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MEMPHIS, TESTN., MONDAY, MAY 27. 1SS9.
VOL. XLIX NO. 121
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Margaret Sullivan's Last Letter.
She Devotes Bar Space to tho Ma
It la tho Largest Building .Ever
Amorloan Exhibits Occupy One
third of the Entire Spuco.
A Comparison of tho Mocbtttdcal
Products of tli United Btates With
Those of Other Countries Tbrowa
tho Latter In tbe Shade,
opj rluht, ls9, by Dip New York Ass-Hlstcd Prow.
Paris, May 20. Tho machinery palneo
id tho Exposition is tho largest building ,
ever constructed under a single roof. A
leinnikublo fcuturo of tlio building is that
the roof bait no interior support, except
nfeL-nty groat arches, hinged at tho founda
tion plates rind apes so as to provide for
expansion and contraction nndcr changes
in Uuuporaturu. The roof is ginned. Tlio
lower ismels uro decorated with heraldic
, designs. Tho cud of tho building urn
tilled with toned glass. Light is abundant
and tho effect of the decoration is mag-
' nilicent. The length of tho building is
' nearly 1,400 feet, its width .170 feel nud its
higbt 170 feet. A gallery thirty feet
' from the lloor extends tho entire length
tf lxith sides. At the four corners are
k ten in generators for driving tho entiro
ruuchiiu ryj The power is communicated
by blinding placed on four row of treliis
girders lying parallel with tlio length of
tho building and placed in sub-ways. The
cngiios aro now working and there U
inure power than is required. An idea of
tho colossal character of tlio exhibition
limy bo gained from tho fuel that the
power available this year is four times as
jrent as that furnished during the exhibi
tion of 187.S.
The American machinery exhibit occu
pies one-third of the entire space, und is,
in all rexiecls but one, uioru iiiiiKiMing
than the exhibit at nny previous interna
tional exhibiiioii. The exception is in itg
riculiiinil niaehinery, in which wo do not
show progress corresponding to that nuri
ifested in other linen. We ur, indeed, at
a double disadvantage in this, for. besides
exhibiting nothing notably new, F.uropean
nations have been silcccaslully overtaking
us in tbe production of our own machine.
This is inpeeially truo of Great Ilriiiiin,
France, Oerniany, Austria, and Switxor-
' laud. In Ibis respect, as in others of
equal importance, wu have supplied Kit
rox with ideas. It will bo remembered
that Cyrus McCormick failed to secure in
tho United Hates tho adoption of his agri
cultural machinery until its exhibition in
'"Yondon in lfvil. That international exhi
bition inaugurated a new era in machin
ery. In 1Ni7 Thomas K. Pickering, engi
neer and inventor, who lias been superin
tendent of machinery for .the United
Mates at tho suereaHivs exhibitions at
Turin, Vienna, l'hiladelphln, MelUiurne
and New Orleans, brought ulsjut the exhi
bition of ono lifty-horse power Corliss
cngino in thin city. This engine was sold
toaKrciiclnn.il. Today if no American
machinery occupied the space allotted to
the foiled Slates the entiro area could be
IHUnI with tho modifications of the
Corliss engines inauufactured by Kurope
aus. Two-thirds of the steam engines exhib
ited are of the Curbs pattern. In iNi"
there iu ail exhibit of machine tools by
J'rown V Sharp, of Providence, 'ihey
wi re all wild. Today tools made after the
Lroun A Sharp patterns by Kiimpcaii are
universal in tho exhibition.
When tho model of tlio m lit America
was shewn in I be I'nited States it wus
rather stoned a'. lis supcri rity was
!roniplly delected by Lrilidi LmbliTs, and
t is now Is-coining a model on tb Clyde.
When tbe International Coiurrrss' of
Civil, Mechanical and Minim Ltiginccis
mei-is ln-ro next month it is apparent that
the chief pleasure of the American delega
tion, niiiiibering nearly :uo, will ba to
point out the docility with whirli Ameri
can inechanlciil ideas have been adopted
by other countries. These Ideas are para
mount. Within obvious limits they relate
thiclly to steam engines and coinprtTsors,
i . . . . . . i . . i.: . i . . i..
mat-nine nans, niniiiiiirry tor loriinii
sheet inelnl, for rolling metals into forms
for muling rnicr bags, machiiiery fur
working on ns k and stones by means of
.compressed air, lor making wood screws
by rolling Instead ol lorgmg and forriilllng
tho threads and wood-working niaehinery.
A liiildwin gas engine, built by (li'is
r.io., attracts attention by employing gas
to run a dynamo for the piirixwo of Tiht
in., by means of imamli went lauiM, tho
claim iH'ing that the light thus pro luced
Is more economical than gas itwlf. Warner
A Swax 'y, of Cleveland, sud William Sell
ers &. Co., of Philadelphia, aro coii.plcti
ous by their exhibits of brio a working
Tiintlng Hrmc Fpim" In Hi Ameri
can exhibit will lie lun with electric pjwer
tupplicd by l'u kcring fur tho smi ml sc
toioii.odalioa cf tho presses, which aro
not enmly connected with tho shafting.
Neither feeottuor lloo lias any exhibit, but
the plant, when ready, will 1o considers
bio. The CsmplMdl and the tioldiug coil
pan io j exhibits arv tlio most luiKiitanL
K'veral tyiie-srtting machines aro ex
bibiU'd, In'cluling tho McMillan, the
Thome and the Mcrgrnlhsler linotye
inai'hiuo. Tho last named present, llm
mmt striking features as it dis'S away with
movable t'e. Instead it lixes limlnc-a
and casts a solid bar for each line, lha
inslrlcca lirlni then returned automatic
ally to their proper places. 'J his machine
is furnished with a phonograph, which
dictates copy to tlio operator. Tho only
other country exhibiting novel Imple
ments in printing machinery is Ureal
l'.ntain. Wohsvo a practical monopoly,
also, of writing machines, there being
nine, American exhibitors snd only ono
Knglish exhibitor, ono Kmwian snj out
hwiiis. Tho luscbino of uoun of the-
compart favorably with tho best Amen,
Tbnt clet-trieily constitutes an absorbing
problem of mecliauical invention and pliy
s.cal discovery is shown by tho orunii
Denco Its apparatus occupies. Throngli
vtit Msrliinery Hall and various o.hcr
parts of the exhibition tlicro aro O'X) rx
Inbiturs In this branch. I ho uulvi rnulily
of tho stu ly dcvolwl to it Is shown in tlio
w.igo of txiiiitrirs reprem-nted by nppnu
tin Ihesq countries Includo iunce,
'Jiiuiuy, Orsal ihitaiu, Antctici, .'i-
ntn, Switzeiland, Algeria, Austria, Hun
gary, Chili. lonmnrk, Spain, Italy, Japan,
Norway, l'orlugal, Kussin and Finland.
Tlio application of electricity to tnachitiory
nnd to various processes is making steady,
if not rapid progress. Tho notation of
Alexander Graham ltoll and Thomas Kdi
son is utii(iio, while tho great discovery
by l'rof. hlihu ThomiHon, of tho perfect
fusion by means of electricity of metals
thai do not amalgamate, in tho forge, adds
n third American to the list of electricians
first in the world. 1'rof. Thompson's dis
covery is expected to revolutioninu pro
cesses and modify methods throughout
tbe whole scopo of metal working, from
the lino art of tho goldsmith to tho eolos
Hal undertakings of tho caiinon-muker.
Tho Hell telephone, is shown in tlio Lib
eral Aris section, not in Machinery Hall,
ns tho consent of tho l'rvuch telephone
interests could not be procured for wires.
That it should transmit a million messa
ges a day impresses iivncliincn consider
ubly, especially when thev know iiow in
expensive it is. (simultaneous export-l-ients,
it is confidently predicted, will es
tablish telephonic com nflBjycat ion between
New York and Chicago ut about tlio sanio
time like ooiumuuiculiim is secured be
tween I'aris and Marseilles. Tho Kdlson
exhibit occupies one-half theentiro Amer
ican frontage, covering 0,000 wpuiro feet.
It is tho lurgest singlo exhibit iu the expo
sition. It is devised to illustrate in miniatiiro
most of the great prac'.ieal results of Mr.
Kdixon's inventions. For instance, the
lighting of New York City is shown by
m'i-ways, visible iu tho flooring, with
charts and sparatus indicating the distri
bution of lamps and tho control of forco.
Ilia entire category of inventions, number
inir 4!)U, is presented either completely or
by intelligible suggestion. It comprises his
contributions to telegraphy, electric light
ing, raiUav electro-motors, telephonic re
ceivers ami transmitters, gilvunie and sec
ondary batteries as used iu tbe phonograph
aud milling machines, tho electric pen,
type-writer, shading, tho vocal engine and
Tho- phonograph nnd tho Americin
writing machines are tlio popular delight
of the exptmitiou. Kvery initio-! will hud
ono of tho phonographs seaking its own
tungue, a siillicieut nuinU-r of machine
being suitably equipped for the er(oriu
anco of this marvel, Mr. Kdinm has
made a discovery in relation to tho coating
of tlio phonographic cylinder which will
materially improve tho quality of enunci
ation. The new cyliudurs are on their
way her,', but tho nut uro of I ho dircuvery
is wilheld to insure his patent.
In the Ameiican, development of elec
tricity predominates; in the French,
sciences, csjiocially chemistry and applied
me. hematic. In liio French exhibit,
how ever, there aro many practical machines
ill which it is employed, sueli us a rolling
bridge for carrying und weighing, a steno
telegraphic machine, a simultaneous tele
graph and telephone, a telephony nnd
microphone, autographic telegraph, electric
lrumH la and electue organ and an electric
piano and harp, a machino for measur
ing the re'istaiKU oi electricity and
an electric elevator. Amou the less lio
ixsdlig but not tbe less ing 'iiioiis machines,
which are looked upon us Yankee notions
bv the F.iiroeans, uro mm bines fur salt
ing and coloring butter, w hich is niaiclicd
by a French machino for le-i.,iltiiig and
automatic weighing; an automatic Amer
ican machine for making coik.crews
out of wire, a machine for weuving the
covering on ruhler hoao, and a bourbon
America is practically unrepresented in
niaehinery apjiertaiiiing to textiles and to
tlio manipulation of skins, leather, lurj,
paer and stone.
MtHOMlKT J. 11 I.I I VAX.
WEAIUtn CROP DULLET1M.
The Tomporatur and Its E (Toe t During
tun Past Week.
Wahiiv.ton, May I'll. Tho week m l
Ing May !.'. was cisder than usual in the
central valley ami tho Southern Stales, in
tho last luiincd section tho tctncr.itiirv
difh ring but .lightly from normal, while
over the Ohio and I pper Missitsippi Val
leys the daily teiiijvrature tunv.l fiim.'ito
10 degrees lower than usual, with light
frosU in the upper lako region and the
t'ppvr Mississippi Vulley. In New Kng
land, New Yoik and on tho I'aeillc Coast
the week was warmer than usual. The
tcniH.'rntiiru for tho season fro-n Jaunary 1
to May I") has been ubovo the normal, ex
cept in (he South Atlantic and southern
xrtionof the tililf States, w here tho season
lias Ist n oxil, and is from two days to ono
week late. In New F.iitflaud and generally
throughout tho Northwest the season Is
from ono to two wt-ck in advance, and (ho
daily temperature for tho entire period has
been frun 3 to 0 decrees above the aver
ago lor the reason.
Tho rainfall for the week has been
greater than usual in New Lnglaud and
(he middle Atlantic Slates, wImto the ex
cess in rainfall ranircd fiom one to three
iiichrs. Ijugn exivsses were also reported
ill the upper Ohio Valley, including (he
greater 'rlions of Ohio, Indiana nnd
I pper Xi u-hiynn, and from Lantern Kan
sas soulhwaid (o iii'tern Texas ami Wu.t
rrn Ixniisiana. Well distributed showers
o currrd in the upper Mississippi Valley,
the lower Ohio Valley, Kentucky and
Faistern Tciineswe; but no rain iiceiirred
in the Smthern portion, of (ieorgin, iSmtli
Candina, Southeast Alabama and ilorida.
Ibis Is'ing (ho second week during which
there has been a total slwence ol ram in
this si-ction. Only buhl showers are re
Mirtod ovr the central ts.rtioa of tho
cotton region, iucluduig Miiwissippl, Ala
bania and eastern portions of Louisiana
and Western Tennossoo.
Tho rainfall for tin season continues in
excess on the Atlantic Coast from New
York to the cutlers portions of South Car
olins, and cmrrally from tlio Missouri
Valley southward to the Texas Coast.
'1 here has ticca a largo deficiency Iik the
rainfall for tlui season from the Ohio Vsb
ley Miiiihwjrd over the tobacco nnd cotton
region, u( Tennessee, Kentucky and the
Kasiern (iiilf stat-s. 'J he deiiciency in
rainfall in this section amounts toalioiit 10
inches fur tho season; or, in the O.iio Val
ley, Kentucky and Lastem TennesMC less
than iV) ier cenL of the mini. ill bi.d oc
curred, sh.ls over the ciitrnl portions of
the cotton rcioti (ro n .VJ to V per cent, of
the normsl rainfall is repotted. '1 bo re
cent rainfalls over tho northern portions nf
the winter wheat region, nnd ttiroiuthuut
Ihe corn and wheat region, of tho North
west hnvo doubt kt Improved tho growing
cop, id I bote sections,
licnersl rotrarks Tin weather during
the week nss oecti lavoraitin lor all grow
inir crops throiiuhoiit tho N'orihwest. (ha
central valleys and Now Lncland, hut (ho
drouth coiiliiimw in tho I'.utli Allsntio
and Lustern (iulf Slates, whoiotho reporcs
ludicr.te (hat all crop, uro greatly in deed
of r.iui. C'otlon and small fruits lisvo
Lti'U more or loss injured, lusotl aro Iu
creasing rapidly and gloomy pws(eels
Ki-m-uuiy reponeci. ino uroutli also ex
lends over Southern Louisiana, but in
Northern IiiiUium no, I tlw. v,,.i.,. i, r,,,
tions of Mississippi tho onilitions nr.i
more favorable. Tho crop prospects havo
liocn erontlv imtpr.vn.l i, il. wt....u if
- j .....v.vu ... IIIV L III "fj l.l , UU
Ohio Valley bv the timelv rains, but somo
damage resulted to fruits ' in this section
irum imj irosia wtiieti occurreil on tlio L'.M.
Heavy rains occnrrol todav over Ten-
lu-8.'o nnd will probably extend
over (ho northern portion of (ho
titilf States toniirht. nllordiiii somu
leiicf from tho continued drouth iu (hat
section. Throiuliotit tho States of tho
corn and wheat belt tho weather for tho
past week has improved tho condition
of tho principal crops, although frosts
have caused somo duiuuiro to early corn
and vegetables in Minnesota. Kxc'essiva
rains nuci cold weather over the middle
Atllintle St'lte iliinrimiulv ultVi .i.t am. ill
fruits und tender vegetables, but generally
improved grass and grain. The season in
thiu Stetion nnd 'eu l-'naliinil id ,.ni-U unit
crops have developed rapidly. The grass
crop, wiueii is ouo ol the most important
crops in New llngiand, is specially re
ported in 11 no condition. Haivestiiu: is
progress ns fur mirth as Tennessee.
lilt J. NORTON'S BADNESS.
Honry W. Moore's Flamo Shows Her
St. Lor is. Mo., May I'd. Information
comes from Now York that Henry W.
Moore, formerly managing editor of tho
Bu Louis J'wt-Di'jiitUli, nnd Mrs. John W.
Norton, wifo of (he well known theatrical
manager, with whom Mooro cloed, have
parted, w lien Mooro left St. Louis w ith
Mrs. Norton he did it under tho idea that
as he hud caused tlio woman's downfall it
was his duty to stand by her. llesiiles ho
was madly in love with her, tooujli aware
that ho was not the first iiiuu to lead Mrs.
Norton astray, both expected divorces
would set them free, and theu they were
to bo married. Moore's first rudonwnk-
cuing was in last September. On Satur
day evening, tho l!.d, ho rumo homo
from his ollico early in the eveuiiiL'.
10 o'clock, though ho Usually did
not return until 1 o'clock. 'Ihey were
then living in furnished apartments in
Forty fifth street. When Mooro came
home ho found tho pa rhna locked. Mesne
waited until nearly IMP) n.in., when a car
riage drovo up and stopiied nearly a block
away. .Mrs. -Norton alighted and tho car-
riat-e disapiM-arcl. There was a mini in it.
Mooro found (hut Mrs. Norton had Is-en
chinking li -avily of champ lane. Ho got
her in tlio room and n territdu scene en-
Ml 'it. In (lie niorriiiu when her s ne.
were r-stored, he told her be should leave
her. Tho woman pleaded innH-cnc.
claimed she had Is-en ut a Mrs. Culeini's,
and that it was Mrs. CliU'ord's brother-in-
law, a man n. lined l.ivi. intone, who drove
her home. Thev bad b.-eii plr.viuj poker
si Mrs. Clillbr l's. Thev had ' witio uinl
she had taken too mui li. 'J hu s cry was
iiiiprobable, and .Moore's faith wa further
ohukeii by lliidiii r iu Mrs. Sort 'ii' .nns'
a curd which rx-ad: "r. Solari, II I'uiver
sity 1'hice, corner F.leveutli rtrcvt, New
Yuik." Solnii's is u well kiiovm lestuu
rant, whero Ihero aro private rooms. On
the back of the, card was wnlteii in s-nell:
"W. 1'. K. lo L. N., September:.'!, loss."
M.s.r,-could not cieihl Mrs. Norton's
explanation about this card, and later
learned (lint she lunl spent -(ho evening
with a steamboat clerk, with whom she
bad lavn keeping up a sceiel l oircspon
denee. A reconciliation was pitched up
und .Mooro and Mrt Norton took a Hat
on List Forty-eighth street. Without
Misiru's conn nt u u'eailem in roomer was
taken in by Mis. .Norton m. l additional
compromising incidents loose. At
Mihiic's demand the n one r w is let mil,
but later ho ilin-overcd tint Mia. Notion
was in eorr.-poii.lcMc o with lint ol.j.'i iion.
able ex rosiio. r, and a Sep nation f idowo I.
Al (he inliTit'-smn of Irn-n ls, M.sne ro
turned, Mrs. Norton promising fuithfully
to b have In rse ( in I lie future. Scarce
a mouth elnpMd until Moore again de
tected Mrs. Norton in ihivption, uud llie
llnsi separation is tlia re-ult.
It is claimed by Moore's friend, that
within A year of her mauiago Mrs.
Norton bad a lover in tho person of a Chi
cago theatrical manager.
Comparative Pliowlniy of the Oro
Kxcbsnsej Far the Wnk.
liosTosi, Mass., Mayjii. Tho following
table, compileJ from d.sjiatc lies from the
managers of tho leading clearing-house of
the I'nited States, shows the gross ex
ihniiges for (ho week ending May I'.'i, with
ratMi s-r rt-iit. of increase or decrease as
rompared with tho amounts for tho cor
riKlidlllg week of K.S;
Sex York .. ,; "i.4'7,lfl'ie is ut ?. ,
lvi-i"ti s i: ; i in. mi.u 11 '
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si. I.mis r'..'l.-.l .s tin t. e js
Kim I mm um-o .c.i. -i. 1 Imri .i-i t 'I
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N il llicliel.l Iu Inla'li Di cirslllig nnlise lul
the K. Jsmihj II. Ilardlns.
Si:w Have, Conn., Msy 2(1. -The Itey.
Jumes 11. Harding, aged eighty-four
years, formerly tluincellor of tho l'ioceso
of Connecticut, died today at tho SI.
Francis (II. C.) Orphan Asylum, where
for some tuno ho had been acting aa chap
lain. Klu lliimltrrl laaorrd.
riKRM, May 2'k King llumliert at
lendod mass privately (his uuruing in tho
Hcdwlgskirclm. Ho wae not noticed by
the clergv, although o'.hor aoycrclgus nrs
always received with ceremony.
Dr, Croain's Burial aaEveut Indeed.
Ono of the MostEemnrkablo Affaire
Even For Chicnsro.
The Doad Man's Foarful Fato Pres
ent to Every Mind,
Crowds of tho Morbid and Curious
View His Qha3t,ly Face,
And Follow the Immouss Co; tego to tho
Lait Resll mj PUoo of the Body
of a Man Who Bdcaius
Famous In Dtuth.
CnicAno, 111., May 2it.-Iuall Its details
tho funeral of lr. 1', 11. C'ronin today was
a most remarkable uflair. l ioiu ono end
of tho big procession lo the other, through
the endless crowds on tho streets, among
the throng in tlio great cathedral, aboard
traiu after train, that pasting tho fatal cot
tage s.ocd toward Calvary Cemetery, tho
dead man's fato was present iu every
Tho corpse had been lying iu slato In
tlio Calvary Armory, on llio lake front,
(ho most central, point In tho city, and
(hero curly this morning tho morbid and
curious of tho dead man's friends mado
their pilgrimage. Armed sentries from
thy Hibernian liillcs stood, iirms ut rest,
at each corner of the rrtinud platform, on
w hich reiajsed tho ca'aluhpin und colliu.
A crayon porlrait of llio dead mau, draped
is black, stood near tho t-ollbi. A huge
cross of white pinks and mar
guerites woven in with smilax was
at tho head of the bier, and n harp
and smaller crosi stood at (ho fcsit. A
ciindelahru with soven tajiers llickered In
front of (ha cross; rojs'S of grr.'ii smilax
uinl white roses worn loed fnnn the
cotlin and slstut tliecatafalipie.jind xitled
plants were grouped at the corners of (ho
i'latlorin. A canopy of , American flags
hung ntsive the bier, and tcaloons of black
and white (wined tho bars ulsivo it. A
crowd that iauimod aliisjiigan avenue
stcssl U-fore (he armory. The xilun kepi
a pai-sao way om-u fur (huan who wishe.l
(o cuter (he luneral lull, and (wo uui
(oriiied rilleini n, leaning oil luvouelted
weaiNins, lent tho gl.itnoiir of (heir ucrou
termeiits to the militsry uir of the place.
For I lint- hours tho prucwMsiciii, in double
tile, HUM bed e. ,.s tin) plillfoim. Onlv
the picture and Ihe big silwr p'ato on the
c olliu lid li s; ili l tli it nil iI mI sin mortal
of !r. 1'. II. t Minn was williiu (he casket.
Tho apparently un'-iid.uj line ol sight
seer was tin nc I nut at the south
hair nnd few ople leuininoil long in
the buil ling. At l it tho prscsion
Mi.p-. and the pall-hears entera.1. Al
their bead was Luke L'liiuii, ol l iiiladel
pin. i, und Ldwsrd O'Me.ilHir CuiiJun mid
John lYvciy, of New ofk, ami Thomas
1'. Tuil, of 1 Vtrt.it. Tho (iml three uro
well-known Irish NalioiijilikU and ihe hit
ler a M-bisil-liiHle ol tile i.octor. Follow
ing liiein c.iiiii) Frank T. K-atilan, I'. Me
li.iriy. Ciiarles iLry. Michael hilly, I'an
iel Sullivan, Thomas Mi Kiicniny, lliidley
So!u:i, Judge John T. I lulden,' Msuricii
Morris, I r. John (iiieiin, ex-Aldcrinaii
Mi'l auley, John I', Kvsn, John I . Sean,
lun and W. I', 1,'cn l, ol Chicago, 'lhev
lepreaelited the liii-mUid thu dead mail
und sis'ielics lo which ho b iouge.l.
leiMiig the Armory llio casket wns
placed in u hearse, di m n by four black
horses, an I tne pun. s.ion was lorined.
A. its head wassplatoni of police, w it Is
I lent. Wilson in coiiiui and. 'l liroiiuli
the dense crowds on Michigan avenue Ihe
piis'i-ssioii iiiIii-i i in way. Marshal 1'. J.
Cahill nn I bis uidis rode ill the bead of
the hue. A drum turpi preceeded tho
Ihlieini.in Lilies with arms levers.-. I, and
linn tun ul the cortege Wi'h it, beanui 111 a
panoply of black uinl guard of honor from
the iill'n and pill-ls-un-rs.
The Clau-liii-l.ael (luards, In gray uni
forms and tiii-olored plumes, thu uni
foinicd rank of tho Itov.d Arcsnum In its
olive-colored .nils, an i thoiis-m Is of inem.
Imts ol I ho Ancient Older of I'mled
Voikiuen, without timforuis, canio liexu
Tho Ancient Order of llils rni.iu,, I, on,)
s'rong, seversl courts of Iho lndes ndeni
Order ol l-oic slers, 1,'JclO in all, ami 2,iiSl
( u'.hohe l'oreslcn were iu hue. Tim uni
formed members of (be Knsl Atcanuui,
Ihe Ituynl l-ague, (ho Sheridan Hill s,
the Clitholic L. lieVotent i;iiiii and frag
ments ol s n uin Is r of other unlets swelled
Mnisb d Cahill suit' that 7.l") :, tt e
in the pl'M-c aiioii, 'Ihe 1 1 rib Will thirty
lice uniiiites p.usiug the loiin r of Indiana
und Lush ami-Is, ,,iir ubnssl. lour
bauds and half a do n ilium turps pluved
ill K'-s or hi 'rked the slow (tine of the
(unci ill imirt'h, N oun of lulled II igs
diaMi in blink, und s-s-nly biiinuis,
tdiied with trne, were i mud by the
standard Is itreis. The r e.iba aud b.ldgea
with cinbleiii. of liioiirniii .', Ino preen of
Ireland and Ihe red. wbltu and bin", the
slow tri ad ol the insrcbing li't, Ihe sable
pall and plumes, (he Pan. Is aud drum,
with (heir solemn sir.iiu-, mado a tin p
iinprciwiori Umhi ihu thml-aii Is of s'nplu
Ihst crowded sidewalks and windows, Unit
t liinls'il on .loop, and bouss. Hi it sal on
psil, and tho tosi nf uulnnslied btlildillgsi.
Iteacliing tho calhudral o( Iho I Iidv Namo
an immense crowd wsrucoiiuiuied. Too
vast edilhii was packed Iwu hours before
Ihu ceieinoliii s liivau. tin the approach
of tho procoNiinn, Iho Is-. I iu the cathedral
lower lolled in measured slio'ses tho prr,
enee of the desd. A lew moineiils latter
Ihe organ H'alt'd slowly s funeral march.
The psll-besrt-rs, with their burden, moved
up the renter sisle and h.seri l Ilia c iskel
snd rstufslipio in ebon tiniiin.ii.'S. Tint
bundles of me lunsul svrticn was placed
beside it and the con nioui'-i ol huh M
Ijllinlii mass beHSII. l'tu space r served
lor tho liinrching societies w t, ilia I. ijiiato
for tho half of their liwmls'is, though
nearly one ha f of the thun h was wiam le
for (hem. Only an cseor(uf the II bcrnijn
llill -s and tlctachlnents rc pn "titing (ho
tblferen( soeietiisj entered the c.ithudial.
Scliuiidl's reipiiein imp wa snag.
Ihe IU-y. Father Agnew w s the cele
brant of tho hum, with Iho Lt v. Father
l'errv as asaittunl. iho d.r.'.'S of (he
bands outside ami tho roll ft theduims
(hstrauie in throngb the win low, from
the yet moving protTwiuii, threw a shadow
of (hu crime over (ho (uncial nt. of
the priests and Into (ho .ol. inn intoning
of (ho rc'uicui services sud llm d'''P "'
poiises of Ihe organ. Ilia t loucii na, not
clnisd in iii'jiiriiiug ci.M aus fuilher
thsn usual al fiiiictul, an I no I sphy na.,
uisdti beyoml the cuslou.i' cbiu' h ccio
Uiumals, except thai rcijiociu hi.'h uiasl
was relebrnted, a rare oceui reiieo on Sun
day. Tho sermon was by the Lev. Father
1'. J. Muldoou, Tho preacher spoko in
eeneral terms of death and its certainty.
Ho told his hearers that death might con'io
ui suddenly and with us little warning to
oich of them us (o tho man who lay helot e
thum, but he hoped in not so barbarous a
manlier. Ho spoko at length of lr.
Ci oniu'a kindness of heart, of his generous
nature, and said ho died while Idoing an
errand of mercy. The reverend father
approached no nearer tlio tragedy than
these few general allusions.
Tho frieu is of lr. Cronin, it is said,
naked (bat tho preacher utiinmmv, among
other thing.!, against the methods of assas
sination by which llio doctor was killed,
but tho preacher feared (hut such a course
might create n public excitement that
would liol bo boiiellcial. Undid not de
sire to introduce extraneous sentiment into
After tho church services tho procession
was renewed and tho crowd was ns largo
us before. lown State street tho proces
sion wended, crossing two bridges to tho
tlepot. Tim trains waited f ir tho crowd
nud thirty-six cars wero comfortably llllud.
Hundreds of jiersoiid drovo out iu busies
nud carriages and hundred ramo to tho
cemetery from tho neighboring suburbs.
The people on tlui ground numbered :I.IHX,
probably more. Heavy black clouds in llio
west kept many persons away and vague
rumors of (rouble may hav'o f lightened
According to a friend of Dr. Crotiin's,
there bad been a report that tho doctor's
enemies meant to blow up tho funeral
train with dynamite, and (hat this Inlk de
terred many from attending. Such a re
port, if circulated at all, was not general
public prosr(y, and it is doubtful if any
person remained away for the reason as
signed. Arriving; nt Calvsry, the marching or
ders were sieodtly placed in lino and Iho
Isiily was carried to Ihe public vault. Nn
exercises of any sort took place nllho rem
etery. Judge Richard I'reuden-asl lisd
been Invited to deliver a brief address, but
at the last moment (his pr igrsin was
abandoned. No such performmii-e, it wits
said, bad ever taken place iu Calvary, and
it was thought it would establish a bad
precedent. A threatening spatter of rain
warned the crowd thai a drenching wa, nt
hand und that three long (rain, s o id ut
Ihu cemetery pates. The cars were stsui
filled, nnd iu lilteeu minutes after their ar
rival ul the cemetery tho trains wero
Sseding back to the city. Lack within
gunshot nl Ihe fatal cotiaite, Whirling past
the subsequent foul resting place of the
d.-ild man a naked Issly al Argyll I'urk,
thundering along within a stone's throw ol
(hu finding place of (ho bbsidy trunk iu
Likeview, tho train sh-,, hundreds of
ciirioii, Nrsous alHiard straining their eyes
(o the aw lul siMit and going again titer the
Imaginary details of thus ml tragedy.
AniuiiK tho iM-nuuis who followed Iho
bier fnnn the armory lo the church and
nut lo (he ivmotcry wen lr. Cronin's sis
ter and hrot'ier-ln-htw, Mr. and Airs. Car
rel, nf St. Catlierin.si, Canada, and his
bro'her. John K. ( 'rouiu, of Arkansas, and
Mr. and Mrs. Coukliu, wttn whom the
Ihs-tur had n-sidc-U while In Chiruuo.
lr. Cronin's lasly will l hu in the
vault at Calvary unlit bis fneiids jiurt base
a ioi alio ariangit lor a puliho lulurmeni.
1Un I'iilr4unls MHnte at Sniilh.
Ciiicti.., ill.. May ill.--If Willnrd J.
Smith leilaatrueslory,)t toctiveCuiiglihii's
"unkuowii Smith," tint man for whom ho
savs hit hired n horse on Iho nihl of
Cronin's ilis.ipearauc , is luuro (hail ever
a mystery. At a socialistic meeting ut
Wavcrly Hall this nfteriiooii a reenter
wim spproache l by nn an i lint inci und
Smith pointed out as Ihe man Implicated
iu I'oii'.diliu's story. The reporter uecosted
Suiilli nud the hitter said hu did hot Liluw
anything alsmt (ho while horse. Ho is
going to see Chief of I'ulice Hubbard iilxnit
Ihe story, as ho wants Iho chief to know
he bad nothing lo do with Cronin's clisap-s-ar,tnce.
Smith aays ln raiini here from
ll.inc.sk. Mich., Ihreo yeats ng.i. He
knew Coughhn in (hut city and intended
several limes lit bsik him up here, hut
never did so u itil last I n, Milsy, when, Imp-Ih-iiiiu
o p iss the I. ml hici.'oavi-nue sln
lion, In went in and talked with Coucjiliu.
Ilesaw bimnuainhisl WihIiksxIhv aftei riisin
aceidnitall) mtsiting bun on I .a Si lie street
and has not besidof him since. Smith is
at present employed by n n-sl estate dealer
here and refuses to give his oicup ition
jirevioti, to iM-cupyinu bis present position.
I hut ho knew I oil.dilin bo iidunts, and
Hull bo wat Iwicst with lint d.-leelivo nn
Uie.balelr priMs-diug the lalter's ns-ertioii
ms lo on Friday lhal (he nuri for whom
be engaged a horse was "loin Su.iili,"
formerly of llaiieurk, Mich., who bad
since gone lo New Mexico. Smith sat s hit
lis, no relativist in llm t ny and no brother.
He ilis-s pot know nuyoiio ol ihu mime of
Itnu Suiilli In llauiiM k. Smiili's frieudi
assert (hat Coiibhn, lluding it liet-'iviiry
lo Inveul a naifi.1 til an unknow n bu.vy
driver, cliiinced lo Itiirik of Ins ri-'Siy
loiiud friend, and itlierw ird. In carry out
thu story, iiavo llio tin-ii iioiis Indivnliid
n t only llio nanie, but llio lormer whole
address of bi, friend.
A f.lriklos ttnim ml Inclde tla,
CitP A'ni, III., May i'U. A n extraordinary
chain of circumstance w.i, brung'it to light
Ibis evening. You an Mist Murphy, wlii
declared she saw I'r. Cronin coming ilown
town several hours after he left liouin never
(a return is (hit daughter of a s ilo n kc -H.r
nn whoso tesliiiioiiy it is said nn ult'Mipt
was mado to srresl Cronin nn sn
alleged soman aerapo. Miss Murphy
is nl.o reMiri, i ,a a rolalivo
of I'etective Whaleli, llm partner ol Hie
iiHM-tei Olllcer Coti-hhti, This latter
sta'oiiient Mis, Miirpuy di inc. 'Ihe
I reel car conductor, llsver, w ho corrols
rated tho story Unit Cronin w is seen t otn
iug tluwn town and presumably took s
train out of tbe i-ily, is said to havtt since
rf.igned an I disapiKarcJ, An ex-stroet-t.ir
man, named iieriiuin, whostt wbrie
uboiils c iilld not be learned tonight, has
rctvmly bi-en In tho employ ol the Ice
man, I'. O, Sullivan. It was one nf the
business rards of this ho man that played
such a part in luring Cionin lo death.
ll .hoilld be added tbnt Letet'dve Whs-
len 14 a brother In law of thu Implicated lev
lite (Iss lAlnor ArresletL.
Ciiu aoo, III., May 24 Another nrret
bus been uiado iu connection with Ilia
Cionin murder. Tho man King, d.-scub-d
by the pritKint-r WVxIrulT, alms Hist k, us
the person who hired hint to steal s horte
out of Li nn's barn tho night of Dr. do
nine disappearance, was enpttued at 2
o'clcM'k this nioriiiiig In a ho. mo of III faiue,
Thu arrest was mado by duteetivei (nun
Hu Ceiilral station, who sited under
mdais from Chlel Hubbard, 'i lio cuplure
was iiiudo witli all iio.tsihlo secrecy nud
Kiiijf was kekou to the Uulral stultuii ly
n circuitous routo. Tho oflleers walked
b.'sido King in un easy and natural inn li
ner nnd succeeded in getting him into tho
station without attracting any attention.
In a number of particulars King answers
the description given of him bv Woodruff.
When Woodruir, alias lllac'k. first told
his story ho guvo all (be since oft-repeated
particulars us to how ho met King ami
was engaged to (ako part in tho tragedy of
tho trunk. It is a mystery why King has
not been kliested belore, though ul no
time has ho apparently manifeKted nny
desire to leave the city, hw it is understood
from tho police. The arrest bus been
kept secret, as it is desired to confront
Woodiutl' with King. When brought to
gether tho men may indulge iu mutual
accusations that will bo of value. King
was tho husband of a courtesan who died
lie! I inn ago, und has associated with thu
criminal or quasi-criminal classes for years,
it is said. It has been believed for some
time that while Woodrulf may hnvo told
the truth in .. reHXts, lie also made
misleading stun incuts. In (his connec
tion it is significant that in important do
tal U tho desciipliou of King is defective.
ia Couuiilln'a Wile aiul Iilld.
Ciiii'Afio, III., May iU 1'etectivo Pan
Cotighlin still occupies a witness cell ut Ihu
Harrison street station, Nouuowua per
mitted to sco tho olliccr or talk with him
until (hia afternoon, when a handsome,
pale-fucud woman approac hed (he dek at
tho station and timidly inquired if sbo
could seo Mr, Cougbliu Just for ono mo
ment. "Who aro ynuT" Inquired (bo desk scr
gesnt, that you tsko such iutorcst iu
"I am his wifo," tearfully replied Iho
lady, "and (his (pointiua to a prottv.
polilen-baiicd baby by her side) is his
A privnto consultation wns held with
police liendqtiarlers over Iho telephone,
Ihu result of which w ss tlio lady and child
wero permitted to gu down in tho tell
rtsiui. Ihu live minutes were allowed for
con versa I ion and but little passed between
Iho husband and wifo. When tho woman
emerged from tho witness cell her face
was buried in her bands and slut sobbed
mid cried over her husband's unenviable
"V bill have they gat papa In (hat rsge
fur?" Innocently Inquired (ho child to her
An unintelligible ifli.wcr was whispered
in the little tine's ear, and mother ami
child quic kly left Ihe station.
A H.il'lou tlinrarlrr Arrested.
l'litl.Aoi l l-iliA, l'u., May iU The
'von touioirow will say: Peter Md iee
lian, who luvstetiously tlisnpMMtred fmm
this city thtss monlhs ago mil was next
heard nf in Chicago, where, it Is alleged,
he threatened the l,(o of I'r. Cronin, was
anested in that city yesterday. The urn s',
of McUcchull is thought to Ion-shadow
other arrests, becniisu it is known
that hu has Is-eu undi r tl.ti sur
veillance ti tint I'inkeitcm tletce
t veS ever since tlio ilisapis niaucu id
I'r. I'loiiin on the lib itist. '1 Imtutli ha
wus constantly slut. lowed it was tbs-inej
wise tail to ti rt est bun until other uisrt-
silt tiVnlenco V as Olit.illicil In ilelilc lis! rate
how l.ii-ieacl..jij Was Ihu colls, ..rjcv
which bad lor iis ol jecl Ihu inur.li r nf
Cinniii. 't he miest uf Mc i h i bun i hi
Icipieied iu local Chiu-Nal.ael i in Irs to
mean thai Iho net is Is ing ill. mil III by
the deteciives and lhal U will eviitu.ill v
laud all (hit panic ipanls in tin. loiil cuiiie. "'
I. . aulll, an trrrslrii.
Ciiit vi.o, III., May i'tl.-- It was rvMirtcil
late tonight that P. O. Sullivan, tho ico
than, had Is-eti ill rested, l't ler Mcliee
ban, of I'hlladi !.1S a, was ntresied at 4
o'clock this llioniing ul McCoy'. Ilolel.
Mclii cli iuls cliar.-i d With p ulic puling
ill the murder ol I'r. Croinii, mid Is hriiig
held st the llartimiii street sl.itioil, sepa
into Iruiu Ihe other prisoners,
1 lla l.man-tlnssrlln h Ir.
sp4al I'eisiii I. in 1 Im A.- sl.
CoptKK ii.i.i:, Miss., May i'tl Mr. .1.
II. TilLdiinan. nn eiierifi-lic and enteroi...
iuM young farmer who live, m-sr Hardy,
und Mrns l.il!ii. M iisMillwliiiii of tlui kmiiiii
plais-, wero united in marnne this tu n-
! I . L a i. I ..i i.. 1. .
H n . " u i". . iiiiwi ii. iiieiins si-ii1
prcieultu wilui-HSthu Isailliful cereinoiiy.
-rrst, Irrls.t lliKivrlral Smh-Ipi.
Ni Yoitk. May iU Nearly ull Ihe
pioiilineilt deleates to (he I'li-sbyternill
to in nil Ai"inbly were present at (In
iiM-ctiiu of the I'rcsbv b riitu Hi toticiil
Ka ii lv this evening. The Lev. I'r. J. (i.
.MonMort, ul I nn lun itl, presl.le.I, I In-
lo't' ti T I'lltllis III A lleuhi.lt l- ,1 aifc-..r...l
(he prineiptl sd In ns, w Inch wa. In rela
tion lo tho prog re., of tho I'l. Hbytciuin
i nun ti.
U. A. It. 1rn.nrl.il Krrvlrs,
W isiuv.iov, May i'ii.--. Oiainl Army
of lieimblie meiiioiuil servico wa, bel l in
Iho Metropolitan Methodist Chinch ill
this city. 'Ihertt wasn lurira nttemlani e,
iuclii bug Mis. Harrison nud Mrs. Mi hie.
ll Was evix-cled the I'rerldelll Would
attend, Iml be went ilown Ihe b.iv yisn r
day for a brief outing. 'Ihu Lev. I'r.
I nicy pre lit he I the sermon.
A Intnl I'alillral I'einl.
I'.ti iimoiic, M l., May i'il. Janu s T.
Kirby. a moulder, was murdered touighl
iu ssilisui nvrr an old siliiieal feud.
I bete is ixime doub'. whether Stein man,
Met 'iilihin or McMiihou fired (ho allot.
plan has be eii itrrcsted, but nccurd
1 1 if i the .lory of lbs pcrsutis piesent,
Mi dahon ilid the shiHiiiuir.
Iss PlK IIk.i.Iis loHSlt,
Sr. Prti i sin no, May i'tl.--Two rnor
moil, bomb, have Is-en fo'ind in Odessa
hem nth ilrei Is ulnng which roial visitors
it at all v pas. on their w.iv to the palace.
It I. aiipp'.-i d lhal llm boinbs bad hull
some ye ns nt the im-miuns in whii h tin y
lll.rbsra -I I. 4k K, 4 ui. tnrtnrs.
Liiniisi.il tw, Ala., May i'tl. -Thu re
cent iIim bar.'e of t'lindiiclois on the l.nuis
ville .'. N.;. Initio It idioad was followed
o lay bv tin' i'lu ha'vo "f three en Ihe
Su'llli ami North n t ii-loll npiniiu between
.Montgomery ami I'ttattir. No tuue is
sllitisler tirl.nne tvalla.
I'i;:s, May '.'ll. Mr. Mr Line, t x 1'nited
Stall. .Mini-lcr, sailed on thu l. inseoiio
yrsti r lav fi r New Yolk. His wifo and
,1. ,n-l, Its will remain iu Par s until the
end of the summer.
Wi.H.l-r l.litraln a'l sl.-hiH 4ln.M
I ., mm, M iv 2d. Mr. Litnoln, tho
I'mlcl Stales Minister, luct Ihi'l'liipf
nt i I'litic. ss of Wales ut Lady S.iliibui y's
icciyl.oii )i j'.ir.lay.
Cansos a Small Riot at Guthrie, I. T.
Two Mou Claim tho Same Lot, and
Ouo of Theu
Bogina to Build a House Ovor
Aiouud tho Domicile
Of tho Tarty Who Ilad Firat Taken
It Dstng Sunday, s Sentlmont Is Awak
euod, and 500 Men Carry the New
Houbo Into the Street Tbe
Military Eottlos It,
Kansas Citv, Mo., May 2'?. A Tint
BiH-eial from (iutbrie, Oklahoma, says: K,
A. eed, claimant to u lot on First and
Harrison streets, also claimed by Mr.
Hayes, engaged a largo force of men and
begin (his morning to erect a building
over and around (ho other claimant. Tho
aggrieved party was soon reinforced by s
large party of friend, and idlers who were
.landing around tho street corners. At
first n pretest was mado against building
on the Sablutli day. This, of course, was
done to eiusgo thesympsthy of the crowd
which had collected, nnd which numbered
by this (lino ne arly 500 iiersous. After
(ho contestants hud engaged in n wordy
quarrel, and at s preconcerted sig.
nal, the Iruino ol tho building,
which consisted uf Iho Hour, beams
und foundation sills, was picked
up by tlio crowd and carried into tho
street. In doing Ibis part of the men car
rying tho framo in walking backward
stumbled over a pile of lumber and men
and limbers wero piled in S confused
muss, vt hue (lie tlislurhaiuHi was ul 1(8
Instil I'nited ShiOt Marshal Needles
arrived and commanded (h crowd to hs
x.im. Hit wa, npisiaed by argument from
sumo nl thu leaders. Ho al once sent a
tuessriiger for (he troop, a half mile dis
tant sud. In order lo hold tho people in
check until (hu soldiers arrived, sent two
marshals Into the center of Iho crowd.
I'uriiig the next few minutes two tights of
little consequence occurred, one of which
wa, isTifiuucd bv a thief, who ailemptod
to Ply bis vocation.
'ihero was much excitement at this
time, but as si sin us thu blue coats were
seep coming on a double-quick the turbu
lent clement quiuled do w n, and ill live
minutes later the csrs lilers were al work,
with ihu inihlaiy, under Lieut. Koe,
loiincd iu a hollow square around Inn silo
of (he propos. d siruettiro. Ono man,
John I nli hrist, was tlubU'd by a soldier
for not obey itu (be seiilini l'a tudi rs. Too
lunch credit i aiuiol I si given to Mataliul
ise-xiii-. sud lias deputatM lor has uuliriug
ellorls In keeping pruco.
falrlek Mealsy's Marslereea.
Nrw OuikAss, La., May iU The Jury
In tint mut uf Louis Claim and John iib
son, cli.ng.'d with murdering tho Hon.
Patrick Mcaley on New Year's morning',
Isss, Ihia sfleriiisiti rendered a Verdict of
"gmlty without capital ptaiiishiueut." This
case has occupied Iho atlention ol the
court for several day., and is Iho s. cond
nial ( l.iire and l nbson l.nvtt bad, with
s.miiur r.-Mi't-, the verdict in the lio.t esse
bin inu Iss n set aside by the Supreme
( "Mill t ti the '.-round tint iho testimony ol
a material W llm as lor the dele Use bad been
linplos-rly excluded. Today when Ihe
Veriln was read by Iho Clcrkof I lie Colli t,
( la.ro sbouti'ib "l ion Innocciit, o hi-l)
n eiiod." lie continued shouting iu Una
slraln, and mado a liiuvciii.'iil as lhoui;li
he desired In get nl (he jumrs. but wns
quickly tnerHiHen'd by (lie lieripy Sher
nl nnd plais-l m the d's k. 'i he pi siae-rs
went reiiuiiiiled lor sentence. I'viiuliy.
iuiprioiui.'iil lor hie.
A l unar llav's Trirlble t rims.
Nxsr Yoiix, May i'd. Morgm, tho
lliirteeu-ye.tt-old son of Alfred Sser, the
president of Ihe New Jersey Wmo Coin-
pane of Passaic, N. J., disipa-aru I last
night from Passaic with f 1, 000 in money
nud checks which were In have been used
o pay nit lbs employes (if the rotni i.ny
yeiterdny. Young r-jicer ws, iu roinp.iny
with Wiiliu llartmaii snd 1 lmniat Hum,
nged tfsis-t liviily II f' ecu and sixteen
Vents. J be Imiv s filth. r is a wealthy man
and is almost beside biniM-lf with grief
over bi, sou's action.
IP'tsile farrliassS Hlnre Asaml S, ItHT.
W u i so ro, May ili.- The total amount
of Ik'H.U purchased since August 3. 17,
lod.ito is ii',:(i,issi, uf which $i.l. Mil,.
IIMI wero 4 per rents, nnd !rU)7,7iM)0
1 m r i-enls. The eot of these tsuids was
r lti.i,i.."i, I.'s, i, which ;s.p s.l,li;i) win paid
,,i lour s-r cents und tl il.li'.m,4l'.l lor the
I) is-r cents. '1 be in-', ut maturity would
liiva I n ; I . I ' t. Ihb saving by
Iheir pun base is tf.-Vd .'..Ml, or j'.-J,.)!)!,.
71:' for the I tr ecu is, ;i,u.'l,h.u lor (bo
I J -r ceiits.
Nkw Yonii, May i'tl. Al S meet Inn held
this afternoon nt Iho Fourth Avenue
Pn .ht It-nan Church, under tho auspices
of Ihe lieitoi.il A-.i'iiibly, thu qucilio-i nt
Siiliba'.h oIim rvance Was iliscu-sed. Tho
mo h i.ilur ol Ihe lii ni lal Assembly, lr.
liols ils. pn-sidcl. Speet In s wero nude
by Mr. Van Lciisethn-r, of the boar I of
S.ibbatb tibsi-ivalicc; Col. F. F. Shepnrd
and lie v. I r. Atleibiiry, setretarics ef
the Sew Yoik loiumitteu on Sunday oh
Rrrrelarr Mlsli.s'. I'risala Mrrrrlarr.
Wasitim.ton', May i'il.- Lm!s A. I'enf,
of Ibis city, bat leen npiiiilc l ptiv.itu
s-i iclary lo S:rrelaiy Llaiue, vice 11). anas
II. Sbi rinan, iiqiointei Consul Pi Liver
poo I. Mr. I 'nil was foiuierly private sec
retary to Cnnuifsonaii 1 1 ill, of Illinois,
and Hided Mr. Ll.iine in Ihe pnqisr.ition of
liisbqok, "I winty Yeirs in Coiigrv-s."
A l:nl sad I rrnxrlons Artrsy.
S I.l Pl-.l! Ii In Hi. .V.s al.
IhitwiM.iiAM. Ala.. May ill. Milliard
Mix and Napoleon Ltwson got into an
uiri.iv ut (iate City today un I tho furim r
w. is cut lo tic till', 'i In- a.Trsy is said to
bavct been a hlcsidy and ferocious one.
IjiwsmU ii s I his e-eiipe.
.trrr: irr lintrnnl's Nsrrlssis
WasiiisiiTon, May iU The marriage ol
I'.x-Secrcia-y ll'jtii I to Mist Mary Willinu
I lyu.cr is cnnoitnred to take (daco on Juno
1 in i t. John's LpiM'jp.d Cbuivhi iutloS