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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               TOL. XXL ATLANTA GA., SATURDAY 8-1, PAGES. PRICE FIVECENTSr S HEIR HORNS LOCKED. MATTERS SROW NO BETtER cl Screws in an Explains iy tUe Advertiser Anta Commission or Kolb. TGOMERY, Ala Staff .noudonce three ballots, with tonous call of the roll from Antaga to on, continued until 10 30 tonight, dis- Kolb, Adamsaml criticized their action as imperiling democratic sctety, that President Adams issued hia boycott notice From tlnayou will see tho Ad- vertiser w us based neither on the Anburn res olutions-uoT on the boycott, bat plCttsued for purpose the integrity of the threatened I saw Kolb and associates puU- the wool of thfr honest aHi- ancemen of the state I saw these leaders training with independents, greenhackers, sore- heads and et ery element antagonistic to de- mocnxcy I saw them bringing about a mon- grel condition of things which would restore the worst features of the days of reconstruc- tion I had no personal feeling in the matter Tne aad no feeling in the matter It w is tho simple pe.formante of a public louuial owes its leaders, igers alie and of the alliances being imple public i but little change in the standing of the d ity w nuh a public join As indicated lost night, Kolb's to warn them of tbe A inf. dates A s maicawu Once he wert effect tlrts iniquitous alliances being i strength was Wholes Once he wert fo d ,Wch had no U and then dropped to 230 sjmpalln morracj Actuated by this O. i s DO eh-' highest ngures Just be 5 Adjournment tonight the friends of t np fftjohnston, o4 Birmingham, rallied their p and recorded lib votes for him Cip- C -ook went up once to seventy tliree U m irked him as a probably eloj mi; Re dropped to forty four on the illot Richardson, of Iluiitsville I tl e 100-iPork once, and quickly becan e t.ct interest He too, dropped bick figure The friends of d ii excellent work for him during the cst good relat oiib with the fat Lion- MA.Y BT THK D-IKK HORSF uc dent of tho twelfth I illot de--. cloned miv to be tho dark ho'-se of I amar couiitj cast AlUa foi tho presiding oftiter Colonel inn Tl e humor of tins gentleman t him on eiulid terms with all the Me? v. I ilo his personal fatness is well -li lit humdrum of the instil ctcd nn jrf, hoA> t. er resume i its monotony but Spare n wlio predict thatDensou it> the is M t to ik the ice "Jtong tl o 11 Bht session Hon E T Talin read the platform, which jinug document, exj leasing genuine doc is. The platfi rm follows rut i: t" mg ok patriotism, knowing only the Uemo ciatic port> uid blind to the existence of mere 111 idtia s, the crt ser fought for the elcc I tion of lemocratit delegate-, to a state tion on demociatic lines and foi tlie nomination of a taiulidite for on his recoid as a tried and true demociat So Careful was tlio Advertiser to no cause for impugning tho it did not null are A prof ei once for any man for 1 1 en Captain Torn Jone-- in A ftEAVEYAlB SPEECH. 1 If Q ALL 8 tTJCG WHERE BRAVE MEK GAVE UP LIFE, reaffirm oin t l nerLlotUml retold tliat all trims and unalterable tlie time hoiioied pnn i I jrtv as promulgated by r Jackson anil m tiuUuiied uwer la lodged in the peo subject mil} std hmitattoi.b tcTlereu e on tbe in the tion of tie i lilcril ai il HionragU of i nil -11 K lent appn.pn inons 1 j eiil'Uuf the Utc lor tliat iur ntion.il and -ell i f urtner ho I th it any vtnme ssen-i or rtj in Y of 1 "i U1 uiairteEM tt t then t "Tiam miust 1 ir lou a ily en lor-o the uise ami riotic oa I he veriimentot of i ich t BUbitantial reiliictiun classe; nd Jrom the ellcot ot ii.h tend to op thenuiii> tor the Unent oi the miUne o that ammmt 1 1 i ubhc n leimc Dj tax I iJion d not 1 the reqmrvmcnts of jji set ili.nitlel i mmibtranon of tin f gOTeniiKiit Hme and .ibrold -inT su. h ot public as may un er the couttitutioit ot nitea iroperlj uiulertJikeii bj l autlionty declare it to be tlie duty of our CT. em _ ____ tho t oh' i of our city of publication the coirfdfliit of Lee and Gordon a man who shed bis blood even after the war closed in defence of his neigh b< rs b ie km.jhth, eouiteous, cultured a of such stuir as are the Bayards male a man of this tharactei so pure am' u isuihcd he had claim upon p it did not support because by so do i K wo been art use i of moti trymjto a liaiue tlie in terosts f a. cm lulate I bt these things thus 111 detail to that the poi formed a public duty from the higfhest patri otn us A.s-to L vpt mi Kolb himself hai e pub luhcd matter net 111 i spirit of ut on but to inform peoiilc of the lectrd ol a mini who sought Uie highobE honor m then His record us commissioner of ture was n fair suhje  ei rt uls ou which he had free passes It was m L power to answer the charges bv oiheMl doc in cuts if they existed One cose lb> Mr Bissell, of Wilcox, he was forced t idinit and his onlj explanation was tliat he 1 made a mistake Here is a 'ottei from ijr minent manager, who is Known all tho union, which 1 ask you to read for pur-elf A DOtl.Mfc.NT IV EVIDENCE The letter w utteu in tvpe-writer read aa foi lows Mr P Class Ala- De ir Iti me t >nr til >r E the Sistutt I hordl> think it is to the >t mi couutv to int che nmn ni rcti r K K ou le able to pet Ami K. WltH Belntf a Perjtai-ei' ana ot attonr Over the Union. May 30 greater crowds than usnal attended the memorial ser- vices at Gettysburg battlefield, drawn lorgelj bj the fact that a great part of the members ot both houses of congress would, be present and that Senator In gaits was tho orator of the After impressive services conducted bv Grand Armv posts, and trie with flowers m profusionjnhe throng assem- bled around the rostrum where Senator In- galls was introduced by Mr McPhftrson, mas ter of ceremonies Mr speech was long, and only extracts can be here gu en JNGADIS S SPEECH Mr President he sanl The bait e field of   andofprricf of triumph of sadness ol deleat oi final rise m the heart it the repetition of that name The High tide of rebellion broke on this field along rocky hills in a flood of blood and ne that ebbed at Appnm ittox das s ttna in in let to an epoch ami cave l and state to ait  r_ e oi color depemls son 'he (.ontnmcd artinn iitiatiou ot public b> the part% t UK li alone com jnebth-nitUligenf exj erio e md !S5ar> to nenetuaiB the 11 Ire" gtyverii Uiit therein amltbatthc- out nuatu u tho lower of tuat is th" 1 icst dnt> ol all liitemen i tli.it uy to  ou with a pene that indica es the intensity -which Uer'beneath it He has served his stite in tiirScient proof from ther roads-, I preuun he is artmg the same way with others as he is with us The surmises to the wuter refers resumed Mr Strena 'were to the effect tint L aptain Kolb v it. using passes on othei roads in tho Siime 11 He rote to me later that he hid examined tho canceled coupons, and found that they had been used on the dates indicated Mr bciews with preat cTrnestness and energy I isked him if it w as trrto that the of cireu No sir, he replied omnhaticiOH "Oui circulation is Boater than It has The people oE Vlab una are too spirited aud independent to be coerced by boj cotts, or to iteone then reading matter fiom the Ixanl-i f a "Muse 1 o numerous letters from alliancomeii 11 hich prove thit they un dersiaml the methods of Kolb and Auams nh ch assure mo that the course of the crural aab been for the best interest of tho atate itliout prosumn s to take part oi bide in the quariel of a contemporaiy in another state, this much at least is IK t out of place Vdiertisci lifted-.pUjed raie courage m the It has been often harshly so but itb editoi is one of those men who had to do battle 111 ret onstruction times and the method then was to stuke straight from tho houldci o-v cry wine Tomorrow morning at 9 o clock the call of he roll will be resumed Ihe farmers ecured boarding houses for the season, and propose to iight it out to the end to ioc an immortality emial t M trillion Mai--.t HI Mote and Vt a erlu The uiator wh) spevks upon this uo matter nuw ffreat hit tame or iiaiue will (lv the Btuncutl >UB tnictetl hert- jnil sink into thit great man who stanUnify alinobt w itliln of the spot deiii cated the pUcc almost twent> v< ars It is just live t-mce the lact "hit was 11 five je UA the were nur-diaVd f< r the last Thej awsembled within the shadow of the dome of tho capitol tin y h id s vv ed The splendor of tlie vernal sun ilm initiated the ijd shimmered cm rho it gleamed in its glorj tlum the ot the leju-venated republic It was a Uost w thout numl who wekomed with a t haie been cele I rate 1 and the 1 nited states would have in peared and in itt plate tin re won d tome JM tty imtionalltieb discordant and iMsHinermt Hdtt not more than ntUliou mou olTfrwl their prote rica of our rejiulili would hove disappeared limik.tr Hill iktown, the at hieveineiit ot our all tint n in onr histiirv would lie sentfncts in oui a  like tlie ill th it i-dead Had not tlie-.e iiieu died hber y w. mltl ba our epitaph our past; would been n eit is trophe our i recent would have stuulniR armies in and cusConi hoiibea on all t orders. Othei war-, were fought foi conquest, ami iti m revenge dynasties and but no such pus sum-- animated our went f r ideas t'lej endured haulihii s nid death to save our and our trom de st rm t on tjbdt the states might be inaiaBo'ublo and th it the nation might be perpetuited HE HAVE A W.Tai K 1 IjAO 1 leas are immortal The> cannot annihil ited I have sometimes tltought what would been our emotions had the rebelliou been sue :esstiil Suppose tho dome of the capitol stooped from intersecting streets long before ihe hoar foe tTie procession to move .Decorations along the lmo of marcb, ind all over the ctty for chat jnattet, weie tlie finest ever seen, here proceasaon moved at 1 o'clock in tho stt- to bise Suppose Robert Toombs ms insolent wwfcCe to connt trig ithin the shadow of Bunker lid! slaves onument Sum ose the stars in 1 stripes had do vn defeat beiore the stir-- amUai1- wlut would hav Icon n fi r einoti sel >a t I 'ft- my __as well as in the piping davs of Fresh from tlie ranks of tho confeder ------y whose for tin cs he had followed for Surf years lie re tune I to Montgomery and Iiehiad to resuscitate the prtiser, which fcia been suppressed bv or tor of t'ie federal authorities Phiongh the columns of i paper he defended his people from slanders of riilicahbin, rallied them to the standaul of democracy, imbued Qiem with his ow n spuit of and sell lance and bl the w av ro the glorious re- iiption of h 3 state fr m the coils of radical 4m and negro ri le I lorn this i n perfect de of tbe man itul of lus work tho in- tensity of his conMetioi s may bo Budged '-gnursad deimcrar into life and strength11 a felt it as a parent er his child, and -was his 70il for the welfare of this i vise ?Meh he held so dc ar that ho tinallv drifted with the men who were at the of the new dtunce movement, which Jg Up among t le f inner-. Xam m fav i of the 01 jmuciplos of :ers alhinco, said he m ueginning always felt tliat In democracy the would find their best protection iples of the alliance bung "based justice, meet my fullest endotfse- It was not until certain leaders of the "'kaaee went to st I GUIS aud misrepresented Mir people, pic lBod them to the alliance m caucus, -with the Knights of or the accomnhshineiit of ends, which __ decisions of the only party through strength white supieniacy is mide se- Ielt thAt tlie time nad f warning sound THE QUARBEI, 'It is not true that the Anburn resolution J oE tho Advertiser had anything withmyopiObitiontoCaptainKolb he sessions of the alliance I published %ong the cunent news of tbe day an article ut the action of tho Liverpool cotton ex- m regard to the tare on cotton bag- The same article was published in as legitimate s of the Following this came resolutions which iptly met disproved and disposed of THROUGH A An Awful Accident io I ives Lost FRANCISCO May 30 A tram wont through a drawbntlge near Oakland this after noon and several li-ves were lost The tram as a local one connecting Oakland with San I rancisco ferry boats A yacht had ]ust passed through tbe draw and tho keener could not close it in time The road curves sharply T, short distance from the creek, and when the eneineer saw the draw could not be closed m Lime to stop but his train was too heavy and he failed The engine with the tender and hist cai went overboard and the front end of the second car broke open and many passengers fell into tbe water The car winch followed Ihe engine to the bottom soon rose, and such of the passengers as had escaped weie picked up by yachts and other boats which tbe scene Ihe cirwas towed into shallow water, a hole cut in the roof and thirteen bodies taken out A list of the Identified is as follows Mar tin Kelly of Oakland, assistant chief wharf- for the state 4. H Austin, oi Fhelps of San Francisco Miss Florence Mis Brvan O'Connor, widow of the deceased member of O Connor, MarTett Co ban Francisco J K Ewmg, sewing machine at Oakland E B Robinson ban Fran Cisco LIUEI Maehfcta San 1 rancisco; Captain Sacramento, Mr Williams San riapuseo H Auld, colored Honolulu, the two Misses Kennan, ban I ranusco The thirteenth body was that of a Japanese bov supposed to be H Malerta of 6 in Fran t iSeo ItHs not at all certain that these are all who lost their Ivvea A late dispatch the engineer and fiieinan were both saved MK8- AtjliY'S CLAIM lonless fir im self t have inpli ro tint ill men miclit lie th it oiiio time bv some des the union might h been rest ired I mid have kept in some rtt repositoi> some eii I lem of the st4tr-i and stripes wlueli 1 would mj children Lo u I cherish "V >w in IKW o! the orenrroncts of the last two dajs in the extinct cjpit 1 of c le ext net unfed era I wish to sai a %v rds I 1 ave no de SUP on fins sit rtd occ ibion to 11 sub IPCt thit Is me with the s ein 1111-5 oC the hour ut unit the ideis lor whuh our dead d ed were they died in But the resrret tliat seems to be felt I vour adiers.mes is that in tlie rebellion tlicj failed to biievecd HT SI VNDKKS LFK Robert F TjCC w as un one of the preat est soldiers of the f Uiancter pure of lite arid with a line ige leidinp; bick r-o the morn hip of patriotism in this hemisphere He wis without lear without reproach H id he adhered to the sentiments pressed shortly lief >re the rcl elhon he won d toiLtv have been tho f reniost c tizen of this republic He was d the i mini in 1 of ur armies I or hve >earK his sword liad been 111 der tl e >t the rcpul lu He had 1 eeii edi eited it hti expense and had t ikeii an oath to support her institution and 1 er laws I ut he viofiled Ins ath put aside hia svord and took tho lead rship of the most causeless relMjlhon since ho devil rebeled the sanctity of heaven ml jet in perjury aind in vi >hition of faith and ion r on a daj f >r twentj 3ears made "a reel those wh profess to aorepted the re nits i the war in jood ocea in in ill other anniversaries of the 165 days of of mint t d alone knows whith tide was light To make the constitution of the nited States the snpr me law ot freemen mil ions enlisted and th gave up their ,vives were widowed children orphaned and yet >ne hilf of the rising "eiicration 13 taught ;hat od alone knows winch was right racred on hundreds of battle fields ?.ow the snn rises on no master and sets on no The shame of the republic is washed out Liberty law of tbe1 ___was right If we were nut right if nationality is not better than Accession then these ceremonies are without Eigmfirance Tre war for the union was the groat est crime of the century and our soldiers rank nth pugilist- who fight in the ring r the ch belt of the world If they were not right national is fiction altv a name and a fatal malady "Ins tendency of the south ,t I e resented This is a day of To Pi onerty In Btor Husband's j.o m j Salt for Divorce. Ala May 30 natharme Mx-AnnaHy has filed suit for dtrorce froni her husband, Pat McAnnallj charing him with cruelty and drunkenness She also obtained from the court an in i unction restraining lain from coining on the premises, or in any way interfering -with the property Me Anally ow na impiw ed property worth and has an income something like 000 a year from rents Ho is seventy years old and his wife only a few vear> Mrs McAnnally clnims the prop- erty as her own, and is trying to obtain sole poiesoion They are the parents of the first? child born in Birmingham, and on that ac "unt weie a lot m the iHJjrt of the city the raonev in suburban pf operty, winch is now SSfi, worth Mrs MeArmaTly bases wor ce and for all, that since tliat time they I iier claim to the property on the ground that, t been mentioned, and form LO part of being- the mother oi the chrfdon whose ac 6 quarrel with Captain it, it true that I have opposed Cap- Kolb bet ause the alliance had boycotted jW Advertiser The fact IB, that Kolb, dur a Auburn convention, and ever after- while traveling over the state, at the expense, presumably m the interest of iroauy was in leality pushing hie oandi- for the governorship, aud tho Advertiser engaged in_ earning tlie his was not xmtal tjie Advertiser had ttention to record of count they received the lot, she has the strong- est claim SAV ANTONIO, Texas, May 30 Information reached here today irom Laredo that it has been discovered that a largo number ol Mexicans m tliat and other border twtmsare engaged m organizing a revolutionary party to mifade The leaders ot the movement will ba arrested If fonnd on Mexicansrat, SocU an undertaking is regarded folly. n a dntv we owe the future tbat our relations to tliat it c inflict be understood and that our dead did not die in It 13 not necessary to dispar ace tlie bravery ol adversaries Let them rear monuments to their dead and cherish their deeds, let them eulogize the lost cause, let them worship their leaders let them carrv their stars and bars These are matters of taite which they must de- cide for themselves There ig no otlier country .nder the sun that would permit such trans- actions Thej ara our countrx men united to us hy common heritage, so they say, but they assert tliat Lincoln and Davis, Grant and Lee I and Jackson were and that 'God alone knows which was right it BT of the vileot t> pe and needs rebuke The senator was listened to with the greatest attention and frequently applauded THE GAKFIEtD ternoou was chief marsBal, I? t> S- Myer, adjutant- with the iollowing assistant general? CJfflonol A JacAllister, Colonel M tTnited States army, Major W. F T, Blajor M B Gorj and Major W 3. Gleason. first division was composed solely of the Forty-aocoud ragjiraeut, Colonel JJon A Par-, dee, commanding, Grand Army of tbe Re- o, Nineteen posts and Union Union Commands, Sons of Vet- crarfs, ruue catnps Sfecond of regiment, Oluo National Guard r Cadets, Columbus, EuolM Light Infantry, Cleveland Third Reg i in out, West Virginia National Guird, Wash fngton, Infantry, Pittsbursr, Sheridan Sabres, Pittsburg, Hihernian Guards, Knights of Temnjeinnce, K fles. Jackson, Michi- gan trailing Gua Battery, Clev eland, Brooks Battalion Cleiolarfd, Cleveland Grays, Battery Ar First Ohio Light Infantry, Governor Campliell, of Ohio, and staff mounted Thud Cleveland Troop of a dotaoMirient of sailors and mari- ner5! from the Imrted States steamship Michi- ffoni tho president and vice president, mem- of the cabinet, General bcliohed, of tho arnty, senatois and representatives in con oiitors ot the day, and other rep-oseii tatfvcs 111 Fouiih Knights Templar, thir leoh comru uidor es I Pittsburg, Detioit, Co lunibus C'evelaud, and towns in Oluo were together with oflicera of the graiid eucainpu ent and of commaudery of 0hio, mtti thoii personal staffs of Pjthias in uni- foiui, thirteen brigades regiments and divis ions Sixth Uniformed Rank Odd Fel- lows, sit ReAenMi St John, thir teen -xssembl es, pf St Matthew and uinfoinied ieller cainers K jchth an "Warriors' associa- aou "jPirst Pieusseu Veiein and out-of-town utions chtucb. societies, all Tenth Hungarian civic so- cieties Eleventh misccPaneous en ic societies a Twelfth enroot aad iu carrxages AT THK CKMKTURY A concourse of people had preceded tbe procession to the cemetery, and whon the ex ercises began there were thousands congrpga- and about the great stand that had been erepted and 011 which Tiere seated distm- uests President president of tlje niemo- naf association, presidedund after "Ainenca1 bjaen sung by the menional chorus lie j as follows Abraham Garflcld a _____kofOlno a brave, apatuotic union soldier a slatet-mdjia and SLholar, and president of the T nited States having died in the path of his duty of all the sta'eu and territories and of the District of ColumDia and eapct iaHy his of the city of Cleveland and of the extern Re en e, tided b> mam good people in other lands erected tins tneuional ami eu during structuie to nerpLtutte his lUPmorj to iufnre Th'b noble purpose hus been Hrlv emheddetJ-by the eminent architect "VTr mciuorial stnictuie fti the i i-eachce" oft counted mu tttudc ot witnesses I pon moniLs tbe dii Sm. essiug will be invoked bj the I Ri liishijp At tlie conclusion of Bishop I eonard's ex Cox of Cincinnati, deliv trod tho oritioii of the The hallelujah chorus bv Handel was noxt sinij, aftoi President Himson Vice PrtHidcnt Moitoii membeia and ex members of thr cabinet the genera' of the aimy ind tbe eriior of Ohio wero prosanted SPEAKS H WTISOII then spoke as follow 'Vlr hail nan and Fellow I tlinnk von m >tt simerely for thtd cordial greeting but I shall not Ue letrued hv it into a lengtiiy speech Ilie selfcti u of tins day for these diy ritcd to the memorj ot th MJ who died th it there might 1m one h >nor a.rd Hitlior itj m this republ L VppUufie] is mint htthit; That one Ihig rnciroles us witli it3 folds toda% the unrivjled o7 iect of our loj il [Applause j This m mmiient so imposing and tasteful fit tingly tjpihcs tlie grand md symmetrical ter of him in whose honor it h is been huilded i e His was the irdu greatness of things done No fnenOly hand constructed and pUctdfor hit, ambition the ladder upon which he m hti limb His own brave handrf framed and nalle 1 the cleats upon which lie to the heights ot public oseiulnosBaud fame [Applause He iieier ceased to be a student and inatrui tor Turning from peaceful pursuits to jnny serMce he qiiu kly m istero 1 tho t ictics and strarecj, and in a brief army career taught tome valuable les sons in military science [Applause I ui fiom the held to t ounoils of state he >d am the debaters tiiat have made our n iti m il i iijyreiB illustrious he been or done aa president of the States is clnetU left to fnemUy augury based upon a career that had no incident of failure or inadequacy [Applause The cruel circuinet inces attending his death bad but t ne amelior a e of life was civen him to teach from his dj mg bed the great lesson of patience and forbeaiance [Applause His mortal part will hnd honorable rest here but the lesions of his hie and death will continue to bo instructive and inspiring incidents in American hist >ry [Ore.it applause O, "Weep for the e was5 sung by tbe memorial chorus This was followed by brief ceremonies bj the Knigbts Templar after which the doxologj was and the bene diction pronounced by Re% T D Power, D D of Washington Then followed an impressive service by the Knights Templar, Grand Captain General M Grand Commander Henry Perkins and Grand Prelate L  Toledo 11 t ase hit 0 errors r> Bat Keefe aud Bridges iitely aud Rodgcrs At R Chester TV Y -Only one game rain prs Kobhester 4 luse hits 15, err  Fhret   2 Pittsburg base J- tiwing-, Galvln and Carroll At [Brotherhood] Morning game, twelve 8 base hits 9, errors 4 Buffalo babe hits 16 errora 8 JJ Ivilro bount antl iKurphy Keefo Halligan and JOack At Columbus 5, boso bits ".errors j Columbus 1 base hits I' errois 3 WcMahm and Robinson Boston and O Connor 8 b ise hits 11 errors 0 base hits 0 en 3 B itt right an 1 O Connor aud Uobni'-on At I'bil Icveland 8 basehitalO errors 1 PhiUdelpliia 4 liasehnsJ error" 0 and id Schnver At nd 4 boae hits 5 errms 0 PInl ideiphia 1 base ts errors i Wadsworth and ,er smith and fachr ver At game Phil idelphia 4, babe lilts 7, en ors J hit ago 2 ise bits 1 3 and King and Boyle At hiladclplua base hits lr> errors 1 Clura0o t use hitiS errors 2 Bat and 10 s Par ton and Farreli At New bisehits J errors 2 Cincinn iti base hits b rrors. 4 aud-n-Murjihj iore 1 It-ilil-mui T ,ew York base hits 2, Ketiian _________ _._ and Murphy t arson and "Mack 9, base hits 12 errors 4. DECORATION DAY President Harrison Addresses the Asaem- Tliousatids O May 30 Garfield me- morial, in Lake View cemetery, dedicated today with imposing ceiemomes in the pres- ence of the president of the United States, members of his cabinet and distinguished men from all parts of the country The memorial is a colossal structure, towering 165 feet above the eminence in the cemetery which overlooks the city and surrounding country The edifice cost of which amount one-lialf was contributed by the people of Cleveland, the remainder coming from every state and ter- ritory m the union and from many foreign, lauds The exercises ol today began with, a parade of, military and civic societies, the procession forming-la the center of the city and moving to tb a distance of five miles. Tho thousands of Scattering; the Spring Flowers npon tlie Soldiers' Graves. WASHINGTON, May 30 observed as a general holiday in this city, and all government departments, district omces, banks and many business houses-were closed The day was clear and pleasant, aad large numbers of people attended the ceremonies at the various cemeteries, while many others went fislung1, on picnics or on excursions The procession moved from Fifteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue at 10 o'clock, up Fif- teenth street to Pennsylvania avenue, along that avenue and M street to the aqueduct bridge in "West Washington, where the parade was dismissed The column was composed of Grand Army posts, Sons of Veterans, district militia and mounted police, and at its head marched the full Marine band Services were held at nearly all the ceme- teries Those at the Soldiers' home and Ar- lington, under tbe management? of the Grand Army, M ere of an imposing character, tionsist- ing of music, vocal and instrumental, decora- tion of graves and orations Congressman Boutellej of Maine, was orator of the day .at Arlington, and Congressman Morse, of Massa- chusetts, at the Special services were -also held in German hy a large number of German veterans, a: Prospect Hill cemetery, where the onftoro the day was D. Skutscb, editor of the Wash ington Journal. IN KKW YORK.. SEW YOEK, May" -30 parade in thia Itrtafr as that of th wct3 equally as t people pfyyfriffipTWftfj ftfi rors ian and Baldwin T At New N base hit's G errors _ Cincinnati rrors 2 Murph-v and. At BrookHn 4 bise hits errors 6 St Louis 3 base hits 7 ei rors 5 Matti more aiidjl ry Kamiev and Mujn At T-ouis 3, base hits 3 errors 4 irooklyn 4 hits 8 errors 3 Kam ey anu Muiijrer and Frj Br Aftern Brooklyn 1 base hits 3 3 st J base hits 4 errors Bat DaU aniiVoy M Inrlook andMunvin At Brooklyn 4 aae hits 4 error3 3 Chicago 6, base hits 8 er >rs 2 Busliong and Terrj Hutchm on and Kittredgc At Brooklyn base hits 9 errors 11 base hits J 2 rrorr. 5 Caruthers and Hughes Daly Hutchmsoii and Brighton Beach Kaces NEW May 30 races at Brighton Beach also brought out a preat crowd today The port was marred by a bad accident in the first race three quarters of a {ranch won Inaignee (colt) second Little Jake InrtP Other starters Little Barefoot Captain, famio Hay Lakewood Repeil Hearst Ojda qiuility, Dave S, Hern-t <.aJlus Han C.aruner Mulligan Wilfred Jav Little Adilie, Slumber Cold Stream and Franco Time I and Gailua Dan collided in the stiet  ern iflemocrits, and all wunt to get awav aa early as possible QUAY'S LITTLE TKA'PYRTY The TepuMic-iu uational executive commit" tee met'al Senator QuaJ's toiughi Id was a dinner party, but the business of the Tflittee was around the board Tha malTtor of monev for the campaign and othee questions were freely discussed Quav htni. self brought up the question of the efforts that are being made to depose him from tha chairmanship of the national committee I( is needless to soy that Ul present were Quay men, and renewed their allegiance to thw boss It beems that Harrison himself fearjf the Pennsylvania-US for he did not make formal demand expected Qua> There it no doubt how ever, but that he the Penusyl vaitian to step dow n and out but he fears to maka the demand of the committee jftst now Quay knows that, and is determined to hold out and see that some oliier man LS nominated bj ther republican in 18'U Indeed war m quiet w ly has undoubtedly been declared tweeii the president and the boss Ihe com-, mttteo decided tonight that a national tion law wdi to the success of tha party and will request the republican caucus committee of tho house to it _ E W 15 HE THI. Third race one mile and a six nth Dolv won Tanner second, Little Jim third Time 1-onrth race seven eighths of a mile Faustina, won Centaur second, John Atwood third. Tiine Morris Parlc Races. YOEK, Mav 30 spring races at Morris park toda> were aitendel by an enormous thronp, tatimated to have contained fatly WO 000 persons First race, two forlonga, Fordham won, Civil Service second, Timothy third Time Second race half a mile, Bussell won, Captain Wacener second, St. Cbarles third. Time Tfiird race, one tnUeT Cyclone Colt won, Migrate second, Cayuga tmrd I 41 great event of the day was tbe Bfew York lockey club handicap, for all ages, at each with S5 000 mile and aquarter Tonny won easily, Tristan second y Cynosuretlurd The other starters were Lavinia Bell, Cortez, Ai mont. Learoy, Tarogon, Badge, Montague, Angeles Fifth race five furlongs, Parolma won, May second, "WoodeuttertJiird- Time 1 _-i deadheatbetween Flit- Treasurer File Makes Confession of KI9 Defalcation May oO has leaked oufl that Toh C tile, late treasurer of the Luther. an Orphans home, is a defaulter in about 000 File has been treasurer of the homa since 1872 It was the policv of the board ol directors of the home not to touch the ments, winch year after jeai were made, but to defray the working expeiibes of the institu- tion fiom interest and donations Tlie partic- ular accounts bearing upon the latter hava been found to be accurate in particular. The defalcations are confined to the endow- ment fund Tins fund should amount to 000 File had several times been ordered ta make a report to tbe directors, but under ona pretense or another, he failed to do so until ihe last meeting, when he broke down and ad- mitted having misappropriated the funds Ha was allowed to depart after having handed over a statement which showed that the only securities be was possessed of were some sixes, railroad, canal and other bonds, ing altogether to some Of these, soma are utterly It is believed that tha only assets remaining cannot realize mora than SO 000 "Mortgages and bonds and htocks which had figured continually m sa many annual reports, were found to be ficti- tious and to have been used by the treasurer as a convenient cloak to account for invest- ments that had never been made The direc tors will decide at their meeting on Monday next what action to pursue "WAS ABSENT, The Blxth race, one r ter and Sam Wood Manola was third. Tune 1 42. The other starters were Drumstick, Eoyal Garter, the Bourbon, Pormtto> Lotion, Vivid Martina-Colt   pndeand honor toCominaTid, nor w my exalted esteem-far t.enera.1 B. TL Vr ever my views now of contest ana my duty aJan ex confederate soldier nndcr a Timon and the citizenship it carries, the glory my lileistlut I ssrVedin ho army and distingu honor ol commanding sucu r nd division. in 3T aeon MACOS, Ga-.MaySO.-tSpecial >-Ona fired or more people attended the ra at the Hotel a fastwoomofflieliotel -was sarred a war-tnne "hard tack" and coffeo. present were some ot the most war-tnne SPAPLRl   

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