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MEMPHIS, TENN., SUNDAY, JUNE 1(5. 1SS9.
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"" . SUCCESS IN ANY DEPARTMENT
Is pretty geed evidence that the goods efcred are what are wanted.
In cur silk department our business ha3 been unprecedented,
and such bargains as the following easily account for it.
S7 1-2C YARD-ROYAL ARUURESS7 l-2c YARD.
One lot choice new spring and summer shades cf ROYAL ARUURE
DRESS Silks, actually worth $1.50 in any market; they
must le seen to fully appreciate their value.
C7 1-2C YARD-SHANGHAI SILKS C7 1-2C YARD.
We made a fortunate purchase cf 3 cases cf genuine Shanghai
China Silks, in white and cream white, at less thanccst cf
production; had we bought them regular we cculd net have
efcred to sell them under $1, or perhaps $1.25 per
yard; but we closed them out at a price that cna
lies us to give cur patrens an unusual bargain.
15C YARD-BLACK SURAH 55C YARD.
Just received, another invoice cf these invincible soft finished extra
heavy Elack Dress Suraii Silks ; the same grade is
sold by ethers at from 00c to $1 per yard.
05 C YARD FIGURED CHINA SILK-05C YARD.
2S-inch black and white, colored and white fgurcd Shanghai
SILKS, all neat eclers and patterns, and full: as geed as yen
will find in any other establishment at $1.50 per yard.
It will not require an expert to see the real value cf the following:
200 gross cf BALL PEAEL BUTTONS-thcugh regularly sold at 25e
per dozen, 10c per dozen will be cur price.
IB. IjoWensiein pos.
GREAT SHADING OF PRICES.
All EEADED Peleeines, regardless cf former values, reduced to the
following prices: $2.75, $4.75, $0.75.
Ladies' tailor-made Cloth Jackets, $3.75.
Ladies' light colored Jackets, slightly soiled, satin lined, $3.75,
ladies' CLOTH ULSTERS, light weight, dark colors, $3.75.
Ladies' Mohair Ulsters, bell sleeves, $3.75 ic $5.50.
Ladies' UoilAlR CONNKUARAS, $7.75, $9.75, $12.75.
Ladies' Pcngee Ulsters, $12.25.
Ladies' SURAH ULSTERS, all colors, $14.75.
Ladies' Hack Jerseys, vcnfr.c, all sizes, $1.5,1.
Ladies' JERSEY BLOUSES, arcat varietu cf patterns, all sizes, $3.90.
All impeded NOVELTIES, $4.25. Children's all-wed JERSEYS, 55c.
Surah TEA GOWNS, all colors, $14.25. Cashmere TEA GOWNS, all
colors, $13.75. Challic TEA GOWNS, $12:75. A few elegant
imported GOWNS at $25 and $35 ; really worth $75 and $100.
Children's Brinlilcy cambric MOTHER HUBBARD SLIPS, yoke cf fine
embroidery, sleeves trimmed to.ma.tch, at 50c, worth $1.25.
Ladies' R. AND G. CORSETS, made of French couiil. well boned and
perfect in shape, at Cos, worth $1.25.
Ladies' SACQUE GOWNS, made cfgood muslin, trimmed around neck
and sleeves with thread lice, at 35c, worth 75c.
Infants' and children's Swiss and handsomely embroidered CATS,
formerly sold at from $1.50 to $3, now 50c.
Ladies' SKIRTS, made cf excellent muslin, cluster ef tucks above
' rujlc cf good embroidery, at CCc, worth $1.25.
'Cnc case SC-inch book fold Long ' Cloth, reduced to Wo per yard.
YA RD CHA L L IES35C
All-wool C H ALLIES, the gc
niiinc French article, regular C5cgocds;
soriment to select from.
35 C YA RDA LB A TR OSSo C YARD.
All-wool FRENCH Albatkos, SO inches wide, colors lioht Hue, pink,
mahegany, garnet, heliotrope, tan; heretofore sold at COc.
$1.00 YARD SUITINGS $ 1. 00 YARD.
One lot small check all-wool Suitings, in dark colorings, suilalh
for traveling dresses; regular price, $1.35.
YARD-NUNS' VEILING 15c YARD.
Another let NUNS' VEILINGS, colors pink, eld rose, chartreuse, light
blue, cream, cardinal, gray, nilc ; regular price, 25c per yard.
Cnc lot La
iOSCAS, sterling silver handles, were $10, reduced to
One let LA TOSCAS, silvcrinc handles, 26-inch size, $2.90.
Cnc lot all black PARASOLS, short handles, best all-silk cr Puritan,
One let lace covered Parasols, 'white, black and colors, were $15
and $20, now $5.50.
20-inch GLORIA Uhbrsllas, with gold caps en handle, paragon
At 00c per pair, 50 d::cn ladies' Hack plated SILK IIoSE, with col
ored tips, the ccldhiicd C. & G. French make, mrik $1.75.
Two pairs for 50e, inpachaoes cf two pahs en'-, ladies' fancy and
sdid edited COTTCN Hose, odd sizes, wcith just d.ullc.
lu I. Ot A S.
We show a full line cf a'l grades cf Ha:.:
prices inai cannot le matched in the city.
which we ejj'cr at
WHAT'S IN A SAME
MAT BE LEARNED WHEN A
BEEU3 TO HAVE TWO.
The Howard Libel Suit Progress The
Defoe Fire More Hot Shot In the
Shape of Depositions The
Fixvlal l)lrh lo 1 lie AiiL
jAikios, Tumi., Juno 11. Tlio Mow
nnl libel rax; win ohmipi1 lliit inurnini; at
R.'k) o'clock. IMemliinU took up the
proof iiivl Itlrnlity of Mr. Ifowunl.
Tlio tli'jxwilion of V. T. IU.Iimi, of lxn
lon, was iiilriMliicoil anl said ho know
Froilcrit k Ilowh-tt twcnty-lno yearn a
Went to school with him. Paw him re
cently, rickuil him out of croW'l. No
ono (Kjintcd Ii I in out to inc. I knuw Johu
Ilowlctt, Sr. Thcru Is a rt-Mcmbluiice bo
tweon John llomlctU Thvy throw their
arms about alike.
Icxmition of T. T. Ciriuilcy was then
read: 1 am lumlxT and houso decora
tor. I knew Frederick Ilowlctt at YA
roonlon. Ilia brother was an apprentice
to my father. Paw liiui then. Paw him
alo during his apprenticenliip at aea. I
aw ti iiii about fortnight aj(o. I had no
dillicully in rcto;iiixiiij( hiiu. I am cer
tain. 1 have not the shadow of a doubt it
W. V. tjimlo'i deposition: I met Fred
crick Ilowlctt in lsi John Hewlett, Fr.,
introduced hint to mu a hi sou from
America. I saw him last year and rgniu
yesterday. Hud no dillicully iu rvcog
IiixinK hi in.
James Kotte nhur, florist, of IClinon
ton, tiiid: I went to school with Frederick
Ilowlctt In lull, and 1HI7. Was In
timate with him. Paw photograph at
at John llowlett'i boil, which ho suld
was Lis sn Frederick. Frederii k Ilowlctt
was iutellip-iit and hrilit, and the tdioto
urtcph rhown lo mo c lncwliiy, saiI to bo
Ilownnl, I fully believe lo bo Frederick
The loition of James (Murn. John
Itattcnburjr, l'hilip I'uiii and II. M. Minns,
lrnclon, were read and witnews all Iden
tified the plainlill as Frederick Ilowlctt.
The following letter, from Mr. Fliia
belli Howard, tlio iilumtill's wife, was re
ceived by 11 ions, from Memphm, Tuiin.,
MMMm Avuncr, Mmnna, Trim., M.y?n, l7.
Mr. Ilium, liHiT f .tinniilnti. lornl'in, f n'nl;
l"rit lr A U K ho rl lii In Jn ku, s l-mn
sIh.iiI KUmllra (mm Ho. ritr. ha w mini In my
lii.l s nMi4iMr h ri'vrtiOy imiii.iii. . i.ir
titcut frots s nijiti hi I'lislniitl. iMmr Ni.rioti, Id
Hi. rfti id. i Mr. Hit, a. m( turner Kiniui,iii,
nUm1, liaa Milium liliu tli.l Ui.il In
.i.i knu, mlliil llnwaiil. la rmlljr uui-'l
M.mlni. Km. sa lir Ix'.ni mil lamilr nam.,
ativ sfHi. linaain- Hi. I h I. mi liutiiii iwlm
ft Uirn o( riiicllli ir4iui, and Imi la Iran Hus
S'toil iH.l In ilia ciiniri impmi Jv Isrti im l.nal
is, ihr ni4iri iii lujiiift iiia tuf huaiMiiKi .)
wn, an.) then l..r. aa hla wile, I am natmallr
jr amliMia aiHUll It at I will 4ak r"M U'ltii hi.
Ii. l'i ratuin pl ti u'Url niy anHt) simI lo
U) llial Ih. t'liola Willi ll I I lirlm. la U"l Dial
ivlrrli a llnwli ll. I'Ii.m' lin'i ihr l Hi r r rr
lirmi a ("Kilcinsn ami la.tr rnalr im-
Ii u mi b niiHW. I tun mi auabaml nam.
linllv I. Ill Ik., l.lll.ilj rt.M ...! I In t.A
.TSalil I liav. tin . , dial i mil Ulm to Kill.
aulrmrni no liar lai'-B nl Ui. I'IhiIo, aun hni
iu will itgu II aim rvdirn II al om , tbul I mar
Bill." lu l'Mlllrt II II alilU'U ahuulil rrrr
rvua. sir niianaii'i oi am n ov-ruiiiin. fahKni
Ih. iWf aiislnjr el wll.. wiil-h la mr u
lr iniuliiliif s Mmnsrr, suit ua m Ik not
liaina rmir lUnaliau tiaiiis, a t loii. ihh hain.il
What II la I Iiich' it anijir Aia.'llnin ataiiiia,
Willi Ii you mar ktiMl le tirlianmi. I know mil
riiat I nifti alaiul u rr.ly. bill I ran not
ur ih.m hnat NnplMB an mitf tiiivrer, I am,
lu sam b luanaa, "" na.niiii;)r,
. Ms, ai iKntM It'iwtsn,
Ma M Martball avenue, Miiui lila, li on..
I uliwl Mntr.
(ark nf lhi fihntncnipli. sml tliat nlll Ik rnimiiri.
Yuu uwl nui imuMv juurx-li ti wrin- a ktiirat all,
Uiwi a Kimiitri!, Kuln.. SJny. im7.
1 Drtlljf thla i.i..toi(r.li. m-iiI in mr hr Mr. KM
rilxtli Itimafl In a utter .lair I Mar ti, Im?,
M.iiii.IiIs Iviin., I'. 8., la Out tlialul Kn.li-ikk
I did not reply to the letter bccatiHO I
thought if I did they nii'ht tnkn tho pres
ent ixirtrait olT and put another on. I
tlou't know why 1 thought so, but 1 did
think so. The letter shown mo now is
not nniie a correct ropy of exhibit "A."
The letter is a correct ropy of exhibit "A,"
except the iliilomeinetils. I Innko the
exhibit "11" to my depomtion.
All the ih'fenihi'nts in this suit rtnlm that
the plaintiffs nntiie is Frederick Ilowlctt
and not Frederick Howard, as lie declares
himself. The proof up to this time tends
to suntain the deletidunts in their rharifes,
I p to the time the court adjourned today
tho defi'tiso have rend tho dexwition of
twenty-three Ixindon witncWDC. all tending
lo show that Frederick Howard is a my Hi.
I'hotiKrraph which tlcfcndauu liave, taken
when ho was twenty-ouo years old, was
identified by a number of the I -oik I on wit
nesses as tho likeness of Frederick How
Iflt. There is a larj; ntinilier of depoai
tions to be introduced yrt.wliich will tend
to show that Frederick Ilowlctt and Fred
erick Howard aro one and tho saiuo
The pIninlilTfliiltia that when his proof
is introduced it w ill establinh the fort that
his name is Frederick Howard.
The Howard liliel suit is the topic of
conversation amoiiit all chuneaof people
The city was crowded today with citirens
of the county and vinilor from abroad to
bo present tit the trial and catch tho Intent
roneerniiiB it. Keen tho darkies are ex
cited over the trial and I lock to the court
hntiao to hear tho testimony. Tho evi
dence in Ibis suit counectiiiK with tho his
toric event of the search for the steam
ship I'oUrls lost in tho Artie region
Is one anionic tho many interestink' fea
tures ronneeied Willi this famous caw.
As the trial pmirmisea your corrcupondenl
expects lo bo nblu to civo more sUirtlin
and scnsitinnnl news day bv dsy. When
I li plaintilf, Howard, ri'iv-s to sjicHk,
which he does occasionally, he roiniunnds
the attention of thowhohi house. Ho is
tltm looking and sjenks fluently.
Col. John M. Taylor, of taxlnirton,
Tenn., who h pn-siMile,! this, the l.ii(hlh
1'iatnct, in Congress two terms, is ono of
the attorney for plalnlilT. Col. Inge, of
Corinth, Miss., one of the most forcible
and eloquent enkcrw in tho Poutb, la
also one of tlio lawyer in behalf of tho
defend. uls. llolh aidee are ably rpro
euted, and every inch ot ground Is buing
cloaely contested. The reimon the suit ex
cites so much attention it involve largo
number of our leading cittern.
II fcnja K kelswrs Will lie Ma.1.
Ottawa, Out, June 1". Mr. Webster
is iu town. Ho sa ho has information to
the effect (hat F.niflsnd and the I'nltcd
Plate Lav come to an understanding, in
accordance with which noseiiure ol fir it
Ish veascls will bo uado in Ilchriug He
this scu'on. As soon a tho existing con
tract with tho Alack Fur Company ex
pire an efTort will be made to hold an In
ternational conference for the purpose of
taking steps to join and protect the seal
fur tiahcries thorn, a well a in the Pouth
I'scllle Islands, air. Wclmtcr says the
l iiitcd States have undoubtedly superior
ri((liia. The indlacriminste slaughter of
M ills is having a bad effect For cvea
seal shot only one is ccurrd.
Aw rnM.mle r riws.
Snrflal Malrb lo 1 he AfaL
CoincRviMK, Mis,, June 15. From
new received this evening It I lewrncd
that flux prevails to lu stunning extent at
1'iitalxiro, neiithboring town, and ona
Writs six! .I la MJo"'- ocrUliiat vn ibe J dojtli is reported, '
JOHNSTOWN PEOPLE OBJECT TO THE
USB Or DYNAMITE
Blowing Up the Rubbish at
Bridge, for They Claim It I En
dangarlng the Frail Wall
of the Buildings.
Joiinmtows, I'll., Juno l"i. MnJ. Phil
lips' dynamiters have had Johnstown in a
stato of nervous terror ull day, and this
evening tiencrul Manager Fulton, of the
Cambria Iron Company, dictated a forci
ble protest to tiov. licnvcr, stating that
tho mills and olllcca of (ho company wcro
living ruined by tho blnaU; that Adjutant
General Hasting had paid no attention to
two r cpicals for its discontinuance and
Hint the Plato would bo held rcsppiinihlo
for any further damiign dono. Tho mes
sage wo Tiled in the telegraph ullico with
instructions that it bo put upon tho wire
as soon a another blast wo tired. In tho
meantime Adjutunt-(ienera) Hasting had
gained communication with MaJ. I'hlllip
and an order to discontinue tho blasting
went into effect. Tho meaaage did not go
to the Governor, but tiencrul Mansger
Fulton showed it to the pre representa
tive and said; 1 do not hold
lien. lliutinr rcMponaihlo for this
dynamiting. It is tlio hight of nonsense,
however, to nan such heavy blusts so near
vslmtblo building. My superintendent
reHirted that tho damp wnlls of tho mills
aro giving way under thn shock, and
hero in my own ollico the ceiling has
opened nimrter of an Inch within tho
past three hours. I'milding in Johnstown
aro in loo dehcato a roudition to be trilled
with by dyiiiiuiHlers."
MaJ. I'liillips hius been engaged since
Wedtiesdsy in bhrwinir out tho wreckngo
in the channel of the Conemaugh above
the stone bridge. Ho wo anxious to
bave a pajwugn for tho water by this even
luz, and to that end put in a fx"-ponnd
blunt ol dynnnute at noon. Tho blaat was
placed under two buildings, ono of which
was lying tion (ho other, and both of
them covered with logs. Tho explosion
was terrific, and one log, largo enough for
inninmaat, wn hurled Uoi) feet in tlio
sir. lho next blast, not being placed so
deeii, was a Uii'jKiiinder. This one did
all tho damage. Tho iciorl was awful
and tho strotigi-iil houses in lho city trem
bled like leaves. All the glM was blown
out of thn windows of Odd Fellows' Hall,
which seems to luive stood over strata of
uuusti.il disturbance. In the anmo nulgh
tiorhood the rear wall of the hlf-w recked
Catholic Church fell aon tho Ilaltiinore A
Ohio trucks, blocking them. Chimneys
rattled down all around, and dishes woro
broken in house in Koroville, half a milo
away. Asked about Hie. matter, Ms).
I'hilliiaiil: "We have used only 2,000
pounds of dynamite today. 1 have ordered
several tons of it. Tlio charge will not be
so heavy bereufter. I hud no idea we
were doing any damage. Po far a 1 knuw
no persons were Injured."
Poon after tho blast, which opened tho
channel ol the river, lho log formed a
gorge. A gang of lumbermen woro put lo
work w ilh hooks to clear tho stream.
Adjiit.int-(incral Hastings is in receipt
of the following:
Ei.liknirs. ltiiissCi.irr,nt IIciho, June ID, I ass,
Mv Iesr General On my return to my
country homo 1 find that my little girls,
from eight to fourteen year of age, Tiv
been bard at work since the Urrible disas
ter at Johnstown in tusking article of
clothing for the poor bomelcs children
who have survived lho recent floods la
your Pinto, 1 forwarding to lay, by lho
American r'xnrcHNCotnpmy, freeofchargo,
1-7 article of wenrinif .Tiyparcl, as per hut
iucloaod, made by the r own hands of
purchiiacd with their own monev, with
soinonf their dn-Hies. Mr rhildrnn will
feel greatly nbli.id if ymi will ciii-k' lho
clothing to lie diHlrihtiteil uiuong the little
sullererH bv the recent ralaiuilv, for whom
they feel the deeieat sympathy. I am,
uenr iiunerai, very l.iitlilully,
I. mi I'. Motirox.
REV. U. A
Lowrr Tskes Up tils Case
Consider It favorably.
Kpei-lal l!atrh In 1 be A .!.
Jackwin, Mine., June I.V Your corre
spondent culled to soo the Governor about
tho application for pardon of the IUv. II
A. Grantham, who has been indicted for
"sliooting nt one William II. AhUitl with
inteul lo kill and murder,'' and wounding
Mr. George II. Comlwl, a short timocitiee,
at Hay Pt. I-ouls, Mi. Paid Ahlioli was
chnrged with having violently outraged
lho wifu of Grantham. Ho admitted bis
criminal rvlution witli hur, but, lo rxou
eraln hiuuaelf or lo pnlliato tho olTonse,
rlnimcd that It was with her consent, lie
also admitted thst Grantliatu had, during
bis absence from hemic, committed In
Wife and children to hi (Abbott') aupor
vinioii and iirotectlng r-xrv. Abbott's is
the only evidence which stall rriminstea
tho lady, and, to el vc credence to hisstorv.
he convicts himself of bnao treachery lo a
menu w no nan reimaod conti teni-e lu liim,
(iov. lorv slated that ho had dxlnv n ir-
doned Mr. irantlisni for both tho nlleuaes
charged a above, that tho petition for par
don was urged bv I'.i-liOi Gallagher, of
lxiiiiiana; llinhop Hugh Miller Tlmnipaon,
of Mississippi, and a number of other
cleruy; ly (he District Attorney, tho At
a... l .1 I i . .i .
101 in-v. it-iieim, ma grnun jury null re
turncil tho indictments, member of tho
bsrof the county whero tho ofTcnvi wim
committed and elscwhcro, county olliciuls
ana loading cttiemi ol every vocation In
hfo In tun J couutv.
N.r.i:aranralB MrwaAbwial ( harban.
fpeclat Dlatntib toTtio A'tt.
Mtakkvii.i.k, Miss., Jim ii I V Iipat his
from Ysioo City in reg.ird lo charlxin are
more encouraging. The discaso Is still
spreading along the oim k and bayous,
but is less fatwl than si first and appear to
be yielding lo tbo treatment recommended
by thn stations, (la the lind appearance of
the discnao all animals attacked died with
in twenty four hour, but those llmt
treated by Or. Cieolnuiii two days siro aro
now apparently convalescing and his pre
scription is being used iputo extensively.
The vaccine virus which Or. Connnway is
bringing is anxiously looked for sud Or.
Wray w ill bo on the ground by Monday.
A Niile Ulrheel Ilia Jew OlT,
Hpm-lal Dlub to 1 be Acimil.
Hri.kma, Ark., Juno IV Mr, Jerry
Welch, living near Poplar Grove, In this
county, was dangerously kicked by
vicious tntilo yetordy evening. His jaw
bone wa broken by the kick. A part of
the bone wa takeu out by the attending
jdiviicmii. Mr. Welch cuiiditiou is crit-
A Telfpkwiie -mi lnrera.ersl.it.
Viei I.I PUfSlrh lo lb A.. l.
IIii xxa, Ark., Juu-ili. Article of in
corporation were filed with lho Secretary
ofp'ulo today by the Helen and Old
Town Telephone C'ouipsnv. Capital stock
all paid up. Mr. J, J. Htsmo, president:
Mr. J. . Clopton, s i relry. Hoard of
I tirvttors consists of J. Krsme, J. W.
Clopton, M, K. Key, It. II. Higgms, Joel
Higgiim, Jr., and A. k Mdion gil. Con
Uucliotl Work will bepu iuimudiulely.
THE OEHMANS AUE QUIET.
TBE.T HAVE LITTLE TO BAT ABOUT
THE BAMOAN AOHSEMKNT,
A All O lory Wss Lost to the fatherland
and la Due tho United State- Will
lam Walter Phelp Thought to
be Ih Coming Minister,
('.i.r.i:lil, l-'J, tajr NenJYntk Ai lali-l Prtw
Hi in im, Jutin 15. Tho American ddn
g.itea to tlio Pa 1 1 ion ii ( onforence nre nun h
compliiiiented on tho result of'lhuir labor .
Mr. William Walter 1 'helps is regarded
by overyone as tho coming I'uited Plates
Minister, though he, himc!f, denies that
he ha Ihiui otlered thn Kwilioii.
Thoollicial pres 1 disinclined to dwell
UKin lho matter of tlio Pamoau settlement,
all glory of which is lort lo Germany, and
a brief paragraph in lho .Yri Unm in f,',.
.-on the conclusion of tho confercnci'
state that tho agreement wa arrived at
with M'rfiH't unanimity by tho tHiwvrs
ri'preaenled and to the satisfaction of all
Today being the sniii vemary o( the death
of FmHror rn-derick, a memntinl service
wnaneld in thn I rcidennkirclio at Cuts
dam. The rxereisN weto rondiicled by
Or. Wind. -II. All the memlM rs of thii
royal family, the minister and high olli
ciuls wore preaent. Tho choir of the
Church of the Twelve AMtles sang tho
lato Finperor's Invonto liymiii. 11m Km-jH-ror
and Ftnpnw placed w real hs iiimui
lho tomb and remained kneeling beside it
lor a long time,
The ll. ii lt Aiihi'trr dwells iimhi tho rec
ollection of FtnH'ror Fredrruk' fruitful
labor lor lho Fmpire, w hich in royal cir
cles, in Gorman and I'rtisHtan liilorv, and
iu the hearts ol all Germans, have left in
cllaccitbln tnn-es which will ever lio tlio
source of patriotic inapiratiou. The major
ity of tho psers m.iko rcaM ct(ul and rev
erent allusion to tlio auiiiversarv. but a
fewrevivo lho unseemly slnlo of a )car
lho Phuh tixlav. iuslead of imvini the
exjieelcd visit to Krni p's Fsncn Works,
spent another day at Wilhelmihoho, in
snccling all the kiiiIs of interest, Includ
ing tho room which .Ncnoloou 111. oc-
cu pied after Pedau,
I he tateinenl that M. 1'or.laiil, tho
lliiHamii Minister at IVL-mdc. had i.r...
iowd a lluaso-Pcrvian convention cauwd
linensiniN hero, Tho receipt of semi-
olllrial telegrams from liclgrsdo tonight
declaring 'the slorv unfoiiudcdtha tclidcd
10 restore coiiiiiieni.
Fvunls in thn llslkaus do not nmliim s
rapidly as it was feamd thev would. Tiial
alarm is felt is evidence! bv tho rennwnl
of olliclal press attack iipiii Itiiasiiin
credit during the pat wevk, which ro
jictod unfavorably upon German securiliiw.
l ho Ittissiun Minister of Fuianco was no
gollating with lea ling houses, Including
th Di.cotito-GcsclUcuaft, iu relation to
conversion of certain pnvato Kusslau rail-
The S'liih llrrman (Ja:He nointe II v rn.
f erred to the protxisad oiwration as illeu il.
and even the Liberal Fiwimk niom
warned Oormnn investor lo unlcad Una.
sian stiK'k a spuedily as )0nlile, In readi
ness lor the inevitable hfo and death strug
gle between Ktmiis and Germany. The
committee of tho Hocme is expected lo de
liver an opinion tomorrow In tbo legaiitv
oi tho prooscd convers.on, but it is fell
that lho Government Would not have n-
iosed German cupltal to bosvy lossea ex
cept to avert still greater danger, and that
had lialkan affair lieen esce(ul nothing
would have been heard of the illegality
of I he conversion aehemo.
iht fcervisa Government ho refused to
renew the eoin'iiereial treaty with Anstiin
llungaiy, which rxpires in 'lns). Fvery.
IIiiiiiT liiilicalp (list rnw Iltiaaiaii iwrtv
in Hi'lfr.i.le, confident of If aeneiidancy.
is working lo rilecl oino ileliiute aim, am
Hint it schemes can onlv end in prcijit
ting a war, or n peai-onhlc partition of tin
Halkau Plates between Aiitna and litia
It is exiieete.l that A coinproiniio will be
eMected ill the oiilgeiiiillh all, nr. Italy
an. I l.uglainl have not ycl siHiken nn tin
silliject. Cut should thev "llMxnt the do-
t I of tlio other power., r-w lUerlun I
wi.l likely iiiiinciiI lo n alrii ler aurvi'illaui i
over lore iijiicr ami reinovotlio repromli
oi iiiuiMiriiig revoitiiioiiiMi,
llie Ih lo-l clitetiiiry fetes nt Orcadeii
will bi'giii toiuoirow mid cotitintin iin'.il
I lie Puke ot lliiihtirgli will represent
FiiiiK'nir Wlllisin w ill iro In Orcs.lcn on
Tile. l.iy. The Hiiiidearalh ha. sti'icn.lc.i
n sitiuikf luenalilo llio iiiembei to at
tend the celebration.
Asa result of a diputo between the
I niMiian Government and the Vatican
llieie was no German nuiung the carilinals
h-cenlly appointed. Tho Vatican favored
Arc lilnnlioii Kreuielit. ot I ol.M'ne. hut
I rilasitt wanted Or. Konn. of llrealmi
Ihe l'oio was willing lo create ImiIIi of
lllem ciiMinaln. Mil ow mi! to tH'Isi.lelil
I riiHUiin oppoaitioii lo ArcliliilioM Kre
lueiitx the liegoliatioiisoti lho subject wore
'Mm cneiitor nt Frankfort luvo d.v
cided to striko.
Ill" coiuitntlee bavin in chnfL-e Ihe
fund for the relief of the I'niieiimii.li Yul
ley sollcrcrs will Du ct on Monday.
TUB OAZSTTU UilANUKH HANDS.
D. A. Brower Again Becomes Editor of
the Leading Arksnrss Dally,
K ll n.t Ii tu 1 hn A.-il.
I.itiik Hoik, Ark., June 15. Tho ''.i-
tilir in tie morning will contain lho an
nouiiei iiienl of it s.ilo by the Ga.eltn
I'rluting Compatiy, A majority of lho
sha k ha been owned bv Mr. II. G. Allis.
1 lie iai'tlo I'uiihahiiig ( 'oiiipaiiy is com
osed of ll il i ii I or of leading buatneM
mciiiin.liVMi M i.il.i l l,o Mate and aro
the purcnasers, a majority of whotii reside
iu l.ittlu lio.-k. 'lho iMinrd of directors is
coinpox'd of Col, Gihi. W. Cjruth, pre.i.
ilent, Mai. Juhii l. Adams, Col. Xcli
Ward. Col. J, II. McCnrtv. Or. C. J. I.ln-
coin. Col. I oho G. I let. Iiernnd Col. ll. A,
lattle. llm U.r.oir will Ui under
the immedisto control of an executive
Ioiiiiuiiti-e loinpoHed of Or. I.liicolu, Col.
letchrr and Mr. Little, Willi Col. Jacob
rolu ji, e-S'cretary of Ha e, and until
recently financial clerk of the I'atciit ( ilh.'o
t Wiisiiiiik'ton, a bii'lness mniiiigiir. Mr.
I'.ivnl A. Utower, lormerlv editor ol Ih
(iii.iih, will be its editor, lho next com
Miny deai r j to plaio m mo ih k llitoiuli-
out Ihe Mute, and at a aubseounllt Ineeliiin
ol Ihe al'M kholdvrs a iiiiiiiicnt orgumu-
lion wiii be rtfvctod.
khlnwrrrkril Manor, mill at Mr,
Paj I .si io, Cel., Juno ! . A state
ment wa. published here Hint a largo num
ber of sailor of tho man-of-war Yaud.ilia,
wrecked at Pawn, aro in ihn city without
inuiiey nnd living on the chanty ol their
In. .ii I. Tim men of lho Trenton and Van-
dilm I 'it ull their K-rsotml cllccts by tho
sinking of tho hia, and tho Goverumont
is aiipp e. I to rvluihuiso thorn bv thn pay
ment ol iV) each. None have rvce'vod
tin. money, Ihn men of Ihe Ircntou,
however, received their pav. Tho Vandalla
men, through lho death ol the paymaster
nd I lie loss ol Ihn ship, all Ihe ship book
stid records hut, havo Iwun paid no wag"
since March 10. A result they have
tin-a discharged from the service without
Py or clothing, and tho protect of many
luouth duhir Mloro buiug rultubursed, j
THE MEIICIIA.NT ZOUAVE
BCT IT ISN'T
Tb Waueh Compiuiy, of Bt. Loula, Car
rlee Tbl OfT-Th Metnpbl Boy
Oet llOO BeaulU of Ad
r-a-.-.tl Ii to III.. A H.I.
G i i ..in, Tex.. Ju.ie 15. The tlnal
day o( the Pcmi-Centf llliial Celebration
ha. coign and gone, and with it the gland-
rat an I most notable event Ihnl ever oc
curred in thu hl.tory of Galvi'toii ha
been iiiiiiilH rcd among the achievement
ot Ihe paid. The celebration i'i'iicd on
lho Ilh of June, and has contin
ued with uninterrupted sin cess for
twelve roticcu1ivo days. Thai it lia
been a llnaucial a well a urtislic sncccs
ran bo attested by Ihe uniting face of lho
director and tin) well filled roller of our
tradespeople. Thousands of ieoplo have
I mm-n entertained, en. limited and edill.d
tiy the vaiie.l attractions, suit thouaaud
of dollars hsvn rolled Into the treasury of
Ihn evlnl.ili.iii iiianageinent. I Aery one
is aati.tied, und all aro happy.
liNiay a proprsm oM-ue.l with a llinlling
nnd n-iihalie sliam battle, which wss lol
lowed hv Ihe snnrding of prin-s. The fol
lowing w. n Ihe silceer.fill collti-llllllii-
liiter-st.ite Onll Itelknnp 11 II. of Pan
Antonio, llrt prim, r'i.iasi, h,.alv Hillen.
.iilet"ii. iH-coud prize, jI.inhi; McCarthy
l.iuht iiusrils, l ittle Hock, Atk., third
ln.. "", luurth pi-.iiion, iieinutage
llii.ir.ls; lilth Kmilion, U ft lilliMtnti I iusrd.
llieciiaii.i.ioii eemi-i enieunnii liatary
Cup wa won by Ihe Ih lknap Hili.-n,
1 he Male drill re.ulle.l as lollows: I irt
nre, M.issi, lireiiiiam l.igln liuard.
reiihaiu; m-coitd prire, i'.M, Victoria
I : . tl -a, leloiia; tliiid prio M'ki, Maverick
H Ilea, hati Antoula, Fourth .iir.'. 400.
I n cite l.iitlit Guards, I aiGraugi'; lilth tiritc
i.i tl, Wnhingtoii Guar.ln. t.iilnatun; sixth
ri.o, 5-KKt, lj-e liimrda, lild.hnga; sovetith
rie, M'.'KI, Ailatlli dreys, Auotin; eighth
ni.e, I'uli.i. Light i.ttanls, lialui.
ninth xwition, Hrownsvillo Hitlcs.
lexas Mai. ten lulantry iirixes: I ml
ri.e, fioo, Victoria Kill.-a, Vicioris: see-
on. I pn.e, 101, Itrow nsville liilles, brown-
il Ic; Ihinl pn.a, ?l, .Maverick Uil.
Pin Antonio; luurth prize, i.'oo Payer'
The I 'alius Artillery Company carried
oil the liist prun, amounting to cT'sJ. la
thn Zouave contest the follow ing wo tho
refill: l ir.t prize, f I.IMI, Wal.li Zouaves,
nt. liill"; loliil prue, ia Jller-
hints', of Memphis; third prixc, f.MO,
llules, of Kansas City.
Iti'livi.lual iri' were as lolluws: I rue
word, tu CapL A. I'. Wojcih mil, of 1 'al
ia Artillery; gold nied.ila, Cspt. J. M.
Ityrnes, ol Hreuham Light (.nurds, and
PerwL William Hole, Hclkn.in Lille.
To lho best drilled soldier, N rgt.Ldward
Ptiideman, gold badge.
lo company ii'.iiu best review, Hrowns-
Vlllo Killes, diaplny ll.ig valued at J.'OO.
Alter tlin wr.iiug oi tne prise mn
Walsh and Memphis Zouave touiianies
were entorismrd hv Ihetr sioiisor and
friends, and in the eveuiug they took
Iheir departure lor their reiclive homes.
Tomorrow the llcrmitsgo du.irds will
avewitht laigo numlier ol other coin-
rtary Mill t He le INe l-HritiaaMrwt.
a-'lsl Plat-abb 10 The ApprsL
Con mn a, Miss., Juue 15. Tlio Colum
bus Killeuieii, al their uitsiling last night,
divided not lo go lo lho cacsuipuient at
Nntcbrt. l'.rown's Cadet have nol d
cidod jut whvlhvr or not thejr willg