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MEMPHIS, TENN., TIIUltSDAY, MAY 2I, 1SS9.
VOL. XLTX-NO. 117
The Presbyterians Won't Have It.
The Position of the South Carolina
Synod Disapproved Warmly.
Thoy Want to Continue to Contend
Against the Doctrine
Which Dr. Woodrow Has Attempt
ed to Inatlll Into the Church)1
Dr. Girardeau Insists On (lis Opinion
That tbo Scriptures Are Not Silent
In Regard to Adam's Creation
Other Church Oathnrlngs.
Chattanooga, Tonn., Miy 2l The
Southern Presbyterian Assembly was
called to order ut 9 o'clock thin morning.
Dr. 8. (J. Mallard submit ted a report of
tho Standing Couimittco on Fureiu Mis
sions. Tho report says: "Aflorheariuii ull
t ; . etntcwouU in (lie matter of paper of coin-
-4,..plaint iiubmittod to us, whilo finding
nothing censurablo in tho olllcial con.luct
ofoursecroturies, and irratofully recording
our indebtedness to tlio solf denying, gen
erous and ulllciunt servico of tliu entire
coruniiltce, and expressing no opinion
whatsoever us lo the personal matters In
volved, it is tho judgment of tho commit
tee that under ull tlio circumstances tbo
wisest policy is to rcuiovo tho olHej of for
eign missions from its present location,
Jtullimorc, and wo recommend that Nash
ville, Tonn., In) selected as tho place"
Signed by eight members of tho commit
tee. A uiiiiority report pro'.oiting against
this removal was presented by ono uiotu
ber. Dr. M. II. Houston, eerelary of tho
K.xecutivo Commilteoof Foreign Missions,
aruso and tendered his resignation, which
was referred to Iho Standing Committee.
Tho report upon tho minutes of tho
synod of South Carolina, which was so
wjrtnly discussed yesterday, wns called.
L'ldi r James Lyons, of Virginia, said that
tho assembly, instead of approving tho
action of the South Carolina synol in con
demning as unwise, irregular and uncon
stitutional tho action of tho Charleston
Frcsby tcry in forbidding public contending
aitainst tho decision of tho llulliuiore
UMw-mhly in tho Woodrow evolution case,
should liimipprovo tho svnod's action, be
cauitu of the fact, as uficged examination
of tho full records of tho Prcsbyinry'a ac
tion showed, tlio s called iulcrdict was
not intended to limit either private judg
ment or tho constitutional riUt of proper
discussion. In support of liisatnendiuent
Mr. Lyons began reading criticisms of tho
assembly's decisiou in regard to Dr. Wood
row' cumi which uppcarud in Dr. Wool
.. Dr. Woodrow aroso and said if his pri
vato character wits thus to be discussed he
wanted tho protection of the assembly,
or a full opportunity to dofend liiiu-M-K.
Tho moderator declared Mr. Lyous in
Dr. Woodrow nppealod from this decis
ion, but was not sustained,
ltecess was Uiken.
At 2 o'clock, Mr. Whaling continued his
rejoinder on tlio reort of the minutes of
tho South Carolina Synod, lie inndu nn
able ami strong addrcts iu behalf of tlio
Dr. J. 1. Girardeau followed In n ro
Joinder in bcnulf of thn ncliou of tlio
ChnrleMtuii preshyterv. We did not mean,
aid he, to forbid all legitimate contending
against tho decision of the asscml.lv. We
were a prcbytcry, and endeavored to slop
tlio mouths of gniiisaycrs against tho word
of God. Tho tiuth oi God waa uiiere J by
that usucinhly when it declared that tho
Scriptures were not silent iu regard to Iho
nature of Minn's creation. The opNMitioii
any tho Scriptures arc silent. Wo say that
is uii error. Wo hold that they are not
silent Wo say Hint this holy wul
created of dual. Dr. Won Irow ac
knowledges In his d Ires in ls
that tho body of Lvo was sa exception to
the oM raion of thn evolution, and why
not Iho I My of Adam? Tho Scripture
gives Iho creation of Ada in and no princi
ple of evolution can break tlio word of
God. Had wo not as guard. ans of tho
church ilia right to prolnliit tho circula
tion. of nu b a false doctrine? After all this
matter comes to the old question w hether
wo as a church are to consider tho Scrip
tures ns silent or not in regard to tho iiun
ticr of creulion. The General Assembly
said not, Ch.'irli stou 1'rci.bytciy said not,
i ami I hope tins Gcnctnl Awcmhly will nay
the same. Will this nstciiil.lv order out
111c mid hoot down this presbytery for ho
ing a liltie ovcu.-aluu iu defending God's
The question wits Called tip on the nd p
tlou of Mr. Lyons' umendmcnt t lint tlio
action of tho Ninth Carol mi i ted in con
ilenining tho aciion of t..-i Cl.nrlcpton
Presbytery forbidding the public contend
ing ng.iiuxt thn deciriuu of ll.o Huliiumro
Assembly be disapproved. Tho vote
aniiNnced, 4 yeas and 3"i nnys. m
AVccuunlwa demanded und resulted
101 y,.,is nnd "A nnys, Lvery delegate
fiom Suilh Carolina except two fioiu llio
(,'hiirleslon J'reshytcry volel no. Tho
f i mil vote to silopt the amended substituta
to disapprove the action of the South Car
olina ryuod and uphold tho Charleston
rresbyterjr resulted in 11.1 yeas and 31
unvs. Thus was in reality tlio dociriuo of
volution again mowed utider.
Thorcpoit thn sliindiiig Coin ml I ten
ii lion Foreign Missions ipcoiuuieiidiiig tbo
removal ol the l.xccutivo CoiniiuUio of
Fonign Missions from Lultiiuoro to Nash
villo was diwuscd. A motion to allow tho
tlio president, sci rctaiy and Nssisl.int s'c
retury of tho L'xeculive Coiuuiitteo tho
Iirivilego of tho II. sir excited op)o tion.
t is umleralood that the roiuovnl is recom
mended because of crsonsl dillcrcnces of
long standing existing between tlieau gen
tlemen. Tins motion failed. The main
ijiiestion whs divided. Tho motion to re
novo the coinuiitteo from ltnhiuioro wiin
tarried by a vote ol I' I yess to '11 yent.
Tho following I'lures were noiuiimteil
for thn liK-alion of tho committee: Nnxli
ville, Fulton, Mo., and ClintlnnnoKiu Tbo
tolo riwulU-d: For Nashville, V'.i; lor Chal
tauoogn. 4; for Fulton, II. Nashvillo wan
declared tho place selected for the head
quarters of tho foreign mission woik.
'1 lie Southern Fresbyterians tonight held
popular meeting to iliscms Homo Mis
tlout. lU'V. D. II. Charles, of Missouri,
chairman of tho committee on Home Mis
sions, conducted thn meeting. He lead a
part of the aunuul report oi lmco.uiuittee,
reforring to tho results which had been
accomplished during thut year in its live
departments of work.
An address was delivered by Uov. R. K
Craig, secretary of the Homo Mission
THE KOITIIMIX l'KF.KnVTCItlANN.
Aellou on tl.e Itrurt on I'r.ileriinl Co
New Yoiik, May 22. Tho attendance
was larger today nt the meeting of tho
Presbyterian General Assembly.
Tho rep.- of tho Committee on Fmlcr
nnl Co-operation in ChriHtiun Work was
presented by tho Kev. Dr. Smith. It dealt
with their operation in church work be
tween tho Northern and Southern
churches. A minority report, signed by
Jiulgo S. M. llreckenndgo, w;i3 said to
have lieon prepared, but ns ho was not
present tho w hulo matter was put over till
Tho liov. Dr. Thompson, chairman of
tho Committee on Dills and Overtures, re
ported that tho committee had received
overtures from tifteen presbyteries nsking
that revisions bo mndo in tho articles of
tho Confession of Faith. In tho oninion
of tho committee it was best that such a
request, coining from so many presbyteries,
should uot bo ignored, yet tho committee
thought that neither they nor tho asictn-
uiy.suouiu take action on tlio mutter at tho
present time. They suggested thai a com
munication bo addressed to each ono of
the presbyteries under tho control of thu
General Assembly asking them if thev
desired a revision of the contention, and if
so to what extent. Tho matter was mudo
a special order for Friday uflcruoon next.
'iho Rev. Dr. Stryker then presented
tlio report of the Hoard of Foroiim Mis
sions. It showed that tho total number of
missionaries, male and feiuu o. was 502.
The widespread work of the board In many
fields has ben on Iho whole prosjicrous.
No unusual obstacles have preveutod its
expansion or thwarted its purposes. Tlio
outlook in l'ersia is most uKsuriug. Tho
missions in Syria and India are in a sound
condition, but more moncv is needed to
meet tho growing demand in those coun
tries. Tho China missions have exiu-ri.
eneed more or less restriction on tho part
of tho government, and tho year litis not
been one of large accessions to the churches.
Tho Corea mission has been doubled in its
force during the year. Japan still coutiii-
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tics to snow k s'u " i iiicreiuKMi worK. in
llrazil a syuod has been established. The
work of tho board has been stead
ily advanced in Chili, tho United
S.atcs of Colombia, Guatemala and
.Mexico. llio Hussions among tho
American ludiuns hive enjoyed a year of
more than usual activity uiid proscritv.
Slot have been taken toward Iho moid
disintegration of Indian reservations ami
tlio hastening of new conditions. Tho
work among tlio Chinese iu this country
bus progressed favorably during tho ycur,
Though Iho total receipts of the vear
amounted to $si7.4;i thev have fallen
short of tlio-wcf thu previous year by $".'!,
IW7. Tho Women's llonnl has contributed
S-'T!! II II In llu. f. . ir l ........
,....,..vs, - ...v 4 v.. ... li-mpuiU'.
the churches are behind $.M,0 J), tho
Women's lioards iAY.) ). and the S.ibbath
Schools $l2,utxj. Owing to certain pay-
ments tieeiled to meet a readjustment of
methods in reckoning the lloaril's Finance
Committee, the total shortages rise t)
tlO.ir.si. This has lieeu temporarily sus
tained by drawing imhui a contingent re
serve fund ol some 577,000; which must bo
This year tho esiimntoi for tho fiold rn
$1,UIM,UU0. This amount has, however.
been rut down to JSjO.tKX). Dr. Stryker
in siH-aking of this re luction said: ''Tlio
woik deputed to our board is not auto
matic Shall we parsimoniously turn from
laborers that ollVr? Shall wo recant the
1-ord s rraycr? lie sure tho council of the
1-oid shall stand nud if wo refuse tho
handle of thu sickle wo shall feel Iho
'llio reii'irt was a lipted.
Tho matter of adopting clause four of tho
recommendations of the r-pccial Commit
tees ou MiNxions among froedmeii,
came up for diacusdon nt tho slier-
ni sin scmioii. lliis cluiiso nsks for ex
predion of coniidciieo in tho commit
tec and indorsement of tho manner
iu which it curried out Iho woik intrusted
Dr. T. S. Hamlin, of Washtneton. on.
Micd this on f nd.iy Inst, on the ground
that theSHtial ChiiiiuiiiIi-o refused to hear
inforinuiioii relating to their work, volun
teered by thu Wiithliiifton I'resbytery. In
siead ( honorably divharging tho com
mittee as clause lour ol llieu recoiuinenda
tion called for, ho moved a substitute to
the ellecl thut tho r-p.'ciul Committee be
ret.iineil in ollleo for uuother year, and
thai it listen In the infoiin moil iu ikih
lion of Washington 1'rcshytcry. Ho
thought this w as not asking too much.
Iho Kev. Ir. Dickey,. tbo chairman of
the committee, replied. He said that the
speaker compared the results of (ho work
Uolio by Iho t reed. ueii's Hoard with these
of the iloino Misiioiis F.i.ird, to Iho detri
ment of tho Fferdmen's Hoard. 1 ho rom
piirisonwas toinilv uiidi.r.lH'caii-s'thcl'iced-uii
u's Hoard Inbur iiuder a dillieiil'.y that
was unknown iu the I loom Mikuoii Hoard.
II tho AsMMiihly adopted Dr. Hamlin's
aub.Hltulu it would bo expression want of
coiilldeiicu in a comiuitio which they
would siw) vote to continue, and beteeched
them not to accept tho substitute.
Dr. Hamlin's sulmtituto received about
twenty veus, while there wero nearly fssJ
usys. The rvorl of tho sjiecial cnmuiilteo
as a whole was theu a lopied without dis
eiiU Dr. Dickey received congratulations
iijmiii his able did iise of tho commitli-o.
Tho Uev. Dr. Chidluw, of Cinciiiuuti,
who was 1'resideiil Harrison's Sunday
school teacher, and who was riieiilly ap--oinud
by him to bo one of tho visitors
to Went I'oint, on tho commute on puhiic
claims an 1 Sun lay -school work, reported
Hint Iho receipts for the year were j 1.17,
7M, and the ni t prollts were (it.ll'.i'.' ol.
Coiisi leralioii of the report was adjourned
t I'arvlaa Mlwl.narjr Msclvl.
Nkw Yoiik, May 2i Mrs. F. It. I'oiii
cruy, of Minneapolis, presided over the
Jisj ileiegates who slteifled the ineelui ol
the Women's Foreign Missionary Nuietv
at the Madison ripiuio I'resbytunuii
Chuich this aiiernoou. Heports ( thu
work thruiihout the country were listened
to by Ileum lue uu Tlio n'Hrls were
given by Mrs. fla, ley, nt llarrisimrg, 1'a.;
Miss Siiudeiliuitl, ol Washiiilyn, uud Mrs.
Crawford, of I'lnladelphm.
Ike I altwi lirrihrrH.
VokK, I'a., May 22. Tho general con
ference of tlio Lulled Hrvihren adjourned
sine die last evening. 'J he next cencral
conference will nieet on the third Thurs
day In May, l.rj.S, ut such place as shall
bo Uciigustcil by the Hoard of Hislups,
Iyifisvn.i.K, Ky., May 2i The Repub
liesn Mste Couvelitiou, to liomiiialo acin-
itiilate lor I returner, to Imj vlectud next
A tigu.t, ton veiled bete t'Ai.iy. Thu Hon.
W. O. Bradley was mndo chairman. John
A Barrett, of Louisville, was noniinnted
for lroasurer aliiiost without opposition.
Tho Hon. A. M. Swopo, of Lexington,
was first offered thu nomination, but de
clined for satisfactory reasons. Mr. Bar
rett is a prominent voting lawyer. Tho res
olutions indomo tho' policy of tho Gcneivl
Government, especially referring to Iho
granting of pensions, and indorsing tho
sentiment, "No Union soldier should ev.r
go to tho almshouse." Thev nlso indorsed
tho Blair educational bill. 'The sentiment
of tho convention favored tho close draw
ing of party lines iu tho coming contests
for tho Stato legislature.
A State Organisation Effected The Of
ficers and Executive Committee.
S'clnl linU'h to The Aient.
Jacksov, Miss., May 22. Tho Bank
era' Association met this morning in Rep
resentative Hall and organized by tho
election of 8. Carter, of tho First National
Bank of this city, as president, and W. A.
Pollock, of Greenville, vice-president, and
W. B, Grilllth, cashior of tho Capital
Stato Bank of this city, secretary and
Tlio address of wclcoino was delivered
by C. It. Alexander, of this city, and re
sponded to by W. A. Pollock, president of
the Greenville Bank. Tho tomporary or
ganization was afterward declared perma
nent. On motion of Maj. W. K. Mill
saps, Messrs. LI lis, Grillitli and
Mount were appointed committee to
draft constitution and by-laws. Twenty
eight ol tho lifty-scvcn banks of the State
were represented, which is considered a
largo attendance for the first meeting. This
is tho first organization tho baukers of this
Stato have ever attempted to ell'ect, and
the banking interest has increased so rap
idly in the State in tho last few years that
they deemed some kind of organization
necessary for their mutual benefit. Within
tho last few mouths there have been eight
or ten new luniks to open their doors, mid
several others are about ready lo do so
On motion, the by-lnwsaiid constitution,
together with ccchcs of welcome, were
ordered printed in pamphlet form aud a
copv sent lo each bank in the State.
Ou motiouof Maj. R. W. Millsam, tho
F.xecutivo Committco was requested to
elect subjects and members to read essays
thereon at next meeting.
The following Kgtaculivo Committee was
npniintd: K. . Carter, W. A. Pollock,
A. G. CampUdl. Ben Price, W. S. Joues,
J. K. Wright, 1. N. Kllis.
Mr. Mount, of Vicksburg, toward tho
clow of the meeting, delivered a humorous
sHMcli on Iho corresM)tidiug udvauta'!
of tho bunk mil deiKidlor. Greenville
mas selected as tlio place and tho third
Tuesday in next May us the date of the
next meeting. Tonight the banks of this
city tendered the memhers of tho associa
tion an elegant banquet at thu rooms of
the binge Ciuh.
TWO MEM DUOWNED
And Two Other Nearly Los Their Live
Attempting to keiieue Taarn.
FlTl.1 ill b Iu The A.nl.
N asiivii i.k. Ti nn., May 22. John
Gramuier and James Chapmnn, of Colleo
Creek, Moore County, were drowned nt
Pats Island, In F.Ik River, Franklin Coun
ty, last evening, while lUhiug with a seine.
'Iho two were member of a large party.
Whiledrnggiug the scinoGriiuimer stepped
Into water aliout twulvo feet in depth and,
being uiulilu to swim, Chapman, nn or
ccllent swiuiiner, went to his assistance.
Just before reaching (irammer, Chapman
was soiled with cramps and sunk to rise
uo mora. Harris llyroin next tried to
reach (raiiiun'r, but he w.n nlsiselril
with cramp and would have met death had
not otliet t gone to Ins ssiislami'. Marion
Grammer, a brother of the drowning man,
rMo into llm water on a mule, tint the an
imal threw him olf and he was saved w ith
great ditlicully. John (iraiuiiier then
liuve up the stiuglo ami hht was soon ex
tincL Hath tho victims were voiinu uieu.
Grammer had only been married five
liioiiths. Chapman was single, llio bodies
Tano-a'la 1 lalvrralljr unvarrairal.
hKi.l IMU h lo 1 11. Apprnl,
Ja kso, Miss., Mav 22. The twentieth
anniversary exereiwt of Tongallo I'niver
ity took plait) to-lay. This is one of the
lending colonnl at ho ! of high grade In
the South un lcr the auspice of tho Amer
ican Missionary Association, and sided
anuuully bv tho Stato. It is seven mile
north of Jackson. A larire farm, elegant
buildings aud shop and a full corps of
white tutors give instruction and employ.
Iiient lo over .'00 students annually. I ho
i-iulow mi tit of the oessiou just closed wn
;tl l, of whom I 'HI were UwrJers. The
exerci.es today iiiclu.led vocal and iustru-
menial music, oncloul cavs and ornlions
and a splendid nddnss by the I lev. Dr.
Henry A. Snnson, ol f-l. 1oilin, ils suhjccl
being "What is Life?"
Short Sildresws weia also Hindi) by tho
1I..M I If l.tl..ll Kf.ll.. fcl...U... ....!.. Ill
ol l.iliicilion; Col. J. I. Power, C. II. Me-
Ij'oU and the Hev. J. I. Harris, lollowed
by a bouiililul lunch iu picu.c stylo.
Aavihrr nirmlaaanns llaaulrjr.
Prnil p.li ta lo 1 tin A 'A
ItniMixoitAM, Ala., May 22. Bill lairly,
a workman ut Lnsley furnaees, had bis
bead shot oir yesterday morning by Jack
Mitchell, another laborer. It seems that
Mitchell's wife was the t.iusu of the
trouble, Milt hell alleging that alio was too
Intimate with Fairly. Yesterday Mitchell
bought a pistol and s one ciiilri. U for
the avowed purposo of killing luirly on
sight. Tho two men met in the Morning,
and, without a word, Mitchell emptied
live cartridge into Fairly' lies I. le-triii
it all to es, and p'roibn ing Instant
death. Mitchell ewned.
A maniit Orcrlc
fil.l Mpil h In 1 e Ap-iL
Hi ii ui Noil am, Ala., May 2!. W.Uiain
Wilson, a young white man, now of this
ntv, was srrcsled last iiight and placed iu
j ail for challenging John Vulmers, with
whom ho had hnd a misundcr-lan '.ing, to
fUht a duel. W ilsoil csme hern Iroin
Athens, tre-r, and 'nv that he wiil not
berenMer live in a c' uiilry w hern a mull is
arrested for olteriiig to defend his honor.
Ho w.i very modi atouihcd when the
warrant was scivcd on him.
Ihrjr At MPtraard.
Ul P'-lili lo llm isil.
BiiiuiM.it AM, Ala.. May 22. -John and
Jules W)lie, neciled of Ix'ing BiisimpliceS
of Itnli.nd llawe iu Iho 'murder of Ins
wifo and children, were vist 'i l. y m.irn
ilig releaH'd fiom their lote.' Impii oiiinelit
ill thu Coiialy j o up"" Hieir own incog
lintame. lioih lilt Uieu uro liA.kn.g wt'il,
but Vety pa'u.
DR. CliONIN'S BODY.
It (Is Found in a Chicago Sower.
Bo the Groat Myatory As to Hia
Whereabouts 1$ Solved.
But a Creator One Yot Is to Bo
Thoro Is Every Evidence That lie
Was Foully Murdorod.
Great Osbss Are Found On til tlead
The Body When Dlscovorod Wu
Btarlc Naked and the Hoad
Down In a Catch-Basin,
CmoAOo, III., May 22.-Tho dead body
of Dr. P. II. Crouin, the Irish-American
who strangely disappeared from his homo
in Chicniw two woeks ago, was found this
evening Homo distance north of tho city in
a sewer on Evanston avenue. A bloody
towel was wrapped nliout tho head. Tho
rest of the body was start nuked. A Cath
olic emblem, which tho doctor nlwitys wore
next his skin suspended about bis neck,
was untouched. On the dead man' head
were a dozen different cuts, which hud
severed tho sculp and Indented thu
skull. It ll tho opinion of tho
police thai Crouin was foully murdered,
and by somo man who could not bring
himself to disturb a Catholic trinket.
Much excitement wns shown at detect! vo
headquarters when doubt a to tho iden
tity of tho body was dually removed by
definite niessiures from laikovlew. It was
evident from the expressions of tho oil)
cists that ono of the first objects of the po
lice will be to have a number of suspicious
ussoitions explained assertions made by
supposed friends of ('renin. Lieut. LIU
ott wilt buvo these people at tho luquest,
and demand an explanation full aud com
The detectives claim that they liavo
been liaudieapK.d from llu) start by a lack
ol assistance from those who claimed to
know ull concerning the doctor's dimp
pcarancc. Lieut. Llliott waid soon alter
Iho finding of the bod)-. "I w ill have this
information now, or there will bo a num
ber of prompt arrests."
W IIOI.I.Y Alt llr.TAL rilll I MSTAXt M
brought the eorHw to light. A gang f
laborers in tho employ ul thn Jjtkovicw
suburban government have been cleaning
tho ditches along FvaiMloa n venue during
the week. Today Foreman Henry Kihx'Ii
and two men were working north on tho
east side of Fvauston avenue towaid Fdlv
moth street. As they nuared tho catch
basin at the corner, tliry noticed a stroni
smell of putrefvlng lla.li and ltoejK li pried
U tho Ion of Iho 1'u.oli basin with his
spado and uncovered .lie body of Dr.
Cumin. It had upiwrvntly been hastily
pitched into the basin, for the head was
u u. lenient Ii und tin1 loci aud leg were up
in the iqiemiig. Tho place where the
corps.) was discovered is mIkjuI mm yards
from the Argyll Park Station of the Chicago
A Kviiuslon branch of thn Chicago, Mil
waukeo A SU Paul luulr tad. It i hut two
or three tiliH'k from ti n lake, ami nearly
a mile from the corner t f Sulxer strret and
F.vanston avenue, where the. myster
ious blood stsiued trunk (empty) was
found on tho day niter Crouin' ills
splenrsnep, 'Micro are four C itch bnsins st
tho iiitersistioii of the stn-et and
the IhmIv was iu tho one on thn southeast
coiner. It seems altogether remarkable
that it was not sooner discovered, for the
laikeview hiIico started out to search all
tho nitrh b.tsins in the big suburb Iho
week after Iho trunk was found. Alder
man Maxwell, of the takcuo v Council,
who was ono of the seari'lung roiiiiiiitt.-e,
said tniiighl: "We stalled out two days
after Crouin' disapHaraiict
TO) SKARCIt KVkllV ( All ll-nStt
along Lvsnsloii avenue. 1 here were flf
toeii men under CapL' Wing nud a half
dozen volunleers etifngod in the hunt for
tlio body. We looked ilist through ull llio
catch-basins in tho nvl.' ilxirhoo.l of ru!jier
stivel and Kvauston a einie, where the
trunk was found, and east and
west from Hint coiner. Then we
looked throtiiih the basin north and
south along Kvauston avenun, hut
finally c.imii to Iho com ln-ioii that thu
trunk bud been left for a blind, nil I llit
in all likelihood the Ixslv had Im-cii bid. leu
eoino dislnnro awsy. We then went lo
lirncel.iiid and loukvtl thmonh tho basins,
for half a mile up an I down tho avenue
aud along llm ci-im streets, and woiked
five or six day before giving up iha
iwnn Ii. By Inoio bad luck, wm alopped
two blin ks north of Filly-mulh street, and
consequently inis-scd tho catch basin,
where tho Ixtdy wns hi I."
Immediately ilon taking tho iHwIvout
of the basin ('orumsii l: li notified thu
laikeview Police slat em, uu I suiiimoiied s
patrol wni;on. Tho bod w is stretched out
in thn Lukevlnw morgue, which occupies
the front room in thu lm ment under the
Stntinu. Ji'lephono lliei-w.-i-s were sent to
the city miIIit, and an hour nl I r the iln I
ing of the ImmIv, adozei of I'roiiiu's Irien Is
wern nt the station, I nu lliren Scmlan
brii'lurs, who have Urn liiliumto with
Dr. Cruiin, were among the lin-t tosrnve.
'I hey nil positively blriit.le d the body ns
Ihntof Iron I ii ii Mjii in 4 v 1 1 1 . latter it
was uiiiisl.liuiliy Id. .ilil'e I by T. T.
Coiikhu, Iho saloon k !; r witli who'll
Crouin lived, and bv Jsims lloland nud
Patrick MetJarty. DnrmK Ihf evenimr.
Dr. J. K. Hisiiilt. prei. Uut id the Cisilt
County II'Mpiial stall, vim was an ac
quaintance of Ciouiu's, ca.-eiu'ly examined
the body and
HO'lllVll.T IKfMI no If
as that of thu missing man. Dr. Brandt's
examtiiiilioii showed Ih . I uiioii tho bead
Weie the follow in jf cuts km I hiiiis's: Over
thn left tempi a cil f iu im lie Ion;',
tliroiiirli iIik scalp and into the rkud; over
the tell puiiatiil Uius, cut o.ie mid a half
Inches long, which ulo ui.uked the skull;
a l a cut one and a half inches long ovi r
tint frontal bono, nl th Ju'ietion nl the
h it p.innt.il, a cul tot e inches lnn'.
Among many others, I'm nl'-t who last
workml on t ronin tis'Ui d i' h' d llm sta
tion Into in the Cel. IU alel idclilllled
llm b'ly, as del thu ui.iti ho, I ir years,
b.u been I roniu's (arlor. A u'' "l bubloili
was can si si in ttm sullen I y (he IIikIiiiiI
ol the foipao. Miur.lv . i. e i thu body bod
In en rcinoved In llm i
slrw'l was jnui ocl t i i
lOtl-S l. S": ll nr.,
sum to Lie tm ! .:
tor's leiu.iiin. 1 1 , , , . .
the sl.'iiw iv M m .. .
liinl erv vi.k j t i,, ...
i itioii the
. .luces mi I
a I'T n Inns- !
. I.:, In. I ll 'C I
. . a I ei"i m
m ill liiHir, i
, ,i U' j t.ij.r ,
clubs in forcing tho crowds back. Tho
lumuii coutinued far into tho night.
Ixing before midnittht. nt least forty men.
w ho had known Crouin, had identified tho
body. The suburban polieo w ill keep tho
ixHiy ami tho towel at laikcview until tho
Coroner orders othorwiso.
Tho mini Woodruff, or Black, who after
a short tim couf'ssed to havinir hnliied
to carry oil a trunk containing tho
corpse of a w oman from a barn iu tho city
tho night of Cronin's disappearance, was
interviewed to night in jail. Ho mani
fested no surpriso or discomposure when
told that tho body of Dr. Crouin had been
found north of where tho trunk wua dis
covered. But w bile ho nppnreutly talked
freely about tho matter ho seemed" careful
not to go outside tho story ho had origi
ually told. Ho repeatedly said ii ho had
not been locked up in jail ho could nnd
would havo cleared up tho trunk mystery
beforo this time.
AI.KX M1.I.IYA IKTt.RTIF.WED.
A Itrpnrlrr Claseljr .titrations Ulna Oa
11 r. t'roaia'a A Unit.
fiiirimi, 111., May 22. Tho faeo of
Alexander Sullivan, cx-prcsidout of tho
Irish National la'nguo of America, was
that of a man horror-stricken, as ho snt
tonight in his parlor and was told by a
reporter of tho finding of Dr. Crouin.
When asked w hat ho had to say In regard
to tho startling discovery, Mr. Sullivan
"l am at a loss to know what to any. I
am horrified duuiMoundod, for I have
believed all along thut Dr. Crouin would
turn up all right."
''Havo you no theories to advanco as to
tho probable cause of the Doctor'! mur
der?" "No; nono whntover."
"lo you think that Ids promised expos
ure of alleged crookedness In Irish National
organization had anything to do with his
"Most certainly I do not."
"The Conklins, with whom lie lived,
have said all uloug that if tho doctor' dead
hotly wo found that they would accuse
you of knowing more alsuit it than you
caru to tell. Do you w ish to make any
statement on the ouostlon?"
"I treated it Willi ulter contempt when
tho statement was first mude, uud I do Iho
samn now. It is beneath my notice,"
"Then you absolutely know nothing
about Dr. ('room's death, or llio causes
that lead up to it?"
"I certainly do not, and I don't think
any honest man imagines such a thing (or
"Wh I wero tho persons Instrumental In
subjecting Dr. Cr.uiiu to the long exsm n
atloti heloro the two Justin- of iho Peine
in Chicago at which ii.s whole life, public
und private, was I .might out?"
"I don't wish to give lle ir names further
than that I am ono of them. I don't
thiuk it would be proK'r for mo to give
tho name ol tho other ueiillemeii inter
ested in the mutter without Hist consult
"Will you give your reason, for adopt
Ing such a couru lo gel Dr. Croiuu's
rec ird .'"
"ll urtiw out ol llio Palmer House coin-
mitlisi meeting at the lnim of the meeting
ol I lie lust conveniioam the Irish .National
latiiguu in Chicago. There witsa division,
such us there is iu all bodies of men. 1 r.
Croiiiu was among lhot on one side nnd
I uud others were on the other. Wn were
not thoroughly satisfied with the doctor's
record, nnd wo adopted thai means to
get at the facta. We particularly wanted
to know when ho csmn to this country
and when he obtained hi nslurslixilioo
t tiers, also his standing in llm church."
"Did you obta.n all the informi'lon you
wanted nud Weie his niiswerssalisfuetorv?"
"We got everything wo wauled. Thn
doctor' iiutwcr weie tctfcctly siliil.ic
lory In every wsy nnd that was the end of
il. Wn were all sslislied nud let the mutter
drop then and there. We be I no further
interest in bun."
"You sml thn doctor wero member of
thn Mima societies, wero you not ,'"
"Well, I can't any thai we wero. I
linnlly know whethur I am a milliliter of
the National la-nifini at present or not. I
suppose however I nm. 1 know nothing
ub iut unv other nocietie or or.le that
Dr. Crouin may have Is'longed to." Mr.
Sullivan conlinip'd: " hsvn already
said, I am hotr.ll -d lo hear ol his minder
and will do nnvthing ninl everything in my
swer to help phieij thn guilty perjn,
whero they tx-long. "
. - .
GOV". NIUIIOI.I.H UN UUAKD.
II Invvstlg' lb Late Race Troublo
In Lnlai .tin.
Nrw ' iiu.k sc, lal., Mil) 22. --His limrf
aioci''. Liliyctlo s'ei.d s.iyc Gov.
Nicholls is here and siuco Ins arrival, bus
been thoroughly posled in regard In the
facts of Iho Into troublo b"ie, und evident
ly I'm. Is the situation more serious than ho
I'Xpeclel. A number of person repio
scuting tho regulators, wete bef no bun
last evening, but nothing poilivc is know n
ol the result of (he evidence clii lie. I, Tim
Mayor ami mumb rs of the Couin it, and
number of bipincss Uu ii und farmers
called on Iho Governor this looming, slid
they asiiued hi in thai no more trouble
Would occur here, but if there should, he
would cerliinly lnk dn isivu sh-pt In the
tiiatler. '1 he I iiivernoi slated thut hu In I
hiu-ed to nicept Iho res.giiaiiuii of llm
colored Jiislic) of the I 'cue who had Ih-cii
(orccd lo resill. (i V. Nicholls has liei ll
rour'i'onsly enli-rliund by our people and
they feel Miti-lli'd that he I decidedly up
s'd In ull kinds f I.ii--iios uud wiil
en ere ' Ins owcr n ft 1 1 Intl'li'inti In sup.
Iitesn it. II" is roiiYiucxil that llm iiiuiih -ipal
ullairs of this town l.ave been wi-ely
man i ;ed, and the mIicu very ellitieiit,
and tint there hive l""U III Ii r. .ilatl ic.
or in. tiler ol any km I j i titying mitmile
iiilbloiiee, nt thu titnn llio latu (lecnoii
w is to havo been hold or ut uny otlit r
Ottuhy l.iinn A an Iter llarr,
rji I'll l'l i.lill lo I lis A l-.-.l.
Nasiivii.i r., Tettn., May 22. -laa liiu
le pilblic.i.ll of this cily tod ty received
li'i graphic Icformsti'in from Wa-'iingioii
that It. H. Montgomery had withdiawn
fi on thu conli si for the internal reveuil
i .,lh cior-li,p of the Mid llu Di .Irict end
would in.' Ins inil.i.'iieo in favor of W. i.
OmiiIiv, lalo an urpiruul for the district
iiltorm )ship. Mr. Mouigo lery has Ih-cii
r gll h'd IIS tho irnllgel Oppolli'llt ol the
Hon. David A. N (i it ii for th i p'uiiioa, nn I
bis withdrawal mid til l entrance of Mr.
irt ul.) u I'M tliu tr ick is stirui,H"d tn bo
iluo in a hint or Inliuilo i fro u llm Ad
loiiiir liaiii.i. It i kniwu that nt otie
li ne Hie I n tlib'iit wni .r mgly d.ipnH'd
In lie ii.i Mi. (inn'i,1 fur District Attorney,
a l'l a ! led mil lii u (-troiig pre-niii' iu
I'll" l Mr. Kill ii. H is lH-,ivVed Iu it
tt.u Pii's.dtut, wiioi.ig lo rvL'jguu.i the
young Republican element In tho South,
is disposed to givo Mr, Ownby a place and
thinks tho eollcctorship would suit hiin.
The Jiiimur, commenting upon tho matter
today, says: "It is possiblo that tho Presi
dent does uot want to add to factional
strife by antagonizing tho llouk party,
and it may bo that Monlg unery's with
drawal has tho sanction of Mr. 1 tunic, who
was his warm supporter, nnd that Ownby
may havo arhnucu ol profiting by a me
Important Convention of Iron and Stool
Worker To Bo Hold.
PiTTsm iui, Pa., May 22. Tho annual
convention of tho Amalgamated Associa
tion of Iron nud Steel Workers w ill open
in this city, beginning Tuesdtiy, Juio 4,
and will bo one of tho most impoilniit
gatherings of tho body ever held. Somo
significant suggestions havo been mndo by
tho dill'erent lodges, and ono of them will
bo specially considered. A proposition
has beeu made to make a scale which will
continue for two or thrco years, but will
bo based on tho manufacturers' card rate
fur bar iron. It is also proposed to change,
thu sealo in tho steel mills in accordance
with Andrew CsMiegie'a rates, but bis
scale is not acceptable and will not be
agreed to by the organisation. Tho asso
ciation, it is said, is willing to extend the
time on the scale, but will not change it to
the soiling price of steel, us proposed.
They muke some concession ns far us tho
manner of paying the men is concerned,
but will not accept uny reduction on thu
Illlael Minor Utilise la Work.
Joi.ikt, III., May 22. Coal miner ol
the Twelfth District of tho National Pro
gressive Union uiet in convention hero
yesterday. Tho cqcratoni were invited to
the meeting but refused lo attend. Work
is iusendod In tho district owing to a
proposed reduction In wages of 10 cents
per ton. Tho miner oiler to accept a re
duction of 2) rents per ton, w hich would
make the wage 77 cents, tho basis upon
w hlch the Ohio and Pennsylvania miners
havo settled. Tho operators claim thai
they cannot compete witli machine-mined
coal at that rate. Resolutions were adopted
at lute hour lust night ollcring tn submit
to arbitration if the prnHisitioii to accept a
2) rent reduction rhotild not avail, nnd
sllirming their purpose to fight In a finish
If arbitiulion is rejected by (ha oM ialors.
They cull tin locomotive engineer and
llieiiicn to reluse to haul coal troin mines
working under lower puces, and upon ull
oigamzcd lalwir In refuse lo bainlluco.il
hipped from such places.
A Mrriarllaa ml Ira I'rr ( rsL
PiTTsmiui, Pa., May 22. A iqicciul
from Sharon, Pa., says a general reduction
of ten per cent, bus beeu mndo in thu
wajtesof furnace employe throughout (he
Shcuago Valley. The luanuf.icturers claim
thai they wero forced lo this by the dull
market and low prices. Tho reduction iu
wages Ihrouuboul thu Mahoning Valley
severs! months nu was uunl her cause. At
Misqsivillo, fi men are nllecUd, At
Shuroii 4." mil at West Middlesex
The men have accepted tho reduction and
thn dillerctil plants inv working Meadil.t.
One prominent iron ninnulai lun r said In
uiuht tlml it was not a quiMlioii (if wage
ju.it ut present. It wns a question whether
uork would be continued,
t-pn-Ui l..-r.l m in ll.c A i-j-n'.
Mttos. Mia., May 11. -Mr. It. M.
Pruill and M Mamie Faul were in.it i b-il
nt 7.:W this evening at the Mi thmlitt
Church, Lev. Mr. Bins ollici.iling. They
left nl once for New Oilcan on a biid.il
lour. Mr.-Pruill is one ol our most pop
lllur voilllg III.. ll and lull Is eli a puiqa-rolM
meriliiiiit here, having retired fiom same
last fall. Miss runt is nn excellent young
Imlv nud very xipii!nr, and istheil.iohli r
nf Dr. J. C. l uui, ono of our idi) ncians.
'I hero wero liumeiou valuable presents
II t ntas-MlraN..
Ss'lal I'l-ptlilt In Hi A'M-I.
Jai ksov, Min., May 22. Theio wns an
csMi i.illy blilli.mt iinirr i ic' at llio Tem
ple H Ih 1-r.n'l here ut H o'chs k Ibis even
ing. Mi-vl Violet Mi. i us I, tho Ixaii'.iful
snd lotcly d nimbler id nun of our I aditM
citieii sn I btlsiiii'ss ineu of long stand
in, Mr. Ii l no Stratus, was tuiiiu'd In
Cipt. 1 1 1 -1 1 1 V Hiatus, Miiior loiinlier ol
the l r i. ol ilyauis A Walker, t uiiioinsioii
Iti'-n hunt, ol New Ihleaus. I he decora
tions of thu Temple weie I'lahitruto uud
chale. 'Iho eeieiiio'iy was luipretmivcly
srforiiicd lit H.ilihi Mm Heller, of lein
pie Sinai, New 1'rleans, ai.lc. by Rahlii
Meier, ol H.'tli l-inl imiik k' ilimi ol tins
pine. Miss Jill Hyaiiis, of Auloi-Iii,
i i.i , sister of the iT ioni, and Mr. Man- I .
Mr.i'i-s, nl I'nioiiiowo, Ala , co inn of llm
Hi ii-, wero Iho allele! mi.. A lo r the
ceremony a sup -ih reception w is given at
the residence ol tho bild's father, wheie
S larM coliipiiiy, isiillnM'd of the elite of
Jai kin Jewisli elides, weiu motl ri e i'Iv
Ilr. I llssltelH i I'rrklll.
r(.i t it I I It lo I li" A - .l.
Coin i mi i r, M.ss , May 22. Mis Lb.-
ulsMli C. Per. ins, eighty one years of age,
nnd one of llm nio.t cstunab'e an I highly
spprit iale I Ia in's of this county, died ut
In r home lo ir h Mi 'l uesday evellllltr.
Mr I'i il.'iit w is the wi low nl Mr. Kolu-rl
PelklliS, V I'O il.e l In lSi I, uud wlniaerved
Iioiioi.iI-Iv 1 1 1 Mill (Ii the War of sg. Mu
ll is one of iitoti'ith i's oldiKt In'ly citiseiis
nnd the clone county loved und admire I
l" In I I i -1 . t h lo llm A.-.l.
Ni-tiMitr, Tcini., May 22. Samuel
I'eikms, one nf tho oldctt nud wealthiest
cili 'li.of Mel llu Teiiiiceii e, die I today
at his lio'im m ar Triune, N iMi.tiiisnii
( o Hit V. 1 1 w is nt ono tiiiiu u llie.ni-cr nl
the Male Lvishiliire.
Iir. ia M r hl,
lajM'ov, May 2.1. -Tim dealh Is r.n
n .iia.r lol Wm. Wri-h'. 1,1, D.. Pr f '.
sir of Ai mic In (hi I'uivers.ly of Cam
bii.l,:e. lie w is in In. six I -tli year.
Hl Iter. I'lrrra I'.srr.
I'i in r., May '.'2. Mod Lev. I'.eico
I'ou i. b hop of the Catholic Dioet so of
Wat lio.d und l.ii'ino e, is del I,
ra.ltr.l by a Ir.r,
fl--'ll lH ti to I Im Api.-nL
Ni.iimiii, leiiii., May "2. Jsm -s A.
I h.ilil", i id D. puly ll. gi.t.ar Pbibtpi,
oliole. C'liiity, was filallv Injur "I je.
Ii lav, hi uu cruthed hy a treo w In.oi' fed
tipi.ii huu winlo hu wu tutting ll dl An.
Local Pool Rooms Deeply Touched.
For Once tho Talont Aro Too Much
for the Poucilors,
The Chicago Stablo Wins First and
Eocoud Monoy at Latonla.
Stovo Jorome Broaka tho Three
Quarter Rooord at Chicago.
A Pino Field ofStnrtor Today- Uanovef
and Elkwood and Diablo to Meet at
Brooklyn Prince FonsoWlll
Make Ills Eantorn Dobut.
Tho poolrooms wero touched up lively
yesterday, nnd both at the Turf und the
Derby tho outsiders hnd tbo best of it,
Tho loHses of tho hitter nro figured by
shrewd calculations nt something like a
thousand dollars. One well known young
man, tho turf editor of nn afternoon con
temporary, loft tho Derby with f'-'oO In hi
iusido HM'ket, the proceeds of three well
selected and successful combinations. The
false start was n lucky coup for tho book
makers. Tho odds wero 7 to 2 ngainst the
Chicago stable' entry, and at those figure
local plungers wero mighty aweet on San
tulcne and Wheeler T. The race was run
without any judges In tho stand aud
.Wheeler T won it. All Is'ts were declared
oil" and tho raeo was ordered run over.
Tho betting then changed from 7 to 3
against Chicago stablo tn 3 to 3 on, at
which comparatively prohibitive figure
little money was placed. S.intaleno won,
with W heeler T. second, giving tho Chi
cago stablo first and second money.
TIIK LATUM A MAI 111.
Tho Tulrat St.nn las M Innrrs All the
Hay I hratigh the 4 itrti.
Cim innati. O., May 22. Tho third diy
ul ljitoiiia w is rold and disaireeuble; at-
leti'lanco huge and Hi t (rack slow. A se
rious blunder occurred during tho after-
noon. Tho ll Id was SM-ut 'away iu tho '
nu rcliiiti's' stako by St.irter Sheridsn and
thu race run without any of tho judge
U-ing in tho stand and thu error was uot
discovered until the j xkes r.iuui back to
weigh "tit and found nn one in the staud
to ut kuowledgii 1 1 if in . Thn judge wero
hunted up nud let tho beys dismount,
when they mill iiinced ull Ills olf ou tho
race and Iho di-lanco to bo goun over
anaui. A new Ixs ik w is ma le. The (a
unite wns Mnn'.'tst in the first run, but
switched lotheChit Agnst.'. ' entry in the
second, Tlii alable Wuu both I una, the
(rt with Wheeler T., Ihn setsmd hauta
letiis They ran cue, ho, in both runs.
Considerable kicking was iiiju'giid iu OVr
the ei Is. ou of llm Ju l in diH'liiring all
bels oil. The day w.is ii uuod one for tho
lalciit, ns I hcv pu ked the wilitit r ull th
way ll roii-h the cud.
Iimllnio vlliiii', I"r three vrsr-old
and upward; Ihrce-quiirlernd a mile. J.
I,. Ilnilicllu Po. M.ovat, .if)). Ilrsl; tan
King lor, G. toviiigtoii, i in I. sccon l;
Beii-ui lid, Hnrnisi, 2 In I, third. Otlu-r
sVirters: Arv'-nta lot, iivcrtoti; Lynch
lo'i, CiHi r; Kidii ip, Ma' ; llvder UU,
Hi. Iicici k; Cnsl Steel il, M uiiuoiia; Tillia
Jayii.-s IH, Lev.; l.ia W. IIS, Tarul;
( it-it I. b. 1 1:1, Nlonnli.iii: Con.l'.-ueo Itm,
Nevi iiui, Morv teller ti i, Johns in -nn-lhe.
iu Hie or.i -r n uu 1. II -ihoii in
f oul w hen llm ll ig lell, I nu King soon
taking Hie Ira I. Mie held it into ths
stretch, whe.'e.l. I. Htllllclte imhui nut of
the hunch nnd won in a gallop, JU-uson
llil.it. lime -IK
Seiiiiid H.ice Piiise, f ir I j year old
ll.ln , nine HiniccntiM oi a lu.le. spring
it alien lir.l, I -ll lies, '.' to I, litsl, N'lniiphoro
u.S, llvrrioo, '.' tn I, seioiel; Martini Pngu
l'l., i. Covill-toii, 11 tn , third. Oilier
starters: lel.m.S a;l, l ux; Fivrl'-M 0't
Moiiiihiiu; Kallivalhi lu'i, Allen: Millie XI
till, Johnson: I IiImii I laughter I'l'i.Thorpc;
Sweet AI ee lu'i, Ma'-e, liuinhed ill Hie
older iiani' d. N'liiapliom Kot llio Itut of
llio st.nl n.i-l held the h ad iatolhe stretch,
Wheiu prmd nice i lulileli.'.il her nod Ihe
Iwn rail liea I an I In Iho liini.'i, SpriliK
dunce wiiiiiiiu by a bead, ."emaphore sec
mi. I, Martha Pu.-e third, 'l one - n.'iHj.
Illlld It ten -S.llll.l c-l l l.tloll II oecntlil
nil e, nine nxti'i ntos ol a uiiii'. I'allihoo
lea, M.it tl. 7 In i'i, li .; Ad 'lo M il"i,
I. iiiiiii, .'i tn 2. m con I, Sih ucii lo t, Mona.
Ii.ui, third, other '.ut. i". Himltoo ItXi,
l.i.i.i.'.k. L.I.' Ah l'., 1 1 ..Ii. ; Iyer
li,;, I'.i'iwu; Su-te I. ln, i. Covington;
I. VI I'oil'a-s to ., S 'oh-, tiui.hi-d la the
r I r ii.'.iiiI. Hi'iihiH. wis li'st nwnv,
A'l-I'. M f. oti.l, who . k the lead at lbs
In.f p '-: uiid hell ll into thn stretch,
wheie InIo) h'M. w li . bad been running
s tolid, pi-' l the leader Slid Won by
tho" li'i..' h. Ad I.' M see. m l, Silence
tloid. I. til It'll oa fi ll nl tin. held of
the site . h. llu w ing In r J'H kV, Sleppn,
hill ll .! hoi. IU In. il. 'I itne - ll,..7j.
I'i. in. Ii H ice - Pins1, for three ) ear-olds
mi l upw i.-.l, n 1 1 a uud s v. iily vnrds.
II) i r.i" 110, H mie., 2 (o I, lint; "Maori
It. ,, I'm il-M. 7 In 2, rrcoml; Iciiiu Ity lo.'.
I.,..-, .. In I. ih i I. Oile r starter..: Hoi
N iiir'.'i. sn j p ; W ii.iui to, t inner in;
l'."v.iu 17, V. ai m. k. I.I l. , SjuiiH HKl,
Fox; l'o( nn-') '' l, Me;i!ieus ill; li ll7,
Hen, oi f ; I , N n i '., Han II :..ti
!H, lUni-; Soar M i-li Inn, Hichcrt'i k;
I:. .nn I'i.. m.ix.iI. I mi .hnl Iu the order
li. mi d. I a a:ig got nn.iv iu l oal and
Id ;h" wa: iiim ,l.e sl'cl' li, wh. ro Maori
Slid I i ) i lie Welti In lie. ilollt, ll)pt
criti. uioii iu by a length fio u Maon m c
on I, I'll eity llurd. lone I IT).
Filth lliie lie' .Metcliaiitt' staki. for
thn e )e..rol la i;:td lijmar I; .! to nccoui
puny thu Itti.i.ii iik.u, ?M alllional to
stall, il.lfsi u id'' I, ul ii -'"d I"
( lid Slid (Its) to Hi. 1. 1. In !e n el l'l i i.'hth.
Naiila enel I2.lt. tVy m liist; Wheeler
T 112, A. 1 '"Viiit oi. ' I, Prince-
Howling HI. Fr. eiii ni. st.l, thud. IMn
laleno und Wint e r T .;! I hi si!, 3
lu.V) M uitM I Id, I. L i. Miirehina
112, Wniwt. k; 'Ihe l iteia.i. r 117, Panics,
llM.rliid In the older li.iu.e I. Wheeler T
got ..tl Ih.!, M titr-f" s c "ad, snd they
..i.cl the st.Pi-l III that oi l r. At Iho
low. r til. ii Ihe I hevaln r was second and
Moinios- third, who went up In secuj
place a.aiu at Ihe qu irn r ps.L Wheeler
Vile r fc.ev up Ihe leal until neur the
M ie, w i h- Siutitene caiuo oul and won
ft nn' hii si. ih e coiiipitnnii. Wheeler T,
win ... ..-.o.il, I'r.iKVs Howling third.
llio- I '.'. , ,
', l: -,- 'tiling; for three-vear-iil'I
nn , ,.. i I Oa' nine. L.tlrnl, li'.H, Hich
u : o I, liisi; Gohg'.itly, Over