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MEMPHIS. TENK., WEDNESDAY, MAY 8. 1889.
VOL. XLIX NO. 102
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The Sanats Upholds tlio Governor
In Hia Message Vetoing the Moody
The Adjourned Session of the LDgla
lature Does Little.
Nothing Accomplished in
House, Being No Quorum.
It Is Probable That an Extra Session
Will ba Called, Although Nothing
Definite Is Known About It
Senator Sparks Talics.
pcclnl Mvpatih to The Appeal.
Nashville, Term., May 7. The House
met at noon, Spouker Clnup In tho chair.
Tho roll call showed tho following inoui
lers to be nbseut: Mesir. Bagwell, Dock,
man, Bonhain, Burton, Cecil, Comer,
Friar, Gniilt, ilinklo, Jones of McXair,
Jones of Henderson, Longacre, Lowo,
Mitchell, Moore oi Tipton. Mooro of
'VocV, Moore of Grainier, McCall of
' r nn. ah,.. W. - t tt - l ..
'"""oiwii, uuvvr ami javior. ui the
seventy-nine members present only fifty,
eight wero Democrats. Tho House ail
journurf without hiking uny action.
Tho House of Uepresentiuivci nict this
afternoon, but transacted no business.
M'hon it was called to order tho roll was
not called and several bills and resolutions
were introduced. Ouo of these was by
Mr. Morris, of Duvldon, to anundthe
Dortcli kclioii law, when tho Shaker
nnoiinced that without objection tho bill
would pose first reading.
Mr. Stevens, of Morgan, headed a call
for tho roll on the pawnee of tho bill on
first rending. A call of the roll discovered
that a quorum was not present.
Mr. Suvagc. shaking to a motion to ad
journ, said thitt the legislature ahould sd
Journ at once, nnl that tho Governor
should call an extra, session at once. Tho
House then ndjourncd till 8 o'clock.
In I he Ninslew
Nashville, Tcnn., May 7. Promptly
at noon today Mr. Speaker Lea called tho
Scnuto of tho Forty sixth General Assem
b!y of Tennessee to order. All tho Sen
tors wero found present ctcept Barns,
Cypert, Hall, Hodge J.rvia, Mynatt and
The Clerk, undor the bead of unfinished
business, read the mefsngo of the Gover
nor vetoing tho Moody peuitontiary bill.
Mr. McDowell moved to refer the nies
Mgo to tho Judiciary Committee with in
structions to report pon it at 2:il0 o'clock.
Mr. Moody moved in lieu that tho bill
be taken up and jnuuted over the Govern
Mr. McDowell's motion prevailed.
Tho Clerk then read tho Governor's
metnsge vetoing Mr. Mvnntt's resolution
ir ,-, to amend the charter of Knox villa.
Mr. 1'yoll moved to refer this message
to tho Committee on Corjioration, which
Mr. Myers ottered a bill la amend the
charter of tho town of Dayton.
During the afternoon session the Judi
ciary Committee, reported tho Moo.lv bill
for passage over the Govenior's veto." Tne
bill was taken up and discussed during the
afternoon by Messrs. Myers mid MoHly
for the bill, and by Minsr. Sparks, Craig
head, MrlHiwcll ond I-ea against it.
Mr. Moody cloed the deluito and said
be (I. -Hired to Withdraw bin motion.
Mr. I-onf, presiding, bold Ibal Hie ijik -tion
iM'foro the Senate, even without a
motion was, shall the bill bill be paired
over the Governor's veto.
t'Hin die roll lieing culled, tho follow
ing Senators voted for the piuengo ol the
bill: Alcorn, Apple, Iturnhill, In iry, Car
ter, Cobb, lorti Ii, Jones, laiiub, Wing,
MKidy, Myers, 1'yott and Sensing M.
Senators voting igiiiimt the bill and ins
tnining tho Governor's velo: Craighead,
Crews, McCoikle. Mcltoncll, Nelson,
Sparks, boulc, Williams aud Sponkcr lea
Mr. Sparks Intioduced a resolution pro
viding for a final adjournment at b:.'!)
o'clock tonight, whi h was adopted undur
suojH'iisioii of tho rules. .
aiijoi hi:d ii: un;
A tlatra Rmlim Will rrobabljr
f1al MrUli to Hit Apts-il.
N'asiivii.i r., Tcnn., May 7. The Forty
sixth (nncial Assembly adjourned sine
die at H.30 o'clock tonight. Tho resolution
to adjourn without relieving the recently
uncled clectiou laws of their complica
tions was introduced by Senator Pp.nkn,
one of Gov. Taylor's clont friends, ondJt
is generally understood th 't an extra sts
Sion will bo called.
Col. Suvago said loniftit, it will be called
atioiit OctoU-r I, but It is not known that
lie oko by sulhorilv. 'J'ho Governor
ami rVnslor hpurks are clotctcd together
nd reficn to sec a ri'Hrter. This U un
derstood to mean something.
Senator Moody cannot l found tonight
and it I supomMl that ho is very sick over
the treatment iven his ciiilciitiary bill.
TUB JOHNS HOPKINS UOEI'ITAU
Tbs Craat lnslltut:on Forrnillr Opanad
TastarJay by Tresldsnt King.
Haltimmrr, MJ., May 7. Tlie Johns
Hopkins Hospital at Monument Hand,
Jlroudttty, was formally o;"iied this
morning. It is one of tho finest and must
romi lcto Institutions in tbo world, cm-br.-.cVg
revctitcen building, which cover
four teres of ground ami surrounded by
ten seres more of beautiful nrk. !?, which
willafiurd healthful exurrlM to tho ps
tients. Its construction was begun more
thsn ten yesr sgn, and the total cost was
f2,0'K),(XX). To the munificence of one
man lUiltlmors owes this gn at liiitituli'iu
tho late Johns Hopkins. Kwss he also
who foundisl and provided fur the Johns
Hopkins I'ulvcmily. Over 1,)0 inviU
tio.is to attend today's ceremonies were
acnt to persons in various parts of tho
I'nlted blalet eicln.ivc of thuno Iwmed to
Italtlmorvnn. Addrrraes were delivered
by FrsucisT. King, president of the hos
pital: Dr. John K Hilling. U. H. A., and
1. O. Gilmnn, president of tho Johns I lop.
LI I ' ; : . ..
mum . invrr.Mj.
J'iaAir- ,ttr -rt i John. Hrpkins
le"yainl Uio bvspiul wilUan oo-
dowmont of nearly ?3,500,000. was not
prompted by a wish to build a monument
to his own tneinoi-v. ilia motives were
higher and nobler. 'Ho rmuombered thst
in reply to the question ns to why he never
made a will, Mr. Hopkins said that ho
looked upon his wealth as a gift for which
lie was not accountable, but which was
given to him for a purpose, and ho did not
believe ho would dio before, it was revealed
to him how ho Hhould dispose, of it. "This
wealth," ho said, "ia my stewardship."
C)no of tho most interesting parti of Mr.
King's address was a quotation from a let
ter written by Johns Hopkins to his trus
tees, which clearly sets forth in a. few
words tho good hu purposed to accom
plish. It is us follows:
"You shall receive In the hospital tho
Indigent sick of this city and its environ
ments without regurd to sex, no or color,
who may require surgical or Medical treat
ment, and tlio poor of this city and Ktato,
of nil races, who are stricken by uny cas
ualty." 1'resident Oilman, of Johns Hopkins
University, then spoke, after which lien.
Jackson declared the hospital open to the
THS PAKNSLL INVESTIGATION.
The Great Loader Still on the Witness
I.ONM, May 7. The Tarnell Commis
sion resumed its sitting today. Mr. 1'ar
licit raid ho desired (o correct that part of
his evidence in relation to the statement
mudo by him in the Houso of Commons
concerning tho non-existence of secret so
cieties in Ireland. I'pou referring to the
Hunsand reports of the proceedings of tho
Houho of Commons lie found thut his
remarks referred particularly to ribbon ism
and not to secret conspiracy generally.
His remarks, therefore, wero a fairly accu
rate statement of tho facts, as ribbonisiu at
that limo practically ilid not exist in
Mr. 1'arnell snid that he rometiines paid
money from his own private account in
behalf of tho league, lie did not object
to an inspection oi his accounts.
Attorney-General Webster hero began a
protracted examination of the witness as
to his banking transactions, but failed to
elicit anything f note.
lieing'furllier catechized nponhlsknowl
odire of Gcli. Millcn and other members ol
the Physical t'oreo party, Mr. l'arneP de
clared that a majority of the mcmlicrs of
that party wero utter strangers to him. Ho
hnd never heard that Mr. Kgan hail joined
the Glan-na-Gacl. Ho would regret to
find thut Mr. Fgun had rcjoimd tho I'hys
ical I'oreo party, but he should not think
such a course unnatural.
ltcfcrrmg to his speeches made in Amer
ica, us rcorted in tho lr'uh Hor.'if, wit
ness said he could not accept tho reports
as correct Mr. Ford gat bled tho vcches
in order to suit the tasto of the renders of
the li-U't tt'urltl. Witness had never madu
this atatement publicly before because It
was not necenmry. Ilecurritig to secret
societies, Mr. l'arncll said he considered
that a person who joined the U oMie and
continued to be a uicmU'r of the Clan-nn-(iacl
acted to tho injury of tho league's
policy. Any member of the league who
would advocate tho use of dynaiuite would
be a traitor.
National l.lbrml ItftL
Iimhix, May 7. Tho annual nut ting
of the National Liberal Club wits bold to
day. Two thousand members wero pres
cut A resolution was adopted icuciuding
a previous declaration of tho club, "That,
owing to the divisions at present existing
In tho party, it is not deoirahlo (or the
club to bo actively identified with any
Section of it."
Today's action is equivalent to declaring
tho c!uli a Glad-Ionian body.
After on excited dmciixsmn Mr. Famcl!
was elected a life member of the club by
a largo iiinj'irity.
IT LOOKS LlttB A FIZZLB.
The Reported Attimpt at Astasslnatlon
at Morrill: on Exaggerated.
Kih-U1 PIim4 b In Tli Apisal.
LnTi.e lkiK K, Ark., May 7. Further
particulars have reached this city concern
ing tho attempt at niwasduation of J. II.
( oblentx by ). T. lk ntley at Morrillton
Saturday afternoon. CoblcnU came to
Little Hock Saturday night, claiming (o be
intimidated and ran away from home.
1 ho facts obtained from Morrillton parties
are as follows:
CoblcnU bad umdo remarks of a per
sonal nature ngaimt IVntly, which bad
readied the bitter's car. Saturday after
noon, nlsint I o'clock, CoblcnU was stand
ing on tho street corner in Mornlioii.
IVntly bad been to a shop to bavo a gun
repidred and was piwing along tho other
side of tho :rect with thn gun. Ho
called to Coblelitx, snying Hint ho
wished to sjic.ik With him. Coblenlx
weing tho fin, feared dilllrulty
and pawing tliru'itih arrowd mada his ws'y
home. He was called upon by a cnuplo of
cilitens. ono iN'iiioerat and one a Itepubli
can, who sd vised him lohavo town on tho
(list train In order to avoid anv trouble.
He c xpnwcd a fear for his an lot y while
going to the liuin. The Mayor then called
on him and otlcred him a lodyguard
but bo rcfuwHl In go. A frt Ighi train
rnmc along afier night, srrivinghereahuut
mlilnight, and on it Cobleuti was a pas
acnger. Nunc threats of an Incendiary
nature bad been beard on the streets of
Morrillton that evening, coming from the
n-grixn, and tho Muvor bad fifty men
patrol tho town that niglit.
fir. ! Ilrny's Damage Snll.
Prl.l iUtch to Tli. ApSMl.
IUil'iyan, Tcnn., May 7. The suit of
Mr. Anuio Iv. Mray for f'.'5,0O0 damages
against McDonald llrothers, Jones and
others, arclilterli and builders of the In
s.iuo asylum here, was removed today to
tho Federal Court at Jackson on the K-t i
tion of 11. 1'. McDonald. The suit grew
out of the killing of Mrs. llrsy's husbsnd
by the falling of a tower last August at tho
asylum, alleged to have been cuiscd by
li-fectlve nrcliitcctiiro and imtiroticr mate
rial, and hasty construction of tho towrr.
Thn grounds of removal wero tho non res
idence of McDonald and alleged local
The keck laiaml Ararat I.
Rx K Islaxii, III., May 7. Secretary ol
War lUidliold 1'roctor, Major-General J.
M. Schoflcld,) Adjutant-General A. C.
Drum and Gens. Crook, Williams and
olbora, of the United States army, spent
yesterday at the Hock island arsenal in
specting the. works, plana for improve
iiiouts,itc. - a
Bl wrnllarr lire,
GsKKxriKi.n, HI., May 7. An Incendi
ary flro lu re yesterday destroyed six iiusi
ness buildings and contents, entailing
lots of VVOou l'nrtiully Uiiurcd.
A PEP LOWER.
Memphis Continues to Slido Down.
Tho Scale of Leajue Supremacy
Changing Every Day.
But New Orleans Oonttnuoa Fixed
in the Top Notch.
Atlanta doos Down and Charleston
A Very Poor Oame at the Park Tester
day Tbs Memphis Team to be Ira
mediately Ktrengthenod Three
Now Players Wired Tor.
McAulifTb nnd Zciher wero tho battery
yesterday, mid to the latter is lnrgelyduo
tho overwhelming defeat of tho home
learn, if ether bus a singlo qualification
toentitlo him to nssuroo tho name of
catcher it wus not discovcrablo yeHterday.
Ho couldn't throw, ho couldn't stop a ball
when necessary and couldn't catch a foul
that went in the uir. Tho long nnd short
of it is that Zciher has bitten oil" more than
bo can chew and the sooner bo is released
tho better it will bo for tho club. McAu
lifTb ulso disappointed tho crowd. Tho
main feature of hij delivery is wildncM..
He does not seem to be able to control tho
bull, ullhough it is not fair to judge him
by yesterday's work, handicapped us ho
was by an inferior backstop. Tho New
Orleans men had no troublo in gauging his
delivery nnd batted him right and left
when it no pleased them. It was a dull,
dragging, tedious oauie, devoid ol briliiant
phivs on either sido with the exception of
Mcllnde's magnificent lotiz running catch
of n foul fly trom Kahieu's bat. No better
ii'iito of lidding has ever bceu seen in
Tho manager of tho Memphis tenm do
lcrin(ncd yesterday to brace up tlio weak
sxits nnd telegraphed to St. lmis fur
three new bull pinycr. As soon us they
arrive tho ax will fall. The following
shows how flio runs were made yesterday.
Memphis failed to .core iu all but tlneo
In iho second inning Smith sent n
double to lelt field, went to third on -Tiber's
sacrifico nnd scored on Mcltride's
hit to pitcticr. In the third inning Kelly
got a single, siolo second and scored oil
In tho lif ill inning four runs wercsenred.
Smith took a biis'j on balls and scored on
O' Kourke's double lo left field. Z.'iher
hit to shortstop, w lio stood on tho lino be
tween second uud third, and mm in the
net of catching tho ball, when O'Kotirkc
run into him on his way to third. '1 be
bail rolled out into center field and
U'ltonrke scored. McAlilillo's hit ad-vanei-d
eiber to second mid Me I hide's
double to right field brought U'll'iiiiko
ninl Zeilicr in. Ilro.lcrick hit to short
rtop, who lielded the hail home, culling
oil McAulillu nt the plate. Jliig.iu's
double enabled Mcllri'le to score. Cnsa.lv
ended the inning by Hying to lelt I'ulil.
Memphis mad.- no more runs in that in
ui ii nor in unv other.
New Oi lccis Is'g.iu Iiiiines4 in tho very
first inning nnd knocked out four runs.
I'olhemus, their sUir sinu'ger, bit safely to
right field, a wMtd ball advanced him to
second, another to third, and Douie's Hit
glo enabled l'olhemus to score. Anoilier
pie. ball sent Don ie to second, mid llol
lun l's saciillce to j ilclier iidtainx'.l fiowie
to third. McGuirk's single brought Donie
ill. I'onell got his b.i-e mi balls; HoiP ton
sent an easy tmo lo (I lioiirke, who threw
wild to first, nl low in,; Mctmirk nnd 1'ottcll
In the second inning S achcrn got a hit,
I'olhrmua lisik bis base for being hit by
pitcher, Dowio bit safely to left field nnd
tilled tlio bn-cs. Holland struck out. Mc
Guirkselit the sphent flving to left field
clearing thn bases, N liacliern, l'ollieiuui
and iHiwio si-onng.
In the third inning Huston got a hit.
Knhiin went to first on four ball. While
Petty whs at tbo bat Huston scored and
Fabien mudo third on eiher's wild throw
to third. Schiicheru flew to Mcllride. I'ol-
beiiius went out to Diiimii. l'owle bit to
third, who threw wild to Cussady, allow
ing l etty to cross tlio pinto.
.Tho Vmilors then rested until tho eighth
inning, when they got their second wind
and look a Ircsh start. Schiicherii ois-ned
the bsll With a two-bnirger, I'olheiiins fol
lowed with a single, ifciwio bit to llrod-
rrick, who fumbled, blowing N lincbern to
noru. llollaixl s'ruck out. .Midulrk s
long fly to left field wus mulled by Me-
J.rele, I ollicinus ail'l Howie scoring.
Dovucaiid MHiiiiik scored on succevsive
passed balls. 1'owvll hit sufoly lo right
field and scored on wild throws to second
and thirl. Huston knocked out a double,
but was imt out trying 1 1 insku third on the
(iluy. 1 pbicn biiiiiinenil out a three
nigger, but was declared out (or not touch
ing second luiso, but for w hich piece of
f-nn-lfftstiofcS tho gnuio might bavo been
going on yet.
mnin .a a. s h.Vo a. a
Mrllrl.ln, I. I . ft I I 4 0 I
inl. rli k, h ........... .10 111 I
I'ur.ii. I b .. 4 0 111 0
t a,ity. I U ft 0 I 0 u
Krllr.C (....... . ft I I I 0 0
Smith. H 4 2 111 0
II I rk, I ti .. J I I 0 4
7; lli.-f, r 1 I S ft I I
McAlllllTr, ... ft 0 I 0 7 0
Tout S II M 17 7
swositA. a a. an ro a. a,
l-olhrnu. e. f... 4 I S I 0
Ismlr, X b ft S I I I
II. . Ilni.il. . ft 0 0 0 4 0
Visoiltk, I b .... ft I I S 0 0
I'owrll. 4 111 0
lln-li.ll. I b....... ....... 4 I I ft I 0
ralilm, 1. 1 3 112 0 0
I', nr. f. I 4 1110 0
N bsrlirru, a 4 i I t I 0
Tntsls 7 l J7 27
lf llllllns- a ., a j a a a a a
Mrmi-his ..... I I I 0 ( I I l-l
iirlo.ua 4 I 3 0 0 ft -14
Summitry: ljirned runs Memphis .1,
New Orleans 2. Two base hlts-Moinidiia
3. Now Orleans 5. Tliren-baso bits New
Orleans I. i'ouble tdrtya Smith and Me
Lride, 1'owell and Mctiuirk. Stolen bssrs
Memphis 6, New Orlenna H. Struck
out-Hy JIcAulifl'c, by 1'owell (J, Jtnng
on balls-Oit I'owcll 7, McAuhllefi. Hit
by pitcher McAulille. 1'swd bslli
'Mhft t hnchorcn 2, Left on bases
Mee,,.'nTI o, New Orleans 6. Timo of
game-Two Wis sud 14 minutes. L'u
naaawlsie rilrhr Tlr.
' llsuswine, tho best pitcher in the Mem
phis team, will occupy tU box toJuy, nnd
there is no question but that he will lunko
a better stand against the New Orleans
nino than has yet been done. Petty will
twirl for tho New Orleans, nnd tho camo
will Uo nn old time pitchers' battle. It is
even possiblo that the home club will give
HnuHwine winning support. Tiio follow
ing will be tho
riwilliiM. Now Orleans.
ilellrlile U'fl lletil I hIm.'U
llrislcilek - Mien Mop Ilollnml
I Miuun Ktssiml b mi v ant
Oiswily Tlilr. tmsv...M.....M. Howie
Hmiili ..Iltulit HeliL Pom-It
lliuwwiiio PI teller IV-u v
kelly JClltet lielj 1'olliellllis
Hl.liilK lonelier , Slitee
liraulU k - Sirsl Iuimi MuU lork
AIIiiiiIm e, (imrlt'slon 7.
Fpeclftl PlkjistcU to The Appeal.
Atlaxta, Ga., May 7. Litllo Staplotnn
downed tho Atlanta boys today nnd
Charleston won another gamo by timely
bitting in tho ninth inning. (Today's
gamo was another in which there wus a
fight from tho start. Both nines were on
their mettle nnd played ball for nil they
knew how, much to tlio delight of the big
crowd present. Charleston took n slight
lead in the fourth Inning, but Atlanta tied
in tho eighth. In tho ninth Atlanta got a
man as far as third, but could not score.
('Inn lesion earned tho winning run in thn
ninth on Moore's double aud Household
ATLANTA S. H. II I'.O. A. K.
Itouu s 0 0 S 1
Merlin. . I 0 0 4 0 1
IVniler, V ti 0 2 S X 0
Kinsley. X b I i t 1 1
lti.lieni.mil, r. I tllO 0
ltoUH) r I J ft J 0
(Minn, lb 0 1 7 0 1
Mel. I-1 'J 0 ft 0 0
Keily, p .0104 I
Tntnls Hi iV i j I 7
Cll ARM-STUN. a.1M llr.O, a. I r.
U linlen. e .. . 2 4 0 I
rltliuiiniu, i t 1X00 I
Mnmy, Sb 0 2 I 2 0
Misirv. c. I I I 4 II 0
lliiux lMilikr. I b 1 I 12 U 0
liioi, I. ( . 0 14 1 I
Itioi-nv. s. s 0 I 0 ft 0
I n.il. .iMirx. r. I 2 2 1 1 ' 1
Muplctuu, p.... 0 114) 2
Tnlil i 7 H '7 I
o 8 0 0 1 1 0 1 o- n
0 2 C S 0 1 0 U l-'i
Karned runs Atlanta 3.
Two-base bus lloiieiiiann,
(juiun, Moore, l!au-ny
Kelly, r itzsiininons.
Strrttk out Itv
Stiipletnn by Kelly 3. Rites on balls
I.y Stapletoii ;i, by Kelly 'I. Ijeil on
b'ises Atlnnta H, Charleston 8. Time
of g;ime Ono hour mid furty-tivu miiiutes.
Illrmlnahmn a, kiillnnoaia .
KHS'lnl lu.p-iirh In The Apiml.
Iliiiviixi.iiAM, Ala., May 7. It was a
good gin. e between l'irininghaui und
Clmttanoogit today, us Iho scoru will show:
oi nt iu. MOHR.
SlllMIM.II ,n. B. U.II.V.O. a. r.
Mile.. .1 b i I l I 2 1
(uiiiliietili. I I I X A I I
l i. I li I 2 2 S I
I'lll.ey. I It JUKI 0
I im . . stel r 5 I Irt a !
1 11..I11. 1- ami s J t 4
I lei. h.-r. r. 1 T I u e v
lir.t'Me. e. f I S 0 0 U
N liv..irl, t I O 11 a
Tolnl s II .".i y
inmoi n, a n il i-.o a. r
Mllier. 1401 I
Mis oi, s I, 1 2 0 2 I
..r.t.V. I lose ii
lu. Jb I I S 2 I
e Sill i a
i..:i-.-, I. i lose ii
ItoMoM. i o 2 : ii ii
I. . i. . ). p... loo i;, ii
lnvi, r. i 0 o u u v
1 nl-ibi 12 VI S
liliiionuhsiii ....0 I 2 I 2 I 0 0 -s
I lialUUisiun I I I I I I I I O I
Summary: Two-base bits liwl. M des
2. I.iix. llofiord. Huso on b.lls-Miller,
liiimvy 2, McCoy, Ijts, Ford 2. Ilollurd.
Struck' out-lly' SchwarC 1(1. by Itaiiisey
1 1. 1'ievcd balls Tuoby 2, Key 2. See'r
II. Time of Came Two boms uud thirty
minutes, linpire Hilirry.
HenllirrN keaawe HlaHilliia.
Inuu. Ii-l. Ivr I'l iiL
1. Nrw 13 I .'."
2. h .rtr.K.n 7 7
A b .IIuiiookia ...... 7 7 . '
4. Atmlltl ( 7 .41.1
ft. M. ii.cl.lv . t t . .J
6 HtrmlriclMlti t 10 .H.U
At Clevelnnd Chieagu.'V, tlevi-huid X
At Cincinnati Athletics 7, Ciiiriiiuall I.
At Ixiuisvillo Ilnsiklvn 1:1, 1iuikvillo X
At St Iiuis-St. Ixmis 21, Columbus 0.
At Inlinnaiolis ludlsnnpolis 10, l'itts
At Kansas City Ramus City 0, Italtl
At 1'hiladelpbla-rhUndelpliidfl, New
Yoi k 4.
Cassadv is making a flue impression as
lln.t.v Smith Is pretty bandy with tho
stick this year.
I'm ii rum Is a sludger from w ay back,
and McGuirk Is no slouch himself.
I'ittv, who pitches for New Orleans to
day, has not lost a gamo this season. He
is u Southern Itfiy.
IIiioiikmick Is making s fine Impression as
a shortstop, but Jit's so lino thut it's In
visible to the naked rye,
N (Men KKX.ol New Orleans, is ss gissl a
backstop as ever showed up on a Southern
la-ague diamond. His throwing to buses
M km rum needs twi ssl pitchers, two
good bsckstoi, a SKuntf basi'inun, a short
stop and third bast Hum, then wo will
have a club. j
Don't go bark on ll home team be
canso It is not invincible im. Tho man
agement bavo pronilnid to spnre no efforts
to atrcngthen the tesii.. and three new
(layers wero wired for isst bight Have
Timm Is no cloud wilaont a silver lin
ing. New Orleans Di-a'. Memphis yester
day, but all the asuio ba Nsucn Slrwt
Slugg-ra defeated tho liristlsn UrotheM
nino by a score of 20 to k The feature of
the game, wo are Infort. rd by Iho small
Ixiy who brought us I hr jovoiis news, ws
tho battery work of Kl;i. snd Tale, of lbs
i 0 in
Am Imra4rnl rurileae).
l-ll IH.piib b luTueAif nl.
Nashville, Tcnn.. May 7. Ibdiert
Green, agod twenty-fits year, engineer
at l uleher A Dysi's Urickvard, died aUmt
noon froin heart fallun Mi i Mnduced by
Iho adjninhit ration of e' n r by Dr. I'm"! A.
tve, ptfpiiriiliity u aiiipululi'jll of a
lHriluu ol.it llngct of h'- lil,oJ
Very Poor Fiolda and Tame Racing.
Loo H Win3 a Milo Race In Fust
Time Under a Pull. ,
Lotion, a Derby Candidate, Touchos
tho Record at Lexington.
Brown Trlnoosa Boaton by Jowol
Ban hi a Groat Finish.
Chllbowte, a 0 to 1 Bhot, Upsota tho
Pool Vox t Nashville Entries and
Pooling- Today at rimlloo,
Nualivllle and Lexington.
N'asiiviii.i:, Tcnn., May 7. Tho fifth
day's racing nt West Side Turk was de
void of special interest. Tho track wus
good, tho day rather warm uud the crowd
not up to former days.
First Kaco Selling, for three-year-olds,
seven furlongs. Starters: Consignee l3,
Francis; Clara Mooro !H, Deling; Mellow
ling IW, Moore; Los Webster W, Mugee;
Liwio Glenn tr.i, Abbas; Festus lOl.tirilliu;
Montpclicr liv.', Gerhardy; lion Air 10B,
Covington; Deer Lodge 101, liichcreek;
McMurtry 111, ; California 117, Fish
burn. McHowliug was left at tho post.
The horses ran well hunched until well into
tho stretch, where Clnrit C. came fast nnd
won handily by two lengths from Clara
Mooro second, a head in front of Deer
Lodge third. Time, 1:21-). Tost odds: 1
to o Clarit C, 3 to 1 Clnrii Moore, ft lo I
Deer lidi', 7 to 1 lion Air, 12 lo 1 !s
Wclster, 13 to 1 Consignee, 25 to 1 Mc
Howling, :i lo 1 Lizzie Glenn, .10 to 1
Festns, 2.i lo 1 Montpelior, 13 lo 1 Mc
Murtry, 15 to I Calilornin.
Second Kacc I'or thiw-ycar olds; (lf-t.-cn
sixteenths of a mile. Starters: Stone
wall I os, Gcrlind'; Uoodler 110, Overton;
Monila Hardy 112, Magee; Marchhurn 117,
I'onabun; Iai Tiemier 117. MrKnight;
Viiiel.ind 117. Matthews; Chilhowio 117,
T. Ia'uvv; Heron 117, G. Covington; John
Dully 117, I'llayliH-k. Chilhowiu bsik Iho
lead at the seven eighths Hwt and was
never headed, winning by a length from
Heron, who was tlm samo distance in front
of I rreuiier, third. Time, Mill). I'nst
oil. Is: (Ho 1 Chilhowie, (I to I Heron, lolo
1 1 l'reniier, Tito 1 John Dully, II lo 1
lloo ller, 4 to 1 Marchhurn, A to I Monila
Hardy, 40 to 1 Vineland, IU) to I Mono
wall. Third 1! rtco Sv(ei-ilakes; ono inih.
Starters: F.leve I0S, Mouiihiiii; Iami II 112.
llulhawav; Hamlet 1.'2, Kiley. ao)I wi.s
u hot favorite, some of I be Ixs'ks refusing
to take Im'Ih. Hu kept in the lead all the
wsy round, ami won tinders strong pull
a length from Hamlet, who was the s ime
distance in frtitil ol l.levi-. Time, ::.
1'usl isldir. ltodUo II, 10 lu I ll.iitiU l,
Fouilli Ibce l i.r maiden two yeer-obl
cits; live furlongs. Starienc Tlio Mimr
lis, ilsliburn; Niiener 111, Matthew;
I'.lucLsiono IM, IliavlrN'k: liniotliv I in.
iHiiiahii'. Tlniotliv bad u "cincli,'' run
ning under a strong imil until well into
Hie l relcb, where iKnialiue gave liini his
bead, Wlliliing by ten lengths, N ipienrn
siTond, u limn in irotiti f lllack-tone ibirj.
Tune l:( (ij. I'oet (sld-: I to 10 T ihy.
10 to 1 N-tpieiiiv, H to 1 lllack-tone, 0 lu'l
Fifth Kuco For mnltb-n two-yenr-nld
fillies; nine -sixteenth of n mile. Siartcr:
l oiever ll 'i, Overton; liliyme I la, .Mat
thews; 1'iciieis ll.'i, G. Cuviugton. I or
ever ran uibr a strong pull all anumd,
wiliuilig by two lengths; 1'istIiwi mi-oii.1,
tlin-o leiik'ibs in Iront iif IDiyinii Ibinl.
Timo (k.'isj. I'o.l rslils: I to It) J'orever,
(t lo I 1'eerii ss, 5 In I K'lyme.
INTIIIIS IOI1 TOIIAf's MAILS.
Tho entries sud Hsilmg (or, tomorrow's
riui'S ire as follows:
tint lu... -m IIiiiii. i.urw tiitl. of l.l, li ;n li.
hi.ihI nimI 4i h, tlonl, lor llura leiir o'.t- mel ui.
i l. Mi l.ir.iuik-, in. I. in. H i, ii. Ii i, i. r
riiu. I'M. Ir Alnriii, nil.. K.a.r k.l.n. ll'i.
l. I Alllollna. II til. Ion, nior. III.', i MrPtel
liollil. ML 1 1. Klin-! H.e, III, :, (,. (uu, I III,
l. hablf. Mi.. II. I..I..I. v,
.-...lei lia.t.-SflliiiK ..ir lUii, u( atili Ii .o in
aiHiil ai,li lii ihir.l. lor Oii ir oliU sriui
liiilimm n.n.lrj. m, llMiiklnl, lei, (i,
Ml-lA. IM, I.': I litima J. Itiuik. Ill I, f Mr, rvil lalal,
II c, tin lnl 1 1 no. III.. TiiUil. sl
ll.ll.l Uuf -Tliraj. J.n, o( abl.l, A In rrotol.
lor lliniwrn.i an. I npaarl In-o liaylle .p.
III le alol fine lti.-llll Uo II li;,ftwl. In.ilal loll
I' l.lH.. I OMH-Ir III. ll'i ll-.rtlj.j l)7, U, Illy
1 hrrv IH7, 1 11. I1III..I.I e, .-. I h.rl.-. H.-.-.I ..
III. "i I Iisimv IIU I Unity OIi iiii lal. I.e.
Ilia.tt.el I".'. ill Tniiil r -
rum Oi IU( -I'i.in. Sim, ol h. ti f'O lo arooii 1.
for Ian year olilt, a Ire. liMti.lU'tip. inr Lir on -
..n u rll . (i.. I.i. I- lllai'kleiru im. atel '. ille
J II l'e I I' l.l li". tT; Am. IH II;. p, W 1,-11, r
Hi HI; lllile I.I..'.-. I.i.. Ik l .lsl :..
Iilili l.mv - ittaar. piii lim. aln.h, f:n l
h..iii an. I .1 lo llnr.l. lor lltrer r ..11. an I
liimrif.l lli.il lime rati ar.it ihh m.hi k il,t, pn-.o.ff
In. Pirlofitf-. I'A'ili I, -;; ji.iiiiMH ll'i, r .,
I. ui a r P'i. :i: I nOe u I; nn ; i,..
I'.l Singly Ii:. I.. Moi,rall Ii I. Ki I I. nr. I, km
l"jiel s. lnfilnin'ii-r l"i t is.li; I...I lull'.,. I.nl
lisp, lei. J.I..HII 1 ll, lalliell III ami Kin) 112, f
uuh. lolul, l.iVr.
AT I.I XIMJIUS.
Jrwrl nr, a kknrl liar, Malta a Mag.
Mllirrnl I IHUh - I wlrlva.
1 I.misi.ToN, Ky., May 7. Tho weather
was good, tho track (air, wing nipcrior
and attendance fine.
Judgi-a: Ii F. Clay, T. J. McgibUn, J,
First Itace I'lirsp; five fuilotik's. Start
ers: Vendomn 107, Warwick; Samantha
lo:t, Fox; Adelo M 10.',, Stovnl; Joe lllui It
burn 100, Ilreikeiiridge; Ixird 1'rytoii 1 1:1,
Tsrsl. In Iho Isaiks the (kI.Is were H lo A
bird IVylon. ii to Adelo M, 4 to 1 Joo
lllsrkburn, 10 to 1 Samantbn, 20 lo I Yen
dome. Iird Peyton led all tho wsy, and
finished (lrt by four leiurths, Adelo M
second, three lengths In front of Joe Illuck
burn, third. Timo-LO.1.
Sis-oinl llace l'urae, nun mile and sev
enty yards. Slnrlenc 1'robiis li. jfarns;
Kcclumt mi, West; Hub H 1 00, I ns'iiisn;
lotion list, IX Joins. In the Iss.ks I hi
odds wero II lo 5 lotion, 21 2 lo 1 I'ro
bus. I'ruhus ws flint olf and was never
overtaken till Well Into the stretch, where
lAiiinn came fust and won by a neck, l-ro-bus
second. Hub S third. Tiuio 1:40.
'Jhiid Ituco Ashlund O.i kt, for three
yesr old fillies, Dillo and iinrter. S art
crs, all lo carry H I pound each: lliamio
letlo, Stoval; Middluaiarch, Allen; llrown
I'rinceiM, Tarsi; liura Davidson, i'.rcckin
ridge; Tho Uonesi, U pounds over, 1. Mur
phy; Itelrluve, 1. Iwis; Jliesslng, Grater,
Jewel Han, Cooper.. Ill Ibo books tbo'slds
wero 2 to 1 lU'lrieve, 6 to 3 llrown 1'riu
cess, 0 lo I each lili-asing. Inra Davidson,
The I Jiiiii-m, 7 lu 1 Hrsmlo ctto, 10 lo I
Jewel li.in, 25 lo I MiddUtuurch. Hlr-a.ug
made the lunning sud led till near three
quarters, whet Uolriuvt Wok it up wiU
r.rown TrinceAS in close attendance. Jewel
Han camo from the bunch and in one of
tho grandest lluishes of tho ineeting won
by a head, llrown l'linccm second, Ku
trievo third. Timo 2:0J.
Fourth Kuco l'urse; six furlongs. Start
ers: Chandler, 110, Fox; Lakeview, 101,
Warwick; Thud Kowo, 110, Taral; Out
Scramble, 101, Freeman. Antwerp, 10H,
Hnjckcnridgo. In Iho biHiks tho odds wero
I to 5 Thad Kowe, 2 to 1 Lakeview, (I to 1
tho others. Thad Uowo was first from
start to finish, winning by two lenntbs,
Lakeview second, thruo lengths, Chandler
third. Time 1: loi.
TO.MOIlltOVv's F. VIC NTS,
Fnlries, weights nnd pooling for lotnnr
r'lrnt IliHv-K'lllnij: for tliree-resrnMs sn.l lip
wnnl: nix lurlniiia.. I'Mliun .i.'lii: Iiikel
silel Hi.'. i; Nevii C. :nt. si: diitlnw l,;l, tc Miopia
110. $; liairlmi, U7, I iulo 'iotlin lnl, In tiei.l. I.'.
Sih-uiiiI Kmu M'lilnn. ilir li.r two ymr uliln;
Lull ol a ui lie. rmiii'lmii'i. il; .,lv J.mi.i .. l;
ciiimj l.r.Hk. ST. illu.lNioau UI, lki'inlioo '.U Mule
I. . t', Kkir. In ll.-lil,
I'lilr.l Kiaii-sellliia: vnrw for three yenr nbl
ml ii..irl. seven fiirloiini. Mimrl till, j-jii;
Alllin. im, til; ItiiXBIIlm Ten I", f; Ml I towl VX
c l-ltri'H 111, Jin; Lei- I'lnkcl-incl III. U.
I oiirili IIibv -1, .V il. sirniM luoi.llrnii for nil
auc, oiiii null'. Kti Ion In., sni; - ru-t tin, limine
II. '. f il: Slimrl Imi, Long Lull lib, (la, I Imiiey
10.!, I Iny Mis lion II", f :i,
Iteaiili al I'liulleo Vrslrrdny.
Haitivioiii:, Md., Mny 7. Tho spring
meeting of the Marylund Jockey Club
opened nt liinluu today. Tho weather
was mild and the track in good condition.
First K.ico Five-eighths of a mile.
Starters: llaramhuur, Kingsbury, Tipstaff,
Iago, Vance, longtime, llrittauic, Coin
inundcr, lllanclio. llrittauic won in l.O'.'J,
Tipstall second, Iago third.
Second ltace Ouo mile. Starter: Tom
Vaugbun, Koma, Glen Clifie, lVrsuader.
Vnuglinu won, IVmuadcr setxiud, Itoina
Third Hace ThnH-)uarters of a milo.
Starters: Fannin J. Vussal, Marina lilly,
Major Tom, I'rhnno, Civil S-rvico, 1'iiii
D'Joio. Civil Service won in :50), L'rbnno
second, Marina third.
Fourth li.teo-Ono milo. Starters: IV
Iroclcs. Tljo lljui'bon, Glenmuud, Hurch.
l'alns les won in 1: 1., Hurch second, The
Fifth Kuco One mfle. Slartem: Dun
boyno, Joo Ijpv, Tab ir, Vosburg, llluo
Line, Maliichi, Dux, Tom lloo, I. T'anaum
won In 1:41, jiuulioyuo secoud, Joo U'o
The entries for tomorrow's races are:
I IM loev-Tlinv iiinrtni of s mile. sin Itnr
Isr in.', k lie ilnr III llr.oui i li.o:i,. I in. iik
II 'A. Nonliwlii.l ui, lo'iniHiiy U H I i 1,,-rrv ft.
Nsiiml II.mi.-Hii.. mile. I' Xsnu'i.in IK M
ll...r in. . h nn lei, toriii I us. luiu uiitilmu
! a itmiliiiiil u.rl.-r.
'Ilnnl K...T line imlf mile. St irt.T Mu'.ile II
If. riii. rli I nllei toll i in,, join I Inky u; Home
ii..iili m;. UiioUk.. I in.
I niir.li Liev tine mile ami half a Inrli.in hi, rl
er.: llr.ill I..., Hew II I, Ia IV, Nen I Ba le
Hiltl lluiv Ui mile. Starieee I'oiiiiim'i.l. r
It .. Al It.Yl tin. I irvi Alleluia iir.i, Wii,ao.nl I In,
Ikaraei lu lui, Il nul la '.", Lvla m Im.
AN INII ItimillSu VAHK.
A Null I Kerutrr ai.oao l.oal Ou a florae
Kavul ltwileh In The A- ill.
I'ink V.ixrr, Ark., May 7. An unusual
suit was filed tisluy in tlm Circuit Court.
A lew weeks sincu Dr. Hebron, of Green
ville, Miss., loal on tlm rueo romae biiro
fll.OOO on hia mnr Ka'.o, el lered against
J uiltfo W. D. Johnson's homo Hut kslmt
no sues Johnson for recovery of iho
money. I'nder Iho statutes money lost
on a Ih'I or wager in recoverable, lurf In'Is
hIoiki cxii'pted. 1 hem are two averments
in the bill. I int. that the said race was
in no sense a lurf race, but wus wngering
i: ml cimli'int: mtoioI. tloii t id deteii.l.iiii
mid one J. ft. Tiulis k, who is made a co-
ileleinl iiit, the st.ikc-hol.b r. forced S coll-
spir:icy to buy Iho tidor of tho Inure, Kale,
mm lo in. luce linn in let the mare run
from I ln starling s.inl half dow n the track
Ibrcfi liim-a 1 Lii, llo, i,.riii.., m ...... I I
to so hold her In al'i r tb" start und so sway
her on the course as ti lose I be rn.i'.
I lio Supreme Court 1ms dei'ided ill an
action lo miner property uti a Imrso rai
it is nn tiiniieiii on a pisintill to prove that
lh race was not a lurf raco. On this the
wlmlo piealloil will turn.
saleable ller.ra Me rani.
Cimihjiati, O., May 7. A Cyulhians.
K v., dispatch sayalh.it (he slshle of Cui.
Misire, Ih-Iwii n l.'uddlej Mills and Cvn-
tbiaua, burned last night, consuming (If-
lei'il valualile hors. i. lino ol llieiii, an
Wilkes, was valued at 110, ono. A colt
was valued at il,no). Thi-r.1 is no inni-
I ollowinj is n list of bom -a burned and
their Viilmn: Iwilibt Wilkes, Ki.tklO:
1 hi 1 1 Kill I l.uiarck, J l.o ): llistiiarck I'llol.
fl.KM; JohiiMUi, 2SKI; Vou Wilkes, two
vesrs old, i l.'i.lrsl; Mike, il.1-"!; Slur I'.is
lll. Ill k. t t, 'sul, Kelitm kv llailibli'loliiiiii.
10. ". l-.inl.n Marks, f.t.iMi, Lilly,
IVrfiit.on, ifl.oiri; Count lliaiuun it,
Iwnalar alnnlarla SiiaHte,
Xrw Yoi:k, M.ij 7. The American In-
slltule building bus bet'il tiailed by ulmgo
llllliihcr of .is.ht lud.iy who are iutiTi s'ed
ill trotting bon-si. to see the collection of
ii'n. tv-lliri o hoiai's w hich N'li.ilur Stan
ford has f.iiw inlnd from hia I'hI.i Alto
ranch, in Califoruii. 1'liey will Im'soM at
Hie in-litille at am I Ion ton.onow. It la ex
acted that Some K'hsI prices will bo leal-
Ilie Munlrrel l eriuer I mberaer.
l'itr-ni no, I 'a., May 7. A slanting ex-
siiiru has lieen Hindu by Deled ivo How-
nrd, nf a hs al agency, in cunnii tion with
the murder nnd robbery of farmer I'm-U-rger,
iu Souiersi't County, a lew weeks
sk'o. lo brothers, David and Jo-eph
Niis'lv, are awuiling trial eliarged with
thn crime. Delective Howard alleg.s Ihsl
a schetue bus been Colo .s led to fat.eii lint
ciiini! on two liiil-seul jtcrvniH. It is the
intention, be says, to arrel t illnn, ll.iiu
iltnll and Joa'ili 1 loll ill. ill a few davs l,i-
fori' Hie lr:.il. Ihoao in. II real' nlilo tlio
Nuvly hots, and llainiliou was ouco Is-
fon srresleil on suspicion, 1 is Ihn hoiiao
of Hamilton will Ixt di a overed a gray wig
similar to Inn one woui by one of the rob-
Is-rs, and iu the bullae of Ibilliu.in lo find
one of the stolen pillar Cool IIIOHK f I l,llrl
of the tl '.s stolen. 'Hie ache , (lie
delective iillegi'S. IS lo pi Is (ore I lie. court
and pri M'iit iho wig nil I im-so and cLiiiii
1 1. 1. 1 ll.e .mc.I'. a lire iii.kx nt ami Hi it
ll.iiinl'oii snd llolliniiii nntbn t r.iu.ii.iU.
1 he Meal iralHl lirrnorhlp,
Ciuiii ro, W. Vil., Msy 7. The leg
islative rommitten appointed at the lust
..Ion ol the la'wialalure lo examine de-
iMisiliollS and uiske reKirt lo tho lagis
Inline nt its m xl sesaioii, will meet in this
city t. iirow iinirn'iig. If the r niiiuitleo
examines each di'sraiiioti cnn fnllv. It will
take fully two months, and with llilrgrc.it
amount of l.'lsir It is tlllivitaitl when there
will Is' a c.illeil session lo setlhl Ibo sills. r-
luloiialceulcat bvlwtiun I leiiili und GulT.
THE FOREST FIRES.
Eoport3 of Groat Damage Brought la
Tho Flamoa Attack tho Fine Woods
in Many Places,
And the Losses of Timber Will Be
Croat Destruction of Oroos-Tles
and Telegraph Poles,
Desperate Struggles of Mon In Saving
VUlngos From Doing- Swept From
tbe Knee of tho Earth Dlossod
Rain Falls In Coma Places.
Din tii, Minn,, Mny 7.- Re ports of the
destruction by forest tires coiitiinio toeonie
in. Tlio tires arc still raging in all direc
tions, but in many localities they have
burned themselves out. They buvo at
tacked the heavy pi no woods in many
places and the losses of limber will lie im
mense. All trainmen on ronds leading
here from every w hero tell of tho long lines
of lire pawed through. Tho greatest loss
is iu the destruction of railroad tics, tele
graph poles and cord wood. Severul hun
dred thousand ties and thousands of cords
of wood have been burned. So fur news
has reached hero ol the destruction of
doxeii buildinus threi near Hurnuiu,
doen miles west of heui, and others In
Wisconsin. Joseph llrailford's wood camp
and two cainiis near Norman were wiped
out. From a score of small places come
accounts of fighting the lire lo save tlio
villages or mills. There was a rumor yes
terday that a small sawmill In Douglass
County, Wis., had been burned, but no
news could be bad to confirm it. The
most di strui'tion bos been on tbo lines of
IheSt. l'aul & Duluth and Iho .Northern
I'lre llaglns la tlvrrjr IHreeiloM.
F.w S.viiixaw, Mich., May 7. In
Northern Michigan no rain lias fallen for
sevcruu months, and as a result flrvs are
raging in every direction, threatening de
struction lo proierty and heavy lossc to
lumbermen nnd farmers. In Midland,
Chiro, Gladwin and Osceola Counties
ll.imes mo running through timber and
over uncleared farms, and in several places
men, blinded by smoke, are working in
brigades trying lo check Iho progress of
North of I'.igley visleid.iy nearly a mile
of sorest burned. The flames, fanned by
a brisk south wind, sre rapidly sweeping'
everything Isdore I hem. Daiiurr (mm the
same source ia also resirted from Huron,
along the hue of the Saginaw, Tuwola fc
Union I! iad. In the vicinity of I '.ay port,
on the shores ol Wild I low I l'.iy, tbe
greatest trouble exists. Near 1am. mis two
barns, a Valuable homo. Uucksiiiitli sboD
uud granary, all the ptoncrty of M. T.
Il.iiley, n lumber in-in of this city, burned,
Invoking a low nf tl.lHU w ilh'parf lal ln
siir.iinv. lour inli-a from Iho sen ie place
'ihoiiiiis .Vockling lust a Isirn and contents
Valued ul i'ssl, with no insurance. '
l'iil llnlill emra,
Waisvc, Wis., M.iv 7. l'ules rain
aiMin comes, great hardship to fanners in
this region will re.nilL Tho w.hsU are on
fire nil around the city. I lay nie.idows,
crops und bridges have been dcs'r iyeJ ia
the western part of the c unity, l aiiiicrs
ninl null lin u iu tlio country lire lighting
lire with big crews. The uir'iu the city is
inn 1 w uu ainoke.
IsitrrwiMi, Mich., M.iv 7. Foret flri-s
are burning smlli and west of this cify,
but no serums ihiniatr has lu'cii vnt .1 me.
limla-r and umlerhruali nro very 'dry, nnd
nnleM rsia comes asm tlio Hits may bo
I eMaM-rable ISemage.
V..t Tawas Mich., Miy 7. Forest
fin s did considerable damage yesterday.
it-stroying a l.iruu nni unit ol leuc nz tiUii
RalM I alia al ltal.
PisMAliric, Dak., May 7. The rsin thst
bus liccn bop 'd an l prayed for h i como
at l.i 'L II coiiimeucisl fulling this morn
ing mid continues steadily. It is (he first
rain of the Hcam sn l the farmer of l,
MivKiuri slopo li iw think tli'i riois snt
save. I. MiuiLir welcoiue reins have fallen
pretlv inn. Ii all over DakoU an I noilhera
the Uletseil Nalu.
Immtii, Mum, May 7.--Tho much-
wished for rain lusd ' ila appearanco short
Iv Is'forn no-hi. nod h-nvv showers are
lakiug i.li'ii' nil nro in I here n. id drouulng
Ollt UlO blll.illg fulX'.t.
W.isniM.ri'V, May 7. Tho President
niii.lii tbo folloiiing iipviinlments todays
Arthur I. ll.oinai, of Suit Uiko City.
I'liih, to le Governor of I'lnh; FhjuU
S lis, of Salt l-uln City, t'lab, to be Sec
n turyof I'tah; Lilsworth Daggett, of I'tuh
Ti rritoiy, to U- Nirvrviir -General of I'tuh;
l i rrv .1. Aiiaoii. oi i l ih i, to lie Keg stor
of the laud IMb.'o Ml I.Iik kf.x.t, Idaho;
Win. II. I'.inieU.II. nf l.lihii, lo ho lie
Ciller of I'tibhc Moliejs nt I'.lickfoot,
l.l.ibo; .Mil Inn I A. I ill.y, of Ix'ollsin,
o lie AjciiI for the I minus of the A route
Agencv in Wisconsin; Joseph V. IVnnett,
ol .civ Mexico, to be Agent fi r the Indi
uu of ll.e MiiMiilcro Agemy lu New Mex
ico; James .V U'licoin, ol Knusn.t, lo be
lc f. te.i und Chairiusii of tho llclcrecs, fin
der Iho net of March 2, v7, entitled "An
act lo grant ll o right ol wuy tbroiiu'h lbs
linli.iii I. rnlorv to the I biciiio. Kan.u4
A Nclnaiika Kailway, for the piir.ieof
iippnilsing the roiiivna.itioii to bo lusdo
I v said railway company lo tlio kiieroxco
I linranl lilt 4.rM lleln.
Ciiu-ai.o. ill., Mav7.-A bill was lllcd
In the circuit court by a number of prom
inent ciiUciis this morning risking for tho
sppointiiu nl of a rxcciver if lbs Home
for Incurables and sn Injuiiction lo re
strain the iminsgeis of the Home from re
moving Iho books. Iho bill furthermore
ak for the removal of 1'resideut II. N.
Ilig.inh ilhaiu nnd ( ntolino S. Harlow,
lii.itr.in o the Instiliili in, lof gnsis viols-
tiou of trust ri d niliieiii. It Iscluimcd
that Ihe helples iiiui.ileS have hern
frightliiH slni i'l uud lorluic l. hey
uie clcii.i'd will) cms n the dentil im