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. ,.,vr ... . ', ' i. t ..I. m i t Pages 1 to 8. ESTABLISHED 1840. MEMPHIS, TENN., SUNDAY, MAY 12. 1889. VOL. XLIXNO. 10G IB. LsoWenstein t pos. IB. L;oWenstein Qpos. IB. LoWcnstein $j JBPQS HOSIERY r parasols: TTe tciM at private sale last week cf the largest manufacturer cf Parasols and, Sun Umbrellas in this country, twenty-five hundred pieces, consisting of Fancy Coaching Parasols, La Toscas in Sterling Silver La Toscas with Borneo Baxboo Handles, La Toscas with Malacca, Acacia and vexel Handles, And Sun Uxbrellas of Every Description. The entire lot were bought at about cnc-half the cost cf produc tion, and will be placed on cur counters at a small advance over cost. One lot Fancy Coaching Parasols, $2.25, were $5 and $7 Best Black Puritan Silk, Short Handles, $2.75 One Let Gloria, Metal Handles, $3.75 One Lot Fine Mourning, 24-inch, Short Handles, - - - $2.25 One Lot Extra Fine Silver La Toscas, $7.75 One Let Extra Long Malacca and Acacia Weed Handles, $4.25 One Lot Best Quality Gloria Sun Umbrellas, - - - $1.C5 SUIT DEPARTMENT. $3. So $4.75 OK L r V,'e cfer in this Department throughout the present week four ipccial drives in WHITE DRESSES: One Let, All Sizes, at One Lot, All Sizes, at One Lot, All Sir.es, at One Lot, All Sizes, at All cf these are fresh c.ni new, and the prices quoted will hardly pay for the materials c,ni making. IVe also add to this lift White Mother IIureard and Prin cess VRAIIERS, LINEN LAV.'N, G INC II AX AND PERCALE VRAF- 2 EES, and cur lest CALICO MOTHER if- r 20. JO r HUBRAIXSal $1.25. OF HEW FPxESH GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES. On the quality depends largely the satisfaction to be derived from your purchase. If nccd3 are not cf the quality set forth in an ad vertisement then yen nave lost by your purchase. Immense, quanti ties cf. goods arc ccld -annually 'that arc net what they should be. And right here is where we ccmc in to protect cur patrons when wc guarantee the quality of any article this guarantees to you what you pay for and us your future favors. Rare Offerings In Our Silk Department. One let cf Light Colored Striped Wash SILK, fully 2i inches widde, at 75c per yard. FANCY NOVELTY MOIRE STRIPES. Fancy novelty MOIRE STRIFES for trimming and combination, 22 inches wide, all vurc silk, heretofore sold at $2.25 a yard. Knowing they are a little cf in style, we will close cut the let at 07 l-2c a yard. BLACK SILK DRESS PATTERNS. Silk Dress Fa'.icrns-Thc very finest quality Black Cachcmirc fin ished Gros Grain DRESS SILKS. Only a ftw'paltcrrs left at 50c cn the $1. FA I LETTS- SOMETHING NEW. Faileltc New fabric for Summer wear. Thisfalric is mere suit able for warm weatherwear than any silk fabric act introduced, and can only le found in this city at cur Silk Department. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. Nuns Veiling at 15c a hard- At 15c a yard, 100 pieces Nuns Veiling in Cream, Pink, Light Hue, Cardinal, Electric, Navy, Old Rose, Nile Green. Srld everywhere fcr 20c and 25c. French Bcio: at 37 1-2: a y.ud At 37 l-2c a yard, cue lot all w::l French Beige in mixd ccl:rinos, rcdwrdfrem 50c. 4l-In:h Alapaea at Coca yard - A! G5: a yard, 44-inch Ala paca. Ont'i a few ccl:rs left. Was OOe. All-V.'ccl Broken Checks at 75c ayirdAt 75: rcr yard, enc lot 42-inch, all-wool Drclen Checks. -Seduce If rem $1. KID GLOYET. A lot cf cdd and enin, in Ladies' '4-bu'trn Kid Gloves, colon an I ll.iok, in tkefc.'lcwinj size.': 5 1-2.5 3-4, C, G 1-2, G 3-4, 7, 7 1-4, at 00: a pair. V.'crth $1.50 und $2. in Department. S Pairs for $1150 Dozen Ladies' guaranteed Fast Black COT TON Hose, extra fine and absolutely rtainless, with French toe. jLihsc gceas cannot cc duplicated anywhere at the price. G Pairs fcrSl Men's unbleached Ealariaann IIAIF-Unr.v boxes cnbj cf 6 pairs. This is a big drive, as they are full regit iur iiium; ana wc graze usuauy retails a: a acr.cn. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. Let 1 Ladies' ClIEX'ISE, made cf Lanadcn muslin, entire rhe effnc embroidery, cress tucking and Tcrchcn lace, at 50c; worth $1. Lot 2 Ladies' MOTHER HUBBARD GOV.'NS, made cf superior muslin, tucked iickc,camlric rujfe around neck yoke and sleeves, at C5c; wcrth $1.25. Let 3 Ladies' DRAWERS, made cf excellent muslin, cluster of tucks above ruffle of fix embroidery and novelty Iraid, at 50c; worth 90c. Lot 4 Ladies' SKIRTS, made cf very geed muslin, cluster rf tucks above tucked cambric rujle, edged with Torchon lace, at 50c, worth $1. Let 5 -Ladies' Lew souarc-ncck CORSET COVERS, made cf Berk ley cambric, edged with Tcrchcn lace arcund neck and arnlsizc, at 45c; wcrth S5c. HANDKERCHIEFS. 500 Dozen all-linen Genie,' Hemstitched HANDKERCHIEFS, in printed and cmlroidcred borders. These goods arc wcrth 50c and COc each in any market, tut having closed cut the let under value, cfer them at 25c each. DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT. SCO Pieces No. 200 soft finish Cazmuc, Long Ckth, 12 yards in piece, at $1.50. This is a decided largain. FRENCH SATEENS Y.'crc never r pejuhr, and arc in great demand. V,'c arc con stantly receiving the newest things cut. This week wc are rrrtarri to snow many mw designs never d:s- 7i!T7r pidycj, ccrcrc. V,HK T AMERICAN ARTS. V Margaret Sullivan's Paris Letter. Her Roflootlous On American Art and Industrial Products, Now On Exhibition at tho Oreat Universal Exposition, Aa Compared With Those of Euro ' poaa Coimtriea. ? Whll Amrlc ! Tmt In Advance in the Uiaful, 8ba la Badly Deficient In tba Decorative Arte Why Tble 6houlJ Not Be. ( 0prri:ll isv), by the Xr Ynrk AflrLtrl PmH.) 1'amik, Muy 11. A iluily ol tlio t'uiver ail Kxpurition for tho uroto of compar ing the proJucti Into aliich eloign ciitt-r, diiH.loo te truth concerning Atnerirau growth. Tl-.a claiKiflcation in which tho'O truth aro aircal unmnrino everything, in Iho 4uunufm.Turo of alilrli Ixyiuty ii LU-mlui with UHcfiilmiw. The Unit truth in Unit thr American constructive niw it superior t'' the Kiirnp-an, anil the accoml that tho i'uierirnn decorative eonim ia in ferior to Vie nuroM'nn. Tho American bajur(t'l the Kuropcun ii.ochnniKiii.but 'thett-M of beauty i stilt .I ill I in the bit-out Amcric.in artimitiihi, apenking ' broadly, whea brought fuce to face with KurojH'im trluaniihip, I mora fnt-llirrnt in tho application of nii-iina to enU aixl in direction of method and economy of lubor, hut ia rrudo and oIdiokv illiterate in Unto. In an) inn tl "9 rune tho rixk of innkinu Amcricnna feci a reacntment which tho German poet, Heiue, avowed on a familiar ocr:ilon nt dinner, w hen, an ho wroto, he would eju.lly furet all the vcxatlcneof the world, hi fellow country men rpoilcd for him tho beat diahee by ouriii( over them the bitter aance of patriotism, lt would be an a(rcealle duty to writo only prniao of tho wrorka of one'a own country, but the exposition and one.' own couutry aro entitled to the truth. If, In reading it, the nntlonnl intelligence ahall be led to right rellec'.ion Umhi a themo whoto importance i Ineatiinuhlo, and whoae acoon i nraeticallr intiuite, another I'nivenuil Exposition will furninli a mora gratifying chnptrr of American indiiatriul and e.thctlc hi.lorv. lHviirn enter into the treat mont of metal, wooil. textile, paper, leather, clay, akin and atone. We have in our cone the raw material aud ratenliala, with few excep liona, of nearly the entire claillcalion generally aiveptud a decorative manufac ture in ttii exposition. Our progress in their employment i ehuwn to be except in a few groat departmonta, primi tive and paltry. In due articannhip, when considered with every other coun try of magnitude, we are put to shame. IUiminst from the Amerlran exhibition the machinery, the gold and silver linith-It-a and the art of lapidary and glaasmaker, and there i no American decorative in dustry remaining tton which on can lintrer with en I infliction. Kven euch coun trie a Italy and b'wilicrland show that the craft of the wood carver ia active. lioumania, Servia and Ci recce, none ol tbom iu close touch with modern thought, 1 i-.lnT beautiful prodtirtM of tho Iikmii. Continental eonii' tries, w I. oc indimtriea aiv old, retain thn siipn'iiincy which their ptiil.U and wIumiIm created. Knulatnl, until very iiioIitu limes mldirted alnnt exclurivcly to trudii nn.l to manufacture sppi-rtiiiniii rall.er to the nvecftxitie of civiliuitn.n tlii'ii to tho adornment of it, has accepted tuition from people w hose spirit is more, rrtmlie thiiii hers. Her porcelain, fiiriiiturv, metallic pn.dtii'tH, tiiH-sliies, carN-ti, paper hiineiiiH, velvet, skins, shawl and lirornilcs conMituto an impn-NHivo M.rtion of her entire exhibit to eatnlniio which rtNpiiri'S a latyo volume. In each of IhehO clivif i'ltin she ailmits the teaching of (ii-rinnny, Kram-e, Holland and I U-l-L'itim. If Kngiiiiid hns learned from a.tiHtie KiiMpe how to blend lieniity with liwful ness aim lifts bad no occimoii to admit that thn people who w rented from her their political liberty bnvo n'ated even In a century a national spirit unformed l.y beauty and able to meet nation I.-m fr.-o colleetively or individually in this field nf liuiuaii toil. Ilia piohihition which Parliament sent over to our fun-fat her concerning manufactures, wo have removed tl.roiiL'houl the runga of strictly ini-el.ani-c.il priHliict. Within tho month that lias glorified tho centenary of our civil iu-le- eiiilence, we cannot oil. r nt the eonreM of tho world's skill a solitary example of American ircelHln, tine texture, siiM-rior hruiucs, nrtislic iiiauipulalion of w.mhI, dccorativo psr or leather. We oiler liiachines that call writu or talk, inarhiiie that (K-rforin all tho lulx.r of tho lield hi. 1 that solvo most of tho problem ol the factory. In an so of physics, distinguished by thn dis covery of no new principle, wnhavo atonihed scieueo itself hy mm hitmlion of principle and by the creation of resource lor tho convenience, of man kin. I Hut wo have added mureely any thing to the beauty, gnu-o nn.l rcposo of Idealism. While jiltly lx..iling of our rank a mechui, tdeuiist ami dec triciaua, we still pay 'riinportution to Knglnnd for our native fins, skins, leather and cotton, ami are content to pay after word a second tranriHirtiitiou and thn mniiufiiet.m-r'a price aa well as thu cus toms tax for the product into w hich our raw materials have been turned. Add to this the yearly it ruin of money tin necesHiirily to stake the millions nud pay for decorative manufactures, from every factory of Kuroe, an approximate estimate may bo made of the coIosmI ii illy we pay with incomprehensible stu t.idily for failing to develop a sviisti of yj-iu aud conismiiion in our own vouth. 'll.ere are American porcelains ami wall paper which might have Inivn exhiliitc.l hero with safety us showing pnimise if not acliiuveiiirnt. 'Iho glaa cxhihil ha coin manded candid, even enthusiastic praise. It i from the Hawks (.ilas flitting Work at Corning, N. Y. In the auine exhibit are creditable example Irotn tho Ki'kwixxl potlenea, near Cincinnati, which tho widow of George Ward N'khul founded a a school of practice In connec tion with the Cincinnati Art hcl.ool, aud which I'avia, C'ollainere V Co., of New York, havo rnrried on. The exhibit of gold and llvcMinithing I combated of four grotii Tillany's, Ihe Gorhnin t'ointisnv, tho Isircl.iMs Company and the Meriden llrltttiilc Com pany. The Itochoater ltmp Company shows a selection ol gixid bronisra. The Lyon Umbrella Company hi an Interesting exhibition ol handle in gold end silver smithing. In the treat ment of jewel nd on the Invention of decoration of small article of ornament or personal use the American exhibit 1 un doubtedly superior. There ia a surpris ing exhibit of Industrial bronses from Kiissia, artist Ilka linceray, who died two rear ago, Liebcrich, 1'oaon, Grats cuoa aad ilach, btiuj; th sculptor. These llil'-iiu hronres, whether siiiL'le llgures or g'oups, m remarkable .Ira in:.tic ipialilieH and lmo a dehency ol pre cision and freedom of modeling thut i II ti;lc th"in to u place iu tiie lino rather I hail indiutii.il art In ilccorativu tre.ilui"iit of gol.V silver mi l jewels, in clehing tiud em.i.ielir.g, the American exhibit slamls ti rut in m.i plieitv, le.uueis, vleg.nieii Ulld suggea liveliesa of ilehill, an Well us ill I III) ll.p-n-iousnex with which iiki mid heitulv lire nMM'iated. While endless copying oi ex hausted patterns proceed in" l.uiociin worklio, tho American ileiuer is man ifesting illS'-cruiiii III In the selection of types worth preserving and originality nud imagination in tie- real'on of new one Ki-Ksiiig tho essential traits of In-suty. The 'I i finny exhibit introduce native Idem of decorations taken frankly (nun thu Indians and th-vcloK-d, prvwul ing a pleaning contrast to lit ii.xh and cilo. i. ml designing w hi. h M II ibltilv reMatiug thu feeble still p.i:terns of Indian, h ick neyed at tho Coloui il exhibition three year year iigo, nud w orked to subsequent cxIiniHlion at Kensington. In fonv nud individuality, a well in in cxipiisiie man ufacture, tho lioiham Company stands in front. Also in thu arte tic us of the plate by tho fleclrical prceci-s, thu Mciileii Comimnv h is no isiblo rival. Thn small nriieles exli li.le.l froin the worksh'.ps of the l air, bill Company, such as pencil-, ii. iilel.-Un nnd p-n-holdi r are also nntiilile for dainty fancy, durability iu con struction nnd licuuty. If wo have supplied an intelligent world with n-iidiug, wining und eN-aking mil. chilli we have ulo given il the only uni versal gold en, but with this brief Com. me;ilf tho decorative and induiriiil art ol thu I uited Mutes, iinpiesiva iu only ouo great hue, coniesto an end. It la incrvdiblo that wc should b? content to occupy a relatively iiiiguilicanl ositiou. Ihe t'ni Vcrsal I.XsMilioii shows iluit our path out ol il is not untried. Ijiglaud ha Ukoii it heforu our eye. Miu aent to nrtntic con nines lor il. signers, loreiuen and trained art. Mills, hhu lixated art museum und established technical art 'schools near thu centers of her raw m.r.erials. Mm ha been educating her lilsir. Her artis.i are ucipiiring thn const loilsucM of tho artist. Mio sol npurt money every year for tho ail-triiiuiiig of labor. Wo I.hvj been doing iu a small nay, involuntarily, What she had the sagacity to do in a largo way. Cli'ler stnvs ol lier liiu oi.ipieraliio commercial Instinct wu havn used loreigu trained lulsir in founding thu decorative industry thut wo can now boost, 'ihe artii't-aitisiiiia of the Tllluuy house a few year sg.i were nearly nil foreign horn or iminml, aud one third of them are so now. Iho chief designer, who i uow in i'ari", Mr. I'aulding Farnlum, w a pupil of the free art schools, whore exist enco is due to the ton-sight end national spirit of 1'eter CooNr, but he has also a foreign training. The chief designer of llioGorham Company, Mr. Wilkinson, 1 an Englishman, and waa trained in Eng-i land. His chief as late Is a hrenciimau. A large number ol their must reliable art Inaiis, according to their representative here, Mr. llougnton.are foroigu by birth or extraction. Mr. l-'aiahlld :uU that for the Mulshing of article rrquiiing a sense of form Ihev employ only young men trained in srt school. Iho liritlauic t'omiisny, according to It representative, Mr. Miles, ha lieen developed into a great factory of artlatlc product only by the employment, to a considerable degree, of lorulgu-bora or foreign-trained labor. What the art schools of France had to do with tho re taining for her the first place iu iho ber.u tiful manufacture, can be Uiarnod In a little volum by Coiuyn Carr. The debt of Iho United HUite to fon lgu skilled lubor I best known to American architect, but all who have personal knowledge ol the Uilllcultlea that encoui- pn tiie ilevelopiuout of i (ft in mauu lactures will agien thi.l, w'.'.m Iu thn pint wu havo l en iiliuit totally dependent ill-oil ili, N labor, ll.o Auierlcsn urlisan, if given i. u opporiunity, s . m d. stances his alien eo.niieiiior in originality, keenness mid iiiveiitiveiiixM. When tho ediiei'ioii.il xl.iblt can be roinpar itively con-idered, it will Im totind that urli;ic pi-oplo beg. n (..lining the i-vo w ben they Is gin Iran. 1. 1 ; Pie inn id. Tho ebii I learns to think will. I. is hands when bo begins In llnilk with hi bead. Ileeor alive in. mill. ictuien are the most pmlltable. In thu future of the Ainerie.iii industry, when the training ol eye and hand is uui-ver-uilly establi-.hed in our tn uchools in ilmv of Ihe many abslr M l subjects i.f wbl. li It ia iniHiiiblethisludeutssliallnciiirean amount of know led?' practically usidul I here will ls naiurul Itenetlcnt dist.ihu l:on of talent into Ihe various artist crafts, 'i bo professions of law and medicine, tlii lounttrs ol nu n lisn's, now nil over crowded with underpaid men, wi'l hu re lieved, and we ahull Im.coi.io hs indeM-n. dent as fon-ign eoi.nlru-s in tiie mauilold products blending Ix-suly with us as we sru now in lo-xl supp'y, fuel, motive power and uiiuhinery. M.Roiai:r K. Si'i i.ivas. burn it at It o'ebs k at night, lt I pro pD'. to sH-nd all night on ihe summit of tl.i in in main; me nignt Ojt.ro win navn lHi-n pmv"-d al an altitiidj of Id.lHJ fi-et, MuMsrs. Haa nud Warner h.tvo b-i'ii oil Mi. Kaiiiier b dure. Tin proposition to illiinitii.it- mountain peaks a'ti.icts gieat aitenliou. A Fatal Wr-fi Metr HlnNla chain. Spa, Mli h It, 1 tin A.l. I'.iiiaiM.iuu, Ala., May II. A fatal wni k occnrrifi) sb iut a iiiiIm from thn city today on Ihe Allnn'ic ill llri-nl Sitithern, Engiuo 1-2, with four ears, was pulling out from the city when ! g.no a suddoii Jump, luft tho track and roliud dow n an embankment li ft e n feet high. Turn of the c ars followel. Thu tender smashed Into thn engine and crude d John (ila l ibs, the engineer, sgniust tho fence. Ilo ia fatally injured. I minimi Adholt Jumpiil out und was saved. W, M. lluiMw, liremsn, nnd John Conger, a awilchmoi, who weru riding on the running-hoard, were caught under tho engine and rs-rio.l'ly Injured. 'I bo former's legs will b smputuied. Win, Murphy, a car iucftor, wus paiulully hurt by jiiuiiing. The cniou I a total wicik. A Wsiasa ksslisrnl IsMs linn v. spn-UI l.iwiih tu lhs An.il. IliiiMi.xuiuu, Ahk, Msy ll.-Minnio Ma-, a whiio woman, w is convicted ol highway robbery in the ('rimin.il Court hero today and sentenced to death by bunging, fcho aasaultod und robbed an old Egyptian woman hero last summer. Tho assault wax most a'r.iv.ited ami tin) jury g.ivo the extremesl p -imliy. She will bo tho llrst woman eveijbmig in tin Statu, and tint llrnt eouvictcd of a iapit.il olleimg in Jellerson County. I'nllwt Hrelbren Cmntrrrne. You. 1'., May ll.-Tlie third day of the general conference of tho I'liilcl llrethrcn Church wu called to order by llishop V. Caatlu, of Indiunn. Iho com uiiltee to whom wu referred tho confes sion of faith, the Ileviacd Coiistitulion, submitted a reimrt favoring th sdoption of the revised law. The K v. Mr. Eloyd subiuittej a minority irnott. nd long debate on tho question followed. The sub loci was still under discusM jn at the ud jourmuuut of the session. 1 1 - The lllnrainatla . Monnl Rainier, l'oHTLAnn, Or., May II. Aapeclal dis patch from Healtle, W. T., sy: A. C Warner, I). W. Ilusa, II. K. McClure and II. rx.hrocder,ol 8 attlo, and W.G.Meelo, compose tlvo of a party of eight that will ascend and illuminate i,,iinl'Kuluioi on tbn nlaht nf .tut i 'in irtv will lake -- I in (' ..... along cventy-flvQ pound of tA lire and J Lara Strlanfe nf lnns. In in iin. Cal., May ll.-Onoof the lurgi st s.'i.uri-s ol o.iiltil m.ldii nt this put took phieo ufler tiio arrival ol the IV cille mull sic imer City of Xew Yoik yes terday afternoon, pepuiy Purveyor I'o garty nud an incctor seiinl II vo largo trunk which wero liiled with opium and hiU'led "Ah King, ranamiu" Previ ous lo making this iH-i.ure Fogarty had dm nd a small p.u kagu on the ateerag deck conUiniilg iiIhiiU liltis n voiinl of pri pjiod opium of g-Hsl brand. Ilisu nil Litis weru excited nud hu made further InKi tiou ol tho Chim-so pa -tiger nnd bugige. Ilo found what ho believed to be unusually large amount of baggage for so lew pnsseiig 'nt and I m accordingly directed each Chilian. nil to select In H-roual iM'longtngs. Win n thisbsd U-en done lb-sri livo trunks remained, wlin li no one apH'Sred and cl.iimeil. Ah King's li. i. mi co.ii. I not bu found on tbn paM-ngcr lil, und tin' trunks were accordingly Uk'jil a-lion-. They weio found In contain li'-arly VK) iHiunds ol opium each, making about l.tMl pounds ol thu ding, which, with Us duty, would bring thu v.iluu up to Jlo.OH). I al.il l.itrlan nt l ire IMmn. 1'irrsiiiNo, May II. Tho mine of tho Chnrlier I'.bs k Coal Compiny nt Tom hurl, a few milo from Chnrlier. this county, was the cenu of a ternbln explo sion of liru damp this mornin;, resulling in thu in-taiit killing of fcur lluiig.iiiuu miner uui greit d.imagii to Iho mi nes. Till mini of tho killud have not yet ilxl ll learned. Tlio mine havo Is-en i losed f ir wiini' limn nil I tho ga In I aiTiiiiiul.ited in tho dosertod npartmeiitjt. Hns morning thn four miners enlered thu pit lo get their tools. They carried their lamps us ustlil aud had hardly gotli-ll well into tho I. .1110 when lot gin igiiilml and Iho explosion followed. Thu miners weru horribly in in gle I and burned, and onu man hs I hi bead blown oil, nud another had his limb loru from hi Innly. 'I hey were all burned black. The victim weru ail einglo men. The damagn lo the mine cannot bo esti mated at tin lime, but il 1 thought it will be very heavy. Mleto Cal4 lllBClnga. liiwiMin, Iax., May II. Ian finllu ghcr and Joint Ilawlcy, two old time prospoctor aud minora, returned to Iho city yesterday from the nuw pla.nr dig giuga, thirty luilu soulh of hero on Uol I Kun. A district will bo organic -d next Monday uud law adopted governing locu tions. The digging are dry but wonder fully rich and incliidu liold ICun a distance of four miles and il tributaries. It is shot gold, though soma nugget re as largo a pigeon egg. A grand rush bu set in und almost 1!,ih) people will be on the ground before Monday. ., TIMsnnrg" Jnch UllleJ. Bt. Tail, Minn., May II. A spcciul to Ihe I'iuwer J'rrm from Ilutte, Mout., say: At a lute hour Thursday night bur glar attempted to gain an entrance to the houso of II. A. Dachuola, the family being abseut in Europe. Ouo of the bur glar, who ia known a "Pittsburg Jack," from the fact thnt ho camo hum a go xl 1'llUburg fnuill w.is shot by the wnlchtuan .'n charge and d'ed snnn afterward Tkr olh -r burglar' ss ar rested, leslenl iv n. irning he Was ar raigned and plead guiltv. Ilo us sen-lein-ed lo- ten year In Iho IVor lulgo pei.llentiiirv an I vim taken there yeati-r-' day nfii-rniMiu, Ix'ing silo within Iho wall bv ." o'clm-k. or litts lb. in Iwenlv boors after Ins nrn-Mt. It m probably Ihe iiun k- st ia, m r.sronl. Nlnns lle.ers sllu) llnnmera. Cn imiii in aii, litk., May II. A num ber of "prairie selnsiner" arrived in this city yesterday from the llklahoma country and are c.iiuHd north of town on Aincri- csn i rees, wtiere lliey Intenil m remain until Ihe Sioux rev rvition ia thrown oien lo settlement. Judging by reimrt that are Ix'ing reit-ived from along tho lino thee arrivals are hut tho beginning of a considerable cxilna from tho Oklahoma con nl rv. A dispatch from Pierre, f .ik., suvs: For some lime hiindieils of wtilcrs have U-en lying iu wait along the Sioux l.'i-ervsl.oii for the niMiintmetil of the Sioux Con. mis sion, and recently when Iho news was le ivived, many of them went on the reservation and alaked out their pr-H'etivn claims. 'Ihe mailer was called lo the attention ol Ihe Inlenor licpanment ollieials and now a lispalcli 1 1 : it u .iihlngtnu nnuoiince Hint settler w ill not b' molested bythodov iriimenl il I hey (fo mi the riwrvatioll pe iceiiblv, pick out thu laud and make no disturbance, as il is only ouealinn of limu when thn I Dels Will Ihi ceded and thrown open. In c itiM-ipiem-o ol this new I lie I art few days have developed a gretil rush for Iho bi-l parts of the reservation. Claims, slianlies nnd iniprovemenla aro beginning to ap-ck the country across thn river from Pierm, and with thu new of Iho lioveiumeut'a witioii in regard to going on tho n-M-rvn there Is no telling what thu next wi-ek or two may develop, Nlllesl III Mil sail HnlrlUsl. Ciiicm.o, III., May ll.-1'striik Fori, sixty veins o ng,, an I il watchman cm ployed iu one of Armour's pueking bonu s, shot Slid killed hi young wile, twenty threo year ol age, this morning, und Ihen put a biil'et into Ills own breal, Ju-t sIkiv thn heart, Ilo cannot recmer. Tho tragedy look iilucu nt Iho home ol Mrs. Ford' sister in law, where thn uiiforlunnto woman bud been Stopping for sol. .0 week. Ford hud ix-eu limn led but three inonllis, but lie nnd hi wile ipiirreled and they have not been living together for aoino tnnii. Ilie Alrnrlnws Initlnns. C'uici.o, 111., May II. A dispatch from Tin son, Arizona, say it lis U-en dell .. I tely ascertained that Cady, who was killed and Masted on a stove several ilnvs a:o, thn linn direr being charged lo Apncho Indians, was killed by tbroo Mexicnni who had ipi.urelled with him during the ibiy. He whs killed, rousted and mutilated. Nut a singiu Indian lias left the rcscMalioa or was even in the neighborhood. An I rih.OHlis an.rk al Annspells. Axsai-oi.i, Md., May II. A shock, vibration from northeast lo Southwest, suihii'd to hu nn caribiii.ike, was felt at Annapolis tin morning at .'1:45 o'clock. The trembling was accompanied by a loud claii, as though something heavy had fallen ou the lloors ol the house. lb Manerary lofeeHalil. 8i Fsamisio, Cal., May 11. Advice which wero received yesterday by a Chi nese steamer statu thnt tho Unit d Suite gunboat .Monocary will lie sold at pubi c auction at Vi'kohoma May 13, by order ol llcir-Aduoiul Kvlknan, LAST DAY AT NASHVILLE. TiiS WEST flJDK JOCiCCr CLVB Ft XLS Til AT IV H hXKM A bUCCBS), The KjsuIU Ther and At Louisville Miuchnia Pont Ihe Urown Prtnoees A Hstiisr Bad Dr For VavorlUs at Louisville Kutrln r"or Moadaf. Naii h i r, Tenn , Mav II. --The West Sidu AsMK-iiilioii cliM-d n very successful spring melting today, with a good card. iho track was lnl ui'l gouil time wa maile. l ir.l 1: h c -S lling; mile and a six, leeiilh. Starters: Con-iguei P7, I'r.tiicis; Cassandra 111, A. Covington; l.illlu lies ID.', (i. Covington; Puruell inl, Kxon; lleidiNniiii in), link; Jiockwick lis), ll.ilhaway; Jessie Mi I arland 107, Kich-cn-ek; ImIio 1ms, CiMiju'i; lam-st Kaco 111, Itonaliue; l.uev Howard 1 1 J, Overton; hedar Kuhii II.', Mallhews; Hod lj'ul II ' Abl.ia- II, .11,.,.. I I ! II V, II, ....... I '.1,1.... ni.i llu, llunle. Alter .cm ral falao start I r in i-t nt. got oir llrst, but soon gave way to I 'is k wick, who came iu an easy winner by two lengths, I. lulu lle.s sei-ond, a half length In fnuit ol Ernest line Ihinl. lime -I. HI. Posloilils; 3 lo I I lock Willi. 10 lo 1 cn. h l.ltlle lies and Eruest Knee, ;i lit n ,'si to I tlio others. Second Pace -Nliic-sixlcvlith. Starters; lluiilcy S lot, lirilhn; l.llhe Kintiev lot, IVUiig; Mih Itlou.hi lis,. U. Williams Pbymu b ii, lo rlnir.ly; I'.lai kloiio bri, liouiihiie; Cone I'lO; Cunningham; Ito liniil 111, ls-iiy. I. lily Kiniicy Jnniis'd nil lirsl, when 'the D ig tell, but Mis Plnllde lis k Ihe lead and Won by two li ii glim. Lilly Kinney sec lld, head In frniil of Him Uu.iie thud. Time &( J. Posl inldn: I In 1 Miss I loll lo, 7 to J Lilly Kinney, 1.' to 1 I !si kslouu, 2 to JO to I tho olln is. T hird li.uv -l iftii ii sixteenth of a uiilo. S;arleu. I. J. Ibmk lot. 1 ruui-is; (iarner 101, deihs'ih; Eva U im) b)l, (,. Coving Ion; Ia'.iiiuii HU, Abbas; loibuhlly I o.'., (Ivcrtoli; Ciiliforiini ll(, 1 1 or Jo. Ev4 Wise was in the lend when the ll.ig lull. At the B'.releh Kil-k wu III flout with tio lightlv ii.ming up last. Thu latter over look 1 C it - Is iiihI won by a lioso Irotn him, I n His1 third, two length awav. Time -I. .Ml. Puslisl.ls: 'J to I t.oligbUv, llj lo I 1. J. Ilu-k, 7 to I Eva Wise, 2 to'l to 1 j lo I the others. Fourth liuie -Onu mile. S'tnrtor: IVia ler V (ierhnrdy; Chnrlc Keed, tKI. iHv lui?, St. Albans INI, Ki uncut; Cnrtoon 107, Ibilbw.iy; lla.rr tileiin 110, iHmahue; Suutaleiio ll 1. Uavy; Heron lDi, Wit bum. Iloaster got oil iirst und led to Ihe distance ikIo, where Cartoon Jumped to the Iront nud won by a length, (MtiUlone ec oud, PoHsterihinL Tiuio 1:1.'. 1'ustodd: 4 to 1 Cartoon H to & Snntaleno, to 1 lloastur, 4 lo 1 to 40 to I tho other. Fillli llnco One mile and a quarter. Starters, log Three Vi, Francis; Oillord 90, William; Ixmg Chance IU7, (terhardy; lluutres 112, (i. Covington; Elcvo V, Monahan. 1-ong Clinuce got oir llrst aud kepi In front to thu three-ipiarter, whero llig 'Hire look Ihe lend, with lluutrr-s close up. Huntress, laing Chnnce and ldg Three ran head and bead lo the Inst sixteenth, but lluntrcs jumped out snd won by a lin k. l.ong Chance second, 4 mam iu front ol ibg Tlin-e, tlnnl. lime : w. IVsiloilda: t to It) lluntrcas, to I Uiig Chsnce, 8 to 1 liig Three, 4 to 1 to 10 to 1 the other. AT MM Iksll-tC the I'averllr lall Im llse Mewer- Hsrrbnsn lira Is Ihe rrlsirrse. Ixii isvillk. Ky., May 11. For the third da cf the spring racing, here the weather (