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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: FlttDAY,1 AVxilL 12. 165).
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THE SPORTING WORLD.
ALBERT 8TULL. MAKES A MILS
1:44 3-4 IN GOOD COMPANY.
Train en Preparing Actively for Tomor
row's Matinee Good Program for tha
Extra Day, April 80 Jotaunla Camp
bell Developing a Second Macbeth.
A new and formidable) throe year old
loomed tip yesterday, by iinmo Albert
Wull, by Bulwark, out of Attila. By somo
etnuiKo overeiKlit ho Is not ontorcd lu nny
stake hero, yet ho xriornird like a winner
yesterday ond a race horso from way back.
Willi JKiLong up, ninety pouiuls, and ac
companied by Litbcrt and Void, ho mndo
Lis littlo tnilo in 1:4-1 1, without touch of
whip or spur.
Mr. Clark's littlo two year old filly ouitht
not to ho overlooked by rare-noun. Klio
ia credited with three-cinhthg In lens
than 0:3S, running ouHy, and is likely to
earn a bracket during tliocuming nici-ting.
Mr. lid Corri(an's Ix)nu Chance and
lloodler mndo a half inilo in 0:53 yesterday
and lloodler lookod like tho hint of tho
two. Stick a in there.
Is CaKtuwoy I. likely to provo a second
Mcliotli I.? l tho conundrum npi luti it
tho sporting world Just now. Tho coinci
dence is striking. They were both trained
by Johnnie l'ntiiiloll; neither of them
was any Rood as two year old; both wore
broke for the Kentucky lerby; one of
them won it, and tho other seems likely
to. Campbell seems sjiccially gifti'd to
take homos rejected by olhor stables
and mako winners out of them.
It is doubtful whether ns a trainer
and turf iioutiilir coiubiued ho linn
hi equal on tho turf today. When ho
aiarted his colt, ('anlawsy 1. in Hie I'ick
wick Make I lie other day at New Orlimn.
be limnd Hint tlio New Orleans hook
Diakem would not take nil tlio nionuy ho
li'in-d to jiliiro on his enlry. fut what
doc ho do hut back him in every hhI
yoom in the country up to $2,.V)0 at odds
of 2 to 1? Yesterday lm did it attain, Ket
tmu H to 6 and mora in tho Cottrull slake.
tma mile, bvaling Hllet k, Alluhreiie, ISob
rorwyllie slid others with apparent cam).
In the opinion of cxicrt horsemen ho is
the best tliroo-vcnr-old out, and stands a
lin4-clAS cliiuic-e for tho Kentucky lerliv
Tub Al'l'KAL is tempted lo say of Johnnie
Campbell what l.apl. t u'tlti miM ouai a
liiMishy, "If anvlMoly can he can."
'lhu entries lor toinorros 's iiuifiiien will
iloM llii sfteriiooii sod will bo ii ll ihIh-.I
in ionium ' Ai'i'KAi, with pooling and
older information of intenwt.
IbeKsira lajr Program.
The following program for thoextr.lday,
April '2 was yesterlay issued by tho
riltsT BU'I SKI. I. ISO A. TACCARO.
Vurw t-'A ! which t " lo annint: fir thiw ji-ar-fMt
aul uitiaiil; horw-a futurcl lo Iw wii'l lor
a-; Ui mrry ellit .r nut. AHimaii'1: 'J
iMiuml lir rwh f hi 0m,i In tt'41; titii
1. au. llw !. Malildia, I Ioro ytmn el, I. s
MMiiit; Sve y-ar aul u'warl, IU ioiiihU al
dlttoiud. Kite lurking.
trcoSO SACK I.ILY CAHBIAOt C.
t'urm l.'Vi, nf wlitch I vi Us .-. net, firlw )er
r1 t. ,-iiMb u rrrr lui f.iitnl sihI rclloik's'nl
f Hliw le; .miiiiI-: tniifr ! NUiH'iKt'tkr to csrrjr
puutiJt tttrt. tuut lutloev
TIIIMO Sr SH.I.ISII SI'SI'IIT !(.
haw , erf v til. ti S " to rmii'l, f,r clove jri-ie
old-: hura riilrn-l lo In' mlil ..f II .'. . rrr)
Wcll'M l.f iT. Alli.WHOe, I Imtini llnw-l luf
. i fiii m tiiinil 14 1 imnmU Uxrmt Ii lull
Hul l. Mt. A ihhiihU tl'llliiiitL Ml lull.
ri'HTii sai a j m. a. m'ihinai.h.
fnrw ti. ol wlilcli tici timwni forth"" jimr
mihI iitanl. 1 Miuu'U ImIhw IImisi. (mm
I Ulrica -! nl t o'rl's k t m., at rwo track, Krl
dsjf, Afiil Ik
KseM at Sirw llrlmrn.
Ksw Oai.rANs, April II. The) atleiiil-
ancostlhe rnccs tixl.iyaa largo. Tho
Weather ws linn anil the track fust.
Kirst Iumw Half mile. Wrestler won
In M aeconds; lidy l'.l kburn sucoud,
Mim (iilsmn Ihinl.
tVconil ll.VT Threo quarler of a mile.
Wuarl wnn in l.lii; l.ucy Howard secoud,
Third lt.ieo One niilo and sevnly
yard. I'mIhi won lu 1 47J, California
msund, I'.lhn II third.
Fourth l;.'iee -l ine utile. Caxtaway II.
won in I Hi, hillnk secotid, AlUliicno
sw oMLr. awniM ako wskiut.
The following rntries snd weight for
tle New Oilcans rsees were posicl I11.-I
Infill at I'uweri A Co.' Turf I'm Ininge:
UN rirruliihi of rail": clllnf I'mi
1 itt- vl, I ii-rttll . . mmiii Im l- I u m oi.iiii lot.
I iiarlni- A'.r iii I"'. lrv 1 I '. Jim llrcl ti",
1-MiUl III). lm II 4. M. All-ait II. JOuuiU II
iwrtHl Hi - Tli1 ousrteT f a mil: rtt'iir
AitfrniM S ni-.ih.-il Iji-I S7. ktv.ru
i nui row H i)l 1' ll. M. imrf I O. Jlinmlt
II 1,'s I.. rr.. n's 0'illlill I", I'llilhm lS
r-k..'. I..II ... Mnla II.
ir. r.l ! nolr: hnn.tl.'xp IUmM 1e
rsM"i i "-v ii.m- '! Im. I .niika nu, Iiim
I. I I'l.tiO r' I . I l'l' lirM
(iirtii IUch- Um ihi kuki-v. Inr lo y.wr ol l
I. . ki..nn 117. II . lui I'ii. in lie. Cii.i.l
In Arnt.mr I In. lull lie, n-li-l 1 10, Imijr
riciii tni a wivmi too at.
1 it ll.icc - Jinimie II first, f-yntnx
Nsiuid Kace h'koUdolT fimt, Mute see
Thl d Il.v i'--lninlence f.rst, 1'nt Wui-dy
rourth lt.ieo I'airy (Jiteeu first, Hope
Ikrjr ItKla'l llnf MmMl,
A K. rsi.l.'ii ni ial Ui the Si t Vuik
line N-t of rVrnntt.n liorvnirn h hern
hsvii i; 11 s.rt of fnnwlth nnolhrr srl ulnra
tl.i.rtl)- ftir ll.ccl.rx 1. 1 ti e grcul an ilt.n
kile t.f In.iliii.t ! k t the Aineil. ..n lii-ll-tnie
bnil.ling on Man Ii a. A Iwnl authority
n h .rv l.r.-.' luix Im I t"l. I lil j srllcnlur
i II. pie llil a t'y to-ycrrH.I I colt muucl
Ha nt, a liud-ome sn I pnniil-hig wnof
h,miil-"ul ".l Miiini liihs, w to be otli k .1
for Nile III New York on Man Ii 7, nd b
do lar.-.! thnl It wi.nl'1 brnlt'T' tie r the niont
cl,.re.'H thing llnil had ru t Impjni d In Ihe
Ji.ir-c annnU i.f N ranlon If Iht coll reiild be
hroi.ht into I he Ijm kawmina valley. Hi
other tlioiil.l mi, I. i, ami lot ol I'lilblKl.vni
Me eM iit unity w.rl.i d up ovrr the w Im eg-(,-.
i )!. I im i.l Uriiii'ing ti r rel.itit
f N in. Inr M.ii.t.ir.l Ik .iimliil l.rlla an I
Mr. t h.rk f.ini'iii lt.ll II..)' int. i Ihln n kl ,ll
rf in "Ijlilly mini bi .ip and bin. k ..il
bnukrc riifu l Ihe iitii'ilintinn f Ihe
liai'iiw l ui lii. rv Mini, and .e nmre ll.py
tnlki'd li.'til II tho lii'.rr ( iill.llM.iMlc n.l
lll'teriilllli 4 llieV Im l.lne. Illm Hi. I;
"I'.y gtm-er! If we can only fetch Hint
filt Into 1 1 I at ti ii, we'll aooi.are bo
that'll miike toll fiMn their rW. W hstr'
' I aril'- i that r-s" another ricliiiineil,
and third one said:
"W nr. gcntlcinen, we rnn br'ng II ..t roll
lo Krjnt..o Ju-l a rny ri.ling do n
.iI...it..o II.Ii and I'll lull you huw wu ll
ilu n he rt tliciu the nulllne and all
the d.-iail of hi pm lit in fur buying .Mnaul,
aiel Ho r allowp'l tliul II wn tiptoii. ' I i.c
lie," lis ;dd, "lhl the roll can be hotiK'ht
for hm won't iro hleher llian lliat, ud
tnayli wt ran get him for I Now,
geiiih men, I rote that we f.irin a ) mil
rule, i hip In till there l l.il In the t.
aiel nppo.nl three InoiiiOer ol Hi synill
cate to attend tlie suelloa and bid on the
How doe Hist lrd.e yen, blrnar?"
;i";"Vt struck them In U.e riKlitaa-t, and they
w i . nj p,,,,,,,,) ll04ijtj lm,ir ,Pa,, avrecd
ALSu 'iil i'repoailloa u as up iu U,
couldn't see why tlicy hmln't thought of It
themselves, and vowed Uint they were rendy
and willing to enter Inlo tlio project with all
tho vim and energy they rmww'ivHKl.
Ho s syndicate win formed, the money was
raised, and three of Hie members wrro de
tailed logo to New York. They worn directed
to "sock the price clear up- to ft.ouo, If you
can't get Mascot for any less," and they left
l-'eraiilon loaded down with certilled checks.
lir-n th'Sjr got there they took In "I.ltllo
Uirtl Kuunlleroy," siul attended tlin groat
horse auction. Their eves not tilg and stin k
otitnoinc when Mr.J. II. Hhnlts, of l'arkville.
I.. I., paid -VV0 for Nehiislila, a half sister of
Miiwot, but llicv brai'vd olio another up
by pointing to their catalog and calling
attention to the fact that Miiwotwns two
years younger l ban th6 brown filly. Ten
more neail were aolH, and llien Aluscot was
The representative of the syndicate from
8rntiil.ui Mood ready to rultlio tint bid
IKS), that is to sav, if tho first bid was uny-
where hetween J.0o(iand fli.ooo. The buyer
of Nehna'ila was on hnnd, hut hn wn prob
nlily not aware of the fact that the Hi'ranton
syndicate had representative in the build
ing, lor me very nrsl mil immune wiw .i,uuo.
Mr. fMiult s mkIi, sin ii txinir otter for Aluxrot
roinplutuly iiHtoumled tho nieinbi-rs of the
Nruiitoii synillcate, sod It it allegi d by their
torineutom that Ihev had to lunn aitaiimt one
miother to keep from fulling. This hat Ix't'ii
.1 ! I - .1 1 ....I
lli'llll'il ninny llllir liy mo repn'WIimil vra ui
llie svnilieatu since tliey relnrueil lo Kerati
ton, but tho other clliiue keen right on de
claring that It is a fact. There It a suspicion
in the in 1 ix In of unconcerned on-lookcrs that
the other clique are telling tlimo ntorie
simply hccaiiMt ihev were not invited lo Join
the syndicate, slid lluil they are gloating
over the discomfiture of the gentlemen who
made up their mind a few weeks s:M that
they could buy u TJU,tsi colt for t l.oou.
Tlie lllrmlngliani Joekejr Club llnlel.
NjhtIiiI IHuiteli In Tim Appeal.
IIiiimisihi m, Ala., April 11. At noon
tho directors of tho l'.iniiingliam Jim key
('lub, met and formally dissolved tho or
ganization. Tho executive committee was
apHiin(ed receiver of tho company, and
all of the o Ulcer, and directors of tho com
pany resigned, and the settlement of tho
allairs won loft with tho executive com
mittee. Tho aam'ts of tho company ore
about 7."i,(Ki0, and tho liabilities alxiiit
$H,000. This settle the uestioii of race
in Hirmiuglraui, and disarranges all plans
for tho Slate fair. The club was to have
luruishud the building, track, etc. Komu
of these building have been completed.
The treasury becoming exhausted, the
club Itemed If? I, IX W lii Ismds but found no
market for them and disbanded in disgust,
Thi exs'rience serve to prove that llir
minghaiu Is no sporliutf city.
The lleymarkel ( raven merlins.
Iaimmi.v, April II. This was tho third
day of tlio Newmarket Craven meeting.
The race for tho Craven slakes of 10 sov
ereign each, II. K., with 600 addud, for
three yenr old, onn mile and eighteen
yards, was won by V. Low's liny lliunp
ion. Turl lip.
Oali.ifkt named threo winners yeater-
day: WnslUr, Wuartaud Castaway I.
1'owko A Co.'s Turf F.xchange w ill sell
auction pool tonight ou tomorrow's inati-IK-0
Tin as arc only three bo )k maker at tho
Now (Irlcaii track, and a Is't of f UHI
kins k the odil silly. Tho stable owners
are so disgusted with their inability to back
their homes iu the liooks that they talk of
coming Id .Memphis belore tho nutoling is
over. Como right along, geutlcuu ti; yon
will I accommodated hero.
ln CoiiitiiiA came dow n from Memphis
on pleasure and btiHiuess nitnbined. Ho
savs tho horses there are in g'"l condi
tion, but not imi furward u those here.
hMiksne 1 1 worked aUiut the best milo
imi lar. While here liu clowd a contract
Willi tho V vslc.ru Ikjiikmakem' Asmh-is-Iioii,
hy. which Iho latter o.ntrol 'the ImM
ling privileges nt Iho 'ot Side truck,
( hicairo. J ho race thoro will Is-gin M.iy
l'l snd iiintintio for a long sriol. Anc
(hltiiut I Muryiriw,
The Moniphl UuM'ball club of profes
sional ill p lay at 3: Ii o'clock Ihi after
noon against the Memphis Ited. The fol
low ing will lie the opinsiing nine:
-V rn .......
M. an te ......
II nn'trk.. .
..l rl. I i.'l.l
I ml liMt
... ruler 1 1, i t
IOlI.I 1 1. I.l
....... n h. r
larliln r.ni.-r llet.l
lia........H...M. M. J-4iii l luw
I I It I II I.
H. 'iiii.iiih.'r. . ..l irj t'a
I. lt.NHt ...M...Mn.. It 1 11 tb,MI
Snllir.n .... al. In r
W.mIi.iii4...mm m mi. tier
ae-rtia - I'll lief
I. ..I i.mi'h IM. h.-r
II. i iluui loicj.... ..-Oi"f l-l"l
iiaiiaaine and liid.lls and 8mitli and
(irniilnh will lie the alternating bailer
for the probfch's. Tho admissiim w ill Im
only "'nent and tho pamo will be played
al ( iii.. ns' Talk, and a crowdej audit-mo
ill uoubl'ors welcome the hoys.
ID llmrfinll Taart!.
11111 Ain.t rniA, 1'a., April 11. Tlio
Hpanl.ling bnH ball tourists arrived hero
from I'slllmoro tivl.iy on the ll.iltimoro A
Ohio ltailrond, thirty minutes Indiind
time. They were met by 1'residenl llench
snd Col. John Kiy. r, ol the I'hildiilj.hia
club, and a reception committee, com-
tnm-i ol tho Philadelphia Hcorers' Asso
ciation, snd conveyed l tilomi-!er Terry.
All.W'umi. r llie pmty sat down to a
iileiike.l aim 1 dinner as the j-,uol of Iho
'hiludcli'lna i' I uli.
rinrla.iall It. iela-st t.
Cimcinnati, O., A pi 11 11. nhibit!ou
fame. Ciiuiuuati, 11; CleveUnd, 3. l'-arte
hit-Ciiieiiiiiiiti, I'.'; Clevrnd, a 1
rots Ctnciiiuali, ;i, Clevelnnd, ft, I'jrn
vd ruus Ciuciiiusll, i; Cleveland, none.
ailver" Klaf Mini.
Ft. l-oti. Mo., April 11. "Silver"
King, the M. lmi I'.rown atsr pitcher,
the hiit of Ihe four who held out for n
increase of salnry, today a tubed hi
inline to a cotiirui1, and wul jduU fur the
club likl week.
a rtifM.'i-r rn rigki.
Paiioii, O., April 11. A bloody seven
Wn-round light came oil" in a tobacco
In-1 near here last night belwenu Hairy
Nikiik and Tout P. Ishsuiy, for a purse,
condiUiius Is'lnj skla light glovos to a
finish. Katuurl rrvM'in.iu, of New York,
wo rrfcrco. Nikiik sired the (list
LniH-k-diwii and llitt lilioJ. lathe sev
enteenth round K'Uluntv was blinded
and Niklrk wi.1 given the battle.
nulla-! r'armerV laatllwlaa.
The lollo wing roinarkable measure wm
IntrixluctHl in the Cnited Htstcs S-nste,
IVbroary 1 by Hon. John C
Kooner of Wiwonsiu. It 1 nuaibered
beuato 3,'.!i, and wasrvfcired lo tho Com
uiiitre on 1 r try and Agriculture:
lie l enartnl hj ih Seed ri llnoa of Renr
.'iitaiiia ui U I iui4 ruua ul Amu a la
That thcro slnill hereafter le maintained
by and In connection with the I'nilod
rum iTtmriinrni ol Agricnuurti,
iylvia Liniors' iinlitulco, to bo htld
annuully, as noar uniformly as maybe
throughout tlio several States and Territo
ries of tho Union in the agricultural sec
tions. uch Institutes shall bo arranged
lor and conducted by Iho Superintendent
of Institute, which office is hereby cre
ated, whoshftll be competent and experi
enced in agricultural matters, assisted by
such lecturers and experts in the various
brunches thereof as may be deemed noc
CHaary. Paid Superintendent of Institutes
shall be appointed by the Secretary of
Agriculture at a salary of $tl,000 per year,
with power to chooso flrat and second as
sistants at salaries of $1,000 por year, re
spectively; filtuon district clerk .at a
salary of $:,000 jr yoar each, and such
other clerks as may bo found necessary.
The I until u tea provided for herein shuil
embrace instruction, illuHtutlons, experi
ments, lecture and discussion of mutters
iK'rtnining to tho chief branches of agri
culture in the loculity where any institute
may bo bo held, together with iu forma
tion a to the most profitable or unprofita
ble crops or agricultural pursuits accord
ing to soil, climate and markets. Whore
deemed advisable stenographers may bo
provided for the purpose ol securing com
plete reports of tho lectures and discus
sions. As soon as may bo aftor the closo of tho
circuit of institute (or each season, the
Superintendent sliull cause to bo pub
lished a bulletin or report ol tho loot urcs,
discussions and paper of that season.
Said bulletin may contain articles and
discussions' minting to a single topic or
subject, or several subjects, In tho discre
tion ol tho r-upenntemlcnt, which may
include either fertility, farm buildings,
tilo drainage, ensilage, grain raising, rice
growing, tobacco raising, beef production,
dairying, pork production, sheep hus
bandry, homo breeding, cotton culture
sugar production, or apiculture, or any
or nil ol them, ui tnosn im nouns
tin re shall lai printed hy thu Public Prin
ter 1,000,000 ropic annuully; but a certain
portion of this number may bo devoted
exclusively to a single subject, or two or
more subject, except thut no bulletin
shall contain moro than '100 page, nor
shall iho entire nuinUir of bulletins pub
lished fur or in any veur exceed 1,000,0!)0
copies. Thu diatrihutiou of these bulletins
shall be ns follow: Ouo thousand copies
lo each member of Congress, fi.OOO lo each
agricultural exH-rimeul station, 100 copies
to each farmers' institute held exclusively
under the auspices of any Mate, and thu
remainder by tho superintendent a ho
may deem best.
lecturers, conductors and experts neces
sary to conduct not moro than 400 insti
tute in one season shall Is? secured by the
superintendent or hi assistants upon thu
most favorable terms Hisnible; but these
cxMTtM, conductors, lectin crs, and so forth,
shall bo paid only for actual timo and
services in conducting mich institute.
The SuHiriiiteudeut of Farmers' Inst I
tntcK'n hereby atlthorir.od to co-tcralc
with any Statu in managing and conduct
ing a circuit of said institutes upon such
just and coiiitahlu terms as ho may deem
aiisable, in which case the whole iiuin-
i r in insiiiuu'S lor a season may exroeu
i0, iu proiHirtiun a thu National insti
tutes co-oiH-rale with or rcccivo aid from
the Slnlo institutes: Provided, that the
euliru cost of a season's Institutes shall not
exceed $."rtin, (HM exclusive of printing tho
bulletin and permanent aularies.
Inspector Swindells is an efficient mem
Is'r of tho Washington police force. Ho
i obviously not In tbo right place. He
should have a berth In the New Y'ork
Juhu fright's flue collection of pipe Is
to Ihi preserved. Tobacco lovers may
justly say of the eminent statesman tiiat
be smoked nearly ull his lile and died
w ilhout a raiirer.
llerr Hn von P.ulow, the eccentric In1
terpreter ol uglier and licet hnvcn-ie to
get J 10,000, iM'ai'le having all his oxjen
m s paid, during hi four weeks' tuur of
Mrs. 1-oiiIko Cliandler Monlton sails for
I'liglsnd on Juno I, and will remain lu
Ixiiiibiu until Iho close of "the season."
She hn fallen into tho way of summering
in r.urntie ol latu veam, and tlio Ikmtou
lain (is'l grieved thereat.
Mr. Uluine met with several dlpsilnt
inenls during hi lirst month a N-crelary
of Statu under Harrison, but tbirao who
know blni well resirt that the fact ol
Perry IVIinont r.-snnlng hi olllcial posi
tion l fore he could Imi dmmlsM,d caused
the resenlhil sou of Maine uioru uuuoy
ancu tiiau all else put togelher.
Hi(irien tho Hukoof Sutherland hi
left his I lori.la estates in rlinrgu of his
servants and I now on his way lo New
York, whence ho sail fur I'ngland next
week, lie Is reported to have leeomo
very jMipular among his neighbor in tho
land id orange grove, and his house
hn witnessed many nyetie during the
A visitor to tho While ll.iuso tho other
day, w bo attracted considerable attention,
w us Mr. Hubert And. ison, llm widow ol
the defender of Fort Niiuter. Mrs. Ander
son i now well on in vests and somewhat
feeble. She sutler, Unidca, (roni a swell
ing of the snklc. tien. llol-rtC. K-henck
nccoinpaiiied her to the Kxocutive Man
sion and cjtvhilly assisted her up thcstair-
f! recce I a very 'inall nation and a poor
one. but It Chamber of Hepulie h full
called iiMin lo vote a dowry ol JSO.OIU lo
the Prinress Alexandra, who Is alsitil lo
marry Ihn lirnml Poke rani Alexali Iro-
vitch nl Kussia and f ltW,00rt lo pay lor a
house for the heir apparent, thu Hukonf
Spatt.t, who I sh in to marry a!i. ltoylty
i an rxsulve luxury, but tiroero app.i
rt'iilly must have iu
Mrs. Amelia KiveatTianlnr ant) her
hu-haud have Is-en tho ns iplcnt of many
a. iul atienii. ui during their visit to Vir
ginia. Hi authoro Is a.ud to ls iniii h
prettier than she was In th day of her
maideiihiNMl, snd Ihe local per go Into
rsptuie In describing her Is suty. dim
pnper eaki of her eves as "greet doublo
violets, o indescribable in Iheir hue be
tween purple snd blua." Mr. and Mr.
Clniiiler ,.l lo anil for K.uropo next
Iho dcith of Mr. I'siher II.illi.lny,
w i I iw of thu noted Pen ll.illiday, bu ri
railed lo U lnnt.miiitn in iny rvinmis
ccncc id her hie there in the iUy of her
hutbsuJ' pnH nty. It wn she who
brouuht over from ljros, at a cost of
J't.tMi, the f.ie-itiiile of the faniou
bmiire lion of Muuu h, now reoiiig on
Ihe front tei ol the Corcoran Art tial
lery. For a long tine they lay In Ihe
lionl ynid of Ihe Hidlidav residence, and
en it sale last summer ibry were bought
by Ihe insurers of the Corcurun flallcry
the juvenile rlisuiplon sculler of Iho
woil I I Ui (.', Atiioilen, who Wiw lour
yen eld hut Anguvt. The lioton Cl
s.iv oMii'ii; "lie ha iurpiie. the rusi
deni in' 1 1 art liid, Conn., by his iihcumn
miiiI use of Ihe scull and seat, lie is 3.1
Inches in liU'tit, chest menu u re It Incline,
bie-ep 7 luetic. Weigh! 0 pound. Tho
littlo fellow tale lo water a naturally as
adiiik.aud when three tara old com
menced hi rowiug pracilce In what i
known at s shell working bo.it. The rraft
he now works, snd in which bo ih lights
so many opts by his insivclous skill, Is
a regular cedar she'd Ihirtv-one feet long
and eleven Inchc wi.hv. It I fitted Willi
all Ih modern rieging. and a small
elndcher I plscisl st the proicr ill.tauco,
hlchadaii.tyj4i.roI rowiug shoe It
tat it at I.l .1
THBI RAILWAY AUK MAKES A FINB
BEPOBT OONCEBNINQ IT.
Showing That eea New Lines, With an
AflrffregaU Contemplated Mileage of
63,436 Miles, Have Been Projected
Since January 1 Last.
Ciiicaoo, III.' April 11. The nailway
Aae, la Its laano tomorrow, will presont
elaborate tuilea. showing tho number of
miles of railway projected during the turoo
months of tho present year, to March 31.
It will say: 4iie fact that many, and, per
haps, most of tho great companies had
given assurance to each other that thoy
would not cngago in competitive construc
tion this year, the hostility toward rail
ways indicated in several of tho State
Legislatures, the grout falling off in earn
ings of nearly all existing roada, and per
haps more than all tho nnwrtod determin
ation of Eastern financial agent to dis
courago the floating of new securities, all
soetuod to the general public to warrant
the bcliof that little railway building
wouM bo witnessed during tho present
year. Jlut those who have niaue a uuepur
and mure detailed examination of the op
portunities and nccJj for new railways in
this vast country have, seen that this gen
eralization was being refuted by the do-
maud of innumerable, localities for addi
tional transporiutiun facilities.
lnlo the hands of tho great railway
companies have not been seen very often
in protects for covering their territories
with competitive lines, as in several pre
vious years, their abscneo has "not entirely
failed lo put tho expected quiotus upon
railway building, but the number of new
enterprise seem already to ho greater than
lor the sumo period in any other yenr ol
too country s history, witu possibly two
or threo exceptions."
1 no .1;lliou presents a table tn detail,
showing that Olid new hill's, with an ag
gregated contemplated mileage of 6:1, 4 W
inilos. nuve been nroiected since January
1 last; that on these hues 14,t18 miles are
under construction or contract, 0,017 are
surveyed, and i.".),001 aro incorporated or
A table also shows .ho amount of work
under contemplation iu various sections
ol the country. Maine, .New Hampshire,
Vermont, Massacbiwotta, Conuocticut,
iuiomo isiana, imiw lorn, iew jcraey.
Pennsvlvania, I tela ware, Maryland and
West Virginia are grouped as tho New
F.ngland and Kaslern Slates; Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama,
tioorgio, rlorlda, Mississippi. Louisiana,
lenneaseo and Kentucky a tho Southern
Slates; Ohio, Michigan. Indiana, Illinois
and Wisconsin a the Central Noithern
States; Minnesota, I'ukota, Iowa, Ne
braska, kansu, Wyoming and Montana
a the .Northwosteru State; Missouri, Iu
dian Territory, Arkansa, Texas and Col
orado a tho Southwestern States; ami
Nevada, California, New Mexico, Idaho,
Utah, Oregon aud Washington Territory
as the Pscitiu Coast Suite. Under this
division, the tabular showing 1 as follow:
KW KOLAI AKO SASTKUN STATKH.
Nututn-rllam H...WWM..m....WM 1'ft
T.t ! lnll. c.iiU i.ii.UI.U ."M
I u.li reeiuuuiiloii or txiutracl ........... I.lli
'.iirvevisl i I,.i74
liiixiririiUiil or . ijiwtrd 'i,Si-t
Number tltio .......
'lotal uill.-a i,illlrin'laUil
t'ii'lerrsHi,lrurU4Hi or roiilraci.Mw..
Iikxj uuUi nr i.roji-te.l... .........
CIINTSAL KOIITIIXIIM STATU.
IiMmI anlr Hi'j'miiUti-.l .
I ti.lcr riitiMiriKi l.i or iiiiiu.w-1 ....
.... I, vii
iiMArotut.xl ui irovU'.l in, Xil
Muiritirr 1 1 una ....... im
Tirtnl InllM linileuit'li.lr'l .
1'ii.W-f roiiairurtiuu or OH iri'1...MM.M.M...- 'J.v
lunriuraus or pruji (r-l ........... 1,1
SOUTHS KT liUX STATK.
yiinttM'f llnes.... H m fT 7
T .li.1 mil.', HiiiU'iuiiaUi " '-'''
rit'lt-f riimlniciu.n or muiMrt. .................. z,
liioirirniuil ur pr ilei u-d...MM....H.MM,..MW. S,,il
rsciric coast statc.
NiiinWrllrira .. .... 41
total nitlua roiiiiiii'ti.l.-l....M..,HM....HMH...MM tt.hil
t U'lcrcniulrui Ilun ..tft'i'iis I, mi
siirvriiM m. I.a.i
lu.iiri-M'.il.J or pr.Jwtrl.M..... 'J,'.ui
The articlos continue: " llio fact that
in the lirst threo month of the year only
new lines representing over 6.'l,000 mile
have Isi-n lireught to public notice, snd
that llielr coiuuruclion I urged, and, to I
largo extent, is rohahlo,ia impressive ev
Iduiico of the t'liormons Held for railway
cnterprine which the I'liiied Ma tea still
atlonl. 11 io mileage proiMMHxl in these
IhnHi month I equivalent In slm.srt ono
third of Iho entire railway mileage of the
country now in operation, and yet the
projection and inauguration of other lines
I still going on al an euuaiiy rapid rule.
and Ihe proepvel Is that tho road pro
tected and In varum stage ol develop.
lien! during 1KMI will exceed in aggregate
mileage our entire present completed sys
tem. How many ol these enterprise will
fail entirely or will drag along through
vear of coitrso cannot lie forctohL Hut
tho great fact remain for consideration
th.il liin man ol our country show appar
cut room for all these enterprises, and for
la llwataran Xta
A dim religion light -Tho Key, Joseph
Cook. lMw..n! C oiasirr. nt.
Slraugo that when lhu dvspeptic I
forced loglvo up hi ihnacrU he but get
hi tlcscru. Z'rf.i JJxif.
An heir break should invariably go with
every lortuuo wiocti u leit lo a rapid or
(rivolou yoliug man. 'my on..
A young lady relet to the timo aho
cui before her looking rlas
aa "momenta of rvlhs tluii." AtUnt'iun
I fa.) Cntte.
Plofide are earning Into fashion agnin,
Tho brunette) ticvcriheles comnder Ihi
far from a (air pecre.hng. Itn O'iiiwm,
If It I trud, 0 reported, that Secretary
Hal lord enjoy o. concert of cats, ho iniist
lie an aiinuret: oi, uie italic mue. v.iit
oiorr .1n.nic.Hb ri
I'arnuiu's A ral speak four languiiirc.
but Ihcy pri f, the one taught liieiu by
their mother at the home n tb. ir birth
In Mw Jersey. .wrK inn ji,ni.',t.
fieaklii of cargrenileounter-ehargi .
so lo Ihe military man lor itilormntion
aUiut th forrtn-T and lo a uleal.i.ly alsnit
Ih latter. JW'"7
The hen rmw le negligent of her dtitie
during the wlulir Wcalher, but r-he gen.
prally minages W come up to the si ratch
in lb time lit upruig gardening. ', , w
mtf Waal IMvarrr.
"It Is noncne to talk a If Inwycit
had any aympalhy with lax divorce law,"
remarked a Pittsburg sttorney in con versa.
lion Willi a nowppnr man. "I duu'i be
lieve that a man of any Handing In Ihe
profession anywhere, even in Chicago,
like to lake up a divorce case. It a dis
agreeable business) al last, snd respectable
lawyers try to dissuade their clients Irom
dlvmve procoaUlnga except a a duruicr
"It'i queer, though, what Idea people
have on the subject A womn. In a 111 t.f
1 1'iuo against her Ltuband, which will
probably last bat a few days nt best,
comes to me and asks me if she can obtain
a divorce. When I have' questioned her
and analyzed her complaints I frequently
find them of tlie most trivial character. In
such case I usually give liberal amount
of advice, but of quite a dilluront character
irom wnat tho applicant expects. Mne
times out of ten the woman takes the
same view of the matter as I di.
after I have argued with her. and
promises to go back to her husband, at
the same timo renneslinir mo never to
mention the fact that she had talked about
getting a divorce. Why, thoro is ono wo
man who I could name who has been hero
sevon or eight times resolved on getting a
divorce She is still living with her hus
band 1 happen to know both of them
woll and I believe their marriod lifo is
on the whole about as pleasant as that of
"is uniformity ol uivorco laws desira
"Cerbiinlv It is--a good law. which
should Ims tho samo in its application in
every Stale, would be a blessing to tho
country. It may como in timo. but not
soon, I fear."
TO SETTLE THE BAMOAN QUESTION.
Commissioner Kaason Think Bismarck
Won't Mind Mr. Batoa'a Articles.
From lb New York World.
John A. Kasson, of Iowa, ex-Congress
man and former Miuistor to Germany, ia
nt the llrovoort House. Hois a mombcr
of the recently appointed Commisaloii to
Germany to discuss the Samonu question,
and will sail (or Livorpool Saturday on the
Umbria. The other commissioners, who
will go at tho same time, are Congressman
William Walter Fbolpa and George II.
Bates. The luttcr was ex-Secrutury Bay
ard's special commissioner to Sumoa, wl.o
mado such a highly colored reort of the
situation there that Mr. Bayard suppressed
it. Hates thereupon printed on article in
monthly mnga.ino attacking the Ger
mans in a manner more vigorous than po
lite. Harold M. Bewail, ex-Consul-Gcn-anil
to Samoa, accompanies the commission
a its clerk. Sewall was recalled from Sa
moa by cx-Socrctury Bayard iur sidiug
A reporter for the ITorfcf saw Mr. Kas
son last night, just a he arrived from
Washington, where lie mot tho other
members of the Commission. Ho did not
think that Hates' magazino articlo would
have any e licet upon 1 isinnick'a reception
of the Couimiasion or of Pub s Individu
ally, and was of the opinion that tho mat
ter dad been much exaggerated.
"Ilisiiuirck is a man of too much sense, '
aaid Mr. Kasson, "to let a man's view as
expressed in such a manner intluouco him
in a case like this. Wo are going over
there to discus a Question of an arrange
ment for securing the rights of foreigners
iu Samoa without interfering with native
Independence, and lo secure good order
in the Island upon principles of equal
rights to the powers interested. We
want to go into the Lonfurenco with
as much freedom Irom previously ex-
fircsscd views a possible. 1 must, there
ore, decline lo express any views in ad
vance, aave that 1 am sure the conference
will be actuated by a desire to do justice
to the honor of tho countries Interested,
and to maintain tho rights ol all con
cerned." Mr. Kasson said the conference would
meet early In May in Berlin. Two of the
German members are Count Herbert Bis
marck and Count Bcrchen. Sir F.dward
Mulct, the Britism ambassador lo Berlin,
will head the British Commission.
New rhlebl I'mIa
From ttc Lady' 1 Mortal.
Boots and slusw, I am pleased to say,
aro living mndo more and more dainty
and ornament d. Tlie shoe prepared for
the coming season are both novel and
pretty, but tan and Russian leather are
still used in their manufacture. Sura of
the pret'jest of tb now shoe I hsve seen
have Ihe front made of the tiniest atriu
of leather and riblion, and are linished on
with th usual buckle of paste or stevl,
The ribbon ran, of course, be supplied
In any shado the wearer may desire, so
that the shoe ran he made lor any occa
sion. I saw eomo in white Suede, with
very nnrrow bands of buttercup yellow.
Pial were so fairy-like they might hsve
been the veritabl slippers worn by Cin
derella herseif. Another pair were com
pow'd of white kid and while ribbon, and
were richly embroidered in seed pearls:
while a third pair, richly worked in gold
bead, had stocking en suite, the open
work fronts being elaborately outlined in
thu suns manlier. Nothing, however, is
to ellective a toe ornament in the wee
irastn brooches, Thoaa w ho are debarred
rein wearing smart-looking patent leather
walking hoot by reason ol their drawing
preiHtnsitie will be glad to hear that a
new hid ia now being used which look
quite as fanciful and ha no such draw
back. Werktaa; Wei.
H. a. Mirptirnt In tlx Indiana farmer.
Ill Ihe hurry to crowd th spring work
along; II I soim-Uiiir the rase that Ihe soil
will be plowed or cultivated before il ha
thoroughly dried out. If thewralhcr ahiitill
be dry after thin lis hern done, the i ll", i t
will be seen nil during the eon. If tho
soil I plowed wrlnd the weather contlnU'l
wet for several d.iy vrry Utile If any Injury
will lie done, so Hint If yon are certain what
the weather will lie you ran determine Which
i Ihe brtlrr plan, lint knowing that Ihi Is
very uncertain. o that under tudliinry con
dition Ihe better plan I not In work Ihe soil
only when il i tulhVicnllr dry to Work in
1 hsvo plowe 1 corn when the witter run In
Ihe furrow hi hind the plow nearly nil the
way trotind, but It wa thoiro h'ltmi
Iilowlng with Ih oll In tin cond.iion to
.ill the weeds and afford St least a one drain
aro f ir the water, or to allow the weed and
ri- lo Like Ihe crop, And whil I don't
u. Her In atlempiiug lo work Ihe oll when
it I wet, at the atin I mo under Ih saint
roiiililhuit I hould certainly f'dlow Hit
tame course acaln. Hal II would be only in
a ruse whore it w a elude bMwoen huing
lhu crop and working Ih toil wet thai I
would alleinl't ik. A a rut there I very
liitlc inc. ,ly for plowing or working land
bio wet In preparing tint a'd for a rrep.
Muddying In oat or crux toed or planting
Corn or pi't.itue In a toil o wet that It ran
not Im Worked lnlo good tilth doe not pay.
filler anything like or.lln.uy condition
It w ill Iw lied t wait a few dira than to
ard or plant III a wel olL Worked wr
and then followed by a few warm day will,
In imiiiy cases, cue' the -oil lo buke or f'iriii
a erii-ton I. 'p. often to hard Ihst it will be
ditlh ult If not Imisibl for iho lender
ihisii to force thcr wy through It. and
often er.l will germinate Weil but will ilia
lHTniie lheyraini.il fore their wny through.
There I alwv s rl-k of Ihi whenever Ih
oil la Worked liai wrl, o.f.i-lonln.j Hot only
In of ti l but of CHii-ldiiriible lunr and
often in a l l lion sn Injury lo the !!, Ihe
I'ftc-I .f which will be thuwu all IhreUg-li
the growing seaxiti.
Al War rardla-Hat.
Frnra Harper f bAMf.
"Mr. Ilrenion mind have failed lo pay hit
hill IliU Week."
"Why do yon think thatr
Why, di.ln'l you nolle Mr. 1 hnmpkln
gave Iii'iu th neck of Ihe lurk"y at dinner."
Tut Mareh efVaMlvetlaw.
rmm t ilt
Mr. nitifTOo hi Iravrliugarqualntance)
8arprloJ il lhu evidence uf culture yo I tn v
In the We.t, eh? Why they're ral.ln' rem
In Uie Kw lUvrr bottom land that' ' -feel
high. If Ih El csn heal ih 'I for cul
lurt you'd better thow up th udi.
A V-. -w T IX 1 - rv 4-rs cc
AA 111 II II rilllllllV VJlULllk3
.and lJisease-oreeaing oerms
rr ir i !
by constant self-agitation, is forced through the inter
stices of the fabrics, and thus cleanses them from dirt and
disease-breeding microbes as they can be cleansed in no
other way, and withoutxn any manner injuring the fabric."
James Pyle's Pearline will wash in hot or cold,
hard or soft water, and by' any of the so-called " new
labor-saving methods ;" but for the easiest and best way
of washing, refeV to the directions for washing by boil
injr civen on back of each package of Pearline.
w.r. of Iiniuulon.. JAMES PYLEi New York.
Hill, Fontaine & Co.
Cotton Factors and
296-298 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors. Commission Merchants
No. 110 SOUTH MAIN
R. L. Cochran Sc Co.
BAW AHO FUMINa MXUa, wavy-yard.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shmglas, Floorlnj, Clllnz and Cedar Posts.
MEMPHIS, - - - - TSITIT.
Porter & Macrae
800 Front Street. Memphis, Term.
J. T. LritADK.
LarLiADE, Mc(jM111 & (JU.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 204 FRONT STREZT. I I t I I MEMPHIS. TENN.
FOR THE SALE OF ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCt
840 FItONT 6rH23T, . - - - MEMPHIS. TENN.
fVIir.TT.TlT.yCTA Cs B. nsc or dmaKsrs, It 0. !t a A Co.-.
ALABAMA : CARBON : HILL : COAL
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CM MtPiirvrr Nm,
A. J. 1)0
HO. 318 FItONT ST., MEMPHIS, TKNN.
Jao. Ovsarus, Jo., Trts t Tnu. II. Iiiltok, Vlce-rrua't P. B. Justs, rVo .
Vanderbilt Insurance Co.
No. 3 MADISON STREET,
fTLEDOI BROa.ca' Ooma. lCsa,
Iu V4 aid 853 FK02TT ITIim.
article in A tnerican A nalyst,
says: "The dirt and all
soap must be entirely re
moved from the interstices
of the clothes, and all mi
crobes must be destroyed.
The only and easiest way to
do this is by heating -the
water in which the' clothes
are contained to the boiling
toint. The boilincr water.1
8T- ST. LOUIS. MO.
NO. 278 RFCuND STREET.
A. at. ihiii't Sooa
Ol talarnikiU M ncafctj
F. K KOErXIZt.
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