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Bay other aewspayer ta the re.
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MEMPHIS, TENN., WEDNESDAY, MAY 15. 18S9.
VOL. XLIX-XO. 109
WE TOLD YOU SO.
Spokano Wins the Clark Stakes.
l no rreaicvioas oi ins Appeal
to the Result Came True.
ll . - fTl 1
Makes Kentucky Blck.
Exaltod, Far-Famed Knott
Comes Down Two Pegs,
Besides He Loses All of His Pres
tige and Imputation,
The Magnificent Winner of
Derby a Superior Animal
He Is Full of Courage, Pluck
and Ends Like a Cur.
Loses Hood and Hoart in the
Stretch and Quits.
Tbere'a a Blotch In HI Pine Blood Soma,
where That Overbalance) His Good
Qua'.itte. Whan Ha Conteiti
With Tluck Tbat Show
Him To Be a "Duffer"
Tho avengo hotting man in an Irredeem
able ass. Ilo goes to I ho poolroom nnd
see tlio butting no homo marked 1 to 2
ou ninl ha think tlio race in an gool as
over and plank) his money on tlio favorite,
although tlio best horso in tlio lot is going
bi'KU''1? "t 0 to 2. Tub Aitk.w. tried to
guido its render right yesterday by tip
ping Spokane, to Ix'.it Pntctor Knott mid
gave K'Kxl reasons (or it belief, but when
the news ramo from I-ouixvillo tli it Pry
anl's viitry Hai 2 to 3 anil Spokane 5 lo 2,
you couldn't (ind a Spokane man with nu
fleet ric light, and in ono poolroom $750
went in ou l'rortor Knott to win S-1175. A
long nu such idiot live poolrojin will
flourish mid suckers will part with their
money, Hero wa Spok.me, who in
(ho Derby let I'roctor Knott load
Ki in live lotitlm for milo and bout
him in thestr'ctch with lots of sixn-d left,
and against hiji I'rx?tor Knott, who was
spurred lill bin sides were blood v, and fin-i-hed
pumped out anil tired. That ought
to Ik) g'xxl line on a horse's iicritx, yet
Ihcju-xt liuiu they t.irt Iho best homo
K'K'S Wgging in tho Held uud 10 to 7 U
oirercd that Knott bnta Iho whole layout
with no takers. No wonder tliu stn.ill fry
horseman never has a rent.
Tim atom tlitmt Is In li.int,,sn
Wxluy in thu Ilrouklyn handicap, lly dint
of public sentiment Bud private e.ipil.il
and Fiutcrn prejudiec, Hanover is a fa
vorite at 7 to 5 over Terra Col la nt 3 to 1.
Hanover haa not started tliii year
mill thero havo bum doubt an
t whether ho will Irain, and
all the betting ou him in based on hi hist
year's form. Tern Cut! a, oa tho oilier
hand, has started and proved himself bet
ter than lust year, but it'a dollan to rent
that when tho drum tap tomorrow Mem
phis money will bo on Hanover. Terra
C'ottn may lose, it ia true, but tho man
who will play Hanover ut 7 to5ug.iinst
Ten a Col I a at 13 to 5 in a groalor fool than
thofu who played 1'rorUir Knott yesterday.
W hen the belting at Now York was posted
last night at Iho lorby Poolr.xnu souio of
thu local plungers with head, on their
rliuiihlern availed themselves of the opor
tuiiity to put on a few slug at letter odd
than they will get today. Tho ported odd
were: llannrcr 7 to 5, Terra Cotta 3 to 1,
l'rinre Ko.vnl 4 to 1, Klkwood, Kxilo and
Juggler 0 to 1, (mrpo ami Richmond 8 lo 1
vaeh, other 10 to !.. Like a warm of
lMea tho boy benn galherin around tho
look and plungiil on Terra Cotla, and for
tho fir-t lima tiueo lie Mruek Momphi Mr.
Iteniiutt got tiled and lowered Terra Cotta
to 5 to 2 ami nixed ll.iuover to 8 to 5.
At Tower A Co. 'a Turf KichanuJ Han
over urn fimt rhoico in the aurtion. Tho
following aio Tna Acrnvi.' aelortion for
today' raeei at lmiivillo and Brooklyn:
FIM Hmv Crrahtininit. 'jelr
(.it. ii. I Mure- llmll. luill.len.
1 hlnl IU-1 l l II ' ri hv, liiti
rmolll Ksir-lerr. i"nlt, I'rili- 11'ivnL
lliih Cihi- 1'iluo' llnu.r'l. i nrrif 11.
hUlb Kev Hruvdlt. llMintiMllc.
Vlr l!r-Pniro. Tu liir.
h.T.ui'1 IU'v-Mnni lxiiuin, Mnm.
Ihti.l Km-l-el. Mi.llll 11.
uuilb tmpC tlllrr. "
A 1IU III.M MIPIIOX
Of lb Har-lrntr Knoll qulm la Ilia
Mrrlrh Like a t'nr.
Frrat IH-Wli'h In Tlu Aik'hL
Ixiimvii i r, hy,, .May 11. Dnco moro
tiai tlio prido of red haired 8ain l'.ryant
been liuuibled ami iho hopo of tho Ten-
IM stenm lieen dvntroyed. I'roct'ir Knott
did not will tho Clark Hake, hut quit
like a duffer on tho Mroleh and wa out'
footed and dutxtayed by hi victor In tho
Kentucky lk-rby. Ppokano ia now c
knowledKeJ to bo tho iiih rior of tlio
fnmod Kulnritv winner and the public,
after bavins had Ita fliiffer twico burnl
by I'roctor Knott, Iim como to tho coucltv
ion that ho ran bo beaten. No rean
able cxruiio ha Ixtii offered for hi defeat,
for bo ret tho pico after ,a quarter of a
liuV) had (teen covered, and wm (imply
i beat hera'uiH) HHikane ran ttuo and kriiio
nnd did tho milo and a quarter of tho
Clark frtiiku bettor than tho big gelding
could. Kiley roda maguifleent rneo, and
had Knott beat at the heud of thoatretci,
w innliiB In a hljr nallop, with tho very
tired non of Ttilhtpoona and Luko lilack
Imtn behind him, and uimhlo to g"t
nenrrr th.in a letiijtli and a half of him
Litchic, one of Liyaut' atublo boy, rodo
Knott, but he wag put up by the ownora
beeuuso they dedarod that he could do
more with the horse than any one else.
Murphy rodo Onco Again, ond the finish
was the duplicato of the Derby finish, just
as tho stake, was Its equal to the Derby.
THE TIIACK WAS HEAVY
with sticky mud, which made it slower ns
it dried. Bryant's Come to Taw was
PDokcn of last night as a doubtful starter,
but in tho morning it became certain ho
would start. It was thought of littlo im
portance in tho race, however, and his
presence, coupled as ho was with I'roctor
Knott in tho butting, did not appreciably
decrcaso tho odds agaiust tho 1'ryAnt
chunce. The betting ring, when tho sec
ond race was over and tho time had como
for tho sequel to tho Derby, showed tho
same wild mob of speculators that it did
on Derby day, and there was a tcrrifllc
rune, to get money on ut the first prices up.
It was $43 to $100 llryanl's pair, 3 to 1
Spokane and 5 to 1 Onco Again at tho
opening, but public money was put on at
a rute that soon drovo tho odds against
Knott and Como to Taw (tho others figur
ing very littlo in it) down, and at tho closo
it was 2 lo 5 and 1 to 3 agninat liryant, still
3 to 1 ftokano and 7 to 1 Onco Again.
Tho bookmakers took everything that was
THK JlLSl'LT WAS A TILTING
such as. is rarely seen on a raco course,
Spokane being backed by bis Stable, but
carrying very little outsido money. Tho pa
rade past the stand was not given, Onco
Again and Spokano only going by to re
ceive the applause w hicli is bo liberally ac
corded crack horses here. I'roctor Knott
and Couie-To-Taw wero sent to quarter
from tho paddock, where they were
stiipied. There was a short delay at the
post, caucd by thofractiousncssof I'roctor
Knott, Come-To-Taw and Spokano, the
latter full of go and trying hard to get
away from Kiley. When tho flag fell
Coino-To-law was tho first olf, Knott
aecond, Spokano third r.. 1 Oiu'e Again
nlmo.-tt left, l'assing the stand tho pace
was slow, Spul'.ano Ik'Iiiu rated along by
Kiley, lending Knott second and theolher
two hipped. Around tho turn Knott shot
to tho front, and with Kitrhiu pulling his
head nc.irlv off opened up a lead of two
lengths, Sxikano going Kteadily second,
three lengths in front of tlio others. Once
Again thiid. Knott made t lie pace red
hot as thev raced through thu back stretch
and led two lengths nt tho half, the Held
closing up but iu tho same order as ut the
ntOCTOa KNOTT WAS STII.I. SAILING
in the lead iis they stinted around tho
turn to tho three-quarters, but Kiley let
out a link with iho Derby winner, and,
going np lo Knott, felt him. It wui
enough, and ho at once pulled Imtk lo the
others, permitting Iho favorite to lead
into tho stroteh. Then they all set out
lifter li i in, and before a dozen jumps had
liccii made SAauo had tho famous geld
ing 4)cat, and, with ouo tap of tliu ratirut
on his chestnut sides, the Montana colt
c.ime on mid snatched the lead from tho
big h!ii.e-f:iced chrstuut, who was
wound up. and quitting. Kitcliio went lo
tiio whip, but it was no food. Knott
would not rcftxuid, nud be could not
catch Spokane. Tho lHrby w inner won,
pulling up by a length and n half, Knott
whipping in, Onco A pun third, two
lengths ol, 1 lie second siring to the liry
ant bow, I otne-to-Tow, l.it, and very
badly beaten. Tho victory of SjMjkane
was greed d with
TltrMIINIXlfH (II IK in u,
and there was somo di .apixiinttncnt
when the time 2. 12J was hung out, a it
wa thought Iho race would Iki much
faster. The frj rtion.il time was: (Juarlor,
O.L'tiJ; half, 0:5:11; three-quarters, 1:101;
mile, 1: to; milo uml a quarter, 2; U' J. The
value of thcslaki'sto the w inner w rut .1,S0.
Soknna is thu third winner of the Derby
to capture tho double event and will go
down to bixtory on tho roll with the
mighty Hindoo, and that sometimes crack
Huchamin. Hi stable x-oplo on a hula
money on him, but tho bookmakers made
nearly a clean sweep, Sam l'.ryant dis
appeared directly after tho rnco and did
not again show on tho track. Sxjk.ine
will only havo Ihreo pound x inlty for
tho American Derby nt Chicago, a lie
must wiu another stako fo pick up five,
nnd with the Cz.ir out of tho way look to
have more than a chamv.
Tim si MM nr.
A summary of Iho Clark stake follow:
firte'itli r.-tn nt ( Hi 'lurk tulu- fur llirro
nMia. I.wl. nl I-.; ! i nlnitK'-, lull (.Hi. II;
ilielmiiiii.il .K mi. I Mm I, Is., mil iijr I,
I" lill'l .11-1 ft iirirtrr. ll'iinltlutlo'lt
N. AriiKir'Miu eh. h. ikin l llvdrr All,
fliilll lideriMM. Iiy J li, m. llllrHlrr. .I1-. kllry 1
Drum A miiiiu iu. . I riiHor Ku .il, i 1 ...
Illi. hli- 7
kl. Yiiihu' t. e (hii Ailiiill, II", Miiri.h)'.. 3
(omi'W 'law (ll'i ixiiel. Kiiitisui siMj riu
1 2 I .' 1 r
I'ml Oil. In 1. i-Hkniii ; vivlii, place. Nu Let
Uiik K.iliil knull lor iliv.
uriii K lil:M I.T,
lha liiit . I roKi lo.oea la 1.1. ooo
Ito.l rark rrj llravjr,
Ivochviixi:, Ky., May 1 1. A big crowd
wa drawn lo Churchill Dowm for the
races today by iho coutost botwocn IVoc
tor Knott and Spokano. The HtleiiJiinco
was estimated at 10,000 to 15,000. letting
throughout wa rather tamo a compared
with Derbv Day. Thoro were fow hero
from the West to back the Montana horse,
Tho defeat of Knott in tho Derby had
very littlo shaken conlldeneo In him. Yet
tho odd could not bo shoved to such a fig'
tiro as to Induce bai king the suptwod smalt
rhanoo that ho would bo beaten. Arm
strong, tho owner of Spokane, bet very
little if at all. lie make a business of
racing for stake and purse. With the
heavy ruin up to this tuoiuing, the track
was heavy and slow.
First Itneo McCaniidH'll bnndienn.
swccpntakc, $100 added, 75 to second, i'l't
to tlunl: ono nnto ami evenly vur In.
Starters und ixhls: Sportaman 101, llarucs,
ito(i:i;ea u tt. rtii, Warwick, i to I.
Sportsman tiHik tliu lead at thu poHt and
win ti'icr healed, winning handily.
J imo ;:.Ktt.
Kcon 1 lUico Silling; for 2 year-oMc,
five fitrlon;;s. .'carter nnd odd Kal'.i-
vidin W, li.inw", H to 1; l.ittlo KiV.iit 01
li kie, 4 t l: llappineM loi, Stival, 8 to
1; li.klicol'l, W. Juhlisju, 3 to 1; Zulica
00, Freeman, 2 to 1; Samantha 0(1, Fox;
Joe Novin 00, Moore; 1'ortugesoOO, Soden;
oueiice loo, arwicK, to 1; AIillio Wil
liams 1)0, UarncB, 3 to 1; Lady Ali 00,
loiuhnson; balance 10 to 1. Several nt
tempts were made before a start could I
liail. I'inallv tlll'V sit nlT u- Hi Novin
loading. He' soon gave placo to Happi
ness and alio, in turn, to Z'lica, who was
followed close bv Millio Williams. In a
whipninglinisli batwoen theso two, Zelie
won by half a length, Samantha third, a
len-'th behind Millio Willi ami Time
TIIK CI. A UK STAKKS.
Third Ilaco Clarkstakei: for throa voar
olds; $100 entrance, $l,5JJ added, f ;iOJ to
second and $.'00 to third. Milo und a
quarter. Starter and odds: Spokano
IIS, Kiley, 2 to 6; Once Again 118,
Murphy, 0 to 1; l'roelor Knott 115, Kitch
ey; Come to Taw 113, Finnegaii. Hotting
2 to 6 on tho two owned by Itryant
The horse were diilicult to start but
they wero finally gotton oil with Como to
Taw in tlio lead, I'roctor Knott second,
Spokano third and Onco Again fourth.
When thoy passed tho stand, Spukano
was first, Knott second, Onco Again third,
nnd Como to Taw fourth. At the quarter
Knott took the lead bv three lengths, with
Spokane second and Como to Taw last. At
thu half tho relative positions wero the
same except that Como to Taw pullod up
to third place. At three-quarter I'roctor
Knott still held tho lead hy a length, with
Stiokauo second, Onco Again third ami
Como to Taw last. At tho head of the
stretch, Knott was still first, with Sx)kanu
crowdiiiir him cloclv. Half wav ilown.
Spokane took the lead and ciuuo under the
wire two lengths ahead, Proctor Knott
second. Once Again third, and Como to
Taw fourth, l'rortor Knott, the favorite.
ended a very tired horse, but SiHikane did
not scorn to bo ut all winded. Time
Fourth Ilacc Purse $ 100, $73 to second,
$33 to third, for "maidens, six furlongs.
Starters and odds: l.iiha Hello 105, Stovnl,
5 to 2; llctliiia 105 Hollii, 4 to 1; The Kik,
05, Itarnes, K to I; Metal US, Soden. 8 to I;
IVn H 1 10, Thorix", 12 to 1; Tillio Javnes
00. Watson, b tol; Kclml07. J.Cooncr. 1:
lo 1; Wull?r 11 107. Walker, 5 lo 1; Soring
Time Oil, Kay, 13 tol; Oct 100, Hritton, 10
to 1. llettma lirxt, .Mutal secoml and Kik
Third. Time 1:1H.
Fifth Uitce I'ursit f l'H1, $75 to invond
and .5 to third, for two-vcar-ol.h and
upw.ird, six furlongs Hartora nnd od'ls:
Nangiiard 104. Mihuicv, 7 to I; lllar.o ll.ui
lilt, Walker, 7 to l; llellio I. 105, Thorps,
10 lo 1; Charlm Heed 117, Connor. 10 to I;
Vldettc 1U5, FuX, 10 Id 1; Finality MS,
Stoval, 4 to I; Keeveena I Oil, I'.aiues, .'1 to
K l l'.iitls 110, lkir.1, 8 to 1. Vi letto
lirit, Keevi-ena w.'Cond, Finality third.
It is generally conceded tonight that Sikv
kane is Ix'tter than I'nx'tor Kno'.t. A few
still itfist that Knott wis not well ridden,
und make other cyciihc. Tho show ing
inado bv tho vVtMUrn horse .has
given thu .Montana cUiuato a higher
repuUtion for breeding racers and
by n.K'iulioil hn added t) th"
lavor In wlueli l ulllormu is liel.l. All
exeu'i to tlio coiilrarv, tlio I act remains
Hint Spokano has given Knott three
pounds und lieateu in two rucu huud
r. nt i; ics ami rnni.iNii fon Tiunr.
The following are tho entries, weights
and pooling for touvirrow's racing:
rirvt U.ip-Thn rlrr. el s mile; i"'I!lii
l:..l.i:i liil, r"": llnoo In., o; li I ti It u II'. n
I ii. I, .r liai. :. I.lrli- I. Vi. i ti. H.111..1 I'M. .
t-1. . t . . 1 .1. r.ielil f.M; I III.. III!' I'll,
S Jnl.li-1. mi. li . ! .': r-nlit W. I'n. tl I li iielii r
: I In.. i:..' l !'.. V lariK ll's tl; M lln.l.
ix. rai'i- Aiiirni '.w. t:i.
Muil'l l;iie--Klvi..'lith i.f s tulle: .IIm
?ir.t..l. Mount I iiiiiiiii. III. tl : Millio Will
liim. SI; Atotl'lillt', IM, (In; Muno, U's l lUl
li tu.ili.i. M. ti.
1 iiii.l I;t- fer'1l inu' llnn.lii-ni: ono net nne
rirlilh mill": tMg-, I :.... I.H.n Ce. Il'i. ";
In. ll. IU.. ..; Ill ra... II". ... I. mini
Ik-lie. II '. .'. M,.t:i.. . I ... t.M; M D...11.I. J
tl .. -I .ii.-v vi:iauH-r'. i"1. I.I
r.rirl i l:.n' - I ili: lulli-. lnt.tnv II h.
I I'.l iKiiioian I f i, l 'I. Uilrv VI, ;.'.. Jim nc
rlllli Knfo - X. -lilnc 'V. n li:lil of mile. M
i-nnlttv Il'i, .' ; llli.l;i.;illl II .. t '. I'ruliiK l".
fll. Ik.'lltJ. ll.Ul) ls tlJ, I.IUl. U IOI, .irlllK
lb iiraal Itnre al Tnrk.
Ixixixiy, M.iv II. At tho Sringmeot
ing at York hil.iy the raco of thu day wa
tho (ireat Northern llaiidiciip, iliilancu
one mile and three quarters, und was wou
by three length by J. F. Savilo King
master. Objiftiona wero made to the race
Ix ing given to Itin-iinavter on tho ground
that los reler. J. turner, was not a boun
tido apprviitico. The judgei adjournisl the
iiise In or.lor lo givj turner an opporlu
uity to produce in imieniun's.
DIH.MINUU AM AGAIN.
Another Dtaboltoal Crime Committed In
One of the buburba.
Si.r-tiil Ii.-i.t.li lol he Apjml.
Hi km i so li an, Ala, May 14. A fearful
murder wai commilled at Avondalu,
uburban towu, last night. I'axtcr Haw
kin, a pnTt.iblo nogro woman, wa
found dead in her la-d this morning with
her head split open, her biains scattered
all over tho hod, a bloody face lying on
her pillow. Her husband could D"t bo
found and considering tho fact that they
had not livod happily tognthor suspicion
iHiiuts to li I in. this suspicion was
strengthened by evidence before the coro
ner, n-l at pro-wnt It tma that there is
littlo doubt that tho hii.hund is tho guilty
mail. If hu is caught hu will Imi hung by
mob of indignant ncgroo who tiro
searching for him, and tho mob increaw
in niimlM-rs hourly. Iho negnx- am
making violent threats, and say plainly
that if ho I caught they will l.ang him.
The fietklnii ( l.nil,
sixvl.l I).pl' h In i lie Aff"!.
Naiiivii.i.k, Tenn., May 11. The Worn
en's I'oard of Foreign Million of tho
Cuiiilxrlaiid 1'rcsliylorian Church, rloJ
its ninth annual aession at Idniuon to
night. Tho attendance was largo anl tho
program had many Interesting features.
Ilev. C. II. llell, D. D.,n( SU Ionis, pies
Ident of the lloard of .MiMions, presented
fraternal greeting fiom tho Hoard ho re
rononts the lcbanon ll'sird of MethoUist
l'.oicoiial Church and Missionaries In
Foreign Lands. Mrs. Ik-ll gave an account
of her visit to the lnnlon convention
Mr. McClurk. of F.vsniville, Ind., ma. In
a rciiort on home fields, and Mis.Cald
well, of Kentucky, prcicnled tho rnuU of
tliu work in that btato. Mimm Ague and
.Marv Murium. '( Watson, Mo., werocon
secrRled ns iiiisiiounrie) lo Japan. l'flx r
bv sevcrul ladies and reports from home
uiUiiou wi-ro roa.i.
l.slit lwn On III. Ilallrosil.
Ciiii'A'io, 111., Mav 14. A dispatch from
M:im Citv. Ia , s.iys: John I'oneiti r and
William Noliind, residents of New ll nnp
Inn. Ik-i .line drunk Situnlav, ami thu f.
nier in his drunken stupor laid on tho rail
n.ii 1 truck and was killed by a p.i-sn:
li.un. 'I ho latt"r, while ou his way home,
urjvu oil a bii'lg') nnd bruko bis neck
Gattiug Ready for a Groat Battle.
Writ of Ouster Agalnet Judge Du-
Boao Ready to File,
Ita Principal Foundation the Pho-
Other Allegations, Dut Moroly SIdo
Issues to Cliuch.
The Bill" a Subject for Many Star
Chambor Conferences, But Uun to
Earth at Last 8teps Lending
Up to the Climax.
It does not tako twontv years of Kuropo
or a evelo ol Camay to make history
In Shelby County history is repeating
itself quietly at present that is, tho his
tory of 1887; and a good volume of history
is being rolled olf the reel that is now and
of tho first issue, la is a history that
will Interest every citixen, whether for or
"fornlnst " cither side in tho contest.
There is troublo in local alfairs, nud the
trouble will increase. It is jusTnow con
fined to circumscribed limits, but is des
tined, as time Mils on, to burst forth in
violence, and tho final eruption will make
or mar the chances of perhaps more than
ono candidate for gubernatorial honors.
The contestants in this sea of trouble lire
whales, leviathans they call each other
dovil-liih when they lire angry, and some
thing more euphonious when thoy are not
aud tho struggle will be prolonged and
With tho facts connected with tip in-
lictuieiits againnt curtain prominent olll-
cials of thu District and 1'rcsident 1.
(hidden iu 18.S7 Iho public is
familiar. It was freely commented
upon at the timo that but for in
terference with Iho (iraml Jury bv the
Criminal Judge tlirso Indictments would
not liavn been returned and unco thev
were dit p-i-v.l of by a no'.le proM'qui thero
has remained a sting behind that has
rankled in more thiui una h-isoiu. Thero
has liceil no lovo bctweuu Ju l 'o Dullox
and I'rexident lladdeu.. Ivich has evo l
the other Willi uversiou. ever si nee, und
while Ixilli are biiljtilinl over with tlio
milk of human kindtiett and Christian
ch.irnv in ad el J, ciilier one would hail
with uaeouc". liable dolijht tlio oppor
tunity to pu'. an ''immortal crimp" in the
An opportunity pnnoulcd itH. lt somo
Ins n.'o I n u luunwsl ol hostilities.
Jiidu"! Hidden In binding a iuodic.il
stuleiit, named Su.ii, over t the
iuiin.il loiiti, I'ue.l the bond at
f'.'.'sl, when the xla'ntu fixt thu bund at
f.'iMi. 'i'ecliiiie.illy lliu U an oll.Mii
li ri. ! r tho law piiuiahal-ji by severe penal-
uc, 1 1 - ii . 1 1 1 1 ir iiiiwiiciiir-guon imrn uiu-ti.
Ju lu 1'iiU'h) h i I Ins eye on this ilerelic-
ti in an I ur.l ire.l tint AtturiK'V-lieneriil to
prepare u:i iudi. lumnt agaiuxt 1'rexi.l, nt
ll.i I leu. Tin) Attorn 'V (icneial t xik lux
timo about it, burnt tie1 midnight gis in
miming up nipiioriiiea, so. i uiier an Hives
li.'.ilion Mti-diclory to hiuivlf. ciiiio In
the conc'inion tii.u no cio could bo lliado
ngniu.'-t I re I lent ll.i.l le:l; lli.i1 while lit)
w.u giultv of u vio'.itloii ol th ) law. b -lore
a pMw cution c.nild hcij to l-u unntaiiied.
the facts must show tn.it not only was a
smaller bond taken than the law dirocU,
but that it was taken corruptly an. I Willi a
view lo defeat thu endi of iil-tnv. Oil
this un.h-r-t.i'idingof tlio law tlio Attorney.
Iietier.il pi lilted tituiself and would not
bil.lg.'. Ilo l''lt eoiiio reM-ntiiieiit
lowaid Judge DiiltoHe, for what tho At
t iiiey-(ii neral has sineo slijfiiintiw l
us uu uiiwairautiiliie liileilereiii-n liv
the Jillgu with the prcro;.tliv ol
tho Altornoy-lieiieral mid Ihn province
of tho (iiiiiiI Jury. I hi rofilHi-d
to indict President llad'leii and, as no one
clwi could, no indictment wa found.
lheii) wero ln.lieiiti.nis ol a storm t-xm
after thir. Tho -S.iltin.inh cases cunio up
and Attoruey-lieneriil Pi ler. wanted to
hxlgo indictments against Iho ex-sution-
house kio-iH-r. Ho im-piro'l turoo, ono a
genernl indictment charging Saltmarsh
wan tho (-mlM'ulomen'. ol a lurgesuinol
money. The other two wero (or shh'iIIc
stilus, S .'5 lltldjr'). Il.t pn-w'ilt"l tho in
inctuients to thu (ir.ind Jury. They were
never heard from, lie was not with ihn
dran l Jury himself, thai part of Iho work
devolving upon his tl.iiit, llu mar
veled that no return should hnvo lx en
inalo ol Ihn Indicimont. Tho jxiln-o
iilhi-er wero Uticgiug bun for an iudict
ment, averring that th -y wnre uu Salt
marsh's trail und might any day rcqniri
an indictment iu order lo secure a requisi
tion. I inal'y the Attorney-iieiieral went lo
foni tho lira nd Jury sn I ui:nu inquiries.
Ilo told iho foreman uud otii'-r inuiiiljers
that if tho evidence submitted was not
deemo I liilliciout hn would udduco addi
tional testimony. Tim irandJiiry declared
tho ovideticu ample, they wanted no more.
When pressed the l .r. In m nl tlm gr.iiid
jury cimipliilned of his embarrassing ntti
lu lo. line ono side the Attonuvdi ihtsI
was pn-seiug for indie'lneuts and on llio
other iho I riuiiuiil Ju Igo wus urging linn
to defer action, llu was at a Ins lo know
what to do. llu was trying to steer bo
tween Scvlla aud I limylxh and was in
danger ot Ix-ing wreck, d.
ll,i ro-ulled In an iuterviow Is'twecn
the Critniiin) Jmlgo uud the Attorney
(ienenilj the result of which wss s plain
declaration by tho Jmlgo that hu did not
pro)Kiso to sou Saltiuaish or anyone else
iiroM'Culod for stealing from the Taxing
District tto "long a u h seoiindn'lH as
naming two inemlx-rs of tho city govern
iiient) woro turned I s.- en Iho commun
ity." Ha w a not going lo see Btiyecupe.
l hings rocked a'ong until last Saturday,
when uiatters were bikuhl to a climax
by the Attorney-item ral ulleinpliiig to
force tho issues in lhi Siiltinarh caw .
Tho tirand Jury lacked a quorum and Iho
Attnrnoy-lienursl wns anxious to know
why thu Judge did not U l up I'10 coinplo
ineut by apixiitittrieiit, rs is claimed to I hi
tho custom. Thu Jii'tgo del not cam lo
fill the Jur and tlm ti.t in court resulted
iu tho expulsion of ll.e AlloriH'y-liciiiral
from the courtroom hy ju hcjal older !
Siieil from iu bench.
Monday luoimng r urt met snd tho
Attornoy-tjencMl w.h n;: i n r'-adv lo prcl
tho Saltmarsh ludiclmi n', hut tlio Ju-Uo
adjourned ronrt until t i'ui.!av. 'Iho ren
oli given by tho Jndg 'I'1 ahtclptj
of certain altornevs, . .1 tli'j other l-i-lo
think tho reason a .ti.'i, ciiu uuder Iho
Thus umtUi.Uu.l, nu I H ''X l'ul
down nsa fact that tho war has already bo-
gun, nnd only begun. Judgo Dulloso is
blamed for many thiugs, but principally
becauso ho ailjnurus caurt every uny at 1
o clock p.m., which practice, It is claimed,
costs tho county an average of $130 per
day. This, with interfi rinz with uiatters
said to bo wholly tho business of tho
tirund Jury, will be somo of tho ammuni
tion need, und there will bo others.
Mysterious whisperings wero lioarj
around the Temple of Justice vosterdiiy.
un the streets, ana In private othecs, too,
groups could bo seen discussing "thu
hill, but when a reporter put iu an np
pcariinco everyone, would close up liko an
oyster uud remain dumb ns long as nny
one wax around. "The bill" was in the
air and everyone wanted to know
w lint it was. It was a pro
found secret and, like all other
profound secrets nll'ootlng the rending
public, Tiik Aitkal discovered it. It is a
bill a long as the moral law, and tilled
with that chnsto redundancy nnd rhet
orical hmplitication bo common in legal
documents. It is slutted ami padded,
douhle-soled, nnd shingled with a suc
cession of words of learned length nnd
thundering sound, which mean when re
duced lo borso sense that an vlfort w ill bo
inado to oust Judgo Dulloso from cilice on
account of his participation us a second in
a duel fought tome twenty years ago, bo
twocn Col. loo. 1'helau nnd James llrncu
lari. It is called a "writ of ouster."
On tho surface all appears smooth and
regular, but under the bin (nee there is
much that is known only to the few. It
is said that this is but the preliminary
skirmish, the llrst gun In tliu political
campaign next fall.
The w rit of ouster was to have been
filed two nights ago, hut on account of cer
tain hitches it bus Ihi'II ilelerred. It is
said that it will certainly bo tiled Unlay.
Thoy Meet In Chattanooga Every State
and Territory Represented.
CiiATTASixKiA, Tenu., May 14. Tho
Supreme Council of tho Cstholic Knight
of Americ-i met In this city IimIiiv, every
State aud Territory in which Iho order ex
ist being represented, except Montana.
Supremo I'rexident Colcninn, of Now
Orleans, presided. Thu day wo x'iit in
receiving and auditing tho repot ti of
oflicer uud iu n general discussion of Ihn
mallei to como before thu council. Thu
rcHrtof tho Supremo Treasurer showed
tho receipts of thu general I'lir
xiso fund of the order fiom
April 1SS7, to, and including
April 25, Iss'i, including tho balance on
hand April 23, lv7. In Ixi $42.l:il. Total
disbursement from the s.iino fund dining
Iho same time, t:;il,til5. Itulance nil hand
to tho credit ol the fund, 1'i.Mil. 'liie
tamo report show that the receipt of the
supreme tn-a-urer, M. J. O'lim n, fiom
April 23, I H-.7 (jiii I including Ihn balance
ol l Kl on hand at that time!, to April 25,
is.yi, on account ol tho widow and or
phans' fund, wero j'L'l.xll. Total ills-huM-mcntx
to thu beiieliciaries and Sink
ing Fund Comiuinxioiiers fortliiiKiiiue timo
i'lJI.lOi. l'ilntieo ou bund to thu credit
ol the fund, 9M7. Tho total assets ot Iho
order, iucluiling e.utli on baml, supplies
due on axsessments callod, are tl"7,473.
The total liuhllilies, iin lil.liiig tho amount
iliiu for supplies aud iluo lo IxoiellrLiri s,
for which calls have lx n niH.le, aro 'ts,.
ii'.'i hllp.lles over ll.ilillllli'S, I,UM.
1 hero have Ixx'ii oi l pram lies orium !
mid 1 1 1 dis,olved. Tiio iiieiiilx'nhiti now
nuinlnri 1 7.S72, nnd there luivo Ih-cii
during the tiuin 45'.' il.-atlis. Tho vimting
Knights wero cut it iine l tonight nt tliu
Chamber nl Coinuieico. Thu Council will
continue its sessions during Wednesday,
lliuin luv and Friday.
nUMBHNJ3 OF TII3 UA.IU
Utatirarvl Hsrltlf l.inc a l.lae.
f pnl il lessli II Iu I In- A l-j. nl
(iiitrivii.i.K, Miss., May II. si"
I'residcut J. W. Johnson mid Hern ial
Manager J. Y. Sago, of the (ienrgia I'acllg
llailway Company, aceoinp.iuiel by
Messr. Sol llaix, M. M. Taleolt and J. ii.
It's ' ell, arrivtxl iu Oroemiil i last night.
and to-l.iv had an iui:x.rt.inlcoiifen-m o with
thu cilijin. It w niilioiinced that the
(ieorgia Pacific Company had decided not
to build a fesi'l from hero to Huntington,
hilt hud IimspiI (rum tho liuisvillu, Now
Orh-ans fi Texas limlros l Company thu
right to use that company's lino from
(invnvillu to lliin'.ingtnii. Thu agreement
prohibits thu (icorgiu Piuillc Company
(mm doing any way busim-M between
here sii.l lluiitinjton. In bu t It gives
Iheiii a lino ol their own to Huntington
with no intermediate stations. Although
(ins-nvilhi would h ive preferred In xj ihn
new road to lliiiitiugli.il buill she ueipii-ei-s
in lliemsiter liieiiime rv.idily Ix-csuso
tlio lienrgM I'd) ilie will Ihi iiiiiinp "led as
regards ua W estern roiiiieclioos, und Iki
caiiso it Is llriuly Is heveil lii.it wiilnu a
Very short liuiu the I iiiirgia Paeilie Com
p HIV W ill recogiiute tho lieeestity u( con
liunilig their route ncmni Ilie river through
Arkansas, and lusku a Western connec
tion ol thuir own.
The Wabash) I arr losstra.
Ciiii'siio, III., May II. The lorcclmuro
and sale of the Wuhaxh lladw.iv w ill tnku
plmo tomorrow. There I no nolility,
it is suid, of a pitMin'iiiont. It Is now
thought that tho npn I price will not Ixi
bid for th" division running from Toledo
to Iho lii'liuua tit In hue, and In that
event it will Ixi necessary to gel a cliaugu
In decree o( aiilo. It Is reixirto'l tint thu
Alton will bid fort I hi Hamuli il and Nuphss
division and thntlhe Illinois ( Vnlial wants
(he Frit St lmiii and Decatur division
It is Ix-llevi'd to lie certain, however, Hint
tho Wuhiixli tiurchssing committee will
take tho entiro prorty.
llatlaw-OlilrH, 1 M I My.
SirUI t l-a 1. h lo 1 Ii. Ah-"L
YoCiTr, Miss., May II. Tho mar
riago ol Mr. Will . Harlow and Mis
Minnie Olden whs celebratrd lust evening
it thu residence of Capt H. (. Ilcdwell,
tho homo of Iho bride. Tho young couple
are among thu Ix-st known in Iho sjUI
world of our city, snd each a nstivo of
this placo snd Ih.iIi c inneeied with leading
families. Mr. Harlow is one of thu moM
popular and promising of commrrci.il
piun-is, snd repre'iita a loading Mem
plus lions", while Mess I'ldeii bus com
minuted Iho hoinngi of all who know lu r,
by viriuu of her beauty, her griioi and
charm of manner, and cxcclluul qualities
t( thu hea l and heart
the fslotts K-erallaii llaem.
Ciiicacki, III., May 1 1. A dispatch from
Pierre, Dak., snys: The boom lor th"
Sioux reservation still continues, and the
tuuteiiK'iil I dairy growing gitaler. 'ine
Iirospccts nro that before sixty days the
mom will equal if not exceed Oklahoma
times. An agent representing a colony of
(100 families from thu Devil's 1-ako district
in North Dakota, is ou tho ground to ar
range for thu colony to come ut onco w hen
tho success of tho Sioux Couiinisiou is
assured. Tho fact that crops in North
Dakota havo been' blasted by frosts two
seasons, induces people to seek new homes
on tho Sioux reservation. The ferry ut
I'ierru is doing n big business, tranxferring
prospective homesteaders aeroxs tho Mis
souri Kiver. llixhop Haro( of Sioux Fulls,
airivod in the city last night from a visit
to nil the Indian agencies nud Mission
scIiimiIs on the reservation up tho Missouri
Kiver. Ho spoko very encouragingly of
the Sioux being favorable to signing the
treaty, uud regards the outlook a thu very
TUB CKONIN MY8TISUV.
It Eeoras That llu Wa In Toronto After
All Tho Irtah Nationalists.
Ciiii Aiio, III., May II. The following
dispatch, dated Toronto, nnd signed "II.
J. (ira.etto, chief constable," was received
by Chief of Police Hubbard today: "A
man who knows Cinnin slates that tho
latter has been hero since Friday last, but
that ho hu not seen him ainco 1 1 o'clock
A morning paper publishes nn inter
view with nn I'llici.il of the Canadian
Piicilic lhiilroud, whoso name ia sup
pressed, who savs that he has been ac
quainted with Dr. I ron in (or many yean
and that them can bo no mistaking tho
(act that tho "Doc." was in Toronto on
Friday, becauso ho, thu olHclnl, saw him
Itrlerllvtss l.ooklnf lur lllm.
Touonto, Out., May 14. A couple ol
Chicago detective came lo town yester
day hxiking (or Dr. Cronin. They endeav
ored to interview Mr. O. T. I.cng, Iho sen
iIhiuiiu w ho claims lo have recognixed tho
doctor on tho street here, but .Mr. Long
reins "I lo talk to them, iho detective
havo no truce of tho d.H tor.
lite liallonalUl. Iiitrsiluale,
Nkw Yukk, May 14. The disapxnr-
nneo ol Dr. ( roinn Irom l hlcugo has
greatly exercised Irish Nationalists of this
city. At thu Instance of several well
known Irishmen Patrick Mcliairy, of
Chicago, has been sent to Toronto to in
vestigalu the sluiies tent out Irom that
city that tho initssing man had been seen
thi ns lo.l.iv the lollowing dispatch was
received hero by John Deviy:
Tuiuisni, Hiiv ll, tsso
1 have made a thorough Investigation of
tho statement Hint Dr. I 'ron in was seen
hero, nnd liud Unit there is not nn atom of
foiiiidalioti lor it. Ilo has in it been ut the
liossin I lou v and could not !o Hi iuiv of
Ihn pin. i s nu ulioiied willioiit some ul his
numerous friends is-eing him. I w ill spare
no ctloit to prolxi tins tiling to the Ixittoin.
I a inn k Mi 1 1 a i:ii v.
Mr. IVvoy mid lluit Mr. Mel tarry was
a thoroughly rcluiolo man, wihmo woiil
would Dot Ixi doubted bv thoo who kuuw
Mm. MiUarrvbiis been lelegrui.bed to
siut Hkcit to rind Air'i sn I MmiW.-y, the
nuthors ol tho Toronto story, nud lutk
tltcii.'tdimv proofs ol what Ihiy have writ
ten nhoiil iho mixsiiig it. i (nr.
Itr. H. I:. Ilnlrhln.
Sxi I..I Pi-.pili Ii In 1 hu Aci- .il.
Iiiii.iwii.i.i., Mi.i., May II. Dr. 1!. i
Hiltchins, aged Ihirly-liino years, died
hero this nflt rii-ion ufh r a liueiing ill
ness. D. c.etc. I ramo to lueeiivilhi from
I'.i.m nsnlle, Hinds County, Mist., tiboiit
six mouths ago un. I had uliea ly li. e.. ion n
V.ihn d l It i .ell. II. deatii is greatly re-gulti.-l.
Ho leaves a wit" and Iwi clnl-
In n. Tlio remains will 'bo l.ikcu lo
Drowiisvillu (or interment.
Sss-lnl ...sli'h Inllio A.s.sl.
Ni.w pour, Aik., May 1 1.-This a-rtion
lost a valii.rlilo and hou ire.l ciiiteii Ihii
morning in tho death of liui Allw hilo.
For lifly-llvo years ho has been an hoinm-d
and ri'.ipeeted fills 'II ol tin neighbor
liinxl. Ill interment will tako placo
e.lnei i iv under the auspice, ol liie .Ma
sonic lidgi) of Jacksonxirl.
Ir. Ksrtnrl It IrsrH.
Cnn a.o, III., May II. Dr. Samuel
llirsrh, a prominent lea ler of the JesMi
llelorm and r.ibbi of tiio Keiiesoth Israel
tougiegiitiiili of Phihldelphiil, died ill this
city ut '.' u'clix k at tho Icon' ol Ins sou,
I; it, 1. 1 I mil (i. II lu ll, ol !ili.ii Coilgiega
Hull, this city. 'I iiodei-euni' l .Is xe elli y
lour veins ol age and bad Ix-cn in the nun
ihtty lor hlty years.
,1,-p .o. O.lrsbjf Snslilllli-il.
SriiiN'.i iki. n, HI., May It. - Iu tin Sin.
nto to I iv the unirity nnd luiiionty re
xiil id the Counnitli o on Appropriations
on s ri-x il u inn providing (or su invi t liga
tion ss to the exi. . Iidil iiet I ir luaiiilaiu
iiii tho exei utivivo inan-i.'ii under liov.
I Igiesby w.u taken up. The maj ii i ly re
port il. claied that Iho ckm..IuiiVs in
ipelioii cjinu proH'ily within the apir
pn.iti.iiis ni i hi lor in ciil. lining Iho exeiil
live man uoli. 'Ihn 1 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 V report sim
ply ilis. nl. d (rom tins npiiiioii. After
nniin ih b.itii tho luinoiily ie oit was ile
(eat'.d and the majority n porl sdopled.
Allarkril Itjr t'i-lin..
PlTrsiu ic, Pa., May II An All cina,
Pit., special savs: livo damp ttlluiLcd
James Hums, a laraier on tho inotintaius,
ill this city, lxive Twentv-loiiilh street,
Ibis liioriiillg Ulld roblxd hnn of $!''. They
ul..) xtiipx"l him of his i-lolhing mi l li lt
him lor ilea l nl Iho side il th r iiboa l.
A lernlle light t-xik pl icn In a r.ulroa.l cut
Ix tnecn thi'i ity xiheeineiiail I tin" tramps,
mi l four 'd tho gang wero capture I, in. ni
sei. -I and taken to Iho city pill. A po- u
is alter tho lillh.
lit. t'apr' 1'lltl il'sls.
Niw Voiik, May 1 1. Memlx-r of the
ropix r syii'ii-'iiiu and tlu Ameiican n.rents
ol the Into French copix-r trust w ho re
turned jculerday from liuropo, held a
tuei lin this morning nt the Hotel llriiiii
mii k. I ho gentlemen pn sent declined to
s iv iiiivlhiiig regan ling tho initilio of the
,u in. ti. oi in-led nl tho nieotiug, but it
is nn l.-M'-xid that thu leliiiiied agent
p.. "il'i d a lepot t concerning tho manip
ulate") ol tlm i. ipper m.irkut by the l.uro-
i.c.tu il al' is
III. Hrlttatlun Arrrftte.l.
l-u'P'l ru, Muss., Mny 14. Ala limet
iiigofthu Hi in del Director of the I 'al
lium. li National l'.jiik today the re.-lgiia-i.
in "f ie.'r,;o li. Clark, ns cn-lder, was
llnep.i d, 10 lllku Olh.'Cl BS MX lit IIS Ills BIIC
,r i.i.i bu appointed, A couiiiiitteu
is : (.united toctMuiliie tkc alhiiiBof the
MUST COME TO TAW.
Marshal Jones Called Upon to Tell
Why This and That Was Permitted
. In Oklahoma's Oponing.
Tho Government Wants to Know
Why Hli Deputies
Woro Allowed to Take Clalm3 Ba-
fore tho Pubilo Got There.
The Urlted Btatoa OrTlclnl Makes Ul
Report, But It I Nul Entirely Balls
factory to the Attorney-Qenoral
"The Uoys Took the Fever."
Waxiiinoton, May 1 1. Attorney-Genera!
Miller h.is received a report Irom
United States Marshal Jones, of Kansas,
in regard to the conduct of himself and
deputies upon tho opening of Oklahoma
to settlement. He says that ho thought
ho appreciated tho iiillux of population
that would follow tho 1'le.sideni's procla
mation aud that ho knew that tho pooplo
could look to tho civil authorities only for
safety und protection nfter April 2'.', w hen
Iho (unctions of Iho military authorities
ceased, and consequently In) attempted,
nnd lie thinks successfully, lo organixo S
futvo ol innr-hals at dill'erent points where
il wns supposed there would Ixi u concen
tration ol people sutlicient to preserve
them from lawlessness and blixxUln-d
- it was expected would (oili w tbo npei.lnt
ol the Territory.
Marshal June says: "I ordered from
my old, experienced deputies four lo
Outline, Cupt lUrrick, A. S. Payne, J. O,
Scvervn and M. S. Keys, together with
three new appointees at that point, to pro
tect tho houie-secker ngti.ut lawlessness
from aud after tho critical moment (April
'.".'I, where had been stationed two or three
companies of I'nited States troops to pre
serve the p.iaco up to that date, whoso
(unctions icaM-d ut tho very moment when
thu greutest d.llieulties wero likely to oc
cur, aud when thu thousands of home
feekt is, hti-iucH men, gamblers and
whinky de.iieis, who rushed from thu in
lomiii;! trains nnd prlvatcctiiivcyoinvs un
til wilhiu twenty-four hours the entiro
face of the ci'iiuiry wns dotted wilh houie
steadert' tenis nil I Iwi or lhn-u ciln s of
fiom l.i'if) io l.i.O'Si inliiibitauts, h"fn in
the diiv, proved to lue the lieee-xity of a
retipeel ihlo number ol K- uty M.irsiuls.
"At Kingllslier, I o-ilcred John Wslterm,
D. I'. Wynti, old depnti i f -x;s rience,
and u new man. lid 1. Ma.l.l. u. At Dsn
hni. ton, l or. Iti'iio, I inado im change,
ii svmg Jack rtiUwe'd still In etisrge, wbvt
bad Wsteu kx-at iteplity thero lor throe
years, and t Okhiboiiiii Citv 1 ordered i.
Ik K nonce, Aia Juliet nn I hmii Wlnu;
itlf-o ha. I nl 1 1 1 il r point I, r- thorn on, who
ha. I r.-xi.lisl tin. i,. over a yeur sn I alia
wax app.iiuied a marsh il mi iiiou:Iis ugo.
Kixiiii e ha. I In eu u deputy f. r m.i I lire
years, and .Lmes w as n;i. nnled I 't Janu
ary. At th" leiiiesl nl the nlh. or com
uiiilldilig th" tioops nt Allied for
a in. il -.lull lo captiiie horse thievce,
I I'pp iiulel a i i.ipio o( deputies
und bent them to that p.niil. 'I'liey ate old,
expi i ieliei d ih ill. i s liotu Iho Wi stern,
D.slli.l of Tex I . I ill- l II p( x ii lileii, at
the r qu 'st of all i Hi. "i o( .lie Atrlusoo,
'lopik.i ik ..ii:a l o l;..i road, eiglil of
their eiii'lo, r, lie.st ol wh im nro (ui
iliut'.is en .tan.ly pjs.iug through tho
leiiiloiy, iu n 1 1 1 it ipaiiou ol hiw!esni ss on
tho tr.iius. The lull liuinlx r "I deputy
in.iixh.ils iu I IkI.iIi i.ii.i app uiile.l by me is
Inlieli i ll. bi-M.les tl e i ig.'.l l.illiKir.iril v
upixiiiited ut the i. .pi. st of the railroad
company. 1 luliew ilnil a lew id
my ilepuliis have attempted to lilu
on us iimiiy Iriicti if laud in thu
'territory, hut I know many of
llu in have no', and, wlu.e I uistnictcd
them not tu ilo so, when lli-y saw theiu-M-lve
hiirronii lod I.) I. mil '" to 7KI -r-Milis
Nt lilltht u Ulld ul le.i.l one-had that
nuiolx r at ikliili"ioa . i.ing for the hour
ol l.'o'i l"ik tu ciiliie, I do Hot Wonder
that ooiue nl them, ileuities who weie
n ixing without pay and only there in the
inti rt-tls n( good older, t.xk the fever and
nit uipti d lo get ll huine. As to myself,
I never ultempt.'d to gel a bom. -stead, a
(.tot i f either I H.l.ilioiua or other Terriloiy
In a xi.!sciipt, M.mfial Join's sun:
I hecoi v is ubro.lt lc t i'iiet III Oki.l-
h..in.l, i ii.l I u ii n-l.ims!ie I i.t Iho f.iltu re
. irtsol bl i l-li"l iln u . He I liv the pa-ix-is.
IheP' ha. Hot Ix-eu single pel son
killi I bv ui.li in " in lh.il li iutoiy since
the .'.'-I ii.iv oi Ap il."
ll.e tepoit Is il.lled May '.I. It is unden
flood H at the Altorney-lielieral is Dot
sail ihe-l with the repoil.' and that he will
call up'.ll the lintttsli.it lor a upplemohtal
rexirtgning the Paine o( each ntllccr who
li!ed U ( i 1 1 1 it. Illel a lh-iriition ol tho
lands n (cried to by him, together with an
ii. e.Hint ol iho attend. ng i lit nmst.'inces.
I he clerks w Im were 'h-l.iiled (loin the
g.-iieral land ollu o lo go to Oklahoma and
u-sist the land nilii i.il at tiio liiithrie and
Kuiglisher elh" . n-liirned to Washing
Ion pi l.iv. 'I In-y stale thai at Kingfisher
liU.iit s.hi chilli i bad Is-ell uiadoup to last
I tiday nnd ut liiithiio shout l.tss) hsd
Ixi u ' ina.le. 'Iho tohil numlfr
of ipiailer setteill III the Ten
liloiy iia-ii lo Bt'tllcmclil is Un
llion'saiel, lu-iiee olio lillh of the whole
has l ell hied llpull. lliolorco ol clerks
now finploved ill the two laud olllcc Is
behoved lo Ixj snlliciclit to keep up the
current work. Meliy of thu jtllers, it i
said, havo gone to Iheir former lioruo to
s. ille their pnvatj allairs and will return
next fall to complete Hull entries and
olalii'sh theinsi-lvrs ixTiiianclitlV in tho
new tcriitorv. 1 he nanny ol water ho
I rn to koui'e extent overcoino by digging
A III AUif"l.
P-xTos,Mtt A.M iy 14 -J"hii ILl-angley,
doing busiin s under llio title ' I-n'cy
A Smith, has assinied for tho I .one lit of
rreditois. 'I ho iu lehtedmss w ill be lent
than lis,i" 0, although no slntemcnt lis
yet Ix-cn mil te. It i "' t1"'1 l,,e.
sto.ulle;. lit lo P'y largo tlivldripl.
'1 lie concern did a business ol ah "t J.oO.
000 a year In tho mann'.f aiiecl shove,
An Areltlrnl lt at-nnler Hale.
Ft. Am.uis, Ciil., May II. -The S'cn-
uto Coinuiht.o e l'-"'" rt-litiora with
Can id i. ait.v I Urn-this ti:t. tu x.n. Ken
tor II lie I. .. I his ii.". 1-a.lly Injured
inn cjlluioii oi train;: "r .".ill Jce f