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- THE APPEAL
Has a larger Malt j elrculaUoa
than a 117 other newspaper I
Trnnrnw, Ulstes!ppt, Arkaa
as, Alabama and Texas.
Hu a Urjr elrealatlsn tha
any oilier aewepajier la the re.
gloacomprleail by tha Statue of
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MEMPHIS, TENN., FRIDAY, JUNE 21. 1SS9.
VOL. XLIX NO. UG
a h h rax u r 1 1
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Burke, tie Suspect, Is Recognized.
A Chicago Policeman Finds Him to
be 1b9 Man Wanted.
Requisition Papers Made Out, But
Burke Will Fijrht
How a- Chicago Shoamakor Has
Helped the Detective
Testimony Before tha Grand Jury Fa
vorable to Sullivan O'cuUlvan,
tha Iceman, Bhows a Disposi
tion to Squeal. .
Ciiicaoo, 111., Juno 20. Chief Hubbard
receive J the following dispatch this utter
noon from Ollicor Colling at Winnipeg: "I
liuvo idrntillod the prisoner hero ns Mar
tin Uurko. Ho him em played luwyor,
but there is no chance of bis getlinz away.
Dfiiff of Pollen Mc Kan retained rniinsol
I.lka a rrcutti.ltsleclive Mary.
CincAoo, III., June 20. The police have
under scrvcillance anothcrauepect, ngalnst
whom they hope to secure evidenco which
will con met him with the conspiracy. At
present tho cvidonce against hi in is purely
circuinstnntial. When the Carlton cottage
revealed its tcrrib'o story one of tho most
promising clews which it presented was
the footprints in tbo paint. The murderer
w ho paintod tho parlor floor to cover the
great splotch of blood which tnnrkod the
idaee whore Cronin foil walkod about in
the paint in hia stocking foot. Soon after
the fact thul tho cottage was the sccno of
the murder u published, with full do
scrlption of tho pniut tracks and blood
marks, a shoemaker wrote to the police of
fering a valuable suggestion. Ho said that
a well known Irishman and Clan-na-Guel
man whoso nauio he had seen mentioned
in the newspapers in connection with the
murder was a customer of his, und that ho
bad very peculiar foot A pieco of tho
floor about three luetics square was cut
out with three tracks on it and taken to
police headquarters. Then the shoemaker
was visited and lie was asked to produce
bis book in which lje preserved the trac
ings showing the shnpo of his customers'
feet, Tlio outlines of tho susccted Irish
man's fuet were compared with tho foot
prints token from the Door and were
found to corrc-ond exactly in siw and
aha. The eculiarily about tbo foot
which mado the paint tracks is tho depth
of the hollow part of it In tho paint
tracks thvro Is a groat curve run
mni in from the great toe to the
heel, almost severing tbo latter from
"fue front part of the foot In the tracing
in tbo shoemaker's ineaiuro book, which
was made while the customer, with only a
stocking on bis foot, was standing on it,
the same peculiarity is otnorvod. while tho
singularity sa to the also makes it a re
tnarkable coincidence at tho least Kvcr
since this discovery was mads the man has
Wen watched by the police and is still so
closely guarded that be could not leave tho
city. The board with the paint tracks and
tho measure book of the shoemaker have
Wen in the Grand Jury room for several
days and have Wen inspected by tbo
jurors. It is likely that tho suspect will
Lo culled before tho jury for examination.
aalllvaa PreparlNg aqaval.
Ciiicaoo, Hi., Juno 20. P. U'Sullivan,
the Iceman indicted for complicity lu tho
Cronin tragedy, was today removed to the
so-called boys' department of tho jail, the
recopuixed haven for "squealers." O'Sulli
vsu is the person w ho business rani aud
w hose curious coutrsct with the dead man
for medical services were used to lura
Cronin to death. Tho story isglvrnout
that tbo Iceman has offered to inuke a
clean breast of everything ho knows. His
motive for being williug now to confess is
alleged to be (right over the srreot of
llurko at Winnipeg and tho disclosuro
that Coooev, tbo "Vox," is Wing actively
pursued. Considerable credit is given the
statement as to tho iceinsn, but ll is tem
pered somewhat by tbo suspicion that hia
removal is siuinly part ol s series of
shrewd tactics on the part of the author!
lies to break kw o one or another of the
vpest.' U'Sullivan, it Is claimed, sent
today to Micrilf Mntsnn and requested a
perwinal Interview. 1 be Micriu responded
and after a brief talk hurried to tho Grand
Jury room in search of Halo's Attorney
Longcnxker. Tho Mate's Attorney, it is
represented, was making such encouraging
progress with tho Grand Jury that ho was
reluctant to bother with an Informer.
This information was taken to the Iceman
and resulted in a still more urgent plea lor
a bearing With sir. Wngeneckrr. The
Halo's Attorney, it is said, ilnally acceded
to a conference, and without making any
promise, gavo.O'Sulhvsn to understand
that a penitentiary was a more comfortable
place than the gallows, and tbst if any so
cuaed person Lad a choice in such mat
. ters the earlier it wss evinced tho Wtter.
At Ibis point O'Sullivan was taken lesvo
of by the ofllelala. Tonight tho icoiuau
was In tiio abode of the informers.
Out aoo, 111., June 20. lctoctlvo last
night arrested a grocery clerk named
Kuhn, who is familiarly known as "Coon
soy," to mnke him explain hit close Inti
macy with Pan Coughlin during the
months of March and April. He was the
f x-dctcctlvo's constant companion, and ac
companied him lo Teoria, where Coughlin
made threats sen Inst It. Cronin. Chief
llubhsrd said last night that he did not
think Kuhn was a participant In tho mur
der, but be thought that owing to bis Inti
mato association with Coughlin for such a
long period ol time he might be ablo to
tell more about the cx-dctcvUvt thau any
body knows now.
Ciiicaoo, 111., June 2a John It Walsh,
president ol tho Chicago National Dank,
who was receiver for Iloeenfcld A Co.,
brokers, after the failure of that firm in
18X7, was before the jury for nearly an
boor explaining the operation! of Sullivan
on tha Hoard of Trade in lHW.'-M,
s Indicated by the account of the
defunct linn. It was reported that,
so Lir as sir. Walsh's knowledge ex
tended. Mr. Sullivan experienced no
severe lota iu hia dealings with Koscufeld
Iliirkeiavs lllioxeir A war.
Wixnii'Ku, Man., Juno 2a WhenOfll
cor J. M. Collins, of Chicago, arrived here
today ho proceeded to tho police station,
and together with Chief of l'olioo Mcltuo
entered Hurku's coll. llurko looked up lis
they entered, nnd Collins remarked:
" ell, liurke, this isa bad place to be in."
Burko replied instantly: "Ves, John, It
is," but a minutu later 'denied ouy kuowl
ndgo of the Chicago detective. 'Collins,
however, was sntiKlled nnd retired. 1 lo
drove to tho residence of Judge Bain,
w here information was sworn out,
L1TTLB BOCK, ARK.
A Postmaster in Trouble New Enter
prise Oak Bill Veterans,
Bpcelul Dkimlch to The Appeal
Littlk Kih'K, Ark., Juno 20. Jasper
N. Wilson, poNtmaster of Jerusalem, Con
way County, was brought in today by tho
Federal authorities, nnd will bo examined
in tho morning. Ho is charged with oih'H-
I ing und destroying a letter mailed ut his
ollico and addit!cd to Morrilton, with
Tho touthcrn Grocery Company, of
1'ine ltlufT, w ith a capital stock of $.'0,000,
was incorporated this morning by tiling
articles with tho Secretary of Stato. The
olliceranf tho companv'nro W. 8. Tutor,
president, nnd J. 1). Miliicr, M. C Cross
and Alex l'erdue.
A meeting of tho survivors living in this
State of the battle of Ouk Hill will be bold
at tho blatuhouMO tomorrow morning at
11 o'clock a.m., for tho purpose of arrang
ing for a reunion on tho lOib of August
Indiana flection Officers Fined for Psr
. mlttlng Ik
Indianapolis, IikL, Juno 20. Hiram
W. Miller, ex-Trennnrer of Marion County,
and Smith Williams, Superintendent of
the County l'oor Asylum, who wcro in
dicted for voting Idiotic and Iumiio in
mates of tho County Asylum at the last
election, pleaded guilty Wfuro Judge
wood-, ol tuu Lniteu Mutes court to Jay
Miller, who, ns Kleclion in-pectorof tho
precinct, ilisregariled cliullenges in recelv
lug tho votes of the unfortunates, was
lined SsiO, and llliains, who tho pre 1 1 in
inury hearing showed voiiMiirod with Mil
ler to vote tho pnuHr, was lined f-VJ. The
remill of tho prosecution is regarded us Im
portant iu that it will btop the voting of
idiotic snd insuuo inmates of county asy
lums throughout tho Mate, a practice that
has Wcomo common during tho recent
Principles Tbey Wlsb Inoorporajod In
tbs Stats Government
Ili'itox, Dak., Juno 20. The K'iiii-nn-
nual meeting of tho South Dakota Farm
cm' Allianco is being held in this city.
Tho grangers declare I tliomielvus In their
platform as resolved to havo a ban 1 in the
government of the new Stale. They also
asked fur the adoption of Uio Auitralian
syalom of voting. A freo tradu resolution
w.ia voted down. Two planks of tho
platlorm are: tur railroads aliould bo so
controlled by tho Government as to W run
in the Interest of the pcoplo upon an actual
coat basis. A monetary system should be
established in which a circulating medium
in necessary quantities shall iiiio directly
to the iieoiile without the intervention of
banks and with the National i-suo full
legal tender lor tbo payment of all debts,
public and private.
"BURNED IN A CALABOOSE.
A Traglo Fire In Jaokson. Tsnn. One
Hp Ul Pl.lib to Tbs Atal.
Jm kmim, Tenu,, June 20. I.at night
at I:D0 o'clock a negro Wy about fourteen
years old, Gcorgu I'erson, was arrested for
stealing s bottle of whisky snd locked up
in tbo calaboose. Not longor than thirty
minutes after the calaltooee was discovered
to Ih in flames. The alarm was given.
Aasistiinea roniu to his rescue, hut In vain
Kvcry rlTort was used to save the bov, but
the lire bad advanced so far that U was
imoildo to save him. Tbo culabnoao
wits an old wooden building, and was situ
ntedneariC K lloniier's business house,
This waa badly injured. It was Insuiod
lor f l.iKSj, wliich, it Is thought, will covet
The ftlal1f-b-rV Asaex-lallaaw
8tLI il.aikh In 1 be Aal.
Nasiivillk, Tenn., Juue 20. The Stato
Teachers' Association, which will meet
here July 13 and 15, will be welcomed by
Ir. Trice, tho responso Wing delivered by
Ir. Iabney. Addresses will W delicvered
or ruicrs read by I'r. Charles W. Pabnev,
of Knoxvilln: I'r. W. H. Tavne. of Niali-
ville; the Hon. Thomas ll. Tsyne, of
Jackson; the lion. Krnnk M. Smith, of
.Nasliville: rrol. I. V. Kama, J"rol. (;. W.
Kent, of Knoivllle; Miss Jennie liiglio-t,
ol Memphis; Cot n. It Itccso, ol aah
ville, and othors.
Ckarlaw laSlaas UlH-4.
Fort Smith, Ark., June 20. Two Clioc-
taw Indians, who had drawn several bun
dred dollars of Choctaw net proreedsfundt
and started fur this city, were killed Tues
day night In the woods of Sugar I .oaf
Mountain, In ludian Territory, thirty miles
south of hern. T he remains were found
bv an Indian school (earlier, lloth men
bad Wen shot throuuh tho head with
Winchesters and their pockets rifled. Their
horses w ere also stolen. 1 Nputy marshals
wcro ordered to scour me country,
Nasiivii ls, Tenn., Juno 20. The Na-
llonsl Eloctrlo Medical (Society adjourned
t'xlay, to meet next June at Niagara Falls.
The following olllccrs were eloctcd fot the
ensuing yean w. T. Gemmill, of Forest,
O., president; John Trultt, of liussollvlllo,
Ark.; V. II. Ink, of Nashvillo, Tenn., and
Itioinu tiartn. ol t isrion, la, vico-rrrsi-rlenU;
Alexander Wilder, of Newark, N.
J., secretary; James Anuton, of Lebanon,
Ts DeBJal A-saclatla.
Nrw lonx, Jane 2a The business
meeting of the annual convention of the
American Dental Tralo Association was
held today. The principal object of tbo
session wis tbo regulating of prices, but It
is denied that a trust is Wiog formod.
The lullowitis oflleers wore elected: It T.
Morrison. Nashville, Teun., president; J.
XI K.... 1l.ll,.r.l ',.i,ii II.. I ul.....l.
dent; r. Kemp, St Louis, second vice-
president J. It It lUnsotn, lyledo, O.,
treasurer, nnd Ice P. Pui'th, Tittsburg,
Saratoga was selected ns tho next place
of meeting, nnd $1,000 subpcribed for the
relief of the dentists who wcro impover
ished by tho Johnstown flood.
THUS ORKEN MIDQB,
Bow It Is Destroying tbs Crops in In
IsniANArons, lnd., Juno 20. Tho com
plaints about tho destruction of wheat by
nstrango insect are increasing. Theycomo
chiefly from tho Central and K.iHtcrn parts
of tho State, but the ravages of tho littlo
bug havo already spread to Northern In
diana, and the Secretary of tho Stnto Hoard
of Agriculture regards tho reports as alarm
ing. The insect is what is known among
figricultitriats ns tho "green midge," an
other species of which is the "red midge."
Tho latter hut appeared in thid region
about fifteen years ago and did great dam
age to the growing wheat Tho "green
midgu, the littlo destroyer winch is now
doing such alarming work, has not Wen
seen by farmers since lMij, when it almost
entirely destroyed too wheat crop ot In
diana and neighlioring States. Millions of
them appear in a field, settling upon a
stalk, from which they draw the sap. caus
ing tho rtain to shrivel IH-Ioro it la ma
tured. The insects aro greon in color.
l.ittlo Is known about tlio insects beennso
their appearance has been rare.
A Revolution in tbs Rhode Island Publlo
Providence, It I., Juno 2a The fifth
amendment to tho Constitution of Khodo
Island, tho prohibitory amendment was
today repealed by a voio of 6,4)10 more
than tho three-fifths of the total vote nec
essary to curry tho amendment Tho total
vote is: Approve, 2tt,4ti; reject 0,H.'3. In
1SW1, whou tho amendment wns adopted,
tho voto, which was nliout 14,(100 smul ler.
stood: Approve, l.'i.ll3; reject, D,2:(U The
vnto w ill bo ottieially collected on or bcloro
July 10, nud will W announced by procla
mation on or Wforo July 20.
Am Army OIHrer 1st Trawbla.
Washington, Juno 20. First Lieuten
ant O. M. Carter, the engineer olllcer who
lias Wen charged in the newspapers with
improper complicity with contractor in
connection with river and ImrWr improve
ments iu bis rbargo in Georgia, Florida
aud other Southeastern suites, lias been
ordered lo Fort Clinch, Fla. At this point
an olllcinl investigation ol tho charges will
begin under tho direction of Inscttor
General Hughes, who recently w cut South
fruui Now York.
Killed at Assldea, Ala.
8mUI IMpaleh Icillie A-L
IIimuixuham, Ala., Juno CO. John F.
Adanut, a middle nged whito inau, was
struck by a tmlu nud killed nt Annistoti
this morning. Ho was standing on tha
track in an apparently intoxicated condi
tion, and the engineer did nut observe
that the man was drunk until too late,
lie was badly mashed ulmut tho head ami
neck, and died within a few minutes alter
tho aecideut llo was unmarried.
Haul ! l.tlaralloM la laws.
Moims, la , Juno 2(1. The aiinuid
commencement of tho Itiptist University
will bring some importunt changes in tho
status of that institution. Tho name was
changed to the' les Moines College, and
tho Itev. II. I- Stetson waa yesterday In
augurated president. Tho mllcgo finances
aro in good condition, and tbo llaplisls of
Iowa havo determined that the school
shall lako rank among the best colleges in
Ciik ai.o, 111., June 20. A distich
from Indianapolis, In l., says: Tho Su
premo Court yesterday divided tbo case of
au appeal by ItarWr Knox, who was ar
rested and fined for keeping oih-u on Sun
dsv. Tbo court holds I hut shaving and
hair cutting are not works of necessity
within tbo meaning of tho stntnto, anil the
judgment of fino in the lower court Is
Tfcre Marelvrals) Una lr
Whkciimo, W. Vs., June 2a Three
murders in one day Is the record of Tut
nam County, this htate. James I). Taull,
a bachelor farmer, was killed by a tenant
whoso daughter lis had seduced John
Mooro, another farmer, killed a neighbor,
Henry T.radlev, with a rluh, aud loc
Ijiwn-ncc, a miner, killci Tom Stevens, a
felliiw miner, with a piek. All tho mur
ders werw in a radius of three miles.
l-i oar i.iahii.
ftrri Mirpatrb to Hie AppraL
Nasiivillb, Tenu., Juno 20. At Fay
ettevlllo today the jury in the case of tho
Stato of Tenncswo against Verb McF.lmy
for the killing of Win. McCown, returned
a verdict of "involuntary manslaughter,"
with Imprisonment in tho county jail lor
three months. A petition is Wing circu
lated to U presented to Gov. Taylor ask
ing his pardon.
I'rall Isles Italy.
Waiimxoto, June IU Tho Surveyor
of Customs at Cincinnati bus W-en in
structed tint all fruit Juices containing
20 tier cent of alcohol should be classified
as ''coiiiounds or preparations of which
spirits are a couiponcut of chief taluv"
sud subject to a duty of $2 -r gallon.
Wasiiixoto, June 20. F.x-Gov. Hart
ranft of Tcnnsylvaula, has Wen ap
pointed a member of the Cherokee Com
mission, and has signified bis Intention to
the Secretary of ths Interior of accepting
the Ollico. This fills the Commission..
Tba Uroaa I alvarall.
rovtntxc, It I., June 20. Trot F.
Ilcn)ainln Andrea, of Cornell t'nlversily,
formerly of Drown, was unanimously
elected president of Itrown L'niversitr to
day, vice Dr. K. U. Itohinson, resiguud.
Kcw Yoiix. Juno 20. The withdrawal
of gold for shipment to Furopo on Sntur
day's steamer has already set in, and II,
S.vJ.OtiO In gold bars Wing ordered at the
Assay Olliee today by foreign baukors.
Rabibsrry al 91) lrssik, Ark.
j'Clal Pl. s'ti ' to Ih Apal.
Nrwronr, Ark., Juno 20. J. T. Mag
Dess'i store, al Oil Trough, was burglar
ird last night of a largo quantity of goods.
No clew to tho robWrs.
Ksw York, June 2a Among 713 steer
ago passengers landed at Cssllo Garden by
the siesuer Wyoiuiug were Hi Mormon
proselytes. , . s
Hia Triumphal March in Haytii
Town After Town Eubmlti to Hia
Logltlme'a Luckloes Followers
Loavlng Him In Latge Numbora.
Members of His Cabinet Qolng
Over to tho FJnemy.
Ho Puts Into Opsratloa Severs Meas
ures Against Those Who Ars Bus
psoted of Losing Faith ir
New Yoiik, Juno 20. Tho following,
under date of Juno 5, was received today
from Hayti by tho &teaiu?r Sugiuaw: After
tbo brilliant successes of tho Northern
army, during tho first fortnight of May,
ending on tho loth with tbo fall and occu
pation of Meribolnis, aud on tbo
lUth with that Of , Los Cehadiu
two arrondisscments of tho Wcotcrn
Department, tho Vanguards wcro pushed
forward still further west and occupied tho
districts of Grand Uois aud Iajs Grangers.
The latter pines is abott four and a half
miles from Crnlx dos Itoqucts, in tho
plains ot Cul do Sue. On tho 21st ult,
Valliorc, in tho north, was occupied, and
during tho night on tho 20th,
Grand Saline, at i0 mouth of
tho river Artibonel, was evacuated.
Soino 700 men, including 400 sick, wcro
taken on board Lcgilimo's vessel aud
landed at various pointy, lien. Piquant,
who commniidod the Second Army Cori
operating on tho ArliWnet sfler tho bat
tle of Merehaud (May 0), retreated to St
Michael, lliucho and Meribolnis, ami ar
rived at Tort-au Trims with some 700
men, tho remnant (besides tboso left at
Grand Sahue) of tho S.OdO or 10,000 men
he bad in bis command. ' Ho entered tlio
Capital on tbo 10th, aud tho next day, af
ter exchanging soms sharp words with
legitime, took refugo in tho French Con
sulate, and on tho 18th, at 4 o'clock am.,
was sliipKd on Ward the French man-of-war
Kerguclen, aud then transferred to
tho Swinish mail stcainrr soiling the s-iuio
day for San Anllago do Cul a.
Tbo first command, 0erating on tho
North, broke up still worse than the sec
ond con, and without standing to light,
4 1:1 men, who iuuiiaget lo rnaa the fron
tier, begged to submit and join the North
cm cause. This has l-n done. Another
batch of :t00 men wero taken prisoners Ih
Iwti'ii Hincho snd l"S Cohubus, and with
them tieiis. lluisneiid, lurU, Antonio l'ol
las nnd several others. J'liena have
la-en sent lo lioinaves an K tho men havo
enlisted in tho Norther. I ranks. Theio
must now W St MireWI'iiS (general
quarters) and on the Mud from the Noitlt
to that place over 12,'xiO loon.
lien. Mms)iut whir commands the
trmia 0crating on tho linn Irom St.
Mane, baa a force of 2,1k s) men or more.
Joan Sallarus, at Gninavrs, is at tho head
ol Iroin 1.20U to 1,.'ksJ men and will also
ox-r.ita by Arcidiuail.
Yesterday afternoon fJen. 1 1 ipolvto ar
rived at Ciiks lliivti with about J.oir'i men.
lie was very well ntxnveil by llio 'pulai e.
Itefoin coming to llio Capo he visited the
inii-ilitaitis iu tho district ol Valheru aud
TIi.ki, occupied a fniinight ago by the so
called "Cora-." Tha principal lenders of
tbeso mountaineers havo sworn allegiam-o
to the Northern cause and are among tho
escort of tho Treaident. Now not a singlo
phic In any of tho thrve departments of
tho North is occupied by the emnny. Yes
terday we had news from Tort-au-Trinee
up lo the 31st ult Further desertions In
tho ranks of Wgiiimo's friends ar reported.
A. Trodiita, Wgiiimo's MinUtcr ol War,
who bail left his command iu the North
(Flint Army Corps) snd rejsirlod at Tori-sn-Trinco
Wfore the breaking up of his
army, has resigned and left the country,
(ion. I A Fori-st, who was Military (Gov
ernor of Tort-au Trinca, has also lull. A
new ministry bss Ix-cn lormeiL The Arch
bishop ol Tort-au-Trines and other friends
of legitime callinl UmjU Iiiuj, Is ggiug hliu
lo leave the couulry, so as to lusuio eace.
Ho refused to do So.
Mr. I. 1. Anduin, former proprietor of
the Juki mil I I'cnjjf, aod Minister for 14-N-ris,
has bail hi sxequstiir taken from
him. 11 it litis Wen arrested aud impris
oned. Soverul well-to-do foreltm tnerrliaiits
havo Wen advised by their Iricnds to keep
on tho lookout ss there are rumors Hint
they would W banished, being Considered
friendly to the North. All letters received
report the capital to W in a very uuruly
spirit The newspapers are full iif thrents
sg:ilnst friends of the North. Tho village
of iH-sanlines was taken slier two snd a
half hours' fighting by (ten. Sumvaii on
May 0. The enemy l-lt on Urn field three
Galling guns and a ouantity of nib- and
sminunitiou, sud lortv prisoners
were taken. The same i'elito livverio
and Veuetta were evaetiated. Gn May 8
Slid 0 St Michael surrendered. St linph
a I was occupied by Gnn. Nord about the
same time. From St Michael Gcu. So.
mean limit-bed iion llinche and twk tho
village on the KXh and tit ta. From the
l ttli 10 tho 14th Tiguul, SL Siisnhiio and
lUnqtiiutte were evacuated and occupied
by (.ion. Nord.
(ten. Albert Slrave Slid others Infested
the villago ol Mirelbalis, and it surn-n-dcrvd
on the 14th.' On the loth nine
communes, comprising eleven villages,
were occupied by the Northern Irooi in
the Depsrtments of llio North and A rti
Wnl to. Tlio only village now holding out
in the North sgainst tha iirovisionnry gov
ernment is Vallerie, and it I almost cer
tain that the place will fall on tho 20th.
In tho ArlilKinltn Grand Salina is tho
only place occupied by the Wgitiuo
A I'aas la Mrm Vara llf.
Nxw Yoni, June 2 '. Dr. It W. II.
Duncan, the surgeon f tho Tucific Mail
steamship Colon, whi'll arrived from
Asplnwall June 14, with tho doctor in the
first stages of yellow fever, was removed
from No. 173 Hancock afreet Urooklyn,
last night to quarantine, under the direc
tion of Health UfTlccr Smith, of the port of
New York. He wss mm Ii wenkor than at
sny time since the dre led disease stlxcd
biin. Si'crotary Oakrr said this forenoon
that Dr. Dnnran was pitlvcly sulloriiig
from tbo Urst itagcs ol yellow fovcr. "1
think," continued Dr. KnUer, "that Dr.
Duncan stands a very fair chanco of re
covery, but hut evening lie was quite low,
nnd extra giiod euro will bo required to
pull him through. I don't imagine that
the dread disea-o has sown any Reed in
this city, and while no alarm la now felt,
evorv precaution will W taken to prevent
tho fever gaining any victims." A strict
iiiiariintino has been established about tho
Hancock street house, nnd no one is al
lowed to enter or leave it. Dr. Itogert,
Duncan's doctor, is conllned iu the house.
Tho Itonrd of Health wns very much
aroused oseflho neglect of Dr. Itogert to
report tho presence of the disease when it
find came to his knowledge, nnd yesterday
nwairnnt wns issued for his arrest bv
Justice Walsh. Tho pacr was not serveil,
however, for )ho Hoard of Health, alter
consultation, derided Unit it would bo tin
wise to reiuuvo tbo iKu iur from tho quar
antino fur somo davs to come.
4 heaper I'relgkl lo Sew York,
St. Tai i, Minn., Juno 20. All tho
I.uko Superior lines gave nolico yesterday
of a reduction in canal rates front New
York to St Tout to a basis of 'M icr cent
This is 2 per cent lower than tho rates
announced on Tuesday. Tho announce
ment was slso iiiudo yesterday that tho
Fitchbnrg would take Its tmuil diirereu
tinl under the M cent lako and rail ralo.
This makes tho llrst-cl.iM rate from Hoi
ton, vis that line, 40 cents. The Omaha
announced that it will nut only reduce its
liimWr rale to Kansas City to meet the
Alton's cut, but will put its Kansas City
rato into Council Itlulls, Omaha, Sioux
Citv sud other Southwest Miseouri oiuts.
It ilocs this under tbo long and short haul
system. Tho new rate is IS cents, and
applies from all stations on tho eastern
and northern divisions, as well as St Tuul
A Rallrwail Iraualrrrett
Trkcc Hauts, lnd., Juue 20. Tbo
stockholders of tho Fvausville, Terra
lluuloifc Chicago Ivailroad Company met
hero yefterdny in annual session, nnd tho
formal trunsfcrof tho majority of thoaloek,
recently purchnsed by the Chicago A 1'jist
em Illinois ituilroad Company, was made.
Tho road is now practically owned by thn
Chicago A Fustcm Illinois. For several
years it has been under a ninety year
leaso to that corporation. Tho Terra
Haute iV Chicago is tho lino from hero to
Danville, and is pint of tho Chicago A
1 .aster u Illinois system to Chicago.
(ar-lleallng 4aaiiaala I ansalldalrit.
CliK'AiiO, III., Juno 20. A dispatch
from iK-troit Mich., says; "Tbo McKlmy
('ar-lie.iting Compuny, of IVtroil, and the
Scwdl Cur-lloating Company, of Tunlaud,
Me., have amalgamated. Together they
control PHI itenl, uud havo applications
for IUU uioro landing. Tho capital stock
of the cuinpany will U f .'..'sMl.liml, ItiN it
C. Truvn, prendent of the t'ouimerehil
National I'-auk of Albuny, N. Y., is the
pnwident of the new concern. The vice
president is K llatih, of New York,
ltramh otlices will o started ill tbo taller
city and in Gbienim."
Aaalber Iraa oullavalalll.laa.
Ajiiii-ax", Wis., Jiiiio 2ia In tho literal
sense of lbs term, a through' tins will W
completed lu s few days between Cbieugo
nnd tho Tufllie Crnist Yesterday work
was begun by the Northern Taeilic Mid
on its connnctinj link of track uniting tho
terminus ot its leused bue, tho Vifiiiin
Cvntrul, nudjtho system here. Within a
few days a ronnnitniis lino of rnilwav be
tween tho West and Last will have Wen
Um Vlaaasli Maail.
Ciiictiio, III , J iiuo'.'l. Adispah h from
In lianaNilis, lnd , any: An order was
ei'tered in tho l liitrd Statis Court here
yesterday direi tlng Kivciver McNulty, of
tho Wahiudi, to turn over to tho Commit
tee of I'uri hiiH'tv, under tbo font losure,
the roal audits Wbmgings In Ohio, In
dianA ami Illinois, and to rlonj out the
receivership as stsm as Hswiblo.
Ike Stlrhmat.4 A liaatllla,
N'rw Yosk, Juno 20.-11)0 Itii hmond A
Danville dins tors today declarod a semi
annual dividend of 6 per cent, payablo
July 1. This action was followed by a
meeting ol the Itiihmond Terminal di
rectors, who declared the aeiiii-annuid
dividend of 2) s r rent on tho prefericd
stock of that company, payable July la
A UllEAT WHEAT CROP.
Fine trTact of Banenclal Rains In Da
kota. St. Tai i, Minn., Juno 20. The rain
last night and this morning entered aWut
one half of tho Northwest territory, lie
sirta from along the diilerenl lines of rail
road show that it was local in itsrharsc ter.
A Wtb-r feeling now prevails amoug the
wheat-raiaers and graiiiiuen, and the out
look oints to a good crop. Conservative
estimates made on 'change this morning
Iilaced tho wheal crop for Minnesota and
lakota from i),mai,tss) lo loo.miu.otsi
bushels. 1 be grainmen now say that - pll
danger is over; although Sumo arts of
tho wheal growing country might dry out
if no more rain fell, the crisis baa Wen
liasaod. Should everything prove favora
ble, a crop of at least Hl,0UO,(J call
safely W fXpecteiL while, should unfa
vorable weather set in from now on, tho
outlook is good fur an increase over last
venr of at Irsst l.'i,,UU0 or 20,IM).UUI
biishela in the Northwest.
While the rain baa greatly bnefited tbo
croM, it bad little clfnct on the Inmla-r in
terests. The long drouth has dried up
the swsnips snd marshes, and the rain so
far has not Won heavy enough lo start the
logs down. At the Lumber Kxchangn
this morning it was stated that two or
three crews had been sent out lo louk after
the logs, but no considerable Wuclil was
looked for at present
PUbaa laampaoa Mans.
Speelsl l'lMt' b lo 1 lie Aprsl.
jAiaso.t, Miss., Juno 20. Ths Fplsco
pal residence m btirglarUod last night
Wtween 12 snd 0 o'clock am., whvo
I'.ishop Hugh Miller Thomou lost tbo
Fpiscopnl ring, sn imetbysl, sud sa am
thyst collar button that once belonge.l to
Mrs. G-orgo Washington, and other things
of small value. It was not known that tlio
bouse bail Won burglarisod until tho fam
ily miased the articles this moruiug.
Ike t.aaer SSarSer (ass.
pr. lel Di.i b In His Appeal.
ADxnbiK.y, Miss., Juno 20. In tbo cao
of the Stats against C. C. Laker, who
killed I'.nginoer Jerry Smith, of tbs Kan
sas City, Momphis A Tlrmlngbam IUil
road, last Friday, the preliminary timl.
which Wgau last Monday, waaoucludeii
at a lato hour last night Ths defend. nit
was admitted to bail in tha mm of
(o answer any Indictment that tho Grand
Jury may find at tho October term of tho
Circuit Court. The Wild was given today
nnd ICaker was released from custody.
A ROMAN TIG ELOPEMENT.
A Marriage That Disturbed ths Borsnlty
of Coftdevilla, kllsa.
Pwinl ti.siteti to 1 ho ApiK'id.
Com:KVli.l.K, Miss., J nne 20. This quiet
and unpretentious littlo city, which but
two days ago was aroused from its scivno
repose to tako its place in too onward
marching columns of progress, nud empha
sized iti new life by deciding to erect a
So,0tK) school building, was this morning
tlio scene of ono of the most romantic sen
sations of the season. Fven before brenk
fast it was rumored on our streets that
thero was an eloping coiiplo of matrimo
nial candidates in the city, who had hied
themselves away from frenzied and obsti
nato relatives iiiirenadu during the dark
ocas of the nighl, and had hastened to
Hardy, ou the .Mississippi & Tennessee
Kailroad, Tho conveyance was s-cured
without delay, and, " accompanied by
Missis. A. . Stookes nud J. J. Ilirdv.
they lost no time till Ihev were safely
quartered in tho Ncwbcriicr )loue in t'oi
leevillo. It was but a nhort time till tho
news was carried to tho suburbs of tho
city. "There is a runaway couple at tho
NewWrger IIoumo nud they aro going to
get marriei right nt once; let's go and sen
It!" Action was suited to tho word, nnd
somo lime Wforo the rites were solemnie I
tho elegant and rapacious parlors of tho
above mentioned hotel were tilled with
tbo good cilixi'ns of Colleoville, who bad
left their ollices and stores to see the finale
of tho romantic cltqiciuont of Mr. Andrew
N. Crabtree, of Grcuathi, and Miss II. I
Farr, of Wxington. Tho magic words
that mudo the twain were pronounced by
tho Itev. J. it Fansli, of tho First lUptis't
Church of this city, in a terse nud very
Impressive uiniiucr. The blooming brido
la eighteen, tho groom but Iweiitv-one.
lloth the brido and groom are of well con
nected families. Among the spectators
were I.. . C I .ulnar, Jr.. of Washington;
Hon. M. M. Lvaus, of Jackson County,
candidate for Lieutenant-Governor of
Miasissippl; I 'apt. II. G. Coltant, of Mem
phis, and many of tho most prominent
i itucns of this place.
POLITIJH IN TUB DELTA.
Action of tbs Beat Convention In Wash
ington County, Mies.
Hpeelel M'imli h to Tlio An-l.
GiiFi'AVii.is, Mian, Juno 20. Washing
ton Comity held its Ileal convention to
day. Tho result so fnr clearly points to the
success of J. T. Grilllu for Slionlf, ho hav
ing carried four out of live precincts. This
waa the principal contest As far m h is
been heard bo instructions havo Wen
given for Governor. Tho milion of the
county in having a enndidato of its ow n
foi re-election for Auditor nect sdtates cx
tremo caution in dealing with other ollices.
In the Third District, tho convention W
Ing held in I iieeuville, thn delegates
elected am almost nil I 'auierou men, but u
motion to indorse that gentleman was
tabled at tho uud t patron ot aomu of Mr.
t Ullileroil's ie t ll lends, ll la Concodi-d
that hi) has iliYouhoui the county a long
lend over nil other candidates. In iho
Fourth District a keen contest for huper
visur has risiulted in favor of Sun lnylor
Km ks. The county coiuention ineels on
A DOC l OK' NAHIJOW ESCAPE.
An Attempt iluda to Poison an Aikansas
l-. ll i.wib ii. Ilia Apia J.
IW.irAA, Ark., Junu 20. Dr. A. M.
Ilichardson, a prominent farmer and phy
sician of this county, living hear l.ntour,
narrowly est aped dc-ith from iisuning a
day or so simv. While alio, it to partake
of somo cullee be noiii-od a H'culiarity
stsiul it tlint looked suspicious. Ho look
tho cup of coflco nnd went lo a neighbor
ing physician. Together they analyzed il
aud found hisoii enough in tho cup lo
nnso death. Dr. Kicbardson nccused bis
cook of the attempt to poison him. r-he
stoutly deiiird it "lit allerward eonfc ssi'd
that a insil named Abe Johnson bad pre
pared the lailron and dosed thn colli.
J ho woman, Maggie llrown, and Johnson
are under arrest. The woman says Ji bn
son tried lo Kiiwn I be doctor Is causo the
dialor would not let bun visit her.
Wasiiimitov, Juns 2il. The TicsMent
made tho following apsiiutuienl tmlay:
Hiram F. Devol, of Missouri, lo W Col
lector of Internal Keveuuo for tho Sixth
District of Mi-aouri.
Flward D. Tostitk, to W a LiotnVnant
In the Nsvjr.
Fdwurd l.loyd, Jr., lo be a Lieutenant
(junior grade) in tbo Saw.
Oliver II. Simons, of Cu'orado, Consul
to Hong Kong.
William Moiinghan, of Ohio, Consul to
W. T. (lice, of Massachusetts, Consul to
1. T. Adams, of Now Y'ork, Consul to
Horgi D, Saitd'rland.
Ilciirjf W. Diederich, of Indiana, Con
sul lo Nuremburg.
Nolan J. Ileiiiuiii k, of Tennsj I van la,
Consul to (ieneva, Saitr.erl.ind,
llailillat I m llelaaa, Ark.
p" 11 ln.(l' b lo 1 lie Api-aL
J 1 r.i km A, Aik., June 20. Another build
ing and loan association wss organised
hero with f.'.'-O.WiO capital stoik. It is
called The Teople's Luilding and Inu
Assoi'hitiun of Helena, Aik. Ths bflieers
are: Greenfield (junrnds, president; F M,
Iteady, VKo-pri-sident; Juhn J. Torter.
Si'Cratarv; T. II. Horner, treasurer, sud
F. C. Ilorner, sttnruey. Tho Hoard ol
Directors consists ol tho follow ing gentle
liieu: tiniuitleld (Quarrels, S, H. Faulk
ner. S. I.iuk'g, Jaixib I ink, 11 b. Iteady,
F. I. Mitchell, K. Newman, S. C. Mooro
sud F. M. Owens.
Iks Vthliwarlk aae,
SM-lel t).iti b lo The Appml.
GmrovniK, Miss., Juno 20. In the
Circuit Couit today counsel for Cnpt S.
II. Whltwurth moved to quash the ro
inalnlng indictments for consplilng to kill
Ashton, bn having been vrsturday sc.
quilted on thn rhaige of killing Ivy, It
wss contended that tho rams were practi
cally tho same, and that having been ac
quitted in one ho could not W tncd again
for tho ssme otlrnso. The court took Ihe
question under adviacios.'tt Cnpt Whit
worth is still iu juiU
ItiiugoMO, Vs., June 20. Lswrenco
hiltier.s jihtg tobacco manufacturer, mado
a deed of assignment today.wlth liabilities
ol $17,000, The asseU are not state.l. The
priucipl creditors are lu lUcbuioud,
PILING IT ON.
Tho Witnesses Against Howard.
ProareBS of tho Sensatlounl Llbol
Bult at Jackson, Tenn.
Moro Evldonco That Ho Sailed Uu
dor Another Namo.
Some Vory Damnginff Statement!
as to Plnlntlfl's Character.
Bwarms of People Flocking to tho City
to Hoar the Testimony There
Will Be Two Weeks More of
Psvlnl ril.pnteh to Hi,. Apts-sU
Jackson, Tenn., Juue 20. This la tho
ninth day of the great Howard libel suit
As tho trial progresses tho interest d'H'pcns
on both sides. Not a train conies in the
city but brings new nud si range facea to W
present nt Iho trial.
A largo portion of this morning was con
sumed In lengthy legal argument in regard
to this and that deposition. Tlaiulifl took
exception time nnd again nt dcjiositions
Introduced by defendants. It was fre
quently the case that the court was called
upon to docido questions of law. His rul
ings gave general satisfaction to tho bar. '
The ileitositioii of It A. Willis, Clerk of
tho Court of Common Tless at WulterWro,
S. C, was introduced by defendants, llo
knew tho plaihtili there us Frederick A.
Ilowlett. Wus i'pKiinled Trial Jus'.ico by
Gov. CluiniWrlain. Was admitted to tho
bar in 1N7.V Soon after was indicted for
misconduct in ollico. While there signed
his nnuie Frederick A. Ilowlett Went
from there to Floiida.
Tho deposition of Marthy Crosby, col
ored, waa rend. She knew plaintiff in
South Carolina as Frederick A. Ilowlett;
knew him in lT4-7i 70. Hii character
was good, us far us she knew.
Olio of the plaintitt 'a w itnesaes, I. F.
lllalock, of Fayctteville, Ga., wus intro
duced, llo knew tho pluintitl, Wcaiuo
acquainted with him ten years ago; knew
him in Forsyth, Marietta and Atlanta,
Ga.; t'Mik hiui to W an educated minister
ol tho Goxd; said the plaiutilT told him
ho was un l.iiglishuian; that ho bad led a
wicked life Wforo he moved there, nud
passed there ns G. F. Howard.
I- A. Claud, pastor ol tho Tuptist Church
nt Fayctteville, tin., knew him ns G. F.
Howard; attended bis church for
twelve months, then presented hiiu
ell lor inciiiWrship and was bap
tised; told the minister that hit pust
tils had W-R atntul and had determined
to lend a W'tler life. Suld he hud cxau
Inod the rnx'ds of stl denominations sod
liked lh Jluplist Chun h Iho Ih-sI. Said
many rhargee had la-en Hindu against him
that si n' not true He was licensed there
to i ractico luw in the name ol G. F. How
ard. 'Ihn deKiailion of George II. l-cslcr, of
Wxington, (,a, Clerk ol tlm Mipreruo
l oiirt, was read. He knew pluintitl there
It. I lodenck A. Hewlett. He pel i t uned
for liei-nsK to pnictiee law in that name.
He dl hot give the mime of Howard. A
woman joined blin there, profesMing to la
his wita. They occupied the a.iiiiu roum at
the hoti'l with ouly one Wd in it lour
dais. They were very lovir.g", called
eai'h other darling anil "r.diy h(
nsiiu-s. Soma of Ihe Wet iMiiulnVof tho
town culled to see them. Ilaintin intro
duced the woman as bis wife, 'ihe fart
was soon ilevuloH-d thai this wo nsn Was
Iho wife ol a mail named Itrown, at Hub
bins, S. C. Ihev h ft the town suddenly
together lo avoid iinjMi iition. 'Ihis wit
ness heard ol the plalutill psa-ing himself
oil in Jack sou, Tenu., oa (ho Itev. Fredcr
lesition of Mra. Lumpkin, of Wxing
ton, lis., was Introduced. She was Intro
duced lo pli.iutitraa Mr. Hewlett. He re
mained in Wxington ten days; said it was
bis intention to loeatn them and practice
Isw. llo gave a rung detailed account of
himself; said he was from Fnghunl; said
his fsther held a high Kitioii in Wudnn;
said bo was married; had been at sea; wss
on the expedition of Ihe steamer Tigris in
search o tho hat Tolairs al the North 1'ole.
She last saw hnn in Jackson, Teun. llo
was mm nt id out ss thn Itev. Dr. How ant
K J. Hone, hotel keeper in W xington,
Ga., In 1 N7(k, said plsintill bore the uamo
thereof Frederick Hewlett Ho lioardcd
in hia Iioiim'. Got sick. A woman ramo
to the hotel and Impiirrd sUcr her hus
band; said alio waslluwlell'a wife. Ho had
only one Wd in his room. Hie stayed with
him four days, when the fact came to
light that the woman was the wile of a
mini named Drown, in South Carolina,
lliey left auddeuly to avoid Wing arrested.
bile there he ls'io bimself well, andwu
a smart, gisl looking fellow.
John Oilwrn, a minister of the Gosnol
at Criiwfordsvillu, Ga., tcslitled that
In h,i) a mun Is sring the name ol Fred
erick A. How loll rams to Wxington, Geor
gia. Ho met the same eraou in lssj on
the train going to the Southern Jtaptist
Convention at Augusta, Ga. llo metbliu
ngiiin at the houthern i'aiiitist Convention
in Montgomery, Ala., in issil. As soon as
lie entered the room where he was, be left
Ihn room. Ho recognised tbo photograph
ol plaintiff lu Ibis coao as tbo same as
The defendants havo a good ininy nioro
dejHSiitions to res I yet Wsides S large
numlMr of witnesses to examine orally,
Tho plaiutills claim they have equally as
many to Introduce us the defendants have,
lleiieo the case will not W decided before
the that of July.
ra4laerlaejr Allleaa's Hale.
rvAl lnipaU b to Hi Apptsl.
Nasiivili a, Tenn., Juue 20. CoL John
Allison, ex Svrvtary of Stale, has filed a
petition la the Circuit Court asking for a
wilt of mandamus, to coiiiih-I Waller
Allen, Stato Comptroller, to imme bis war
rant to him for l,0"d claimed to W dun,
and unpaid leva for copying tho acts of the
I loads la Uaaaaa.
Bt. I.ovib, Mo., June 2a -Dispatches
from Southeastern Kansas say the Neosho
Liver is at flood hlghl, is out of its bsuks
In numerous places and that many thous
and sens of wheat snd other grain is sul
merged and deslmved. In Neosho County
alone tlm dumsge to cro is iniliiuatcd U
over hall a million UuIWa