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MEMnilS, TENN., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19. 1SS9.
VOL. XLTX NO. 144
Cowper'a Poem Brought Into Court.
It la Offered as Evidence in tbs
Howard Llbol Case.
rir. Bullock, tho Attorney, Delights
i the People Present
y the Introduction of This Humor-
ous and Novel Testimony.
wo Important Depositions Bead, the
Most Sensational or Which Wi
i One From South Carolina The
People Divided in Opinion.
jxrlal Dispatch to The Appent
Jackson, Tcnn., June IS. This was tho
,flli day of the hearing of tho Howard
libel coso, which has caurod so much in
terest in this district and which is causing
tho town to be split up in two sections, one
Osving thnt tho plaintiff is Howard, tho
' educated divine, the other contending that
' "" lie is the dissolute Ilowlctt who was born
If in a poor section of London, England, and
'grew into a libertine and mice. The court
house was crowded all day and there are
witnesses and spectators present from
several Southern (states. So far the pro
ceedings have lacked the expected sensa
tional features, as they have been largely
confined to tho reading of depositions
taken in Loudon. The point now under
question is strictly on the identity of
Howard with Ilowlctt. The plaintiff ad
mits that he net Ilowlctt nnd for reasons
of bis own assumed the name of Howlott
but after he was convorted and joined the
church bo always called himself by his
own name. The defendants are trying to
Justify their statements by proving that
Howard really is Howiett, and that ho
also at one timo went under the naino of
Hewlett For this purpose they bad a
great number of depositions taken in
England, nnd these are being read to the
Jury. The testimony so far has been very
favorablo to the defendants' case, but the
plaintiff bus succeeded in getting soxe of
it ruled out on technicalities. It is ex
pected that tho defendants will close their
coso this week, after which the plaintiff
will tender his evidence, which is very
voluminous, including depositions taken
in Loudon and Culcutta to prove that
Howard aud Ilowlctt uro, or rather were,
different persons, aud that Howiett is doad.
I b I
I to gel
Tho cane may be tcrmtuated in two
weeks, but is not unlikely to result
bung Jury. It was imposiblo
ret any one in town who had not
formed an opinion, and tho Jurymen are
mostly farmers from tho country. While
.t'A-y are reluctantly hearing the evidence
their crops are spoiling, and they are
getting very impatient. When court
opened this morning tho cross-examination
of the witness 1 lumen bclore the Com
missioner was read. Tho witness was
asked a to the responsibility of twenty or
thirty of his neighbors, and replied they
were all right.
This question wm objected to in court
on the grouud of its having no bearing on
Lr. Howard said he proposed to call
every man named as a witness to rcfuto
the evidence given by Haines and others.
The Court held that tho question was
at least premature, and it was withdrawn.
On ro-exainination Dailies rcio-atcd the
statement thnt ho recognised Howard ns
Ilowlctt, or at least thought both were tho
Mr. Uullock, one of tho defendant's at
tonic)-, produced an clrg.iutly bound vol
ume ol Cowpers poeuis and commenced
"John t i 1 1 n wMsrlll n nf errdlt tnd ifnown,
A train lixl cupum tiu wm tie ul huuutu l-oo-dim
Tho Court asked whether counsel pro
)oscd to submit tho celebrated pocui as
Mr. lltillock replied that ho did.
riuintiff sa d lie did not object to enliv
ening tlio proceedings by a little poetry, bat
failed to seo w hy this particular pocui wai
The Court said tho proceedings wcro
certainly monotonous and a littlo poetry
would lie welcomed. Ho would, however,
like to know how tho poem could be made
v Mr. Uullock argued Hint tho poem wns
ood evidence. It wss in evidence that
plaintiff Howard hnd said his dither lived
close, to John Gilpin's Inn ut Edmonton.
Now it was in evidence that Hewlett's
father lived within fifty yards of tho Itcll
Inn, Edmonton, by which John Gilpin's
borrowed liorse took niiu ni aucii a nreaa
lieck speed, and it wns necessary for tho
jury to bear tho poem to grasp the fuels.
Tho plaintiff objected, that John tiilpin
wns a myth and Hint llio whole story was
notoriously the product of Cowpvrs im
agination. 'i'o tho immense satisfaction of tho jury
tho Court overruled tho objection and the
adventures of (iilpin wcro read. The au
dience laughed and applauded; a mulo
lately" to tho courthouse yard railing
brn as if to express bis sympathy
.bo ass which started (iilpiu's horse,
as.t tho whole incident was intensely
Tho deposition of London aloon
keex r named WcMi wns next read. It
Identified tho plaintiff, Howard, as Fred
Howiett. Witness had known llowlett's
father for thirty years, and tho plaintiff,
who now called' himself Howard, was just
A photograph of a page in the log liook
of tho ship Guinevere, on which Fred
Howiett seivod, whs put In and three
hours were ocetipliil in arguing its admis
sibility. Finally the Court admitted tho
photograph, which had on it receipt for
pay signed by Howiett.
Ornlcvideiico was then called to prove
that the writing was that of tho plaintiff
Howard. Tho Clerk of the Circuit Court
at Jackson sworo thnt it was, but In cross
examination also Identified as Dr. How
ard's signature a rouiU imitation of it by
ono of the plaintiff's attorneys.
A )'Hi) printer was also culled, and ho
fnve a qualified Identification of tho sail
or's signature with that of tho Doctor of
1 i inn v.
Mr. fcullock for tho defends uls, during
the afternoon tendered evidence to show
that Hint tho plniutiff bad forged nnd f.ili
s ticutcd testimony, arguing that this would
Jrove, under a common rule of Inw, strong
sr idenco against him. Mr. Uullock con
(to. led Unit ho hud in his poseessiun three
depositions which had been suppressed by
the court as fill so and forged.
Tho plaintiff expressed no objection to
the reading of the depositions, but argued
that if they wero road the jury must tako
their own viow.
Mr. Uullock said he had an order of the
court ruling out these depositions as fabri
cated, und a long argument followed as to
whether this could bo read to tho jury,
the court dually holding that tho ordei
could not bo produced.
Tho reading of depositions was thon bo-
gun, tho first being thnt of 11. F. Crosby,
n farmer living near Wulterhoro, Colleton
County, South Carolina. During tho year
1874 plaintiff came to his bo two in bad
shapu and witness took him in out of sym
pathy. Plaintiff gavo the name Howiett,
and said ho was au Englishman. First he
taught s black Bcliool and then a white
school. Ho professed to be a Democrat,
but was a dclcgato one time toa Republican
convoution. When ho left witncsV house he
also loft an unpaid board bill of $50. Let
ters sometimes came to plaintiff from Eng
land addressed to Frederick Howiett, who
said he was an Englishman, and that ho
ran away while a boy hocauso of disputes
with his step-mother. After he left home
ho wont to sea, and visited China and Ja
pan, afterward going to Now York and
volunteering in an exitedition to the North
Pole. After this he bound himself to the
Naval Yard. When ho tired of this he
found it vory difllcult to escape, and had
to kill ono of tho guards to ennblo him to
do so. While in South Carolina Howlott
becamo very intimate with the colored
people, and evon walked hand-in-bnnd
with one of them. He becamo a trial
justice, and by his administration incurred
the general disgust ot the bar.
Arguments as to tho admissibility of
the (South Carolina evidence, of which
Crosby's may bo taken as a sample, con
sumed nearly all the afteruoon.
Dr. Howard argued the point personally
and with great ability, quoting authorities,
and urging that the (South Carolina charges
were not pleaded by tho defendants in
Justification and could not bo introduced
iu tho general justification plea.
Fiuully the court decided that the evi
dence as to the plaiutiff not having paid
his board bill, or having admitted killings
man, or having stated that his father was
buried in Westminster Abbey, was not
admissible, though some of Crosby's
evidence was. aduiisxiblo. Doth sides took
exception to tho ruling. Ono of the jury
mcu succumbed to the beat and had to bo
helped out of tho courthouse, whoroupon
tne court adjourned til! tomorrow.
Aaaual Merlins; ef the C, II. D. K. R.
Cincinnati, O., June IS. The annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Cincin
null, Hamilton St Dayton Hail road Com'
pany convened at tho company's ofllce in
this city this moruing. There wns not a
largo attendance. Lawrence Maxwell, Jr.,
was selected as chairman. The inspectors
of election appointed by tho board wcro
Itush Y. Taggart, t. It. Lawrence and
Noah Swayno. After tho rending of the
minutes of the lust meeting tho inspectors
took their places and voting tx'gan. Mr.
J. IUwsou, Jr., howovor, boloro the elec
tion begnn, offered a protest agjinst tho
action of the Hoard of Directors in selling
to Itush Y. Tugjart and associates 3, SI J
shares of stock of tho company without
giving an opportunity lor coimxtitioii an 1
making tho sale to tlio highest biuder. lie
also protested aainst the rceepliou ot
these shares in ttio pending election as
well as (KK) shares still tho proimrty ol tho
company. No action was taken on tho
protest except to record it, and
tho election proceeded without fur
ther incident Two tickets Wero
presented, one knowu as tho Cincinnati
ticket aud tho other as the New York
ticket. It was tho general impreiwion that
tho New l ork ticket would be overwhelm
ingly elected. It U mado up as follows:
Edward E. Cole, Marvsvillo, O.; tieorge
W. Davis. Tolsilo. .: Julius Dexter. Cm
cinnati; rJiduey Dillon, Mahlon C. Martin,
Itussell rnge. Allied bully, Aew lork: M
D. Woodford, Toledo, and Euireno jiu
merman, Cincinnati. Tho Cincinnati
ticket had the names of Messrs. Doxtcr.
tiago, Dillon and Martin, and bniides
them hail C. V. Watte, K. li. Howler. J
Fuirbsnks, of Indianapolis. It Is under
stood that tho election ol the ew lork
ticket will lo followed by the retirement
of Mr. C. C Waite, the present vice-pres
ident. Mr. Woodford is spoken of for his
place Julius Dexter lx'ing upon both
tickets will be re-clectod and will doubt
less be continued as president
About 30.0(10 shar-s of stock were voted
Of theso nearly 27,000 wcro In favor of
what wns designated tho New lork ticket,
which ol course was elected.
the V abash l ae.
Torrim, O., Juno 1& The Wi b. . case
in tho United Htates Circuit Court closed
this evening, Jud;'0 Jackson giving tho
decision. In tho matter of tho disposition
of funds from tho sale of the road's equip
ment, tho decision is reversed. Jn tho
second case. Involving tho allowance of
counsel lees, tho decision Is also reserved,
giving loavo to the claimants to lllo a po-
lition instead of tho affidavit and t bo
answered in two weeks. In tho uucstlon
Involving the payment of the differences
ol Interest between the old 7 per rent,
bonds nnd tho new 5 er cent, ones fiotn
tho present lime to the unto bl their ina
turity, tho motion was disallowed. In
this matter a notico of appeal was given.
Wasiiixotox, June 17. The President
made tho following appointments today:
1 toy si A. Johnson, of Arlxona, to bo
(Surveyor- ienernl of An ion a.
James J. Stokes, of Dakota, to bo lie'
ceiverof l'ublic Moneys at tiraod Forks,
Thoinns J, Butler, of Arlrona, to lo Rv-
cnivurot l'uhllc Jtouevs at Prescott. A. T,
To be Indian Agents William Mc-
Kuslck, ol Dakota, at thoNissoton Agency.
in Dakota; Stanton O. Fisher, of Idulio, at
the Fort Hall Agency, in Idaho; William
It, llishop, of Oregon, at the Klamath
Agency, in Oregon; hainuul U Patrick, of
Kausus, at tho bac and rox Agency, in
IIIU I'll..!. al.lflV.l, ll'IIRItU ... J.U-h, HI
California, at the .Mis-Ion Tulor Itivor
l. In. linn 'I'.. ri I n p IIamIia V !... (
(consolidated) Agency, In California, cm
bracing Hoops Valley.
Me allls la Madaleae.
Fkhai.ia, Mo., Juno IS. Two weeks
ago Dr. Ed N. fSmall, chief surgeon of tho
Missouri, Kuusui A Texas llailroad, was
tlit ownor of seven valuable hunting dogs,
Fivoofthe number died lust week ol
hydrophobia. Today tho sixth was found
to bo alllictcd with tho rabies, and tho
seventh also exhibited symptoms. It. A
lllairand Dr. A. K. Whito, of this city,
hn"0 In their pos-teuion so-culled mad'
stones, which they claim iroiuro aultdotvs
for mad dog bites. Small asserts thnt a
niudstone possesses no virtues whatever,
nnd to tcBt the matter he offers $."00 to any
porson who will submit to being bit by tho
rabid dog now in his possession and run
the risk of the madstono removing tho
poisonous effects of tho bite. Tho otlor is
made In good faith and open to nil.
. Motllflcalloa lu lnitorl Unties.
St. pKTRKsiirito, Juno 18. A number
of modifications have boon mado in tho
Russian import duties. Tho duty on wool
en rags has boon tixod at ono gold rouble,
on explosives at throo gold roubles, and on
gunpowder at ono gold rouble and forty
copecks per pood. Tho duty oil raw wool
shoddies and worsted has been raised 'JO
to 100 per cent; ou starch 7 nor cent., on
wax '-'o per cent. The tariff on rico has
boon lowered 20 per cent. The Govern
ment is drafting a new treaty of com
merce with Japan.
Whl Does Ike fair Hean T
Beiiuis, Juno IS. A memorial wns
handed in to Emperor William by Gon.
Count You Waldcrjeo two weeks ugo.
setting forth tho fact that Russia was arm
ing her troops, aud begging tho Emperor
to ask the Cxnr the meaning of thoso war
like preparations, lho communication
has caused the Emperor considerable irri
tation. Prince Bismarck is crsuadod,
however, that Kussis has no hostile inten
tions. A Very Halarlans rasa.
London, Juuo 18. Francis Dsrbisbiro
has applied for s divorce from his wife on
account of adultery with Geo. llaird, a
patron of the turf. The defeudant is the
widow of Lvlton Sothcrn. tho actor, and
slio is now tilling an engagement at the
Olympic Theater under the name ol Agnes
Hewitt. Mr. Dsrbishlro claims 10,000
damages from linird for alicnuting his
The Tlraea Admits the Libel.
LoxDott, June 18. Mr. Parnoll's appeal
against the postonemonl ot his libel suit
against tho Time has been dismissed with
costs. The Appeal Court decided that
tho delay in the trial bad not damaged
1v liinill'a .tio-i.f n III 7'. kui-inii
admitted the libel and paid the money
lb Paaaraa 'anal HellefBIII.
Pasis, June 18. Tho com in it loo of tho
Chamber of Deputies to which tho Gov
ernment's Panama Canal relief bill was
referred aru still discussing the measure.
(Seven members of the committee favor
tho bill and four ask mure timo in which
to exatniuo it.
Mate, r-.lt! NerleiKly III.
rAHia, Juno 13, Tho .ivnrneiit says
that Mme Adelin Patli Is seriously ill.
A I'lot aptare an Islaari.
Ciiicaoo, 111., Juno IS. A New Orleans
special says: Tho sto.tmihip Wanderer,
Captain Ituymond, from Uav Island and
Central America lho Ul'.i iintiiut, reports
that great excitement prevailed ut ltuutan
owing to a reported discovery of a plot
which thn natives bad farmed to take pos
session of tho island and place it under
another IMg. lhe llritisli yacht Ifo-alunl
had been iu that vicinity somn time and
her Cupuiin was ashore tlu night ol tho
extiecled attack. Ho w;is arretted, but
subsequently released, it was also n
ported that the yacht had a caro of small
arms. This occurred abaut tiio 7th in
stant. Tho natives wcrj leaving tho
Island as fust m xwsihlr, soinn going to
IU dizo nnd others to tho main land, In
whatever direction transjiortution ollcred.
A Nss KIIIihI tshllo Hauling.
Imi ix woi is, lud., Juno IS. A do-
plorablo accident this morning resulted in
tho death ol Goorgo Iteyer, Secretary of
tho Western (shooting I.mhtuq, which be
gins its festival neai this city tomorrow.
It was tho habit ol Mr. Kever to go shoot
ing about ono day every week. This
morning ho started on such a Inn. lulo
north of Crown Hill, he attempted tocliiub
a funco w ith his cocked double-barreled
shotgun la hand. It seems thnt s bard
of the fence gave away, tho gun pressed
close against tho center of his breast and
discharged, tho entire charge passing
through bis body. Ho fell bock, Instantly
Albert T. lUhbltl.
Cnr.TKXSR, Wyo., Juno 18, Albert T.
Itabbitl, President ot tho Standard Cattle
Company, died hero yesterday after
short illneM. Ho was president of the
Wyoming (Stock Growers Association and
prominent in Itcnublican circles. He
served during the war as Colonel of tho
Ninety-third Ohio Volunteer, and was
severely wounded In lho Tullahoma cam-
The Stejral ( Inn ef MrellMl.
DfTRoiT, Mich., Juuo 18. Tho annual
convention of tho Itoyal Clan of Scotland
is in session horo today, Chief John Kin-
neir. of Iloston. presiding. About 100
delegates nra present. The object of tho
orgnuir.ation Is tho uniting of tho Scotch
Iu America, ns well as forming a relic I luud
lor iudigent compatriots.
Hill Adsauce Mastra.
Livksidoi. Juno 18. The ship owners
of IJvcrpool have unanimously refused to
grunt the advance In wages demanded by
the striking seninen, nod thn s'.rikor stub
bornly insist that they will not return to
work until tho Increase is conceded. There
aro littlo prrM'Cl4, therein, of an early
scttlumont of tho troubles.
rn.liiHl le Death by au l.levaiar.
Cincinnati, O., Juno 18. John P.uedo,
aged fourteen, was crushod to death this
morning by attempting to enter an ele
vator whilo it was In motion. Ho wns
Caught about tho chest between tho call
and the floor. The accident hnpixMied at
the works of thn American Oak I .cat her
Company, at Dallonaud McLean avenues.
A Hslkfr sua 1st I blldre. Harueel.
Manotoix, Ont., Juno 18. Tho resi
dence of Kichnrd Wilson caught fire Inst
night and Mrs. Wilson and two young
children were burned to death. Wilson,
after a hard struggle, insnugd to s.ivo his
other three children, but not Uiforo be
himself was badly burned.
A 'prr Mill Hurueit.
Masos CiTr, In., Juno 18. The Itock
trd paper mill, ono of tho most extensive
enterprises of the kind in the btstc, burned
yesterday. An entire new organisation
was recently formed, and the machinery
was set in operation Friduv. Tho loss is
estimated at Jl ,00, and 1 1, 000 insurance.
Bolmont'8 Luck Continue Unabatod.
For the First Time In Tears the Fa
vorite Wine the Suburban.
Terra Cotta, of the Chicago fetablo,
' Captures Second Plaoe,
Badge Never Heard of at Any Stage
of the Contest.
An Imraonas Throng at Sbeopshead Bay
Tbs Crowd Estimated at From Thirty
to Forty Thousand Other In
SiiEicrsiisAn Bat Ra x-Track, T. J.,
Juno IS. Tho great (Suburban ruco so
overshadowed every other event hero to
day, the following results commanded
very littlo attention:
First Kace Foam stakes, tor two year
olds, $50 each, f 1,600 added, flvo-cightba
of a uiilo. fSutrtors: ltmiquct, ft. Carlo,
St, Jumcs, Civil Service, lleatify. After
ten minutes' deluy they sot off, with (St.
Carlo iu the lead, Bu James second, lle
atify and Civil Service right up. Civil
Service immediately ran out and made
tho pace, St Carlo laying back to seo if
fSU James could win. At tho bead of the
homo stretch lleatify mudo a bold bid
for victory, but at the last furlong Garri
son let St, Carlo have bis bead, when ho
camo by and won with ease by a length In
1:01. Civil Service, second, was half a
length beforo Beatify, third. Banquet
was last Ho was injured previous to lho
race, running away with a stable boy.
Second Itace One mile. Starters; In-iMK.-tor
II, Juggler, Everett, Urown Char
lie, Suadrift, Manola, YundorgrifU Sea
drift won in 1:44 3 5, Inspector li second,
Drown Chnrliu third.
Third ltuco Tidal stakos; for three-year-olds;
$100 each, $l,o00 added; ono
inilo. Starters: Diablo, Long Islund,
Itcortcr, Eric, Favordalo coll, Orator, Sal
vator. Aftor s Anal start they went away
with the Favordalo colt iu lho lead aud
Salvador, Diablo, Orator nnd lmg Island
well up. ltcKrtcr was hist. The Favor
dale colt madu lho running to tho head of
tho homo stretch. Salvador ciime upon
tho outside and, amid cheers, McLaughlin
landed him a winner by a length nnd
a hall in 1:41 '1 5, Erie second,
was half u length licforu Itcimrtur third.
The Fuvordale colt, Dinblo, Lung Island
aud Orator camo next
Till (.MKATr.1T AMKIIICAM RACING KVfMT
of tho year was determined this after
noon ni Mieepshend Hay track, and the
skeleton conditions and "vault were as
Fourth llnee The MiibU'fean, a handi
cap swccstukcs of ?i.lem.a, liplf lorfeil,
the HMUH iatioii to add the amouut lim-es-sary
to make tho vatun id Hie race I0,im;i;
the M.fund to receive $'.',0 HI nnd the third
$l,0i)0 out of lho added money; winning
H'iialties nnd handicap allowaiiiv. Milo
aud a quarter.
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The northeast wind blow a g.ilo over 'he
lourse this uftcrnoou, and lho :il,00.) tier
sons w ho swarmed over Its grand stand, its
betting ring and its lawn found light over
costs and wrstis exceedingly romlortable.
Tho heavens were cloudlet, tho sunlight
and the cool air each leinperud lho other;
all green stiadi'S of grass and trnvs were
deep and bright, and tho booming of surf
on lho ocean beach served sss background
to tho noise of gay chatter and hoursa
shouts of excited thousands w ithin tho
racing inclosuro. it wua a wonderful
gathering, aud ono which could assemble
at short notico nowhere In America out
side of the metropolis. Who was here?
Everybody that was anybody who could
spHro thn timo from business pursuits,
iloston, Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Washing
ton, lUltiinoro and all thn Intermediate
towns of nolo sent representatives. China
sent its diplomats nnd Chill somn of Its
ablest and most enterprising statesmen.
Judges wero here JoMling ilbows with
able sttonieys, and ladies worn present In
linndrls. 'They woro their Ik-sI and
brightest spring costumes, they inndo the
grand stnnd resemble a huge kaleidoscope,
in tho Executive Coinmitieo's bos wero
tho iiieinliers of the 1 Iihhmi legulion. A
splendid bsnd was stationed on tho law n
iisfrout of lho incinld rs' stand.
The ofllcers of the day were J. K. Law
rence, J. Hradford and J. O. I ''inner,
judges; Cupt. Connor, Cornelius Felli.ws
and (.apt twister, uuiers; . r..aiaweii,
Tho great Suhuthan u tho loin ill event
on the card, and through Hie three preced
ing races lho iin patience ol the throng was
scarcely held in check by interest Ml lho
running they witnessed. Tho hoffr bad
been llxed at 4:20 p. ni., but as soon as tho
Iireceding races were run (hero was a rush
o the betting shed to iuviwl on it Soon
lho betting became on ri-al Unit It was only
by shoving that tbo bctteis could get near
enough tho bookmakers to baud them
their money. Most of liiS betters acted
like crazy men In their snxiety to bin k
their fuvoritos. The carious went to the
saddling paddock to sen tlio great raccis
groomed and prepared for Ihu fray. The
track by this timo had dried out finely,
aud though damp underneath, was dusty
on top. It wns s frith) lumpy, hut it was
in far lietter condition tliuu thosvursgo
The llrst of tho great contest ants to pa
ra lo was Terra Cotta with b Lsughlinup.
He was recognised with plaudits as ho
gavo tho chestnut his preliminary ranter.
Tho horses pranced sb"iit at Ihu pod in a
restless way. Voluntcr kicked Terra
CotU slightly, and lli"ii '"irg i gavo Elk
wood a slight tnsto of her I Is. A break
away wiu nude. It mniM havn been a
start but He II n II. tho track Ihu to
vers way and prevent' d it.
The next attempt .i '"''ru ucccssfiil.
Tho ll ig lell nud away Hey vut, with
Gorgo in tho lend, Elk wood, Em us and
litidro next Cominir to tho stand Volun
teer led by a ncso with Gorgo two lengths
before Funis, who was two lengths beforo
Itndgo, who had Ikllw II., It
lloru and Term Cotta, next
At the uuartor iosit Volunteer led bv a
length. Gorgo waa second a length nnd a
half beforo Itellii It, with Hndgo, Funis,
Hiiau Horn, Term Cottunud Elkwood next
tiding up tho buck stretch Gorgo wont to
tho front and soon hnd n lend of two
lengths from Funis second. Then camo
Holla 11, Volunteer, Hriau Horn, Hadgo,
Terra Cotta, under tho whip, and F.Ik
wood. Gorgo led until they were well
into tho homo stretch, with Kacclund next,
on whom Garrison wns sitting liko a mar
ble statue. As they entered tho homo
stretch lho snapper gnr.ud right and left,
and pleased with tho survey, kept Kucn
hind to bis work ns steady ns a clock. n
they camo liko a whirlwind, Gorgo still in
tho lead. Still liko a statue suit lho snap
per, and as immovnblo us futo.
"Now watch tho snapper draw tho
whip," said one as Terra Cotta catuo
with a guild rush.
Ho did not. With a confidence grand
iu itself, but almost heart breaking to his
backers, ho merely ant down nnd urgod
tho noblo animal tho slightest bit Ho
seemed to feel thai it wns nil over, but tho
shouting, and so It was.
Amid tho plaudits of 10,000 throats.
Ibicelnud dashed post tho judges' stand
an easy winner by a lougth aud a hall, in
'J: Oil 4-5. Terra Cotta, socond, was half a
length beforo Gorgo, third. Funis, lirinn
lloru, lludgo, Elkwood, Volunteer aud
llelhi Ik, who ran wide clear out of tho
turn in the upper turn, folio wod as named.
Elkwood pushed up very lame,
Tho winner's neck was encircled on his
return to the weighing-stand with a gigan
tic llorsl horseshoe, on which tho legend
"Suburban" was workod w ith llowers.
Fifth Itace Mile and an eighth. Start
ers: llessio Juno, Dunboyno, Tea Tray,
Panama, J. A. Ik and Glory, lksde Juuo
won lu 1:50 4 6, To Tray second, Dun
Sixth ltuco Milo and a quarter. Start
ers: Hilt Kond, First Attempt, Holicmian.
Lnrchniont, Elgin, St. Luke. Hill ltoud
won in l':131-5, tarthmont secoud, Si.
A SKETCH OF RACKLANn,
Rucelnnd is a four year-old, by Millet,
(lain Calomel. Ho was purchased by Joo
I llinan, a St Ixmls bookmaker, as s
yearling, t'llman got him with hardly an
opKsiiig bid for i-'-M. His career as a
two-ycur-old waa most brilliuut Starting
twelve time, he was first tiiuu limes, sec
ond onco and unplaced twice. Ho met
and defeated all tho bent youngsters of his
agn in lho country, and placed to the
credit of his owner uboul f IN,.'iOil. lUco
luud made his debut iu the Harold stakes,
at Ijitoniu, wliicli ho w on, carrying loT
pounds, and liddeu bv Hurry Hlayluck, iu
1:041. Hadgc, with ilS pounds linished
third, t'ant-Meel separating llieni. Then
raino tho Mannfucturers' stakes at St
Ixiuis. in which ho curried 117 pounds i
tho front in 1:17), and tiireo days later
followed this up by winning Ihu SI. Ixiuis
sweepstakes, hvo furlongs, in 1.0:'). His
liritt Alefeal was for lho IjiLo View handi
cap, at I'hicnu"!, won by l.urkv Hald win's
ereul colt, I iiiwror of Norfolk, III l ll'l,
bill Hacelund Pad bis revengu lew days
later in beating the Eiupt-rur lot thy iiKn
alvpa slakes, halfa mile, hi 0. sj, wan 117
ouii'ls up. Hu Wns tlieu bruiigiil E,ist,
und p.ud his car faro by winning the
sweephbikes ut Shcctsihcad Hay Iroiu u
lield of liflecu ill 1: 14. The nc At lime be
faced lho stutter h liuishcd iiuyLired In
Mr Dixon lor lhe Flalbunh stake. JPtwii iu
J .H.i, but a few day Inter lie ins. I.' them
all Hue stars by cairyiiig lho top weight
home flrst in I lie great IjiMcru iiiiudlcap,
six furlong, over a fair track, in l l ij,
und lifteeii giKidoiies limshed in his wake.
His old fneud, tlio Fmpelor of Norlolk,
loomed up again und K.icelatid was com
M'lled to play secoud liddlu to him for lho
Algeria slukes ut HnNiklvii, which the
Emperor won in 1: lt. At Washington
Haceliiud aud FuiM-ror of Norfolk mid in
thn Arlington stakes nnd the ( ulifiirniun
was obliged lo lower hi colors to tho eon
of Hillet, who, with ll'i, covered tho six
furlongs in 1:14). Itaeelund's lust n; M'ur
amv lor the year was iu lhe Ciipitul shiki-s,
wbero ho curried Ud suiinls iiomo lu
1:1 1, beating Georgo Oyster. Tlio time
a the. best ever uindo on thn Ivy City
track by either young or old horse, and il
was this, uo doubt, wnieli caused the llou.
Aug. Hclmoul lo pay li,.xJJ lor him.
Entries for tomorrow:
rim Hm-v Ikv sml on-IiaII lurlmii!-. lime
nvi'r. t if-lniM, Jirli.iMili. ( nll Hln-nin t-w li l.'l:
1 In liiriim ill, J.i) r. Ih, l.k, lip M.n rsi li
III: i-vcla ll'i.
hrt-iiii'l IUi-- I'lvo suil unr-lislf fiirlnn--. dm-nii-ri
j i is, miHiii. !.: i. lull In. inr. Iiuilins
lull. IU-I. tin li.ll, faiorill) I'S'.U ll l,
Irs.llr, Hlmii.n i.li Hi
llurd lui..-M.i- sn.l sn rl-lnh. Umoinsl
I .'l, f ii-un l.'i sliiryar.1 llu, v liilim hi-
rmirih lUir i mi- nilli'. Ii'iri li, I -irtu iilc. rai h
IH-: I nil III, Htuisx II". I"! kiiiniii. Is-i,.
illilliii, i-nin WiM-t, i-ai li In?; Ii'ii ir-.k. It , n
I mi. n- l"s () i l"l, I mlM' HU, l.llln II i.-i, ijiut u
Hi l.iliila III, MnIsVI, l".-l- tl( Hi. AiiiiiiiiiI) Hi.
I Ihh IUH--Mil- .ii.l mi 'uhili. im.j.in lpi,
In. lull ui, luuk Waul lu;, luu lUni-uii li",
ki-iu lu -.
Mull lis" Ulla sn.l n rlvliih on llir -r...
I'lai-ai.-lii lv i, la-.iri I. MiIjiiiiIiIiii l.'l, Imf
l.'l. A. Iii' LU. siiImiIi'IO IW. WlllSi-i-l 111. Annul-
sly II.'. Ih'IhUmiii' IU. Nrwlfvrs, luu, iti'lmi in i,
l . I IU), I nii'lr Ui7
1 1 rat taif al I u i In k i in,
1 he MrHs al bl. Iinle.
Sr. Id is, Mo., June 1H. Tho wcnlher
was in iwr able tihlsy, a heavy rain fulling
tbo greater part of tbo afternoon. This
was thn fiisl extra day and tho racing was
First Ihtcc Four furlongs; for two-yenr-old.
Ithyuio 110, Harms, 4 lo I, limt;
Light 110, Covington, 4 to I, bi-ond; Vic
tonne 1 10, Stovul, 0 lo I, third. The oth
ers finished: Egypt ll', Johnson, 4 In I;
Cuu-Cuu 110, Turul, 3 to I; I's ssemer 110,
Muttox, Oto I; Nannie P 110, I. Jones, 10
to 1. liliyme was never beaded, winning
handily by a length; half a length between
second and third. Time -0 51.
Second Jlacc Five furlongs, for two
enrolls. Wutlerson I IS, Huiiics, II tii 5,
iirst; Kyrlell 11 1, Tar I, .'I to I, socond;
Joo Nevins IIS, ll.iyden, 4 lo I, third.
The others linished: ( url r It 11, I.
Jones, 8 to I; l o KM, Ward, 4 lo I. Joo
Nvviug made tho running to thastretdi,
where Wutlcrsoii csino tip and won han
dily by a length, twolengths between oec
Olid and third. Time 1.11.
Third Itiue Six furlongs; selling; for
nil agin. Ited Slouo I'M, Niilcn, 4 io I,
llrst; Nov ('. Id.', Grimes, to I, secoud;
Muy W. h'.i. iNn ker, 10 to I, Ihlnl. Tbo
other llnlslied a follows: H'g llrown Jug
I1L', I'oilirsn, 7 to I; Foslerul 10'.'. Cov
ington, HI to I; Jim Nave l(i, liuiko, -0
to I; Sleepy Dick HiH, Swan, HI to I; Kid
nap I", Wellington, 20 lo 1; Ernest Itico
lis), I'.arnes, U to I; Gusotioo 111", hloiine,
l'i to I; Thn Dudo 10.1, West, (Ho I; Luke
Alexander I III, Joblisuii. 12 lo I; 1 luPl,
Hrown, :i)lo I; Neltiu Kent lOo, I. Jones,
H lo I; M it III Km, Slovnl, 0 to 1, Ited St uiu
led from start to ftuih and won liun.l..v
by bull a length; Iwo length between sn'.
oud and third. Timo -I;...
1 ouilh It.k'e Seven furlongs; sclliiin',
for all ages. Glockner 101, Soden, 3 fo 1,
first; Corn Fisher f4, Covington, 8 to !,
second; Fosteral 105. Malone, 10 to 1,
third. Others: Jeuulo McFnrlnnd 108,
Johnson. 10 to I; Hlnndii list, Stoval, 5 to
1; Arundel 110, Ward, 4 to 1. Glockner
got a running start and was never headed,
winning in a canter by flvo lengths, two
lengths between second und third. Time
Fifth lUtco Ono nillo, for three-year-olds
and upward. Oarsman 100, Tural,
4 to 5, llrst; I'nlinky U0, llrown, 4 to 1,
second; Comedy 101, Stoval, 0 to 1, third.
Others tluishud: Mamie Hunt 100, Sodon,
ft to 1; Spinnetto 108, Johnson, 0 to 1.
Fnlucky mado the running to tho stretch
where Oarsman challenged him, and In a
driving finish won by half a length, two
lengths separating socond and third.
The entries and pools for tomorrow's
I'lrvl Usee Six furlonw! tolling. Illg Prewn
Juk lot, kWluiiii si, 111; Jim Nuto W, f 10: l.cls
Nvotiil ttsis'-l'lva fiirlnn'. lmllni I'rliierat
101, t: l.luli'CHrl. ll.) tin, I I Millie Wlllliims till,
ilil; I. lulu vi. Ill; Lk.vi IiM, U Weal Anna III, a;
llunlpii HO, fi
1 lifid Ksec drven (nrlnnm sHHns. CmsKlnh
, llisi; Alliluinw 104, .l. tinli-Ml lei till.
I iiunh Kaiv Mllv. iutu nl Truinim 119, HHO;
Jiwlo V i7, S.& St. lAwtt 110. 110; (inv. ftinn lui, 17.
Hhh llsiv- Nltlp and wvvnlv var.l. I a vim m im.
tK Vcnseut luo, .ift, t'nliiek vi, luaulcuvowl,
Itaetaf al Hansaa Clly.
Kansas City, Mo., Juuo 18. This was
tho second day of lho Kansas City rnco
meeting. Tbo attoudanco was good and
the races wolt couteslod. Tbo truck wn
slow, but was fast drying. It will bo in
good shape tomorrow.
First ISuce Half milo. Lulu IV 115,
Overton, flrst; Graoo Ely 107, Hriggs,
second; Lalla Maud 103, Freeman, third.
Second Ituce Ono milo. Entry l7,
Davis, first; Volco 105, Ovortou. second;
Honnio King 100, Freeman, third. Timo
Third Raeo Seven furloncs. Fred
erics 111, Ovoron, Urst; Virginia W,
Chumliley, second; St Albans 107. Nich
ols, third. Time l.Xij. Forest King 107,
lcrby 1.4. run unplaced.
Fourth ituco Galo City slakes; for all
ages; three-quarters ol a tulle. (Juccr Toy
110, Froemau, llrst; L 1! 108, Overtou,
secoud; Jess Armntiong 110, Hurkholder,
third. Timo 1. ill. Shunuudttlo 105 run
Filth ltuco -Three-quarters of a milo.
(ilaiUtono 102, Young, Hist; Churchill
(Turk 102, West, aisoiid; Mrs. McAllister
07. Freeman, third. Time 1 1. Ma
genta 07, Vlrglo t'7, Alice Ward 107, and
Can-Dunce lo7, ran unplaced.
INTRIIS niH TOMOHHOW.
flml Itare T li r e ipiarlrni ot at lie. Ttishkfnl
17. VlrKitlSi. Nan 11 liu. M.l..l' li.i, Mu II vrl
llu. In I lk lul, h-ln i kuiKlil l', I.Uog U H'l,
VnlPsiiir luu, Ika-rliy III.
Ki-cimt Hiht I He Inrlrnivs. t.iihi II W, Miss
Mar) Ml Ji-a Arm.tr.iiiu ml, llhir Vril tVa.
Ihlnl hai-o'l liliiiin-lxtirnilis nl mllr. SI.
Hiinnii liunlilll I lark leo, Mamie U liii.
In I'lu.-llk'lil lii
luiiiiii IUi Kaiia rtlr IVrtiy. tine mite ami
s iiunrpr Mail ill ii 117. Ma.iiiii H i. AllnrlMuil
Hi. n.. In. 117, Lv I'ri iinii l.'i J T 117
Ullll llaiv- S. ti n Itirlnlit-a. Alilllr II 10 , T. J.
Iliua U.I, I. lOlu Uauile n7, InilcrKS IV7.
rrebsble V luarr I oil n jr.
AT SIILKITIIP.M) sv.
Kim It" -r, Hi-nsr
.IT 1 i:aiT -iiiiiitii-i v, Ir- Plr.
Iliil.l Lai.- I.ii-im-l, kliiavaril.
I imrlh Haiv - liiiii'l,, .O.iIh.
I inli l(a--Tnniiiii, Hi a llirrl ut,
Hull ll.n lkx' ui'iii, ,l..
AT KANSAS ( ITT.
iM I'.nri-- Ms'liilln. Tim Hk.
I ...in I I'.iii- I ula II Imiiv i-ll.
f'.uirli I in,'- M'til-lmii. I.r rcnil'T.
r lllli lUir-ln .li rli a. I. i. Illl-k.
Til "3 JACKyoN DAOOINO FACTORY.
The Movers In tbo Enterprise Not
K-t tal HUuh In Tin AiksI.
J t( ksnx, Miss., Juno 18. Tho dirt-ctor
ol the proHised bulging liii tory to bo
creeled here were in session today and
yesterday. They c.ilied a lueeliiig of tho
stockholders lu this city ou July 17 next,
nl which timo they will resign and a new
directory will bu elected. Tbo Hoard of
Control of tho vtiiteiiliary gsvo them an
extension nf sixty days' time Irom Juuo 1
Isst in which to tuko iMwecs.doll of the
factory building located Inside lhe s'iii
leiitiary walls, and which the director
have agreed to least) for thn factory. So fur
only s little upward of Ifl-.i'i" stock h is
hu been puld for and the diree'or con
cluded this amount too small lo start
with. They want enough money sub
scrilind to enable ibeui to begin with at
least right Iisiius. The factory will not be
started in timo to insniifscturo bagging
anioiiiiting to anything lor lho growing
crop nl cotton, but tho director! say its
establishment I only a question of lime,
and when it I established II will bo 00 S
lho It. at . T'lrarailt l iars S Mere
mi.liuoui'., M l., Juno 18. A deed was
recorded ycsti'rday ladween tho Hallimoni
A Ohio Telegraph Company and lho
Western luioii Tulegrsph Company
whereby tho Hultihmro A Ohio Compa
ny conveys to tho Western t'nloii lis
right, litln and interest in ami to all it
telegraph hues and prosrty of every
nature and description. The considera
tion I il and tbo entire ibw IiargiMif tim
lUHini'iro ('bio Teli'grapli Company
from lho obligation to issim Jtl.OtSl.lssl of
Ixiuds provided for ill it coiitiui't wilhlho
Hultiujoro iV lilo Hailroad Con. puny.
Ihrre Mae ie Mnesnrre.
WasiiimiIon, Juno 1A Tho following
teli gram in reference to Hi repiirted mas
rai re iu Mexico Iihsj been locoived si tho
War IS pin I mi-nt:
In I sm wn, I'll., Jung I7,IK).
To tlis Ailji.lsnl i.i in ial, Ws-IiiiiiUiu
Tho following reci'lved front thn Com
inan liiig titllcer, Departiinnl nf Ariioiin:
'lielerring lo recent report In new-paper
regarding lho alleged killing of Mexican
bv In b. ins in Sunor.1, I nui advised by
Gov. Toirvs I lnil after a full Investigation
mado by him. ho lluds thero Is no truth
Whatever in the repoit.
lhe llnnh mt Keparl Orsaalsr J.
Sm UI l'l.Ml Il M 111' Appeal.
N mi I'll r, Ark., Juuo 18. 'rtio Hunk nf
Newport orfectt'd il organisation yester
day by electing a Hoard of Director. Thn
Directors elected olbcer a lollows: Hon.
John W, Maylon, Presidinl; Georgo W.
I'.nki r. Vice-President; It. M. Jolmson,
N'rietary and Treasurer. Mr. Johnson
n.i-. eleeinl Cashier also.
lhe bank Ihicw es'U its door this
morning dr business. ,
llralruyea by MthtulNs;.
I.i-HM tM-Sli II III 111" A'n-t.
Ni:isuir, Ark., Juno 1H. News ol tbo
di i-truetloii by lightning of turn l.lpman's
liiei sawmill, ut Olyphant, ha rcncLed
hew. Loa 4j,0U0; insurance $2,0J0.
Introduced Into the Sullivan Caso,
Tho Weatorn Union Telegraph Com
pany Brought Into It.
Tho State's Attornoy Insists Upon
fSoelug Tolograms That Passed
Botweon Alexander Bulliv&n, P,
O'Sulllvau and Dan Cougbliu.
The Attorneys for the Company Kick
Agnlnst This But tba Court Orders
That the Messages Be Brought
Before the Jury.
CittcAoo, 111., June 17. Tho sensntlonnl
incident of tho Cronin Grand Jury this
morning wns tho refusal of Willinui K.
Hell, of tho Western Cniou Telegraph
Company, to obey an order of tho jury to
produce messages passing between Alex
onder Sullivan, Dan Coughlin, P. O'Sulll
vau, John J. Maroney and O. W. Mel
ville. Mr. Hell maintained thnt It was
agnlnst tho rule of tho company to pro
duco such messages and that the statutes
of the Ststo of Illinois Imposed a lino of
$.",000 upon a telegraph company for dis
closing the contents of any personal or
businoas messages rousing over its lines.
After all attempts to induce tbo witness to
oliey bad failed, the jury, bended by
Stulo's Attorney Longenecker, repaired to
Judge Shepherd's room and appealed to
bla honor to Issue an order directing tbs
witness lo ansa or under paiu of contempt
Charles 8. Holt, attorney for the West
ern Union, appeared In behalf of tbo wit
ness, and stated that w hile tho company
desired in every way to assist tho ends of
justice, It did not desire to voluntarily
vinlato the statutes of tho Sttito and dis
close tho messages of its patrons uiion the
mere request of a Grand Jury. If tba
court thought lit to Usue an order direct
ing tho witness under pain of contempt to
produce tho messages, tho company would
then consider this a bur to any possible
civil prosecution by patrons and tho wit
ness would obey lho order. Hu thought,
though, lho jury should more explicitly
descrilio lho liunsagea wanted, their pres
ent mi nest being more iu lhe nature of
general drag uet.
SluU's Attorney Longcuccl.cr held that
lho ury could not dellnitely descrilio any
pniticulsr inesssges. because they were
not yet scquHiiitcd with tho runtcuts ut
lhe message sent What lho jury de
sired was the right In examine sny and
nil messiige thai might have pa'm d be
tween any of tho suMncted parlies since
'1 he Jury alone could lie the Judge ol
their relevancy lo lhe esse. Mr, foil
objected somewhat o un order isf such
sweeping nature, but tho Judge fully sus
tained lhe Mate's Attorney, and no order
was spread upon the record dini ting the
witncsi under puiu ol contempt and com
mitment to jail lo produce liny nnd all
mcsiuktci), caLlegraiiis, nr cupim thereof,
III tho Chicago nlhiv pawing between
Alexander Sullivan, Dun Cou.blin. P.
O Nillivan, John J. Mamm y, G. W. Mcl
Mile und Charles McDonald, either under
tlielr true ii.imo or any alias, or between
culier of these men and any other per
sons, since tho first ol March last. Tho
nllicers ol the Western I niou aisled thai
live men bad been employed two days
searching sinone the records for originals
or copies of tlio message ilntirod, and
Unit they would now bu promptly spread
beforo the fury. It is prrwuunii tin
afternoon will l devoted by lhe jury to
an cumulation of theso message.
Maurice Morris, a friend nf Dr. Cro
nin, wiishcloiv tho Jury thin morning ami
told bow lhe Doctor haiLlrcqucntly suited
that bo bad Incurred the enmity ol cer
ium is'rson high in authority in Irish
Societies and thul be bad (cur for his
William Mulruhey, the suspect about
whom so much ha been written, was
ilnsi'ted with lho jury lor urarly an hour
and those who heard his storv becamo
convinced limt be bad no connection with
the crime. Ho showed he hsd not gone to
work lor O'sullivan until several day
after the dale of the tnunler, nnd from his
evidence did not ap-ar lo know much
about o'Nillivnn or Ina asMsiatcs. Ho
wn asked particularly about liiu move
ments of ''Sullivan during tho day fol
lowing tho murder, but stated that they
weru in now iirti suspicious Mid thul O'Suf
li visit seemed to bo devoting luoto time to
the ice busincM than to any other outsido
nfluir. llu slated Unit he hud liuver, to
hi knowledge, seen O'Sullivan and
I'oiighhii together during tin so times, but
Hint he might poail,ly I mistaken ou
Hint Kiint tut ho was not well acquainted
with Coiighliu. Altogether Mr. Mulcahey
wns a very iinprolitabto witness and tbo
jury obtained no information ol conse
quence Irom Ills hour s examination.
Nr. II mil ftel a tandldale.
WAaiiiioroft. Juuo 18. In rcelv to tor
era! ncaspuper nrticles criticising tho l'ij v
ideiit failure to appoint Mr. I'o Is II nut
Htiiinter si Cunnulton, Int., sgsinst
whose removal by President Cleveland bo
protested w hile a member of lho Senate, S
reporter today ws shown at tbo Poelmlico
Department u card from Mi. Hunt, which
was printed in lho local paer of thul sec
tion, in which she snys: "In order to si
lence ull and iiumcruu uniiuthoroied ex
pressions concerning my desire or rxiecta
tion of obluiniiig thn Canneltoii in-lullico,
I wish to say onco for all Hint I am not,
have not been, and shall not he, an appli
cant (or tho ollico. The above statement
may t'pienr premature, Lut it it culled for
by the fad that I have been greatly an
noyed of I. ile by lho ciiiitiiiiied t-aiitass of
my inline iu connection Willi lhe possiblo
chungu of postmuslcr ut Hint pl.to a po
sition which wem to liavo fur giealer al
lureinunls to others t li.iu in '."
Viiii l.nly Hulrlili-,
CiMiNXAii, O, June 18.-.MLs Mary
Mcl'O.iald, ug-d liiliclec.1, a stenographer
for Kog. ru, HrnwnA Co., dealers In iron,
wai found nuionsciiiiH iu the yard of her
fall. or' rv-i.lciieg on Walnut Hills this
luoiniiijni.il un empty vial nl pruwisio
Beid bv her ride. She wnsilre s'd to r
to her uurk, but went into the yard auJ
took the t i.m. No cnu-c is known ex
cept lu .liiiii hj y OU account ol heart die-Cl.0.