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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               VOL. XXI. ATLANTA, GA., SATUBWLY MAY 24, 189ajTgN_ PAQES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. NEGBO ORDER TO SOLIOirY atS VOTE Hf Z-H.F CLOSE DISTRICTS. SOME MORE REPUBLICAN VILLAINY as the Illustrious Colonel Buck En- te Necks Under clt Beols as a Cleaning Pastime. May }-The j on elections, this afternoon, unseat tv. o more democrats, Colonel Venablo of Virginia, and Representative Blliott of South Carolina and seat In their stead two negroes Professor John M Langston and James Miller, respects el J The aetion in both cases was induced by the on the part of the republicans to curry lavor with northern negroes who hold the Balance of power and who withm the past lew years have been drlltuig toward independent politic U action t 1I.CHT ON THE COLOU LINK Tho enable g ton c. e is particularly -Simiticant Iho decision to seat Langston M not popular with Ihe white republican leaders ,n the-, mlh w ho w ere aj; i list him almost to a man but it was rather clue to the mtfirven Con ot negroes, m Ohio and oilier states where slnownai 1 ilnind 1 mgstoii is a graduate >f Oltrlii c 11. ,e Ohio and dur- ing the I .st -iu.pa.gn h s spell oratory was II aid ou t! e 1 u til ,s pleading for the re elect 11 of I c r iker I he V enible-1 angstou   than the democrats did It wis apohti .1 battle f stnttly on the colo line the elw tion was o. er and Lang ston RI.O co that he would contes Ven.l esseat Mihotie used e.ory effoit t break h m cl TO 11 but Langstoii 1 in uenetrj tiou en to mo to 'he national republics' committee and u ike a deal by which he wa, to -.til in Olno 111 i other northern states return for Oui> s support in his contest Hi election committee ratified that bargain As-OTKEP CASK In the Elliott Miller case tbe same moti obtained Miller is to be seated m order t futn-> i political cap til for US" among tlie ne-r ws of the north TYis samp motn e induce 1 them to agiinst the seating of CJeueia O1 in pKc ol Coloue1 Morgan in the fourth Miss ssippi CLalmers was a s-Hithoru Brigadier and isgciienlly accred ited with being the author of the slaughter at Fcrt Pillow where b> ndreds of negroes, w ere put to aword Ben Wadu s report of that bu' ers is to fresh in the minds of the negries jt the north for them to be propitiated wit1! the selling of Langstoii in I Miller on the one hind, and Genenl Chalmers on Uie THE DAY 11 THE HOUSE Mr Slower ol New York introduced a bill MI the ho .se subjecting oleomargarine to the is ous of the laws of the se. eril stitcs The house then w ent into committee of the whole Mr linrrows of M lugaii in the chair on the river llld halbor bill Mr i hctt of faouth Cai >Una moi ed to m crea e the appropuatioii for imprc u in jaw bay South Carolina froi i SIOOOOO to ifliOOOO Lost Mr Hifrt of Illinois moved an amendment to   the canal was refoired to the committee on rivers in 1 harbors and there mipht be a ques tiou as 11 w hether that reference ga. e the conm ittce jurisdiction He (Mr Turner) did not I o ic-v c that it did Buto.emf the com mittee had acquued jurisdiction in that way it could not i roperlj include a c ma] scheme in the rneraurt harbor bill as had been deeded in preceding congresses Feuding i decision the committee rose 1 he appointed McMiUm, of Ten nes-sce is referee on the customs admmistra live bill m place of Mr Carlisle excused The h mse then, at o o clock took a recess Tint I M o lock, the en ug session to be for the c nisi leiition of prnate jensiou bills i NEWS 1OK K1TMMI.EK tottld be compelled to hold that the ot ipeals had committed an error so-gross as to" ewnve the prisoner ot his constitutional glits Tho court has no hesitancy in "saying cannot do this. MOKE SCALPS TO BE TAKEN. he asepublloans to Oust Two More cratgt From WASHIHGTON, May cpui- rttce on elections today acted three of je penning Bdntestod elcchoa cases, ind tlie wiD probably he aa increase of the re- ubltcan majonty m the house by ttvo nipiu- ers The cases decided this inormng were hose of B from Uie lourtli "irgima district Miller -vs. Elliot seionth onth Carolina district, and CliataioiH vs Ibrgan, second Mississippi district In the rst two cases the committee will report in of seating the republican contestants Langston and but in the Mississippi ise the report will be in favor of the sitting tnomber, Mr Morgan Before the tnll committee met Representitn e Lacej'ssub-committeeon theClavton Breckin idge case had a short session Inch w as de voted entirely to the discussion of the further order of p-roceedmgs EJ. General Garlind, as counsel for Mr Brec'diiridge ox pressed 1 desire to submit- further testimony ipon i branch of the ca e Inch has not 5 et been presented to his satisfaction Chainuin 1 aeoj rein irked that the sub-committee was disposed to admit all pertinent testimony but ireferred that this be tikeii bv deposition in irkiiiSos or verbrflv in "Washington- as the sub-tommittee did not desire to %'S1J Vikausns Mr mil submit formal application to continue thelase next Mond.y LEubslan TO TBOUBI.I. I .idles ol Soldiers Insult Turkish Coi CONSTAVTINOPLK Ma> Al ascer- tained that the ladies belonging to tho Uus-sun embassy weie assaulted while vidiking al BuvuLd. re w ere jiot the diughter of the chief of the embassy and her goi eruess but Ins wife and daughter Iseitber were the offenders Turkish soldiers, as at first stated, bat-were a lurkish othcew and lue students SAILORS TO TMF KB1CVK The ladies tiere talking in the garden when they were by tho othccr and students who forcibly kissed them A partj 01 sailirs belonging to a Ens-siai. dispatch boat happened to be in the garden They heard the ladies cry foi help and ran to their rescue They captured four of the assailants but th. fifth succeeded in making his escape for tin tune being The sailors c omened their pris oilers to the KUSSI.III embissy and delueroc thorn into tho keeping of M Ucnelidoff th Ivussi in ambasvidor Tlie clay after the saultwis committed tho man ubo mide hi escape was airestel ind lex Red up at the em bassy, where ne and his companions are sti' detained The Tnikish authorities isked tliat the pris be turned, o .er to thorn for mil ind pill out Air Denelidoft refu-esto transfe them to Ottomin officials bismg his refusi on tlio ground that lurUsh justice is illusory The affair has ciea ml much comment an, .1 leared th it it -Bill result ill be the Russian and crmuentb 5ABIISLE WILL SCEBEXrOCltJ.TIC UMPRECEBEHTED COMPUMElfg Paid tj> the New Member His to J __ finance Cmtumttde SJesired. K loldnig any tonnal confejtettcs, the doiw enators have Carlisle ucceed Mr Beek on the 'finance committee, and tue assignment committeewillrecomnJeiiO' o tlie vice-president that he be assigned Jo hat committee EQCrPPKD FOB 1HP FIOHT Coming to the senate, equipped a-jlie to deal with the tariff question, and coming o-rar, the senate in company w ith the tariff VlH) hleh he has studied to attack, the democrats recognized at once in dpn.- e of senatonol tradition, that tUe >ropei place for him was on tlie finance coia- nittee, where he ean lead in the tarifEiignt There been no -controversj over the ques- tion and Mr Carlisle will be given an opjof- unity to himself that no man be- fore him has had ou entering this decorous jodj, wedded to form and tradition WILL BF SWOR-W IV ON Mr Carlisle w anted to be sworn in todaV, but his credentials have not jet arrived will probably take his seat on Monday i COSTLY CBUISEB8 Ot? STRANGE o'cossoK's FOXCGJSD THE STRAHGE EROM IRELAND Sf nde SAH TOE., May There Dismissed, m tbe court here a 'siuti Bgamst Thpraoa and Dennis DRAWN OTATH QITICKSAV I> Ee Mainly Try pr K Xfte Citizens of a Whole ill to Save Hiui WOOPSIDF Jj I Miy2! lames S PIT sells who-nil anii.M dispatcher in tlie New York post-office, met a terrible death hat uiday menmg mthis village I'arsclls recent ly built a house at Woodsulo [or himself and f imilj ind hid a driven well in the yard from which the w supply for the house as oo- tau ed In order to secuie a greiter force of u aid decided to add a section of pipe to tint hrough which the water was drxwn finm the grmild J o clock aftciuoon ho begin t di a hole two feet in diimctei 1101111 I the He had dug down about Mte et and w as near the end of the. pi pe, -n I en lie felt himself sinking and at once shouted to his son -nho-rcas above to throw a rope to him Ho h id struck quicksand and before i rope could bo tl rown to him, ho was down t the waist in the a uid His son quickly summoned help and in a few minntes half the population of the was on the spot A rope was iiiiallv thronii dmvn to the sin-kiiic, mm who Senator Dolph Does Not Believe In a, ILarga WASBINOTOV, May of Hie ni.il appropriations bill was resumed bj the senate The ippropnations committee aineno- meiits striking out the items 400 000 each, for the repair of docks and building sat Boston, and Portiinonth N H -wore dis- agreed to and these -appropriations remain in the bill beveral other amendments reported by the committee on appropriations to strike out other items for the same navy-yards were likewise disagreed TO They were how ever, the text of a discussion over the general policy as to the continuance or closing of most ol the na. y yards of the country This discussion was participated in by Messrs Gorman, Call, Blair and Hiscock Pending discussion the silver bill was at 2 p m taken up as tintinished business and laid .side in formally The tariff bill was re ceiled from the house and referred to tho om mittee on nuance Ten thousind copies ordered i nuted for the use of the senate Mi Stanford addressed the senate in id Tocncv of the bill introduced by him some days ago proi i ling for loans by the government on_ agi [cultural lands At the conclusion of Mr -9 speech, upon his motion the bill referied to the fminco committee Mr Pugh sn-re notice of his intention to speik.-ti the sihci bill vthenit again comes up J. APlllOrKr VTION BII L The na.al appropriation hill was igim taken question being on the amend- ment to strike out the item of 000 for t'ie mi] ro-v eincjit of the plant at the Poitsmouth IN H n ivj yard cussioii w is renewed, going o. er qui s- tions of the public utility of navv yards ot political scandals to which their v, his gi. en rise, of coast defenses, and of policy of building up i sluing navv Unas earned on bv Messrs Blair, Hisco( k Hawley and Dolph The litter made an eTaborate speech to prove that tho expenditure of money on such ships as new cruisers w is a useless wiste that the posses sion of a strong wis only an iiicenti.e to war and tint the correct poln y was of liolting batteries an I coist fortifications Ho summed up i two hours speech b> sa.ing tint -whilst he w is in fa. oi of i y of reason able dimensions he was not m fa.orofcon structmj; the ships ic-coinn ended in tho pond ing bill and tint while a peifect c'of-'iise of c lasts required i 111. v ai well as land fortih cations land fortifications ought to be the fust provided as they weic the most necessaiy A bill w is reported by Mr Pasco and placed on the calenuii foi tho protection of actual settlers in Florida on linds on which deposit- iiia p ice lit around his body, but all the ettoits of tlit so to pull him out ailing anl t.ank until his head onl> could be seen ood obtained a long: nibber tnbo one end homanvcred to insert 111 1 s mouth vhrough which air was pumped to keep himalne a men round hmi, "but after nearly tn e of suf tlie unfortunite man died from exlnui ion It was 10 30 before his body was lifted of tlie -well Some of the menwhoweie caine near smking into the quicksand iid meeting a similar fito Parsells who waa bout jeartof age, a widow and urge family _____ A NORTH CAROLINA Tho tinted States Supreme Court Decides lliat He Can. be Wired. ".SHINGI-OV Maj 2 supreme court of tin I mtcd btates today denied the applici tion f i writ of error in the caccof Kemmler under sentence 01 death bj electi city Op n aon lij C [net Justice Fuller Tl o oi n on tirst recites tho proceedings in the lower court lead ng up to the bringing of the ca.se to this court The couit sajs that it is in Kemmler s behalf that the four teenth imeiulment is T. prohibition on the state -of the imposition of cruel and unusual punish ment th s being included in the term "due process of law Tho origin of the phrase 4 cruel 1 unusual the court was the English ict settlement ol 1688, and intuit that biibiio is methods of punish ishmctit should not be inflicted Itmeintthat aniisl uid nrt be sentenced to death by toruir but did not i lean that the death pen altv itself was crue1 rho c nirL ot appeals lie opinion says, held that tl e puiiisluucut inflicted on Kemmler unusuu] but tint there was no evidence to si iw that it w 3s cruel The legislature of jbew 1 ork hid lactr bearing upon the question ail he court must presume that the legisla turc bid il ised the punishment it thought less cruel th in the loimer mode Tbat de- th court says was not against any spec .1 pn.ile'eset up by the prisbnerand j Umlvright that the court just I 1 in oicr-rulug it The fourteenth anion hnc it did not materially change the 1 theory of tho government Citizens fitill it n in citizens of the state and of tho V11 e I State lie i ly chinco s that the amendment Sun i 1 us in ijdi ioml guarantee against on 1 neiit bj tho state upoji tho fnndameiita nghls i f tho citrous The privileges and linim nit cs of of tho Lintel States arc m Iced piotected by them Those are pri. ilexes out of the essential natur< and ol incter ot tho national government The com t quotes tho opinion in the Hurtadi coso on the meaning of the phrase 'due process of hiw The e in the form of deat] within tho legitimate sphere ot the legis lam e cr of tho state The legislature o the state of New 1 ork detirnnned that it di  The dismissal of this suit recalls to mind one of the most shocking stones ot crime ever recorded in the criminal courts of Toxafl In 1854 oldThos O'Conner organized an Inab. colony M Hefngio county, this state In 1869 a tow headed youth, thirteen years old, presented himself before the older O'Conner, Informing that gentleman that he had just arrived from Tratoud, and tbat lie was the orphan child of hisbroMiBT" Tho boy gave Jus name aa Tom O'Conner, and tbe benevolentiincle took him and provided -for his want, and treated him as Ue did one of hiff own sons, Demusand Thomas The orphan, Tom how erer, ivusot a shiftless and hardened disposi- tion, and soon grew to be a source of great trouble to tho old man. In 1871 the elder Mr aherd-of cattle for the Indian territory in charge of John Dee Tom O'Conner, the nephew, went along with, the herd, and while en route, the cattlestampeded and Dee requested Tom to assist in rounding them np THR MTJIXIHTOOUS DEK1> The latter refused, and on the same day, while-Dee was lying on the ground asleep, Tom was seen by two of the hands to get a meat axe and deliberately split Dee a head open with it He robbed the body of and escaped, but was captured in a few days and tnedand sentenced to the penitentiary for life Old man O'Conner died in 1883 leal ing a ranche covering n. e counties in Texas to his two sons, Dennis and Thomas EKAPPB4ES AS A FOEGKB The funeral was hardly over when derer, Tom, presented a note purporting to be signed by las deceased uncle, for against the estate through lus attorney, ex Governor Ireland This dismissal of the cose ends a remarkable suit_______________ WITH THEIK SONGS ThoOvertnre From tlie Atlanta Presbytery Declined, AsHEVir i E, K C May 2o the Presbj tenon general assembly the report of the standing committee on publications was con- sidered seriatim It was adopted, after stuk ing out the clause recommending that the ie ort of the committee be printed at the same ofitce us tho regular proceedings Concerning an o.erturo from Transylvania prosbytaiy asking theasfembly to add to topics nine and eleven of the mnatne of sessions the words chuich members, the committee rocoin mended that the request he printed FROM ITLANTA PRF3BYTERY An erture was read from Atlanta presby- tc-y asking the assembly to consider the sub- ject of psalmody, with a view to supplying the church with new hymns boots better adapted to the use of churches than the present The committee recommends that the over tnre bo declined since the o-tecutive commit tee with the sanction ot the assembly has put its imprint upon psalms hymns and spiritual sonfrs, w Inch seem to be equal to tho present requirements It w as recommended that no books tiacts or other literature should be pub- lished by the committee w Inch ha. o not been of imincd bv at least two of tho examiners, and appro, ed bv a majority of the committee 1 he report of the standing committee on ed ucatiun was also considered seriatim and a 1 hat part recom correspondence, read a letter, preoared to he sent to the Keformed church, of America, ac- knowledging the receipt of a letter from the delegate appointed bytLe Reformed church, to bear greetings to the assembly The ossem bly would send no delegate this year, but as- sured the Reformed clmrcli of tbeir unabated interest and joy at tlte tokens of di- Tine- "favor an the prosperity with wh.ch they been blessed auditing committee examined the ac- counts of 4tev Dr "Wilson, treasurer of the assembly, and found them neatly and prop- erly feopt -The cash accounts show a "balance of The report of the committee on the Sabbath was brought ttp and adopted The last clause refers to Sunday newspapers as encouraging evil They flood the land with pernicious literature Church members were asked not to countenance them in any way A CHAIB FOR HIBLE STUDY Rev Dr White, of Texas introduced a res- olution asking for the appointment of a chair for bible in the theological seminary and 0r Hemphill introduced one asking that the salary Xor JS'K) for John "W Dabnej recently deceased missionary to Brazil, be appropriated for his family Adopted The report of the committee on systematic beneSc once the consideration of wh ch was not finished last night, was again brought up A motion to add that collection m February be applied to church erection was carried The report was adopted, as a whole RISHOP MAVGOOD VRESIDES OH, BE IT OFF t CZ.JJSS.SOfT SfOVTS AT A JtOSTOJST CLVB JUHETIAO THE SUPERIORITY OF THE AFRICAN Over the la If tbe Laitec" la a Proves Him- self to be Uie Boos SonUi Hater Over the Methodist General Conference at St. ST Lours, Mo May 2J Haygood, the newly consecrated bishop, presided over the general conference of. tbe Methodist Epis- copal church, souttt, the morning After re- ligious exercises and the adoption of a memo- rial on the death of Rev Nathan Scarrett, of Kansas City, tile regular order was suspended to allow consideration of tho committee report recommending that tho board of church ex tension establish system of mutual insurance for churches This led to a Jong debate Some strong explanatory of the difficulties in carrying out the- project made by Da-, id Morton, secretary of "the board of church ex- tension turned tho tide against the proposition and tbe report was rejected A resolution to give colleges and institutions that are under the patronage of the church new publications of the publishing house on appli cation was adopted The recommendation by the committee on education that the corresponding secretary draw a saMrj and do certain to worklbo given to that committee "Was 1 ud ou the table A similar proposition on behalf of the com mittee oil Sundaj-schools mot tbe same fate The committee on publishing Interests re- ported favorably the proposition to es 1 teacher in South Carolina and Lived aa honest life He 13 now ma med and disfigured One log is broken and healed at angles. One arm has been br ind now piralyzed henever I hear of the chi. of southern men., when I hear of the of our superior Caucasian race I tUmk ot tins poor man and his injuries 'V.l onl a j ear ago ho appointed postmaster it Abbe.lie lliat booted and to lus h ime dragged him from his bed stripped him Lieu 1 mi AitU whips of bribed wire ou him. ono alter another breaking one ot arms And one of hia tegs wore n> The noor mail knew them all Hia offense was tliat Jie win a republican and that he bad been 01 pointed IKI lor a republican administration t> a wliicli they were deteruiuiccl he sliou d never I It ?sas, an unequal n it tae aiijierior S.Eton race, armed, to one mior member u! Afncan race unarmed After worL. a dec lination of the office was- forged in his uanift and sent to ashington and an ithcr nuur pomtea As soon is he was at.le he ca no Washington on his c rutc ea to tell the story Jf hia wrongs All that could be done was to place him as door keeper DIOtlK I.IF.3 AnOlTT THE SOOTH This is but one of the many instances in tha soath where are not allowed to ho d office E.erysort of terr >rism is in. to pre vent it First ther" IB i peicefnt terrorism to prp.ent any one from going on their bonds ISext, there is the terrorism of notaries alia couiuy clerks or omc-ertt with sea s to prevent them fr ira. certif. ng to the sufHi iciev of b li tnesa means fail open and siiut Inctlio Is are invoke I to pre. ent a republican ir im h i! omceTn a dem- ocra i ro-nmimity There are hundreds of com- munities in the south wb re no republic Ju of. anj kind is permitted to h ild office lliere ara- thousands of communities litre a republican it he happen to he black dare not take im office 1C appointed to it A democ r-it ma. 1st his pe ico anjnUere in this land li. of a republican e heis a rejmb. {lean um> not vot- at ill or el c not h counted T publican may be i an I trie 1 in coiiiinunitv in any "tate In of communities m e sc uh a democrat cannot c.eu -rre ted mu h less tried and con political ci.me nly is thtra this republican I ill uf ..r to plead now but democratic delLnice of luv ard mthorlty still fartlu-r S Y. s COCHTS 0 I-M Ol C F LAWS The courts of the t nitml states are also macto outl i.vs in certain states ind denied their autuur- lt> and abridged of their power and tlieir lelt to sit beTl 'csa in their seats unable law or tlieir o An processes or Mi lit protect wit- nesses called nefure them If the first duties of the "oveniment are to insure human liberty and protect human life then are thi> larsest Questions now before the American pc, So 1 came to this traditional lountam of Amer- ican intelligence and true courage to asl American who is a republican. THE SPORTING WOKkD. Result of Baseball Games Races At 4 base hits B errors" IomsviHe2, base hits 5, errors b McCuliougu and Tov, Meakm and Kjajl At Broold} n Q base hits 0 errors Buffalo 2 base hits C crn.ra 1 and Kinslow, KrocU and Mack Game called at tlie end of tlie sixth inning on account of rain At New "iork 17 base liitSlD errors C I'lttalTiirB 10 base lilts 10 errors 10 c'ch buarrott and Murph} bclmiidt and Miller At 8 base hits 9 errors 2 Wtsburg 3 base hits S errors 0 and Kelly G-aUinand Car 3 base hits 0 errors 3 Boston 4, base hits 5 errors J Bat and Shellhasie Lincoln and AtTew ork 23 base hits 23 eirorss Chicago   lived One mistake was that tbe I mtcd States lid n >t settto this question inimecliateh attheclioe of the war, f >r tlio wir changed -ill conditions of citizen- ship Be'ore that time citizenship waa a matter of state and only Incidentally of the nation The .erdirt ol that conflict; changed the conditions amended the constitution, and niade supreme the allegiam Co' the voter dua t) tliel mtedStiti-i The nation is now face to f ice with a sovereign power it shall allow i.eorRiaisSoiithCarolina.oranystate. t lire.cot an American citizen fr mi exercising: his constitutional right to -vote t et the states rule their own affairs The n can -coil- cede that to tlo s.cith But in all elections iffectiug tl e men or United -jtatc-s Mena ors or it is the dutl of the I nitc- I States an 1 clearly within it" to set mic-h safcguar Is about tha. voter that iie shall be allowed to cast Ins lOttiia neaccami ha.c it faithfully counted With tha rlimbltean partv hi. full power-congress will be aa false to posterity as to itself if it does n jt Ita inwer under the constit ition to make American citizenship equal and complete m ill parts al tha ro MU f B There is a lirger question in this than that of politics There is a Question Of humanity and dut. to Ood When Mr Orads came to Boston, and with a speech as swept as the music ttiat felt iroui Da. id s harp asked the north to shut its and scar It6 conscience and let- the south do> a.s it nleased lie asked a (.rcat deal more than tha nortl! could grant Kien .1 the republican could forgot ita conscience before >el and co- lon 'er seek to protect its members in the sonthern, BtaS-. andnolonKer Mjek to make the republic lionest still there would remain Chnatiao. conscience of the nation t present petition must be m-ide on conscience Americans who belie.e in the humanity oC no I that if the south cannot settle what is i ailed tlie ton them question; an i iri.e ill citizens the rljrht to w the cmteit StitSsraust nnd wi 1 sett c It. The cry-of OM nnurti th the nftir ijrnfinnt and tnereioro Vote lonRcr" heard. TUe case is on that l-irt of the argument Tie nation has gi.en the liiack man a v ,te. and the nation should see that he if allowed to cast it And by BiahrbillI or a km Jred measure the nation go.iig to help the soutb rid itself of black and White t wmTKs IN THE SOCTH The crv of ignorance too, is false in a larga part for the census of 1888-howsthat, while there were three million blacks who could not read and write there were also 1 TOO 000 whites who could not read and write so that the inferior bUck race, as it 13 called does not suffer so very much cotmt- uruiiiiTOu AUW icwui- 7 errors Cleveland J, base hits 14, that this overture be docketed and ij-Sfa iLttenes-Ciinningham and Milligan, in the minutes to come up before the Bakle. and Sutcliffe Bakle> At Boobester 4, base hits 5 eirors I. St Louis 5 base Bits 8, errors J Batterles- Barr andSIcGnire.Kanisej- andMonyan at Stars 0 a errors 4. CotonSKTl-ase h la 2, errors 3. B ttenes- Mornsou and Bnggs, Cunnor oonfeaerateeoltUers, LOI.IWIIXB, Ky Mo> Sjiring meetina ot tlie Louisville Jockey club closed I race one and one sixteenth mile. Blarney second X third Timel wK Second race, frro furlongs, Keatnce-aan, paraiso second, Kosc Howard th.rd Time 1 1 W U Tlurd race, ono and one ouarMr mile, Hnntreas 1 to otUPl 1 "DE'MOCBATS HAVE THE pl-ass Mr Clarkson closed his speech with some> democratic doilies of e circulation ofoiieOTiI- circulation or oiiemii- fiSi'atdThaH Sd lion am lions and a half The republicans ba.eWW wrtha circuiationof overll 000 eacl.. ibm third- Time 1 4By4 Baces at BrooKlyn. i.. May race, five furlongs. Blue Rock won, Bella B second, Tormentor third race one and one sixteenth miles, HoSm wST, rrather second, Onmald. third. furlongs. Fearless won, Etttx T second, Komlta tnird Time let Colt woniKtoESUndge secoi auontedlt-an4 the committea-discbarged. OREEETIKaB FKOM TUB BEPOCMBD CHCnCH. Dr. Campbell, from tha coamatto on, foreign. 'aecocfl, Biapafctiurd, 1 Tauacr alaa A TheaterEfor Birminebam- new __ tha SPAPLRl NEWSP--   

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