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MEMPHIS, TESTN., THURSDAY, MAY 1(, 1SS9.
VOL. XLIX NO. 110
Sj VtVi ,I"JL Ihm IQk. RIW
Small Load of Mustard Seed Fired.
Another Straight Tip Given Yester
day by Tho Appeal
That Writ of Oustor Against Judge
DuBose In Chancery.
The Shot May or May Not Bring
the Game to Bag.
At All Events, the Judge Doesn't Give
Any Elg-ns of Succumbing, aad
Makes Brief But Charac
Yesterday morning Tits Appeal stated
that a writ of ouster would bo filed in tlio
Chancery Court against Judgo J. J. Pu
Hose, Criminal Court Judgoof this county.
The Appeal also cave an explanation or
Bummiiry of the contents of tlio bill regard
ins w hich so much had been said.
The document is nn unusual onr in Hint
such things aro seldom seen nnd to young
luwyora particularly, it will bo interesting
reading, as showing how stich things are
dono. The text of the bill is here ap
pended: To Iho Hon. a M. Ettes. Chancellor, etc
Tho Slate of Tennessee on relation of
Andrew J. Harris, 1. C. Slaughter, J. W.
Levi, James Lee, Jr., C. K. Dcg.iris nnd S.
A. Douglas, nil residents nnd citizen, of
ihe county of Shelby nnd Stnlo of Tennes
see, respectfully show untoyourhonorthat
at thu regular biennial election held iu said
Shelby County on thu 5th day of August,
1HS(I, at tho timo fixed by law iu that lie
half, Ihe defendant J ulius J. Duliiso pre
sented his namo to tho electors of this
couutv, and was iu said election a candi
date for the high and important ollicu of
Judge of tho Ciiiuinal Court of Shelby
Hint said Julius J. PtiliW, after said
election liad been held, claimed to have
received tho majority of tho votes c;ist
thereat for said oliiceof Judge of IheCiim
inal Court of Shelby County, and upon
said claim was thereafter coiuiui.viioiiod to
bold said oltlco by the (iovcrnor of tho
Slate of Tennessee fur the period of eight
yutrs from and ufter Srpteiuijer 1, 1S.NI.
That said Julius J. Pullo-t", on or about
tbi! Hist day of hvpieniltor, I two, undertook
to enter noon, and did enter upon thu dii
chargn of the duties of said oilice ol Jtidg.!
of the Criminal Court, anil he has since
that tiiiiu asbuined to hold and till said
That saiil Julius J. DtiHose, beforo or nl
the time he entered iion theduliosof said
oilice, before P. C. Slaughter, a Justice of
Ihe I 'cart' for said county, took Iho oath of
oilice, which was filed and entered of rec
ord in fnid Criminal Court, in Writing, In
words and figure as follows, to-wiu
Slide ol Tiuuwc, County nl Shvlbjr.
"Heforo me, an acting Juitice of tho
l'cncc, in and for tho County of Shelley
llll. I Ktnln r.1 T.w.,,.... ......... . I 1 I
I'll Pose, who. bcinir dulv sworn. makes
oath according to duo form of law, as fol
lows: "I, J. J. PiiPow, elected and com
missioned Judgo of the Criminal Com',
of thu County of Shelby, State !
Tennessee, do solemnly swear that I
will upiort the Constitution of the
I'uitcd States and of the Stn'o of Ten
nessee. That 1 will administer lusticc
without respect of snton, and will impar
tially discharge nil tlio duties incuiutx-nt
iihiii loo nt n Judge to tlm l. t of my abil
ity, nnd 1 swear that 1 hnvonot, directly
or indictly. given or knowingly curried a
challenge, in writing or otherwise, to nny
jHTioit being A oititen of the Stalo sinco
tho adotion of thn Constitution In lXi,
or aided or itU-itcd tiiereiri since tlio
adoption of the Constitution in Is-to, ant
that I will, during my continuance Iu of
fice, In) guilty of ueillier of these acts.
" M. J. Pi Ho-a.'
"Sworn to anil aithscrilicd before me
this 1st day of N ptcinhcr, N-A
"P. C. SLArilllTKII, J. I."
Complain tuts furlhnr show unto your
honor Hist the said J. J. Pultoso, notwith
standing that lie took tho said oath of of
fice nnd sulwcrib 'd Ihe same in writing,
and caused it to bo tiled in said Crimin.d
Couil, as engaged whilt.t liu was a citin. il
of Tciinece im a second in duel since
tho adoption of the Constitution in 1m.LV
and this after Hid Constitution of Ism had
been promulgated and was iu Jul I force;
, that in tiin mouth of June, lH7d, a dispute
arose between James Priiuolririandliuorgu
1L I'lieliin, who wero both then citixelis of
Shelliv County, lenu., and which re-
-'suited in hoHlilo rominunienlions between
theui, from which alter one liadcliMllcnge.l
the oilier in ariling a duel n-illte,, nnd
which was fought in tho Stale of Arkansas
in Critteiiilen County, a short distance
south of tho vitv of Memphis. Tlist the
parties eng.igcil in salil duel Kill .Memphis
lor tho purssM) of engsging iu said duel,
which nan fought wit'i pistols in thn said
pint-eon the morning or sdernoon of ihu
L'Mh of June. INTO; that when said duel
was fought the S.nd J. J. llulloMi was
present ami Hot only aided and six1 tied
tho Mine by civii.g tho encoiirsguiuent
thereto with his produce, but in the and
duel appeared and acled as the second of
aaid Hn.njlnri; thai at tho time the said
J. J. lui!ou wa tho editor of daily
evening pnin-r called the I'ulUte istljrr,
then puliliahed In Memphis, and over
which, as said editor, he had sttcrvison,
and Iu the columns of aaid pucr iaaiied
oil tho r.'th f June, 170, thero was an
account of aaid duel covering several
columns of tho apcr, and srrordlng to
which account it appears Hist on Iho
ground where the duel was fought, and
when the said parlii s thereto were about
to light Ihe duel, Col. tiallaway and Judge
IHiI'mmo, seconds, steped tho distance, of
fifteen pares before agreed on, and wero
careful to arrango Ihe ground so that
neither of tho combatants should have the
advsnLigu over tho other, bringing thu
rays of Ihe declining sun immediately
across the line that had been selected; that
stakes wero driven in the wnf w hero Iho
parties were exj rcicd to stand, and Ihut
liter tins csmii the tossing for the word,
and a nickel w; thrown Into the air by
Col. tialla..f; Hint liuflose called
"tails," and "tails" it was, wlikh
gave the right to rail the word
to Ihe second of Mr. ltriuolnri;
that when the liistols) were loaded sovcil
aces were measured at right angles to tho
Inn, and there said iMilloao stood to give
the word; Hint the parties were then placed
In position; that upon said PuII'mp asking,
addresmni the tinrtMn, Mr. rlteisn nil'
sered "ready" and Mr. I'.riz.olnrl said
"uot readv."aud inilling his pistol between
Lis Luces proceeded to roll up the culfof
bis right Bleeve, which had fallon down
nnd seemed to nnnov him. When this
operation was over Col. DuHose asked tho
gentlemen: "Aro you rendv?" to which
nom responded "reniiy." The oracr to
Cro was then uiveu bv Diillosi. .Tha first
shot was fired by Urizzolnri immediately
upon mo order being given. Ins adver
sary quickly discharged his pistol, the
ball taking effect, as was supposod from
i'.ri.zolnri Bliglit'.-hrinkiug nl the instant,
lie, however, roc4erod and llrod a second
timo. Plielun nlso tired again, nnd
llrizzolari in tho act of shooting
fell. The firing then ceaied on the
part of both. Tho seconds nnd
surgeon of Mr. llrizzolari ran immediately
to his assistance.. Thereupon the recond
of Mr. I'lioliiu approached and asked per
mimion to leavo tho llel.L Said Dulloso
stated he would impnro into tho coudition
of his principal and ascertain if ho wero
able to continue, thu fight. I pon examin
ation it was found that he was seriously
woumieu, ami uoi. uuitoso then ap-
iroacueu .nr. i iieiau s second and said ns
lis principal was badlv wounded Mr. l'ho-
lan and fnendH might leavo tho Held. Said
account of tho duel published In tho i'nfc
fic lxiijcr was correct, nnd gave a truo
statement of tho connection ol tho said J.
J. Hul'.oso with said duel, lly reason of
paid J. J. Ihillose having acted as a second
in the duel ami mded and abetted in Iho
lighting of said duel, by giving the word of
command to tho combatants and doing tho
other acts above mentioned he rendered
himself, und became incapable of holding
any oilice of honor or prolit in tho State of
Ai-iim-nBur, unuer ino irovibious 01 section
3, of nrticloU, of tlio Constitution of tho
State of TciincsHco ol 1870, which was pro
mulgated and caiiio in foreo on the 5th day
of June, 1S70. Tho said J. J. lulioc, by
ri'ason of so engaging in said duel and us
aforoKaid aiding and abetting the samo was
rendered inciipahlo of holding tho said
ollico of Judguof the Criminal Court of
Shelby County, not only under tho consti
tutional provision, but also by thu Statutes
enacted b'y tho legislature and which
were in loico prior to the adoption of said
Constitution of INTO, and have been in
force ever since their enactment and under
w hich no person is capable of holding any
oilice or said oilice if ho Inn been guilty of
mo nioivsuiii ucis, or any ol them com
miited by the said IIiiIIoho nt any time
since Ihe adoption of tho Constituiion of
iniU. paid J. J. Ihillose, although com
inirsioned to fill audi oilice, is in contem
plation of law incapable of being the Judu'o
of said Criminal Court of Sbeluy County,
iMiiuw uu.ier lilt) sumiies in lurcu 111
TeliiiesKee, and under the Constitution of
the Statu, enacted by the people, ho was
incompetent to hold or HI) said ollico or to
exercisM any of thu functions thereof. S lid
J. J. lu 11. e has been holding said oilice
ever since about the 1st of Se.i'.eftiber,
issi, and still iinmiiiics to bol l the s line.
Said J. J. Ihillose unlawfully holds an I
exercises the said oliiceof Julgj of tho
Criminal Com I of Mielby Couniy, Teiin.
Said lhilluM) in accepting and annulling to
discharge the duties of said ull'n-o is uu
u-urpcr, and is now usurping the funetions
of said ollicu, and has been iinlawltilly re
reiving and enjoying thu em iluiucuts
1'rumises roiiHideivd complainants pmv
that the said J. J. Ihillu- be m.idu inrt'v
defendant hereto, and that suhcua and
all other projier proccKxe may inue, uinl
that lie lx required to answer thu aliegi
lions of this bill under tho roriHir.d oath.
It is prayed that aaid J. J. I hi It we be
adjudged not entitled t lill or hold said
ollico of Judgo of the Criminal Court of
Nitlliy County, and that u be adjudged
that ho has held and now boldi the oilice
unlawfully and U usurping thu funcliouj
of the olhce, nnd that bu bo removed from
said ollico and bo unjoined from bidding
the same or executing any ol tho rights or
rocuiving any of thu nrollts connected
therewith or Ixdongiug iherclo, nnd that
be he enjoineil from se nig as Ju Igo of i
the Criminal Court ol helliy County, and
that complainants may have such further
relief as may be proper or neces.iry in the
prfini). An I ns iu duty bouud your
orators will ever pray.
A. J. IlAitrts,
l. C. Si.u oiiTr.li,
J. W. I.KVI,
Jami.s I. si-, Jr.,
C. K. I lull A HIS,
S. A. lol (iL.
Tliowritwai sub nittcd to Attorney-
(ieneral Peters, and that ollicer t sik sotuo
lime to consider it. Alter a thorough ex
amination of Ihe law and an Investigation
of hia duties in tho premises the Attorney-
t ieneral consented to It, and added Ins
rcHsous, as loilows:
"Tho foregoing Mil, having been sub
mitted to mo by the relators, with tho
request and demand that I should olll
dully assent to the bringing ol thu suit,
1 have Very rarelully examined Ihn ques
tion of my duly in tnu premises. I hsve
reached the conclusion that II Is my duty
lo give such asaont, Um thu ground that
tho fuels stated in tho bill make out a
prima laciu cad for rcdrest, nnd upon the
further ground that when a suit of this
chsracter is tendered and an individual
relator ae ures the ct of court thn law
contemplates and requires that too Attorney-
ieneral st nuld, as of course or of
right, give his assent otllc ially to the tiling
ol tho bill iiihiii a pMM-r showing of facta.
"In accordance with this view, I nllicially
brought, over two years ago, a .nil against
Y'. W. II. llughey on Iho n lation of a
cltim in the case of State, etc., ve. V,
II. llughey, No. ti,:'7 t. IC P., of the Chan
cery Coiirtof Shelby County. I therefore,
as ( did Iu that rase. Ilia thn foregoing bill
on behalf of the Mute of Tcnni swo on the
information of the relators named therein,
as I conceive it to bu my dulv to do. 1
do this ollli-iully, and simply In order that
thu relators, or the public, if aggrieved,
insy have un opport unity of averting their
rights in court, where the defendant,
Judge Pu llose, may vindicate his titlo to
ollico, If tho charges made against hiui aro
true or unfounded.
"liro. It. l'iTi:a Attorney. (ieneral.
"Memphis, Tenn., May 1.1, lhj."
When Informed limt the bill Imd Is on
filed Judgo Pulloao nervously inquired
what it contained, e
"That you were one of Ihe seconds in a
duel some yeais sgo," replied his inform
ant in the lirsl liistnnro.
"Humph:" i jaciiluted tho Judge; "is
Ihsl all? 1 thou.-ht crbapt they would
And he churkled Iho sutiif action lie
suddenly experienced in the relief.
nUMBUS(i30P' TUB RAIL.
The WtbMS l.turm Ml 4.
Ciiicaoo, III., May 1 3. The lines of thg
Wahash Itailway enat of the Mi'aiosTppl
Ilivrr wero sold before Judges (ircshntn
and Jackson today lo Messrs. Aslilrr and
Joy, re presenllui 1)0 per cent, of the bonds
and acting In Iho Interests of the Wabash
Western 1'urchasing Committee, for l.1,
fMO.ttX). Tho Wahaali liurs were first sold
In four section and then sold as whole.
Iho lines vast ol the river will. It is under
stood, bo consuliJatvd with tho llacs west
of the river, with headquarters nt St.
Iuu. Messni. Popper, Johnson, l'urdy
and ranion ropresuntcd tho minority
According to tho derrco of tho Vnitod
States Court for foreclosure and salo the
four divisions were first to bo put up sepa
rately nnd then the four sold as a unit,
whichevershould yield tho largest Amount
to bo accepted bv tho masters who were
appointed to mnko tho snlo. These wero
Messrs. lUuford Wilson and II. A. Hicks.
On tho salo by divisions, tho Topper
Johnson committee, representing thu mi
nority of the bondholders, bid higher than
the Joy committee, for tho first throe
divisions; but w hen it came to selling tho
property in a lump the Joy committee out
bid its opponents with n price iu excess of
the nggregato of Iho bids for tho divisions,
and considerably in excess of the ujwet
price aa given above. Tho musters and
attorneys' then proceeded lo Judgo liresh
nm'B room, whero tho work of preparing
uio master 8 report tor the court s approval
Tho amount received secured tho first
and second mortgages in Ohio nnd the first
on nil the rest of the road. Said President
Ashley, of tho Wabash Western: "Wo
will consolidate tho Wabash llailwav and
Wnlmsh Western by August 1. Wb will
probably call tho complete system the
Wabash Huilrond Company. We havo is
sued and sold $:U,lXW,tXj"lifly-ycar 5 per
cent, bonds on tho consolidated system.
Of this we will uso $11,7-11,000 to pay tho
first mortgage, on tlio Wabash esU'rn.
We will also issuo second mortgage bonds
of $14,000,000 on tho lines east of the Mis
sissippi, making SKi.L'.V.l.OtX) on these lines.
There aro besides on tho lines enst of tho
Mississippi $10,000,0(10 bonds de'nding
on tho incomo und (.'c.'.OOO.iKK) slock. Thu
minority bondholders mude a great mis
lake in not accepting 5 per cent, botnli for
their 7 per cents instend of coniielling us
to buy them out. The new h ind aro al
ready nt a premium of 1 J per cent., nnd I
think they will go between 5 and 10 per
cent. They not only lost money by their
re filial, but compelled us to pay about
(iJO.OOO mora tliaii it would oihcrwisu
havo cost us."
Moullily M.rllnz el tbe R. A O.
lUtriMoim. Md., May IS. The inonlh
ly mooting of the directors of tho Haiti
moro A Ohio liui!ro.. l Company was held
hero today. J. T. O'lMI was appointed
general manager of tho entire system aud
W. W. 1'eabody was appointed general
suttcrintf ndout of tho lines west of tho
Ohio liiver, with tho samo duties aud
power as he has heretofore exorcised as
general manager. Ho was also appointed
general agent of the Ualtiuioru A. Ohio ill
Tho statement of Iho earnings and ex-(H-iisus
of last month show u falling o.T iu
the earnings ol jf:lM-'.l on tho line east of
theOhio Kiver, an 'increase of 0,37.' on
those west thereof, and a net decrease iu
the earnings on the tnlire system for this
month ol f jj.117.
l or the seven months of Ihn presold fis
cal year thero is a tailing oil in tho net
earnings on the entire system ol $lisi,.Y.i.l.
The reKrt ol the committee which has
boon investigating tho nll.iirs of thu road
for nearly a year past was a.lopte 1.
rillsknrc and I'sirl Saras Prop I r.
I'ittsiu ho, Pa., May 15. -At the annual
meeting of tho stockholders uu 1 bond
holders ol Iho l'iltkburg, Fort Wayne &
Chicago Kailroad Company held here to
day, Messrs. L. II. Myers, K. P. Williams
and Charles Iv. Specr, whimi terms ni
directors had expired, Wero re-eloeled,
Nearly uJii,ik0 vole repn-seiiling j:!l,Hi'o,
Nl ero cist, being Ine l.irgl vote ever
polled. T he report of tlm Ix.ard ahotteil a
total income for l.vt year of s'.l.MJ, 1 l.'l (M,
loi rmt of operating nil I m uni. lining
f i.r."i,.H.l, leaving a baunco ol J.'.d.',-
Tha lessee coiiii.hiv paid tha Fort
Wavno Couipanv a rental ol JXIoK.'.dis,
leaving a d -lii it lo the oieratiug company
Tho Ills I'oor t'oaaalltlallon.
Ci kiklaxi), (I., May 13. I!y agieemetil
of attorneys tho courts iK-rmilted tho stock
holder of Iho Cleveland, Columbus, Cin
cinnati A In liuniijvoli ltiilw.iy Company
to meet today and voto iihiu iho consoli
dation of tho Pig Four system. Thu meet
ing was held In I resident l-iiyng a ollico
this morning at 8 o'chxk. Pi recti ira Cox.
ol New York; Hrown, of Columbus, and
losnsend, ol Cleveland, and alKJiiladozou
stockholders wero present. Ol the I Vl.tssj
shares, I'.".',!i:(.1 were vohil, nil being in
lavor ol the consolldstioii, no liogativn
votes lK-ing cast. At V o clock tho stock'
holders lell this city for Indianao!is,
w hen a similar meeting will bo bold at b
o'cl'Kk this afternoon.
Iko Orrios lraaarowtlMPatnt.
Nkw Yoiik, Msy 11. The fljht for con
trol of the Transcontinental Company
continued flerro today and floO was paid
in dilleieliees lielneeil cash and delivery
in five dnvs for tho proxies at tho annual
election. Tho reslgimtloOH of Pirrctors
Sidney IHIIoii, W. U Hull and li. M.
Ijinn wero received by tho olllcl ds, but
no stes were taken to lid their vai sm ies
and no meeting has yet been called ol tho
remaining mi uils rs. W. 1. Hull, ono of
the n-signing directors, who was re-elected
pn-iidciil of the Stock Fxrbsuge on Mon
day, sailed f r Furope on tbe Alter this
worn ng. llo will return about the end
Msllrostlrrs ClaarsM )lia MaHslaagh
tr. CiiM soo, III., May 13. A dispatch from
Kalaiunxoo, Mich., aavs that John II.
Push, conductor, and Michael Wclihsn,
engineer, were arraignod yesterday,
charged with iiianslsughter in causing the
death of Sarah II. Padlock, one of Iho
Victims of Ihn recent railroad accident
here, aud hrld for examination Msy I' lin
the sum of fl.ooj each. They furnished
Jol llroalblo for l.
I'lTTsnmci, Pa., Msy II. Tho Jury in
Ihe ciiso of A. P. Starr, siieriiitendent of
Iho Pittsburg, Fort Wsyne A (.'hlcsgo,
who was charged with manslaughter in
roniii-ction with Iho killing of Miss Wry
innn an I Win. Culp at the Federal stri ct
crowing year ago, returned a verdict Ibis
morning of not guilty, but requiring the
dclindaul to pay tho costs.
SB bftl Hlga Llreaeo Dora.
rnii.Ati.rniA, Pa., Msy 13. Tho
license court finished Its work lodny by
handing down the decisions in tho case of
applicants for liquor licenses in tho lost
even of the thirty-three wards. In these
even wards "Ul licenses aro granted out
of ihHsppllcstita. In the city couiplote
licenses aro grititod lor 1,1'03 saloons.
I.st year 1,313 liccnss were granted, and
In Pi"7, boiure Ihn new law went into ef
fect, there wero 6,773 talouus in tho el'y.
Ho Wins tho Broon Handicap.
Tho Great Terra Gotta, Hanover
and Royal Defoatod.
It la Mado in tho Superb Spaed of
Thla la Within & Half Eooond of tha
Mde Two Years Ago by Dr Monopole
Tha atako Amounts to 110,000
It Was a Oreat Race and
a Driving Finish.
Tho good thing ou tlio l'rooklvn Handi
cap failed to materialise yesterday. The
l'.iiNtern sporting papers could seo nothing
In tho race but Hanover, and that usually
reliablo authority, tho Sniiiuj H'ord, in
last Monday's Issue, said tlio Pw yore had
thu race safe. Hut thu wild, western Ar-
pkai cautioned its renders yesterday that
Hanover had done nothing to justify his
being mado a favorite, and advised its
readers lo play Term Cotla straight aud
rriuoo Itoynl for the place. Those w ho
followed this advice aro thn richer for
so doing, thoso who failed to do so
will join the grand army of idiots
who regularly play tho good thingn that
tire chalked up on tho board. The racj as
is elsewhere noted, whs won by Exile, an
8 to 1 shot, with Prince (loyal second,
Terra Cottn third nnd Hanover nowhere.
Terra Cottn probably carried five pounds
overweight, ns McLaughlin cannot train
down to Hi pounds. Then, again, Terra
Colta may not have been as lit as he will
probably ho when tho tfuhurbiin ' run,
nnd on which Ilaukins has bis i-yr. At
all events tho Western crack Wat Iho
Kit-tern crack aud tho gooso is still pend
ent at u high nltitudo. .
at uuoniav.v. ,
I'.sllo Wins Ike lo.noo Nantllrnp Mnke
Nkw Yoiik, Msy 1 The Ilrooklyn
Handicap has been run and won and
Kxilo is the victor. Fifteen thousand
people saw him win and not ono of them
will forgot tho grand sight to his dyiug
day. After the third race, just beforo Iho
great event, there was a rush to the Isxik
tuskers' Is-tting shod, which soon so filled
it that Iho men could hardly do business.
Men clamored like mad and (ought liko
wild animals fur a chance to slake their
money on their favorites. Tho wild mauiit
to get a hel at any ol I .smod lo is-rvadn
tho multitude. Had there l-cen four timet
Iho nuiulsT of bookmaki ra all would have
b-.e.i rushed to nucouiinodule the Irumun
dons number of hcltcm. ' While the gam
blers wero playing their moil iy oilier
throngs vtMled the p.i l l's k to s.-o tho
great horses groomed and saddled for tho
fray. When it was all over, and F.xdc'a
neck was encircled with Iho mammoth
floral shoe brought to crown thu winner,
there were uisuy cheers, but they went
tniMed wilh regrets that tho ex-king of Iho
luif had f in d so badly.
A finer day (or lacing purposes could not
havo locn had. Thu early arrivals at Ihn
track found that thn course was In excel
lent condition, though a little damp un
derneath. It wa a iittln dusty on lop
and inidiy pronounced it f ist, ululo a few
thought it il si'ooud or so slow. T'heM was
a tremendous riowd present. Not only
did New York and llnsiklvn pour fortli
multitudes, but even Ikwton and I'hllif
delphia sent largo representations. Among
Ihe prominent gentleuieu present were.
Pierre I .on I laid, August l' liiemt, Prvsi
dent Withers, of Monmouth Park; CsU
Connor, Col. Simmons, President of Iho
1-ouiswllo llacing AHstHistmn; Senator
Pinchbsck, ol lyoiiisuiui; William Pinli,
of Ixmisville; The Muggins, Pierre Niu,
of California; M. F. Pwvcr aud Judge
l-ad pencils c1aseJ in the dainty
fingers of ladies fair sin Iu notes of the
Is ts. Carriages were nrrsvcl In phalanxes
alyiut tho course. HaiiiUoinu women Hut
tered from them in gnyt of spring attire.
Many wore tho colors of their lavurit.i
fpiiuest their breasts, Theerowd, wsrmud
lip bv tho first rare, grew excited and
ydlcd themselves bourse as a preliminary
to gelling their throats in shape to do jus
tice lo the handicap. A iiingmflivnt Moral
ottering reposed in fscn tury Mclulyro's
ollico. It was in the form of u horseshoe,
shout tlvil fil l hiuh, roiiiMied of Iho
choicesl flowers. Punning nround the
slnHt in tbe renter was Ihe inscription:
"Ilrooklyn Handicap." Il was ilcstinod
for the winner. II iron hor.ow wero
scratched this morninf, Iho iiiifortunnt.-s
iM ing liorgo, the Calil-rinuii, Marauder
sud Niagara. iK-nso uia-ws of oopj
rroaded the grand stand, tilled the award,
lined up to tho feme surrounding Ihu
track, and, Indeed, scorned lo fill (-Very
available nook and corner.
in addition to tho lloily bookmakers
there wore four straight an I four place $.)
iiiutual nisebiues, and on" straight and
one place J mutual mm luiies. Thero
was also belling in tho American auction
T he officers of Ihe day were: Clarence.
McPuwell, CoL Simmons and J. K I. res -str.
judges. 11. Coiiiln Ison and II.
Waldeuaeii, timers. Mr. J. P. Csldwell
wss tho starter.
First llace Fiva furlongs. Starters:
Ilevnller, Unttanlc, St. Joseph. Persim
mons, Salisbury. Cycops, king Crab,
Vance, Martha, Mouioon, IVncliet, Jay
F. iK-e, Soncy Ijws. Muiiwsin wss the
first horse out, and tlio hi si k and rod
sleeves of the Manhattan stable was tho
first to Hash around the Irs- a. JiiiiuiIm Mc
Uugliho bad a chill just U foie this is-v,
but ho determined on ruling. Theio was a
delay at tho post, but slier three trials
they were given an oevllcnt start, King
Crab going away In the In I with Itcne
diet, Ilritisnic, Cyclops and Persimmons
next, and the rest close ut. (ioiug up tho
back stretch lionodict bsik the b ad, fol
lowed clwly by llriltstilo and Cycloi
At the bead of the bolus stretch lu-ncdict
was two lengths In the t in, hot Pritlnnie
immediately closed un on lum, aud ball
way home ho had him collared. From
that out thsra was only one mil- Prittania
bo winning wilh oumj Iu 1.01), but
second alower than the record. King
Crab a length before It veiler, third.
Socund Hare On mile and a .ixteKiitli.
Starters: llrail, Pallstou, lu-p:lyr, Cou
ncnuirn, Fi nnic Ward, Marauder, Tea Tray,
llrother Han. Ccawood. 'Ibis wnB a beau
tiful rnco. Afterone brenkswav they wero
sent awny in splendid stylo, with llrother
Han, Connemura, Frnnk Ward and In
spector II almost in lino and the others
immediately behind. Frank Ward was a
head beforo Pallstou nt tho stand. Tho
latter mn out and led from this out to the
last Jump, whero Tea Tray, w ho hnd come
up tho stretch like a whirlwind, nipped
tho victory by a bend, almost at tho into,
iu l:-b, Hallston second, llrother Hau
third. Mutual $H7.'J0 straight.
With tho closing of tho second race an
ticipation and excitement over tho greatest
of events began to increase. Tho fotui
niuo portion of thn enthusiasts won ns ex
cited as could well be, nnd plied their es
corts with questions about tho horses.
Third Kaco F.xpectnlion stakes; half n
milo. Starters: Fecolacoll, lieliiaritu
(colt), Hnllnrat, Civil Service, Chaos, Hnu
nuct, Centaur, Pint Hush, Houston, Paly,
llitehe, Homeopathy, itron.o nnd HI no,
1'uadagn. Tho field was too largo to bo
handled rnsilv, and it was not until they
had broken away several times that they
wore dispatched on their way, with Hous
ton in tlio lend, Cen'aur uext nnd Chaos,
tho P.ccoll colt, heading Ihu gang. I la li
quet made thu running. Tho finish was
a terrilic one, nnd Pauquet won by a
length in 0; IS, lVlir.nriiis second, nu
open length before Houston, third.
Phtebe, ititllurnt, the California horse,
Flat liusli, thu l'A-coll colt, Civil Service,
Chaos, Hronze and Hlue, Uuadaga,
llonuHipathy and Palv followed in a ruck.
The inutiials paid i.M.MO straight and
2 1.70 for p'.aco.
Til it a sim-a p.
Fourth Pace Tho ilrooklyn Jockey
Club handicap, for three-yoar-ohls nnd
upward at f 100 each, or L'." if declared
out, the club to add an amount necessary
to niako tho gross value ul the stakes f 10,
000, r.'jOOO to second an 1 (1,000 to third.
One mile nnd a quarter. Starters: Hano
ver, Taylor, 122, St to 6; Terra Colts, Mc
Ijiiighlm, 120, H lo 6; Kikwood, Martin,
120, (1 to 1; Prince Koyal, Damson, 120, 8
too; Kxilo, Hamilton, 11(1, 6lol;Kich
inoml, l.ittlelield, 110, 10 lo 1; Juggler, A.
McCnrthy, 07, 8 tu 1. Auction pools:
Terra Colta fl'.so, Hanover $:Hl, Prince
Koyal fcild. Ilol.l SltH).
Pilnce Itoynl was tho first of the great
horses to take the track, llo was closely
followed by Juggler nud Terra Cotla, the
last named with .lcUiuuliliu up, bulliHik
lug pale and ill. They looked lit to race
for a kingdom. All the nublo steeds were
given splendid receptions.
The big Moral horseshoe was brought
from the secretary's oilice and pl.uvd in
the jtidgiw' etai.d.' There was qui to a de
lays! the ost, F.xilo und I'r.nco Itoynl
being rather fractious. They wero ranged
in tho follow ing order: Juggler having
the rail, Terra Colta next nnd Kiehmoiid,
Fxilo, Plkwoo.l, Prince Koy.d r.ud Han
over stringing Iu the outer rail.
They broku away (our limes before get
ting the Hag. In all thu (alsu stalls Ihn
black and yellow of tho Chiton cnndidiilo
loomed to the front, but when thu Hag
went down such a terrilic yell of excito
moul as went up is seldom heard at miiv
time. When Ihu ling lell Jueg'.or w.ia find
sway, folhiwed by 'loirs 1,'otta, I'.IUwimmI,
ltiebiiioud, lloval, Hanover aud I silo tu
tho urdur named. T'Imi lulter had mm li
the worst of thn start. Coming don 11 uc
bear stn'tch Hanover and Juggler were
racing sidu by side, three lengths buluio
1 rmeu Itoynl sud rule.
Thn others wen ill a ruck, tailed by
Kichiiioiid, and in this way they went by
the stand, and nt Ihu lower end Ju -gler
kIuihciI a little iu (mill und lies. is Ihe first
1 nod tho quarter iM.t, a mwa iu f unit u(
lallover. Around Iho turn How thu ran in,
thu jis kovs' coals lormnig n ghlloring ni.i-s
01 color, which was lost ill thn swirl nl
great clouds ol dust torn up by Iho lends
of thn spis-ders. T hu horses d'eim c to
skuu tho ciiur.-o like birds, barely ki-cpiug
their feel long enough, it seemed, to steady
(ioiug up thn lun k atrulcli, Juggler im
proved his lead, ami Ihn mhors climsl up
011 lliiuover. Half way up the siretch
Hanover Is-giin lo fall nack, sud a cry of
'Hanover Is Is-atell," issued limit ID.ISII
throats. It wss Hue. He was sii pause,!
by Prince Itoynl and F.xile. Juggler was
still in Iron I at the hall-inilu mm, hall a
length before I 'mice Koyul, aim wss thu
sumo distance liclore Kxde, Hanover being
a bad fourth.
On the upiH-r turn Fxilo went b the
front and came into the stretch half a
length before Prince Iioyal, who was two
lengths before Juggler.' I lien Is-gaii a
struggle Ihsl set thu blood of every s la
tor tinning through bis veins. liarriMin
hxhi Prim-e Koyal hku a deiiion, but 111
vain, he couldn't get up tu Fxilo, who in
Ihn hist furlong increase. I Ins advantage,
and amid the applause of lo.oo.) voices ho
won the great rai by Iwo lcng:h, Pi i nee
Itoval M'coml.a drnu'ii leiielhs bcfi.ro Terra
Colta third. Fikwood, Juggler and Han
over finished ss named. '1 hu time bv (ruc
tions was 02.1, o .V), 1.03, I HI, 'i :nj.
1:411 and 2.074.
'Ihn muliliils paid $HI.:!0 straight and
f.'I.IM for iihu-e; Prince Loyal paid i'l .
Filth Kaco -Half mile. Marteis: Cnrnn
II. , Mamln II., M iv ijin-eii, peelan, Vim
sit, Maria (lllly), Tormentor, Muj r Paly,
Mr. Pechsin (lorinerly I iiiiih h s 1. ( lib
ford. Mm Huge, John AIwimhI, St J.ini'H.
III. 11 kbiirn. Onward, Architeel, I'm inn
Howard (formerly Crow 11 Prince). Keclaru
won by two lengths in .':). con. 1 1, John
Ataooil setsMid an I St. James thir l.
Sixth Pace I (nn mile, Mnrtcrs: Frolic,
Siugleslonn, hat Isfiiet toll, Ikiiiliiii S, Wn
WishI, (isllits Pan, lrisM-ls, Hons ihune,
lecpiiiin, Luminary, Al liii'd and J11I1.1I.
I 'rolic Won ill 1:4.1), Siilglnstunn aeeond,
Satisfaetlou third. Frolic Striilghl paid
mux's iiiu 01:11.
IjisI yesr Thn Hard won thn hsndicap,
bcnling Hanover by a length, who was
three h ngths in Iront ol Fxilo. Time,
2 13. Tliu other burses In Iho run worn
Feuelou, Yolaute, lavor, ( Irill.iiiiioe,
Itivsl Arrh. (trover Cluvelsiid, Ssxoiiy
Fxilo is a bay bors, ow tied by W.
lakeland, sired by Mortimer out ol Sec
ond hand. At the spring meeting at
Jerome Park May 20, last yesr, l.xilo
was entered lorjibo ity lisndicap,
III this tsee thero were seven en
tries, including Aundia, Ivxpiimau, l'- ss,
laidy I'riinrotM:, Mnden and I hmsx. Fx
ilo, who was ridden by Filnpslrhk, did
not mnko a rreilitsblo showing, being
among tbe lall enders al Ihe llnlsh. Fxiln
redeemed himself on May 31, when ho
won the handicap awccishikcs, defeating
(ioodloo, Itayuiond and Hrown Puke. In
Ihe Forbsm hsnduoii, Fxilo was lift fur
Is hind by Ih'lvldern, but at tho Hrighton
truck, ou Juno 23, Fxilo was ridden
bydsrrison. and mado thri'nxpiarlurs ol a
iniloln 1. 12j, defeating Haruuui.Truuborn,
Ham Keene, MeliHlrsum ami Incaslcr.
In Ibis rse Triivb irn led past Ihe stand,
followed by Melodrama and laincasier.
T he latter and Harnuin were serond and
third at the half, no change at tho three
quarters, but wbeu well in line for homo
Cistrisou urged his hot so, and out by ono
p:usod tho others, winning by tbree-qunr-tors
of a length. In tho sweepstakes nt
Coney Island, Juno 20, Fxilo was a closo
croud to Pontine, who won the race.
On June 2D Harrison rode Kxilo to vic
tory nt Coney Island, winning thu high
woight handicap sweepstakes. Tho samo
performance was reported on tho following
day, defeating Ten Hooker, Hob Miles and
Chanticleer. At tho midsummer meeting
at Monmouth Kxilo in the harvest handi
cap wits only bentcn half a length by
ESTItlKS ANn 11KTT1NO.
Tho following entries und betting for
tho Ilrooklyn races wero posted last night
in tho Derby pool-room:
KlrM lUiee-Tliree ipnirters nt a mll. J. K ti
no. 10 to i: Tinman un, sioti Kiiliuliiin nu, M to
1; Hello P'or 117, 4 lo I: Ijillso I '., oven luem y:
btiny il :i to I; Kunllisin In.', i in I.
t-ecnnil Itsir -Mile slut an einluli. rnntinyne
111, iln I: nnMlnrinrie llu, 7 In 1: l!csin .lime
Un, :l tn I; U lnum toi, u lo I: UuiKnr KM. in m I:
lirrller tut t lo I; t-ertvnlu 10(1, 'i lo 1; l'iu.i.oet
U7, I tn 1; rirt is), 7 lo I.
Ililrd liiire-Si llini;; one mile snit s Ivleoiitli.
Itntu nilnil IU. Ill In I; ( inn s lul . Ill In I; (,riiniililt
tut, 4 tn t; AmiiliMiii lot, 7 . 1: liciicillciiir.i tiki. 10
to I; (di'iiiiimuiil lisi, (I m I: Tuill. r le... i tn I: Iiiu
otictlu Hfcs. 1(1 in I: IhinlcLiU- Hsj, 4 tn 1: Hi nuo
lusrto Kkl, m 1; N,.li,. Il ,, in tll I, 1 1 it.-lori 117, ;
tn I: l.onit K li Ik II t UU. to tn I: Mnliiitniitli Iu',, III In
I: l'nouicllo in;. 3 tn I; kins 'ills' In;, 4 to 1: hulvliil
10.', 4 In I: liolili'ii Uivl I'J. li lit I.
Jiiiiilli Kaiv -on mi lie. fltnir ll ft to I:
Itii.l.lliLt ll 4 tn I, I(cir1cr ll, 4 to ; I'vi-lnno
( nit IIS .'. inlM s.li in-oinll lis, A in -J; m-llalrellh,
I" tn I: MniihMiii IIS lo In I; l..,nK l.lw.l ns, 10 tn
I: Ijitiirslrwt lit, in tn ; mukIk M.nm Its, A m ;
( srrnll lis, t tu , inrliuli 1 1.1. 10 In I, Siiudilnu ll
10 tn 1. ,
Klltli ttsre-rivi-elKliitisnl a nilto; fur Iwivvenr
ntits. Anliluvt ins, I linmii Ins, I rlnnu Inn,' 1 nr
l Idler lill. Ui'iihihmI lul.
Mxlli Kmv-llinv fi.urllia of a inllo; Wi ln r
WMgliia innim puke I'll, oven nimn-v; M.ils'll
I t', i In I: I moire I ;s. a in I; KIH r.'i. in t;
I'lsdiin I'.'l, III till: l.iln 1-J4, III tn I; Ml ln.ll null
l'.s. -i lo t; liumsiini Us in lo I; VIIIiiKO Maid MO,
10 lo u
AT Lill MS..r,
AvoiKlatp, KoiIbf. Ilrsvo, I'M Donovan,
I.OI ISMI.I.E, Ky., May 13. The wenther
was fine nnd a large crowd nt Iho rnces to
day. Thn track was a little henvy, but in
First Knee Selling, Mammoth Clothing
Coni)nny purse, $n), all ages, six fur
longs. Starters and odds: Jakio Toms 1MI,
Flniicgan, 4 lo 1; l.ixiu 1.07, Frvemnn, 2
lo 1; FiiIko Alarm ps, Church; Chandler
HM, Fox; J. M. Culp 1(2, Monahan; Fotla
W 1 ().". ThorH-, 0 lo 1; Chnrlcs liwd HX1,
liny; Fd Hulls 10H, Warwick, 4 to I; bal
ance III to I and M In 1. In a whipping
finish Jakie Toms won by a neck, l.iMo I,
second, two lengths ahead of Keed, third.
Second liacn -Selling, purse fl(M, for
two-year-olds, live furlongs. Starters and
odds: Hallvmeil 101, Stephenson, 13 In 1;
Mors.- Il l, liny. II to I; Millie Williams US,
llariies, 3 to 3; Avond do IH, F. Jones, 3
to 2. Avoiidatii won easily, taking lint
lead from the start, Morso second, a length
alio. id of Milho Williams, third. Time
Flit). Third Pace-Men hantV handicap; a
succMtakc; for Ihri-o vear olds and up
ward; JI.iipO added; liiilo mid nu eighth.
Starn rs and odds: Chiv Moekloti 107,
Tarnl, (I In I, htoiiey Montgomery lti,
l.lkle, 3io J; j,vii,la t l, t,vls,
1 aiiiiim 110, llieckiiuldgo, ft to I, Hit
entry; l.,nlg. ,IJ, ..iinphv, 4 to It; ly
rrunno, I'Kinos, In 1'; .llelHiHt'll !.,
rox, .11 ni i. .Mci'owoii g d oir (irst in a
good start, wilh IPpocriln second, (ho
rift hunched. Ihn piMitions remained
shout Iho same lill the threo quarters.
Hieru 1 1 Vhki itii was bionght up lioui Ihn
rear by I'miiios nnd led into ihealn tch.
II ill way ilouii Murphy began Ins tint
With I'.id.'n and easily e iin lo Ihn front,
winning by a g's,. ih-ii sift la. Hip", lite
second by a link, Ijiviiii.i I Villi third.
Tune l. 'o .
l oiirth liii'-e-Selling purse ki, for nil
age', ono mile. Mailers and odds: Potty
HI, I ris iiian, M lo I; Jim Nuvo i, t,
2d to I; I tiMiiwa v II. UNI, Tir.il, 3 In 3;
Pat Piuiotau lli'.i, Mi.val. M to 3. T1(.
start was easy nnd even. Put l.ni..t m
ran last to the three. quarters, a lu lu he
enmn in inn iiuiii, nnd, niter a ratlhitg
light with Castas ny down iho slrelcli, in
which he was headed once, lliiishcd 11 st
by half a length. Oisiawav II. a length
ahead of Navellurd. 'lime - l l.il.
Iillh Pace - Nlhiig, liiiis $il.l. fi.r three
year olds and up ward, seven luilongs
Starters nndiKlds: Spriugtimo K2. I 'sneer.
l i o II till, l.lkie, 4 i ; Itouitn ; II In.,,
Parlis; Prolms los, Tar.il, II to I; Me An ley
IIO. Parties, 4 In ft; Hridg.-lighl I HI, I.
h'wls, 3 to '.'; balaiiis- Pi tu I. Prid -i-
bght won, Prolms second, I.imui I Ihird.
Sixth l.a. c-f-.imn con liilona and dist
ance ss lirsl. Mnrters and isl Is liighl
SWayll'.l, Pull'y, Nlo I; 1'hiis.iII PHI, Nhleii,
l.i to I; I o.h ili.1,1 III ' Allen. M to I: I i
iiahty lol, Mnviil, 3 to I; pnbm Int. Ilol
bs, 3 10 I; Tudor PHI, Tarnl, H tu 3; Pravo
I'M, i.irm s ,i i, r.nivo won bv a li.i II
h ii.th, 'I ii.tr second, half a h nU'i nhc.id
ol I duality, third. Time, I IT).
II irH r immiI iMviuia Ps'lle In John Mc
Csuipliell, of lleverck MhIiIos.IimI.iv ..r
I. '.is l. ' Ins allows 1 1 i:el naively thai tho
trade wilh Cassnly is oil.
r.MIIIIS AMI ISMIIIMiS roM TOIMV.
The following ate Iho entries and pool
ings lor tomottow's r.iccs:
llr.lli.iM our mltr. I .r tuna l's, ..: i .,..ii.
!''.. lUrrr in I'ri, .. i , , ,,, , . ,ir
li lit. n '. i::. i(. i.. ii i.l I rninin I .ii.ni
I n. . I Im .11. r II". n., I ar i. .,i s
Kernel IUe.. I,, mi. ky .ks. i.iiv ami a lisll:
I. .r il.r. i- I. si n 'I I 1 1 ii-., 1 1 i .,iitii! rs. li J.",r
lUoiln, m, an InnxM ,; ., In,r, ,. .1 ir4i,.
II, .l, Mi .. N I, ,,11,,, t.l.
I lot I l .i, n n , i. loll, n a inlli-: lllnf.
I Inini.i I'-s I. li 1 ,1 I'lt.'i, I I. l II.. f...
I I., .null Ik llu ml, ',, lini.t , ,.. II., . I,, i
ll'l I.. Hi lism II' !. Ik II I I u Ij r li" ( 1
I. .null lis.,, s. I'h, j l .t i I, i, ,r ..l. I., fl,r
11 flllll. ill S llllll-. Iln,lfl m im, . ,. Ml,.,v ll,
I. ,. s in .mil. I t.-i, 1 im lun is i ,, m. in, u
,c,., l . Il l
lllili 11 Nun hliilis i,l a inlti. I;.. I lir
I", li'. i l.,rs c In' ji l.i l. r I I I n. V .ml
I", t l Vni' A .'. -. IjHi Ii.i.Ij 'l, ll., Anili'1,1
Iln, . Usirinr '.'. I ..
West l'l I'sra, i Hlrsao Tnlrloa.
Kl rl I'.i'-.' Mrtrlrll Iwn li-sr nlil- I lir I li lilh.
mi'. J" l.i, n i, I'siiwi iu l.iiuiie im,
I nuns 11 I Hi
s id In,, - litiinilliN HrPlng. IUiiliriiil lll
(S.lll.f ll'l, I'lll'l nil. ml!M., -'-.
1 1, 1 r. t nn si.. I inn- ii, mill ml Ire. linn II-
rii Ari.il II. i, l4inuiloil Iiai, While lliwa llsj,
linn I. .Im II
fmiriii I: Threo ,iisfOrs ,( a tn I lo. Onlr
I isi.' l. i, ks'i l!i'ii,l' r I",, ItMiikfiiia 1:1.1 ril. r.v
lei, Jimiir i i'i. IiokIIi i lo,. sun rinr II Iu.
ftinli l.sii. M'i"si. .,fn-.ii ih. iii.iuii,ii
ll.j, I nnlit'S" ''.I. Jnlill Isil) VS. Oil rlnli v,
1'roltablo M Iwnere lodajr,
lri !:" Kslis't'iii. lohaii
. ..ti.t l, I ..if Jinn. Nif ii's,
'I ioi. I I " r 101 ' i.ii Ik , ... 1 1 iiue,
,,,,,tli It Il-.n. r. M. ill-mil.
Siktli l:s'C-l iiiilri', Plinli-in.
AT l.o- II I K.
first II .-llsfrt ' ill M tt li tl i" lir.
.-..(.! Iter Inlrl.,. Iimsn I'lltiifss,
1 nir I I s I i"W II , rrin-l ft ,.-..
t.xirOi l'.s' -smsnllia. Fi.rmg llalti-e.
llllll l.iuv I'l'lnt, Anim A.
Anrllni l'ols l.asl Klglil,
Tlio (ullotAiiig i-chiIs wero sold last night
at tho Turf F .change;
II..I Ksir- ln.-'kl)fH. Tlisvlarr tl". IMlati Or
I ..null I's.e ttmiVlvtll firtieia lull It l,
,11,1.1 .. Uiij.ltSrl aiuusuuu I.', ( .ili.i l I.'.
KNAVE OR CRANK?
Present Head of tho Boekmanites.
Tho Man Who Claims To Bo Christ
Ilia Remarkable Buccosa la Dolud
ing Moa and Womon.
Ilia Religion Rapidly Orowln A
Ilia IIouso a Ileavonly Harem Me ok
and Lowly, But He Knows
tho Value or a
RneVfor,! (111.) Corri'.imn.ti'nco n( tho V. V. ireratd,
Christ lives, llo has come to earth tho
second time. HohoM tho Savior. Hois tho
pure one, the perfect one. He has no guile,
lloisliod, become man. Hy behoving
ou him wo aro mado pure and sinless as
ho is and our salvation is assured. Oh,
how grateful and happy aro wo who aro
redeemed. Pleased bo Oud, that wo havo
Such wore tho expressions delivered in A
quiet but intensely earnest tone of voice to '
nlli mil reporter this morning by ono of
tho "angels" of tho Schwcinfiirth Com
munity. What is tho Pchwoinfurtli Community?
It is thn head renter ol the newest and
most remarkable religious sect, of all Iho
queer theological schools, that has found an
cxistonco und a company of believers.
Ami the woman whoso utterance was
quoted above expretsed briefly, but hou
cstly, tho sum mid substance of their bo
liefs. OtlllllV Of tiik SKI T.
Tho wet hns been in cxistonco about fif
teen years, but Schwniiifurth has not been
revealed lo tliein as their l-ord and Master
until within the last half dictcn years.
Mrs. Pi a. i Iteeknuin, the wife of a Con
gregational minister, originated tho body
olslrango believers. She preached that
iu her own permit were tho attributes of
tho liscn Ixird. She w as tho woman Christ
inspired and made sacred by the Indwell
lug of Christ's spirit. The band ol Isditv-
ers grew slowly nn I steadily. They lo
cated their central church nt tho little
hamlet of I'.vron, s.. in h of Ids k ford, and
by dint of Is'sii ging the meetings of alllhe
other churches, nnd, jumping up, declar
ing their doctrines at till seasons, kept tho
poor clcigytiicii and their faithful llotka
in continual hi t water. Her husband did
not believe the new faith, and as a result
he la now in Iho tns.itio asylum.
Tho llev. Ooorge J. Kciiwcinfurth was
at Ihut luno a Method, -t minister, a veung
man of i rci-nssi'sjn j upi'carauce. lie had
suborn beaid, awhile brow, with veins
I'liiinly linhoiling reliiiement, and a very
sharp eve, Hist cool, I l.mk as meek anil
pntle'tie as a D.daAaru Knor shad's when
l iicuiiisliims's ileiii.iu 'e l humility,
Sclmciiifiii'tli iircm-hc I In iho' rotnilrr
cliiiii bcs le rcnhjiiis sud gitliered w xnl
Mil helices. Ho pr.-.icli"il voli, and ho had
i-speci lily sucei-i seances Willi the young
la li.-s ( his several li s ls, Ilisrelsted
that tliey nllcti preti'llded conversion
merely In kneel ill Iho altar where ho
could lond'o 1 licir brows und eetly whis
per: 'Dear sister, have l.iith; only have
Suddenly It was siinouiiceil that iHmii
II ie ts li M infill Hi b ol toiiuiiiico'l Method-
ism nud beiiuiio a diM'iple nl Mrs, IhiM
Piekiiuin. Very shortly afterward ho wss
ills.'illled ns Pi. hop of Iho Heekiliainles, SS
they Here nil cl, null n roviugc iiiiliiiasiaill
to visit iho ihllcrciil luciliiies whom Iho
creed bad gamed a foo:ni ( n exhort ami
proselyte uu, uraln and Im Iho Ilioutliplos a
sud iimlidenliiil ntlacho ol tho wuuiun
Put, alas! fur the f.iith of Ihn little band.
Mrs. IU einsn di ' l and bi caine cold clay
hko any ordimiry mortal. Her broken
benrled Is-huvera kept her ImmIv for a wrek
rxH-clnig that alio would rise its alio had
iiruiiiiM'd slid pniphcsied. '1 hoy placed her
IhhIv nn a raisi'd pl.itforui and worshipM,
slxuit It homly, Ihere Worn fKitnnt
lisi iples slaiiding iilmiit it every umuient,
in Imis' that hie soul. I return and they
would wiliust the tisniti i timi. Unite
iii.iiiis Mere never lell alone (or sn instant,
but thn eorrup:ioii ol Iho bo.lv grow so
gn at thill at Ihe end ol a week thu Inter,
meiit waa oidored by Iho public authori
ties. line Ms uissi n.
At this Jinn lino .1 li in (orw.ird to Ihe
Cniiifotliosa htiioh.iu I lie' sblcwd N-liWfin.
Iilltli. lie dei hired to them that just sS
she was dving ho siw n ghtnpso o( heaven
"Ihruiigli Ihe window ol her sutil" sud Irutu
her bps i.iioo II, e .,r.-. "Vuii are Chtiat
Iho holy olio. .My s ii,l passes into thine,
snd by Ibis net liiiiislm ins thy whole bo
ing. lio f'ltlh pmo sud sinliss, iho only
sou nl I ni l. '1 hull shall bring nil nations
to worship lin o nud put In rout tho evil
one nud all the lewis of tl ilk tic.."
'I l.e i-teiloliiiM I'lniipiiny believed and ro-Ji-li
cd in Iho i,-.il s.ninr brought to llu-iu
us lioui tlio dead.
I O'lii Ih it day tbe growth of the organl
r.itii'ti, both tu liiiitiii.il resoiiuvs and
tin-ii 1 1 r-.lt i , bus been niuiply wotldcrlul.
Iho In v ( l,r,sl has il. splayed biisiuesa
ship pnrss and a keemp'ss in Iho stil ly ol
hiiiuiiii munis that Ins brought lorlh
much li mi.
A gisl old farmer named Weldon, who
was nws s-eil of wsl a, li s of II un land, be
rsmn itibiluiiled Willi the new seel and
ma, In over bis entire pp-perty tu S hwetn
furlli ns be.el of tho I hiirch. Ileio I lie)
central iiuiiinuiiiiy is hsalcd and bote I
(oiiiid my way i at.y litis tnutiiing.
si II w I.I XI i inn's T i III M1 I r,
Thn humu of Ciitist is s I irgo mansion
standing in a eMciou nu losii'O amid a
niliiilM-r of hog' lore-l to es a uuo distance
b.uk bum the m iin I' .cl. nlsnit live miles
suit h of thia city. Il h " spacious b.itns,
cairi.igi' build. tigs li .is an. I oilier appur
Ii n, du es nl a ,i"- us r uiutry iiisusc.
Tho inembots ol the c'liiiiiiiiiity make
Iho breeding nl Misul -d leu set a spei inlly.
Scliwoilifiirthh.isthr.si nii;nrtf d atallious
and a large iiiiinls-r of br ! mires. He
al: o has shout eighty head oi lino c.illlo.
Tho house is lily tixmiy and Willi Its
wings easily sccuiiiiiin-l.ite PW eraona.
lliem nre usually alsuit lil y females thrro
and a doen or liiieeii lueii. The luale
ibsciplca do the huy work aud au
rouges, iiiey lite ou tho pl ainest food
nu. I seep in Iiiu stlic Mil o! tlicitl hav.
lug beioin.i inliiu.iti'd with the new re
Pi nt, cunt llu mac I Ve happy to lufftat