority ot the CalliOllca aud Conaervallvea advocated the polutmg out wlwt they ai cerled waa Increain of lautden aljioo the death puulahmiUt waa tEUlUKAIKLi IN MOMUKAL HY A MOCK IN WHICH TUB 1 IIIKrKKNTII TOOK CliACK KEOIMKNT IKHNO HONOi CO HEIl WHAT CHAPLAIN May Thin la the annlvcr neui VkiimnH and Ihn plans for IIB celebration luvo all been undpliMMiiillv curried Wliiiiever any ocriiis in Moiilioil It Is nlntjn well eon Hie people of Montreal Imvo a luippy knufk or Biich tiilnirn The II is Infr IIH Hie case met when tlio city put on lirr I niidny rlnihcH to welcome Lord Lome nnd the Illncits but today It was royal JMCDH as In called by DID loynl of the Ilriilxi an celebration has had Its intcrcnt aiiK mrnicd hj Hie purtlclpiitum in It of llio Tlilr tcciith from and tlio vlHlt H onilnbl KRiuiUd llio people Here B4 liclnit of Inleniulioual initHiriutice Inaiiintiih as nun evi dence nl llio Komi will of Ainrrlcnna tnclr n ilns side oi the Them to rnmc tlniiK In no lint Biircly there urn low Kciillcinen In uny of the norld who would no CBleiiu u i pnvilOKe lo their lor the wiio HMH upon the Knir llfli notlilinr more sentl incnial than tindoliv lor a I irk bvinuhi the acjoMH tie horOur tlicy have linil plenty ol 11ml rnd a denl of Kentinienr in for ineasnn For Hevernl dnvii people luive hri n mini into limn inul Hie incoinliur tnilnn lo duy luivo btvn vijy Not a few of the from Hie Imted In Met It IH riKiitUnl as quite a ilcUlduy for the Soon atlr in oclock the dlfTcrrnt reglrncnta be min incruliinx lovairds FMciierN wheru the icvlcw riibm All rtwlH Innitmir iliere liiciime thionjed with iccplo and re called to mind tlie eliaracterlntles of u liny In Tim llrooUlyn reKl tnenl arrived on Ilic review crouud In nood ami the line benrlDK and Kcuunil uppiimime of Hie men cull funh much aud ttuj ivei ivtU everywitere with the in ii pioiilf niUicHii roiiniltlie iinir null uiuiin Hie iinlforni of Hie ivyiminl eMlled u nuoil of helm Hindu ufierilie In vuuue in ihu llviilsU Aimy bitme ino Jrluuaii rhiipltiin whowiiK in dink iiuiluini uml iiioiinijd on nh Hit1 oilier oiilcera IH moHt cordially lie loile II und ticctird to enjoy the us much ardor Miii nmn in tlie Tim veteraiiH who umimpnmcil the rviriinunt wero nuidu imieh ol and aiitared well pleased with lluir Tne position to tlie regl inint was tnu pluce ol henorthe centre illroctl in Iront or the The Canadian troops attntv in took tuuir pluees on the rjrht and li I of tlie Including tlio latter tlure were men on me A few imuuliK before 12 ocloek the IJovcruorClcnonUuuil the Irlucefcs c arrived escorted by llio Ottawa IHiiKoon Thelv reception was luyftl llio They wero both mounted iin splondkl thoronchlneilK lately Imported and IIP y lotU no lime in pafrtUiK down tho On to tho llnioklyn Ills ve ill Ins hat uddrcBtiUK Colouel tiald Dfllccrs ami men of tlio uallant I welcome you to Canada to honor Her MulcmyB NVo are brothem of one blouil and I am uroud to welcome you today as brothern In liocenor havltiK been iiresentud by Colonel Ilia Uxeellency aliook linn wariiilv by the Tlio vleervgul party luivliiK rotiirnud to tlio reviewing over which thu royal ntaadard a 11 ila was Then thero IVIIH a nritl In open and in close The reclmcntH ail nured for their splendid inarohlnff wuro the Thirteenth from tho Fifth Ilic Muiitriiil jiicenH own and tho Toronto anil tlio iRiul u Foot win bird to Kiiy which wan the all tliCKO lino of Iiodwonh8 eullpned all Tlie Miam lltlit next eumo Uciieral Sir Selliy cunmiun dlreetcil all the 1lie Jlrooklyu baiallion look part In tlio dofensu and their advance at doublCiiuIck was uruiuiy un IhoiuunniivrcsbeiiiB enilert tho OovernorOcn end and 1rlueeKS left ground and tlio troops marched to the Iuiico close whcru Inncli had liceii In tho ivtiiliiu colonel Aunteti ami tlio uiuuers of tlio Ihirietnlh nero cntcrialned at dluncr in tlie Hor Hotel eommandliiK and tlie officers of tlio mllltla In this tho us siiuiily WUK very laruo and tho uatniuet of tlio mont recliiiche Jenira Mir Selby Smyth The Hpeeclies wore numermiu und none of them In proposing tlio health of tUo Ilcmltm of the I nlted Htutes thu Jlanmia of Lome Bald 4 I deslio lo expresB the earnest wlsli that cornea from my heart and 1 rpeak tho renrcaomatlvo of Ilioconntij which I The wish Mliy Jod blciH HID iinwerful nation over which ho Cliiuul need the wlio replied to iliu He referred to tlio ombar runsmcnt under which Hayes had lie next tuluKiml Qenuiil urant ver uiioiiiily uud re imirkcd that he WIIB coininu buck to tlio Western aud whether lie would rixe uguln no ouo eould In concluhton he said that the United States wanted no icoro Whin Mioy waateil was lio wan destined to live us a separate commonwealth lor a thousand He concluded an elouucni evoking ureiil by expreusltiKllio klmUMt wlslicn and of Aiuericii towards ircut Urltuln uud her ou Hie Held toilay I saw and In iinswer lo 1113 Inqulnoa ho said that ihfa ociobratiou wax a uriind Ihluu and an event llio luiportancu of which no one could fully Ill In lie hoped iviulU ribuli In jiituro eulolirailoiid whloh would un doubtedly be fully Tho Biwllau lio are making lostoiy by peaceful as It aliouhi be madelOKlvo lunlro to tho histories of tuo limit I lie tliere tun bo lutlmiic but KOIXI lUisllin out it tuoao people ot llrunklyu New York are full of enthusiasm about It aud that on iliutlumi will hccomo ludctloua and uproatl alotiK tho border lino yeur utter your uaUl n will become aa reffiiliir aa tho siia KIIIB in their Tako thu for It roiinUls of men who mostly Imvo luver more tban heard of They eotilo here und nee what kind of prople you Ilioy mako your iicqnulntawio under Iliu happiest they nilimlo among get to learn your Huiiincn9 uud In vilmi kind ol people you and they to homo Iml of burulnx wlili lu tereet Hilda Uisliu to reeelvo your troopa aud uliow what kind of people ihif are at Him fur interuutloiial acquaintance will I IruBt spccil i om Hluto to Sliue iml from oiovlnee to In thin wuy oeeuBluuul frietlnn people will melt Into tlio ndlmsivo of goiidwlll ana fruterual Iliwl tUcso mter bcon ol earlier birth rauoli of tlio history of tlio iiust imd never been llieclier concluded by aduilm tlon for Moiitroul and hla belief that had a future litfore lor lio reunrded Itu fauilltlei tor foreliiu conimciuo as When Lome returned from tlio Hold to tlio Windsor Hole today ho created folloivlnif Knight Oointuanilera ol tlio onlor of llidiael und Ocoruo of liiuaneo SHulHter of Hallway B HleliMrt Ourtwrlnht Una 81v llowland uud cartwright were momuera ut Maclcenzlei Tlio llrooklyu teumient leavcu by tueclal Sunday Queen wflB oelibruiod very nlciBHutly today by Hir Kdward Iho KnelKn and with a uiimlierof guealu from the other loroliin lountloua rceldeut General of the tho State A picnic wus held at Mount u nolublo feature IMIIUIC a liineh under tho trees in front of tno Tho Outfits health propoaeil by Jioveua In a very neat wliluh watdruiik the baud playing Mod tun Tho party cstnu tip to Uto city on thu ttcauiboat ut a oclock this J AIM fid 1IIB JJtlOS Of purpoao ol tlio coal cowpjuleii of this otty lo raUe circular prlow cents per ton ou June They have been un oliunuea or tlio pant two but for ttio nearly all oraeia uaou i havlimail Uiey can till umlltueuw thu oomnauic Dealers admit ihat tho are BinuJI enquih and tho deiuind active unoiigUlp en able them lo command he advattuo II they WU M Heading ftlltilo olf on loafUallota from recent Valley la atronger since It u definitely Judge Intereat la to be managed by who will follow out tne pollcylio purs mskel It eerialn tlat no oomblqaUou cau to rtsulet the producilou of   

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