THE CRIEM CAIESD1R.
A HOBBIBLE TRAFFIC IU YOLKS
Carried oi by TlllUa Who Pre
teided to Secure Lncratlre Sit
at Ions for Tbem.
Niw Yoek, December 24. John de
Leoo, an attroleRflr. who kept a fort
une telling establishment in East
Fourth street, wee trreeted today aod
lodged in the Tombs to answer a
charge oi kiduippinft. The man did
a thriving ba lines lending yoang
girls to Buuth and Uentmi America to
fill alleged Incrative positions, until he
exposed Limeell to a reporter, who
learned from him tbnt he sent the
girls away to lend Uvea of shame. The
complaint upon which the indictment
wis lonud charges mm wtta kMnap
ping Sarah Djwen, a young girl living
in Astmia, L. I., and sending her to
Panama, presumably for an evil pur
pose. Police insptctor Jivrnes s on
teUivea this morning lorated him in
the Arlington Heme, this city, afier a
long search, by mssi s of a decay let
ter sent to bis son. Da Lton is
charged wi'.hs?veral crimes in Lin
castor, Pa., one of them being that he
played the part of a bridegroom !n a
mock marriage, for which there is an
indictment against him.
Cuicaoo, III., December 24. A
enecinl dioitch from Priori. III., save
Kcsa Roberta, young girl 20 years of
age, claims to nave (been soizad by a
man on the public street yesterday
afternoon, thrown into a buggy and
conveyed five miles np the river,
where ehe was thrown from the ve
hicle into the snow. She was cer
tainly fonnil there and brought back
to the city about midnight last night.
Roes tells a remarkable story to the
effect that she was abducted from her
home in Germany when 6 years old
hv a man named tins, brought to New
York, adopted by a manudcturer
named Roberts as one of his family,
and five jeers ago, when Roborts
died, was left SiOtiO in his will, nlie
came went lth a daughter of Roberts,
who had nurried L, W. Williams,
now engaged in the boot and shoe
business in this city, and lived with
Williams until about a year ago. Hhe
claims tbat iu the man who eels?d her
on the strtet yesterday elm recognised
the one who tibdncted her from Ger
many fifteen years ago, and that the
horror of seeing him deprived her of
consciousness. Rosa bclievts that her
parents are woalthy peop'e in Ger-.
many, and that the object of Bins was
to put her out of the way in order to
keep her from eeimring her rights,
and tli at her long unconscious spell
msJe him holiove that his ohjeet was
accomplished. Hhe is subject to faint
ing spell.", which sometiuios Jlaat for
Rnfe Itlower In Town.
Ci.iviti.ANi), O., December 24. The
five safe blowers who Httouipted to
rob the treasury of Medina county,
came to Ulevslmid surly yeotsrdav
niorulnf, and are evidently at work
here. Last nlgtit five men en tt red
the dry goods store of Heater Bros.,
on Woo ilaud avenue. A hole was
drilled in the d ior of the safe, and a
ueavy cnaige oi iwant powder was In
serted In the whole. Two ahiahlo
plush sacks and a piece of cantoa
flannel were then placed over the
safe to deaden the nolte of explosion.
The fuse was lighted, and a loud ez-
fdotlon that awakenod the sleepers
n the block and adjoining buildings
followed. The two doors of the sale
were blown fiom their hinges across
the room, completely demolishing two
chairs and knocking out the side
doors of the olflce. The do and fur
niture wero more or Ifs injured, and
the rifles itself was thrown out of
plumb. The robbeis secured $260snd
a large amount of valuable property.
There Or mini? Mnt Have Beca
MiLWArata, Wis., December 24.
The trial of the Bay View rioters has
been edjournod until Monday morn
ing at 11:30 o'clock. Mayor Wall ber
was on the stand this morning and
testified in regirHo the proclamation
which ;he issued on May 3 J and 6th.
Judge tiloan, when he adjourned the
court, told the attorneys 1. r the de
fense thnt ho would only allow them
to call tlx witnosjss to prove tbat
there was no riot at B iy View. The
lawyers attempted to discuss the ruat
ter, but Judge Hoan stated that he
cousiderel six witnoj-68 enounh. Sj
far ai 1m was construe.!, he s.id, a
thouenJ witnosso3 could not niuko
him believe tbat there was no riot at
Bay View. He added, iucidejitwllv,
that he deemed the firing by the m. li
tis perfectly justilluble.
A Cuonailly Onlr..
Nkw Oklbakr, December 24. A
soecial Irr m K :sciusko, Miss., to the
TimDfmo?rat fays: At midnight
Wednesday night four or five armed
n ask men went to the house of Jor
don Tesgue, a colored man living on
Mr. Do'en s piece, about four miles be
low town, ami demanded an ehtrance,
claiming to have a Be.uch warrant
A son of Jordan's opentd the d ior,
and, on discovering the men ina-ked
and armed, made a quick ent through
the back witduw, the niaked men
firing at him. Thev then killed Jor
dan and idiot his wife several times, it
is believed fatally. She was shot
through tbe tongue and cannot speak,
but sonified that sbe knew who shot
her. There are diilerent cpinlrnsas
to the cjuse ft the crime and who the
parties we. The community is highly
incensed at the cowardly outrage, and
no doubt the case will be thoroughly
ma Trcllna-lon'a llotty Becovrd.
Ralsiiii. N. 0., December 24. The
body of Mi s Trelinntoo, tho deaf
mute young la.'.y who suddenly dlsap
pearel from this city with W. L. Ring
Lam, and who was from the first sup
posed to have born murdered, was
found today in the woods eight miUe
from Raleigh end one milo from Ciiry,
a village on the North Carolina,
Rilfigh and Augusta railroal. She
had beoa shot throngh the IraJ and
her threat bid been cot.
Tronbl. Kr.mtlna; From Kin,
ruiLAPKLPitiA, Pa., Djceaiber 24.
Whfn court opened tire morning tbe
District Attorney announced that tho
comminRoillb. hud closed its case in
the trial of Rev. WaUta Me'saros for
felonous scsau't on Mrs. Mary Col
etm. Tne d-.r-see then opened, and
Mr. Shields, of counsel for Mesaaror,
addressid toe jury. Uetaid MB,nrra
was the victim of conspiracy, aod tbat
witness would be p'aeel on tbe
stand who wnald tesuly that Mrs.
ColH'on end her husband nwj t,
tbem tliut Mr. Mcbh-gs would not bo
in tie pulpit long; Omf they l.sd
E'.ana nud scheme, to g.t l:im out. He
itt-rly anayneil Mih. IMn n-, nnii
referrin:: to tin r v -ntlui M udnv
morui"!: when Mesa' s had v;iti d
Mr:'. C! :Mnn nt her rnjiii's;, bo ambit
edlLaiwbilo t!.o luialsttr vas n-
plainina to the lady in her parlor ttiat
reasons for refrains' a letter of with'
drawal from the cborcb. (he had
thrown her arms around him and
screamed lor her husband. Tns bns
band and others, whom counsel stated
be wonld prove had been brought to
the house for tbe purpose, then rushed
into the parlor and overpowering the
minixter placed Mm nnder arrest.
The first witness celled was Mrs. John
Duobp, formerly Miss Ne'lie Macon
whom Mrs. Ojlbtoo te't fled had said
tbat Mee-aroe hid kiessd br previous
to her Ttarmg. Mrs. Uanlsp ex
plained tbat the minister bad kissed
her at her home when her father was
dying and while ehe wss crying.
MINISTER TO LUJEKU.
Death Kenlenrw Sit lb Rcclplea
CuiCAon, III . December 24. Chas,
T. Armistead, the colored lawyer, who
It la raid rta'ids eo nesr the rreti len
tial appoittment as M nie'er to Libe
ria, has received tbe follonirgcim
munication by way of advice from
Ex-Gov. Ucadley ot Ohio:
"Ton ara ronnr man. and I do nt (hi
hare anv deiire t die lumfdiatalv. Th
iiuintinent Hoidant Mininler U Liberia
It, In Diroiiiniun, equiritlrnt in a'ntDoe
oi deala. II prarca no wittt lr. llopmnr,
th lte Minntor. Mr. Pater II. Clark of 'hi
oitr U'incinnatil Tti uaed to laka tha oftioa
whan ha might Kara had it but lor th'S roa
aon, and vary wipalr ba acted, quite wisely,
I think. I da nut kalieve there ii suinine
nunah In loberia lo lava your llle II J on go
thara. Taura rarv trulv.
Such advice and knowledge; coming
from one eo able, nas thrown a damp
er s-imewhat over Mr. Arojietead's as-
Jilrations iathat direction; but ha say
le is willing to matte the trial, and if
he finds his health failing it will be
time enough to give up tne appoint
A Valnnble Hmllcal T routine.
Tbe edition (or Ml ot the aterllna Medloal
Annual, known at llottatter'a Almanac it
now ready, and may be obtained, tree nfoont,
ol druirnnU and aeneral country dealtra in
all putle ol the United Ktates, Mexlen, and
Indeed In every eirihted Portion ol the Wcat
em Uemiai'here. Cnia A'manao hai been ia
ued reaularly at tbe cotemf noamant o(
evory year Isr over ona-Dllb ol a oantorv
It eombinet . with the soandtat uraotiual ad
rice lor the pretemitinn and reaUiratton of
henlth, a larae amount ol Inieieitlna and
amniini light reading, and the oalrndar,
astronomical oalrul illoni, enrenoiogieal
iteiut, alo.. are rreparad with areat care,
and will ba found entirely accurate, ibe
iaaue ol lloaiotter'a Almanao for 1HH7 will
nrobahly be the Iwgoet edition ol a medical
work ever publiihed in any country. The
ITniirietort, Moarra lloatetter Ji Co., Fitti
nnich, Pa. on reoelpt ol a two-rent atamp
will forward aoneyby mall to any peraon
woo aannot procure one in ma noigUDerno
rollrjr I'lajria Jnbllaut.
Pitt bubo, Pa., December 24. The
njlicy players in this city wie inb'.
lant yesterday, aod the policy dialers
were ui-niiuiiuuni, iu cuiiHL'uueill B ni
the fact that the numbers 4, 11,44
commonly known as the "coon to,"
came out. The result was that the
backers of the game lost SC300 un this
aloro, and many of tiioi-o who have
been plaving policy for year?, with
varying fortunes, have very hand
some CliriFitrinB uiltj. The winniuus
lateil from f'i toSlOO or more. Several
of the fortunate oues stated that the
numbers came out yestardar for the
liret time in two years and nine
inoutbp, but that Fomthidy had played
them evury day at ace that time.
A II OUT LIBERAL OKFEB !
Tua Voltaic Bklt Co., Marshall,
Mich., ofler to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bki.ts and Klectrio Appli
ancos on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc Illustrated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
SnlTooalext hj Coal Ga.
New Yona, Doi.ember 24. Car-t.
Peter Lefevre, superintendent of the
Havannah Line of steamers at Pirr
No. 35, was found in bis bed this
morning st his reeidence at New Ro
chelle, suirocated by coal gss. Mrs.
Lefevre was also fouud unoonfeious
and Is not expected to recover. The
couple retired at 10 o'clock la't nisht,
ar d the wea'.ber being warm the doors
of the heater wrre lift open and tho
gai eEcaped Into the room.
Biron Ton llumbslUt,
In his t avo's and explorations in
Mouth America, became deeply inter
eued in the wonderful properties of
the Cjcs plant. Consumptiou and
ai-thina, he eays, are unknown smnng
llis natives who use it, and it is fur
thermore conducive to longevity. The
G-ica forms one of the ingredieuts of
the Liobig Co.'s celebrated Coca Beef
Tonic. "It is conducive to health and
longovity. Its ni-e is very bene
floinl. Kumples of longevity are
numerous am iiig the Indiars, who
from boyhood up have used it. Crises
are not unfrcqnent of Indians attain
ing th great ajio of 130 years," says
Prof. J. J. Vao Tabudi (Travels iu
Peru). Invaluable in dyrpepals, liver
complaint, cancer; debility, bilious
To Tent the Dow I.lqejor Law,
Cincinnati, December 24 A num
ber of wholesaa liquor deulers have
taken joint ac tion by employing csnn
s'l t) bring an action in the
I'nhed Staes Supreme Court
to test tho cocstitntionAliiy of
the Dow liquor tax Isw. They pro
pfe to deny the right of the State of
Ohio to tax dealers in products of
other Htatts. Tbey will bs J Ined by
saloon keepers who have paid their
taxes under protest.
We Cntitlow All Again! Thorn.
The nnnrtcadented success and
merit of Kly'a Cream Calm a real
rnre f r catarrh, bey lever and cold in
head bus induced many adventurers
to place catirrb medicines bearing
some resemblance iu appearance,
style or name npon the market, in or
dur to trade upon the lepntatlonof
Kly'a Crenm Balm. Don't be deceived.
Buy only R y's Cream Bilm. Many
in your immediate hedity will testify
In higbei.t commendation of it. A
purtlcies Is anpiisd into escb nojtril j
no pain ; agreoablei nee. Price 60c.
Heilcm 1'rutral llouilo.
Bokt.iK, Mass., December 24. The
Mizicitn Central Utilioad Company
has ieined a circular nnnouiicing tint
tho Knitlish bondho'dere, who bare to
fore lehiBed.have w thdiawn a'l oppo
sition and have rgried to convert
thlr bond's under the pr mpiny's clr
cuhr of Dfcembor 15, lKK'i. The cir
cular eavs: ."Up to dae there ere
only J2.75O.03O worth cf bands 10
mainlng unas-ented. These, how
ever, aie coming in rapidly, and tub
stautially all the bonds wiil be eon
verted by tbe end ol this month. Tbe
company is able to psy in cash only
half of the Internet maturing January
1, 1SS7, and iu rccardarce with the
ad vies of all the bondholders who
c mid r. aili y be consulte d, comprising
moie tl an a mpjnrily, tne company
now clltfis to ry coupon No. 11 ol ite
nmtg ;f eseii(ed four per tent, bom's,
bearing inb raet from J.initry 1, 1887,
upon prewntation a::d turrtuder ol
ihs Fame ht the enmpmy's ollice In
ltnsttn, or nt the b -uking lioiie o!
Metsrs. Cily nn. !il.H, Currie i Co.i
Liru'oil, o i iii'il Bft.r ilue dab'.
SnUtrlb Ir the AieaI." I
MEMPIII8 DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY,
AWD ORIGINAL "SAMUEL
rabllsbes One of Bret Carte's Stories
as Ills Own, Tbat He Sight Pose
as a Literary Han.
Niw Yobs, December 24. The Star
ssys that M. B. Curtis, who has for
some years been known as an actor c
mors or less merit, and who has lately
aspired to become a etiry writer, was
"caught in a corner" loot evening lu
his dressing room at the Fourteenth
Htreet Theater by an indignant editor
and an inquiring! Afar reporter. The
editor was Mr. Harrieon Grey Fiske
of the New York if rror. His indig
nailon was occielonel by the follow
ing, which was pub lshea yesterday
A oorremocdf nt of broad end wall tnund-
ed litrrary aciWur oalla our attention to a
Hory prin led In tbe Chrixtmu number or
the New Ycrk Afirrre-entiUed, "Tbe Mjor'a
Mory," f iinnil and parbapa oonlribat-d ai
tthatnalbyM.fi. Cur'M, an no or. It to
veelf a gueor aUta ol thinaa. It i, with tha
exoeptiop oi merely a di can worda or ao,
reurint of tba "Man. krm Knlitna." h M
Bret llarte. lubhal-ad orialnikllv a few wa&ra
uo in wie one. ui couri-e tne Mirror net
been loiponed upon, and whether Mr. Ourlii
naa beea lunoed npon alao. er ii tbe impoa
tor biuiiell, reuiainn to be determined.
"I wrote to Mr. Curtis on November
11th," said Mr. Fiske yeeterdi-y alttr
noon. "atkiLtr him to contribute a
shoit story or auecdotn to the Christ
mas number of the Mirror. On No
vember 14th the following treDlv was
llarrinoa Gray Fitke, Eaej., Mew York Mir
Mr JjKie Finae Vnnra nf (ha llth In.l lA
band. I ahall be (lad t do at you roauent.
and in a day or two will put my thinking:
eap on and endeavor to give yeu aoiuething
nowiyaau anieitaininf. truly your.
M. is. (,'uaTia, V,
"A few days later a manuscript toll
was lett at my clticer by a messenier.
it was 'ine Mojor's story The erti
clewas not in h:s hand writing, but
tbe signature was 'Curtis.' Tuis I cat
cut end sent to tbe engraver for a fac
simile reproduction. The autograph
was appenued to the printed ait e'e,
i never ren rsret uarte's'Man I mn
Holano. I did not believe that Cur
tis, who has known me In a frier. dly
way ior years, would he guilty ol
fraud, literary or otherwiee. The
Major's Story' s emed to be rather
c everer than one miitht natuallv ex
pect from a man of CurlU'a intellect
ual cul.brr, but I did not suspect thut
be wou'u impose npon me In this
It did not take very much persna-
sion to get Mr. Jieks tosccompany
the reporter to tbe Fourteenth 8trei-t
Theater, where Mr. Cuits id playing.
Tbe sccuFed plagiarist war; found in
his dressing room in the bowels of
the earth under the auditorium, lie
was staadlnit in front of a lookine
glass deeply interest- u in naintins his
eyebrows a brilliant orange. He did
rot Inos at all l.appy when Mr, f iske
explaiued the reason of the visit. His
face was a deep carmine, but that waa
doe more to a liberal coating of
grease paint" than from the blushes
arising from deteited guilt.
".lit down here and I'll tell vou all
about it," begrn Mr. Curtis, but be
fjre te could get any further his wife
apt eared at tbe door aod exclaimed
flow, turfy, don't tell them any
thing. They wanted a story and they
f;it s good one. They ought to be sat
bfled." Mrs. Curt's wss pacified and left for
her oarn dressing room. Then "M.
as the sctor is called by his inti
mates, contined as follows:
xou bas 1 did not think about
writing this story until the time was
nearly up, and then I waf in a quan
dary. I wanted to do tbe right thing
to oblige Fitke, hut I hadn't time la
get np a story. Su when I wss think-
ng it over and wondering what to do.
who should I meet on Broadway but
C.il. J. F. Millik-en, the playwright. I
told the Colonel about my fix, aid he
said : 'Why, Curty, old boy. I'll write
bat etrry for you,' and in three davs
he brought it to me. lie eaid it was
original and 1 paid !i;m for it. He
asked ins lo have it copied, as his
writing was known at tbs Mirror
fuce, and ro I got my ttage manager
to write it out, and he signed my name
"Uondconv of my s'enature. too.
wasn't it T You sao I am bothered so
much with autcgrsph seekers and peo
ple who want p ;s?es. Well, that's all
hero is to it, 1 wou'du t havs ba 1 It
happen for $103. Bnt Millikin's a
llrbt rata fidiow, and he didn't mean
anv harm, I know."
F. H. Vjrley, Mr. Cuitia' advance
gent aod Bucietnry. bad already ex-
pli.iced lo the reporter that he ( Var-
ey) wrots tliu srdcle from sn old
scrap b iok of Mr. Curtis . 11 u pa d
tbat he liear'y always did Curtie' lit
erary woik bictuie it was a good ad
vertisement Ijr that gentleman and
Cuitia had ml lime to do it himself.
Ho said that sir. Curt's bsd cot even
revl the story.
"1 had two s'ori. suid Mr. Var-
ley. "One blob I wrote myself and
bis ftl -lot's n ory.' t dida t tliink
muoh of 'Tho Matot's Story.' snd was
going to seed in mine, which was
much bet'er. Mr. Uurtis decided lor
The .Major's 8'ory,' however."
(Jul. J . t. Milliken his sn cibce at
N0.H6O Broadway. He is an "adapter"
French iilays. and adrtpted 1 hre
ll'irei to Ois llwband, which was
ought out at tbe Union Square The
ater three years ago. lis also adapted
NUouchs tor Lo'.ta.
It wss learned lest niitht from sn
old Chicaco newspaper man that M B.
(Jnrtis three years sgi agreed to buy a
play from an Inter-Oc'an reporter
named C E Wright. When Wright
asked for his money Cuitia said he did
not care for the play. Afterward, it la
tid, tie used much ot it In ibpot Cum,
u vay Wriijht no credit nor money.
rrrlw1Via'rrM rwnnt rcPnrltT.Strfnirtli an-
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tin Aniinuill.l.l'"i'l'niorl n-J-l I'r. IVuv-a
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IHU-UU.I COFFEE &SPICK 0
Coffee Roasters, Spice Grinders,
Importers final Wboleaale Uealrra In'
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UMC5 SAVINGS BANK.
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID IIP CAPITAL, t i : t : t t $100,000
Intereait Xa.1c1 on 3oFoaajltM.
OPKH ATIRD4I8 IK1IL 7 O'lLuiK P.M.
M. H. KATZESBERGEB, President.
JOHN A. DKNIB,
J. W. HOliOMR.
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W, B, 6ALBBEATH & CO.
75 tTATK STREET, UOSTOV, MANS.
Cash Advances on Coiisignmen ts.
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AND TRUST COMPAK Y.
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I1OUI8 HANAUER, THOMAS BOY LB IDAVID P. HADDEN.
LAZARUS LEVY. JOHN W. COCQKAN, JAMES A. 0MB8R8,
ANDREW RENKBRT. SOL COLEMAN, EWD. GOLDSMITH.
JAMES S. ROBINSON. HARDWId PERES.
aw We isin drafts, In 10ms to inlt pnrobaaers, on M parta of Europe.
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D. Pa HAUDEX, President. EWD. H0L0S3IITII, Tico-Presldest '
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HELLY, EOFEE & RBILLY,
ir ocers & Cotton Factors,
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JOSEPH NVGAKMAW. HEURT FRAKK.I
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Uidesale Grocers and Cotton Fsstea
Usi. tl 1-2 and 13 Unisa
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31 niul 3G Madison
M. 0. PKARCK.
Me Co FE ARCS i& Co
Cotton Factors & Commission Slarchs,
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A'Q'JARTEITCA KZILUOCQLLARS FULLPaDCIT
Cotton Factors and Commission'; Merchants,
No. 214 Trent Street, Corner oi Monroe, Memphis, Tenn.
J. B. HcTISBI. W. S. PATTE80W;
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Vioe-Prea't. I JOHN LILLY. Seo'x and Treat.
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Wavli,. Jm R.tlT, w. fff . Itonai.
1. EATZENBERGER, Cashier.
T. P. TW.IN.
J. FI. HI8C0E,
S . H. MKYttHS.
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upward, and interest allowed on lame BenH
Bonds and Beouritles senerally, pay taxes, aot as
nuanoial bnainen requiring a sale ana reiponalbls
, FRANK & CO.
W. S. 90 AS.
Street, Parophla, less.
8. V. BOWDIIE,
St.. : BZenu1ite, Tem.
IJOHN L. MoCLKLLAN.
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