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MEMPHIS. TENN.. FRIDAY, APKIL 2G. 1SS9.
VOLT XLIX NO. 90
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Green and White GetjThoreAtLast.
Two Firsts and a Very Oloao Booond
Iu One Day.
Syntax Upsota the Pool Box In
Brown Prlnoess Asraln Proves Hor
eulf a First Class Raoa Horse.
Immense Attendance and Good Sport at
Montgomery Park: Yesterday
A Fplendld Card For
Today Turf Tips.
What a glorious day it was nt Iho trnck
yesterday! Tliu air was surcharged with
prone, tlio crowd wna tremendous, nnd llio
imiio of each raco uncertain. Verily lias
the Weather Clerk been good to the Club.
The temperature has been exquisitely de
lightful throughout tho week, there have
been no accident nnd all things havo
combined to u.tiko tho meeting ono of
most agreeable memory and gratifying re
suits. Tho only trouble about tho accom
modations for tho public is that tiicy aro
not commodious enough. What win largo
enough last year ha now cotno to bo too
small, though ono might well have
supposed, at tho outset of tho pres
ent meeting, that they were spacious
enough in .all roi.xon. There hua been
complete. demonstrHtinn of Tils' Aitlwl's
position that Memphis, stood jut right,
geographically, for a rneing point, Give
li tho horses, und wo wi'l provide tho
rlimnto nnd tho people. This year, tho
horses hnving been bought to tho post in
mnplu' niniiliiir, a splendid success has
beeu achieved us a mutter of course. Tho
ladies' portion of tho grand stand yester
day was a mam of brilliant color. Nearly
every seat was occupied by a woman.
Tho hook makers' pavilion was in a state
of diva ! fill crush the whole afternoon.
From tho eagerness ami tho number of tho
betters, ono might havo supposed thero
was money eiiouuh on tho ground to pave
tho track ill gold pieces. The upshot of
tho wholo matter is tliat tho people
of Memphis mi l vicinity nre quick to
patronize liberally enterprises designed for
their amiiHcmcnt when it is the right
thin?. Memphis is tho beat theatrical
town in tho country, as the pud two or
three seasons have shown, and now its
fame ns n racing renter has gono abroad.
Tlu-so conditions nro regarded at synony
mous with proierity and enterprise.
Only a community, tho p.'ople of w hich
were in tho main well-to-do, would con
tributo to a racing organization such sup
port as tho Memphis Jockoy Club is re
ceiving this week. Visiting turfmen have
.expressed their surprise. It argues a
full ptirso and a clear conscience
for man to throw business to
tho winds for an afternoon that
ho may go to tho track nnd lend his mind
to a decision of tho all-important question
whether or not the favorite is as good a
piny as short horsj with Panics up.
And why not? What's tho odds, so long
as yon aro thoroughly happy for a quarter
( an hour? Although wo havo thin fsr
had four days of excellent sport, the end
is not yet, as they say in tho piny, To
day's events aro quite ns attractive as
those of tiny day previous. If )ou haven't
gono to tho track yet, it is quite titno you
should. The Signal Service tells us that it
will bo "fair and warmer" today. That
means another taro afternoon. Go early
niul avoid tho riih.
The attendance yesterday was tho largest
ever seen on Memphis rare truck, fully
8,000 people being on the grounds. Tho
favorites won three out of live races, and
the bookmakers wore hit hard. In the
third race thero was a big- plunge on
Wrestler to win with IUey for a place, and
they came in In that order.
The first raco was "cinch." I'nite,
tho favorite, was backed down to three to
five en, and c ery body had a ticket on
Atisti for a placo at even money. I'nito
got away last, but in tho si retell pssxod
her leaders ono by ono, and leut Arihti
out a half length after a driving finish, to
Iho great delight of thesjKctators, who aro
partial (o the green and w hituof Corrignu's
In tho second ruro Kcevena and I.ltWrl
divided public fuvor nt odds ranging from
3 to 1 to 2 to I. Insolence also luij a fol
lowing, while the others were not noticed.
Syntax was neglected and somo of the
Ixx.kii gave as grxxl a 15 to 1 against,
w hilo others rated him ns an 8 or 10 to 1
chance, l.itliert was' never In tho race.
Inns II led nearly all tint way round but
quit In the stretchy and Syntax won by a
half length from Keevcnii, Lilbert third,
a length behind.
The third raco brought nut a number f
untried starters, allot whom were well
burked. Wrestler, on tho strength of his
New (tries us form, was mud favorite.
Corrigan's Iongfellnw colt Kilcy. a mag
nificent looking animal, was well backed
at 2 to 1 for plsce, ami pushed tl.o winner
so gamely that only a neck scparatod I ho in
at tho Uuirih. Tho next time llioy meet he
is likely to make a show of his victor.
The fourth raco was another plum fnr
tho talent. Drown l'rincef s was rh pub
lic choice, and was so heavily bucked that
the od I cl'od nt 3 to 0 on. 'Kermec for
place at 0 to 10, was also fancied. I (.un
let and ilight-lo-Sovon were 4 to 1 shots.
Drown I'linoca won with rediculous enso
by a half longth from Kermcsso second, a
length in front of Hamlet third.
Tho lifth race was In the nature of a sur
prise, although the winner on the strength
o( her performance on Monday, when sho
ran third to Lilbert (lvo-eiglilli in LUJ,
wot liberally lupportod for a place. Ma
cauley was the favorite, and Shecdy had a
lr don of fri
trtcn Js lor a place, l tie race w as
never in doubt Clara Moore jumped out
iu tho lead, wot never Headed, and won
cosily from Mncauley second, a head in
front of Husk third.
Tho mart wss Rood, Clay Stockton and
Allnhrcne slightly in advance, the otheis
well nt except Unite, who wis last, a
length behind. Ia this order they raced
into the upper turn, when Unite began to
move up, and, entering the stretch, passed
her Held, closely pursued by Aristi. After
a driving finish. Unite passed under tho
wire a length nnd a half in front of Aristi,
who was two lengths in advance of Kiuii
ni. Time 1:17.
In tho socaiiil race Irma II got oft" in tho
lend, hotly pursued by Syntax nnd I.itbeit
in tho order named. There was no clinngo
in their relative positions until thev en
tered tho stretch, when Irma II fell "bsck
nnd Koevena moved up. When weil
slraiglilenud out Syntax, Kcevena und
Lilbert drew away from the others, nnd
finished in that ordor, Syntax a half
length in front of Koevena, who was a
length in front of Lilbert third. Time
Morse got off lint, Armour nt his saddle
girths, hipped bv I'ow-W'ow, the others
well up. Uounding tho turn, Wrestler
challenged tho leaders and pawed them,
hotly pursued by lllarney Stone. Knter
ing tho stretch 'Morso ci'imo ngain with
Armour nt his heels, followed by Wrestler
running easily. Coming down tho stretch
Ihley snot out from tho ruck and mado
play for Wrestler, who had taken com
miind. Thou emmed one of tho best tin
IhIios of the meeting. At every jump
Kiley pined on tho leader nnd nimoht
nipped him under tho wire. Iu a few
moro juiui8 ho would huvo won surely.
As it was ho was barely bcjtcu by a neck.
Diarncy Ktono was tln'rd, two lengths in
tho roar. T.mo 0:o0j.
Eight to Seven, Kermesso nnd Drown
Princess were lirst oil u half length apart.
Uounding the turn Dumas took a pull on
KermesHo, and allowed Hamlet to pass
him, Eight to Seven still hud ing, Drown
l'riuces close up, well in baud. Enter
ing the stretch. Turul gave Drown Princjss
her head, and it w.is ull ovnr. The favor
ite won in a big gallop by a half length
from Kermesso, Hamlet third, a half
length iu tho rear. Timo 1:07.
Clara Moore, ns is her cusufn, rushed to
tho front at the start nnd soon had two
lengths the b -st of her followers. Sheedy
was second, Vivian last. Clara Mooie was
never bended, but coming down tho
stretch Durnes began riding M.icaulcy and
soon cullnrcd tho leader, i'hen ensued n
fighting liuixli, lkirues straining every
nerve to lift his mount under iho wire
Hist, but Clara responded gamely to l)j
ling's call and won by a halt length from
Maun ley, who barely boat KuA lor tho
placo by a head. Time 1: 17J.
Mt'tniihla J(irk.)i t'luli niirlns mvrlii(, Vnntznm
crjr I'nrk, M.-ui 1. J -m.. I.Mirth ilnv, l unrlv.
April i. M.. W.iitli. r liilr. Irm X ln.'u oil. ii.mm,-
JikIi''. Jiilm iiv.tIimi, Jr., Oi-.ir.-o Arn.. l
14nimi.IOii.-lll. TtiniT'. V. II. Wll.luiii-i.ri mi'l
Will-, ij. TimnwnJ. ol I inli-1!. k. IK-rk ol Cotire,
K r-t kill. bU4ri..-r. J. o. MivruluD.
MUST AA.-li W. t l:ll Utlll'l IHK.
Purw ran. trf whl h JO to mnn anl to
ttilr l. Korall i.!-a. Mnhlrua nl,ow-l J Um. 1 hn-v-.(tlnrlrn..
I. lorrlL-nn b m.. I'nllo, 5 jr. o.,tr lnicfi'Mow
ItrllvKlllslil. till .'. "...kll.y
W. J. W.1. n. r I., c. Arl-li. 4 y. u., by Ari.o l.
Marj- Wnin'n.l.'l .lt-tl..li 1
MmilulM r-'jil.;.- b. (., iiliuliil, A )r. n.. I.f K.-.I
IK.y m!K lu....... ..Moimki.uu 3
Allnlirvne )0. ( lay Siu-kluu llil. Hob TOotna lla
al'i r .iu
1Uo It- itliia-l nlic 1 in r. mr.ilijhi, no r.l- tm
lliu. lay Mm-kl-m .' to I lriilii. rven lor i aT.
illiiilnl a lo I irnl- IK. 3 to I i.luiv. An.c I i i I
ir.ilflil. tvi'O (or .mo. AI!.-.lnoin' r. I.i i .lr 0'liU
.1 to I iUu-9. Jiou I bomaa M lo I lrUht, Iu ,o I
I-KXD RACK I. aWCI.MlM I'O. ft KKS.
I"nr-v I'.'al.ol m lilrh IV) lo von.l an1 ." lo Ihlr I.
Yt all ..-. 1 lit wlnin r lo I imiI.I al Miiiiion lor
II. to; I )iiih1 ailoot'il loim-H Sluo I. . .1 .n w
; llirn a aoni'U allimnl lof racli luv kn
low it lo .hi. Hue inllu.
il. T. lnri.liof'ai'b. b. t-jnltx. sk1. by Ft Mar.
lii.IM.ir.iinp. Ill Mranrl I
K. r. Iii-.ra rli. (. Ki'tn'iia, X by Kn.Mirr-
i'll'i-ini', 07 H.iriM'4 1
T. klli ) b. f. l.lllH'it, .'. by l.tik. lilarki.urri-
lart. lid .KII.-y I
Ililrria !n, VlRrtnUt loi. Irma II 101, Ii)tolt-n
to. Htoripy Mi.tiu.M.irry lT, al-n nil.
lb. lk-tiliii( K'r.-iia. 14Ui.V Iratabt. rrrn lor
1miv: l.itlM-rt, to I tralai(,4 lo ' ulaiin Iii.iU.ihv.
-Ill t'.ra'Kb:. t to " I'll'-. Irmt II, In lo I alixi.-lil.
3 lo I .la: r: Hiniaa, lo to I ntnlalii. 4 to I .U;
rlMii..y M'.u'ieniH'rv. w lo I kiuiabt. Ii. In I i.Uui;
lli'l.-iii, lo I Iniiulit, JI lo 1 JjUi.o; Vltlmu, jj
lo I nt.lil. At lo I .lcfl.
Till III) RACK OAarOM IIOTKI. STAKKS.
Fortwn-)Milil r.ill: anlramv loammiany
tin nomination, wall 4.C. a.l.lilioiml lo Mam . 1)
...il. of ulili-h (Ii V loMminl alt.l t lot hint in
rarry lie foiiitl: wlnnrra of a awitai-lako lo
cirr) .1 iiuml etira. lour furious.
K. tr!Kh rli. a. W roller, by llminblr flnll-
huii. Hi? ..lirrhanly I
K. I orrliran a b. r. Kilry, by IMislellovi
wva. lie.. - It I -oii i
JJa. k l.u.l .n ii-b. c UlariK) Murw.li) lllarncy-
roinet, 110 ......O.crlou 3
I lino o
Armour lo:, I'o r Uuw 110, hurl 110. Moras tin,
Hi. Kv'lliif VJ'rMtto In S atnlirbl. no .1an
la'tlltia. Ni-Mvll.n'a rltlrv. Mol- Ali't Hurt, lo I
alrmlalil. I to'if.la: llllci a lo I alrolaM, t lo I
iilatv; tllarn-y h.tri. a lo I aiMlvlil. 2 b I l.lao:
V,,w Wow to I airaliibl, I lo I yv. Armour a Iu
1 alraltflit, t lo i .la-.
101 STII RACE J. S. VKMiSX C(
I'rtra" I :V, nf shli-li 'tl to aoronit, llaiullr-ai,
d In., on. an. I an abhlli.
la-vcray. k Htabk-'a br f. Iir.nn rrincra". by
rriurv riiarlie Xnnni. Ilia, k, iw lan.l I
It 'I u. kcr irli. t kuriM", l.y Alariu Wxlti hi
M - lUrtM-a t
O rolt'a br. c. Ilaiiikl, by lUf-nl NaimlS
llutlou, tun .. IUi.au ui 3
1 inif-l :
Klcht lv"irn (Ui alw r.io.
1 ! Ik liina -llmwn I'rhi.... to t Iralirlil, no
I'Iac-: krri.HMW-a. S lo I airalirht. 4 hi h plai
lnn.lH 4 lo I atmUM. S to 6 Iium: Klgtil to rw t n,
lo I lrl,lil. ax il I'Uxc.
iirrn rack n. l.ostXHTHM e silos.
SKI. I.I Ml.
rnrao nf tilt h tT.Mo auronl and fn to
Ihlr.l Snal Wrlubi fur . All. man-.: lo
I..IIH.U ;..r h lea) bi II i. lour .tin. la l..rn. h
iti'ioe-!. Itb-ti non wtnnrra at Ilia m-'tlus.
two jHMin.1 fnrrat li lima la-ainn Hli lurlona.
K (orrlaan a b. f. I lara Muonv 4. by I. W. S..r-
..n lr.il.illa, 0" Ix-Uiu 1
W. O. K. .ill) i h t. Maiaulry. J, by Imko Mon
tnr-lk.il M, .i.1 lu.ru.aj
L. 1 ii II a b. c. T. T. Huak, by lktlllc lt.mil i,
M ... .1. J raut li 1
T.ino-i : "
Calal I na tffl. IVvr IoI.to Iu4. I f-ran 0, Vivian
III. !.-.) .. It 1 in. Vol I 110, l al Singly 111, and
IliS hroan Jus ll'i. alao ran.
Ik-IOna-l bin Moirn s bi I itral.'lit. I to 1 r1ar.
Mn.-iHl.-r rvi-ti. no .arp l atalluu to I lrnll.l,
Ibil plaro. Iirwr I jIu" S lo I airaU'hi, i Ui i
filar. I."tnan 1 1 lo 4 tralahl, t In I pin.. Ikt.t
.ii k II lo I Iralk'bi. t to I I'la.-r. 'a hlm-.y 4 in I
atralitlil.ovrni.liea. Vi..-I 13 in I alrimlil, 1 In I
I'laro, Ills lirowo in Wbi 1 tiralghl, Al lu I pla
A Prmlala 'aral For Tvtlsjr.
There wilt be hot work at the track to
day as may be gathered from the follow
riRST RACE M. J. BI.KSalXO rt'ltSE.
rurarlo), of whlrh t7t tn tmmil anil .1 io
thlr.l. for Iwn yrairol.la. N't alli.wan.-r. M kt
Inu.-ri bsrraal. Mstut-ns sllowvd s II Hva
clibllia V.r II. Wllllamaon s cb, I, Lans Ran, lT Kins
mn Una ollaar - 1 to
T. M. IWrry'a b. -, hllas, by Unwl Tom Jauit
Norlou - I0
C.i A. Inikaa' br. I., Armtin, by Arloll.lt- Mala. 110
J.M Droq4l u'a rli. I., Uyrlls J. by Luks
fUrlcr.iirii VanlltS M )0
IV II a Tluibonsko br. I., lUue Veil, by billet-
A.M. N.um A I'o. 'a br l Mlaa Ik lLby I'rluia
Iharllr l.'nnnt l'.O
W. I'. Maiwrll a rh c, I'rliicc Kouao, by I'rlncs
tbar'.la May WilaeB .... Ill
CIXKRA('K ROMItaT LOCK WOO 0 SCI.I.INU.
Inne t:iO. t.t wl.lih lJ to aorotnl avt I I Ii
thlnl. 1 i t s'oiirr l . U-ao'.l at aoiil.ui f-irll.jiaa.
2 Iba. allvuvil lor tavb IliM kua iIumu to .w, UitB
vf"r,';,B'' '' a-'wu 10 UM. mrwai-lahilia.
Win. Miilko a br. f.,:l y. o., riiniikful, by l.ti.-i-frrlt
KPn" ,'' a' ' - Tlioi'iiss X 'litiii'liVby' ii.ii
tte Ikinlls p9
Bell riinlH'rlakM'a ch. "f'.V'a yi'ai'MiiihiiVu.Ty
Illn.bHi-Mary II DO
a'.lo'B b. f., 4 y. o., llatllc l, by'iiyder AlT-
Nol I io Want 95
Tboa. O II.ua rli. K . ak'vU, l.orU l.nikiuVr,"iiy
Ixinl llj ronHwlliH.l 97
E. V. Knii.aey's Ii. y. o.. Ittsl liy'r'trs"
ctiinn l.ipwliiji J03
t'hh-kiiaaw Stable'a rli. s . .1 y. iv, I 'hV.'kaa!'w."by
lliiailrrinanir-MiTry Wvnur i(x)
V. II. lVltlnplira b. g. una I, lUl MnvslyV by
I'. I orrliran'a Kr. h 6 y. o., Tom N li'iioU,' i.'y
Ten IvMivk-Arthllla tfti
Win. MiiinlKan'a b b.. 4 -. o., Ilrl.lccllitlii', by -
lir.nn.ll. r ll.nii()liii( tiirl
Piir.cv A llnrna a rh. Ii., fi -. o.. Caalilrr, by j"
W. Noriuti-tnrruiH'y u
TII I III) It.lCI
CIIICKANAW- Cl.l'll STVkKS
A .1.111.1., ..1 .. r... 11..., 1 1 .' .
- .HHV-..V1. -..i oii'i u;unri.
- M wi.-lll.l.lll.lll, , N.lilMIOII II IO
Curt. S. l H-I.I 'J. 01 Willi 11 II. a) lo M-iMtiil, mill 11
to ihlr I. W itinrr i.i In ail I hi uuitioi liri..i.m.
tinliwi viilcniil 10 Ii n.l.t for Iiho.. u Ii-ii the -llln
.ri.v ali.ul Iw kUi'i-.l ihro.ili In.. ciiir lix nl lint
n-iml hour f .r t'l ltn.u i.f itu- i-iittlc lliudar
n-vioiia lo ihr mn.. Il 1 1 !n ...I.I or ii oki, to hu
niliia.-d .1 kiiiiii1 Ii lor ai.ian, alrmnl IU oiin.l;
Il for t.MM. allowcl I. H,ui.t. fo 1. ,ui..l il
lowwt foretell Inn k-.ail.ittn loll. dm, uhlrli ilu.ll
Ii- Hie l.is-r-,1 M-llltif iir.li. 1i.mIi n hor-.Ti n..l
llalill- lo Ik- clulmrit. i W I Willi 4.'lall1aM'ri.lolia.
... 1 in.- uii-iiiuniiiii; a. a.l.lltloll 11 to
.... ... ... v.h.iu. ... . (.m- i. 11 11 1.. p..a--..t
Wlll.l.l'u I.I- ... A , .. I. I... Vll..'.
Ail.lir iirrrn fjj
.' iTH'yek Hinl.leab. K . 4 ). o., Tu.bir, by
U.K. Ill ll'l llhl lx.nu.in.. A.
Im k bi.i.l.in i b. c, 4 '. u., I.'oiiu.iy, liyijiiitr-
, . i -. ..i.irt MM ia.1
w-lalt'a rb. u.. u.. Itniil runt l.v ..-... Iil.rili.
AiitltnrtMa m 110
T. M. Ik.rry'a rli. Ii.. a., hn.l.m'f, by l.n.nlrvr-
An ilytio loj
W. O. N-iilly'a b. 111.. 6 y. o. Ui.liv Witil, by
W'uuitrrvr UiiiuluH 110
KOI IITII IIAl'K R. J. SKMMKS CO,
I'lirat' ". ot " lili-li IHHI In Mi oii.l ami I O to
Hunt. A five lininlirne of I'.rirh II mil il.vl.iml
out Cniiira el. . 011 Me I i w.1 tv, April -.'I. at
trout hour. ttrlKlil" lo op-r l . ut., l liilrl.iv.
Ihr .' .Hi, ami ihvl ir.illoua anina tiny al uiilnl bo.ir
ofrloalas. lino III. In.
W J. W bl.oi.T'a h. Il , 4 y. o., Aril by Arlatl-ili'-M.rv
K. V. Kaiii.-)'a Ur , y. o., Ikib Ion) the by
ll'rtriiiii-1, izle i.ini 115
l;crr. k Miblr'a br. t . I y. o., Itniwu I'rln-
T. M. Herry'a b. U., o y. n . W'nlto N i-J by i.Vi
ia i.y rntir 1 nirilii -antn lilt-k. HkJ
KlfTII niCK-KKIb KITITtt Pt'llat:.
runapriio. of ahl.-it in Hi-,in, an. I to
Hurl. 1 or innlili-u tlin-v jt-ar ul la Tbive .tiur
Irm. 34. T. Harinbi-r a rh. f., S y. n., twn llicirt. Iiy
roniiurmr IVvtonla liirrr 117
W. A. Vairv b. I, Sr. n. Mjy , ,y l' j.
lny l.llo H1II1I 17
IVvrmyrk Htnl.la a b f., 3 y. o., Ite-l.-lio, I.y
(i It-tii-lc-Ki-tiiilria m ....m 117
II. Ik.iiaVa 111 rj., a y. u, u-u llarrliajii, i.y
llnimb.r tMili.l.-nii ll!
l. Wal... aU a . .. y. o., Hon. J.ili.i II, by l.u
r Irr (.itiirrr l'ni J19
Win. Mulki-y'a br. ., y. o., I. 'n uilrr. by Lu
rlf.T (icl.l. ii ll.a-r
Win. Mr". nun a l r. r.. r. ,. Tnr Imjci iiy Mr!
Tit kl. k or lloadfi-r dlt nnirne la
AllTtOS fOOI.Sl.ASr MllllT.
The following Kols wen sold last night
by Ira I- llri.lo at tlio I'ealarly lintel:
-Viral R..rrMIa llrtlr 10, lllb t hlue Vvll .
Myrtle J ., flvlil It.
Nxiiinl llaiv Ma.tolin ll l ord (irnat rtior l',
IM Mii-roV i, T. J. kuak 1 1, I t-l lni .. t:,., iai.
Thinl liinv-liiiliirrr l'. Ivnikrupl m, luilor
frj, liltlr Wnll jiy in.ia II 11 1. t onie.lt II.
loiirllt Itrt.- Union Prl.Htaa I. i, Unit.. Noaa
III. Atl-ll til, ll-.b I..r-. the a.
I'lftlt Kiwi-- I I'ri-iiil. r tin. IVn llnrrlaoo V. Ittf.
I. bo In ik'l.l 17.
Iliollllll I HINtl lix Ton AT.
Viral Ita.-e-lllii.. Veil Drat. M rt1r J a,a.,n..
K. mn. I llaiv-lu....l-i tlr-t. ('.ittir Ii .-.-.. 11. 1.
Ihir.l llan : .tikriipi llrvt. 'I ul..r n.n.1.
KoiirlU lUn llroan III1111-4 Ural, ttlnu? Nnaa
llllli r.ay-r lle-Keho flr-U May W a.ion t.
Ivy fly Knr roaipanrl.
Wasiiixhtox, April 23. Today's r.uvs
of tho Nation il Jo. key Club hnvo boen
tmstiMjned 1111.1l tomorrow on account of
I.itiii.ut pulletl up lame yesterday.
A smaiit man from New York put $'200
uu .-ynini ytwieniav al l lo I,
What's the matter with thogretii nnd
white sash? They're all rtjjht.
"Tr lir Tories" t.alnvwill contain tho
New York .Vur'i tips oil Wadiington nnd
Ilrnc's a sure tip for yon. Copper
Jock Dinsoin's inounis and tilay ilaruus
open. IUiisoiii couldn't win oil btii.le
"Tfiiy ToHi-s" yeaterday named Clara
Moore to win the lit its rsee, Mscauley
second. They cniii'i in jilat that way.
Clara Moore paid ID to I atiaight.
Jos li i.ma, of K m-Ii tt Co., bus a mind
of his own, slid doean't cure lunch what
others do, but he is one in a hundred, but
even ho gets left occaaionally as all aiuait
It's about tune that the favorite green
ami while sash ot tho Corrigan atal.ht
ahowed in front. Will they do it lodav?
f ArrsAt, Tliursilnv.J You bet they did.
I'nilu Int. Clara Mooru 1st, ltilcy 2d.
Tiik Apitai.'s tips yesterday were re
markably siicci-aafitl. I'nito was named
fur a til nee In the II rat roceaud got it. Keo
Veeus was numed for a winner and rs:no
s.'Cond. For the third rare Tiik AppsiL
tipped Wclialer lirst and Kiiey m-ciihI, and
they came in just that way. Kur the fourth
nu-s I iik An-KAi. namoil Drown I'rcmier
lirst ami Kermes-e seconl, and they cams
tliHtwsy. 'ins A pis a 1. did not tip tho
tilth race, becsuae the entries bail nut
rlovd when the pnwr went to itcmm. Ihe
Did Itolishle is stili on deck. Now Is tho
time to sulsK-nlie.
Tiiic sttendntice yeatenlny deinotisl rates
tlmt Memphis is tltilinetl to be the uri'iit
rsrlng center of tho fiutli nnd West. Tulk
about your l.tiiavilh-a and Lexington,
there is moro money bet In a singlo tlaytm
tho Memphis truck than throughout the
liexington meeting. '1 lie iH'lting was so
biiikyiftor.luy lliul the book uiakeis turned
im their notes at an) thing leas than J.'si.
llsn ciiterpriaing man will go outside tho
fence anil oirn up a one-dollar book, tho
colored K)puliitiiin will turn out en
msaso to pntronim hi in. The Is'tllng pa
vilion is sixteen feet wider than it wus last
yrur, but oven at that is too small to ac
commodate the public. If tho meeting
continues to bo ss turi-cstful s it bss lieen
the past four days, tho Imtting tiarters
will lisve to bo widened 100 feel moru.
Tiik more you know nliut horses the
less likely von are to win. Too much in
formation is futsl. The smartest men on
the turf never have a rent, Iho book
makers sra pretty sharp fellows, yet whnt
saws thev tnske of themselves eonie
limes. Yesterday's fifth raco Is an in
stance, (.'lara Monro was in it and started
in the betting at 10 to I In spile ollie fact
that sho showed moro speed last year than
nny horao in the ran.. At Yvrst Hula
Dark ISeptcudier .7 Inst, with 03 pounds
up, sho won two straight heats in l l ") and
1:15,. The other day. Monday, Aprils.',
Clara Moore, with W xund tip, ran
third to Lilbert, live-eighths in 1;0X bhu
led all tho way Into the stretch and
showed msryellous SMd, and yet the
smart penalers g.ivo as go.xl as I'l to 1
against bur yutlrrdsy, all of which
gsl to show thsl a g.XMl mem
ory ami a lilllo boiao seme
does not hurt on a race track,
and thol Iho slit k schemer who iniiges
horse by the amount of money plnc.il on
liim by honwuieo Is not as well equipped
for bis business as he thinks he Is. Thfl
aversge Usikirskrr is a parrot. Ho re
Heels tho opinions of his confrere, He
wuiclies ail tin! other boards und regulates
bis 0.1 Js accordingly.
LIFE AT GUTllltlli
Provisions At a Very High Premium.
Broad la 80 Boaroe That Craokora
Soil For $1.60 a Pound.
The Blockade of Freight Tralua De
lays Li o'b Ncccs-.ltlos.
Reporta of Fatal Eneountora Come
Thick aud Fddt From All Tolata.
A Tonnsssee Uan Murdered Noar Pur
cell Chaos Belgns Tliroughout
Oklahoma and tn Adjoining Terri
toryPrivations and Butrtirlnir.
Kansas Citv, Mo., April 25. A Hfr
stecial from Ciuthrio, via rail to Arkansas
City, says: Tho facilities for getting news
hero are no better than two days ngo. All
matter has to bo sent by lu.'saenger to Ar
kansas City, nnd as thy best lituj from
hero there is eight hoiux iwm is ueccAiar
iiy that much htte. Them is lit t la outside
of incidents. Tho corps of surveyor was
yesterday iucroasod to four, aud work wns
begun iu the atternotin. All atteniion is
puid to this work, as on ll depends overy
lot owner's claim. No attention has been
paid lo proposed st roots, a man without a
lot pitching his tent nnyw here, proposed
street or lot, trusting the survey will givo
him something. Drovi-iions continue
scarce. Ono man yesterday sold forty
barrels of bread, 5 cont loaves sidling for
13 cents, or two fornqusrtcr. Tho supply
ran out, and w hen the k ip!o were willing
to pay the exorbitant price it could not
be hud ut nil. Crackers found a Madysnlo
nt $1.60 per pound. A grocer announced
that he had given $"0 fjr Iho privilego of
breaking open the enr which c.intiiiiicd his
stiH'k. lie soin mad-- it up. Tho
incoiivcniciKv caused by the bbick
ado of freight here is beyond com
pulation. It gets worse 'instead of
Is ttor. Tlio freight, express nnd b-iggago
incrcate willi each train, and a lack of
help pievciils a prompt distribution. Tho
waier question couiiuues a serious one.
Dcfuro tho end of the week Wells will be
sunk. lepito Iho tact that every tram
takes out l.ir ntimb.'is ot diss.iliatted set
tlers, every tram brings in as many more,
so then is little chung!) in the actual num
ber hero. Tho lot tii.tinn con ti nuns the
ull-iniKiitant one. Ilia class of men w ho
were 011 Iho ground before Iho hour of
opening, and who are standing together,
will bo hard lo nut from their lots, but
the peoplo uro de'.eruiiiiiHl. riling con-tiuti.-a
alow. It has ncvur reached 1 00 any
day. The order here is phenomenal. No
whmky is to lie bought. A geiitleinm
wlioii now specululiug in lois lias thu
l.romUo of the suuncv of ouo ltatorn
brewery for the eutiie 1 vmlory, and bo is
banking on great profits. ( 'iho sun is very
hot, mid w here the sod h: been spadod or
pluwrd up lite soil is mealy ami blows in
every dim I ion. rrmiiineut rilu-lis aro
dirty, nnd tho srsrclty ol wnti-r proven Is
clvanhnrss. Citixena' ineetink-s uro
held thr.-o limes hT dsv. Chairman
Constantino is so Iiiiuisa' lie en hardly
SH-nk. Tho deiiiiiiuls of Iho peoplo in
(iuthrie fur railroad aervlce to gl out nro
Bit ituiuhiliii. nn I arc bn- iinimr so urgent
t lint I roil I. le is feared. The rolliaion north
of htewart, rsuai'd by an oM-r.itor's ctiro-lc-ani
aa, has made tho Kintil Ko very rail
lion. Iho wni'k, from arrountsof rye-wiliienaa-s,
is iiiiicIi worse than was report
ed. Doth engines are terribly sin lalu-d up
and two lull ears of cattle got away and
wcro but m win tunis-r lsnl. Jiielnill
milt of track buiit nnnnid the wre k is
still llacd. Tho r Kirted otimU-r of set
tiers in tho Cherokee strip is ckag-rnted.
Only a few uro laiiii'ing not more than a
day iu a place. Il will lake Cupt. Hares
lmt a slmrl time to clear llin strip, the
dc msnd (or its opening, however, is pre-s-liV,
an l it is thu belief this year will wit
lie Its settlement.
falsi Inraaalrra !- Pooiaiars.
1 1 hi ti l, I. T., April 2V Deports ot
fatal encounters between iMMimer come
thick and fuat, I'rohalily the worst raa
is that of a man named Omit, who reached
I'urecll yeaU-rdny and gives the particulars
of a bloody ufTray wlihJi took plai-e near
hero. Accomjiani.'d by a fiii nd named
Croasmaii, lie said, he bad tn.ide for tho
creek, where both had located claims
k Ii Icli bad eiubmced s.)iii iiiaguillcent
limber a joining tho H.inia I'o Itosd. They
bad taken advautaga of I he temporary ab-
aeiice of tho troos from one of the fortling
plan s snd cruttaed in a. I van. t,f the main
colunin; that when tho a11.01.1l wss given
they were probably a iihIu beyond the
river. They rode at a iraH-ip the entiro
distance, and rumo upo'i tlio thxlled
ground just as a man broke from tho tim
ber willi a bstt het In his bund und planted
a stake on one of tho claims. The man
then quietly mounted bis le.no snd waited
for the ftiends to approach.
"Hither tot ahead of o, dldu't I,
boya?" ho asked.
he tone and the nrnntitpnn) ing leer ex
cited CroaAiiicii lieyond iiienure, and ho
drew bis revolver nod firnl nt t heal ran lit.
Tho bullet went wide, aud 1 i man, with
out an Inalunt's beatul.on, burled bis
hatcliet at CroMtuisii. The bludi airiit k him
full In tho forehead and he fell dead ill bis
tracks. Mart led ut w last hit I. n. I done tho
Strang r started lo tiiic aw.iy, but Or.iut
f lulled a fun, ami nt tlm Miond shot
irotiglit him down, 'ilie stranger fell In
the edgo of tho timber su I ui.inuged to get
Tfie innrdcred man wns from Tennessee
and had lived ill Iho oulakiila nf I'un vll
several mniiths walling lo 1 nt. r his clsim,
which he bad stnkel ut pteiiotis to thu
l'reaiilenl's iroclumstin. Or. ml snid be
bad no further use for a claim which bad
broil baptised iu blood, snd it will proba
bly lio pro einpted by 1-omcbody ignor
ant of tho story.
I ka llolKMa l.arrj wltrs.
Arkansas Citv, Kss., Aprd 2V Chaog
r-igns, not only in Oklulim. but In the
enliro tributary country. ih r ii Iron. I is
prostrated, commiinioi;i air nntirely
culoiT. The Western I u . 'll"
crush of trsiu ilisttiitchlii nl '"( I- m il
meaaago of nny oilier c'i.iia,,',r Ii Iho
tenitory, Ihoiigh tho fi ' a'.ia'.l iwed a
town site. Oiitl.ric's b v '' ins broken,
nillliereisafiiriiiiissi.it ; 1 " ' ' a'1 '
I'tui'le thero urn uiid I en lln-'I' pi tV.l
Hons that U k. i, ii.i.,,er, wa'tr aud J
food Imposo upon them. To theao dis
trerMes am iiddetl (ho miNforliilles of tem
pest, heat nnd the absence of means of
lliLdit. When your correspondent reaclio I
Willow Springs from tho Diamond Dar
rucks ho learned from the dispatches that
neither tho north or si ttth-bound n-tscn-p-i
tniins abort v due hid been heard
from. An hour ot waiting paascd, when a
tMiin of twenty cuttlo cars civpt nit from
the south. The cars weie lock 0 1, Put
upon the roofs, tho butlers, amid tlio coal
on tho tender, on tho pilot, nnd gangway
ol the locomotive, nnd parked in and upon
the caboose, was n tleiiao nnd uiircttthln
th ong of men. The train from Oulhrie
had Blurted with its strange load nt ll
o'clock in tho owning. It was useless to
attempt lo enforce the laws restrictive of
The people were fleeing practically for
their lives. They had lidded to long po
lio Is ol privation the sulleringol seventeen
hours without food or protection from tho
cohl. No train bud pithHtid them nnd nmiii
iu sight behind. Thev had left n howling
mob in Outlirio balllcii in ltseil'orts to join
in tho .light. Tho useh'SKiiess of proceed
ing to Outline was npparcnt, snd the cor
respondent secured n footing for one toot
nnd returned to this liointwilli the lagH'nrd
train, hiuco dink other freight trains have
followed, having made the eighty-live
miles from (.iuthrio iu fiom six to font Urn
hours. Tlio cars nro piled with fugitives,
thirsty nnd famine stricken, nnd Arkansas
City is crowded ns it was before the de
sceiit. 01110 experiences uro piliful. A
terrible storm Inxl night raised the miseries
of Outlirio to almost a horror. A viulcnl
wind arose as Iho ami sunk and tilled tlio
air with the stilling rod nlkali lut that
strews tho plain. A delugo ol rain rue
eroded mid throughout the night beat upon
the thousands ol shelterless. The railroad
is utterly incompetent In the emergency
and is delivering bnga.o nnd express
too klowly to be of use lo the liliiiioteeted.
The fugiiives cheer w it It loy ns tliev alight
here and rut-h to tho hvdraiits und rating
bouw. Curses lire heaped li)n the re
gion anil Iho Oovcruuif nt. Marshals
Needles nnd Junes nro execruted witiiout
stint for tin1 theft of tho laud and the rail
Mud is denounced for its feeble service.
Outline is without form. The originnl
streets have ilis-ippcared and new sections
nro being plowed every hour. Value
have fallen to iirnctica'ily nothing, und
ronlidence Is at n low ebb. Those who nro
not going homo unnounco their intention
of moving upon the Cherokee sliip, ulid
r.-jMrl that hundreds of boomers in wagons
have already done so. hcores of men sur
rendered their claims to lots in Oulhrie
without an cllott to preserve or dispose of
T he somh-lxiund passenger arrived after
a lime rrowtled with pdnriuis for Outline,
nnd few could lie tlisstuideil by the lamen
tations i. the fugiiives. It is imos.iib1e
to predict what the next few U.'tys will
develop lu Oulhtio.
Th Ural Ituby llsrn.
Kansas Citv, Mo., April 2. A Hunt
Special from kingfisher says thut threo
more c)iitpanii ol infantry have Inteu or
dered there, to be cotnmaiidc.il by Capts.
Aumun, Ciivaungli and Chance. Thero is
no dirorder, and the troop are sent merely
as a precautionary mnnsuro.
Tho lint baby wss born ycatnrd.iv. It
first saw tho liiht In a w.gort and was
christened Oklahoma I a-wis. The parent
aro in uu jexss. .
AuuiiilMTof solllers have claimed the
north half of litis srrtion ns a townaiiennd
hnvo named il Ringlialier. They have
elected a mayor nnd rouin il, and are run
ning ill opM.iliou to tho original hnia?
John A. Dluir, Seeri-lary of the Chero
kee l.ivo hunk AawM-uilioti, and lliree
others, Invo entered n section Ih'Iwh ii
here and Iho strip line.
It Is said hero thai tlm Dock Hand will
build a depot 011 tho tile. Ono of the
111. tlr party, who p. lid i:iiNi(ora lot, was
rli . oil' by a settlor w ho hud Ural taken
iMMru-saton. Tho settler was armed With n
linti liet. There are three or four couli-sls
on nearly every claim, and tlm bind law
yers sre prrpsring for a harvest. Hourly
rt port ol murders roiuo in, but none nf
thrill hsve been subatiiiitiuled, and it Is
believed that not a until bus la en killed.
1 he 4 oatlrai or 4 Inlma.
W.iaillMiToM, April '-'. Comiuiaaioner
1-tiN'kalsger, of the gvncral luud oilier, to
day said thut from prewnt luilicatioiis the
contest over land claims in Oklahoma
would ultimately Involvo every qunit. r
sccllon of land In that territory. This
being the rise ha thought It probablo that
the department would make the Oklahoma
contest rases a separate class aud d xiv
of thein al once. Olherwix, In tlm ordi
nary course ol biisiues it would likely be
eighteen mouths o two years before they
could Is) reached. CVuiteats ill Inch
abiiliilonuienl is charged could not be
passed until the expiration ofsix mouths,
as the law tbs-s not rvcngniM) a separation
of the claim lor a shorter period lliiiu six
months ns sbmidoiinient. Dul rases In
fraud or violation of tho law or thu I'rrsi
dent's priarlutiistinn Into going into the
territory prior to April Zi could bo tiled
and disponed of at once.
Ihawmrra !.! In lllana.
AkKAXaAS C'ltv, Kss., April 2. Tho
boomer who are llockingout of Oklnho n t
In disgust snd are inti ii.ling lo gobble tho
Cherokee h'lrlp will inert with another set
back. Oen. Merrill, who Is In command
of the military for tho Ok Inborn country,
tins ordered a troop of the K'Venth Cavalry
to dipt, llayra's rommnnd. The hitter
will have full control of the strip, and bn
has Imi u or lerod ti permit IxMiiner thn o
tlnys for rest in crossing and then to drive
their) ofT. ( a (it. Hayes w ill probably isane
his order today. He will hsve hi head
quarter at I'onca for a few duy. thut
iKiiut liciiig exactly lu the center of the
I.slraallns 1alarli larlllll-s,
Ut. I-oua, Mo., April 23. A tliaputch
from I'onca, on tho hunla Fe Ihiilmsd, in
tho i'onca reservation, thirty miles south
of Arkunans L'ily, says that the We-tcin
I nlon leleginpli loiiii.iiny hss n-st lied
Unit txiint with aarioiid wire, and will ex
tend it to I'urecll ns last as men and mi mis
mn p t ll thorn. Tlnswlie is very much
nee. ten, an. I win gieauy Imliilutetliu gul
ling of news from Oklahoma.
lb lira! miNrl llaalli.
Ciikaoo, III., April 2.i. A spucial dis
patch from Arkansas Ci:y, Kss., says: The
fir4 natural death In Oklahoma occurred
at Ot.lnliiiiii City today. 1 homos O'Neill,
a young unmarried man from .M.tisl.i.ll,
Mo., tlicd of cong. tie-i hill brought on
bv enuiion and i-xpoatire. Many canes
of piiuuuiouis are reported.
A X n m tire l .we Mas.
Ciik aoo, I'd., April 23. A Ss clul (lis
p.n'l h fioiu Liab .n, Okluboum, says: Ijite
la.i Dlht a mgiQ came rushing into
Marshal Wynll's camp. He said thnt four
of his companions in a little colony, ten
miles southeast, had hud n desterato tight
with rival claimants nnd were reiortod
shot A deputy was sent out to ellect
urrests and has not yet returned.
Two men were reported dead on their
claims four miles cost, shot hint night.
Tho messenger thai cuino in wanted
help to bury them. Ho could not givo
1 tie (Iran Ntitnlirr orNrtllers.
Arkansas Citv, Kiis., April 2V lien.
Merrill's report of tho n tun hers in Okla
homa is incomprehensible. The estimate
hero is that fully 15,000 people are now in
Oulhrie and more than fuVKK) in the Ter
ritory. Nearly twice as ni.tiiv us he allows
for the w hole Territory left this place
iiiono and aro still pouring in.
' a - -(JAPr.
The Gallant Uhakea Hands With Thou
sands of Poop!o.
riiii.Mii-.LriiiA, Tn., April 2 Tlio
decks of the steamer Missouri prior to her
departure for Daltimnrc this ufteriiooil pre
sented n sceiio of giyoty und commotion,
dipt. Hamilton Murrell, ns an expression
of his thanks for the honor conferred
upon him since his arrival in this city,
tendered a reception to the public on board
the steamer between V and 1'J o'clock,
ling licfoio 0 o'clock the streets lending to
Washington avenue wlinit where tint Mis
souri lay were packed with people, and in
the thtxH) hours devoted to tho reception
an uncoiiHiug lino nt men, women nnd
children piiased by thu gallant captain nnd
he heartily grasied tho band of each.
The captain's last day in port was signa
lised by ii generous act on the art of him
self and tho ollhvrs of the Missouri, they
contributing their entirisliiire of thu testi
monial fund raised lor them to the rescued
p:icngcr of the Danm.irk who lost nearly
nil they had iu the world on iho sinking
steamer. The Hvlion which tlm creiv was
to have received will tie distributed to
them but the nlllccrswlll give their money
ill full its staled.
Willi cltHractr rial lctltou,;litfti!ut'ss,C.ip t
Murrell bad prepured something m the
shape t f "reiiieuibr.iiiecs" for the women
niul lit'lt girls, w ho, anion otheis, came
to shako liim by Iho hand. These were
miniature boiiquets,to which were altttrhed
cards bearing tlio word-- "I'ouipliineuts
ot ('apt. llaiiu;to:i .Murrell, Atlantic Trans
portation l.:ne, IS. K Miii'iuri, April '-'",
Mrs. lt.dl.i'ige-Cox arrived with about
twenty-live Indian girls Irom tlm Lincoln
Institute, sud CupU Muircll greeted llieiii.
Mrs. Cox presented linn a hlotidatoiio
charm, n gill bom I'm ifi'l, ami two pair
of ni.M'caaina madi1 witli their own hands.
Then llii? c ir'o tliscliuro U g.in again,
and when it w.is concluded, nimd clieers
slid tho waving m handkerchiefs, the
haadsiomo vessel swung (rotii her iltM'k
nud alcaiued uwuy tor liiltiinore.
KANNV DAVCNPUUr SUED .
for t.lbsl by Two (InnUamsn Mmur
of Ur Uampany,
MiSKiAPoi.ta, Minn., April 21. Arthur
Initio and Jeiui Williiims, two incmlier of
Krinny Davenport's dramatic roinimny,
yesteiday tiled .hh'i In the District
Court in separate actions a.iirisl Miss I'uv-
rnport for libel, each of then) claiming
.',! N) (laniiiui'a. Tlm following, written
bv Miss D.ivcniNirt, was fastened on tho
Wi.ll of one of Iho shc,p dressing-rooms
lint Moudsy, and is tlio uhe;rv.l iibel:
"Miss liavrniiorl wishes to thank lipase
ineuila r t. her company who so courte
ously and vt I i I n ill V ineivi-l Iho Imlf
week's sntnrv paid them l ist wnek. This
......... r i , . ., .
naa none io civ upon inn aire n gill ol Very
I rg i rmiroiiii lures ami rxeca lii-'iiim.
Slut ilreniiii:f il Just to herself. 1 lie tin
gi'iitljiuiiiily i.ud diafourlcoii rondticl ol
Mr. lotto an. I .Mi. Illinois hrcfpaifutcd
Miss D.iveiiMiil's ronaiiiting her lawyer
how to ur:, who iiif.nine.l her snyouedu-
msiiiliiig salary should Is) pjid. Any
ineinlK-rs uf the rotnixiny who dti'lil tint
other four nights tine them will rommuui
cite the fact lo Mr. lllard. and shall be
Una, tlio complaint states, was fastened
In the public iilitre, nnd was seen bv Iho
theater ihmiiHi sud others, slid il further
claims that Miss D.ivciiliort told nil the
members of tho roiiii.sny cxrciiiing
.Mt-aais. Initio and Williams to go to the
r.aiitt nn I lako notice nf what she bad
poato I there. The complaint hoi. Is that
the turns "ungeiilleinaiily and tliseour
hull" urn verv ileliliiieiital to tho rhrirur
lirofnue lu the tlriiinu'ic l.tisiu. as snd
ll. si the action of .Miss DuveniNirl will be
of I'reitl li.piry hi lllelii III s-'t lirnij; eu
g.tgriiielit lor tho next season.
a utuutoua UKNOAIIO.W.
Dr. Dray, ofBU Louis, Oscom an Ae-
noatlo and Leavss Ills Church,
r. Ixji-f, Mo., April 2.1.- In accord-
mice with his own request (he Dev. Henry
Truro Dray was yesterday lepnsei Irom
Iho l'pieoi il ministry by Dikhop Tutlle.
Dr. Dray s cno Is celebrated in church
rlirltsi. After s r ving several years In tho
ministry a spirit of disbelief hs.k ponM's-
slon of him nnd bn Ix-emno nn sgtioatie.
I lo wna rector ot tho chilit h st I'sxinrv.lle,
Mo. He wrote a letter to the Diabon. In
which lie outline. I Ills religious platform.
In this letti r lie sri tortli lluit tin Out not
Ix hcvo ( brist wss (iixl, uor did ho b"brto
In revealed religion or Iho Ood ill tho
Dible. Ill nil interview he sss'ited that
Ilia belief is ideapri'tid ill the pulpit, und
that Hisliop told him that be tie) not I
lieve in the Itibte, but tluuight l .uto was
Is th r than Hot bible.
Hnaiaaa fartf ar lanlMalry.
Toi rsi. Kas., April '.'.).-1. Ik Cowglll,
tlio Mate hugnr lnsxi lor, says that there
will ho a number of new sugar furtorio
stinted III Kaunas this year and that tho
sugar product of the Mr. to will be many
timrs greater than it was Inst year. In ad-
i inn to tho Nose City Inaiiiiition, a fac
tory is now being built si Medicine 1I):j
at a cost of i7.".tKX). tht Cow toy Springs
fnclorv is being rebuilt at an additional
rat nt hUm, so thai Its rapacity will lie
doiihlcil. Tho Kansas Huto Htifsr Com
tmii v is now i-rrciiugiiigsr work st Attica
! . - - . .. u . ii i r..M
lo cu-l Vfii.ooir. jKinoa iui ssnr auraa
lisvn Ikx'H voteil st Liberal and Mi I rev.
and Meade Center is liuiking preparation
In eslublish a factory, ilia toiiiuusslolier
ol Ayrieiiltiire has appointed W, W,
r-rott, ol Medicine laidn, to be siipcrin
leu. lent of Iho government's experimental
woik in sorghuiii sugar muiiufiu luring,
lie will visit all the sugar lactone in tho
Male mid n port hi obsurvatious to the
n;il. u!ttn.il dt pnrtiueut,
COL. DUDLEY AGAIN.
Ho Writes Another Peculiar Lotter.
HeDonlos It and Furnishes tho Copy
of the Lettor.
Tho Ono OIvou Out Aecuaoa tha
Presidont of Oowardico,
Saying That Ho Hue Loot His Back
The Copy Which "Dlocka of Fiv" Dud
ley fsys Was the Beat Lettar I an
Acknowlodgroont That Harrison
Is Asbamod of Illra.
WAsniNiiToy, April 2"i. Tho following
alleged letter from Col. W. W. Dudley to
Samuel Van l'clt, an old army comrade
living iu Anderson, Ind., was published
hero today us a special dispatch to a Chi
cago paper from Andeis.ui: "My Dear
Sum Yours received. I need not tell
you that it would be Very gratifying to mo
to see you get tho Indian Agency, know
ing ns I do your special fitness for tho
place and your service to the country in
the hour ot her sorest need, but I amiorry
to say that 1 will bo unable to render you
any assistance whatever with the Presi
dent, Ho bus lost his backbone and is too
cowardly to lio seen consulting with nie,
for the simple reason thai the copperheads
anil rela-ls ot Indiana havo trumped up a
lot of cliarcea against me. Ho seems en
tirely oblivious lo Iho fact that ll was
through my cllbrts that in.lmuu was saved
When the alsive was shown to CoL
Dudley ho pronounced it " clear, cold
forgery," said lie hail tclre,niphcd to Van
l'elt as r-oou as be saw it in the pajtcr to
day demanding that Van l'e.t givo uui for
publication tlm letter wh.ch lie actually
wrote, mid added: "I wrote only one,
nud 1 have preserved n copy. Here it Is,
While I thai I cine to huvo my private let
ters published to the woild, yet there i
nothing tu lite letter w hieh I am n.hnine.l
ol, und while ll was hastily written la
coiill.l. uectoanold friend,! would have no
objection lo the 1'niideiit ris ing iU 1
have asked nothing (ruin Oen. Harrison,
niul tliett lore have liolbing lo compluiu
of. I w ih tho Adiniiiixl ration every suc
cess, und would not, if I ruiild, miliarias
ll in nny way. I sin out of .lnu, and
would not nec.pl any public olilcv. I
hive recently uasocintctl with mo Mr.
Charlew D. Illgelsoll, ot New York, Blltl
Jeioiiie I. ur! y, ot rliilsdelpbiii, nnd havo
dei-iili'd to devote inv entire itlleuiton to
the titacliie ol law. ( lielllier stk'k tut
would in cept any pul.lie oltice." '
lulloAillg la thu teller:
W'fiiixuroN, U C, April l lass,
S H. Vau IV I. I)., AniknaMi, In.l ;
IkMir OM Sim Viuir K'xid lel'rr of ll
I'Mih i.f .M.irvh I got in tiss tunt', but it
found nni sIxKiit. 1 Iihvii n-cKittlv re
turned Imiii a trip lo the Suiih, where I
went on legal busier, no. I bail a fond
tunc uu. 1 u lilllo rest lnnn the crowds of
pcolowh throng my oilleo from morn
ing until nibt snd from tlio m.iuuUia ot
letters wbitli pile iijxui iny desk every
day. Your Ictu r got iuiu the pile, wheru
1 rcactietl il toiiighl, and 1 bruiun now
to siy liiw in Dili L'isil it hit
lone me to heur from you su.iin. There is
nothing 1 should like belter than to do
something lor you. hum, lmt mui afraid
Voil greully ovcreslimuiii my inlliieuci1.
Your o.d f i lend Itti'tl turn plans I loa H'II
sioii in my bitiids, and 1 am wmkngassy
at il lo g.-l il a. hiii. IVi hnps ilu ru is no
one in lot' country who In done so much
for Oen. Harrison dining the ..ai twenty
tears ss I hnvo, but Imimii our Demo
cratic friends down in liidiiiiiupolis have
started the hue ami cry ol, me, brother
Den tbs-s uol striu to feel liisl ho ruu
allord lo ri'isigtiiro me ss an ut tpiaiulutice,
and coiiM qni iitly I don't take dinner at
the Whim House ss might li rkMi-tcd.
I hsve not ts-en iiiaido the While House
since Cleveland's iiiitiitMirntioti.a lulleever
four ycara ngo. but I will s-o il soinelbina'
ciiuiiot lx done a lilllo later nn, and tell
you wind to da It you shouldn't hrnr
Irom me icmiii, Sam, fur I he next two
iiioiilhs. don't 1st alarmed. lot'Licro will
Is- Just ss g.xsl clinnii two inoiilhi hcuce
nud a lilllo Is'tter-u there sru now.
O.vo my kind n c.ir.la lo all the Ix.y
nl An lerw.n, uu I teiiii'ioU r me ulwavs a
jourlrieu.l. . . Ii iil.sr.
1 he Oklnham l.ovrriiltlriaf.
Wasiiim.pis, April 2 ". Im ne.llstely
ltxm the rcA t'ipt here of pre reports that
Ooveriiin. nt otlicials snd others tempora
rily iu tho Oovernuirm's employ in Okla
boiiiu bad used their stilooiity ss such
olllciiils to scciiro prior rights in lands In
the territory. In tharejird of tho right of
other, the l'rrs;tli itt and Srretury Noblo
li'legraihed loaxM il sg.'llt of the depart
ment now In llni Irrruory to iiiukn a thor
ough and prompt iuviitigiititu of the fart
in the citx', and uix.n lis ti.ui.letlon to
iiliinrdi ilely liolify the N cretarv of their
tin. bugs. A report is ex--cled during tn
In sxiking of the mailer Hrcretary
Noble said thnt not Ills least aliadosr of SU
iiijitstiii' iu settlers in Oklahoma would be
tolerated for a luouirut, and that as soon
as the tin:ts in the c.iaecyiild lx- ascertained
ifnllleials were found tn have lifii impli
c.i'eliu any attempted In juli.T or wrong
doing, tho action ol Iho Oovcriiuicnt iu
the inallir would be very piompt and do
tuive. I'm sllrrs I ralrnl it.
WaaiM v.tom. April 2").- There nil a
tlecided falling off In tho number of caller
at the White House today ascouirsrcd
with the rush of yesterday. Among
those who saw the I'rrsi lent were
Vlco-.'rcaldetrt Morion with Mr. Calhoun,
of (ieorgiu; Secretary Noble, Assistant
I'mtinnaioMieiierul Clurkaoii, (xnirors
Sherman, Hifgius, Allien n.id I'addock;
Kcpresenlatlvcs Dunnell, l'ug-ley, IJoa
den snd Thompson: 11. C. Duncan, cl In
diana; W. T. ownby, of Mnlidelphls;
1 1 oi nee Scott, of LoulsviUej Msrl L Our,
ol New Yoik.
tlarabsl Wllaa)' RealasiaUesj, '
Wasiiimim'M, April IV AitorneyGen.
rrsl M i lit r b.is ncrrpiixl the n signatioa ol
8. I'. Wilson, ss I'nitrd Mutes Munbal for
the Mid lie District ol Triinearw, te tsk
place ins. ii t!ie spixilntiucnt and (juslilkw
Uell ol ins auccc-Kir,