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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 18S6.
THE STOBT OF HIS MOTHER AT
"Forty-flre Thousand Dollars of the
Maney Becorerrd and All the
liAswoBTH, Kas , D?cember 29.
Shortly after midn'ght the defectives
mho brought Fred Witrock, alias Jim
Camming, to this city left the Wit
rock honse with their p risoner and re
paired to a hotel, wh re they took a
room and retired. While the tvo
officers were absent with Tonne Wit.
trock from the houso Mra. Witrock
was induce 1 by a reporter to tulj what
nation with it could not be concealed
Between broken sobs she admitted
that Frad had DBiticipated in the rob
bery, bot would be releaseJ, aiha
had confessed all to tne UetectiTfi
She paid that shortly after the robbei
Oscar Cook tame to Leavenworth and
isitsd her one evonine, and after
talkinr to ber some time said Fred
was in trouble ; that he bad made
la'ge sum of money on wheat da'8 in
Chicago, and had hed tome difficulty
with a broker over the matter which
ended by bi3 ehcotine the latter
that be had to flee from the
country and wanted bis mother
to take care of the money nntil
she heard from bim further. This
he agreed to do, and the money was
left in her prwiesMon. borne time
after this another young man, who
hivea in this city, but whose identity
she refused to divulge, called and left
Another isckage of money, and t hot
on two other occasions two other
oune men called rt different times
and left money, which thev m had
come from Fred. When atked if she
knew the amounts for the total sum
she said the did not; that they were
Jarire packages but she had never
eouztsd it, believing implicitly
and that they will s ready for ship
ment and transportation OTerthe road
in April next Drawings for special
cars required for this conveyance have
been sent and the cars are now being
bnilt by the company. It is also said
that large consignments of war mate
rial will arrive in the same ship which
brings the guns.
MISS LOUISA BARNARD
the breach wmm
DETWEEX LORDS CHCBCOILL I
HARBIES PHILLIP SCrr.LT, HER
Fred's story, and thiokiug she wes
aiding him by canrrg for his prop
erty, and not dreaming bat that be
came bv it honestly : she had no occa
e:on to use anv of it, havii'g money cf
her own. When asked how the de
tfctivos happened to be here search
ins her hous?, she taid: "When I
read of Fied's arrrfct 1 immediately
wrote to the express company telling
them of the money and requcs'.iFg
ttiem to come t) heaven wortn, ard
that is undoubtedly why they are
here.". This eeemi to be about all
Mrs. Witrock could tell, and the re
potter paesed into ano her room
where two ol tne detectives were
aeated. In response to a question to
one as to the amount cf tne money
they had discovered be disclaimed
all knowledge of money having been
found at tne house. He wss told
what Mr j. Witrock had Slid, and
then admitted that an amount had
been secured. Wb?n aekel where it
had been r arreted, be raid that some
of it was found under a bam, but not
on Mrs. Witrock'e premieta. lie
afterward denied this etiry and said
that the details as told by Mrs. Wit
rock were substantially correct. At
this juuctrjre a krock was heard, and
the two officers who had been abetnt
with Fred Witrock retained. Mr.
Piokerton was atktd about the amount
of money recovered. He at first denied
that wa what he was here for and
that any money had been recovered
When asked what an empty tin box
had contained, which waj starring
near Dy, ce cam it was anout $i,uuu,
and bore all indications of not having
been tampered with, but he coold not
ray. rum or ton muy exonerated
Mrs. Witiouk and lamilj; tiiey
had only done what others
would o under the ctcuoi
stances. "They have done nothing
wrong," said Mr. Pinkerton, "and J
anticipate that when we come to ex
amine wl at we have got, we will find
it all iu the same condition as sue re
ceived it." Tl is ended ta'k on the
subject. Btf.'re going 'o bed. Kobeit
rinktrton v;s;ted tne Itmti ou.e and
eorroboiated in his statements all tint
hed been said by Mrs. Witrock, lie
re i used (ogive the minutiae of the
transaction, bat declared that no
promises or inducements were held
out to Witrock to make a csnfesBion ;
that whatever be did was done volun
tarily without a promise that tie would
not be pneecuted. lc could not be
ascertained whether additional arrests
will be made today.
Tbe Confeaalnn or Mrs. Witrock.
St. Louis, Mo., Diceiub'r 23. A
special from Leiven worth, Kas., oiys:
It was lra-ned nt a late hour lai-t nigut
that Detective Pinkerton came to this
city in teaporse to a snmmons from
Mrs. Witrock, "Jim Cummiogs'a"
mcthr, who informed him (Pinker
ton) that she had important informa
tion for him. When Piokerton ar
rived at Mr?. Witrock'e house he Wts
handed express packages containing
$22,000 io enrreucy, which Witrock
had sent to his family after (ha rob
bery, sending word by tha messengers
who bronght the money that he had
won it by gambling end speculation.
He directed his family to keop the
money secreted for him, ss he had
shot a man in Chicago, and told them
that it would be nt'ached for damages
and that he was oblig-d to leave Chi
cago on account of this shooting, 'i'be
money bad not been disturbed and
was in the criminal wrappers. Mr.
Pinkerton will probably remain here
dnring tomorrow. It is supposed that
Witrock, during ooe of hie visits to
this city, hid large sums of the money
stolen and that he will now turn it
over to the detectives. There have
alr-'ady been reordered of the ttolen
money about $45,000.
Coallriuatlon by the Plakerlona.
Chicago, III., December 29. Speak
ing of the dispajchFS from Leaven
worth, Kas., to the effect that Frank
Witrock, arrested in this city for;coni
plicityin the robbery of the Adams
Exprees car, had confefRfd to the
crime and that about $2U,OJ0 more of
the money had been recovered, Mr. W.
A. Pinkerton said that the informa
tion was correct. Early th a morning
he received a dispatch from one of his
detectives, csnUrming the report.
Witiock arrived in Leavenworth in
te custody cf detectives yesterday.
He was taken to his old home and
pointed out to his captors where the
none y was. It was found in a box,
which had been placed in the ground
under barn ner the honse.
Tbe Story of Her HeaanlllaBer Tba
CerfUtrle Brld Quite Satlafled
Wllb Her Deal.
Witrock Da Itonte.
KawsAS Citt, Mo., December 29.
Fied Witrock, in charge of detectivas,
passed through this city this morning
en route from Leavenworth to 8:.
Lou 8. No information conld be
gathered from the party and it was
aot learned whether Hubert Pinkerton
was with them.
CniCAv III., December 29. A
special from Montreal, Canada, says:
The Canadian 'PaciQii railroad hps
b?en notified by the Imperial Govern
ment tha! twelve e''g'u(y ton puna for
the (1w1mi,89 of Vict' ria aid now beicg
Cor-ft'ticWd fit tbe Woolwich arsenal
Fall River, Mass , December 9.
Agiu it is the coachman and the mil
lionaire's daughter. Tne Border City
is electrified by the published an
nouncement that Jes;ie Barnard,
granddaughter and lieirees of the late
Louis Barnaul, founder cf tho Barnard
Mill?, had married ber own and her
grandmother's coachman, Phi.ip Scul
ly, a young Irishman of 26 yea's, who
has been employed by Mrs. Barnard
two or three years. The ceremony
was performed fonr months ago, on
AuniiBt 20th, by City Clerk George A.
BillarJ. The young people succeeded
in keeping the ma ter quiet duriog
the autumn, and their relations were
not suspected even. Scully, however,
let the cat ont laet week to a carpen
ter emnlored about Mrs. Barnard'i
house, and showed him the certificate.
The latter, of course, told his family,
and his daughters g8iped about the
matter at schaol. Jessie, hearing tbe
rumors, went to one of the bouses
where the matter had been talked n
and denounced it as a lie. Tbi
led to an investigation of the City
Clerk's records, where the marriage
wan recorded. Finding further con
cealment useless tho marriage noJce
wes rub ished by the pair and tbe af
fair Will c iubb a toreo montQB censa
tion. Louis Earnard, whose grand'
daughter has cliosen to follow iu the
footattpi of Vicoria Morrosini, was
one of the fsw men to whom Fall
River owes its greatness as a manu
facturing cecter. He eogaged in v
rious enterprises here, anuaased a vast
foitune, and at the bight of his prog
perity he built a big mansion on Nortli
Main street, at the bead of French's
Hill, furnished it with lavish outlay
provided norees am a picture gm.ery
of great value, and settled down to
life of enjoyment. The houee, from
the outside, is a gloomy looking si rue
ture, big enougti for a holel or beard
ing echool and mignt easiiy be mis
taken for either. During his life Bar
nard collected an enormous anicunt of
rare bric-a-br.c. Ooe room was d
voted wholly t ) clocks, and contained
time pieces of every imacinable shape,
make and ro3t. Toe old cuntleman
bad some Queer habits.arid the famdv
was noted tor itn eccentricity'. He aud
his wife did Lot always agree, end
the story was common that tbe
big house waa divided b.tweeu
them, acd tbat each had a separate
territory. A few b.oka dihtan', on
Chriy street, only a few Bt;pi lrom
Main, u another nouss as gloomy and
cheerless looking as the other. This
was occasionally occupied by Mrs.
Barnard when she had a particularly
severe disagreement witn tier hus
band. ince the death of Mr. Bar
nard, about five years ago, bis widow
hart occupied tho big mansion on the
ni 'io ctreet, and the housa on Cherry
street has been deserted. It has also
been neglected, and shows signs of
decay. Uuesr tones have beta circa
la ed about it. titrange sounds are
occasionally heard at night and people
pay that a iiat smutimes tHRhoB
through the closed blind. Children
chun the home; late wayfarers do Lot
care to linger near it, and the story
that tbe bouse ia haunted is common
among the tunble. After Mr. Bar
naid's death Jessie, the daughter of
the eld mau s ravorite eon, an or
phan, caoie to live with her mother,
Hhn was bngbt and pert, and was
the firt ray of sunshine that ilium -na'ed
tha old honss upon tbe hill.
There were very few callers nt tlie
house, bat the girl went out to school,
and visited couniderably among her
schoolmate, She soon developed va
rious eccentricities, which causrd
much talk in the families with
whom she visited, and she did not
inn many intimate acquaintances; so
the big house remained a mystery and
the o'oss l abile of the grandmother
and the qu er fr.wks of the girl gave
rire to much gossip. During the past
three years Scully has been the girl's
sole male escort, and, in fact, bur prin
cipal companion. A few months a;o
carpectem went to work on the long
deserted house, and extensive repa rs
were made. These signj that the
house was likely to be inhabited af-
nrded a reliof to the neighbors, who.
although tbev did tiot believe the
truth of the stories, still felt uncom
fonable at the condition of things
which originated them. Rumor had
that these preparations were being
made for tie wedding of Jeie,
the granddaughter, and there
was much speculation ss to
horn the bridegroom was to
Mo ore ever dreamed that the
mm who was to step into Lonia Bar
nard's great prcpeity was no other
than Poihip Scully, the coachman,
but so it is. Tht lepaira on tho old
house are explained by the marii ge
auncuRcetrent. There ia no end of
speculation over the "strange girKs
freak," as it is called, but the parties
most interested sra minding their own
business, and the public will doubt-
eia be left to speculate. Scully lives
with his parents on Central ttr-et sr.d
continues to spend his nights at their
Gladstone Celebrates Ills 77 lb Birth
day Frauce Does Not Want
to Fight Get many.
Jlto. B.TOOF. B. I. MoOOWABT.
J. 8. MoTieai. W. 8. PATTKSOa;
Q m Co.
Ixndos. December 29. The Pall
Mall Gattttt says Lord Churchill is not
sat sfied with the explication of his
resignation which the Marqnis of Salis
bury has put foith and h; dec.ared
his intention of explaiidntr the Pre
mier's explanation. This, Lord Ran
dolph declares, unduly rar.-owa the
issue, aud he w 11 emphatkd what he
calls the growing divergence between
himself and Lord Salisbury on nearly
every political qn-fiion. .Lord Kan
dolph will also, tne r7iira cay, main
tain the government'a aimy and navy
estimates, which he opposed, went
exweive. Tho Gazette adds that
L,rd Randolph exnrossis tbe convic
tion that the new Toryism, of which
he is a representative, will eventually
predominate over tna; represented t y
a majority ol tee present Cabinet.
Gladstone 77 Year Old.
London, December 9 Today wes
the 77th anniversary of Mr. Glad
stone's biitb. He attended early
service at tbe Hawarden Church, acd
during the day was fairly deluged
with telegrams ol'ongrtu'stion from
all parts of the world. He was the
recipient of numerous presents.
Lord Can; bell'a New Trial.
London, December 29 Lord Co
lin Campbell's application lor a new
trial of the divorce suit brought
Dy nis wue agMnsi mm is iu
the nature of a technical application,
which, if 'granted, will reopen the old
ca e and not inaugurate a new trial.
Ia other word, it will be a new con
test between the lawyers on thn old
evidence before a new jiry. If Lord
Colin fails in this effort be will, it is
said, take biscasn before the House of
Lords for final adjudication.
London, December 29. Mr. Healy,
addressing a meeting at Glasgow, said
he was giad to see signs which indi
cated that Mr. Chamburlain was re
turning to trie Liberal fold. He
thought it was extremely unlikely
tbat Lord Hartintton would enter tbe
Conservative Cabinet. Regarding the
"X 'iau nt uampatgn, which tbe .Na
tional Leagne is conducting in thn in
terest of Irish te.iantc, Mr. Healy
denied tbat there was anything dis
honest in tne movement.
Lord Hartington left Monte Carlo
yesterday, aud will arrive in London
1'he Qaeen has gone to Oiborne.
It is rumored that Umaloula. the
Abyssinian commander, who under
took the relief of Kas'a.i, which bas
been bes'ecsd by the followers of the
late El Mahdi for npna'd of two
years, has succeeded in rescuing the
city from tbe Arabs. Another report
ethtes that tbe Dervisches defeated the
Abyssinians at Sdbderat.
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Will Not Provoka War Wllb
Vi bnna, Pecambor 29. M. Ulemen-
crau, tlie french staUBman, who 1
visiting Vienna to attend his brother's
wedding, has been interviewed re
specting the possibility ol war between
trans and uermany. Anions other
things he aaid: "There can be no war
between Franca and Germany unless
Germany makes the first attack, be
cause evfcry responsible Jfrericbman is
determined that, France shall offer no
proToontlon. Even if Russia and Gtr
runny should tight, Francn wou'd re
main pastive. It would require a
gross provocation, indeed, lo rouse
Francs to war. Of course, Franre
will refnFe to disarm. It must be ad
mitted tbat France has been c q'iet
Img with Russia, but this was intend
ed merely to fngh'.en Uermany."
Rnnla Prrpniliis lo WH War.
Viunna, December 29. The Vienna
prefs is becoming cjnvmced ttat Ilns
sin is determined to wi'ge war. Re
ports of increifed Kntsian armarrenti
are continually coming to hand from
various Bournes. Tho latest intelli
gence of this kind is to the effect that
300. COO Russian troops have been or
dered co mass in K i d acd that the
occupants of 10,000 lionets have re-
ceiv. d official notification tint col
diera will be billeted in them
Tho Neue Ireie Prute plainly hints
that the be-t tbiug Austria can do is
to submit to Rnmia's wishes in order
to avoid a corn ct.
The Taablalt and o: her uaoers bitter
ly denlore the fct that "Austria is
compelled to abandon her Balkan
programme becansn boo has bn left
n fie lurch by f rinca tSiemrck, who
baa made pease with Ka:sia.
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power and a general debility Jof the
Mr. Lamnr'a Hairing.
N&w York, December 20. A special
from Macon, (ja., says: The must in
dustrious efforts are still mads by the
parties interested to keep theeia?t
s'ate of Secretary Lamar's marriage to
Mrs. Holt a secret. Mo doubt is en
tertained of the marriage and the
lady's Mends have whispered enough
to warrant the impression tbat Thurs
day of this week is the day selected.
Mrs. Holt has no dts're, it is under
stood, to rpach Wiuhingtoa until after
tlie New Year's odeal at tbe Capital
Cooainb, iodoform or mercurials iu
any form in tha treatment of ratar. h
or 1 7 fever should bo avoided, a
they are both injurious and danger
ous. Iodoform ia easily detccied by
its oC;n-ive odor. The orily reiiabli)
cstarrh remedy on tbe market today is
Fly's Croam Bjlai, bein frbo fiom ail
poisonous dras. it bas cured t'i.ms-
uni.s r,t ac u'.e and cnioniccase?, where
allo'.her remedial have failed. A a--ticle
ia applied into each nostril; no
pais ; aRraeable to two. Prico, b') ceu'.s
ho OoverMor, Nlr John Pope, Ke.
Lonnosr. December 29 Sir John
Pope Henneesv wai sn psnded from
the uovernorscip ol Msuntias on an
order if sued by Sir Hercules R Vin
son, Governor of ths Caps of Good
Hone. The reason ansiira' d wai that
Sir John bad occa'doned a breoch be
tween classts and nationalities in tbe
Mauritius which wai not likely to
hcl while he remained Governor.
Gen. Hawley, mliltiry commander of
tbe Mauritius, is aclinir as Provisional
Governor. The change is warmly
welcomed by the people oa the
Viknka, December 29. Baron Theo-
d.ue von Op:in:ezr, the Austrian as-
troiiOiuor, ia dead, lie wee 45 years
London, December 29. Th Rultan
of Turkey has dispatched to Ht. Peters
burg a epecinl envoy with a letter con
grotidatioR the Czar upon the biitb of
Paris, Deremher 29 It bas hern
decided that M. de Brazil shall bs
rerm't.ed to return ti the French
Congo country and there d'sprse of
the grant made by toe Ghambxr of
Deputies in the manner he may deem
Kkbmn, December 29 The NmtK
German Gwtle rousldeis Gen. Ron
larger's consent to a leduction of the
eiHp'ementttry credit for the French
mihury department for tlia preeent
finarcial veuras inlended tostrengthen
the position of the opponenla cf an
increase of the German army.
London, Decim'ier 29 According
to advice from Ndsl tbero is an
ainrining inc eare in that colony of
outr ges upon Kurcpeai women hy
taiive. In iuar,y instances tho
(luaidians cf jjils have experienced
frat d.flicnlty in preventing tha
lynuhirg of f ilch criininsln, and iher:
i i a general ppn'ar de.mnnd for pub
lic fl it-fins', LiandiD'r and kEncinirof
tlieee offenders, ,
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