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Tennn.ee, Mlulaalppl, Arkaa.
. Alabama and Teiaa.
MEMPniS,' TEKN.i FRIDAY, MAY 3, 18S9.
VOL. XLTX NO. 97
EMS ABY AMOUICEMENT !
Is. LOWENSTEIN, - - CIvOTHIER
241-248 MAIN STREET, COMER OF JEFFERSON,
Begs to announce to the public that he is about to retire from the business of Retail Dealer in Clothing, Hats, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Etc., and otters for sale his immense stock, regardless of Eastern
and local values. It should be borne in mind that this is a
CLEARING OFT SALE! CLEARING OFT SALE!
And not an attempt to clear a stock of old an J unsaleable goods. In order that the desired results may bo accomplished, prices arc cut on every piece of the large and
VARIED LINE OF MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING
Since the goods offered constitute one of the largest stocks carried by any dealer in Memphis, and embraces complete assortments of all sizes and for all ages, each individual reader is directly and per
sonally interested. All the latest styles and best makes 'arc represented. In addition to the large stock of Clothing there is offered
AND CONTINUES FROM DAY TO DAY UNTIL THE ENTIRE STOCK IS
L. LOWENSTEIN", 241-243
k-TH ANNUAL CONVENTION. ITS PRO
I . CEKDINOS AND RESULTS.
Soma Strong-. InWreeUna- and Inatruo-
' Uve Paper Bead The Aaaoclailbo,
! la Charmingly Entertained by
-. the Bentonvllle People.
Special I'l-iaitch to TIm Appeal.
HtxToxvn.Lit, Ark., May 2. Tho pre
convention concluded it Inborn at 4 o'clock
today. W. W. Folaom, ( tlio Argent
YvLttf, presided, anj J. IL Jnbe, of tho
feearcy Iltanm, ollirlled a accrctary.
Scnatoi June and llerry wero prcacnt
and Invited to take aval within ttio bur
o( tlio aaaoclation.
Tho Key. J. N. Hull, of tho Arbw-u
Jlni4lri, rrail an ablo paper on "Kdiioriul
cponaihility" fur tho character of adver
tiaing. A resolution deprecating personal jour
naliam waa adopted, embracing the follow-
lnif clauxc: "Wo ruconinicnd thut IliU
axxocintlon rrfiiao to exchnngs with any
editor who indulge in cnKnal Jour
nuliim." AnniiorhyJ.il. Hctli. of tlio Uttlo
Ilirk Iknwrmt, on newpaMr dircctoric;
how they ran bo made mora valunhlo to
tho publixher, was road by the aecrvtary.
In the alxcnco of the cwaaylat, J. IL
Newman, of tlio JJarnxon limn, tvm
fan-fully prepared pnM-r on coojwraliou
In lorclgti atlvcrtixing.
Mr. Kuirinn Moore, of tho Alklu ifoil.
rrad a thoughtful roany on nrccptanre ol
courtcaic liy the pre, which wa ful! of
aeiilimrnt that did honor to tho author,
both ni a w riter and aa a conclcntiou
lurmhcr of hi craft.
Mr. J. W. Adam, alitor of the I'ino
I'.lulf (!rwh'n; l0i vcriMl au oration on
uiodi-rn tiolilii-a. whirh waa Tory well ro
reived. Mr. Aduma t a young man. barely
pant hi majority, but bia oration prove
III in a cloee (linicni, a aounu innmcr aim a
wnt'T of excellent promise.
JTZ. Miller, editor of the Fort finlih
Jrual, read an antu-tlnic way on tho
pliMtirc of Journal ixm, which kept bia
aucllcure ronvul'd with laughter.
A cuiimunlcniion wu read from Towoll
Clayton, pn-nideiit and manaurr ol the
Kurt k hprinii Kailnnid Company, Invit
liK tho member of Ilia Alkaiwa I'm
AMorlatlou al their fumilieo to vi-.it Ku
rcka h'pring and am pl tho cotirtuaie of
free travel over il linea en route to tlio
prinioi and return, anil iudiratinii that It
wm dvairahlo that the membunroui and
go in body. Tho invitation wu accepted
without opKMilion or debate.
Tho follow iii oiru-era wore olerted for
tho eimuinK vear IVeaident, J. It. Ncw
man, of tho llarrln li nrr, Kimt Viro
rrenldcnl, F. It. William, of the Fort
Pmith limn: Pecond Vlre I'real lent,
ticoro Thorniiurg. of tho Walnut Kidpo
JtUfJiimr; Third Viro l'mildent, K V.
Johe, of tho KuMflllvillo lrmnmil; ("orro
IKindinit fecretary, J. It. Jolw, ol tho
hoarry linwm; lti-ronlinK Nrretury, II. W,
tfft. of tho Juloilia AiiMnrr; Trra
nror, l. A. Uatea. Arkanaoa City Jmntnl;
lliatorlan, J. W. I'ndcrhill.ol tho Conway
1y VuUn: t)rator, i. W. Miller, of the
Fort Kmltli Journal; Foot, Japer I', lilack
burn, of the Uttlo Ko k lirimUirnn.
The (ollowinir Kni'utive (Vtinniittro wm
elected: 11. M. Itarrinjfton. Marian, Jmlrr;
Kugune Moore, of tho Atkina Mml; R A.
Warren. Texarkana Jtulrp ntiml; A. I.
Jme Mitrhnll, Uttlo lt'xk Drmocrn'; H.
M. Iiaily, IWntonville Journal.
The following delegulee were elcclod to
tho 'aUoaa) Aaaociatiou; At largo, Adam
Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Neckwear, Underwear, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, Canes,
Clark, of tho Arkadeiphla Slnwlml; alter- I
nate, (i. It. illiuux, of tho l ort SinitU
Finit Iitrict W. S. rurnett. of tho
Helena ItoW.f; aUernnte, F.. I). Ijindvoiulit,
of the Forrint City Timet,
reeoml 1'Mtncl 1. r. Joti, n the. Him-
Mlvillu Iktmvml; alternate, J. V. Vuder
bill, of the Conway 1'nliin,
Third Pint net J. . (ianlner, lyinrxilt
Scoyunr; alternato, J. J. Tiiouiitwiii, Oko
Fourth liiwtrirt O. C. Iludivl. of tho
llrnilil Joiiriuil, Clurkavillii; ulieruato, T.
C. Maya, Ih titon I'oiirier.
Filtli 1'iHtrii't lliiitrt F. Keatran, of tlio
FiiyettD .Vxou-f; alti-tnatc, A. W. Hurley,
I'M'iiloiivillc A imrr.if.
iN-leJito to Tennemee State AaanHution,
F.. It. Ijtinlvoi,'ht, of the Forrent tJily
Tin-; ilelexil" to the Te&M Airialloii,
J. M. li.iitia. of tlio Fordyce l.itirr,riA:
The dehvuleji h ivj tieeii rivully f.Mtti d
and cniert.iiiied by tlio rood ritiz'tKoi
llentonvillo nud ahowcreil with irnuiiful
roiirtuiiie. I.Jt nilit they wero hill
quettoil and tonlj.u they will lJ enter
luincd by tho lli-utonviile iCi-adinj Cluh,
an aaooriiition romp'Mi.-d of ludiuik The
reeeption of tho Ite.idinn Cluh will bu fob
lowed by ball yiven III honor of the !
aociiition unler the auapiee of th Fire
iHipartiiieiit. Fvery leading paper in the
Mate wa reprewmtod, ami the H'rwunnnl
of tho BMKN'iuUoii, a prex-nted in conven
tion, wax a Una array of Intellect and ipxid
look burly d xtnhuled, and in nine cum
combined. The proceeding were c tin rue-teriu-d
by the utiurmt harinotiy and roI
frllownhip. Tho MM-ri read evince. 1 a
hik'h order of ability, and Hie orraniun wan
great aucci-st in every particular.
A Toun Kentuekian tthoota Ilia Sweet
heart and Kill Hlmteir.
Fabiixotok, Ky., May S. jtt nljilit
Imi Morion and Mm l.iuio llnyea, both
of tin place, attended a ball in Independ
ence Hull, thla town. Morton obj"ctod to
Miaa llayea dancing with hi rival and the
Ignored bia protcet, whereupon bo aworo
ven-eanc auaJitut both partiea. After tbo
tifrwichorean galetie wrw at an end Mor
ton etartod to accompany hi lick In :
heart In her home, and while on the
Ircct aifnin uphruidixl her for her con
duct at the hall. It worn ho wo
not in a very repentant mood, and
young Morton, mad with jealousy
and batwd drow hi pitol and era the nu
ux-cimg maiden could divine hi dia
bolical turxx)c, fired three thota nt her,
one ball atnkinir her in the brcoal and in
flicting a probably fatal wound. Thinking
that ho bad ai-couipiiahed hi di-ain, the
would-be murderer now turned hi deadly
weapon aiiainat hiinaelf and ono ahot
emkxl hi life. About ono year ago Mor
ton mado an unaucceailul attempt to a
aaaioate Hedford Crabtree becauxo Crab
tnx waa trying to win tho adectionl of
Mia llayea from him.
A OlASTBOOS F1BB
At Stuttgart, Ark. Ibouaand or Dollar
Loat Detail Ueager.
fprrill l'l-uh loTba ApxL
Litti a ItcHE, Ark., May 2. fetutttart,
Arkauaa County, bad ft diaoalrou fire
Wodnealy olght, but only meager detail
can bo learned h.-ro. However(it U known
that aovcral valuub'e building and thou
aand of dollar' worth of property wero
deatrnyeiL Among the building reported
to have been deal roved wero the Malady
Hotel, tho llarne llouae. tho bank build
ing, John A. Thomuaxon atort and rn
tenia, l'eg. Illy & Co.' itorn and Mm.
Itanch'a n-aidencc. No partioiilar a to
bow the tiro originated were obtained, but
from the information at hand it ia inferred
tliul it iiultid iu tbo Malady llutui.
ALB BEGINS TODAY,
THIS IS REALLY A CLOSING OUT SALE, made for the purpose of disposing of the entire stock, with a view to a retirement from busi
ness as suited above. All conventional values will be disregarded,
GrOOIDS WILL IE ZED SOLID POH WHAT THEY WILL BEIKG.
IN VESTI3 ATION TITO T'JS CAU3 1 OF
AN 1N3ANK PAT.CUTM DEAT.I
DoireU a Most aivo'll can1 Ilirbroua
8ta e of AfTv r A Newa.oapir Man
Ii.oiai the Inbu uan 1rut
cunt of Attonlan-a.
Cllic.toit, III., May 2. Coroner Hurt
and a jury bcin Pxlay mi invexti.'iitioii
into tho ciiux-j of the death of John I'.uiua,
a patient in tho in-mid axylum nt Jelf.'r
tMin. Atleiiduulx KieliardMiu, Cr-'iti and
1'e.ielin, who arc cliarl with IxMllug
him to de.ith, wore preaent. Tho dead
luaii'a widow and her brother tetill.-d
lh.it Hum wa in good health when ho
waaaent to tlio aaluui, an I tho only
abraxion on bia U dy waa on olio of bia lep),
which bad Ix-en injured. Tlie imxit dam
aging leaiiinony wu thut of Cliarloa lleck,
a reporter, who euccuvfu'ly played tho
inaaiiity do I go and w.i admittel to tho
aaviuiii, where ho wa an cyo-witnce to
much of the brutal Ireatmeni which re
duced Hut it iu ten day from a atrong
uuiu to tx complete pli)ii'iil wreck,
reiultitiit in hi de.itli. Tlio Cory
waa ono of Iho nuwt revolting
ami IilniNIc- cruelly. Tho Wiliiea de
tailed at great leu.-tli lln rcH;.ited ac: i4
brulalilv which the thr.-e accuxed attend
anta iullietcd Uxm the unfortunate (nan.
Ho doi'lured that tho lui.icnt wa not
unruly, but atwmcd d.ind and incaialilii
of umli-rxtandiug what waa wanted of hi in.
Ik-ck rxod that ukmi their arrival at tho
aaylum they were given cold belli; then
he nud llur'iia wero left ahivering In a cold
rixi'ii for lllleen miiitiU-a; thcu, after el
amination ty iho doctorx. tho atten lxiitx
took charge of them. Hum wa ordered
to (it on a Ix'iich. Ha K-eun-d uot to uu
dcrxtand and did not doao, w hereupon ho
wo violently thrown down iifMin it liia
lug iu a daaed and helileaa way, attend
ant llichardaon kicked hi in Violently
in the abdomen. Jtiirna again anwo
nd tried to walk away, when
Hirhardxoii caught him uy the collar an 1
throw him to the floor. And o tho
bruulily continued, the three attcii.lanlx,
UichaMxon, Crogan and Fiwcha ea h tak
ing purl iu It, kicking the helpie lunalic
in the aide and atornuch, atrlking and cut
ting lit face with their Hit". Tliey under
took to dreaa hi Wouuded le, jerked him
tlx. ut roiigniy anu cauaing nun excruci
aiiug iigonv, meantime continuing their
blow. When thi wax done Crogau
nicked up one of Hum' (Ikx-i and, taking
It by the toe, beat the unoltcnding palioni
over Ilia head Willi the heel of It, cutting
great gaalic and covering the unfortunate
victim with In owu blood. Hy thi
time be wa in a aemi-coinatoao
condition and wu fuat hxung con
cloiiani. He waa then jerked out
of hi seat, which waa covered with bl.xxl
that bad run down from hia bead. That
night witnc aud Hunia were put In the
aainn cell. Hum wa ordered to reinov
hi clothe, but not complying wa cuibnl
and clapped. Finally tho attendant
trippcd hini.end then KHiardxon kicked
him In the abdomen, knocking hiui acrox
tho cot. At another time the wilneaaaaid
lie beard tho eound of blow In Horn'
cell, and loud crlea from Hum hutting
aaveral minute. Attendant Hchulxer,
Crxan and ltichardon wero there. 1 hen
a pail ol water wa brought, and tho door
waa cloaed and Imkod. lb attendant
evidently came to the cooclualon that wit
tieawtoiiiiiiJtiv and he wa removed
i. nn.itlier Dart of tli building. The
rcyof lur caut out of the aaylum at tbo cud,
FURNISHING GOODS, I-IA.TS, ETC.
MAIN STREET, COR JEFFERSON.
of ten daya. Hum waa tl -i re lmwd la A
akcletoii and wa a alltv, hollow eved
idiot. Tim leMirtcr tiid ho. when
fneiidx act iii.'d hu reli'nw, I'r. Keruan,
the upcriii'en.binl of the anylnin, lio .W
hi head oiiiiuoiixiy rind iulv)a-d andu I
it. He declnn-d the roxrter to le incui.i
1.1 y lii-aiie; that be knew thia 1cu'im- ho
hnl wmrlied tho rrm very rlwly. Ir.
N hiil. r, of tlio tulr, concurred in thi
A receaa wa then taken bv tho Coroner.
TUB PROMI4KD LAND.
CberoVee Btrlp ilooioer Will
rj c'.ed-Th Outbrle Iowa Sit.
Four HkMi, Ind. T., Mjy 2. dipt.
ll.ivi-x and compaay of raviilry left
KiuutNlicr yoxterday lo eject aeltlera from
tho Chcrokuo ktrip, and a company alto
left Ciulhriu for tho initio lirMae. Key-
crat hundred nvttieniare now in the atrip.
They aro dcterniiOed Ini-n, wlio liavo
Mated everything on the Oklahoma o n-
lug, and, failing to get their claim, have
gone to tho atrip. No organlfted rebal
ance lo tho military la expected, but raxrx
of inihvidii.il riniataticu and a largo
amouut ol liarUhip and auITering are cer
titriiiuir. Ind. T . May 2. The aurvey
or eiigiigeil In laying out a new tiuthrio
town alio hare ui-('x-tel In Ixating tlio
exterior corner of Ilia liimn--xi quarter,
and Mayor Uyi-r at oneo iauel an order
to all pro-ortv owner to make their lot
conform to tlie line hu I down. Tho
(.llicial aurvey will not b-i ctiiiiploted be
foro hatur'biy, and in the iii'-auliiim tho
n-preenlutire men of t.iiihrin will do
their tituioxl to make the rrinl of (hurt
duration when it dot- come. Tim puat
two day have wrought many cluing-- in
Ixith t'iuthrie and (ik'uhoma Cily. At
leaxt fifty building bate Ix-eu en-cled In
each pluco, all of them wxdn, with tho
traditional xpiaro fmul. Two bank am
doing btidnca In (inlhtie, and a third
will bo In operation Ihlx w k. Hiipplie
are Ix-ing hauled in by Urn railroad, aud
hoard and lodging may now be aeeured
bar a reaaonahlo auin. Tbo bull. ling are
nctml an thut they may Ixi eiiHi.y moved,
and upon I do conclusion of the aurvey a
p-nnral liiltliig of lix-uliona mv t ixked
lor. In three or four week both toun
will have reached a poiat when tiredie
tlou lo their futuro cac bo uiado Willi
greiticr ct rtuinly.
Tho work ol ecttllng claim I proceed
ing rapidly, but theru are few Indieat on
that aettler will do linx li toward imp liv
ing land thi year. Jlelwern (iuthrio
aud Kingflihor l hero are aot more than a
doten claim on w liirii plowing haa Ixx-n
beg on. 'lh luct ia the -n I t'" fur
dvanred to pro uiae any d-crnt reward
for labor thi apring, an I many of the
Mttlera have goiio to Outline, Oklahoma
City or Kingllahor, where there 1 a do
maud for uien and team In hauling
freight. Oklahoma City h wWed It
difh-renre ariaing froai rlmm jumping,
and the people there prof a to view the
goucral aituation with git at aatlafactlon.
I'ato. 0., May 4 -Iho roae of tho
PUl of Ohio agilnat Jier Murkey, aged
23 yura, Indlctod for tour Irr In tho flml
degree for killing LI mother, Caroline
bharkey, on the night of January II lat,
waa roncluded laat night t IU o'clock by
tho Jury returning a vcr hit of guilty of
Uliirdor In the UrA drgr The delenao
wa niado on tho ground ' inaauity. The
trial from tho beginning to the end at
tracted tho inoet Intenxe inh reat, and Iho
public mind wia art and pronoiinivd a lo
Li sanity. Ho ruid a conh-Mion the day
of tho funeral and admitted tho killing.
Tho yerdU t WM root! vt'il 1 1- hiiu without
Etc The stock is large and
DISGUSTING 30 NAME.
TDl CEM TENNI KL BALL AT NEW
YORK A UUUNINQ DI-SURAOB.
Iloollum Oat Po4-ilon, Inault Lowd
Ing Booloty Laitlsa, Make Marry
With Improper Cbarwctor and
Pick tbo Pocketa of Ounta.
Nnw Yoag, May 2. Tho llor.f ay:
Now that the Centennial b ill ia over, peo
ple, who paid from $10 lo f'-'" apiece to
participate in it, and wlono fun waa rep-n-'tiled
by thn i1miio 0, are taking out
the l il.uii-o In c.-iticiaiu. The buigilit of
the bull-giK-r Wero hliaiered with fault
finding yedcrdiy. On ull aide it waa
conceded that Iho Ceiitcnni.il ball wa the
big ft rt'vutivA failure of the century,
l'eopto w ho were nioatco np h-nt to ijH-uk
were lou-l'-at in il.i l.irlng tho ball a mon
ument ol inripaclty and vulgirlty. A
Mr. Ward Me Alliit.r read bu privalo
dixpatche III hi Washington retreat
comploi- 'nt mile overapread and aodeue 1
The Mvtte In tho dipiier-ronm cannot
bo (h-xcrilx-1 wifely in a iiewapatx-r. Never
aini-e llie piliioe of tho Tuillerii-i wa in-vad-l
in I77l by Iho aaii culottei of Iho
S ine depart iiient haw am h atarlling oiu
trax' been wilneaxx in ximilar circtnn
Ktxnce. W hen it iiand that Iho w altera,
policemen ami uieaM-nger Ixty drank lieaU
of tho trixi chanip.igne, llin ailiiitiou at
mldiiiglil may ho niK'i' xted. JutliTa of
tho hiiiiri-ui'i Court, lioveruora, atalT olli
rera, rluh men, lawyer, mh-:x, ui.lhon
aire, witn U-.iulilul and reliued women,
crowded blankly along the n x-r counter
and deinand'-d ill vain the attention they
wero c llitoined to leeeivn. Tho func
tlonnrlca around iho pUcn allowed Uudic
gutx-d coiileiiit fur tho "free lunch
li-nd." Waiter who did not have lo ac
count for the unlimited wine look la-caaion
to neglect guexl ull I treat IheniM-IXea. Thn
excellent iiiper wax largely w.iatcd. Tln-ro
waa no r-H(ii.iMlit y for anything to any
body. Tho "gentlemen' dining room"
Idea wa ahown to le an utter fallacy.
Hy l:' :i'l o'cIim k a.m. lheupier-rooni lot I
Ix-en given over til IM-opIo Wlcxvj Idea of
enjoyment hail Ix-en leauul in fr-e end
cy xit. Hrunken men Invaded the
ballroom, flourixlilng bubbling Ixittle
of chimpagiio. In tho eorndoi fne
fight were of constant occurrence, (ioio
bier, book maker and women dor-d or
made merry on lh 'airi-axea. Nevur
oneo did in accredited ollhwr of the even
ing interfere, to anylxxly' knowledge.
Tho policemen who werv aohcr wero hrlp
ler. They could not tell Iho drcM-coalud
waiter from the guuxla.
Hy I o'clock niotl o( the rcpnctahle ele
ment were making franl.c and upx-rlnaa
rflort to gel away, liven thi privilege
wo denied Ibein. Aline extending from
thn coat room for IxjO yard, and made up
of aouio of tho leading i-iliiwti ol tin
town, urgod fur hour agxiuat the fi-blo
and iuoleuate partiunn ol the coat rooin.
(ientlemen grew angry jid deeHrie at
thn utter inadequacy of the arrangi'menla.
With torn coat and wrinkle-1 alilrl Ininla
men whoee name are known all over thn
t'niou fought their way toward their coat
tiudcrtho frequent clilli of tho polico, the
joer ol the mob ouUlde ami the ix-rul-clou
activily of the pickpocket. It waa
5 o'clot k In tho morning before the lat
battered and rajgod guiwtlolnnd hi family
at lb door aud rvachod lib hack.
"In il executive aaprcta, tbo rentennlal
ball wa the wont over known in iho hue
lory of the cily," miid a well known man
about town ycxterday. "The po-xlhility
ofluUingthe altendauti get all iho wine
includes every item to the line of trade.
they w '! we rnough to ruin any plan
I thai iniL-hl have been made. I left at 'i
I o'c'ork a.m., w ithout my hat or nail, Twq
I of the checki-ra lualde llio cloak-nMiui were
iriiiiR. i gi my o.in umoruiia ny paving
f I lor one exchanged for it in inv tight bv
Iho fellow w ho demanded Iho ilollar. Of
the lade.-a I im-t, nuu'a ilrex w ruim-d bv
a plrUo of aalad throw u over il by a
drunken brute, ami tho ahonlder ol an
other wa nil from a Ixiltln which a
alruugor hud broken iihiii it I aaw more
rexpi-ctahlit women inxii'led in the upM-r-rx
nu than I ever aaw wen at tlio I rench
ball. I knix ked down a man who tried to
kiM thn daughter of a Icadiug la yer here."
The liikel laker had no rholk placed
Uimiii tlieui, and there ia no oiH-alloil they
inxiln lot of money h-tiiug in -ol who
MevtT ahoiihl bavo Ixx-n there. 1 ho x
liermen imt their loiniH-r comiiletel v. and
cleared xmIo out at Ilia end of lln-ir
cIii'm. Hundn-iUof botlh of wino wero
pwel out of (hair and wild by waiter
and other. Ono iu.iii wa drunk, fell
down laim and wa no badly hurt
that he had In bo carried olf In an ainhu
lance. Many II iga and potted plant were
tolen and unit of Iho lioxi-t were alux k
Ingly aoiled altor their llrxt (xxiioxulx had
led. 11m aupH-r-rixim wo clexn-il by
clnlxi ahorlly alter I o'cl.x k. The light
were turned out in the ballroom long Ix-fore
the cruwil had h ft the building. Or. John
W. tiilili .iid at the IIo;Ia,.ui llouao lu.l
night; "I have Jnxt lluixhed a letter of
congralulatioii to Mr. Ward McAllialer.
The hall, a it went o IT, waa nlxiut thn
Ix-at answer bo could make to IhiMn
wno removed linn. Mr. J-lnyr.-xanl I mil
may know aumeihiiig alroul laihonda, hut
be know nothing of bow to conduct a
CIIAltar.D WITH ARdOM.
A Dlrmlngham Hwloan-tCeopar la a
hp- lal lUlrb to Tli xl.
I'iiimim ium, Al.i., May 1 At day-bn-ak
Ihia morning an employe of tho
1'alur.) Hoyal Hotel, on entering tlio bil
liard hall underneath thn hotel, found Iho
II xir and table (.ituiated with kerMeiio
oil, and iiewxpax-r Ulped In oil were
(caltcrnd on Hie llixir, and in the mi bit of
them wa a glaa filled with oil. A lighted
caudle wu in Iho glut-, and Iho flam bad
almoat readied thn oil. Hen Addiaon, the
proprietor ol thn hall, wa a rivaled iu hi
rixiiu and charged w ith attempt at arxon.
Il lai'laimed he tnod to burn the building
lo set the iiiMliance of i Hi on hi oil i III,
Addiaon beara a gixid ( h ir.ic'.ei, and gavo
a Ixilid of t'l.lKJO. Hid llin dli.iiie
worked doin of live would probably
have Ixx-ii loxt, a thn hotel entram-e atuir
caao pitaxc Ihrougli thn billiard hull.
' lit at HAWKS TUUU
E. T. Talllafxrro Maka lOritt tJpiccn
for llawoe II It No Ct.
f li.l ii!fuik la Ibr Am.oxL
I'.iihiim.ium, Ai., May 2,-Tlie fealuro
in Ihe lljaea i.iu-ih r raan hxlay wa tho
nguiiicu'. of l T. Tallixfciro, the xlroiig
rxl pleaih-r at Ihe Alabama bar. Tho at-
lornr-y rloxr-1 the argu nt for the de-
fenao. Ilia ppeech Wa a iiiaali-rpiecii and
he kxot Hie audieueo rrying Willi . rmpa
thy for Ihe prirxiiinr. Hut Hi (net in
main unchanged and il look very blue
fur llawi-. iho general Impnxion I
that he will hung, holieltor lluwkin will
conclude for the Slulo tomorrow.
ii ' i
ah Arrlaet Malelf.
NoHroiK, Va., May 2. Tho llrlilih
a'eamer 1lgar, ("apt. llodgon, from Nw
Orlean April 2), lor (Jueetiitown, be fom
reported Hiichored In Caxi IxHikout Hay,
, ('., out ol (u -l and with her cargo
(hiftrd, arrived In r lod.iv and will pro
tved lor her dutiaUuu til evouiug.
RECENTLT CONVICTED IN THE U. S.
COURT AT LITTLE ROCK
For Comnllolty In the Plummertlil)
Election Irregulwrltle The Federal
Urwnd Jury Return Seven More
True Dill The Cwaea.
Xvlnl l!.'lrh loTlia A1.
l.irri.R Ilia g, Ark., May 2. In the Fed-
end Court hxluy, counael filed a motiort
for a day of lodgment Iu tho cao of
I'nilod Mu'i ag:ilnt Chai, C, IUU and
Jxinea I.ucaa, convicted of being impli
cated iu election Irregiihirilhxi in Conway
County, and who am confined in prlaon
awaiting oentniim Tho attorney for tho
defeuxo net. up in tho tnolion that Iho
indictment I not aiifHricnl lo warrant con
viction x h-iidervd by the jury in tho
nun-. No further action ha Imm-ii taken.
'Ihe Federal inind Jury reliirne.1 (even
tru i Inlia tlna morning. Mixuxi Crawford
ami Jeaae Iterry Icolotetll, judge of elec
tion in Ilicliland Townhii, JefTvroin
County, are rhargixt with ix-ruiilliiig uo
qualified x-raoii to vote. Tiiero wa a bill
rvturn-d againat Jom-ph K. Kaal, i haryixl
with falxely aKiiminglobea Coiled Mate
Marxhul. Hi other indirliueut cannot
1 he i axn that I attracting ronaiderable
(ttenti'in on account ol one ol Hie tartie
Ctiiii-erni-d la that againat Itufii J. Martio,
(on id Judge IL . Martin oil In city,
I'li-xidciit of Ihe H.ite.ville A Hritikley
liallioad. Tho other defendant are ICobl.
Anthony and I'avid llik-nigliL In thla
cnati tho ili 'fndaiita am being tried on
rharge I tel. rn I iu throe, lu lu tiueiit
which 1 1 live Ix-cn conaoli. luted In
(ii-li r to facilitalo inultcr. Martin aud
Higiiighl loc'ther am aicuavdof ejecting
aiiileiil'.n (iitM-maor. All thrcoof tho
deli inl in' nro charged with making A
f iUecrtillcitn of elii ti'm and of literally
"xtiilhng Ihe ballot. oox." 1 here waa coo
alderublii trouble ex-rienced in aecuring
a coiiix'lent jury, Ix-cauaea Biliiiber of tbo
juror bud heard loo much alxuit the
iilluir. Thi 1 the raxo from While Kiver
iowuxhip, Wmxlrull foiinty. It will be
Ixith iulerealiug and tediou on account of
llin w-rmua charge preferred ar.d (xTuuao
ol Hie larno Uiiinbrrof wilniw prunrnt.
Alxnil ltd colored men were brought In
Iho II rat purl of the week to ti-aHlv in Iho
r.iae. jlo', witn otiii-r pn-w-iii, win
give the court coliaidcruhlo buainexa l)
Irxu-ui I helure the tir.iltcr gx- to the Jury.
I li'j I toieriiuieul coiilen'N that on tho tith
day ol Noveiulx-r, in White Hiver town-
tup, Woo-lrull County, the defendant
mined were ju lg" ol election, and iu that
rapacity ejected Minuel liraham, one of
thn (upi-rtiaoia. In Ihe evening, it ia
further claimed, Martin, againl Hi pro
teal of the liix-rvuxra, pxik Iho ballot
box and went away, retaining it nomething
over an hour. Alter he returned Ihe bal-
lota were counted. In addition ihe Oov-
eminent aver Hut the judge made
(alxi certificate- of chfliou. Ihe Inllea
(title will try lo prove that then waa
iuiu ibacrnpanry Ix-lwot-u tho vote caat
and the ruiurn nm lu.
ailrxrllM( I er tlxale.
Afoi xTk, tia., May 2.-Thoiieorgla Al-
llancj bu contracted with null for two
mi Hon yard of cotton bagging to bo de
livered Hie lat of AuguM. The bagging ia
not to lx Im4 than llnrly-nevun luche
widii atid to average twelve ounce to - tno
yard. The luuiiufactureiw agre to take
Iho IT.IUHI an covered at 10 cvitl dllfc-rent
ix r Hfl poun l lo ever Iho loi of weight
ill light covciing. Ihe bagging will be
I., I. il.e M illn. New OrloniULBiM
the Wed I'viul, Ua-,"MilU.