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TIIE MEMPHIS APPEAL: THURSDAY, JUNE G. 1880.
Washinotoh, Jims i, ISO.
Far Al)m ud MlsslMilipU Fain
warmer: variable winds.
Kor Arkanaai: Fain warmer wlndi be
For Tennesson and Kentucky: Fair; warmer,
Variable winds, becoming southerly.
MIH rolosleal Mepart.
Was DsrAa-tiisa-r, V. 8. BinsAhSsnvtcE,!
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TKItMS OF fcTBrCltlPTION.
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tine year I 7 uu I Kli monllu....
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Isx t ol seneral liilereit, til sueta must alwsyi lie
exenuipanled by lh name and address nf tli
tllrr, a a guarantee of hti gisd Inltn aim re
sponsibility. Nil noli cu bo taken ol anotiy
(ommunlmtlon lor 1'iibllmiliin inul lie written
on one ule ol the i:e only, an.l, Willi all oilier
Diatlria eonnerlel a lib liK'tilltorlalileiwrtiiipnt,
hould I lilnni-l; lo iln t.laor ol The Ap
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lour ll Ayi'iik
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arnlnl R7 liulri nimr il:iv lul jri'iir. Tile
limrkct if iiilrl nml enlii worn iiiiiniuirl ml
Tlie total nH liUto(lulo mm iniinlu r To.'.niT
liuli-a, liieli atlih-il In cultou to kiiiiv ill vrl,
miy would iniike the tot.il rt-i-t-l li (or
tlir M-nwin bIhiiiI "IH.ItlT li.ilr-soi ino vaae
liver total m eipn of luit vmuni of M,;!10
liitlca. cot loll at New Orlcuiu in itimly
aikI fill lint liiirliitiiiil. At l.iverMKil aoUi
are In firm ileimiliil. fillnrin uticliaiiiioil.
Krw York nMit an I fuliiie are ijnlet ami
alraily; nrar oiitii.n niT 3 Hilnt, wllh
Lin t iiuiiillia iiim'Iiumk'"!. Tim frnirrcil Jhi..I
liiill of rut toll la iliirluiiitfi'il.
TUB MEMinilS APPEAL
THCBdDAT. I I I I JUNBO. KUIli
THE II LV A IIOO OF ShiiO IX-
A great deal of rot li boon wrilton nnd
RjMikoii ttbout the ni-gro, nnd nuuy peraons
nlTuct a great and in some ciaes uu uiidni
tnillahle fear that ho is lucrcating at so
rani i a rate that in a few year ho will
completely overwhelm tho mliilo, and bo
aide to direct and control not only our po
litical but our sne'ul all.nr. TUero la noth
ing in thn way of statistics to Justify this
alarm. On the contrary, the figures are
the other way. Mr. JnwephC. (J. Kennedy,
who was Htiperinlendent of Ceuii4
for 1NU), and compiled tho report
f that year, in his preliminary re
marks thought It liup'irUut to obierr
the growing disparity tx'twcvii tho
pace at which the whiu and colored rscos
ere advonelog. ll-twwn SV) and IH'ii)
tlie while luereoacd 38 xr cent, and tho
HegnK ouly 2.' ier cent, and the total in
ctvaxo ol tho lie colore 1 and sUvej for
evenly years was ouly 4s'i per cent as
compared willi 757 -r cent for tho
whlU-a. From 17 M to 1S )J iho increoMi
nf the free colored and the slaves was 32.23
Ji-r cent, tho aluve tra lo being still in op
cralion; Wlweon 1 s.m and islO, K-r
rent., tho alavo tr.i lu havl.ig ceawJ by
t'onilitutional limit in 1HH, (rout ISIOto
ls.M, 28.M wr cent; from IH.M to 1HJ,
ai 41 wrccnt; from KJ) tj hj,2H1 per
reut; (rout 1I0 to 1H ), 2n.t.' er cent;
so l Imiii IHk) lo Is.H, Jl.tjJ per rent
"Men'," savs k. nno ly, "the rate ol ill
i renan will bo vn at a gUuco to have
l-eu gradually diniiniiliiii(j, c;'ii.tll
iluiiiiif tli hut thirty years, tliu greater
apparent inrreao ainoiij a'avi-a from 1 H If
to V.l Usng a. i .muled for by tho d;ni
ion of Teias ill HV" A shrewd oh
iver and raretul atatintii an, Mr.
Kinm-ly prudiitud thai thn raUi ol lliti
previous ten years (IS'.D to IW.O) would
certainly continue until lnsl, alter which
thoraUi would duniuiali to 2 ) per ronl,
until tho rlosa ol tho present rrntury.
Tlii be pndieled w i t bung the colored
fxipntiilion o( tlie wieilo country up to
0,417,130 In 1S7i. lo li.vt i,-.-.2 in 11, to
7,tr),5'rOln 1WJ ant t '1.111,4 .'J in I'DJ.
"Of theso a great prop irii mi," urmtd Mr,
Kenndy, "will Iki ol mixed deerent,
uu in 1H"0 one ninth ptrtol the whole
cu'orcd elaas wore returned a um'attoes."
nd this ratio of Iiutc.imi wna in (ill
laiiied. The n grit p ipulai ion, wlin h was
1.141,830 In I vu, w is only 4,st ),ono in
isro, but it lenpjd to 0,5V),7:U in Is,, a
dUcrcpuncy so grout can only be se
tnuntod for on tho aCoio ol care
losaneM and Indillercnco in l.sTu,
the crnans of which year was tuken
UoJer tho law ol I Hot. wliieh was clotrac
t'KixeJ by liou. M'alkor, wliosuperllilenOed
II. census report of 18S0, a "clumsy,
nOjonUsl anJ baiboxous." The gnu re-
ported In tlia negro population lie t ween
1870 and 1830 was 1,700,781. If wo add of
tliis 700,781 to thfl reported figures of 1870,
which ore 4,880,000, It would give us a
total of 5,580,701, a very tow thousand
mora than the toUvl predicted for that year
by Kounody. There would then remain
1,000,000 to bo added to those fluros to
make a totol of 6,580,701 for 1880, which
would be a toUl of a little leu than 90,000
less than Kennedy predicted for that year.
And theso wo are Inclined to boliove are
nearer the actual figures than those that
have been gvon us by the cenm
reporU of 1370 and 1880. This would
justify, not only Mr. Kennedy's pre
dictions, but tho claims of other
statisticians who huvo carefully ohscrvod
the tendoncy of population. In tho fifteen
Southern States, including, of course,
West Virginia, the negro imputation was
in 1800 4,179,071, lu 1870 4,472,084, an in
creaso of only 7 per rent., and in 18X0
0,0:11,215, an incrcoso of 34 per cent, an
average of 20.50 per couL for tho two do
cades; the Increase lu tho white popula
tion in tho same tiino bolug 10 per cent
between 18t0 and 1870, notwithstanding
tlie heavy louses by the civil war, and 33
per wnt between 1870 and 1S0, or an
avemgo of 24.M per cont. for tho two do
i sdes. This does not look as it the present
rnto of increase of the nogro populatiiw
was to bo dtcsdud. Ou tho contrary it
shows that even the increase predicted by
Mr. Kennedy has not been maintained.
Ho predicted tliat the percentage o' no
aroes to whites would In 1H.S0 be 11.08 per
cent, putting the total population at Ml,
4V),2ll and the negro.- at 0,.ri!)tl,29-, but
even taking the extraordinary figures
of 0,580,7'.3 negroes out of a toUtl popu
lation of 60, 1m, 783 it would ho only
13 or cent. For Is'.tO Mr. Kennedy, who
thus preiliets so accurately, puts tho total
whites at 77,24i4i,iS'J, and tho negroes a.
".Ikt'.iVVI, or 10.21 rr rent of the total
Kinilatioii, and for 1'KK) ho puts the
whites nt l(XyS.V,S(M, and tho negroes at
H, I'll, l.'i!), or a il) per cent of the whole
population. It will thus be keen that the
ni'ro U no t'XTition to inferior rsces.
They liavo ucver been able to witlmlaud
the inureh of tho uKrior, which is
guided by t law of unerring development
and that of tliu survival of the IIIUmU
conniTTiox jx ciiivago.
Tho Chicago Socialists are very strong
and very logical when they conllni) them
selves to criticising the weak, va:illating
nnd cot nipt ollieials of a city that see ins
to be as much at the mercy of thieves and
murderer as ever New York was lu the
IUms Tweed days. IjwI Sunday they held
a meeting, and, among other thing, con
sidered tho return of tho official thluf
Mciariglo, who, not long ago, made bis
e-ae to Canada and forluiled his bond ol
$.0,ik)0. His bondsmen could not afford
to lose so largo a si'in, and so they "ar
ranged" for "Miii-V return. Ouo of the
tWialUt orators telling tho 'story, ex
Ixx.k upon the iiletura," wld ha. "ol thai ren-
rewnutu of law and pulio. Juilga b-.d,
who toiel Hie mx hlnerf of his rmirl Uhis
lieirlus Dial Mrlr.: wan aiklrif a lator. Wlu-o
otio ol I hleain'a blguMt llilerri and raieala wanltd
a ini the tionorabla )mUi ctaalel lu rfreremw
lollili autUaal Ho did not aeud Mr4lar la to
ilaaaa rl telori whs bad ItitM yaan
eiilenea over hW liei.1. Ihla unrigru jmii
lieied Ilia mrraillnsi for nu ot ji" oii,.-t ikaa
to romnuiid a leloiir: lo rerosulu and lmle tlia
unlaw I ii 1 mmliiri ol Hi Mute a atio.niT An J
Ihrn ha rvuio Joan Iroui Ilia ben ill In gl-a
hliliMet In frli'inl.lilp to Ilia man whu bad but
the uiomi nl Ulura admitted that ba wa s
llnrl, III ouly lor luiiHtwunirnt Ha gate III"
eminent Ui l-nnirnvn agreement thai Dili
felou't tttnlihint'iit .hnuld tie oulv Mte third of tu
aiumiut "4 the n r I thai land Ik 'tl oaenM liw I t
lelurn li the Cook County an i Uoi 11 . lin k vi-'l
t KV uled by the lorlt'il. d oall tiaadi In I. Mail In
tlia aula. Wai IIm money lmn-1 n4i7 No. w
hare Ilia delura o4 Judge slirr4rl and rmr:iilnr
laingviMN krr delraud ng Tie e uuty ol thai turn.
And for whatr Ho lht our rhamplnn Ihlrf may
eoao nwk and IxMttrm -tor f-rknl Ilia aal ra
amount uf the Sua. 1 li la una o' U a l iln.i Inal
mike an hniiaM lima in amn'liiiL Ui-t.ar gltiau
now oolle.1 me liack M lor ilr.llui. It auou-jlt
luimeral I tin Hie aniouiil ol bla Sua. Waittl It
a uu- airiai'iin-ulT"
"ll a roil 14' y," aald a rolea.
"lib, u. II waian -arrrigeuK ul' If pone aifs
were eaoglil mWlng m. h all 'airaiigrme-il' the a
would li allotting lunging In, but Ilia rich Hurl,
the hour. I nftravuior. ami I n upright )u li,t aik
'arraiigt nruU' and no one Ue.liom thrro.
ll.l. I the moral Mttenneaa ol our Hl e. Tit
pnr au I tlie eipnaluii will avoid lh qu.ai'on,
bul I Ilka li bear the etiejlHii ou Ilia tlra-ii.
line man Mid lhl Ihey all iliould Im bannd I
told hliu lo k""p allll ol tlie T"l would l arjund
hrtiin k- Iba alinlghif dollar Is behind II all
Whi'ii we doawar with the rem thai breili Ilia
lnkTln ken. the h pardi, aud tbilr Ilk will
kaera lew hoiowl men."
This, coupled with the murder of Cro
n in, tho murder of a xir inaau man In
tho Cook County liuano A avium aud the
brutal treatment of tho paupers in the
('utility Aliiwhooeo or Workhouau Is any
thing but a creditable exhibit for Chicago,
ll looks as if the otlli isl rascals wore mak
ing use of their arlivo and eriateiil
crusade against the harmleM o:islula as
a clonk behind which they might lit tat
ter perpetuate any villainy that would
prrwt nl ilnelf and by w hich they could
nb and pinu.l. flho public treasury.
Tor. toils are gradually bring wound
around the great Irish leader, Alexander
Sullivan, ol Chicago, and it I now bo
lieved by ninny that ho was a patty to if
not the inr.tigtir of tlio murder of Cro
niu bccsiiso the latter wo gradually ob
taining thn proofs ol Sullivsn'a defslca
lion to the Clan ng tiael order a defalrs
lion that it is ciaimt.d amounts lo t aJO.IXX)
or moia Mr. Sullivan has not yet Ixwu
ama'.isl, but bo is under polics survell
lance and ran be taken In custody at
moment's notice. All aorta of sto
ries and iMuiora are current as to
his standing and iulluenos In tho
order, bul it is only fair that public
Judgment should bo withhold ualil there
it substantial bs-ns for it Mr. Sullivan
boa been a useful man aud ia a groat ora
tor and writer, and hu stand high in Iho
resiHH'l of those wb3 knowhim. TliOt
ciiaaactir olmkli i uiaa should not iw
li't'htly assailed,' t the same time it should
not stand lu the way of merited Justice.
In this connection It ia worth noting that
the Clan-na-Geal la coming In for se
vere criticism just now in New York as
woll ai Chicago. In the latter city, last
Sunday, a noted Irish Socialist named
Tommy Morgan, coufowiod that it "was
founded on tho condition of affairs in Ire
land nnd for a good object, but shrewd vil
lains and unscrupulous rascals have used
it to servo their own ends. They take ad
vantage of this and other societies to servo
their own ends."
Tin Kttv Yvrk Herald 1 in favor of the
adoption of the violet aa America's flower.
"It sUnds for modesty and ia therefore
true representative of America. Its col
ore are rich, but not glaring. It grows in
the garden and out of it It loves the
aun, but it can sprout and blxnn under
the snow." It ia the most beautiful ot
flowers and exhales the most dulicious
aroma, and wo, too, say let us adopt tho
Ax enthusiastic Chicago Democrat pro
pose Chief Justico Melville W. Fuller for
Democratic standard bearer In 1802. But
ho is too Into. Judgo Fuller cut his polit
ical career short when ho acccptod tho
highest ollice to which men in his profes
sion can aspire.
Tin Fohring Sea controversy, perhaps
dillicully, has boon precipitated by Secre
tary lllsi no with s purpose to foster and
protect the interests of the Alaska Com
mercial Company, Mr. lllaino ia nothing
if be is not a jobber.
aiiDauMuiB Maura dkbam.
A Delightful Performance at St Mary's
An entertainment as unique as It was
charming was given in the ball ot St
Mary's School yesterday afternoon by tho
pupils of that institution. It was nothing
h-eai than the prtweulatiou of an adanta'Jon
of Shakistpearo'a "Midsummer Night's
lrenm." It was a very ambitious under
taking, ot course), and it wo dillicult to
conceive, prior to witnessing tho perform
a nee, just what the children's preceptors
had in view, as, at first thought, tho play
would naturally seem bnvond the capacity
of children, 'lliu following were tho
Introduction. F.llnor tk'lrn.
Thcseua, lnku of Atluna. .....( arrit Pntney
Men. Kailierol lleriiila.... Atuie hie-u
Sirumv ""' ""ix sxa
I'lilloatrala. ma.leruf reveU... Mary W lleos
gnlniw, a inlr .... Alter Klee
eiitig, a )olnvr . . . Mary Ik'llamy
Iwiiiuia, a weasrr MAllna Ona-nwiaMl
Unl.'. a Ivllootameuder ........Iaiii1m Austin
Hih.iiI. a linker ...
Mrawding, a lallor ...Mary Kciubort
Hipiajlyla. tiox'D of tlie Ainaxona
llerinia.,..WM Alh-e I iilnr
ll.-U ua ...Malllda Held
Ola-nni. Kluaol the fairies Jane l4a
1 itnina. iJniTii of lite f alrlna M Kate MatMin
I'liek, or Koliin uuudli'lluwr Kiila Mini Miller
IVaa ill.i-soui. I I orlnne Ihiyla
oh Wrb, J I .. M.-..... r leiior Iraey
Moth. Itainoa M.hlo Brlriklvy
Mustard seen, I ........ .. 10 Walaou
other Kslrtes llatlia Ijiihora, f'snula llarla-rt,
Julia lo, Ifclla I'l'iklua, Maltaa balls Arnold aud
The boll was crowded by the friends of
llio children. Ibo slitgo was set as the
grove ami tho players were continued
Ix'aiilifiilly. Meven rus'iies were given, the
s.liipters suiivouing lu preaervmg a certain
oullino of llio play's plot and in holding
to its motive, l lio original object of Mis
lleocher, llio leselicr ol eha-ulioii, wss to
at i in u Into llio Interont of her charges in
tins puriii'iiiar lino ol study aim to make
them enjoy soma serious wgrk. That
she atuined her aim wss msds
very evident, (or the degree ol rxcellrncs
in read i na reached ly tliein was very stir-
tirihing. The children were of vsrious
aK'es, fiom eight lo fourteen; yet despils
their youth, ttiey displayed clear compre
hension ol their part and rare case of
manner. Thry wore lelter-porfect and
full of spirit Tho little lots to whom
Hi fairy parts wuro assigned were
aa natural as though they were
playing "ring-sround-a-rosy" at borne,
while INoao who aaaumeil the
leading rules spoko with discretion and
acted with much cloverncsi. It was an
other evidence ol ihn auperior skill ol tli
griMi iniutier, thai I lie) little rlulilren
should find in this drama nf tho Imagina
tion, whii h has charmod tli philoaopers.
an ipMirtiinity lo make a gracuiul exhiiil
Hon ol their budding tulvuls. It Is not
neeea-ustv to psrlicillarigo. laich child
did well: soino purliaiax bolter than
others, but as a whole, they won
rredil for thomselvcs aud for their
teacher. It was, on llio pari uf
tho latter a luoal coinmemlalilo undertnk
ing, for tho iMirtormanca corUnnly arotUH-d
in each ol the pUvcia an intereat In tho
works ol the poet that mighluolhsvlMcn
achieved in any oilier way. Tho cllocl
iiou their miniU uiiisl bo more perma
nent and ol higher benefit than the usual
lorin ol public sorcies for pupils in elocu
tion. Mia Temple designed the costumes
Slid Pisler lliiglieltn oini tiHi the sliiti'.
Tho intialeof llio plsy was well chosen and
sung. Thn sfteruoon entertainiiienl wn
given v.inetv by Iho rvndillou Uiweenlhs
act ol Ilia lollowing program ol music:
Nius la leiilllH-lhoina ...Wklwi hltie Itnrfi.rd
. Htlph- -llarbmaun .. . M.a. Jin.''ii a. 1 rwy
hiui bs ........ ih'k.n.-i!.t tarti Iwur
Ml Mary U l.amy.
I radla song M. II. list. M m hliai lh llo.Uinoiiih
Vig4 -V -ii f smi-aiia
siw Mat iM'iMmuts anu eiaiiey.
Ms.oHns-riri Violin ,.i' laingey
MluMallle (I. el.ll. r
Tl Ilea 11 M. Woolss
VlnAlllila lkardus 1 fsry
IbaitMiii lima Ixbalkowtky
x im Maty ivseru.n en.isai-u.
Till UIOBrtl HCUOOU
Wtiat Was fhown at lh Publlo Bsoap-
Yi-alet.lay was reception day at 'he
ll uUo at hool, the dour of llio institution
being open lo the public from 10 o'clock
a. m. to 10 o'clock p.m. There was con
st ant stieam ol visitor sll. day, the matter
of interest being llio work of the pupils In
alt departments, llio primary ileinirt'
rucnl rkhilnled practical work In arith
metic, t.--ooAply sand " languags
Woik, III teachers lielng Miss
Nora Cannon and Miss Maud Schwsl
never; I tic Itit.rtneilmto r lna.a,
In charga ol Must lirsc Kllr itlm-.
stoiwrsl ailisuccil ateria in Inn aaino Work
There wcr also shown ill this depsrtuient
relief maps, modeled hi putty, and results
In iMilativ, or actcm-o studir. Mrs. Mc
NmIiI. allll U d.i l.hl will. II. la an.....
rihilnted eKiuinatioii work In history ami
giHigrsphy, together with rluas work In
inipic.il stinhis on thiNso sulijerts. Mr.
linker room, also a clavairooin, run
tuine.1 a display of crs airangsil
In iMirtlolio which showed clasa sud
examination work In rhetoric and
hls;ory. Miaa Jennie Mioiivanu, in Iho
luUiraiorr. ina.le au eklillillion of works
in natural science., eapii'lally chemistry,
whu ipiuiiuiiv aualvaea liy tli ptipil.
siiasj r.iiima Plinth. Ui loselier ul wn
luamlnp, Kgk uiuny sviJuiuxsef hor pu
nils' accomplishments in this particular.
Miss Lura Hhortt exhibited all the senior
examinations in laitin, gnootetry and trig
onometry, and Misses Nattie Whits and
ma Kice disn hived the nupns' work in
arithmetic and literature. The public
display of exauUnaiion paper proved au
excellent innovation ou accepted customsi
The art exhibition was very attractive,
there being ahown the work of pupils dur
ing the year in nature, still life, costs aud
decoration. This department is under the
charge of Mrs, Laura l'ugh, of the Cincin
nati Art School. Tonight a musical re
cital will bo given by advanced pupils.
iso children will bo admuiou wuuout
TH ITALIAN PICNIC.
A Very Suooossful Entertainment at Es
tlvsl Park Tho Street Parads.
The nineteenth annual picnic of tbo So
ciota di Unione e Fratollunza Italinna came
off yestorday and proved a greater suc
cess than any of its predecessors. A utreot
parado was one of the noteworthy features
of tlie occasion. The procession formed at
2 o'clock in the afternoon, and, handed by
Arnold's Band, paraded tho principal
streets of the city. There were as many
aa forty carriage in line, the national colors
of Italy blending with the stars and
stripes being very conspicuous. The
Queen of the dav was Mies l'armelie Ci
cnlla, who, with her Maids ot Honor,
Misses Page and Siurla, formed an attrac
tive feature of tho parade.
It was 4 o'clock when the procession ar
rived at Kstival Park, where the Queen,
Miss Cicslla. ascended the atago and de
livered an eloquent address appropriate to
tlie occasion. Miss Cicalla wore Iter hon
ors with grace snd dignity, and justified
the wisdom ot her selection.
After the conclusion of hor address the
floor was cleared for dancing, aud from
that hour to midnight people began to
pour through the gates.
It is proverbial that the Italian picnic
usually draw the lurgeat crowd. Y ester
day was no exception to the rule.
At 8 o'clock p.m. and long thereafter
the pavilion was packed with merry
dancers, so much so that dancing was at
tended with some discomfort Outside
the pavilion tho grounds wore thronged
with people, aomo partaking of refresh
ments and others seaiod in couples at con
venient distances exchanging love whis
perings. Notwithstanding the largo crowd
present the utmost good order prevailed
and all present seemed to bo huving a
most enjoyable time, llio following com
m aloes are to bo congratulated Umju the
success w hicli attended their efforts:
(Jommitteo of Arrangements: A. B.
Vaecaro, Nich Mulutcsto, A. Garibaldi, A.
Itossi, A. Micholloti.
Floor Committee: J. Iamti, L. Vaecaro,
Jr., J. J. Sturla, John Cuneo, A. N. tiio
vauniii. Carlo Cicclii, J. llrignurdello, J.
Colombo, A. CiiHlello. Nardi, 1. Yulpi,
A. r. tuccaro, J J. Hadiuolli. J. J.
Massn, A. Itadinulli, A. Iloro, Ant, liar-
boro, Carlo Ilvtrari, A. lximbarUi, L. Uneto.
A DsNbla Wasldlas ellevllle,
Seclai Dlapatcli lo 1 b Apeal.
Nasiivii.lk, Tenu., June 5. A double
wedding was celebrated lu tho Episcopal
Church at Faynltovillo todsy, tho Ut Kov,
Charles T. Quiutard, Dialiop of tho diocese
ot Tonuosnee), ofliciuting, assisted by the
Itev. Mr. Hale, The contracting nurlies
were Mr. J. K Itodtsi, of laiuisvillo. and
Musi Mamie lanuli, ami Mr. T. J. Lamb
and Miss Kva Siono. There was a very
Malta gt maiwrjr.
Corrrapondrnra uf l ka Apwal.
Hi MmitT, Tvun,, June 6. An evont bo
yond tho usual interest was tho marriage
of Miss Mary C lUuivy to Mr. 8, 11.
Munn, of Jo kson, by the llev. N. I'
Itanuey, father of the bride, at the Metho
dist Church, this morning at 11 o'clock.
The church was magnificently decorated
willi choice flowers. The uahors were
Moure. J. It Jarrvll. & C. Williams, Dr.
O. W. l'onn snd Mr. W. It Wilson, of
Jackson. Miss i illie Fox presided at the
organ after the manner of an artist When
tho note ol a wedding march sounded
the bridal party proceeded to taks
their plans in front of Iho allur.
ins briiio entered leaning ou
tho arm ol ilia Ida Mann, ol llrowusville.
nnd Hi bridegroom wo accompanied bv
mt. r.mineti nnaon, i .nouipnis, as oval
man. ihs young Undo looked sweet and
a distinct typo ol beauty. She wss attired
In a traveling suit ol blue bengaieiie. em
urnidered In cream, and carried in her
hands a bouquet ol Mnriuet rose. She is
s graduate ol Noabvilio Collego lor Young
laidiea, cultured ami attractive, carrying
sunshino Into everr rirclo she eiiU-ns. Mr,
Maun rnuksamons the most iMinular young
men of Jackson, and boa already given
proof that ho poeaeaavs sll the element
ol a surressful businessman. Tbo happy
couple left Immediately alter the save'
inony lor a lour, alter wiiicu llioy will
make their borne In Jackson.
Hrs. llawMwh nwrw.
Siierlsl Plipalih to Tt Appeal.
1 1 kiss A, Ark., Juno 6. On of Helena s
oldisil cllisens dlcnl this morning after a
tirot reeled illness. Tho deceased was
nsmel Mrs. Ilsnnuh limns, and had com
Dieted her flglilv third year. Mio bn
leen a rtwiduntol tins city lor slniut thirty
year, aud IcavuS o,uiUi a number ol do-
luiko illaaisias Btaskkar.
Siiiwaso, Wis., Juno 3. Another rob
bery has been commuted bv a bivhwsv
man. Ho I supposed lo be Ihs same ouo
who has tHenn robbiug Iho mails in this
M..i.t ami wtin alan wnoil tlirom.rt a Irnin
on Ihs Milwaukee A Northern Koud lost
wis k. llo apeareoj in ivoieineti, a town
nf Una roiinlv. Viwterdav. and entered tlia
store of Solomon halm. Kshn was bsiay
at liia desk woon ine leiiow lipeii np
l....l.wl snllre)r and tuld lilin Li. han.
over all tho money ho had, which be did
lo tliu amotiui oi auoui rioo. iue ruootr
then led tho al'WT snd linding s larmer's
team at lh dour, iiuhiU hed ll and started
oil. Tho owner o' the learn prohsiled and
the roblier shot at bun late and then
drovootl. A large crowd are in pursuit
ol hi in.
Aa Allemsil Mlsiw las 4 ware h.
Cii ii-aiio. HI.. Juno .'. A disiatch from
I'omeroy, O., says. Monday night while
services were being held in Ihs Free
Metho-llstChureU near this city an attempt
ws made lo blow tip Iho building. A lot
ol iMiwder had, been i.Urvl under tho
church to whicfi Inau was studied and
llxhtud. but it ml- l lire, rullvlialf a
iMH-k ol blnatlng Kader was taken (rim
nnd.ir thn biiildmi after the Bllemnt wss
diaeuvered by lh rohirreualiou. At least
one bun Innl isr-rsous would have been
killed had Iho udcr been IgniUxl.
BImi g'. SHIM iaaalala4.
Wasiiixom. Juno A. -Tho President
mado the lollowing spMiintments today:
Charles rrics. of Norsh Crolln. to be
Cnited Stales Allntney r ihs Wealero
Ihstncl o( .onn i sronns; Henry U Mies,
of .Muutaalppi. o mnsl Mules Altor
liey or llie .oriiinrn I'isirii-lnl Mississip
pi; John Vignaux. o Lmieian. to b
Vniletl Siuu Mar.hal gr t, Western
li net ol nomauw.
LECAR0N.THE SPY, TALKS
IMPORTANT 8TATBMKNT8 ABOOT DB.
Donte That Cronln Was tn ths Par
of tho Brltlab Oovsrnment and Olve
tb Name of Chicago Citizen High
la the Clan.
London, June 5. Tho correspondent ot
tho New York IforW had, Saturday night,
an interview with Maj. Le Caron, once the
laruous secret agent ot tho British Gov
ernment among tbo Irish societies in
America. He lives tn a cozy suburban
home, undor another name. A Scotland
Yard detective lives with him, and when
tho two go out they are armed for any
emergency. Lo Caron it full of nerve and
would dispense with the Bervice of a body
guard altogether, but the Government
professes to believe that his life is in
danger and prefers to give him protection.
Le Caron says he knows that the very
men who caused Dr. Cronin's death have
worn to kill him, too, but that he ia not
afraid. He swears very positively that Dr.
Cronin was not a spy.
It was on this important point that the
correspondent determined to have a talk
with him at bis home last night The fol
lowing is tho result of the conversation,
which ia given In Le Caron s own words
nnd entirely on bis own responsibility, his
stutus as regards truth and veracity being
a matter of public notoriety:
Correspondent une point wbicb Amer
icana ready want to know, Maj. Le Curon,
is whother Dr. Cronin was or was not ona
of your men?
Lo Caron Most decidedly no.
Correspondent It is alleged in America
that he was murdered becauso he was a
British any. Do you mean lo say that be
was not in the employ of the British Gov
Le Caron I can positively swear be was
Correspondent But did you not say bo-
fore the Purnelt Commission that there
were four more spies in America?
Ls taron I never made such a state
ment, either before tho Commission or
Correspondent It is charged that von
confided certain names ol persons in
America to the lawyers and judgca of the
l 4. aron 1 nave nevor Implicated any
individual as a apy to any person or per
sons, and all statements ol mv having con
fided to Justice llannen. to Attorney-General
Webster or to Sir Charles Itussell, by
their direction or voluntarily, tho name of
Cronin as a spy of the British Government
are absolutely fulse.
Correspondent W hat is your opinion
as to the object ol ths tlan-na-uuol in
making theso statements?
las Caron The aimnle fact is that Dr.
Cronin was not killed for being a spy.
Aiiat allegation is now mauo uy uis ene
mies in order to blacken his character and
justify the murder. 1 repeat be wss not
a spy. Ho was threatened before I left
Chicago by the Sullivan faction for quilo
different reasons, and for those reasons ho
was murdered. And those reason were
that the Sullivan tuclion bated him bo-
cause be was troublosome. becauso be
portHrssod knowlndgoolan awkward nature
whicb lie was determined to expose, snd
that waa dangerous to tho faction men
tioned. Correspondent Did you know Cough
Inn, the detective?
Le Caron Yes. Coughlanlsa member ot
the Clan-ns-liaol and an enemy ol Cronin
and his (action, llo received bis position
through the Influence of the Sullivsn
nartv. lotrelhor with mnnv others now on
the Chiengi police force, from ths simple
fact that during two preceding municipal
administrations two chiefs ol police wore
prominent uiemiicrs ol the t'lan-na-ttaot
Correspondent And theso were
IiS Caron Superintendents McGariglo
snd Austin Doyle. Tho niomhrrs ot ths
C!un-na-4iaul have been enabled to place
their nreinren upon tno ponce lores in a
manner well known to Chicago politicians.
iorresiiondcnl list is the aituution
01 the l lucago pollco lorro now with ro-
card to the Clan-na-(iiicl?
liOturon 1 no majority or tho Irish
portion oi tno nucago ponce, ii not per
sonally connected with, are undoubtedly
In sympathy with Iho Clan na-Gael.
CrrewH)ndent Would they le likely
to stnolhur an Investigation, as bos boon
loiCaron As a body, no; as Individuals,
yes that is lite irisu portion.
CorreaK)udent llsve you hnaid prl
vaioly, since you left Chicago, of any al
leged action ol the Clau ns tiael in con
neciion with Cronin's ausjiuctcd treach
ery? Ls Caron Certainly not; but I hsvo
heard prtvataly, very recently, that in
dividual ol the organisation had clisnred
linn with being friend and confidant of
mine). Hut that sras only to create lirelu
dice against him. 1 knew him very welL
for ho lived near me, bul I always voted
CorroKimdent What reason would
there b lor suspecting hi in to be a spy?
lay Caron Nono whatever. Had he
been a spy, ho would not hsvo been so
brlliirerent. uor would ho bsve ealshliahed
a tiiinority fuclion, which kept him outside
uu ait the secret councils ol tho leaders.
CorreaiMitiileiit Is tho Clanna-tiael
very Inline nlial in Chicago?
lay Caron Yes; and much more than
nativs Americans believe, llio ore in ia
lion which is undoubtedly responsible lor
Iho murder of lr. ('renin, has had lor
years umii the roll of Its membership some
n( the moat prominent uicu in thicsgo,
Including such woll known riluutis as
John M. Smyth, one nl tho largest mer
chant in tho citv; Juil.'O I'endergast, of
the County Court; Judgo Moron, ol the
Superior Court; Wilhsin J. Ilynew, a
leading lawyer, luniel Coikury, a large.
eonl merchant: Dennis O Connor, s we
known capitalist; IT. (iueriu, s leading
nhvsiclan; Wm. Mctoy, the hotel pnmri
etor. snd Frnnk Ocneao, Iho gn at con
tractor. It ran bo readily understood that
obstruction to snv measure dntrnuenUil lo
thn t'lan-ns-iiael or any supiMirt lo any.
llilnir favorable to that Ixsly can be easily
manipulated by audi influential men as
This ended the Interview. None of tho
prominent Irish member here know any
thing about Cronin. Mr. Psrnell never
oven heard his uame, ami oei une io eg
press any oninion about lh circumstance
Ol IU wuruer.
II t ell Owl l WlaSww.
Siiat hUnLh lo lb AhiksL
Coi.t-ktat s Mov., June 6. Tbo body of
Mack Vaughn, negro cook al Iho immer
Ilotoi. was found this morning lying on
i. n.m.ii.inL (tial under his window, with
bis neck broken. 1 he Coroner's Jury re
turned a verdict that his death wss acci-
dental and eaosod by (ailing from hi win
A iTlar riroas JawkaaavMi.
JcaoNVii.i., Fla., June -Th most
extensive fire which has visited Jackson
villa for msny yosrs broke out at S o'clock
this morning in tho rearof the building on
It. 1. 1 . .uael formerlv lld (of thoOloctrio
lioht t.lsnt. A high wind ws prevailing
..,.1 in. ll r. atrea,l rsoldlv northward uu-
tillt had consumed overylhlnr mbnalihlo
In an area o( five blocks bounded ty Uaw
street on ths west, Adams on the north,
Ciav on the east and the creek on iue
south. The buildings wen mostly wooden
and of an inferior character, but many
husinssa firms were among them. At least
sixty buildings were destroyed, tho major
ity being homes of colored' people. Tho
loss will probably reach $200,000. The
ufturance ts light.
TWO BAD NEGROES REMOVED.
One of Tbem Insult a Whits Lady and
Both Ars Riddled With Bullets.
New Oiii.kans, La., June 5. The lime
Democrat Osyka, Miss., special says: On
Monday evening, soma ten or fifteen
white men, armed with shotguns, went to
the house of a nogro namod Dock Connel
ly, who lived five miles from Osyka, lu
Tangipahoa Parish. A nogro named
Huey, who was supposed to have been a
fugitive from justice and the object of
their coming, first saw the mob from Con
nolly's house and tried to make his escape
by running out from the back
door, but there ho met another
armod crowd, who literally riddled him
ith buckshot. Connelly, who remained
in his houso, was drapgod out and shot at
least thirty times, bis bodv being torn into
shreds. There is no clue whatever to the
identity ot the parties who did tho killing,
but it is understood they came from the
northern part of I'ike County, Miss, Iho
only person who saw tho men was Con
nelly s wife, who was in bed, having only
abort time before given birth to a cnild.
She said she did not recognize any of them.
it is not known lor what crime such a
terrible (ate was meted out to tho negroes.
It is said that a week or so sgo lluey
made an indecent proposal to a young
white girl, Miss Thompson, who lives in
tha northern portion ot Pike County.
Ten duys ago an ollicer an ived in Tutogipa-
boa I'urwti and arrested lluey. Ibe ollicer
never stated (or what critno he was ar
restod, and without a requisition from the
Governor or a warrant for that matter,
took iluey off. Tho negro was gone for a
weok. hen he came back. day or so
ago, his body waa terribly lacerated and he
said that he had been whipped by the olli
cer nnd warned to keep out of that section
forever. hut chnrgo there was against
Connelly cannot be learned. It ia said,
however, that ha was a bad negro.
Bobber Commit Harder.
Sii.VKK, M. T., June 5. Burrill, the
oporator at Silver City, sixteen miles from
Helena, was killed, and F. C. Jobst tho
Montana Central agent probably fatally
wounded by robliers at this place last
night A largo amount ol bullion was
shipped from here yestorday, the robbers
evidently not being aware of the fact It
is not thought that the highwaymen a
cured over K'tK). Tlie robbers tied in the
direction ot Murysvillo and olllccrs and a
posse ore in pursuit Tbo Montana Coat
Company has offered a re want of $2."r0
each for the capture of tho thieves. A
txaiso of forty men armed with rifles has
just started irom iieieuo. l lie city is all
Tk 4 al hall I alverally.
Wasiiinoton, Juno 5. Mr. Morris, an
attorney ot this city, recently rolj lo tho
Secretary ol tho Treasury on behalf of tho
Catholic university of America, located in
tho District ot Columbia, saying that tho
university desired to have tho services of
learned buropcan professors (or the divin
ity department ol the university, and In
quiring whether the immigration of audi
iiersous would be regarded by the depart'
mcnt at a violation ol tlie terms ol the
alien contract labor hi w. Mr. Hepburn,
solicitor of the treasury, has just given an
opinion that tho Immigration of tho lor
eiirn professors, under any contract, ex
press or implied, would be cleurly a viola
tion of the sheu contract lubor law.
A nagfeailem ge ftarliBdale Mea.
To Ut foil lor of Tb Appeal:
Sir No political newt ever published In
Tub ArrsAL, so tars Miislipl is con
cerned, bos ever occasioned so much sur
prise snd will excite so much comment, si
the announcement in your yesU-rdav'a
paper, of tho withdrawal ot Maj. JUrks
dale as a candidate for Jjiovernor of the
State, and none will over bring more genu
ine regret to Iho supporters of any candi
date now or hereafter than is now fell by
his suiporlors. By Ibis magnanimous set
be has endeared himself the more to them
and to every lover of tesre in the State.
and has shown hlmsulf to have born wor
thy of their support and the warm regard
they feel lor him. And now what ought
tho Darkmlule men to do? Iu tho unseem
ly scramble which is lo bike plac.i in the
convention between still some half tdoicn
avowed candidates for this high Mlli'c, and
with which MhJ. Barkralale will haven-ith
ing to do, what part ahull his friends take?
That they are strong enough lo havo
secured his nomination, if ho had not
withdrawn, I do not doubt If, with auv
tiling like unanimity, they determine lo
siiport either ol the other caudidaun, they
can nominate him. is a certainty. 1 know
not what may be the feeling In other
counties amomr the Iwiksdiiiu men, but,
Siesking (r inyaoll a one ol Ills first sup
porter, and aa a delegate to Iho conven
tiou and I Ihink, also,. 1 but voico
tho sentiments ol the other Bsrk
dale delegate from this county wo
have no second r hot ce among tho
other candidates. We will bo to this con
vention Ire nnd untrainuiclod and veto
for w hoover wo believe will inako iho host
liovernor. and whoso selection, when
made, will do most lo promote harmony in
l he Dc-uocrstic party, which. In liiiir
(rum the tiumlrcr ol candidate lor that ol-lli-o
and the spirit show n by Iho iipHir:ers
ol soma ol them, seems 'almost ready lo
full to piece ol it own wul'Ut, or at least
ssitiil to need now more llinii il ever did
the wisest counsel to preservo it (mm
destruction, or, if not that, Irom dmnorali
g.ition. I Imp). mid I tielicve that all of
Ma), lt.uks.lnln' friendl throughout Hi
Stain will think ol this snd remember that
il is not merely s party question with
which w hsvo to deal It involve our
denit and miwl sacred inMroats, for Ut-
bind it lies tho ono sliaorbiiig iiiiaiion in
this Slate, whether ignorant- shall again
co no to the front aud sorely trouble i( it
does not s.nin, even though il be (or a
time, over whelm ua.
lt then, Iho luirkadale men, gj to '.l.n
convention llioso who have been selected
and tie" who ore vol lo bo go to iho
convention (roe lo consult at to what is
beat to be dous lo carry out tliO wish ol
their illustrious chief in promoting har
mony in the party not only among Idem-
selves hut with llio wiao and thoulilliil
men who will be there (nun ad parts ol
the State, and willi whom Maj. llaiksdalo
was nut lira! choice, and who pornsp
have no strong pn-lereuee (or any ol lh
candidates. I'.y doing ibis wj ran iu ik
our lulhiiuic tell (or good in tho conven-
lion, snd the man ol our choice, whothor
it be ono ol tli pn nl candidate, or as
I more probable some yet unnameu nisu
or at least soma man not candidate, wu
In all reasonable certainly bo tb Governor
ol the Stats. Fottuuatoly lor ua. Missis
sippi bos oilier men beside me canui
dnies, as ibwervlng and a caiwble, to ssy
the lessl. and as unselfish and patriotic as
Ma. llarkadala. w ho can fill with honor'o
themselves aud credit to lbs Stats the
otllco ol Governor. Upon soms such man
ths niantol may falL
A lUKtSOAtS Dkmocsai.
itosedal. afJga., June 3, im
ARE THEY ON THE RUN?
DOES JTJDQS D0BO3B HOLD TH1
WHIP END IN THB OUSTER CASH t
The Announcement That ths Aniwsr
Would Not Bo Filed Until July 1 Bears
Its Fruit It May Hang- Firs Until Too
Lats for Bervice at AIL
It is not yet a matter to go down into
history, but it really looks like Judge Du-
Bose has those who filed the charge. . of
duoliug against him, tor oustor purposes,
on the run for high ground.
A report to this effect reached an Ap
peal reporter soon after the proceedings
were instituted, but was dismissed as ona
of thoso rumors time could best establish
Yestorday morning Tns Appeal an
nounced that tho Judge's answer to tha
bill, in whatever form determined upon
by legal counsel, would not bo filed before
July 1. This was doomed a long time to
wait, and therefore a sore disappointment
to the public, who had only to stand oil aud
say, "Go it boys; take your punishraont,
but give it back with interest!"
The anticipated epectaclo wu looked
forward to as tho greatest of
summer attractions, with enough of the
political ingredient to briug everybody
into a little closer bonds of sympathy with
one side or the olher. The suspicion was
correct that the gonoral public so regarded
it There waa widespread disappointment
over the delayed date of its arrival This
condition of mind might have proved
more serious to some but for the presence
oi mo picuiu aeusun, auiiuuer upera anu A'
other light amusements on which to lij aasij p
r -t. ! .
There wore exceptions, however. Evon
tho postponed date was much to soon for
some. A representative in (act, the
leader of this rlasssoinformedsn Aprs At,
reporter yesterdnv. llo is and has ever
been the personal' and political friend of
those who sailed into chancery with this
litllo bill willi which it was proposed to
annihilate the Crimjnal Court Judgo. Ho
is s goou man, a conservative man, ins
man who can probably cover their retreat
better than any oilier in Shelby County.
nnd that is sullicient to justify his selec
tion by them. Said tlie gentlemen in
question, as ho invited tho reporter to a
comforlahlo seat beside him:
"Did Judgft Crall tell you bo and his
associate counsel would have Judgo Du
Ijohu s answer to tho ouster proceedings
ready by July 1? He did? That's
uboul four months too early. Can't it bo
amingnd io stay it ou r
"1 should judge not; the process has
been served lion them to havo it there by
tho first rule day in July, which happens
lo Ihi tho first day of the month, ans
wered the reporter, who spoke wild the
regard that process from Chuncory was
"1 was iu hopes that it would not lie in
before October, aud that it would then get
iu shiie to hang fire three or four years,
or until tlie end of the Judy's term. It
ought not to gut into politics."
"If that is tlie desire, why was tho bill
"To bring Judgo DuBose down loan
exercise of ids legitimate prerogative, and
keep him from attempting to bo Grand
Jury, Attorney-General and everything
else connected with the Criminal Court.
It was also disigned to estop him Irom giv
ing ear to tho worst elements in the city
and county, and keep him off the leading
men. 1 believe if the proceeding could be
held over bis bond till Iho last it would
havo this effect The men w ho instituted
it could not of co use, withdraw it entirely,
from the staudimint of their en n
honor. They would be glad. I think,
to have it hang fire a 1 have
indicated. They don't care how long
Judge DulSuee occupies tlie bench if
he will but change the style of his adminis
tration and no one ever b.-gan his career
as Judge with bettor prospect or promise.
I'll tell you, wo lX'iiiocraU can't afford lo
have any difference in our rank and ex
rect to win Iho lights More us, and il that
q neat ion come in to disturb and divide ua
we are gone."
"Itutliow can it ! expected lo keep it
out when tho municipal campaign at least
i likely to comet on at any tune? And
would Judgo DuBose consent lo such an
arrangement as you suggi-M?
"No, a political compaign, municipal or
other nto, is not uniyerval aud will not
enmo up before October or November, un
less the newspapers force it Uon us. I
am confident Judge Pulloso would be
willing for tho proceeding to tak that
"Who will be candidates for tho local
".Mr. Iladden will lo np for re election
a President of the Taxing District, and
will lo elected, too."
"Who will opjksm him in tho race?"
"I rJon't know. I beard that Dr. Porter
was going tn bo tho man, but ho denies il;
M-. John K. Sji.M'd was also sjHikeu ol,
but was equally emphatic iu disclaiming
any such Intention.
A Maddeae laasg Marat
Special Plapak'lt In Tlia ApwL
Hsi.xma, Ark., June ft. A very serious
difficulty occurred about 11 v miles west 'Ir I
here in this county, which will probal r
result in tho death of one of the parties.
Mr. J. F. Harrison was guardian of a young
man named Dan Waits, nboul eightrcn
years of ago. Harrison scolded his ward
nlroul the way ho was U'iitg some ol the
horses that he wo wjiking. The boy
denied that he was injuring llio animals.
Hot words piMH'd and the boy concluded
to leave, lie went back to Harrison's
house m tliu evening fur the purismo of
getting his clothe. As he approached ths
door Harrison told hill! lo come in the
house. Tho young man rc(usd, where
upon Harrison caught hold ol him as il he
would Pull him in, when iho young man
stubbed his guardiuu twice in llio arm aud
ouce. in the (uce. Lryaipcla having act
In, Harrison's chance lor recovery aie
nut (uvorahlo. Both parlies are white.
A lire at IllUal, Mis.
Ntw Oiu.svs, Ia, Juno 0. Tho I'inu
yrou-'g Uiloxl, Miss., SN?einl says: An ex
tensive Ore occurred hero lust night
suiting lu tho destruction of twenty-five
buildings, among them the largo ship
chaeulltry store ol C. Olivari, drug store of
Dr. J. J. Ian)an, store of Mr. D. IL
latug, store snd residence of Phil Schaeler,
Poalolliee building, drng store and resi
dence of Dr. I. P. Sary, llenM newsnsir
biiildiug, store snd residence of Phil Mo
ral, and several oilier small buildings.
t;j,tsk, Insurance, I5.0-I0. lire
supiKMcd to be ol incendiary origin.
liver Tela r a M.
HVANSVII.f.K. Ind . J mis a. -Hirer 17 leal
Im liea and rising. W ealher clesr.
4-I.NVINJIATI. II, June S.-llltrr feel 4 lurhe
and rl.liig. Weather cloudy, imparled. Obi.
iii;hVII.I.R. Ky Juu aklTer rlilrat. with
t (Wl Inches on tha Islla, and II k--t I lutbia I
IIm eanak W ralber clear and pkassanb
ST. UII IS, Mn , June t-Hirer Islllut. wllh It
Imh on lha gauae. Weather 4aar aixl akassnl.
Arrl-ed: I wirvy. New Oriesna, lw parted. Ul
ol Mew Orirana, hew Orleaua.
VP gsnt KU, Miss.. June IU-Hirer falling.
IVparted: Arkansas i Uy, hi laiula, l Uy ol ITori
dews.. Nan hrs. pistil ay: l. P. hrhrork. Ua
eauualt, Fulnra Uly asd karyw, SI. turns.;