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::' THE APPEAL
Has a laif? etraolatloa twa
T Ut aewttiapar la the re
gies cempjrlsait by th States at
YenncMM, ttlaalaalapl, Arka.
Hi, Alabama, Ium aud Leu.
Ha Urtr dally clreaUtlos
thaaasy otta mhU
ass, Alabama awd Tsxaf,
MEMPHIS, TEKN. TUESDAY, MAY 28. 18S9.
VOL. XLIX NO. 122
i Neat and Grateful Acknowledgment.
i Tha Jookey Club Presented With
" ' One of Els Plates.
A Graceful Letter Returning Thanks
For Good Treatment
Proctor Knott Starts at Latonla To
Day and la a Hot Favorite.
Hanover Will Try It Again at Oraveaend
Today, and Bessie June Will Lock
Horns Wltb Panama Look
Out, Hera Tbey Come.
Cincinnati, 0., Mny 27. Tho seventh
- day at Latonia was tlio first bright Jay of
t mo mooting, yet it mauaged to ram about
' five minutes during the afternoon. Tho
attendance was largo and track fairly fast.
Th reo of Ave favorites landed tho purses,
, whilo the other two a-em tint renllv abort
any means. The Harold stakes, for
two-year-olds, was won by Thicnix rather
littmlily, Jut Slartur Caldwell, who rau
second, gave the winner a good race when
he got out of the ruck. Ho got oft"" very
bad and carried 121 pounds, eight pounds
more than the winner.
First Race Selling. For three-year-olds
and upward that have not won at
this meeting. Three-quarters of a mile.
Kcdar Khan 103, Allen, 4 t) 1, first; Char
lotto J H7, Barnes, even money, second;
Los Webster 102, Magee, 13 to 1, third;
Fan King 108, C. Covington; Renson 10H,
Bloval; Argouta 101, Monaey; Mirth 105,
Soden; Chueny 10!i, Taral; F'estus.102,
rw, L'IJn,.n tr. U'.i. .. ii..: . I... i i
a viviivii, IXKIIIlip W, tllllSOH, in
I the order named. Charlotte J got off in
the lead and never gavo it up until right
f on tho wire, where Kedar Khan cumo on
and won by half a length, Charlotto J sec
ond, Los Webster third. Time 1:18.
Second Itaco Kellinir, for three vear
olds and upward; ouo mile. Louis D'Or
1 102, Allen, 10 to 1, tlrnt; May O 101, Hill,
J 6 to 1, second; lkn Air luo, G. Covington,
f 15 to 1, third; (iolightly 103, Overton;
j Jakio Toms 1HI, Finnegnn; Litlrell 112,
Richcreck; Stuart Uli, Taral; Wahsutca
I 100, Freeman: Cant Heel UW, Grater;
! Arundel 118, Ward; Amos A 100, Fox;
5 Maid of Orleans 107, Magec; Holland 108,
Cunningham finished in llioorder named.
; (iolightly was in front as they passed tho
Judges' staud. May O second. At tho
narUr Stuart was in front, (iolightly sec
ond. They pawed the half in the same or
der. Ncaring the quarter. Uolhrhtlv went
out in front and led past that post into the
stretch, w hore all cornuiciU4d whipping to
the liniah. Louis D'Or wiuiiing. May O
Second and lien Air third. Time 1:441.
Third Itare Purse, for three year olds
and upward, mile snd throctixtoenttis.
Teuton S to ft. liarne. fleet: CiuuioaiM
l.irlcvcnr,n, second; (iilfurd P6, Fox, 0 to 1.
I ll.l.l. t'....... II'. f! . 1-1, '
i ..Mfciaiu i'.i, x luuritn, ijoia iuav
105, Covington; Dad 102, Ktoval, finished
In theonler named. Cn-wius was In front
when the flag fell, with (iilford second,
Teuton third. TheM three ran in the
same order pant the III reo quartern into the
home stretrli, where Teuton took the lead
and with Cansius ran head and head to the
wire, Teuton winning by a short bead,
Cummus second, (iilfurd third. Time
( loiirlh Race Sweepstakes for.threo-
vesr-oliln and upward; 120 each, ImK lor
felt; $m 10 added; mile and seventy yards.
; Punncrotte lui, Wsrwuk, 0 to &, won;
i llravo 111, liar no, S to 5, second; Naw
Castle Isl, Neil, o to 1, third. Tti three
were head and head when tho flag tell.
, At the stnud itravo was a head in front of
' New Caitlls. New Cssllo was in tho lead
as they rounded tho lower turn, liunning
( up tho back stretch, tho three were all on
i even terms to tho stretch, where Itravo lod
' hall way down to tho wire, llanneretto
j hanging right on to him and when near
i thewiro pulled away, winning by half a
i leng:b from llravo second, three lenglhs
in front of New Castle third. Time 1.411.
Fifth lbee The Harold stakes; for two
' year oi ls, f 10 entrance, HO additional to
! start; f 1,000 added; live-eighths of a mile.
l'hiriiix 1 1. 'I, Allen, 2 to 1, first; Hurler
Caldwell 121, Tarsi, 10 to I, second; Avon
' dalo 11.1, liarncs, 6 to 2, third; 1'unn 1'
121, Kllroy; Inclo J lob li:t, Finnegnn;
Wrayaon 11 J, btoval; Abilene 111, U. Cov
fngton; Harry Weldon 111, Overton; Ja Ja
111, Holhs, milshed in the orler named.
Avondalo got sway In front with 1'hirnix
second, who soon look the lead and held
K it the rest of the dinUucc, winning by two
k 'lengths from Htarter Caldwell second,
V Avoudulo third. Tuno 1:0::.
skirics An rooi.ixo ron todav.
Flf liara tolllnc Ihrw qiwrlria mllt. Mairh
blifU U't. k. Iinnllii-r VL .. I'Mhm V'l. II; Mill
Imio lHl..o IH. I Imb l(, I .i :rr !d M,
A la 4. la I IM. Srlil H
hcoitl linre llin; tlif nnnrtrra mil.
S Onli rlf IIO. H Mker w (V. f.l. Iiinir n,
I llrmlil)' l'"l. t:i. 1k Ii, t.1-. Amiai A. v. Kl Mil
; kr l, Thl It".' I "J. Im. , K.il 114 nrl.l Si.
i ll.lnl lUi-F-lhcriihiha ol a atlla A.lrlo M
111, l l.)r All 111). i; r-.-i,l, JO. I- Kllra
, Ixtiialn II", 1.", Vrniil It", I.'. tirm I'm Ho,
, I.' I olllc H Hi Ma) lltt. HiM. r liu,
ilm.l ol kli liUud IIU, Cecil liu, tllltan UuOm.-
, im n. m !.
f Koiirih luv llnndlcnp one ,n1 on-flhth nt a
Bill. Ji wel llan 1U. .; Wr l's ( mtUMv'M.
. t. Mnrrhma Iu7, :l. IMitUiiiml K.. St lmllailr
, ii, f i, W hllcOuM lui, 14 Ultkf low, $4 Uuulia
,' tilth Rave -llrmru Slakra. nn, anil nn-rl(hth
Ma Willi'. ITol'T atiiill III. Im llni'liiutr.ll HA
S. U.i.tl.h III. I.". I um To law Ui. tl
Muh KarThm, kiurthaiil a mil. Ml. Ilia.
. linn II , .Minli.k IIU, t I liaoinao 111 ti Ouu.
. a-l Ili, .', HaluariUli II, tl
i:ialrUs at Ursvaw Talay.
Nxw York, May 27. IUciug enUiea for
riml Kara Sis lurlonrA ronnltod tit, Drulitras
IbS, .lie Let-hrr lus, Mr. IVIIiam IJU. llajjaUaM
toll lus, Onaay (Krlpoult) lot, t'nafa ton
Soooii'l Hue-Villa as1 an alihlh-l-nralf llo 10
niiaranlr lV ProUier Uaa 1(0, llclla II W0, l.wj
II im. swill tut.
Thint laa-l lnr!nna. lUarkbnrn IfW, Klnj
?Ialn. PrlO'" llnwanl, llnrrliain.Torau, I'ow Wnw,
rnrva coll. Mnrllla(, Cirll SartK'aj, Sir W illiam
IHMfh; Mliiou lla.
yotmh ha a- Onaan.l An half mill Klka-twl
In, Fnnia l.'o, Hanorar I A Ulra Ubo IZL, laicoa
1.'.', I'auart Im.
Kidh Utrr-Onr nA onatlahih of a mile. Kra
al Jon 112, l-anama 10", J. A. at. luo, l inplr, luu,
aMxta haca Klerrn-alilronlha of a tnll. Cray
I'jn I .'J. Haymoud It, htabunj I0, I'lauh IVd,
, Bewail al t'blrag.
First Itnce Tbrcs quarters of mile.
Wesvor won, Caahlur second, Somerset
. third. Tlmo-l:20J.
i Hocond Race Throe-quartera of a mile,
' Stllinir. Kamhler won, Dutcheas Mav
aX'cond, Dudley Oaks third. Timo 1:I'J.
Third r.ve--Kevcn-eighths of a mile.
Curl vn won, Mute second, Oriuiu thinl.
Time 1:31, '
lourili l!i: Currio Biuko won, Cou-
ompt second, Recluse third. Time
Fifth Race Three-quarters of a milo,
selling. Jiin Jordan won, Mota second,
name l iniril. J une I:llt.
l'robable Winners TiNlay.
Vlmt Riiiv flnnlniT, Muto.
Pi'Oimil Kiioo Onlcrlv, ( untawny,
Thlnl Maot Utlr All. Lotilort.
Koiirih li1fi t'alleiilo, Jwel linn.
Flllh Kare Pna'lur Knoll, Ijii Huh.
blxth tlutpmaii, Mt. Lebanon.
Klrt nnoc Ilau-ntrlln, ViisiIhkw.
Swiml Kit 1WIU 11., llmllu r IUin.
Thlnl KiuK-Mr Wllliaina. Toixv
Kiiurth Hn llaiiiivor, KUwikuL
Kllili Knee lk'sali' Iniie, hinniiiii.
I-Uih llaca Ciruy Dawn, Ibiyuioud 0,
Tho Montana stables, not unmindful of
tho great benefit which their crack horse
experienced in Memphis, have sent to the
Memphis Jockey Club a beautifully em
bellished pluto, being ono that was worn
by Spokane on the day ho won tho Derby.
Accompanying tho gift is tho following
I.oenvil.l.s, Kjr.. Mny IP, 1S84.
Mcmpbla Jockey Club. M. uinlili. Tcnn.:
(ieutlcmen Permit us to present to your
uaaucimiou uno oi me )iaies worn oy
Npoksno in his great race for tho Kentucky
Derby; also please accept our grateful ac
knowledgment for tho kind treatment re
ceived at your hands during our winter
nud spring sojourn at Montgomery Tark.
Very respectfully, Moktawa Stablm.
Por Harry Mix.
Secretary James Rees acknowledged the
gift in suitable terms, and HpoUnnu's shoe
will hereiMter adorn the Jockey Club
rooms at the race track.
A RL1N1DUFE ENDED.
A TOTJNQ WOMAN BUICIDE8 IN
Ebe Had Been Brought to a Hotel There
by a Tounv Man of Oxford, Ala,
and Having Been Deaertad
P xtII Dl'palch In Tha ApaHil.
UiKuiNiiiiAM, Ala, May 27. When a
servant gill entered room No. 37, in the
Pearson Hotel, this morning, sho found a
Itcautiful young woman lyiug dead on the
floor with a pistol buddo her. Hie had
committed auieido by shooting horself
through the boHy. On Wednesday night
a well dressed voiinir man came to tha
hotel with the woman and registered as
"A. Wilson and wife, Washington Terri
tory." Ho represented himself as being a
United Rates dctertivo, and went Satur
day to Atlanta on alleged buninoMs. The
woman Lad very littlo to do with any of
tho ladies in the hotel, and though
aprently refined, her conduct aroused
some little suspicion. 1 estenlav afternoon
she retired to her room and was not seen
alive again. In her pnafM.inn were found
letters aillrpsael to Mliel Harris, Cincin
nati, O. It lias since liccn learned that
tho young man who brought her here is
Abner Alexander, of Oxford. Ala. He
became infatuated with the woman while
on a recent visit to that city snd brought
her hero ns his concubine. Tho Cor jnor
is siill investigating the rase.
MIBBIHBIPPI BUPBBME COUBT.
Deolsloas Rendered by That Tribunal
FperaU PUjwIrh loTlia Aim1.
Jacksox, Miss., May 27. Tlie following
rases were decided by the fc'upremo Court
fly Cooer, J.s
R. F. Hargrave va tlis State. Convicted
in Coplsh Circuit Court for unlawful sale
of spirituous Ihjuors. Alllrmed.
It. J. Pi no va K. C Williams; from
same court. Afllrmcd.
J. T. Moore i. Co. vs. J. W. Hoaklnset
al.; from Lincoln Circuit Court. Revorscd
Margaret Saris va Warren Howe et al.:
from Harrison Chancery Court A flit mod.
John Watts va Wm. Ilonlrr et al.; Irom
Jones Chancery Court, Reversed and re
Ily Arnold, C. J.t
Prince Fleming v.the Mate and Rich Jor-
dsn va tho Mate, lloih jointly indicted in
Clarko Circuit Court fur the murder of ono
Taylor. A severance was had and both rtcps
ralely tried and convicted and sentenced to
be hung. Itolh cases slllrmed snd Wrdnra
djyf the 3d day of July next, fixed (or
Win. Kennedy vs. tho Stale: convicted
In Copiah Circuit Court of unlawful sale
of intoxicating licjiior. the samo being
what Is known as "Pino Apple P.alm."
Roveraed for the error on trial, been use "of
admitting evidence, of mora than one il lo
cal sale" under one rhargo or indictment
aud cause remanded and new trial
Ily Campltcll, J.:
C.' U (iibson vs. I'.lla Rcirv: from Piko
Circuit Court AllinuoiL
Ijiura A. Kltrell. adinluislrstrix. va
little. Wilkerson Comnsnr: from Oroen
Circuit Court. Altirined.
John lluchsnan vs. tho State: con
victed In tccond District Chicksasw Cir
cuit Court of stealing a rouln. Afllrmed.
8. (tumliell ft ( o. vs. A. Lehman A Co.:
from Copinh Circuit Court Afllrmed.
Hey Morgan ft al. va Jacob Schwartx:
from Wilkerson Circuit Court Revorsed
K lU-rnhelmer A Pons va J. It. Martin:
from Claiborne Circuit Court The judg
ment dismissing the action Is slllrmed.
snd the judgment denying a writ of In
quiry is reversed ami csuso remanded for
ie execution of a writ of Imiuirv. etc
Tho costs of this appeal to be paid by N
llenihciuier A Hons.
P-sltimore A Ohio Fipreas Company va
W. II. Cooper, from Clarke Circuit Court.
A Dlraelle llllaie r Ira.
Macox. (ia. Msv 27. A nm-lil in iVi
Trligrayh from Dublin ssyc Dublin was
visited by the most destructive fire In Its
history yesterday. The fire originsh-d
hear the postollice. In tha heart of tha Im.
ineas portion of the town, and raged until
eleven business hotiaos were consumed.
Only one of tho firms rsrried any In
luruuee. The total loss will reach M,00U.
Marial Mrvleea 1111.
psrlal DUti b to llM Appeal
Yasoo Citt. Mlsa. May 27. Trinity
Church wss crowded yesterday mornina
on tho occasion of Diemoilal services In
memory of the late rector, the Roy. F. V.
Cownn, Tho l!t Rev. Iti.bop Tliomjiaon
ollicUted and dollvercd a beautiful aud
A Banquet Tendorod Mr. Cleveland
By thj Younii Men'a Demooratlo
Club of New York City.
The Ex-PreBldont Makes a Charac
ia Pull of Solid Truths and Very
He Eulogises the Nobility of Party Fealty
When Not Debased by the Desires
of Personal Aggrandisement
Ho Awakens Enthusiasm.
Nkw York, May 27. Tho Young Mon's
Dcinocnitic Club, of this cily, extended a
banquet to cx-President Cleveland, at tho
Fifth Avpiiuo Hotel, this evening. Nearly
000 loaders of tho Democratic party wero
present The eulhusiasm evoked by tho
presence of Mr. Cleveland was enthusias
tic. Tho cheers were long and loud w hen
the ex-President entered tho banmict-hall,
He submitted to the handshaking of tho
many guests for an hour before taking his
seal at the table
Mt. Cleveland was dressed In somber
black. There was mora of tho glow of
health In his face than at tho timo ho
retired from tho Presidency. He appeared
In the bust spirits.
All factions of tho Democracy was rep
resented at the buiuiuot Tammanv, the
County Democracy, officers of the various
other Democratic clubs of this city aud
llrooklyn. A charm was lent to tho oc
casion by tho beautiful docorutions of tho
' The march Into the banquet hall about
8 o clock was led by President Arnold
alone. He wss followod by cx-Preeident
Cleveland, Gov. Hill and Mayor (irant in
the order named, each escorted
by a niemlxT of the club tinder
whoao auspices tho banquet was given.
At the main table was tho guest of the
evening on the right of the club president,
IL . Aruuld. Others in places of
honor were (iov. Hill, Mayor (irant, ex-
M mister to F.ngland Phelps, the Hon. W. L
Scott, tho Hon. C. F. Mack, the Hon. J,
F. Russell, tho Hon. Wm. Uourko Cock
ran, tho Hon. A. P. ritch, ex-Secrutary of
the Treasury taircliild, hredenck R.
Coudert, tho Hon. W. C. P. llreckinridge,
ex-Hoy. Hosdlcy.ot Ohio; the Hon. P. A.
Collins, Col. D. 8. Lsmont and W. D.
Abont seven long tables, laid at right
angles to the guosts, gulhored several bull'
(I red other bauqiietera.
lie lore the gueota tisik their seats Mr.
Cleveland was tendered an Impromptu
ovation, in which not only those in the
banquet room joined, but also those who
ctowded tho parlors oiiu-hle.
It was nearly II o clock tic torethc cigars
were lighted and the long list of siee lies
Mr. Cleveland licing called uiion spoke
mm. ri svc. ami's srri-ii.
Many Incidents of my short residenro in
this goo I city have served to fill uiv cup
of gratitude and to rouse my Bppnt'latiou
ol the kindni'as and consideration of those
with whom I have undo my home. Tho
hospitality for which the ri'tiM-nsof New
i ork have long been rlisliiigiiislithl has
outdone itaidf in my welcome. The mem
lsrs of my profeasion hsve. upon tny re
t'lrn to its activities, received mo with
fraternal greeting, snd persons! friends
hsve not iH-rniiited mo to feel like a strsn-
gi r in a slrsngo city. And yet I can truly
ssv that nono of thtwe things will be moro
vividly or gratefully fcmemhered than the
opportunity aliordcd nie by this occasion
to greet the tiolitical friends I see about
me. While 1 Isrheve that no one ia more
susceptible than I of every personal kiud-
ueaa, ami while I sin sure that no one v al
lies more his MjnHinl friendships. It certain
ly should cause no surprise w hen I aiy that
these things are not more cherished than
uiv stliii Imiont snd lovally lotruo lVnio-
rrsiic (ailh, snd niy ohligsilous to tho csr
dinal principles of its party organiuition. 1
have born honored by my party fur lie
yond my deserts. Indeed, no man ran
deserve its highest honors. After six years
of public service, 1 return to you, my
party friends. Six years havo 1 stood ns
vour Reprrselitstio in the Stale and
Nation, and now 1 tske my place again ia
the ranks, more convinced than ever that
Ihecausei of true Democracy Is the csuso
of the jx-ople their safeguard and their
hope. 1 coma to you with no excuses nor
SHoglcs snd wild no coufoaaion of dis
loyalty. It is not given to man to meet
II the various ana conflicting views ol
nnrltf ilnlv anil twilirv laliich tirMVll In an
organiralion where ndlvuliial opinion Is
so Irecly tolerutod as in tho Ivmocratie
party, ivcauso tiieso views are vsrious
snd conflicting, sonio of thorn must bo
wrong. And yet when they are
honestly held and advocated they
should provoke no billernuas nor
condemnation, but when they are dis
honestly proclalincj, as a mere cover
and pretext for personal resentment and
disapMiintinenl they should !w met by the
expuauro aud roniumpt which they de
serve. H. with sincere design and Inlont,
one charged with psrty representation has
kept the party lailli, tbal must answer his
party obligation. No man can lay dow n
the trust which ho hss held In bvhslf of a
gensrous and confiding people and fsel
that at all times Lis hss met in the beat
Mswible wsy the requirements ol his trust;
lint lie k not derelict In duly if he has con
scientiously devoted his eliurts snd Judg
ment to the people's service, 1 hsvo de
liberately placed In law rounection loy
slly to liemocratir principles and devotion
to the Interests ol lbs people; for In uiy
view they belong together ami should
mean the same thing. Hut in this Usy of
iiartiasn feeling and allachment it is well
or us to pause and recall the truth,
that tho only justification for the
existence of any party is the lairu that In
prluciplo and pcHoruiance its oiijoct ami
purposes are the promotion of the public
good and the advancement of the welfare
and prosperity of our entire country.
There never wss a party platform or dec
laraliou ol principles winch did not ro
fess these things snd make them the foun
dation of psrty creed; snd any body of
i.a.n who ahould only proclaim that
IhrV Were asn ialed together for the ex
iress purl of gaining supremacy in tho
iuvetnuNiul wltu tho sole lutcut of dis
tributing olllccs and the spoils of victory
among the associates would be treated
with ridicule and scorn. Thus are wo
brought fuee to face with the proposition
unit j'uikiu iiiuum iiu iix.ro man iniiivuc
mils be untruthful and dishonest Of
course, in tho supremacy of a party there
are advantage to its members ami this is
not amiss, nut w non high party aims
and professions are lost sight ol, or aban
doned, and tho bcnetir of otllce-holdiug
and personal pelf are nil that remain to
inspire party uctivity. not onlv is the con
fidence of those relied on for patriotic
iiipjiort forfeited, but the elements of co
hesion nndof effective, wad lasting political
strength aro gone, Thu honest dillcrences
of opinion that uiuat always exist upon
questions of principle and public policy
should furnish abundant occasion fur the
existence of parties, and point out thoir
field of usefulness. Tho study snd discus
sion of these questions cannot' (sil to result
in more valuable ritizeuship aud more in
telligent and bettor equipped partisans.
When wo seek for tlio cause of tho per
potuity of tho lH'niocralie party and its
survival through every crisis and emer
gency, aud in the foco of all opposition,
we find it in the fact that Its coruor stone
Is laid in devotion to the rights of the poo
plo and sympathy with all things which
teud to tho advancement of their welfare
and happiness. Though heresy mav
sometimes have crept into its organisa
tion, and though psrty conduct mav at
times have been Inlliieuofd by the sli if li
nens which is tha habit and advice of its
opponent, there has always remained
deeply imbedded In its nature and char
acter that spirit of trim Americanism and
that love of popular right which hss insde
it Indestructiblo In disaster and defeat,
aud has constituted It a boon to the coun
try in its time of triumph and supremacy.
Hie great founder of our psrty, as he
consecrated himself by a Solemn oath to
the faithful performance of tho duties of
the Presidential otlico and pledged turn
self to the preservation, protection and
defense of the Constitution, after present
ing to bis MHrcmbled fellow-countrymen
tho causes of congratulation, found in the
condition of our country aud the charac
ter of our people, linj resslvely added:
"With all these blesair.gM, what more is
necessary to make ns a bappy and pros
perous jwiipleT" Still one thing more,
lellow-cilixcnit A wise and frugal gov
ernment which shall restrain wen from
Injuring ouo another shut I leave them
otliurwiMu free to regulate their own pur
suits of industry aud Improvement and
shall not lako from the month of labor
the bread it has esruod. This is the sum
of gKd government, sod (his Is necessary
to close the circlo of our fellcitiea
lu the lexicon of true Democracy these
words sre not obsolete, but they still fur
nish the Inspiration of o'tr efforts and in
terpretation u( our jMitltlcul luilh. Hap
pily tho party creed wh'ch we profeB is
not within such nsrrow Lnet ss that obe
dience does not iM'ruiiU to move abreast
w ith the advanced th9ti;bt of the country,
and to meet nnd lest every question and
spply a priucinlo to every situation. True
lKmiocracy, staunch in Us adhesion to
fundamental doctrine, la at the saiuo lime
in a proper aeiiso progtesrive. - it reoog-nin-J
our growth snd expansion snd the
birth of new thought an, ecutliueut ll
will liplgo them sll by aals standard, and
in sll stages of nsUonnl development it will
Is) prepared to suswer, ss they arlae, every
need ol tho pooplo and every popular
True IVmocracy hones'ly advocates tia
tlDii.il brotherhood to thu I'lld that all our
fellow countrymen may aid in the achieve
ment of the grand dcahny which awaita
us as a nation, and it eondnmns that tiro
test of liberality and harmony, which,
when partisan advantiigo is to be gained,
gives wsy lo liill.imuiatury aptwala to sec
lionai nato ami pasion. ll iniisia umui
tn at equality lielora the law which eon
cedes the csrv and proteelinn of the (iov-
eminent to simple methoil and nt si'iishlii.
It does not favor the multiplication of
oflices snd salary merely to make partisans
nor use tho promise, and bestowal of
place for tho purpose of Stifling the press
snu prilling ine people, iisixiks lo lighten
the burdun of hlo la every home snd to
take from the rititen for tin coat of gov
ernment, the lowest puawbla tribute.
We know that we. have caiioused the
rane ol right and justice. We know that
we have not permuted doty lo country to
wait UMin exptnlirncy. a know that we
hsve not trailicked onr convictions for
success. e know that ws hsve not de
ceived the people wltli falso premises and
prclensea, ana we Know thai wo have not
corrupted nor betrayed the ioor with tho
money of the rich. . ,
Who shall ssy Ihst Uisso things promise
no reward and that triumph shall not fol
low the enlightenod lodgment and the
sober second thought of , our countrymen?
lliere are usiav no weak, weary and
despondent members of the true leinoc
racy aud there should he uouo. Thought
ful attention to nolltiiad lopics Is thor
ouglily aroused, Kvents are dsy by day
leading men to rsvluw the reasons for
their party afliliotiona tiad the sunis.rtera
of the principles we prefia sre constantly
recruilca by inlclllgeut young and sturdy
It us deserve their confidence: and.
shunning sll ignoble practices, lei us re
main stes nasi io lemornilie laitli ami lo
the cause of our country. If we are trim
and loyal to these the day of our triumph
will surely and quickly come, and our vic
tory will fairly bo won through the In
vlucibls spirit of true Itntocrary,
rape aJ ralllle ia rali Caasil-,
Ipoclal Mt'h lo Ttw AmL
Oiruiin, Miss., May 27. Tlio remarks-
bio drouth still continues in this county
and la beginning to rreslo anxiety on the
part of tho planting community. Notwith
standing wo have not had any rain for
wotks, our corn is not suffering ss might
be siipoaed. There Is a general complaint
that the stand of roUou Is not g d, snd
our eople are hoping for rain on that ac
count in particular.
Hut little Interest ia nmultesirj In the
coming Mate election except as to the of
fice of Governor. Information from all
parts of the county show beyond sny doubt
Ihst the Hon. John M. Htnu is largely the
favorite snd that lie will poll "' itiau
two-thirds of the voles that msy U cast st
tho coining prliusry election. Those who
oppisss film now generally concede that the
county ie fur him beyond a doubt
Special Pl.pab a to Tb Apfal
1AX'X ClTV. Misa.. May 27.-Tli two
whlto ioslal clerks, Iiotw y snd Morgan,
nn II. m 1 1 mu... ..1 1 1 a. 1 .. L..n lliolriuiil
.... ,im ..iixiniiiu cs. ll".
Postollice, have been replaced by a couple
of the nation's wards, who nuke their
llrst nflicial appsnrance tod.iv. iiniuiniry
and J ones, the new colored appoiuleaa,
msy lie very goul men, but the appoint
ment of colored men at sll is n d satiafsc-
toiyioiiio w intra uiong tiiiiiii oi too
riadonwhirh rhav Ihcrs is con-
sidernhle fivling r iIk iiec:iin ' of the
negro into the elllcial Huliuin of this val-
I .. e
THE MISTS RISE
From tho Doctor Cronin Mystery,
And Wonderful Chains of Clroura-
Are Linked Togothor by Many Sus
Was There a Plot Among tho Clan
To "Remove" tbe Doctor Because They
Thought He Was a Bpy f -It Looks
Bo Dan Coughlln Charged Di
rectly With the Murder.
Chicago. 111.. May 27 Tho following
sensational story is published here this
morn lug: The Hilice have been put in
possession of facta which, if true, aro fsr
more startling than was ever exacted
concerning Dr. ('renin's murder. It has
been clearly shown by tho dead mau's
friends Unit his removal waa ordered by a
committee in soma wsy representing tho
Clan Na-Gael Hociely. Chargi-a of trait
orous conduct were preferred against him
at a meeting of a Clan-Ns-Gnel camp, ho
WSS found SltiltV snd Ilia removal ara
ordered. 1 he cnarge was baaed on the
statement of tbe spy of the llritish Gov
eminent, 1 Caron. that there were four
more spies in America When Caron
made that statement on the stand before
tuo rarneii loiomlaaion be waa ordered
lo statu tho names ol the spies. He said
be ilura tui it Lipiiim If il.
known thoy would be murdered. Presid
ing Justice llannen then took him into a
close 1 suleroom. and in tho presence ol
Mr. Klchfttal We lister, the Attorney -General,
who is conducting the prosecution,
and Kir Charles Russell, Paruell's sttor
ncy, lx Caron stated the names.
limn lorty-eight hours after this news
VSS euhleil imat fr i tn. I'iihm.
every Clan-Na-Gsel ramp In America had
met and pasned fesnhuions drrlaring in
favor of a rigid hunt for tho four spies.
Tlio linger ol suspicion, justly or iinlustlv,
was pointed, among others, al Cromiu A
eowiuiltoe was aps)inled to try him. Ho
wss convicted without Iming given a
i-ham-A tn tmiLit a iliifrtt,A m.i.I t.u
sins were brought here from outside points
to carry out tho mandates of the commit
tee. Thu 1st b-r was chosen bv secret bal
lot- It i l-lllilll.l that ll.n llllf.lasw a.. a.
sphsry would not have ended with Dr.
Cronin, had not his body been found so op
portunely in the F.viinsum aventicfiiiiiiiholc.
I'liiim Burn ntlt.ip lnklni., .. ..M
- " ' - ' v...... III.IIIUVH ni inu 111 u-
tiolier's list, and tliev annl.l l,n. mII
slinr.il Cronin 'a fate had the chance lo
dispose ol thetn safety arisen. It Is
claimed that W. J. llviies, an aitornev;
Father Twobv, a promiaenl Callxillo rU-r.
avinunt (liL llutllet l.lnamt 1'ai.l T l
O'Connor, John levoy and' ono or two
others had been tried and convicted of
certain charge and nrdesa lor their "re
moval" signed. In the ease of Hvnes snd
Hevoy 11 was alleged thai they were care
leas hi letting iM'aron make away with
the Clau-Na-t inel rernnU olil. l. I. ........ I
the basis of his teat i mini y U-forn tho Par-
..ii . ... t ... .
lieu loiiiinix-ioii. l4lol, ll)ma Slut
iH-voy were the recogiiiscd leaders of the
order, and to them wna lnlrutel ili.i i-m
of all Its records. Tln ri.-nr.la ,11. ....
beared Iho day l-Caren started lor F.ng-
innu. ror a iiino suspicion Mlutei al
llvne and Duvoy, and though tliev
clearly established their Innm-ciiie, their
"removal" was oidered s a warning to
uiure generaiions oi oincers.
iiisr Toitwio isir.
A Mills InalgM lalXth 4 kararltr af
Nsw Youg. May 27. A New Haven
Seial save It will be remembered short
ly after Dr. Crouin's disapjtearauce ilwss
reortvd that ho had been sH-n lu Toronto,
Canada. Alleged interviews wero sent lo
the Chicago papers, and through that
source were scattered bresdesst through
out the country. Among those who, It was
alleged, had not only seen but conversed
with Dr. Cronin was one Win. J. Marker.
a former resident of this city, hlarkev'a
record here is a thoroughly bad one, and
his statements, coupled with llin discovery
of Dr. Crutiin'a body, comince many of
mo repuisnie irisn-American residents ol
this rily that Cromn has Irn-n a victim of
a villainous conspiracy, which nono of
thetn will countenance, f lat key's history
in this Mate ia aomewliat remarkable. He
was appointed Clerk ol the City Court in
is; J by Hon. I. run llarriaou. ami waa
subsequently reapiMiinted in l0 by
Judge James r. JiaiM-ia k. One lino morn
lug Msrkey turned up Jl.rttSI abort in his
accounts. n skipped the lown between
a Saturday uight aud a Hundsy morning.
Judge JIbImim k, who apsilnU-d Marker,
droed dead on tho bench within a few
hours Slier learning of the giscahty
of Ids clerk. Not a rent of the
money stolen by Mirkey was ever
recovered. An eflort was mails to compel
his bondsmen lo make good lo the city
tresttiry the amount Markcyhad pocketed
but without suci-ess. Ths same political
pull whli h hud kept Sim Ley out of Mate'a
prison saved Ins boieUineii. iho fugi
tive from Justice keiilsway from Connect
icut for a number of years, but he linallv
showed up as brsum fueod as ever. Ho
has visited Nnw Haven several times since
hl escapado, but hss never been bio-
There is no doubt." said a prominent
Irishman, "ulxiut Mai key's iiitimary with
prominent members of ths Clsn-Ns Gael
of Connecticut, and it is gonersily sup
pitd here that he is a member of tlio Chi
ijwi Digril il wss rumor. I dial Msrkey
was lo ew l ork siel Iiiseclor llrncm
would hsve htm under lock and key Inside
of Isrtity-four hours. The opinion here
Is, since the arrest ol Detective Coug'ilin.
that the Chicago police authorities will
show leas apathy In arresting Markov.
While no or hern will nnenlv sav thui
Mnrkey had anything to do with the Cro
nin cas. there are man v alio are of Iha
opinion tlml Mark"y did not lie without
an object when ho circulated his alleged
inter ir w wiin Lr. i ronm.
In connection with the above disnalch
from New Haven, a reporter this morning
Interviewed Inspector llvrnea Tha In.
Siector wss asked what step he hsd taken
to secure the srrest of Msrkey, but he de
clined o givo any Information, pyrites
finally said that up lo the present lime be
had lurnlslied no iiilormstion whatuvi-r to
the press so far ashismoveiiionlsweru aiii
ccrned In endeavoring to sol v)t lie mystery
urrnunding fir, Cromu's ib a h.
1 have firoa out nothiog for publ ei-
tion so far," ho sold. "Tho timo has not
yet arrived for mo to speak."
Iimpector ltyrnc would not deny that
ho had two of his detectives at work on
this end of the raso. These men aro sup
ixawd lo bo Detectives Valleley aud
Golden. It Is nlso alleginl that an emissary
from tho llritish Government has been in
frequent consultation with Inspector
Ryriios about rho Cronin caao.
Tbe I'ullr Are lltanied.
Kansas Citv, Mo., May 27. Miclmol
Roland, Judgo of the Polico Court of Kan
sas City, admitted tmlay that ho was tho
member of Iho Clan-n.t-Giiel against
whom Dr. Cronin preferred rhargca of
misapplication of fuuds in 18.HH, Judgo
Roland said that the charges were fulso
and ridiculed tho ides that tho Clan-nu-Gael
was directly or indirectly resismsiblo
for tho murder of Cronin, saying: "('renin
had already made thu charge they were
on record, nnd what was to Im) gained bv
getting rid of him? I lielievo tho police of
Chicago are putting this v-K-iety phase on
the case so us to cover up tho tracks of thu
real atonssins or to divert attention from
their own carelessness."
laa enahllaa 'barl Hltti Harder.
Cuit-Aoa, HI., May 27. Tonight nt
lft 1" o'clock, Ihuiiel Conghlin was for
mally arrested In the polieo-atation cell,
where he has been detained on suspicion.
An examination by a iuti,e was held tit
once within the stono wal's of the dun
geon. A few moments later the tnairistrale
ordered a commitment, aud Coiighliu was
hurried nul on the wsy tn the county jail.
Tho warrant was sw'orn out by 'John
( renin, the brother ol thu dead doctor,
Coughhu Is charged directly with thu
murder, and at this hour is being taken to
luo county jail.
TRUE TO II EK FIRST LOVE.
OBNU1NB SOCIAL BKN8ATION
Young Lady dopes With a Young
Osntlaman and Leaves Anothsr
Betrothed on the Dsy They
Were To Ba Married.
Siei lal PUti-li tn The Alwl.
Ciiaitasoooa, Tenn., May 27. There
was a genuine social sensation In this citv
PhIsv, the cause being the elopement of
two well known and popular young people
of this city, the ludy leaving another be
trothed to mourn her hiking oil". Miss
Jcshio Morse, known lo her many friends
ss Miss "Tosy," a beautiful sieciincn of
womanhood and as bright ss she is beauti
ful, rho lives in Cincinnati, but sho has
been a frequent visitor toCliatlanoog:!, the
guesl of her sister, Mrs. Cailey, who re
side here. Fur ths pus! tso or three years,
until a short time sgvt, Mia Morso has
been engaged to Mr, Clsrenee Mdpp, son
l ('apt. James T. Miipp, a leading insiiu-
iBCMirvr ami one ol tl inost poiuliir men
in iimi eiiy. tor soma liiiinw matter the
rngagnment was broken off, Mr. Milpp g.
Ing to a uetKht-liig fate tor temporal v
resilience. In the meant mo Mis Morao
received ths alb-nlions ol I'r. W. ! (aha
gau, a yniing physician, who, during tlio
yellow fever scale last year, was Main In
six'ctor in lliis rily, and Iho tiro were to
luuo Isen married tlx lay. I ht Saturday,
however, Mr, r-hipp returned In the city,
met Miss Mors', the liilmin Icratanding
was etplainixl, and thu two young hearts
again longe.l for each oilier mid wanted to
Ix-iil as one. Afi-orditily, last night they
biMirded a Nashville A ('liatliinooga tram,
none of their (i lends knowing their iiitmi.
lions, nnd wero uuirried at N-wane. In
the meantime Mis Morse hud untitled Dr.
Galuig.ili that ahe could not fullill her
pniiiiiv-s today, all unmindful of tho sad
awakening that awaited him. The young
runaway couple are isitii popular and will
shortly return ami recuivu the congratula
tions ul their liicnils.
COLLIER VILLI NOTIW.
Dr. Walk O vea Up Ills Cburcli-The
r-i lal IM.Mli b In Th A.pal-
Coii.ir.iivii.ir, Tenn., May 27. Tho
rain of Saturday was hailed with joy bv
sll rlasM's ef our people. Tha long drouth
wits iH'ginuiiig lu tell crntiy Uiil tho
rrnps snd vegetation generally.
ur scIumiIs sre busy With their prepara
tions for the annua! rnmiiienr-euiriit eier-
cises nest inontli. It has Ik-cu a yeir of
uuessiiipled prsirity for all our ru hm-la
There was an Impressive airns In the
Clirisliau Churcli hero yesterday. Dr.
David Walk, of tins citv. has been ph-ai h-
Ing for Una church two snd a half years,
ami on sceoiiril of his departure for tho
Pacilic Ciatst in the near future, where lie
riM-e s lo remain several mouths, hn took
leave ol the church al the evening ari ice.
I lo urged iii-oii his ticoplo the necessity of
employing a liiitbful pastor lo live among
them, as ho would not be able to sen e
them any longer. During the day ho ad
ministered the ordinance of baptism to
four young gentlemen snd one young In ly.
Al Ilia niglit crli- tlnsie, with Iwo a.l-li-
tlolisl rouvrlls, were received into the
f.-llowalilji of Iho rhuich, m ikinj tcvrn in
Our ei.le part with Dr. Walk with
sincere rego t, as ho lias greatly cudcared
hlmwll to Hie clllens generally.
S-ral Pl.palili U Hi. A.al.
Ni.wiiiiit, Ark., May '.'7. Al Tucker-
man, ten inili-a liotn hero, r-uud.iy even
ing, Mr. Taylor llopp wns married to
Miss Ian in Is t'onditt. The marriagu was
the occasion of bringing out a large Con-
gregatioii lo the Metliodint Church, niniiv
of whom weie relatives of the bride, lo
wish her Joy and hsppinea lu her new
- - i
tlsliar(r t a) . t airlra.
Hproial a.Mi. h UiTS Apiiral.
ItniMiM.iMN, Ala., May 27. The Louis
ville A Ns-livillo Company ha begun ths
work nl d'schstging conductors on the
Kotilh A North i'ilslon. Yesterday Capt.
J. S. CsMalisn was relieved in Montgomery
and J. (' Itilleubiirg sppolntcd in his
place. Nnrausn ws given for the ill.
Charge. I.sat night William IL Yaughsn
wis relieved by Henry I, Jordan, who
has been tunning the Montgomery aceoui
m.dation train. Conductors 'William
Prewster snd Dick llrsden, who wero
llitou,-li pimseiiger inon, have been dis
charged and llieir places llllcd by Oscar
Nwrll and Jesse Walsworlh, freight con
diiclor. 'the olliclals will giv no reason
for the discharge. There is strong talk ol
sinke, and tlm onduclors, it Is said,
roinplaiu t the Order of lUllwu
Illinois Miners Eocoming Diastrous.
The Sheriff of Will County Asks for
The Strikers Fill a Mine Shaft Wltb
Cars and Dabrls.
Fourtoon Iluudrod of These Des
porato Men Ars Marching
Toward the Braldwood Mines Armed
With Rovolvers, Army Muskets,
Buot Uuns and Bad Whisky
Tbe Military Moves.
Spiiinoi iki p, HI., May 27. Gov! Fifer
received a telegram from Iho Sheriff of
Will County this m iming saying be was
unable to keep thu H-ace, and asking
military protection at tho Ilraidwood
mines. The Governor ordered tho Adjutant-General
to send suilicieiit military.
Adjutant Yanco ordurcJ ono regiment to
tho scene and has gouo to tako cliargo of
A Mob r Whlakr Moah.
Cuii A.i.s III., May 27. The Du.'v .Vrnw'
siecil from Joliel, 111., naya Company
R, of this city, belonging to tho Fourth
regiment, Idinois National Guards, has
been ordered lo Ilraidwood to disperse Iho
striking miner, A report Just received
hero ststcs that -IHO strikers from Clark
City and nearly l.tKKl from Valley Creek
are marching Inward the Ilraidwood
mine, armed with clubs, revolvers, army
muskets and shotguns, and that many of
the Italian strikers sre crazy with liquor
and are determined to stop 'the men w ho
went to work in Iho minus this morning.
Seiiotis trouble is ocllcipatcd whnii Col.
Ilennett, cotiiniitn llng tho Fourth regi
ment, meets with Iho angry strikers.
Tbey Iteairay fraperly.
Cuit Aim, 111., May 27. A sioial fr ra
RnildwiKNl, III., theicenoof the trouble
with tho striking coal miners, says: In
rehouse to an appeal by Iho Sheriff of
Wilt County, lor relnforeemonts, (iov.
Fifurhos authorised thu Illinois National
Guard to protirt proporty and persons en
dangered by tho riot at Ilraidwood. Adjutant-General
Vance has ordered a
troop In tho SlicriU's aid. A Unit
frsj slukors from adjoining uiino vil
lages, srinivl with guns and revolver,
marched in a body to the "J." shaft In
this city al il o'clock today. About lilteen
einplo who wero present were inarched
al the end ol the sinkers' guns to a sals
distune north n the shslt, and the turbu
lent mob than proceeded to nit Die shaft
up with pit rare and dobnssn lwmk
things generally. After a half hour of this
work they left, saying Kiev would he I s. k
shortly ami burn the shaft fcerfoiu I unci
are expected. sv
Thoir Profitable CJuforo;ie at m
Tenn. Work Aco jmpllshad. vd
Ss lal Pl..iU It lo Tli A t-.nl.
lUvxix.i, Tenn., May 27. The Metho
dists have held pme.ioii of II lltliug for
the last three days, and thu rilixoua hsvo
extended a cordial and bountiful hospi
tality. Th j occasion wis thu annual ret
ail. n ol tho Dycmburg District Conference,
which on 1 relay was pn-xided over by tho
Rev. Dr. W. ('. Johnson, an I on Saturd ay
by Hi. Imp ('. It, Galloway. Tho reports
showed great prosperity in the ilrilual
Slid lelnHiriil inleicuM of the ihtirch,
'tins was iho rMt c:k- i.illy in church
building, there being about twenty lion-c
ol worship In pri,'r.-aaa I in pre-iecl this
year, including three rcci-iilly do.hcated
to the worship of God. Whilo an unusu
ally high ilere of spir.lnalily prevails,
the Meihisliata In Iho district era Isr ad
vanced beyond former veara in the sup
port of 1 1 ie uilnisiry snd in contributions
lo iiiimIoiis auj other leading beneolcnccS
of the church. 1 he preaching was lllitiau
nlly line, and heard with prolit and pleas
ure by great tlironrs of rwnle. Ilmhop
Gallowsy preached Sitlur l ay an I Sunday
eliMiieiil an I powerful sermons, and slier
Sunday morning's -ruioii he d.-.iist-d
the beautiful new cliurch edifice wtlrt
crest linHi ueiiess sn I sole n only, while
all the people rejoiced with the Methodist
in the success n their roo. licfore tho
de.bcatioii fuil was contributed to com-
i lele the psynieiil lor Ihnelcg mt building.
:,).illy i xe.'i.eiit aa-rmo'it were preached
during seioii bv the llevs. W, F. Ham-
ner, W. W. Ad mis, F IL llaiinllon. C.
J. Mauldiii and I . K. Itrausford. Sunday
night llinhnp l iinloway pn-ni bed lo a very
isign nirign g n.on in i-ipiny. lo.isv lie
n turns lln'jii-h Muuiphis lo his home
in Jai kain, Mi-s. Sua
Reports R-o ilvd by the farmars'
VI r Halatlvs to Oralna,
Cnii ii(, III., May 27. The following
will bi is-ar in Ibis Wi-ik's issue of ths
From thi'iii'orniailou furnished by cur
crop rorresHiudeuts relative to Iho condi
tion nl wheat, oils sud barley, ll would
Si;e.ir lliul the priiects for grain crops
uie, on Hi whole, very lavorabls in sll the
territory covered by our report except ia
Ohio, 'Indiana and Kentucky, slier
drouth still continue.
Th condition of winter wheat bat
changed tail liitlu since our last report,
1'ie avoras perccntago iM-ing slightly
lowor In Illinois, Indiatm, Kentucky and
Ksnsas, snd a trilln higher in Ohio, Mis
souri and Wisconsin. 'I he condition of
spring wheat i-unchanged In .Minnesota
an t iMkota. Nclirks n-porW show soino
Improveiueat, and those from ! a slight
lint Pio'tiecta are rol in .xtiasouri.
Ksnsas, .Neiirasks, Micliigju, Minoraut,
Dakota, low.iaml Wiaeouun, particularly
in III two Slates Irani named. HrpoiU
frem Indiana, Miiiok, (Mho snd Ken
tucky sre not lavorable, dvubtlras
ow ing to drouth.
Iho liailrv growing sections rcpon ins
condition nl thst giant nearly average In
all the States rxe-rl Dakota, where it
falls ronsideuble below luo er rent,
'Iho n.iisl avr-ng' hss U-en sews to
corn in llhnnis nnd k.iiias, but an In
crease is inin cable in oilier Males, parti
cularly in .Nrhia-k i and Minnesota, ( j
UU'lhVII.I.K. kr.. Ua Htrvt Ulllns. llk
I !! ' Im In-un III I. K aul lik-l It WSS
Ui caaiL UisuLtf vinr.