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HI. -JBSni MWTHY
COMFORTABLY QUAKTEEED AT
THE HOFFMAN HOUSE,
Is the Course or Utcrrlew GItm
His Tlewi Upon Hen and Meas
res AffiCtlDK Ireland.
Nw York, September 27. The
7Wtanpab ith'8lhe following inter
Titw with Mr. Justin McCarthy, who
ia stopping at the Hoffman House:
The firet callers whom he received
after Mr. K. rd's departnre were ). P. Far
rait, pteridfltit of the Home Kale Club,
known an "the little Napoleon" of the
Irish Parlinmnutiry Fund Association,
and John McDonnell, of Omaha. He
wea accompanied on the trip by Mr.
and Mrs. Campbell Praed, who will re
main with him daring hia stay here.
Mr. Pried and Mr. McCarthy are
joint anthers of a novel called The
Jiight Honorable, published in Eng'and
Ian year, and were at work together
daring the voyigo on another entitled
The Ladiri Qallery, which will treat of
politics and social life, and Is nearly
ready for the printers. Mr. McCarthy
greeted a Tribune reporter who called
on blm csrdially, and spoke freely on
the preeent condition of the Irish
question and the prospects ot home
"The Irish people," he said, "are
thoroughly eatisQcd with the condi
tion of afl.ira as regards boms rnle,
and believe that more success has
been acomplished in the line of self
J;overnmer.t for Ireland within the
set few years than in any previous
fifty years of the country's history.
They do not look upon the division
on Gladstone's bill as a defeat for
"But there was a majority large
enough to prevent the Irish having
their Parliament re-es'atiiished in
Dublin," tl.e reporter sncgpsted.
"Of conreo," (aid Mr. McCarthy,
laughing; ' but what strikes us is that
whereat eight years ago only a snail
handful of mm were willing to sup
port the home rule question seriously
In the House of Commons, now there
is the solid fct that 311 men with
Gladstone at tbelr bead proclaimed
their adhealon to tne measure and
voted for it. My countrymen, there
fore, are perfectly satisfied for the
E resent, because they feel ersured that
ome rule will come as certainly as
tLat tomorrow's son will rise."
"Yon are nit a member of Parlia
ment at pr. snntT"
"Well," be replied, with a smile,
"technically I am not; but, as a mat
ter of plain juttice, I am the legally
elected repiesentuive ot the borough
of Londonderry. True, Mr. Charles
E. Lewis, my English opponent, holds
the seat, having defeated me by three
votes. I have petitioned against bis
return, and the rase will be heard on
October 20 h, with T. M. Uealy, ex
membsr for Monaguan, as my coun
sel. 1 claim that Mr. Lewis received
many fraudulent votes owing to the
personation of voters and the voting
of many who were under age, which
was permitted by the returning offi
cer, an Orargeman and Tory; also,
that many of my opponents were in
timidated at.d uudue ictluence exer
cised toward them, lam quite confi
dent that Lewis will be unseated, and
that the seat Will be declared as law
fully belonging to me or ehe a new
"Wht abiot the petition againM
Mr. Sexton's retain for West Belfast T"
"In thnt case a new election is asked
for, not the avat claimed. It will come
to nothing, though. Bex ton is quite
safe. It is a most magnificent victory
and the Orangemen, notwithstanding
all their blaster, will come to tesog
nice thk have recognised it, in fact,
though they have adopted means
quite birbarons and cruel to' let the
world know how angry they are."
"Do yon attribute the riots alto
gether to Bexton's victory ?"
"No, no I Lord Randolph Churchtll
prepared them and spurred them on
by the flory and d s inctly lawless
speeches he delivered in Belfast. Still,
it is not the decent Orangemen, but
that terrible, ferocious, rowdy section
of the organisation that are commit
ting theee outrages agalnEt their unof
fending nlghb irs. Tneie very riots
are an indication that the Orangemen
took a be t' r measure of the situation
than the London newspapers, which
raised a wild exulting cy at the defeat
of home rule, while the Orangemen
raised a howl of fury at their defeat in
West Uelhu-t Ttnsshowsplainlyhow
greatly the canre is advanced."
"How do you account for the pro
longation of the riotiY"
"Becaupe the sduiinlttration of the
law is to I lie hand of the Orange par
ty, and the magistrates sympatuiiu
larga'y with their brethren. Will you
be surprised to know that 'the Islaod
men,' that body ol 6000 men that you
hear of marching every day through
the streets of Belfast in solid array and
in defiance of nil law, a terror tt the
peaceable inhabitants, are ship build
ers in the employment of 8ir K. Har
land, the Mayor of the ci:y? Why
dots he, if ha loves law and order,
permit his men thus to provoke riot
and bloodshed? There note would
have been put down long ago if John
Morlev had continued as Chief Becre
Ut in Dublin Castle."
When questioned as to the effect
upon the people of the arrest of
Father Fahv, and hia being sent to
Galway Jail for six months on a
charge of aliened intimidation of a
landlord at Woodford, where the.
peasantry were offering resittancs of
the most determimd kind to the
police and soldiers who were helping
the landlord to evict scores ot families
from their homes, Mr. McCarthy
eemed surprised and said that wis
the Bret knowltdge he had received ol
the iff dr.
. "I,.'m C(,rlin" he continued, "that
it will have a terrible effect upon the
temper ot the pwiple, jtmt as the
arrest of Father Bheehy and Father
ieeh "during the Forster coercion
"There is a rumor that the National
League will be suppressed."
"I donbt vory much whether even
vnurcmii will agree to ao extreme i
step. Tture are cractinallv nn nut.
rages in Ireland eave those provoked
by the olhYeis ot the law. In proof ol
this you must have noticed that since
Gen. Sir Rdveis Buller went to Knrr
with the prHendod design of putting
down ontrrgos, more outrages have
been committed in a montn than in
several months before. It was the
same, yon remember, with the Pfcu?nix
rare; inurtT'. These foul murders
wreromnited at a time when tie
latsCh'el 8 crU'y Forater's coerc'on
act was in f id twit g and when he was
boast n of bavins all the arsaeins
and'vil g tyrants under loik and
key. Coercion b g-ta crime, aod io
face of tin-fact it must surprise any
person of ave an common lenFe how
it is t' at the V,,: vjnh Government will
persist In I. J Ik pa I r their own
efcki-evou more tlmn lor the sike ot
jreitiii'i turn uii-y win t b e n
rgainon a Uigv hca'e, as they Jiavo
commenced it In Kerry on a small
"How was the convention of the
Irish National League in Chicago re
garded beyond the water?"
"With dismay by the anti-home
rulers, who-prophesied all airs of di
vision and disruption ; with de.ight by
ell members of our party at the har
mony which prevailtd."
"Why is Matthew Arnold opposed
to borne rule?"
' That is what we all want to know,"
said Mr. McCarthy, laughing. "He
is an apof-tle of sweetness and l'ght,
but teems to bave a very poor knowl
edge of politics. Is there any special
observation of bis that yon refer to?"
"Well," replied the reporter, "Mat
thew Arnold said hirrsell that the fact
that five-ax ths of the Irish people de
manded sef government was one of
the strongest ia3ons why they should
hsve it." . , ,
"Very droll, very droll, indeed,"
said Mr. McCarthy, as he laughed
heartily. "I believe he did say that.
It was a strange statement, but it con
demns itself. Why, yon could not
bave any government at all if the ma
jority were not permitted to rule. Mr.
Arnold is a charming, a captivating
man, an exquisite poet, delicate and
r fined, but be ia capable of exciting a
smile when be ventures into politics
and tells whst ooght to be done."
"What wis the opinion in England
of Mr. Elaine'e speech on home rule?"
"The truth ia that in England very
little la known of American affairs'. I
know Mr. Blaine and regard bim as a
great man. a man ot wonderful elo
quence and of powerful intellect."
"Will Mr. Gladstone live to see the
Jri'h question settled?"
"I believe he will. Dr. Clarke, his
physician, cays be has a strong life for
several years yet. I hope he will live
to see home 'rule in Ireland, but I
think it is the Tories who a ill carry it."
"Will the borne rule boom come be
fore the land question is settled?"
"Judging by the overwhelmirfj de
feat of Parnell's mnderats land bill, I
think it will, and that within two
years. Then will follow a settlement
of the land question by an Irish Par
liament, when it is dnubtfal whether
the landlords will obtain as favorable
terms as those which Mr. Gladstone
cflVred." , ,
When asked what he thonght of
the attitude of the Irish people aod of
those ol tbe race who have been send
ing penitentiary aid to them from this
side of the sea, Mr. McCarthy was of
the opln'on that it would be peaceful
and subject to tbe control and tame
advice of tbe Irish leaders. "They see
tbe gteat progress that has been made
under Mr. Parnell's leadership; they
see that borne rale is now within
their very raacb, and that we shall
have a Parliament in Dublin within
Mr. McCarthy will deliver the first
of his sories of lectures in this country
in the Academy ol Music, O. tober
4th, proceeds to be devoted to the re
lief of the earthquake victims in
Charleston. Patrick Ford is chairman
of the Lecture Committee, and Levi
P. Morton treasurer.
Ootober cornel aornas tha hill
Like sorae light iihoat, tha ia ao (till, ,
Though her ewoet cheeks ere roar t
And through the Hotline thistle-down
llor trailing, brier-tan gleu gown
i lika a (
t orlmson posy.
Tha orlokata In tha atubble oh I me ;
LanUrna flaihout at milking time;
Tha daiai'a loat har ruffloit
The waaiKthe honeyed nipping try i
A film ia orerthe blue -lty,
A spall tha rivar mullloi.
Tha (olden-rod fadea Inlhe auni
The (pider'a gauay veil ia (nun
Athwart the drooping (edges i
The nota drop aoflly from their burra;
No bird-aong the dim alienee (tire,
A blight ia on the hadgea.
Bat tiled with fair oontent Is ahe,
Aa if no froat eould ever be,
To dim ber brown eyea' luster!
And much ahe knowa of fairy folk
That danoa beneath tha apreadinc oak
W ith tinkling nitrta and bluater.
She llatena when the duiky eves
BUpaoftly on the fallen leavea,
A If for meaaage oheeringi
And It rauat be that ahe oan hear,
Ileyond November grim and drear,
The leet of Christmas Rearing.
Smun Hartley, in Hi. Richolatfor October,
INDEPENDENCE COUNTY, ARK.
The Coming; Agricultural suad
rhaniral mir.Orlober 10th lo atld.
looRRisronoBKca or tbb arriiL.I
Batkbviixs, Abk., September 28.
I send you for publication the follow
ing announcement just leaned by the
managers of the Independence County
The premium list fur tie Seventh
Annual l'alr of Independence County
has been distributed, and persons not
having received a copy who desire to
examine the list will be mailed one
free on application to the secretary,
hit M. V cltinson, the Executive Oom
mi t i', the lint.Hsville Guard or the
Worth Arkanm Pilot I he fair will be
opened Ocu ber 10th at 10 o'clock
a.m., and continue for four days, It
opens under more favorable prospects
than ever before. The list Is lull, com
plete and liberal, amounting in rourd
numbers to $3000.
The grouuds snd buildings will be
in excellent order, the race tracks in
fine condition, and eery arrangement
made for the accommodation of stock
of every kind.
A part ol the grounds baa been set
apart lor the purpose of private ana
free display of manufacturing goods,
merchandise, farm products, etc.,
tion to the Executive Committee, can
set ail the necessary snace. Home ot
Batesville's enemctio and enterprising
business men bave already eecureu
space and will commence immediately
the erection of their bu luing, and
contemplate makins line die plays.
ine association would be pleased io
see every manufacturing interest with'
in the Stale represented, and ts
pscially tbe leading lines of business
ol every kind in the adjoining and
neignuoring counties. All are ia
vited and promised room. .
The featine ol the first day will be
a grand barbecue on the grounds.
l be gts lee 25 cents is good lor I
day inside the grounds and dinner in
Arrangements are made to feed 6000
Oa the n'gbt ot the second day
there will be a grand display of fire
works on the streets of Bateeville
s mtthlng entirety new in these parts.
line will be a sunt well worth seein
Oa the third night tbe I. O. O. !
will givo a Brand dress ball at the
Arinuton Hot-1, where those fond of
"tripping the fantastic" are assured of
a most f nj ryable evening.
Ou each day thtre will be interes1
ing troitmg ai.d running races, and on
the las day an old fishl ned "tourna
ment," ilut will be exciting and inter-
Tftudrrbllt'a firm Sjleel Cruiser.
Pmi.nici phia. Pa . September 28.
Har an & llolnunwo' tl. shipbuild
er, at Winning on. Dtl , sUte that
he rew tff-el i-rniser, ordered by
William K. V.ir derhilt, will be
launched Oe ob, r 2d. It ia lUtcd that
the tr vv thus !ir i aid th company
i- $5;:Ul!0. bur thnt tt,inill not cover
J tho ahula expense,
MEMPHIS DAILY APPE A JAVEDNES DAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1886.
WRITTEN MOTION FOB A "NEW
TRIAL FOR THE DOOMEOMEN.
Tbe Points Brought Forward by De
fendants' Counsel Expect to
Impeach a Juror.
Chicago, III., September 28. The
wri ten motion for a new trial in be
half of tbe doomed anarchists, and tbe
several affidavits in support of it, were
taken to tbe State's Aitorni-y today.
The motion cites tbe following to sus
tain the motion:
1. The verdict in (aid court is con
trary to the law and evidence.
2. Theie is no evidence in tbe rec
ord supporting or jus.ifying said ver
dict, 3. The Court erred in giving tbe
several Instract'ons a ked and given
on teha'f rf tbe people.
4. The Comt erred in refus'ng to
ghe the several Instructions which
were asked on beba'f of the defendant
and refused by the Court
5. The Court erred in admitting im
proper, incompetent, . Irrelevant and
immaterial testimony offeied on behalf
6. The Court erred in excluding cer
tain testimony offered in behalf of said
7. Tbetiial of the said cause was
not bad before, nor was tbe verdict
therein rendered by an impartial jury.
8. There was misconduct upon trie
part of the officers of tbe law in tbe
selection and sommoning of the jurors
in said cause, so that the person sum.
moned uoder the various tpeclal ve
nires issued in said cause were not im
partial jarors, but were w.th special
reference to their known or supposed
prejudices (gainst the defendants, and
for tbe purpose of insuring a convia
tion of the defendants in sa d cause.
0. There is newly discovered evi
dence touching the itsues involved in
tbe said cause.
10. The closing argument of the
State's Attorney was improper in its
stitementof eubata ive matters not in
evidence, in its appeals to the preju
dices and passions of the jury, in its
miistttements of the i'suesandin its
abusiveness toward tbe defendants;
all haying a natural tendency to mis
lead the jury and prevent a fair and
11. The Court erred in its several
ruliags as to the qua ificatiors of
jurors and their competency and in re
fusing to allow defendants to atk of
the jurors certain question proposed
to b pnt to them, and a'so in allowing
to the State more tbon twenty pre
emptory challenges in tbe cause.
12. Ttia Court erred in modl'ylng
the instructions asked in behalf of the
13. The Court err;d in overrnling
the motion . of defendants, Spies,
Schwab, i'ielden and Neebe, for a
There were eight affidavits filed in
support ot the motioa.
John Sorrell made affidavit that be
was not an anarchist, snd that on one
Snnday morning following the 4th of
May be had heard Juror ltandall say,
In reference to Spies, Fischer, Fielden,
Parsons and others, that they ought to
The defendants themselves set forth
jointly that since their tiial ceitain
evidence such ss tbe suidavlt ot
Deluse and reports of opinions ex
pressed by the jurors has come to
tbeir knowledge and they will be bet
ter prepared for a second defence.
John Ph ilip Deluse, a saloon keeper
at Indianapolis, whose s'ory was
printed in the papers at the time be
firet made it public, asserts snd swears
that at 7 o'clock on a morning in May,
of this year, an unknown man wear
ing a mouB'ache and dressed in dark
clothes came to his place, i nd t et'lr g a
small sachtl on the bar asked for a
drink. Taking bis whisky, the cut
tomer said he came from New York
and was oa his way to Chicago.
Speaking britfly about the pending la
bor trouble, the stranger closed with
the remark that the saloon keeper
wou'd shortly hear of trouble in Chi
cago. Poiniing to his sachel, he con
tnu:d: "I have got somethirg in
here thnt will work. Turning at the
door as he (! parted the unknown em-
pnaeised, "You will hear ot it B3on."
Shortly following this episode, tbe
news of the bay market tragedy
reached Delu o. The deponent ap
peals to a certa'n Oarar 8pu'h as a
witness to this 8'rinKe conversation.
and this individual follows ia an affi
davit to tho truth of the statement
Jacob L. Biolcr, of Indianapolis.
testifies tint he heard Sputh tell on
lft Saturday ol the incident with
Dohue's 8 range customer back in
'Jhomas J. Mo'ean. a reputed so
cialist, do: Urea that he heard Juror
Denker say: "It don't make any
difference whether it is like him or
not; he and the whole crew ought to
Morgan swears that Denker made
this statement at Woodlawn on May
5th in dispute concerning a certain
portrait of bpiea in a daily newspaper
and its resemblance to the original.
Thomas S. Morgan, ton of the fore-
Soing deponent, upholds the truth of
is lather's affidavit.
Tbe counsel for tbe defense nromiee
sn affidavit at an early date impeach
ing Juror die.
tita es Attorney Grinnell. in sneak
ing of the motion, said tbe impeach
mtni of the jurors will not avail, and
that tbe Deluse affidavit, which is the
main point cf the evidence, is little
more man onncombe.
A QUESTION ABOUT
Hi quofttlrm hu prrthitttl beon Mkntl thnaundt
nf UmM, "Htm can Itrown'i Iron RltUwa cure vnry
tliinffT" Wall, U (wtiiVt. But it riiiMounsvnjdtMUMtv
fw which evrvpuuMaj phyiMcian would pretwritte IKON
IMtjmiolan noiijrmto lnt m Lite ImmtI matorntir
ntfttnt known ta th pnfwion. mnA ttinuiry of nj
lrutdina ohftroloal tirra will lulmUntiato tit awmrtion
that tbfll re mttTv nrnpftral ionit of inm than of an
ottir mibtanri usoa In mwliotiiit Thb Ituowa con
rltitdntl that iron W fcknnwlfvljrMi to t the mtwt
important tatchir in uocwful tttrHlioAi practiosy It ia,
hnwvrvr, ft miuarkahl f art, that pri.w to tlio dinoov
ery of IIKOWiVH IKON lUTTI.USnoprrftM t.
j aaUaf aotory iron oouiUnathta had ever been found.
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rum. Indian! Inn. Illllnnanraa, Wrakaraa,
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a luila apot about the rize of a half dime, and it la rapidly disapuearin";. 1 would advise
wry Que with cancer to give K. S. S. a fair trial.
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trustee., and, In general, execute any finaneiai buineaa reqoirinc a aaie and raanonaibia
i?nt dfaftj, In anma to (ait purohasers, on all parta of Europe,
ar We bare a oommodiona Vault for the deposit ot Taluablea, which la at tho aerrisa ot
oar oaetomera, aVrce) of CHarge.
D. P. 11ADDEN, President. EWD. GOLDSMITH, Tice-President
JFS NATHAN. Oaohlir.
ETew Cotton Qjhl9
Kos. 201 and 203 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn.
!LATES ff IMPBOVED 1IU11.EU Ollf
EJT Taraiont awd Sample Onarantsted. Good wefghta, and remlttanrea promy
"TT . mJ,9' A" Cotton Intured while in Transit and at Gin. Saoka furniahed on ap
plication. We ne the "Patent Ualoatar" and unloadall wagon cotton. Give aa atrial
HAP0LE05 HILL, President. W. If. WILSEBSOIT, TIce-PreiMea t
11. 4. AiINfl, .UUBMaTa
MenDbis Cilr Fire & Cen'l Ins. Co.
a I Hi
awOEfl A SKNEBAL FIBE
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. "RJ"SNHIlf,Tll WM. I. COU4 JAMES BULLY, J0HTT L0AM
S. MANSFIELD. D. . MTIRS, fr. D. BETHILL.
Office 10 Madlinn Street, M eraphls, Teiiii
BY MUTUAL CONSENT, the rm of Alston, Crowell k Co. la this day dissolved, E. W.
Crowell retiring. The remaining partners. P. K Alston and H. H. Maury, will con
tinue the business at the o'd stand, oorner Front and Union atreeta, assuming all lUbilitiee
and oolleoting all outstanding aooounta. E. W. CxOWELL.
vi o 1 v , .... P- 8' ALSTON.
Memphis, Tenn., September!, 1886. H. H, MAURY.
CerOn retiring as aove. I bespeak fcr any snooessors a continuation of the liberal patron
age heretofore extended the old firm. . W. CROWELL.
AW AEB PLABMS-BOIX, ATT-TAJUt,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, lolding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Posts.
M. O. PBARCE.
M.O.FEARCB & Co
Cotton Factors &Conimission He reins,
No. 280 FHOKT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
Cotton Wsrahonsa-Soa, HH and 9 Fnloa tr.
D. W. FLY. F. H HRRROTI. RAM HOBSON.
Late ol Commeroe, Miss. Late ot Coffeeville. Miss. Late of Brooks, Neely k Co.
FLY, HEREON 4 H0BS0K
Cot (on Factors and Commission Merchants
324 Front Street Memphis Tp-nn.
M. H. GOOVEB & GO.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moldlags, all kinds of Door and Window
Frames, Bracket", ScrolMVork, Bough and Dressed
Lumber, MhlnKles, tatlis, Water Tanks.
All kinds ot Wood Work Executed at Short Notice.
Xos. 157 to 173 Washington street. Memphis. Tenn.
W. A. GAGE & CO,
No. SOO Front Street. : Memphh, Team
(SUCCESSORS TO HEACHAH HOHTOH1
Old Stand, Xo. 9
FIRE, INLAND AND MARINE.
THE BLUFF CITY INSURANCE GO
OF MEMPHIS. TEN.V.
office-No. 285 main street.
J. F. FRANK, W. A. 6A8E. M. SAVIN, J. W. FALLS
H. M. JAMES, DAVtD P. HADDKN, J. P. NEELY.
j r n'm,i'rM i y.Hiita.Tiwrw'. w w, miaRE,
W. M. BROWPJe,
26fl Front Street, :
J. Q. HANDWKRKKHJ
DAVID P. HADDKN,
JAMES A. OMBKKU.
' HARDWia FERES.
AND JaAKUS at'BINE&a).
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JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
Union St., Memphis.
: Memiiliis, Tenn,