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MEMPHIS, TEXN.. TUUKSDAY, JUNE 27. 1SS9.
VOL. XLIX--NO. 152
The Cronia Case Eolioved Somewhat.
A Nebraska Editor Makes a
Ho Gays the Dootor Is Not Daad,
but Still Lives,
And That Ha Will Tura Up la
The Grand Jury' Investigation Yield
Boms Qood Evidence Thar Seems
to Be Little Doubt About Burlce'a
and Coughlln's Complicity. .
Kansas Citv, Mo., July 2a Mr.A. K.
Rothnker, managing editor ot tho Omahu
liqaiiiTtcan, ia lu tho city tu visit hi friend,
Recorder Michael Rolaud. Mr. Rothakcr
was asked by a reporter for au opiuiou ou
tlio Cronin murder, and replied: "Cronin
d not dead. Ho U alive and will show up
Af England before many davs."
Pushed (or an explanation of bis belief,
" Mr. Rothakcr add that for a number of
year be bad been in a position to know of
the character and movements of Irishmen
conncctod with organization In the United
States interested in the emancipation of
Ireland from England's tyranny. He
scoffed at tho idea tlmt Recorder Roland,
Aloi. Sullivan, or any one of the triangle
were responsible for tho ollogod removal
of Cronin. Mr. Rotbaher expressed him
self as being onitive that the body found
In the sewer was not that of Crouih, but a
''stilT' obtained from a Chicago medical
college Continued Mr. Kothuker. "My
beliul that Cronin is alive ia strengthened
by a telegram addressed to prouiiuont
Irishman in Uinaha.and w hich was shown
mo. It ia from Cliicnpj, and its contents
were to tho effect tliat positive assurance
had been received by the sender that Cro
nin was still alive and requesting iuforuia-
tion as to tils w hereabouts."
the ttrnntt Jury avasliaatlnn.
. Chicago, 111., June 2a Tho Orand
Jury this morning resumed the Inju ry
Into tho Cronin cane. Tho first witnc
was Dr. J. T. Com. Tlie doctor testified
that he ha 1 a fast horse which Dun Cough'
lin and Rurke, shortly before the murdor,
tried to hire for alt night service IIo In
sisted that they put up $400 guaranty, but
this wo refused and the men departed in
anything but good humor. Dr. Cums
identified picturo of Iturko as that of
it. tanas idciiuilcation ot liurko as
Coughlin's companion was not positivn,
but tho witness believed there, was couiid
crablo resemblance. Tho Doctor slated
that J. R. Von, a friend of his, was present
when Coughlin called, and might bo bet
--ttr uhlo to identity Rurko. A eulciia wus
sent out lor on. v on Is a lit'
tlo ninn with only ono evo. Ho
immediately identified tho picturo ol
Rurko as oustof the men who triod to hire
a horse from Ir. Cs. "lo you know
Detective Conghlin?" kod Forcmsn
t lotiifh. "No, 1 dun t, wo the answer.
Mr. Von and 1 r. Cuss wero then piloted
over to the jail by IVtcctive Lorchc, who
ralleii lor louglilin and enterel Into rnn
vcraation with him. Mr. Von and tho
Ikx Uir took a good look at tho prisoner
and then lurnod around and went back to
the (iraud Jury room, where Von identi
fied Coughlin as the other of tho two men.
Twelve witucMms, Im -sides Dr. Cam, wero
examined during the morning rsion.
From the numU-r of CUn-iia-icl men
among them it was evident that an etlort
was being inado to get to the bottom of
the supioed inner circles of Camp 2u
which, according to oneol Mate's Attorney
Longncckcr's theories, passed death sen
tence upon Cronin as a 1'ritmh apy. Den
nis O'Connor, ol Camp '.II, was a witness
in whom great Interna wo taken. He is
retired commission merchant, and
has been tho treasurer of most
ol the lrili funds raised in Chicago. Pat
rick U'llriou, a tail, firm looking man, re
puted to be scniorguardinn of the Twenty
second street rauin, was also nolablo
figure. Thomus Murphy, treasurer of
( amp No. 2i, and lather of the voting
lady who thought she saw Dr. Croniu
downtown several hours after his diaap
earance, was examined during tho after
noun. Florence Bollivan, a reporter, and
1'aul, desk at-want at tho Chiesifo ave
nue station. IkiIIi of ahum testified at tho
f Coroner's inquest, were rccsllcd.
l lie sensation "i mo anernonn wss mo
lppesraiiee of liayer John K. Jti'CP,
fulr linardlan of Camp 20, cloM'ly
guardel by two heavy-weight policeman.
IVk'gs was ticfore the (irund Jury for an
hour. He looked in anything bnt an ami
aide mood as he came down tho stairs,
twirling his cane, and his humor had evi
dently not been improved by the examina
tion he had undergone touching the al
leged inner ri rein of Camp 20. At the
eomlnoion of IVVs examination the
Cir.ind Jury adjourned until tomorrow,
A klaalNraal irlMarli.
CiiKA'io, III., Juno 2a When the
Cronin conspirator wlw gave Ida name as
"J. Ik Unions" purchased from Itcvelle
Co. Ih furniture found In tho Carlson
collage he expressed a desire lo buy a
aatchel. Ho wss alioan an inexnsive
black grip twenty Inches long by twelve
lilgh ten wnlo. Tho price was fl.
"Minons" orlcred It sent with the furul-
tnre lo No. 117 rxmlh Clwk street. This
was done, and so far s tho poln e know
the satchel has not been seen since. W ben
Durke was arrested In Viiinleg them wss
lound on him a small flat ut iiei key. I no
key wss sent to Chief llobt.ar l and by
him given to CspL Miultlcr. A reporh-r
railed at Kevolle's this morning, secured a
key belonging to a satchel the exact coun
lerr-t of Ilia one rurchavd by "Mmous.'
and showrl to it I bid iluhlmrd. who said
It wss lo all apiKMrsncsa like the ouo be
had given to Kbuttler.
Mar Narlla Hark.
CniCAnn. HI., June 2a An. afternoon
paper says the police of this city have
cured a clew to the hereabouts of a tnsn
lo whom Msrtiu Iturk Miit a diapatch
from AVlnpeg. It sa addrouwd to
Ilhyneton, Hancock, Mich. The assertion
la made that the man la well known there,
and that he has left the place, but that
the police are on his tnu k, and expect to
arrest hm soon. It is further given as a
U'Jiof that a lar-e number ol letter writ
ten by Deteetivo Couiiblin, now under
nrrest, to parties In Hancock, nre in tho
hands of the police. It is also alleged that
tho police liuvo secured possession of a
letter written by Uhyneton to Uurko at
Wiunipes, continuing valuiblo informa
tion. It has been discovered that on Mav
W, While. Martin liiuke was in Joliol.ltl., a
man numoi l'utrick Cooney sent him from
this city a money order for S10. It is
supposed this is tho sumo I'atrick Cooney
lor wuom tlie police are looking.
Assistant state's Attorney linker nrrived
hero from Washington todliv with tho pa
pers for tho extradition of liurke, and loft
for Winnipeg tonight.
Cooney lain Mlaonrl.
CincAflo, 111., Juno 20. A special dis
patch from Chillicothe, Mo., says: Cooney,
ono of tho alleged murderers of Dr. Cro
nin, is snid to be working on a farm iu
this county. A detective, who claims to
have no connection with the rinkcrtons,
has bcon hero two days. IIo aav tliut
"Tho Fox" was in Kansas City eiglit days
ago. Iho detective left for tho couuty this
BADGE BREAKS THB BECORD.
The Fastest Mile Ever Run at tbe
Wetzbts Good Card Today.
Ciiicauo, 111., Juno 2a Six thousand
people witnessed tho races at Washington
l'urk today. Therack was in fine condi
tion, and the time very fast in each in-
stanco. Tho fouturo ot tbo day was the
great performance of Y.l llio Rey iu giving
weight to all of his opponent, and win
ning cosily alter stumbling at tho start and
getting off last.
First Race Purso, $300; for three-year-olds
and upward; maiden allowances;
seven and a half furlongs, (starters: Joe
Courtney 111, Wiachull; March ui 117,
Taral; Early Dawn 110, Way lock; Fustic
110. Hotting: Even against Joe Court
ney, 0 to 5 Marchms, 15 to 1 Early Dawn,
50 Fustic. It was a very fast race, with Joe
Courtney an easy winner. Fustic led for a
quarter, when Joe Courtney went past
him and was never headed. IIo won by a
length and a half, with Marchms second,
and Early Dawn third. Time 1:33.
Second Race Purse $000; for two-year-olds;
penalties and allowances; five and a
half furlong, btartors: El liio Rey 123,
Winchell; Lord Peyton 118, htovall; Ex
travagance 111, Allen; Sunderland 111,
Jed 110, Aunt Kate UM, Llr.xie Kointo 10S.
Retting: 7 to 10 El Rio Rey, 3 to 1 Ex
travagance, ft to 1 Loid Pcvlon, 20 to 1
and M) to 1 tho others. Jed was off first.
El liio Rev stumbled at tbe start and got
off Iiihi, Jid led lo the turn, where El
Rio Key went past tho Held. In tho stretch
he bad to bo w hiped, but ho drew away
and won by Iwo lengths, with Iird Peytou
second and Extravagance third. Tuiio
Third Race Handicap sweepstakes, $20
each with f'0 added, nolo ami a quarter.
Starters: Huntress 107, Covington; Ed
Hack 113, Hoval; El) ton 107, rox; John
Rebcr 113. Undlady 10S, (nKord 101, Rig
Threo 113, Mollio McCarthy's Uist 103.
lb'lling: 2 to 1 agninm Mollie's Last, 3 to
1 Rig Three, 1 to 1 Elvton, 7 lo 1 landlady,
8 lo 1 Huntrvat, 20 to 1 to 50 to 1 the
others. It was a heavy In-ttiug race and a
splendid contest They weru scut oil lo
sn excellent start. Rig 'lhroo look the
lead beforo tho stand was reached and
kept it for liino furlongs, with Inllord and
1U1 Mack running next to him. In tho
next 100 yards II uulress camo out of tho
bum li and won by two lengths, with Ed
Mack accoud and Elvton third. Time
Fourth Race Pnrso $iKKV, selling; ono
mile; starters: (iardner 1)2. Francis Pat
lMnovan 11:1, Harm; l'rulher lo:l, Slovul;
lUimhler lot). Cora Fisher V), llattoo W,
Prohtis 101. Videlto KKI, Cupid 10:1, Reu
sou tH Retting: 6 U 2 llenson, 3 to 1
Pat iHinovan, 7 to 1 Prsther.s to I Rsmh-
ler, Cora Fisher aud (iardner, 13 to 1 to 'M
to 1 the other, Cupid took up tho run
ning and led for livo furlong with ( ora
Fisher second. On the turn llenson passed
him and led to the homo stretch. In tbo
Inst Inrlong (iardner and Pat Donovan
drew awav. and. In a whipping finish.
(iardner won by a abort length. Prather
Wastlunl, lour lengllis back, limo 1:(1J.
Fifth Race 1'urmj iO0: for threo yesr
olds; lliree quvtora of a mile. Hatter:
'teuton lr.', Jlnrphy; Uunsliot 1T1, lireen;
Rnuiilolctto 117, Hoval; (iirondes lr.',
Havillah 117, Rannerelte 122, J alio Toms
122. CusMlla 122. ilethng: 2 to 1
agaiiiNt Raoncrvtle; 3 to 1 Havillah
and Teuton, 7 lo 1 Rranndolutto and
(iirondes: twelvo lo 'M to 1 the
others, (iunohot and Raneretto led ontil
(he hnish where Murphy brought Teuton
np and won a fsst race by Iwo lenirihs,
liunshot aecoud and Itrandolutto tlnrd
rollowing are the entries lor tomorrow a
Wsshtiiglnn Park racew
Hr.1 ir-ThrrinrlTi M a mil. Hurry
n.ru ixitrini Kl-l en. Mini ninn m, m
In. rll Ms I "HI K'T H'i, I onlriuel ". KliTlllrll
VI. ariiv flm k liU. kuM llsluiw JiX, Llto U Iu.
Yi'lMiirtil KnrKf Ml.
hcni'l Mr 1 linfiirirr ot s rnlla Trol
lUH. llrl.Urllulil IU km. IWT..U t (ill. XMml lu
li.ui IIimmI u Oi'rnl'IIHr l-l. Irch o. fcHMfirttlt
lot. I.ltilv Miruli Ion, Mrrtiwlu lul, Olxlit.iwi WJ,
( lull H4.
lhiri iiwe-riveeisnuii oi s Bine piirrams
Im. H..I l.iibl Wl. luv l. ta III. I nr1l.li I lr
Irn. I iiratwsn. III. I'oli urn III, Mary Mtltoy
II., AUrin bvll l',lmu lus.
Knuilli IU-lilr iel an rl. hin. Fain IKnan
i. Im.'oli-llrlil l(K, kkli-ilall l"S MmiT Mont-
ennrrr S 1'in.Tn IIS, llalllah !, II lu 1" m rail
I iu. UitiiiiMnn iirKiiiam im, ra)rua le
iiarilv Iuk is Cnnli-f ub. 1 l,a ( ht'tallrr ltd. Ial
Amrin l.'l, Wlnntia l' Vn TMn.p llu, lid ki7,
nrj- in , Ario 111, iiihv avain
Stlilih liarr-MI1 and s aiitirmh. AnlnnloO,
Mttth VI. I r-l. ri.a I. a llnliaii.l va. Kni lu.v m,
Hlxh Kar iii mil. Vr tin uf I. J, 11 lluaip
107, rioua I I'M ii, ninnin naya iui.
Hrantls at kbaenanaaal Ray.
Naw Yosx, June 21. The feature on a
good ttark at ShceheaJ Ray today was
the ruiiiinlng of a milo by Rsdgo in 1:4a
First Race One mile; starters: Ran
cloche, Radge, I'.rian, Poru. Stotkton
Holla U, Faloon, Rtdieinlan, Evcrelt,Uvid,
Hen Harrison and Rlusb.
Ibe finish was a terrific one, but Delia
II could not get tin ia front, and Rdge,
who came along the botno strclcb with a
lerrlllc pe'd, won by half a longth
1:40, but a quarter of a avoond behind
Ten Hroeck's famous record, but really the
faateat lilli ever uisdo, for Ikidgs carried
1 13 toun l to Ten Urocck s 1 10 pouo.l.
Siuyveaaut vqiialtnl Ihi time In a run. but
lie only carried ins pound. Delia
aecoud, Kancloche third.
K-cond Usee Thrre-fotirthi of a mile.
Sisrters: Irissle, MncilsL-e and Csnlivn
Drixxle won In 1:14 2-6, Mttcilsgo avcond
Third lUce Milo. Ftatienr. Cortex,
Cypsy (jtuen, Culprit, Ord, Tsnncr. Tom
llyuiyar, Utile Adilie, lloaa Clara coll an
II nn loon. Tanner wou In 1:43, (yy
Oueeii second. C'ortei third.
. Fourth lUce Milo and s quarter. Start
ers: Panama, I nig Might, llordpUlse,
J-ust Attcuil, BUvrvisor, ikiss, L'gm,
Bonnie P, Wynwood, Fatinfaction, Queen
of Elizabeth, Hyperion, The Lyon and
Coin m hi no. Dow heat between Hyperion
and Wynwood for first in 2:12; Satisfaction
next. Wynwood won the run oil' in 2:13.
Fifth Raco Milo and three-eighths.
Starter: Invorwick, Favordulo colt, Ro-
portor, Rarnster, Diadem, (Melius and I.e
l'jgis. Favonlalo colt won iu 2:23, 1a
logis second, HuiTWter third.
Sixth Raco Milo and ono-cighth.
Starters: Al Uced, liiiubridge, Fully, Red
Prince, Syntax, iv'nl. Syntax won in
1:03 4 a, Mvlilsecoml, Kcd Prince third.
ENTRIES KOU TODAY.
Flint Race One lull. ( viimuro P7. 1'arloon 57.
Ileliinlii In;, l.uni., limit n nl Voluulivr eueli Mil,
'I rift, in. Pi'ft'iiMt mul C llm.ix irh lin. Ilruwn Char
lie 11A Mori. lull n.
Nximil IUid lliree -aiiurlera nls milo. Onwsnl
UK, Chviu IIS, Kuiiwuu.1 Hi, Kavorlio Hi. tlluxk-
Tlilrd llaee One aii't smiirlcr mllt'i. Kern 107.
Ktnii (ill 107. Xnlviitur 11.'. J All IJi. Krt.Uioil 117.
Nun A'ikmI, My Kelliiw. Julml, Miminnl, meli 11.'.
ruur'.h llnou ine him) onu I'lalilli nillea. Ilam-
vr lin. Knllau IIV KIiiksIiiii :. IWirll.'r 1 ls.
llypocriio 110, ill. llrotlivr lUnilll. IIh.Ilo
Filth llare-Mllo ami llm-c-lTlceiitb. Hamll-
cnii. hwilt II:; l nilix.ii lu. PiuiIhiv lie III, lliin'li
1H.I, U'IihiIi UV, l'anumt 101, J J O il 101, llrouio
flxlh Itnce M ami Ihrw-e alilha. Ixlorla.
Wlllivl. Ui.wlaiiU, Tiitllcr, Jlilelea, haiilonl. Folly,
Charley Huuvll, O lVllim, litxeaei lo. vuvh 111:
livliciMii'ii d'Ariuo. Iaiiiium, hillock. I'MMCorl. eiieh
oladWeirllo, l'roiHtl 110, .My Owu lot, Dlaai-ui
Weather very threatening. -
' Rnrlna Im KuKland.
IxiNiwM, Juno 2a At tho NowcaBtlo
and High tiosforth Park summer meeting
today, the raco for tho Northumberland
Piute, two miles, was won by 1-ord Dur
ham's fl vo year old Drlizle, Mr. D. J,
Jardino's three year old King James,
second, and Mr. 0. Pcrkin's four year old
bay colt, St. Martins third. There were
seven starters. Tho betting waa two to
one against Drirzlo, live to two against
King Jamet aud six to ono against St.
A I'ramtilai 4 alt Olea.
IjctlNOTON, Kv., June 2(1. The prom
ising chestnut colt Onsrard, two year old,
by Uuondaga, dsm Aileon, by Alain, for
w hich $2,01)0 was recently refused, is dead
of pneumonia at the Kentucky Aasoclation
track. He was ow ned by J. IK Fisher, of
Raton Kongo, I a.
Irabable M Inner Tedny.
AT I'll K-AOO,
Flnt nana MePnwell. Iirur Hoy.
I.m. liiire-lri-uo. Little kllncli.
Ihinl lU.v-Hi-l l.li:liL K.ilruvun.ir.
1-ourth ii-Nilllr llniiaii. llliiili oruft.
Filth l(a-KrvOrrK-a, Iriu-t Hmv.
hlilh ltat Flood Tiil. Vi nHeur.
AT SIIKUI'SIIKAD DAt.
Flrt Hra Ortnnn. rVllti'lit.
Htiiii'I Kitrr HUrktMirn, kenn'ooil,
Ihlnl knew Cnl valor, i. A. II.
Fourth Ke Haiiotcr. IIu'Iua
Filth llaiw fwllt. 1hiiiIiiio. ,
bixlh Race Tutllrr, I'luih in.-
Cincinnati a &t- I-""'" 1.
Chicago 7, New York 12.
Iudiuuapolis 10, Ih.sUiii a
Rrooklyn 10, Columbus 3.
Pittsburg 1, Washington a
Cleveland 3, Philadelphia 7.
Philadelphia No game, rain.
Kansas City 12, Louisville 2.
ELOPED WITH ANOTHER MAN
On th Day That Hhe Was to Have
Married "Tbe" Man.
Special Pi.palih to The Appeal.
RRowNsvti.i.r, Teiin., Juno ia Mr.
Mann, of this city, and Mias lluliu Faulk,
of Mason, were to have been murried at
tho lutter place today. Arrangements hud
been made to receive tho young couple at
tho home of Mr. Willj In this city. The
bridal presents, numerous and Valuable,
had been purchased, and the young man
and bis friends wero at the depot this
morning waiting (or tho train thai was to
lake him lo her who was to be made hi
own, when tho grooin-that-was-t-bn was
handed a telegram from Miuon informing
him thai liissllianccd had hint night eloped
nn a young man iv Hie name ol it lune,
Of course that settled it.
Tkt l.lkel Mall Aealnal Blnwall llarrlaon.
Nr.w York, Juno 2a Mr. iHilanry
Nieoll, couuscl fur J. Schuvler Crosby in
his libel suit for (30,000 dsmsges against
Russell Ilsrrison, loft for Albany this
morning. Fteloro leaving, however, ho
said he wo surprised at the statement
roado in several of tho morning papers
to tho effect that bo or bis client would at-
leinp lo prevent Mr. llarriwin from sail
ing for Euroiie lodsv, a bis bail wss en
tirely saliafactory. Mr. Nicolls alnoeuid
that (no rumor mat tiov. rrostiy would
withdraw his suit waa absurd, liecauno bo
had received Instructions from his client
to bring the case to trial ss soon a pos
William Waller Vhrlsia Appalntad.
Wamiixutox, Juno 20. Tho Pmsidunt
today appointed William Walter Phelis
Minister to dermsny. Mr. Phels recelvoil
his appointment from Iho Preaidunl's own
hand, with tho remark thai it wa hi re
ward, which naturally wss highly gratify
ing to tho recipient, (ioing over lu the
lepsrtineni oi Mam, ins comuiMUon wss
Itnmeilisteiy made otil, anil lio qtialilloa) as
I uited Mati-a .Minister to Germany. Mr.
Phclp will not proceed lo his new post
for 8.)ino time, but feeling that ho has
earned a real and needing time for (he ad
justment of bis privste biialncsa, will goto
ins noine in ."ew jersey in a usy or two.
ImllaiHliS tns Mlsnm.
SAxtrs IsniAS AoKKf V, Neb., June
CO. Gov. Foster, chuiruiau of the Sioux
CommiKsion, and part of the clerical force
reached hero yesterday afternoon. There
aro only alioul 230 voters at this agency,
all of Ihein fasl becoming civilised, hold
ina the land in severalty and entirely self
supporting. A council was held with tbo
Indians In the afternoon, about 130 of
them being present. There is no appa
rent oppoilion lo tho bill. iov. Foster
bone lo finish bis work at this point to
tlav, but may Im detained through iho
dilatory movements of tbo lmhau until
A Itoarn In Wliaat,
Chicaoo, III., Juno 2a There wss
regtilsr boom In wheat when the tnsrkr
opened this morning. The wci:her map
told of char, hot weather In the North
weal, IJverjsail quoted an sdvuDceof Id
per rental for wheat and there was a do
creitao for the week ol l'i.000 biixhols in the
iinuiiillv of wheal on ocean pssnago. July
wbealotuni datnlc, against bole at the
b Wah l:slnalan SirnntaS.
Wasiiihutoi, June 2k SeceUry Tracy
bos decided lo grant six week extension
of (lie time allowed tlln hll iideis of lbs
cruiser CharlsMutt ia which to cuinpluts
A DEADLY WTOK.
Twenty-Five or Thirty Lives Lost.
Two Freight Trains on tho Pennsyl
vania, Road Ojllldo.
Tho Result of the Crash Is Some
thing Frightful to Dohold.
The Cars Tumble OfT a Bridge Into
a Creek and Tako Fire.
On Car Contained About Twenty Work
men, Who Are Supposed to
Save Been Drowned or
Burnsd to Death.
riTTsnrno, To., Juno III. A triplo col
lision of freight trains occurred near Ia
trobe, Tu., forty miles e:uit of this city on
tho Pennsylvania Railroad, about 2:30
o'clock this motulug. Thirty cars wcro
wrecked nnd seven poraous killed, four of
them unknown tram is.
At tho hour named freight train No. 30S,
west bound, left Lntrobo and bad just
reaehed the bridge, about fifty yards west
ol tliat place, when it collided with nn
extra freight train, No. 1,313, coming In
tbe npposito direction. Another cant
bound freight was standing on a side track
on the bridge and tho wrecked trains
crashed against it, causing one locomotive
and a number ot car to go over the em
bankment into the creek, a distance of
Engineer Caldwell and lit fireman wcro
supposed lo have lieen killed Instantly.
Their bodies are still in the creek, llr.iko
man Millor was terribly crushed. Ho I
still living but will die, Tbe bodies of
four tramps were taken from the tank.
There waa nothing about their clothes lo
identify them. They were stealing a ride
and were coming west. The cause of tho
accident hns not yet con learned. Tho
lists lo Iho railroad company will be very
A carload of lime in tSo renter of tho
train wss the hint to go down, and it as
scattered over the pile oi shattered cars.
Then tho debris took Ore, and notwith
standing tho efforts of tho coplo to put
nut tho flame It is still burning. Arms and
legs nl the victims can la seen protruding
from the debris. No member of Iho crew
remains to tell of those who went down.
It is probulilo that tuirtv-llve or (oily
lives are loit. Only foar or five have yet
been taken Irotn tho wneck. Ihey were
unknown ami nil were dead. Engineer
Culdwoll and bis li reman are still under
the wreck, and tho chances am that their
bodies w ill not be reached today.
Thirty-one cur went down over tho
bridgii and were pilfd ono upon the other
in the water. The ' conductor of the
freight states that In nil probability thirty
or forty men am still under Iho wreck, aa
lie put oil al ivrtv Malum about lorty live
men, who wore coining from Johimtowu.
lb Bodies Maraternl Tlina I'ar.
Latiioiir, Pa., Jnne 2a Thn debris of
tho wreck which occurred on tho Pennsyl
vania Railroad hero this morning is being
rapidly cleared up. t'p lo 10 o'clock to
night ten dead bodies have been recovered.
luwo of Engineer Caldwell and (icorgo
Frelicb, Iho fireman, have not been found,
but it Is ox peeled they will bo reached be
fore long. Tho list of
recovered up to this time is as follows:
(icorgo Corgal, tsrouty-flve, of Icracy
City. On his person wa found s receipt
for dues to the L O. O. K. signed Allen
Hugh Kelly. Philadelphia. His father
Isapiiddler at Ixxblol Iron Works, liar
I iiknown man, about twonly-fivo years,
five feet elovon inches ill hljht. w'uight
snout IO pounds, abort black niuslat he
and black hair.
John Cortehlow, o! Homestead, Pa.,
aged almtit thirty-five years. A leg and
arm Were burned off.
Unknown man; dark hair, heavy tuns-
tarh, about forty year, livo fool six
I'uknown man; dark brow n hair, smooth
fare, about twenty-sit years old.
I nknnw n man; liciel si moat liurnrd on.
Charles 1L Ferguson, on inside of mem
orandum found In icket wss Iho name,
Charhn I'. Harden, Miller, Pa."
Mrs. ilcrlioo.1, agtd about tbirty-fivo
Ik'iij. Emcrirh, supposi'il lo bo tho front
braki'iiuin, aged aUnit laenly fivo yeais,
lisd silver wnu n anil revolver.
TIIS ItJI in n.
F. A. Melss, laborer from Joluislown.
of llrsddock: loft arm broken near tho
John Cleary.laborer of Pittsburg, crushod
acroethlps; will recover.
rat r launogan, cut and bruised; not
P. FlUglbbons. of MckiH'siiort. bad
scalp wound; not serious.
Frier Mainly, lived In Joluislown, wliolo
side of skull crushed in; hin t internally.
John Mullen, ol Philadelphia, scalp
wound and bruised.
lal Wibel, of Indian, Huh wound,
also lelt eve rut.
Jatue McCurdy, Canadian, about forty
Ix years old; burton hsnd aud back, bill
John Miller, front bniketnan of Con
ductor Ilaruhsrt's Irs u, hurt on back and
Peter Cuvanattgh. of Homeslead, steel
worker, waa on freight going we'; cut and
bruised all oven not a. rions.
John Howard, of Pittsburg, bruised; not
The dead are being taken lo tho under
taking establishment of F. J. Stadcr ss
Iheysre recovered and prepared for burial.
It Is almost rertainil.it from twenty-live
lo thirty peopln wnro killed in Iho wreck.
Tbu wstcr in tbe cm k st thu point where
the aecidenl oucurrtd is slxml twelve (
deep, and It 1 expect. J that len or tsclva
bodies aro hold lu Ihi crock by the wreck
age, John II. Miller.a ll. jjraan on thefrclght,
Stales that Iho proH r signals were given
when tho podtionof the sliifler wss dis
covered, and Eouimx r( sldwell answered.
butthssiM'ed wa l"i high. When tho
ill-faleil train left Itoh ,.t iilMiut forty woik
men IkmikU-J Iw.r, but l 'jiidnctor Purnhurt
put them oil at IVriv. h n. n tne train
lull tliero a irreat uuoiv id tbntu boarded
lur again. Four of thr injured taken Iroiu
on car stated lUul ultvua ollici wero in
tho car, nnd In nnolbcr box car It is slated
by ono of tho locued that there wore fif
teen or twenty men. Ono or two of tho
bodies taken from tbo wreck were terribly
burned by tho liino which covered tho
At t o'clock tonight tho work of clearing
tbo debtia wus stopped until tomorrow,
a l AT.tl. nnr.t it i:aiijai.i.iTix.
I'oiirleeil I'nuontria Hope or l.ras In
Jnrcil Mlrarntoiia i:eniiis.
Oam.atin, Tenn,, Juno '.'!. (Juilt a
seiious incident occuttvd on tho Chesa
penke k N.nhviliu Itailrond tod.iy at IVed
soe, this county. The morning tram due
at (iallntin at 10 o'clock was skimming
along for its destination, when the haj.'gngn
car, freight and postal cur, jumped Ihclrnck
and foil down nn embankment about fifty
fi-et. Henry Peacock, postal clerk, and
Conductor E. II. Ruck jumped nnd es
caped without injury. Peacock juinied
and managed to crawl back toward tho
track, when Iho roach passed over him
without touching him. Tho car turned
over three times before, landing al tho bot
tom. Tbo piuiengcr car contained
about fourteen patM'ngcrs, and nil of
them wero hurt more or leas. Wumeu
screamed, and when tho bottom was
reached tho roof of tbo car was torn off,
women, childreu nnd seats wero Piled In
common mass, and it was a wonder that
any escaped with their lives. No ono was
killed outright, but it is feared Iwo or
three arc so badly wounded that they w ill
die. Several ol Iho wounded were brought
to tiallatin tbisevcuiug aud medical aid
Among tho injured aro Mrs. Sis Clay
borne, of Westmoreland; also four chil
dren, one of which is dying; Mrs. Clay
borno received bruise about the (ace.
Mrs. Al (iraut, of Westmoreland, had
her collar bono broken aud two children
Henry Cmbtree, of Westmoreland, "S
badly injured and bis physician, Dr. J. U.
Hannah, thinks ho w ib die.
F. U. I trow n, a merchant of Kcottvillo.
Mrs. Win. S. Whiten. lo.
W. E. Ilrysnt, of Koltviile, Ky., b.vd
several rilsi broken.
C. Ik Coo and 8. R. Smith, of Washing
Ion, Ky., were both slightly injured.
Physicians were summoned, snd all aro
doing well, excepl two who are serioiinly
hurt. Nonooltlio employes ol tho road
were li urk
Tho accident was caused from no rare
lesauca on the part of tho roa.b
A PUDLIO HANOINQ
Plao st Oxford Sieve Allen
IxplsUs Ule Crlm.
Siei-lal P..pal4 h lo TIM AnaL
Oxrouii, Mi.i., Juno 2' A public
hanging took place t.biv at Oxfotd, aliout
a mile from thu city li nils. Thu culprit
was Slevo Allen, colored. Tbo crime for
which he was executed a .is committed in
July, IHS3, and coiwiilcd in tho killiug of
Frank Hardiiet, a while aectiou Imisn. TIiu
particulars of thu killing wero about us
follows: Hardiiet had diach.irg.vl Allen.
Ihcy bad somu wjt Is, and Allen mado
tlireal wblcb csuxl llAidticl lo arm him
self with asholgun. Pining lhadsr Allen
returned willi a shotgun which be Without
provocation emptied Into ll.irdnel, who
died two bnuis afterward from the clb-ct.
Allen was tried ill April by the Circuit
Court, lound guilty, spiMvile.l lo llm Su
premo Court, but the latler alhitnisl Hie
dei'iaioii, and llio exi-culion was set for
liooiiliuie I nlav. lie is a uegr j of about
live feet oighl inehea and Ihiily mnu yeais
old. Since his impriKiiiineut ho has Ihi h
stU'ii'le.l by the Rev. Mr. N-aell, a Rip
tisl iniiiiatcr of his own race. IIo con
feaiM'd bis crime, but chinned to have bad
provocation. He said ho bad made his
sace with (iod slid wus ready lo die.
From tbo early hours of morning a large
concourse ol country janiple, tno-tly while,
commcnivd ti pour into town, 'lhero
must have been over 2,im) SH-cUitor on
thu grounds. Th exi-culion was per
foiuied by the Sheriff, Mr. P. F. Matthew.
Two colored ministers were prcacuL One
prayed, the oilier uisdo S sjx-och lo Iho
(Miiiulace advising against crime. Allen
did tho same, and said bo bad forgiven
everybody and hoo.l everybody had for
given hint. Al 1 .VI o'cliH'k p.m. the dron
lell, and in seven minute he wss dead.
Hi body wss Liken In chsrge by relative.
GOV. NICHOLS 8AiriI NO."
eulllvaa and Kllralo Mar Not be Al
lowed to right.
Nsw Okikans, I a., Juno Jfl.-The V
ayuiw's Ralon Rouge siKx isI sas: (iov.
Nil hols toilay iaaued the following pun la
matloii to sttpprea priu figiiling:
Whereas, Information deemed n'liable
hat been toailved by mn lo the rlli-ct thiil
one or more prise fights have been ar
ranged tu take place shortly in some ol the
parishes of this Stale;
Now, then fore, I, Francis T. NichoU,
(iovernor of the Slate of luiaiana, have
thought proper to Iwtio this, my procla
mation, with the view of calling iho atten
tion of the constituted atithoiilies of the
aevorsl psrinhes of the Male Pi llm sai l
fai l tolhi'ild llist,lM'ingdiilysdiiMi,llii-y
strictly NTforiit Iheir duly III llm Premiat-a.
nnd by vigilance snd Ibe iik of their irgul
sulhority and the Inatriimentahlies wbn h
the law lias plated lu their hands, Ihey tin
make it certain thai no sue h diagraeeful
exhibition shsll lake Place in laiulsiana;
and lo the further end thai if such exhibi
tion le sttempled, that all crsons con
nected therein may bo held to S stiict le
gal responsibility and piiuidinicut.
Ik llM Will Take riaea.
Ni:w Oiu.r.ss, Is., June 211. Regarding
tho (iovernor' proclamation against pri-i
lighting in Ixiuislatia, It msy be stated
thai the managers of Kilrain never con
templated having th buttle ground within
Iho Jurisdiction of t ta las Slato. Mr. Rud
Rennntid. w ho bss local charge of the af
fair, said tonight that Iho p'oeUtnsllon
went I not, In any way, luterl. ro with the
Mewns. Harding and Stevenson wero In
terviewed at their hotel as lo the elloct of
Iho proclamation. 'Ihey concurred fully
in the opinion thst it could bsv no pos
sible elleet en lbs meeting of Nullivsn
and Kilrain, ss Ihey never Intended lot sting
the ring within tho Jurisdiction of Louis
iana. Consequently Ihey fuel no special
Inturost in llm mutter,
ThaTreaiblaal I latttaaO.
Hklkxa, T., Juno 2a There h.i
la-en no cbanao in tho Indian trouble on
Flathead reservstion. Captain Sloan's
Company of Montana Militia IsaiJmkn,
lo which point l,0tiiounds of aiiiinuniiion
ure sent on tbo Captain's orJur. Col.
Liasou, of Foil Missoula, La gme lo tht
si'eno willi three companies of the Twenty
fifth Infantry and rations for three days.
A dispatch from .lot kosiiia that the Indian
shot liy the Sherill's piwso died yesterday
nnd the ait tint ion grows more serious. In
dians from venous parts of the rc-n-rvutiou
nre Mocking to the scenes of troub e. The
greatest alarm is felt for thu setllcis, who
live on Iho boi tiers of tho reserve. At 8
o'clock last night nil taut seven of tho
Sherill's posse relumed tu Missoula, leav
ing tho military to uh-is! iho Sherill in
making hi res. a, S-venty-fivo meu sH'iit
tbo culiio iluy trying to find the Indians
wanted led without kie ei'sn. Three hun
tired Indians aro camped near Ku villi nnd
swear they ill not give lip the murderers,
whom tho Indian police and half hived
aio conci aling. The Sherill is determined
to bavo them and if he makes another trial
il battle will surely cninc.
TUB FLOUIt OUTPUT.
100,000 Darrsls for th Weak A Slight
Minskumiis, Minn., Juno Cil.Tho
SurOimiUm MilU r tod.tv .iy; Tho llonr
output fell off somew hat last week. The
aggregate production wa loti.SOO biirnds,
averaging W barrels daily, aalnit 11 2,
7lW Iwinels for tbo week beforo, and 10!),
200 barrels for llio corresponding tliufl in
1SSM. Thero were fifteen out of tbo total
nuiulierof twenty-two merchant mills run
ning, and Ibey wero "bowing a good deal
more life than for some time. The water
power was very gtsnl, and they wero bow I
ing along at a dally aggregate of not far
from 111,000 barred, (lie of tho largest
one, however, ia pretty w-MI filled up with
Hour, and will atop beforo Saturday. As
noted last week, tbe demand for Hour has
been rather checked by tbe advanco iu
prices, but still Ibe firmness In wheat has
i lid need good ileal of h indues, soino
jobbers with light sltM'ks taking very
lair sited 1.1'nks. Pr.tv aro about
2"e higher than s week ago, and some
parties at the lower limit talk of pulling
them up UM . I V more tonight. There is
s stronger feeling in Iho export market,
and thu buyt r and manui.ic hirer come
nca cr lo agreidug on terms, tho bakers'
grade being kept Pretty well out of the
way. llio bull millers say lh.it sumo of
Iheir neigblHirs have sold llour ahead loo
far without the ncccs-uirv wheat, and that
they urn not going to get il very candy.
( ne of this genus remarked tod.tv ih.il lour
linns practically held the old milling wheal
left in tho Northwi-st, and thai their mills
wero going lo run while tho other Icllows
t'Kik a rest. The direct cxrl ol llour lust
week was Ik'i.li'M barrvU, against lil.iliKt for
tho preceding wet k. (notations Ignition
f. I. f. 2lH) imiii Is sre: Pntelils, Ills IhI,
nominal; bakers', 22 ltl(- 21; low grade,
1 here was 477,2'sl biifhels ol wheat re
ceived at Miuncni-oliit lor llio week ending
June J"!. Tho shipments were: Wheal,
t:Li buthela; Il Mir. IIIJ2 barrels;
mill stuffs, 3,2 II toiis.
UK V AU D1C AO OAMK,
And U TuSk T j Cowards to Whip Illm
- Its Will Die.
fpt-'UI Ptnabti to. Th Am.iI.
Hki.I'na, AiT.., Juno M.-Nfw was re
ceived hero lodity of s very serious tliill-
cully thill occurred on the Ivlk place, in
Iho wcttleiu jKirliou of this county, in
w bit h ono Taylor will low bin life. Tay
lor, who a s c r"pM r oil tin) IVik filatv.
was buying his provialotis from one of the
Waller 'hrolhcis, Iwo of whom livo out
ll.i ro. Taylor wanted somo supplies which
Wittier refuted lo let him have on account
of thu hack ai ducM of thiscrop. This led
lo S difpnte Slid then Ina II. 'hi III which
it seems Tsylor was gelling Iho Im -i ol
Waller, when Alxt Waller, a brother of
one of the lighter, just then aiming, ran
lo Ins biothor's reat iie and cut a Icarfut
gatli lu 'I a viol's alnloiut n. Tho wound,
sllhoiik'h tputo st-nons al tho time, tlid not
detei Taylor from renewing tho fight. In
whith bo wss again gelling Ibe beat of
Waller, when Aim Waller interfered again
ami hi. Tsylor on the he( l with the butt
end ol a shotgun, inlheling a mortal
wound. Waller si once lied snd up to
dale ha not been captured. All tho par
tie are wklle and stand well in tho com
munity in which they live.
A t'alarttt laaleatallaa t all.
Wasiiishios, Juno 2a Ex Senator
Rruco snd Fourth Auditor Lynch headed
a tlelegalion of colored Hf publicans, who
waited on the I'lmidetil tins moiiiing Slid
pre, anted sil ad be. sdople I at Iho Jut k
son (Mim.) lonfett'ine on June LI, in re
gsrtl lo the ihtlt si situation in li e South,
and ejpreaninj the uliiioHt coill ltn.c ill
the Preaideul's Milii y low a'tl Iho Coloied
(H-ople In thai tiglon. Tho Preaitlciil
ihanlctl tlie in for iheir confidence, ami
said they could leal saaiire I that be would
tlo the Ileal hn could towsrd sll climaea.
IIo routine tided the roiitcn alive aland
lakcn by them, and and Ihey would have
hl ait iiieo in every endi avor lo Im
prove Iheir "'lilieal stains. Among the
President's other viailois this morning
were Scualot Mockhti'lge snd Morgan,
It'-preaetitalives lliown. Slrubln atnl ( olt
Iniiu; John Wlw, of Virginia; Charles F.
Joluiwiu, of Cluci nnali, nnd a lommiltee
ol Iho Woniiiu's ( hiialntn TeiiiMrance
I Inoil. N'crrlary llliini" tailed ill rouipany
Willi Win. Waller Phil pa, nf llm Samoaii
( ounnianun, snd tho Pieaideul Inlor.iie l
I he latter ol hi spjHiiiiiinmt ss Minister
lo iei many.
t lilraa tlaaral ( 1 raSa I Mr
Clin At. o, III., June I'll - Charles H. Ui-,
of Iho Merchsnt' F.xchsngit in Kansas
City, and also member of the Chicago
Rourd of Trade, securetl a temporary In
Jinn lion reairnluing the board of reform
ers of the Chicago board from holdings
tiial al 3: If) o'clock yesterday afternoon,
when be feared all oxplilnton from lbs
boud. Mr, Ian slate in hi sllid.ivit that
having lour nsd thst the tu ker was lo be
removed from his olllce, lie, Inst Match,
set nu'd nn injunction gauiat the tela
graph coin Piny preventing thl sclion,
lie claim tliat the present move bus the
aaiue object In view, vis.: The depriving
bun of tlni Chicago lUi.ird of Trildo quota
tion, nnd alli iret that there la acouapiracv
U'laeeit th board and tho telegraph com
pany l'i Injure him financially,
I I arMB)lra4 a Kama,
Lv t 'wnn, 1ml., Juti2tk W. II. Os
borne, foreman of Iho wraving department
of tho rolloti nulls, whilo standiiig Ina
sawmill ytatcrdsy watching tho men al
woik, suildrnly pitched forward on lo S
ciicular saw whiclt wss In motion. The
botly was t ut ill two. Iho head SU 1 shout
tier fulling ou one snleuf Iho tnuchliiuaiid
tho remainder ol the body on Ibe other,
lSintU was IliiUltUUfoU.
WANTED TO FIGHT.
A Witno33 in the Howard Libol Coso
Makes a Break at the Man With tbe
Alleged Double Name.
The Plaintiff Says Something That
tho Witness Dislikoa.
Sovornl Dofondr.nts on the Wltnesa
Etand Toll Thoir Stories.
Thoy Explain Why Tbey Signed the Ar
ticle "Mask Rumovod" That Caused
tho Butt -Lome Interesting
6Ht lul M.teli to Tlie ApHuk
Jaikkom, Tenn., Juno 2(1. This has
la-en tbo moat interesting day in the How
ard caso since the Irial began. Tho attend
ance has been larger ami uroro Intercut
manifested. Tbe suit was resumed this
morning by tbo defense introducing as a
w linos II. 1. Franklin, of Henderson,
Clerk of Iho County Court of Chester
County. lie testified that tho plaintiff had
damaged his reputation and his piqier, tbo
Tnie li'ttj'fiw, very much by attacking tbe
Southwestern baptist I'nivcrvity before
tho charges s gamut him were (Hiblisbcd by
IcMwitioti of lr. J. Potbl, of Jonesborn,
(la.: Plaintiff told witness thst hi mother
died w hen he waa quite young. Said his
father was s lawyer in laindun ol high
standing, and a Queen's counsel; lPl.it bo
went to scajat Iho ego of fourteen. He
went by Ibe nstus of Ueorge Frederick
Howsrxl at his house nover knew liiui as
Frederick A. llowar.L
lieposilion of A. P. Slow art, merclistit.
of Atlanta, (ia.: Knew plslutifl in 1S-S1,
llo Inuclit st hool there; he went to At
lanta with cousidorahlu repiitniiun a a
teatdier. His social standing there was
got), as t'vidcuced by marrying into ono
of the lel Iuiiii.il in the Slate, lloas
hh iaietf with the lion. Henry Urady aud
such like pcptoiia.
( apt. A. 1. ispupree, cotton uroxer oi
tbiscilv nnil one ol the defendants in tho
cae, waa qualified atnl placed upon tho
Maud, and stated thst ba signed the ar
ticle, Mask Kemovetl, without malice.
His motive was, ho said, to protect the
church ami tho university, which plaintiff
wn coiitaiitly stl.n king lu Ins pa r.
While tils wilii'-os was on the stand tho
cotiiiMd lor plainliil made some retlerlion
on him, aud witness laid his hand on a
stick nnd told linn he could li"t do that.
W.it sccitieil Immiuenl for a while.
I'l.unlill an id ul w linens' hou-o that bis
f.iiln r was a prominent lawyer in Loudon,
was a Juccti s counsel, worn a. long, Mow
ing "ilk gown and a mwdcied wig.
A. C. W lute J. IU Wuli. rs.T. M. date
ami otliuit ol llio ilelendauts letiwl ths'
they i;tictl the article, "M.i-k Reinovuil,"
which caiiHcd llm sml, btsaut tlu-y wcro
aiialieil thai plainlilf waa a bail m ill Slid
should be exposed.
1 he Rev. E. It. McNeil, another one of
tint ileteiitlaiita, said Ihi) parties who
siguinl the publication d.d so dohbcrslcly
aud ctoiw ientiou-ly lteeutl-' they were
lully siitiafieil that tlie plaintiff was an im
x,.ior going uiiiler nn swuuicl iii.ino and
was a bad man, and Unloved bis iuthietico
for evil should ln tlentrov ed.
Prul. II. C. Irhy, prt'.d r f iiiathe
lualics In the I'liiversily of litis city nuJ
one ol tlie inoti popular men in Wrsl
'lennenee, ttHiilifd tlmt plaintiff stood
well hem until divixioii in tho church. Ho
aid plaiutill lii.irded at his InniM ten
tnontha, beard li l in say (hat be was con
verted lu North licorgia utitler the preecli
ing of nu td'l uneo'iialed pn-at her; Mid
he had never hcaul Spurgeou prcaih until
l-tk lleloltl witnc Hint hi father's
naiun was John llowsid, was a big lawyer
in lamdon anil Ibe (Queen's Counsel; said
bis Inlhcr was pro-counsel to the (hiein
sud she would pot sigu any papers with-
ul ;.h s.itttf. tin gnve In tu a llirtiliDg
tleseriplit n ol bis Inn on I lie Tigreas in
search ol the Itstt Polaris; thst be wss in
the scientific department arid ranked as
lieutenant. Told w lines tnsny other
things lo convey the Idea that bs wss a
Piol. (teoigii, s farmer, and Ir. T. J.
Heupree, two more of tho defendants snd
prtsMsaor in the I'lilvcroily, tcalilird Hint
Ihey rigiictl Iho puliJuaiioii solely for the
I'lirioseof prt'tit ting the I niventiiy and
lite ( hun h. Tbey stated that they bad
leteiwl lellcrs from a niimlicr of their
pal roll thai liuless the charge published
III llm Irvr iiniiiui weiv anaaurt 'i sun cx-
plailietl that they woind withdiuw their
laitrvtiage hoiu Iliu liislituliun.
A Taa HliriilllMt.
l.ivniMi, Mich., June 2a Tbe Ilutb-
tier bill, whit h propo'd lo vastly llirresso
Ibe taxation of the railroads by imputing s
l'cillc l.tx on their hilling stock snd a
lax tin all tlielr otlirr property in (no anno
to inner as tlmt iiiiie.l on privste Prop
erly, waa killed ill the I loose last night, it
being Indefinitely iniC'L Roth House
l.gree.l lo the bill ordering a State II r 1
nl Arbilr.ilioii to settle labor troubles. The
bta.rd la to cotiaisl of threo mviuticrs. to be
aps)inlet by the (Iovernor. Tbey at
given ower to lunio lunpnas tor si-
llffcteS Slid to COInpel tbo tTiloctlon A
books tho aaino aa a Court ol Recot'L
II. K. rmlaa Aalnla1.
I--i ll Plisitt h l Til AtiL
Namivii.uc, Tenn., June V - IL R.
Preston ba been appointed g-rf pas-
renger and height agent 1 1 the r.ie peaks
A .Nashville Kailroad, Willi t aiquuricr
al (iallallu. Thu ChiKai-'U x N.i.hville
txtends hoiu (Jallatm, iea4., to ecotts-
Ilia llslsllaa I rmr4.
Ih.svKa, Col., June ?-Cominissltiner
Rich, of the Western, ' Jora-br and South
western Railway A aiatioi.s, ha ton
tiered bia reslgnslici o Uk ellect July I.
Hi successor ta t b.s n decided Uou.
lata ar,a. al I Itaevllle,
Sprclal lil.i-.ul- J tat- A-l.
Corrr.Mii , Mia., June 2(k Mr. J. II
Tbacksioo. ')' 'pii!ar young man of
Ibis plsee. and Mis. IWtie Holley, of near
here, w.' J Utilit d in un'ilngo by tho Rev.
J. I.'. I ih. Ihisctcil ng, al i o'clock.
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