CRIMES 1D CASUALTIES.
THE TRIAL OF UIBRUS, T11E
for aa lsauU I'pon Tiro Ladles A
.Baa Beatea to Death-Other
Crimes and Casualties.
CHIO400. III., November Id. Asba
J. Bnrrns, charted witb aseault with
intent to ki l, was arraigned lor trial
before JaJne Collins this moriiinir.
The bear ng wis postponed UDtil 2
o'clock this afti rnoon. On the even
ing of October 28, 18S5, Mrs. Uoode
and Mifs wallets, wuo weie em'
cloved in a commerc'al azenry. hav
ins finished their day's wot k, were
qoiltiiig the agency, t do. 14U Mon
roe street, and on their way home
wa d. As they e'epped from the door,
Bnrric who had been waiting abunt,
advanced and, producing a pistol, de
liberately fired at Mrs. Uoode. So
close was the range that her veil was
bnrnt and her face filled w.to powuer,
The shot took effect in her right ear
and. Baatino- entirely through her
bead, buried itself in the leit facial
bones near the surface. Mrs. Goode
reeled and nltched forward. As ahe
iell Miss Walter, with a scream,
elsed ber stricken companion's cloak.
On the In tan t Bonus fired again, the
ballet meant for Mies Walters striking
ber Just in front of the right ear and
ranging backward until lodged in tbe
base of the brain. Without a word she
dropped to tbe wa'k, falling half aero
the body of Mrs. Uoode. This traeio
Scene, which consamed but a moment
of time, happened when the street was
filled with people and flooded with
tbe light of a bandred gas and electric
lights. Buirus at once started at a ran
down Monroe street to Lisalle, turn,
ing then ir tJ Madlf on and running
eastward to Clark, whore be
atopped by a policeman, A hundred
shouting citisens had taken up tbe
pursuit and Barms was narrowly
saved from lynching before the Har
rison street patrol wagon arrived. The
two ladies, thought to be mortally
wounded, were csrried into a neigh
boring drug store and later transferred
to tbe county hospital. In the course
of weeks, when tbolr wounds had
sufficiently improved, they were re
moved to the borne of Miss Walters,
at El Paso, III,, where they have since
remained until brought to Chicigo a
few days ago to appear at tbe trial.
Tbe difficulty between Burrus and the
women began in Bt. Tsui, where they
were all time employed in the same
office. Unpletsint relations, savored
with scandalous misunderstandings,
arose between tbe man on- the one
band and tbe two ladies on the other,
until ths ladies were transferred, at
their request, from Ht. 1'aul to this
city. This was in the summer of
188. and a month had sea to I y pafscd
when Burrus ramo to Chicago and
entered the local axency. Thus again
thrown together tbe fend was re
newed. After a whispered consultation with
bis atterneyK, Mills ar.d Ingham, and
to the surpiise (J agieat many, Bar
ras aroie when his name was called
and pleaded guilty to tbe charge
The WaBj WlUkr Vraipair At.
Niw York, November 10. Judge
Donohae, ol the supreme Court, has
granted an attachment against the
property cf the Duffy Mait Wh'sky
Company, npon tbe application of C.
. Iniot 4c Co., of this city, on a claim
of f'2209 fur goods sold and delivered
Tkte Haa.' Jea. D. Win raider Bead
la Keep Uaa Peace.
Richmond, Va November 16 The
Hon. George 1). Wise was arrested
tbia morning on a wrrrant charging
him with being about to commit a
breach of the peace. The arrest is
the result ot the publication in to
day's papers of a card by Mr. Wise
denouncing in the sirorget languegs
Col. Wm. Lamb, ex-Mayor of Nnrlola.
Mr.. Wise was pot under a f 1000 bond
to keep the peace.
rotherloKhara Pleads Not entity.?
Bt. Li i' is, Mo., November 10 D 8.
Fottieringham, the A1ams Express
meserig r wboe car was robbt d three
weeks air.o of money and valuibbs
amounting to $100,0(10, was ana'goed
in the Criminal Court this morning,
charged witu grand larceny and aa
cepting tto'rn property, Tue mefSHti
ger pleaded not guilty to the cliaigw
and was leuian led bjck to jail.
Ike t'rrw Nate.
Milwacxbs, Wis,, November 18.
A special t the Earning It urmuin pays,
therrewof the echoomr lalipnininv,
whi'h wai found diseitml on Whale's
Bick, Green By, on RUurdav, has
turned up all r k,lit. They left Me
nominee thiH morning bnund for
Ohicfgo by rail. No particulars.
The lahnttinluaj'a Crew.
T MiLWAinas, Wih , Nov inburl0. A
dispatch tu the Evening Witcomin from
Green Bay says nothing has beeu
beard from (lie Idbpemirg'a cew
alorgthe west shore of Green Bty,
and no members ol the crew (hereto
fore reported on their way to Gre n
Bay) have reached that place. The
mystery is et unsolved.
Bribeis and Hoodie Aldaraaara.
Nsw Yobk, November 16 Jacob
Bharpe, accompanied by bis counsel,
appeared in General 8cS ions this
morning. He was repreen'ed by
Albert Biitkney and ex Judge Faller
too. John tttraban was present, rep
resenting Foabay. They appeared ti
argue the mo:iin before Recorder
Smytb. asking f ir an order opening
the alnut a ot the grand jiry in the
inquiry ahich resulttd in tbe indict
ment of Slurpw arid the others for
bribery. Nhaipe found a seat amor g
the reporters, and for ths time being
be diveited the attention of the large
audience from the nrlnclpal att'action
ex-Alclermm McQuade and his
trial. '1 nomas B Kerr came In quiet
ly and seated himself near the rail.
Afiercillin the roll nf the seven
jnrora obia ned in the McQ lade trial,
counsel for Sliarpe stated Ihelr motion.
Recorder Hmyth wi nnwill ng to
bear it today, and the heating was
postponed until Kato.rday.it II a.m.,
in the Pjtter Building, District At-'
torney Ma tine eaying that he would
oppose the motion.
Tbe jar? in the McQiade case was
completed U'etbis afternoon, aub set
to tbe prmpt ny thdlerge that may
be male tomorrow morning.
A Hevy rreiabl Ts-ala laaellehed.
LasjCAsTta, Pa., November 16 A
heavy wett hound freight train rn tbe
Penticyivanla railrrad was wrecked
west of MoHtVi!ls tuia morning by
tbe breaking of an axle. Nine cars
loaded witJ hijjh rlas noods were tl
escopud and ci inpl t y dttinol shn
Both Ira-ks were hi tked (or over foul1
hours. Nobody van hurt. s
Tbe tljirin il.rlad Harder.
Clivuhud, O , N iTDioVer 15 Two
days' eriic,si work by tbe police hrs
Jailed to char op tbe motery car-
rounding the murder of Mrs. Jans
Wheller Irat Friday evening. Benja
min vvtieller. the womaa s bnanaou,
and Patrick Graves, a former tenant
of W heller's, are s'ill under arres'..
1 he Coroner began bis inqneM todny.
N 'thing of importance was elicited as
fhowing who commi ted the murder,
W heller, in his tteirmnr. made
statejient, however, whcli does
rot f free wl.h bis story to the pn
lie?. When the police fir-t went
to h's house Wheller a'eert
positively that Patrick Graves and an.
ether mun bad committed tbe murder,
ani that be recognized Grave as the
man bo sssaaiteii htm. Tod cy, be
fore the Cor,inir, Wheller said that
he was not sure that Graves was the
mm ; In fact he could not tell who it
wa. Numerous witnesses gave testi
mony which would eanily ettab ish an
alibi (or Graves. The Coroner wid not
render aii v.rdict bef ire tomorrow
Tbe police are working on a clew
which came into their pMsession yts-
terday, and it is slid tbat one or two
aTtstj will be made tomorrow.
Beaten to Ileal h.
Chicaoo, III , November 10. List
night Charles life, while oa bis wsy
home in Warren avenue, was as
faulted by several unknown men and
beaten into lossnsibility. When the
wounded man was taken home it was
lonnd tbst bis jaw was broken io two
places, and a great gasn was in ma
neck fast under the chin. He re
mained unconscious from the time he
wss assaulted until bis death occurred
and no one has yet been found who
sw ine attar.
Vredltora ljaae a Bla; Fall ore.
Cliviland, O, November 16.
Cohn, Hampiner & Co , one of the
largest gents' furnishing goods manu
facturers in this city, and who have
been in business here for the past
twenty five years, made an assign
ment today for the benefit of credit
ors. Mr. Em 11 Josecb is named as
aseignre, who has filed his bond in
the earn of f 100,000. The at set of
the firm are $17S,0t'0 and the liabili
ties 1200,000. Inability to collect the
debts of the fl m and tbe importunity
of creditors is stated as the cause of
IIihbcro. Pa, November 16. A
great fire Is raging on the Blu ' mount
ains tear tins borough. The dry
leaves are causing the tftmes to spread
with remarkable rapidity. Arthur
Miller, who wis appointed forest mas
ter by tbe County CnmmiHsionerr,
s.nta telegram to the la't'r at Head
ing this morning, and was author zed
to employ as large a force of men as
nocemry to ext ngulsh the fire. Farm
buildings and fences are endaneered.
It is feared that the present fire may
prove as destructive as that of seve rl
weeks ago, when OOXH) seres of timber
were burned, resulting in a less of
Ilralal Ilnabanrt Heats Ilia Wife
to Ileal h.
Brazil, Ind., November 16. James
Blackwood, a miner living at Car
donia, is reported to have brutally
beaten bis wife last night, Black
wood has been jailed, but is drank
and can give no account of the mat-
r. His wife is badly bruised about
the face and breast, and it is thought
she nas sustained internal injuries
irom ticking, resulting m ber death.
Blackwood is 40 years old. He bad
lived happily with bis wife, who waa
oi respectable connection and waa the
mother of four children.
SAM BAND ALL
IN KOI HO
A Heat People Thlak He la, Evea
With tbe Dnaoerats What aa
Evealaar Paper Bays.
Washington, November 16. There
is a widespread misapprehension, stys
the correspondent of the New York
Mar, as to the political status of tbe
Hon. 8nmuel J. Randall at home, a
somewhat popular belief being that
ne is tne idol ci liis party there, and
that wha'ever Republican support
ne rtceives at me pons comes t him
simply became of the impregnable
hold he has on the masses. The very
iippoa te of this, there is the best au
thority for Buying, ia the truth, The
rilMr c ia be in icratic by a safe ma
jority, but tho narty ia not a unit in
atipport of Mr. RhuiIhII. On the con
trary, his defeat has several times
been imniinint, and this laat time
would probihly have been acorn-
Elished but for the sudden death of
s Democratic oppontuit for the
no ninat'on, Hta'e bucat ir Jo Ken
nedy. Kennedy was a blight and an
aguresiive young fellow, who was
am out for Congressional honors snd
in a fair way to receive them. He died
while the campaign for the nomina
tion wai in p ognsi, and at a time
when Mr. Randall and bis friends
were weailng pritty long faxes. It
had begun to look, indeed, aa if ths
Democratic h'gh priest of protootion
wai to be unirocked. Young Ken
nedy's death, however, changed the
whole aspect of things. His followers
scattered, and could not be rallied un
der any other standard, and Mr. Ran
dall male his way wlihout further
difficulty. HUH, thi situation la not
altogether an Minting one for him for
the future. His fallowing ia largely
made up of those to whom be baa
thrown individual favors. He woks
a'most exclusively on those selfish
lines The one advantage to him is
that he can count upon hla men in
rampiiirn times,whereas many of those
D.imocrat! in the dietrict who oppose
him take no organised or ao'ive part in
the primaries. His condition at home,
therefore, is purely that of a ward boas,
who rules by a system of bullying and
onniuo, auu u., no ill sumo luari9nt
supposed, that of a great leader whom
even bla opponents cordially admire
and bow dowa bt fire. Thoss Repub
licans who vote for him da S9 simply
because they can rely upon him to vote
to sustain protection as implicitly as
t ey rely npon Judg" Kelley to do the
same thing. A Pennaylvanian said to
l5 that ahuteverd tlicuby Pojtmater
Hamty, of Philadelphia, may have
gotten lilmsilf into In connection with
app' iuim'-nts to ples under him
rould probably be laid at Mr. Randall's
doo'. Mr. Runda'l was being bard
pnseed by Kennedy for ths nomina
tion, anl appealed lor help to all tnoje
whom he had helped. Mr. Har
rdy was one ol theee, and,
b aides, was aa ardnt Randall man
from long personal tffiliation. He re
sponded in every av he could, and
II to the extent oi stretching ths con
struction of the civil service law ia
making appointments, it waa only
ihronvt) an exceasof i al in snswerlng
Mr. Kinds l's liju'io cry for asa'st
aice. Said the i 'dormant: "Mr.
K'iida'1 has nothing tobsexaliaut
ahimt In conaided ig the cm either
of Mr Morrison or Mr. CarlltJe. lie
had a much cl sr i all within his own
party at horns than either of thm.
1'biir nomiimtioca were not even d in
put -d, mhfreat hit fir d-aih he
wtuld pabably have loe'. his."
MEMPHIS I DAILY ' APPEAL WTEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1 17,
FEDERAL AID FOR SCIMLS
report of ine conairiEEAP
By the National Teachers' Annocia
tloa at Topi ka and the Iutli.ute
Boston, Mais., November 10. Th
meeting bf the C iminit ee on Federal
Aid to the Common acboole, aopointed
in July laet by the National Teacheis
Association and the American Inftl
tute of Instroct'oa at Bar Harbor,
which bus beon in session for the past
week, adjourned today to meet in
Washing on at tbe Convention of State
School bupertnterd-n's In February
The gentlemen composing the com
mittee sre the Rev. A. h. Newship,
editor of thi Nea Eng and Journal of
Jidttcalxon. ol lijeton: tbe Hon. wm,
Pieiton Johnson, President of Tulane
University' of New Orleans; tbe Hon
E. C. Corrigan, nf the Mawachunetts
State Bard of Eduction: the Hon,
M. A. Newel), BtateSupsrintendeotof
Pub ic Instruction, oi Maryland; vol
Homer B. Hpragae, President of We'ls
College, of California; John W. Ptav
lee, Superintendent of Publla Hchco's,
ol Ulniinnat'; tne nev. wm. u.
Dreher, Pres dent of Roanoks College,
of Virginia, and superintendent JJut
ton, of the New Haven public
schools. The committee discussed tbe
Senate bill for Federal aid to tbe com.
mon schools, and voted a report favor
ing l a principle, but no action was
taken as to the especial features of the
bill. In accordance with tbe reaoiu
tlon of the conventions at Topeka and
BarUaibor, the committees were so
enlarged as to give each Stale and
Territory lecal representation in tbe
convention at Washington. The fol
lowing school officla's were telectsd
on School Committees in the repre-
aentation ol 8 atos, and as members of
the Federal Aid Convention: Ail
Sta'eand Territorial Superintendents
of Public Instruction, Superintendent
of School In the noutn ot cities and
towns of 10.000 or more inhabitant
all School Superintendents of cities of
50,000 or more Inhabitants, the presl
dents of the Nitioual Teachers' Asso.
ciation and tbe Ameiican Institute of
Instruction, the general agents of the
l'eaboiiy and mate Mcbiol fund.
Mrs. Mary H. Hunt aupirnteudei.t
of the educa'innal department
of the Women s National Christian
Temperance Union ; the Hon. Hugh
Thompson, of Soutti Carolina; Mayor
P. Uourtenay, of Charleston, lbs Kev.
A. I). Mayo, Judge H.ckerey, of Ken
tucky, and otheis connect d wth I he
national aid movement. It it thought
a second educational convention like
that held at Louisville io 1883 may be
called, though no formal a itlou w es
taken to memorialise Congress other
than t) propose a mass convention in
Fdbruaiy. The committee is sanguine
tbat aid will bs granted either as pro
vided in the Senate b.ll or through
some similar urate.
Tell IntereallasT Ntorleaaf Political
St. Louis, Mo.. November 10.
There aie in ht. Louis at this time a
u nber of Mexicata who have been
obliged to leava their native country
on account of the failure or discovery
of revolutionary scbemea with which
they have been connected, and in Chi
cago a larger number of them are
waiting for the time when a change of
administration will enable them to re
turn in safety to their homes. A moet
interesting subject of conversation
among all of these Mexlcins has been
ths report of the asea a nitioa at
Kacetecas, Mexico, of Gen. Oarcia
Cadena. G n. Cadena w a the. can
didale against Gen. Poifl io Dim, for
the Presidency of lbs Mexican Repub
lic in 188K, and hai always been re
garded by Difisat an enemy and a
dangerous man. The report of his
death wai confirmed yesterday, and it
was stated ia a pr.vate letter tbat Gen.
Cadena had been killed by political
enemies who had reason to f -ar his in
fluence and his ambition. The exiled
Mexicans here believe that tbe death
of this leader remove the mo.it for
midable oppoiuut to the bill now
pending in the Mexican Ct-iigrBn,
which grarts Pre ident Dim an exten
sion for two years of his term of
lllble and I'rehrtlo t'onlYreure.
Chicago, III,, November 10 Far
well Ha 1 we well filled this morning
when the llibln and Prophetic Con
ference was railed to order by the
Rev. George P. Ntedlum. The flist
hour wai devoted to devotional exer
chea, after which the Riv. Dr. Good
win read a paper on the "Personal,
Literal and Visible Coming of Christ."
Among thofo in attend.inre at ihe
ronfeienc era the Rvv. Dr. A. P.
Pierjnn, D.D., ot Philadelphia; the
Rev. J. L. Orrack, D.D., the Rev. W.
G. Erdmand and A. J. Gordon, of
Boston; the Riv. F. L. Cluppell, of
Fiemington, N. J. j the Hev. J. H.
Brooks, cf St. Louis: P;of. Henry
Lumls, of Wise win; the Rev. George
II. Brnhop, of Orange, N. J. ; the Rev,
J. R. Graves cf Memphis; Prof. W.
G. Mooreheal, of Ohio, and Bshop
W. R Nlcbolaon, of Philadelphia.
In the afternoon Mr Rihert Doug
la, of this city, presided, and the Rdt.
Prof. E. f. Btoeier, of Warreuton, Mo.,
deli vet ed an address on "Christ's Com
ing Pre-Millenial," which waa followed
by an address fiora ths Fev. J. II.
Brooke, D.D.. of St. Louis, on "The
Inspiration of the Scriptures." This
evening an address of welcome was
given the conference by the Rv. Geo,
O. Lonmr, D.D , and was followed
by an addresi from the Rev. A. T.
l'ie'son, D.D.. of Philadelphia, on
"World W d Kvnireilsrn."
riwDarod with strli rrmrd to PuHtv, Sfrwirth "d
il,lltll.M"i. Ir. I'rliHi'ii IWktnir IVwUrr ontaina
no Ammonl.I.Ini(.AIum or l'li.Mit)ViKto lr. I'rt.
k&umcu, VwiUla, Lemun. flavor dvituloual.
pma tjunm powot CO. muyainstLmM
WrtPlf r,,R ALL., fan a vra and
tVUillV ,, aid Vaiuabta oatBt
and parrjnnlsrt Ire.
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About, twenty yrira tgo I discovered a little aore on my check, and the doctora pro
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aont beorflt Amohi: tlioh.ipW were ono or two nicciallsti!. Tho medicine tnoy applied
wu jite ro to the rn!, cus inteiue pam. I aaw a Btalemcnt in tbt- papers telling what
8. 8. 8. had done for oftT Hiiularljr aftlkti d. I procured enr.ic. nt once. IWure I baa nacd
the second' bota iiri)bg.rs could notice that my cancer wan healing up. My general
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WM. DEAN, Prca't. I JAMES REILLY,
DEAW-LILLT H kMl 0
Coffee Boasters, Spice Grinders,
Importers aad Wboleaala Dealers In
T.ieph... 205 Main Street, Lee Block, Memphis.
Wm Iaw. John Illlr. !. Ismss Relllr. W. H. Dean.
HI. D, Hjf & CO.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Hloldlags,
Frames, Bracket-, Scroll-Work, Bough and Dressed
Lumber, Miliigles, Laths, Water Tanks.
AH kinds ot Wood Work Executed at Short Notice.
os. 157 to 173 Washington street, Memphis. Tenn.
Window Shades, Ticture Bail
HOUSE, SIGN AND
NO. 885 WECOl HTBKFr.
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Gr ocers & Cotton Factors,
Mo. SM Main Street, GayM Block.
Speer's Cotton Gin
Hilling from Mulberry
&" Insurance and Sacks free.
tSThe Largest and only Complete Gin in the city.
IO" Best 'Yield. Best Sample.
Quarter or a Century in
Nos. 323 and 324 MAIN
GUNS, STOVES, TINWARa
E. M. APPERSON & GO.
384 FRONT STREET.
BLSJatvla. Mmmm a. Uivara.
TTkelesale Orooera, Cotton 1Pmmtrm
Ani Ctnmlsslon Mercbants,
232 ad 234 Front
Kg, 1. 1. aUUTT ieresas kU irkola time te tke welcklaf aa aala of all Ottta
U Ont.ft W.n),i.t.. SS Wuhlarta stfawt.
ARRilSTEAD & LUND EE,
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
NO. 831 Front Street, Cor.
Las f . si Bat a'saa: Late of Heaekaai
DAT, HORTON & BAILEYl
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS!
360.283 Front Street Memohis Team. 4
JN0.8.T00F. I. L. MoQOWAN.
T'TTs Alrififil t P n nvtff
And Dealers In Levee
No. ST4 Front Stteet-
Vioe - Prea't. I JOHN LILLY, Seo'r and Treat.
all kinds of Door and Window
Mouldings and Mixed Taints.
- MF1HPIIIS. TENIi
to St. Martin Streets
the Hardware Business.
ST., - MEMPHIS, TENN.
& Cotton Factors,
Tataa. Clark. J. tTlaife.
SL, Oempbis, tel
a am ui jpihsss.
Union, Memphis Tenn.
BerUa. Ute ef Bali. A. Oa
J.BMoTWEI. W. e..PATTK805.
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and Bailroad Supplies,
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