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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: El I DAY, ' APRIL 20, 1880.
WAHHiNaroN, April , 18S9.
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warmer, variable winds.
V For Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana,
Kastrrn Toxn ma Arksusat: 1-slr, warmer,
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a a. in :.H
a p. in 70 at
Maximum temperature, '' minimum tempera
ture, 07". Hirer ate p. m., 17.4: change In twenty
fniir iioura, ai rise, ltaiiifull for past twenty-four
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oi' r new voiik ornrr.
Kitem office ol TIIK AI'I'KA ls No. 12 Tribune
building, New York. J. fc. Van Itarcn, Mivclnl
I'creipta yealcnlay nmiiui)t lo 120 halea,
ng;iiul IW halea same day ltt.nl your. Pnloa
were I.Sig) bales, nil lo spinners. JtcccipU to
Into are now GJf.i.oiH bales, and shipment
t.'.l.m.ll balca, willt stock on hnnd 27, KU bales.
The MempliU market continue quiet and
firm. mti at New York ore (Inn, with
future steady, lit nil advance of 4 to 7 (aiinls.
At New Orb-niis Hie kkI market In firm, niil
futiirea up 3 tci A nilnla. I.I vtr onl ia firm,
ilcnwincl active, and future steady and tin
chantrcd. FiifDAT, 1 t : I 1 APRIL. 20, 10UO
MfVM.VCfV AM) THE HUE DE.
PART Sit: ST.
The communication from a committee
of tlio Board of Underwriters, which wo
iiuhliali on tlio thiril page, it ono of tliu
tirxt iinpoitanco to tlio husinon public. It
1m a iluin statement of facta that must
bring a rcaponau of acquleceneo by
tlio Taxing District Commissioners to
tlio demand th ua made, or else
tlio merchant anil houso oimri
will be compelled to go down into
liu'ir pockets to pay additional insurance.
The argument, every fair-minded man
numt admit, teou the eido of tbe Insurance
CMiipnnioa, Ttiey bave (mid out In bruwa
mom limn dmiblo wbat tlu-y bave received
in iremiuin. Thin, It la lnin, k limini;
fuiuo that cnunot bo runtiiiueil if bank
riiftey i to l avolilod. Tlie extrn
ordinary low am largely tlio reattlt
of an inadt-qnnto flro depitrtmunt
Tlio men who nmn tlio cnHtiea
ond truck under cxtiuordinury circiun
atniiect and umergi'iirii- Imvo beun able
to do ull Hint men ran nnd lro do. More
cannot bo eiMcted of Ilium. Tbureforo
tbo prayer of tbn tiiaurniieo companies U
reuaonable, and abotiM bo promptly nu t
lndH it muitt Ik) uiet. If not by nn in-i-te:uy
of tlio forro and a In'ttennrnt of
llm cqulpu:ent, then by an lut-re:uw in
tl n current ralew of itiauranrc. lather
way, it will l a uu; but it ia
aid to prove lighter by an aecopluura of
tbo altvrnnliv pruHnition to atreiifUien
tbo Vinj lii'pnrtment In men and pa
rnliia. Il U to lm bop-d tbat tlio Taxing
I'mtriit CoiiimiMtioneni will bo ablu to reap-m
J favorably. If they do not, the
liercMary $ 'kI.OKI mi-lit rba In) rained
by a private euharriplion. Anyway, the
piiiion uiiiit bo met and eolvod quickly.
If ia Dot one that will wait.
Tin notes of rnthuni.iain that come up
to n a from (ho banks of tlio South aro al
most as emouiMKing aa their capital to llio
btiainem public. Ittlaineaa la "aitialao
toiy," tbey ay, "to tbo moot aangiiiiin."
And tbia while at tba North there la dull
" and depn-wion, not w ilhalnndiiig
money U literally a drug on Ilia market
Liid a -ti tg. Hut the Mwiphi
ol this Nx-lion am mendy (Ti tling lulu
bnaiiie. Tbey have Jilat, aa we might
ay, MWnkeiii-d fiom a long aleep and fully
uuderaUiinl their advantages in coal, Iron
midothi r tni'taU, inbiirk an. I mI U-r'm laya,
in an inl:ible rlimale, an imineiialy
nliiiiiv Mil and its great variety of
priKliieiiona from tropical fruiU and flow
cm to all lite cereal and Rhimo of
the riih.nt Hriion of tbo Ninth.
lb tsmth U tbo place whrro for-
iniiea nr to i ii,i,... u , to
young men of energy and ability tlio m.t
I,,, li'i.tn i ii... e. . ..
a - ' mo limn an. i promiMa
jnirkcr and larger resulia in profit in every
liranen of buaineaa. Hera in Mi-inpbia
IliU la particularly the rsao. Capital and
IndiHlryliiBnybraiuh .,( the wIioIomIo
Ira In will here mid ready lelurtii fiom a
w Ide aeoi of coiiniry, rich In toil and oc
cupied by a thrifty and indu-trioim impu
tation that U mpidly lucreiiking.
M;u Dciitsv, of llio block of five
proposition, hna put bis ik1 In it again,
and this lima by writing a letter In abii h
be arenai-a tbo IVeaidciil of ciwarilieo In
refilling to aee him, U-eauao of tho blocks
f tlo cipoaure, a pioco of raacullly by
wbiih Dudley carrie-l Indiana for tbo
Itepublicana, and so helped lo ulectllar
riaon and defeat Cleveland. Dudley
thus eoiifeama to tho raacalily for which
bo I outlawed In ludiiiua, and charge the
Prcsldont with being aabmuod of tbo rob
ber whilo profiting by. the stolen goods.
Nothing could mora pitiably explain tbo
careful exclusion of Dudley from partici
pation in the division of tlio spoils, and
from the Whito House ns well as the do-partuients.
TI1E LEV. IlEMtr TJlUnO BRAY
, A fow weeks itinco there was rovlowed in
this Journal a book by the Rev. llonry
Truro Bray, ontitlod "Kssnys on God nnd
Man; or a Philosophical Inquiry Into tho
Principles of Ueligion." In that review
it was slated that no inoro scholarly work
w ithin its scope nor any moro froo in In
quiry or conclusions had, on tho snmo
subject, apjmarod in many a day. "What
ever there is in ancient or modern author
I ties that touches on the know-ability of
God, rovclation, tho Christian Creed and
its cardinal doctrino of immorlulity, of tho
origin of evil, of sin, of tho dovil, ntono
liioiit and punishment is therein treated
of at length nnd with a woalth of author
ity, Christian and profane, that is really
extraordinary, tho proportions of tho vol
utin) coiiHiderod. It was explained in
that review, in an extract from tho pro
face of this book, that tho author was
profound in scholarship nnd huld a high
position in tho Kpiacopal Church as a
priest In orders, rector of Christ Church
parinh in lSuonoville, Mo., but that the
tenor of lils woik was to carry the reader
away from orthodoxy and to leave an Im
pression that ho did not buliovo that all
the saving graces of religion woro to be
found in the Christian Church orin any one
system of religion. The ground work of
the book nnd its coticliiHiont were, it wa
stated, far opart from tho dogmatic position
of tho church, not in a diapulatioui spirit,
but rather in the temjier of a careful stu
dent, logically laid dowu ami M-ipienlly
reached. It was easy to be seen that such
a ralionaliativ position wut wholly unten
able nnd Im-oiiaintoiit with a prufonaion of
faith such as Kpiscopul clergymen must
siibacrilie to at ordination and maintain
in tho pulpit if they dciro to con
tinue In tho ministry, and the con
clusion was IrrcHiatiblo that tho author
would bo compelled sooner or later to sub
mit to discipline or recant bis profession of
fuilli, givo up his sacred charge and leave
the ministry and tbo I'.pisenpal Church.
This lie hna done. As far back as Novem
ber, 1H7, I'.inhop Tuttle, of Miaaouil, as a
result of some, minora that bad coino to
him, bad a con vernation with Dr. Ilray aa
to the reconcilability of bis no-called llroad
Church views with tho crit d, and these
licing fairly and honestly anawerod, the
I'.inhop told some ul tho vestrymen of Dr.
Cray's pariah that be did not see anything
wrong with the rector, and tint so long aa
bo adhered to the prayer book of tbe
church there could be nothing done with
him by tbo church. Hut Dr. ttrny con
tinued lo grow away from tho creed, nnd
this couverMition WJ auliaeijueiitly fol
lowed In S-ptemlicr of last year by bis
rcaignution of tho n-clorato of Chriat
Church, Iloonevllle, and on the 1st inaUul
by a letter to the Ilishop, in which he
I do not. aa you know, belong to the extreme
lug of Ihe bowl thun h Iwriy. My Inlerpn-U-lin
nl rfl.lu ami ritual la conducted on ra
llitiirillNtir soiiitiita, that I may avoid bliuiibeiiittis
lllin wtiiiiu 1 he alHaya ondilHd. In oilier
WtmlR.lutiad til iibjin-lliia traiMtn In tbe b-aebliura
of elli-vi-d niveUllmi or of aotTplliis dif tuna, I In
al hiini tn ittiouil) al all lour on iiibjiviliie all
lea. Mini. lmli-ff ui Ibe decUlun of tile na n,
Mbi ilu r in h leaehiiiir lie that of ellee-d r-rrla
lion, Ha llo. hi ol ruiial prai Ilea, I do Ibla that I
tuny U- one Willi aflriH-e and una llh niitrlf. He
j ho rim not IhU la ma noe with lenre, nor U
lie any more one llh lilinwlf.
This divlaralion, ao Milntedly unortho
dox, was followed on the SiHh by his re
mutation of the creed and doctrine of
the Kpiacopul Church, for the following
I. I eaniiol t llee f an Imtant In a apnrUl era
mien f. ai"kliel.
i I dn Dill 'riil th t i n the fall ol man.
X I do not for an liKiani believe III Ilia diM-lrine
of Vli-arioiu alottiMnrtit.
4. I do n k l il. in eti rual puulthmeut, nor In
a Dint tial altur ib-aili.
n. I do uol lor a uioiim-iiI taller Iliat I'brlallaiia
li ort.lo.lt l.in ri'eUlliHi, nor that
lb-lr Ht-rlpiiin an r ei or eo nplrta.
b I ilo uol la-iiere In a liierol rwnnvrtlon of tb
7. I pfot.-rt aaliid Mi a V 1 1 1 belief lo lite delly of
( lit m a.ie- nilal arl of the faith.
a. I lirllete Ibal all nianklmt ar alike d r lo
Hod. alike wi t fur. alike protlih d aa 1th meaim
tH4.anr for their tmui. I tllea-e in at-oiillntioiit
and milter! r-talallon ,4 liod lo all mankind. I
tiaau a p-aaonatile. a tavll srniud,J lioi In thd
liuinortnliiy of lb ftoot. I belter thaltorevery
nhMia mininttunt tae mutt all ay Ihe tma Ity.
mul make our nan al.itieuieul, eillier In tlila
WiMld M llio orld Ibal U lor., me. btlli-l thai
IhepnaHitl aa tlltoevaia a loalier Melalloo of
ioil than liir pr-ilin aa Ibla la lite autia lanee
of mjr lallli And Una la rlearly hon, and llio
mol anh.uit'iai r-.iiia ilrvn lor It In my work
"iliat and Man " i.-,ttua of uiy luaiillily lo r
iv lo Irom a ii have In thai book Uliit. brrai
I have mil nrn the ahaibiw of a ilonla thai au-ille-l
ndliototy laeonUary In n-aaon. If hoi bla.
I'lll in nn l,n believe, allh all HIT anill.what
I bat ntllli n la-etua I la-llrvo I o II In Ihe ava
I lit In, to lu) Ml. i erosion-, lo inr !(, lo ni
Cod. I trait It. and lolh.M who a ioltln allh
ntMlt lo iIUjI the ilitrkne of atia'r.tlllon. and
lei III Hk'bl ol lofl. of ri-unn, In - I had laltna.lli-t
lo ai.e,' dial IraniiiM audit aaaion any niliilaii-rlat
dntii-a In the l.ac,Ml rhtirrh. 7 lien-lure, lu
aeMir.Um-e ailh iliip I, canon t, x lli.n I nl llara-
I ak b poallioii Innn lb lulnuiiyut lb llvlraunl
W lirir I hall ai-rae the ran aepl hnmanlly I kuoa
not, hut tli la I dmibl not, Hial ft who hninahl me
ti.u, l- ing-. an.) halh pn-rtl m bllhcrus will
proti.l,, a a ay.
Thia ha la-en followed by Dr. Dray's
dejwitiilun or diamiaa.il from "tha ministry
of the Church of Chriat," and be U now
free lo be a broad n lie plcaace. Diahop
Tuttle, it should be said, conimeuils Dr,
Dray's course in the matter as having bocu
thoroughly mnnly throughout, and bo
added that no reproach whatever attached
to the Din tor's reputation or personal con
duct. I rmn the Christian standpoint his
simply a cuo of "a good man gone
rung." a ud yet, w hen bis course of con
duct and hi utterances are contrasted w ith
those of the lain lh,.uu Stanley, and olbara
l tho llroad Church of England who are)
still In orders and "high In tho faith," Dr,
Duy may h oa.jiul.ly tlaim to U lo ful
lowshlp with some of the saints. lie is
ono, al least, with Max Muller, who
preached In Westminster, by special Invi
tation of Dean Stanley, and on All Saints
Day, too, as well as with himself.
STILL riOXORINO TI1E UERO.
llio people of Philadelphia are still
doing honor to Capt. Murrcll, com
mander of the steamship Missouri. Yes
terday they raised a subscription of over
$T,000 for him, his ollieers and Ills crew,
but ho nnd his office turnod ovor their
eliures to the poor pawwnerg of tho Dan
mark whom thoy bud rescued from a
watery grnvo, thus testifying to the true
nobility of his and their character. And
by tho way, il is worthy of special note
that Capt. Murrcll novor separates him
self from his ollieers or crow, but
tukes special pains to muke the
public understand that it was only by
their heroism, their poraiHtuncy, their
hard work, under exceptionally extra
ordinary circumstances, extending over
moro than twelve hours, that the 700 men,
women nnd children wore saved from
death. Iiut, of course, tho public, while
ylolding to this view, underslund that his
was tho responsibility for tho noble and
unpocodented undertaking. Ho ordered
tlio valu.iblo cargo of tho Missouri to bo
thrown into tho ocean in order to prepare
Iter for her living freight, and his was tho
fortitudo that inspired the ollieers and
crew nnd filled tho unfortunate
Immigrants with bono. His was the liv
ing example of an activo Christianity that
out in tho wild, tempestuous sea com
manded that tho ierturbed, anxious souls
should be stilled to pence, lie took tho
responsibility, willing to fare his employ
ers and bear any burden they might put
upon him of reproof. Hut as ho en
thused bin ofilcers nn 1 men, and en
couraged tho great company of anxious
souls beselged by tho angry ocean, so he
has infused the owners of tho Missouri
with his own generous spirit, nnd cnthuned
the great public of tho L'uitod Stutus who
honor tbo modest manhood which
shrinks from the couspicuiiy incurroJ by
a deed of imperishable heroism. Capt.
Mmrell is eminently worthy of tho honors
already showered upon him, and of those
yet to come, cnjicciully of I bono that are to
be done him tonight at Hulliinore, when
the King of iK'iitnark, through his Minis-Icr-i.caidi-iit
at Washington, will confer
UKn him, ata public buiuiuct, tho highest
honor within his gift This will bo fol
lowed by similar and as high honors by
the King of Sweden, and no doubt his
own sovereign, (jiieen Victoria, will confer
the Victoria Cruaa, and tho Itoyal Humane
Society confer its moduli upon him for
saving ao many lives.
Wiikn steamers made the trip across tho
Atlantic cither way In fourteen days it was
considered little less Iban a miracle, seeing
that tho f aatest clipH-r ships seldom did it
in lernt than twenty-one day, lint now it
is conaidered a Kxir steamer that docs not
inako lior wsy from Uverpn-d to Now
York, in spile of wind and wave, in
seven days, an 1 there are prophets
who any that tho period is not far distant
when the timo between tho two ports will
be cut down to four days. Yesterday the
Inmsn IJuo steamer City of New York
reachnd New York from IJverpool In six
days, fourteen hours.
Tna attention of our readers generally,
city readers csccially, is called to a letter
from Col. Waring, which was written in
reply lo tho stricture, of The t.mjiturring
AVn on tho condition of tho Memphis
sewer system, based on Mr. Hartford's re
port to Cot. Meriwether. We print it a
supplementary to Col. Waring's letter to
Tin Area al which appeared In our laaue
of the i.'-M instant, It Is good reading.
Ot a readers will find In "IJection
rictures," piiuted on another page, some
thing that will con vlnco them that Mr.
Cleveland was defrauded of the vote of
New York, and it will show them in what
way ami by whst means, ruirvly, there U
mom for electoral reform In New Yoik if
any w hero.
TUB CAUttB ON Till MAUClt
Th Confwderat ftoldlera' Horn at Aua-
tln. Tex., Ulven Further Impntue,
Tho following letter was nielved yeater-
day, having been written from the rooms
of the New York Citiavne' Committee to
AU tjio National Coufetlerato ISoldiers'
Home at Austin, Tex.:
hrw Vol. April 22. Ira.
Henry Holler. Sc-Miy Meu.phla t'ollon tx
ebaiiai. sleitiphla, Tenn.:
Ih-ar Mr Your of the Hth Instant,
with check for IS ii'ito order tliaiimvy
M. IVMtw, trcaiurer, from Memphis Cot
ton Kxchange, lu hand, and for which ac
cept tho thank of our committee. The
bale of cotton has arrived, and will be sold
under your direction. The Interest of
our old ad verasrics, but now friends and
fellow COlllltiymen, iocreaaes notwlth
'sliding the adverse) criticiams of Some
of our Southern Journals and friends.
Very gratefully and retvctfiilly,
' td.ivsa lhwNixu, rVcrelary.
A t.yatetalMg Patrlir rrhs
I.iscoi.ji, Neb., April 25. On Monday
night nlamt 1 o'cIim k an old colored man
nnmetl Dob Woods was found dea l In hi
.cd with bis hea laud uetk filled with
slugs and the window near llio bed broken.
Suapieion i-olulod to a colored man osmed
John Taylor a tho murderer and Wiaxls'a
wife and another negro named Charln
Curtis aa aeccaaorica. Tininlay morning
sll threo usected parlies wero arrested
and lo.lgtU in the County Jail. Kxcitt
liient Itaa run high among tho colored
people, among whom Woods was a great
favorite, and yeatrrday it was whisper!
thst a lynching was contemplated. Mioriir
Mellck : applied to tiov. Thsver for
saialane, and a portion of Ccmpany
D, N. N. O., were detailed fr duty. The
(all wan guarded sll night but uo attack
w",m"',10 by the nogroee, who were as
sembled in the botioma 4ni strong until 0
o clock this morning. Tlirra are auapic
jua l.ttlo gailiering among the colored
people today lu alleys and along the out
skirts oi me cuy, ana it is expeciau au m
fort will be made tonight to secure the
prisoner ana Jiang mm.
An Ex-Memphlan Anxious to Do Bom e-
th!nr to Establish One,
The following letter was yesterday re
ceived by President Haddon, and w ill be
read with pleaaure as an indication that
tho question of a library for Memphis is a
living subject w ith thnso who are ol us
nnd yet not w ith us. Who will help Mr.
Krotuor in Lis-plan?
April 22, lk.
Mr Tiear rrealdent I have promlaed to goto
Memphis la June to stay Mine little time. My
pruteuce there will afford the opportunity of trying;
an experiment which, if iieeeuful, will Iw the
flint ttcp toward tlio ruallritluu of a long rhcrlilied
The droeraU tlio biill'llnit up In Mempbls of a
fieo library with aoveral free eirriibitluR branch li
braries, the whole to lie supplementary to your
prenent, and, let ut bupo, to your Improved educa
Thlaaoiinda vlilouanr and. In view of theexpe
rlcueenf the town, alnuwt ImpoaalMc. Hut laiiid
a dream. It la ihoaprvidliiK onk to itrow (ier
hapa) from my little experimental acorn. Th
acorn U to be the actual calalilUhmcnt of a fnre
circulating library, whleli I mean lo have aland on
lu merits, lint If It ahall prove to lie aa sueeewful
aa It outfit, and If nieani lor the hope I for exten
sions can le found, tho dream may be rcullrx-d.
TIuiiikIi this exiierlmeulal library Is only "In
poasu" I am so almtiKly convinced of lis henellcenee
that I am determluud It ahall be, thoiiitn never ao
amall. If with but ten volume, It shall beatarted
Hut It oiuthl in beiiln with at leaat I, aw to I.Auo
volume well selected. Tula will reiiira about
tl.ViO. I proa to ralie by aulmrrlptlon here
about one till id of that sum, and to And Die
balance In Meuipbla. I propose to Nnd the place
for the books, see lo the arraiiKcmenti, rataloxulug
and distribution, for say cue year. Tbe library
should be run on llio plan of the free clreulallng
libraries here, from wbl' hanr one over twulvo
years mav draw bonks ou I he rvconiiuuuuailnu of a
And uow tho illle to those books, when ready,
should be vetted In some aell known cltlnms aa
trustee, and the ptiri.o-e of this eominunliallon
la iimliily to ak you if you anprove of tbo ohlect
nientloiicd, and do not rondeiuu the meihil de
scribed, win ther you would be witling lo appoint
two clllirua to act with you aa a boat d of iruateea
of the pniHiet library. If tne esierlmenl should
aiienvd and a lame library should bo follinUiL II
mlsht I advisable to have a self retiiallugcor
Miration w ith a larger number of trualeea.
1 have slated the plan somewhat baldly and
crudely, but tmat you will feel sutllciently Inter
rated toerltlclMi If von cannot approve It.
AtMloiialy awallln- your reply, I am, with
great rea-tl, vory tmly yours,
E. n. Ksisr.H,
lion. I). P. lladdcn, Memphla, Tenn.
SECOND DAT AT LBXINOTOM.
Starters, Betting and Winners Weather
Cool and Track Hoavy.
l.rxiMiTos, ky., April Jlils was
the second day of the Kentucky Associa
tion spring meeting. The weather was
cool, track heavy and attendance good.
Judges U. F. l'ellil, Louis Dcscoguuts,
J. F. ltubiUHOll.
. rnwT n a i a.
I'll rao, for two venr olds; tlvo-cigliths mile,
Slarters-Juliit W, 104, Warwick; Toddy
Venture, lOtl, Allen; laibrador, 10.1, Stoval;
UterOu, 04, Harris.
In tho books the odd were 4 to 1 on
I nbrador, 3 to 2 on Julia . W, H to 6 on
Ieddv vent uro, 0 to 1 on ijiterOn.
Ijtbntdorled all the route with Toddy
Veuture close sftcr him. Tho former won
by a length, Venture second, loiter On,
two longtlis oil, uurd. Iiiuo, l:0i.
. SKI ONO ACS.
I'urac, for threev-yeMr-olds, thne.quarUrs
ol a mile. Martcr ; llravo. 111, rreeiinn:
Aims A, KW, Keys; Nillio O. (W, War
wick; llrewalor, ItU, Jintton; .May O, U7,
nn Id H 1 1 ii llawicv. 1U. Moval.
lu tho Ixaika the olda were 8 lo 5 Bravo,
2 '.o i Nillie O, 4 to 1 May O, 2 to 1 Hrvw
ster. i to 1 Amos A.
May O led from the start to tho middle
of the strulch, when llravo tamo on and
won by a length, May O second, three
lengths in front of huiliu O, third. The
laller was given scond place becauso May
0 fouled her. Time, 1:171.
Tinau B.tt a.
Freo handicap purac, seven-eighths of a
mile, hlarlera: Muart 111, Warwick;
Famine, lift, Itrocxenridgo; l'rather, uj,
FriTmnn; Irish Dsn, ltX, Alien: Caulpa,
In the books the odds were 0 to 1 Catul
pa, 40 to 1 I nali Dim, 1 to 2 Famine, 4 to
1 l'rather, 1 lo 1 Muart
Ihiiicuioul the runiiing and led until
turning into the stretch, where he was
caught and passed by Catalpa, who 'Won
by two leiigtha, lriali Dan aecoud by hall
a length, Famine third. Time 1.3 J.
Purse; for threo year olds and upwsr.la;
even-eighths of a mile. Marine Vrobue,
I'-M, L. Jone; l.ynne, ltr., Allen: Fell llell,
UM, Warwick; Maid of Orleans, 107,
West; Castawav, 1(17, Fre klnrelge; pnt
Ihuiovsii, 112, liivera; Out Kramlile, 11-',
Henderson; Liederkranlx, 1 1 II. HovnL lu
llio books the odds were: .1 to I, Castaway,
H lo I, Ihniovsn; 2 to I, Fell Moll; 4 lo I,
l.ynne; 10 to 1 lo 2d on the others.
Caxiaway was in front when the flag
foil, and waa never headed, wiuning with
out trouble by three lengths, pat iKmovan
aei'und, two hinctlis iu front of Maid ol
Orleaiu third, i iine -l :i.'l.
I0LLOW1XO ASK TIIK K.NTRIK,
weights and ptailiiig on lomorrow'a races:
I'ral llaes- t'lveelelnhs ,4 a mil. Palaaalde
pa. (KOilils 110; tali'il Hi I, I.; Ilappln a Ho, II.
bin Mii'le lit. an. Valnlletorv Pa.. Av I il luo,
kalltala lot. Adele M Int. In tli. n. I I If f,
hnitinl Haav I hi ipiartpra ol a uill. Mvoma
ll'i, I. kit .IU, koltu lie, tuaaki lev, Adjiiunt lak.
Ihirtl luare-On tnlli t.llin-lto 11, H: The
I. Ioih-m IM. MelKiWeil kuee n ol IrouilM Vu.
II. Iln-lo II.
loiulh Mai-e-wten e Mha of a mil, fli-.b r.
kranis IIV tlwney luilie. Jo) ful vi, 1, hi an
doivlte X tVk
It see wl Sas I raaelaew,
Sam FaAXiisao, Cal., April 2.1. The
blood horse races at llay District track
thia aflermwn, reaultcd aa follow a;
First Hce felling, punw ( fal, three
fourths of a in ilo. Welcome won, Kil
dare second, t Wanderer thiril, Timo
1:1 II. ' t
N-cond Itnre fki-So atakoa.tbree-fourlbs
of a mile. Make lo bn named alter win
ner tf J: 14 J w-as beati-n. I.'ncine won,
liuidoaecoiid, Pliny third. Tiinit-1: 1 1).
Third Kaew Piirae Jjltk) milu best.
Kiral best Wild Uila Won. Moart aeeniid,
Nerva third. Tiwic. I 4JJ. Ni-ond heat.
Wild Oata ' MoiArl second, Ilrad v
third. Time- MX
Fourth l!dn-aipie slakes, iiiltn snd
lhrve-elghtha.4 PUaMlnde won, Fd.MiHlin
uis second, Joe Uogit third. Time 2.21 j.
The ( Heeling.
I!rioi, April 2X -This was the first
day of the Kandowu Park second spring
meeting. The race for the Prince of
Waloo handicap of l.IkH) sovereign, tho
second home to receive 50 vert'ivn out
of the ilakca, wlnnitig iteiiiiliies, live fur
long, waa won by Mr. J. A. Craven's
5-year-old Iwy colt Porlot k, by Wcnloik,
out of Sea Coal.
Te at a Is ato.noe,
Mcl PUiattrb IA Hi A..
Ksoxvui.a, Tenn., April 2.V-Th tm.
tee Of UlO I'ttlvctaily f Tenneaaee do
elded this afiernoou lotnortgigclho build
ing snd Ul m bcli'iit'iiitf to that liiatinuion,
lor tho purpoae of raising J.lil.nsi, which is
to be rxcuded in making iuij rovcuieiils.
WHAT THEY 8AID.
down In Mississippi, near Nesbitt, and
found the usual number of gnata bmaing
nruunu. aiiluons7 We i. I didn't ston
COUnt all ftf tliom nn,l T nuu,,1nn it
would pay better to measure them any
w"y- There are none in Tennessee, and
will be none Ibla voar w i,,l nn
overflow, and that utoans no gnats ia this
Labor Agent W. 10. StevonBon There Is
greater demand for farm laborers this year
than ever before, Tbey are wanted in all
directions aud cannot be found. I have
letters from Bowdre, Miss., ollering $20
per month and board for farm hands, and
cannot find thorn at that, and I am of tho
opinion that before crops are laid by the
farmers will be offering $25. Can they
pay it and make money? I don't know;
tuoy must look out lor that tnemaelvos.
Cotton Merchant Ilnndlinir cotton is
not what it used to be. Time was whon
wo thought $J to $." a bale none too much,
but just now all that is changed. In the
hnlcyon days, extravagnnt mothods woro
adopted and aro still adhered to, but usu
ally at a loss. Cotton must bo handled on
a narrow margin nowadays; cotton men
rutiHi toi uown inuir expenses tiv uoiuir
their own work as much as posaille and
by saving iu various ways. Sotne years
ago these small leaks did not count; now
llinv Uo, llio o il methods must be
abandoned, and newer and more econom
ical ones introduced.
A. A. Gllsson, Assistant Ticket Agnnt
We iiho about ten OHtage stamps a day
now, where we used ono before, in nn
swering inquiries about Oklahoma. Peo
ple still aeetu anxious to learn all about
tho country, and kocp writing to us.
1'xportor It's a shnfto that the naviga
tion laws of this country can't be modilled
so tl nit American shipping could be cur
ried on under tho American Hag. You
can go to New Orleans and see the wharves
lined with Hpiu.lnh vessels built in En
gland and purchased for very little more
than cost, wiuie Americans cannot go
into tho murkout of tho world to purchaso
Kiigiuocr Tho scheme of DeLeHscps to
build a ship channel across tho I.-itlimus of
Panama is a failure. Ho is not the man a
great many peoplu tuku him to bo. Of
course he took a prominent part in the
hues Canal project but it never paid a
cent, until Migiaml gol liolilol II. loliuan
la'pec? I don't know. America is the
strongest and tho weakest nation on earth,
We ciiu do anything and we can do noth
ing. Justice Sunderlin I think when law
yers can find no better employment than
mining around among ignorant people and
stirring up alripo and breeding lawsuits
thoy bad heller go) back lo llio collou
patch and make an honest living.
Justice Garvin -The new satni law of
Arkanaas is a good ono. It is in the inter
eat of truth. Heretofore when I went
U-diiug I ha 1 to promise. Capt O' Haver,
will Pryde, Charley Armatrong and other
that 1 would bring them each a string of
ll.ih. In this way 1 have covered my nn
mortal soul with a slate-roofing of pruvari
cations. Now, 1 can tell them that the
law prohibits me, and thai 1, as a func
tionary ol the law, cannot set the cxane
plo of violutiug it The law is a good one.
Arthur Taylor I'm ruined! Pin all
broke up. Ik-en to tho races tod.iv and
hwlMO .'iO. That knocks me out There
was lel.oU of it cold cash.
John Mason It is this wsv: We nut in
tl apiece all around, then write the name
of the horses on slips of paier. ThewHlis
aro Iosmou arottml in a liat anil drawn out,
tho ono getting the winner takes the
money. 1 hernia no commission to lose.
Th Hon. F.d 8. Carl Lee. Ausuala. Ark
Didn't you ever hear of the lint Cave at
Ilateavillu, Ark.T No! Why, luat ia tho
grvaicnl curiimily y(.t The'ie is a cava
there that runs in the mountain and into
the bowels of tho earth, no one knows how
far. The vrillce ia small and lined
wilh tho hardest of grauito. No
ono has ever penui rated the cave yet
Parties have gone in to where the dome
rise high and where nature mocks art iu
the matter of gorgeous pendant, lofty
pillars, long avenues, corridors, court and
all manner of thine, in solid slouo. There
are limpid slrvatiit, sparkling lountnins,
kIossv lake aud iruricling rivuluU. There
are depressiona, loo, the profundity of
wliicli no man Knows. 1 nrlies have tried
to measure the distance by dropping a
rock into tho chasm and awaiting to hear
it strike the bottom, but their rations al
wavs gave out while waiting, snd they hsd
lo return. Why Is It called tho bat cave?
Oh. there are milion and millions
of baut in llicro every day. They start
In J uxt la-lore dnv and come out Just
attcr uaix. .na you ought to i
theiu go In and coma out They enter
with such force that they ahnont block
Ihe uimiih of the cave and the displaced
air can umi no exit, it roars out at tun,-.
carrying with it duat and debris and milk
ing a noiao like a cyclone. When the
bals siart out in tho morning tho case is
rvvunaed. i hey rush out lu sucli ouin
bers that the air cannot get into the
vacuum. The ingmaa of air iiicreuaa-a in
force until the bale coming out are unable
to make headway against it and ihev fail
lo the earth rxhaiiaed, w here Ihe lie until
tho vartiutu tills, when thoy again proceed.
To saw tho endless swarm one
would Imagine that every hat between
the Andes and Apcnini lived there.
The owner of the cave has a fortune. You
se the bats bavo livod there for age and
roil, and the accitintilnlcd birdlime is
aullii ienl to fertilise every farm from Maine
to Cahlorui. Parlies are rngagnd ship-
iting tin atulfst present and U is valua
ble.. What will tbey do wilh Ihe bats?
I don't know. They may uao them to
msko ilii ln shoes or furnish the animals
alive for tho stores of the uierchania who
do not advertise.
Coiiatable Hob I-re Ono time in the
old couuirv I went tial.iug and caught a
lino one. It is sgsint llio law there, Cut I
wanted llmt lUh. 1 lied a string through
it gills, and biking nir my coal, strapped
it on niv tiack. 1 put on inv coat to cover
it, and stsrlcd home. I had not gone far
w nen I waa arretted. Tim fish was so big
thst nix inches of Ihe lad hung below the
bottom of tny'i-ost.snd thnollnvr saw it. It
coat my father XH to get uie out. Another
lime" but everybody ran away.
IVptity Criminal Court Clerk James F.
Hunu-r When a man charged with mur
der and found insane in a ciiiiilniil court
he la sent lo an insane asylum, and Ihe
record goo up ahnwing the fact He can
not be liberated though he should )e eu
tindy reatored lo n-saam. If lhl pahonl
ni-overs ho is -nt b k for trial. 1 hero
aro uiighty few ever coino back,
lliero are mighty few who live
long. There are few who live ten years.
Crany men am usually phyalcally aa well
a mentally ill .wed and they soon reach
their end. I think Ihe asylum I tbe place
for a crexy man, and In Ibis cstctiory I In
clude a gaal many who aro going around
in this city and supposed lo be sane. No
one is craxy until aomo one la killed or
Th WsMtilssalasss lstlsl.
Naw Yosk, April 2o.-Major (leneral
Is hollold s chief of aAatr, I It t ruger,
announces the following as the reprcsouU
Uvcaof their flialci on tho grand tua
shal'a staff: Col. BonJ. Whiteley,
Delaware; Gen. Frank Keeder, 1'enn-
svlvania; Col. 8. Meredith Dickinson,
New Jersey; Col. o. Urantland, ueorgia;
Capt Phineas B. Ingnlla, Connecticut;
Col. E. K. Currier, Massachusetts; Col.
Leroy Springs, South Carolina; Col. B. II.
Seaman, New Hampshire; Maj. Norman
Kundolph, Virginia; uon. u. v. vvyuo,
New York; Capt Bonohan Cameron,
North Carolina; Gon. K II. Itbodes,
Khodo Island: Gen. Fdward II. Kinley,
Vermont; Col. Morris B, Belknap, Ken
tucky; Col. II. 0. Corbiu, Ohio; Gen. I
' aaarn W f a Iff
Henry ai. rpraguo, aiuino; uoi. . i.
i Mi;.,.i1 rn Aii.orf w r.n.
JOlltB, ,UI IUO, VUH v ... "
chriat, Floridn; Col. W. 8. 8tono, Kansas;
Maj. J. C. Aldorson, West Virginia.
TROUBLE IN CAMP.
Tbe Diplomatist. Will Not Attend the
Inaugural Celebration Tbe Why.
Nbw Yoiik, April 25. A man who Is
abundantly qualified by his connections
with the Centennial Celebration Com
mittee to spoiik advisedly told a Tribune
reporter yesterday that tho trouble with
the diplomatic corps ovor invitations
to the ball, instead of having
been ' settled satisfactorily, as was
stated in a recent document issued
for publication by the Entertuinaioiit Com
mittee had become, so serious that tho
principal mo in hers of tho corps had finally
and positively rofused to come. "Not a
member of the diplomatic corps," said he,
"will be in tttoiidance at the uall with tho
possible exception of the Brazilian Minis
ter, Duron do Itnjuba, or in his
abtionce tionor Joso Augosto Ferreira
Da Costa, Secretary of the Lega
tion." Tho trouble with the diplo
mats originated in tho omission by the
F.ntcrtaiiunont Committee to inclose to the
foreign ministers invitations to the balls
for the ladies of their families aa well as
for themselves. Tho ministers manifested
tholrdispluasuro at this slight by declining
their invitations to both the bull aud ban
quet When tho notices of declination wero
received by tho KnterUiiniucnt Committoo,
Mr. Stttyvcsnnt Fish, Its chair
man, hurried over ' to Washington
to adjust tho difficulty. When he re
turned he reported that his mission had
boen successful, that the diplomatic corps
would como, and tho committee at once
iwiued for publication a report to that
allcct. This report also staled that ono
large box had beun reserved for tho use of
tliu diplomatic corps at the ball.
"The fact of the matter is," continued
the Iribune reporter's informant "thai
tho entertainment committee has mude
an extremely awkward blunder in its inter
course with tho diplomatic corps. For
eign Ministers have always been treated
with great consideration in affairs like this
iu this country, and they have a right
to cxK'ct it Indeed, it is ao in
all countries. They are the repre
sentatives of their 'roajiective Govern
ments, and the honor and dignity of
their rulers are for the timo being vested
in theiu. To slight their families was to
offend them deeply. Mr. Fish blundered
attain when Ho went to Washington to re
pair tho trouble. Doubtless ho intended
lo do tho right thing when bn urged tho
ministers to throw off their otliciul charac
ters nnd coino to tho ball as individ
uals aud have a real good time;
but it mutt hnvo sounded ' queerly
to say tho least, to tlie dignilied represen
tative of iOuropvnn Courts. Of course a
foreign Miuister cannot throw oil' his offi
cial character at will, and it is a part of the
mun from tho moment he enters the
country until ho leaves it Then the dip
lomats became angry again when they
found that only only one box had been
reserved for themselves and their families,
alter they had consented to come to
tho ball upon invitations being extended
to their ladies. They might have over
looked even this, but tbey learned that
they wero to have oliacure positions at tlio
baiiiue, and they finally decided not to
alteud either the ball or bampiet This
action wns not taken because they
were slighted as individuals, but be
cause) proper respect waa not uid
to their olhcial station. They were
crowded away from their proer places
near the President in onler that the com
mitteemen themselves might have the
rxmitions of hoi. or. I know that the
diplomats forwarded to their Govern
ment a stnteineut of the exact condition
of affair, and all, excepting the Brazilian
Miniator, had tho option of ditlining to
lake part in tho celebration. I know
positively that they are not coming, and if
lie attends tbn llraiilian Minister will oc
cupy the diplomatic box alone."
Jatbei W. tiarraalb
Melal Pl.palrh In The Apatat
PfcXATonu, Mia., April 2.". Mr. John
W. Garrott ono of our leading merchant
and beloved citizens, died thia morning, of
lung trouble, on the train on route from
Jacksonville. Fla., to New Orleans. This
is a severe blow to his family and friends.
The syinputhy ol our euliru town ia with
them in tins, their hour of d irkost trial.
Mr. Garrotl'a remains are expected to
reach here on Saturday evening, when bo
w ill be buried by the KuigbUof Honor,
of which order be waa an huuorvd mem
ber. lr. T. H. tlsirltasiajsi.
Spef isl M'pateh la Tbe ApeL
Hot Si-mams, Ark., April 25. Dr. T.
It, Buchanan, one of tho most prominent
physician of this cily, died this afternoon
al 4 o'clock. He left his office in January
Slid ha been aick since then. Ieceaaed
has licvn beiro for fifiren year. Ho built
up a lucrative practice, and has a reputa
tion second to that of no other doctor
Albert M. rr .
Nkw York, April 25. Allrcrt M. Frey,
who has held tho pool championship for
tho past three) years, died at his residence,
No. 30 Driving Place, at 7 o'clock a.m.
today. Ho a taken ill on t-'aturday last
Wahi(otox, April 25.- Fx-Congreas-man
It. J. F.llia, of Iuiisnn, died sud
denly in this cily today.
A DESPONDENT MAN
Leave Hia fount: wifo and Ha Not
lleen Heard From.
Srlal Mpalrh to The Appeal.
CiiATTAKooriA, Tenn., April 25. A ain
gulnr disappearance Is rcior1eil from Day
ton. Kiiuo months sgo J. J. Parker went
lo that cily lo live, snd bought considera
ble properly, built three or four collage
and erected a handsome store building in
which he opened business. Shortly after
ward he married sn attractive young lady
living near the cily, sod for awhile be
eociiH-d perfectly happy. Alxuitsix weeks
sgo Dayton was viaiied by a disastrous
Hood, sod several of Parker's bouars wero
waahed away. II became deaMindeit
and sent his wifo to visit her parents, say
iug he would stir sround a lit t lo aud, get
over hi trouble. He tin not Ixn-n seen or
hesnl of since. His property is worth sev
ers! thousand dollars.
A as Maalieal 4alle(.
Sprelal !licb to 1 lis Appeal.
Knuxvii.i.k, Tenn., April 25. A medi
cal college will be established In this city
by local physician and capitalists. A
temiKirary building tins been secured until
splvudid Uvw building can be erected.
STATS LINB TROUBLES.
An Agreement Effected Between Tenn- 1
esse and Virginia,
Nasitvillb, Tenn., April 23. A special
to the Banner from Bristol says; An
agreement bos been efibctod that will pre
vent any collision botwoen Tennessee
and Virginia ollieers ou account of the un
determined location of the State lino. On
Tuesday tho Virginia officers began sum
moning a posse, every man being under a
forfeit of $20 to appear at the Goodsou
town ball at 7 o'clock Wednosday morn
ing. It was understood that they were)
going to finish the laying of the wator
pipe on Main street by fore
of arms. Sheriff Cartwright insisted that
if it were necessary he would die holding
the first man who stuck a pick in that
ditch, but as ho was not crying for a fuss
all by himself, ho sont runners to this
country to tell the boys of the fun that
was brewing so they could be on band
Wednesday morning. In the afternoon
citizens held a meeting, fully discussed
the situation, and appointed a committee
to advise wilh counsel and, if possible,
make concessions in tho interest of peace.
Subsequent to the meeting of this com
mittee Col. W. D. Hay nog, who Is
counsel for the State of Tenuo&seo, agreed
that in order to remove obstructions nnd
prevent sorious trouble the pipo might bo
fitted up between Front and James streets'
it being understood that Sheriff Cartwright
should arrest every ono for whom he had
a process. It was further understood that
the Goodson Councilmen and a represent
ative of the Glamorgan Company wero to
muke it convenient to be arrested, if the
attachments for contempt issued by Judgo
John P. Smith for luborers for whom the
Sheriff has writ would be arrested hi the
ditches or elsewhere on Main street
Yesterday morning countrymen armed
with shotguns and pistols gathered from
evorv direction, and when ouo of tho lead
ing lawyers for Virginia advised that men
lie nut to wotk and Mien a cartwright
shot down if he touched one of them, it
looked as if bloodshed wore unavoidable,
but tho Aldermitnic Board repudiated his
advico and two of them came over and
were arrested. The Mayor and three Al
dermen have bonn arrested now, so whilo
new workinon are finishing and shaping
up the construction of tho Main street
piping, the injunction casei and processes
lor contempt will remain in statu quo to
be foueht iu the courts by all concerned
tor all they are worth.
State Convention of Southern Bivouacs
KjkvIsI I)lMlch hi The Apeiil.
Nasiivillk, Tenn., April 25. Tho Stato
Convention of Southern Bivouacs met to
day and elected the following trustees of
the Confederate Homo:
ICast Tcntu S-H.-0 John F. Shipp aud
Middlo Tonuoiseo 1-1 Shcphard, Gcorgo
L. Cowan, It II. Dudley, M. & Cockriul
aud W. J. McMurray.
West Tennessee a. M. Taylor, of Juck
son, nnd It A. Allison, of Jackson.
A resolution was passed thanking Sena
tor Crows and Jlepresentntivo Morris for
their aid in securing the passngu of the
bill. The following wen elected dolis
gates to attend the meeting of Confederate)
veteruns at Nuw Orleans: Polk Johnson,
of Clurksville; J. A. Trousdale, W. J.
Marr. (I. 11. llaakett, Thos. It Perkins,
W. B. McCrorv, J. B. Palmer, Copt
Henry Martin, . M. Crows, Zm-h Thomp
son, O. II. Piper and J. II. Moore.
Dr. Mc.Murrav announced that the com
mittee having the Conlcdcritte monument
in hand had decidod lo unveil the satno
on the l.'ith day of May next when every
old Confederate soldier in the Stuto would
bo rxjiected toailctid. hpeciul invitations
will Im aont lo none but non-riaudanta rJ
the State. All are cordially inv lied. . fc-j? X
8UICIDK IN SWELL UTILE.
A Young Man Drowns Himself In Cen
tral Park Beservolr.
New Yoiik, April 25. Oliver Terry
I.cwis, aged tweuty-ono years, drowned
himself today in Central Park Keservoir,
dressed in a claw-hammer coat white tie
and tho other habiliments of full dress.
Before drowning himself he had fixed the
day and hour of bis funeral nnd himself
sent out notice to friends waking them to
attend. The nolo wore on heavy
block bordered psHir in enveloes to
match. Lewis ws a clerk in the employ
of Johnson A Faulk ber, upholsterers, of
this city. Last evening, after being home
all day,' he put on full dress suit and
told his mother and sisters he was going lo
a party. Instead he went to the Murray
Hill Hotel and wrote a lot of letters. Ha
went to bed at the bold, arose early and
went to tho park nnd drowned himself.
It ia airppoaed that he "Could not support
his mother as he w ished on his salary, and
therefore drowned himself.
Mrs. t.iMtasai llartt'e laeaih.
CniCAon, April 25. Tho inquust on the
laxly of Mrs. F.mma II irtt, one of tho vic
tims of the Sanlu Fe diaaxter at Lorenzo,
111., April 10, waa concluded today. Tho
Jury found that she died from burns and
scalds as tbo rcaull of carelesancsa and in
competency on tlio part of the trainmen
iu charge of the extra freight that ran into
llm rioir train, ami ritrmiinionilwl that lb
conductor, iliichea, and F.nginccr Cotivaa-iy
vente, of tlio In i.'ht train, be spprehende A (
and held over lo the grand jure, if they Via
I ..... -I I.. I. L .1 I I . .1. .1. '
navti noi am-ituy of-a-n iiohi ny tiiar suuior
ities of Will County.
Wat rierMi tlllaa rial a.
Wasiiixiitox, April 25. War veterans
who aro entitled to commutation for tho
ha of the use of their limbs by diseaso or
injury are now filing their claims in vast
numla-r. ftissiuted at the office of the
Siirgi'on-fieueral of the Army that a con
siderable percentage of the money which
Congress! intended for tboao disabled sol
hers i uiiiiiN c.if ily ws"tcd in attorneys'
fees. Notice ia l.1 veil that all such claim
can be settled Ly a letter lo tho Surgeon
General of the Army without incurring
any cxk-iisj to the claimant. -
1latlae I attirwaaaieat,
Nxw Yoiik, April 15. The gsme play
ed today in tho International Chess Tour
nament resulted us follows: J. W, Batrd
beat Bird, llaiiham heat Blackburn, Mason
beat liiaaeip, I'clumr bent Mcl-cod, lturillo
loiit D. i. Kurd, 'lachigoriu bent Pollock,
Weiss bent Lipschl's.
An adjourned gaiiie wa finished by
Blackburn and Maaou aud the result Was
I'lTT-lirtVl. IM . April :ft.Klvr I hl Inches
and rialiia. Wealher i-Uniily.
KVAN-tll l, In l . April rv-ltltvr feet t
hides and falllna. Weaiio r eluar,
NI W ilil.Kt-. fa. April STi-Weather elcar
ami warm. Irisrtf-d. iioi.lcn Mule, Unolnnatl.
lAIKIV III. April i. -biter il fuel Jim bra Slid
rlainu. Wiaihi 'eleiir an cool. Arrived: Cll of
ec IMila. ,Sr llnn,ua.
flM-l S S A I I.H., April l..-R!vcr Jl f-t 1 1nch
and billina. i-aiiiir tluudjr. Imparled: Una
hionaealtn. N lirli ana.
VII hMiruu, Vtl. April n-niver ri.lug.
rsM-1 ilea ii ThoiKus Siii-rloi-k, Inmi t luelnnaU.
Alr.ved. I lly ol I. ksbaarg. for NU In.
I.dl -l-VII.t K, iy., April .-. lUrer Ullliif.
wnh 6 bfl j lii, he nn lb (alls and T feet J
Inches In the canal. W ralh-rcl.oi.ly and eooL
ST. I.(l IM Mo., April HAlilvrrfalllnr. (an
tit le.1. a l!l of II Itiehe. Intheia4 boura
Arrltcl: riiin,,. alamnhla iK.iavrttt'
CLultl, X.s OlltMUa, Ul) Ul Monro, .SaUk.