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MEMnilS, TENN".. F1HDAY, MAY 2-1. -1889.
VOL. XLTX-NO. 118
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The Presbyterians Make Trogress,
Both the Southern and the North
era Goneral Assemblies
Take Up nnd Act on the Confer
ence Committee's Report,
Recommending Fraternal Go-opor-ation
In Roliaious Work.
Both Assembles Adopt the Reports
Dr. Girardeau Stoutly Opposes It
Because It Will Ultimately
Lead to Union.
Chattanooga, Tonn., Muy 23. Tlio
Southern Presbyterian Assembly was
culled to erdor at 0 ,o' clock this morning.
Elder J. A. Fngloiv submitted tho report
of the Auditing Committee, which do
clarcd that tlio acts o( the treasurer of the
ostetnhly and of the treasurer of tbe Hoard
Trustees of the assembly wero correct
Tho report with roluetunco advised the
acceptance of the resignation of tlio lion.
Jas. Hemphill, for twenty-one years a
member of the ltoard of Trustees, and
recommended that Trustees John L.
Brown and John K. Brown bo re-elected
trustees; that Dr. J. U. Shearer, president
of tho Davidson College, succeed the Key.
J. Y. Furr on the board, and that Jus.
Button Erwin and Gen. Bufus A. Bar
ridgi, of Charlotto, X. C, be elected new
members of tho bourd. The report waj
Tho Committeo on Systematic Benefici
aries reported that tlio collections last year
nmnuntcd'to 2 o4, slG".
Tlio Committeo on Sabbath Observance
recommended that tho assembly lndorce a
petition to chungo the day of inauguration
to tho first Wednesday in Mutch or the
liiHt Wednesday in April, and to prohibit
work ou the Subbnth, mid that the assem
bly request ollicers and members of tho
rl.urch to refrain from all travel on Sun
day except In canes of necessity und mercy.
'I l.n .. ... I ' '
j no ii-jiuit mi. uiA.at7it.-il.
The question of co operation with tlio
Northern Church was culled. T he spooiul
committeo which l.ad been appointed to
consider tbe reirtxf the Joint Conferenro
Committeo submitted a majority report
favoring the adoption of tliu Conference
Committee's recommendation to o-o-rute,
and a minority report opposing iL
1 he former was signed by nine members
ol the secinl committee, the latter six.
Iiev. f. .M. WnlMn, of Missouri, made a
talk in support of tho minority reiort, of
Which lie is the originator.
Dr. J. It. Wilson, clerk of the assembly
nd chairman of the joint committees, ad
vocated tho adoption of the joint reort
Tho question is collision or co-oralion.
said ho. and tho hitter is natural and
preferable Home of our Northern breth
ren say nothing loss than organic union
i will sutisfy them. 1 submit tho statement,
v if wo can't cu-opernto, we can't unite. 11
iwe can't court, we can't marry. Is not
our Southern bride liandsomo enough?
I 1 think siio is, but I'm afraid sbo is not
J ready yet
I Tho entire afternoon session was devoted
' .1 . t .1... . .. i.
w tut? uist tinrioit ui tut) nuttier, men
member Is-ing allowed live minutes time
Not all tho members spike, but Ihe senti
ment is ovcrw lit lunngiy in iipHrl ( co
operation. A report recommending Ol
ganie urn 3ii v.ould, however, fail.
Thcpistitlohol tlnst-? w ho made sM-cches
(luring tho afternoon indicated as follows:
Synod of Alubstua, four for co-oper.it ion;
suiod of Arkansas, five for co-operation;
rj'iiod of liourgiu, eight for c i-osTa:ion;
synod of Kentucky, ten lor o-opcralitul
nml two og lintt lj svndo I of Memphis,
ix for cooperation; synod of Missisaippi,
eight lor t o op. raliou un 1 one ng.unsl It;
synod of Miwimi, eight for co-oH.raiioti;
stood of Nashville, eight for co-oH'ratioai
nod of North Chiuiiuh, six for co-ocra-lion
and two iigaiii.il it; synod ol Smith
Cniosi.a, four lor cooperation and livo
Oi.e of the strongesl protista sgnlnst the
motion was made by 1'r. J. M. liimrdcitu,
of NjuiIi Caroiinu. "Tho sd p(ii n of tho
report to o-opcrate," Mid jKi, ''is a U-p
to organic union. Jf so, tho que. ion I.
whellier tlio a-tciuhly will s.icriH.-o the
union of thuSiulheril I'resbyUTi.iil I hurch
for a union with tlio Northern Church. I
think I represent the people of my section
in Ninth t'amlina when I say Unit if the
church adopts any measure tending to the
liuioii of the whites and blacks in church
or Mute, many of tho rrexbyterinns will
Icavo tliflldciiouiinutt'Hl and feck others."
Tho Kiiitb-rii 1'rtKbyluri in Asinbly,
until S luto hour tonight disciewvd din
nialter of co operation with tho Northern
Church, hhorl Hivhe wero inndii by
four delegates from tin) Synod of Ninth
(itorgiil and Honda, two advocating und
two opHilllg tliu reix'rt. revell ilele.t.ites
from the hyno.l of Texas spoke in ruport
of co-oK'rsUoii slid six 0;:ain-t It l.levvn
delcgiitis from the r-ymxl of Virginia advo
cated tho reKirl and 'seven opned it.
U lien every ono had liceu given an op
ortuuity lo sHMk tin' voto on tho ques
tion was taken by nyes ond noes and re
corded; Pinely iiino votes wrro cast in
favor ol ro-oNrntioii as provided for in I tin
report of tho joint i)lniiiille ol culler
iii"0 lietwecn Ibo IwosKwiiiblies. Twenty
seven votes vero rr.st in optioniiion, iho
full strength ol tho assembly not In ing
retirevnted. Tho report was declared
adopted. It Wim moved and carried to
olUeially notify by telegraph the Northern
Asirmlly ol tho action taken. The us
scmtily then adjourned.
t it r. nor!' ii i. it 5i irMi.Hit vrr.ni4.Mt.
I be A l Tsk Is lh Mrparl mm t'm
Nrw Yonx, May '.':i.-Tlio reix.rt of
the Coinmitb-o ol Confcreni-o on fu
tcrnal ro-oHTstion in Christinn wmk
with thd Nnhern church, which bad
already been pn-x-ntcd, was called up
on tho orders of thn day. The report says
tout tho committees of both churches
agreed upon co-operation In foreign mls
slonnry work; co-operation in the home
field and lu refcretico to co-oh ration in
tho evangelisation of the colore pcoplo lu
both rhurches be allowed to ixiuain in
Statu quo, Ibo work smonj them to pro
ceed the same as heretofore; that (ho sym
pathy of both churches be rxtonded toward
the erangrliistion of the colored race, and
' thst work nndi'ilsUiu by lbs hoiithern
y.uuibly, ui h us tbu Tusculouki an titutu
for tho education of colored ministers, bo
mutually recommended. Co-operation in
publications, hud been agreed upon by tlio
A minority report signed by Judgo S. M.
Breckinridge, holding that nothing short
of organic union between both churches
was desirable or practicable, was filed.
Tho part of tho report relative to co-operu-tion
in the foreign minion work was
The second part on co-operation in tho
homo Hold was opposed by tho Kov. Johu
Fox, who held tlml tho Northern Church
hud already propotied murriugo to the South
ern Church und was rejected, and that tho
part of tho report under discussion bound
them to too close, ties with tho South.
Dr. C. L. Thompson said it would bo an
economy of men and means if tho report
was adopted. lie would have preferred
tliut Judge Breckinridge Ijtid declined to
servo on a rouunitteo rather than try to
nuttigonizo its work. "Would it not bo bet
ter, if wo tiro going to get mariied to tlio
Southern Church in tho near future, to try
this form of co-operation first and see how
wo will gut along?" at-ked Dr. Thompson.
Messrs. Curry and Fulton, of Kentucky,
opposed tho resolutions. 'Iho part which
they most opposed was tlio recommenda
tion that where there are weak churches
which, standing alono, cannot support a
minister, but which can bo grouped with
churches connected with the other assem
bly so as to form ono ministerial charge,
tli'o Presbyteries having jurisdiction are
advised to allow such churches to be
grotitied under a minister from either body
to whom their respective l'reshyterics are
willing to give them in charge.
Tho ltcv. Dr. Crosby siiiorted the ma
jority rcMirt: "Ono ol the grouuds of
compluiiit against it," ho said, ' is that tho
Northern Church has more money than
tho Southern Church, and that, therefore,
the Southern Church would leap a greater
advautiigo by this union. This ought to
bo a source' of gratdication to us rather
than of complaint."
A vote was taken and the two clauses of
tho report on home missions weio carried.
Tim third and fourth clauses were then
consolidated and carried.
The question ol co -c pe ration in the
evangelization ol tho colored Koplu was
next taken up, but tho hour ol adjourn
ment having arrived, it was posljHined.
t'umbrrlaml Prrsliy trrlnns
Kansas Cur, Mo.. May 2.".. The Cum
berland I'reshylctinn Cieiiend Assembly
adjourned today sine die tit 5 o'clock, after
being in session eight days. The Sabbath
Observance Coiniiiitlcu's report was
adopted, mid the Moderator and Stated
Clerk authorized to appoint five commit
tees to represent tho t hurcli in tho Amer
ican Siibl ath OliM-rvsneo In ion.
The Theological School ol Iho Cum1cr
land I'mversity was voted Iroiu $.'0,(XM to
jrT.'i.tsiu fur the erection ol u new building.
Tbu lie v. 11. D. Johiihton, of Topeka,
Kim., olleicd a roKo.ution that no young
man who uses tobacco in any form shall
bo sided liiianciaily by the ltoard of Ivlu
cation in his study for the miuistry. This
was carried with no debute.
Tha Formsr Vsssol Bally InJ ured Kb
la Alt But Knocked to Ptaoos.
QfEtiKc, May 23. Tho steamer Polyne
sian, which was in collision with tho
steamer Cynthia yesterday morning, is
moored at Allau's wharf hero. Miu pre
sents a shattered appearance. Her star
board bow front, the upper deck d jw.i ti
tho keel for a dist.wieo of about twenty
fi-ct alt Is completely gone. I lie tutu is
flowing in and out of her fore compart
ments, which are tilled with water. Thn
c.i I go lu that porliuu of tho w-mcI, which
cuiicistcd of lard ill barrels, has floated
out Tho vessel's salvation is attributed
to her splendidly built iron bulkheads.
Just sIkjvo tho l.irg ! giii in bur side wero
embedded the boat davits of tho unfurtu
nuto Cynthia. It will take considerable
time to repair the damag i to her, as the
stem Is mushed an 1 tho cargo will have
to be uiyc)mrged and tho vce placed in
dock. Tho il -pu:y imrt warden hr.s ex
amined the vessel, but w hatever recom
mcnd.itiom bo mi le have not Is-eii given
to the public, ('apt Wyliu did Hot wind
to iiinke an cxten I 1 statement, as all
would Im told when the ollleiid iuvestil
tion into Iho collision is held. lie
and, however, that iijsui ims-img I he
Cynihii bo blew tho whittle twicii
an I bai ki"l bis ship. Ho was on tliu rght
) much that he could go no Inrthcr. T hit
Cvnthis tried locro-s Ins bow and was Iho
rinse of collision. At the liuieol those
ciib-iit Cnpt Wylip, the lint olliivr nnd
pilot were on the bri lr and nil who wrro
on di ck at the time on I surd the Poly
11. -Ian stale tlml they did tlieir lxt. In
avoid tho collision. T he reimrt sent (mm
Montreal slated that right men lost Iheir
lives ou tint t'yn.hia, but this liiliubcr has
been reduced by ul least one -James 1-ow
a ciuarlerinssier of the id fated steamer,
who escaped ilct diau I got on Isiard of the
Polvnesiiui in a most miraculous manner,
lie ntnted that ho wa relu veil Inim Iho
w heel shortly beforo 4 o'clock and went
into his berth. While tlicie tin) crash
came, nml when Iho ves'is resieii lor a
s.H oii. tuna bu crept thruiigh tha gap in
his own vcsmiI into Hint niaile in tho l oir
liesian and Ihils stved bis life. Ho states
that tho Cynthia's crew coiisi ,lod ol thirty
livo men Ik'skIcs lour stowaways, seniiuiis,
who wero making their way tolblcaQ,
One ol tho poor lellows was JrosucL
A New County Court Clark to bs Blectsd
Fiw-!! ll-i-aU-ti to Tti. A.-l.
Baowssvit.i.K, Tcnn., May iX Chair
ins n II. F. Jones has ordered an extra
se ssion of tho County Court to meet on
Thursday, May 30, for tho purpose ul elect
Inz County Court Clerk, to fill tbe
vacancy caused by tho resignation of J
W, Brown.who has bi'O spiointed Culled
States Marshal. T be candidates lor lbs
vseaucy are P. (1. Thompson, Charles
Talislerro ami i. v. luijireo.
m. Mr.Mslion, tl -llus place lias sc-
ci'I'led a clerkship under Murahal Brown,
snd wid B) to Meuiiiliis this week to
assume bis new dutUs.
T he long dry sih1I remains unbroken,
and growing cro aio su tiering greatly.
Ittillrlfd far l'stlrary tm Drlrnntl,
Ciikaoo, ill.. May 23. Frank L.
Loouiis, Howard C Loomis and IaIwIu 8,
Jowell, ofliecrs of tho Century Book and
Paper Company, wero yesterday ludictoj
by tho liranil Jury for conspiracy to do
fraud. For somo wetks the business
metlnxls of this company bavo Ixvn
matter of tliscassion in various justice
court. ilnes slier witness has Ui ken
tho s'.aud aud tcstiuod to the alleged
fraudulent practices of tho company.
Theso witnesses have, with ono or two ix.
ceptions, been victimized, as they olllrm,
by tho trio who wero yesterday arrested.
There is now a list ol over twenty men
who will nnnear airiilnst tho I.oomis eon.
cern in tho Criminal Court either us pros
ecutors or us witnesses for the prosecution.
Tho sums obtained from theso men varv
from S.'OO or ;0l to over Sl.lKHI. The
rase will bo ono of tho 11 rat in tho next
A BOY HERO.
An Awful Accident Prevontod
CoititY, Pa., May 2:1. A most remarka-
blo oscaiMj from a terrible accident occurred
on tho Western New York A Pennsylvania
hailroad, at half past four o clock yester
day morning, bolwocn Braclon and Pros
pect, at what is known as tho "tiooso
Hollow" trestle, which Is 51)0 feet lone and
ninety-two feot high. Tho operator at
Bractou had rec jived an order holding
freight train No. 61 at li.netou for No. 51,
but 03 an accident occurred on tho Ijiko
Shore at that time, tho operator was called
away and let No. 51 go, forgetting tho or
der, from ltraeton to l'rosneet there is a
heavy up grado and tho road is very cir
cuitous. A farmer s htJo boy who was in
pssturo near by after tho cows, heard
both trains coming and runup th track
with all his might and flagged No. 51,
which ws not nolo to stop until it reached
the south end of tho trestle, just as No.
54 reached tho north end un I Htopod,
GKN. KIRDY SUITM'ii DAUGHTER
Slopas Wr.h a Young- MUstajlpplan
Kpecliil IHlrh to Tlio ApcaL
Nashvu.i.k, Tenn., May 2X-Miss Nina
Kirby Smith, daughter of lieu. II Kirby
Smith, of Scwanco, tho famous Confed
erate lender, and Mr. ILiudolph Buck, of
Mississippi, woie married at Winchester
lust evening. It is understood that tbu
parents ol tho bride wuru opposed to tliu
Miss &mith met Mr. Buck near Sewaneo
and, accompanied by friend, tho two
proceeded to Winchester, whero tho knot
was lied tiv a magistrate. Mr. and Mrs.
Buck left at oiico lor l'xiu jton. Ky. Tho
bridegroom is scarcely of ngo mid tho
brido is eighteen years old.
A CBUEL MUKDER.
Man Kills His Erothor-ln-Law
ihon Kiddles His Daad Body.
H tl lH-i-aUb to Tha Ain-.il.
llti.t.N.t, Aik., May 2:1 A very uulib-
rato and cruel murder was commitle 1
this morning at Colts, a station on the
Iron Mountain lLiilroud.a few miles abovo
Forrest City. Frauk Sherman went into
a Held where his brollier-in-law, uamed J
lalis, was working, and without warn
ing discharged the contents of a shotgiiu
Into tho boily ol Ins victim, killing linn
iiutaullv. After Kills hud fallen Sherman
llred livo lo.uls of his revolver into bis
quivering body. There was souio lsjrsoii.il
ynulj bjlweeil Ihein,
DICK MAWES BaNTKNCED
To Hung He Maintains Uts Innocence
Tha Cass Appealed.
Hs- til Iil-.utell H 1 tic A 1ll.
ltiuuiM.inM.AIa., May 23. Diek Ilswes
was sentenced to hail); July 1-', IS'.), by
Judge (ireeue, in the Criminal C-otirt to
lay. When asked if ho had any state
ment to maka ho said: "I am innocent
did not kill Hi v wifo and daughter.
believe inv tiial was unfair and tlio jury
I'leiuvl.ceU. I luivu no more to sav,
llosliowcil lu emotion when ton iiiiiuo
w:is pronouncing lint wcotciic.c. lhee.li
has been apiealed In tho Supreme Court
DR. BIRICKLANO ItEilUNA
Ills Pastorutaln Naalivllli to Go to Sioux
iU t'l psuli ItiThe A;.4l.
Nasiiviu.k, Tenn., May 23. Bev. C.
II. Strickland, I. l., has resigned tho pas
torato of tho First Baptist Church, tho
resignation to tike cih-ct Juno 10. He has
sccrpted a call lo Sioux Cily, la, at un
increaiteil salary. IT. .-.r:ck!aii'l lias liecn
in chargu of Iho church hero lor six years.
llo came originally Iroiu tn-orgu, uml Is
recogiited ns i.uo ol tho ablest ministers
in the South.
Mrs. Mnlll Irarhsm.
t-avlal P.-l-tU-il In III AML
r.Aii.M. Mis.. May 23. Mrs. Mat-
tie .Meitcliinii, Dioit lovublo lady, wifo ol
It (i. Meuchnm, died hero very suddenly
tins iiioiiiiiig of congestion ol tbu brain.
Mrs. taroIlM llranslt.
Cin isxah, O., May 2.I. Mrs. Caroline
A. ('rough, widow nl Charles Brough, tho
noted war Coventor of Ohio, died ill this
city ycs'.f rdny nl Iho residence of her son-
in-law, ,vir. U. , iteranl, Miter Week s
illnes.t. Her remain will lo taken to
Cleveland for bin isl besido tlusw of her
A lsrticaa la arrnra HH.OOO.O 10.
Ul llst h lo 1 lm A '"-tL
l'.inuisoii tM, Aln., May 23. A mort-
gsge to secure Ibo pnynient ol $18,(XKl,OKJ
was filed In the Probate Court this morn
ing. It is give n by the. Savannah A West
ern r.aiirosil loin puny io the icnirai
Trust Company nl New lork lo secure
tho payment ol f Iri.tsm.isKI ol 5 sir cent
IkiiiiIs, isxiied iy the iuiitroai totiipaiiy,
duo ill thiliy yesrs.
Ona Ilaaara4 a4 llss l.sn Ohl.
Pimm no, Pa., May 23. Charles ITen-
detllllllg, oldest resident of Allegheny
County, tiled today, agod lot years. The
deceased never used whisky or tobacco in
any lonn, and up to a lew weeks before
b.s death was runiarkubly lieullhy. Ho
lis vis behind him three or lour tieners
tmns of children and a host ol friends,
Who will sincerely mourn Ins list.
A Wallroad'. Jraraallr.
Iprrial I'ltpalitl lo Hi. Ai"al.
liiiiMiMiiuM, Ala., Ny Zkiuo Ala
bama lireat Southern lUilroad bus giveu
n m in ilm Cliaril v 1 losnPnl Coiuinitlnii
to assist ill erecting a baiidnoimi building
f... i. A...1. mil I nllln'ij.il f,l llirmiiit'liaiii.
nr Hir ni - r.
The other road are expected to loliow suit
J. U. I.sailrel Aulntail.
Ia-cial istli h lo Too Apisstt
NAsuviLLR, Tenn., May 23. -iov. Tay
lor has nppoinled J. 1. l-ru'trtd, of Kiu-
Villi , A Uluili'icr of ibo lljard ol i'r U '.e
ill Iho Confederate SoldieV Sfuuil to lill
the vsesni r otcusiound by Ibd reis-ou
ol MnJ. James L Thomas.
Hanover Cau't Go Over a Mile.
Colnont'a Bt. Carlo Wina tho Amor
Qarrlsou Again Provos Hlmnolf tho
Best Finisher on tho TurC
Bravo, tho Floot Sou of Bramble,
Does Honor to Ilia Eire.
The Talent Again Victorious at Lsto-
nla Favorites Win Four Out of
61x Races Unite Wins
Nxw Yoiik, May 23. The greritwt mon
etary prize of tho spring racing season, tho
great American stakes, worth ?2O,0iK) to
tho winner, was decided at Crttvoscnd
this afternoon, nnd St. Curio, tho crack
two year old nnd owned by tho banker
August Belmont, wus tho victor. I lo with
tho others was nearly twenty minutes at
the post wailing for the rhatico of Ids life
to distinguish himself, and when at lust it
came ho was fully equal to tho occasion.
His was no hollow victory. It was dis
puted to tho very lino. When Garrison
culled on him in tho lust sixteenth of a
mile, ho jumped forward so promptly that
nothiug but a full could have prevented
his success. Harrison piloted him In a
masterly fashion, aud when he reached
the goal ho was nearly three lengths bo
lero his nearest coniM'litiJr. It wus a gal
lant race. The weather ja quite pleas
ant, uud though there Wits Bslitr breeze
blow ing, it came from a uurter which en-
ubled tho grand stand to break its force.
Tho track was in a Very fair condition,
and lo solid en top tlml it wus sprinkled
on tlu) near quarter stretch to prevent
First Ibieo Milo and one-sixteenth.
Starlors: Mads tone, Sam Wood, Juy F
I'i-p. 1-oiigstrcct, Z'phvrus, Clarissa.
Zcphvru won in l;l!; Ma latoue second,
Second Pace Milo arid one-sixteenth.
Starters: I ulcou, Toaro, lli.'g incite,
The Bourbon, Bordelsit, Brother Han,
Diadem, Bunisler, l'.olieinian. Biollier
Bi.u won in 1: It); Tho Bourbon second,
Tin: .i:i:t AMi::;icN sw li ittakks
for two year olds (fouls of .vs7 ); a swop
stake, ol K) each for horses entered its
yearlings by Apiil 2", ls.ss, or only $-.'tl if
declared out by August I j, HSt, lor horses
entered us two year olds by January I,
lVV.i, when tho stakes shull clos.-, Jpsj
each, or i-tij if declined out by May 1,
l.vvi; start.'is M pay f .'V.l additional; the
rlublo u Id ;"i,iki) an J to guarsiileo that
tho stakes shall bu Wotlh J.l.O.k): the sec
ond Iioitm- to receive jl.fw.t) mid the third
horso io'H) of tlu addml Ululiey. J-IVo
fuilongt. Starters: Houston, Taylor; Su
James, Boalgel's; ivecoa colt, FilXjUilrick;
iveip con, I 'avis, l.n avorn.i con, J. iti
gau; Drlule, IIiivwishI; Torso, Atiderwiu;
M. Carlo, liiirrison; Ikillaret, Hamilton:
Devotee, W. Doiiolme; Mucilage, Why
burn; l!:kloii, ItiHl iev; Chaos, tlcCu'lhy;
lloiiicopatby, l.ilt;. lii, I.
The loin teen coin, -l.Mits pre.ieiitr.l a
b.uill.ful sight a I !n-v w -n ringed iiefore
a starter on the back streh h. llieyuia
licuvcrcd ut tho ihisI lor quite awhile and
ran mil iev nil times before they got aMsy.
"Now thcy'io oil," was slionte.l, ami its
often the Hiilioiiiieeuienl was delusive. At
lad it was made in earnest and 7,M pans
ol eyes saw iho l.ti l svoriU coll start
ahead W illi Tor.to s. eoiel. Chaos third and
St. t'urlo lotirih. Chios immediately darted
across the track to the rail, with loiso
gained at bis sIioiiM.t, Tint latter was
llr't past tho half milo pvl, half a length
Is'foiu Clio s, who wus a lull length lu
(runt of Su Curio, who bud ivccola colt
und Houston ul liis M'ld.e giilh. They
preseir.ej a Very Uiaiililul sja-ctuclo as
they rounded tin upM r turn and came
into tliu homo stretch. Torso was liist
into the stretch ut a length beforu Dullard,
who lea I li una a neck, M. Juinea and St.
Cailo beading the others iiumrdiately be
hind. Neither whip nor spur was spared
in Iho run in. A loittint wat at the goal
und every Jockey rile us though bis hie
tli in n led tm Ins getting past tho iudg -s
before bis fellows. At lli9 last fuming it
wus seen that the giest pr.ni lay at the
mercy of Ball irct, SU ( urlo or T orso.
Then it was tbr.t li.iiriwiii m) to tliu
giun lc ur c! tho oeciiM,,i. Ho now bent
himself lo bis tusk with heart and soul.
Another sixteenth ol thn distance was
panned, and then bis ears weio treated to
the welcome music, "I'oinn hoin", M.
Curio," nnd eouiu be did, lu a manner that
liiudo Ins Imekent' I, re.is. swell with Joy.
All' ther shout bailed bis vicloiy as he
d ished by the bile a winner by nearly
thrcn lengths in pir.'j, Billarvt s-iond, a
length and a half belnru lnrso, third. Tint
Irurlioiittl tune was: first qnirlei', 0.
Iho ihree-eigliths in O .'li, and tliu bull miln
III U 'SI. T lie reuisliiing horses cuino in in
tho following order: Dn.-le, Chaos, I Li
vo! ee. Houston, Kelp eolt, Homeopathy,
Mlle.ljje, ht. Juilie, lamia Colt, l.lkton
and I j I avorila roll. 'I ho mutual paid
ioJ.oo slinight and i I ." for a plnco. B.d-
laret pul l u.ni.
Fourth ld.ee St. James Hotel Stakes,
ono milo and a ip.. liter, ttirteis: 1. k--W'smI,
I'ilrpatrttk; llinover, Taylor;
Diuhlo, Anderson, 'ids n-siillol this rani
showed thai wlnlu 11 mover was giK. lor
seven furlongs or lesi with ordiuaiy hoist s
he can n longer go a It ilaucu with li
rrseks ol the day. llinltio went scut oil
with Kikwoo.1 In liont, Diablo next and
Hanover but, all lira li spirt. Iteloro tin y
bad made two mnjs I ilk m I was stirred
up with tbn whip. Han iver tisk the h ad
and caino liy tliu stand two lengths Iwfnrn
Diablo, who was th" s.iii.eil.it.iiii-n in front
01 i.lkwood. lu Ih" loser turn Hanover
wn rased a bit and at the quart -r pst
ImbIiIo was but a lm,tli l bin I bun.
Hall way up the bni k s reuh Diub o
moved up and took the had Without
d.llieulty. As they roiiile lthe up-r
turn iia ran awsv iroiu li ni 'V-r with easo
and ciiiin into tlu li mie s red h six I ill
lengths beloro him. It wat all ov.rleil
Ibo shouting. Idablo ri'-"l hoinn st b.s
ease and won by bail s ! "U lengths hi
2 (iitJ. Hanover only got plie e through
tho hardest ol riding on i a)lor's part, ho
Sparing neither whip d ' to gl ii.
Film liMiM-Fitit ei -hots "I a milt.
Stiirters: IMfTnu-Hl. " i 'r l. Nomu l,
lisyitlellti colt, I'rh.iii i. K
It'ihy It ).il, I'.iU y, a...
wsri.woii in .M.l. el
Sixth Kate Thro I i.r
K.i I t coil,
;.l ,.r.;oa. iii
; ..i t ijinl, L'r
,!, f a mile.
;,: !! i::ixibeth,
Queen of lienrtbs, IJuramboure, America,
Muttio Loor, Tutirmiiliuo, J J O'B, Cracie,
Hurquut, Count Luna, Alice, Lucerne,
Davo S, Hopeful. Vullov Strenin. Stonilig-
ton won in 1:17, tjueen Flizuboth second,
Queen ol Hearts third.
1IHOOKLYN KNTI1IRS FOB TOnAT.
First Knee TlifM! inwrieri ol s mile. Hoi
Pisiieh il'i, l.lule iianusii id. Kins rmh 112. hea
l'rllt lim. eil,ia 111, Flimv IM. rsmrgis III,
YimiiK lmkt 111. Kriill 111, llelletl ur IU7.
heismtl Kaist Mile aiitl a sliiiviiili. ImiHS'lor tl
lis, linllHt.tn 11, Tnltler 107, IVg Woftlugluu ted,
itn'iiuinm hm. liimiii osu imi.
Tlilnt Kms lno mile, tor m.lilens. leivtnoml
(1 Idii, Jnelu't urn, Mlmali list, lai Iklmnl 1'"',
Marsiulrr I limy Ustvn 111, M.tckiuuU lot, Ku
qnlrer lllly 101, Cloves. ui,
Kmirlli ltiiis Ttiree o,usrtcrs ,,f a utile, for I wo
yt-arolils. mono III, ( ihuks 111. iVrtulu 111, Nan
li lo U las, Muy llnocu lu ilsrln lUly US' IWuelll
Flth lUef-Mllo nil. I su cU.-liltl. I ller II Ml,
F.Uh.kkI 1IU. ltarrulur Hi. Ik-lla 11 lc;. AIM
Kuili Hiiro Tliroi' tourth. of a mils: wtllin.
Tlitsir II.'. Mlrnelu 11 t iuptra 11.1, Mntlle I.hh
mm II.', Kina l.l'.n II ' (lol.l. ii Ids') n7, Itouip
InriK'sIt) 111, IVlli nii tin, Fonllmui 117.
IIRhIusAII Arirrttuitn, bill the Harlug
Is l ints
Cincinnati, ()., May 25. it rninnd
during the entiro afternoon at L itoui.i to
day, but it did not keep tho crowd at
homo, for fully 4,000 people wero present
to see the ruecs. Tho truck was not
muddy, but very lumpy nnd slow. Tho
favorites won four of tho six races on tho
curd. Landlady, a 10 to 1 shot, won the
fourth rueo In a gallop, and Teddy Vent
tire tho two year old ruco. Tho Blpplo
stukes wero won by Bravo, with lii
pouuds up, to a driving finish, Barnes in
the saddle. Bettina, in this nice, burst a
blood vessel and was bleeding right lively
when alio was brought in. .She wus
dropped out of tho ruco curly In tho light
First Unco Purse; for maiden 3-year-olds
and upwurd. One ami otio-uigtli
miles: McDowell, 100, l ux, 8 10 5, lirst;
Ban llazain, UM, Cooper, 3 lo 1, second;
May laps, lu'i, Stovsl, f lo 1, third. Swsmp
Fox, loll, la-win; Virginius, 10o, (i. Cov
ington; (iet lift, Thorpe; Kichlun l, ltk),
Shufer; Violet, lOj, kreeimiu, linishod lu
the order luiiiiiuL Bichland was iu front
when tho llag fell, McDowell second.
McDowell soou tisik Iho lend, but did hot
hold it long, ns Bichlund, who wus well up
ill tho Uiueh, went to thn front and held
Iho lead up into the stretch, where a gen
eral shifting took place and MclMucll, tho
favorite, ciiinn in nnd won, Ban lla.aui
second, Maylups Ihird. T'iinu 1:31.
K'coiid liaco Purse; lor maidens three
year old and upwurd; seven eighths of a
miln. Buiinereito l"', Lames, even
money, Ihsl; iiar.iner la'i, Fox, 2 to I,
second; Kattt Mulone ltt'i, Stuva', 1" lo 1,
thiid. L'tipieiiield L"', Fllinegili; F.va
Wtstt ll.'i, IKeiton; St. 1-cJger lU.i. Cooper;
Ben B lo. Tliorne; New Castle I no, Hill;
SunlaCriix Bk'i, Wuruiek, liuislicd in the
order mimed. I'.vit Wis was lirst atvay,
(iartluer second. The two run together to
tho hull, where St. Ledger took Iho h ad
and led past tho ihrfo-qii.-trtcr pift; Ban
nerette led ill the stretch and under the
wiro a winner from li.irdner, Kectmd, Kale
M ilium third. Tnno - L3.IJ.
Thiid U.ICO Selling, lor two-year olds,
fivo-eljhl mile. Teddy VentiiM 10.1. Al
len, 5 lo 1. llist; Puitlaw 111, Haines, H to
secoiiil; i.omainn IK', ti. I oviiiglon.
third, ft lo I; More PC, Overlon;.loi .Nov
ins llkl, Slevetinoii; Miuny llns-ck PH,
rretMiian; Kail i. ilia 10 , Nxleii; I.il.lati
l.illdsey loo, l.i.lv; Cr.iulish I'l l, riioiM-;
Camilla lm, llionu; llilo 11 1, l ining in,
Colo I'.ieei.ni IU'.', Hawkins, llnished in
the nidi I liiinied. Portlaw got im.iy ill
tho lead and lc! I It all Ihn w iv into the
stretch, Kulltiv.ilhl liiiniing second lo the
threequiirter pole, when Jih Nevins
Weill nut idler the leader. Ted ly Velltllie
caino out ( Ihn luck til tin' slieteh, mid
won Inuii Portlaw, seeou I, Koinaino thir l.
Fouilh Bice Purse; Ibreo year olds
and upward; mile und a sixteenth, latinl
lady li I, Buy, IU to I, lirst; hin.-lH.y I H I,
llreckilllidg ', 10 lo I, se-Mlid; Cauus t7,
Stevenson, li to I, third; li" I Le'ter 1 1.',
Freeiiuiu; Mollie's l.a-t In i, J. Johnson;
I lead lad tkl, A. Coiing:ou; i'.iiisii ol
1 lumps H i, Barnes; Lo.niesn 101, Merton,
liuislied in Ibo oi.ler named. LaudUdy
got oil ill front, with Cavi'H second, ling
Ixiy third, who tisik sinm I pl evi in d-itnt
of the stuid, Ca-siiM thir l. Theso pid
lions went never cluing -d, laiudl idy win
ning easily from lmg:oy, aecjnd, Cussius
third. I line --L.M.
Filth Itut' Tlio Bipplu stakes, lor throe
year olds, 10 to uccompnuy tioiuiiiaiiou,
; I'l adilitionul to sunt. rl.iMI inhied, ol
w hich .'il ti s t on I. Sim to thir l. One
lulln. Bravo l.'. Barnes, K lo 4, llM;
l-oiigll-h 117, B:sy!ock, ') lo 1, second;
I'misiu M M7, b.'iMs, 7 to I, third, Teuton
lL'2, I. Miiipby; Onlboiiiil H i, (i. Cov
ington; l-o Cliusty 117, Taral; King
lii'eiil 1 17. Stov.il; Syiaeiiso 117, Alien,
Ijig.idero I in. W ar I;' Is tlio Cu-ler Mil,
(Merlon; I's'ttimi I--', llilhs, liuished in
the order liitme I. Ih.iv j g it .( lii-st,
Josin ,M sifon I, wholoik the lead at I lii
lower turn mi l held it well In the stren h,
llr.no Miming sce ne!. I'-iuvo, wheiialxiiit
uil eighth of a mile fiom home, look tliu
lead Iroui Joriln M, liliglish Ihlld, who
cuino very fast but eoul. I not catch Biavo,
tho latter winning by a lentii, bin,;lltli
second, Josie M third. Tune- I 1 1.
Sixth lt.iroSelling; for Ihree year-olds
nnd upward; seven t ighths ol a inile.
May 1 1. P.l, Damns, H to o, lirst; l.igo lot,
Hhl. 2) lo I, second; Ch.lhow.n I Hi, li.
Covitijl Ul I, Ihiil. Olxhrk IM,
Msttox; Cupid I HI, MiHire; In-.b i.ct III,
Overton; Kedir Khan IP), Matthews;
Stuart lit, Tural; Mirth Pl.i, rssleii; Cant
Stit.1 110, I ox, Con 1U3, Sainuioiis;
l.itilo Muit'ul 1' !, I reem.in; l-oin il'iir
110, Flliiiegan; Sliniirht IO, I's.lhs,
fbllsbed ill tho or lor li lined. May O. g H
nil iu fronl, Willi Kndar Kahn seen id,
the two run logelher Into the stretch,
where Kedar Kahn fell back and l.i.'i
tisik th'i place. M iv II. won, I ijo ste in I,
Chllhow iu thir l. Time -1.31 J.
XSIIUCs AXI rotil.INO oa TOOAV.
r ill Itnv-M 'Itm ,ll,rv lieirtll inlir. Neva T.
IS.IM Kel'l Kllsll . jtkflew 10.1. H
Litis lllj, II, k!i Ul oa, I'. 1 lm It I'l 1. I -; UiaWelr
tiers', i niiiii i-. K.liMt Si. Illr to, Ivsln.
Vi, etlx-ll-lt I'll. Mlriti mi. AiU II '. i'l I II
Sis' in I Ut'si I ill. nili' lislf mil". I. Illln llnb
I'll I'O, at. siieii'S' I'tl. r-; 1.11'ltr All lnl.ll. nniiisn
Put l', l. II Illn if. I"l. Msel l Un hi.eel I SI,
Xl.i) 4 I'M, Ij.llle f. I , VII . oiIh.mi I'll. In HI II
I hint llniss- I'nr ; hull .milt' Ini- F hi, ti.
r'niin.! le1. 'tl'M'ltlla l'i, ... I'ilfmi.in
I'M, r. Ifl'lr Vi'iilur" l'n, tti.r,. . in,. .1
.tlrti.. I (iU;iii, r uti. IM Itt.'il II, llsiijHiii'a, rai n iiai,
lif .1 .
Imirilt lU's- -''I'lllng; M'tt'll ari l s hsll I'irloiii'i.
Ol leilj 1 1 -J. 1 n. In I ,, I li. ilu.it Is II oi, I li. 11. 1
I"., t ti-irlt't I. et'il W, is.lsssjf iu, t iaiiior ll
Unit llS's--Soi'('aVi"! mlliej siel oil. rllnli
Pls i. li'. .'. ttsry .-.i, l',. kl.i i Id let. laen
i'Stl l'll !. ?. I il nli' Ji, II, I ului kj vs, lli'Hit
lull III. Ileiil. II.
h' till III ee 1'urwe, (r. rlllllia III t ItlltlT Uft
IVii.sn . tl ". iv. .. iuii- ill .. 1 Inn Uu.ie In. I.'.
C i,i; in 01 nil I. lea .it' I U, I. Il.iiy Wi.tnu
in 1, onurii.ui ll, II irtp-ter t m.J.iIiu l.iiM..ur 1,
lui, ll)jrr I'luriiii lu 1. Mu)ur Noiaa Iuj, 1.1 0
rtp.nli. al I lilrasa.
1 Irsl It lee- Oue miln and seventy yni !e.
Cnitu l.'l, won; I'.n lurer 120, second;
Hun. John Ik INI, third. Tlino-I -Tij.
bocmid L'uco XUi us-quarters of a inilc.
Lewis Clarke 121, won; Loo II. 117. sec
ond; Dutch man 117, third. Tiino 1:1(1).
Third Buco Ono milo and an oighth.
handicap. Big Throe 10'.), won; Arinti
HI, second; John Paly IU, third. Timo
Fourth Race Threo ounrtors of it milo.
Catharine B Stl. won; Weaver 1 10. second;
Soicerset 10(1; third. Time 1:17 j.
l'ilth lface rivo-pighlhs ol a mile:
handicap; tor two-year-olds. Amelia 113,
won: Nellio U 10.V, second; Piillsudo 113,
third. Time 1:00.
KNTI1IKS rOH TODAY,
Flint Usee Six fiirlniiirs: mIIIiis. Kntlit Ins.
lienotini Ids PiiimiIo lo.i, Mevo Jeromo lm, Mout
is'ller nil, HI. All'inis, I. Int.' Uw l. Mils sM.
Htssuiil Itaitj six liirlniMs: Mi'ller wettlns. Cnl-
nil no, Hirlll U' Jtiu Jortlsu U.', Hob Fertjlbe
I hint nnro ait furious;. h'HIiir. Fll II 10s,
Vis lt.it i4, t'uiillnn IOJ, binllt-y, t )douu Hi, iiol
lywissl, Josslti Mehiirlitiiil 'X
Foiirili Iviiett Mllr uml s furious, nclllug. Iltttik
riipl. Iiisnlvue IU, t'ssliler IO-, Nihil Kilter lit'. J
II i Isy Kk
simh Uiion Mslilent; nix lurloiiK Ksir llenii
Ihts II'.'. Kit I'orrtKiiiMloritierlv Siiblt't. sum Wnt
kin. ami lirewsti r I In. Kiilli ami Jennie It li'M.
Vt .'i rUorjf auil PskoU 107, Oku, 1'earl and Miniilr
I'rababla VI Iniirra Totlny.
AT LATUM A.
First ttiieit Taika View, Ktslur Khsiu
ht-etnnl ll.co .tils, tilbson, sllriico,
lliir.l llsiv-Hiii IIu. l.raeln M.
Fonrlli Hstss-Ohlerly, I'nstnwnr,
Hill! llsiv-llisvo. I nliii ky.
Hull luico Utrtl I'o) luii, ( hapiuau.
Flrtl tturs-rariMnlj, IWIe li'Or.
hrsstnit Knorln.ss'tor II, llnllslon.
Itiln! Ksra IHta Isluiitl, Msmiulrr.
Foiirili luce Mmnh' II, Muy tuevik
I- III It IUi- ik-ll II, l.llev if
BlxlU Kacs-Umiip, t'ohleii ll.s-U
Won KM WHO MF.T.
A l oimiilfwaua I'aaittra al I'.s.larn Rare
With the opening ol tho Brooklyn trark
the racing erase, added to tho buseball
mania and kindred sporting symptoms
that annually break out it this community,
give ovidenco of a very neuto atluck this
year, says a New York secial to tho Bal
timore .Viol. Tho Interest now manifested
iu the siHirt nl king and "iH'tteriugof tho
breed ol horses" a the laws frame it. is
nlniost as wonderful as It is rxisn
sive to thn community. Nearly L'i.ihm)
lieoplo went to see l.xlle win tlio
big nice vesterday. Doitblo that number
will besiege Coney Island Jockey Club
trni k when tbu Suburban will be run oil.
This is a Lit year lor the learned ones on
the turf. Thero havo boon many thous
and dollars hung up in tho rich prixc ut
nearly all tho tracks; al 1-ong Brunch, for
instance, tne uggregsto will exceed '.''sl,
Ikkl. At thn now track that the New York
Jot kov Club bavo arranged ut Van Nest
Slalioii, on tbu Harlem Bond, g'.iH.O.sl will
bo given during Its meeting ol twelve days
iu August -ono of the slakes, tho Fi'lipsc,
bning worth F.M.liOO to the winner.
Ihesj are only small items in tho
total, and what a reckoning is
shown In tho analysis of who pays (or it
all. The gambling proiiensily nl human
ity in general will endure as long as the
world lasts, lull thn moralists must cer
tainly view with mi little apprehension tint
bold that it has lakeii lieio us well ns iu
the most ol our other large centers. One
sis'i'iul feature that perhaps the liters lor
tlio press uoliiHt most nl nil is tha degrad.i
tmu .1 nur sjim n and tbu lowering ol
that reverence or her sex and character
on co so universal su Ameiiiaii Inul and
that thn coiilac; of Iho tail and llii t belling
rrnsi) is I'ling'iig iilxiiit dins' II was a
surprise In see a woman at u bone race;
now they ills' tiilmosl us numerous us
tho men. And am li u pass bat it come In
that tt decent woman can baldly Il k Ilm
expel ielu e alio W ill get ill ului'ml any ol
the rt'"peet'iblu trucks hcrcuUitits. The
axiom that till iiimii are equal on Iho toil
und under It is disastrous in ls applieull ill
In Ihn gentler sex. And tint lo-ituig wo
man -whul M'ii can d i Jnsiieo lo her litis
(oil lines'.' Thanks lo the messenger service
nt the trucks and the pool rmnns women
can ri-k in nicy us wo'l us men, and tunny
a ruined homo can loll the stoiy til the cm
soqiieiiees. Nut Cleopatra's imp wiyi half so
fatal lis thn sting ol Iho belling mania,
livery ii"usi'iiNr roorli r at lite Itiusk bus
a seui n of luie of person il expericucti lu
Ihese shaiueliil bits ol skirting hie. List
year the .S"ii eorressin. lent in onu of the
ineetin .'S of Iho Coney I tlaud Jockey Club
Ml III limit nl a woman who bad Iho out
wind iippcuiancu ol Oeing lliu widiol somn
hard woi king met haiue III go. si t ueiiin
slances. Mm was u steady loser diiriiin the
day, seemed to have plunged on a Imrsti
Ihsl was expected to w iu the licit to the
last race. Mio nlimd up nil I walehed bun
with blanched lace mi l baled breath us he
Hied Hie luirard nl Iho run, and when be
did Hash pu-l Iho ill-Li s S siaut
winner slm a.mk in her seal s in rtelt-M,
hyslera il iu is, us she gasM'iL "My i,n,l,
What Would I have done bud be l"si'.'" In
(he it lief nl le.n nhecoufesst d to s woman
besido her that m!iu bad o lingered tier
liu-buii I by going to thn rats-it und losing
money thai be h id re liisod In gito In r any
inole, un I h id 1 1 led every wav to stop her.
sho h i I sjH ut every rent she cm. d get
hold ul nl her own, lllld lb.il tl.iy slut h
i nine no ilesjierato lu lieriul.ilu.itioiitli.lt
slm bad goii'i lo a desk whore slut know lie
kept iiiniioy li longing lo A benevolent
nuclei', ol which bo w.u the In a-nnr, und
it w.is llii that she bad Ih'cii wugeriiu'.
This year one ol thn lies! eil. t Is nl iho t x
t iieiueiil nnd losae ul Hie BiiNiklyu course
was the sinci.lii ol I rank Dalhn, n Balti
more punier, A great race, am h ns can
lm wnn.' tse I at most ol ilm li.u ks, is a
giund uml inspiring sight, but the woue'ii
and boys nil Iho stands and III Iho im.il
roo'iin mar the pieturu sid.y. An I the
evil is ste ulily inerea-in.' nnd dcin.iieU a
remedy. h.tl sliull il U?
Tut: roan inant liwlau I Mury, 2 20, bus
Ixell bred to Hinder Wi.kcs, 2 .'e.
I'll, I. Darn.K recently said I lilt bo
"ha in't a llr.l i.i'.j tw j yo.ir old in hi on
Fi a or live of the get of (ieorgu Kin
Hoy st lite I this spiillg, lllld nil luivu been
I'liiced, svuio ol Ihein clubbing line loim.
Waitkk Dwvstl, wiel was last seusoii
John Spam's right band man, has engaged
Willi Dr. J. W. I i.i v, at Pjlcheii Muck
I uriu, WhIi rlira, N, V,
Dki. Most, 2.211, is InCrit Davis's string
at Hair "l-'oiirg, Ky. Iloslon purin s m.eiu
B. 1. S'liiinoii a c.kIi t lli r ol ; .1.000 lor
the list gel ding, bill it W IS reluned.
W.J. ItocnoN w ilhdlt'W Chliay'.elie Iroiu
tl e l a-igsale, und pl.u tlc.tlly bid iu tiny
l.ineell, 11I11 r slating 111 n t aid lo I 'is puo
he tl. it his hores Mu'dd "all poailivuly be
B'.ld Wi'liollt leseive."
Mi:. W'u. Cor.ntir has recnntly pur
rli .-"I the Volunteer imiro f-siftucs.
'.' .'I, '''lm ol Sidney, '.M'Jj. Mm liuw bus
a foul ut I sit by Diri-etor, 2 17, uml will be
bred to till)' Vi likes, 2:l.i.
Tnr. total 11 uti ii ut of iiiuin y which
pa st il through the mutual 011 Thursday
t ihe I'l.siklui traik was i.o.jT.'i. tl
wliicii lb ' club s pereentn,'n niii'uiiilitil to
41 S.S 'I hri lollt'i I.....1. 1.,., !.....' I....J
j l.iialnh.'i.oM, being u groas j roUt lo Ibo
j c.uIj vl J,JJ- on Ibu day.
He Makes Cross-Examination Lively
Ho Btartloa Bis Hearers With Eh)
Prompt and Honest Replies.
He Admits Evory Word Ho Uttered
Against tho Government.
And Whore Thoso Words Apply
Today Ho Sticks to Them.
Attornoy Goneral Webster Cannot
Make Iiliu Retract a Blngle State
ment That lie Ever Made In
London, May 23. Mr. (iladstono was
present at the session ol tho Puriioll Com
mission today. The cross-exuminution ol
Mr. Win. O'ltrion wus continued by Alter-ney-tienerul
Webster. Mr. O'Brien do
dared that I'mVnl Inliiml, his paper, wordod
according to constitutional methods, aud
advocated nothing but peaceful means to
attain tho end sought by tho Irish Parlia
mentary parly. Ho admitted writing an
urticlo which had been printed iu L'nilcd
Vivi'niiif in which it wus stated tluit O,uoen
Victoria wus only known in Ireland by her
scarcely decently disguised hatred of ire
bind and by her inordinate salary. Ho
also admitted having written another arti
cle declaring that Karl Spencer would bo
tho lust strong F.uglishman who would
attempt to rule Ireland by barbarism, paid
perjury, butchery und tho usu ol the Bueretl
rope, llo admitted tho authorship, also,
of ail article declaring Hint tho chairman
of the committee selected lo rereivo the
Prince of Wsleson tho occasion of his visit
to Ireland would lu hunted from public
At this point Mr. O'Brieu became ex
cited and vehemently exclaimed "he bsd
been, and rather Hull lo allow Fnglish
men to bo deceived by a show of rlisiu
loyalty 1 am roolvctl lo tell thorn Iho
Continuing, Mr. O'llriun Slid ho bad
H'rsounhy never sokcii disrespectfully or
nileiisivelv aguiu-l the Prineu nl Wu'les.
No pe.'ple, be declared, ever sullcicd more
lor loyally than Irishmen, mid none pml
lited more by their protestations ul loyalty
than the ssipli who prctscd them. If it
was clear that Kngland would not sati.fy
Iho aspirations nl Ireland, und il there
was any ruiional cliamxi nl suei-ess, nn at
tempt should he made to rcttcl. lie de
clared thui Ilm London papers wero 11100
resNUisible (or the uclioi.sof tho ill nniuito
parly than was either I'nierly or Fortl.
But (01 Ilm view thiHii pas'rs exprewd
fl.llisl would imt hive been collected in
American lot lbs usu ul the dynniultt is.
Belt-mug to lb rtlt l eonrerrtina Itaaa .
Queen sud His I'iiucmoI Yb.. j.ivv.oiuly
int iitioned iu bis lotUi.mny, Mr. IJ'I'.ntn
suld they wuru jiutillo.1 si Ihe lime tin y
wero wiilieii, hill wen- lint Jusulltni la the
prcseiil slain nl ihe relations bet we. 11 Fug
laud nnd lieland. The nrliele were not
inleiiiletl tn ciilui Ibo s'ople s ohj'-ctimi
to Bntish rule us then ii'luiiins:i led. llo
Ihonnht Bn.h ruin baleful Hu n and bo
thought it hateful mm. Ihe Piniiellile,
when Ihe iml of ihe Prims' of Walts was
Under discussion by the sillllol ities, passed
a resoluiioii sdvi-nig tint ihm In that the
vi-il was not iuleiiibsl (or parly pur posts,
und should not ho uiu lo lii't necnsioii (or
tumble. This sclioii id the I'si ut Kite re
sulted iu creating a let hng ol Citliunes in
pill. he opinion. I he I'n ico nl Wales was
allowed lo pa.vi Ihriiiigl.uiit Ireland tin
Iroiitiled lit tl 1 1 thn 7 e.e publishud articles
ilecluiing Hull Ins visit h.nl crushed tho
powcf ol Mr. P.irii"ll. Il w.is then thought
ilmjH'rntely lleee s.oy In nhutv I nhshlilerl
t lull Ibis was a inislake, niid that tho
Piilicti's Vint was l e.n ' used to stnko
don II the llish cause.
Mr. it'Biieii c x id.ii in-'l that when lie
Hindu the speech III W inch ho lled IliO
words, "Wo tuo ilia slate nl civil' war.
tciiqif red by the se.neily ol llre.irins," bo
wits exass r.ited by li s expulsion I1010 the
oiise tt I minimus ami siko iiinlt r In-
li'lino It eilllg. csilsed bv Ihe leal fill hatred
bt iilnved bv lli m.ij iritvol the House of
Cniiiiiioiis iigiiii't the lrih ineints'rs of
lb.it Isnly. II" il" lured I tint il any so
plo ever hud tho right In rebel Ihn Irish
t njilii tlii-n bul tii it r. ghl, il there w.is
ny i h.inoti ol success.
Attoinev-lieiieiul Wtbder lulerruplej
tho willies lit tin 1 piinl, sating: "Volt
only nl j't led In rx ln-lhoii Ihh .iu.o it was
,i,m leM. "
Mr. 'Prion-In tbu clrcumst.iiu-i'S ol
Ihe lime, uii'inentioii.ililv. Violent Ian-
guag" 1 'illtd 110: bate luillior liillained the
Hoie s mm. Is n.t oiisi I n.'lnii.l. iheir
uiiii'ls Inel Is .11" lui) iik't'iinng Con
ductor when tbn air Is c '.urged with eltc-
Mr. o'Piie-i jusM.C'l i-ertuln srtnles
written bv bun nod '.iuls iu f 1nl.1l Ut.
Uiwl lo lliu- mte ihe liriiiul argument that
Ihiiiiisc Iho L.iglisli In'opie imiillH-red llo,-
til 1,1). l and lb 1 1 I'll lsi.pl ,im,(ss) the
l.iuhsh wt muled 01 do as they bko't
Aitorii.y ii"ier.il Wel .ter iiuoted (rout
1111 r.itle HI f i"' ' 'Sei'i'i iieadetl '"Allen,
Lnikin mi l 11 iWieif JI niontd bj Their
( Imago Kindred," and atked witness
whether il rctcrrcd to tho M.in.hivler -Iniiril'-reis.
Mr. O' I'i ieii replii d: "Not murdorers.but
lm 111 11.' g d in I'p 'il warfare who shot a
peiccm. 111 by mistake."
Tim Aliurm y tniiei.it -The sb'Xitingnt
Iho police in 11 vail ul Msneheslcr wus le
.Mr. O'Lrien - Il was not criminal. Jltea
wbonpelilv take I i-ks In reles-v their com
ludes me 110 more inurileier than any
Isidy bore. T hey acted liom the highot
Ulld lloblest lliolite.
Attoiiiev (iciieriil Wel ster, lioldinj a
piiper Dti you sj the In jd.ng? "Allen,
lairkin and O'lliicli botioie I by their Chi
cago kill lied;''
Mr. U' Prion-Ye; an I the nrtielo was
written by Inc. The proi r-M.nga Were
bent iiiteiriiptt I b) n.e."f ' II arl btar."
Allorney-lieiieiut Web. or -Why Ihoao
Pn-niding Jus'.itv llaiineii Ihreatcncd
thai il older w is not inamt.i lied ho would
liave tho -. in t riHim t i nn d. Hit said he
tmdcisii til ih.d Mr. o ran 11 il"! not con
sider Urn sli.s.tni;: st Man hester murder,
but bo wished to rcuimd hnu that the
ct.int did Mir. g.ud it.
lr. O'Brien su .1 he t'.nd Mr. Ia'tlinond
Invited Mr. I old lo b-present at the Cbt
riio Ciinvtiitio 1. As n prmif td tlieehuuge
in fee.iiig wr'ii..ht by Mr. iludstiiint, Mr.
O'ltneil ii!e I lim I n t that Mr. i old
m eii .-.i 1 1 iivid bis f ir:uer views and
1 in I to I e harm. ess.
'i.es tui.toimud jar. U'i'.iv.i'sletiuioUr