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MEMPHIS. TESTST., SATURDAY, JUNE 22. 18S9.
VOL. XLIXNO. 147
THE CIIONIN MYSTERY
The Grand Jary L9ta Up for Awhile.
A Number of Wltnesaoa Examined
. Yesterday, But Little Elicited.
A Newspaper Man Plaood On the
Stand, Who Knows But Little.
The Winnipeg Buspoot Appears In
Court and Is Remanded.
Martin Burke's Counsel. Makes a Strong
Fight Against His Going- to Chi
cago, But He'll Probably
Have to Go.
Chicago, III., June 21. The Cronln
Grand Jury this morning Loan! the testi
mony o( Mrs. Philbin, outit of Martin
Burko, the Winnipeg suspect Mrs. Phil
Lin derided the ides that her nephew was
a murderer, aud described him as a weak
oJ rattlc-brninod young man, who lacked
the courage to engage in a plot of such a
character. She was unablo to enlighten
the jury Hoarding IMiko's movemunls
about tho time and previous to the mur
der, as ho had ceased to livo at her house
some timo before that Burke ihowoj but
liltlo disposition to work, and less to pay
any board bill, and she had declined to
longer harbor hiui iu the house.
Chief Hubbard was closeted with the
Jury for a hull hour, (living tho lutest de
velopments of tho police investigations,
'and suggesting the names of witucMcs who
might be ablo to enlighten the jury on cer
Frank Pcanlan, Ir. Cronin's friend,
gave the names of several Clan-na-Uuol
uien who it was thought might know
eoraethlug of tho conspiiacy or of the
movements of parties connected with it,
and soverul now lubpcnac wero issued
upon his suggestion.
BoU-rt Bruce, the detective, was before
the jury tills afternoon, and required to
give his version of the story that Alder-
man John McCortuick onco attempted to
bribe him to rcmovo Croniu. This story
sank Into Imdgnifkanco under the queries
of tho Grand J ury, and proved to have had
its origin In simple expression of dis
like and distrust that McCoruiRk once
passed upon Cronln.
Luko Dillon was once more railed to
the stand and questioned minutely re
garding the inner working of tho Clan
pa-Guel. anil those of its (.'liicairo mem
bers whom he had found in his investign-
turns to have been bostilo to Cronin. Mr.
Iillon also gave certain additional details
regarding the charm against Alexsnder
Sullivan and the memorable trial which
-Harry Jordan, the bartender, was ones-
tioncd regarding tho habits and associates
of aid Hfhnn. ttio siwixtt, but no dis
claimed any Intimate acquaintance with
liiin. Ho testified to having frequently
seen Burke and l'atrick Cooney together.
and they on several occasions, visited tho
saloon in company.
Florence Sullivan, a local newspaper re
porter, was railed to the stand, but was
unable to atlnid the jury anv light, his
tcttimouy consist. Iig lucruly of hearsay in
regura to cvldenco already adduced. in.
Fagin proved another unprolltable witness.
and ho, In turn, was followed by l-awycr
I'wiuiit, oi tne nnu 01 nwigtii ft Kern.
F-d ward Spcllman. of Peoria, tho promt'
nent dis'.illeryiuau and district olhccr of
the Clan-na-tiuel for the territory o( Ml.
nois and Wisconsin, was on the stand for
half an hour, and tent i Hod In regard to
the extent of that organic ition and tho
power of local camp to Piinii-h oflcuding
members. Ho stated that the gruutcsl
Ienalty that could be Inllieteil upon any
member under the rules of the orguniza-
tinn was expulsion from tho ranks, and
insisted that if Ir. Cronln had boon con
demned to death under tho star chamber
proceeding of anv camp, it was contrary
to tho fundamental principle and prac
tices ol tun (. lan na dad. .Mr. r-)eii
man professed high regard (or lr. Cronin,
and assured the iury that his (Spellmun's)
desire to ferret out tho instigators of tho
tragedy was shared by all the leading
Idun-na-Oacl men in luo united Mate.
The proceeding today closed the Invest
lgutlons of tlio tiraml Jury in the Cronln
cam fur tlm rimn hoimr. and the lurv will
tomorrow proceed to ttio consideration of
i Vtf will bo kept open to give the
jMiiuon- lati cncs Alio Trunin caw.
i poJu:o an opportunity to puniuo their in
Vastigations,sd as w itnesses are produced
from timo to time their testimony will Ixj
received by tho jury and lilod with tli
vast volume of evidence already adduced.
MarllN Haras la I'Mrt
Wixxirtwi, Man., Juno 21. Precisely at
10:30 o'clock this forenoon Martin Ilurke
was uisrched Into tho Court of tho O.uorn's
Bench and placed in tho murderer' dock
for arraignment. Ilo was handcuffed and
closely guarded. Thoro was a large crowd
present, and all eyes wero turned upon the
criminal H seemed a trillo dated and
kept hi eye on tho floor. Judge l'.aln
soon euterud the court, aud after gaxing
Hipon the prisoner for a moment he ig
nailed the clerk, w ho read the Information
sworn out by Infective Collins yesterday
and which ehargi- Burko with murder,
Collins was present in court anil tried to
catch Burko s eye, but he refused to look
up. II. M. Howell, tho leading criminal
lawyer practicing here, had been retained
by Collins, with T. 1. Cumberland as bis
partner. Isaac Cumplx II and W. K Per-
Hun acre present ill la-half of 111 prisoner,
Mr. Howell arose and nuked His Ixirdship
to remand the prisnnor for one week. He
Hated that tho evidence was lsing pre
pared and withe- were coining from
Chicago to cnsblc the prosecution to rivet
tho couviction and secure the prisoner'
rx'radition. lie sain it wouu uepowiuie
to go into certain evidence In a day or two,
but It would then be necessary to ask for
a further remand, and no timo would bo
lout In bateniug matter. It was just as
woll to bsv a week' adjournment at
once. It wm probsbio that counsel would
have to bo brought from Chicago, and
nilmr inn t tors would have to be gone Into.
Isaac Cuiuploll, for tho prisoner, re
minded the court that Chicago was oiilv a
day and a half from Winnipeg. The
Grand Jnrr, aitting at Cook County, was
through with tho prisoner, who had been
UcUiucd bero sinco bunday. Tho remand
requested by the prosecution was alto
gether too long. Mr. Howell said it
would bo necessary to prove to the court
that Cronin hud been murdoicd, and then
prove that Burko was suspected of the
murder, so that several witnesses might
have to bo examined. Ilia Lordship
decided to remand tho prisoner until next
vtcuuesuay. jsurito was men tuKcn in
rhargo by Ciov. Lawler, of tho jail, and
litiirflnrsivai rri i i ilia
jail. Tho Governor says his new boarder
eats fairly well, and seems to feci as well
as could be expected under tho circum
stances. Hnrka fully lUrnlinrd.
Piiicaoo, III., Juno 21. Martin Burke,
the Winnipeg suspect, hns been positively
hlentilied ns ono of the Williams brothers
who nro credited with belna Dr. Cronin'
slayers. Tho persou who thus Identified
Hurko Is tho cxpretjKinan who was cm-
ployed by one of tho Williuinsc to couvey
furniture to tho fatal cottage. News of
the identification of Hurko nnd tho cir-
cumstunce under which Ilurke was seen
by the cxprcMimin at Winnipeg was re
ceived tonight in a message to Chief of
l'ollce Hubbard from a Chicago ollicor, as
"Wwjfirrii, Mn., June 21, lsW.
"Martinsen. the cxnrcKsiuan. Instnntlv
and full v Identified Ilurke. ricking hi in
out of tifty-two men drawn up in a
l: i .1. - f ;i i! . -
lino iu me jnu yam in ine presence oi mo
Crown Attorney and Burke' attorney.
h ire instructions."
Chief Hubbard reniicd that the extra
dition piicrs for Burke were now eu
route and would be pushed lorward with
all speed pomible.
HI Version of the Blackburn-Chandlor
Affair In lb Committee-Boom.
Concohi), X. II., June 21. Senator Wni.
11 Chandler yesterday iwtucd to the lie-
publicans of New Hampshire, over his
own signature, the following statement re
garding his quarrel with fenutor Black-
bum in February last:
"Mr. Pullowav, dutlng hi character
istic speech nt tho caucus, saw fit to refer
to the affair between Senator Blackburn
and inywlf, which happened in tho room
of the Comiuit'ee on ludian Affair of tho
United Slates tenate on the 'IM of Feb-
ruary l.-ut. So long as misrepresentations
concerning this affair only served as mate
rial for assault's upon me by Democratic
ncwspaier, I have not cared to notice
theui, but sinco they have been repro
duced in tho republican Legislative cau
cus which ha nominated me for Senator,
I take occiuiion to dirpose of them. The
Bcpublicaus present have never given to
the press my statement of what actually
took place. The committee wai in session,
no potnon being preocnt except the II vo
member and tho clerk. A chairman
I was rending the draft of a re
port Senator Faulkner rcmurkod that he
thought I undertook, in a certain para
graph, to assert something which it had
been mutually agreed shoulJ not bo
claimed. I said that I diJ not think so,
nnd that I would read the clauno again.
Mr. Iliackburn vehemently intervened and
said that I was certainly violating tho un
derstanding, and that it would so upear if
I would read tho paragraph again, and
read it exactly as 1 did kdorc. 1 aked
bun what reason ho hud for intimating
that 1 woulil lalM-iy read the paragraph.
Ho replied Ihut ho thought ao because it
on l.l be liko my whole action in the cane,
and that he considered mo cnpablo of do
in anything to avrve partisan purpose.
Then ensued an angry eollotjuy, which I
cannot undertake to produce with accu
racy. 1 said th.il I rcentcd his imputa
tion, and he replied dellantly. At some
point ho made a charge of my ollkiul integ
rity, and 1 made mint bitter imputation
tion him. I do not rcmcmlcr the order of
sequence. Then be, muking somn threat ol
personal vilcnre(Idonot recall the words),
started around K nntor Faulkner, who was
besidu him, toward the end of the table
where I sat, with r-'enator Culloiu at my
right- I said that he did not dare to du
what he bid threatened. A became
around toward mo Mr. Faulkner inlcrnnacd.
aud Mr, Cullom arose and moved toward
and placed his hand on Mr. Iliackburn.
who at once stopped, and shortly resumed
his sest, snd Mr. Faulkner asked mo to go
on reading the report. I said ttiit U-lore
doing ao it in ut be decided whether the
busiiie was to bo again interrupted In
the same way. Mr. Blackburn, after somo
tslk, said that he would nut say one word
more duriug the session of the committee,
and that he would apologize to Metwra,
Cullom and l'latt, ami to Mr. Faulkner.
but not to mo. 1 be reading of the it-port
by me then proceeded.
"Tho whole affair occupied hardly more
than I minute. 1 remained seated in my
chair. 1 expected no personal violence,
and was subjected to none and to no ap
preciable indignity, save threatening
words and gestim-. I do not think that
I was In tho slightest degree excited, dis
turbed or apprv lien.ive. All accounts
which represent Mr. Iliackburn as pulling
my ear or dragging me Irotn my chair, or
hauling me unn-siating about the room, or
represent me a begging protection of the.
committee, or as iu any way deprecating
Mr. Itlarkburu' wrath are untrue. Hie
ebullition was more ludicrous than dan
gerous. Ol conree, 1 understand very
well thst some Ieruocrata wish to intimi
date nie, and failing in l list, to degrade
me. To do this it will be necessary for
them to adopt some more rlfectiv plan
than that UcvcloiN-d In the coiinuiiu-o-room
on tho 22d of February or the next
day and thereafter In the Iiemocratlc
newspapers, which gavo fictitious account
of what had taken place.
Ik Slsl'Mfsl Mai (arrrvt.
Lotisviur, Ky., Jutn 21. Senator
Iliackburn, when shown Senator Chan
dlcr'scurd this morning, stated to a Hmrt
reorter that Mr. Chandler's version was
not correct He declined to say anvth
further, and remarked that he would leave
to the three other henator who wiIiicmmmI
tho dilliculty to make a stnteuiunt, if lliey
Knrraaly .a4 lrals.
Mix.itKAroLia, Minn., Juno 21. Ml
Magvio Harrison, of Chicago, niece of
President Harrison, na.-rowty eacaped
drowning at Ike Minm tonka yesterday
afternoon through tho rspnislng of a bust
in gnlu. llio sailinrj p.irty wo com
posed of Mis Harrison, Mis Brucken
rldg1, of ft lxo: Mi Alice Nye, of
Inmtcll, O., and Mis I.illisn Hard. The
genlli'iucii were tteorge M. Hani, of this
cnv. Charlr H. f lard, of 1 nirsgo, and the
ow iter of thx yacht, Frank Nickels. The
party wero in the water an hour, and
wore nearly exhausted when rescued.
American Derby is Here at Last.
Spokane and Proctor Knott to Moot
Onoa Again and Others.
California Cracks Sorrento and Don
Jose to Bo in the Hunt
The Qusstlon of Supsrlorlty to Bo
8ottledat Washington Park.
No Excuse for Proctor Knott This Time,
With t Itzpatrlck on Ills Back Terra
Cott to Start at fibespa
The long talked of American Derby,
worth ?18,000 to tho winner, will bo run
today at Chicago with tho following field
of starters: Spokane, Sorrento, Proctor
Kuott, Don Jose, Once Again, Outbound,
Ilctricvc, Long Dance, 1.0 Premier and
Sportsman. Tho favorite in tho pool
rooms last night was Spokano at 2 to 1,
closely followed by Proctor Knott at & to
2, 0 to 1 each against Sorrento and Don
Jose, 10 to 1 Onco Again, nnd 20 to 1 each
Outbound, Iictrieve, Long Dance, J-o Pre
mier and Sportsman. Tna Aitkal in
cline to tho opinion that the ruco lies bo-
tween Spokane and Sorrento, and that
they will finish in that order.
Sorrento' last public performance was
at San Francisco, CuL, April 2a, 1SS.I,
where, in the 1'ucihc Ucrby, with us
pounds up. ho .ran second to the Cur.
one mile and ouu-half, in 2 3d, and was
only beaten a short head, li bo ran equal
that pertormance to lay, he will not be
far behind tho winner. It i given out
that he ha been specially prepared for the
race, aud Calilorma money will go ou him
in chunks. Another animal well thought
of is Don Jose, another California bred
flyer, who won tho lirand Challenge Foal
slakes nt St. Ixnils June U. Inditing Snorts-
mfiti 1 anPia 1l,vl.lu..n nn.l Villi! In t I 1
will! his mouth pulled wido open. He
nlso run second to The Csar, t Sun Fran
cisco by a neck, one in ilo and one-quarter,
in 2:loj. Sorrento wu ia the same race
nnd finished filth.
The race Is exciting great interest here.
nnd ail the local poolroom wero crowded
lust night At tho lurt auction pool
were sold, hpoxsuo bringing 70, rroctor
Kuott f-'i. Lion Jose and horrvnlo each f .1.
tho others nowhere. Tho Derby poolroom
was packed with people, and at tho -New-market
there was alno a Inrgn attendance.
"Who' your pick for the K-rhy?'' was the
quesliou thst pas.ied from lip to hp, and it
was easy to seo that rroctor Kuott had as
many Iriemls a Spokane, especially
among those who Inst on hi 111 before, and
hate to admit that their judgment was at
fault. His first defeat they attribute, to bad
riding, his second to uor form. With
1-iupatrtck up, they say, I roc'.or Knott
will show them all his heels. It lathis
clsss of people that fill the colfer of the
poolroouia. llio technical uumo for them
Kilev, who has twice piloted Fiwikauo tj
victory, will ride him again today. Dully
li.is the mount oil Sorrento and Winched
on Sun Jose. Murphy ride Once Again,
and Buruc will probably bo up 011 IO
The information from Chicago is that
Spokane is in first rate condition. A letter
was received day or two ag) f mm his
owner, Mr. Armstrong, reporting him to
lie In lino fettle, it he goes to the post
fit it I hard to see how ho ran lose.
Tho other events, both at Washington
Park and SheriMhcad Itiiv, oiler splendid
fields. At theeimhead I lay the great Terra
Cot la will meet lni vector II and Marauder
and retrieve In luaa of the Suburban.
The Western wond'-r will then doubtless
show tho Faklcrn crack how fast he can
go. The roco will bo watched with intense
Kansas Hjr Starrs-
Kniu Citv, Ma, Juno 21. Tixlov'
race were run over a track hoary from
yesterday' storm. The flehU were small
but the contests were excellent The re
sult were as follows:
First IUeo-Ono miio and seventy
yards. Th Klk 102, Froemsn, first;
Fntry 1U2, Davis, second, Luman 121,
Nicola, third. Timo-l.&71.
Second Itace Three-quarter f mils.
Jews Armstrong 108, Burkholdor, first;
Irene 101, Freeman, second; Shauuudulo,
101, Van Allen, third. Tiiue-1 2t
Thinl Itace-One and one-sixUenth
mile. Ilonnlo King lisi, Freeman, first;
Allurt Stull 100, vit, arcond; Kntry lUi,
Davis, third, lime 2.("'J.
lourlli Kare Kw alley handicap:
one and one-eighth milea. .Mudolin t'.',
Overton, first; Money Montgomery ll.",
f-.ikls, second, i 1 Uj, loung, l.nfd. limo
1-tltlt Usee Seven furlong, void lift.
Overton, first; l.uls Foster III, ThnmMon,
si-rond; Ilimanv-s, Mcliots, third, lime
Tho entries snd weight fur tomorrow'
event are aa follows:
Vlni hsre 1 hrs qnsrirr. of Kills. Srlrrl
K1111M vu, Amu li H. Isilly I in. I.irl. H
PrldirllEtri IU 11 tiki;, MlMl lsy Nt, Msiuls S
Srmni Wr-n ml' lllmsn l. rTiiisrhlll
risrkl i I nirr.n st, i hsiisiul n. T J Hu-k I'J.
Ililnl lls.s ll tiiilimiis I. H i. Jim ilo
tnvlin. Ul.s Hsml IIS. hiisiiiiiulsle 110, Al liss
srll IIS hf lh llu
rimrtb Ks-Srtr furlnnts. Virginia ir.. M.
Slinmi Hi), si AIIsiim luu, rsilw Ms)u lu, Al'wrt
Soill nil, I rtl. lt7.
I Iflh -- in. ami ntif rlihlh mll.s J. T "1,
knni- II. Thr I.Ik li'.'. U ins ll III Slou) II.Nil
rimrry 117, llililtrluhl lit.
RrUblM Hawh Users.
ItsiiiHTo Iis( ii, N. Y., June 21. The
track lodsy wu In fluo condition.
First Itace Five-eighth of a mite.
John Atsood won in l.Olj; Centura sec
ond, May (Jueou third.
Second Usee Thrro-qiiarter of a mile,
I-ong Jack won Inl lH; Pericles second,
Third Ilace -Three quarter of s mile.
Sonvrnir won In l;lij; Vaudcrgrifl sec
on I, Ocean third.
Fourth llaco-feven elghths Of a mile.
Titair won In 1:0, Leveller second,
Filth Baco One and oue-eliihth mile.
Dead brat between Tattler and Uouuie H
lor first in 1 '- J- O'ilw cond.
Slxih Ilace Ono mile. Itulls'.on wop in
1:41, Carnegie second, IVIham third.
Al afcrsas4 Mar.
Nkw Yosk, June 21. Following are the
entries for Saturday:
fim Km 1 krw )usrkrt wf a tails tat, llstsi-
ps, lVneni, Cmigrc. Fnintrnse, rai d IM: Prints,
Timothy, Tormentor, liurlhiytuu, mch III, Ki-vlsis
ll, Kaiiny J His.
(-wood Race Pcven-elxlittn ot a mils, flvpsy
Qiks'h 117. rhaiiiiMgue lluullr, Unillunt, Corlei,
riich IIV I II uo hock, I'srnev mMnmir, J. K. I Ho,
lilnslcr. Umir Jsek, llyprii'". H- n llsrriam. eseh
IU7: IMuliln l.M, Huuslilue, M.n,, KtvIs, Cools,
ai h In Kn-sim Yli. Modatuiir IIS, Ktoin'ni m
Tlilitl Ui-o Mile snd all tic lull, lliillaton 1-VI,
PcnclicUni- in, imnlMiriie ll:. I siiauis im, liner
wlek Ml. ki-in Wi, lird i'om ii. Iliuivsrmi
Kmirtli Knee Mile ami l.o'.f '1 rim t'olta
IriAvtnr U l.'J, Miosis 110. H. I1 B Hi. Itarrin. r
l(i Mnrsiuler HI, I'cowoep lis, Larvhiuoul lul,
lir.ir Pa'ti m.
Kiltli Hnir-Klvt-l(!htln ot mite. Torso, ft
Jnnea. ( liriMiH-akr, I syiira. ( I 1 1 r rrlee, hxlrs
li y. orilsuil, vat h ll. Uluamlnn ll llrunw siul
Kiiili llaor-Mlto and a quniter on turf. IVarrts
tor 1JX, llsn lochs I'AV Urn Kulglu l.'l. Un h
mom l.'.l, t'uiiirv X KIM Alteuipl I Id, mi in
Wixsl U.S. Klve ll.s, 8upjni.r 1H; I'inilem, Pun
trlilire. Unvntlold, eacU 11.', ml Luke, Julsil, KIrIu,
ieh III); I .eli.cn I IX
Ksevlsnil and -Irrra CVtt:i km ruotchot to run
ouv uillsaud a quarter tomcir.onr,
I h Auierlran livrbjr.
Ciiicaoo, 111., Juno 21. Tomorrow
probably 20,000 porsons will congregato nt
WiuJiiugton Park to witness tho sixth
renewal ot the raco for tho American
Derby. Tho starters contain no animal
of the excellence of last year's wiuner,
but never In the history of tho raco
havo as many good one faced tho starter
ns will be found in Spokane, Proctor Knott,
Onco Again, Dou Joes and Sorrento, any
of w hich by winning W omKI create no great
surpriso In tho turf world. Of tho other six
starters, lietrlcve may 1)3 said to havo
tba poorer chance as sho ha not been
shown to bo ot high cla-s, and carries a
thrtio pound penalty. Outbound never
having won a race got an allowance, ot
seven pounds, but most likely could not
win if carrying ninety pound. Sportsman
is a good enough horse of his class, but his
quality is not high, Ie Premier la a fust
but uncertain erfornier, and tho Mad ia
at least one-qunrtcr ol a milo too long
tor him. Why Mr. Bryant shirts Come-to-Taw
is a ptiulo, for ho cannot begin to
tniiku the p.tce, and laying off would
almost rcrtitiuly bo outrun at the finish,
tang Dance ia tho best outsider, it one
cares for a 10 to 1 shot
Tho following are tho entiles (or to
morrow: Vlr-t Usee One milt. Flrurla WV, Rotila Mnod
o. Man liuisllT. I. Inter Kisna 111
Hronml Xsiv Thn-o quarter is1 a mile. Kohln
IIihmI VU, Wmvrr l.'l, IVsn V ho, Mniiils lltinly
l Jsklo Tinna 111, ilu.ll-i. 3h. Von 1 rump 1.1
'Kurd Karw-Aiuorloati IhTlir Mile and lis It
Outbound III. I'rw lor Ku.ilt I IV, hrtiirvi-1 IS. or
renin lm Psmr ll m I'rvinkT IKOnot
AeAinll.t, isjuJiM l-l, builiuau Ul, hpukaue
'loimli Ritre-Oti olio. HI Kick 111, lien AU
W, VI Mie iuj. l ul m.imvau lit.
rlltli kaie KlteelKluha vf s snltr. fnllnr lis,
IWturo III, I'nttis imu III, Maid lllrlilsml l"N
AilM kite list. Ilii.pitirsa I (A ,rd Until lis, Nu.la
l'.PI-l.r iH-iH-is ius, rlaOli I us, Uic llj,tllp
liouy sss IU
rrabaal Vaiaaers Taxlsjr.
riPl Rai-e- Man lima, l lriria.
".i-wnd lliix' -IMm I", M1111U4 llnnlx.
Hunt lita-- .-i-'kaiir. Sunrnfa
f ourth 1 am -Kt Imikh-sii, Vkli-tte.
Illlli llsn Klli 11 UiiifUu Ulellr.
. AT Sllktl-sli:;in SAV.
rtrsl Itaerlti-elnn. Iliirlliitnii.
Hinnd kire-Vla.t-ioiis, lUnola.
Ulild llsrr IU IM lu llllr. IUIUi.
I'niirih l.s. l.nal. ll (.17 Isiwn,
Huh l,i---( vil rnl Cs ngs.
Miih Uses Ikrrt-it-r, l..a;
I asilos tin mm.
Ixnox, Juno 2L Tl rare lor the
Woikiughaiu stakes, handicap, thren
quarters of a mile, was won by Mr. li.
Cleveland's threo-ycar-ol 1 coll llret 1 1 arte.
The Duke of Portland' lour-year-old colt
Johnny Morgan was second, an J Mr. W,
J. I-cgli's tlve-year-old horso Veracity
Tlio race for the Hardwirke stake of
2,(kkl noven-ign, uiile and a hulf, waa won
by Mr. Huso's thn-e-vesr-old roll liulllver.
Mr. J. Oretton' colt Miguel was second.
snd Mr. iHiuglass B.ilnl' throe-ycar-old
coll l.nllnisiast third.
Tho raco for the Alexandria plate, of
!,() sovereigns sdd-d to sweepstake of
2- sovereign each, about thrr milp, was
won by Mr. viarren l In It no a four-
yeur-old colt Travlcs. Mr. J. K. Astley's
four-year-old colt Netheiavun was ecoud,
and 'Mr. J. II. Houldswoilh' lour-vcar-
old colt Arrandalo third.
Rsrrs at Asrat llraih.
IoioM, June 21. Al Ascot Heath to
day tho race for the Ascot High weight
plato of .TOO sovereign addid to handicap
sweepstuke of 15 Sovereigns each, one
milo and a nuarter, was won by Ixird
Fllesmeio' live rear old Felix; lrd
IIi.h.'i fi.li. I'nnr ..lil Mur1.ilf.il Mil. wn...l
and Mr. Noel Feuwick' thro year olj
1 art It.
Fh'i the time of hi first race op to the
r resent time, lionovan has won for the
luko ot Portland H'JJ.Oa which il the
largest amount ever Won by s race home.
Tub fields at Kiu.is City wero o poor
veslerday that Ilia Newiiiarkiit and Ilia
I urf do lined to biko bet on the raix-s.
The lH-rby, however, took all lol olfured.
IVenneltgoe all the gat
A rt'l.L and detailed description of th
Cbicsg't I erby will be received tislay by
win at tlio lcrhy, th ew market and the
Turf poolrooms, giving the positions of tho
horse at llio start and St every quarter
Tuiira month ago Power A Co., ot
Ihl city, oH-ncd s book on the Suburban
and xlcd 110 to 1 agniiikl lunvland. A
St liui man namedlsinovan took lloo
worth ol It Yesterday he drew tor tdjuuo
and tho draft was honored.
A Ciiicaoo AVnw reporter who visited
Washington Park last Wednesday, suvs
SMiksno table doer was locked and
neither love nor money could eruaiIo
It guardian to open it He says: "riK
kane, juat now, I entrusting on twelve
quart of onta snd all tho baled hay he
can devour in a day. A watchman stands
at liis stall night snd (lay to sue that no
one approaches him."
Dt also the recent Jerome Park meeting
Bookmaker T. J. tilcason Introdnod a new
feature: If made s hobk against time.
For exauiplo, in tho second rm-e be bet 0
galiiRt t that 1 r5 would not be Is-aten, 8
to 6 that the race would ho run in I :'" or
better, and 2 to 5 that It would le run In
slower time. The race was run in 1:.V,
nnd Mr. ( lesson maiU s gord llttlo tutu
on his timo book, whlch proved S Ipular
si heme. 1
I ;llil-e lunl Kara.
Nxw 1mm)x, Conn., Juno 21. The
eight-oared four mile ttmight-away race
between the Yule and l iiiv-rsity of Penn
sylvania crew wa rowed this evening
over the Thame Blver. an I was won by
Yale by s length and a half- Olllclal
timo-Vide, 23;.Vr; p,-nn. Ivani, 2J Vk
A still briTxo wa blovtini np tho river
against Ih crews, and ow r liin Unit three
unlet the water w a 411! to lough. The In
ter t In the rate ceutt iv I almost wholly
in the exhibition giyn ly Yule a a
means of jiid.'ing her hani' In th big
raco of next Friday against llurver-L Th
comment on the result a'T widely.
And the British-American Society.
That Organization Frotosts Against
Patrick Egan's Appointment
As Minister to Chill as an Insult tD
tho American Nation.
Tho Governor Donounoos tho Au
thors of the rrotost.
Ho Bay Patrick Egan Is an Honorable
and an Honored Clttsen, and
Charges That the Protest
Cmack of the Dork Ago.
LlNcot.N. Neb.. Juno 21 Tho f.dlowlnir
letter by Uov. Thuyer was made public
l.lNroi w, Kvh., June 17. 1AWI.
ToJolml ow, Prrrvtnrr of Hi Unuli Auiriuaii
Aaaocla.lnn, lkiuu, 41 mv;
Dear Sir 1 havo received a printed cir
cular signed by you, addressed to mo as
ISovornor, headed "A Protest," and ad
dressed to the members of the Britiah
American Association and fellow-citizens.
From this protest I quote tho following
language: "Our organisation holds ns ono
of its cardinal . principles the promo
tion ot pure and manly political action.
The appointment by the President nnd
continuation by tho Senate of tho United
States, of ono Patrick F.gan, of Nobruhku,
to tho position of Minister to Chili, is a
public act that culls for a reprobation aud
protests, insulting to the sense of decency
of all truo citixens, and a degradation ot
administrative Uitostnanstiip for the fol
"1. This Patrick Fnn I ono of those
whoso conduct is now under Investigation
by a special commission of Ilriliith judges
aa to participation iu what overy rivilujd
Stuto brand a a crime against lifo and
proerty, and if guilty should rocuivo con
"2, The position of Miuistcr toonoof tho
most advanced States ot South America
should bo filled by the best representative
ability tho Nation can afford, and not
Hindu a payment for party service to a
mere isililicul Arab; rsNH-ially is tin pat
ent when wo remember tho humiliating
circumstances of tho rebuke this Nation
received through a roiniuiNu'on npHiiuted
to tho satno country under tho adminis
tration of President 'Arthur.
' X This appointment is Inaultiug to the
nnlional dignity and uhilily of (ki,(SM,o.nJ
of people comprising tins great Iteputilic,
lor il virtually proclaims to the other
world that of all its sou to the manor born
and other wise, thero wa not to bo found
one among them woll qiihll d to rep
rusent this grcaUst American Nation in
I he progitMsiv Mate of i'li.li this fugi
tive In i:u Xui pesrerof Uritiali juslicn."
Wliy a dK-uiiiciit conluiiiing such sen
timent Should havo been addressed In
mo is beyond comprehension, fur 1 cer
tainly havo never given sny intimation ol
entertaining such views, and 1 could not
havo believed, Indole tlm receipt of this
protest, thai thero were iutilligciil t,ii
uwiking chiiiii to reHjiectabilily, who would
pris liuiu such atrocious sentiment. I'hey
sro insulting to every t iti.eii of the IU-pub-he,
they urn abhorrent to every seusn ol
justice aud fair play. They are degrading
to humanity nnd nro s dishoiior to the
country, and 1 dcuouiii-o theiu and
their author with tin measured in
dignation, and they should I mi
held up to public reprobation. Who
constituted you aud your astocinte judges
ol the motive and action of m -n't By
what authority do you arraign tho Presi
dent and Mcnutnof'ihe Dnited State lor
the appointment and combination of Pal
rick l.gan as Minister lo ChiliT Thank
(toil, they are not responsible for such In
tolurahly insolent biguts as you and your
associates Iisvo proven yourselves to be
by the languiign use in this circular. I
have known Patrick Fg;in ever since h
hs ateil iu tho rity of lanenln year ago.
llu has always proven himself lo Im an
upright snd houorablo man, a good cilist-n
In every resect You can no more tar
nlnh his reputation with your vilo slan
der than the loul bird of night can assail
Tovcutyur rage, and your venom at
Mr. I jigau'a apiOiiitinent you bave seised
the wessins ol s defeated, di-spise and
unprincipled slanderer, ye of s vilo Ixm
dou fishwife, and you call hhn hy oppro
brloua name, which lurt always Inrushes
evidence that tho party ndnglhem Is com
pletely worsted in siliHirt ol a bad cause,
You say Mr. Fgtin is a political Arab. 1
aay he 1 su honorable and honorod Amer
ican ritisen, and I lake pleasure iu re
lulndinH you that he la F.uvoy Fxlraordi
liary and Minister PleniMtentlary fifth
grout Iteptlhhr of the I 'lilted State to tho
lorumusl Itepublic id Smih America. You
say he 1 a lugilivej from the ower
ol British Just. iii. Oh, von mistake; you
should have written "I'.ntisli injustice."
You sny the conduct ol Patrick Kg in i
now under Investigation by a special com
mission ol llrillsh judgiw, a to wirticipa
tion in what every Mate brand as s crime
against lite ami projH-rty. Have you so
sin forgotten how completely and bow
overwhelmingly Patrick Fgau shattered
one ol the mod dastardly and damning
conspiracies to blacken his own and tho
good nsinn ol I'arnell tluit villainy ever
concocted, which exioiim sent uun of the
conspirator U death and led the other lo
the condemnation of the civilired world?
Th sentiment and toiio ul vour pro-ti-t
smack more ol the lmifon um
Inlliieni-rs, and ol tho dark ages, than of
the enlightened and liberal tendencies
toward dec government of the nineteenth
century. 1 doubt not If yon had lived in
those time tho rack, the torture and t lis
inqulnitlon would have iMs-n your instru-
n talilie lor speoding liberal principle
and securing home rulo. You designaUi
yourselves a member ol ths lintish
American Association. We are all Amer
ican people hero; we are no 'all and 'all
people. W rvsqiect ISritaln' people
wheu they respect thomwilve andolteerve
the very homely adage ol "minding one's
Plcace bear In mind that you nro living
In tho nineteenth century, under ths In
lluuuce of enlightened American civiliza
tion; In s country whore freedom ha been
proclaimed throughout the land and to all
the Inhabitants theieof; where the enjoy
ment, without dictation from any source,
of political and religious freedom I guar
anteed to all; where man I believed
to be innocent until he Is proven
guilty; where justice ran be relied upon,
gene'rslly, to lie Impartial, although Chi
cago' Coroner and a Coroner's Jurv spent
weeks in trying to fasten the murder of
Dr. Cronin upon AlexanderSullivan rather
than in trying to ascertain who la guilty of
tho awful crime nf his taking oil'; where a
man is not hounded and persecuted be
cause he seeks to obtain fivo speech and
homo rule for his native land.
1 respectfully advise you to find some
other culling than the circulation of the
protest to which 1 have adverted, liespect
lu'ly, John M. Tiiwi.u.
JACKSON'S URAUUD SCHOOLS.
Flattering Success of tbe Teacher aud
r's.vlal DUpate-li to Tlm Ais1.
J.u kson, Miss., Juno 21. The closing
pxercise ot tho Jackson City tirmled
School, under tho supervision of the spe
cially elllcienl priucipal, Prof. J. C. Urouks,
took placo nt tho spaclon Kchool building
last night. Over l.CKK) patrons mid friend
lissom bled to witness the entertaining pro
gram, nnd tilth was the interest therein
that they suflcrcd tho sweltering beat with
fortitude nnd with that i-nduranco that
naught but a decided interest in tho exer
cises could possibly have prompted.
Thero w ere numerous well selected songs
and choruses that wero rendered with od
mirablu ability and prollcieucv. There
wore sundry recitations by little girls and
Imys that evidenced lino training and that
would have done credit to those ot riper
years. Tho "Ten Little Indians" by ten
llttlo boys, the "Tauilourino Drill" by
twelvo young misses, the "Fan ltiM" by
twelve young misses, and tho "Dumb Bell
Drill" by ten young misses nnd the samo
number of young boys, wero performed
with exuuisitu grace.
Whilst this year has been anexerimeiit
in this school it ha already under It able
and clllcient mutisgement borne fruit of
marked nnd unmistakable siicccr. The
Jackson City graded school now stand ns
one of the bright Jewel in the ilindein of
our city; Its worth cannot lie told in words,
and tho good that it will bestow upon the
community in future cannot be foretold if
the trustees, priucipal and fuculty cauonly
receive the hearty and octlvo co-oH ratioi
of the patrons and citizens generally.
Over .Vkl pupils were enrolled hist session,
anil it is anticipated that there w ill bo an
Increase of al leaal 00 per cent, ul tho licM
(Ion. 8. D. Lee Withdraws From the Ou-
s'ItIaI plipatcli initio apis-sI.
Cot. rum-, Misi., Juno 21. (ien. S, D.
I.eo has withdraw u Iroin the Cult-runtorial
contest. This wu rumored here veslerday,
but wns not continued until Ibis tumping,
when a letter was leeched from the tieh
entl himselt on tho subject, inclosing a
communication addressed tohlm by Me-sis.
W. B. Montgomery, J. .. (ieorge, II. M.
Street and (ieorge II. Feels, members (
llio I'-i.i i I of Trilstee't, urging him to with
draw, and staling that in their opinion it
would ts a sertou Injury tu tlm Aiirtcttl
t ill ill snd Mrihiiulcul I'oliege to make anv
chaiiTo In it prcsidi ut al this time, and
asking mat lie lay sm.M any political as.
piratioiia be may have for the g'nl of tlm
Iu hi reply to the Trustees, lax ing aside
his political itMiimtiou ami wiilulrawiug
(loin tin) cam ,is, lien, bn) fuensiins fully
lip tu tin- stiindaid of llio p itnolic cltiu li,
tli US ciuibliiig hi frieiiiU who supporled
him to fit-l that they had made no mi 'take
In their choice. W hat the Mate l ei in n
lioveruiir it more than rcgtin in the pres
ident o( ono of it greatest ciliiciiliuii.il in
stitutions, Only 1br aiiilldsli-s In Ih I Irld.
HS- 1st lii.pstrli .i llie A'nslU
Jviksox, Mia., June 21. The with
drawal of lieu. S. D. U-4 (or (.ioveinur
lesves only three candidal) s In tho field,
Fx (luvcruor J. M. Stone, Col. J. I.
Cameron and (ien. W. S, IViitherston.
Stoiio'a Iricnd coiill lently claim hi nouil
li all' hi, but both I anierou and leather
sum are picking up vole, and thur i no
telling wlial coiuplicalioiit may niiso; but
a thing! now stand, a large iircpoiidi-tunco
ol npiiiioii is to tlieefkcl thai Nunc will
bo lionuu sled.
OBTT1NU DOWN TO UUHIMEBS.
Two Conslgnmsnt of Rail Htilppod
From Johnstown Hot Woatbor.
Joiimstowm, Pa., June 21. The weuthei
her3 is remni kubly (air aud pleusnnt today
and work ou tho w reckon has lat-n gen
erally resinned. About 2,0tk) lueu ate ut
work of the McKniglitHinu crowd, and
sliout .Vk) who have beeu ilisi barged are
walking about (ho place Hiking woik
fioiu some of (ho coulriicloi. Tho ait
tlioritii a havo n-fused lo (uruisli tian-jior-tation
(o (ho strikers who desire leaving
hern, and consequently but lew will leave.
The Cuiiibri.i Iron Compauv and the
i lander hleel Company sro today paving
their men lor the first tno weeks nf May.
Tlm Camliriii .Company's payroll aggre
gates 'i'i,'isl, and Hi" tisiihcr Company's
:l,un Of the 3,KX) emi.loye of the
l'iimhti.1 Co'iipinv, but :I,.Vn are now ut
work, snd ol tho l.:!nu foMnerly employe I
si the liaiitier works, but tk'ni sr rvxiite I
living. 'I he Ciitubru Conipany hsve
shipped two c iiisiniiii'iils ol rails tnuii il
iac; ured since the tlicaster,
A ss-cics ol Intra hit broken out
among tho H-npto here. The ailment
seems to bo contagious. On ni count ol
tlm hot weather today (he sutleiing 1
five bodies wero piiked lip near the
rsilmsd bridge this morning. John Kern,
ol llclli ("lite, wns picked up iu Cumbria
City, tins morning, ilungi rotisly hurt,
lie' i ulde to state tlml ho bad been
asxaulted nnd robla-d during the night.
He was sent to the hospllal. I'p to liuoll
tlurtien bodies have been found.
Ml(h-r 4rsllaN, '
F'lsl IM-psli b In Tbr Appast
lln r.A, Atk., Juno 21. A new co'oied
si IhhiI, conducted under tho SiP-plif ol
tho A iiiurlt Nil Misslonfliy Asxiatiun,
will In' iiinlililted for tho higher education
of (olorrd pupils. About twenty )csrs ago
a site for a school building for this put siao
was conveyed lo certain tlustccs of this
loan, sud they wero obligated to ace that
(he situ wa iim-iI for the purMsie designed
by the original donors, liin laud had la-en
ii-ed for the accommodation of colored
st liiHils off and on during the lust twenty
years, hut not a originally contemplated.
Sow tho MIalonarv Asioclatiou have
taken hold ol it aud havo luadu arrange
nieuls to enlarge and Improve the build
hi); and aflord better accommodation,
and to provide the most worthy of the
pupils with a higher education. A corpi o
teacher from abroad have been elietc.l.
J su I will U'giu work thij (all.
The Eevorend Divine Still Under Fira
A Number or Damazlng Depositions
All Having a Bad Effect on tho
Ills Meeting With tho Lato Hon.
Alex. U. Stephens.
A Love Letter Filled Wltb Million of
Kisses to HI Darllng-Hta
Curoor In Waltor
bjro. 8, C.
Bi'lat Pl.pateh to The Apimtl.
Ja ksom, Tenn., Juno 21. The Sheriff
opened court promptly ut &:I0 o'clock this
inorning. Piaintitl introduced the deposi
tion of J. T. Olive, member of the legisla
ture and a lawyer, of la xington, Gil Met
tho plaintilf tlicie, who went by the name
ot Frederick A. How lilt. Said ho was
born hi Ixmdoii; was a niciulier of the
High I hurch ot Fnglund; said be had
la-en a trial jnstico in South Carolina;
took Olive's llttlo boy iu hi lap; said he
onco had a little boy; il was now an angel.
Ho Introduced a woman who was with
him as his wife.
The deposition of a railroad section lie
of Bobbins, S. C, was resd. Said bo
knew a iiniu by the name of Frederick A.
Howlett; first saw him at liuhbiu, S, C.,
in l.'Ctl; boarded at hi house two uioiitlue,
roiiilt'cled himself as a nice, educated gen
tleman; did not know Ihut an intimacy ex
isted bclwccu him aud Ida silo. On
evening when he returned Irotn hi work
Howlett bad gone, nnd bis wilo had Med
with him, leaving two hlMe children ono
at tho point of death. Witness stated that
ho mid liia wife had lived happily together
up to that time, and useociutcd with the
lu st people. Witness beard that they had
gone to Augusta, ti., pursued them, and
said il he had overtaken them he would
hate killed Howlett. Witness said while
llowlt'lt hoarded si bis house he treated
him well aud gavo him the Ix'al Isjard he
iK'fendants introdiii-c I the depositions
i f J. A. 'I n 'ies, Cliiefof Police hi Augusta,
(a. Said he met I'rtdeiiik A. Ilualett
and .Mrs. Frown on the curs together,
knew Mr. I'.mwn lor many year. Sh
iutroduci-d lluwlclt to him as her bus
baud, said she had lift Mr. I'.town anl
in; Hied Howlett. Williei-s staled thst Ih
last b" l.ciird ul Howlett bo wits iu Jack
Lk KMitlon of b'ii hard (iuing, a lanter
of McDufly County, was read; Sdd
in I"'1 llowlilt came lo his houe iu com
pany wiih a woman whom he tl.iiiiirJ to
be hi wile, and ncked N-riuission to stay
nil night, llicy staved there sevei.il day;
culled the woman Willi him Mutt in, honey,
and lin y were very ull'ictioiiate. Alter
leinaiiiiug there ten days, llowli lt seat to
Ciawfoidvilla, lis., leaving the woman ut
I tiling's house, While bo wits gone, he
w into her the following letter, briuiltil of
love and ki-ws:
l.i ni.i. i v II tit, I ii.'i'i.nui. ;
is i..u r
M Putins Millie I atrltrd In n- -! flur au I
fi.flfislill l.t.sir.lid to Ilo- linn. Mil. n- f M
kimltl lrIi 'l tijr llisl ffriat ami tpi-l iimii,
ami- f H rlipluli- I wa linn lu. In lln- s,,l.
i iinf nl Ihl- ritiuil, sin n-ith- al likiiiati-n,
bImiiiI iNi-iilt-riclil mill-- llimi le-ri1, sua sli.i has
luail-' lur all i.rt. r In nil. r Ins liltu-r and .ra lira
ion llu n-. I Hunk I -lis I ilo mi. sud -hull a ait kir
tlml plrnt- In tlm hi. iruli a on l-ixl I iln mi l,rii
li.r llie linn- li-n si- rati hrtti a lllllr humr nf imr
nan, aii-l I tliilik that sill I mhiii l .tutii.ti la
Hirer mill Puis itir rsiir-Nid snd tir ituet
pia-v, I am l"l'l I aia sriiu.a Ihl, In ll'.- miii.s
ri. ill with lr st.'phi-iia I tens- In) itarlins liaa
t llllr wrll aiNltl I kinf In pv lull. In , urn n
inif. Ini im iurt yimrM'll mi a'tniliii..
will i)i Mr iM.lua imiii Imi.I mi
$t t lei-llir slid li-ir tn'd l.titi an. Nt tlu-rr la rul
Ini l li.r tint In w.na at wd. m nur liHa wl
1 li'Mii-..li. sii-l I ti'l II IN- llii-rv; illilti up ii tt I
will wnir )imi liien lalii,t,ii slid U I ini aiHiar
ths r-s'ill id in, not in tiisi ptner. If )ihi think
hi. luu inn m-ii'I M ths InaS'iKu and i imsj tuir
kii.lt. I wl-ll I linlai-lrtn Hint til put i ll. hill II
enlitinl l lli lrd, I w ill Ir, trt In lai. a mniII nf
ami l"f inn l-tk nut fi.r a k tti r nin. If I
aluiilld Is-Inrtlinla I llnuau In S' I n.ntli jr til wrnd
In )nii tn eniiir tn il. i' I wid liu in-.- It Iu a Ivtlrr Ut
Mr oi'iiia. a- Una "Ui- ia I h-t stii r.. tur te me
tiii'hili in lliwi. it. If lln ? . in) ailiirilx
ruviit tin r wort kuna i,il, Mmr- iuhmI hir ksT
tli pri'Mlil. III J llarlllia. tnllf linllij tlM,laili..
I . A. Il'.s 1 1 rr.
o.i iki mi no tl-n
The deisitlon nf Mr. Nf.tttio McCarty,
fortnerly Mrs. l'.rowu, wa t lien rend. Wit
pes said she wa then working In the
mill in Augusta, lis. Mie said that C. C.
i'.ioau wa no longer her liuahainl, be
chiisa aim ran sway with Mr. Howlett.
Hie said alio and Mr. itrown lived happily
li'gelher until Ilualett came therti lo
IhniiiI. She said she ran awsv with How
leil because sh loved him. He was smart
and hiiudsonie. She thought It was a
great thing tu be s lawyer'e wife. She
siid Howlett made her 'hclicvo that Mr.
Frown treated In r bad, and sometime
would cry because who slept with her hus
band; said ho told her that hi name wu
I redenek Atlry Ivburgvuo Howlttl; that
he lived In l-ointon, Fiigliiinl; that his
father lived there; lh.it be bud S brother
leMnition of C. II. Farmer, Walterbnro,
S. ('.: Said ha kuew Howlett alsuil
eightei ii niotilli. Ho taught school and
studied law. Hi reputation at Walter'siro
was by no me ins enviuble; hewstgen
entlly shnnned. While there he was s I.'.--I'lililican,
and he made no friends there,
llie law firm of William k Fox, now ex
tinct, regarded Howhitt while Iu Was lit
WullerlM.ro a smart young man, but
neither of them considered Howlett en ail
r'iil footing socially, and neither one of
them would permit hltu to visit their fam
ilies. CuiiM adjourned until It o'clock Mon
day morning, lo the ih light of Judge,
ultoriievs, jurors snd reporter, all of
whom sro about fugged out snd need rest.
tibials) a HrsirslMlas "!,
lvUI Pi.piti ll I 1 'It Ai;a it
BlTrit I bit k, Ark., June 21,-lfenry
M. Cooler, a agent lor Win. McKee, to
day obtained a teiuporaty restraining or
der (rom (be Chancery Court enjoining
the Stale Uml Commissioner from selling
ei-rtaln land lyin in Ashley, Cleveland,
Prodley, Cloike, Nevada. Columbia.
Drew mi l I'nion Countiea, laud reliiriied
ilehimnehl for non payment ot latea.
Tho lauds were ptteiited by the Slate to
the Mi- .iImiiI A Itvd ltlver liailruaJ
Cclt piny ill l."i