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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - May 22, 1878, Galveston, Texas GALVESTON WEDNESDAY MAY 22 VOL A M It ill for tbe of In thin country bu yet done nothing for the ref of oa Ue rout b ia tke of ia of in of wut in ant too ultimate of ntn of the to perpetuate will probably by tbe fate of a introduced by HOB John II to regulate com- and to prohibit and which In new pending is of The W in of Mil by his a on public With no of rhetoric it tbe force of and careful statement and closely applied argument Tho evil which it is the aim of thn to remedy iti in a report of the on railroad transportation of tho New York Board of anil lion report which declares that in most o its provisions tho seema and Especially this asy tha committee of which provide tariff of rates which thall be uniform to aU shippers prohibits special contracts in every form also tho publication of such tariff ao that tha public generally be miliar with iho raten Your committee believe trial carriers hare no right to discriminate in favor of one or Inn ut the expense of another for it is manifest teat such a power wielded on a largo to crush cut enterprise on pirt of the smaller of merchants in short to make tho richer and the poor poorer In examining this subject a different ciple involved from that which tlw business oJ individuals or manufacturing corporations Transportation nemi public in their nature many of thorn are grunted the right of main to corporations is well as business with of c the time when interests taken from tho domain of arbitrary the exactions of and Iho of just and wholesome leg't! re- Ouch a policy once would not only do justice to the public but would be a great relief to from circumstances of tition that led to special cut private and the like which never fail to involve the Ic r train of disastrous com- make great complaint of the manner in which tho state of Ohio hu been for congressional representation Counting all that less than a thousand majority either way in as doubtful tho lowing ia thought to about Certain for the era fifth eighth fourteenth and fifteenth Certain for the eighteenth nineteenth Doubtful districts that were Democratic in eleventh thirteenth Doubtful districts that were lican in A fatal disease broke out among the fine milch cows in the neighborhood of Independence Mo ait week which creates consternation among The disease is caused by fermentation in the stomach of the matter of clover on which the cows feed coming in contact with the gastric juice of the stomach The animal becomes swollen to an extraordinary extent and dies in a few houra No effectual remedy hits been found though a few recovered ter having the stomach punctured so us to allow tho escape of the gss HON 11 is lecturing on Commerce in New York In an Interview with a reporter of the Sun last week tho venerable Kentuckian id touching the investigation of Well Rayon Riven us of tho south what we from Therefore I say to our poopie that having what thoy want Crom Hayeo thoy should not now back Into tbe hands of Cameron and for theat to handle I think that to by tho of chanco and In good faith to do so mart the and I to see thn country by ern men now that our have been we WAYS OF THINKING i of Hancock grange hlock fair HID Diametrically and not granted thoy ia fact im- proved highways must be governed by tho principle of the 1 king's is tint all have equal rights thereon While it may not be practicable in the transportation of freight to apply the rules which govern the ment of our postal system namely that a single letter shall be carried as cheaply a hundred or a thousand it is both practicable aud necessary that a quantity line shall be drawn beyond no shipper shall receive a lower rate The specific which it is hoped to attain by the adoption of the measure arc thus stated by T tt provided that freight rates anil hall be made equal to all We Is not now in very many 2 it In provided that rebates and drawbacKs not allowed In any 3 It Is provided the Amount of ahall not be for a shorter thai fur a loncer 4 11 provides combinations by or corporations to defeat the of thn 5 It requires of the rates of freight and to be posrod up ao that all shippers mAy know the rates arc re- t i Where rates are for local commerce anale rates are required to he pouted up and tho t are to charRe more per ton per mile for Interstate than they charge or post up the schedule of the state rates of Ia a rn ann to freight rates anct is lu no way intended to or control those state rated or the a 7 are made In tho for Its enforcement in the y to bo unlawful to do thing prohibited by the or to refuse to do required to be lone by and would be liable to any party injured ta an amount to Imes thn to bo re- covered In any circuit or district court of tho having of tho and shall for each offense forfeit and pay K penalty of not than to be recovered the United hy action In any circuit district court one of sued penalty to po paid co Informer and such suits may be of or jurisdiction equity and mny bo on- and preliminary or injunctions may lie upon proper re- aud the or continuance of any ads or the terms or of the act allegation or proof of to any ThU in ilone on the principle that the courts may in n proper cane that to bo done which the law commands and prohibit thac the law 9 It Is also provided that the of the shall not apply to than a carload when by or lefts than a ton when by of tha the Ahall be equal to all for like that the government mtv be carried for lower than ure to the oral public apd that i he provisions of tho the transportation of elei which may be carried free or at lower than for or to or from public or for of exhibition There is nothing here to embarrass or oppress railroad common carriers by setting an limit to freight charges Thoy are left at perfect erty to advance or lower their rates to suit their views of profit or the ex- of It is only re quired that rates shall high or low bo equal to all shippers and that a greater amount shall cot bo charged for a shorter for ft longer distance on the same line of tation It is only proposed to respect to a class of public ways over which arc transported two j thirds or three-fourths of the total I of our Internal commerce tain common law principles which are implied in tho name of common The definition of a hig vocation is outlined and by principles ia one who for all on equal for all can not eater Into contract to allow one rein or firm or corporation lower than are allowed to other pan he can not discriminate in favor of one locality and or in favor of one of shippers against another without ceasing act in the spirit and to perform the office of a common carrier Any one who considers how rife such abuses have and to what extent they have con filled disconcerted debauched and of merchants more than thu north NEW owing to changes in her constitution elects two turcs this season one ia March last andi one in November The one elected in March last in June the one to bo elected in November will not meet till Tune 1879 The term of Senator expires March 4 and the now is which One of the legislatures shall successor Friendly of a St In The following appeared iu a recent issue of tho St Louis as special HOUSTON TEX Slay terrible has occurred near Burton Washington ty Central Texas A beautiful nine year old daughter of a well known farmer was caught out some Crom the house by a atout negro man The villain nf I her aB In a vise The Innocent victim the fame line of but the her cries by putting his hand hor mouth which he Held ti 1 he violated aud horribly mutilated her person The Hml immu after tbo of tho crime The tittle girl was so Ir that died the same It la the most horrible of tha kind ever known iu Tlie of the without armed and west In pursuit of the who at last accounts had unr been captured TUEY WANT TO have been to a leading newspaper and demanded that the tion of murders and outrages In this stato be stopped and the be huched up aa long as were commuted The knew full It no for papers to try to suppress the ties of their while 11.0 a circulation in Tnu Texans themselves uow look to it tor correct Texas How Iho were by tiie of tha Show to the May stock show at Li Orange yesterday ly attended More than fifty head of improved and ten or twelve line were on exhibition In the evening o w occupied four hours in ventilating his peculiar views Hie was about tho tame ns that delivered at Bastrop four ago He that the Democratic und Republican parties are both that nonvcullonoKro now held of and that gold and silver should be thu ment maku the money ed for business and furnish Texas ten million dollars but ho did not explain whether it should bo tx loan or a gift His speech wus interesting but hardly satisfactory Col Jones was followed by JULUK in a brief address remarks wore upon the condition of the country and the economical rather than the party questions of the day fie confessed his inability to explain in the brief time allotted Mm the present condition of industry and trade but attributed it to causes He held that the causes of the present de- pression are not of n purely local acter for the same shrinkage of values and fulling off in business hud been ex- in England France and many that is now felt ia the United States Tho speaker insisted that the Democratic party was not dead but living and had work before it ond that while conventions often make mis tukes it is to follow them than the leading of ambitious and lous individuals and that the tion of the party must be preserved He said the Democratic party had re- the southern states of military government and restored them to their normal condition in tho republic and since its control of the lower house the expense of maintaining the government had been reduced per year By economy and the of silver resumption was an accomplished fact The repeal of the bankrupt laws would relieve merchants doing a mate business from a dishonest tition and restore confidence among business moil Money could be now at a lower rate of interest than for many years past and he looked forward in the near future to better times in AFFAIRS AT AUSTIN to n Jury Work lu ike Kic Telegram to the AUSTIN from 11 last tight ia a Hiss Lou Jones received painful injuries from collision of the buggy with the bottom ot a deep ditch The she it not seriously hurt The grand jury indictments to the last moment against the land forgers The remainder of this session of the District court will be occupied trying such causes The the case of Summera vs Davis from and reversed and remanded Bailey tt al vs Hicks from Johnson Tbe District court to-day convicted Perry Lickey of assault to kill two years in the penitentiary and K Johns swindling same term D A arrested last week for perjury was arrested day for land stealing Major was convicted of assault upon L E and fined McGhee of the troops brought in five convicts rate characters from the frontier on their to the penitentiary Delegates from two country precincts of county and Ma nor aro divided without instructions between Hubbard acd Throckmorton with a supposed maj for the for- mer DOINGS AT DALLAS THo City Council and tlie and It It lor to tho DALLAS May committee the council visited the end of the Dal las and Wichita this morning to ex amine the high lands and determine tht point to be reached by the road prio to turning over city At a meeting of the council tho committee reported favoring th point at Sand miles from the cily which provoked heated dis cusHion The matter wua finally post and it was resolved that the en The xt LON May to from An to ives abroad thus the which took place in that city About thirty refugees entered tht len of the palace inhabited by Murati and of ive the Eultan Sentinels the entry of these men into the and were fired upon one being killed Troops arriving the back Home were killed wounded on both sides Ali Suavi who appeared to have acted as and leader of tho attack was The has no other Public tranquillity is turbed Ou the Verge of a LONDON Hay reaction from je optimist view of last week by the facts which are gradually becoming known concerning movements before Though theae are to hava been for sanitary reasons came near precipitating a collision The Russian ut one time so near the Turkish works that the latter were manned and ammunition served out and Gen Baker sent an aide to notify the Russian commander that he fire on him if he did not draw The effect has been to attract the attention ot the Turks to the com- weak slate of that portion of their line which covers Black sea entrance to the which the Russians naturally desire to secure in case of hostilities The Turks arc ing precautions in that direction Tlie furl lament LOSDON May this ing's flews nor last night's debate in parliament abed any new light on the situation The debate was rather dull and the house of almost empty During the latter part of the debate there was less than a half rum of members present Lord his speech in the house of lords with a reiteration of the statement that the ministry was ated solely by the wish and hope to cure the blessings of peace and tain the freedom of Europe and the just position of this country LONDON May the commons spite of commune agitations in some publication the stato nml kopt immigrants The proprietors them thuy would crime The NEWS referred ilic above to i's at Burton who reports on it as No mich rape as In that has occurred around hore A while back an attempt ut rape made on a little tour or five mien from here hut the irro waa frustrated and discovered before the be accomplished It was an attempt and as to the death of the they a-e The is and I have the KKVH ihn reports that 1 wore ana shall In tho future continue my reports think Is anything of enough im- to be reported May 18 As 10 the latter paragraph of the O letler about the suppression of criminal news that paper if welcome to the benefit of its perverse bosh Tho M K of the country Tho speech was well received gave satisfaction BRYAN to tho BRYAN May mass meeting was held here for the purpose of establishing for this anit adjoining counties a to be held at this place Committees were appointed to draft a charter open and solicit sub- to report at the next meet ing to be held on the 17th day of June next The is to be called the Brazos County Agricultural and Live Stock association The Democratic precinct meeting elected twenty delegates to the county convention No instructions David Woolf an old citizen died here yesterday Oar candidate for attorney general John N Henderson Esq delivered an entertaining lecture on the Supreme court rules before members ot the bar the other to tho May grind ball last night given by tho Orange Baud in Dr Brown's new hall was largely attended not only by the people of Orange Beau mont added quite s number Over 100 couples participated iu the festivities The band deserves much credit for their music and tbe manner of con- ducting the ball every one en- joy himself Distinguished arrivals by last night's W H Masters general freight agent T and N O R R Mr Thomas of Dallas to purchase six or eight lion Foote and ner Qf Washington D The excursion party for San Antonio Wednesday will number at least forty A Off on a Telegram to the Saturday the 18th 13 miles wast of here Mr Huggins a farmer and Mr Freeman a renter on his farm got into a difficulty about an order for a pair of shoes Freeman struck gins who is about 60 years old twice with n spade when Huggins shot him through the with a derringer Freeman lived but a short time and are bidders the latter a weekly paper of- fering its column's free for council pro The council are wrestling with minor matters with a possibility of reaching the water supply question before the Is will have a special ing to-morrow night The SEWS has been tbe only metro- daily received in Dallas for days This of northern mails is regarded as pretty It is the result of a single washout in the territory George arrested several months ago for swindling Cannon Walker for whom he was clerking and remaining in bound over to the District court was to-day ed on bail Scats are selling rapidly for do concerts Friday and Saturday evenings passed through to day noon for home Marshal Martin is on tho trail of a celebrated gang of northern counter- feiters one of ia hn in tho city to-night Telegraphic com- will probably cause arrest to-morrow by half of Russia but there is no reason to suppose these ships will be employed in the event of war as privateers in contravention of the Paris declaration There is no reason to believe the United Slates will depart from the observance of rules of the Washington treaty There ia no necessity for discussing the responsibility resting on the ments of Russia and the United States since them is no reason to suppose that they would violate their respective en- General Current Noted May Vienna HAN ANTONIO Telegram to the BAN May whose legs wore broken bv the stage accident is doing as well as could be expected He blames the driver who is said to have been drunk The pastor of the Lutheran gation did not return on Saturday as was expected by his His ure to put in an appearance is regarded as an admission of the truth of the charges brought against him Mr Edward who one of the arrested in a letter to the stating that tho of the bell was done by a young Mexican merchant who was with the party and he alone was fined None of the was imprisoned as at first reported This while out driving in a hack Mr Willard D Tyler a ber of the Ohio legislature was thrown from the vehicle and seriously injured One leg was broken and the ankle of he other sprained Weather sultry and threatening rain ATLANTA GA MaySL The general conference considered the report on tho publishing house at all day and the matter ia still pending The house will be continued under new restrictions At noon Kuv Oeo LL D fraternal messenger from the general conference of the Methodists was received Bishop responded morrow fraternal delegates from the African Methodist church will be re- NEW Court May 21 Rightor of the Sixth District court refused s mandamus to compel the school board to admit colored children gins gave up to the authorities or Colored Telegram to the RICHMOND May 21 excursion train from Houston and other points wUh colored excursionists arrived here at 12 IS r with about 400 on board It was met by an enthusiastic crowd from this county Thoy immediately retired to tbe ground selected for thu occasion where they selves until about seven o'clock when they congregated at tho depot and left at 8 30 earlier than was expected owing to the of bad weather to tho May stopped ov r yesterday hoard of health to gave the town a walk round board 01 rains hayo fallen and crop to schools designated for whites Judge Monroe of the Third District court granted an injunction re- quiring the board of health to newspaper reporters tin records of that office Seen refused A Railroad War NEW YOKK May a girder of the elevated railroad was being hoisted into position the chain gave way and it fell to tho ground fatally injuring Wm and Thos Kennedy and breaking the leg of John H inson on Uto Delaware PHILADELPHIA May tho re- gatta of tho Delaware Yacht club day tho race from Point to Chester buoy and back a distance of 20 miles was won by Adelphia in three May Judicial committee of the Presbyterian General Assembly south to day reported the appeal and complaint against tho synod of Texas and it was made the order of the day for Wednesday They also re- ported ho caac of Dr B T Bard against tbe synod of Virginia The pellant fulled to appear and in view of his reported sickness tho report was temporarily tabled Louisville was chosen for next rr ecling o tho bly were made by theological seminaries by commissioners and adopted Reciprocal erecting and salutations were forwarded to tlie M E Conference South now in session at Atlanta In the Presbyterian assembly at the assembly voted down the proposition to formally elect each year permanent ond stated clerks and also entered a strong protest against what is commonly known as lay evangelism Tho ELLSWORTH ME May 21 tions are that the Russian forces on Iho Cimbria may soon be drilled and part of them transferred In addition to those who left last week 10 Russian of- ficer including a paymaster lefl for New York and Boston day three Russian engineers from tho Cimbria passed through on their way to New York The officers in charge are endeavoring to arrange for the conveyance of men to Bangor to take the cars for New York that tions will not be concluded for time and the expectation of the con- gress meeting iu a fortnight is too guine The Paris correspondent of the Times asserts that the czar still insists that the Bessarabian question must be sub- mitted to CONSTANTINOPLE May riot before the palace originated with a body of who were ing to present a petition to the sultan The disturbance ceased ar- rival of police All ia now quiet LONDON May afternoon's Mali GazMe has a Berlin special saying that many Russian emigrants are passing through many It is believed they are disguised on their way to America to man CONSTANTINOPLE May 21 Fiv thousand refugees assembled to day and sent a deputation to the porte ing relief declaring their provisions had failed and that was in- creasing among them THE FENIAN SCARE Continued Excitement on tuo adian Border THOY May corre of the associated press visited several of the principal towns on ths Canadian border and find everywhere the most intense excitement prevailing The Dominion militia are all supplied with arms and ammunition and ready at an hour's notice to concentrate a force to repel an invasion on the adian border Soldiers claim that no doubt exists nn invasion is im- minent that Irish nationalists in large with the greatest secrecy possible are making their way into the interest of Canada with orders to concentrate at different points for an onslaught on Montreal Quebec Ottawa and other prominent Canadian towns theory advanced is that the demonstration is to to the May investigating not r ia days on account of the of one of its meantime the are ing for a vigorous defense Besides submitting the letter of to Die committee the Republicans have em- ployed and Wileon as counsel and will invite here other Re- publican lawyers wLo were in contest ed states during the count points to exciting times The dent told your correspondent that ie had no knowledge of any mises made to any one in connection with tho count and never authorized any He ij not opposed to tion but will any revolutionary attempt to dispossess him of his lie does not anticipate that any will be made Associated WASHINGTON May Ferry of Michigan said he was instructed by a majority of the committee on Finance to report back house to forbid further retirement of United legal tender notes without amendment and to recommend its passage He gave notice that he would call it up for con- sideration to-morrow on dar Tho was resumed After a long debate Mr Thurman moved to strike out all after the enacting clause andi insert a provision placing General name on the pension list at per month A 33 The question then recurred on the as amended Shields on the ro- tired list with the rank of brigadier general and Grant with the rank of general and it wna 30 nays 34 The District Government came up Adjourned WASHINGTON May house is iu committee of the whole on the Army Among the speeches in general debate was an earnest one by Representative Singleton of sippi in favor of the Texas and Pacific road Current Notes at tuc Capital WASHINGTON May com- of the house on Public ings and Grounds have agreed tc report favorably on senate thut the Tennessee customhouse shall be constructed of Tennessee marble Tend ing this action in congress thu tary of the treasury contracted for the use of Illinois sandstone The ture contract the secretary may have to rescind No progress in the organization of the Investigating committee Mr ter returned from New York this ing Sherman has written a letter to the investigation committee which will not be delivered till the committee Tho committee on Privileges and Elections meet Saturday to take up the South Carolina case Butler vs The Finance committee of the sen I HE I Lcr The f- 5 in tn co JUST RECEIVED of ii been for and tion Mid proposed re- is IK by people t ILii ai do tin it is fluty of the national to Lo d at to protect iu far west while engaged in av of from by savages and to prevent lutions of our southern or frontiers by any from either side and further to be able to lend such assistance as be Vi governments temporarily to preserve public peace several and whereas purposes the national is rather than tao large and should be in- thaa reduced n it by the P and house representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania our senators in H be and our bo to oppose any of national army as unwise and to welfare prosperity und of the people of he United States May 20 special dispatch from to the if Falk cin not bo induced to remain ister of public instruction eccle Dr ter of sericulture anil Herr Hobrecht minister of may prefer going to tlie action of an of tho Haumer type The iet will hardly be by tbe Liberals without re- power of the government 11 ay of cial for Lite of gates to a Social ut hatf been prohibited by the prefect of The thinks that Dr Falk will remain in the ministry Tlic Scare VT Mny is believed the Fenians are milking their way into Canada preparing to move upon some of the point in the province VT May rumor tha a band of Fenians were in this city is Saturday and teveral persons passed through here on foot hut were tramps News received thut GOO Irishmen lire drilling at Chasey York fjy miles from here Cunada people believe there a movement for an invasion of the dominion Representative men here refuse to be interviewed AN IMMENSE Stock of Summer Silks ALL SHADES THAT Every Lady Can Buy One KLOPMAN FELLMAN There were but live 10 and a ruse originated and conducted by Russian agents in this country tt en- gross the attention of the Dominion government to her industries and bring recruiting for tho lish service in the Dominion to a stop Another theory ad- is that the demonstration has its inception in provinces to ascertain the exact movements All of rumors are rife It is ly reported that arms and ammunition have for weeks past been brought into the provinces where they are now con- A rumor that men are congregated in the vicinity of and is greatly exaggerated There are without doubt however large numbers of men scattered till along the line ate agreed to report favorably retirement of legal tenders the committee was 3 3 Sherman in his letter after stating the case in full With a view therefore to meet this tion which so far as it affects me I declare and know to be absolutely of even the shadow of truth I respectfully ask and now make formal application to be represented before your committee by counsel in the in- of all charges affecting self personally He then makes a de- tailed denial makes counter charges and asks to furnish a list of witnesses whom he wishes summoned Collector Woodcock from Nashville that deputy collector Davis with one companion attempted to seize an illicit still on Saturday in Grundy county They were attacked by seven men Davis killed one and another A Sheridan recorder of deeds District oE bia Secretaries ator Matthews and Representative ter had a long consultation at tiie treasury department to-day Chief Justice Waite has to Richmond to hold court The president leaves to via Baltimore for Hampton Va to attend the commencement exercises of the Hampton Normal and Agricultural school The president will leave ington on thu o 30 P sr train BO as to take the night boat for Fort Monroe At a cabinet meeting to-day ry Sherman submitted a financial ment showing a deficiency in tbe enues of the fiscal year thus far of eleven million leas than in ing time last year also eight million less in THE YORK May special train of twenty-five cars of which left Minneapolis on the evening of the inst via Chicago Milwaukee St Paul and the Michigan Central Great Western Eric railroads arrived in New York last and was ered to for this morning making the fastest time ever Killed a Collector TENN raid near City to day Deput Collector Davis Shot and killed Josep vails Arrival NEW YORK Closkey was u on tho er arrived Ltre to-day from Havre prospects are of extra promise Young Wise and KaufEman counties fired the first guns for The primaries in next Saturday will result in a clean sweep for the same old favorite hours and fifteen minutes six entries There w ere War Canada OTTAWA May government received a from the Imperial government ibis afternoon announcing that war England and Russia U Firm Shipment of Texan Fruit Telegram to tbe PALESTINE Hay 20 Seven boxes of peaches were to day to timith Samuels St Louie The fruit was raised oa the fruit farm of Dr D S U Smith and is the first shipment this season Explosion HALIFAX May explosion curred this morning in the new wing of tho old Sydney mines A large ber of men are in the pit cut off from all help HALIFAX Slay accident at the old Sydney mines this morning was caused by an explosion of gas Six were taken dead among them being Mr Greenwell chief observer It is thought that all the men are out of the pit Ke at Venezuela HAVANA May 21 An earthquake at Venezuela occurred on April 14th The town of Cua SO leagues from Caracas was entirely destroyed with ing farms The river Tuy became heated to such a degree that fishes sought refuge outside the water Shocks were felt in Caracas and the heaviest known since 1313 Property at Caracas destroyed amounts to Tlie Pope and tbo LONDON May special dispatch from Rome to the Standard says the Pope will not go to Monte Casino on account of the number of pupils ing there The Jesuits are endeavoring to keep him in Rome but some other place at which he may pass the summer is being sought A GERMAN writer states very that in the United States there is such a scarcity of thieves that are obliged to offer a reward for their de- Marine and May opia Herden Russia State of Virginia Arrived Martha Bamker Atlantic Ibex Ida Heine des Anges Edgar LOSDON May American bark Clarence Baltimore for Antwerp reloading at Queenstown after repairs to her lower tier her cargo gave way There is about two feet of oil in her hold The British ship W J Lewis from Buenos Ayers Feb IT for Antwerp burned at aea on the Oih inst Crew caved NEW YOUR May Weser Switzerland Anelia LONDON May 21 Berlin dispatch to this afternoon's Pall Gazette says a for the repression of excesses has been submitted to the man parliament Labor Trod bleu LONDON May Manchester Guardian concludes from the reports oE proceedings of operatives at all points In the strike district that little disposition exists to accept the ter per cent reduction even temporarily ners declare that they would accept five per cent reduction and nothing more This attitude will prolong the strike in- definitely but attempts to secure a com- promise vrill be continued by min and others LONDON May 21 local weavers committee at Burnley resolved not to take a ballot on a compromise SUter Snip to tbe Cimbria PORTLAND May 31 is rumored that a ship to the Cimbria is shortly expected at Harbor at and Abroad BALTIMORE May opening spring meeting ol the Maryland Jockey Club postponed in consequence of tlie rain will take place to morrow To day been clear and warm im- proved still not fast Slay and five hundred people paid sions to the Jockey Club day while more than that number took advantage of a free field aud witnessed the Kentucky Derby Three King William and in the race dash of a mile and a quarter ing in the pools in the order named Edinburg sprang to the lead pushed closely by King William and Dan K followed in an easy movement Thus they ran until the last calf when Dan K closing up look ths lead of both i home winning handsomely Time 2 Second rice event of the lav the Kentucky Derby dash of U There were oG nominations was so great a favorite that poa centered mainly on other horses Day Star being the choice eler McHenry Solicitor Earl of conEfield Respond and Charlie Bush were the signers Day went forward at drop of the tap and was never headed winning amid the est enthusiasm a good second Leveler third Time 2 the ever made in this particular state Last heats Jennette Ad- venture Joe Palmer and Mollie McGinn started The first was won by Rodes Adventure second INTEL LICENCE BY HI VII Mr Oliver Clifton of Jackson hss been elected of tiie Supreme court of that slate The bar of over tured in the south was rolled last week ut a miil at Chattanooga Tenn The rivers of Mississippi are being stocked with white shad ana streams are to be similarly treated Edison's wonderful inventions the telephone and phonograph have been accorded the place of honor in the Paris There are more than eleven thousand lady telegraph operators employed in Great Britain Their wages range from 30 to if 11 70 a week Gold mining is being practically in Georgia The has 20 mines operating stamps which average slOO per stamp A Macon Ga man has invented a three toothed saw that turns perfectly planed and ready for the penter and painter The New York Assembly has passed a the proprietors of ull hotels over three stories in height to at least one escape Bishop retained Alfred Russell as counsel in case of a trial by the bishops Public sentiment appears to be crystallizing in favor Gen Shields visited St Louis Maj IS when he received a regular ovation many of his old comrades during ths Mexican campaign paling The and Louisville has been sold under foreclosure It brought and the Unds ing to it brought 10 to 20 cents per acre The Order of founded a monastery on Island near Savannah Ca on the old Hampton piace presented to them by Bishop Gross Col Robert II Crockett a grandson of the famous Davy Crockett in a in Arkansas for state land com- missioner He is described as a chip of old block St Louis and vicinity were by a terrific storm May 13 which did a great deal of particularly to the Fair grounds which was ia tlie very of the That the south still has de- against the north is shown by the fact that seven of cucumbers were shipped to New York from Fin last Wednesday Tho total expense of the deportation who to be executed ou th wua rc by Gov until June J not known the placed on the tlie rope adjusted und all ken The colonial of ordered to will have on the f I will be an m Chicago to Now York s duly on the subject and t may be Mrs tbe widow of ATill of Charlotte Ya him Appeal Tax Court a more to state taxes en city stock held by htr tin decision of i and arc Lot for state tarts on city bonds or stocks held fcy them While Gea J C was ii the Cily of Mexico recently he bought diamond that mice the I1 was given by the emperor of to Maximilian when hia lence the latter it to a faithful who found it to it The College in will be June J ing On June 11 an the elation will be by Rev A T A M Malamoros Mexico On Wednesday June 12 oration the Literary societies by Hon N Potter LL D of New A crats to nominate Chas Krancis of and John 13 Gordon of Georgia in they in two Democratic leaders who satisfy wull the supposed to be dearest to hearts and add high to this qualification Never in modern times has been a period of famine nf in the last livr years First in Anatolia key then in India and now in China und Brazil Tuns of thousands died starvation List month from this cauf in were reported U as many hundred a day Government have done what cm but arc to deal with A Berlin dispatch dated it is reported Unit in view of the attack upon the emperor the ment has to propose or ever introduce hy on the freedom of tut tlie right of will it ia be to about common action on the part of Germany Russia England the States and other countries where or communistic symptoms hove PICNIC Second Sunday M AT Mi S i m i An K t j fill F T wo f vi 17 I vj VS H X TliCa- h fir i r v i T r f i'M ia ta ill TWI s r f IS HA I'M JL for- r H A 1 BLESSING PHOTOGRAPHERS AliE STILL AT THE OLD VT stand Fremont Street and turning out work thf HU of which fa not ta had it is by ha by tho of i and that work to We have a full uf help nor in posing A of a- vry LEVY WE IS 115 Street News Have junt opened a of White and Brown Linen and Duck Suits COATS of all WHITE VESTS at all prices A WHITE and HATS AM FELT in the recent HATS TRUNKS AND VALISES are uU Kv t t T rt isle ir fVr lnt V i r CO Moi P r for cdn or a A H 6 J I Tl p Palmer third Time Second heat won by Adventure ond Rodes third Mollie and Bell Palmer distanced Time 1 PABIS Miy F de grange's chestnut filly Clementine is a strong favorite for the French Oaks Prix de Diace which will be contested at Sunday next Hay on the favorites for the Derby stakes will take place on the 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