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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: F1UDAY. MAY 24. 1889.
T Wjuminotox, May IS, 1M9.
ror Alabama ana Mlillppl: Fair, south
erly winds; aUtlonary tumpcroluro, except
In northeart Alabama: wanner.
For Arkansas: Kalq southerly wind aUtlonary
For Tenueasco: Fair, warmer in extern portion;
stationary temperaturo in western orlliiii soutu
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Maximum tcmpratur, Mi minimum temper,
turo, 110. Rainfall (or day. 0, Itlvcr kk, 6 p.m.,
10.S. CUange In twenty-four hours, 0.4 rise.
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Ol'R NFW YOUK OFFICE,
Fsftrm nfllm ol TIIK AI'I'KAL. No. 11 Trll.iinn
building. Now York. J. K. Vau boron, hpecial
1 BiUTU Altl'llt
f.iiii.n rccelids yesterday were but 20
hales, ninilnst K3 bales hum day liwl week.
Nilcs were IUW bulcs, exporters Inking 50 and
spinners tho remainder. The hsnl inarkil
l.iM steady. Spot closed linn ut
New York and New Orleans, mid
unlet mid steady at l.iverisM.I nt l-lisl
advance on ordinary; other grades tin
'changed. Liverpool futons advanced I
p. i ii I ti old rrn t itoiil ); now crop months
lliuliailp'd. New Orleans fuliircs Weill li ft
toll points, and at New York futures ad-
van I .1 iIiiIh. At New York iiM-ratnr
nn nl wa in lo tin- future. Tlirro U n aleady
InkiiiK of i'iiIIiiii fur eoiKniinplive nirwi a,
Iml no -iilulivo driiiuiid m yel vxikla fur
FK1DAT. I t t I I I WAV 24, 1UIIO
MMUO Hi I.E.
The Northern iKiple are beginning to
utidcrdtnud the relative social ami politi
cal ponitions of tbo while is'oplo and tho
negroes in the South. The domination of
tho black race in any section of tbo South
would be a dcploruhln evil, quite as much
so as would lx tho diminution of tho
Chi in so in nnv section of the North. 7 lit
Jlnn-lhin (iV.;, n diH.nwK.s this phase of
Social conditions at tbo South in a tern-
t'-raUi uJl ron' yalive inaiiner nnwl
Tiiendnble. It Vays: "Tho time bus
long guiie b) when much can bo mudu for
partisan elfect of the aclion of while men
iu reiii'ito arts u( the South in opposition
to negro rule. Itepublicitus of tbo North,
iiite as much as iH'Uiociats, apprechite
tbe conditions of society which
have aroused the white men in
certain Niuthern localities to orgnniiw
gainst tbo abaoluto domination of the
coloivd race hi those purls, and they bsik
tMn such lis al ik-i urreiuva as the upi
higoltlio white rt gulntora In 1uiaiana,
for Instance, as a inero vamiliig Incident
not likely to seriously afTecl the olilica of
tbe country. While they have only a
kindly fil ling toward tbo coplo of such
distinctly different races as thoso of tbe
negro and the Chinaman, and desire to
h'O them in the oscuful enjoynietit of tho
freedom and the privilege that spring
from the form nnd tulw'nnccol tbetiovern.
tiu nt founded by tho fathers, tlu ie is no
juniority worth counting iu any part of the
. I ii ion which would think any thing was to
Is' gained by bunding over veii or eight
Stuti'S to the control of a Hoplo whose
growth In the freedom nnd civi'.ir ttioii ol
the time is, at boat, of but a hothouse
character, and who are, in siinl of Imt,
under the guidance of demagogm-,
riihi-r white or b!ak. (if rourso,
nolssly counsels the s-plication of
' uv to prevent it, and nolsidy has
any nplirehi'iis'.ou that such (onv will be
applied in any general way iu tho South;
I semi's' it is coining to Ikj well tiii.hr
stoisl that wbilo the vxialeuco of the two
great lurtira, tho oliu repreai'liling the sg
gri ssivo and tbo other the conservative
pi.ility, is a ticci'ssiiy of politirs in a con
'' tluitislly free (iuteruiuetit, tbo ditliling
liue c.iunot lo drawn iu limes like tin v
on any audi .piettion as a r.n-e ivtti", but
inn "l Is) on .nnv qtua'.ion of political
ccouoniy in which tbo la y that rules the
rotiutiy is diixslly Interested, primarily
for Itself, and ms'onlnrily for the rvst ol
liiimanlly, Including any race that like
tbe black occupies a siilsird'.nalo ssill ,n
in our jsjlitics. Thia, it is confidently -x
Is-cted, will bo appreciated by tho blacks
thpinarbrra as they grow In tbo knowledge
.lid understanding of good cilictiahi
ad it may le oWtvcd that lbeo out
cropning of race diirvrine' in the South
re not to be found in tbisw hs-aliiim
where tho bl ks have grown lni'uurably
up to tbe white civilisation surrouudiug
Til Icglslslive Council of tho city has
granted the petition of the Chickasaw
(itisrd (or tho use of the blull" ou thu
river front, between Monnie and I'uion
streets. This is as it sliould be, aud tbe
Council In so doing but rospond to public
frcntlmpot, which Is unsnimously iu favor
of the pi'tition. The bltifi, which is at
present an eye-lore, will under tho care of
tho Chlikasnw Guard boconio a beautiful
park, a jilueo ol public resort graJod, ter
raced, aodduil tad boautlfled with fountain!,
almdo trcca and flowers. A m.iguiflcont
armory and club houso will bo crcctud on
(bo grounds at a cost of not less tbao $73,
000, and on special occasions the ploco
will bo usod as a drill and pnrndo ground.
Tho Cliickasnw Guards well descrvo this
concession at tbo hands of tho city author
hies. It is tho vVry best uso thntcould pos
sibly bo made of tho unsightly bluff.
Tiir Curni'gio employes at tbo Homo
stead Steel Works woro almost paralysed
with HttrpriHO at the cut in thoir wngos
uindo ly Carnr(ii', tho high tax monop
olist and protectionist, wbo clnims tliat
ovety reduction in thopricn of tbo product
must bo mudo good from the w.ioa of tho
operatives thoso operatives who at the
bwt genoral election supported CarncKio
and bis fellow protectionists, and voted tho
Kepublicau ticket. Tills now lesson in po-
lilicul economy will bu liwt upon tboin,
and '.boy will coutiuuo to vote with tho
monopolists oven at their own expense.
Tbev are wedded to their idols.
Domkhtic infelicity has beeti the fruitful
canso of aUduig to tho stage, do u lo us
advantage or not. Society has in this way
contributed ninny shining lights, Lilly
Ijtngtry, Mrs. Potter, Marie Wainright
and many others. Ky way o( roriprocity
tho stage hits contributed to society uinny
victims of domestic war, Fanny l'aven
port, Mngt'ie Mitchell, et al, Private the
nlricals seem to bo tho bitno of connubial
swiety life, and tho bano of connubial the
atrical life appear to Im-iIimI aiiiiiuil known
as the leading mnn, w ho plays tho role of
lover on the stage and oil' tho stugo plays
tho role of heavy villain.
(!ov. Kahi.r, of Arkananit, bits R't the
pneo fur all Governor., including "Our
Ihdi." Innteiid of rocking buck In bis easy
chnirwbcn the newa from Forrest City
was telegraphed, and ordering bis Adjutant-General
to call out tho militia and
dispatch a company or a battalion to tho
sceno of disturbance, bo ijiiiotty and
promptly got on a train and suddenly ap.
eurcd in pmper person at Forrmt City,
wbuie bia wimjcoiiiiM-l and patriotic talk
bKMigbt order out of chaos. Ho acted liko
a man of sense and courage. Three cheers
for tbo American Fault).
Tiik next cciihus w ill bo tho basis of tho
new intio of Conga'ssiomil representation
for, say every 2(K(XK) people, and this
basis may possibly bo niadu in timo to In
lluenee tho general election of lH'.ii Va
rious Slnhs west of thli Missisiipid w ill be
tho gainers, as will also Illinois aud Indi
ana. The Fastcrn and Southern Slates
will lose representatives. New York will
lose four, l'eiinylvauia three, Ohio three,
and M.uis;icliiiitts one. Political power
will pints from the Fastcm Btutoe to tbe
I prolrclioii lierinany lalsir strikes are
in full blast, and the soldiers tiro iixu and
disjierso tho striking miners at tbo point
of tbo bayonet. In Germany, as in other
F.uropeau hinds, protection menus that
lalsir must rcinuiii under the grinding
heel of capital. YYbilo the fttalu of the
mine in liermniiy is mml prosKTuns, tho
condition ol the miners is yearly more
Montana Territory will probably be
IViiKH'tutic wheu admitiU'l as a SUiti',
Slid will furnish two letn. sialic Senators
and three eU'cloial votes. Tho recently
eh-cted Coustltulioiial Convention is l'ein
ocratic. tho IViiuM'iuts having a clear
working majority in that Isidy. I'i iiio-
cratic Stale olllcials will bo another re
Nrw Improves as it travels, whirl
moves San I ranciseo journal lo ass.-rt
that "A Tcunesseo Jud.'O luu Isin I in
peached for serving as s.vond In duel
i 1 i
4lltl al JacUaow WnMl rrl.
"Olivelto" was lircschlol at Jackson
Mound Park by tho IVshon Opera Coin-
i.anv hut night.
There was Hot cru'hing sudience, hut
fair snd appreciative one, uu-1 ouo (hat
enjoyed tbe Is'iforiiiniice hugely.
The ca-l of cluiracteni was as follows;
, Mi- .i huro-a
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I Oil.' I m,'
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',r In Ii.
J. f Mm sw'.-tjr
II Off ,N,
.. . J., tot W i't-innll
I , hi.lt- M il
. I Mttk l'rtiU
I U,4lil l' HlU, l.ltsftl. Ssll,'f,ti
The ihaiacteis were nil Veiy well ails-
tsiiiod, lull the I'ooiiolirot ol ,r. I'.xlmn
w.u I'lirlirii'nrlv well done. It was d.
ridedly erifinul, and In some rvpevia Ihe
lin.'st tho wrili r ha ever si-en. I he per-
(oriiuinee a a whole wa of a lisrae i-r lo
ineiil the imxt lils ral piiron i". lien
II la r llectcl t lint al' oil the om JV ouo
has to reach the park la by the atci ct car,
snd that ! g''l llierf In time one must
leate lioine alsmt 7 o'chs k p in , tho pa
lioici.'o will Hot s loitlii ntning.
"Olivelle" will ls tH'iilrd tonight
OOES UVKH TO UCPraUDCtl.
Tbe Military Rncamument Poflponod by
the Uovsrnor fur Good naspn.
I he IihuI iiieiids'ra of Ihe conuiviltio in
trusted with pn limiii.iiles for the Siato
Military i'.iicaiiipinenl will not have lo
woik like hei'sa lor the present. Thry,
with Iheir a'islcs from oilier aiM'tlons of
the Stall1, may allow their miuds pleuty of
timo on intricate detail, (lov. Taylor has
sstsMied the big event. The dato is now
fixed for raily in S-iitemlier next, naet
date uunaini'd as yet In doing thia the
(iovcrnor has, slier all, no doubt been
governed by wisdom. N pteiuber will mi
ilotibti'lly tie s better time, from lbs stand
point ol weather, and also business con
venience slid activity. '1 bete can bn drawn
larger crowds, tho companies niabled to
pciiVct themselves and, allinreiher, niskn
the encampment a greater suecese in eveiy
To remote paiut-.-it on It vWaoiviilA
A Delightful Btudy in Color and Beauty
All the Nations of the Globe Repre
sented Society's Bolle In Pictur
esque and Eeoomlnir Costumes.
Tho International I!azar, now in pro
gress on tho ground floor of the vast
building at No. 19 Main street, will prub-
ably prove to be tho most successful nfluir
of tho kind ever given in Memphis. The
Idea onginuted in tho lertilo Drain ol a
prominent lady who, during a recent visit
to New York, vibiled a bazar of that
description in tho groat metropolis, and
struck by its beauty, at once went to work
to nrrango for a similar exhibition
at homo. Drawings were made of the
various booths and costumes neces
sary for tbo successful reproduction hero,
and great euro was taken to omit no esHuntiul
detail. Armed with theso suggestions the
lady referred to, on her return to Memphis,
submitted to a number of prominent sister
members of the Cumberland Presbyterian
Church her plans to givo an International
National ltaznr in Memphis for tho benellt
of tbo church, and to invite tho co-opvra
tion of tho ladies of Memphis, irrespective
of denominational diflcrcucce. Tho pro
ositiou met with genorul favor, and tho
ladies of nil churches of Memphis cordially
resounded to tho iuvitulion to assist
in making tho enterprise a success,
Architect Jones was intrustod with
the execution of tho plans and to
bis c Hurts assistod by the deft hands and
artistie laslo of his fair coadjutors tho
mngnillcent result witnessed Inst night is
chiclly due. An International lla.ar. us its
nainu implies, is simply an array of liooths
designed to represent tho colors ami cos
tumes of tbo various nations ou Ihe gloho,
TIkwo reiireseuled Inst night were: Tho
I'niled States, Fngliiml, Scotland, Ireland,
I tul v. (icrmiiuv. I ranee, t-pain ami Japan,
r.olieinia. thotuh rather a doubtful na
tionality, was roprtMPiiled, mid tbo Slateof
TennesHce occupied a conspicuous place
near the entrance, luich boo.h wus draped
in I ho colors of Iho ution n-iin
settled ami the cost umes wero designed
with painstaking lidelity to tho originals.
The arrauuement of colors was exquisite
and an u licensing delight to the eye. Tho
floor was peopled with tho loveliest of so
ciety's belles, arrayed in tho picluresipie
costumes of other climes, ami it was a re'
freshing sight to ace, familiar beauties
sn niching a new grace from tho wealth of
color that mudo tin their alliro,
Tho entertainment opened with
a tableau composed of soma fifty female
flgutiS, groiisd iu tho form of a pyramid
ami representing utmost every nationality
under tho suii. Tho ellecl wus decidedly
happy and the largo audience present was
cutliiisiiucic in Us aiintnuse,
At a signal from Mr. llurko tbo tableau
gradually melted away, tho ligtirantes
leaving the singe aud taking their places
at the various booths Irom which 1 1 icy had
been recruited. Then followed refresh
ments. served by hands that a king miuht
barter Ins crown to win. For a moderate
romiieusiiliou you could buy Ice-cream and
strsw berries, snd hove il brought lo you by
a durk'cvcil ilaunhler ol Spain, or a sunny
hainil lH.'suly from tbo 1-iidcrland, or a
piquant pe.is.int girl alivo Willi tbe grace
aud "chic"' of franco. I.ven the almoml
eve. I daughters o( Japan, with tbuir buir
Hil led buck and their faces sulow w ith a
color and beauty unknown to Japan, were
on hand to make you lorgei mo rem, anu
loan vourse I ill a dream 'more clclnititlul
than any that nnsini'ah can purcnase. io
not lail to visit the International llasr. It
is worth thrice tho admission feo. Lunch
loilnv from 12 In 'J o'i'lis'k.
Iho lullowing isiiies aro in aiivmiuiico
at tlin various Imollis:
'll.e Stale of Tenm-sw In charge ol
Mrs. i. W.O. Miller, assisted by Meml.imes
lien. I'ox. Pell hluilibaek. ltlackwell.
and Misses Hollo James, l.lliel Mnilli,
Ratio Yates. Florence Yutifi. Molilu Nor
ton. Alma Pryilcn. Knio Croiy and .mis
Fuulish Iksdh In charge of Mrs. H. A
Jotusi. amisleil hv Mcsilames 11. F. Jark
son. IL 1. Mctiownii. O. T. Hall. 1. W
Harris. Attendants In costume, .Misses
lieiiova Mcliuwan, Hutiio l im b, Annette
Patterson and Mary .Mhonu.
Italian llooih in rhargo (l Mrs. Ad
Storm, sssisied bv Mcsdamisi John loch
ran. idler lariils-o ami Henry Uiwe. At-
I 'iidanta in osttume: Mi-- Sallie tialhi-
wnv. Mallio Pall. Slialo Henderson, l.lx,0
IIi.th. Annie Home snd Is lis .Mcuowsn
I erinaii Jusit i In cliiircn ol .Mrs. II. 1.
Porsdick. assisted bv Melame Walker
l-ry, Wilberssin, of Meridian, Miss., and
I iu iry. Atlemlauls in costume: .Mrs. u.
Y. Ix alh ami Mis--a Anna leidy, An
hello elter snd Sallie Isvlor.
t he l uiersld lUsjth I Ireland ) - liichnign
of Mr. James nssi-le, tiy M.-ihIiiiii,
W. T. Slone. S. tr- Norton and I. 1
Join's. Altend.int In osluine: Missi-s
Percy Colf'tv Annio Patterson, deorgie
h e slid I thel Smith.
The Pohctnian Iksith (a forliinn telling
grollol-lho lollowiug young ladies in
tilfsy c- t iimo were on hand lo foretell
what li siiny hs I in sioro tor an wmi
ventured to is'er into Ihe tuturc: Missc
t.irv Lake. Mat Forrvsl, l lura ll.i ;er,
Wiiikcr Jones. M-illin Ia-h Mewait, .Mary
Armstioi.ir and ll.ittie Vt lute.
1 ho Jiipanese ll.sitti-ln charge ol .Mrs.
I'lf l!.ivn..r aKswti',1 Itv MoN'hnm-s 1 rv
dill slid M liuwlings, Atleiidants in
costumes, Miss-s Paulina I layser, K,sa
lianiliaut, I'ligeiits l.dgingloii, .Maggie
lloisx nn and Kate Common.
Sottish 1'hioiIi - In charge of Mis. I, l
h.s lcr. nssiahd bv Mrs. It. It. Armour,
Atleiidants In c.Mutne, Mim-s Helen
l.'ovsli r, Kste Page, l'- ila Pag', lannie
I'nco. I hi W slilron and Miss ililaon
Snanish l'slh- In clinrgfof Mn. It XV,
tiover, sssislisl bv Mrs. Waiter W hite and
J.HM ph Craig. At.i-n lanti, in nwliiiue,
Mi-e l.irf .e Mi I'.ride, Maud Painh.iut,
Nillio '.town, Hniley l'uii,'las and Patty
I rem h Pssilh - In ibsrge of Mrs. F. W.
Tailor, a-siated by Mr. P. Mclntyre. Al
ten I nils. III Cstilioe, Mi-Mr Norm tiikid
iiisii, Jennie loiilauii', I ilio 1 11), Kate
Caiucsand W'ilhn W'llkersoii.
Tbe Americin Pssdli -Inchargenf Mr.
T. A. Fisher, assi.le l by M.-s lnuiea W. T.
t urtwiiglil, M. l'gan.'C. C. Itutke. As
aistsnis, in costume, Miwi May Mallory
and Ulie Powers.
TIJK tOUIlll.HN ritli-SS.
tbe JouauslU's lxiklna; After Ibalr
CiiATtAsrsMiA, Tcnn., May '2X The
Smtbern i'n'ss Assis-iatinn met at 10
o'clm k this morning st the le Stanton.
A resolution was adopted snlli'iriing a
committee of three to negotiate with the
Associated Press for the purchase of the
news sud control of the Southern terri
tory. A resolution was adopted approving
a maximum commission of 1) per cent, to
Tho slierniNn was spent in visiting
The committee met again at H o'clock
p.m., an I there wero present aud paiilcl
paling in Ihe m.s'ling l harlci A. Dunn, C.
It Williams sud D. It Mikcc, of the Ai-
soclatcd rresa, and Dr. N'orvin Green and
. u. Bomervillo, ol tuo ojtcrn union
a joint resolution wns auoptea mm mo
Associated Press ho rennested to substi
tute a genoru European letter lor mo Mer
man tenor, i i
Charleston! fljC.. was selected as the
place of tbo next annual mooting.
Ilesolutions wero adopted expressing
tho tliauks of Mia nswiciulion lo air. joun
U. Inmaa. Mr. 1'. J. Kimball. Mr. U. v ,
Wrenn. and John C. Cinult. for courtesies
extended over their respective roads and
to tho citiwms of Chattanooga for thoir
generous hospitality. r
iiesoiutiona Itw memory of air. r. v.
D'l,wson , wereMptcd. "
gomery, Ala., AniYitirr, as president;
ftvan r. llowell. of tho Atlunia unrim-
lion, was elected vice-liresideiif; Adolph 8.
Ochs. of tho ChnttanooL'it T'uiir. was re
elected secretary and treasurer. The
liourd of Directors elected an) as follows:
C. O. Ii. Cowardin, J. L. ltapier,
J. n. Ilomnhill. J. M. Keating, Ueo.
Nicholson, Pane M. Pakcr, Jumoa .
Ijnnliert and J. II. F.still. Tho commit
tee to negotiate for independent news ser
vico was announced as follows: W. W.
Screws. K. P. llowell ami Adolnh Ochs.
The convontion adjourned ut 10 o'clock
p.m. Messrs. Dana and 1'r. urccn return
tonight to Now York and the members of
tho association in a special will visit South
Pittsburg and the Sequatchie Valley to
A LAND OFFICE BUSINESS.
Have the Police Been Doing It for AU
If what John Armour, an aged colored
mnn, rolatuU to an Aitkai. reportcr.be
true, then tho police were sordid in thoir
greed for gold iu asking for or accepting
an increaso of salury.
It also aflords a plnusiblo explanation
why tho police are sometimes so ready aud
w illing to "stand, for prisoners.
Armour lives on I'uion street, renting
the nousn lu which lie lives, llo wus no-
tilled to niako a sewer Connection, failed.
and was nrrostod early W eiluesday morn
ing. Hoping to conlrcmt a liberal-minded
Judge, ho took with him to the station
hoiiso $1. Ilo was tilled Armour
tendered his $1 raid a watch he carried
until be could go homo and get the balance
In cash, but it wus declined. Ho savs
tiiat Policeman No. 'J.' then proposed that
if ho (Armour) would nay linn cents,
be (Iho policeman) would stand for tho
other dolliu until he could o and bring
it, holding tho watch as bis individual se
curity, however. liuther than go on
tho gang, bo paid tho -' cents,
and without questioning at the timo,
that what Iho otllcers did was
legitimate. After receiving the watch
the poltccmau left it ut a "liarn'l-hoiiHo
on llenlo street lion the owner minlo
application to rediH'in it he was requested
to nnv over nuotner .m cents, io tins no
demurred willi such persistence that the
extra was knocked oil', but tho original
Tho Ati'kal stall Is now orgnniM'd into
a regular corporation for security purposes
and all parties desiring such goOd utlice
are urged to "givous a call before purchas
ing elsewhere. , It is an opening for a
land ollicc business, and, under police reg
ulations, no possibility of loss.
A NOVEL PROCEEDING.
Judge DuBoss Heurlnff ArgumenVtn tbe
Htackho jao Cose.
Yesterday morning Mr. J. Stackhousa.
who was arrested Wednesday on a requi
sition from Aikunsaa, was up before Pres
ident lladden.' lb counsel, (i. P. M.
Turner, F)., asked time in which to sue
out writ ol habeas corpus, which Wa
granted, and thu prisoner was remanded.
In tho evening tho body of Slackhouse
was brought Into tho presence ol Judge
Dulhise, in obedicuco to a writ of haU'oa
corpus iiiea Irom tliat court, ii. r. .M,
turner. li apis'iircd for Iho pris
oner. Thero whs no vulnerable isiiuiof
attack in tho iuiists; the requisitions ami
imlicliiieiils were all regular and formal,
but the admitted facts iiism which the In
dictnient was found aro said to lie of such
a character as to furnish grounds for a
civil anil ut tho most. There are no tacts
iiimiii which lo found an indictment, and
the fight will bo inadti to establish this
fact with a view to vitiating the indict
Arg.nnent was beard yesterday evening
ami it will comiiiuo Ibis morning. Judge
Pulkwo sm'uis as cool alsuil Ihe reqnisi
lions ss thoiikdi thev wero a couple ol "dis
missed wnrr uita" ra nt up (rum some Jus
tice ol the Jeuce who did not know iiow
to till them out projs'rly. If lien. Turner'
argument this morning results iu tho lil
(ration of Stack house, it will Iss quite a
new development It is not often ihut a
Criminal Judge iu Tennesseo has the o-
Miritinuy to s.iss sn nps'ii:uo court in
ArkansAsatrnirs. Meantime Ju Igo Dtilkswi
Used Miickhouwi's Ismd at rl.Otsj until
this morning ut l.'M o'clis.k. The case will
then Ihs divided.
A COLLAPSED BOAKDINO-HOUSE.
A LidyWbo Takes the Lsw Into Her
Uwn Ilnuds and Execute It.
John Crouch swore out a warrant before
Jnsti.-rt llughcy yes erday, charging Mrs.
Hell, living at No. 17 IValo strii-t, with
widful and iiislicinu trespass. Mr.CMiich,
il sivms, purchased Ihe liourding-botise
on t fit of Mrs. Psdl, paying her f J cash
aud promising to pay certain sum each
week until the balance of f was paid.
The first time tho Iswrders camii in to pay
Mis. IV-ll reached ferth for the where-
wilhitl. Mr. Crouch "et,id, and talked
loud. Mr. Ik'il talked loti'lcr, ami mixed
bis oration w illi cus words an I epithels.
ai'hlvinit all to Mr. Crouch. Mr. Crouch
give Mr. Ik'll "an tips-r cut Willi bis ter-
rililn tight and Inn Id a stunning left-
bander on Mr. Ik'll jaw. The parties
were arn-stoil il i rom n was Ime.i.
Yesierdnv morning Mis. Hell concluded
to Iry her hand ngaiu. .vlio entered the
risiiii occupied by I ron, h and wilu and
threw boiiio M tho things out Into the ball
snd then locked up the room. W hen the
boarders csiue to uinin r tney found Mrs.
Crouch silling in the Indlwav weeping
over Iter l i an l i'eiii'i sud, like
luohel. would not Is lotted. Tin
was no dinnPr.'as the lesiive dumpling
lav undiimplod and chaotir in the flour
bin: the croons and tithsouie bum-
loints. tbo succulent lsit it.Ma and the
oilier ibings lis ki d up sud couldn't
m ri'iiehed. I Ihe liomdeis inovi .1 swav
sullenly and iorked a free lunch route lor
Crunch claim bemy damages and is
seeking redress at Ihe ban Is el ihe courts.
THE BUCKET uiiora.
Injunction Agstn.t the Chicago
Board of Trade Granted.
CiiiiAiio, HI., May ::t.-Before Judge
Tulev Ibis morning, Kennedy It Owen
secured an injunction spiit.! the Board of
Trade snd the Western I nlon snd liold A
Stock Telcirraph lompitile. The Iniunc
Hon was granted on Ihe giouiid that tho
Board of Trade, Inge! her with the tele
graph companies, is building up a great
monopoly, which Is iiijtuioim In the im-o
pla, particularly to the j eoplu who do bus
lueu iu i)iiii."i
DR.- CRONIN'S MURDER.
STORIES TO TELL.
Be Confuses and Mystifies tbe Authori
ties With Bis Equivocal 8toriesThe
Coroner Impanels a Jury But Takes
Chicago, 111., May 23. "I can unravol
thia trunk mvstery in forty-eight hours,
and when you clear that up you clear up
tho Cronin mystery."
IhU is w hat Frank Woodruff, or Black,
as ho sometimes calls himself, sold to a re-
porter last night In the County Jail, where
he is a prisoner. When asked to explain
his abatement that tho body in tho trunk
was that of a woman and that Dr. Cronin
was at tho barn when he got tho trunk,
vt ooarutt said: "When the trunk was
cartod away thero was a man called 'Doc'
iu the barn. Of course, I do not pretend
to be positive that it was a woman's body
in the trunk."
"The Doctor's body was wrapped in cot
ton when found, and tho body iu the trunk
was wrapiied iu cotton. "Besides, tbo
trunk was found within a stone's throw of
w here the loetor body was found. How
does that strike you as a refutation of your
t-or several moments cunnins Mr. W ood-
rufl remained silent, stroking his very thin
luustncho and pulling hisc'iKur. "Well.
it looks odd, and I don't beliovo the body
is Hint of I'ronin, tie said desperately.
'imt it Is the doctor s proved so be
i can clear the trunk mvslcrv un In
forty-eight hours," said WoodruiT, "und
when 1 do that I clear up the Crouiu
mystery. The two aro identical."
w by uo you say tliat.' asked the re
liccaiiNo 1 know it. 1 won t give my
reasons but I know it If the police had
acted on my suiK.t'stions nnd not thought
liar tho wholeallair would have been
cleared up a week ago. I'll admit that I
know moro than I bavo thus far told ol
(his whole biisinebs but if 1 do fell all I
know ami tho olllcuia run it down I'll still
bo bold for borso steiilinn."
The reporter hero siiL'wstod that tho
friends of tho doctor would see him
through this horso stealing business if ho
would clear up tins Cronin mystery. "JVt-
haps thev would," W'oodrull' answered
slowly, "and I'll tell you what I'll do. If
the police will send two men dressed
citizens to accompany mo on my investiga
tions, leaving mu apparently live, I II agree
to turn up such evidence lis will clear the
mvstory in forty-eight hours. I ask for no
reward except my liberty. I maintain
Unit if tho body found was iliut of Crouiu
ho must have" been killed later than tho
dato on which I hauled the trunk. A
clowo ex.liuinalion ol tho body will no
doubt I e veal this."
Woodrutr said all this vory slowly
and seemed as though making up and
weighing carefully every word ho tittered.
One of tho strongest points against the
prisoner was his description of Dr. Cronin,
It was in fact Ihe only nceuriito description
furnished of the Doctor when laslsirn
W hen Woodrutr staled that tho mnn he
claimed was tho Iktctor woic a goatee, Ihe
tin lids of Dr. Cronin laughed at Iho state
ment and suld the 1'iHlor never wore a
goatee, let when the body was found
yesterday there wus goatee ol only a low
Ihe conclusion Is drawn by tho reporter
that if Woodruff hsd not seen Dr. Cronin
ladoru the night of hi mysterious di.-ut
iH'iirunco ho must have hud a careful look
at him that uighl, that the a pearunco of a
dead person Is apt to impress one moat
vividly, and that when bo described the
man nl tho barn called "Doc" it is proba
ble that Woodruff hud a good view of the
I'oclor s con ise.
It was rumored on good authority early
this morning that nu arrest had Is-en mudo
of a confederate of W'oodrull', w ho is be
lieved lo have been implicated iu the
murder of Dr. Cronin. Tuo police author
ities are extremely reticent about the mat
ter and would neither mliriu nor contra
dict tho rumor.
It was also stated that another arrest
would lie made today, ruriher examina
tion this morning goes to slreng heu the
theory that it was tho body of Cronin, and
not that of a woman, which was carried in
tho trunk. In addition to establishing tbo
fact Unit tiio hair found in the trunk cor
resiHinded with that of Cronin; that the
cotton bulling found in the trunk and that
found wilh J il;c body correspond, it has
been show n Unit the Iho towel wrapm'd
around ihe head correaixuiilod closely with
s shred o( stull found in tho trunk. It
still remains lo connect the fragment of
cloth clutched iu tho dead mau's hand
with tho piece from which it was torn.
1-uter Col. vt. i'. j;eud arrived al the
station and was taken into tho morgue,
Tho moment Mr. Kcml saw the core he
exclaimed, 1 Inil is Cronin. llo closely
examined the Issly and said: "Thero is no
iloutit elsiut it now. lliat Is ttie body ol
Dr. Cronin the viclnn of a iinmt foul aud
aw fill murder. I run lay mv hand upon
tho bead of the man that instigate I the
crime. I can point nun out ami make uo
misluko." Mr. Ki nd was questioned aliotit
this statement, but would only ssy Ihut all
he knew lie would ley tbo Mate attorney.
Half an hour later Suites Attorney
Isimrenecker and two of Ins assistants ar
rived. Jtldun l.ongeuiH'ker liist examined
the blixxly ttuuk and tho corpse ol I'r.
I 'loom and was then closeted for an hour
with Mr. ltend. After Iho consultation
the irenllemeii would say uo moro than
that severul arrests would surely lie mndo
this afternoon. Hv noon today over L'iM
persona had idcnluicJ the body aa that of
The coroner this afternoon impaneled a
a iury lo make un iuvestigntinn into the
cnuao of Iho death, and then adjourned
Iho hearinii till next 1 u-s.lay, pending the
result ol investigations bv the poticv.
COOK COUNlftf DISUIlACa.
Further Testimony In Kegard to tbe In
Chicaoo. 111.. May 20,-Dr. t leveliger
was ou the stand again today iu tho Insane
"Puv is an object t tlio asylum, he
said, "and it attract toughs aud roughs.
It ought lo lio cut down so as lo gel ouiy
medical students and those anxious to
learn to In) attendant. At one time lr,
W i.irnnn Ins, hi s ruin that all bruises and
ti.liin.. Inf illed on patients must po
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, -,', m unni. inn ancmiam i
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a strike iiituei lilleiv. iury miin
Liiliiiml with so much work. I'r. Mer-
nan also refuted al one time lo allow ihe
.ii,i,iisimii lo tbn iiouor room, anu
ll,., ..ii.oiieer iM-cuine Terr suuryaii'i noe
cued lo kick the door down. It was no
i.. .l-. l.arjo Ilia atlendalll When in
competent, i hey would come arnuiKi io
next dav and brag inni iney vuum
discharged, and that they liad more lullu-
encs than thosiipprinlendent.
"Ihd tho attendants tinuensho wf
ilwisilfl flkatstliiMllstfl U it bui led tlioin?
thu sU-cnina isdions
lin'v..r ibev wsntiNl ta Dr. kiemsn
. ! 3i i.l....ir v.,r iinixio-
aiiere.1 tins uiui ui.uo u... --. .
Ular." , ,
"How about the expcnsivenes o. mu
"1 thiuk that itt tho IStatO lUSliluiioua
the rote is about 8 per capllata per month,
while in Cook County it was at least $12.
I believe Cook County has paid as high as
JoO per month per capita. The most of
the expenso w as for whisky. With 1.600
patients in Kankakee, mo liquor oina
amount to $200 or J.'MO a year. Here,
w ith a community ol novcr over bw peo
ple, the same bills amounted to $3,000 or
$4,000. Tho excessive cost was largely duo
" hatuuout rnts out there f
"Thero are rata, mice and all kinds of
vermin, lurso and small, cockroaches, lice,
bedbugs, etc., etc., out there."
"Where were they in tuo yvaiuu asaeu
Well, your Honor, it s hard to say
where thev were not Dr. Kiornan triod
for a mouth to get tine tooth combs, but
the Couuty Uonrd could not spare we
monfiV from ,,:kv biUs-
"I am pretty well satisllod that Kiernnn
is utterly unnblo to prevent brutality
Kieruan is surrounded bv a lot of enemies
and he is Ihe subject of a conspiracy which
ho is too simplo-miuuod to terculvo. Jte
Is unsuspicious, and. if I may use the
word, is too easily 'bamboozled. He is
utterly incapablo of cruelty. I remember
once a vorv powerful lunntic kicked him,
und though he was pule and sick with
pnin. wheu an attendant asked, 'Doctor,
shan't I put her in the struight jacket?' ho
replied, '.Not at all; sno does not know
w hat she is dolus.' lie is a good man,
but bo is surrounded by some of tbe hold
overs from tho old cung. lie has been en
trapped into defending men who are his
enemies. I was told by some one, I can t
reinomber now whether it was wutmeyer
or Salluhan, or Dr. Mover or Dr. Alex
ander, that there was an attendant out
there who is tiikiuu down everything Dr.
Kiornan does io repon to his political
Work on the Bolivur loop of tbe Louie
ville. New Orleans & Texas railroad is pro
gressing rapidly. Tho entire road is let
Irom the present terminus at llosedulo to
Coahoma. Contractors Flvnn ADoiiurria
bavo the contract from Coahoma to I lush
puckana. and Fuduo A Strang have tho
contract from llashpuckanu to Itosedule,
There aro a number ot subcontractors.
among whom are Tim Sullivan, who bus
twelve miles, and Kerns A liro., who have
several miles. About 10 men have lieen
sent on the works by I -a bur Agent W. K
Stevenson, and Uo0 more aro wanted,
Messrs. 1-udge m btrung have shipped a
big outfit from St Ixiuis, so also have
Kerns & Urothcr. l'lynn I'cliarris and
Tim Sullivan havo also big outfits on tho
ground, and the work is to bo completed
iu ninety days. Tho diameter of the coun
try is such that at this season of the year
only colored laborers can be used. Wiiito
men cannot stand tho heat in tho bot
toms. Plowmen aud scrnisjr holders are
paid SI. 00 a dnv, clearer, and choppers
S1.75. and tcam.nlcrs Board UOO
cents er day.
Tin: im-seii'er department of tho Mis
souri Pucillc llailwuy luu issued two nicely
illustrated pamphlets, with county maps
of the two Mules Arkansas ami lexus.
These books nre compiled from olliciul rec
ords and aro accurate. One item about
Texas indicates tho fabulous wealth ot
tho State. Tho public schools are cost
ing J.noo.uot) per annum, and, nl this rate,
W illi 4ii.tKHi.uou acres ol school lands, lie
sides school money invested in the various
iutereat-bcnrimr bonds ot I tie Sluto. there
will Imj a school fund ten year hence ol
K. S. Sis-ion. of tbo Atchison, Tom'ka &
Santa Fo lluiiroud, passed through the city
J iik Ixmisville x Nashvillo will soon
have thirteen new freight locomotives.
Tiik Ixniisvillo & Nashvillo boys were
paid off yesterday.
Tbe I Irkfl Urokfrs.
Nsw Yoiik, May 'Si. The second day's
session of tho convention of the American
Ticket Brokers' Association opened
promptly at 10 o'clock this morning. The
convention at onco settled down lo work
in executive session. Tho business before
tho couveiitiou this forenoon is the re
vision of Ihe constitution and by-law,
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the cases of tneinbeis w ho havo apiiesleu
from thu decision of tho executive com
inittee w ill Ikj taken up. As there are
quite a numlsT of theso cases, a lively
lime is expected. Iho election ol oinoers
(or the ensuing your, will take place this
'i ho convention after recess concluded
IU labor this slternoon ami adjourned sine
The following ofllecrs were elected for
tbe ensuing year. President W'. P. Ward,
of Cleveland, O.: first vice-pieaident, I.
I-rank, of ew York; second vice presi
dent, Simon Sterner, of St. Ionis; third
vice-president K I List, of l hicngo; lourih
vice-president W'. W. Williams, of Des
Moines, la.; secretary, W. 11. Carter, ol
J'.xeculivo Committee lor two years:
(tistave ti. lansing, ol New York, and II,
C. Mcader, of Cinciniiuli, I). Tho other
two memls'rs of the cotninilti'e, I. Salo
mon, of Chicago, and Oeorgo W. rrey, of
lndiannH)lis, Ind.. hold ov, r,
Il wus agrmsi to hold the next annual
meeting hi Indianapolis on iho second
Wednesday iu .May, ls'sj,
VOIOl- CP TUB PEOPLE.
T riMttlers niKt s nlrjr Merrbattls,
To the Kdllnr ot The Appeal.
For Iho beiielit of those Interested, and
at tho request of some, please publish
"weather probabilities," found below
These calculation and computations were
made front indications and notes made in
ror May Iho month will romo In fair
and dry, but the air will bo pleasant; I'Jth
to 1 Ith. warmer; 1'itli to '.'Dili, list cool for
Iho season and crops; HI si to ;ilst it will be
warmer, and thorn aro no Indications ol
ruin un to Ihn ;llst.
Juno Will romo In warm and cloudy.
and up lo the l'.'th of tbo month plenty of
rain; l ull to l.tli, warm and more settled
weather; lsth to )th, It will Iss cooler and
more pleasant ti'iiiiK-ralii-e; raiu will lull
in this srspimn between the I'.'il und 2th,
July From the 1st to the loth it will Iss
cloudy and viiriai,le, with some rain
lemiMirut uro cool lor the si-nsou; lllli lo
1 .'.(). warmer; loth to .nth, cool nnd
cloudy, with but 1 il t lo or no rain. The
latter part 4 the mount very warm sud
too dry lor cmps. a.
A liend .
To the K tiler of lit Apisml.
A dog, poisoned by tbe polico on Tues
day lust, is fesluriug t'slay (Thursday) In
tho sail on Fifth street, iu front of
Palmer's grocery rtoro.
I bear ol other Instance ol tho same
kind. If It is the duty of the valiant guar
dians of the prsee to wsl-o "giim-visaird
wsr on all the nntiiitr.r.lrd dogs In tin
nelgblsirhorsl llicy sliould remove the
carcases promptly, otherwise "their of-
feuso is rank und smells lo heaven. '
Chelsea, May 2:1, lSsfl.
AdalifrsliViN ml .
CraixoriRi.il, III., May 23. In the
llouso today the bill tirobiblling tbe adul
teration of food produce came up. It was
I amended hv alrikin,. not I tin words "Kof-
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. . ukoook too sppucauon m mo mil w
i w iui rsa.iiug.
A BAD, BRILLIANT WOMAN.
INTERESTING SKETCH OF CARRI1
BOLBROOK CHANDLER'S LIFE.
How Boots! Success Led Ber Into Scan
dal and Then to Murder Suspected
of Poisoning Two Husbands and Now
Charged With a Third Murder.
Mobilk, Ala., May 23. Carrio E. Hol-
brook Chandler, the mother of Mrs. May
brick, who is charged with poisoning May
brick, in Liverpool, is a woman with a
very romantic career.
Mrs. Holbrook came hero about 1850,
visiting her uncle, the Rev. J. II. Ingra
haiu, rector ot Bt John's Church, author
of "The Prince of the House of David."
She was very popular in socioty, being a
good conversationalist, handsome, though
not pretty, and quiet and prepossessing In
demeanor. Among those who joined her
troop of ' admirers was young Win. C.
Chnndlor, son of ono of the most promi
nent merchants of the city. Tho two
young peoplo wero mutually takon with
one. another and he followed her to her
homo In Now Y'ork City, where they were
married. Ilcturning to Mobile they lived
in good style, nnd Mrs. Chandler increased
ber lulluence in society. Mio was as
much of a hello aa before marriago, and
her society was especially sought by
young men. It was at the beginning
of tho civil war that Frank Dubassy
turned up, being a captain in tbo
ordnance department of tho Confederate
government Capt. Frank was a remark
ably handsome man and a dashing officer.
Ho foil in with tho Chandlers, and soon
thoro was some talk of his attentions to the
lady. Suddenly Mr. Chnndlor fell 111. He
irrew rapidly worso and his relatives r,
to oiler their assistance, but wero refused
admittance to tho house. Chandler died,
altendod by no one but tho young wife,
and the report arose that lio had beeu
killed by her. There was no olliciul inves
tigation of the charge, but it allocted her
iioeition, which became so unpleasant tint
she took her two children nnd moved to
Macon, lilt. In less than a year she mar
ried Dubossv there. Shortly afterward
Dulmssy w as ordered to go to Kuropo as a
representative of the Confederate govern
ment. Ilo und bis family took passage on
a blockade runner out of Charleston or
Suvunnah. it is not known which, and had
proceeded nut a couplo of sjuys wlrr-n
DtibflHsv. who lisil tMnn rniniilnininir.
suddenly died. Tho captain of tho
steamer promised to return to port in
order that the otllcer might bo iuterred;
but tho widow strenuously insisted that
thu vessel should continue. She said that
alio did uot like the risk of turning tbo
vessel back and demanded that tbe body
bo cast overboard. This was done anil
tho vessel reached Kuropo in duo lime.
In a year or two she drifted back to New
York, wbcro alio was involved in a scan-
dal with some actor which was published
in the pupeis at the limo and created a
great seiis.uiou. After this she went
ngaiu to Kuropo, and met and married
Buron von 1miuo. There was shortly a
scaadal with linn also, is it is said ho waa
not lailhful to her and at one timo gave
her a beating, so she loft him. It seems
that llicy led an adventurous life together.
Alter separating from on Koouu the lady
became a woman of the world and when
Inst heard from was filling the equivocal
position ol "wile ol an attache ol the
British legation at Teheran, Persia.
James Mnvbilck. who is said to have
been poisoned by bis wife, Florence May
brick, the daughter of Mrs. Chandler,
wus well known and liked here aud In
New Orleans. He met tho youua lady In
Kuropo. A ircntleiuan who was well ac
quainted with Mrs. Chandler during her
residence lu .Mobile, stated yesterday
alio bad a regular mania for collecting all
sorts ol poisons. In other words, she wus
a thorough amateur toxirologist She
had collected oison from all part of the
world and tojk great pride lit her col
lection, which, she had in a tine cabinet
with each Poison carefully labelled. The
gentleman in question onco visited her
house by invilstion to insis-ct this result
of a strange "fail." Sue entertained biui
for hours discoursing on tho effect and
nature of each deadly agent and showed
such an unusual knowledge of toxicology
that ever after the narrator savs bo enter
tained a ticcuhar dread of tiio woman,
fearing that some day alio might be seixcj
with a desire to experiment ou hi in.
DECATDR'st IN VI t ATION.
Tbsy Want tbe President, But Will
Probably Get a Cabinet OfUoor.
Washinoto. May 23. Mr. Breckin
ridge Jones, of lHxatur, Ala., called on
the President today, and In the namo of
the citizens of New Decatur, Invited him
to attend tho ceremonies at that plae on
the '-Nth instant, in Ihe celebration ot the
owning of industrial enterprises.
Tbo President received Mr. Jones
cordially and assured him that he took a
warm Interest in tho Industrial growth ol
the South, aud expressed iiis gratification
at the many evidence of material ad
vancement which tho South wus exhibit
ins. The President tvirrutted that tho
slate of the public business would not per
mit him to Isi present in person at lbs
ntiftioiiir ol iii'i-n ir ni's snutrnr M'f.
At the suggestion ol Ihe I'rcsident and ,
Secretary Noble, Judge Shields, Assistant j'
Allorncy-tieiiernl lor tho interior iienart-' I
incut, wilSsltond (bo ceremonies at New
Decatur and will represent the Adminis
tration on that occasion. It is possible
Ihut some mrmlierof Iho Cabinet will also
go lo Ih-ciitur, though uotio of them bavo
yet decided lo do so.
The tires I l.lorlrtf l.uhl anil.
PiTisiuau, Pa., May 23 The argument
In the great F.lectrie Light suit ol West-
iiiglioue against Fdiaon. w hich bus been
in progress in tbe Culled Slab- Court all
week, closed at o o clock this afleriHsin.
Both sides then submitted Iheir briefs to
Ihe court and the justice retired. The
plaintill niudo two srvnment Indavand
the detcnilanl one. Tho plsintill's terh-
nical counsel, J. F.dgar Bull, was followed
bv Mr. Thurston, tor tb) ilefendsnts, who
closed their rase, snd Mr. Bronduax cl'vd
the argument for the complainant snd fin
ished the rase. Il will probably be sev
eral weeks before a decision is rendered
in the rase.
Jnmafs4 lnf the Ofastf.
Nkw Yoiik, May 23. Henry Tyiuedcur,
of Suffolk, Fnglund, a second cabin pass
enger on the steamship City of liomn,
from Liverpool, jiimp-d overlmnrd on
May 17. The rsuse for his sells unknown.
NIWOHt.FAS. U. Nsf il-Hear and pleas
ant s-srld llolis n kale, I'liu lunail.
ST. I.OI'IS. Mo.. May n-ltltrvr Is lis ts,
failles. Mrtlrrhtaudwrio. Diwrld: lliy
ol Mourns. Nat,. lira.
lxit'ttVII.I.K. Ky.. May n- Wvrr fslttnf. wlih
i hM liirlnsi on iho falls, and a IWi 11 lm lu In
lbs ransL Wsaibcr ckstr aud cooL Di-psrUsL
VP KSHI KO. ta..VsiX-HIrfalltnnlotr.
I'sapnl lown: Mi...h,,. llh Kifar I onnilaaio
alsisrd. Ik'eart, ,1 Arkauws I by, SL Louis. Ik
loalsaii ,l viii.r. ahi. h laid un at WsrraiiUm
lUwlNf nithi mi
lir'f early m-it inomtni. hafloa t",,i','l
bsr way uowu, aana wf-rsi
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