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tat, Alabama aad Texas,
MEMPHIS, TENN., TUESDAY, JUNE 2o. 1S89.
VOL. XLTX NO. 150
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Keeping Up the Firo on the Plaintiff.
Testlmouy to Show Hie Present
Nam& to bo au Allaa.
.Reasons Why Ho Was Debarrod
Prom Baptist Associations.
pharjred With Promoting Divisions
in tho Church Organization.
An Importunt Witness for t ho Plaintiff
Arrlveo Interest tn tho Trlut
Very fireac Throughout
Apodal Pltpntcli to Tlio Apt cat
jA('X80N,Ti-un., Juno 1 Judge, furorn
and attorneys were nil lato getting in this
morning. Court did not open until 11:30
o'clock. During yesterday nnd today
quite a number of witnesses camo iu from
vnrioui points in West TcnncfcEoo. ' AIfo n
Amber of visitors were hero to be present
at tlie trial.
Tlio deposition of L. E. Wood, tncrchnnt
t Allctulnlo, H. C, wua introduced by
defendants. Ho said he resided in Bob
bins, 8. C, in 1870. Knew plaintiff there
by tlio niiino of Frederick A. Howlctt. Ho
recognized the photograph of tho plaintiff
ss tho sumo man. He testified that the
said Howlctt left Robbins very suddenly
end unexpectedly, carrying with bint the
" wife of C. C. I5rown, of that place. Up to
that time tho proof shows that Prown and
his wifo had lived hnpplly together and
was highly resjtcclod by lite pooplo of Iho
J. A. Collins, a farmer of liethera, Ga.,
testified in his deposition that ho know
plaintiff two years by tho name of Gcorgo
1.. Howard. Fhiiiitill' said ho was edu
cated in a London oniversl.;-; thnt his
mother died when he wan qtiito young;
that his father was a Queen's rommel;
that he bad heard pluiiilifl speak of his
extcntiivo travels to China, India and on
tlm Artie Sea in search of a lout ship, the
linmo of w hich ho had forgotten; that ho
was a member of Iho llaplist Church ill
(cod standing while there, and his general
character was good as far as he knew.
Alter reading tho above dcjtoaitlon a
nur.bcr of witnesses wore examined orally
T. J. Icuprcc, Jr., of Memphis, sen of
I'r. T. J. Dupreo, teatilied that ho knew
plaintiff since 18S2. In conversation with
him he staled that he was convicted and
converted at the sm of seven under Spur-fc-eon;
said be left homo quito young and
went to sea; said ho was on the steamship
Tigris on the Artie expedition in search of
She lost Polaris; said ho related many
irilling experiences among the iceberg
on that expedition; said he was in charge
of the scientific department on the ship,
and ranked as Lieutenant.
J. M. bcutcr, a banker, and a leading
Baptist of Trenton, Tcun., was then
placed on the stand. Ho testified that ho
knew plaintiff, and took bis paper, the
Trur lli)ltl; said he stopped his pstcr
niter lie hsd taken it six month, as ho
regarded it as a disorganising clement;
aid he was in opHitiou to tbo public
sentimenU among Huplis's in West Ten
nessee, mid that the pluintiir was es
teemed ns a disturbing clement in the de
nomination; that plaintilf made an appli
ration In the llaplist Church nt Trenton,
but was not permitted to join. Witnee
attended Iho Central baptist Association
at Milan in 1h.hi, and the plaintiff was
present a a delegate from Unity Associa
tion, and waa not permitted to take a seat
in tliat body.
Dr. M. 1). Jordan, of Milan, Tenu., tes
tilled that ho knew philulill; heard him
give an account of Ins Arctic expedition
at lluin)oldt,'Jciiu.; said ho wut an olliccr
on tlio ship and in chargo of the scieutilic
A. A. Meadows, of llradford, was Intro
duivd. lie. stated Im Lad met the pliiimiiT
several times; had at'onveraation with him
In w hich ho told w itness that bo was ranted
in Fngland, and was convicted and con
verted under tho preaching o( Spurgeon.
J. II. Holt, undertaker and H.iplil inin-
Inter at Milan, Tenn., aaid plainlitl told
him be was mined an Kpimttpalian; that
I.- I ...I.I
no im convenuii miner iidiinu, iuiu
Jiitu all atjout lib) expedition on the Arctic
' iu search of tho lint I'ttlurU; uid he
was in charge of the acientilic department
tn aaid ship; said on several otvamorm
plainlitl had altaikeil the Nmthw extern
iWpti.l I nlveroity, of this city, and its
truptiHti; cUiinitl that Ins renion for thin
was that part of tho trute'S wero I'edo
I'dptinia. Wltnewi further tentilicd that
the pluintiR hsii tioen the means of dam
aging tho university.
II. M. IlilKiunn, D.I'., a Ilapliat minis
ter of Tnutoti, wnsnext inlroluccd. He
stated thut the pluiuliir was not x-rinit1cd
to preach at Trutilon afUT it was learned
that ho was canning division in the lie
nominsti'iD; said the plaintill' was not held
iu any degree of rxnjicct among the de
nomination. I'laintiff then aktd wltnewi did he nl
sle tltli him one niuht? Wiineusiild
bo did, but could not help himself.
V. U. Iniimn, 1. I)., psntor of ttto
Eiiptiht Church at Hum bold t, was next
exauiincd. Ho knew plaintiff, and wrote
the resolutions which prevented him from
tilling a wat in the Central Haptiat Amo
cistion at Milun in lss:i. The reaolutioii
was carried by an overwhelming majority.
Iho reason fur thir wna thut they believed
he would make an attack on the Univer
sity at Jackson and mate a dinturhnnte
in the aaarx-Utiou, and that he was by no
means worthy to sit with thcin ai a dele
gate la the aociation.
II. 1). radgctt, of Walt4'rboro, R C,
Ithohns, for at-veral years since the war,
represented his county in the U-gislature,
arnvud in tlie city last evening. Ho ia
hero as one of the moot iinortiuit wit-ne)-e
(or plaintill in this gre at suit.
Your corrcMpondent has just been in
forineJ, by a man who has been traveling
all over est 'lenneaaee, that this Howard
libel suit is eliciting more Interest snd
comment, among all claasca of people,
thau any law suit be ever beard of.
Iba tlomvApaltilo lasllta.
Mixmsacolis Minn., June 24. The
Forty-third National lustituto of Homeo
pathy met at Mennctunka tonight, and
will be in session the remainder of the
week. Something liko 400 of tho repre
sentivtivo homeopnthiata of tho I'nttod
States will be prefont, ax well as delegates
from Kngland and the Continent. Hith
erto iho lustituto bns been nccuntmncd to
gather nt Saratoga, Niagara Kails, or some
other luintorn watering plnco, but this year
they did Minnesota the honor of visiting
her favorite watering nlaeo. Tlio session
will open tonight at Hotel Lafayette and
will coucltulo Friday night. After tho
Institute closes, tho doctors will tako an
exeurmon to tho Yellowntono l'ork.
Thui-Hdny evening there id to bo a banquet
TH3 BEHRINO SEA, QUESTION'.
Attitude of the Britleh aorernmont
Method of Bettlomoot.
Nkw Y'ohk, Juno 24. An Ottawa spo
ciul says: It was stated in ollicial circles
hero yesterday thut uo action w ill bo takon
at present, by ci'.her tlio Dominion or
Hritiah Government, with regard to pro
tecting tho Ilritish ecaling vessels iu
!ehring Sea. Tho tdiips of war oa tho
1'acilic Coast go north on thoir usual
yearly cruise, to which no significance can
bo attached. Tho qucstiou as to tho
right of tho United States to exclusivo
juriadiction in liehring Son will, for tho
present, bo hold in abeyance, as, on good
authority, It Is learned that tho Hrititdi
Government is seeking tho co-operation of
tho several maritime powers of tho world
with a viow to their joining in the dispute
of tho United States clntui and iu tho
reference of the question to arbitration.
Tho liritisu Government has requested
the iHimiuion Government to tako no
action until a settlement hns been arrived
at in this way. It is stated that the sev
eral maritime powers, which have been
invited to take purt in the settlement,
suptort the contention of the Ilritish
Government that tho Itehring Sea is not a
closed sea. It is a Iho stated that the
claims for dauuigca, through the seizure of
the Ilritish sealers by United States cruis
ers, w ill also be submitted to arbitration
wlieu tho question of jurisdiction is taken
rtlZ BIBLB IN TUX SCHOOL.
The Radical Attempts of a Baltimore
TIai.timore, Md., June 21 A sensation
wa caused this morning at tho regular
quarterly meeting of tho Ministerial Union
by the reading of a bitter address on "The
Jiiblo in the I'ublic Schools" by the Iter.
F. M. F.Uis, 1U., pabtorof the Futaw 1'inee
LuptUt Chnrcb. In tho courso of his re
marks he said: "I a in also in favor of tho
lliblo in the public schools Ihhuiuno Uouio
is opioed to it Applmtao. Therccent
lcnton lecture of Cardinal Giblions pub
licly advised snd urged UKn bis coplo to
read the Itible. Now I don't say thnt Car
dinal Gibbous was not honest in that ad
vice, but if ho did mean what ho said bo
was uota pood Catholic, and if ho didn't
mean it lie waa not lionciL Tho aim of
the Catholic is to mako Komaninta; our
aim is to mako character. IUnuo controls
all her people, and therefore a Itomanist
cannot be a good citixen of this Kepublic.
If tho I'oh had his way our Kcpublie
with its public schools and the opcu lliblo
would soon go. lloino ha already de-
rlarcd her intention not only of drivingthe
lliblo Iroin tlie public school, hut slsoo!
dividing the public school funds to her
own advantage, ltouio openly aulago-
niws one oi tue leaning institutions oi our
country." The Lnion authorized tho Itev.
lir. Kllis to ptiblihh this paper.
A POSTMA8TEU CIN80BED.
Action of the Civil Service Commission
Id the Milwaukee Case.
WasniNCiTox, Juno 21 The Civil Ser
vice ComiiiiMion hxlay maln the following
reHrton tho Milwaukee pontolllce:
l MTf.ii Hrn Civil, Hi n ira Oiumimkin,
W miiuix, 1. ( ., June it. I v".
llavinc liivwitli.nto.1 tho liialiiuieinent of
tho Milwaukee poalolllce in ao far as it is
atlccled by the Civil Service law, we lind
that during tlio piuit (our years too pot
inaxler, Mr. G. 11. i'aul, has n-peateilly
violutml said law, and, in many cum, has
manipulated the lil of eliuiblrsso the i'r-
son whom he preferred plioiild to cerl:h"l
to 1 1 1 it. II .Mr. 1 iiul I. ait any comuilcr.ible
iiorlion of his term tn serve we should re-
commend his immediate removal; but we
have leteriinni 1 not to uiuko such hTOin
mendution iu view of the fact that liUtcnn
has already expired; of the fact that no
saliafactury pooof luus been add need to
show that Ins action in making spoint-
liu-iita wss una to iKiliiieal cotiHiilenitions,
and of the further fact that his construc
tion of a letter of the conimiwion written
in l.t.'rt mav parliallv excuse a portion of
his Hiiacouuilct. The colniniion, there
fore, reKirt that Mr. I'aul should be, aud
hereby is, severely cennurvd.
t II tHLIS l.vetv,
II Kill H. TtlOMIWlK,
AVOIDING A LIQUOH LAW.
A Kansas City koaieureteur'e Sharp
Method of Ivaalon.
K ansas City, Mo., Juno 21 An Inter
cut in g rase under the recently enforced
Sunday law was dcveloed today when
liudolph Woslick, who keeps a combined
restaurant and saloon, wss arrested for vi
olating the law. Wonlick's plaeo was 0cn
venter Jay, but a white curtain hung acros
the bar bearing tho sign "No driuks sold
hero today." On almost every tublo,
however, could lie scon a w Ine or beer bot
tle, with the content of which Mr. Woe
lick's customers were regsling theumelves.
A police ollicer, ssking the meaning of
this, was tol I that the liquor had leen
purchased by his customers on Saturday
evening and had been kept on Ice over
night lor their use on Sunday. Woslii k
conlirmed his statement by showing ro
ceipls for the liquor dated Saturday. The
restaurant kcccr wilt make his a test case.
A BUUTAL MURDER.
A South Carolina Affair A Threatened
Columbia, K C, June 21 A special to
the Ikiily lUylAr from FJgofleld, & C,
save FdgcfUldis in a high slate of ex
citement. It it known that a party Is
organized to lynch WhiUiclJ Murrell and
Win. Carpenter, who, on Saturday, the
1,'ilh Inst., whllo under the lufluonca of
liquor, fired five shots from their revolvers
Into a youug man named rrcston l ounulcc,
who was peaceably going along tho high
way near Trenton, in Kdgciicld Crthly.
Yotinglce died early last Fri iay luorniog
trotn tlit rnott 01 the w ntids he received.
The evidence ob'med by the Sheriff yes
terday was so convincing that tho friends
of Y'onngice had determined lolvnch Mur
rell and Carpenter hist niht. The F.dge
field Ivi tie Company was called out and
atood all day nt tho jai. lien i'.ooth, who
ngureu connpicuousiy in the ttoolli ana
Loney murifer casd a few years since, was
present with his family heavilviirmed with
shotguns and pistols to protect Miirrelland
LuriKMiter. llio two jjiiaoiiers wero ar
rested by the StierilT in t.ie wootls near
tlie illago Saturday night. It ia reported
that tho Yomvico party ascertained last
uight that tho jail was impregnable, and
that an attack upon it would renult iu ter
riblo butchery, and therefore the project
was abandoned. I'ublic opinion runs high.
Murrell and Carpenter aud tho Sheriff,
being convinced thnt serious trouble could
lie averted only by trnutdcrring tho prison
ers to Columbia, left for tho Capital with
them this morning. Tho excitement has
Rlightly abated since their departure.
THE MILLU LACS OUTBREAK.
Offlcl.il Report of the Cnuie of the Ho
Washington, Juno 21 Capt. Ptoucli,
Third Infantry, has reported to tho War
Department the following results of the
Investigations of . Capt, Hunney, Third
Infantry, In tho recently reported out
break at Millo Lacs Reservation, Minne
sota: "Tho shooting of tho white man waitho
result of drunkeniicfs. Threo families
who left the neighborhood of the Indian
camp wore new arrivals, and wore frlcjit
cned off, and by drunken Indians, 'ihey
went about six miles. Tho Indians will
deliver up the one who did the shooting,
Wadela, as soon as tho Sheriff comes lor
bun. He will not leave his present
whereabouts. The shooting took place in
tho Mille Lacs country. There seems to
be sumo apprehension on the purt of the
whites and some ill will on tlio part of the
Indisns, partly because of tho accidental
killing of ono of their number lift winter
by a white man, nnd partly because they
still think they have some title to tho
land.' But there is no danger of an out
break. When drunk they may have made
threats, but there is little In them. Tho
whisky and alcohol trade is the worst
feature of the matter."
, E. 0. BDWARDS STABBED.
A Prominent Cltlsan of Independence
County, Ark., Killed In a QuarreL
Fprrlii! Pltpalrb to Tlio At'poal.
Nkwimrt, Ark., Juno 21 Will Kd
wards and Morgan Tugglo got into a dis
puto at Newport about fast horses, lllown
followed hot wo'ds. Tugglu got the wont
of that snd bystanders Interfered. Toggle
then begun to uie very sbtisivo language,
and K. C. Kd wards, tho father of young
Fdwarda, Inlerfeiod. In (he scrimmage
which followed the senior FMwarda re
ceived dangerous wound; one very dan
gerous is in the side Joit under the lower
rib. His phvftician considers his cam very
critical. The senior Kdwards is a wealthy
Merchant at Newimrt, snd oue of the lead
ing citizens of IudcjHndcncu County.
Fprrlnl Mwli Ii to The ApnL
Lima ItmK, Ark., Juno 21 Three
Rate convicts crned yeMcrduy from
stockades Iwated at different points in the
Stato. Ono James Culling', a murderer,
from I'oie County, convicted iu I km! and
given twenty-one years scnl.-nec, cm-aped
from tho gnng at I'alarm; another ewacd
from the tiracie plantation in Jetlrmon
County, and the third from the plantation
of Sheriff A ii'lcri-on Mills in this county.
on both of which place a squad of con
victs leaned tioni tho Male are being
worked. None of them have been recap
An Odd Miusm lose.
I prrtal I)li h In Tlie A raL
Littlk 1(h k, Ark., Juno 21 IVputy
United Slates Maishal Faulkiuhiirg re
turned lolay from Duvalls llluff, having
in chargo John McGowan (coloml),
charged with soiling liquor a ilhout license.
McGowsn is a Democratic negro, and
some of the leading lemocmta of that
lia'iility, believiiigstrongly In lnsinunvnce,
inlerenled theui-elves In his behalf and
promptly mado the bond of tflOtl, required
by the I oinmiMioiier here for his apiear
auco iu October before the Feitetal CourL
A hrw ArkitMaaa HaNk.
t-K- UI ilb h Wi Hie Anl,
Lim.s ll'x k, Ark., Juno 21 Tlie bank
of Malvern was chartered lolsy under the
State law with a capital stock of f.Vi.OtiO.
Tho Incorporstors are: O, M. Wilson, F.
M. Smith, W. II. Cooper. Jtro. 11 Clardv,
J. J. KoUiiarin, II. and II. Ih-rpT, If. A.
Illltler, W. W. IKittoll, T. W. Ninth, K.
II. Yance, Jr., I. A. McCullough, W. T,
Gritmuic!, . M. Floyd, J. II. K Adams,
A. fctrauxs, YV. 1. U-iN-r and U t. Sillier.
Iaasrroalr Hurl kjr I'all,
Sr!l !lpatrb UlTba Aiul.
Hki.xka, Ark., Juno 21. This evening
Mr. Anthony received severe injuries,
which may prove fatal He was tearing
down oneof the hnuaes which was con
demned to give the right of wsytothe
II V I . I i : I I
jjuisviiio, new urioana n icxaa lummaii,
llo (ell from the roof snd struck on some
tinilxT below. He broke several oi his
rilai aud was taken home in an Inaeusiblo
condition. His condition is critical.
A If rs aaans Sllalorlnne.
pr-lal l'1-iairh Iu llis A.t-U.
Watkb VAU.r.r, Miss., June 21 The
Iter. J. J. Hunter, living at Sprtngdalo,
five miles north, hsd the nilnfortuno to lose
Ids barn snd stsbles by firs on Friday
night Ih1 Jlosnles tlio I' oi a coiisiuer
able amount of provender, a buggy ami
wagon and one or twohorscswcio burnuu.
Lot, tl,.ViO; no Instirsuco.
aM Janva'e Brolhrr,
Spx-lol M'IU to 1 ks Ai l l
Yat.oo Cur, Mixs., Juue 21 The Per.
Joe Jones, brother of the evsngeiist Sam
Jones, began protrscted services on Satur
day morning, and Is preaching three times
a bv. He has audiences ranging from
I.OOU to 2,500. Dr. liowcn, ol Gtceuvillo,
Joins him tonight.
MaJ. Aaam.-s New Host,
Recrl.il IImK U to lbs Apl.
Lim.s It-K a, Ark., Juno 21. Ma. John
D. Adams left tonight (or Jcfiersonville,
Ind., to receive his new strsmbosl, the
Ksto Adatus, which will take the Place In
the Memphis trado of the boat of the same
name, burnt a lew mouu.s ago.
Y'axoo Citv. Mi., Juno 21 Tho char
ftm Is rap'.dly disappearing, tho few Bow
cases being ol a milUer lorin.
Marriago of Leopold and Loniso,
Various Lurid Wnr Rlgna on tho
War Provisions Mttdo la Russian
Bolglum Votes a Lnrgo Sum to Build
tho New Cougo Hallway.
An Irish Olahop Nominated -Russian
Politics The Froncb bonate
Bwltserland's Army Tbs
IIkhmm, Juno 21. 'llio mnrrlngo ol
Prince Frederick LcopMd aud Princess
IxHiiso of Hi'hleswlg, waa solemnized Ihto
today. Tho Kuiperor and Fmprcas and
many royalties were present at both the
civil nnd religious ceremonies. A grand
banquet followed, at which tho Kaiperor
toasted tho newly wedded couple. After
the banquet tho LmMror and F.nipress
and the King of Saxouy departed for fctutt
8'irt. Rnaalnn foil I Ira.
8t. PrTRKsiifiKi, June 21. The Govern
ment proposes lo raise a new loan, the
money to be used in building strategic
railways and tortrcescs. Tho scud ollicial
pros hero daily attacks Italy, while tho
Czar aiiulia llaron de Msr'ochelti, the
Italian Auibaiwailor. At the lail state ball
the Cxar puMely ignored the presence ol
tho Ambassador until Miirochctli placed
I : .If i.. i.: i..i,... .i. .. .i. .
iiiiiwcii in ma .'iiqcaiy a aay, tucu uiu
liurun was accoiied an txtreinely told
franrta Ja.rpli's ptrh.
Yiiina, June 21 The speech uimlc by
Fmpernr Francis Joseph, on tho occasion
ol his receiving tho delegations, had a de
pressing influeuce on the Ylenna and tier
lin biMTsea today. The t'i ri JVcav says
that the Fineror's remarks indicate ileii
nilcly that the Idea ol conciliating Ituwia
has been abamloniHl, ouinrwiao the I'm
pcror would not have referred to liulgaria
as ho did.
The Asi.iilrm. Blot.
Paris. June 24. Tha trial, at An iron.
leme, of Mm. Inroitlede, Leguorrere and
Ijusant on the charge ol rioting at that
plate recently, was completed today. M.
1 leriillli,ln una aetmiltn.1 1.1 llin alinr,ra ij
resistiug the police, but convicted of the
charge, of rioting. I In was lined l-'j fraiuw.
SI. Ij'guetrere was UiiihI a similar amount
(or lliicaleuing tho polios. Si. liisaul was
rrr ! kw-nred.
Paris, June 21 lb ntes (ell hore tiday
on the receipt of a Iclogi am from S'.ms
burg saying that an alaiai was sounded
there early this uiornir.g and that the
garrison turned out in heavy marching
order. The Sort here Itailway will double
Its Murium, JH'lglsn ami (ivrman services,
tlm tncresso to be Toiiliiiuod duriug tho
YirNMA,'Jiuie 21. It is ststed now that
the sole reaMiu lor Count Andrasny's res
ignation from tho llung.iriau delegation
was the poor condition ol his health. !l
istiotkiuwti whst iulliienee cuiiaed the
reilifiiatioii ol Count Stipary, but uo lui
ioriance is attached to his action.
A Itaaerr tirn4.
Ili Bi.it, Juno 21 During a gala per
formance at the operadiouao last nlgiit in
honor of the wedding of 1'rlnce Frederick
liTOiiold and Princes Lmiaeof Si hliwalir.
the costume of tho Premier lSullenua look
lire aud she was seriuutly burned.
Ine Haw stallna?. '
PscrsKia, June 21 Tha Lourirr iU IWut-
rlli $ my t that Prima Miuistcr ISeruait, who
Is also Minister of Finance, will present to
Parhameul tomorrow a bill authorizing
the iuu ol bonds to lbs amount ui k'.'.-
UUU,UUU lor the new Congo railwey.
An Irian Hlahap Naaalnalatl.
Dint in, Juue 21 Thsmot.t lU-v. James
Cleary, Itouiau Catholic l'.lnhop ol King
ston, (int., has been nomiiiati-l to laillmhop
ol the thoi-eait ol Wutcrlord and lunire,
to sum-ed the Most Itev. Pierce Power,
Tna Srrnrk Wvnala.
Tari. June 24. The Snalo today
adopted tho bill for the improvement ol
thS harbors ol 1 herlniurg, tret and Toil
Ion. lha Chamber of Ik-nulii-a iiuul
the war budget.
Tlio Nbah af Ptraie.
rtafsxtiA, Juue 21. The Shah of Per
sia arrived here this morning. He had a
cordial interview with King lipoid and
was eutertained at lunchuon In tlie royal
Marehanls Trarlns War.
Iinkon, June 25. A dispaUh from
fKlesaa lo the Wy Ann says that war
clauses have been sd.h d to nuarly all llus
sisn private Coininemal sgrecuieuU.
IUsxx, Jims 21 The Council has de
cided lo borrow thrkom ol l,000,MK)
francs with w hich to puicbaso repealing
nllos for the sruiy.
tr4 Drr i PTil.
Ijonnon, June 24. lrni Charles Ileres
ford will soon be Spinted to the com
mand of an Ironclad, and will resign his
sest In Parliament '
A llanlanalal t aalrronee.
INnoN, June 21 tien. Iloulanger sad
some of the mt prominent of bis sup
porters will hold a conleruiico bore on
Ine Armnab nnmalar.
AitMAiui, June 21 the railwsy em
ployes rhsrgod with raiming tho recent
disaster have been committed for trial.
A Dying rrlareaa.
I)rxi, Juno 21-1 'rincre AuptHs,
sister of tlio tjueen of Denmark, is dying.
Ann amir, June 21 Tho South Atis
trsliau Ministry have reigned.
The Oklanoaaa tH4 I'ammlaataashlB,
Kaksas Ciiv. Mo., hvio 21 a special
from Topeka, Kss., lo the Jrnt states
that John M. (l.illoaav. tb" United Slalie
Land Cooiuilasionsr si t.uthne, ukts'
homa, was removed from his position to
day by United States Judv-o Faster. Mr.
Oalloway was one of those olllcinls at
Guthrie who were charged with having
used their ollicial position to enable thorn
to pro-eniPt choice tracts of land at tho
tiiuo tho Territory was opened, to the ex
clusion of bona fido homo seekers. Mr.
m. Allison, of Winlield, was appolnled
by Judge Foster to succeed tho deponed
MUs l.orjf Xrvlll.
P erlnl rlMt.'h to Tlio Aval,
W atkb Vai.lkv, Misa., Juno 21 Tho
remains of Miss Lucy Nevill, who died at
Galveston, Tex., Saturday last, arrived
hero last night nnd wns interred in tho
cemetery today. Sho wnt bom and raided
iu this comtmiuity, and bur death was a
shock to her het of friends in this city.
She nnd her sister removed to Jackson,
Tenn., several yeat ago, .where her death
will bo ns deeply lamented as here, Sho
sIfo hrtd numerous friends nud relatives in
Memphis. Tho (iinenil services wcro held
nt the residence o( Mm. McCiirly, on
Dupcv streeL by tho P.ev. W. T. Hudson.
f the llnptist Church, of which denomi
nation alio was a devout ami worthy mem
ber. Her remains were accompanied from
Galveston by her brother and sister, Mr.
Will evillsn Miss liettio .Nevill. snd
also by a faithful negro girl she had raised
Iroiu an inlaiit. A largo coucotirao at
tended the funeral.
The lire. William llrnry Itrrrher.
Ciiicaoo, III., Juno 21 Tho Kov.
William Henry IVcchcr died yewterday
morning at the family residence, llo was
eighty-seven years old nud his death was
mainly duo to his advanced ngt. Mr.
lleetdierawas ono of aeven brothers, sll of
w hom became tireachers aud all more or
less famous. The brothers are Dr. LMward
Hecdicr, now living in llrooklyn; Henry
Want, George and James C. Ilcechtr,
deii-s'd; Charles lleccher, of Wisox, Pa.,
aud Thouias K. lleccher, of l.ltnira, N.
Y. Ol thosisters, Mrs. Thomaa C. Perkins,
Iho mother of Mrs. FMwnrd Fvrntt Hale,
now lives in lloston, snd Mrs. John Ibaik
er and Mrs. Harriott lieeeher Htowe live
in Hartford. Tim funeral will be private.
The remains will be sent to Mount Auburn
Cemetery, Doston, for buriul.
Mra, Urn. w. IL Anderson.
Hrm-tal Dltl h lo The Awwl.
Nariivillk, Tenn., June 24. Mrs,
Susan O. Anderson, widow of Gen. Sam
uel 11 Anderson, at ono lima president of
the I tank ol Tciiiiewen snd sulncqticntly a
Confederate commander, is dead. She
waa sixty-four years old snd loaves two
II. I'. Marfan,
Pprrlut P!iKitrli Uilhi- A -L
Corn K.vn I K, Mins., Juno 21. ll.e 11 iu
at PitUlioro has claimed another victim in
Mr. II. C. Hoiloii, one of Calhoun Coun
ty's wealthiest and most popular rilizns.
He was sick fur only a lew das and his
diath was a shock to tho entire com
munity. A Cl.lNCaB PLAY.
The riral Kvar rreaented Iu New York
A Quaor Biblbltloo.
'f Youg, Juuo 21-TIhi llmt Chinese
play with Chinese actors ever presented In
this rily was given at the Windsor Theater
this evening to a lsigo audience of Goth
am's Cbineso and a sprinkling of Ameri
cans. The play was entitled 'hee ling
Tuiiinoo," which in F.nglixh slguilii s "Tliu
Itoyal Slave." The cjiupauy ol C'liiiicmj
actors was orgnuired in Oregon three veins
ago and rotiHirts of llllv Mongolians, from
8 o'clock to 11. ;W o'clock one Htviie sill
lit til (or tho staju settings, 'luka- Wing,
tho alleged greatest I liinese female imM-r-aonator
in Hie world, took the leading part
of Pfimt-a KungJoo. A queur and puz
zling exhihitloll wss prvarlih'd lo Ulnae (
the aildlelico not Chinese. It W.ISS llledly
ol grotesque ilimrliig to the (earlul mtinic
of a (Vlcwiisl bund at the rear ol the si ago.
The F.ngliali sudieiiee got tired in sn hour
and a ball snd left the Cluueeo in full
ARKANSAS'S HICKORY CLUB.
Ilrst Annusl Usellna' of the mate's
Leading Dernocratto Org anlsstloru
HUI lt-UItoTIr Afl.
I.ittls Kim s, Atk., June 21 The flrH
annual mifling snd elect ioii of ollicersof
the Old I In lory Club, the Icsding Demo
cratic orgauizuloli of the Stale, a a. held
si the rlubriMiins hu-t tilght. Col. Jus.
W. llotixe wss elected president, ('ol. J.
II. McCsrthy, first ice-president, and
Maj. John D. Adams, second vice provi
dent. Col. House silcet-eds ('"'1. It. W,
Csruth sii1 Mr. I- II. Ilolmnn ana elected
errvtsry to succeed Mr. Waller Terrv,
The Hull. Chiton 11 l'.n kiurnlge wss
present and msda an ehxpient and inter
eting sjMtt'h ol twenty miiiutea. Col.
Caruih iu retiring from tlm x-itlon of
prvuldeut made some very grstitving re
marks at the sucii-as of tlm club In the
past and llsrcitMiiiahlo hopte lor tlio future,
TUB TUHNKR rtSllVAU
Intereetlns Csrelsis aud Orest Enthu
siasm In Clnolnnatl,
Cincinnati, O., June 21 The Turnor
festival today on the Campus was devoted
to individual athletic contests, which were
uisde simultaneously In twelve sections on
the ample grounds. Whllo this was going
on all forenoon on the Campus, the shoot
ing section of the Turnnrs were ongsged in
a rifle contest on Frier's Hill. In the after
noon the exercises on the Campus were:
Jumping from stsnding, with running and
with pole. The Turners of sdvsncrd sge
also show sd in the late day what lliuy
On last Friday, while on the way to the
city, Wiu. Deltoid, of the Chlcsgo Yor
wartx Society, In boarding a railway car nt
liidianaK)lis, in full motion, wss throwii
against the railing of the platform. Today
ho died, aud It was luuud that his ller
had been torn In two.
Tomorrow (hero will be swimming con
huts In the Ohiu Idver, a mass proci-aaion
through tho streets and a picnic. Uu Wed
nesday there will lie a steamboat sxcursion
to Coney Inland.
FIRM IN JOHNSTOWN.
Twenty-Five Buildings Burned la the
Johnstown, Fa., June 21 A firs broke
outshoitly sflernoon today in tho lint
Wsrd and coiisuiiiikI all but three ol tho
buildings In tho district bounded by Mar
ket and Wsluut streets and by Main street
and lbs river. Twenty flvs bouses wcro
totally destroyed, including the large
brick school bouse. Many of the bull 1-
lugs destroyed had been wasbod from thoir
founilationH, though many of thcin con
tained household guods which had been
saved from the flood. Hut ostunll amount
of these poods were saved. The lire is
supposed to have eliminated from sparks
living from the binning debris in tho
neighborhood. Tlio Philadelphia lire
companies on fluty hew fought tlio (lfttnei,
which, for a time, got beyond tlieir con
trol, und wero only subdued by tearing
down houses In their path. The loss has
not yet been lixed.
PROPORTIONATE 1 A It IF TO.
Construction of the Law by the tutor
state Commerce Commlsnlon.
Ciiicaoo, III., June 21. Chairman
Hlnnchiird, of tho Central Tralllc Associa
tion, today received a reply to a request
thut the lnteiKt'ito Commerce Commission
make a titling ss to the It gnlity of propor
tionate taiilla. Chulrinnn Cooler answered
that the point was doubtful, and that the
CoinmiMion did not sn its way to a ruling
Hint such larifla could bo nmdo under the
law. He holds thnt joint through turills
may be made in which Iho proportion i.e-
rruing to i aeh road is Iiti than the local
rato fur the sumo diHtiince, hut questions
tho legality ol ono road making a pi'ojKir
tionnte tariff where there is uo agreed
RA1DINO TUB MOXMOXU.
Penteroat Hand" Oets Hovers
Treatment In Illinois.
Ciiicaoo, 111., June 21 A dispatch from
Tuscola, 111., says: About two weeks ago
a peculiar religious band of preachers call
ing themselves the 1'rnteemt Hand, siit
Kisedtobo Mormon mlKionnrits, were
driven out ol Pinesboro and their meet
intra broken up. They returned, and Sat
urday night nt the close of serviit-s tweulv
masked men entered the hull w hero tho
Hurting have Ihh ii held and stoned and
severely hiiiiilleiltbr liveallegtMl Mormons,
tore do'wu the doors und demolihlied the
windows. Mis. Yeiines, a convert, has
bit'ii king in a trsnre since Thursday
night, and iter Inrnds sro becoming anx
ious lor her recovery.
How Oov. Ksale, of Arkansas, Disposed
of Some Partisan Resolution.
FlK-rinl ltli b U Tbv Ail.
I.ittik li.xa, Aik., Jilie 24. Guv.
I jigle today rcc-eived ao olli. lal ropy of
tho resolutions adopted by the Kansas
la'ginlaturo lost winter censuring Arkansas
for Kilitiral crime aud calling upon Con
gremi to adopt nieasun-s for tho protection of
citizens in their political right. The Gov
ernor had them liled with the following
iu-cnplion: "Plmed tlpiii the shelves
of tho Arkansas Library as a living mon
ument lo tho ignorance and blind pri nt
out) ol the IyiHlnliire t-l the Si lute ol
Ihe rharnsarrullral l aw.rnlluu.
Ham FnAMiMO, (VI., Juno 21. The
Ameiicaii Pbarmau-ulical Asiulion
Coiiveniion convened hero today, tbo
President, M. W. Alrxsndrr, pnniding.
Tlm-e hunilrt'd and .evenly live ih legates
from all parts of tho country are in at
tendance. Mavorl'oiid aeleniiied Iho visitors to
San Francisco. Dr. K. A. Hurt, of t ihlo,
in ieNiiiM', thiinkid the eiti.rii of Sail
I rani ico lor the wclcomu sn orded ll.em.
Pn-ldclll Ali-siiiiiler tlietl ilellvrreil the
iqieliiug sdilnss, 'lln MemlM-r.liip I'mii
liultrti reported Unit during the year ItMi
applications fur luemls-rxhip have Imhii
acivpled, nud the total mi iiiIk isliip is
O'Uiti, Neb., Jimn 21 Tho work ol
forming a lloanl of Arbitration to adjudi
cate mutters tM-lween the Union Pacillc
liailwit)S nnd the llmlherhiMMl ol lroiiio
live Fngimi'is was rrmimel (hit morning.
Munniter H.ildwill will repre.i'lit the com
pany and Uhairmiin Yiinmian the engin
eer. Slid they will ilciide oil Iho third
man. The httnrd Is to coiimn! ( three
members, Mmingi r Haldmii suit Chair
man Yroo nuu submitted a bat of naiu
Inini which to lio-) tlm third, vet Ihe
third titan has not been named. It la rc
(K.rled that lien. John I', l oam is a favor
lie among the rnitiniM rs lor thir. I place.
Nrw Ham n, Coiiu., June 21 The an
nual cI.im dnv ezerc ses of the senior cla!
of Yuleocctirn-d this altein'mii rnd weie
slteiideil by 2.(KK) ivopl. The clan his
torians were Charles II. Slirrrill, of Waih
lutttoii; llowsril W, Yeiuon, llrooklyn;
JiM phS. Mc.M.ihon, D.n ton, O.; K l rt
T. I'liilt, Miliord, foil II ; Donald Mel'iin
llarstow, ol I nnhing, I. I. After I'm bis
tidies Wen- tea t, the rlu i w s plunh'd
near oue of tho w alls ol I lie in-w rii.iali.Jii
building, during which an ode w a sung.
The Ivv plantiil was a shp taleil front nn
ivy which covers a laiuuu css'le in Fntiue.
Man a Ma faaa Ihranah.
Wakiiini. ton, June 21 N.licltor Hep
burn has gieii an cpliil'.n tithe Secre
tary of Ihe Treasury thai then is nothing
in Ihe law to prohibit the l.i,nliiig of Cl l
lieo laborer w bo desire liieu-ly to pus
thiniigli the territory of llm Unite-i State
In triui-il. '1 lot q umt ion nro in an an
plicalion for tliu hiudiug at San Iraiiciwn
of a number of ChiiK-wi delmed to Cuba,
bond bsing ultrrvd for their ilepariure
(miui our leiritory. The appluatiou was
A w lalbolls lll-baav
ItosroN, Mm, June 21 The Vihft
special corTeMjinl"iil at IIoiiim cables to
dsy ss (ollows: "lbs very 1U.'V. A. Ysu
leviver, Adinisliator ol Ihe DiiH-eae of
Itu hiiiond, s., bs I Kin niiininnteil
llmhopol llm Nm) on stici i iou to Pmliop
keaiie, ima lU i lor of tho Ainoiic..u C ath
olic I mveisily."
! Mark lallrl
I sin aai oi la, I ud., June 24. Tne Sny
der Wiignn Works, of Dainille, lit., lulled
today. l.lul.ilitiiJ.'l,0(Kli Iho (Inn con
feitM'd jiidgmeut oil claims a'gn ir illug
iihoiit ll,ts, due to Ixiuks in Illinois,
Indi.diM and Ohio.
Mrrrrlsrj' bl.m's lllnas.
FH1 Pi.Mtill Iu lbs A'a-L
1 .it r i s Ida a, Ark., Jane 21 The Hon.
IS. II. Chimii, K-cit'lsry of State, list been
daiigrroiulv III for si-veral days with malar
ial lever, lie is slightly Improved today.
Wasiiisoton, June 21. MiiaR 51,
pane, of Utah, ha lcn splitlol Chief
of the AocuuuU Dimmoii Iu tlm Ocucisi
M'DOW ON TRIAL
Capt. Dawson's Murderer in Courts
A Jury Composed of Five Whits
Men nud Beven Negroes.
Tho Courthouse In Chnrlo3toa
Paekod With Engor People.
Tho BUto Boffins to Rubmit Itsl
Tostlmony of Witnesses Who Wers Near
the Fatal Spot at the Time of
the Killlua'-Tbe Attompted
lliirlul of the Corpse.
('iiaki.rsi'on, 8. C, June 21. This is
just hitch a ilny us the day on which Capt.
F. W. Dawson waa buried over three
months, ago. It bus been raining and
blowing for 4 hours, but neither tho cold
cast wind nor the raiu have kept the
peoplo indoors. Dr. T. It. McDow is on
trial for his lift charged with tho murder
of ('apt. Dawson. The courthouse is
packed, there Is not even Htauding room
left, all classes in tho community
aro rcprutculcd iu the assemblage. A
number of clergyman have secured seats
at tho bar aud will sit through tho case.
When McDow entered Ihe courtroom this
morning he was somewhat nervous but
quickly recovered bis telf possession, and
is looking ou with ss much apparent un
concern ns say ol the spectator. The
jury was formed without much delay. It
is coniMMed as follows:
A. MeClob, George Put'cr, Arthur Mid
dlelon, P. G. Mclnnis and A. U. Prince,
white; P. II. Alston, A. McKeuzie, J. M.
Iling, 11 Ksulau, Aletau-Jar Situs, W. If.
llurgeaa ami C. C. lslie, colored, five
white aud sevsa rolorsd men.
MclMw Is rupreeeuted by ex-Gor. Ma
giuth and A slier I), Cohen. Tho prosecu
tion will be conducted by Solicitor Jarvey
and II. A. M. Smith.
Mclkiw objected to all the while men
culled except live, aud selacted seven
negroes ou the psusL The Ilrst witness
called by the Mate was Policeman (iordon,
to whom Mellow surrendered himself
three hour after Ihe shooting.
John F. I'ukeu and August Fetch, two
well known citlteB, who rode In s street
car the day oi the murder with Dswson,
hut i lied that they coiivrrwd with him
plesKiintly and chuerlully ami saw no signs
of Irritation. IU got oil tho car uear bis
usual slopping place.
t. ii. iionlon, n policrman, tiwtifled
that bo was m-ar the scene ol the murder,
and Hull some one told him that a pistol
shot hud been fired, llo welitlo Mclkiw 's
houiH und saw his w ife sud child hurrying
out on Iho slreut. Than be went U
Mrliow's olHis? and kniM-ki-d at the door.
'Iheiliair wa slightly oin n and witneas
saw mans eve peeping at Mm. Ihe
door wss cloed. Willie hearil s Poise
n ihe oillie ss if s man wsa
hauling a bug ol roru acmes the
llKr. letter on lie saw Mclkiw come cut
ol bis ntlicK aud tfo lo the grocery rn the
corner. Mi Dow a hut wua Indented and
horv marks id iihilewu.li. His coat was
ali iliriy. Mclkiw, soon altcrwsid, lo
in mud lo hi olhie. WiIiicm then went
lo another psrl ol Ihe city and returning
nlnnit tl.ico hour bitnr saw Mclkiw drive
out ol llm yard. McDuw called him and
pnve liiiu.M-lt up, auyiug bo had killed
'.aid. Da a -on.
Dr. Michael, who made the t mortem
examination, explained the nature ol Ihe
Wound. He slated that from the course
nf tho ball the shot mu.t have been fired
from behind, lit also ti-stilled Unit when
lie saw Ihe bo-lv Ihe dead man had on his
f Intra and loid evidently l-cn regularly
aid out. T he Coroner and Ik'puty Coro
llel lestlllid to Ihe investigation
which led to the iti-a-overv ol the
attempt In c.uecai the bo-ly III the
cl .-t in the irsr of tho office.
Ad the i-lltvl snd clothing of the deeeased
were pill ill evnlutire and ideulituxl, alno
I he spade the murderer hsd Us to dig
the giave, the hall buruej cundlo lie bsl
UM-I to liht up the cellar, and a blood
stained towel lound in htsoUtre.
Pnlii-emau Fordhaiu, mlored, identified
Mi I ow'a list, showiug Ihe dent and
wliila-wash stains he hail nieived while
digging lln grave fr Daamn's laly. This
clowtl the le:un my for tlie day, and the
court adouiiied till uioriiiug.
fcltUTTINCJ UP H110P.
Outi ng the Canal Workmen Out of the
Pax am a, Juno 15. Mutters on (he lith
ium continue to Wesr a gloomy look and
one which will l.wl until thourauds more
of the men now here aro removed. Many
have gone, but ss already rctortod, there
ate in. i n y who liould be afforded the
lin ans (( leaching aolue place where Work
is lo Ini hud. Some buvo gone (rum As
piiiwad lo Pint I.iiuoii and Ore) town, but
at lli'iae lit tie pUci-a tl it re 1 small chance
for work mi n to find employment, sud A
nisjorliy of llio-e who went speedily left
for othi r I'M-alilica. The Peruvian Slid
Chilian Con. uls continue to txiy the pas
saues to the south ol imUtcS of Otuar coun
tries who doirv to tcturn to their homes.
Much activity i holed at Cttkhre, Ct en
sud l-a Ihcs, win re woik Is in pna1' S of
storing In the wotkihoe the liii'-enso
stotk ( inaleriui at Itu w ttct tloti-' slong
ing to the Piiiuui.i ( uniil Comji t ;. Mr.
Pri-geaiid, s imval enuitirer, is t charge
of the profeioiial Part ol lliir nqx'rtaiit
work si ( tilehra, where the i I'nilssnd
st. k ol valuable maibinen a uld have
tultereil heavy diumig iIh i t'iu rainy
Weather had ibcy liol Uh placed under
Atir.al Maa m l Mrr.
Pmin k.i, Ps.,Jutr .'I -iho new Mo
chanir Hall was ld.' tied to.lay, snd the
I'rro Maa mry ol M i.vlvaiiia has another
handaonif luonuiii' il Its greatness In
Pennsvlyaiii.i. s. . n I o ily to the uiagniO
tent temple in p". The solemn
services liulrd l-r ui li' ur and a half.
Thrv were ' ctlv t it soon! ante with the
titu.d of the ' rand l.lg
a. Ka.ktllla fraalolUee.
Sa.-:l .i.b letue Afa'.
Kami' i w .T- nn., Jiiiio .1. li isonuer
p n-iuai Ihe appointment of a sue- i !
,r lo r.vtuivtir Cinrry will not be.. . 1
till .! I. Misarm. Wootlcock Sud - r i
H'i a - re ' ') h Wn.lili'gion.