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.MEMPHIS. TENN., WEDNESDAY. MAY 1, 18S9.
VOL. XLIX NO. 95
A GLORIOUS DAY.
George Washington's Inauguration
Oolobratcd In New York City la the
Thousands of Men March In Brilliant
Tlio Enthusiasm of the Spsctators
Never Before Equalled.
It Takes Over Five Hours for the Parade
to Pass a Glvon Point Chauncey De
pew'a Oration Religious Serv
ices at St. Paul's.
Nkw York, April SO. The town woke
tip more sleepily this morning than it did
yesterday, and with good reason. There
was no real necessity for eit to get up so
curly, and besides its Inhabitants, perma
nent ns well as temporary, wero tired, the
latter even more so tliuu tho former, Still,
the earliest streaks of dawn found iicoplo
in the streets, and these indeed wero for
tunate, for in ull the rango of meteorolog
ical chunce more perfect morning could
scarcely have been found.' It was too
cold, perhaps, for those who shiver in a
light wind, but it was a morning to do-
light tho heart of a soldier, who has a long
trump beforo him. Tiie uir was exhilar
ating in the extrcmb, nnd the wind was
sharp enough to soon put a tinge of bloom
on the cheeks of those who faced it. Many
not already there in these early hours,
wended their wa toward the lower end of
the city, uioro resplendeut than ever in
the eiitly morning light, with tho winds
stretching every flag and streamer taut and
snapping their folds as though in jubila
tiou. Ono of tho thiugs which attracted
people to tho Mattery on this second
day was tho sound of martial music,
proceeding from a band which preceded
Hiker Post, CS. A. It, to the Mattery, witcro
a Hag was raised with appropriate cere
monies. This, however, was nut the only
attraction, for as the sun row tho soul-in
spiring drams ol UM Hundred ' wero
botne on the brecza lo many listening ears
the chimes ol old Trinity, rung by Albert
Mcb-lnhn, Jr., furnishing the music. The
following program was gone through with:
"Old Hundred," "lluil Columbia,"
'Yankeo l)oodle," "Centennial March,'
"Columbia, the Gem of the (Man,
"America," "Tho Starry King." "Our
Ting is There," "Auld UngSyno," "My
Country's Flag of blurs."
As tho morning wore along tho crowds
in the streets became even greater than
they were on yesterday, and this timo the
hurry was even greater, for ono and all
saw t.ie nccoi(y o( reaching points of
vantage from which to view tho procctwioii
at the earliest practicable moment
i hen tlio sound ol the urns calling tlio
people to thanksgivingscrviccs lu tho van
m churches, awakened people anew lo
tlio true solemnity ol the occasion.
Mil Knot s SKIIVICM.
Services were held in sll the churches of
thu city ol every denomination, votive
inr.snos being ollered up in the Catholic
Cliurch.-s, ul hich stxciul prayers will Ira
hold. As m mutter ol cmrae, tho princi-
r il services wero l M. l ain s Lhurcli, in
Jttoadwuy, whero Washington attended on
the morning ol Ins inauguration, and sunt
lur services were held in thu Church of
the Annunciation, Ihe Church of the As
cension, St. (icorgu's Church, tho Church
of Iho Holy Apostles, St. Thomas's
Church, M. Jii in Vs Church and the
Church of tho ll.ilv trinity, Harlem, all
. i .i. i i.. i i..'. i.
Ul ine i.piM-iwi num.
At St. 1'uul s thu exorcises were con-
due'ed bv Iho Kiuht Iter. Ilenrv ('. Put
ler. 1.I).. I.I.D.. Mndmp of New York.
as the service on the day of Washington's
Inauguration wore coutleclctl by tho
Hudiop of New York, tiie Might Itev.
ham uel Provost.
Al H o'clock the Committee on Slates
escoru-d the President from the Kit. h Ave-
l no Hotel, accompanied by the Chief Jus
tice snd member of tho Cabinet, nnd
under an escort of police pr 'seeded to
Yire-Flceidcnl Morton's mnlcuce. 1'liu
Yicc-President entered President Harri
son's carriage and the procession mo vol
down to SL Paul a. At the escy street
gate the party was met by tho Commilleo
ol the t estry ol innity (.hiireli end tho
President was conducted to the Washing
Ion kw, Tboehllce was tilled with the
r caliliicol snd ml prominent people in
1 Miring the service the new llrllish Min
ister lo llio l imed Hales otx'tipicd a scut
in Iho pew allotted to tho diplomatic
corps. Iho Spanish .Minister sat Hear
liiui. diover Cleveland silt in the front
Ih'w on ths right of the mlddlo ai.lo.
Win. M. Lvartt occupied a ao.it iu the
same pew. The President snd Vice-Pres
ident, whom eager eyes sought In one of
the Iront ew, ocoupP'.l me large w
midway upon the side aiide, in Ihe south
gallery, liov. Hill sal In a corrcermnding
1 wit ion on tho north side. Most ol thu
'abiiiel ollUvrs were allotted seats at Iho
bead of tho rcniro Isle. Fx-Frcsidciit
Haves sat beside Mr. Cleveland.
Following is Ine order ol exercises:
I, t'ror-rwlitnal hi ma,
it iiur l.ilx r. f lu.
a r on ia.
4. I ii. I l.-u..a, In lnUMil lllr.
s, "In iN-inn.
a hound Imnn, "L Julia IL
". Ib lKHll, W.
5. 1 nt 1 sih! nr. rr.
t A. I. In-- btr III KL Iter, It.orf V, toUer,
Jll.l.nii i4 r lurk.
in. KiwhIiiimI Iijino.
at tii rur. or tiii i:avt is
tlio disirs leadiog out on the west tMircli
were thrown eien and the disiinguishrd
roligreirstim which hadcntcreil the llr.Mtil
sy entrance, passed out llns way under
thu canopy which hml liwn streirlu-l to
tho Ycm'v street gate. Tho guests took
ii. I I i !.,.. i;., i..
i.f Ml I i.i4 n tkrifi i.v ..i-ti. wv. vi. M '
Ihe srranged program, and moved along
snort paces at a time tin toe
entire body Here seated in rani
1,t. I'.roadxsy down lo Pine street.
was kept clear, though the walks,
lioup, whuiotts and iiouetops were
thronirrd. The procession wss besded by
a company, of mounted police. Mayor
t'lrant sal In the tlrnl csrriage. President
Harrison, Vice-President Morton, with
Mr. tieny and Clarence Jtowen, were In
the next csrriago snd were loudly rheered.
As the rarriage rontsiuing ex-President
ClcWaml and eX-Prrsidrut I lives pAssed
the clirerlng was particularly marked, and
Chauncey M. Ieprw, who came In a Into
taiiisge, as kepi bus raising bis bat,
nnd Shormun caino in for no small share
The procession turned iato Tine street
nnd proceeded to the Pins street entrance
of tho sub-treasury building.
The treasury sulo of tlio walk was kept
clear for nearly n block, nnd the carriages
being drawn up by the curbs tlio entire
distance, a large part of the occupants
wero enabled to alight nt once, iliey
proceeded through the corridor of tlio sub
treiiaury building and out on the stand,
where llm literary exercises of the d iv be
gan. The crowd nt the Sublretc-sury defied
compulation, and the cheers which greeted
tlio President lisn liU appearance upon
tlio platform, under the heroic etalne of
v iishineton. fairlv shook the foundations
of the building itself.
the l'n rails.
Tho moment tho exercises nt tho Fuh-
treasury euded,tho military parade started
up Broadway from Pine stroet on its tri
umphal march, with Cien. Scliofleld com
manding. Tho parade was in threo di
visions, tho first consisting of regular troops,
cadets aud naval corps. Tho West Point
era, 400 strong, led the column, the second
division consisting of the Stato militia, and
thoy marched in the order in which their
respective States wero admitted to the
Union, with the Governor of each State at
tho head of its troops.
The crush in the streets of the lowor
part of tho city was so great as the vast
bodies of military continued to arrivo nt
their nppointcd places that it was found
iieccssurv to make a formal start somewhat
earlier thau bad been intended. This was
done in order thut the lino might be
lengthened out and got iu marching order,
thus relieving at once the pressure on tho
lower wards and placing tho head ol the
column la such a position that hun tho
1'resideut readied the reviewing stand be
need not be subjected to delay. At pre
cisely 10:25 lieu. Kchotleld gave the order,
nnd the greatest military parade ol mod
ern times started. From Pino street, the
point from which tho start .is made, up
Jtroudwuy as far as the eye could reach
the sidewalks wero literally blockaded
with iMjople, while the windows, d. sir way
nnd mkiIs ol the buildings wero simply a
macs ol huiinnitv. As the gorgeous pa
geant began to move np llroadway all the
patriotism in tho mass which bad leen
iH-nt up now lor several hours, broke
lorth. Cheers rent the sir, lininlUcrcliicts
and banners held in the hand of the p i)-
ulaco began waving, aud -Sew org snd
its innDV thousand visitors were happy.
The scenes ulong the tirsi purl of the hue
almost nr.ooAB nesruiPTiox.
The crowd was, of course, largely made
lip of sn outsido element quite foreign lo
-ew lork and 1110 wavs 01 us meiroiHiii-
tan musses, hence there were many ludi
crous Incidents natural to the occas.on.
Thu crowd, however, under all its crush.
ing and sutler, n, was murvclonsly good
ualurcd, its sense ol toucli being uppur-
ently sulMirdiniiled by, or inoto iros'rly
drowned in lis cxi-en of patriotic leehn.
At II o clock the moiiHier pirade had
reached tho turn at Waveriy Piace. The
Citv Hall and Waverly plnco stands were
pai ked almost to tin degree of sulfocatioii.
and numerous ticket bo iler wero uiiublo
to gain access to them or in many cases
even to truss tho lines. The police regula
tions wvl exceedingly strict, and no one
was neniLtted to rru Ihe lines uuliws lor
good reuvVis. Once CiosimmI, it was another
live nnnutvs) hard struggle to nuke oue a
wuv througk the densely packed throngs
on tho opiKkdto side. Hruaditav ss Isr us
the eve could was a blaze of huntinjr
and a sea ol fAce. Ilouso tops, windows,
leilgcs, tulugiapli poles and lump kjsLs,
private stands without number and every
possible) vantage ground vied with the
sidewalk rniwils in iiuiiiIhts. 'iho first
division of rcgulrr troops, cadets, and the
naval eris who headed the line evoked
applaus at vinous I'linls along the line.
lu lad, it must bo s.il I ol llio Irooisi gen
erally that they presented A line appcar
anco'aiid manhud well. Tho Ohio regi
ments, under lien. KoMkcr, wero ontilied
to sH'eial commendation in Ibis regard.
That tins was appreciated by New Y'orkers
w us evident Irom llin salvos ol appluiisu
Hist greeted them ull along the hue. At
llroomu street a careless military ollleor
was thrown from his horse, but, bevoud a
severe shaking U, he sustained no in
juries. The deiiKo throngs and pressure,
of course, caused numerous fainting fits
along to route ol llio pncosxiou, but the
sullerers were iickly revived when cur
ried to a point where they could obtain
At ll:(Vo clock iho bead of the column
turned Into the Wavcrly 1'laco arch, not
having as yel lieen called upon to make
room lot tho drrinfs of Ihe presidential
SO ORKAT WAS T II K i'KVSII
slxiut the nib Ire .wurr when the ccromv
nies there were ronipleted that it was with
roiiiiderablo il.llicinly that Iho nohco
cleared the wsy lor tho President's car
riage to rtarh liroadwsy. Just before I'J.M
o'clis k llio President m l oilier honored
guesis ol llm day were driven past Iho
City Hull stand I it open earring.-. Tho
knowlcdgu thai tbey had started (mm tho
sub-treasury lo take their places on the re
viewing stand at Madion Spiure hod been
telegraphed along tho line, and the mili
tary bodies had been drswn up In saluting
column on llm east side of llroadway,
Scrgl. Kevcllo and his squadron of
twetitv mounted officers rode, ahead of tho
President's carriage. The horses, In a
tpitck rsnler, set Iho psco in untained
tiininghuiil the enliro routo. President
Harrison, in tho first carriage hewido Vice
President Morton, kept his head uncovered
and nodded to the right and left in ac
knowledgment of Iho w ild appluime which
greeted him ail along the tine. It was
ni b a reception as never before went up
from a gathering on Pros I way or any
other thoroughfare. Men shouted thorn
selves hoarse and wavod their hula, whilo
the ladies on tho street, in windows and
on itiui'ls and vehicles ol all descriptions
waved fiam, ribbons, bunting and hand
kerchiefs vigorously. Tho cabinet olliccrs
and other honored guests were greeted
with plaudits ss they drove next in order,
but Ihe ovation accordod ex-President
Cleveland was at many points more hearty
than whs received by the occupants of the
first roach. Soon after tho party drovo
out of sight, tho procession again formed
in marching ord"r aud moved along.
Washington Sjnaro was simply a seeth
ing, bunding, bulling crowd of humanity,
As tho troops p.T"l down Wavcrly pluco
and up 1 mil avutiun. unJur the grand
arcli, the sceiiiA iroin llio grand sluod was
a nisiiuiflccnt one. The long line of sol
tliers with their trappings and trimmings
glittering in Ihe sun looked like sonio vsat
river ol humanity, slowly moving on.
turning ssldo lor nothing. As the troojs
men uuwn sui into riitn arcnuo tnoy
W'ire greeiou we.u cneer alter cheer.
On up the broad avenue passed the pa
smut with msrtisl music and stes-ly tre.ul
Ladies lurgjt toru bullous, torn dr vises and
disordered nttiro. Thev hud coma to seo
it all, and see it all they intended to, any
The nvennn nfTiiril n .nlnnilt.1 akimiIh.
nltv fnr llvt ... ,li ..I i...:. , :
..... .v.. .i.v, ,i,i.-M iu iiinpiuv iiiuii iruiillii,
nnd they took inlvuntiio of it. Into Union
equuro came tiie head ol the column. The
troops made a beautiful turn, and, pawing
by the stutuo of the immortal tieorge,
wound around the square like soma huge,
j;niiv cuioreu i-erpeiii.
Aflldisnll S'nlliip.k snomitil n tii.i.a rtt (I.i.mi
and bunting. Tho two big stands were
i i i . . i . . , . i ,
luiuuNomciy ciecoruieu ami cany lutlie n.ty
tbn rrou'il I hr 1 tt In t.ut lini Tlwi llr..ut.l..i.l
and party arrived nt 11:110 o'clock. In tho
box with Iho President wero Viee-Presi-
ueni .Morton, Cluel Justico t tiller, Secre
tary of State Illume, Mayor (limit, lien.
Sherman, Aduiirul Porter," Hamilton Kit.ht
Kldiidgu T. lierry and ex-Pru.sideiits
Cleveland nnd Hayes.
Tho Sub-Treasury stepi, tho seenu of
tho literary exercise, were tho Mecca of
thousands iroin an early hour, A 10 o'clock
it was almost nnpo.-wiblo to put through
the streets for a quarter of a utile around,
while in the immedinto neighborhood of
tho Sub-Treasury t It 3 sight-seer wero
packed liko tho traditional hhejp. Tho
stand itself was ono tins of bright color,
and prior to the arrival of the Presidential
party the various bands stationed in tho
neighborhood evolv.'d stirring strains for
the edification of the waiting thousands.
On tho Maud proper the peolo forlunato
enough to possess the necessary tickets of
admission wero packed aliu wt as so! idly
as they wore in the street bulow. Oov.
lleaver, of Pennsylvania, wita ouj of the
late arrivals, aud as his troop was stationed
in the block bDtwoca New street and
llroadway, tho rodoiibtablu warrior had
considerable ditllculty in reaching bis
horse. Thero was a great crush around
the Sub-Treasury r.teps before the arrival
of tho Presidential party. As soon as tho
Presidential party reached the platform, a
shout of nppluu-e arose bom tlio twin
bled crowd. Archbishop Corrignn, wearing
bis sennet robes, was on the platform when
the party nriived. He was introduced lo
tho President nud Vice-President, liov.
Hill, Mayor (iraut, !'. Stores and others.
Hamilton Fish opened the ex irciscs bv
fhtroduciug Kldridgo T. (Jerry as chair
Mr. Oerrv then introduced the Rev.
Richard F. Storrs. who delivered tlioinvo
cu ion iu a verv clear voice.
Cluictice W. Ho wen, secretary of the
centennial coinmiitee, w . is next introdiieed
lie read J. (i. Wliillurs poem composed
for the occasion.
THK VOW or WAStllvnTO.
HnJ As (inralt Wkiilar.
Tlic iwnnl ski .liiMltu-ft. in Air.' mm
lr rv.'ti tliv helli lijr r'riA in a sun.
Ami NAi'Sil M'lloflN Hftin el ilelMte.
J.iliuU liituil- ill IsM mel sen.' I UIUU iste-s.
rtrtt) din ini t.y the f .-s!
Ilnw pmiiil III it.v ilmt tl.iwnM on Itie.
Vtun iit iiiw er. lutu aevlnl. Imvui.
Ami, lu its utHsl, tlio Imur Ii ul luiiu i tlio mailt
(Mir thiHiulit the million mIvin timkc
Tin n-Miihiul lhl!'ii,Hi r' vli.niii .ifntr,
Tie ruli'l.il .tn'lv tin .ta . Iii-, innu h.11
Aul rireuj lij.uu buriH' bn.i'ua(. lioul HL
Hnw fr'l thplfinil ini'verr jurt
l lir .iMfix ttinli ul s teiii-.i lii-rt,
A I PinMi liu'li-r s.on. miti rviui ut nwe,
111. ili-l:.v lu 1'iiiua, l.llnri) .id I-imI
Thai ilrltre thr hiHitrti. sInmi him himnl,
libit is tru ,!.-..i i.l ,'ril.iriP. .Ilrft-tl.
Ill Hiilhl Hlite Mil i-i r li.ietillu jn.t,l, l-.fit
1 lu It suu uu i'n-ilonr. re. t i j riiueuU
( olltil II allem'.) Of :n:lor MtM
Ale h"- il i-.-Kt-l .11 ln-l.Ti li.l'l.
Ai.ne the r tint itr' .1 tiie iiiieirnliil .al,
u. I'll' uti;J ilrerilua til 4e lru' Mt ,iil.'
Tltsllk ti'Ml! 111. nii.1e'ii rji.lro s.li Jili.1,
I lie line iiiiiii o'iil ui in. ir.ei
Im. Imm.iM'I leu.', .nit in tint W nWii simmI.
( ulm lu t.iw iri-n4ihol llaw le rietluulet
III ru ef jn-ller. nnl-1 peioe,
llo mmi1.;. llie wnr.. k ii'l.'i-e.
Tsuii'it irliiv .tel -rt ih it t'-r In leit s Iri-t,
And tulp, Sliilir, UK'! M r.e lliv rule I. I jutl.
Thnl KnHiloin sriM-nni list mm?
In Imtp nf frtiii I Mini .III li rna.',
prvieim Hint turn, lur 1ml) limit, inllr.
A lnl uiw Ilivnw lnnj'tiiiij in h. rr il.
I.n t i( hl tme! mllti mie slml vohe
I..-I lliv snut .i.tiTlii.-l re.i'ii:
A eviil'in' ifii o ir dir. hut. rln .tut
Ami, dud Iw Tih1. r ste ui. nstl i:i )tt.
Anil .Ull. . Ini't Hi. .i. tii lit
MimII iinive III. hi sa ililltiv,
levins our ll-ic lilt s'l IU mM i at.ire
I limit liv uu liuu mi l uu-t.liinl bj tt.nS
Ifith.n lth Mttlrtit toll h. nnmst
Ami tmlful itf ii.. m i tU nt .1 lir-t.
T Ii. m lilt'iilm: bisnrlir. i.l s -t.irlr Ine
htn leb hum iIk miuriiv to Ihr iiiu. s
An1 In In I'nnil sml he'l. rlnr bade,
t-liihis tiiili nm. loinMk. utruT I.
W rn W. how .lit til. lltriMii:li rm h lillk'titr lllnh.
1 lio wltni. ol llisiii'ii won Id tU.i I'm i r... ol lit in.
Our (IM and t.t '- hli lie llo
Ik-iHiili liU ii.n Vlrueil.i
1'iirvhe. f r.iSL o frut aiu! I i-t stul hnve.
1 u. .turia t.u.t Bt..iuUit Uijr t& r"l Ktsvet
For. .v-r In Ihe awful trlfii
Ami fUrs hour, ol Hi. ii.iiuu'ii llf
TUrunsii the lun linnnit iinfl bis wan. Ing
1 bcir I.iUii r ViiIit tilt rrtlng rhllilren lrn.nl!
Th.rh.nin tor hli h h. prsvi-l and song lit
In Ihil 'i .rn Kfintr wmiishI:
fin tMiroil liit-nt ilruu. It. alii-n lute
1 .Ul Minn .mi su'il'i, llie rin M snu llie pine:
On.tie.ipl. now. all it,,ul,t Ivreml,
III iminr .hsll Ik- 0'ir I nlon tmi'l:
W l;U oar tirtmt tu ItMiti'ii. .mt her. end now.
Ts.eou our lips tlirvld itnU'iuiUI low.
I'or rule an I Irtt.t nnt mxyl. lieniirss
( hnM.r .ml rliiw.ii ti.th nr. iNim-ni
rouui in t.rv,iv is ru'iu iuu ei.na
(it iniljr re.1. ou rai'listnl all Uiu him
Th.n .H Ih. itn n'tsn mlllinut. htre
(1'ir iMiitit-r IIimU In .on .ml nlr.
From In. wane m in Im u Ii Alka' r.ilil,
H. Mt w Illi iu Uir rltxlr.' a rvniur) ul L
Oak Knoll, Dauvcn, Mom.
. A t flirt nnnetllllott rif tllA rentlino' tim
assetulilsgii gave Mr. Whilticr lines cheers
and a tiger.
Tilt not. ru Ai si rT w. pr.rr.wr,
Ihe orator of the da v. was the next Intro
duced. Ho received hearty greeting,
and when this subsided he Soke, con
cluding as follows:
IM liis countrymen exaitgernia ins
virtues? Listen to Ouiiot. the historian
nf .t..ti;-if i.n WnHliinirti.n tliA tliAlwn
greslisl tiling which in politics it is per-
inilieil W man iu n.'-iiipi. fiv iijuiii
i.;n.ul I.. ruidm thn IlldenendeuCO of bis
... 1 1. . .. , " - - - T
country which be conquered by ur. Ho
. - . . . . . I
louniieil tree govern mem in uio unuie. oi
the princliiles of order and by rn estab
lishing their swsy." Ileur Lord Krsklne,
the most famous of Lnghsli sdvM stos:
"You are the ouiy b.'lng lor whom 1 have
an awlu) reverctyo." lleaiember the
trlbuto of Charles Jamea Fox, thu greatest
parliamentary orslor who ever swayed the
llntlsh House ol Commons: "Illustrious
man, before whom all borrowed greatness
inks into insiynlflesnce," Contemplate
the character of 1-ord ItrOughatn, pre-eminent
ftir two generations In every depar'.
ne nt ol human activity and thought, and
"f eallawtd Nlalb I'aie.
A GRAND WIND UP.
Nothing Can Dampon Memphis Pluck
Bain or Shins, tho Publlo Will Tako
In the Ilaosj.
Tho Sport Yesterday of a Charac
ter to Enthuso tho Spsstatora.
DeLonf Capturos tho Grand Stand
With a Beautiful Rues.
Keavono Throws Mud In the Faoe of
Boodler and Brown Prlnosss and
Wins In a Qallop-Vulol
Makss Sveryhody Happy.
It ruined nil night Monday nnd the track
yesterday was deep in mud. The wind
blew cold from tlio North and spring
overcoats were in domnnd, hut this did
tot deter tho public from coining out in
force and the spring meeting wound up In
n blaza of glory. Scrittuhes were, plentiful,
no much so that tho first aud filth races
were declared o!T. Tho belting, however,
continued to be spirited in each event, al
tliou;li the fields were as rulo small.
In the cotton factor's r.ie.i for two year
olds them wero but three starlets and Miss
lie! I was S'dected by thu talent to carry
their money. P.luruey Stone had lots ol
supmirters, on the theory that ho might
outlaid the others in tlio mil 1. Tho post
(kIIs wero even Miss Hell, 8 to 5 Itluniey
Stono, 11 U 1 I.0im lliin Tne race was
never in doubt. .Mum 1WII Juinp -d out
in the lend, was never bended and won
handily by two lengths Iroin I'.lurney
Stone, who was ten lengths in trout of Lena
Tho third no was s ood belting nice.
Everything was scratched but lioodVr and
the P.rowu Princess, mid al llie eleventh
hour Kueveim slipHd in. The betting
wiui II lo 10 keeveiu, to 1 brown Priit
cewt, lo 1 Moodier. Keevena gol ttwav
with tiie inn k nnd led passing ihe stand,
Mrown 1'riucess two lengths btdiiild. Al
the hull mile all closvd up uud ii bluiiket
might have covered llio I no. Keeveita
bad a b ill lengdi the IksiI of It in the
stretch nud won roinovrhst easily by two
leiiL'ilis from Moodier, who was a length ill
front of Mrown Princess.
In Ihe fourth raco tho lal -tit could see
nothing but LitlerpriHe and Helena. Tho
former started at 4 In I, but was hacked
down to j lo '2, while Helena ruled nt II to
I. The start was delayed by Ivonl (.irtsv
venor, who ieir.il hii.I nitn isl threw his
Jock. After three nlteuits Mieridim gol
them till in good sti.t
.ip. It.td U'td first,
Vuginin sen. nl.
Round ug Ibu fin-t turn Hattie
II look comniatid. lollowed by Hel
ena second, Red i'f thirl. At tha
ha.f mile ll"leua pus-ed ll.tltle I, Itetl
la-ul closo up. In the lie' .1 retell they
wero nil s'ritng out in Indian llie, Hattie
I s leligih slleal of ll.,eiis, lied ia'llf
three leliuths Isdimd. lo thn stretch
Helena bad Ihe best of it. with Hattie I)
at her s eldle ijirths and l '.iilurprio Im'sii
tifully ridden bv lehnu n letigtlt be
hind. After a driving linisli F.ulcrpri
pis-ed under Iho wird u b ilf length iu
Irmt nl Helena, who Uulllultij I it ni i
lor tin) place.
'1 he stecplcch isc was declared of and tlu
lust t am was given li;i a cinch lift-MimiI-jnk,
who was tiled ns a grcut in is, I bor.o.
I'iiete w:is a bir pbiiiu.i on blm snd be
sold at III to 11 HteiiliKi llm wliobt held III
tho aitct.ou poms, whilii in Ihe honk the
last mlds were 4 lo S on. TIcshi w ho saw
Void win in the mud April l:l with l7
pjtiuds up, three-fourths of n mile, in Ll'.l.
over tho (rack, backed lii u from S In I
dow n b 'i lo 1.
Knu'lcwood git tlle'sbirt, followed by
llooijiek, who was lapMs bv M.iyW.
Iwjllti.lllig tliu turn ILhuj ick led, followed
by liliglewissl ait'oud, .M.I) W third. In
the back stretch llootjot k snll led. hotly
pursued bv Nu More, with Lnglewood
running easily a Icntflli in I Im rear. In
llie stretch it was Hoot jack, No Mure and
Vulci, the latter coming strong. At the
liui-li Volici won by a length Irom Moot-
ick, who was a neck in front of No Mora
Thus ended meeting unprecedented In
Iho foiitu in Kjnt of alteiidauee, belling
and generally satisfactory rc-ulis.
Meinplil J.- k.r I lull n rliK m i llnj. Votilrnm
rr l'nrk. Mi'tuulil. ieim , rlcl'Ul il.i), lon-lar,
April .ii, wi Wi-iIIht Utr, In. (el. .IU'IiiUhkw
i.i.n. Jiulirt-.. Ilnitiml Orv'll. imue. I.ee.
anl tieo .rii"l'l 1 1nn rs.W il. W llliuniain ami
Mil'-') To.n.ii'l. ol I mi. 1... k 1 1 rk ol I uiirm,
I.. I', rj.ki.1. huiu-r. J u. rle-r.'Uu.
IIIWT I1H H -IIKNIIV IJOII ITItSK.
Purw t i.i. ol wlil h 1 .1 to .i.i.l sml I.. M i
I hml ror ail . M.M il. il llie-. r,r.i.ll.
a I". i-l 4 ill..: II lour )i .r .-!. allowvd 1 Uu.
1 hn. ipinrten ol a mil.
'ih. .In, rm-v Wms ilnlnrrd nfr sll Ihr horrs
rlili-re I hshiR llei'lnfl ri'Vl I lllln. Ihv rait.
hi'ii; e.pilrv tnn hoiwa to uil or mi raro.
hKfOllt II Al It stToN fAITOKS.
I'linv I nf wlileh ti Minml ami I'V In
ttilrd. I hi two jri-.r ohU. Witei -r. of l-v hirri'd.
1 iiohi li.ilne run uiifiLwsl ailo.il e miiiiii.
III., tflith.ol s mil..
A. . Si'M.mn A Cu ik t MM Istllr, t'T Trln e
I h.irlii' l.lumtln IIV . . .....Arn.roii I
Sl.'-a Unuh-ij .rii. e. Itl.ruer Mum, hy IUsiih-v-
Ioiii.I IIS ..Ovriliill J
W. II. Wiillniuaon's rb. I. bin, hy Kins'
Ijii Una olu.r Hit lieruek I
ru-ninir -Vl Ihiie .vn I'-'s llm 4 lo I,
lllarnc; Momi 7 lo t, Ku pU'" liiins.
Tllllllt ACI5 -OTTo!l Itl'VLOs' IMXIllrAP.
Ah4nl.in tsk. Iir ihrri- r'. 'l' liriiirime
In s-i.iiii-iiir tlu uiiuiliMtlo I. wi'h St.'. ait ttduii.l
In atari: ft. S'll'"l, ol . bell l.oi in Miguel, aiul
I mi lo tliit'l. W liriil. in I suu'inoil I'r In rl. k
p n. two U-yi l..,r. Ih. r " ' wlih twrulr
Ulur tiihw rtptlnut. On. .til an i ulilli mil.
R. TurkiTt rh. I. Krevrnl, I'r F.ulrrr ntllh.
Mini.. i Ift.trti.-e I
II J. 1 roarer's I'U. O. Iloudwt, hf 14.'ilr.T Itrl
l'r, m oi.rton 1
llrrrrwrrti ft. I.l. ,r. f Hri'"U I'lllMft.. h
I'rluet Ihsrlie .N.nnlo IU.. . ll'.llljl..i.U.m I
roi iiTii srr iim'ai. rti st t ttmrAKiiti.
I'nrwi vvt, ,l whlrh 7S i i-uml and 1 lo
Ultra. For horw Ihmi al Utt i.i im llnra
riiirn-t to lir.,l. f,,r ii.imi. WiniiiUlurssa.il
otimla irT fur eai h 1 10 On.' .II"
)'. orrhrsn't b, g. .ui'imat, s, hjr Ktiqulrrr.
T.illrcf .7. ..... I'l'lxii.s I
null Allmlrl.krs b. ni. IkLns. 1 hrllwh r
All Ititi rpori', lot, . I'.i lens'kJ
D. Waldo's ). la. Ilaltle l, . If ll) ' ' .
W ard, il,.....,... Mnnahan I
lfl (3miTii(,r i'S'Vl'i' Is I'M, lli-l IeilW,
Cutiutr IU elm rau.
lb ttliisj ft to a fcaterptiM iinllit, i to6rtae.
Iar. liruirrmir. 4 lu I .r.lM. i i pi"'. "'"I
luf S to I alralrht. 1 Ui I p!. .'' t minii-s It lo I
muibt, t In n'axe. Il.'i na I I urslirhl. .o n
lurrs. Hani It, ) ti I plw., it 1 1 l'l Vlisiuia ft
lot lr.lvbmiul piaee.
rirni sa umisxisv it wins cowrtfir.
Flint vm. nt wklrh VI I" rfHi'l ami I." In
IhlrJ; a hinllraip au-eiih. h.-s. li' 'l s-" f""
IiimIo clirw al uitial bom l f!i" ralunlajr,
April ). Wrluhiaand 6- l.n spies' si
uund botirnf eliwlni Motel o . A .r 1 1 .1
rliort niurMi, slmui imm inttt'ii'l 'H l"l,'l((
1 bis tare was tliiUrrd oil.
SIXTH HAt IKrogMAXIlV coNKd.ATlox
M asr.rt l is" "-. , ... ,
f-umo f:i. ol hi, h T . le ..n I. ' I '
llilrd. uf buiwt tbeihsio t 'H t ii'i ( mil
mrolltitr: ssio. uelRht for stto. Altowsneea: Two
pnnmlx eaeli $lim in M i; 4 potuula en. h finoiina.
Atlillliotinl iillnwAiiees: lleuieu nun wluuers t tlio
nieeliiia, i pounds vac a lltuo U-ston. 1'lvv lur.
.k Tlintt.-rlake't b. c., Voicl, , by Voltiimn-
KoisiiH. pis llleht rtH k I
T. O'llsru's It h.,lltsitjiii'k,a, liybi nd xiwers Nellie
t-tnll'oril, Ul.' iHTlinr.ly 3
llismrin Mnhle't h. h , No More, I , b lit. nutek-
Jlury .Multuie, Mi ; Movers 3
Kngtcuood S7, M y IttU, iHuttey O.1V1 111, alio
Iieiihia IksaJ'iok I to S simlidit, no plntv; Ptnl
le.vOnki.Mo I -titUlit. '.'to I plntv: Siilil 'J to I
HRiUlit, ho pliuv: No More I'i lit I tir.ilsllt.4l.il
pliitf: Kimli itsl 7 In 1 straight, a to 2 plnco; Mity
V i to I .infill, 2 to I plu.'O.
A llrilllnnl Miiee.se.
Tiik Appeal takes this occitsloti to con
gratulate the Memphis Jockey Club upon
tho unexampled succcsi of the spring
meeting of 1SMI. There bus never been
anything liko it In the South. Proud
Church, the veteran correspondent of Sf At'
fpirit 1 the 'J iuin, hays it is the best meet
ing ho ever witnessed in the South, nnd
Mr. Joe I'llmiiu, of Kocho ttt Co,t Ismk
makers, says the betting was better than
at any time in his experience in tho West.
Ho thinks there is more money to the
sijiuiro foot in Memphis than in any town
in the South, and ho is undeniably right,
Tho meeting has been a brilliant tttu'eess
from start to finish, Tho bookmakers are
pleased, the horsemen uro plensud, tho
public is pleased and Ihe town is many
thousands richer. Mr. Kd. Corrig.tu, that
staunch friend of thu Memphis track, says
ho bus never seen such attendance hern,
anil everybody agrees with him. Presi
dent Arnold, 'Secretary Hoes, Ntm Tale,
Jr., of tho Fxeculivo I'oinniillee, and the
old reliable Ston.y Montirouit-ry are here
with congruttiluied iimiii their success, and
long inuy they live and prosper.
The Hare al It I lly.
AVasihsutok. April 3'.). Tito closing of
the (iovernmi'iit departments resulted in
a largo crowd at the races lo-d ty. A tlrix
xling rain fell at intervulsduring tlio entire
day. The track was quite heavy but the
light ruin laid t'.w dust and tho time, all
things consider!, was very fuir.
riHsr it u k.
Fix Furlongs. StnUsst: Pocatello, Sal
vini, Annie Claire, King Crab, Tom
Hood. Snlvini won, plsvuiullu socoiitl,
Pocatello third. Time 1:17.
One Mile. IiesM, Pamiiua, P.oiu and
lailogis Hurled. I'mnix w on, Mess set on. I,
lelogis third. Time 1:15.
Til I lilt SACK.
Onu half mile. Tom l'inler, Tenncssceun,
Miivariiin. Jay (,ipI'.I, Kosemont. Mamie
liuntell, Insight, Major To in. Major Tom
won ill 0:"rtlj, lusight second, l'clllies
rot ltril iiacr.
Throe-quarters of a Mile. Starters:
Mmr.ii-t'iii, Wynwotid, I.'treliu, Mine Line,
Have Sand I'.iirocles. Patrtsles won in
1:18, lUs-cact in second, l.etreliu third,
Kieetiloch ne. rJUirtor Hob Miles,
Hercules, I'.lphln, Jake Khljieey, Meiil
luorti and Ki'.lsrtiey. F.verv bois loll or
throw bis relet save llureuds. who won.
FJiihin's litter ruptured bbn aud iihukilv
rotln over llie course, taking socoud
The entries dsr the race of Ilia National
Jim k -y Club tomorrow are ss follows:
Mri llteo sis l.irtn.irv Tutu Kinrii. in:.
Pin. .he VI, Isn'i'dlilii I lu. Iit-lle il lir I. a, h.iurli-ri
HI. rwill ll t.llri.il iji, Pr.maHHIUi (no Krii:lili
. . ml I'S'V o . n .' ShIU II'.. Iv.ntte. 11 ',
I an i' .. Inn. h US, It.- 1 1 I'ir.'l. lit, kins
PI.e Pit, Snlvlul mi. Ik .r .'lui.e p.i. 1 mi In.
II.. i 1 I: i'-.-ill,, .ml nut. -u.ftcljllt. rtinrift tls.
': lr..'l ',1- .ml J A II H i.
f'lllfift hii.e --etrti i-.ill'l. nl S till'. W tl.
IlierifW, t 'II. Ull..' 1. Ill.ur IM, lltulinli.'
l .. It. IS 'H, Kill' ell. It
I', I'll ...',-'.. .. 1,1 I... Iltftiml IIS. Put. nl
i-.n.li hi '.i'.', vp,.i, n Hnir I - iioi Uu M i.l, M..U
US llobiU'lu V.i all.i U'tr.-l il lllil.
Ia.ximitok, Ky., April til. The follow
ing are the enlrl., weigtiti and pooling oil
torn si row's niece:
I ll.it- -eiltiMt. ltl f'titimrs. Ha O 111. (.St.
Kn kn Iiik '.. J.il.,l 1 1: ii nut ll tl: Ii urn
sfi. M t.irios III. A'lJ.iinin it. lu lit. tl.l.l
r- tiit'l titov- lur iltrttr Trur oi l Hill'., .It fur
1'iiiss lln-nnii il,, l! Auto. Illiek leirti I u, I m
t lu rry li.o-iui I.'. I.i Uoteuita 1. u IU -. Seta
(' II.'. II. I'M. lie a ll o 117, II. r'arlailt-tiv Hi. II
Third Kn.-IM-Illun auk., t.ti. lull, ami a
ipiwr.tr. l.-lir.tio l.'l, Ititiiiin tls, rtminiil tut,
I. I M.i. k :i7. !'. Illii.i..i.ll u. fti. llay M .k
lull 111 sml I avlit. w. roliplrtl MA
lo. trtli lUer tt'liiti mm ru lorioris luwitrnre
In., r:. I.) ini-'" llri ,1 in.'. I'htlmi l-n. iNilon-a
mi. t noii. ) pu. Pit, ii. u. . iii in,- it i.l. i.u
Illlll Kiiif -ilnii'h. ,pv tin. Iii t it. Ipwn nf
Tun. tt. t.'.V. Mi !... II -iV. !: I'.i.Iii III. I in.
Iitil l'iter I t. I.v liur. P.l.n i. .n, I'toinu
iv 1,,-t tv V.. 1 1 ,,i itri -.tna lu, I.IIU MartliS tu, he
tiuw no, in Ih. n.'l.l. I. ii
A III aals l Veirllnie,
l.KXisuros, Ky., April :!). (Ine of the
largiwl sales ever made in Kentucky of the
thoroughbred (..k plai-e lierf today con
sislitrg of llm ypiitling of Woulburn, (old
Sire tut nud Itiinnyiiiodo sttM-k larunwilli
a few miscellaneous. 0.fnring, eighty
four bend nil told, brought $K,'.rM, avcrago
tTl'VJ.I The lollowilig it list of llmeo
bringing over J'l.tKXr.
lliv. l.r Hn ii'imli, ilea tlrsiihelelU; II. WotxP
wsni. I'nrit ? i ...
i". h Itiln i, 1 in V. -n: John II. nil c in, 1 1 Oil.
Iltnnil, hjr Iliril'Ml, il.uil poilr.MMft Ik-ll; I'Nlir
lino , :. .i
Iwv, li , r, iUio Vlnuorviii-, u, W. ft-nwulii.
It,, r.i1l, llltlrkd.ia l.ady of lite Ukis Im
lalel Pro... li no.
Hi, lir... u. i t liill.t, oVa Jtianlln; J. . Ilisa,
l.llt iljr. Mo . Il.u.'i.
Iii, ljr l.iiiU'liow, il.ie Hnasliull, Irwtvr linn.,
I Ii. .1rt.it, f Knlu'lhi, iliit Imp irtrd la, f
Mi. kell. Inui S. litl-illr II (ut.
lir ..u. Ir I. iiuiIi'.I.im. tluia In Jo.nully: W. It,
!:. h.r, liii'iiiifii'l: tl. u'-, .
Ii... k. h llm I m tl.iu I'prer, Julia T. bono.
I. II. HI N.ll'.. (I.?l,
luv, I,) ll.il. I, iltia l.flr Moll.'Tl Ireland llrns ,
Iiiy, bjr I'sltriln, ilnin Qnn-t Vli lH-la; U X.
rhlpin, sn nutiuitn, t .1., tl.tfm.
Iw,, Ii) litltwiui, tuna Oltriiburuej I. H. Hhlpii.,
tar, l,y I'alat'ltu, dam Hrinst Vive; Pwj.r llrut ,
Iilu'k, by lllmlnn, dam Kslli-. S. D.r-r. II,
liiau k ftil). I.) Ilill.'k daia l.nna; kuwie A IshI-
lor.l. I'.nv I' .O.I.
tUf, Ut Inlli I, il.m Jar.in.1: Pwy.r llroa., Il itn
liny, liy lliutltM, dam t-iums liojiit), l'.ir
lur, by Hindoo, data Vlorer.Uw, Ilwyrr Una,
Mrown, by HUM, asm III; Inlsua lims , l-.rli,
t lirttuut, bi lllii.l.io, d.tu Hurisa Olrl, Koat-be
t NH li'fi'nsd. Il,.'i a.
P-y, by lit I lut. data ldttrartloiii bwytr Urus,
Wllk.i Urlwe'e loele.
Cik(1x.iati, 0., April 3J. A dispalcli
from Cynthiaus, Ky., says: Mr, W. II.'
Wilson, of Abdallali Paik, lias sold to
llablng, r Pros., of New Haven, Conn.,
his mure iHS'Jcrop of fosls by the alslhou
S like Mrino, reconl 2.211, nine in num.
b r. al prices ranging from to 76t)
escli. Hublllger llros, bought Wilkes
Mrino lust year Irom Mr, Wilson fwr7,lsJ0.
Tbs f beroaee atrlsi.
Ciiicaoo, HI., April 30. A dispalth
(tout Puiica, Iud. T., Myat Gen. Murritt,
escorted by dipt. Hsyea, ol Ihe Fiflb Csv-
I airy, passed Lire ycjtorday afternoon ou a
tour of Inspection of the Cherokee outlet
His visit has special refcrenco to tho re
ported colonization of the strip by return
ing and disappointed boomers from Okla
homa. Previous to his departure from
Oklahoma City lien. Merritt caused to be
issued the following warning circular:
lr.AngCAi'.TF.us ii:i-aiitwi'XT or tiik. Mlku hi,
In tiik I'lki.n, April :".i. 1m1i.
Notice is hereby given to all settlers in
Oklahoma nud people intending to enter
or depart from that country, that whilo tho
use ol the public highway in tho Chero
kee strip Is granted lof tho purpose of
travel, it is especially forbidden that any
nnusliidl reutuiu in tho Cherokee strip
longer than necessary for rest, and usually
liol to exceed tins tiny. Meprcd ilions upon
protverly in the strip', departure from the
highways in traveling through uud any at
tempt to settle iu the strip uro positively
forbidden bv law, nnd the troops operat'
ing in the Terribiry are instructed to expel
all intruders and make a record of their
nunics, with a view of their lieing deprived
ol their right of entry ,e aid thu hint) ever
bo opened to entry.
For tho past three tlrys tho strip bus
been thoroughly aoout .d' by details from
('apt. Hayes's cninmund ami they report
that there are no squatters in Hit) entire
outlet. Since April HO, HtM wagons, curry
ing ll,"(K) Hople, have passed through
Poncii from Okluhouia on their way north
to Kansas, (ieu. Merrill will gi Into camp
for it few days at Chillieoco, six miles
north of Arkatuuta Citv.
II ri LENA'S PUBL10 LIDH ART.
The Unusual Buoo.si of a Literary Vove-
m-nt In That City.
SsThil ntsimloh lo Tho ApMl.
Hki.kna, rk., April HO. A vrur ago
the ladies of Helena decided to establish a
public library. A charter was obtained
uud the society became organitod, and
tomporury quartern were procured. The
collection of btHiks wits then commenced
and prosecuted w ith vigor and Intelligence.
Might litliiilred hook were soon obtained
by purchase nud voluntary contributions
i Im preson! quarters, in the smuid story
ol Ihe opera lioit-e, Were very simiii tliscov-
eretl to Ih entirely bsi small ami inaccess
ible to the publ:c. llilscaue.l the s,K.'iclv
to turn its attention to the const ruction ,'
an edillco Hint would be suitable to its
ptlilxiscs. yiller c.ilmiiler.dilo debste the
stsietv eoiicliitlcil, by ineiins of aid it Honi
ed by generously dihHcd citizen, to erect
a building that would itcciiiiimiMlate their
piirpisuj and be a credit and honor to the
t it v.
A lot suitable to the purpose bus been
given Iho association, as well as ll.tuiof
tin' paid up titis k ol Ihe Helena Mutual
building uu I I am it A..,, ialion, wtirlli pur.
These iloiialions llie lieiies are now sup
pleiucnling by monthly entertainments,
tho pr.s-ee.ls Iroin which are to bi set nsulu
lor a bull. bug fund. The entertainment,
which took place lul night ut Armory
Hull, wss the sot lal ulliiir of the seawitl.
The iismh i.tioii termed this euterlaiu
meiit tut "Author's ( nrnival." Among
the Bm i i.il b ill tires nf llie occasion were
Ihe exhibition of the hup graphs nf
our li nwt emiiii nt authors and hittorical
iiersou ia who have g.'iiitrnu ly rvsp ul I id
to retiuesls tor ttieir siatmlims Aiiiotig
the uulusrrsiibs secure I am tlefn id
John liiuenlenf iMiil ier, liilvcr Wen
dell Holmes, Jiillll-s it'llvtell liWell,
Harriet M-s-eher St. inn, (ieorgn Uidiuiu
Curtis, Thou ns J'u.irv Altlrieli, A nine
T. Fields. I r.ineet If i.on Murm-n,
lieu. W. '1. Sin ruiiin, licoigit W. Ci,b!c,
lien. Joseph II. Johiiilon, Mink I'h.iIii,
Frank Stiskion, He v. llobt. Cnllyer.
J it Illi I P.irtn.l, l.twreiicn Mirrell, F.U.iril
veretl 1 1. lie, Lev. Philip Mm ks, Haw -ib.iiiif,
Clni It s Hu lliy Winner, (ieorgtt
Ki iiiuiii, Mill .Nye, W.'jl. lb. wells.
Many nl iIu mi i luiin nl per wins luivu
sent words of t niiiiiii n.lation and en, 'our
sg 'liienl lo the NiiccesH of the entetpitse,
Mr. Cuble pl 'f'd nl Ihe dip st.li n nl
Ihe ladies a p irt of tint in tiiu-M-riiit ol
"The ( teoli s nf IxiiilMnna." and Mr.
Slock'o.i imparled In Iho Committeii
an iiiiporliiut iM'cret res-cllng Iho vexed
oip sll'in of "Tint Jji.Iv nnd thn Tiger."
A lining Ihe kindiy liie-augcs of cheer Slid
eneouragemeiit there is mie w hit h conn s
Iroin ll.nr.et I'-ccclier Slowo. Another
from Annie Field, who cays: "All sue-
cess to iho Wo nun's l.ibrarv Assis'laliou.
May vnti not only have a building lo hold
your books bill may you sueee.l iiii uln
vsting a love and a luibii ol reading good
For a month past honks and wardrobe
lisvtt Ist'ii nverbituled for rharai t"rs snd
spproptiale cuslumea, snd thu whole city
bus Us'ii hi a lever ol excitement over this
It I llie Intention of the nf -! n m to
liinke the sulojrnplis and insij oils the
nucleus lor a cnlleeiioii id liu.ury l.t.c-a-brae,
which, fioin their chsraeter us iieii-
caltsl alMtve, iiiiisI b.s'oino of great literary
and historical Value.
Ml SMI SHI PH CANDIDA TK4
Por Pednral OTInae MeU.II Has a Ulval
Tit Juckson PosioHlo. .
i'lif :.il I'I. pin h f i The Apii.il.
Jaihi-ix, Miss., April 11(1. A new ran
lidiite Ims IiimIo hi apMsrnuee for He-
teiver of Public Money In llm person of
I'r. J. It H. Pitts, of Wsyne County. He
I the present lleprest ntativc nl Iho county
lu the Statu l'gi.lature, and lis a food
slaaihng. He Is very strongly backed f.ir
Ihe olhee, ami thinks bis prti.p.t is for se-
curing II g'Mid. I ho oilier proiuini'iit an-
I'lirant Is ex-Msvor John .Met nil, ol Ibis
city, and II was uiiderstotxl that in the ap
portionment nl Ihiinlliccsms.lo liy In. Stitto
Ki-pulilit nns this place was sis-eia ly as-
sigind biin. I'r. I'itls says be tloes Hot
recognize this as lu any way bin. ling on
No action having yet lieen taken by the
administration in appointing a iMittinaaier
here, ami tli lljht Is'tween Mer.ee. ami
(ilbbl having been so hitler, the opinion
gi-nerally prevails here ll.at some new
m in si. mils Hie Im-sI ruanre of S"ciinng
Iho tillli e. The light is watched with much
Inter.-st by everyone hero.
Till HAWKS TRIAU
The faint of Mistaken Idantltr Comss to
Orirtf-Ihe Other Man TestlHss.
Ul Pl-patrh lo The Apisal.
MtiiMisnilAW, Ala., Apill 30. All ot Ihe
evidence in tho Hsw.l trial has Isen
heard, the most iuiortant witness ol Ihe
dsv l.'itig I'ichsrd Thompson. Tliompton
is the man on whom the dofenso has sp
psiciitly attempled to shift the crime, 1ml
be, bearing bow things were going, got on
tho train in Florid,!, where ha is now liv
ing, an I camo to this city, llesmvi'd at
ihsiq today. His testimony set at naught
the plans of the tleb-nse, lis show oil that
ha was nut in Ihe city at Iho lime ol ihe
llswcstnutilcr, ami Itisnpiur tnce clemly
proved that he could not, under tiny rir
cunisiiimcs, be mistaken for ll.twet. 'Hie
Juuior counsel have b cu urjiuUig iho. case
Ho h Fut Upon the Witness Stand.
Ko Glvos It In a Clear, Etronir and
H9 DucHroa That Ha Navar Was
Connootod With Sooret Ordora,
And Stoutly Donloa Hit Ever Mak
inaT the Bugoitloa
To "Remova" Justtcj Lnwson and
Otbors, Wuoeo Lives, It Had Been
lteportod. Were to Uave Been
Taken Ueeausa He Sabl 3o,
laiNnos, April CO. Tho rarnell Com
mission resumed lis silting today. Thero
w as a inoderiito altenditnco in the court
room. Mr. Piimell was called to give his
evidence. He took his sent in the witness
chair ami savo bis testimony iu a clear
voieo and in a deliberate manner. Ho
testilled that bo did not know Peter Do- .
luncv was connected with Ihe A mncst
Association. lie had never heard ot any
attempt being made on Justice Law son's
life, llj was nevor a meinlterof a secret
society. Although tha Into Mr, Forster
did not know Mr. Migjar was Fenian
until 1H77, be advised Mr. Mignr to resign
bis seat In Parliament, but Mr. Higgar re
fil'ied. Mr. Put noil said he did not rommunl
onto with Ford or suv Fenians In America,
neither did he meet them there. He llrst
heard of the Clan h i mel in A met lea.
He doubted that the convent Ion st Cincin
nati advocated llie destruction ul the link
between F.ngland ami Ireland, which was
so opJMjned lo bis opinion. He (lid not
leave his Interests in America in the banils
nf I'm 1 1 ami Fenians, but in Ihe bunds of
Mr. Hilton, ami a body representing the
utrtv co i,s'riiilng In America with a party
ii Ireland. He bail urn i1 bnycotling uu-
tier certain tsmdilions, but never InlimiiU-
lioil. Mr. Put ni l! foi -nt Ihe alleged inter
View with la't iiiiiii in IS' l. He said it
might have eccutred. He bud not said ha
believed that niilv fiece would redeem
Ireland lie did hot doubt that by con-
stitiitionul piKliiiineiitary action Ilia lrit.li
leiulers wnulil kilicicil. lie never sug
gested a revolution in r il scu.scd the
lueiins by winch a levolutiun coiiel
bo ell, t ied. He hat) not Ist'il sked
In sullioritJ the p.ivmeiit nl AO.tXS)
"tit remove" ulheluls.' He never sane
llmieil outrages. He didn't kunwolpsv-
inents lor thu iiininiitiiil of ouir.tgea. llo
did not approve nl a siwgcs:ion by Mr.
I .Kan Hull latl IcwisT. sir. inrster,
L' ipler Screbit v lliiiki'. Ju.lii-e laiwson
nnd hiiiiy ntlieis Ut "removed," Ho
con . I not have approved of sm hastig-
gestioti. Mr. I.giin never having ntu.ie iu
He bud never bi'urtl ropimuls tn nt soy
quitiler lor ihe "ruiuovMl" lii;eaniiig mur
iler) nl 1'jtrl Cow ir, Mr. Forster anil oth
ers, lie did nisi knew of the existence of
Ihe Invincible conspiracy until nfier In
nrn'nt iu I' VI, alien be was libera.'ed
fmin hlliiiafiihurn jail on parvile to ullcnil
Ihe fuuenil nf bu nephew in Paris. He
met in Puns Jii-iin Met'urlby and
.Messis. ijtihin nntl Hum', llo tlid not
know thut P.yme bad l. en a I cnian. He
did not isimiiiiiiileitti with Mr. Fgsn di
re. Iv or iii'iirecily while he) w.s
in luris, thinking lluil bis parole
pl'it'lll led CelllUllllliestlOIIS Willi Sfiy
nl ins Mililic:il Iii. ii.Ik. li.t bad alwsva
rec irdeil Ihe Phtetilx I'nrk InurdtTS
a. the gte.itc-t inil,le caiamity to livlamt
He bail never Imh n able lo obtain the
rtiilili si evidence coi.lii ctlug the la'SKue
Willi Iii.mi miirlers, exeeptiug unrellrltiO
s'lileinunts made by Ihe liilnrmer Csrev.
lie del hot Is'bete the stories ubout Mr.
ligilll siltpl)ilig the InvincibleS from tho
Is'iigmt liimls. The payment of A" I'M) to
Mt. Myrtie was made in response lo a let
ter UHkitiaT for an a lvsmo for the Piirpoees
t.l lliu J Jttftil snd Ijibor la'Sgue, anil not
lor Ihe puriMwe ol enublitig bun lo make
his escaiHi. lie Int. I not iho si ightisit sus
picion that Mr. Myruu was engng. d In the
Ike rrrtrullwHel Arrlit.al.
Mi mi is, April 'M liiuH'rnr William
today oM'nod an exhibition of appliance
for the prevuullou of kccnlenU. Among
thorn) prtwnt were lbs Kinpreas, Cabi net
Minl.'eie utnl uienils rs of Iho Munditeralli,
K'lchslag and laiudfag. Thu Finsror
nliildetl lo the serin es of Ids grainluiher
in Improving Iho comicion nf Hie woik.ng
cbi-fs, and slid Hut hu would strive lu
contiiiiin Ih stlempts lo slbtiil a soluliou
ol so, ial qti, .;l .ns.
Tae ftaittwNM laafrreoa,
lUlil.lM, April tkl. -The lUrlntrr TiJf
U.H states that til Ihe U'riln conference
yts'er.t.iy Mr. Kau.ni, one nf the Anierl
ran d, 'leg lies, u.ketl whether a secret
Irisly rtlsteil between Fngland and (ior
in. my to partition In I seen them Ihe Took a
and Miuioan Islands, ami that In reply
both Sir I.l ward Mulct, tho Mrili.h Am
Im. yel.tr, an. I Prince . I i.tiuin k rategoii
cally deuietl that S'.n h tn nty existed.
Tii. lien. Miiiiaut Itarunnt.
Ntw Hvvkv, Cell li., April M. Thw
Hon. William Mutuant, Chairman of Hie
National ltciuocrutic Commitlee, died at
l.ime lln. k, at P. bi, this morning. Mr.
M'liuuin had Is en entitled to bis bed but
two or three duvs, but lor tho past forty-
eight hours death bad Ist u expected mo
metibitily. He was out lor the lust time
on Friday last, when lie sat on the piazza
in Ihe sltrrniHin forsn Imur. .-sturoay no
was taken with a bud spell, and il was ap-
parent lioui Iho fust thai ho could not re
Mr. riiirtiiim bad been very leoblo ever
Silica Ills slcanes! UiPing ine cnmpni.-ii.
lie was then taken sick in New lork, ati'l
lor two Weeks It Wit Iboiik'hl be could Dot
. . . j i. ....
rcitivor. lie Int. I lieen sine io riuo out
for several wi-rks pal, up to last triilay,
and ulibough bo w is erv feeblo bo w
thought to bo on the ros.l lo recovery,
IaneN, April :v.-Crl Mora, the Well
know u musical director, is thm!. His
death occurred in Paris. Ho went to that
city In company with Mr. Augustus Har
ris, uionugcr of tho Prury Une Theater,
to attend tho Italian Ois't. Ou the trip
ucroa the channel Mr. M"'i wss attacked
bv a i biil, but ho cniiimued on the trip to
Pin is. I'poii Ins arrival there lie went to
th liiuud Hotel, wln te be took to bl
bed. IViitoiiit s ..I ill ona hi dentil aooo