Newspaper Page Text
'I : 1 1 .
1 ESTABLISHED 1810.
MEMPHIS, TENN.. SUNDAY, MAY 19. 18S9.
VOL. XLIX NO. 113
B SILKS. SILKS.
Colored Dress Goods.
S . , '
! ii i i i
r- . - r i -
I : '.
7 JIRU.f.w,PV yv-r--r -rm sd r r TT
NEW STYLISH FABRICS at BARGAIN PRICES
One let cf genuine extra heavy dress weight
Whits Shanghai Silk at 75c per yard. In
regard to these needs we have but this to sau:
That they are the real article not that flimsy stuff usually sold for
the Shanghai JSilk. These goods will laundry equal to cotton goods.
Hon in every respect.
At 72 l-2e per yard we vlace on sale 10 piece3
of all pure SILK SATIN MERVEILLEUX in Hack
only. These goods will net wear slimy, pull or
crack an the scam, and will give perfect satisfac-
- , ,rT, We have hist received another lot of these
PIJfJND MEDIUM Black and White TIN AND MEDIUIJ CHECK
CHECK SURAH. SURAHS, very Me soft finished light weight
fabric. Just what you want for a Summer Dress. Trice C5cpcr
yard. Would be cheap at $1.25.
1 We arc in receipt of a fresh invoice of a
SPLENDID QUALITY splendid qualilu cf SURAH SILKS in every
SURAHS shade worn. These gccdi arc as oood as
AT 42 1-ScA YARD. an;i sold in this city at 75a a yard. Our
price w 4''l-2e a yard.
1 In your own interest den't buy any
SOMETHING CCNCERNINGblack SURAHS until you have exam-
BLACK SURAHS. Jined cur extra heavy, soft finished
Dress Quality at 55c per yard. Upon examination you iv:Jl a cnri
pronounce them as good as any $1 quality
sold by ethers.
In order to reduce our stock cf Jerseys, which is unusually
large at present, we will offer for the next few days seme staunch
All-wool Caciiemire Jerseys, with vest and ccat bach, $1.55.
Braided and Beaded Jerseys, including all mourning Jerseys,
reduced from $5 and $7 to $2. 25.
Cream Jerseys, with vest, Surah smocked fronts, tuck yokes,
from $2.50 to $5.
A large assortment cf BLOUSE JERSEYS at $3.75 and $4.75; were
$5 and $7. '
All Taris and Berlin Novelties reduced to $5, formerly sold at
$10 and $15.
Children's Jerseys, all sizes and colors, at 75c each.
Every approved style and quality for promenade cr traveling.
Linen Dusters, $1.50.
Mohair Dusters, $2.75.
Lusterine Dusters, $5.75.
L usterine Conn em a rra s, $S.
tongee ulsters, $12.50.
Surah Ulsters, Black and Colors, $15.
Ton gee and China Silk Connexarras, $22.50.
Beaded TELERINES, $2.75
Beaded all over TEI.ERINES, - $3.75, were $G
AV. fine Imrcrlcd TELERINES, - $7.75, were $15 and $20
Helium Weight Cloth Jackets, $4.75.
Cloth Raglans and Ne'.yl'aekets, $1.75 to $12.
TAR A SOLS.
All LA TOCCAS, including silimnc. electro-plated and sterling
silver handles, reduced to the smallest possible imrjin cf profit.
MEN'S NIGHT SHIR TS.
100 Dozen Men's Night GOWNS, fancy trimmed and flam white,
with cellar's ani eufs attached, well nude and cf good material.
Trices 05c and 75c each. Worth much more.
Nctiuiihstaiidiiiij cur arcat sales in French
CH ALLIES, everything new in these goods i3
FRhAiCH CHALUESto be found on cur counters. Wc show only
L AT 45c A YARD. tkc newest styles. Wc arc constantly receiv
ing new shipments cf all the latest designs, and cur collection is
thereby constantly freshened. Note this: All-wool French Cu al
lies at 45c per yard.
- At 15c per yard, half-wool NUNS VEILING in
AluS I El LIhG Ml the best colorings. These goods arc remark-
LJSlA2?ti 'flkty cheap at the above price. If you want a
cod, inexpensive dress new is your time.
rr v.nnr At 65c per yard, all-wool French AL-
. , RATR0S,40 inches wide, in Cream, Lvcni,
FRENCH ALBA1R0S Rink, Blue, etc. These goods arc actually
AT65CAYARD. worth 85c per yard.
75 Ticccs Navy Blue Twilled FLANNEL,
Bathing Costumes and
Boy wear. Trice only 35c per yard.
TWO STECIAL ITEMS
IN ALL-WOOD CASS1MERE.
'Cass i here reduced "to '$2.
Lot 1- All-wool 6-4 CASSIXERE
reduced from $2.50 to $1.50.
Our $3 grade cf all-wool 6-4
; 1 Never has cur steel: cf White Wash Fabrics been
WHITE !;o complete and varied as new. Our 12 l-2c, 15c
WASHJipODSand 20c plaids and strij csarc as sheer and pretty
as these sclJTfir higher prices last season.
Ash to see cur 25c ORGANDIE Tl.AIDS AND STRIDES in Ribbon'
Ccrdrd and Embroidered cjcct3. These patterns cannot be dupli
cated elsewhere under 35c a yard.
Our Clipped Figured MULLS at 15:, 20c and 25c, cannot ic
matched in the city.
If you desire gccJs from 10c per yard and les3 price, you will
find cur stun complete in new choice m
THE SAMOAX COHERENCE
TUB COMMISSIONERS ABOUT FIN-
ISblKO THEIR WORS.
Tba Amorlcim and Oorman Art Ag
presslvs, But th Former Win Nearly
Every Point. While tbe Britisher
Co.rrltit ljr Hi New York Am.-UM rrcs.
IIkhijm, May K Tlio fourth session of
the Saiuoan conference, which M hold
yesterday, took Uco in tlio small room
of the licpartmcut of Foreign Analr, in
which tlio olher three liavebecu hold. Tlio
apartment la furnished with extreme im
plicit)'. There is spaco fur litllo beside
a loutf tnblo, at licli tlio commiationera
alt. The meeting wna called to order
horlly after 2 o'clock p.m. by Count Her
bert lliamank, who prvtidit at nil tlio
mectitiK. in aecordmico with tlio estab
lished custom that the liluliint rereoata
live of the Government of the country in
which confereftco la held shall prc.iidc.
Count Herbert ant at the tipper end of tlio
table. J it bark of a plain litllo desk, which
tho lute Kuipcror Frederick ued during
Ma brief rcin. Ho wat flanked by two
colleague. Next to Baron von llonti iii,
who eat on Count Her'.icrt'a riht, emtio
Mr. Kumou, then Mr. Miclp, and then
Mr. I'iU-a, tho American comtuifiloiicra.
At the other end of tho Utile tho two ace
relarieaof t'lPeoiiiiiiWon.Mr. IV-uuclrcho,
accreUry of tho llrili-h Foreign Ullii-o,
and llerr Hemlcch, of tho (ieruian I or
t in Ullice, wero buily onid recording
At Count Herbert's left wiui Dr. Knnnel,
tho llnrd (.iennun commiMiouvr. Then
followed Nr Fdward Malet, Mr. Hcott nn.l
Mr. Crowe, tho F.utcliali rcprewntntivea, in
tho order oamed. Nono of tho Cominia
aionera were In uniform or court ilreaa, but
all wore black frock conia. Tlio procved
Inn wero uliixot formal. Tliey CuimiHtol
chiefly in liiU'iiin to the nirU of tho
varioo, roiiiiniMioimwliich had hern hold
ing dailv acmion ever nine llioroiiference
ineL At theao lucetiufi the real work of
tho conference hna been tr.incted, and,
ai nearly aa can bo learned, tho American
Commiwloueni have succeeded ill carrying
every iotnt they it out to obtain. Wlnlo
the irreateat secrecy In regard tho pro
ceeding ) biaintaiud, aud hcrntofuro
nothing much Irayofl l tho (act that Ilia
meeting havo bHn held wa known, II
can now bo etalcd that, excepting the
qiiPHtion of Inilemnlty for tlio (ieruinn
sailor killed and beheaded by tho J-n mo
an,, and one or two other minor rKiinta,
the work of tlio Communion in alniui over.
It la thought tho restoration of Malietoa to
power ia ssaured, and that the plan
lor s tripartito government for Knuoa,
for which tho American Commissioner
contested against the (iirmsn plsn for ono
reprenenUUvo selected by the three pow
er will surely bo nut Into eleft. It ia
sbtomore thsn hkoly that the Commission
lis decided In favor of tho absolute Imln
pondunco of Khiiim as soon as the people
there deinonslrslo their ability to go alone,
Tho indemnity question I yet to coino up.
It may prolong Hie tneetimpi of the con
fcrencca, hut (his ia believed to be tho
only point on which there ia likely to be
serious contest The qne,iion of Klein's
connection with tho sllnir in which tho
(i.jrman sailors wero killed, ho not como
up nor i there any likelihood of lis doing
aa Neither will the Commlmlon hei.r
lbs testimony of any kind. Jinring the
past meetings of tho Con (ere nee and the
committee l bo only point of dill, iruco
Lss becu betnoun tho German aud Amur-
Iran CommiaMinocr, the attiludo of tho
laicliith meinlwr Immiik ii'-u'.ral. Tlieir
lull lenco has generally been east with a
view of settling the iit'Ktion as expedi
tiously as pownlile. They hove, however,
liecn atronv'lv in favor of having a I'r.tteal
nut for King of Sun ion, which is
thoiivbt to indicate tli ir pnlrremo
for Malietoa, who was trained In mi
F.nillikh 1'roteslnnt College. Tho mot
iuiiortaut work o the conferenco Ii h
IxH-n dona by what is known as the wink
ing committee, cniling of Hr. Krancl,
nssisting secretary for liermany, and
.Mi'm. K-olt and Hales, and to winch
MiKxr. Crowe and Phelps wero udde l as
adiisers, I bo lirsl-nauied mi account of his
long c x'i iciK o in liritisli commertiai
nllair anil tlio last-named hccaiia of hi
lontr exiNTieneo in America with thn tin I T
and of bis experieneo in establishing a
tioverninciito.il of thndiseorjaut eleuii'iits
in l-ouiKiuna. The aillingi ( this com
mitteo hnvo been tho preparation of luste
rial for tho general coiilcrcuco. In Ibis
rbiM wss a I'lati to settle deputes of con
Hiding Isml titles. The German, French
and American iuhabitanta of Samoa have
been aC'iiiring laud so fast in Apia that
litllo remains for tho natives, and it is
claimed lli.it their title In many instances
are doubtful, as the land was irivcit to them
by irresponsible native tn vxcliungu for
liquor and triih a.
This eommitti'o was also Intrusted with
tho work of settling tho form o( govern
nient at Apia. It in rumored that the plan
Agreed on is (hut America, (tcriusny and
K.nutand Mmll each MpiMiinl a h'jiresenlif
live, ami that three more iiieuibers of
Iloard of Control shall lie chmen by tho
rato payers. No lupior shall lo sold to na
tives, although foreigners can have such
store a they rhooso in their pnv.ilo
hoiiiMH. Fin-arms itro only to bi sild to
tho govern m"iit, and then only tinder cer
tain restiii tion, which prevent their nc
except lor keeping tlio peace. A plan (or
f iving tho Sauinans a revenue has also
Ken devised, which provides for the re
ealablisliinrnt of their right to liiixis I n
port and export duties, which rght ia
taken from them by tho exiiliug treaty.
It is understood that tho representatives
of tlio tbreo giivernineula have cxprviwd
coulldeneo of lieing nblo to obtain from
thuir grivcrumvnl tliis concession to thu
The Lty of tho Amerlenn Comm!sloif
er ia being mailo very pleasant. They
aro overwlielme.l with social attenlioii's
frpin ilistiugMshod residents. Ono of the
iiiont pleasant incidents which has oc
currcil was the rsll they Inn In on I'rinco
Ilisinarck at his rrqueai, w hich was a hi
clal mark of emisi lera'.ion, a the l'riuce,
being in feeble health, rarely goes out or
receives anyono. Toiiny was the llrntluno
any of the delegatea showed williiuncn
to talk with nowspsiier men about tho
work accomplished, 'ilils morning when
a reporter of the Assoristod 1'res visited
Mr. l'hela at the Kalserholf Hotel, whero
the indefatigable commissioner w.i found
up to his eye In work, and announced hi
Hussion, Mr. 1'belp, said: " l b proeeod
ings ol the coulerence I cannot disclose,
but 1 uisy say Ibronuh you to Amerirana
that nothing is Interfering with the sue
CfMsful c includon of our labors, hut the
cry of Ins Furoean peoplo that Germany
la giving up everything is not true; thut
mutual concessions havo been msdo is a
(art. Germany is willing, more so than
America, to yield anything that would
secure Samoan independence and givo the
natives a belter clonic. This is tho prime
imputo of thn Gcruian as well ss of the
A merirsn delegation.
Th Mral Ileal t'sstsismslM,
Kkw Yoa, May 18. Kl tho adjourned
meeting of tho representatives of the
American Meat Company and the direc
tor of tlio Amoric.in Cuttle Trust this
afternoon (he much Uillcod-of deal butwecn
tho twoconceru, was finally roiifiiniinile I.
A contract for a term of years was drawn
un iniil ni.ni'd by thn conlmllini; power
of tlio two org.inis.itioits by whictt th'i
meat company will hamllutbo pnsluei o(
tba cattio trust. Senator I or .', one nf
the moving spirits of I lie meal company,
cxprocd hiuiM'ly as well pleased wiib
tlio liiiw tirratigi'ini'iit. Ho pn-ferre.1 not
t ini'nlion tiio details of the compact,
but said tbnt the twooru'.iuiuitioiiM bad Hot
been consolidated. "We hnvo ellWled a
tr.illie nri'euieut," he added, "which prac
tically inakesthe American Meat t'otii.iuv
the ugi'iil ol thu American t'aitlu Trust.''
A VEKV JiKEEZV SESSION.
t:ib FOuraeaN pniiorrERUNs
COMB TO WARLIKE) WO.iDJ.
Tho Trouble Cim ! br tie Cor.f rones
Commlttos's Report In hiurd to
tbo Union of t'.ie Noitliain an J
NOT AS SMART AB HS TtlOUUUT.
A Tostmaster Who Tried to Ulvs Ills
Miiuii.iTov, X. Y., May IS. A remark
ablo c.imi in connection with the postollii-v
at Cosbocti.n, Sullivsii I 011 11 iy, lias Imh-ii
unearthed. Henry Winters was the post
master, and in March Inst, sm after
I'untmsster-Geuerul U'aiiamaker Oiwuiued
hia duties, llunry linlerlie I was np,olntei
to uHjisedo Winters. The usual blank
bond was mailed from Washington to Mr.
Inderlied. Tho bond was executed and
remailed at dsdex-ton, but never reached
tho I'lwtolllro l)eiarlmeuL CorresMiul
ciieo from (kiugresMinan Mi vers, of this
city, also failed to reach Mr. Inderlied.
Su-piciou Hint Winters was snpures.iiig
letters from H a liin'tnn and Conn'reRnn 111
Slivers, iilo those aenl by the new lip
Hiiutee. It w.is only by tho ii4i of plain
euveloies, addrcw"! in disgilis-d hand to
olher parties, thai Mr. Imb'riieil could ob
tain any information, aud Ins second IhuiiI
was mailed at nnoMier ivoslollnv, s-une
miles from CWhocinn. His 1 umtiiihuoii
as Hwliiiii-ti r was mailed (nun Wasbing
ton on the liih in t., hut ho did not ro
cvive It uiitil vi sierd iy.
SjH'cial Aircul M'W.irt, of tlio rostolllro
Insector' lii psrlm ' lit, apa'.ired upon
the scene, and Winlers soon willed. In
the hitler's rkcte were found Mr. In b r
lii'd'a cnininiMioii ami letters from ('on
grewtmail Stivers and tho I'oNtollb'O lie
partment, all addresvd to Ind'-rhed. In
SNi'tor Stewart to k rharg't of the (mm Li'te I
mad. Mr. ludetlied was put lu cliur.'M id
the otlli'O at once, wild Winter was lasen
to New Yoik by the ln-ctor last night,
tho new ptiii,ister acconipanying them.
Onlf 1st Ptrm SMsMi.
Tonr lliaos, M.ch., May K-Tho
steam hsrgo It. 1. liaiinoy arrived here to
day and retried running into and sink
ing the schooner Merrick olT Fresipjo l.lo
yesterday morning. Tho collision oe
curred during a lliiik fog. CnpL A. C.
Itubo and tlie man at thu wheel were thn
only ones saved (rom the Merrick. Thn
lollowinsr were lost: IL T. Johnson, male;
Mrs, Cole, Seaman Keuuullev, Clayton,
Ontario; j. C. Charvloix, W. Ours, io
troiL A special lo tho Milwaukeo IJVwn'nj Id's.
ci'uiii, (rum I'ort Huron, sys thn Merrick
was owned bv Cash I'. larlor, of iMroit,
Mich., and wss valued at H,iMl. Kb wa
insured lor $ mt. Tho Merrick wss ono
o( tbo old stylo catisl vessels, having been
built at Clsvton in n I. Sbo was rebuilt
in 177, and rated "A 2." in tho lnlsud
UfW. I.wls U. Ilrewa Ssletil.s.
CixcixsiTi, ()., May IS. Gen. l-ewls
(1. Ilros n, who has been for several year
soinowh.it eccentric, and who was recently
placed In an Insane asylum, shot himself
this morniug. Ho had Imtohip dangerous
hi release Iroin the nsvliim. and
olhcer wern ss-nt today to bring him to !
euurL a broke swsv Irom tiiein, an. I,
! drawing a revolver, shot hiuiavlf dead. 11
I -I fllltf vnarl nlil
Oiuttinimxiv, Tenn.,' Miy IS. T'm
General Assembly o! Southern l'resbyti
rimis ludd a brocr.y session in this citv
lo-biy. F.lder J. W. A. Wriglu, ol Ala
damn, moved, on thcupeuingof thescwion
this him ruin, that tli.coiil deration of the
rcNrl o( the cominitlisi ipjiniiiled I) roll.
fer with a committee doiu thu Northern
Assembly in regard to a union of the two
churches, be madj tho special order for
Tho lb'V. U Ik Johnson, of Virginia,
moved to subiti'.u'.o a resolution providing
that the reMirl sh iiild be referred to H
perlal coininitlee to eonit of nno luinis
Irr and one ruling elder f rum e ich synol,
this comuiitleo to report to tho assembly
Judge F. Fentrvso, of thn Memphis
synod, moved to table the sulmtitiite.
Thu motion failed by a Vote of (VJ to 72
nays. The rolisideiatiuil of tho substi
tute was resumed.
Tho liev. It. K. Mosely protested
s.' aimd ha ty action toward any org.iul
ciiiou. Judg 1 Fentress aiid c 1 o-H-rativo and
not nrgauli! union was C'iitempl:i'ol.
Mr. MisHy said Lis pre.bytery had
filed S proti-sl agalnit 1 veil co operativo
Judgi Fentress r'plud that nothing
would ever be accnmplislicd if every bttlu
pr. ulij t''iy wero allos' d t'i iiiipi'do legic
Tho liev. I. IV. Johiiilon, of Virginia,
aiid ho Iclieved orgsiuc union would
fin illy come, but ho did nul want lo sco it
brought nb'iul in s i b s way that
it would brand tho chinch. Ileaduion
hdicd the nsnumhly not lu be in too gre.it
bastn to adopt thu report ol a couniiilteu
wle so priM-ei dins had dim r comn to
light, ami an adoidion of wlno reeom
iiietiilaiioii, iniglit Iri.a.' b'i iiit a state o(
a'luiri which would ine.l.ibly b'ld to an
organic union in which th" Southern As
coibiy iini:bt lie the im ler l'ir in the
light -tho litllo man who d J all tho work
and got no pay. ,
lr. J. J. I'.'ullock, ol Washington, ex
mo lerator, iid that in Mppniuiing thn
conference committee ho had endeavored
lo nnMiint men wbow. rs laithfnl to the
cbtin b, nu I who repres -uted all the view
aiiiotii its meuilx rs. II tbougbt the re
tHirt wa, a good one,
k"Ir. Jamot Wooslr-iw aiil Im wanted lo
(Jed'nd tbo cotiimitten fmui aspersions
which had been cast upon it. II tho as
sembly should appoint a ohtioI romuuttee
this should bo doiio w.thoiit rcllecting
Upon thn confereure cotiiimttei'.
T.io lv. H. II. Chester, ol North Caro
lina, ai4 the report was (he Joint r'ort of
Kortberu and Southern roiiimiliees and
had lo be adopted or rep t' d a a whole,
and It would not be wii to apoiiils
apceial comiuitte to present modula
tion of It to III assemhW.
The llcv. It S. McAliisler, ( Missis,
a'ppl, aald tho Northern IWiytcriauahsd
yesterday declarud that (he proposed ro
port was an eiituiiug wr lgu to organic
After much dicn.i..a tlio repjrl l
rcfrrrud to a ipuct.i' t-ominUliio by a voto
u to tn.
1 ho eommllteo will report Tuesday next.
!: a vole of 77 to (II tbo moderator was
aiilliiined In appoint a sm ciiiI coui.iilttee.
I'unnir .ho nlteruiHiii lint uieinb n of
tlio lusembly visited IamikoiiI MouuUiu.
Thry TaUt us l.tmrslnn.
Nrw York. Mav 1H. The n.cinlieni of
the I'resbylerian General Aw uibly went
lo.Iay 0:1 an exeuri ioii to 1'erth Aniboy,
whero they lnsH'ct4,d thehoiiil for Ojfe 1
miuiKlers. '1 hey embtirked on a steamer
in the morniug and niter the visit to tho
homo went down tho bay as far aa Sandy
IN "bWEET COAHOMA."
A Dsllffhtr.il Social AtTalr at a Planter's
r'(irmsinitenrof Itie Aitsstl.
Ci.siiftsiui k. Miss., May IS. On Wed
nesday evening, May .t, Nature smiled
her sweetest and a full moon shed her
aoltesl light on tho gnyest and happiest
throng that ho gathered in "Sweet I oa
horn a" since iiiite-bcllumil.irs. Theps'su-
liful suburban homo of Mr. J. II. I'eaee,
midway between l.ynu and Cl.irksdatn,
opeueil wide ila hospitable doors ami tho
elite of the county turned out in force to
do honor to the genial and opular host,
who, assiutcd bv his charming and accom
plished sinter, Mrs. Annie Trimble, enter-
liilned his fiiouds hi royal stylo. Tho
Indies, arrayed in ail Iho deliealo Mend
ings of sb.id ail I lights dearcit lo (nini-
11 no belli t, represeutu l every erio 1 of
lite, from tlei staid iii.itr.in, Willi silvered
in s, to tin) r.w.i't rotebnds, winch onlv
II nirish nn l como lo crlcclioii beuu.itli
Mr. 1'is Vs home, just completed, Is n
p.'ilecl gem In uiIikIic lasle and comfort-
nble nrraiin'eini'Ut, an I is a lit m inor housn
lor die hroul nu I -r . i I acres w hich spread
the iiisclvc out us level iu a hall r-om
II tor, and as ni b ss lli.it far-f.imd valley
of ton llliiue. Mi'iuoiie of sylphdiku
formi, ravishing strains of muie, silvei y
shiii'iis of iii'Hiuliu'ht, bslmy !!,, and
Ii arrant llowers il.im o in swocl coiiln-luii
bi'lore tnu slid forbid an attempt at details.
Sutlico it to say, Joe 1'eaeelsa Worthy reH
Icsi-ntativo l tlio la-si typo ol Nnnlieril
uiMiilio. il, and his "ho'ivi-wsrin.ng" wis
Ukiu a sciilu fully coinmeusurato with In
warm aud g' nerou, nature.
I also AUed. "hs aervlea wa th rwituUr I
biirbil rvle ol tho rrtitestant Kiilv-opsl
Church, liislmii I'otter ( IlK'iatod, sssisUhI
hy thn It iy. J'r. Iliiiitini;lon, rector of
GracO (,'linrrli, mid I lie l.'i'V. George If,
floltome, his asisiaul n ctor. A I the con
clusion of the service the remains went ex
posed to view in the vestibule. The pall
bearer and the rleruyiU'Oi look tin a jsisi.
lion one snbi o( I be caikcl, 1111 I all Hut
pisiple. us I Iii's- passisl out, had an npr
tiiinly lo msi the f.ice of the dead editor.
lliu reiiiuiiis will 1 si leit in tlie mortuary
vault of thu chinch for a lime.
AlUsi Iharmlf It SXIe.'s lunnrnl.
Nkw Yokk, May H, Tlio funeral ol
Allen Thorndko I. ire took place at Grace
Church, llroadway and Tenth slieet, at
10 a.m. to-day. I he ruiualn, had biwn
removed yesterday from the Kilth Avenuo
Hotel to the reaidenco of his sister, Mr,
llward Cooper. Thcro it wa that tho
poll buaror assumblod at half-past iilnuthis
morning. Iho pud bearera weie: Vic.
I're.ideiit laivl 1'. Morion, Walker Cbiino,
representing the Ivpartmciil of Statu;
(ten. W, T. Shoriuan, ex-Mayor I M ward
Cooper, I'ierre Ixrillard, Clmiincey M.
I)eKiw, H. II. Olion, Win. Jsy, Win. I
Douglas, W. W. Aslor.
Hie remain were encased lu a casket of
olid rosewood, on which was idato
lienriug the nam of the decessed. the
dale of hi birth end tho duts ol hi death.
The casket wo completely covered with
(lower. All theso were carried lo Iho
church with tbo casket, and other em
blem awaiicu 11 tiiero.
Among the nut ( flower was nnn from
thn President and Mrs. Harrison.
llio Itinera! Cor'a'iro arrived attliarbun h
St 1U o'clock. Iho ehureh tn crowded
and tho siduwalk near lbs ontrauco wer
TH It CUUNIN MVbTlillY.
Th Doctor Has Never linen In Toronto
Cincwio, III., May K Tho story o(
Pr. Croiiiu's appearance in Toronto was
dim redded this uiorning by tho reci ipt of
thu following leleitrsui Irom nu ollicer sent
from Chicago lo liivcullgalo it:
lots.. it. iflrb., Mr IS.
To ilinrfi. W. 1 1 utilise!. Sii-iluli let ill ( l'elti:
Just arrived Horn lumnto. l mmn was
never in Toronto. Hr.sMs Siuuons.
Tho morning mail brought the following
letter from Ihe ullice of tho Chief Counta
ble at Toronto:
Susrliiliii"lil ISille. Ittiin.
1 Is'g h avo to ackuiiwlein tho receipt
ol your letter d ilcd thu I llli liistsnt, in re
gnrd lo I'r. t'roinu. I have cau-o'd pnrlic-
ular and cxliaiislivo Imiiiiry In ho msdn
into the sliiteiiieii's Hull bsve aps sred in
tlie iiiori-ol llrs city, ami have cau-ed
Ihe pnlv who g.ivo lb ) liitoim 1I1011 which
wus ti'legr.ipbe 1 to you lo b - closely ipn-s-done
I ou lliu siiliji-el. It woiil I mm ii-
x'nr that tbn iileniilii'uSou o I'r. t'ronni
y Iho purty who staled he saw him In
loronlo last Salurd iy was hv no mean.
complete. In (act, I llniik there are tin)
Im si ol reasons lor supHmiug it to liuve
Im'.oi a rase ( inisiakeii id nliiy. It is
u'litn Hun Hist the p irly here Iboii ;lil him
'r. I roinil and slierwurd siw tba man
leave the ciiv by train with a womun. As
lar as I can (rmii ibis is tbo louiid.ition for
the seiiMiional ri port that have la-en
transmitted from hem ami published III
your papers. I regret Dial in sending my
ielegiaiii 011 Monday last more cue was
not taken to verify iho correi tness of my
iiilorm ition. Your obedient servint.
II. J. Gatsar.tin, Chief Con uablu.
A LITTLM VCNJAriOf CAU3CD BT
The Jurtffes D.solur lbs nveut OTIn Con-
e quenee Ytaterdnv Kndnd a Fin
Msntlng The Horss Class High
Oood Tliu Uado.
Ul linU Ii In 1 Ii A r,L
Jsi xwis, Tenn., Msy The Supremo
Court mil this inoriiiugwilh all the Judges
prent and delivered opinions in the fol
A llirmed -Yancey vs. Fllison, Moody
vs. Slate, Ji Uurson vs. Slate, I'orler vs.
l-e, I'atker vs. Wilson, FlUhugU vs.
(leu i d and ICcinatiilo I - ll.inlo vs.
Ileversed Sill Jilitffinnnt Here Me-
Guire and wilu vs. Newport New A Mis-,i-ippi
Valley lluilwsy ( 'ompiiny.
I In) oileillon SS III tho rcceivabilily ol
lax ri ci ip'.s (or (relbt Is not aljuLi d.
Jolilisou Vs. Wilson, lildionelll reduced
f II an I albr I in other r - imts.
In tbe case ul I liomas Jeib rwjii vs. tbo
hlale jiidgiiiciit o( court Im-Iow alliruied
and Ji lb r-on sentemsi I tn Im banned oil
Saturday July I.I, Itvi, In Shelby tnunly.
I'lir-iiiim, Fa., May 1. A special
from MaiiKlield, G.,savs: lMward lUirnett,
the 1'iltsburg, Fort Wayne A Chicago eu-
iriiM-.T who was found In bl cab sIkiiiI a
wi-ck iik' wnu a wunl in HI skull, died
last lii-l'L Sim's Shu rK'cuireuco a
hliHi.lv ciiih line bn'ii f. illlld ill HlO Wriod
ne.ir the s eiie, and It is b dieved he was
uiiirdeied. II never recovered couicious-
Ihs I i.Mt Ii tn TIki Am- at.
t.oviM.roy, Tenn., M iy IS. Thn rare
today pa-Mi I olf in a nmnner that was sat-
(aelorv lo a largo majority o( tbo tremen-
ilnus crowd in uttend nice, but something
ol a seiisalioii w.n canted )V iiu rtalinac of
tbo judge in tbo sccou I r.uv, it being
claimed that jockeying was ilouu in that
nice. This race was between II II, owned
by II. K Morrisiiii; Smuggler, owned by
t'. 1'. Hunt, of Memphis, an I F.irl, owned
by H. W. Moms, ol Hull's l'iml. Suiugglcr
broke his bsruess in tho Ural beat of this
race and was withdrawn. Tho judge
ruled that the driver of tbo olher two)
hnisc would h ivo to be changed, but th
owners relused lo allow it aud th race
was declared olf bv Ihe judges.
The following Is the reu!t of today's
I irst ILieti- Novelty race, inllo dash.
I lltrim; l.neieli. united bv bid Moody.
n( hoinerviile: Wheeler, owned by Tola
U . 1.1. .1 i ',.w.L..ii I ' ....I l. .1-.
........ ... . ..nM.-,, wiiiii., fliii.a mw. .
owned by John I'.r.uleii, ol'lhaduii; puns
; lirst money U lieeb r, seiouj uioury
.lleieu. 'I line -I .'i7.
N't oud Kacn - I'm III;', three mlnols
rlas. Hide heats, best tlneo ill II VS, pUr,
ill; 1J lo liint, 5-10 to s.--oud, f.' to third.
Ihehor-csiu Ibis riuowciu withdrawn as
'I bird l;,ice --TroHin for cotla, two and
under tlneo years, had mile bents, best
two in llir.-v. puise i ..I. l'i t lirst, (10 to
second an I M to third. I.ntrtes: tsrl
Hon, owned bv Kir'.i.jtrii k A I'.ro., of
omied by I tank Tucker.
I . ('., Jr., owned by Win.
Im-.I Int. nf Sbclhy (' unity, and lire-
giestiou, on lie I bv SI I Mo ..Iy, ol Soiuer-
vide. r. irl Hon 'son tin r.t'v. O. F. C.
Jr , coming iu second and Noble third.
I ourih b'aee- Facing men; purse, $15;
Iwoeiiires Jeiiuv l.i 11 11, 11 win d by John
G. I'eclc. snd hlward. owned bv 1. W.
Iliillin. Tin r.ien wa, of two heats, snd
Jenny l.ynn won the purse.
I iltli l..i ii lrot'.:nj rat e; mile beats:
bel'lhri e III lle (reii fur all; puiso. tlW.
liutrie: Misi He I. lilt, owned by W. L.
Ilcdditt, ol bbclln: Cios W-wbt, owned
by Wm. Tarresl, o( Memjdiis, and Tu
kalro, owned by T. It' sen, ol Memphis,
1 1. is rice was wmi bv i ium v ei.'ht. the
Inst time iH'ing 1': I 'J, Miss lUsldill second,
iioe secmiii in tins race.
V II', ,
ll pley; Noble,
ol Keiri ill.-; 1 .
Tbvlr llwllv, llfrwtrrml.
Mil w si'ktK. Wis., May H. The bodies
of Iho three I'olmh lalnuer who were
Irownod by tho fhud duriiu heavy
thunder storm hist liibt. w Inle working
in a tunnel at the lutei-eclein ol Hubbard
street mid Keserioir aieinii', wero recov
ered nl mmn to l. iy. Mm nuiiies ol Iho
turn wero J pli Ki-ierkl, li.iuk Kaui
iimkl and Anton l ull k. K.ni-r-ki was a
aiiiitlu m 111, twnty-lsi) years ( ae; Ksiu-Ini-kl
was llurtv'-live years n( age and
leaves a wilo nnd two elm holt. I's'.ek
was the lather "( ei.-lit clnldreil, who are '
left in Kor riiciimst.inivs.
1r.l.rl I. Marian Snlls far Karew.
New Yhi:k, May K-Amoug th pas-
ii-i is who saniil f.ir II ivre today on th
I iciii !i te 1 ' "'-I Noriiiuiiilio" wss
Mrs. l ew I'. Morton, who of ths Vice
s'Tsoidcul, mil her daughter, KdiUl,