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e.i-oinionlod lf Ui name unci address of the
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rpcmlhlliiy. No nntlco eau be Uken of auouy
Cinnniniilrailotia for publication mint lie written
c,n i ne flilcol the page only, and, with ell oilier
icettcra connected Willi thecdltorlal department,
ihoiildbe addressed: To the hdllor ol The Ap-H-.il,
V' ci;iinnt, eaa rule, undertake lo return arlliloa
t.u luiuid luiublv for pulilioutlon.
OCR NFw"oltK OKFHT.
.'tm ortice l TIIK AI'I'K.vl.. No. 12 Tribune
lailldliig, New York. J. E. Vn iHircn, ripcclul
The rolloti receipts yesterday numbered
l.ir.' I ule n;:aiiit ''i bales '"'" day last
voir. Kill-, 2,100 bides, of which 1" to
rvportcr mi J fa") l spinners, llccolpls
im e Nqdoinla r 1, .i.si biilcs, ami ship
viciils. (,'., Sill bide. H"t lollnn at Ilii liit
cloud linn. New York spots advanced I ;
rliitig steady, willi futures steady; old "fo
months olTS points ntul new crop npl pnlnl
Ne Orleans spots dosed sternly and futuici
luircly steady, at a decline of 1 lo .1 joints.
l.lveriMMil closed quiet: iiui ler.ile iiijitii' al
an udvauie of l fulun ijuiel mul tU'inly
ami up '2 ilnl.
mi: mimmis appeal
1 UK3DAY, till APHIL. 13.
VX IO OKLAHOMA.
Tlio cullierin of i in tn iirii til ft on tlio Ixir
tier ol tliu Inilinn Territory in the vicinity
of ArkaiiKu City, Kiuwu mi l Anthony,
Kits., J;nti(V' Uiu atHtoincnt ot t'oinuiin
i'uincr Stockaliier tlint fully KM.O),) aot
ttent will rtit'T (i'kIu1i(imi:i on nn I for a
tnonlh aller tlio '.".''I iuit., tin' day ulicn,
tiy M'rii)iiioii of tlio I'iv-.!. lout, tlio luml
in tli it soi'tioii of tin Toiritory in lo 1p
ojcMcil fur (k'ltliMiX'iiL Tlii-ro will Ix'ul
ttii-t ruto ten njlu-.nit4 for e.irli of I lie
hvmHuIiIo ij mirier mrliom ami llm Coiii-tlii-vioiiiT
fi'tr that tin) iucvilaliio
lemlt Will l)fl tlio f rej liu of
tliia Iniiiien-kj aurplui over the, nljuiii
liiili.m l.mili, (rout whiili It miM Ik)
ilitlirllit to ilinlihlo lliem nitlioilt llliull
troillilo ail'l i.vility a-uiiu liloo.l-ln .L If
lliv I'oiiliiiiHtinii npoiiiti. to th ill nidi
tlio 1'lu rokivt for a n-nion of thoCiiero
koo outlet coiil. 1 coin). le'o their lalxini
within the tint few month, a J thnt that
tract mUhl .alro Ikj cijK'n to ''Ulement
U-forq C'oliijreiK Ineetn, tliin lnl;lit,
ntnl pnilmhly oull, relievo tho ptenurv.
HtlierwiM ho fcaruil miltcri ahuII lie.
cotno romplieuloJ mil tho pijuiliUiiuni
Ihi rviili.ro iih Jiirinilty. Tlio truth U
tho c'luililirniin will never lx to-
atoretl. Ihn op. niiiii ol Oklahoiii to
K'lt!i meiit la tho Uvtmiluj ol the end.
r-iltinl-d ua it in. In tho very heitrt
of tho I ii din ii Territory, it ill niertdy I
thuojH n JiT tu 4'Very oilier foot of tho
Territory. There lira no other avml.tlilt
land In tho We.-t an rieh rvi tlnmi thnt nn
liionopohitt J hy tlm o called civdi l or
the K liii-i-ivi!ii.l trilNH ol Indiaut, nu I n
thv hlto man iKi'di them, he will !.
llit'tu. ti know thm m not rilit imr
Jul. Ihn it it tho way of tho a Into man
ever aim thr llnl of din raeo l f.nit on
I lie atnn4 of America. J lo lun taken poi
owtioii ol re-'rva'ioii in tho ni(iiHeit
In thu nay that were aa mit retlly ad aurt
to tho Iiid .iui na tho rnx rvaiioni of tho
Ciiiiliinehi', A pat lira, ( hcyeliilra ni.d
Aratuihoi-a, an 1 ho will hut Intitule
when tin Ira aland in the way. Tl
Indian iiiu-t ;ive way Id tho tiljl
wuvr of lintiilrutiun that hiicoiupi lied tho
prent (iovernuii'iit olthin I'.epulilie to open
Okhihonii lor tlleni 'iit an I to treat with
tlm (. hi-r Aeea lor tlio l.uidi whit li they
iluiiu and which imint lx cio d hy all
in:fiidinsa. ttl. ra M rv they e.ui reach
OLIahoma. It ii fair, and there i no u.j
ku k iiij n(.iint llm prlt ka. Hut coiiiiinj
lnk to Iho picMiiiro hy tho almoin.
iiniiiL'taiila on tho horder. Tho "coin
DiLwiunrr of tho lain J OJlc, n wo
Knru from 7.f Ar k ) mil,
lnia mad Buiplo ptep.r iMnn for tho
rnli oud lo pirvuiit trutihlo. Tho now ly
ppl-.inted re-Liem and reoixcm of the
nit-mly cicatetl land ollle nl dutlirio
nnd Kin I whor atav nl.iii.in, with their
clcrka mid two pM-cial iip iita of tlio (U
1'iirlineiit, will moot ut Arkuui.a City,
Kua., on the 17ih, and logeiher proce'tl
to their ivota of diilv. l.very fnt ilily will
10 extended hy tho locul olli vr4 to nppli
inula In tiisik litjt their li'.iu;M, nn I rtery
clfort uinda to ili-puleh tie." hiiiiiuvt i.( tho
olhoa with exjMHlilioii. In older to aavo
tho tlino of tho rccoivlna ollii. ru. thev
will ho aiipphed with Mary cumeutivo
iuiiiiIm ring alamp Instead of nuking their
inilorxenienU w ith a pen, Tho order in
whirl) an appliei.Uou la ror.'lvod, ai indl-
ratiMl by tho numU'r it ynped njon it,
will tliileriuino and acltlo ila priority over
pplicatioiia Uouriiijj liiUor niuuhor. A
foiro of clerk in the Ococral laind Olliee
i i i i . , ,
una uecn mini ut wora aiuro llitl I roil-
l-nl'i proclamaUou waa iaaucd, irc(ailug
plat books, blank books, Hunks and sup
pi io ot all kinds for the now offices, and
everything Is said to bo la readiness for tho
THE A UEMCA X EXPOJi T COMPA N Y
Ve are In rocoipt of the rropoetns of
tho American Export and Trading Com
pany an! of an accompanying pamphlet
conlaluing tho opinions of tho loading
nowspapors In regard to tho possibilities
of tho nicrclinnts of this country estab
lishing a trade with Central and
South America. Tills pamphlet is
rnthor tlocoptivo, for since tho object of
the company is to secure sulmidy
from tho Government the casual reader
is likely to accept them all as indorsing
that method of protoctiom Hut this is
not the case. For instance, The A'ew
Yurk llerahl, tho first pnpor quoted
from, Is opposed to both protection
and subsidy. And so is The Arm
'ort Graphic. Ilosidea these, thorn uro
others to tho same end. Hut thoro aro
many newspaper quoted from thut aro In
favor of suhiidy. Tas Api-bal is, of
cotirso, opposed to all subsidies, and yet is
as cagor as any of tho sulnidy papers for
tho establishment of tnwlo between this
country and tho Nations of Central u well
as South America. Such a trade can easi
ly bo entuliliihed tinder a commercial reci
procity treaty which can bo agreed on by
the Connrriis of American Nations which
is lo meet in Waili'iitftou in Octolior next.
Cut this reciprocity treaty limit bo based
on froo trado becauso this is the bails on
which Kngland trade with thosj nation,
and it is on this basis that sho uliii Ht
lnt)iioiM)li7.o their export trade. In proof
of this let us quoto 'the .'io Jnntiro Suit,
which treating of our hysterical notation
of tho question of trado with Central mid
Ninth America, says:
If Nortlierir miiinilni lur.'n w'h to 'tl Itn lr
K'xxU lu lliew Niiltll mi l IVlltr.ll Ann rl-illl eoilll
liiti. tl.rjf iiinot mikti up llielr militia to reliue
tli .lr l ir!ir on iinit-l wtml, eoi r mi l other
.r..il. Ii whirl! IIiij Kliuo eoillllrlea nnilllitl.
Therii U KMiii lhlnit i lr..riliiwrll) ' m
kiiImi' III the tiMii'Miiu'iit of Ami. rlrun tii" -liaulet
nnd leiii'liitoct. Tlie (eel thai llii'T oht lo Imvo
a noilri'llniii iiiflumire In tliinri.t Nmili Anierl
ran trrnli'. met thrjr re.lnlnj an luiiiu'iio amount
ol tiilkiux mi l pUnnlnt otvr II. but iniehnw lln-r
uever Ke Ik )oihI oil. r to m II an. I oI.J.tIIimo In
bur. Ili.'lr ,e.iof trude apK'nn to bv an exi Innuo
nl iiininihi' tiir.-.l gooiMor ili. no mailer how It
may I ohiiiitied. Tlifjr aw evcu w llliiii to utl-
ilirr tcilin r' to rarrjr out tlio ao.iU II lliey w 111
not brlu Iw k anyllilin rnvpt raslL Tliero In
not a rtiv( ol d eiM n it tliat Aiin riinii mer.
ebatiu and manur.u turrr inluhl l.iripdr lnt reo
their liHtle Willi the tallu Amerlraii toiinlrle. If
they would out)' eoiirul lo lu le on niunl Ii rma.
IMI mi IntiK I il. 'e K.nn h'lu-a lo Uku what IIii t
tun pro Inn) tliey will very luiturully go and buy
a here lliry en kII.
This is thu whole caso in a nutshell.
Tho Central and South American nation
arc ready to trado with us on a reciprocal
luixiH, but nut otlienvi-to. They havo wo l
mid other raw material to sell. These
they aro williiitfto cxi hungo even.
down tlio barrier that protection has
erected between this and foreign nation,
ii nd wo may in timo bo ablo to secure a
third, a ball, or even two-third of tho
f rm.O.Hi.inio of annual expert from Cen
tral and ."outh America now gobbled tip
by Kncluud, Trance ami (lormnny. It
cannot bo done by subsidy, which Is a
very odious form of protection, aud it mtixt
ho done on a basis of reciprocal benelils,
whitdi is only another tmino for free trade.
Ma. Wii.i.iam DA 1 low n i.i, the
novelist, kveverul months since tnado an
ass ol hlniM'lf by decryitu the faiun ot
Hick MiaantlThaikeray.twoof tho novelist
wIi'hhi bonks aro atill lu m at doncuid, and
now ht iipplcuii'nlr. Ihla criino a.tiint
KivhI IuhIo, irx I sen in and Iho truth by
telling the readers of the I'. lilor's Hudy,
ill Jlnrfr't Jtt.i;ui for May, that
n.intiert'a Madam Il-ivary Is ono im-
paaiioiietl cry of tho autt,rf,it morality,
(r nbovo the coiiceot'on of the art of
Scott' lime; and when wocotuo loToNtoi
there iauocomparis ut ol tho m.is'.cra Innny
kind. IVi lo that most Chrlitian of the
iiioiu'iiHt Kcull i tho spirit of tin) w rl 1
im tnis'.o, and of the fvud.il w .irl I al that;
and le-s! lo thai rousclcnlion and perfect
in tint ho i a lin-nlieo artificer." What
other nuin In the world would think of
comparing S-otl with Klaub.'rt ot Tolitol
with fcotl? Tho "Wir.inl of tho North,
wh'MO charni'ter still an lorcct in our
literature, wrolo under rondilions vtido
atpsrt from thoae til Toialol and 1'lauliert,
and there i no room, there i no
baais for couijmi im. Tin ro ii notli
ing in Cotiiiniiti betweiMl KMtlmnl
and Ciitai or K-olland and franco.
No ihrvo p.)il.-a In I'.iiropo are
more tl.tlin. tiM' and then tho theories
which Suit 'l.loitcd had refcrenco lo
phnat'S of life that w.ro distinctively S ot-
liali and Dughali. Mr. Howell Isati.tin-
Iii4 a point to enhance tho era in w hich
he himiflf U one of tho rw.Kiil2"d novel'
Ulu, (M'thap with a view to hi own rvim
tation. lor tlm t.ian who played "You
tickle mo mul I'll lit kin you" Willi Jamoa
I not above ain-h It fl handed ways.
Cm At ax the l'einoira a of KIumIo Ialand,
the other day, idtvtc 1 their csndi.Ule for
Altorney tieiioral by a maority of the
wli.,10 vote cnt nn.l lame within a
"tleorgetown giacier " ( eUtiiitg their
wliolctitket, II" (oi..ii,d ''.ua iAifri
a.itille. that Cholo Island will in IS'.K!
rust her ihiioral vote (or the IVinocrallc
lit ket 7"i i ii'i'i il, Mitt., .ViiiWiitoi
a ;rts that Ihi i poeible, but "only on
tho alrsixht out bt-ue of IsulT reftiriu."
Tut .Y.te y,i ll'tuU learn by special
fiom Sau rraucimo of llm rocepllou in
that city of n private letter front Honolulu
which al ite thnt Cohort Louis Ftuvensoii,
the novelist, is very ill end that he cannot
recover. Ho la a victim of conatimpllun,
from which ho luta vainly aoiight relief in
umny pari of the world, finally settling
down in Honolulu as "a heaven on earth."
As ; II.',! aa), "Sliould lhr.sj.pre-
THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: TUESDAY. I
honslvo tono of the letter from Honolulu
be justiflod by subsequent events,
tlio world will lose ono of the
finest imnginntiva minds which has
lent grace to Its literature in
yoors. 'Dr. Jokyll and Mr. llydo' has
perhaps attractod more of tho popular at
tention than tho others of Mr. Stcvonson's
books, but iu 'The Master ol BullautiW
ho is thought by many to have done bis
finest work, wliilo 'Trcasuro Island' is
also a most delightful product of his pen."
Iiosidojhis novels Mr. Stevenson has
written many essays and sketches that aro
remarkable for their originality and
strength and beauty of expression.
Thin U certainly a mercenary aire. Kvorylhluir hM
a coiiiineri'lal value placed upon It. The choieeat
product ol thu human mind are luld iiiu tho al
tar of Mammon, alona with the trcmiuroi of the
heart whoae liireoae most onuoblv huuiniilty.
Kor inauinre, the sreat Inm monger. CarueRie, it
wild lo bo iieKottmliui wllh Jnhmon City for a (tout
like thlK Awume my namoinnd 1 will endow you
with a tt0,00 library. So fur a we know
Johnson City biw not yut Indignantly tohl
Mr. Carnegie to ro to that clime where
never a collar will auiud. Androw John
ton, for wlmm the 'City" wa naiutxL Is not
uiilvnnally admlrod. He bad aome itrlevoiu
fitulta. lint he wti ao imraeamirably more
worthy of having lila nam porputuetod
by Tunut-oK In llielr Plate nomenclature tlmu
AndmW Cariiiiile, thai a IIO.OilO llhmry iliuuld cut
little rluure iu the mailer, lie waa a better exem
plar of irue Amerleuii cuarcterlllc to place upon
a iK'dii tal lor the euiulatlou ol the rUIn Keiieni
tloii than Carnri;le, wllh all bit wtalth. He
arornod iho wealth he could not earn on equal
ieriiii with hln fellow meiL lleopianeil tonliiB the
niiwie to eurlrh the few. And In Kal Tenueiweo,
where ho waa uin.t ldoliml. U dellmiue hU name
mid debaiKb hU fame for Unit of a man who waa
hhantipiatf lu Ihoic ehanwierlatltw thai won for
Andrew Johiiion the name of tho great Commoner,
fur the wliry iim of llo,oin would aurely dWurh
the r.-Heof hta re lieu nplrlU t'orlild It, benvcu.
f.uMtc ir. l.L
No ono but a vulgarian of tho Drst order
would innko such an oiler n this, and
wliilo Mr. Carnegie, to uso the lunguugo
ol tho street, has been "playing it very
loud," especially in tireut Crilain, wo can
hardly believe that he would go to such an
extreme a is stated in the nbevo editorial
from The Sn'hi We IhrahL Hut w hat is
more lo tho point, wo do not bulleve that
the people of Johnson City would enter
tain such a siitrgusiiou for a moment.
They certainly would not Hank of break
ing the link thut binds them to tho f.iuio
of a great American statesman, and ono of
tho most distinguishod loaders tho Demo
cratic party of Tenncsseo bus known, ami
selling tlicm'clves, for tho paltry sum of
f 10,000, to innko Millionaire Cornogio
famous. Cotter, far better, that the
future generation of Johnson City
should attain education ami culturo
on tho hard lines on which Andrew
Johnson traveled to attain both than that
they should enjoy a library In return for
naming their town after Andrew Ciirncgio.
The inline of tho dead l'reaident is an in
spiration to every struggling boy in Ten
nessee und the Union. Ho rose to the
hiuhest distinction from the humblest
w alks of life, and It was his boast that ho
never pnillted by a dollar ho did not rarn.
Ho waa lu everything and in every sen)
the antithesis of Uvncglo. Ho was
worklnuuinn. and when ho raw above
those conditions was always the working-
man's Irleii L He was also a Jetrcrsouian
IVmocrnt, and a a public olliclal exem
pli lied in tho highest aciuo what it waa to
be a limn of the people.
Tiik PitlJnirg J'iW, a brave and fcnrl.fs
exponent and defender of JclTcraoiiiun
IVmocracy, reviewing tho Cirmlngliam
wliilo basis movement uy it "illustrate
a feeling thnt largely prevail ill this coun
try among tlio ruling race, nn matter
whether they call themselves Ccpublicans
or IViiiiH-ratt, or live North or outh.
This ia awhile man' Government and will
bo ao maintained, not to the oppression or
wrong of the colored race but to their
maiiifiTtadvanlat'. Tho white Republic
an of tho South who are not enjr igvd in
ox rutinu the nero vote for aelllsh pur-
omi aro a fully coininitle.1 to this policy
as their Iteinocritlc ndghlMirs." Tlii ia
truo. Indeed The W might have gone
fuilher nnd claimed that the lVniocrul ol
tho South have done moro for tho negro Iu
an educational way nnd have elected more
of them, ton to one, to olllco than Iho Ko-
publicans. And TV W i right w lion it
a.iya thut tho voxel Southern problem "w ill
never Is) a olvM by holdiuf the colored
vote solid and . dividing Iho while vo e.
The whites are not likely to Im divide ! by
thnt transparent device. They hnve
limned the lostion of unity In the scliovl
Tun (f.i'oii iim.itiI, while admliting
that the Governor was In boiiio degree jus-lilL-d
iu vetoing the Moody jh iiiten'i.iry
bill, conclude thut ho luu, by the innnnur
of it and tho delay In deli vol Inn it, widened
the brcorh that exieU Ulwcua hliu and
the Isjiiiocrai In the lgi'laluro. l'.iit
this, It think, i not to bo woiidervd at,
"the liovernoi ms'iiis tn be an export in
making encode and olroiid!hg hi party;
he inn had morn roue, made mom mis
takes, ami ia Iho uuast uiiMipulur of any
Governor the Nil to ha hud in year. This
j I not surprising-, ho i wholly unfitted for
the position he occupies; he deg-ade
rather tlmu -linilliM tho olll.-c, nod hi in
sullerable egotism and MuuMraily, tog-tjicr
with his violent temper, inability and tin
a'.ahillly bus lou.lerotl hl-n ihIi.hu to a
I lur.-e portion of tho IVniiM-iary of Ihn
State. Ho baa many enemies, as welt aa
a ft warm friends who lomlv to hlni In a
sort of cheap hero wnrahip Ihat I disgust-
A isnttsioi has Ix-cn appointed nm'e
a rosvul act of Congns to tr it w-'t'i tun i
Moux In.lini for llielr reservation on the
Missouri Uiver. They will tin I I . r ,. k
vaay, r Gall, John Grass, M ting Hull d
innny of the other groat rliie: iuw
tlured that tho fi, on x tribe have in. wl.li
to Impede tho pm;re of civiloa'.iou. All
they ask is av. fair prico for thoir lands,
and this tbey'oliglit to have. Tho fact Is,
that the Govnrnmuut should Adopt a
policy of purtbose with all the Indian
tribes so that ail the reservations may be
broken up, tlio Indians being soeurod in
their lands in severalty. Civilisation can
not bo stopped by tho Indian nuy moro
thtyi the steam engino could bo disputed
by the bufTald on tbo plains.
Fra.vk C'HfJAtUAM Civolao deserve
tho sincero thunks of all cx-Confederato
soldiers for their condemnation of the
, . x. I u i,m u
IUUR",W" " t,u" "u"
bon aid for indigent and wounded Confcd-
.. 1 ... ..... I
..ulna In MDf.lllllnM H' It ..II , Tl ( , I
1.1 iUID. All .... M lUDUiu.iuu, w.i. w. .i' I
thut they fully apprcclato any proper ex-
j , , . . .
pression. of sympathy from tho Northern
pcoolo for neody Confoderato soldiors, but
.1 !.!, il. ,l....1llnn .al fl.
'l7 Bujjuuaij m v.
repudiate any eflort directly or indirectly
to beg aid for them In tlio North. Colo
nel 8. F. Wilson in offering
this resolution said the - action of
the bccLtirs for aid "was tho most dis-
graceful and tho only disgraceful thing
or suico the war," and Dr. W. J. alcJIur-
mv aal.l ilml "im 1n.lt, had been asked in
Ilin iliirlr ilnva rif aeiiliiwai'irorv anil enrnnt- I
!....!-. J I. .1..
uii;isiii, nuu now wncu mo cvuiu who
getting on its tout it was certainly not ad-
visablo to seek rebuilt, and kicks In the
North. Every bivouac in the South ought
to protest attninst such action."
Tub Pliih'litpliia Xnrs, a bitterly par
tisan Kcpublican newspaper, is compelled
by tho forco of (acts to admit that
There la uinre dnuievllc happlnnai in the South
than In the North. There were more illvorcua ap-
pllttl for In Clilrnuo alone In ono par than by the
entire native npiilulii.n of all the Southern Matea
eail of the Mlml-alppl hlver. Thouamidi of women
In list North ftrek real III tho autcldo'e grave from
ualmpplneaa In their homes.
Tho reason for this is the higher respect
lu which women are held at tlio South,
the greater freedom under which they
live and their intelligent appreciation ami
exercise of that freedom. They command
tho love and confidence of their relatives
and the respited of all others.
Ir tho stiitemoiil which comes to us by
eahlo from I'uris i truo that tbo French
Government i in possession of letters that
prove Iloiilungur to havo tattijiercd wi'.h
the army with a view to a revolution, tho
doughty General, once so fa mom iu speech
and sonir, is done for. He cuu nover re
turn to Frnnoe. :
Tut Cnofftinofx'i 7iifJ favored "the
Moody bill a the best attainable, regard
ing it a a step a short step in tho right
direction. Wo regret thut tho little tho
bill authorized to bo dono by way of rid
ding tho capital city of a nuisance and tho
KUito of a reproach has been ostpouoX'
"Tub law of. the United Mutes stand
today the wir4 'I'tiomy of tho cotumcrco,
tlio iudimlry.'nO'J the iuJojH'udunco of our
own people," savi 1h rUilniUlhia
Thk Yates rouiUmtiury Hill, now before
tho New York legislature, provide for
the employment ot the convict iu nuk
ing macadamised public roads.
UI81IHSIPPI WBATMEIl AND CR0P3.
The Weokly DulleVIn of the Wlnalsalppl
Following la the weather and croptiulletln
of tho Miaaiaalppi Weullii-r H. rvii e. In co-
0 ruiit.n with tho t'nltetl Ctutt-s Mj;nal K-r-for
tho week tiiihuj Haturday, April
13, I sail:
Tin-re la still reported de ncloncy of rain
full throughout the Male. No rain was re
ported for the Week ill tho southern part of
tho HlaU). and cnijo, eseially vi-gcUhle,
were Biiflcrinit in Ihul ais lion
The teuiertttiir was gem-roily a'ove tho
normal ami Was f.ivonthlu to Vegi-Ution.
The avt-rairo ainount of aiiiitlilne was re
1-irte.l. It was ample (or Iho nit la of the
(jfow ing crops.
Tlir-e condilloiis combined w lilt continued
lil(.-li winds, warm and dry, have tint Ix-.-n
alloits tlier furotalile to vt m lutioii. N'ealy
.i.o.ilU .l. and ailit lileiil Idalits huvo been
i hot ked in grow III.
1 he nlaiilnig of corn an 1 cotlun Iins pro-
r. ,1 . i. t llt nllv nnd Is IU ilavs nlini.l nf
list k'ssju. ProaiHs u of tho frull troi are
Hiilnfall la roporicl .no for the wink
lliroiiclioiit the Niiiiliern ilivlai.ui, and
tlirouidiout the N'orilurn, e. cpt from the
f.illtiiiiliiif atiillolis: l.rceiiville. .0.3: Hales-
villa., .lir, Llitv entity, .01; i'olltoltN-, .3-1;
HiN-elnl Item fmin flhservera.
I'eurliiintoli Ihv'i K to need mill, bill
iltv wi-ailuT luta Uot vet luiure.l IMS
III.. loin, Ala. Tihi diy; warm nuns mu. h
re -lied; catioage crop nun n tnjiin tl in con
laa k lrvi-D Amount of ruin for as Ihree
nioinlia tlelhiolit l y i. it) Hit lit a. Lain
MeNalr rlanllng pn:rres.lng well; pota
lisi will a. a ill l In tnnrket.
Vicksliurg Very fuvuraldo weather fur
all illuming liilere-t-; coltmi nearly all
1,-rrv Mt"t of the cotton rnp will I
plained thia Wiek; ground (jelling hard on
I, ,. .1,1 Hi. Is.
koat'iiiskn Ci.rn all pluuleil and a conald
er.il.le amount i.lv.illnii. limn iies'drd.
llwanla r ar-nuu o Mtioiia i.rok-rc.liig
well; cotton plaatmg ten days ahead of last
Hiti-sville Early corn and gardens need
liriH-nvllle Crop BMwIng rapidly.
P,,iil,itoc llrlght prosiHsris.
Ciil.lwBler gcUllll urowliiK rapidly;
nee ling rnln.
Kiciixl t orn tho only cn.p i.l.nil. d
it. n. 1 1 i.e. a.
laalppl rather .NTViee.
Itwiilboeai rrelght Hvies.
Saw Yoaa. April LV The Kale Commit.
1,-eiif ihetsoiilUtn Itailway an I Meunishlp
AaaiHullon, llSVT Ih-i tl lu aesslmi f,,r acvernl
tlu)a at No. d Itroad alnrl, revi.lng and
adjusting freight rat' rsulhern nlnls
from Ix.ih F.i'l'rn and Weal. tii ciilesin run
funnily wllh dwision nf the Interstate
I'tiiiiuii'n-e t'oiniiils'ioii of Mun Ii ;ui, wlmh
Wua liaanil liall th Investig til, ,11 nude hy
tlieiu on laoveniU-r Is. Ine cniiiiiiitiev
reached a coiiclnalon as tu tl,r ,n, (
rich foil. The details will he Wotkcd Up
by cat Ii lino quickly ui aisihhv,
ral a. Ayree'a Ramslav.
Stelal lh alrh lo 1 lie Ap .11
I.lTri.K I'oca, Ai k., April 13 Tliorrutulns
,i . I res,lhe iliiiuiiiier. who coin.
lull el itilO to ai tie ii, "nl.ig ll.itel stuntlay,
... ....I to rt'lnilvi ai t.rvi. ..I , i;..
J ycionUy,' lor burial.
APRIL 10, 1889.
THE GREEN DIAMOND.
THB MEMPHIS N1NB AGAIN DOE3 DP
The Chelsea Tesm Defeated By a Soore
or ao to I They Only Oat in One Hit
On Billy Smith Bauawln Continues
to Show Great Form.
There seem to be llttlo donlit tlmt Mem-
phis has ono pitcher ut least who will prove
" WITOr oppoMng nines. His numo is
L,""T'Vc,n Tl h has "ot boc-n hit yet al-
T. T. ".u me oai BinuHiur in i
wenipnis. ti,u w remarkable record and
goea to show that Memphis has at least ono
.tlM.nB .l.A .MI .1.. . . I
I ' . .1 . , im Hill 11(1 Ul I'll . 1 1 1 1 1 tl .... I
,ummon to her rescuo ami the regular
SU....1.U1I ,u ,irr reaeuu nnu lllo regular
leaguer. The following b an accurate list
of e opining nines:
U,n Mel'iarthv I
(aasaily r'lntt bno
Hi'liilo t enter fleld ...Collliu
KiUi.wlno........klKlit Held. .J. Turner
O' Kourko...M......'J'biril bam..... F. Turner
Zeilirr .....( au her bulllvan
Tho l'lnch teum la rocoL-nizeil ai the host
in the city. A closo game may be looked
ior. uu oui ouu see mu sport.
Thero U'ill lia ,i.M.flt,.. of ft n'nl.wl- ..
night at parlor of Luehriiiunu's Hotel of all
M'bacribcrs to uaacbuU stotk. A lull at-
U'luuince is desired.
ppoelnl Uinpntch toTbo Apical
liiiiMixoHAM, Ala., April 13. l'resitiont
Kent received a IvIegrnnAhis forenoon from
Maniurcr Allison, dutcd Washington, In
which ho stated lila team would reach Bir
mingham tomorrow and ploy ball Wednes
day with New Orleans. Tho teum as reported
is us follows :
Tniiehv, catcher, was wllh rutcnttm In 1S87
utnl ll.iverilraw in Uia lieliliug uvcr
nee was U.Y l.uttlni 300.
Aiet ulloiiL'li. pitelier, was with Juniestown
n ;., I
In li-sti, uiieiiiu isiti. N raiiton isss.
Iielilintt avcruuo Win tllll, biiltiliK
l.niielilin, pitelier, was with isliniiiokln In
1V)i-S. Ilia licldinij avcriurc was UIU, buttiiiB
i rnnier, caicner, w-ns W illi imesnnrro in
lSSi iintl llaitellon ill ltooj. Jits licltllllg
averuiro waa !KA hutting Will.
lrilii,T, on-i oiiai', wnn Willi 1iiOK liitoti 10
1H17 and Alhuiiy iu 1SS.S. ilia lieliliug avcr-
aeo win 1,IM), luittiiift S..I.
Jlucell, aecoutl Imao, waa with 1 1 art Ion I In
IsVi, ism and l7, ami llliHiniiiiKion l.is.s.
Ilia lieliliug averno waa i.'f), halting 3-1.
Iliifutt, third humi, llri.eHrt, Conn.,
1H.KI-7; UiiiiIoii (Int., 1SHS; lleltltl.i, lint 313.
A Ili-Miii. short stop and cat her. Kiiulra,
N. Y., Iss7; liu.chu.oii. Kas., loss. Held Wi,
iivnn. left field, Jerw-vlllucs, 1S37: Kaiton,
Pa.. lis.s; Held tii hat 317.
llueklev. center lie tl. Iaiil' Mantl. 1SSO-7-8;
ficM l.tsai, bat 371.
Mills, riitht field. Potith Henil. Imu aud
Z.ineavlllit, Ohio, yenrs ami record not civt-u
Ticc and ireeu. the tony battery, are from
Clinrl.it N. O. Tlicy are good, but records
rinelnnnil IO, Toledo.
CismsATt, O.i April li Exhibition
panic. cntlirr tilravint.
i liielunatl- J 0 o 1 1 0 J 0 lio
lutein ..0 1 000210 3-
Case hita Ciiicinntill 8. Toledo 12. Kr-
rora C'iiirlnnnti 4. I olodo 8. li.iriud rum
Ciiii'illliuli 0. Toledo 5.
F.d Pnria, a convict ctinnl, shot mid fatally
wniniiled a cilicen iiauietl Wiley lleanl, in
Arienta, Ark., yeleril.-iv nioruuiii. Duvls
wait arn-aUtl and lleurd will die.
The workmen at the salt shaft at King
man. Ka., all-nek Mil veateritny uflerniNin
at a depth of 1173 feet. Tho salt ia e char n
Kl:e and aeenia to lie absolutely liure. It la
the only rock aalt mine west of New York.
T.ie itev. C. K. t'nmiltiKham, of New Jer
sey, otlleinted at the rrvabylt-riuti ( hurt It,
I a splendid iinim Ion on the ine.nliera of
ut l n4Hi i it v. .Mtsa., on mul lay, and niaoo
that t Imn h. It is pmliiitdo that ho w ill bo
called lo I lie rliun-u In nii-tloii
The strike alluation in rt Poul is un
clinu;ed. It is now iutentlt-l to make an at
tempt to start tho cars lodny. The rrimrt
that tho striko nilt-iil exicnii to I'uliiili
nroyea to be uufoumletl. In that city no
reduction of w.ikTea haa bcou ordered.
I.ivt Friday lilitht tho Lcftislulure at Pt.
paul. Minn., pie-ed an InsiH-ctiou bill which
pr o Hi ally pniliibilial Cliuunjo and Kan i
I uv iln-ssed ins-1 inun iM-ing aoi.i in that
Hlnte. One result appean-d at lliilutli yea
terilnv. when Armour Hwilt withdrew
their Ix-i f business fri,m Puliilli, ami prices
advanced il per cent Mmilar report have
occii rcceiviu iroin oilier piaer ,
CUAHLE8 HATCH SUICIDE.
Tbo President of the M. M. A p. a R.
Bhoota Illmaelf A Profound Mystery.
Missrmt.ia, Minn., April 13. -t'harlce K.
Mali Ii, President of the Wisconsin, Minne
sota A Pacific Railroivl, commuted suicide
thla ninriilng In his office by ahoollng liiui
self lu the mouth with a revolver. Tho an!
cide Is wellnlgli inecpliculile, as Mr. Ilntch'a
business and domestic relations were of the
happiest, llo wa. an even Iciuia-retl, con-
lenud mnn, and hia friends are at a loss to
I eplaln the ileeil. It Is hinted Hint he had
ecu "ixulatlng In wheat, and had lost
h avilv, and that this caiiael a an. Men do-
epondeiicy. lila (rieinU laugh al tlilav alory.
la -Jack the Hipper aij lew
MoetiR, Ala, April 13. CapL It. C.
Jones, of the aclnauier Arthur, arrived here
l.hlav from Hoy Islnmla, and reKirla Hint at
llustan last nmnth the lv. Ileiuy lloliaon,
his wife and her companion, a young girl, all
natives of Jamaica, wore foully murdered hy
Joaeph llurea. The family were prepar-
Ing b) leave llier for Hill and
Hurts Was helpiu.r. Hiscnvcring that
Mrs. Hol'soii had money, llnres at night
cult n-tl Iho house anil cut the throats of all
three Oersolit. He then mIiIm-.I tlieiu of
what luolirr and vnllialile Ihey li aet,
I tii Indlng watch. Tlm noil day Hures wua
found with the watch, was nin-lid anil
made s confession of his timlt. i lie hull hery
I of the three irma ami tlio mutilation of
the InmIIos of hoth wiiineii iMiro a alnnig re-
ml. Inure to the murders eoniniitled by the
hltct b.id murderer In l.iiKlnnd.
A Meelliaaj tl Nanagera I ailed.
Cntt-vm, 111., April I V Clislmimi Walker,
of the Inlerslale Ciiniinerrs Association, ha
culled a Klul mi-etlng of Hie Hoard of
Manager fur April 2 The suhject to Ih?
coiisi.len'J is tho retiupsl of tlio Chicago,
HI. Paul, Minneapolis Ji Omaha Hoad for
the aulhorliatlon of ratoa to iMilulli on Ihe
aunie luisia as ilittar lo t hienro from North
ern Ncl.ra.k H.inla Tho t lilcngo A Alton's
niuanl to arbitration on the iiiietliui of
itirivliellon in the fast train controversy
will I heard l the Kwcullve Ihainl on
the same ti tle, and on the following tiny Ihe
ilisuL-n-euieut of the niicslion oi lunnar
rali-s lo .Xttuthwestcrn Mn-eourl llivur imlnU
will be arhiirnted.
Thai l.i.a aatd Its Lamb,
NxwYnag. Aprd 1V-K prescnlatlvw of
Iho Vnrl.ms Ilusines Meu'e pnllliral rlub
held a meelii ( her today and il was agreed
timl all hnsiii. ss men, Democratic, lit piibll
can mid I'Mhib'll .nlaKwIII mingle together
III one harinotiloja lanly to Inarch In the
grv.il centennial parade. This win a sugges
tion ma le by l.eii. Hulterlleld aiitlsJIi Deiw
.1. ...i..i lo Ihe cleetlon parade,
JoM-ph Lu'Donoebtii. and the Itcl.ublicaii
I. .lot If.
li.nrhl. fit. . Ik .MlteneOj
i ' a we I WfV.-..ltaa
' Plum ner, I ol htrotig ami ! ;"
I .,n . .i i l. io irfect lb arrange-
j li t it
GEORQB AND MABTBA.
Personal Habits of tho Parents of Their
From the I-oulavtUe Courier-Journal.
George Washington could a lie,
t.nt It la anfn to snv the-' idQV have
been told about him.
Mrs. Martha J. Lamb, tho historian of
Now York, is an authority on the ltfo and
chnractor of Washington and his con
tempories. Trobably no person in tuo
country has rendered more assistance to
the Centennial committee in their prepor-
ations for tho lortncoming colouration
than she. Mrs. Lamb has studied the
nigtory ot lioorgo anu iuanna, not vuo
idealized mail and woman, but the people
of Mesh and blood the man who liked his
!.!... ! tUn m.,lnn an.1 Ilia tt'Aiaan
I I J I 1 1 1 n mil VllO 11 1 . ' I .1 . . mu. ..w .. w .....
" I I . , J.
I was sitting in, Mrs. Umb s office the
., , r ,,. . l, .min
"There nas beon so mucn uction aooui
. . i
t.l: . .v.... i .n..l.l v n.
knoiust ho much of flesh
and blood man ho was." I becan. "What
anrt nl a mini was he?"
"It is not Dossiblo for Washtncton to be
so idealized as to lose sight of tho man.
Ha una of woll-roumled character, ana by
no moans illiterate, although his education
was obtained In tho usual way at mai
tinm. Ho is known to have had a eood
tutor, and ho was reared iu a home
where the absence ot moral anu
relieions tntlninu would have been es
teemed a disgrace. Ho stepped into pub
lic lifo absolutely free from and uutraui
nmltvl hv trntilileaoniA nnd doturiorutiuff
habits. His breeding was that of a g-cntlo
man. Ho was never sent to any coiiegtuie
institution, as somoof tho iruinians were,
but ho mudo use ot Ins many opportuni
ties, and became well informed on a great
variety of important subjects while yet
moro bov. His mother was a wo
man of wide readinir. and great
broadth and strength of charge. His
brother Lawrence was a traveler
to mnnv Darts of the world. In
hia nurlv lifn Im waaerci'eiiillL'l V flcti VO anil
very mucii in mo oihtii uir. mu iNvniun
and restKiiisibitities of bis career took pos-
session of him enrlv. In Held sports, in
skilled horscmnnshin. in survevini!. witli
it,,n,liiiit f.-il oim. oxniiHiiro mill ex
,11..i:,.n.- 1 .), ll, rill and in tlin
' Ilf . rllnll .loiimiu ' all his fiu-ilities and
his manly qualities, both physical
mental, were evenly ileveloiiett. 11
He had tho
beat training possible for military liio in a
new country, in Ins Intercourse will) tlio
liritish olliccrs that ramo over, and with
the old iruiuiun lanuliee, w ho wore peo
ple of culture, ho Ix-catno mucli more
thoroughly educated than he has ever had
the credit of bcins."
"Is thu e.iliuinto of history in deahni;
with v ushnik'ton a correct one?
"History, iu the main, has dealt very
fairly with him. It would hardly Le pos
sihle to over-estimate his greatness. His
military abilities uro best known by their
What ot W ashlnzton s personal habits
"A to hi personal habits, ho wa
very curly riser all hi life; ho was very
methodical and extremely industrious,
uever allowiux. a moment to bo wasted.
and yet ho uever seemed to be in a hurry.
He was a rt-gulur attemlaut nt church, go
ing once a day, in tho morning. Ho was
Very fond of horses and of exercise in tho
oh-ii air, and during the time no
readied la -New lurk as tlio llrsl
1'rcai.leut of tiie United , hlates, he
went out two or throe time a day lu the
morning and alu-ruoon. bometiinos he
drove in tho osl-chise with Mrs.
Washington, and s-nneliiiies in the chariot,
as he tells us himself, anil aomulimos on
horseback, and lie walked around tho Cat
tery nlinonl duily. When he drove, his
lavorile route was the lourteen-mile
round,' which took him over tho old
Cloomingtou road that ramo out tn view
ol the Hudson very near where Gram's
tomb Is now, ami then In returning he
I catuo down over the central pari of the
ielaud aud via tlio old lioston iKjat ro.i.L
He is represented as being very alluble
und easily upprouched by thoie who knew
til in best, but Ins manners were stately.
"Among the mnny stories tohl of W'ash
iiik'ton is ono that ho wa illiterate."
"His voluminous coi rvxpondcuco shows
that ho was not un illiterate uiiiu. He
writes equally well a any of the educated
men of llial day."
"Can you duscribe Martha Waahlng
lon?" "Mrs. Wushlngton was alont the same
ago as her husband, although she seemed
older by reason of Iho drew prcncnbi-U by
the Lisliion at that date for ladies over
lifty. hhe always olicyed Iho edicts of
lusiiion. Mie was repirtled with great
interest liccaiiso of her heroism in tlio
Cevolulion, when she traveled on horse
back in all weather to visit her husband
al headquarters. Mio became, on this
account very mucn eudeuresl to tlio sol
dier of the country. Hie was well in
formed on general' topics without any
I fK't lal culture,
Mio was observant and
critical, easy and self poaacMod. Mio never
I .llirilUi,.l l,.,r oniniona iiimn nuhlie niu-a.
,.,. lM.ru.in0d iHiliiiiiil .ha. ussiona
lion, nor Im ruuttod Itililicul disi-uasion
in her pn-sencp. Mie wa slatuea'pio
anil dignified, but dta-s not seem to
have had any particular vivacity or hu
mor. Mia wa philanthropic in her
character, always courteous, aud con versed
well. Mio was evidently fond of tin in
her yoiini r duya, and whiiu she lived in
New Yolk a the wilo of tho l'reaident, she
might bo said to have lxen tho lender of
society. Aliiongn;her aM'iely leadnis In
New York at tho lime alio resided hero
were Mrs, Jay, Mrs. Knox, Mrs. Hamilton
alI( Mra. lanulon, also Lady Kirby and
I tovcrnl other.
The area of the Ikmilnlon of Canada 1
given at 3.oin,iM asnniro miles. That of
the United Mutes, ini'ludiug Alaska, I
.t.(.0':,tr. Put tho tilluliln hind of the
lioiinnlon Is estimated hy l.rilisli sutlior
itv In otk).(kM) si 1 1 lure miles, while that
I the Uuilitl Males i nearly U.OiKI.O'SI.
1 Aj fim,a hImjvo tho sixtieth parallel is
cohl and imrreii.
Tho custom of roughly preparing tl
laud lor corn Is U'lng iliM-anletl. I.ximti
meiits show at lint it pavs to reduce tlio soil
for corn to a line conililloii as lor jrirdcii
cro(. The Inml cannot be worked over
loo thoroughly ladorti imtling in the aeud.
If the noil l well luvikircd the woik of
after rnlilvulion will Im easier aud Ihe
corn will better cudiiro drought.
Thick brown iair should Imv laid tinder
r.iriH'l if Iho juiteul lining is not to be
hail. It save wear mitt pieveula tlio In
road of moths, which, however, will sel
dom uive trouble if s-iink!ed around II
edge when tho carpet is hud.
A WORD WITH A BKYLARK.
If this I all f, ahMi I it listened ktu&
II anlrtl ol the d.-N
You did not slug lu Mtsllry met) aoilg
Aa Miet.ey aallg to Jou.
Vol. Whh lilla rilllli't) Hid Wotld for neat,
Vtonit e-iien llirotiyh and thmtt.lt;
Thliwa.tenl iavtduialauipi-t with crown mid
What belief could )eil do?
Ah me' toil when than oild and were young
Thar waa au apid- lira,
There was e luic ntmr In taw ilea a aud aunf
The bil.la awokeah Mel
0 Urk of K'irops, downward '.uttering near,
I.Ike a.. ma apt al l.-sj al beat.
You'd atrersint sirsio If von could brer
My UluebliSul the Weal.
-fare it. A fmU
HEDRICK IN A HOLE.
CORONER'S JORT FAIIa
REACH A VBRDICT.
A Seloct Number of Wltnosses Examined
Before Justice Garvin Yesterday Ar
ternoon, In Which Friends of Both
Parties In Interest Are Represented.
Tlm adlournod sitting of the Coroner's
Jury of Inquest over Thomas Corcoran, shot
by Policeman lldlrlcx nnxumuy evening,
from which death resulted Bunduy morning,
took place at 4 o'clock yesterday altornoon
at Justice Garvin's office.
Itwna lu no sense a preliminary hearing
in the case, as Judgo DuBoso, of the Criminal
Court, bad issued an order the effect of
which was to prcvont a proceeding of this
Prior to tho investigation, Assistant
Attorney-General McBrooks, who repre
sented the State, addressed the jury In refer
ence to the order of Judge IJuUose to hold
Sergeant lledrlck In custody for action of
the Grand Jury, and cited section 0, 1S3 of the
code as to tho duties of aCoroner's Jury.
It was decided by tho jury to put the wit
nesses uudor the rule, aud all withdrew after
being sworn, except
dil a. milks wu.Lkvrr,
who testified to bla being the attending phralclnn.
llo waa Mauiim al Hie ciuniiouse wnou ui urn
iilatol ahot was heard, anil, leaving Mia. Vtlllcll HI
heeoniiainyof antluian frlcnJ, went over to
ward Hie Mt-nc ol lliuKhixilliig. t uli la way over
he he inl ai-veral other raporla, and when he got
Inert) found loin Coreorau Ivlug no tho gnua, auf
fernig Imui an ugly wound in Hie abdonieu, loltuf
lie middle line aim rmuiw ine n u niiipie. in
lave him a hyiaslerniic Injis'tlun of w hlakey, aipl
iiiilJ-Unl.'Y auilnllanca telepboued for, whleU
conveyed the wounded man to bL Joseph Hos
pital, lie arrived there ut V o'clock and guve hi in
uiiolhur hvKMlermio Injectl.m of morphine.
wliii h ho told tno finer in cunrsu
lo repeal during the night. Early holiday
morning he called uKalu, in eomtatuy with Dr.
K.aien. 'Ihey luu-u.l. d to probe for tho hnl ' tm
but l.mnd loth run kinkliih' ami be dlrd ut 11 a- iu.
He had two other woiiutla, one oil the left aria,
hetiveen the elbow and wriat, and another In tho
right Ihliih, but the wound iu the abdomen whs
the ImmrillaU) eama' of his death, llelnrt he dlvtl
hotoltl Hi" Doctor that 1st Huron shut him. but
when tohl thut be must I mi mistaken in tills, re
plied: l'erhiipa 1 am." Witness couldn't tell If
ilieaame sired bull made all Hire wonmla, accept
hv euttlnii ihttin out loreuruu talked Hilh sreat
dhlicully prior todtutu.
I live on Pnplur alreet: am a brother of Thomrt
Coreoriii, who na killtd: i wlliuwd part of ll.e
shinidiiM: ditl not sis.-all the ahola bred: aaw lli 'l
rick lire tho la-i tllt huiue; I vios alsmt forty (eel
awity from l.lin when he An d. and look Ilia nt til in;
no unt) uioj In. i. line my brother, h waa 'tnuiling
Mill, mid waa sholtarlte wliile atmiding inotloiili-ss;
( apl. U'lliivcr wn holding umat the lime, cunt. tu t
siy how lieur lledrli k wita In my brollier. but
Iiretly eloH1: my hroiher luatlo no uflbil toshtait;
It tlrli k ahul and then alartetl for me; don't know
how the u It'll r started, nor do I know bow It ended;
1 hail no tlitlleiiliv with lltxlrlck. Al thla mlllt
in (he tesiliuoiiy the witness aJivd. "Vthald.sw
all IhU ineiiur la li n.is-.r "' He aald ha didn't .
want to be botlien-d Jnat al this time, but wna luld
the nature of tho ItivestliMtlon and prot-tsslctl:
"My brollier I' ll al II if lust aliol; IK-drli k aa not
dire lly in Inml nl my brother lather loblsal.lt-.
ihey went uot luce to luce; my brother uiude no
i-iltirt lu aiiool any out."
Still, KANT IIOItAX.
I aaw the dlfl'.cullr and f auw the ihoollng Ilaul
follovtetl; aaw two shop. srrd. beunl one I did out
a.-; loretiiHU wua ahot by lrfc;t. iltslnek; 1 wnauti
the iiraud ai.iud, Jii-i uliir lint hist rjec, when I
hennl a rueket-. rsn over to the gate wh re the light
was: aaw .vi'iltYll with bltsj.1 on hia fauo: when 1
got there they were .rprut"l and a until anasl la
ttft.vu tliaiii: I suld to one ul iliem, laylna mv ban 1
on hi arm. thai 1 illdu'l uaul nisi, any im.r.' in
Ing; Just tlit'0 htard a voice o't iiieouunie cry out
"I know you. vou a of a b llori.ii. ' and then
Torn I iinnrju c.inie around ami tlrear hia pittil: I
ht'itan In lau k and U.n orjn l.osl at me: liirnel
an.l HfUl out the Mate and aniiiii.l tiet li.'sel oiln-.;
aiioiht r al.ot ino l, I I. II l.nl it. I up uu.ilu,
atw ll Coreoraii eoi.iliis thMiuli ll.e g'tie uu a
il.l.il in bis band; (i ll tver came up ami ciiiiuiii
ilin: b it aure Ilml O ll.n-r hud blin. a he twuiiiii
hi. n I nm Isiiln.l: lle.lrl k eni.it) un and
hu and' O'llnter had luld ot Id: IK.In.k
hud bold of K.l'a h ind itlih the I'bb'l In II; loi.l
( -in-iiruu came o il uilh n pl-l il .inu .l al us:
llelrlt k let ao l.d h.iutl and rau J run ml and
abirltsl for 1 inn: i'.i, y n.'O-bo-lini iw-b oilier and
aisMii ail ia etsht le.-! alairt: hi'anl tin llr I ahot.
a .ipai lleilti k liied II, in ildu I m il Ini did; d d
Msutlii-r Iwoahola iire.1 bitn were luit-u.hsl lor
n 11 .. . II...I,. .t, a... I I....I I... ..
iiH'tiiie-l ready lo ahtsO. Tom ilitl t
Inl not shoot oul-l.
the nark. I ilnln t know bun: I
I laid blm on the
trsw alU-r be waa allot: his iiHtn.1
I..I had two em;
eliainla-ix these were Ui two aliola I
iliola liied br hiai
In. I.li. tin- tkirk.
a 1 4. u Haters irlimony curvooorawst inn u
joiim run km
wia aiding In the rear arntot Hie lat ear on His
Diiiiiiuv line wiien tlm snooting nsai p ats', lie
id: I aaw lliilrlek and CCIiavtr struggling
Willi a iiiau:
I) Haver brl'l lilin, llisirttk rau
aund lliem alter Tom. had gone a hole piece
awav and wiille he waa aiindliig on a allahl bank
nr llso ol gmuud. Ilt-drnk tired at til in lime
lliinai moving a lltlin bt iore ea. a n-pon; int y
acre not mort than I ior l.'i feet aairt; ( i.ronmn
was abtiiding still and faced lltslrn k; Consiran
hi'ld lila ban ts iliwu; ill In t ai-ea dbl In his
hand, be made no tletnoiiMratlon; I thought It
atraum' that lie did not tcitirn Ihe Ural lira: Hod.
rick Bini-il to lake d.-llla rale aim, as If t,bing
for a mark to hit. I ttldn I ate him la. I; 1 but a
g.HNl view, iiniib.tnieied.
Mr. Arthur M. rrlin tn, who ant wllh Mr. Vl-her
oi the sa.ne aval In the dummy car, carmUtrutcd
aaw a rreater part nf the shiattlng: he enuldn't see
II all for running, as Jut ataml that time be eoii
a ,t -1,-1 U Kit! the "i II ol dl-a-i.-llon. and b-lt for Hie
atli'lp-r of a dtnnmvear. Ilia tesllmnnv Waa that
loin ' on-ornll had bla ptatol poluUd at HodrH k
wheu llialrlek Urvtl.
illdn't seem to know mu-li. ei'i-j.t the fact trial
Ihi-rv w .ah'silin4 done, which he heard as he was
mug down tb Xvmphla Cuarlisloa lUllruwtl
JOIIM O LCAIIV
aaw Ihe whole affilr, Inshle Iho grounds and on
the nnl-lde, and he pmtcd a Valuable wilne-s tor
Iheas- who hold llial Hialrlek anot lonmran In aell
delenati. ARTHUa T A Y LOR
aaanul at the rsi-can l Itaik the ahonllng In. II!
l.-.lnnonv isirrstMn.itt with tb-il l Haver,
lioniii, O'b ar) and tnillhril. but Ihe siirprlar ne
wheu he aald he believed our ol Hie ahola Ami llllO
I'oesiraii waa from ihe pl.t., I tu the baud-id a
psriv lu Ihe rrowd, but who that party waa he
didu I know.
rot'i.ti T Aowrit.
After luaring all this testimony, wblcl
consumed nearly three hours, the Jury roj
tired. For two hours the seven atrngs-l
for a verdict, hut could not reach a tiiiuiii-.
moiis conclusion. About 10 o'clock tin a 1
jiiiirniii. iit was tuken. Five of the niemlwrs
were for pronouncing It a clcurcaseof official j
duty and aelf- iult-nse, the remaining two
luiiding for a contrary verdict.
A IH I KNSR Of TIIK (X)IU'ORAK.
The Hon. It. A.Oilluin stated loan Arrrvb
n'Hrler yestenl ay that Ihe clas-iug of the
two t on-orana as hiMidlum was tiiijustiila
hie. He hud. he said, know n both of them
for years, and wna tinuhlo to recall any act
or wonl of I he Irs thnt could give them aurli
Untile. They were a.ilM-r, aleady, rrllahle
III Im-n.ess and the other relations of llfo,
and of a quiet tl.Hs.iiinii that even reu
ilcred it ililllt ull to gi'l them Into panlona
hie tiirmoila luelilent to political campsl;ns.
Mr. Oillillil anya ho haa seldom met belter
youlig men, all things conaidered.
GONE THU T1MB.
Levi O. Pratt, Who figured Her
January, on Trial at Boston.
Levi fl. I'nitt wns arraigned for trial yes
terday In Ihe I'lilled tlatea IHalrict Court nl
lloslon, on charges of pissing cotiulerfi il (JO
ami tin I lilted Mates Holt s, lie has l en
einployeil as agent for the sale of a coiinier
f it note tletei tor. He wna tried and con
victed for a similar ol!iii-e In Iowa, und
scnli'i.c d lo live years iu prison. After
serving two yours of the term ho was par
tloiieil hy cx-l'n siiletit t'levclaiul In lheta
Pratt figured In theroiirta here in January
lust, haling len arrested at ilin Insianee st
a aiile-uiiiii for a rival counterfeit UOl
detector inaiiufai'liirllig colli ern. .
mnXXATI.O , ArrlllV-nivcrU feel T Inihf
and rising. Weallter cloudy.
I'AIIIU. Ill , April IV-llirer 1 feet 4 Inches a ad
rlaluj. Weather clear aud eiad. a
I VAXSVII.I.r. Itel , April IV-ftlvtrM t 1
lu lies and lalliiig. Weaiherclear.
ST. I.orm M,(.. April l -Hirer M feel and
rising Wi sll.rr clear ami tool. Ariiied: Ark..a
aaat lly. halelina 4
Vit'kslilllin, Mlas.. April l.V-liirer fall-.
Passed no: Hrnry Mars an t lsirs Meniph ,
I'.w.l a .an: I ll) el ki. Unla. New Or'.amaai ( "
of talru, haUba