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ctos eomjirlieil by th States ol
Tana, MUtUslapt, ArkaO.
Ml, Alabama. Texas wad Low.
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thaa any otaar Bwspr t m
Tease, VlMtsstpal, Arkaa.
mm, Alabama aad Texas.
MEMPHIS, TENN.. WFDXESDAY, JUNE 2(5, 1SS9.
VOL. XLIX NO. 151
The French Maid on the Stand.
Denies Any Improper Inter
course With the Doctor,
Although He Kissed Her Twloe, but
The Pretty Maiden Thinks This Waa
Not at All Froper,
But Believes tba Doctor Would Have
Taken Good Care of Her Bad She
Consented to Marry Him
Charleston, 8. C, June 23. The trial
vat resumed this morning. The court
room was well filled and tho popular In
terest unubutcd. John II. Dovercaux,
Henry Oliver sod Mike Mogna wore ex
amined by the btalo (o esUtblisu McDow's
stiompt to bury Dawson's body after tho
'shooting. The evidence on this point wns
ovorwholming. ' The State thus fur bag es
tablished beyond question tho fact of tho
killing, the met that McDow shot Dawson
in the buck, and the fact thut ho tried to
bury the body.
The evidence of Marie linrdavron. Mrs.
Dawson' French maid, was the feature of
tbo McDow murder trial today, the was
brought here by Mrs, Dawson from Gen
eva, bwitxerland, two venr nco as eovcrn
. ees for her children, bhe is twenty yours
old and a haudsoine brunette, with dark
hair snd eyes, an Inlolligont face and
well developed form. bho attracted the
attention of every spectator in the court
room, fiho understands English, tint
siM-aks it imperfectly. An effort to have
her testify through hii interpreter was ob
jected to by Mr. Mrltow's counsel, and
sue spoko in j'.iigiiati. iier manner
was colloctd, snd throughout the or.teal
she bore herself with an air of inno
cence, bhe successfully combuttod nil the
attempts of Judge McGrulh, McDow'
counsel, to elicit otnclhim: that would
weaken her testimony. Her first meeting
with McIVw, she tos'ifled, wiis on tho
first of last February. Ho met her on the
stroct and asked her to run away w ith
him. bhe told him that she would uot do
' it; the would uot leave Mrs. Duwson for
anything. He met her frequently on the
street alter that and persecuted her with
his attention when she w an suing to school
Willi Cnpt, Dawson' children, and when
she was relurniug home. He visited her
several times at Capt. Dawson liouae.
wlien Mrs. Dawson was in Washington
and Capt. Dawson was nt woik in the
Arus and Courirr otlire. Ho sent her flow
vrs snd poetry and rave her watch to ro
member him by. He told her that ho hud
married German woman for her money:
Hint his mnrricd life was unhappy, ami
tlmt ho wanted her to run away with him
and mnrry him. MrlHw told her ho
could not set a divon-o from his wife
in Charleston, but would take w ituua lo
North Carolina and alter securing a di
vorce would marry her. bhriiveMclow
book bearing tho title "lletwixt lovo
and Law." Hie had never read it, but
knew about what its contents were. It
was, she raid, a story about a married
woman in love with a man. lu ber esse
the situation was reversed and was the
caso of a married man In lovo with a
woman. MclHiw had taken a photograph
from tier sud bad kissed ber "two times"
and "only two times." bhe knew that
McIViw's conduct toward her was not
Kroner, bho had never told an v ol Ciut
Dawson's family about theatrair. bhe did
no, love McDuw. bho felt for his miafor
tunc anil she had a feeling of kindness for
him. bhe believed aliu bad given her-
self to In in he would hnvo supixirtcsl lu-r,
bho believed ll while ho was talking to
The woman's story was told without ex
citcnienL bhe shrugged her shoulders, as
la usual with rrvncu women, when ahe
did Hot understand a urn. ion, but made a
good impression by her conduct on tho
The csuse for the defense will be opened
tomorrow, and perhaps McDow hiuiwll
will take the stand. The argument will
probably not begiu before Friday.
POLITICAL PU1BONEBS IN IRELAND
Cardinal Olbboos Olves Bis Opinion of
IUltimork, Md., June 25. Some time
ago the editor of the Dublin (Ireland)
i rrrman't Jimrnat sent rcqticet to a num
W of prominent men In the United
butos and Caua.la aaking them for an
opinion on the treatment political prison
era had received in In land durlug the peat
three years. Among the answers was tho
following from Cardinal Gibbon
''It-acrtil and )ear bir In reply to
your favor of the Dili ult, I brg to say that
a far as my opportunities eoablo mo to
judge. It Is the general sentiment ot our
thoughtful American people that the
treatment of political prisoner In Ireland
hat been exceedingly harsh and wantonly
severe, snd in that view 1 sm compelled
' to concur. Hut 1 hope that Ibis subject is
.' but a passing period soon to wi forgotten
or at least condoned, in Viow of tho bleas-
' ings of home rule, and the privilege of
I uitonoinv domestic aualrs wtilcli
ai'.hln your grasp, I trust that the friendly
relations between F.oglsnd sud Ireland
will Increase every day snd that the lonir.
unnatural and disuairou conflict will give
place to an honorable emulation la tlio
Held of commerce and industry, such ns
happily exists among tho buics ol our
The Commission Hear Complaints
Interest to Cotton Man.
Was it i xerox, June 25. The Interstate
Commerce Commission today took up for
hearing, separately, eoveru! complaints of
very greet interest to pnxlueer, shippers
and compressor of cotton, brought by the
New Orleans Cotton Exchange agnlnit a
number of railroad earners. They are as
follows: Tho New Orleans Cotton Fx
change vs. tho Illinois Central Ituilroa.l
Coinpnny; tho Louisville, New Orleans A
Ttxu Kailroad Company: (ho Cincinnati
New Orleans A Texas Fad fie; New Or
Icani A Northeastern Company, and oth
era. Tho commlMioii took up flrat th
romii'alnt agilnst the Illinois Central
Us 1 1 road Coiupaiiv. The complaint
this case is that the railroad company is
habitually making tiuiual and uurcaion
able charges for Lauiiug cotton from the a
towns and stations along its lines in the
cotton producing country to New Orleans,
ana especially trom l arsona and Aiiorduen
and intervening stations to New Orleans;
that tho railrora company with its connec
tions gives to New York and the New
F.ngland btAtes better rates than to points
bouth; that tho relative rates to New Or
leans are nearly five times ns much at to
the North and Fast, and .that tho tenden
cy of these rates is to drive the cotton
traue from Icw Orleans.
Ibe answer of the Illinois Centrnl Com-
pnny denies that it has been habitually
making unjust aud unreasonable charges
for hauling cotton; denies having received
from persons shipping cotton North and
Ivflut frnm flm vttrtn tkii.liw! in nnnntrti
a less compensation in tho aiigregnto thaun
it reccivou irom oilier pontons snipping
cotton from Aberdeen, l'arsona, Wicklill'u
and intervening stations to New Orleans
under like conditions, and it asserts that
if a les compensation in tho aircrcpito
had licen received ns alleged, the aor vices
were, diuercut aud not ruudered under
similur circumstances aud conditions; thut
by no act ol respondent has it given un-
rcHHonaoie preference or advantage to
Lowell, lloston, Now York or other Fast-
em cilios as charred, to tho undue and
unreasonable preiudico ot New Orleans
and locality. The respondent also says it
believe that in the matter of rail trans
portation charges from point ol production,
New Orleans enjoys tho full benefit due
to her advautageous position in reference
to mo cotton trado.
Promises to Lead to a Riot In th Lon
St. Louis, Ma, Juno 25. A special
from Austiu, Tex., says: The killing of
Ked Gibson, at Wharton, last ba'.urday,
by Kyle Terry, has stirred up bad blood
In W barton and the adjoiuiuu county.
Fort liuud, and there are grave fear that
the opposing faction will clash and much
blood will bo shod. The Governor last
night received the following telegram in
reference to the trouble, which has been
brewing for over a year
Richmond. Tex.. June 31. IhsOl
Gov. Rom, Austin:
County Attorney J. V. Meek la author
ized to report that na bherill of Fort llend
County I am unable to enforce the law
without a conllict ol anna, and to ask aa'
siatance from the btute to disarm the com
munity and enforce obedienco to the law.
T. liAuvty, bherilJ.
County Judgo C. M. Wcstou also wrote
Richkoxd, Tex., Juus 11, Issa.
Uot. Rnss. Audio:
Fnder tho present condition of affairs in
this county it becomes mvdutytootlicially
notny lour excellency that ollicprs ol '.ho
rounlv am itowerlem to enforra lh law
It is ImpoMtiblo to disarm the community.
and tho public peace and safety of tlio
county demands that it be done by soino
other power. U. M. mtox.
1 tie tiovcruor last night received tho lot
Cor. T. H. Kum
Kyle Terry killeI Red Gibson hero last
bat ur day. Fxauiining trial will be on the
(ith. A mob it seriously threatened, and
prisoner's life is in danger. Force at hand
Inadeiittnto to uphold the law. I'Uwaa or
der Victoria Ihtie here tomorrow to auat
mo in maintaining cace during tho trial.
J. IV. I toon,
bhoriff Wharton County.
In compliance with tho nbovo the iov
crnor)atnlgh'ordorod thoYictoria Kill n to
barton, and Una luonuug ordered (.apt.
Jones's lUngers to Iticlnuond. Tlio feud
is a tmliticnl one, but is not con lined to
Itepublicao ouono side and iN'inorrat on
the other, hut is a mixture, lHmcrala
and Kepubiicans, prominent ones, ton, do
ing mixed ii In each of the parties. T erry,
who killod (iibaou, is a son of t'ol. Terry,
of tlio famous Tirrv ' lUngura, and ha a
strona following, (iilmon, whom ho killed
win a prominent man and had scores of
Tbs kiostln; and Parade tb Most Buo-
csasful In Ite Blatory
CixnxxATt, O., ?uno 25. Tho present
minting r.f the Turnerband Is the most
sucrceaful one ever held. It is much larger
in the number of comrade and othor at
tendanta, and the arrangement have been
more adequate. Tlio extensive ground
used by the Order of Cincinnatus for it
exhibition of Its rcpn-aeuUllons of Homo
under Nero and the Fallot ttabylon, have
boon usud a tho place for athletic con
text, aa well a for the camping ground ot
tho 1,000 athletes. Anamphithentcr,with
eat fur 12,000 people, allorda the beat
possible view of tho exercises. Then tbs
weather hat been delightful from tho be
ginning, and today, which has been sot
apart for the great parade, seems likely to
bo everything that con! 1 l deal red for
that purtMwe. Th parade end In In wood
1'ark. on Mount Auburn, where a ireneral
picnic will tie held, and where the award
ing of prise will be made known during
The parado of today Is the most con
tpiciiotis foaturo of tho meetiuu. The
w hol lino of march has n profum ly
decratod by occupants of building until
tho streets sre one lino of color. 1 bo na
tional Hug and great quantities of tus n'
lioual colors, rod, a bite and blue, form the
principal part of tho decorations, Ihero
is a notable alisence of the German colors,
which on former occasion were much
more conspicuous. The parade wo formed
lu sixty divisions. Tho first two contained
member ol the various "1 urn circuits'
Iiresent, the third was rondo up ol the
.OS) activo Turners, the fourth of local
military organiutloiis, the fifth of Mien
nen hors and singing societies, and tho
sixth of Tumors.
Tlio city contributor! It Mavor, It
mounted police, it patrol wagons ami
portion ot it showy tiro department to
crsce luo wrmira. i no narauo Bianco
from Turner Hall, on Walnut street, alxm
10 o'clock, and paaao through theprin
cipul streets to lowool I'ark. Fvery wfiere,
eafH'cially in tho German portions of tho
city, tho street were thronged Willi en
thualustic and admiring spectators. Xho
invst strength of the Turnc rhund ss shown
by this demonstration as well a tho thor
ough discipline ami training, a tu made
apparent ly tho precision ol marching and
' ..... , . i
the porieci pnysirpio ol me activo 1 urnem,
made lasting impressions on th behold
o.'lal MIt'b lo lbs Arll.
Hi a mm. hum, Ala., Juno 25. A tragedy
occurred at Fly lon, r.ear this city, luat
light, which resulted in tho death of
young barber by tho nr. mo et Charli
Tucker. Tucker had been too lutiiual
w ith the pretty wife of Joe Courier, a hard
woikliig vilueu ol Filon, sad last ulht,
when Courter returned from hi work ho
found Tucker in a compromising position
ith his wife. Courter. without a word.
shot Tucker, killing hitn instantlv. Courter
then cscapod, and no ctlbrt has been made
to cutch him.
MRS. R. a BATES DEAD.
Tbo Wife of tb Ex-Prealdent Joins tb
FnKMo.NT, O., Juno 25. Mr. Hnycdiod
this morning nt half past 0 o'clock, after
passing tho night quietly. At 8 o'clock
lust night she becatuo much worse and
eraduully sank until the hour of hcrdc.v.h.
At the bedsldo were the members ot tho
family, together with Mrs, Mitchell, of
Columbus, a cousin ot (ion. Hayes; Mrs.
Huntington, a cousin ot Mrs Hayes; Lucy
Kcclur, Mrs. A. II. Miller aud the phy
sicians. All night long thnsorrowiiig fam
ily watched around tho bedside. Mrs.
Hayes lay motionless, aud but for the
faint breathing and the weak lluttering ot
tho pulse, there were no signs of life. Tho
anxious watchers, waitimt only for the in
evitable cud, were bowed with, grief, and
scarcely a word was soken tbo long night
through. The physicians kept in the
background and the iauiily wua ulouo with
their loved one. in vuln they hoped lor
sliuht rally that might come before
death so that she could recouuixe end
speak to thorn. As morning duwuod tho
hold of life grew weaker aud weaker, and
finally tho spirit took flight. In a voice
hoked witb enef the physician an
nounced that tho end had come and the
family's Ions viuil closed in prostration
and grief. Gen. I laves and bis lour grown
sons, Jlurchurd, Wcbh, Ku.ld and bcott.
were deeply affected, while rannie is
nearly prostrated w ith griof and her long,
slcoiitcas watch at her mother' bodaidu.
The entire city la in mourning and Hag
are at bull-mast, lolcgrama of condolence
havo been received from many tricmls.
among them 1 'resident and Mrs. Harrison.
Iho funeral will take pluce rriduy.
Tb Republican Squabble Oyer tb Naab-
Bperlal Pbpalch toTh. AppraL
Nash vi LLt, Teun., Juuo 25. Col. David
A. Nunn, who was recently appointed
Collector of Internal Hevenuo for tho Mid-
dlo District of Tennessee has eshiblished
hcsdiuarters in the Maxwell House aud
was visited today by a largo number ot
prominent Kcpublicam from different por
tions of tho btate. Among thorn were
Congreasmnn-cloct Fvaus, (Jen. W. W.
Murray and Walter llrownlow. CoL Nunn
stated that hi nephew, David A. Nunn,
Jr., had been appointed hi chief clerk
and cashier and that so fur no other ap
pointment nad iH-en ma.lo.
tonirreaaman r.vans. when asked about
the rorUd statement of 1'oatinaMcr-Gen
crul Wanamakar, lltat hm wniiM appoint
as postmaster at Nashville any applicant
whom tlio ttirv Congressmen would unite
In recommcixhng, said he had no doubt
this would le done if the Congressmen
wouid aitree. lie did not ay they could
not agree, but said he had nut been asked
to Join the other. He declared that per
sonally ho had no Interval in tho appoint
ment, except to see that .Nashville would
have under tho lieptibli.au administration
the best wistal service iwsihlc. As for
himself ho bad examined Mai. Willis's in
dorsement and favored his appointment.
BTTBB UORPUINB ROUTE.
A Barber SatUs Up til Bustnes and
Iben Crosse Over.
Spw lal Pl.lrb tu The AmL
Cm ttaxishia, Tcnn., June 25. S. I J-
bertuan, a barber, who ramu to Chatta
nooga a few month ago from Cincinnati,
where he condu.ted a shop on Third
street near Central a veuue, suicided this
morning at tho Ixikout Mountain I'oinl
Hotel, taking a deadly d. ot morphine
nd chloroform mixed. I.iU'rmau made
all preparation tor hi rih ct Ho went
orer town and paid up all account, left
In aatch, money, and several diamond
he wore with his wife, tclline: her Laws
going on a brief visit and was sfruld ho
would lose them. He went to tho J oint
ll.,ll m I...M I. A f.. tl,., nl..l.,
and thf morning wa found dead in hi
beL No catiso wa asaigned for In act
except that hi busim wss not good.
There are rumor afloat that hi domeatie
relations were not of the most pleasant
kind. Iliiwifo I a moat beautiful wo
man and they havo btcn boarding at
Yolgt't Fa luce Hotel.
Oal.gates EUcted, a Mafoiity of Whom
Are Favorable to btona.
Frl DUlrh to Tin A l
TixicA, Mis., June 25. Tlio Iemo-
rralio County Convention met here today
for the purpaM of selecting delegate to
the btaU Convention. C I- Itjbioaon,
II. C. Myers, Ii. C. Irwin, W. J. Nelson,
(i. W. Foster, Ike Nathan, Henry Durfeo
nd It. F. Abbay were selocled a tlio del
egates. J he dcleirates go unlnstruclcd lor sny of
the Hat offices, but are bound by the
The majority of tbo delegation are
favorable to Gov. btona. M.wrs. Govan.
llemlinrasy, J. J. Fran, M. M. F.vana
ml J. 1L i'realon, candidate, wero pres
ent and addrcaaod lb convention.
Kim-lal Pliixt. h to 1 b A.L
Lim a Kovk, Ark., Juuo 25. Tlio Ar
kansas Granite Company, of thiecitv, La
been awarded the coutruct for supplying
tbo city of Loulavillc, Ky., with IKK) car
load of gTanite for street paving. Tlio
contract a as won by tbo Aikansii com
pan yon sharp roniKtition with bidder
from other btatc. This is the third city
using Little ltotk gtauit fur paving pur
posca. K. ft r. Iellesl a New Hall.
Special Idipalrb to Hit Apial.
I.itti x IIimh, Ark., June : . The new
KnlghU of 1'ytuin Hull in this city, built
specially for the purpoto and the hand
omr.l In the blale, la being dc.li. uled lo-
uluht with a irtatid ball. Iho order la very
troug here, and a numlwr ol Knight are
in all' iiJaiic from dillerviil part ot tho
(lea. ameraw Urowlng Weaker.
Laxcasikh, l'a., Jun 25. Ocn. Came
ron continues to grow weak. r. Hi (umily
are gathered about hi bedside and are pro
pared for the end. which may come at any
iiimnwit. At Iho sainn lima li lucre
hinld be no st"!! ot weakmva similar to
ihQonomlii. b aliui ked him lad evening
L in.ry turuv tbo uigbt.
MonstorMootingof Liberals in Dublin
Prince) Victor Napoleon Indorsos
th Manifesto of the Rijht,
In Which tho Action of the Repub
lican Majority la Condemned.
Russia's Relations to bo Unchanged
Tbe Body of tb Woman Recently Found
In tbe Thame Identified Ws
Bbe a Vlotlra of Jack
London, June 25. At tho meeting ot
the l'urnell Commission today Mr. loscph
Edward Kenny, member of Parliament,
denied that ho had Introduced LeCaron
to Mr. Sexton. He never knew the man.
Ho further declared that he would not
admit such a man to hi house, as
ho showed by bis face thut he
could not bo trusted.
The thaniaer af Itraall'S.
Tari, Juno 25. in the Chtmbor of
Deputie this evening M. Leguerro asked
leave to interpellate tlio Government In
regard to tho violation ot Parliamentary
immunity which tho authorities of Angou
leme had committed in causing the mt
aud detention ot M. Laiaant and himself,
Prime Minister Tirard, hi response, de
clared thut tho Government would leave
the niniter for the Chamber to decide. He
considered, however, that it would be best
to poatiiono discussion of the subject until
Friday, In order thst there might be no
delay In the consideration ol the budget.
M. Leguerro Insisted on immediate d
M. ie Mabcy uryed thut the mutter be
postponed until tho army bill was ilis-
M. Andrieux taunted tho inoderaU
with being more ministerial than were tb
ministers llieu:.elvea .
M. Madier Dejuuer announced Ihe In
terpellation of M. 1-rtguerre a an attuuint
to obstruct the pasftagi ol the budget, lie
waruc.l the licpuhlican to take rare that
they full into tho pit their ciicniic bad
preturoi lor iheiu.
.ti. Ma.iier 1 Timer s remark were
greeted witli applause by the Ix-ft, which
imviised M. 14-jeunn and he shouted
derisively: "Can illcl ' A scene of dis
order ensued. When quiet waa restored.
M. 1.4 j miie aiKilolar I for his exclama
tion, but the President censured him and
excluded him from tho chamber.
A wit inn to Postpone lha Inter iwllnt ion
mum uitu vurnuu uy a TiKil ol atlj to .il.
ih.ui.ix, wiino ij. iae nwin i.vrni.in
(incur in an article qtimmaiijuug lite hi
lory of bwitzerlund' hciitriitlty since tho
Vienna Conureai, vm: bwiiserlund ho
altered her Internal (Vnalitution and in
fringed the stipulutloii of the Congn-a.
Prussia, Austria and France, in IS is.
siTVed notice Uon bwitxerlaud that they
would not fulfill Iho obligations thrv had
taken upon Ihcmselve toward her unless
he preserved Intact tiio condition uikiii
which her neutrality was basod. I'.ut fur
ther than this, the rights ot Switxvrlaud
are not eatablisbed merely by the mslntit-
nunc oi neutrality, nor is this principle
exclusively dominant In deihiim Urn ol.li.
gallon ol hwltaerlanil In other power.
Iho accepted d.Mlrine of International
luw provide that no btate ahull loleratu
witluu it boundaries any act or effort
that are Injurious lo othor Males. 1 his
priuciplo apphe with especial lone In the
case ol a country wIksm naulrality, invlol
ability aud iulerity are guaranteed by
other K era. It a Male ill tin Mitiou
loleraie. or In any way proiooha auch
acta, ll iufrinire tbs privilege which ha
been connxled lo it by the guaranteeing
powers, llielirvaru ol privilege la more
llncraut when the btata ts-conu a party to
etlorts against the safety nf a neighlxinng
Mate, or exercise its aiitbority to prevent
it neignnor irotn waruiug on bustllo In
Mel Bc.rre t.waMaa.
Pami. Juno A lite Government Is of
opinion that tbs eenteix-cs imjsj-wd at An-
g.ulemo upon M. Dcrouledo and M. La-
gucrre were not M-vetw enoutth, and ha
lodgeI an appeal to have tbs Judg
luent of the court set soldo and the coae
retried. Tho Ilonljiigcr, Imperialist and
Monarchist journals are jubilant over the
result of tho triul. and i bamrteriio It aa
another blow at the truvnrnmenL
Prlnco lrtor Nalou haa written a
letter indorsing th sentiment exprea-od
in the uianilestool Iho inemheis ol the
Itigbt In Iho Chamber ol llepullct, in
aincii i no action ol tu lti puLh.uu ma.
iority ia condemn.-.! and an ps al made
to the ople to unilu in the name ol
I ran.-a and liberty agsuiat rnrliamunt and
f. n.lalily. Hi Prince say government
base.1 upon tho aoverniKniy ol the people
cun alouo Insure gr. ulu. a aud prnierily
10 me nation.
Her Rata Maalet.
lyOxiK.x, Juno 25. Tlio nam of the
woman w boss body was cut up and throw n
lulo the Thame reeeirtly, waa Fllialth
Jackson, Hhis fact hs been esUblshed
by scars on lbs body sad by the clothing.
The woman wss of low character sud wa
in th habit nf frennrnting common lodg
Ing houses in Chelsea. Hie waa lust Seen
slivo on May 31. The theory that she Wa
s victim of Jack th llipjwr is again re
Kaasla's rare aa HalarlaBa I aeaaaaatl.
bT. PsTSMant'Rii, Jen 25. Th Journnl
at M, I'lirrmburg make no comment upon
th ptoch ol the Fuijieror of Austria to
tho delegation, but In an editorial articlo,
whlcl occupliM) a prominent jvatition in
the lier. It reuiaik. thai Iluasiu' foreign
relation are unrhaii.rd and rxprcsse th
bop that peace may be maintained.
Tk Ifsw MlaUter Arrlyea.
CoxsrAkTixon.s. June 25. Mr. IFrsch,
tho new American M. ulster, hss arrived
here. Mr. btrrnus, hi predvcssir. hat
Well. TAbal af Ut
r.tm.ix. Juno 2.V.-The tatoincut that
there were no Gertns-i ofl'rlal at tho rail
way station to meet th Cxarewiuh of
Italia when h Mopped here last night on
hi way to Stuttgart waa not In aceordaneo
with tbo fnrts. llo wa greeted on behalf
of tho German Government by Gons. Von
l iipo and Aliscbko.
Walehlng; Ihe Heliiveas.
Rkrnr, June 25. Asa result of tho com
plaints ma.lo by foreign power of tbo
actions of Socialist and other in Switzer
land, the Government bu npKiute.l a
puruumont public prosecutor in order to
strengthen the control of tho police over
tho movements of refugees.
Meeting: of l.lbrrnl I uloulsls.
Drill.!!, Juno 25. Tho l-jtyrem say
thut lxird Salisbury has Imen invited to
preside ut a monster meeting nt Liberal
Unionists to be held in Dublin shortly, ll
savs he has accepted tbo Invitatiou, and it
is likely that the Duko ot Argylo w ill no
Herelveit Hllh br.nl l.ulhn.lnin.
fijirr.iAHT, June 25. Tho Finperorand
I'm press and the King of Saxony arrived
hero today. The Emperor and F.mpress
wero recoive.l Aith great enthusiasm by
tho people. The tlnvt were crowded and
tho uuildiugt decorated.
M ill Nat Aarea lha Neheaae,
Paris, Juno 25. Tbs Government will
refuse to agree to tho schema for the con
version of tho Egyptian preferred debt
unless England give guarantee that she
will evacuate r.gypu
t'raarra Jaatli Make a VatNl liupre.
DkUiaAPR, Juno 25. Tho speech of
Emperor Francis Joseph ho made a
fuvorublo impression lu bervia.
Daly aa I'aaer rala.
6r. Pktkiisiu ho, Juno 25. Tho import
duty on paper pulp ha been raised Xt
8T. JOHN, TUB BAPTIST.
Colebratton of His Day by tb Mason of
Sliertal Plipst.'li In lb. AiL
AnnHDKKN, Mb., Juno 25. Tho mem
ber ol Aberdi-cn, IxaJgn, No. 32, cole brat'
ed the anniversary ot bt. John, tho Hup-
list, today at the courthouse. Tho mem
ber marched (mm tho lodge at the Tern
pie Opera house to the courthouse, where
a large crowd of invited guest hud assein
bled to hcarsn address appropriate to the
occasion. The ceremonies were oieiied
with singing by the members el the Epis
copal "hoir, followed with s prayer by
Ilroliier F, U bpratruins. The addresa
w thcu dollvered by the lU-v. A. J.
Miilcr, the orator ot the day. and the Item
ediclion waa pronouncod bv the licv.
Georiw W. lMviurds. Alter the cereuio-
nio tho crowd adjourned to the court
house grounds, where a basket dinner
wa spread. Altop'ibcr ll waa a most en
joyable aindr. and w aa turge'y attended,
iii'any coming In from the counliy to par
ticipate. '1 be Aberdeen Fpok and Chair Factory,
K IL Listen, prtwdeuL will comuii nio
busiiieM ul an early day.
The iK'iiiocratic prliiiurle, to nominate
candidates ! eouuty sud leuislalive ul-
ticca, will be held In this eouuty next
Al New lla.ir, NlM,
SvUI PUtWi bi 1 1n' li ul.
Coukkvii I x, Miaa., Juno 25. Tlio eel
cliratmii of St. John's Day by the Mj.soiis
of tho 11. lUy 1xle ut New Hope today
was an event which will remain within
the memory ot tho !,".)) petiplu preaout a
long as memory w ill lust, and the bounte
ous feast prepared for tho occasion by the
fair matroui nt the liumc liato neigiilsir
hood will often ls thought of In day to
come by thoso lilted witli a wild yearning
for good things spread beneath tho ru-tio
shade of ov.uh inking o:iks. The address
delivered by Mr. Joseph Newbergor, of
this place, was such as la seldom, if ever,
equaled by lha leoling orators of the
present day, and hi touching illusion to
the link ul charity to all mankind which
bound Masons of Ihe I'm led btute lo
Ihe sufferer st JuhnUiwn, l'a., waa grand
In the extreme. Anionu the visitors from
this place wor J.wph Nealx-rger, W. I.
Kennedy, F. D. Heruu, K M. I J. F.
Kellv, A beer Wiiuberlv, Ird Uraunon,
Wade Kelly, H. It. ll't, N." M. Coker.
Mis Minnio Ibma, Mrs. ItuUi llaud
Mrs. N. M. Cuker.
Ib Paopl ol llslana. Ark., Uave Tbalr
Kaliglou Fervor Htlrrsd Up.
Siiei UI llfUblo1b A.al
llr.i.kA, Ark., June 25. The church
going snd the lion-chunh going xipula
tion of till place have never bocnatirrod
up before by religious meeting like they
have been for the hut thioo week by the
revival meeting which roucludcd lust
night, and which acre conducted by Maj.
J. II. Cede, ot Chicago. All clae and
aorl of rilixeii t.s.k n unusual degree of
Intcreat in the meeting. Judges, busi
ness men, plsnler snd prof.-ssioiml men
nd laborer hove lietiu reached through
the ablo and cnaclinllMis laUir ol the
able revivalist. Men of Ihe highest social
tanding'soin who wer addicted to ex
crsalve whisky drinking and liioriihiuo
eating stal up al the meeting and gave
ihuir I'Xpi-rieiices, and promUed reforma
tion. At tbeao meeting all thechur. hr
were mixml up so thai on could not tell
to what denomination any of the hundred
or more convert Ixlonird.
Ms). Cole, who wa a Federal officer
during the late war, dunng tho rourao of
hia later meetings expreswd Ins loye and
admiration for the xuplo igalnst whom be
fought, and paid llietn a high and mag
nanimous tribute, to th ritiwutof Ar
kansas more eiecially, t hist night'
meeting, held in the caeloua Molbodlsl
Church, lb building waa packed lo ita
Utmost capacity, peoplo being comolled
to tit in the windows and crowd the pul
pit, Mai. Cole left today lor Ocean Grove.
N. J., wlinr ho gsi to Join hi Invalid
wife, oiborwis he wouid hav rooiulnud
in tbi bialo during Ihe summer.
Rrerelary Iraey'a ISealal.
Wasiiixnron, June 2-5. Secretary Tracy
authorise an emphatic denial of th sloiy
that hi recent vialt to th New Yotk
Navy Yard wss connected with or attended
by lb wholesale diachanrs ot Itemorrutic
employe. Tho Secretary aay that these
di hargv are alleged to Lavs occurred in
the department ol Master Machinist How
all, but the Chief ol tb Duroau ol En
gineering I authority for the statement
that theie ha been do reduction of Ihu
force employed there. Instead of a lHl
lieo. y, the ltur.au ol Engineering ha bad
.liplti of money set apsil for the New
York N.ivv Vur I lr the Past three months.
01 Ui V'' Pr IV April, tV1
not expen.lod; of tho May allowance of
$7,000, tho sum of l, flu.") wns saved, and
for tbo present month there ia$S,,rKH) avail
able, nil of which will bo e xtcnlcl, st
orders to that ellecl Have Ih-cii sent to
New lork. secretary Tracy Suva that he
lias given iiislrucli.uis that in making .lis
cluiruea er reductions of the foicu of work
ingnieu at navy yur.U no heed ia to be
paid to politics aud no cotisHlrrittiiui uiven
lo the fact thut n man la a Democral or
ltcpiiblicaii, but elliciciicv, pure und
iuiple, ia to Ut the test.
Commencement Exerclso and Awurd of
Mudala Tbe Bitnguet.
BpecUt Iiuilch to Tim AH'al.
O.vKoiti), Miss., J tints 25. Commence-
ment exereise began here Friday night
viilh declamations of tlio Heiiiiau Ss iety.
The first medal waa awarded to Eugene
bykea, second to Ttiosiina ltra.lv. Satur
day night declauiiition by the l'bi Sigma;
first medal, John It, Cocke; second, John
li. Turner. Sunday morning tho Uev.l'r.
Wu.ldell, ot Clarktvilie, Teun., delivered
(ho commencement sermon in tho univer
sity chapel before s largo aud appreciative
audieiitT. The text was from tho Proph
ecies of Jorcmiiih. Monday morning was
prire declamations by the sophomores; tlio
medals havo not been given out yet. Mon
day night, debate by senior class by joint
meeting ot Ihe two oclutii. Subject
'Resolved, That Iho combination of capi
talist is mors to be dreaded than a com
bination ol societies." Fpcakors for Iho
aillrmntive, John lice and Samuel A.
Wilkinson; for tho negative, J. (j. Fill
hiigh and Win. Mlcuiingway. The ques
tion was decided lu favor ot tho negative.
Mr. Hons received a medal from ihu ller
maiia, Mr. FIisIiukIi (mm Phi Sigma. All
the SH'aker delivered tlieinscl ves in the
moHl cro.litublo miiuper and received
much applause from tho Lugo und rvllned
"This (TuesJuy) morning, al 10 o'cl.H'k,
wa junior, nn exhibition consisting lu
roineliilve debute for the aniilveraarian
snip ot tb l'hl Sigma Sis iety. Ou.ttion
tor delaile: "iiusolvcd, Thai the right of
suffrage, be exleuded to woman." The
speaker In tbo llirmalive were Frank
) Inline, Ibirllett F. Jouea, Herbert A.
Shields; in the negative, F. Lamar Koss,
Joint A. Franklin, Le muel F. Oldham.
Al Oo'cl.xk Ihero was bau.piet at the
couithoiise. t'p to till hour tbo follow
ing distiiiguleh.-d gi'titlemen have ssiken:
The K. v. Dr. Wa.llell, who was Chancel
lor at the I'nlvcrsity for sixteen Veais;
Judgo Clayton. Judge Wiley P. I Inn is,
Ju.lgo llivce, of K-arcy, Ark. Tbo bail
.pu t Is great aucccas, and a larce niiinls-r
of .lutinuishe.1 pi'opl.i are present. IK
side those lueuituiivd is llisl.op tia.luaay,
of J act son.
The fair lad.e of OxforJ attend with
grace to the aunts ul tho eueits ut tho
iNiu.piet luble. The loan ia full of x-ople.
Among others today wa lieu, leather
A aad event occurred today lu tbe in
stant death ol hu litlloliino-veur-olds.il
ol the Key. T. W, Dvc, by tbu accidental
ilischurga til a turret cun ol aitoltinr '
Ibirlei'ii-yeiir-ol.' V.v. i his ix-riirre.l on
Ihu public ..jiiaro abonl !.:m o't lock p.m.
A FLURKV M OIL
A l.lvsly Diy on the rioor of tbo P.lts
Piitsiii Ho, l'u., June 25. The excite
luent which came Ji-lerday loeiiliven 'he
eveiv-day monotony of tlio lb sir of the
Oil Fxihange waa resumed this morning.
Appaieiitly every meuitx'r was on the
ll sir l. iig Is l..r tbe oMning. At II Ho
o'cl.x it Itioker 1. N. Iliibai.la siuiotiuced
hi Inability lo fulllll bis con'r.uU Tie
failure caused no surpiisc,n it was kn.mn
hu wa riiigbl on tbu short side yes
terday. Mr. I(n IiupIs said Unit nolxsly
should l.ste by bis failure, which aat
f..'J0. It wa tex.rled at :I,MK on the
Ibajr, but Mr. llitliurdssay the fonner
Taking It to I true Hint Ihn Standard
did trke the 3,rH.si.i barwU o(T the pro
ducer' hands, theie ran lcbut one theory
on yesterday' ail.l advance. Tint ia,
alter doiiut so, instructions wet g.v.-u
their brokers to put tbo msrkel to the
option prieo, winch was tM cents; that
while bidding to do this, tho trade, espe
cially tu this city, Istsiii panic stricken,
took Ihn tnuiket Iroui Ihu Man lard' con
trol and rushed ll to ll.Oi Then the
theory Hint tbo Standard did not desiro so
add a market uor want pun s ubovo the
tilct nl hue aeeiu evident from the lad
that their brokers put iho market he's
promptly lo tkl cents and Usually cl.sx'd il
up for lb day at that lUu.o. It ia n..
knoa n to a certainty belli, r llin Staiel
urd did or did Hot lule the liust oil ell lli.i
bauds ot Ihu pro.lu.-or. and if ihey did,
aliuthrrtho pricowss IK) n ills or a ithin
five ixuts p r Uinel either wy (nun li t
Water Valley Makea All Neeessury Ar
rai.samsnta Jim-Crow Coacbs.
Svl.l li.l. b loTk A.(-l.
Watxr Yai l r.v, .Mb., Juno 25 All
rrangi-meiil niM-es-ury tor Ihu entertain
m.iut ol Iho lest hers alio cxptt t lo attend
tho Northwestern Tea. hers' Ats x intion,
whUh meets In tins city next week, hav
Is'on tnado. A large iiumlH-r ol Ihn mem
ber havo signified their intention of Is'Ing
present. A Very iiiten-stiug uircting of
the asaoclulion is slitl. iM.ted.
Since Ib recent decision of Ibe Supreme
Cou it In regard to the constitutionality of
lb law coiiixlliiig railn.l lo (uriiish
equal ccoin"inxlulions for negr.Ma, a jun
t row coa. li I bow Rttache.l lo every pis
ix ngcr train on lb I lliii.ua Ce"t al. Hie
iieg.u doe not tuko kin l'y to tbo urrangi
mcut, Orwlaallaa af Btaakla.
Cist in tu, (., Jun 25. Tho gradua
tion and ordination exercise of the He
brew I' nion Collego will be held Friday,
Juuo 2S, at Dr.Wiau' Ti mplo. The name
of Ilia new rabbi and lb congregations
lo abb h they huve been appointed arc;
lleiuian F'.kina, of lluttfotd. Coon., rabbi
ut bait Lake City, I'tah; William Fried
linn, of M. luls, at Denver, Col.; Most
iilee, of Newstk, N. J., at Chuttauoogu
A'lolpli Out. hinseh.T, ol Chlraci, al t-urt
Wuyne, Ind.i William Kosenaue, of Phil
adelphia, at (huuha, Neb.: Isaac Itytiina,
of New York Clly, at Evausvllle, Ind.;
Max Wortheimur, ol Ibiil .lo, N, Y., al
Dayton; Cbarlc levi, ot Clncliinali, ss
sistuiit rabbi si Ir. im.'i Cbun h al Cln
cimiuti; A.lolph Grssunin, of Chicugo, as
sisiunt rsbbl al Dr. Kuhlvr' Church, Now
And tbo Interest Increases Hourly,
It Looks alf the PlalntlDT Knew Not
His Own Nam 9,
So Many Aro tho Nomenclatures of
tho Rov. Howard,
At Ono TImo an Attornoy Under
tho Namo of Howlett.
All Classes of Peoplo Neglecting Their
Builno.a That They May Attend
tho Trial, Pecond In Interest
to John A. Murrsll.
Ksrlul Pll.'li lo The Appr.il.
Jackson, Teun., June 25. Tho Howard
ruse opened this runrnitiir by defendant'
counstd readimr art articlo written by
pluintitr and published iu hi paper, the
7'i ik Hunlitl, In tsstv. Snid article made a
vigonui attack upon the Southwestern
l'.iiptist I'uiversily, of this city.
Pluiutilf counsel obj.-clod, and a
lengthy and heated discussion ensued be
tween counsel on both side at to w hether
such testimony should go to Ihe jury or
not. After consuming toveral hour in
speaking and reading various authorities
the court ruled thst these newspaper arti
cles written by tho pIslnlilT snd published
In his paper should not go to the jury as
testimony in the rasn.
Tho first witness introduced wa C. C
McDiiniel, a llaptist minister ot Pino Top,
Henderson County, Tenn. Ho said ho
formed the acquaintance of Ihe plaintiff in
issdi Ho (old him (hat he wa from
Ixiwer Edmonton, !uJou. Ho told wit
UOH that tho Southwestern Ikiplit I'ui
veraity would not do; that the teachers
and ii.nnnw'cr went rotten lo Ihe core.
Plaintiff und hi counsel have been re
lylajfor u ivs upon the gniuiid (hut
nothing could U brought against his
character iu.-e Ihu date o( hi conversion.
That tht.t grave charge, su. b as eloping
wnh another man's wife, asaiK-ialing and
alecping with hc.'riK-a, and many other
corrupt in is, were all prior to his conver
sion. Tho testimony of tho following
witnesses, embracing Hum ol Ihu very
I .est men In tho bluto, testify lo Ibp con
trary, ll will be seen that plaintiff told
them that ho was converted under tb
prcuching ol Spiugeou at an curly aire,
even before ha came to America.
Tho It. -v. T. G. Webb, lluptist minister
of Ibis city, w.ia then placed llpoq th
stand. llo'lc.Wllod thut p!iillti!f .old blot
that be waa ton veiled under thu pr.ch
lug ol SpurgiHiu Ixdore he came tu Amer
ica. Wilnexa lx lug asked the meaning ol
i conversion said it iiw ulit to cbsngu; lot tba
ai.kcd Mini I oi-hUo bis way., I bo nn
nehiiHiiis man bis ihoiights, and fin u uulo
God. and He Mill abiiiid.inllv lur.lon.
Or. G.Hiive Everett, of Trenton, testified
that he knew pluiiiiilf, and heard him aay
bo was converted under the ministry of
bpiirgivui, und gloried in the fact that lie
convert, d under the erculest pnacbwr
til the wot Id.
lfHieti.Dii ot Mr. I'.va D, Itiiwtt, ' of
Cokinlon, Tenn. She met planiiili in
I -HI in ovingtou. lie P'ld her he wa
coin cried under Spuri-ou' preaching;
a ii,l Ina lather lived HI lxndou, and Wa
J. 11. Weaver, a I'uplisl liiluiater o(
Nu.,bville, Tcnn., was culled, lie said he
heard pliiinlitl say, 111 la ,4, ibat he ta
convor.e I under Spurg.sia. Nhiio Inn
ufier iti-it he heard plmutilt say, al Hum
I ol.lt, Tenn., thai ho aa converted under
tier p.-eachnur of a IcIhI Geoii-i
prvit. her. Willie Was asked what coll
siitiit.vronvcn.ii.n. He said it was re
generation - 1'ie new birth.
Tbu licv. W. II. burton, of this city,
aid Ihe plaiutifl' I tld him ho wa cou
verted under spurge. .n' preaching.
J. I. Harder, of Hutiilsil.lt, staled Uiat
l.oheird pluiiiiilf say thut he wa con
Verted under rpurgeon' preaching.
J. W. N. Itiirkcti, ol (hit city, said that
plaiutill told loin that ho wa converted
under the preaching of bourgeon.
Dr. A mo Joins, (resident of the Mem
phis Colli. nu.o leinal lu.titule, a
aorii and pi e . d upon the sun I. He
sis led that while Ihe bcv. bam June wa
hero he guvu a up r and invited the
nty pastors, and among tho-e present wa
the plainliir, and w bile al supS'r allusion
aasniadeto thu division in iho l'.apilt
Cliunli, and tlalutilf said II he wa
llnoan out of the llaptist Cbunh ha
thought he Would apply lo Ihu Methodist
('.ml. tciicu lor work, a he Is lu ve I It was
duty to pica, ti
1 ho folios i n applicati. n for bo nto to
pr.u ti.e law will alio that plaint. II went
under the name ol Healed lor a time,
as will na llowletl snd Howard. Th
.pi. s.ioii uw pulling tho upl I what
I In real name:
Hriiknr (nosou. (s.irrii.iurs C.i stv.
I. . His 1 1 .ti, K II. I'.illi. r, Judg el lb K.qwrlu
ni.rl ol ..id I um:
Hie H .llai-l el Ire-wrl. k A Itusl. H .liaHH
II, ,i h. ,m r.-..tlti i .ii.i of so. nh I .rulliia
s.el " "! i si l In i'-l uinliii In lit. ir
I '.It i.kii'U ul ti.st ' ut. sbi. a nr , t' ..I .ill
j,r ).r..t lieu li, no. ni.trt. s.id Hi. b bu
,-tu,' s r it- ut ol ,i.ri:i. a.i.l ir.., ll.-. ii. 1.1
1. 1.1 ..4 r.' tl'V lM I.) till. rrrl .11 tf 1-
SI.I& I SI .'."I. A. HI.B I SI I, I'ftlllJIMt
t.rtti..rrf- siij-'f nf c..rt. Is ti.lr T.rm. .T
..a h.-srius P. ,i rP'Xiii aiellMlna A
flr.l ul tin limb ..I lb .uii'mrnta Himiti '
.,llll. lit lli Vkllili.ll..ll.l IM'IKIulM'r . ll.
in ......ii'-r si l Ii s..ih nll.i. srx i'l
l I. in A. I.vl..t hin ...li.it.-l xl
l.lel-ry-i.ir Sl SUIISSIIea no II. I t II .
si-i . ui.ls. lory la. u.i loi.rl. and H of
Ih.l Bllomri. i.f Up. Mtn rv m0. f t
tel l-rsni la ib. i ouru nl r.itilU . 'tn. his
...1. i. -.1 III. I lie U K-lmltliil M i a rlha
In Hi. it i.i n. el Inw ..el .iilii it. !..
ill Iho S..irn.c tua'l. ' J ' s UtviiM b
l-i.i i ... I, I iu oil hi. US Ina "! rt lite l tba
ti...l .sub ul siin.m.sl l.s I ifMiol-s h
in , i on i ( an I i..)Oi ll, I. Ji "l- .Ktl
tuoi. . II. Vol. us. j.i.. r..i-.iiMun.
Tbia i the twelfth d v tin. gret trial
and tb indications an- ut ot more
In in halt Ihniugh. I1 '( n.luul have
s largo number ol ' esm yet to be ex
amitiml oiailv. beai-l- ' " diqoaltlon to
bo rad. Tb plaif if bus big box Ml
of ilcoitiotis lo evl. a well as a largv
buiulx-rol wiinr. . i Is1 examined enUly.
One of our oil tinsen siys he never
Saw such xc i n.eni "d itib ret Biani-fi-ted
In l sun before, except It be iho
trial of lb ao'rd Unl pirate, John A.
M.-rrell. wt.uh I'xik plu.e in (hi Jity
many yeer. ago. Notailbslatid ng ll I a
busy aea-jn ol th year with tsrmtrs,
many sr. coming lo the city dally to alt
ne !i pror"'" "I (he tti il. All clits
ol ui' eniTchsuta, luecbunic, lycr
and ectors an uegleiiltig their be-"-",
to s knd the In. Th9 luterett luciuac
b; ibe boua