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f I ESTABLISHED 1810.
MEMPHIS, TENN., SUNDAY. JUNE 9. 1889.
VOL. XLTX NO 134.
Pages i to 8.
AND CLUB BAGS.
We have now on sale the largest
stock of Ladies' and Gents' leath
er and zinc TRUNKS ever shown
in the city.
In Ladies' fine trunks we have
the following styles, consigned to
us, and they cannot le duplicated
elsewhere, namely :
Leather Crystal Palace,
With Duck Ccvcr.
Parker's Patent, Round Top.
Barrel Top, very fine.
Express Canvas Trunk',
Round Top, well made.
Eugenie Fla t Top Dress .
Trunk, Double Iron Bound.
Louisa Extra Basswood
Trunk, with Bm3 Trimmings.
And Many Other Styles,
Equally New and Desirable.
We have made reductions cn all
Zinc Trunks, but especially call
attention to cne lot Alligator Zino
Trunks, 32-inch iron bottom and
covered tray,' at $3.00 each.
This i3 a bargain, for they arc
well worth $5.50 each.
Intending purchasers in the
above line would do well to exam
ine cur stock before purchasing.
We guarantee cur prices much
lower for like qualities than can
be found anywhere else.
07 l-2c YARD.
At this price we offer Monday
our regular $1 quality BLACK
Dress Surah. This is a splen
did fabric, and is suitable for
any purpose. Suffice to say no
such real value can be found cut
side cur establishment.
AT 67 l-2c YARD.
One let cf extra heavy quality
fancy striped MOIRE. These
goods were formerly sold at $2. 75
per yard, but knowing they are a
little cf in style, have reduced
them to 67 l-2c per yard to close
the lot. Ask to sec them.
AT 55c YARD.
We would call ycur attention
to our superb assortment cf 22
inch solid colored FOULARDS.
This is splendid material for.
summer wear. We have all the
new light and dark shades of
every eclcr. This bargain should
AT $1.27 1-2 YARD.
Elegant heavy, extra heavy
dress quality BLACK ROYAL Ar
HURES. Our regular $2 and
$2.25 grades. These goods will
net be offered again at this price.
They may be a trifle heavy for
present wear, but they are worth
hying now for future use. Yen
make no mistake in securing a
pattern at the above price.
In this department we offer the
best bargains cf the present sea
son. All new, stylish goods cf
this season's purchase, comprising
Tinsel G a loons,
Beaded and Silk
In Black and Colors.
These goods have heretofore
been sold at from $2 to $3.50
per yard. In order to close them
cut, offer you choice at $la yard.
This is a bia cut frcm former
prices, and should interest every
lady in the city.
ALSO, 150 gross Ball Pearl
BUTTONS, that arc worth and
universally sold at 20 and 25c
a dozen. Our price 10c a dozen.
The greatest drive cf the sea
son. At 50c a pair, 100 dozen
Ladies' Real French, Silk fin
ished, Lisle thread, Richelieu
Ribbed HOSE, in all the new
shades -Slipper Bronze, Pearl,
Gray, Lettuce Green, Mahogany,
Polar Green, etc.
AT 25c PER PAIR.
125 Dozen Ladies' extra light
weight, Fine Thread Ccttcn Hose,
French fat, double heels and tecs,
stamped Fast Black, and worth
- Well bound, main of Ccutil,
and perfect fitting, at c5c each.
You pay 75c for the same CORSET
all ever the city. Thi3 is an ex
ceptional bargain. Don't miss it.
Ladies' Mother Hubbard
GOWNS, tiirhrd vrikru. trimmrd
around neck and sleeves with
Cambric ruffle cf good material,
well made, and shaped. Hereto
fore sold at $1, now cnly 50c
. CHILDREN'S DRESSES.
'. Ages from 1 to 3 years, made
kf Victoria lawn, handsomely
tucked waists, neck and sleeves
trimmed with fine cmbrcidcry.
Usual price $2, reduced to close
Just received a fresh invoice cf
Irapcry Nets, the mcst complete
variety yet shown, embracing
Pclka Dots, Stripes, Figures cr
Flower designs. Also a new line
cf Chantilly LACES AND FL0UNC
1NGS. No such an assortment
enn be found anywhere in the
city. Cur new lines were bought
at prices that justify us in say
ir.g that wc arc in a position to
serve cur patrons with new hand
some Laces at prices that arc
usually ashed fcr inferior, shop
worn qualities by ethers.
Wc have just received cur sec
ond shipment cf Imported WHITE
Goods. This includes over SO
styles of Fancy Swisses in as
many qualities. Prices from 25c
to $1 lor yard.
10 Cases cf Sheer Plaids and
Stripes at 10c, 12 l-2c and 15c
We mention specially a Fab
riquc Pc Opera. This is a sheer,
hard twisted fabric that will net
split cr shrink in laundering.
Ve have it in plain and fancies at
20c, 25c, 30c, 35c a yard.
100 26-inch Best Gloria, UM
BRELLA, 15-inch Silver LaTcsca
handle, at $2.00.
50 Bed Puritan 2G-inch Uu
BRELLA, 15-inch electro plated
LaTcsca handle, $5.75.
50 24-inch Best Puritan, long
natural handle, very fine, $4.25.
. 50 2G-inrh Best silk and wool
Serge, long Wcxal cherry detach
able handle, $4.75.
100 24-inch Mourning PARA
SOLS at $2.25.
100 20-inch Mourning PARA
SOLS from $1.50 to $7.50.
250 20-inch Gloria UMBREL
LAS at $1.05.
BARGAINS WORTH NOTING.
Ve have offered a great many
bargains in DRESS GOODS this
season, but the three items that
fellow arc by far the best yet
offered. They arc all choice new
goods, not an undesirable shade
in the lot, and the prices we name
will hardly ccvcr the cost; but wc
want' to clcsc them cut, hence the
AT 35c A YARD.
All-wed French Albatross,
dcublc-widih, in the mcst season
able shades. Same quality can
not be matched in the city under
GOc a yard.
AT 40c A YARD.
Black and White SHEPHERDS
Checks, 46 inches wide. 'To
clcsc cut the balance cf the stock
wc offer them at the above price.
Have been 75c.
AT 50c A YARD.
Here is $1 fcr 50c. A few
idd pieces Cf BROKEN CHECKS,
all wool, 40 and 50 inches wide,
sold everywhere and are actually
worth $1 a yard. V,'c have cnly
a few pieces left, therefore effir
to clcsc than cut at 5Cc a yard.
This is a big drive.
WAITING FOR Mil BLAINE.'
"dCB SECRETARY OF STATU ANNOYS
TUB GERMAN STATESMAN.
Be I In No B!f Hurrjr To Blgo th Im
I portent Samoan Protocol! Lord
Salisbury Await the Pleasure
of America's Premier.
' Copyright 10 by the NYwYnrk Assnrlsirtl Pit". J
llr.iu.iN, Juno h A delay in tlio trn
mission from Washington of llie iwnt to
, the Kainoau treaty originated rumors that
Mr. liluino desired revision ol several
' jHiinta, Inquiric at tits foruitrn oll'ic and
' tlie English K ubaasy elicit the information
( that nothing ban occurred thnt is likely to
tvtsrl the oxchangw of alguatun- or re
quiring further reference to tlio commit
tee ou plenary conference. Mr. ltlniito
ha liecn in communication with Mr.
1'helpa regarding tcrhal amendment! to
the protocols, which wero submitted to
Count Herbert Ilismsn-k and Kir Edward
Malct, nd accepted without comment.
The official irrilaliou over Mr. Waino'
cautious sci uliny of the protocol is abat
ing, with a growing recognition of the
Jiwlico and valuo Amorica places n;ton a
final and ilccisivosuttlcmeiitof IheSuiuonn
question. The Impatience of the foreign
ollico to clone tlio matter lias not hasl
cneJ tho action of Ird Salisbury any more
than it ha Mr. Maine. I'p to last night
.swSur Kdward Malct had , received no in-
islruction to slun. Lord Salisbury ap
pear to bo awaiting tho final action of
Mr. llluino. 1 ho. l.nglisli . omunssumer
do not attach the lililrst Importance to
the dilatory procedure of the Foreign
ollico. A aoon as the Washington Oov
eminent cable "sign" l.ord Salisbury'
assent will bo ready. From tlio nntuie of
I.. rnmmiiiilrutlona tothoAmeri-
l.v - " - It I
can commission, It i expected that tho
conference will meet iveunemiay ior die
last lime. Mr. Illainn hna a.Lod concern
ing tho arrangement for tho return of
Malieloa. It W settled that an electoral
decision of tho native will will Ixt taken
some time after Mulictoa I reinslulod.
ttnXAIU'llS AT IOIK.KHIIKAIM.
Prince lUsmsn V period of roe at
Echonhsuscn was pnmuwy cui snort ny
.t..t. Hi l'.t.mlitin. stinuififf a r,..
RU.Il. ....... a
newal of tho open and hostile policy of tho
iSr.r. Tim 1 iiihcmr's nrriLTiiin for his
visit li Kngland and for tho reception of
Emperor rrancis Jcncph, anil olliei plans,
Mm.iii Mnfwrtnlfi fllirmiitli tlie fiLir'a tacit
reluiwl to sclllo the pteliminaiies (or tho
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ftrniecieu inu'rviuw wmi i.inj"i'" "in
ant to St. rulers-
burgking the appointment of a date
ami piiico oi iu'iiug ior mu .ihii.
Tho I ir declined to appoint dale, ex
cept that on returning Iroui Copenhagen
lie might meet Kitiperor William at Kiel,
and he desired that the Interview should
t :.v....ft M.n..MW a... I .tf.ttifln.l will.
UU Wlllioilt i-ii-.". ' . ......
no naval or miliisry demonr.ration. Tlie
tnine response irom ltu-ia render ine
ending of fonnsl Invitation fron
Jlerlin very doubtful. Kuil ollicial
newspaper say Hist tho cordial poraoi
;..n L-I.imn Ida Cur and Kmirfo
William aie unchanged, but they ignore
the fact of the renewal of the strained
relation of the lU rhn and Vienna Oov
eminent toward Huwia. Apart Irom the
, trM.i tn Priiiea Kiehntaa
of Montenegro, and hi sendiugof i'rinee
Vll...l... An a aliAriiil IlllMtion to l'arla. lot.
lowed by the (irand I uke (Jeorgo, w ho
will sail on a wr tuip irom . ronmaoi iot
11.,-m .ml iliiim niiMtH-J to l'aris. there
io sign of activity rising in rvspouae to
the activities on the part of the triiilo alii- J
mice, l'rince lieorgr, tlie Czar's l.ivoiilo
son and I'rineo Nu liolas succe"or. In
view of the weak brain and general debil
ity of tho Czarevitth lgin a tour of the
worltl, starting from ran wherein nres-
rueo i intendN to mark thu Ci.ir's ad
heriou to tho l rench alliaucu.
. It is dumod that the l'rince of Montene
gro U intruatud with a mission, btu it is
admitted Uist he will atund a conference
at which hi son-in-law, I'rineo I'vter
KaraeorLi virs. will be declared the leiral-
ired claimant to the Servian throne, with
the ru e"isi)liliuiciit of tlio old Servian
Empire, Including llutmia and llerzego
The Coloenn (.azile declare that tho
Ccar la deliuitely committed to Tan
Slaviat policy iuvolving critical develop
ment which are bouud to have a violent
l'rince nUmarck next rest at Vnrscin.
He leave Count I lerln-rt to receivo the
Shah, ile w ill n main at Varsuiu until
the advent of Kiuiwror Eriiuci Joseiih
and Count Kulnoky at tlio und ol the
month. Lnlll the uitorvmw between
rriuco flismarck and Count Kalnoky, Aus
tria's attitude toward the (ierinsn-ltiilian
convention i undcterminud. Sig. Crispl
(iear to have obluined a iluflutle ph.-lgo
ol tterman alii in tlio cvcul ol liostilttie
with Erunce. arisina from colonial or anr
other dii-pulo. Meanwhile Austria I only
committed to the first treaty and la mil
bound lo make common ciiikj Willi Italy
In every quarrel with France.
lliero ta no aoatetntnl in the general
strike movement. The mason and car
penter of llcrhn are steadfast In their do
mantis and are coulidcnt of fluid victory.
The printers in tho book tra.lo threaten to
The WJtJk'itt announce combined
action among tlie workmen on thu royal
cslatoA, coachmen, aubluiuuii and garden
era, for increased pay.
1 he eutHror lias already ordered that
the wages of the married men be raiseL
Twelve thousand masons have gone to seek
work In the country. Only t),oo are left
in llcrlin. The Pofice are more vlTcnsi vely
ailivo to supples workmen' iiu-etinu
everywhere. The inquiry ordcrel by tho
l-.mperor w ill proceed into me grievance
of tho miner. Conservative journal
comment on tho Imperial protection of
workmen. They declare that it la mis
placed and the workmen are being cor
rupted by Socialism and the friend of
The A'mu Zr'iUmg announce thst the
Socialist member of the Iteichstag favor
orcsniklng visits to the working delegaU
to 1'ari and urge the (iovrtmont to
suppress their orrangemnnt. Tho dispute
of the (iermnn Kx-islisls with tho French
Is settled. '1 he 1'sri Congres I likely to
have a largo Oeruian reprewntntioa.
Count Frskenherg, memlerof the Abvr-
hail, who I ambitiou to create a
party of State Catholics, in letter to the
1'itM attacking the Oeruian l ltrainontane,
holds that tho truotiflrmanCalhoMc policy
Is to co-om-rate with Prince llismarck.
Ho severely rriticiae tho resolution of
the Auslrlan Catholic Lonires and IliO
atlitudif of tho Centrists toward tlie Ital
l.m (lorernincnL Hi derlarslions btglii
to derive Importance through tho growing
adhc.ionsol latliollc who are dew-rting
l'r. Windtliorst The llclchstaa will uiecl
Ior short session In October, The
r. rcters' expedition lis collapsed
owing to an epidemic among the Somalia.
The expedition ha disbanded and tho
munition bsv been rediipped lor uor
J jnpcror William' review of the Fng
lisli fleet olT Spithead baa been Uxod lor
The rresM-ts t:4nrailaal Bm4fU
rRi, J tin H. The discussion of th
educatloiud budget wa continued In the
CUauiber ol Deputise today. Count Al
liert Hemiin, of tho IJight, referring to cx
1'remier Ferry' speech of Tliuiadiiy in
which he said'he desired to see hmi o Ih
tween Church and Slate, repelled tho ad
vance of M. Ferry, and rando a s.iv.i ;e al-
tacic upon him. 1 lie Count s allusion to
tho ex-l'remier a man whoso niiim'
lone caused the country to slied tc:ir of
blood, wa rcreivel with framic applause
by tlio inumU-r. of tho liight. The coun
try, continued tho Count, wa tired of M.
Ferry' Intolerable dictatorship, which
rendered Franco uninhabitable to half of
M. Ealllcrlp. Minister of Klnc.ilion,
said he wa con ll lent that nn apH-al to the
country would juuify tho liovermuout'
M. I Icnieiiceau repudiated the policy ol
M. Ferry. It wa U-lter, he said, to wage
war with tho church frankly, amon it wa
chimerical to dream of reconciliation.
Tho church tntist not lie begged lo tolerate,
but must be comiielleil to obey thu law.
Applause on tho l-clt.
IkeCssr N.atis Haslna-ia.
Ilcm.ix, Juno 8. A dispatch from St.
Petersburg to the Cologne (Inuttrta) that
the Ctar toll the Shah, and hotly, loo,
thxt if in Eudand ho should muku any
concessions unfavorable to Ituasio, 1ui.uk)
Kiismsii soldiers uowon the Ironlier would
be made to ma-ch into Persia.
TUB BEATTLB P1BB,
No Live Lost Name of the Heaviest
roHTLAKii. Ore., Juno I-nU-r dis
patches from Seattle fail to conlltiu pre
vious rcorU of hsu of life. The rvrl
wore circulated during the time the flame
were raging, aud in tho great exrituincnt
ubM-queul that a number of pcrvou lost
Ive by falling walla. Careful and dili
gent investigation thus far undo show no
Ive have been lost.
While tho flume wero rnging man wis
ecn carrying firebrands ncroa the alley
between Third and South Fourth street.
Ilo wa coining to hou-a that esced
the flumes, when special poliioman com
meiiced shooting at hiui, aud be darted
Into tho hoiiMj ho Lad lirvd and never
came out alivo.
Sixty-ihree afe were countol In tho
ruin today. Miatt of Ihuuisccui lo be un
impairud. In n immeuae brick vault of
lexter, I lor ion it, Co.' llunk, which
land uninjured save by heat, In the mid
dle ol the ruins ol the bunk building, there
are locked up H.lMU.fnU.
Among tlia heaviest loser arc: J. M.
Coleman, (f.'.'iO.iMl-, Occidental Hotel,
tl.Vi,tMt4; Sun Francisco Hotel, tlist.oon,
Coal 1'illikcra, JlfxI.OoO, Chester Cleary,
f.MO.OOH, partly instiled; S. A. 1'. Iloi
lings, ITO.iski, lusuranre Vi,ir, (ieo.
Fry, ",00Mi)siirance f .'H.tsiO; II. Hcrsi-la-rg,
J Vi.OOO, Insurance t.W.UUO; KlllneA
Kow-nberg, J-'hi.ixsi, insurance t-'-7M;
N'stllo Ilardwsro Couipsny, 7,
(KSi; partly Insured; l-r.mkr ntlinl
Jirothcra, f1,0UU, insurance small;
W. I'. 1'sjvd ?"j,ou(i, Insurance
:iD,rxK, Pohen'yA Marum, ttO.Oul); Moran
llros., '),( i; Hsrria liro., .V),0tl;
Metho-hst I'rolestsnt Church, UI,Ut;
Watson Crus, Ji,(s), Insurance, ria.unti;
I'iM InUUipnctr, lll,lHH, Insurance, 11,0110;
Northwestern Cracker Company, Sin.noo,
Insurance, flO.ODO; leb At ompsny, 40,
("H), Imiirance, IIIJiDt), and other losse
rsnging all the way from t.'o.OUU down to
f Vj wnh parlial Insurance.
It i sufe lo say that '.'5 per cent of Die
lose w ill fall ou luurnce cnuipanic. A
(pectatir looking south from In Ion stn-et
ran we for a distance of one mile. Noth
!. I. nt a Held of charred oileiof bent rail
warid corrugatud Iron, blackened tela
I crapb and lelophona pules, twisted wire
and uniformed guard.' Ae far a possible
lo estimate at present -not less llisn
llrm nud persons doli'f liiisinesw nave
sulferod a loss. The majority of them are
total. 1 hero is general uclcrminallou lelt
nn-l expris-wnl bv tiiim n of Scaltlo to re
build the burned distr.ct ns rapnlly as
possible with brick, iron and stone, lie-In-f
in the way of money, provision of all
kinds, hedihuir, tents, etc., I p .Hiring in
from all directions by Isnts and trains.
There will ho no siilbniig with such
amplo donations. The rltixena of Port
land have sent carloads of proxisions, and
today forwarded '.". H H in coin.
HAS ANOTilKtt DAU UUKSt
Rumor That the Oenssae Rseorvolr bss
A bulletin received late but night from
1'itUburg, l'a., snuounced the prevalenco
of a rumor that the dam of the Ccnesee
Iteservoir, which i Sken of elsewhere In
Tux Ari r.tL, had broVun, and that tho
pi-oplo of the (icueaeo Valley were uiov
from their Lome. Tl.J report could not
DIDN'T KNOW WHAT t!B BELEIVKD.
A Buptlst Minister Jlaojro.s a Cwmpooll
Ite and Then Renounces lb
Sprrlal llMilrll In Tb A mI.
Nasiivii.i.k, Ttnn., June ".Tho Ilev.
T. N. Itrock, pastor of tlio Seventh and
Mill Creek llaptlst Churches, recently sur
prised his congregation by resigning the
lnatorate w ithout giving my reason fur hi
action. 1t was publicly announced at
religious debate thi wo k that thi step
wo taken by Mr. Itrock becauso lie hid
become ronvinced that the Christian or
CampUdlilu faith was Iho true one and it
was 1 1 in intention to connect himself wild
that denomination, Mr. JWk after this
announcement alUmded Iho debato and
then iroing back to his congregation con
finscd thai ho wa wn-ng, that Ihn Itaptist
wiywaa right and that he doirvd tho
prayers of his people ami then forgivencs.
The minister's explanation ws sullii lent
aud bo wss forgiven. Thursday night st
the Sevt-nlli itspilat Chun h ho was re
called a pastor. Hie same action wa
taken by the Mill Creek Church yester
day, lloth call wero by tlie unanimous
vote of tho congregation.
annMnw.r la lee I ameren.
perlst Pl-il h In The Ap1
(iiixxvii.i.r, Mia., June 8. Sunflower
County held 1 1 preliminary beat conven
tion tody lo send da.rgalc to the county
convention at Indlanoh. on tlie 2- I. The
child excilemntit In Punll aer I in con
nection with the oflii 'if Mierlir, for whii'b
Ihero are three rauJidstin. Tho n-sult
Uxlay Indicate the noiiiinnlion of A. I'.
Anderaon, Jr., the pro, nt iN-puly Sheriir.
Sunllowcr wJI cast a solid vole lor John
It, Cameron for (tavern'.
MwrWV In Ike rinl Wsgresw
Sparlal lUwt h lo The App1.
HiNMiNoiUM.AIa., Juno Al 2 o'clik
this afternoon the jury in tho ciso of lien
Smith, charged w ith tho murder of J no.
Uslle, returned ver lid of murder in
tho first degree, ami Die J hi' punishment
at imprisonment for h'e- biuitii was tlio
psraiiiour of Mallie Hi) I or Mrs. J no.
Italic, and It waa bcr husband that the
court found hlrn guilty ol numb-ring.
A Ilea- lisinlsll.
Ilooxx, la., June (, Tlio heaviest rain
torm this section JiM h I since tho flood
ol 1SSI, ifurred Thuid.) nil! nJ )'
terday morning. The rM'k "J atcr
course are full For tho l'rl ,iu) ' ovur
three year ono or two slitiht washout
have oi'iirreil, bill no serious ilaimuit wna
done. J'uring the liiirht of Hie storm the
rniu I'hangiHl to hail for luilfan hour which
diJ some damage to growing crop.
Urrrat ftapllala la) Bksnaaa, m.s.
( orn-aiiiitiiU-iKv ill 1 be A I' si.
Suasion, Mis., Juno 7---Tbero were
married in Shsiiuou, Mis., on May l'i, ut
tho residence of the hriile's father, Col.
Thotn is Whltcsidcs, by tho IU v. A. J.
Fr-nch, Mr. Wiley (. Fraud and Miss
' Annie M. Vhitctid. Tho attendant
were Mr. W ill I. Ii.ivis and Mis Willie I.
Ichodi-a, Mr. (iilliu P. Siiuoiiton and Mis
Itlanche Shelley. Mr. I. (. Sy'sc. sister
of the bride, played tlio woidiiig msn li.
1 Ins event was followed by the inarriaiu
In Shnnnon, on Jiinn ll, tit the Methishst
Chun h. by l'r. T. C. Wier, of Mr. Will I
l'avisnnd Mir Willie I. liluxhu. Tlio
stlendants were: Mr. V. ti. Francis and
Mrs. Annin Frsncis, Mr. It. A. JuinM-r
and MissOri-lle Havi, Mr. T. V. Under.
dale and Miss Sailio AU ruailiy, Mr. J. F,
flcn and Mis Jennie Hiiikill, Mr. (1. P.
Simoiitmi snd Mis Nessin Caldwell, Mr.
M. M. Miller and Miss Minnie OilherU
Mia llcssie Morri preiled at tho organ
and played Iho wedding man h.
'i lius have two ol tho young, rising mer
chant ol Nettletun raptunnl and ran led
oil two of Shannon' newt amiable, most
Mipulsr young ladie. '1 ho brnh were
n-ared In this town, where they have
many warm filemlt, who Join in wishing
them a long and happy voyage over thu
Iho sea of matrimony,
Sclal i.t h lu 1 Ut Ani-al.
Cori kKviLi.K, Si isa., Juno 1 Mr. Wal
liT Mondand, pnlar young man of
Stalo Spring., and Mis N'annio lliirn-lson,
n accoinphshed voiing lady of near Pitts
boro, were married nt thu n-sidenco of the
bride' father, Thursday evening, nt 3
o'clock. Tlie happy young couple liuvca
h'wt of well wislicra.
Mr. ImU I. ami via aiaeall.
v-lsl I'l.psli ll In 1 lie A .l.
Ci.aiiksiiaI a, Mis., Juno 8. Mrs.
Ixiuiso (iotslwin Slovall, wife id Col. W.
II. Slovall, died of congestion today st
noon at her homo near bore, after an ill
nci of ten day. The remain will bo
taken to Nashville for interment.
Mr. Slovall had beon married scarcely
on year, being formerly Mia liuiso
(oodwili, ol Nashville, lloth lamilii-s aru
well known in Memphis and Nashville,
snd their many friends there and North
Mississippi, will be shocked to h stn ol
the death of tins misit rslimablu lady, and
will extend their hearlfelt sympathy to
Iho U'rusved husband I thi most distrust
ing hour ol hit grief.
Mrfc i. H. II. I M.
fperlsl tUWU-b Ui 1h AiK'Sl.
(arxsviM K, Miss., JuneH. Maj. O. M.
Helm, a well-known civil engineer and
planter of thi count), iiiflrrud a terrible
Is- bnlay in the death of hi wifo. Mrs.
Helm wss a Mis Anna Eaken, dughler
of Iho lato Chief Justice of Arkansas. She
was a ti'sutlful woman, twenty-wevnn yesr
old and had been a bride only a few
month. She breathed her last at I o'clock
p.m. today, after all tint loving husband,
devoted friend and skilled physician
could accomplish had bean tried ill vnlu.
Earnest sympathy la full for the berssvrd
CiiM'vio, III., June 8, Ionard Pwett
died thi afternoon at Ida home In Ihi
city. Mr. Bwult U one of the oldest rtsi-
ib'l ts ill Cld'' 4Q. lll lo ear bs been a
prominent member ol M bur. Ilo ma le
tin' iiomiuHtiiig spec h for Abraham Lin
coln lor President In . and pern rnicd
tin) Mine service for .'udro Vallir l.
tin-sliam in IHs.h. Mr. Swell has Imhui a
siitlcn'r Irom Unylit's iIiwhmi .for some
time imst, but notwithstanding this and
his alkii"ed ngn death waa almost ituex-N-cled.
Ho was preparing lo h ate Mon
day on I'.uiopeao trip, mid onl) lust night
h;af.iiilwurt Hiinn attracted attention on
the str.vta while ho wjs out for a stroll
w ith hi w ife.
Ik lase ol Ml. Ann, a.
Wamiini.tosi, June H, - In the case of
Copt, ieotyo A. Annua, Cniled Slate
Army, wilted, wnleiieod by general court
martial lo be dismissed from the Service,'
tho Pn-siiletit has commuted thu senlrlice,
in consideration of the good ocrvlco which
this ollicer ha rendered and of some null
gating circumstances connected with the
ollemiw id which he was found guilty, to
roiilluemenl within such limits as the Sec
retary of War may pn-scrihe, and to depri
vation of tho rfght lo wear tlie uniform
and insiKiila of his rank in the army fur a
criod of five years.
Hie flndinirs of the court show that it
acquitted (apt. A runs of iho llrst sjiecill.
ration, which charged Is I so prscculiou of
CapL Ikiurke. Third Cavalry, but loiiud
him guilty oi Iho remaining chargi-sol
preferring malicinu chargiw agaiusl Col.
l.iUotisnd Capl. Ilourke, with defamatory
Iniblii'atioiii, and with assaulting tiov.
A Mrge I Inaarlal Tranaarllaa.
Mr, lioldstiiilh, the widow of Klward
(ioldsmilh, (he lalo highly and esteemed
and deeply mourned rashier of the tier
man Itauk, yesterday disposed of J.'',1""'
in Muiilmttan Itaiikstis k for the phcnoiu
t out price ol (:u,0tia Tho purchss-ir was
the (irrinan I'.ank, which called a meet
ing of its directors as soon a It w a known
that the stork was for eile, ami unani
mously voted lo purchasn it for tho price
named. A prominent Front stn-et man
sal I lo an Ai-rxAl. reimrter last ni;'hl that
if he hsd known of It he would have
bllered 'l,.Vsi for I.IMMJ of it. -
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WlllkMllitaai a4 Mllralw rial IT
Nkw Voiix, JuneH. Frsuk Stetrtisoti,
repn-aeutiiig Jake Kllraln, aud Clmtlcy
Joliiison, ai ling for John I- Sullivan, uitl
toiii(ht. In Johnson's saloon in Itnaiklyn,
and lo-wil a silver half dollar lo drcide
whii'h one of Ihn pugilist should line
the selei tiotl of Ihn buttle ground. Kil
rain's aiiln "called the turu" on heads,
Mr. Sleenson has ten day 111 which to
luako public his scle.'lum.
Kaskillle Ummh.tmt II. II. Itsld.il.
..I Plill' ll l I IM A.ir.L
NAsimur, Teiin., June R. Criininal
('.mil ollicer and member of the City
Police Kparlment, acting under In
structions (ruin Judge llidlcy tonight
raided the gambling house and made
twcnty-:hrco arrcit. It is not known
what iiiiioii the Attoruey-iieiieial will
taku in lli" matter.
Illlr4 ky alalllaa .re.
Sprrlal llU b lu 1 h AHs-aL
Ni coKT, Ark., June 8. A very nJ
acridciit occurred thi morning lu Iho
country, sixteen mile from lien1. Win,
Crow, a youth of twelve year, wa drling
lobn, when a Inrou tree fell on him,
crushing rider and horse Into Jelly.
4. Harris ladlele-l lar Kuakesslemewk
N'r.w Oiilxaxs, La., June N.1-Ulwln
It .r,i. lulu d.iiiitv collector of this ixirl.
has la-en indicted by the (irmnd Jury on
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eu roiiiiia i"i ,iinn-R.mii-ra. j. auuia a
.ri gutu.g m-srly ,WW.
VOlt MK. SULLIVAN-
it looks t, ix a oa cromn had
DEKN OADZUZJ "UKMOVBD"
Or th Kxeou'.tve Cjmmlttse of the
Clan-na Gael A Witness Table ft
Ito.olutlon to liye.tlgatt tbe
Cause of Cronln's Deotn.
('mi Mio, III., Juno 8. John Moas, a
member of Camp 21, ol ttv Clan-na-tiaul,
was put Umi Iho willies it ilid la the
Coroner' investigation into the manner of
l'r. I'ronin' death thi moiiiing.
At a meeting ulMi'qiient to the murder '
a resolution was presented In this rauip
denouncing the deed. Ms moved thai It
lie tabled, remarking that "pcrhap l'r.
Cr inin's rv val was ordered by the Ex
ecutive Committee." When culled to the
witm-sa chair Ihi morning and asked to
give the iiamo ol Iho pntdding ollicer of
the ramp ho refused lo do so, and by
onter ol the Coruuer wa taken into cue-
1'i-nding tho arrival of tho Sheriff's dop
uly, the wit Hi-si g.ive evidence of great
mental distres and finally Ignilliil hi
willingnos to testily. Ilo l)ien said that
the name of thu piesidnig ollucr of hi
caiiin was illiam II. Joce.
"When you made your motion on tlie
Cron I ii resolution did you believe that the
I ei itc ConiiiiilP-e had tho power to
order the tcmuiulof aiiy ouv?' queried
the ( 'oioiier.
''I had not tho (uiutt-4 Muaof tho power
of the l.xeculie."
"If you hii-l Is-rn ordered fo remove
anyone 'would yl havo done it?"
"No, sir," su'id tlio witness after a long
Peter Mc ieeh.ui was the next w lines.
He Icirilicd thai he came lo Chicago hut
I t'ln iinry liom I'liila lclphi; that he did
not suv, bcfoiu Icimug, that ho waa going
on dangerous husincNi lor the Executive
Committee. Ho tame because m had
hud a row with a yoiinn fellow about a
girl. l'r. Ciouin c.nno up lu w lines ou s
tho stn-et once ami Recused him of bi'ing
lu the cily to murdi r him iCtonin). Sub-si-ipieiitly,
Ciouin wrote the witness a
note, telling In mi lo get out of the Stale or
l,o would hae hiiu sircatcd. Hie witness
ile. I.iie.l Unit he was In Puilman the night
l'r. Crotiln was miliucred.
At ..-on ns Mctiechan had finished tes
tifying and the coroner hsd announced
thai the iiepic-t would stand adjourned
until Moiiilay morning at 10 o'clock, tho
Witm-M was taken into custody.
lie was aked what num'lH-r he took
when he lelt Philadelphia. Ho replied
that hn did not lake any number. He re
tained the number ho prcwoiisly had, ,
which ws No. I. No. 2 wa John U'NcaU
No. II Wltlii s did liol know.
M. lie. hail was taken 10 the Cider
private ollico where the Carlson. I'iOan
and Mr. Coiiklin were allowed to tske
hsik st him. None of tl.ciu, however,
Identified him snJ ho was allowed to go.
rilr.ilsiliiHi ore fnUdler Strike.
Ipeilsl l-i.'i-b u Hi. Ai'i"l.
P.i Huiii.it. x, Ala., June , Lat night
over lift v ore ptiddk-n at tho SVos furnace
in Ihi city strut k lor higher wage, auoiii
lialf-a-duen remained al wont. this
morning the sinkers went In a bedy 10
tlio furnaces and threatened the men who
rrlUM-d to h-avu su 1 lso th ollicer of tho
company. Ih-y were told to leave but did
liol do so. Isi uty Sli'-nfT. were aeut for.
The six riug.eudVr were arrested and
Jiulcd. II other routinue to tbrcuua
and treiiMc is fesrx-4.