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MEMPHIS, TENN"., SATURDAY, MAY 4. 18S9.
VOL. XLTX NO. 98
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Iv. LOWENSTEIN, j- - CLOTHIER
241-243 MAIN STREET, CORNER 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, lite., and offers for sale his immense stock, regardless of Eastern
I ana local values. It should be borne in mind that this is a
' CLEARING OFT SALE! CLEARING OUT
And not an attempt to clear a stock of old and unsaleable goods. In order that the desired results may be accomplished, prices are cut on every piece of the
VARIED IvINB 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
A. nULTli LINE OF1 GENTS' FURNISI-IING- GOODS, HATS, ETC.
Including Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Neckwear, Underwear, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, Canes, Etc The stock is large and includes every item to the line of trade.
THIS SALE BEGINS TODAY",
AND CONTINUES FROM' DAY TO DAY llNTIL THE ENTIRE STOCK IS SOLD.
L. LOWENSTEIN, 241-243
FOB THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF
TENNE3SEB OIVKN TO
Jam Brown, of Brownevlll Sam
Utwkloi Qeta th District-Attorney-ehlp
Carter Harrison and John
Bubm Oat Similar Offloea.
Wammsotom, May 3. Ttia Frosidcnt
mado the following npMlntmcnts to.ly:
To be I'nitcd 8 ate. Attorney Samuel
W. Hawkins, ol Tennessee, (or tlio West
ern Histrict o( Tcnnettaee; John ICulitn, ol
Tennessee, for tlio Middle District of Ten
nessee; I). Alva S. Alexander, o( New
York, for tlio Not thorn l'istrict of New
To bo United KLitc MarthaU Joshua
II. Hill, of North Carolina, for the lantern
1'i.lrict of North Carolina; Carter 11. llur
rion, of Tennessee, fur tlio Middle Ii
triclof Tenneanee; Jainct W. llrown, of
Tcnncatco, for tuo Western District of
8. V. Hawkins, the newly appointed
Attorney for the Western District of Ten
nessee, wa thu Ilcpublican candidate fur
Ciovurnor at tlio hint vlccliou. I lo ia a re
ideot of Huntington, and U said to be an
J. W. llrown, who wa appointed United
Flute Marshul (or the Mm district, livel
at llrownaville, ml hui huld the ollico o(
Clerk of tho Court of Haywood County
ainre 1SN1. 11 ia a young wan of high
John Hiihm, who wna appointed District
Attorney lur tho Middle Mslrlet ol ten
nctwee, ia a nutivo ol licrmsny. lie rnino
to llns coiiu'.ry in IJMil, Joinvl the I'uion
Army ami served tiiiougiiout tlio war,
must of tho ti mo on lien. I bourns' start.
At the chtso of tho war ho sclllcd at Nii-h-
villo and ha lived there ever aincc. I lo
la said to bo ono of the beat law) era in the
C. 11. Harrison, the new marshal fur the
same (linnet, served In the I nton army
(lurtnii tho war and roue to the rank of
Mpjor. Ho i a resident of M urf reohoro.
J. II. Hill, of lUlcuih. who waa ap
pointed Miiishal for tho hjntcrn 1'intrlcl of
North Carolina, held tho Mine ollice mulcr
previuut K-piitiliinn ailiiiiniatratiiina.
There waa practically no opKilioii to hi
1, K Alexander, wbo liiu l.on ap.
nointed lhatrirt Attorney for the North
I'ialrict of New York, ia native ol Maine,
but liaa fur a numler of yeara bio a cm-
en ol t'tilo ani ituiiaiia. trom tno tatter
htato be wua apoiniod llflh auditor of thu
Treiumry, but wni removed Iroiu thia inwi
tinn niHjii tho advent of the Cluveland ad-
ininialralion. lie then at tiled in llullalo,
N. Y.. and rniniecd in tho nracllee ol law
lurint tho recent campaign he acsialed In
atleluliiiK 10 1110 eorreaponnonre oi .'ir.
Ilarriaon. and wna frequently apoken ol In
connection with tlio ollico 01 private K-cro-
tary to tho 1 resident.
nrlr llarr.aaMj-Jabn Rnbm.
Piwlst ilch In Tlx Apal.
Naiiviii., Tenn., May 3. Tho p
polnluient of Carter Ilarriaon to the Max-
ihnlahln of the Middle District of Tea
icamo Wui not unexpected by the know
Ing one here. He la a brother of the
l'rcaldcnt und likewiaa a grandson of
William Henry Harrison. Hut prior lo
the nomination of llenjainln last summer
the (act waa not known except lo Mr. liar
rUon' lew acijunltitnncea In llulhrrfjrd
County, where he boa resided ilncolhe
war, pursuing tho "noiaelcas tenor of hi
way" as quiet citix. il. Ho ha always
voted the IU-puhliran tkket, but beyond
this has never demonstrate.! his feal'y to
thecauaoof Itadiealiain. His imprc-aoon
reirardinj; the usliiesa of Ilia colored r.ieo
Iwing rerngiiiM)d by la-ing ven of-
ucinl positions pruluibly rirreniouil
with tho opinion of tho Iteinilliriin
bonnes of Alalmtiia, for Mr. Ilarriaon
tin never purtieipnted in tlio council of
the necro l-piihliran siiehemi of N nntor
rparka'a county "thn frond old ciunty of
IciitherloDl. II is acipi.unlnnce.ss stuteo,
is limited, but when his exiHienro waa
lim.le known thtoiiL'h the hxal inMi it
waa atonco s'cn that ho would bo
daniieious opponent iu thn seratnlile for
any piece of i.iovernmental le, and it liaa
sim-o turnetl out that he picked hi" choice
without paying hi money iu makniit trips
to and from N aaliinvloti. Ho madu known
Ina wishes and his appointment sadly im-pn-SM
on tho liiiuds of several delenled
ai'phcanta the lucl that blood ia thicker
Mr. Harrison's npitoinlineut is made in
consciicnce of the reniKiialion of Marshal
ilaoii. lie will iloulitlens uiarhnri; I lie
duties of the position lis well aa anv oilier
applicant for the ttmiiion, though it is
likely that not a lew Itepiihlh-an lili
cians will bo Krcally tlisnatialled, Udievinn,
as they tin, that party service should be
recoiuwd by opMiiiiluicnt lo ultice.
As to the deleat ol "Windy" Ownhy
for the l)itricl AlUirnoynliipi thero Is
soino surpriso expretwvl, lor evervono
thought that hi sail Would carry him
thruiih nil right, though no one admitted
XII JOII.1 RI-IIU,
tlio spxiintee to the Oislricl Attorneyship
of luhlle TeuncMoe, i a (ieriuaii by
birth. 'Ihoiitfli l'n:ilent Harrison lias
Ignored the color cc I race, this apoiiitment
iaevidenco that he aptireciati-s the service
rendered by commander of ni'k'ro n tfi-
inents, (or it was in this capacity Hint Mr.
Itnhin found hi way Ninth. At thn chnn
of the war ho located in Nashvlllo ami
la'Kiin the practice of law. Ho bus lecn
very eocecauful. and his Iral ability ia
reeyni(ul by tlio bar of the Hate. 1 lo
ha served 1'avidaon County in thn Sen
ate, but lias not IxnMi in line with the
local Kt'puhlirnn lor tlio past two or
three year. Hi appointment waa oh
txwed on the pound that bo has not been
loyal to the liepuhlican party. Thero ia
nodouhtas to Mr. Itiihm'a ability lo dis
charge the duties ol bis ollico.
Ownhy ha tho sympathy of larjo
nuinher ol friend. He Ins been in Wash
lnlon ever since tho Inauunration, and
ha several liinu exerciaud hi well do
ycloel lunjrs) in wlnerinff boneved
phrases Into tho ear of ohTi(inK l'- n.
Had 1'istrict Attorney l'illow resigned
when naked to do so it I most likely that
Ownhy would have been appointed, but
when Judge Jackson and Key urd
his Incompetency his fat was settled, and
lie will now return to til homo.
James Hrmnm a .4 Nasi.
Sperlal ill h to Th Aprsial.
ltnowNsviLi.K, Tenn., Msy 1 Tho holly
contested Diht for the I lilted Hates Mar-
shalship fur West Tennessee nded lolay
In tho appointment of Mr. James I'-rown,
of this city. The first intolllgeoce of tho
tmolntuient came In conirraliilatory tel
egram from Secretary keeling, of tlio Mer
chants' ExcliauuO, lollowod by another
from Mr. llrowu himself, who ia In Wash'
ington, Confirming the blcasaut tiding.
The appointee la tho Clerk of the County
Court ol Haywood Couoty, to which bo
was clerlf d at the geaeral Mate election In
ltovisndlaa hsding licpulillcan in this
suction. In the last canvas be was tho
candidate of hi party lot Con gross in this
district and msdo an active canvas (or
oWi'Uou agaiual the (ueaviil lucuuioeut,
THIS IS REALLY A CLOSING OUT SAlIi, made for
tho Hon. l:iM I'iercc. Mr. T.rown is
iwrwrniilly n mo.i exivlleiit ifenlleinan, '
very opiilnr Willi llm peoplu Irreapertiva
ol pnrlv and will imiko a nnmt ellii ieut
.Mar-lial. Hero at lua home IlierO Is great
rejoicing over his npMiiiiimein.
ARK ANdAtt KLKCTION 0A8E3.
The Teatlminy of 10O Kcrrooa Tak so In
Csjw Court Takoa fleosa.
Fi ll i.ii'h to Tlio A.;- il.
l.HTLX liK k, Ark., May 3. Tho hear
ing of the etidenco in ladialf of the tiov
ernment in tho c.is.t nuainst litiftis Martin,
Hiivid lUvrniuht nud Uohcit Anthony, tho
F.lectlon Judg) of While lliver l're inrt,
WoalrulT County, occupied tho Federal
Court all day today. Tho testimony of
aUnit 100 negroes and ono whito man was
beard when court adjourned.
Tho Fedeial lirand Jury adjourned to
day until Monday without returning any
more iniliciiiienta. All ol tno loiiaay
t'oiitily witncKoce who havn Ix-en In nt
tendanco upon the tirand Jury wore ex
cused and allowed lo go home in remain.
It was thought that these witness -a, who
are said to havo gone from Mornlton lo
I'liuiiinervillo on tho iiifht tin bullot-hox
was stolen, would unfold siilfkiunt lacls to
tho Jury to found indictments agaiuat thn
parties who committed the crime. Ihe
pr:-sent statu ol alluir Would Indicalj
Warreu Tavlor.who mado the sensational
statement be lore tlio tir.ind Jury in this
connection, I yet in cus'ody. Utiles
something develop early next week tho
entire matter will bo considered as w ith
out any real substance, ns tho United
Main Attorney today inlorinel iho court
that tho I'clit Jury would not bo deeded
longer which, of course, mean that all In
dict inenla found, or likely lo Im found,
can be tried wilhin a week's lime. Argu
ment for a new trial in tho Iu id and Lucas
trial will commence Monday.
To HrlplMeirt ouirittlr.
Ps ls1 IiUpahU toTbs Ap l.
Litti.r Iharu, Ark., May 3. A number
of wealthy citix-ns have lakon bold of a
movement that promises to bo a most
worthy cause. Col. Tom W . Kliail, Col.
John 11. Fletcher, W. I. Cmnpttoll, Uov.
J. I'. Figlo on 1 others have isuel a rail
upon Iho ex 1'oiifcdonito soldier for
nieetliig to bo huld in thi city next
Wednesday niulit for the purnoso id eslab-
liahlng a erninnent society to provids lor
disabled and maimed rx-soldier of tho
Confederacy who aro dependent upon
friend. Tim gentlemen nsined have al-n-ady
slirnifled their willlngnes to sub
scribe liberally for thn society and other
are expected to com lorward at tlio moel
ing. A taaiia- iJMly ksilrldea.
Him lsl Mipakti lo 1 bs Avvml
Hirminoimm, Ala., May .1. Mis fallio
Patterson, ft very pretty young lady, died
at her homo on F.iuhlh avenue yesterday
of an overdose of morphine. Her friends
say she wa taking Iho drug to nllny physi
cal pain, but it Is rumored that an uiifMttu
nate love affair, in which a young man by
the name of Knox figured, ia the real
cause, t-he was an eslimahle girl.
Hlf k.llfWtls f Uqld.
Nxw Yon, May 3. Lajrd, Frorea A
Pa hliy ordered $I,000,OX) In gold bar
from tho asasy office for shipment to
France. Hrown Ureal. A Ci. have taken
f "jUi.UOO ia gold bar lor shipment to F.ng-
Mrs. Jsl Uwla ftlrh.
CiiK'Aoo, III., May 3. Mrs. Nat fiooc.
win, wile ol the comedian, la ill in thia
city. Her friends ay thst while her III
neM I severe, it la not believed to bo dan-gtruua.
MAI& STREET, COR JEFFERSON.
I CfThlU'V IHTU VVMIVf!
" uui'iun, I ntli UJWUIU
TO A PARTY OF MASONS BKTURNINO
FKOM THEIR LODQS.
Th Conch In Which They Bode I
Struck by a Frelgiit Train, Two
Ara Killed end Plve Olbera
riin.Aiii t em , I'., May X A Iwo
hors coach contiiliiiii several K'rsons
was struck by a train ot tho i'eninylviinia
luo I road crushing this morning and tho
coach demolishol. Tu of Ihe occupanla
F. J. Womrath nud Ja us I'ungan, were
killed and three othersinjured. Tho ac
cideiit rsriirnvl shorlly liter 1 o'eha k this
morning. Tho coach ItoiiUiiund eleven
men, many of whom wit Iwal politicians,
mid it is said that they ti ro on their way
borne flout a Jollilliatl Iu Wonirnlb was
r.fty-llvo yeara of ago r
d wa foriueriy a
lucinlaT of Iho Cilyt uncil from ono of
Iho tipM-r wards. un in waa sixly llve
years of ago. Samuel niilh, aged forty
years, ami Clonics hi iger, aged thlrty
foiir, aiKtaiued serious i ijurie, aa did also
James Johnson, aged ti tity live, tlio col
ored diivi r of tho coacl. Ilowanl (iihlis,
aed twenty-one, and J. Frank Wllgus,
aed thiriy-six, wereslir injurrd. Kuiilh
was taken to tho Fpistul Hospital anil
tliu oilier were n'tiiovrl to their borne.
They were all residcnt.d Frankford.
1 he party in Ihe coaeii were Dictuber of
Iho .Masonic fraternity snd were returning
to this city from a vil lo lr. Itiyer, ol
llrideaburg, llm woishii lul master of tho
hslgo lo which they boloiiifd. They
SK'iit Ihe evening st thn residence of l'r.
lloyer diwuaning hidgo imilters, and aomo
tiuio oiler undiiighl start 'd on their home
ward trip.' Howard tiililis, one of Ihe in
jured, dul not belong to tho parly, but
bad been overtaken oil llm road and al
lowed lo ride with lh driver. Tho brief
delay raused by Liking on this extra
pasM ngur Undoubtedly had much lo do
with the calamity whirh followed. Tho
lilirhl was hazy, rendering ohjecta Indis
tinct, snd III Hippo! the Irviirhl train
approaclied the cnssnnir iniM-n--ivei iiy
IIhkms in the roach. Al any rate, Just aa
Iho horses and the Imnt part of the con
veyance were on tlio uesisnrd track the
liM'omolive dashed npoa them.
ilm eimim-er saw t had bapened,
and three uare lengjl further duwu tlio
track the train slowed up. The engineer
Went aitvind lothn row-mtrherend then",
slretchssl liMin It, hrin'd, bleeding ami
liisemublo, waa Jolue-on, the coloied
dnver. Ho retrained chim musneM slier a
few minutes' vigorous shaking.
"Are you badly hurt.'" Im was asked.
Ho could not sjienk u l thvn, an 1 lim
ply nodded lii bead. Alter a hlllu whllo,
liowevar, bo found mi"taui-e, and, iu an
swer to another tpr-stion, U be was
alonowhen tho train struck tho wagon
neito. Ho waa rjuito tlat-jd, aud did not
know what be wa saying.
"I doubt that ho was alojie," said the
engineer, "let a g.j bai I and ."
Along with a police ellntr aud nveral
train hull Is ho ran up tlif track. A -'iaro
telow the crossing tli lior were (uiind
tlend aud gaalierfto pl ces, I)'na c'0 ,0
trethnr. The loree ol llm lil 'W iuut have
lxH-n terrible, for tho sli" were torn from
tho front hoof of one of llieui, aud the
other had a leg rut olf cIn lo trunk
aa clean a if had b a done with knifn.
Further up the track Hi" wagon, daahod
to tinder-wood, wis jioverwl In heap,
nd few loot away liom it were the bod
ice of Womrath and Punia"- n,r nwn
were dead. Tim mtini-rr e.nJ at the lime
j that they must Lave ktu daahvd into the
the purpose of disposing
All conventional values
EES SOLID FOB WHAT THEY WILL BBHSTO-.
sir, anil that the llrxt shock kliled thuin.
Thi' bodiea wejJu'Uid alsiul fiiliTn feet
below Ihn crn-lng, uiid t!oo to I Ik-mi lay
their fellow paviMu-ors, Smith and Wiluus,
who wen-ipnle aenm-U-sa, but tho others,
with the exception of l'r. Halo and Myers,
were irrouiiiw iillifulli-. Tho iilaco when)
Ihe accident occurred Is guarded by a II ig
mail during tho day, but at niht ia un
guarded. Alter the accident the train was
allowed lo proceed til Philadelphia, but
tlio engineer and tiremsn were Hlierwar-I
arrested. Tno of tho injured, hamuel
Smith. a wholesale li'l'ior inerchant, wlmai
skull was Iraciurod, and Frank Wiltiu,
a oru(!giHt,wlioelell shoulder wa broken,
and was Injured interniilly, am expected
lo die. The oilier Injured, live Iu all, aiu
reported lo he gelling tdoiu cotnlortably.
CAPT. MUKKKLL'i MUNORt).
Tbe Orand Lola; or Uarlmid klason
nu.TixoMi, Mil., May 3. CapL Mur
rell, of Iho steamship Misioiirl, w a last
D ght presented with gold ue-dal by tlie
tirand lxlgn of Masoiu of Maryland in
further recognition of bis service In rescu
ing Iho passenger of tho sleauishlp Pan
mark. Cunt, Mur rell la a Mason, and ai
soon as Unit fact was learned tho (Iran i
Idgn called a iecl.il meeting lo prepare
aomo honor (or hint. Ho was escorted lo
Masonic Templo by l'.ist tirand Moatei
John M. Carter. Tho tirand lodgo of
ficer and about O") prominent member
were assembled in iho grand hall, tirand
Master Thomas J. Miricks well-timed Capl.
Murrell as a hrotlier and uulugixi d hi gal
lantry. In tho namo of thn tirand Idgii
thn (ran I Master presented Capl. Murrell
with tho Masonic medal, ('apt. Murrell is
a Hist deri-o uieinlx-r ol Fidelity lxlgo, of
la-eda, l.uglanil. This degree does not
make him a lull privileged mciiihcr with
(lie right lo vole In tint lo dgo. Capl. Mur
rell will Into ha k to laiuland sn applica
tion from llm (iruud lynlge of-Maryland lo
tlio tirand laidgn of Fnlun I n-ipn-stliig
H?rmisaiou to coiih-r u h n him Iho oilier
Uegri-ea as a lie-mlwr nl s-min lodge in llul
t inure, which he will probably t-uler iimui
his return lo I'-iilliinoro from hi next
Voyage. .UHin tho conclusion ol tirand
M astir Hoick's remarks Capl. Murrell
rescind" l, giving a full descriidloii ol In
p-sciie of the lUuui.trk' H'o;ile. A ban
quet closed th" ceremonies ol tho night.
( apt. Murrell, It ia staled, i thu llrat
person not a high douron Msaon who was
ever received in tho 1 1 ran I i Igo of Ma
r land, or probably in any tirand I.o Igo
U thi conntrr.
lb silMle lrs) AMerlallaa.
Ppxrlsl l)l-slb luThs AraL
Nasiivii.i.r, Tenn., May 3. Tho Ten
nesseej I're Association meets in annual
sesiion here tomorrow, They will bo
taken charge of by representatives of tho
Nashvlllo prowl and at V o'clix k a.m.
drive to points of In'crest around Ihe cily.
At noon they will Inspect the phonograph,
on exhibition at tho Noel building, and
then lunch at the Commercial Cluh
rooms. Thy will attend the race at
West rildo I'ark in tho afternoon, and al U
o'clock will start for a week' trip on thn
Cumberland lhver, going to the head of
navinalluli. About, severity live Indie
will attend. Tho aosociatiou will bold'
sessions on tho boat at night.
lb HUh l.teesta atsnllmsNl U raw I it a.
Jxrrr.itsoK, Mo., May 3. Tho friends of
temperance and lilgh license received a
severe blow last bight from tho Missouri
legislature. When the lawmaker con
vened last winter pilbliu aenlimenl
thmnghnul tho f Into seemed tu be In favor
of high licenae, beverai till wuru iutrv
of the entire stock, with a view to a retirement from busi-
will be disregarded,
ditced and tho g-tod p:tlnt ol nit were an- 1
lerte 1 and Incorporate I In a measur-f
known ni llm le iing bill, which fixed Hie
hcenso lee al $-,.Vm. I li I bill imin-d tlio
house two we-k uipi and was sent lo Iho
N-nale. ft was couli len'.ly xiectii. on
all sides that It would In-como a law, but
wlieu tho bill was put on its final puMuigo
ycatciday il waa deiealed by 17 lo 'J.
A klEUI'IllAN MAUIIIBD.
Mr. John D. Cosh Heaurea a Cbarmlna;
Mlsaourtan for a Wife.
Sks-iiI iorrv.Ki:nti.iii'ul Tlin A'l-el.
HsXitw, Ark., May Married on tho
1st lust, by the Uov. J. J. Williamson, Mr.
John John !. Cash, of Meinphis, deMt
agent, ti Mis Miniilo M. Uarn-lt, of l.'en
Iraliit, Mo, Iho church was densely
crowded and tho rereuiony wa performed
at U o'cl'x k p.m., after which many of Iho
special Iricnda of Iho handsome couple re
paired to Iho residence of Iho bridu'
lather, where a splendid supper was ew
loveil by tho guest, among whom were
Mrs, J. M. Ilurlurt, of Memphis, Tenn.,
sister of tho groom, alsi Mi-Mrs, Frank
Hrow n and Chiia. Wells, of I'ovalls llluir.
Many lH-aiili(iil teslimoiiial ol regard
were laid on Iho parlor table. May they
livo long and look bin k Ihroiuh many
happy and Useful day wild ginti-ful and
loviiiif hearla lo Ihe moment when they
vowed lo sharo each other's joy on I sor
rows nil deaih.
a auou Youisa man.
Jackson I'sopl Wsr Huld In a
Y. U O. A. Apos. I.
HsUI M.psleb lul lie AiiuL
J ( aso,Tcnii., May 3. About two woek
ago a young man, thirty-four or thirty
llo yeuiW old, well dnstsed, with all Iho
spN-:tranc-a of a gentleman, camo to this
cily and Introduced himself a I'verett
Id I. II, from Kan Francisco, tail. He said
be was a member of the church and he
longed to the Young Men's Christian As
sociation. Ily his pleaannl, IniiiM-eiil ap
K'uraino lie sam won tho conlelenco of
some ol our Christian people, whoas.isted
li. milking up money lo publish a F. il. C.
A. . loi. Alter remaining hero a Week
or more, and collecting ipute a sum of
inouey (mm dillerent busiiiei tm-n, he
skipwi the town, rurrieil with bint Iho
money he list. I collected to publish tbe
laM-r and tieer paid his board bill. All
such hyiKjcrilc should Imj hunted down.
ItSMSalM I .
Cun aoo. III., May 3. I'ispatches from
Iiiaalnr, (iali-sburg, Monticello and Tus
cola, III., and Wabash, Craw lordsville and
Covington, InJ., rejxirt heavy frost during
tho past two iiIkIiIs. In many place
small Iruits wero rert"d killel, and
liuiliy vegetable Olid Nitaliss Were Iroren
to tbe ground. In some parts snow fell,
and at t ranfoidsville ice lorinii 1 quarter
ol an inch thick,
Wawl st Mnlfrs M.
S-r 1 1 IH.II Iu Ttis A't-l.
I.im a K- x, Aik., May 3. The I.lttlo
I;.m k It arl of Trade yeslcrday adopiod
teoKed, 'l hat wocarncstly request I're
idenl Harrison tu nppoitit a inen bant who
roeb s west of tho .Mississippi Uiver a a
tin in im r of the Iuierslalo lUilroul Uui
linsiioii, now vacant.
I Muvlrlrtf r lasrrrnjr.
i.'r,l Pi.iMitrli in the Api-fsL
NtwrnoT, Ark., May 3.-In tlio Circuit
Court of Jackson County Will Gravely
was found guilty of tho crlmo of larceny
todav, and ono year In Ihe vcnltcntiary
lic. i Ins triiuislnuenL Tin i Ilia ouiy
ca- ol bing-ary or Uicvny in tho present
TUS JURY KIND UfU OUILTV OT
htuHona is tub riser axon.
Thia fa Blmnly for tli Uurdar of May-
He Has Yet To He Trlod for th
Killing of Ilia Wife and Other
Daufhtsr An Appsah
f tal HlM-.it' h tuTb As-nl.
Hikmimiii tu, Ala., May 3. Pick lIaM
has been convicted. When court assembled
this morning the room waa packed and
ll.iwearame in smiling. Solicitor llawkin
prune and (or two hours argued ably the
Malo' aide of the case, ofter which Judgo
tin-cue, presiditi. charged tho jury. 1 1 is
charge was in writing and was tcrso snd
impartial. Al main Iho jury rcl'retl.
They dined at I o'clia k and returned with
a verdict at 3 o' rim k. Tho verdict read:
"We, the jury, lind Ihe defendant. IL If.
Ilawei, guihy of murder iu Iho first do
grco a charged In tho Indictment, and
hereby fix Iho pcnulty at death."
I luring the delivery of the charge y
rryhody apoared lo be on tho liploe of
exN-ctalloii except llawca, and hoexlilb
lie I no emotion o( any kind. A murmur
ol approbation ran through Ihe court
rs.in when tho foreman took his scat and
the jury wsi discharged, llawca spoke
not a word while ho wa Ix-ing carried
bit k lt the jail exi-ept that ho acko l the
j uli r to prutl lo him with some clean
linen. The attorneys lor tho defense have
alroady appealed thcraelo tho bnpretne
Court linking lor a change ol venue. The
verdict of tlio jury is ulimstt universally
smlaiued by the public, and great rejoic
ing is mauilesli-d over hi conviction. Ho
will next h t lied (or tho uiurdi-r ol hi
wilnand afterward (or the murder of hi
other daughter, Irene. The evidence in
tho case jut concluded wa purely circum
stantial. A Wwrrterer lrla
Hvl..l ).ilrb lulhs ApsL
ItititilMiiMst, Ala., May 1 At Ihe con
clip i hi o( tho Ham s c.i so today that of
A. 7- Johnson, (r murder, waa rnllriL
The MicrilfrisH) and staled lhat Iho pria
oner was dying with pnetiiitouiaand would
not live until nik'lit. Johnson's crime la
almost a revolting as tlisl with which
ll.iwes is chartteiL lie murdensl his room
liiulu lit tho wimhI and mutilated hi Ixtdy
terribly. At last OccuiliiU tho murderer
was barely alive.
lsvlsl I'l-iHili h tnTtis A' sl.
I'.iiiMiMiii AH, Ala., May 3. Kllsrrt
Taylor and Kerry H. Clair, two jtrgroem,
liinl a fearful light near Oxmoor, Ala.,
last night, in which the former brained
tbe lalli r with a pilchloik. Il srew out
ol so n 10 tiivisl tlis-igieeuiriit. Li) lor es
caped. N 1114 Hy a Hum my Trsin.
S U I.hi. Il tn Tito Ai i'-sl.
N.iivii.i.. Tenn., May l-An aged
womnn nam-d Kirtlv. w hu wxs deaf, wa
killed by a West Nashville dummy train
lit re thia adernmuias she ws crossing;
thn street. Her Isidy was ba lly turn uu
ami was under the cngiuo when it woe
A TeiM Hsu attlelfj-sj.
Fh Isl I'Uistli h to Tb A'sMt.
l'.iutiiK.ttiAM, Ala,, May X laadore
Iroy, a Frenchman, rommillod aulclde
Inst night by shooting ItiiiiM-lf in the head
with a pistol, in tho wouiU near thi city,
lie wa a youug man and had no (uioiii
111 Icalib 'promoted thu suicide.