Indiajíapolis, Ind., July :25.- About twenty-iive colored Deraocrats from diíforent parts ot' the country are here to attend the conference which was called to consider their interests and the people they represent in the coming campaign. Some of those whose names were signed to the cali have not reported and yesterday in the caucussing the leaders were on the verge of a break. J. Milton Turner, who wishes to have the movement considered an independent one, was opposed by the out-and-out Democrats. Turner desired the chairmanship, but the opposition preferred Peter H. Clark, of Clncinnati. Nothing in regard to a plan of action was considered, as it is accepted that the meeting will be committed to Cleveland. The difficulties arose entirely over the temporary and permanent chairmanships, whlcb were given to Charles Shelton, of tbis state, and Peter H. Clark, of Cincinnati, respectively. The conference will be private.