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World (Newspaper) - May 28, 1892, New York, New York I OF THE Very Spirited and Account of Boost to Us In tho of Views of s Recently the end IN THt DONT FAIL TO o AIL PRICK TWO NEW MAY HARRISONS in with Har rison as th SUNDAY DONT FAIL TO ORDER A I II 11 i i of New I ot the delegates aro lor nr 17 i im nn m AI I LA re you lately V H convictions tu every ii is entirely in Hie I you any assurance Hint ho would i M his attitude accept tlm If i i Ida not I Know I A In Ins alum his that It ho Is i I lie can hardly I never Wl u or man the nomination 01thn Yill Nl S l I i It mill fl I f I I J finne s Plain Talking for iiic ARK MBX FOK WHOM YOU CANNOT DO HI He Dues Noi Think Will His Own Words 11AIIKKI Mill IN I 1 i 11 i rn i ill INI 1HI 11 I i 1J1 J U i IK Nl Presidency of Ihe puny It hid I I been I lli wbo was also in 1Ittsburg on in n nr nlu u omii who the hunt ii It ior I ls ent had simo nwd hi M lu lu accept tho i in i i nl cure and mini 1 luni uu it und him II s n 1UU IRal accept Mr convinced I Tho Ilin i ii a nl Unit nt nominated by that th u K pub Throne Present at the ff Mans Boino Who Loudly for Not us Ilin Iio Convention will Not llo In No In m TO TIIK May Miller said today toa 1 do not ir a snap on tbe purl of the There will bo no stampede of the 1 have no doubt Unit 1resldciil Harrison will be ot tha people ot United states are well with the Ills administra tion has been one and such as to commend Itselt to men regardless or political Harrison and my self aro such anything 1 may say may appear lo be merely an expres sion ot my therefore 1 feel delicate about talking lou 1 that any of the lenl the President would give you very the same Information Hint 1 do or Will allow his unmo to be uscu at Minneapolis I do not lor n moment that fie has distinctly stated does not wish Uls namo to bo 1 do nut see how under tho circumstances he can permit his name to be Neither du 1 believe that ho l entertain tuo high an estima tion of to think that he will eat bis own Have you had any conversation with on the subject 1 have not It Is said on high authority timt has repeatedly Informed the lint he Is the and that he will m to tbe use 01 his Is this 1 cannot discuss such a I cauno 101the yon anything to nay ol the remarks n Harrison printed tn THE oday j although perhaps may say that souy of the to hU Harrison refers aro felt by has been There ar men for whom you cannot do them with and like tho often of Ihe hurso are nn Such men become Ills ii may possibly develop a revenge Mil state of When the President says disappointments will not prevail a I unite agree with The President says he lias declined tn nil on his friends for uro hih doing 1 Ills personal and of mul I Quay said say thing i today eals too then has an I attai of and ho Is to die but Isn lie Is good for many or Ho I for many able lu Vli years and If ior Hie I A iiy or ol aMii s U liar 1 i THE REPUBLICAN iu l I erklin ii o by llo of lie mul Boily In tho Vnn Tonit nt Now the l ls n no no Thoy are going beforo the convention aud they will present his name for They do nut any sensations or do not expect name to bo by authority m and do not think Hie delegates will any ono for a whoso Is not authoritatively laid the conven There are many who personal have always ior the Irol made his refusal to allow his muno bii those gentlemen accepted the situation and they nro now the residents re Perhaps 1 to mention any but In response HI your 1 will yuu of Is an example that applies to nearly What closer personal friend has than Many would leel in a false posl tlon U wero In the Hold without notifying and hu has not done He certainly i think It you will sift out the reported sayings of on subject of willingness to accept tho nomi nation It Trill be lound that they no foundation In has said nothing whatever except to tho con Uo you know whether or not as asked Secretary recently It It would not bo well tor him to an other letter of and whether or not Secretary replied that letter to was quite The was disinclined to this llo sold that had uot given him any such Informa somo who are calling loudly for have not heretofore been regarded as ma continued do not wish to be moro Those who are with no a correct w to whom I haro in or any other member ot Iho Cabinet go to Minneapolis I will not and 1 understand no other Cabinet will Who among tho friends will out tor his Interests at the convention 7 There will be a largo number of people thoro who uro desirous of Harrisons re of the Indianapolis will tana an Thuro will bo no laok of you will not allow bis namo to bo used and that the convention will That Is what I accom by ft manner Indicative of thorough tho sees the of rlson as UB the IT MADE of Interview With TO TDK I May view this has attracted a great deal of alien won hero in has boon read with in by tUo by his opponents by ilio In tun some of tho to nwi much com Jort in what they stylo indiscreet tot no no Wakes the utly very sure h He may In 111 i 7 tu Im the Is there u 1IIAl The mil with u Interview with was the sensa tlon if Hi nay in waa tUe mil ior publication on th fir Hi he bin few thought Unit Hie wn Tlic 1 regarded and bit friends la was Men lust night at thu leporter ir he its I i nothin It calls for any raid I am willing to lo tin g i as ll Hut I 1 am a little III Ihitt Unit ihe have selected a newspaper as nt his Mows to tilt I am why he ignored tin nun newspaper has been In i for nil weens lor lenr that Mr Harrison would not lc and Ii to me that the favored Iuti his as recognition of us services In his br of he what lie Is any reply to the 1rcsl It Is mall and said ex cnj ui any it ti lj all uf tin love aud of the party lor James to I imu supposed Unit ot luul origin in the services rendered his 1 believe individual hi any way lor Ii a I here has never been a lime lu nil can IT when as popular as he Is u and had sui h a strong hold on tuo ailie of the But this Is not a time o got excited pr to all keep l mid ue i Iho Individ mil will not control thi ol mo I Du ui I Hove that the convention will be by a to serve the party and ihe without to Ido think ahnuld re letter to I lo nut donut sincerity In writ Ing He Is not a neither s the Tho party thu right to upon is til Mod tradition physically and and hn Is ho choice of of the I think that he will bo and 1 that he will 11 it Is mo most indiscreet I to Logan hus benn very fur In his but In certainly was a ll IK simply to us the President bat Individual disappointments arc at tho of the opposition lo Ills think the of thu Presidents Interview vlll Do lo Injure his I can only uf by the Impression made aroused a of n my The 1iwldonts said William of will tbu to It Isln 0 j can nee how nomination can be Lawrence had read lUt hn declined lo express any may have to support you 10 said with Charles tho colored orator of ho and a friend of John H Harrison pro loseK to call all who will him in convention the personally 10 will Und a good many personally of tho bought thO was hitting at Judge 1 of Foraker und u lot of who reel that they should have recognition tor themselves aud in tor all thoy did to l here nro a lot of men lu tho said who made speeches and speni aud did what they could lor the mt thoy have received no recognition whm so much IIH a cup 01 cold hey ask anything Ior you but tuny thought hould havo said you uone so and so of tho party is I can di fur friends In return l nut ho didnt do and they call him NO OF A SAVS of to Aro for TO TUB May was m 1lttsuurg today with 19 political When asked what ho nought of TIIK Interview with 1resl nt ho was do you think of r I to What do you think tho for will be at tho National Convention 1 think TUO delegates will present tho ulna uf James to the National convention at Minneapolis on mil hasnt to bo a can idale t Yos i ho says ho Is not a hut bat would not stop I he delegates from Ho also said In his letter that his muno quid not bo to tho convention 1 ho may say but If dole ato should his muno uo or no one IBU 11 In It true that you said would THE lint Ho Sly Dies lit 1rcxlilKiit ami TO TIIK Alger asked by a what hn o ihu 1otlilon us In lun heru this I presume It Harrison will nol seek a ho And 1 think he u very In ha but he must know what his are or You cannot expect to criticise inu l presume ihai may tie a mile exercised over ihe H must be a trying 1 ll by At 10 oclock Iho procession moved from The funeral of yours William tool piano at marble down to if he really wants a ie lu ISSS lie wanted I 1 l A man is no miter or hether lu Ilio White thu thu c Hut 1 It I say in he ot criticism ol this which anil what 10 be expected a 1iesldent ot tho United J here seems lo be a among Hie Democrats rivalry among Republicans creates Imd dont liure Is tho Kind the mou have been ior I am sure thai I have nothing iin uio kindliest and regard lor all havu the to seeh 1 with him perfectly Individual disappointments will have no unan the Thu 1reslucnt not and win nut his chances lessened by Ills to please tills lor I believe that Dm will yo to not to favor one Iliin or of men or to another but tij accomplish HID uest ior Hid ana HID auer is will nil win lu iho tie How your own I aso l win a and i exactly i uld lias any ono been chosen to present vnu No 1 have much about 1 What effect will Jll Ol Ol t 1 suppose has his All have Uu 10 be MAMA AND street and tu the corner of Madison Thero crowd wan In iho o i i tho church doors i ladles an gentle thu same faces that have familiar the opera at thn at the emit all the out and me n lie I in to ed in I Invan lerKit li tile b tall i slum wilii i White Uu ami Ilii artistic and functions of the oils had poured Into the nnd In civilian leaned I against the Iron fence at ihe entrance lo ihe j Hu delivered Instructions hlb in tlie lr now oclock there was nn In the lull ana i In m SET NEXT M c TO Tile May the with President Minted in TIIK this nut vas well pleased tho ex To my mind It Is a manly and dignified President to ho 1K 0 Mia he AS and Harrison the dot nations will be but as tu the votes i hut would go to in vent both names mu presented to tho Con I do not euro to express an opinion ll was from tall hat hu Ih uks the com by and su oi the men o force into tin AUK A H Ironi TO TIIK Jin Mny ons letter In reply to a memorial from the colund Convention wus public The o him on thu lutu by a ot asked liliu lo lay Congress In i pedal iho of Crimes gainst against against which are BO common n of ihls and to do 11 hu can for I heir hj 1resldent promised to respond In ut tho lur of ihe Mist wrote lie ul the faut elt Hie 0 lip Uiv u i 1 I have nco to civil mill inl moil lull mil all coloru nulte to KUU nro ii tu any hey of our iSr 10 ui ilia par Immo mir I not time 10 to you tho limitations of w than to that tho puwar tu fur the nr or of You will ot to Uo tho ue will lot lam lotion iho tu tlie lo 1 will slvn i matter you tho Berl in jou may Co my holp Kill uo to uTery 10 iho of tu nle to tha t tile dud the only monet or the ami of of thong who ure oo Tho colored Baptist of Wanning on In an to the heads of 10 various to grant the colored leavo of uu tho ley may with ihu at he country in observing iho day as ouo of and prayer to uod ior tho suppression f and by May of a young gin who lived with a Mowed sent to tho asylum for hu Insane tho Ikr condition U at 11V to tho excessive uso ot strong i Vint I TUB AT SEW tor those who were tho i nut IT and the Inspector ordered to form Hues across thn on stops of the church und the stoaps of iho on both Hides of Madison people stood in Tho em u on tho Madison wa KILLED A A of by a IX TIIK 01 W BUCK HI if Hut with ly Gul Hull Tn TIIK May the seat ol was devastated by n tornado aud If the reports received are persons linnd with men who In and every kind vehicle passed by lu tl their and occupants hail com the to catch a glimpse ut tli tho i nut I aa persons it or ordered policemen or white Thomas MHd ami Moth in to prevent I I Ihd wires between hero i f church nnd the Fun on Henry says Hint somo mi i on I and he tn end hud In in Ill TO was little commotion when tho boa ot Uio procession reached the Jii to windows wer closely Kvery eyu was turned upo who They weo tho and Next camo It waa draw u by a pair ot bay and th driver no many time at a poor weru n black plumes nor upon Ih Heavy black draperies Ih Iho was driven ahead som and until all ih ano friends and bearers had the The then Thoy wero Moses n Joseph t 1alter and Harry of and Baldwin o oil classmates and Intimate ot William Their was derby cutaway und black tic and Cornelius blir and with small side typl eal in wavea his whl a thu carriage of him to rooi Ho drove UIB heavy ind Tho master of cere was to raise the ot the door and was obliged to hu t up while low t followed am they were joined on the sidewalk by thu n young co ir Alfred and appeared to bear up calmly under tie ana lent his arm to Mrs She was ni a coat of cut to lit the nguru ami Souie of tho style known us covert of cloth deeply hammed with Bhe held her white kerchief lo her a heavy William boys 111 Verv aim well he ty a slightly built and ratnor old gentleman boro InT ins tho t ot Ho in tho Kroa ol Cornelius i hen camo K a Biater of i und and also and of tho into Wilam the present hearts of ho them Inline vna well ki owi fho drovo a o jar upon tho sombre man who drives for W ills face Iml upon tho public eyo by many fourinhand and meit hackney teams tho vast aold harness and fill decorations made ho equipage very and woro tho solo with me curtains Other carriages which followed contained Albert to Cornelius and hor Gill and ana tho lauor a ot AUram and Edward and shepard aim and iSy was mado on Uio Alloy mother ot second n WOht to tllO a Which had to and A IKK ix TIIK Two OIvo nil nt In Ihj namo of a hli yellow loir that makes 11011111 in i ho West Thirtieth out on post with the policemen at and the think a of ilmi ago they made up a and bought him a line collar with his namii it he went out sixth ave nue In if iho during tho I and ho was ai t by l ivo uig bull lie it mm rolled Into 11 A bis crowd leathered Thu snarling and of caused con ilio It lunk the of a brother and ihe bull separate ihe hud to use their 10 no Tonder got iho worst oi Ihu ior un him to a hydrant and washing away iho it uas mum that lip had been Tuo bull wero CKF TUB Tlin Told Klin Her Child tho a constable of went to Hid n 10 nake a Ho was met at the door by n When he announced errand sho Ilio a hoiel nt s was and the ruins wiro las wire with the city was The awful swept over town nt It from the a few on the ot made anil out building In the blocks bounded by c seventh si reel ald Ninth Over were burled In iho Two TO I May dull In islon tins bj n of sparks nom th on iont Island tho of people In of me harbor to the buildings at tin Tlic wero speedily followed hj Increased In velum Th upon the Island at once too to tho names and sum mimed An enier call was at once sent lo the buildings to in readiness for duty tn and other measures were by th lire department to infer A small factory wa found to ho whore the lire in th were crowded with th seamen and sailors from cralt m tho lo mul In the distance wa seen the crew of the withi liu bl lug her this Ai midnight all danger Is over aid the Ilr A lilt tho Iho iho you cant come in Thero Is lu this to a child lu hu on face wan an ThO lost no time in gutting Health tu tho place to that the child hud Tho nnd gained ilmo to tol out of tho reach of a Thj family lua Dm Wellington foundry and the are William Mullen and wiMO lu the ruins ot the and Walter taken out of the ruins at Ida and killed In ihu Phillips Nothing of Harvey dam The Army Hall has been turned a hospital and over injured avo now for The Is to that a correct list of dead Is hard to but It is II will Tho only wire In to Kansas A drenching rain followed tho and It was somo lime relief work was Many wero from tuo ruins only to die a few moments Mary loved a man who lived In tbo amB house sho and hor OHO West h Mary IH nly sixteen yours and her mot hor sat own on tho Tho girl didnt Ike Her mother got her a plnou with a 401 West he girl didnt like and went buck yesterday at trotted her hack to hor Alary was very and In HIKI J i 111 ho hallway of tho down a lot of Her mower and iho police man got an ambulance and hurried lary to tho A doctor ot poison and Mary got ml vory likely sho will Gerrys nen have been and will BOO what my oan do tor Mary OX TIu City u May heavy rain and hall accompanied oy a vivid electrical swept over mis city this H was a veritable tho rain rail Ins In aud business houses In centre of tho city wero flooded from two to Iho temperature fell degreen in an Tlie ruin continued tho and though with much less severity than nt May hail and electrical passed through Jackson county 011 Thursday destroying fruit and thousands or acres of Joliu son nna laborers on the larin of Morton woro killed by The to n Off May ot of tho United steamer Jamestown who Is on leave of absence irom his ship In reports tho ship as nearly lound off capo last night iho was struck by a and lay with hor ou boats under for a long when two alls split and far thn T May 15x hango Fund for tho flood was to ol H yesterday amount turned over by tho rant Ono ot iho was ot TUe work of rapidly and has No l undo such u think ot the delegates are so and entertained them In his private son be a to wv lu fivo bo DO on TO 1 pastor or i lip Second church of Dm has a by will Miss the pretty daughter of or that The parents ot thu girl refused their sent to the marriage when I hem for her They gave an a thai ho had lib ti to us a and they did not desire daughter to go Application ior a marriage license was n ade by but as i In the girls parents necessary she being under This morning at i oclock aided by or inu Third I the girl willing to I hey left l ho place In a have mnt in out lo no it Is i hat In another enmity ihe TIIK In TO TUB I May Is said start ling developments aro coming In the the has been and detectives aro now on his coonny engaged the rooms In the Carlson cottage and assisted In tho John Scunlon said today There will certainly bo now developments In It Is When they come It will bo all at once and will create us groat a sensation almost as did tho Infamous I have always boon that tho entire conspiracy win It has been the Com Is short of Thu committee has all the funds they are We act as Wn mado preparation to decorate on Memorial und some members of the commit teo win go out 10 Calvary next for this REDMOND II In toy Now York Is Ind II May Is Ing from a low fever and has a cold which threatens to go to his He therefore has postponed his visit to Hu has telegraphed to thu Mayor ot Cork and his friends lu that city that his departure lor Now York has been Edward Chairman ot iho la Ihls tho following Am allow mo to sal HEED IS FOR BJ Stern Drives lite Ex Speaker lo a THAT in HUT The Slory Capital and la at Trilli It In One of An of Hint KB If to Jo or JJ ow In Fire was In tho store f and DOS about 10 oclock met ho aro Tho up per Hours HIU used as Tlie which iho buildings caused mtiul among thu who ran tt ho in their night The damage e g co to stock is at M Acting on tula tho com met last evening und in nt TO TUB Mny TUoro was Jail delivery last trom the county Jail o Klne gog U escape into jailer Til THE 1 Slay Tom Kerd has come out for ler several days of havu turns in big rom lie has beon invited to number ess and argument has to induce him to d claro ior ote or thu other of tholi ailing for he At aat ho has i am lor he toa As and Harrison I certainly Heeds announcement of his spread like the In the hastened to and the i one of ilia of tho was one of tho Hrst to Keed after ilia To Tin enl he said a few minutes later I have talked with and he U for i am not authorized to say how much enthusiasm Keed feels for but he has arrived ai the conclusion than i or will ho nom 1iaiod like ho makes hla He has chosen aud although 1 have not doubted for days that wo bj yet the weight of Heeds ice will make the nomination more When Tin correspondent ased stale his the question ot a for the ho a and with a his turned away nad strode silently into iho lull ot tho where he culil not tje pu sled by tho scora of newspaper men who had gathered about Tom Hml does nol love but ha positively He Is simply choosing between i he tuo In the lan guage or our Jlm Hu is his I hu story of HP ds for Harrison Is an leal It datea back lo the early o aim grows oui of Hairi with to era Le to harlly Hist came tu a vacancy was to hU and ho selected a 1orilaud poll of somo noto lu thn It had bin the custom to allot Ihe tilling of impor tant Federal positions Congressmen In whose districts they wero with tua that nominations should bo Indorsed by iho senators irom the Heeds candidate waa Indorsed by Senators Hale and nomination was in tho candidate camo to He hud advised Heed ot his and had leli Instructions thai his mall should ba sent In Heeds Upon hU arrival lu lie ho was met by who look him to ins private ma whoso ivas his he to Heeds surprise tlie fulled to call upon him to pay his aud as u mutter ot lact did not sea feed until on the eve of his Then to called fnr getting his cod 1 a stickler certain of eti and he was mortally offended at Iho candidates ho Semite continued the nomination and ho Portland man collector of 1ort and until administration when ho was Upon of he was a candidate for his put on his war pulni suing to thu protested In tho terms his llo had a candidata of his own n tho person of Westun cousin 01 congressman and L wellknown and Influential f Tho 1roaldont received Heed cordially and told hint ho would Ivo the matter IiH earliest lo delayed notion for many and 3clluvluL cunt Harrison oint used all his as f iho to of tha liver wus likely tu prove to tho President In case it should him the lound his no easy insk and ho hud tolly arned iho llo was when l nomination waa sent to Ills towards tho President lor ina iit this wore greatly y or the made upon him by ho of which the was Tho was allo but it never missed un 10 and denounce ueed or hi i as u 01 the o tho 10 1 now in I only two itv ray One ot them tho to tUo Vederai Mulno iho other Uo has pardoned out tha The to as an vna cashier ihu 1irst limit 1 T 1414V VV LU 3b HB had been a m sin member and tor many Oun you postpone mooting ior a One HUB hn turned up iv dA lu tUo tn SUM Ot m UI IB LUUl proved that he had used mo llv uanKs In ha with tho request therein WB imd sent to o defer iho reception lu Uio sonline part term friends ot vo secure hh to whom iho lion was with Heed nnd other prominent mou In iho The r THE by tUo Ouka of IOU 20 feoH Inoh 110 knots tm Voi and to n to Now e dent there were absolutely no aud to Brunt tuo As soon ai iuine Into the White the to pardon was und ona ot tho mun In this direction was iho 11 hoard Heeds u Bllo the and a days M Hluco d Boa an a at tUe v ft
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