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-THE APPEAL -
Ras a largsr sally elruljitiaa
thaa knj athti nwiptfnli
Iuiuhh, MlsaUsppt, Arkaa
sas, Alabama asd Txaa
MEMPHIS. TENN;. Fill DAY, J.UNE 11, 1SS9.
VOL. XLTX NO. 138
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gloa eanprirl by etataa at
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Alabama, Xaxas ul Loa-Islaaa.
item f isp Aff t n I
THE GRAND JURY
Takos Up Alexander Sullivan's Caso,
Mra. Conklin la the Main Witness,
but Adda NothlDg
To the Testimony Which Eho Gave
Before the Coroner.
The Utmost Soorooy la Carried Oat
In the Proceedings.
A Scotland Yard Detective Discovered
In New York Looking Out for the
Interests of the British
Marony and McDonald
CniCACio, 111., Juno 13. Tho principal
interest in the Cronin case was contored
tins morning in tho Grand Jury that wet
at 10 o'clock a.m. in Judgo Shepurd's
court. Tho strict orders of secrecy which
wore instituted yesterday wore in no wise
parted from. A bailiff stood guard at
tho foot of tho stairs below the jury-room;
no one but witnesses and officers of the
court was even allowod to ascend to the
floor above. In accordance w ith the con
cral summons issued various witnesses ar-
rived curly on the scene Mrs. Conklin
and John J. Cronin were tho first to uiuko
an appearance, the former loaning upon
tho arm of the murdered man's brother.
Tho Carlsons, futhor and son, came next,
and were followed by Capt Schuottlcrand
Tat Pinan, tho livery inun. Luko Dillon
and P. AV. Dunn spent a few minutes in
the jury-room, but only to givo suggestions
as to tho propriety of summoning certain
gentlemen w ho might supply missing links
in the long chain of circumstantial cvi-
denco. Martinson, tlie expressman who
hauled tho furniture to the Carlson cot
tage, and Tliiel, tho bur-tender who found
the bloodv trunk after it had been aban
doned by WoodrufTund his accomplices,
wee IkjiIi escorted to tho jury-room by an
accommodating bail ill".
Mrs. Conklin was the first witness wiio
testified, and sho occupied the chair about
twenty minutes. Her testimony was only
repetition of that which has been many
times published, except th.it she attempted
a minute description of the mnn who, by
means of tho iceman's card, decoyed Cro
nin to his deuth on Muv 4. This descrip
tion, to fur as Mrs. I'tmklin s memory ex
tended, tallied perfectly with the pub
lished description of McDonald, tho black'
smith now under arrest in New York.
Tho remainder of the jury's invcsliga
tions during tho forenoon wero singularly
devoid of interest, l'ut Diniin, tho livery
man, took tho stand, repeated his oft-told
storv and wns excused. His evidence va
ried in no wise frjiu bis testimony before
the Coroner's lurv.
" Old man Carlson, the owner of the
death cutt.igc, ilctailed tho particulars of
the renting of the property, and was re
quired to lax Ids memory to its utmost for
a lit desciiption of tho parties who took
possession ol the house, aud hou Men
titvisnowso enifcrlv desired by tho Chi
cngo police. He became slightly confused
in his story, however, and shed but littlo
held tiiKn tho ense. His son was next
culled to the stun. I and ho did somo Ut
ter. His description of Williams tallied
in ninny resin-cts villi llmt of Mr. John
J. Marony. the dapper cockney Irishman,
whom the New York tiolico now have In
custody. Chief Hubbard feels hoeful
that these two will turn out to be one and
Cunt, Schuctllcr wa on hand all the
forenoon and was called in once or twice
to enlighten Iho jury as to the scoag and
result of his invcstiinilion iu certain par
ticulars. Chief Hubbard made his appear
ance in cilixeu's dress and was alive to all
uuw ilcvelonmcnts of iutorcsL
All the witnesses examined during the
afternoon had previously testified at the
Coronet's iniinest. lhcyjwcre Ictective
J aimer, I'iniin s nosucr, .tiorviauo, m. r.
Hale, Re veil's carpet layer, Henry Hocsch,
who found tho body, and Officer Lnrch,
aim f.iim.l tlin Ir.mk key In tho cottnim.
It was understood that they simply re
lented the statements they made at tho
Ii.iUcnL The jury adjourned at 4 o'clock
p.m. until tomorrow.
ftotarlfclas I p aw Yrk.
Nxw Yohk, Juno i:L Tho MnilanJ Ex-
prrm this evening prints tho subjoined
story, under these Leadlines, lu large dis
ASD WA1CBIKQ hltl HOVKSKST IS THS CSCXI
cast s mcimiive rsox mi-t mu
A detcctlvo from Scoland Ysrd, who
wore black whiskers, and who showed a
bunch of whlta teeth, stood on Cham
bers street, west of tho County Court-
4ouao today, from 10 o'clock till If
o'clock. He had bis eye on No. 2M Rroad-
way. which is the offlco of David M. New-
bcrvcr. tho counsel fr John J. Marouy,
accused of complicity la Iho murder ol
Dr. Croiiin at Chicago. Twenty yar.ls
awav from tho Scotland Yard detective
was Pat Dolun, of InsMctor Hyrncs's staff.
He was within a few feet of llrosdwsy and
Chambers street, and bis eyes were fast
ened on No. Ltd llroadway. lien Ed
ward J. Rowe. the cx-Clan-na-iael man.
and lawyer Ncwlicrpcr left the T.roalwny
buihlina." lvtoctivo lilan followed thoiii
toward tho Tombs. Iolan is a big fellow.
alwavs ready for a (iuht, and it would take
just 'such a man to grapple with a giau:
like lUwe. The K-otlaul lard Uelectivo
reenvnized Homo as bo li ft the llrosdwsy
binl.liiiif. and ho atucklr liirne.l his back,
In a moment, hnwevcr.be had (need shout
and again had his eye on No. 2U1 liroad-
A Af.ii nnrf l'.xjrr reporter asked him
tho time of day. His lower lip dropped
because of some physical disability and
Ins white teeth showed plainly as lis re
plied: "It is 10.00 o'clock."
The man had a pronounced English
imiit and was alltl on post at 11. -sj
Miij. ItU'lolph Fifpatrlck, ol No. 117
Went Sixty third street, who was Adiu
tsnt-lienersl in the Fenian army that in
vadn I Canada, is one ol the men willing
to swear (list Marony was in his place on
tho day that Cronin was murdered. In
anile of any denials IniscUir Hvrncs may
make, It may I said with confidence that
..I l.ta .ImIa.-iU-.-a tm Irwiklti.f lifter Vila.
TI.m IbHi.p haa ait 1-n.rhi.ri iaifi
who la n ardent supporter of Irish anpi-
raii'jus. FiKpulrick aud biiw ifu arn tu -
lied upon ns two who will help to estab
lish nu alibi lor Blnronv.
Iho atiumnt to prove tho prisoner s in-
nocenco will not ston with tho evidence of
titrick nd hii wife ami u. Rowo.
Olio nt Mumnv'ii rubers yesterday lit
the Tombs was Thomas J. Deunehy, o( tho
Wolf Tono Club, of llrooklvn. II j holds
a political ollice in Kings County and is a
trusted man in tho uiui-Uuvoy-lireHHU
wing of the Clan-na-Uacl.
Mnronv. Dennehv and lion, sillier, tho
latter a member of tho Tress Club, now
dead, wont across the Atlantic two years
ngo on a secret mission. Maronv w.ls
kuown as Melvillo. .Miller superintended
operations from l'aris and Deunetiy's as
sumed nauio b not kuown. Deunehy,
however, has many Clun-na-tiaul men in
ins ciuup, and lie is expected to late part
in tho alibi business.
Tho Executive Committee of tho Clan
na-Ciaol or United llroiherhood of Amer
ica met lint nitlit und decided that Ma-
rony and McDonald should In) kept in
New York if ioBillo by any form of law.
All tho members did not meet together.
Home wero reached by telegraph, and the
lion. I'atnck Kgan, who is on tho ocean,
was not, of course, reached. Tho meeting
is said to have been held iu 1'hiladulphia
and thoso alleged to have been present are
Thomas ltonayne, of No. 3 lleekniau
street, New York; Thomas Tierney, of No.
Hz lierry street, ISrooklyn; J. J. r.radlev.
of No. l.L'.'l Chestnut street, l'hilsdel
phiiij K. U'Mcughur Condon, of the New
York Trees Club, end John M. 1-couard,
of Fall ltivcr, Mass. Tho meeting may
not have been beid in Tlnludel lua. but
on good authority it is ulleged to have
been held there. Thcso men nro anxious
about Marony becuuso tho iiritisli CJov
ernuicnt wants him. Senator John Sher
man has a bill iu tho Senato w hich would,
if it becumo a law, hand Maronev, alias
Melville, over to llrilish justice. It is tho
desire ol the Clan-na-CSuel to get Marony
Iree aud out ol the wav.
HichaM Holaaxl Urlna Walrhc.l.
Ciiicaqo, 111., June 13. Chief of Tolico
Hubbard admitted today that ho had two
men in Kansas City watching Michael In
land, the prcsont ltecorder of Tolico of
that city and former member of the nolo
Aro you going to arrest Coland? tho
Chief was re-ted.
"That will depend upon tho action of
tho (.irand Jury," replied the Chief, eva
sively, ''but mv men are not lu Kansas
City for the purpose of arresting Mr. l!o
laud lust now.
The fuels in tho caso are said to be that
the Stale's attorney cxects an indictment
against ISolniiil, ami the tliiel sotheersaro
in Kansas I ily ready to take lJoland when
tho indiclineut la returned.
Msronjr nuit Mrltanalil.
Nkw Yohk, Juno 13. lu4iector Dyrnes
said this moniing that ho had received
word from the Chicago authorities that the
officer from that city to tako charge of
tho prisoners, Marony and McDonald,
now in the Tombs and uuder arrest for au
alleged connection with tho Dr. Cronin
murder case, would bo in tho city tonight
with tho noceswry rcoiiisitiun papers. Ar
gument is to 1)0 innde in tho Supreme
Court tomorrow morning on the writ nf
habeas corpus in behalf of Marony snd
RACES AT BT. LOU13.
of tbs Jerome Park Meeting
Sbeepshead Day Tomorrow.
Sr. Lor is, Mo., Juno 13. At tho races
today the track was in good shape, the at
tendance largo and tho racing g xxL
First lUco Seven furlongs selling; for
three year olds and upward. Irene 12',
McLaughlin, 1 to 3, (iMt; Ernest Unco 101,
Overton, 10 to I, second; Mirth mi.stoval,
10 to 1, third. Tho others finished as fl
lows: Clara Fishuitfi, elhugton,30 lo I;
Ifarrlsburg W, Ilaruus 10 to 1; Sleepy Dick
101, Swau, HO to 1, Luko Alexander 11H,
Corbet!, Tito I, Jim Nave KM, Stevenson,
:u to 1: .V.urkl 1 wain r.'l, Iturko, M to I
Krucst lUco mado tho running until a fur
long from boms where Ireno joined him,
and, in a driving finish, beat him a bead,
two lcmiths between second and third.
Second llace For three year olds; ono
mile. sngeur 111, N-amnn, 10 to 1, lirsl;
Ixinir I'anci 11.', .Murpliv, J to n. sconil;
Olockncr 11., I'.lnvlick, 7 to 1, thir l, l lie
others. Ilnished: Unlucky T.-J, Moral, 10
to 1: Chilhowie 11", Covington, ft to 1;
l.ucv T 110. r-oden. 10 lo 1. ijnirapavi.i
son got away in front an I hel l her advan
tage to tho stretch, where angcur csme
nn and won easily by two lengths, a
lenirth between second und third. Timo
Third nice 1 lie lun r.xcnango sink's,
f 1.000 added: for Iwo-year-oMs; six fur
loiiirs. Tenn T 113. .McUiiuhlin. 3 to
llrst: Starter Caldwell Ell. Tar.tl, ft to I,
second: Wutlcrnon 113. Itirmst. 5 to I.
third. Otliois r:nnimgo ii-i, Jonnson, iu
to 1, was the other starter. Wat
lemon and SautiaL'o ninlo the run
iiimr to tho stretch, where Tenn 1 t'sik
tho lead anil won in a canter by four
lenittbs. hull a Iciiirtb between second and
third. Time Eliil.
Fourth Itmv One milo and an eighth.
Calirnte l', Ilarnea, even money, llrst;
Oardner 10' Overton. 13 to 10, sei-otid:
T.londa 107. Covlnirton. 6 to 1. third. The
others flniohe-l in the following order.
l-edy Hemphill ir7, Sslen, 3 to 1; liosohno
111, Sloan, if) to 1. Culiento was first away
ami led from atart to finish, winning by
three lenths; a length between second
sml IhlPU iimo i osi.
Fifth Rare Han. Heap swccstnkcs; for
thrrc-yoar-olds. one unto, ciarsuii
l'.lnvlok. 3 to 1. first: Strideawsy IP),
Iturnet, 11 to 5, second; IJuecn of Trumps
UK). Soden. 10 to 1. third. Iho others un
Ished: Albhonse 8S. Stephenson. H to 1:
I-la May 10H, Covinirton, U to I; Kilty K
ti . Ircoman. l- to 1: tomedy in., l loins.
5 to 1; Fayette 1o.i, Overton, 3 to I; iJidy
(isy 102, K-aman, 30 to 1. (jueen of
Triimps led for a hull mite, where Stride
swsv went to tho trout Up the stretch
Clara C came through snd, in a whipping
finish, won by a bead. Iimo 1:41.
KSTaios roa todat.
Klrt Kaoe srn-liiMli.ff s mile. KI.1n.pW,
Iu-l.i-rc III, Jriuitv l. l.rUn.l III, Kr-i.ln ns.
hm.iu! Rie-H.r'ililln nl s nillK. Nuiilil. V
i.7. l.iitnu I"". MIm HsiiiI p.7. Ih-wrma-r Vn,
Vi-ii.ii.o ii7. l)pt Iu7, is Js 114, Cllur Bill,
lliir-l Itarv Mil sn.l s ball. Illudoornifl ,
llillilli .o. Irtn (on. iu.
touidi ll..s-Mlle aud AO r.rtli. IV-nPs .
lu.. iu, llarrr itl.nn Mm, latins llcll. lu
Man Inn. iu i-rin.n in.
I Hill Uri -Mil.n-l a hill ttM-l.lwri.af Vnlll
lit 164, I.lliro lu), eltlo Walklus 141, Vcaalor
rnonAiiis wimkkrs too a.
f lrt liar- Irioilrire, ".wia-lsr.
lv.inl keo-Ja J a, W.iii-rm.
1 1 1 1 r-1 l(--1"ta ( olla. Ibiuirea.
f....rtli lu-4-Man lima. Hair; Uinta.
Mllli IUws-I.U'-r.i, Vn:tiiiir.
I a las or IB rwiw rarSi ajfaliao'.
JrW'MB Taiis;, N. Y., Juno 13.-'I1ie
1 spring utceUug (4 the American Jockey
Club closed hero today. The track was
heavy and sticky, ami so wet ou tho quar
ter stretch before tho grand stand 'that
laborers wero set to work heforo the sport
began to sop it up with largo sponges.
First Itaee Three-quariom of a milo.
Starters: Civil Service, Mucilage, M.ixi
mils, Katalpn, Starlight. Starlight won in
1:22, Miiximus second, Mucilage third.
Second Kaon Mile and an eighth.
Fenelon, Kaceland, Uaccluud won in
Third Race Ono milo and a half. Start
era: Diablo, Zephyrus, Erie. Eric won in
-;471, Diablo second, ..'phvrus third.
Fourth Itaee -Fourteen hundred yards.
Starters: Voluutoer, lirown Charlie, Prod
igal, Salislmry, Fitzjaines and Soiicy I.uss.
N'olunteer won in 1: 20, liiown Charlie sec
ond. Tro.llg.il third,
tilth llace Mile and a sixteenth, lun
lliir.ison, Bohemian, J J (I'll, Fenulon,
Corinth, Falcon, Mal.ichi. lion llarrison
won In loo, lioliemian second, J J Oil
Sixth Uace Om mil Guarantee.
Mam, Satisfaction. Ten llnieck, Jr., Wyu
wood. Vivid, Villago Maid, B-ib Furey,
tmtnru. (lU.iranleo won
1: IS, Maia
second, Satisfaction third.
Seventh Kace Ono mile.
Attempt, Utility. J A 11
First Attempt second.
Ills Appi-nt's Tip.
Tub Aitkal's lips yesterday were sin
gularly successful. Hie following races
were named jut Iho horses came it:
AT JKUJMK PARK,
AT ST. 1vi'IS.
IVnn I'.. fHrier i ulilwcll.
tint (.'., HlrUli-unsy.
lit tho races where tho horses were not
pluccil exactly ns Ihev came in there wen
enough winners to givo u urand total of
seven winners und s.-ven place horses, as
Winners Irene. Tenn P. Clara C, Race-
land, Eric, Ten llarrinoii and J. A. K
Tlaeo horses Mnrter Caldwell, tallleute,
Mrideuvvay, S,ar,ilit, lenulou, T.rown
Only two of tho winners named woe fa
vorites, the otiiers psvuej all the wav frein
2 to I to 4 to 1. luio TitK Arr:: u do'S
not advise belting on horses, yet if the
people will iMit id'-y hud Is-tter con-ultour
selections. Now is tho tiuu to sulxcribo.
It will bu noted tint 'I'm: Ait;;i. iIh-s
not undert'ike to forecast llio result of
llriuliton llMch raeei. The II UN are so
large and tho horses so evenly iiiatched
that the chance of miming winners is al-
moKt hojieless. Our advice is, let l.nghton
IK'Ucli raci-s ulone.
YAi.DAni.s has broken down completely,
and wns shipped bucked to Kentucky Inst
lliuoxNKT pulled up lame at Jeromo
Turk Tuesday last, niter wiuning c.u.ly
from Orill'iuimo and J. J. O It.
Yoi.rNTsru. who bent Drown Charley
last lues lav, rein-ate I tho iH-riurauncj
yesterday. Ho must Im s go- I o;i.
Clay Sj-k-kt-im, who w.n lucked by
Johunio CiimplH-ll to win JiI I.iKkj in the
suhurhiin is inSL Ixiuis with a sore mouth
and will nut eo IvisL
Sam nil . who tinls'iod secouJ lo Ornlor
the ilnv he b.Mt l orrist K'uvj, is owned by
J. M. Colt, a partner cd Tele I VI my, the
well-known lunik maker, llo nl-o owns
Miss Thomas, w ho beat Ilo'.i l'urcy, Vivid,
Hot Scotch mid lii ud.irinu.
Iiikns now b.'l.'ii- I.) Sc lgiMit Eros.,
who iHiu.'ht her Tue. lay befoie the r-uv
with Mollie's 1ist, the' price paid being
(liJOdowu and i'.'od mora if slu won tlie
race. Sho is an aged chestnut mure by
Iuietime. dam Rapture, ail slartitl three
times latt year wiihout coiiuug llrst or sec
ond. '.u Rio Rsv, tlu ere it two-year-old
brother of the Emperor of Nor. oik, is thus
described ns the picture of mi Ideal race
horse, sixti-en Iimu.Ii higii mid perfis t in
bodily conformation, lie Is said lo lie a
greater coll than Ins brother was at lliu
Minn n;'. Ho Moligi ii Theo. WinU-rs,
of ( 'alifiirnia.
Tiik "rent sumiiK-r Uieelinit at Sheeps-
bead Hay oicns tomorrow mi-l coiitinu.-s
until July J. The Subiirbau lo be run
Tinwdav, Juno IS hl le ono of its great
est features. It now looks as thuu'li li n o-
land had the race ni bis men y, tlicrj be
ing no likelihood lli it Terrs ( oila, his
most dangerous available competitor, will
start. I Inmpagno Chnilie. Willi pi)
bounds up, w ho wintered in Memphis and
lias been specially prcpired for this race,
is fnneio-l by sumo. Who knows? Mem
phis luck snay carry him through. Tho
odds are 3D to' I ag unst him.
OUT OF TUB PAN
into lua rue.
Enflnskr, la Averting; an Accident,
fperlal Pltimlrli lo Ilia Aiiia-.l.
Hi km i Holt am, Ala., Juno 13. Lite yes
terday afternoon a crowd of ucgrncs wero
congregated ou the Tmtt Mines Railroad
track, a short distance from the mines.
They did not obscrvo an approaching
train, or mn lo no cliort to g t mil of the
way. Tho train was utmost on the crowd
whim Engineer Wilson, hoping to avert
an accident, threw on the engine's brakes
and broiiirht the train lo a stiddun stop.
The jerk Iroin the sudden stoppage tlirvw
Conductor Spells and Foreman John
Ijine, who were standing ou a rear car, t
tho ground. r- Its struck a few feel Inun
the track and was ba lly, rlni falslly.
hurt, but line (-11 b-twern two cars and
was run over snd Instantly killed, as tho
motion of the train was reversed, jwttti
unfortunates wero wliito meu and nice
As Alirsiul I Wrwk a Train,
CuicAiio, 111., Juno 11 An attempt
wns mado last night to wreck the Wsbash,
St. Imis A Taciho vcslibulo train, winch
left here at 0 o'clock for St. Louis. The
sccno of the dastardly art was a culvert at
a point slxjut alxty-Qvo miles from Chi
cago. Ties wero wedged III tho culvert In
such a manner that they stoo l shout bull
a foot alxivo tho truck between tho rails.
The engine struck tho obstruction but did
not leave tho rails, an l beyomi we uatnago
to the track no harm was done.
U . i"a s Imaartaal rraav
Fpn-lnl rlpa'cb lo Tbs Api-raL
Nasiivii.i.0, lenn., June 1J. Hie uiy
Council today graiitol an Important fran
chise to tho Loui svillo A Nashville Rail-
Mad. It is tho right to lay tracks snd
r.i.i-rutrt its road on rront street, Irnm the
ruhlic Npiaro to me nortuern mint oi hid
I ... ..... I ,:.!. .1
Ilravy Ha'us at Hacvllla.
aiwvla! PliMlch lo TUs ApwaL
CorisivaLf, Miss., June 13. It bos
been raining almost Incessantly for tho
past forty-eight hours, snd much discour
agement is manifested at the probable lu
lurr done His .roain. crotis. . I ho farmers
low auticipute an abuuiLuic of glass.
WHAT IS HIS NAME ?
Tha Great Libol Suit Starts Off.
The Plaintiff Purnlahoa Doposltlona
BhowlnsThat lie Was Ordalnod,
But the Defendants Also Havo
Tholr Thunder In Control.
Depositions From Commander
Ureor, of tho U. 8. Navy, bhow
Tht a Man Who Clasoly Resembles
Uawrd Was a 8am.i:i Wamod How
lott, on Dotiri His Vossel, Who
Desorted the Ship.
Fpoelnt PIpsU-li to The Aa1.
Jacksos, Teun., June 11 Tho Howard
liliel anil opened nt D o'cloik this morn
ing. Attorneys for pla'nr.iir consumed
nearly two hours reading the declaration
ns by deposition of F. M. Ruh:', secretary
of the Hoard of Trustees of Afiriculturul
mid Mechaiiieal College of Alabama, w ho
B'jtel that Howard was made D.D. by
that institution. Depositions of the Rev.
II. II. Tucker, of Atlanta, (l.i., nsaisted
in tho ordaining ol a minister by the uame
of Howard. Tiilintiff clored his case by
reading articles trout the Tniiifvt ISnfliM
Jbjt:i1ur, und t'orkid 'ne 7i.'ui,-, nild in
Ir.tduccd W. A. Marks, Dr. C. T. Maluiie,
F. K. McCowut, J. D. Conger snd T. M.
Defendants then mado deposlllon of
CouiinanJer J as, W. Cir-r, who wis in
command of the Tigris an his search for
the 1'oi.tris, mid says there was no soldier
on the Tigris by the name of Howard, but
tb. re was one named hiMeruk Hewlett.
He files with bis deposition a description
of Frederick Howlett, from Hi? Xiivy De
partment. Fredo'ick enter d iho 7lh il.ty
of Jyly, 1 S7 J, in Now York, for three
years, it-i s -miian; plai n of b.rtli, Iviglaud;
age. i!l years; oceupatii)a, sailor; color
eyes, blue; color hair, light re!; com
plexion, fair, lillil, h feel t iuclies;
small scar on riuht eyebrow ; ilcwited No
vember S3, 1X73, nt New York
It will lie remeiiihvreil that Howard
l.iitns that l.o was on the vcs-el, a Lieu
tenant iu the scienlilL- ilemrlineul, when
the ronf shows there w.ia no such x-rsou
us Howard o:i the cxedition, nor no such
depart inent on the ship. 1 he description
tallied e'os-ly with lh appear-inee of the
Uev. Fitsli-nek llo-.Mird. ).-teii In.'lts ulso
intrudiiei d the dep-uilien of Wiutield S.
N lil -y, nllieer in the United Stab Navy,
chief of niii-pin mid riH-riiiting ol (ho
N ivy I'e.utin-lit, tl.0 k.fis the ollici.-il
lixt of nil aeiimeil, (. miinred by the :u ll-ili-s
of Mar lo Is- r-N.rte I from each ship,
und kept on tile in the bureau of Imm
inent snd los-ruitimr. n4d lili-d a rupy of
tho det-eriptive li-l, ii;i.' Wbicll appears
tiie liuuie nf Fled-ie I low letl, r him log
the same diveiiptiM), li.l of Coiliiiiaii.ttr
l irs-r in his .h o-it:o.t.
ii.-Viid.n.ti then UUr-slmcd the ileosi
lioil ol Frank F. Carna -.s-, who ti.ciui
pnnied the Ti.'lis on the expi di iiui ms
cotrespoudent of the New York cni'if.
lb proves that no bersori name I Howard
uat en the .hip. llo says then- wnsnsi-s-man
on b ur. I of Engl.sti b r li by the
name of Frederick ll-iwletl. lie r-co".
ni.-l s plioto.-r.ipli ol Howard which wns
xhihitcd bv laiwvi-r liull.M-k as the photo
graph of l iclciick llowleit, who sniie I
on the 'iigr.s au-l who was an Eug'-ish-
Tho interest In the great suit is gniwing
by tin) hour. Teonto Inun this an I o l-
nniiiK ounties a.o roiiiing In mi every
train, un I the business men of Ihe city me
tieuht'ting their business and croS'lum in
tho couriliousi lo gather every word ol the
testitnonv iu Iho r.c-c. Eaptists nre more
inler.-sted lluiil sny other class of p-o.le.
I hev aro exeeedinitly anxious lo know
what the result will I in this case. It
has been hanging Ills for M-ver.il years and
has arrayed mutual frii iids against each
other, mid It is the wibh ol all good e.p!o
that the case will aooii bu settiud and tliut
Their Action In ths Mttr of tbs Public
TonoxTo, Ont, June 13 At yesterday's
session ol tho Aiiti-li-stul lonviinlimi,
the Orgaiiixition Committee presented its
report. It recommended the adoption of
the following sehetiii. Tlu Trovi'iriul
AssM'iatlon will bj kmwn osthuliiil
Rights Ass-xiution. Tranches wdl bo
formed in township, Villages, towns,
citii-sor other niunicip-ihtii's orpins thorj
of. Each brsnch will haves clnirinin,
segrelary, troiisuror and executive ctui-
uiitlcc, and willseud delegates to Iho Dis
trict Council, of which the lic-ilpi triors
will be at county loans or other cpi illy
convenient places. The' Distriit Conn-
cila in turn will send delegates to Iho
Trovinciol Council or the grand govcring
bo.lv, which will meet annually or at such
oile r tlnnsj as shall lie deemed expedient
by tho Exectitive Cum uittco. The com
mittee will be elected by the Trovincl.il
Council and be composed of thirty mem
bers. The formation of a Dominion Asso
ciation on similar lines was suggested.
Tho discussion of the report was deferred
until after Ihe adoption ol various nolu-
thins. The resolution commithsj r.-ortid
flvo more resolutions. Tho llrat expressed
accord w ith ths system of public schools,
snd affirmed the pr nriplo that a man
should be s separulo school superior only
of bis own desire.
The second affirmed tho principle that
nothing but Enelislt should bs taught in
the si-hools of the province; '.but teachers
should be qtiallhcd to instruct ' mat inn
eiisi:i and that ua books other thsn thisM
authorised by the e duration department
should io used.
The third pledged the Convention to
siiport lor public pontious thoso men
who sulscriU)d to the principles of tho
The fourth afflrmivl lbs exedlency of
the forumtlon of au ssocistioii slong tho
lino laid down by His organisation commit
Ths fifth tmlnnvrl Iho action of tho citl
sens' committea nf Toio ito In hsving itetl-
tloned tho Dominion Government for the
disallowance of the Jei-'ut- l-stnto act.
The convention tvlopie I tho llvs resold
tions Slid Uio.plail "I orK'auisauoii,
thdcouuiil luetaud c'v.leU lh
Caven chnlrmun, 8. C. Duncan Clark
tn'asurer, and E. D. Armour secretary.
Thoro was a warm disctissiou over tho
resolution insisting that English should bo
the only medium of Instruction in tho
public schools of tho Trovince, and that
every school teacher should bo able to
Several members denounced Iho condi
tion of things, which they declared existed
in the eastern counties. " Triucipal Caven,
however, said bo thoiulit it would have
been only fair if the Ontario (ioverument
hud been given credit for taking a step in
the right direction in tlio appointment of
a Commissioner to investigate the slate of
(iirsirs in the eastern counties.
The resolution was p.usod unanimously.
New Orloans Dafoatj Charleston
ChatunicKSi towns &:obll.
Hpwlsl 1Miii-U lo I lie Ajs-il.
Cii-milkstom, 8. C, Juno 13. Charles
ton vent under n;;:iln today, but only after
a desiieralo and most exciting fight. The
Telicans seemed to wield the bat ns if they
had been weaned on willow bark, and al
though their error column shows bigger
llgtttes than that of the locals their supclb
batting and spluudid base running won
thein unot her victory, (iauie opened up
well, Charleston securing three in tho first
and ono in the fifth, up to which point tho
Telicans had been blanked. The hitler,
however, pulled themselves together itl
their hull of tho tilth und batted out two
runs, making a repeater in the sixth which
tied the game. In the ninth Spies inimor
tulir.t'd himself by nipping n b ill to right
Held (or a three-l'inggcr, w hile Fabian was
second. It look O'Kourke and several
hundred sH'e!ntors live minutes to find
the ball, during w hich time Spies wallx-d
around the bases aud tallied, makiug tho
li:.t lioinn run of the season nt this place.
The bull didn't go over the fcinv. it sim
ply hid Itself in the gran. Over S.ikk)
people witm-Ksoil the game and unani
mously voted it tho most exciting of the
scuiou. Follow ing is the
oi m i.u, NCOIIK.
i iMsiTSTis. a la.ii n a. t.
. 1. 1 .... lose o
pinviv. s. i l a i o
Hiv-iiiiiiiit, t li o e t o
l.i ill-..-. I ... 0 0 3 (I I
i:..i-k li..i i.r. I I. i t s 7 o
i.i.ien. o I o ii e
n.i.if.i-, r. i o ii i n e
rmu.il ni. u:. J li .. o i I o i
I. uli), .. II U I 5 0
T"lit I i fi '.'I I I.I 'I
shut oki i as. . !snr n a. a
l-nlhr nn.. e. I U 0 I 0 II
Ism, .'.all 0 U I 4 II
II. ill.ei.l a Ilia I
l.-.. .llrk,. I I eons 0
I nu.-ll, -.'I. 110-4 'J
Hii-i-.u, r. I I I I I ii
lalilan. L I .. I I II II 0
Sm, r .. 1 I a I 0
iii). t dies o
Total. t n W S
l Ititiln-a -
hurl,. I. hi .s o o e I 0 0 0 0
Ni-w I (..-..!-. u II g II 1 1 II II 1-
hntiiiinirv: t urned runsNew Orleans
4. Two base lots- Ib-useholder 1'rnnd
enhurg 1, Holliind. Home runs rplca.
Total bnse bits Charleston H, New
(ilesiis 10. I im! base oil bulls Cliarh-h-tou
A, New Orleans 'J. IWl on bns
t harletoti tl, New Orleans 4. Struck nut
I'.y l.ubv 4, I city H. I'uxsed Ini'.Is
Si.-sn. Wild pili h -s -l.liby I. Halter
lot- I'.v l.ubv I. Tettv I. 'limn nf eaiuu
hie hour and forty in. utile. Empire
4 haltaaiMtja tlrala Mnltlla llaaL
H-rrUI bl.l. ll In llir A-hhI.
Moiiiii-, Ala., Juno 13. Mohilo still
holds on with a marvellous giip to her
pl.iversoii set 'iiid and third bases, and as
a roiiseipleiiee received a terrilic drubbing
from Ciiiilt.ino.iifi this even nil. The vis
itors onlv iiin.lo one eri-or, nud miiiii.I.I
Pimiiii) nil over the Held lor a total ol thirty-
two baaea It was a regular Waterloo and
Ihe score lulls the tale.
ni i n i w. soma.
a. in r ii.! a. r.
t 4 s s o
a 4 I l e
1 4 0
s ii v a v
I a s I
l o i
4 S 2 V
4 I in a o
l 1 s u
.-1 : .-7 in I
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ii. s ii r . a. a
e s i i
0 19 0 o
0 I I I U
0 ti I a l
1 I s I
J I 0 0 0
IS '.' 1
0 17 2 1
e o I 4 i
ti 14 VI II S
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Ili.iailns, i I..
lim. ). l Ii .
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I'lKiun.i.ia'i 0 14 1117 4 -"!
Summary l-jirne J runs Challnnoog
l'l, Mobile If. Two base lib. -Miller,
llotiiliiig, Toiihey, Daily, Smith, 'lb no
I. io bit Murray. Fu it base on balls -Oil'
Iksme 3, olf 'Jones 3. On errors -(
hsttatiootra 3. Struck out lly Join s A,
by Tioone .". Ia'U nu basi s Clmllan.Kii.-s
7. Slulen b:is l.'liiittiiin).ifl U, .Mobile
I. Hit by Pitcher -Hpe-T. Double plays
-Miller, Mills and Nils. Time
Two hours and ten minutes. Empire -Hurst.
Ikillluioro 4, luisvillo 2. .. '
Trooklyn 2, Cincinnati I.
Columbus ft, Kansas City 4.
Athletics St. lul2 (11 Innings.)
lie ('an He t heas ( bsaa.
Secretary luir rocolvod the following
t'Ugism yottorday morning:
MtsMn linear, 1
Iir-onsr.ns, N. V., Juimi , ls-. j
Dear Sin W hat Is ths lowest lo buy the
entire Memphis team? Want thein to
take Iho place of the Ixmlsvlllu
i Players In
what is the
the Anient an Asanrlallon: or W
lowest to buy Cuseady snd HsiiswinuT An
swer, euro Tipper's Hotel. I'.filtimore, Md.,
aud olillge, 51. II. UAVIIisow,
Tre.ident IxmUvllla Rssehall Club.
The reply sent adored tho entire team
OREENWOOO TUaUINti ALONO,
I mmm M
Three Die Knterprisas Organtssd In tbs
Last Two Days.
perlal Dltpslcb lo Tbs ApswL
(iitrxswoon, Miss., June 11 A large
number of capitalists met burs si tho court
bouo yesterday and today, and the (oh
lowing enterprises wero organised; Tliuit
era' Oil Mill A Manufacturing Company;
shout f i'i3,0)0 stock was taken. Hoard ol
Directors: T. II. Collins, II. W. Slui le
vaut, T. 3. Ma) re, W, 1L Muigao, tu ma-
ger, II. A. Mnllallv, secretary; Henry Crit
tenden, assistant secretary, and treasurer,
T. S, layro. A situ was purchased for the
mill and proposals received (or building
and machinery. A commit teo was ap
pointed to investigate bids mid to report
next Monday, to which day tho moeting
'i'ho Dolts Hanking Company was or
ganised, with a capital stock of SiOO.OiH), of
which alKiut $'.H),0vH.) was taken mid rep
resented ut the meeting. Directors:
J. U McDonald, president; John K.
Outlev, cashier; T. S. Mavre, vice-
JircKidcnt; A. 51. I ring, A. Heuderson,
lames lioherlhhuw, R. A. Hucon.
The Thmters' Compress and Warehouso
Cnmpanv was organi.ed, with n capital
sliK-k of SUW.lHj;i, of which JjVI.Oikl was
taken up. Directors: J. S. SleDoiiald, II.
.Mulliilly, I. li. lleiuUnHon, K. A. liacon,
Henry 'Crittenden, J. K. Outley, T, S.
'I here is also a probability of tho or
ganization ola liu.si nud inllnhatchio
River telephone company and of an ice
TUB TOBACCO TRUST.
Roports of Its Formation In fit. Louis
Lookod Dpon as Doubtful.
New Yohk, Juno 13. Tho St. I.ouis
dispatch In regard to the formation of s to
bacco trust was looked upon w ith skepti-
cinui at the olUcc of T. Lurillitid iV Co., in
Jersey City, this afternoon. "I know noth
ing ulsmt it, said a inumber of tho lirui
to a reporter. "All we huvo heard Irom
Mr. Uirillard is a telegram announcing
that ho will return home on Saturday.
What action Mr. I-orillnrd hits taken we
are not likely to kuow hero until his re
The gentleman admitted that if n
(XH),00u syndicate had been loruied, as
alleged In the dispute)! from St. Iritis, ho
would, in all probability, have heard of lu
Mr. Lorillurd's iis-kk-InIo in business said
that bis concern hud been in Ihe habit of
selling their tubulins to Western Johltcr
at a cerium price, nn agreement having
been iii i.lu with the jabbers at the tune ol
suln. 'Kiev sell Ihe goods to retailers at a
given price, which in Iho present instance
is nu increase ol 4 cents per poun.i.
1 he so called Hiitl-iru-i iiiiih paseii ny
Ihe lav'islatures in the rtutce of Missouri,
Texas, Iowa und Kansas male these con
tracts between the w holesiilers and Job
bers Illegal ns the law is now construed.
"The purMwe of Mr. Eorillard's visit to
SL lxiuis,"a.iid bis partner, "was lo devise
means, if p.amihli, w lieieby jobls rs ran
bundle our goods. Of course all sorts ol
rumors will Is. circulated, but there is no
truth In the slory so lar as I know."
A iiiciiiImt nl the lb in of Mr. Eorillard's
legal adviKcrs in tins city said they hsd
beard nothing of Ihe pniHi-d syndicate.
If such a thing bud transpired they would
be likely lo kuow ll.
1 b.'-Trnalma" I. am llualmnkrr.
Nkw Yohk, June 13. A piivulc dispatch
recti vvd by a large representative linn in
tills city today stub's thai a meeting of the
rubber sIiim mnntilaclurers was held to
day nt tho lbiti.l I'.runawl. k, in tho city of
TxxUin, lor lbs pllipoau (d pelteetlng plans
for u rubber U1 and shoe trust. Alter
colisideislile discussion and a pivsentntioil
of Ihe plan of the trust orgini.itloii by
g.-nlleinan Intvely Inleresti-J in Ihe
Miiud.ird Oil Company, a commit-ti-e
was appointed to rep. nt ut
a auWipicut mii'tiug. The rublM-r manu
facturers rlaiin Hint Ihe prices of rubber
Usits sud sho. nre now b.-low the ciait of
iriHluclioii, mid ihese conditions are lore
n ir Ihe union of parlies Interested. The
in. etinu was initialed by a M-iuimi lo Ihe
inunutaeliiri'is signed by the joblM-rs
throiiliout the country leipieating soiiik
set loll to stendv prices, the jobls-is and
Ihe heavy decline on the prices of luhU-r
.lines, caused bv extreme competilioii at
Ihe begllililliK ol tho veiir.
Thsy Rbld a Mir lUpresentatlvs Mset-
Ing- In Jackaon.
Sh-.I pUkli Initio A.nl.
Jaikson, Miss., June 1L Imminent
uteiiibi rs of tho colored faco from ihilcrenl
portions of Iho SLile met in a conference
l.slay, in Re)ruiilulives' Hall, two bun
dled a mng, in compliance with s call of
the Mate l.caguo. J. J. Sm-1Iiiioii called
Iho incoliiig lo order. Cbaiics Richard-
son, ol l on iiiion. .miss., wus
elected ieriirinenl chairman. 1 he meet-
lug w us culled to piotcst against the
discrimination made toward Ihe rsce, such
ua I he n-ceiit Supreme Court decision do
daring Ihe law HiisschI liy the Ix-gislature
providing for separate ari-oinmodatinns for
the two r.ni'S on passenger trains ronalilu
tionul, and other things uoti-Hlilical of
A prominent colored man stated (hat Ihe
politicians had captured the un elinif nud ho
wss not in svinpslhy with it; that lb.' orig
inal object for which '.ho meeting wss
called, according to his understanding had
lie rn completely changed and M-rverted
by the tHihtieiaiia, He rcprusciiltnl ipiiln
an element In the meeting whosgiced
John It. l ynch made a strong speech.
In which he 'counselled those present lo
hsrm no cue, but to stand up lor their
'Iho Rets. Jordan, of Columbia, snd
llnwcn, of Meridian, slso addressed the
meeting. A long acm-sof resolutions wero
then alopled, highly euligbrlng snd
strongly Indorsing Harrison's Administra
tion, Ifiivorillg tho Hlillr bill, deprenitilig
that the race wss deprived of its right lo
suttMgc; objecting to the Isw providing
sepiiiuUt si cimu. stations nn trains for tho
rncisi; strongly commending tho Repubu
can party ssyhcir Ut friend, and arraign
Ing Ins iH'ii.ocrstie partv for Its many
altiirb'otiiings snd unfriendliness div
plsved toward them ss s people.
The sbsenrs of applsuau when the reso
lution wero read Indorsing the Adminu
tuition ol HairiMin showed that lunny iu
the in. -cling were not In sympathy with it.
A teaolnliou passed lo present tho tuxt
l.cgia!.uure a copy of tho resolutions.
'Iho n-solulions were written by John
R. l ynch, Fourth Auditor of tho Treas
ury, and were well worded, snd while !
Ing rotiservntivo in seme respects, were a
strong srgument for tho eroual, civil and
p-jlitiiol rights of Ilia nrgro.
lb J4a1 Wark af Wasira
KK lal .J.I U lo 1 bs Aerastl.
Nssiivu.t a, Tenn., Juno 1.1 Ths Nash
title Relief Society, composed of ladies,
have purchased property Slid propose
e-iulihshlng at an early day a borne and
In lustrlal kIiooI for hoineli-os girls, Tho
i.roi-crtv Is a largo old residence ill the
tho city, (or
which IJ,0tKl was
be givvu Octo-
The Future of the Great Eiver.
Effect on Commerce of the Musols
Important Ir.fluonco It Will Ilavd
on Railroad Raton.
Vlov3 of Mannzor Brown, of the
W 03 tarn & Atlantla
A Comprehensive Rsvlow of the Situa
tion, Wuioti Will Be of Epsolol
Interest to the Tsoyle
From Hip Atl-inis ronilllntlnn.
Wo publish below a very Interesting talk
with Traffic Manager Joseph M. lirown, of
the Western St Atlantic Railroad, in which
be presents in a remarkable manner tho
great results that w ill follow the opening
of Musclo Shoals, in the Tcnnesseo River,
The tiovernment has been at work In
opening thcso shoals for a number of yours
and has expended millions ol dollars In
tho undertaking. Ths engineer in charge
of the work auuounces that tho river will
lio open to navigation In September next,
und with the obstritcdons, which now
make Florence, in Alabama, the head of
navigation, removed, the Tennessee River
Will become a great thoroughfare from
Chnttutioogii to tho Miasisiippi,
Tliij will put Mississippi aud Ohio River
steamers nl the whnrvrs nf Chattanooga
nud oien uew routis from Chattanooga to
St. I.ouis, Cincinnati, and, indeed, the
whole West. The Inevitable result will
be, as Mr. llrowu shews, the lowering of
railroad rules between Iho South snd
West, and the Tviiuetsee River, with the
Western A Atlantic Railroad, will hold the
ey lo Ihu situation.
The Interview is well worth close read-
till. Iltlow n's talk.
"I think I run claim lo havo been con
sistent ever since I look charge of the traf
fic department of the Wci-tcrn A Atlantic
Railroad iu the UHsertiou and the consci
entious belief that this road is, and if prop
erty uinn.iged w ill continue lo be, one of
the most iniMirtunt factors in tho naming
of rates and tho controlling of through bus-
loess of sny road les.ling from the West
into the Southeast," s.ild Mr. Joseph M.
Tmw n, tiiilllc manager nf tho Wisl.-rn A
"Iliit Ihe Weslorn ti Atlantic is s very
short line sutr.'iim'.ed by tig S) atoms,
li insrkrd Ihe r..i.w.f.i,'i..ii man.
" lliu hit I thai it Is s abort line do- not
n'h et my opinion," rniHWcr-'d Mr. T-iown
decidedly. ''Its ehortnesa is In many re
apcels a pi-itive element ol lis strength.
It Is f.mi teen null shorter rum ( baits
nova lo Atlanta than lis moat ilu.i t cooi-M-tiinr,
and In le t via llotce it Is twenty
miles slmrb-r fioui Atlanta to Ciminnatl
than .a that ciuiipetitot's line. Its maxi
mum grades are less llisn those ol Its com
petitor; its terminal facilities both in f hat-Iiiiiimi,-.!
mi l Atlanta nre Immensely supe
r.or lo iIm-s. of its couiiielinr, and tin -so
teruiiuul facilities have controlled aud si
was will ci.utiol a very valuable husinc.-s
b j mist nil the efforts ol lln.t coiiiiwlitor.
And, bv the way, tlie Mate In her sul-ao-ipi-
nt ilispositmn of the M i l, if she does
lint ai-ll it, ought to guard Ihu II so of thuae
ti riiiiusls for ihu Is'iictit o her Mad.
"t'oneeriiiiig the East 'I'l'iiiiessee, Vir
ginia A I ieorgi.i Railway I will add that
furthermore, having Pi own linn from
t liattun.is.'.i lo Mciupliis, rind having the
pnsipti tiii soon ow ning a lino from (. hat-
Inmsia via Knoxville lo Cincinnati, and
its own lino Into Mob. In and lUrimnghsm,
It will naturally coiiis-tii with the other
lines Icsdlnu from the North aud West
and Southwest toClmtlaiiiNigu; and.spenk-
Iiik as a rsilroinl mini, it would be the
acme of nonsense losupiiose Hut lhos
lines would coinjieiu wiih tho EaatTen-nes-M-e.
Virginia .x (.i.-orji svstein In se-
curing business from Ohio and Mississippi
River siints, and give It to tlicm at I hut-
liiii.sigs, thereby eiisllilie them lo scud
their s.'I'llU lo Isith the .hipis-ni and coil-
signis-s aud ask them to roiiin their In I nre
snipiuenis vm me iji-i ieiini-m-i ichi
long haul; nn. I so we iiiuiht siuwhis
raw with the business .rwarde lo At
lanta via other hues g.iiug to the .North,
and Wrsl. These is'iniM-tiinis of tho I t
TeiiiiiSHt1, Virginia A liuorgiit systetn
must luilui-illy, for their own protection,
tin lei-ae, work with the Wvjlvru A Allan
tie. TDK OI'KMMO Of XI I S SIIOAIA
"Put. even suppoaiuir llmt all the Oilier
railroads in lieorg a and nil the other rail
rmvl centering lu ( listtanooga should do
the Improbulile thing of going Into ouo
viut cuiubiniitioti, ami ins ttestt-rn a
Atlaiilic were alone tell out. there la an
other resort left to ll which could be made
a mint lormidal-le engine ol aggressive-
niss sg-iinat Ihrin all, ll It were properly
taken n Iviiuiajo ol by tho men In charge
of Ihe Western A Atlantic "
"What Is ti.!'."
"Iii-tcrto Ihe Tcnnrssee river," was
the leply. "Iho United Stales liovern-ini-tit,
ss' is well known, has for years past
Ih-ch sppiopnuting sunuslly money to ex-fs-ud
III i-s-iiing the Muaclo Shoals, on
(tin Teuueawe River. Csptsin T-srlow,
the rnglnerr Itl charge, bus authorited tbs
statcinenl tliat Iho Work's ill be dous sotue
time during this year, and that Iho nvrr
will then be ok-ii (or usvigition from
ChaltsniK.ga to its mouth si the Ohio
River, 'Iho lar-rcacliliig results o( the
completion of this wuik almost .tagger Ihe
railroadman who looks at tucui from a
"Niino months ago In a public commu
nication on this subject I uaod the follow
ing Isngusgo: ,
" 'The results of llisos'ningof the Ten
mststHj River to nsvigtiti m by the removal
of tho obstructions si what aro known a
Muac'.o fclioals, will have a more decidi I
Iiesring (in Iho trsnrpurUtioti problem oi
the South than s!l the tailroul comims
aious or iuterst.ite coinineuo coninnssious
which the Slate or National (iovermuoti s
could oiganise sud cinHiwor in the moat
pletiiirv wanner; and will exceed any rate
war In' tluir rflccl upon the public. Is
csuhi rste wais reduce Ihe turifls to ridicu
lous Mrcs, but within a few weeks at the
fnrilieat ivine to an end by mutual sree
Uient ol all Ihe Hues thst they cannot
allord to hurt tbetuulvc for the pnrre
of hutting each other.
reduUuvu el rati leu ol vast ImperUiwe