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A VERY M1K DEFEASE.
HIXWELL'S STORY CflTTlXUED
BEI'OiiE THE Jl'KT.
Additional Erldfnro DeTflopfi
Aaluitt the Prisoner Prfller'i
Bodj Ag-aln Examined.
St. Loirs. Mo.. May 27 Ody
enall per. ion ol thacrowd who di sired
to bear the proceedirgin tbe Max aril
esse were allowed to enter tbe Crim
inal txuit room this nicrmoir, and a
large cumber of those who tlid ta'n
admittance wete oidartd to Iwave liy
tbe juiic, "lio Ira'tl tt at tbe tluor
would tall to under fucu a uravy
Mr. Faun'leioy.of the tl funfc, con
tionrdttie d:r;ct nanrmition f the
witntM. Ileaxkil Ilia ilrfdi iUnt why
it iii ihlt his f i tier and mother t.n 1
not come from their home at tMinnjr
Bank, Hyde. Cheshire, Kni'la-ul, w lim
their Bin attnd charged with aurli a
I The prtwrtition ojc'ed tt thia
, . qneation and tliey were Htiflained.
j: la cont'nranre of hia Htory of the
! j crime trie wit ii'ih bM in (tub tnce:
j "Ketn'ning from Auckland 1 arrived
j In 8L Litis in charge of tha Niata'a
' oIlicrK fom tiuie in Angiut I ilon'l
I remember tlie eiati day and was iin
niriliktrl y place 1 in jtil.'wheie I have
remained ever airr. roon aftr my
fiica'ctr ition I nit this inai who let
t fled undtr the name of McCuilongh,
hot 1 never inai'c any arrangt nintitii
' wiih h'm aa to the manntr in which
' ! my Mi-n e ehonld he con hu t id."
' Hut how about hiat'ttimony, in
larrnpted Mr. Faunlloioy, "in which
tie tttted that yon con let we 1 ti having
mnrJerrd Mr. 1'ieler because ho
would not furnish you with money
j Icr Tour trip to Auckland
"Ilia whole alalemeiit," replied the
I w-itues. "was an infamous lie from
beginning to end. 1 never raw the
I letter sigied Mann which h says he
wrjle to ins until it was prctlucttl ii
: court. 1 never tried to secure Jalte
1 wltnetHM ncr to nuiQul'itf tura a tous
j defense. My at'o neys terived a let
: ter from loine one signed Ntrn'ton, in
'which Ihs wriier stated that he it at
j willing to swear that a ccrp had
j been lirnngl t to the hotel on the d ty
S bufoie Mr. I' oiler 'a dta'b, and that it
was tho one found in my trnnk I told
my attorney that all such ajbetnei
Mr. Faumlaroy showed the Utttcrto
tbe wilnprM and asked him if be cquld
tell by whom it was written.
Tbe prcsecotioa objo. led, and Mr
Fnntlarnv aaiil that Kn ifit irnil in
J show the Jury that an attempt had
been mtdett entrap I he delendai t,
; and ttat McCullough prcb.bly wiote
' The objection wai suttlned.
Coniliuini bis ita'ement, the de
1 fondant laid: "Mr. I'ldlir wai at-
1.1. 1! - f . f I . I
j leciea wuo a uinema oi a pr.viie na
ture iime time bffjre the attempted
, opjrat on, and I have no duaht ilut
j to stricture which the ormatirn was
. intended to remove res u lied frcm it."
I Thawitnea was then withdrawn,
with tbe understan ling that he would
j be allowed to testify again should it
be found that any
Lai b ei omitted.
S ma raosii-DTioN
thrn took the witness and proceeded
: with the crow-cxamina'icn, and in r
- ply ti queat oni atat.d that, In lotio-
ductd bfinaelt aa W. II. Ltnnnx
! Max veil ti Mr. Preller on hoird the
Cephtlonla soon ittr Laving Llver
: KI, but that was not his nmo. "I
:, assumed t' at name rlmoit inimndl-
n'ely attr leaving Hyde. I never
told acy one why I vlt, nit even my
father and wo her, fori naitv:l to
'come to America arid 1 kaew thry
I would oppise my go ng. 1 begnu
itudylng physiology, anatomy, chen
)tr and mudiiine when I was about
i twelve join of age and ait'iuled lec
ture at one (f tbu hoipitas in Un
do a and bpcami prjflcient in tboie
jbranchis of scieccs. I alio ttuJied
( "Whin did you first infirm your
. parents of your whereabout! after
, leavirg ilyuel "
The deiense oljcced; obj etioa
overruled; exception tnkeo.
i In reply to qirs'iuns about tin
, rnagio laotrrn be s i 1 it was ne t l is
; own, it belonged to a Mr. Hidebr. t om,
i of Hyde. He valued it at about 1 1.
! Th Witness almittul that he told
r Mr. Warren, a passengorcn theCepha
c Ionia, that hia father ami mo . her o-e
dead, and that be bad xpeuted to In-
harit a large properly, but whoa llm
i TroTishn ol his latbcre will hud been
i carried nut he fouud that be hid vmv
( little, Heroafeased tint this wnall
l fa'si. Hea'eoadmitted that thestatc
i ments In tl o letter written by him to
Mr. rrellor.thatths witness hedfjund
i in the Ocuettt that tbe College of
'i Obrlet Cnnrch hd bes'owed upoi
him tbe d'gtees of "A. M. and 11. t."
beranse h ha I held the degrees of
"A. fi. and M." for icven years, ne e,
wholly untrue were lit s.
, .The medical bock were again
I brought out, and tho prisoner was ex
j amined as to why be wrote after his
t name the titles " M. D , 11. M. and M.
I D. C. a" on tbe fly leaves.
Witness denied that his purpose wai
to deceive, and being pressed a to the
n reason, replied tbat it was for hit on
pertonal aratiflca'ioa to suns extent
I Being quoationed as ti tbe time w hen
, hewrrti the marginal rotee in the
l ade. Mecum about tbe bo:t method of
' administering chloroform, the witnesi
I acknowledged that be testified in bia
' diree'. examination that it was within
eom twtlve months before be cime
r to thia c unt y.
, "But,"' said the CMinsd, "this note
Is signed W. 11. L. M., and yon did
i not awum that name nnul juat before
i you Iflt England. How could tlis
cote, then, have been written in any
! exopt thlaconn'ry ?''
1 It was written in this country.'1 re
I Mr. Clover cf the prosecution
i brought out piominently at this point
' the fact tbat the witnee bid looked
' at tie marginal ootea during the teeli
i mony yet t inlay, and bad repeatedly
i said that he bad written them in Kog
, land and tbat oae at lea t most have
: been written in thia countiy, a wai
abnwn ty its aigoature.
i In reply to que tiens as to tate
mtnt in a letter written on tbe Mon
day after tie mu d-r br tne defen'V
ant to Mr. Warr n of Boeton, s aiing
that be a-.d Prtlier were gong ti
Texas, the wiinert plied that be was
at t e 'Inn under tbe inlbietice of in
loxioating liquor and therefore did not
rtm mr wuy lii) had wr.tten such
and sucb tie gJ nd ated in thii rr
that mann Jr. ar d in rei ly tt ell qncg
ti ids intr llu v "1 it i "wby.""wh-u,"
or "otJT -.ewcr-d, "I don't know,"
or lo i l lexe .' . r,
s" H-pl ir i' to
w li n in Ji .i. t' i.
an al e vd cif r .
jM nt t r of Vr,h .'
i ni lo wby,
ied t'-at it was
en wrl t 'n aa a josh.
'Toen yon ta a j'll'y trip to Kan
F ciff i whenyru kn-'w ir. l'r.l ei
W lii g di a l in St i.oui?"
M).7, Li," ie;liei (Loviiucsf, "t1 it
t cineed by the cLamtiane wnicb I
"Did you buythe champigne which
made yon ert hunioiom with Mr.
r-elipr'a motey 7"
" hf re did you oh'ain this ?'' show
ing the w tne! a forced diplomat!
t in It jj al ColUga of Surgeons of l.cn
don. ' It wai written bv nre."
"Why did yon wiit i ?"
''Simply aa an exercise in penman
kIi'ji, to keep tm'f in prrctite "
The witness explained the nature of
a stricture, and the methods for treat
ing it, Kaymg at the s rne time that
lie had ojicrated for stricture while in
l.ngland. ".VI v cathctvn now are at
the bo toni of the 1'. cilir fti-ean " Miid
witneas. ' I threw them overKoard
on tny way to Auckland, because 1
watt disgusted with it e whole t.lluir."
jliuwiliieMH maintained his diret t
to tiinony given yestcrdav in n-gard
to the nt ry of the murder up lo 'he
time when ho made the frond pur
chase of chloroform, but was tumble.
to give a satisfactory reason for tear
ing the labe.on the bottle in the drtir
The remainder of Ulcerous examina
tion was almost a repetition i f the lat
ter part of witness' died tea imony,
nodirtli r duinaging admissiong or
contrd cti- in beinir niad-.
Toward tho close of the examination
Mr Clover, of the proaecution, linked:
"You say yon havo ilestroved or lost
.the letter in which Mr l'reller Htute I
that he would pay your expenses to
.n a land :
'1 don't th'nV lsbited that." replied
the witness "Ho said ho woul t lend
lues unit money, as 1 was short."
ion don t mow whcl her you tore
the label off tho chloroform bottlo or
"No, 1 d n't know."
"And voiir cathetem nrjt the bot
tom of the I'aeillc Ocenn?"
" 1 hey are "
1 Can you stat , Mr. l'.r-oVs. why it
is that von have lost all tin evidence
that would prove your innocence, ami
have only tho evidence thut proves
your gum :
"I am not aware that I have "
This concluded thu cro s cxamho-
Mill! IVIDKNt K AGAINST MAXWELL.
The I'o t-IHnpiilch, in an ex ra edi
tion this evening, states that after t o
pollination of Maxwell's confession
lust Wednesday week the body of
l'reller wild exhumed and the parts
which Maxaull swore in his testi
mony to have been diseased were
disserted for tho purpose of aster
taining whether or not Preller had
Htillered from stricture or other pri
vate ailment. 'Tt o rosu t of tho in
vestigation was that no stricture or
other disordered condition of the
narts w a found Three doctors will
bo put ou tho stand to testify to this
as a rebuttal of Maxwell's testimony.
H.IXD FOR MURDER.
John C. Hraalai Para Ike Life
Craalir ( I'rawrorflBVille, lad.
iNnuaapjus, Iau, May 27. Ji hn
ville, lnd., at 1:60 o'clock p. to.
The crime for wbich llaoning was
hanved waa lomtnitud at Kockviile,
on the 21 h of Octnbtr, 188.r. His vic
tim win widow, Mr. Lottie Vollmer,
who kent a small eating housi In that
town. Oj Joly 15th Hennlng called
on her and renewed an old acquaint
ance, and a 'ter thatda e hi visits were
frequent. In August be moved his
be oaginxto Mrs.Vollmer's place and
btgtn Dearding with her, Ht-nuing
urgid Mrs. Vt l mer ti beet 1119 bis
wif-, and rn the 1 itn of Oc ober the
two agreed tint they would be mar
rltdcnthe tollowu g day. Trie nix'
day he pricured a license, prevented
himself bo'ord Mr. Voilnei in a 1
intoxicated to idiiion, and alio relntol
to mury him. On Oa:oh. r 21 h Hen
niug visited the Vol I mer h ue sevt nl
times, but was unable to secure an in
t rviow. Just Afttr duk ho called
ain, entcrlrg tho houte without
kn uk iu. Mm. Vollmor and a Miss
Kniiiia Oliver were p eient, llenning
axkej M s. Vollmer if alio in'ende I to
answer a net which 1 e had sent her
a few days hef ri, and sbo responded
that she d,d not. A few mi ra words
were excliarg'd, when llrn ng drew
a revolver uul bigin fir' 11 g a', her.
Hhe r in from the. r. o-n an 1 Idi in the
dco,-way. the wai picked up and ex
amir ation showed that she I al lnen
itruik bytbrjebulliti. Sielived hi
asl.o t time, lltnnlrg was captured
the same night. On Tut slay, the
-7th. it hnraine evllt tit that Heuning
would be lynched unlets he aai re
nviwd from Hickville, ami he was
tiken t) II ri 1 for safetv.'being thence
removed lo Torre Haute. Oj tl e l!).h
cf November the autho it ei retu n d
Ilenning to R'ckville to phai
ti an liulic'.ment for murder, lie en
tend a plea of not guilty, arid ai ked
tbat an unbiased judge bo tuo. tituted
tor Judua Jump. Ths cate came up
before Ju'g Havidsjn on Dcen,ber
4th, when a (hauge of Vinue wa
inked and g'aned.the oese being
tried kt Oiawlordiviili. Tne t ial
terminated on the 6 h of Februaiy,
and llanning wai decided gnbty a .d
fenUnced to dta'h. A motion for a
new tial was overruled. Thotaie
wa then appealel to the Muprerre
Court, hre tro tinili ig and seutence
Make Hwai lo llerrwil Tenraelf
If 70a lira ia a locality wharw malaria Ii
prevalent, with a prttrantiv that aiparlanc
Indlcatai aa (ha moti raliable of maillctl
aftavardt-HoaUtUr't Siomarh Bitten.
Kntirtly tt from ths objeotltna and they
ara valid oaae which attach to the mineral
alkMold iiulnlna, tt Ii far mora effective,
and Ita effeota are not avanaieant, but laat
int. unlike thou of the drug. There are
portion! of our land and none more beauti
lul and fertile-which at no aeaon of the
year are entirely exatnot rroa the material
oourne In auch resioni Uottetter'i Stom
ach Bitten haa undergone a eontlnuoui tert
lor the paet thirty jeara.wlth reiulu which
have eatabliihed lu reputation beyond all
eatll ai a special deienne atainit every form
of malarial dieiare. For blliouinen, alto,
it U an ecknowledxrd leeeiHc, and It ii a
potent remedy for eonetipation, dyapiia,
rheumatlem and an imporerlfbed condition
ol the blood.
Mwihexltat . here la Bnrated,
hi.MiRA, N. , May 27. Tho First
Methoiist Kpiscon I cvu t h, on B Id
win s'reot, was d soovered to be on
lire this mo ning at a o'clock, ami, de-
Bp te the efforts of the firemen, the
magnificent imilding was totally do
S roved. The church was erected in
187c, and was one of the finest church
structures in hi mini Tho loss o
building nd furniture is from $7j,0, 0
A . -. lV-''l
PyI'pria c incs from T.irpi.l I.iver
anil L.iBlivene-. ion cannot diveM
varfiod well unloss your liver and
iKiweis p 1 i rojitriv. uraniirt tt, g
1'iils. takt 11 1 n or two a' n-g! t for a
week or to. will ren'n'e the boals,
ftimnlale 1 he livr und eosnre a ti t k
an I heiltlilnl d'geetion. There I'll-
are pun:y vt'go'.itiie, rintiin ro nun-
erl end r abv luiely hfcimlc'B I
old aod yeting.
Sabtarrllie Tor lhe "AppenlV
OLIVER UEADELL HOLMES
Rpcelre a Most Cordial Welcome
to Esgland, and la London Is
Greeted by tbe Noblett Men.
London Ikiilj Sewt : Tbe st all t:
ure in tbe aruidiair, thesbrewd kind
countt-i ante tSat turned loma'd us,
were njtit re ni's'ateu. We etood
arour d him as well as ths ncuia
anangemeLt of a sh'p's lulnon would
permit ti" to form a tem-tirclc, and
knew wi hoot any Stoten announce-
mmt tt that eflect tt a onreyes retet
upm O iver Wetd-11 Holmes. His
Ungh, w hicn we he ml a! mod as soon
as iiisfoimal jrtiiing, was hearty and
firm, and when be rote loicknowledte
the iLtmdu :ior s which Mr Kutsell
maao 11 n s vi-iiira there wai no
crook io liata k i,or any r sting of
noie oochin or cl.io on bretst. Coder
tbe circututt it ess ia which, at we
prefeutly wer.i told,, we found him
most nun at hi timecf lif would
tisvo been tivktd up in t e berth or
cover-id np at ti regt In a private cab
in. But the ptote-a ,r is rot py-ticaily,
any more tl aa mtu'uv, cimrcon
P-irs-n. Ho was c'ner.'.hriH. briiiht
an I though bta'iug the out ard signs
nt a Iros'y age, very niucli aliVi1,
witn eye uncimni-i iiid ntt iral t ret
but Hi tit ahattd. t'm c CiU-abaved
ftc) givei the sigufol bnmor and gold
temper ahont the inou h an h meat
cha -ca cf doing their aor int-d dalv.
li e d' ctur cco.i a rolog red f r r sum
ing his mat, exp a nil g that hi had
la I no s'een fir tevcrul nlghtp, aud
had nntil .lnd ct that morning atrrjg
ged, by the aid of mnli .att d ciga
rettes, against the attima. Indeeri,
ne evtnug ir ca'igtit tin breath
even ts he rpok t us, and rendered
further explanation nnnem ss ry. But
his manner of tellii e how much he
1 ngaa inr re, aim p aud quiet w
lu i wr at y u might bave expected
In 111 the man who 'old the story ( f
the o n -hos i s ay. While a melan
choly pie. worn out by sltep ra nrst
wou ti iiavn moved you as he pointed
to tho rent e s couch, by the pa he ic
roll ol lua eye and the trg c ret-igna-
tion of h's attitu e, our humorist, on
the contrary, ralht r indicated that it
w s anodiit-r a drt II bits n ss to con
fit s ts, n t to By ma erial, when ho
f a t 'he ti ne. for a touiic ni.em. S ill
th re aas a practical touch in it. We
were all th rtti 'ir lo have a
wo d with the d s imiu shed stranger.
yet in an lust nt lelt that our cbit-f
concern must bo to eptre him; but of
cour e w soon frtll to eh tttlng again,
aud though hit daughter, Mrs Turner
Sergeant, bad evidently been school
ing him ti sl'e n e,-Vint of tbe fnlitiew
of the heart the m fb spok, and the
do.-tor, as ever) bo i called him, tk
ing tueir cue from th te in oar raids'
who knewblai, hea-tily llunked th?
gei neutn who tad met him oa board
I might bere stale tbat lbs snojitl
tender by which w had si-named
forth was charerad by Mr. Russell,
bnt tha' he bad i 1 the most cou'teoas
manuer given 1 as aje to a deputation
from tbe Liverpool Medosl Atsocii
Hon, cnttei g of Dr. Birt n. Dr.
Ktllyaid Dr. Howi-(t'ei surer). Tlnn
th-ra waie Mr. Rambono of South
Kensington, charg d win hospitable
invitati' ns 'rom Mr. Uowett. vice-
cl a-collar ol Oxfod; Mr. Rink in.
Mr. Fi wer, May ir of 8 r ttford-npon-Ave
n ; Dr l iditel', vhe e'etn of Cnr s'
chnr-li; Prof Boytl Hawkins ofOwem
CJlleiO, and M H. Willi ttoi B-ightrn,
t o as. ui.nnd offering h in ' tha lett
a ditretif an E g iih h itne, with
oejsto. a1 1 ip to n kt and corners
o' K irr-y s eniy." Mr Klgar 1'.
l(a hbo.ie aud Mr. If. Ra hb'ine, w.th
tl eir potiein, Mr. K. R t .biro, ou ol
Mr. W. Rtthbone, M. 1'., woe there
to invit-j tt o dot tor to etjourn while
in Livcpot l it Ureenhmtk, ttc rest
tl ncio' tlit ir lather, Mr. P. ri. Ktth
lotie. The par'y ' compbted by
Mr. Noaa 1, United ta ea Vice-Consul,
who knew tin d c or a', liana d Uui
vrs 'y; Mr. B illmk, nvretemat vo
1 f t' e Atnerieni Kxeh nein Knrope;
Mr. Donald Frasi r Wa ergiurd, sur
vmjo' o! h r mt jty'd iu tmis; and
M-. I'ntni nil. It wai t otcimade
km wn to ns ilut thu do tor lud al
r a y f itniot his 1 hi g Fiarinir tte
du 'iit ol iive-p'x l at thu tmn of a
royat vhit, be w til l leave 1 he town t
once and go r n to a c irtain q liet and
rtr ill city, nb u wuiuli hI iho de
lih ful AintritS'i'mthoisi ft isic'jool
have 0 it-rui niU writtdi. '!
want to bury mymiy'he lematked,
w li a hear y hiuh; ' I wnt todp,
aud I n.ust have rett." Then
ha tbaaied tie depuUii 11. " It
is too much honor," he siid,
"Ym rem nd mo of ihe una win
deptecattd loo mui h fuss about his
child's fiimr.il on tle p'fa that it was
me1! A litt e one." I claro say this re-
merk, coupltd with In latt that the
sp aker at the m mei t stood up, in
duct d us 'o ob-tt rvo hit 1c is small in
e'aUr ',iu llureandiu fa e, though the
keen extretsi.in t'f the giay eves
under buthy trjws, which, like the
lair, are white, till of an inner
strength cf wli h the frame it no
nuaenr, acd h's wnnle beati g, voice,
turn of aeotence and quick nioveuin.t
belt ken one who alwajs ktent the
boy's heart within the man, Vet he
would like ti sse Liverpool ai ic is.
He bad, however, been to L verpool
long years ago, and could lemember
coming theie especially to sro and
t-avel ia a la'lwsy carriage fur the
tint time. Rome . ns vohiLteered Ihe
statement tha this must have b-en in
the '80. "1 sbt uld not be nip ised,"
he snswereddrjly, ad ling,' Aud I ie
member I w o'e home a (laming ac
couut to my I iande ahout tne wonder
ul novel ol traveling in suqi
a Irshiin. In tho-e days we
thought it was very much like
an arrow swot froru a bo." But
the rhiel cither now came down to
ray tt a'-the soec:al tender must b oil,
ai archer t-tnder was waiting, aud
the Ophalonia hd to gi into dock
while the tide served. Ai this hint he
trooped af er the doctor aud tho C in
sul on brard our ow n little ciaft, the
snffftrer fram the allium wrapping his
plaid ar.uid him, and thankiag the
pllicers of the C-pNl mis for t'wir
a tent on belore he left the saliqn.
There was a sea-ch t) be made for
missing piece of btggage, and when it
anptared tie fam Iin- initials, "O. W.
11 ," painted rpoa it remin.led us
very adrenal ly of tlie coml iaatiu as
we need to w cdconie it upon mauy a
printed page. From the wbool-hiiise
on deck, wh r the tlocttr tat during
thx short run 'o the lauding stage, the
'gh's of the Merfey were poin'td rut
by Mr. Sowell, who cot only knew h a
c iiiianinu as a don d llarrsd, hut
sitiim'er bis eon's iver Wei dul
Mo'icc, jr..) r its-scoiship, and ts the
sl tlt-r would nit toiita'n us ii with
out leinnv ng the man a' t'e whed,
and iu tenth a-o' ishit g he w hel itself.
w-on deck vied witu sclnt 'er in
nil" r rg atttrions to M a. rergaut
and keep-rg Pie rot ' luggage c. in a
ny. Meanhit it had bwn work-tl
out that tho t-a n wh eh wc.nl I bear
the vojpgcrs 10 t'.icir chisn citv of re-
DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1SS0
fuge lelt Birkenhead at -I o'clock, so
on tbe landinz stage Dr. Oliver Wen
dell Holme 4 Dr. Kevins and Mr. Rue
ful I got into the latr's ta-nrgi and
drove up to tbe Grnd Hot-1 for 'label -er
n. At the anpiinted tin e 'he doc
tor and Mr.', btrgeant took their de
parture ai arranged, and are now, let
us hrp, enjoying lbs quiet wbica a
ttdioui voyage and pernH'eot atthrxa
have rendered ai absolute ceceeeity.
I)r. H'.lu eg, alt ir bii three or four
days' red will spend a couple cf
mmns lu LODtin'.
Tbe Aariorrat lei ltadoai.
Ltnodn, May 24 Ths "Autocrat of
thi Brtakiaet iar.I"lal bis modesty
put to a lev re teet t -day Sinte be
landed at 1v. rpool he haa fought shy
of notf ritty, but, in raepoi se t ai in-
vi a len, he rag consent! d to attend a
reception it Hi. Geirgb'd C Uh, wbe
trie who'e cluhai.d a numbt-r of men
d stinguidied ia Vttrt. icieuco and
poli ics had b-en aeked t meet him.
At tbe appointed honr an int'llectual
l.okm little gtntlomsn, with loig,
white hair aid s'a.L' evebrovra.
s-jpped out ir un a liauhotu at the dot r
o( t' e club-housi. A committe o!
the club, which numbers many die
tingnitfDed Americens and cj ouibU
among iti L'O(K) members, met tke
"Autocar iu the talaud 1-d bim,
aeterent any, inn tne spacious smok
lng-rtoms, where, for about an Lour,
heetoi.d ilutiiug pleaoubt y with iin
gat 8 s.
Among tbem I cot'ceJ tbe wan and
aste'ic lorm of LVd iial Mtnning;
net-r mm rioino-.n Hunt a etudy in
brown bis Cirlylca? feca anl long
beard ct n'rtstirg with the clear c t
handsome f a ures of his I und. Sir
John Milla s, wl 0 s od next. Pres
ent y tin 0 dier-'y figure of Lord Na
pier, the den of Mairie . fifed
through the 100m; and 11 e Duke of
Argyll, free h from nef at ni the De-
reiaerl Wife's S.ster bi I. niiMt'v
joined a lit'le anno which wai watan-
g ine -Autocrhi ien his tame in
tbo clul r gis'er. Tueu be muruiuied
a few o'Miriesies acd mulo way lor
Count Karil.i. t:;e Auitr ai Ambia-
Wilfon Barrdt pissed me 03 the
tuirt with 8 r Can ids Owen and T.
O Cot nir. followed hv John J.
O'Doik hue and Cnarlej P. Paliut-r of
Aew itirk and Minister I'll. 1 s, Sir
Arthur Suilivan. Edmund Yater, Bret
IIar:e and other well kniwn public
men. I left the "Aiutoerat" deep in
c tiivereation with Tom Huihef. He
had grown so rccoucile 1 to ni tor etv
that tie bed irmiael tohrei k througri
bis own rule bv altejdinu thu 10-jct
cliih-bouro dit ne.
Tbe "Aurocrai" wl 1 s' or ly e ve a
reception on his os-n accoutit. Ha is
t visit Ttfnny on. who is ill at home.
and will a t nd dinners to be eucces
BiVrly given by ihi Icalmtf mediiala
ani Edwin ArLold, R.bjrt Browning
and other poets ol Brtakfait and
UMTEHMTY OF THE SOU 1 If.
The Propoarel boctorwa InlUreek by
looaaiarosDisci o tib irraiL.I
Sswanks. TiNtf. Mar 2(1 Num.
cer zi, (series is, 01 the papers
01 me univerei y 01 tne touta an
nounces s lu nmer c mree c( leUcr.ts
in Grtek I on July l'J.h to September
18th, by Pr f. Haul L. G Idersleeve.
Ph D., LLD.. of tbe Johns Ilockins
Univ rilty. Prof. Gildeis'eeve is the
fuemost clas leal soholar in Ame ica.
Hn Litin course has become tbe rtc-
ognizid mtdel ith all ec'entilk te tch-
ersof that laugutge, aid bisediticni
Ot t"0 Patirts ol Feral u, tie An lo
gins of Jus'iu Martyr, aid the Olym
pian and Pythian Oltstf Tindar are
utr.vlet for fie b eadth. fullness
antl f ethnestof croicil insiuht into
ths epirii a. d leniuagetf the aut:o s.
Wis even, is ihe cncular eavs.
"a a-iasimtthipgrf an epoch iu tto
history of e '.w t 01 in the S tnfi, and
we are glat to eee tbo EoisjodhI
CiiU'ch's at university tr.tmoting
it.'' i'here is cer a nly a di'Uiand for
sue1! advanctd w nk in tlie S mth, and
tb' re is no place beitr eui'.ed lor the
eda liiil.ment if such aa enterprise
than bewanee. The work of the Uni
vt r ity is continued during the Bum
mer months, and viuilorj have free ac-
Crtts ti al the 1-ctnierjoms. The
co li g library, c ns stingo! nauy rare
Bi d Vdliihh.e works, will be open to all
wtoatteidtbir cinrse. Thee trac e-ce-
mnit eXKiLitce, thd frciiuent ta:tur-
rence of inteieeting lecturej and ad
dr sits, s icial etitbriainmoiits, con
certs, and military exeiciB''S irsure
va idandcon tiuto' j ctse'f inter, b'.
The biibo ps and rprtentaUe clergy
and laymen from fifteen SouHborn dio
ceec, who ronsutute tbe HatrJ u
ustees, bold their annual meeting;
July 31xt. Sowanee Is becoming a
great summer rtsnt. The Southern
Chautanqna,8'x railei above, at Mont
eagle, hrs induced the railr.-a 1 auilr r-
it ei to give very Ijw excuisit n iats,
which will be aval able to the visitors
to Sewanee. Traini on tbe Mauntaln
roAd, on which He want e is-situated,
connect it Ciw-tn with all rasiengflr
trinonthe Naibville, Cba tinorgi
and 8. IyOuit ra lroai). Toe course
will leui j July llitu aid ed Septem
ber 18 hv It wi 1 oons's' ot tho in er-
e ation and cr.ticai study oi Plato's
fynifjoiium, tune hours weekly;
a tings Iron llonei it Udyssey. two
boil's weekly; a rai id outline of
ire.k SvHtax, on I our weekly. The
?i rk will be . conducted on tbe semi
ary plan, and students will be
tro"gii,itt i clcs. relations wiih tbe
ptol Bdr.and encouraged to p-r.'orm
moie.lBtleiendeat woik, and engage
in uioWt extend tnd experimen s than
w.oiiia be p teeible in a svttiin ol mere
reennt'on or the limple hearing of
lite; inrrlre Opera Coiupaoy In
Cuu .oo, Ii.t, May 27. The Amer
ican Opera Company, according to
the press rommo ti this morning,
echieved the crott ning success of the
season thus far !n presenting Orphnu
nnd .'uryft'cf hut night. Tlie audi
ences of tho two preeoeding l ights
were Urge, but 1' night a tremend
ous house greeted the S ngors. Iltdona
llNt eiter's ini'cr-tonnlioii of "Or
pheus" wa.t the signal ia' ibo dos ng
act for wilil nnplaiine. anl Kmma
Inch, an "Knrydice," also, shared m
the plaudits. Tbe Hcrali Kays tho
work of the orchestra was jterfect and
that vo opera was ever given before
in-Chicago with such tlatV-ring nc
ceas and Hpleudiil setting. Tho Al-trw
praises the entire preforraanc, ex
tolling llistreiter partlouhfly. Th t
IhIt l Atviin snys it as a great ot cntion
for American epcra, and tlechires that
the young American, 1 Iie-tivite',
achieved a positive triumph.
Tbe Dnt-haalril Nqtntiirrliuiil.
book tli'.'i'riptive of thrt suiiinier
r'vrt of the Xml hv. est will be mailed
to ;.'.in fret on application toji S. Hair,
IfciieVnl pa.sscn.cr aent Ch crc..iniiil
Ninth k. Ki.-rn raiiwuy, (.'hit..;o, l'l.
tliiuie lit irrmont.
lti ttiiMinx, r. Vay '17. Snow to
the depth r,.v, nil inc'htts is rcitortod
a various luaiwj, .,,rtli' rj Vermont,
nnd lean ate rijjj,,,,,! f sevt ri-
ilainne to toji ,v fr0f(
1 JMLY CORRECTION
1HE IPPEAL'S HELEN 1
Be Admits tbat He Was in Error ss
to tbe Guard Shootlug lo
discrlmlnately. IcoRaaseoxDaxca of ths a fpbal I
IliLKNi, Are , May 20 No tint
the txciement. and ictre at tndant
up in tbe recent high watr his tub
B:dd. yotire rreeponden, fcermlht
henvgLthave miareptetei t td, i 1 ths
ex -i'etnent r f the nioaien', the good
ciibene of Mi sits ppi. hat isken the
trouble to invt s'tgtte th wl ole eitna
tion, and findt after talking with Mr.
1) Mnnn, Ju fc K. H. Alexander, and
Me r O. C. Ore w, F. G. Riy, W. P.
K ids, Capt. T. C. Fergu o , and otbe tt,
in reta d to the s'a emen-. I mad eoa
re n n their "our vi,i'aucc," I am
now stt sli d that I was i 1 eiror. Ttee
gentlemen all live nee r tl e leve, end
th' y 1 re unanimous in asstrt'ig t at
the g'-ard-t wero only iutt uc ted to
Bhoot thosi f mnd sctua ly cuning th
1-vee aud re'u ing to h a re ted. I
auo lind ItiHt I Wis in error as to the
negro Ambrose D ckering heii g iu
1 hare of Capf. T. V. F.rdisoi. He
was in -h-rgi of t e co.idaVe on
Cipt. T. C. Ft gufo-i'sp acp, arnl Capt.
Fcrgism ho 1 g present when I
reacnt tl tbe p'a e caused my er.-or.
And in justice 10 Cant. Feigns in it is
dee luin to eta e fit t a por'i n of pis
conv. raatioa cinnri.ini Hend-r oa
was niisioiieirued by we
II. E. CARR.
1IERR MoTS 1 RIAL.
OprnioK Adtlrs for Ihe I'roneen
lion by Col fdlowe.
New Yoiik, Mav 27.- The trial of
Heir Most antl his two companions,
for misdemeanor, was tontinueil to.
day. Col. Fellows made, the oneninir
address for tho proHecu ion Ho saitl
that the indictment ugainst M st con
taiiie.il two counts, both charging mis
demeanor. II d scribed the meeting
of Anarchists 1 1 which the accused
made their hery and seditious ail
.1 1 ...
uresa a. j-.viu-nee wouiu Do giv n
that the utterances of the accused
wore then prejudicial to the public
pence. Col. Felloes adjure t the jury
to carefully weigh the evidence, und
by their verdict t . furnish a precedent
.t.:. .1. 1.1 -i-i. v.,
nun 11 nonet liuiuiiuaio an law
breakers antl AnarchiHts. He close!
with an elotiticnt encomium nnnn the
liberty and iree speech which is the
birthright of American 1 itizeni.
Joseph C. llruner. a detective, was
the first witness He testified that he
was present at the Anarchist meeting.
About 40J lieonle were there. lf
saw a man presiding there whom he
recognized as Schuck, one of the d
fendants. The wi nesi then detailed
the utterances of Most and his remark
that the Anarchists wanted the money
ofthe capitalist and would have it, and
tbe champagne cUheo pi ali tsaswell.
mo 1 lecommenuea mat the members
attend the meeting May .'st, with
longer clubs tha i t o pol ce had. He
also called on thorn to buy rifles from
him. BrnnBchoenig cal ed attention
to the presence of the police and
u ged that they be ex'-luded at once.
Oj cross-examination the witness
stated that ho wa not a good Go man
scholar and could not repeat Most's
speech in German.
Chns. M. Ulmstroem, a clerk of the
Old Pominion Steamship Line, said
that Most spoke of the riots in "Chica
go, and told how the peop'e had been
shot down, and called for revenge.
He also spoko of the Williamsburg
sugar riots, and said the police had
treated the people wrongfully, and
called for revenge He alluded to the
accumulation of wealth bv capital sts
like Jay Gould Ho urged tho use of
bombs, and, in ca e of no other weap
on 1 1 tet a piece of gasnipe and make
a bomb of it. Ho said that if tho
Williamsburg men had had rev Ivcrs
tho police ould respect them. Wit
neas went thcr wi li the intention of
making a speech in opposition to
Cliailes Meyer, n German police
r tlicer, testified that Most veil d
"Down with the police!" and "lon
with tho government!
Joseph Martin, a saloon-keeper, who
was at t ho meeting, said that .Vost
spoko of the police as seoundrtds who
were unfit to live He did not know
Capt. McCu'lough, mid had never
been arrested for violating the ex
cise hiv, the witness saitl on cross
examination, lie made this state
ment because a police ollicer asked
him to do so.
Lewis Koth. n policeman, swore
that Most bad threatened to over
throw the government, railing upoi
tho men to unite anil arm for their
rights. Tho women w ro told to get
vitriol and throw it on tho police.
MOST PERFECT MADE
rrri'Btr.1 wl'h nprctnl r(fnnl In ho&tlb.
Ni VDiBHMileW Li mo or Alum.
PPICS BAKING POWDER CO..
No. 4IW, K. D. fhiowy Court nf Shelby
county. Aia vaioy at ai va. 11. J. no -linaworth
HV Tirtua of an Interl' entory deerea for
ale. entered in the abnre oaue on the
tun day ol May. lssri, M. 11. hi. p. M3. 1 will
fell at public auction, to tha nianeet Duller.
In Iront nl the t'lerlt and Mnntar'a office,
arthonreo bnelby county, .veiuputa, ien-
Mttardet-, Jtine Id, 1H0,
ithln letel hou a, the folbwlnr decrilJ
property, ntuated In Bhilby couuty, len-ne-efl.
to wt :
Ihe reimindcr Intern! of the hcira o'
Loti.p tte'bj-, rr , drceacdi In and to lota 19
end "f "-lock N, on the plan ol the -nyof
Meinphie. on Kos aernue, north of Popla
tt eet, -h fronfinr lio5 avouue 7;'i tvet
with a .l.-fth of Mi ', feet.
h.tr fuil-ir rfoBc i. .lion or the aoo e r n-
orty ret rnce I here made lo tho roc nt I
i thi t'oitrt.
I i'erin Polo -One fourth cash : t-elan -o
! In ix and twelve u.nnhs, ccurfd br n t - i
( witn eptirtivt-d ccuri-T: retained -I
1 lo ieiuptiori h:irrt-d. II. in M ty J;, lMi. .
I ,-. 1. Mi:l() Kt L, Clerk and Mas , - '
"v II 1 . atMi, Iluly Clerk and. 1
Poton et Folon, Solictor..
UKOHVs ik itn rr.its t iial
restored llie encriry en I Tiuiliiv ui aw
I W. liou"t n, Me-mlii., Tenn , wIipq wit'
i end emeoieteil (r-ui clnl end fcrcr. Una
I bottle 9 '"d inst'r .veaent.
AVERY and MITCHELL COTTON SCRAPERS,
AVERY WALKING CULTIVATORS,
HANDLED and EYE COTTON HOES,
GKAIN CRADLES, GRASS SCYTHES, ETC.
Pumps, Machinery Fillings and Pipe.
J. T. FARGASON. J. A. HUNT. C. C.
J. T. FARGA
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
t6t Frost Street. SXemphii, Tenu.
Cotton eonaigned to ui will hava our earefnl attention. Wa carry at all tlmai a wall-
eleoted atock 0.
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Winss, LiquorsTobacco & Citjari,
! will ae.ll
M. C. PEARCE.
Cotton Facters & Commission erch'ts,
No. 2T FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
"PIIE firm of SPEFD A PHILLIPS ii thia
a. orm 01 JUlirt h.. br&&V t'U
Memphia, T:Dn.i May 6, 1886.
I X retirlnc from tha Brm or BKKKU M ruiLLlY S, I oommen
firm to ihe good will of my friend.
CHANGE OF FIRM.
THE firm of SPEED A PHILLIPS bavins tbii day been diniolvert by mutual oonient, We
lolioit their and oar trieods for a oontinannoe ot pationeaot gaaranteeing thai ait
businenaentruKted to ne anall be aa o.relolly looked after aa herMnfiira
Me - rbl'. Ten-.. M.t 8. 1KIW JOHN K. PPKET1 CO.
ILUMBER YARD !
llrlnklej, Ark.. MauiiritoturiTH of
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AND DKALEKM Ilf
Uoorg, Sash, Bllndv, DreSNed FltMirluir, (Vili-e, Weather-Boarding
CyprcMK KbliiKlcKi, Latlin. Hie.
tfw Our facilities are nnanrpaed by any rawmill In theHonthlor 61 Ing orderi promptly.
Flooring, Ceiling, Siding-, fatep Lumber and Cvprem bbinulee a apecialt i also, Frmuica
Lumbar of all dimension!. We tnaka tha Wholesale Busioesa a ipoo al feature. Order
aolicited and promptly filled.
GEO. IX VY?lIL,lYL;it, AGENT,
No. '124 Jefferson Street Memphis. Tnneiwoi.
KELLY, ROPER k IBILLYr
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
TVs. SU2 Itfaln KtrvfU nnvoaxa Ttlork.
ItltnARD A. StcCVKDY.
Surrender Value Indorsed on Poltelea.
lie tho World,
JNO. F. WILKERSON, Agent,
No. 2 Colioii Kxclinnye Itnlldlng, ffniphin.
Mcwtmou te POBTEB, TAILOK k COn
WO. IrtO FHOTJT STREET, t t MEMTPPTTR.
Hil'I" HANAI KK,
: aZARI'S LEVY.
IN HKW KKNhEHT
j A M KS 8. KOM.V
r Deporits r -oive :
MTCH AEI OAVIJJ,
TUUMAS rldYl K,
T. II. MII.MJRN.
M. K Al.KMiKROER,
arW buy tii 'f'l t.. ..: '- .. sment Bonds and Securities renerally, pay taaes, acta
trustees, aud, in aeunral, eso.ule any financial business requiring a sale and responsiblo
issue drafts, in snms to suit purchasers, on all parts of Europe,
exr Wt have a commodioos Vnult lor tha deposit 01 Taluables, which ii at tha iervioa cl
our customers, tree of S'liMrae.
1). P. HADDEN, Pre8ld.Dt. EWD. JOLOSMITU, TlcfPre8ldent.
JAHES 5ATHAK, Cathier.
Low ite the I.nwMt.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
day dirsolved by mntoal eonsent. Tbs old
continue tha buiineii at the tame place. No. 33
J0HN K hPKKtl.
J. M. PHILLIPS.
tbe mnpiorf of the old.
J. M. PUJLLIPo.
: t t i
Ho Forfeiture. .'bapat
(i. W. jTIACHAJfc-
J. 8. nANDWEBKKK.
DVVTD P. HAliDhN.
.lAMErt A. OVBEHG,
upward, and interest allowed on sme Eeml-
. R. A. PARKER. E. L.
SON & CO.