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TIIE MEMPIIIS APPEAX. THURSDAY. MAY 9, 1889:
Wabiwitos, My , 1R.
Fnr Alabama, Wtil'pl end Loulalau.' Fair;
Stallosary temperature; southerly wluils,
Tr Arkansas, Tennessee and Kentucky: Fain
alallouary temperature; aoulhcrly winds
WAS IKrTMi:NT, 11. 8. HKIKAI. SKIIVICS, 1
tUJUliii, Tciiu.. May , I f
T.ilh Mer. Time. l"r. Temp. Hum.
imm . KimU m i
ir.iu.r......""1.3 a.'JJi w
Muidmnm 4emeratiir, II; minimum tempera
ture, 6 ltalnfall tor tiny, 0.(10. Ktvcr gnnte, f
p in., 11.2; change In t twenty-lour hour, 0.2
TI.WHS OF KVIWCIUPTION.
On- vear !W mi 1 nree mnmiu - i
hi luoulb 6 mi I Our mourn....
One yr. ............I 1 00 Six innullu...,
I 'tie year - I 5 001 Six mrmtlu...
M'MiAY AM WKKKI.T.
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TO COSTUMl'ToUS ANO LOKKESmNltKNTS.
We mlirit led' r ihI roinmtinleotlomi upon eiib
j)l la tf general I"" "1'- "" ,ut,h ,n"1 Ik,
ii.compuiiled by ilio mine and address ol the
nrlii r, ana auiinintecof kli khm1 fiihli and re
ii.inll.lllly. Nonolloe, cnu ha lakcu of euony
ti.niitcoiMiiiinlraltoii. nu nitinlciillonii for publleatlim must 1 written
i u enc aide ol llie page only, anil, w Ith all other
ri titers roiiiiecicd with tlmiHlltortiil department,
.li.uM lie ad.lnwd: To the fcdllor of TUa Ap
V i cuunot, a a rule, undertake In return article
hui found tunable lur publication.
OI'R KKW YOllK OKKirit
lioti-rn oIKcc ol THK AI'I'KAU No. II Tribune
limltling. New York. J. K. Van Durvn, Hisxlal
la-u.ru Am uu
ltceclpts yclcr.lny were only 100 hales
atmlest I.Vl liuli-a Nil lay last year. Sales
w.rc .'ssi bales, or to exporters and to
spinners. The iiiiirki'l clo-cd 'iiW nt !
nine of being ill sympathy with New
iiik ami l.iverHHl. Itceeipt since Sep
tember 1 ore 7oo,'.i77 lale. uml Nlilniutii
l.-'l, XVk lialcn. Tho Mempliia J);triet i rim
niiiK bare of vnttoii ami tiotliiiiK Imt low
Cnnlo arc In tlic liamla of ilunlT r im r
cliniiU In Interior tuxviia. Hml roltoii at
New Uvli'iiti1 ilciliiie. 1 1 1 in to ie. I f
tiliv. iln liui I II to l'l niiil. l.lrr..M,
hH,t?. iiili t iiii'l mi' Imilfr l. villi flllilrooll
;i to 4 iillK Sh,I went iifT 1 ! lit New
Vol k, nih I fnliiren ii i IIiikI J.'l ! -I! Hiinl.
IliUUHDAY, t t I t t MAVO, 1UMI
moum's lnnui'Ji oi:n tayi.ou
That is a red-hot Interview rnliich wo
ptib',ih in another column had by a re
uilir yehtrrdr.y ut Niuihvillo with Knalor
Moo.lv. In the flush times before the war
the publication i( it would luivo been iin
tin diately nttemlud by bloo. Iilnd. Thre
would have lieeu a Irian-iil.ir duel wilbin
iHi lily-f'jiir liouri", the parties In whiih
vuiild liave Imtii our lidJliiix lioveruor,
hpeakrr 1 a, of (he N nale, and S lintor
M..ly. Put li.n. a eli.ii.e ull I inetl with
them. Words uro rhe;ip, and there are
1 1, hty ol th. ui, and tin y don't kill. That
t, wo aupixMH, a ir.iHoii why Sotuu inetl,
Mo l.tv, Taylor, pnler dcunnciatioii
lo n u-.ii. It U not so with Ninilor
Jlli.. !-. lie liniiii II, Dxcellency to Ilio
l ur of pub he o.ini.ui mi. I pillorii-s him
tin re. He ptea.'lit lull thill uillnt bevery
liuiiulialin to the (iovernor, hIiii, thero
in Ho doubt, had made up hi luiud to vein
the Moody bill for the ru.nl that llthl
liTominclidrd it to Mr. r-peakur l' i, be-
:iue it did Dot K'vo tho Uovelui.r the
power to appoint Ibo 1'oimiiiK.ioncia mid
od,eriM tmiiii.e and routrol thinpi iu
tblt coioUii. li . u ol a le w petiiti'ininry
Wo li ar the triumphant and vielotioiu
(.oM tnor in thus plac'd in a dilemma, and
that bo 111111 sillier in public vn
lii in iu prntxirtioii as Henntor M .lv
1i w triuuiphs iu iiidicaliiui of his ver
Viiy. Tut" fads are i;.tiint the (ioverimr
Wild lor the Knalor. As lo Mr. speaker
ts we tail say nothing l.ivoi.ililii be .lilo
bu bss ri I ui . I to 'kk lor hiiuaelL Cut
wo (ear be hm, m a ciiididale lor (iov
ctiior, made a at iii.!ake. It was u!
tiaUi that he uti'iiiM try to wcuro .Mr.
T.il..r'a niphut, but a cli-iiirf.' of front on
a ipiiKtiou ol ai'rious ui'iuii'iit as that
iuvoixed in Mr. Moody's bill is likely to
int. ilvo him lit more ! wild the mats !
I ViiiocraU- Vuli n of the Slaio than be
tan make e,.uu throiiLih the favor of
the (iovetitor whom bu bus placated all
Whom bo liaa heljied to a signal liiuilipli
i t the eH'iiBe of piibbe niitieipstion an
ill i. p)., tit. lo the il. ill o! the people lor
I mill reform, tiov. Tsylor'a opn.itioii
to tl.e Moo ly bill n unworthy even ol
bun, but SpA-r Idea's njipo-itioil lo it is
a cull, k-i.iii that ou'lit, with eury
lb. I. ii linn ti Ilio Stale,
-al lua ilmi as a audi. Into f.
"ein.. or nuvlhiiiLi elm in the
tut in1. It would have Ikcii
peat pun lor the I i iihh latic paity l.a
Hie N li.it.. p. ... , il,e out the (iov
ruioi'a veto, li would have shown tlu
that Ixxl) w.k in lii I aympiilhy with the
p... j.le and w.ia iinxio'ia that the patty
should have ad tou credit and ei hit lor nu
iiiltiu'o d ri form. I'.iil him. :id of that til.
I,aV0 lent lliuun lveii lo liieeheapi.eriii.liiil
jutjHiM-a of the (luveiuor an J at the ex
-iiw of the I K in. ia. y and the In hn
lid wiaheaol the -i ..j.li. ,uo helM'd hull
lo Irm i ph winch Mt. Moody rxpUnm
xery much totbedi-ie l.tof ulle-.n.i iiie'l.
The H'iiileutiary is evidently tj Iw the
(.-rave of many a pihtiei.ui Li loru prioii
r lolUI is e.'Olllp!i,-bcd. -
A tvil.eM: which rtrui'k I'ra I County,
Kb., on Tuc-lay pluyoi baroe, teaiiu
rmps out of Uie jrroun. I, leveling hou',
buns and fetirea, blowinn a train Irom a
l.iiliond track, killing snimaU mid kill
Iiik and wmudiiia aeverul p-oona. Thi
1 the second of the season, and we lear,
fioin tbs Very warm weather that prevui'.a,
may not bo the taut Warnuw, N. ('.,
riiiil'iirly visited 1al week, It wl'lli-reniem-.
l r iL There bail fell wiLU such tapid.ly
and vioWuc u to lit eight euh lnclios
deep In UiHy-gix iccondo. Many minll
boaiios wore blown nwy almost bortity.
Ijirgo houses wore torn up bo that tbey
lire not habitable The aotninary bull J
fng was ajilit open and nc arly destroyed.
Tho I'roabytcrian Church wua nearly Jo
mohsbed, not a stick of timbor being left
that may be used in rebuilding. Fences
were torn up mid scattered like leaves. No
loss of lifo Is roported, but many people
were seriously hurt by the flying limbers.
Tim action of Pnwlileot Cliirki'of tlic Thniiian
Iron Coniimny, In aiiiioiinelui; a rednetiou ol (1 Ml
f" r Ion In the prliw ( Iron (or May and June du
ll very la limply a til "lilufT." It li a loi'Mie
imnu to play and the 'l h.iinan Iron I oniaiiy will
ui tin.) It, Ilia 'imih. ru kkiIu" are un.lnlllit. dly
rmwdliiK tlia Northern Iroiimai-leni to the wall be
caiine the Koutli emi lie.it the North lii.Jiliiit Iron
ami lllnit IL When Prenl.li ill Ularka viva, "We
pnimu-. however, to liolil onr innrket," tie tnlki
ll.ni.'lp. Hioem will takelnin from tlnmi who
uml nell It for II. u luaiit money. That U bu-llietui.
1'he Ttinmni Iron t'oinininy may try to Ktop the In
eiiUil.lc, hut wh.'iievrr their luliiene K' l to that
Milnt that iliey limit eell Iron tor le-in that! It fwit
to pnMluoc ll, then they will Hop in.iklim It.
That, iilao. la hiKliieu, an.l It la exuetly what will
eoniclo m It they Intend lo meet themiuicll
tlmi of iniiiiheni Iron In the aptrll ludleateiL
This Is the woid with tho bark on It,
and wo predict only foreshadows what is
to enine, The Southern irou makers can
not always bo lied down by tho mandates
and menacing orders of tho Northern Iron
men who have presently control of the
inn ket. As water seeks its level, so does
supply inret demand, and so the price of
ii commodity is rogtilnted by the cost ol
production. Tho iron men of l'.irmlntp
hum luivo admitted, wo believe, that they
etin niako iron for from $S to j'.l er ton,
while iu Pi Unburn and ('hicaii, or any.
whero elso at tho North, it cannot bo
Hindu (or less than $11 per tun. This
is great dillcretico. Hut there
arts thine who ii.erl that iron can he
made in tho I'.inniiib.im Iiintrict for lees
than $7.X) per ton, or half tho cost of tho
Northern furnace. This hcinit so there
can lie no doubt that engine, Imili r and
aleel rail liiaiiiif.icliin rs will not bo slow
lo find it out and bocouie. riiH'.oincrs ill tho
cheiier market. Neither Mr. Clarke nor
any other man can stop tho w ay, nor any
truat or inonojKjIy, The future of irou
and steel depends solely and altogether
upon tho rapid increase, of fueilitic for its
iiiantilactiiro iu the South, Tennessee aud
Mil Taiinkix has somiiw hal broken the
force of his admiiuiion that ho bad pur
ponely falxilic.niio trulh of a speech he
had made in the llouao of Commons in
istl. In that speech lie did not snv.
ns the Attorney-lie ucrnl tna.lo him say,
that there were no secret ubieties in Ire
land ut that time, but only that there
were no "ribbon" societies. This was
clriclly true, ns tho "ribbon' oraniration
has had no existertee iu Ireland since curly
in the lu's. Mr. I'arnell, in making this
eotrii iion, read an extract from the ajicecb
which Altorney-tieticral Wcdmter literally
(aUiliid iu order to entrap I'arnell into the
lmiwdon that has r-picad cotisternnlioii
nuionit tho li lends of Ireland everywhere.
ut, learning this levion of croMi-examin-
liiH duplicity, Mr. 1'arnell has since been
moro c.irelul. l'n haed bv coumwil one day
this week to answer whether be had
ever denounced outrages, Mr. I'arnell read
ktraets froiu p-eclu-s delivcrv.l by li 1 lit
In 1K.V.I, audi aa: "I A t tia remaiii wilhill
the law and eoiiMlitution." "I boe the
pi. pie will not attempt to Imitate tho vio
lence and illegal altittidn ol the (iovcrn
inent" ''The I,rngue is p-rfectly Jx'acea-
die and n'ualilutiotinl and there is nothing
U hind iU" Mr. I'arnell furlher ail that
in 10 he denounced tho Miootinif ol
aireiiU as iitni.iw.ity and prejudicial
where them was a suitable Ijesue uigatii
ration, but admitted that such ih linui ia
linn was iiiNiillicletit to stop aurh outraes.
lie denied that be was nspinaihlo lor the
iolemv of the srticl.-s w hlch app'sred In
I '.,,,. and said that Mr. O'l'.rien
had supteme control of that pser.
Wi publish ill snot her column sn Invi
t ilioii from Mrs. Col, John Overton, ul
Nashville, lo sll ri Confederate Soldier to
be pn aeiil and parlii ip.ite in tho eerenn.iiy
ol unveiling mid dedicating the llli.lill
Inent ruii nlly erected to the Cunfedeiate
dead nt Moiilll U'.uet Cemelety. All who
aie able aboiild m'ei'pt this invitation, and
the Male Capital on the 1 '.ill bu as
a ahrinu for the survivors of that army
efpei ially whii h through four years, from
I'm iHvimiiii ol ilaot)rauix4'.ion at Coliiiu
bus, hy., nu I until its n tn al from Nash
villi', f light t u.iciiiuily and gallantly
for the indepeii letieo of the Slate
Tho deal ol that army are scattered
on lull and in ila'ii from Mills Spring to
Memphis an I as Mis. (iterlon says our
love (or thi'iii is "I ply en-liiined in our
hi aria. At ilio teiiii'inhisnce of their c)'
rious deeds every pu'se thrills with adinir
all. hi, and we (eel that no laud under the
sun h.ia more heioic dead than this, our
on ii Southland. Nothing
SW.iletia tec lleclions of the deeds ol
Southern so'd:i.ry as tlio shads erected
heie and there lo louimeiiioratu the
Virtues," heme Una invitation which Tin
A I I I: VI, so closely ideulilied willl the Coll-
ledei ate cani', gives a wide publicity in
the hoe thst it may very generally lu)ic
ivpted, and ih.it 1 1 o unveiling ceremonies
may lw all that they should lie to bu wor
thy ol Ti iin. -sec.
Tin: A in ii ' elTorls in U hall of tho
I. Him iu's ol Atkaliaua, nitailist whom tho
1'i deral iiii ln. uties thero had orgaiilxed a
crc.ade, have had Hie t (Ti-Ct to Stay the
hau la ol the pr weiltort who, by
tho aid ul packed juiles and neyro
witncssca, were In i fair way to
till the I'l'ileral piiauns with repclable
citizens whose only crime was that tbey
were working Democrats and eajor for
tho suoeoss of their party. Some ao-called
DounK-ratic papera aro Irylng to eiiluln
away or apolodgo for this crusado, but
their arguments aro lumo and impotent.
The people aro in possession of the facts.
Tiik millionaires, railroaders and Jobbers
aro making couinion cause to control Ibo
Constitutional Convention iu WashiiiKlon
Territory, so as to ahapo things to suit
themselves and givo them tho political
control of tho new Btate and the disposi
tion of its valuable binds. A yecial from
Seattle to Tht Hew York World nays that
'several heavy millionaires are entered for
tho Setiatorial laco, and tho Northern I'a
cilic Kuilroad will ttiko a hand. The lu
tuiratiou of politicians from thu Knst has
boon very heavy, and there will bo a big
fight for every olllcc. Already the Itcpub
lican party is badly aplit- over Territorial
appointments luado for the brio! terra
until Novetnlier, amf' Delegate Allen,
win wo advice President Harrison followed,
is bitterly assailed by scores of ltepublicau
papera. No principle is involved, but tho
rapid aJvanco In real estate values has
made men rich and now they yearn for
fame. Tho chief topic of discussion la tho
State lauds, and iu 1'uget Sound, whero
tho tide tlatsiu the harbors have enormous
value, the land grabbers are working to
secure tho claims they have stakcJ aud
tho opjiosition to them is on tho ground
that tho State should own the ll.ils."
Tin race and thu religious question aro
uionupjlmng the attention of the Canad
ians just now aud aecefaion aud a complete
burst up or break up of the lKjininloii or
Colonial Confederation is tho alternative
j. resented by tho leading l'rutcMiitits of
Ontario, A An' Yvrk lit raid correspond
ent, furnishing the pros and cons of the
agitation to that paper, nays that "tho
l.nglish sjieaking people of the country
are aroused as never before, and if they
fail to check tho French aud Catholic ag
gression by legal means, then thu next
move will be lo ugitule for the alnilition of
French as au ollicial language of tho coun
try and an attempt to deprive tho French
of their special privileges in tho matter of
religion and law secured by the treaty of
l'aris. Ontario is beginning to feel tho
pinch of French invasion by their exclu
sion of Fngliah iu their schools in her
I'jihtern counties, and has made up her
mind that no language but Fnglisli shall
bo taught in her public schools. This is
tho ixBiie, independent altogether of tho
Jesuit question, iu Ontario provincial poli
tics just now, and ujou it w ill depend tho
result of the noxt elections for the local
I'wir. CiiAiti.M V. I'Aaxar, of the Ex
perimental Station, Knoxvillo, advertises
or at leaat 2;i,7'.K additional names of
crsous actually engaged in farming
in Touucsaee, to whom to mail tho
bulletins and repirts of this Agri
cultural Fxticrliiieiit Station free of
charge. Thcfc bulletins will give tho re
sults of the experiments and investigations
carried on at the station iu the Interest of
agriculture, and will lie published at least
quarterly, as woll and carefully illustrated
Wa make room lodav for a letter from
Mr. Itering in answer to one by Col.
ticorgn I- Waring, Jr., which appeared iu
Tiik Aits u a few days ago. Tht F.wjiinr-
imj Si vt in publishing this letter says
among oilier Ihingw that while it triticbtc
Cut. Waring from t'le standpoint of sctcu
tide engineering, It must not "be under
stood as seeking to detract ill the slightest
from Col, Waiing's just credit for services
to the cause of good sanitary engineering.
lie has done luucli to pipularir.o an inter
est in and knowledge of good sanitation,
and thus lo make pissible gisnl work."
Is Montana, where an election for delo
iratct to the Constitutional Convention is
to be held on tho 1 4th insl., the poplu are
moving very conservatively, and it is pro
locd that party lines be abolished for the
timo being so that working Constitution,
modern and liberal ill its provisions, may
he secure I. Tho convention Is lo bo held
in Helena on ibe -till ol July.
Ota sp'cisl rcpirl of the S'olch-Irish
Coiigrcaa, now ia scmuoii in Columbia, is
very interesting and proves it a great sue
ecu. There are many notabilities present,
principal among them Is-ing the great
I'lesbyleriiui divine, the I lev. John Ibid,
who is to deliver li formal address today.
Mr. I'silitier, of 7Vir Ijdyrr, ia also pn aelit
audrx liov. Pr.N'ltir Knott.
Fonihr mis coniiiiini to rage In thu
Northwest and tho loss ul Valuable timber
ia ii p.rti .l to bo away up in the hundreds
of thoiiMiid of iloll.irs -nii.l this ilnlo
p'lidoiit ol the loss ol hoiisca, bams sud
(eiiecs, ngriculluial implcuieuta and cattle.
It is a dreadful Visitation, the ieull of
caielesslless or rei klessln sv
Til a friends of (.en. I cilherstone are
very sanguine o( bis success ns a candidate
(or tioveinor of Mlnilppl before the
Dein.Ki.itlc Convention to be held at
Jackson next July, mid many of the in
lliifitli.il piisrs of the Male atu saving
good things of and f ir hint.
A BUN IUNCS.
What a8o illitA rowilni' DM Anonf the
FeSTCl srm. Mont., May S.-liespouai.
bio pnrllea Just in (mm .Simcdor, Mont.,
leporl (hut a hit ye patty of 1'iuo llidgn
Sioux, led by lira sliopjier, hai'e ime in to
the longini liner Agency loi tin .i.,.e
of gi'lliug up a kiiii dance im.u.ig the
Cheyenne. ( ir.i-.ho.p,.r has i lude.l ,
atteiupit uti t',. .i of ih.j n;, nt to at rest
him. The Cheyonnes aro in sympathy
with the Sioux, uud the tun dance will
certainly be bold unless the Indians aro
overawed by tho presence of a largo body
of troops. The Crow outbreak of last sum
mer bad its origin in a sun dance gotten
up by Grasshopper and hold at tho place
whero the Sioux and Cheyonnes propose
to dnnco nexti week. It required seven
companies of United States troops to break
up the dniico and escort the Sioux in a
body back to' their reservation. From
that dunce Sword llenrer, the Crow tuedi
cino man, returned to his people, bringing
a wonderful whito medicine that caused a
pot of cold water lo boil when thrown into
it. Thus convinced of Sword llearor'a
supernatural attaipmeuts, the Crawa fol
lowed his lead in ptieii revolt. The Fed
eral authorities will endeavor to prevent
another grand distribution of mixed sold
litz powders among tho Sioux and Chey
ennoH. and should the dance come off', the
attendance will be largely of a military
Pnlteraoai tub Dunce.
The ratterson Club, a youthful organi
zation composed of sixteen well-known
young gentlemen, had tho pleasure of en
tertaining over -ixi guests nun evening ai
tho l. M. 11. A. Hall. Ilio occasion was
a soiree dansanle given for tho benefit of
( i race Church, and tho handsome results
realized Is a splenilnl testimonial ol tho
energy and pluck ol the young gentlcmon.
A program ot seventeeu dances was car
ried out, much to tho enjoyment of those
present. The Italian orchestra, than which
no finer band can be found in the city, was
on band and tho beautiful selections' were
thoroughly enjoyed. The floor was all
that could bo wished and tho dancers
glided over its surface w ith an easo and
grace that was captivating. Tho ltov. Dr.
ratterson, in whoso Honor tne club Is
named, waa present and added much to
the pleasure of the evening. Mr. C It.
1! rooks, tho esteemed young president,
was thoroughly at home In dispensing the
hospitalities to all guests aud strangers.
Thu following committees Performed
their respective duties wilh remarkahlo
liecejition 1'aul (iargora, Hugh Huhn,
Floor Chits, Parker. Walter Parker.
Ia'o Dowers, Clarence Moore, Charles llry-
UNDEB A KKW CHARTER.
The Cutton Exchange Conforms to
Buprema Court Decision.
The Memphis Cotton F.xchango is now
working under a new chnrter. The fol
lowing letter was yesterday posted on tho
boards of tho Exchange and explains tho
necc stilly of having same:
lli.sniis, Tenn., Muy , W).
To H e Jf.-mlsn of tin Mviuplili Cotton Kirlisnue:
(ientlemen Tho charter nuder which
thu Memphis Cotton Exchange has oper
ateilalmostsincoilsoivaniiuition was issued
bv the t hiiucery Court of Shelby County.
Tenu., April 'M, lb7l, under the law as it
Some time ago tho Slato Supreme Court
declared all the charters in tho State of
Tennessee, issued by Chancery Courts,
iuop'rativu. This decision has rendered
it iifccsiury to obtain a new charter for
the Exchange With Ibis purpose in view
the board of Directors of the Cotton Ex-
change met aud resolved that the ollicers
ol the hxchaugu should apply to the Stato
for a charter of im orporttion (or the Mom-
phis Cotton Fxchsngo to carry out the ob-
jecia nuu purpoaea coniuiiieu in me ongi
The following ollicere coustitiito tho
charter membet, and under the laws
of tho State of Tennessee eonsij.
tute the first board of directors: F.miuet
E. WotslMiti, Nolan. I Fontaine, Dennis
.Nnilh, A. li. TreadMeil, John K. Speed,
J. J. Thornton, A. 11. Onlcs, J. M. James,
John .M. I'lel.ardson, V . It. Mclllloeli.
John W. Dailey, Charles E. Morrow,
'J ho charter was duly issued by tho Scc
retary of Stale, and at a meeting ol tho in
corporators, held Mav 7, Ihv.I, tho charter
was loimally adopu.!, aud, on moliou, the
following nu mod ollicers were elected to
the rcs'ctive olllcea doignated opiosito
Preaident Emmet L. Woodson.
Viiv-I'residents Noland Fontaine, IVn
liis Mnith, A. It. Trcs.lwell.
Trenmiifr John K. l-Pt'ed.
Sec re I a r v II e n ry 11 ot 'e r.
lloard of Directoni J. J. Thornton, V
Ik (iutes J. M. James, John M. liichard
son, W. It. Mclulofh, John W. bailey,
Charles I. Morrow.
Iu addition to the above tho following
were also clii lej:
Assistant NHiet.irv V C. lall.u ho.
Clerk-IL J. Wigir.
Iu loriuing the new organization it be
come necimuiry to transler to them the
awi'la of tho Cotton Fxehanpe, also the
furniture, fixtures, etc. For this purraato
the members of tho Exchange will be
called n pin in a few days toaigu a pup r
ir.iiooriiiig ma ros-riy aoove luenuoiieo
lo tho new organiiLatioii.
Emmxt L Wimiii, President
llrxav Hottks, S-eretarv.
One of tne Very lutoroetlng; Evonta of
Tho gatno ol progrewive tenuis, whle'i
was placed by twelve members of the
Memphis Tenuis Club, w.ia one of tho in
tcrenting events of yesterday afternoon,
A large crowd ol spi-tators was present
and enjoyed the novelty and excite-
mcnC The playei-s iliew cards which
in. lulled the court and ixisilion si start
lug, niter w hich the regulur rule of tenuis
governed. J lie play. is were Walter (iistl
mnn, J. W. Kii hard-on, Alio Frank, Will
lise, . Armstrong, I. l.wyn, Ix-vl Joy,
Will ltona, Nun I'hillipa, 11 lUivie, Fraiik
Kn-e and Arthur Warrick. After the
Is st two In three game were played
at Fast Court the winners advanced
to the court above. Every winner was
adorned with a gold star, ami very inter
esting and exciting i".U witm-nsed by
the spectators, inr rep-iis-a weir I , N lins,
I'. A . N-rugSS S"d Dwighi Armstrong.
1 he game begau at u o cim k and was call
e. at 7 o'clock, the result allowing Abe
I i unk to lie Un' winner, Willi righ' stars
to his credit. -Another g i me for singles Is
shor ly antlcip.tled and w ill be made just
as attractive a pswio e.
cAPTURua ANuriu.it man's wire,
The Huaband. of the Wcimnn Arrives
loo Lata to I'ravvnt the Marriage.
N.e.-liil IH.s.l' k to 1 be A i e si.
Hi:i.kms, Ark., Mav H. Thne was
liiiiriiago celcbrati-d here ye!i r,l.iy sur
r.nuiding which there isaoiiie thing Invster
ioiia. A atraua.'r calhiig li.nis. lf W. M.
WiM.dwA.l spi'linl lo the County Clerk
..r a Ihvnae, While waning lor tho license
tho woman, heavily veiled, remained on
the iiiitsldo ol the courthouse until her
companion returned. 1 liev Isith then
went before a Justits of I he pence and were
in. ii nc. I. An hour in so iit. rwa:.! another
in in, a stranger, who rodiM-d to give I, ia
inline, rushed tip to the courthouse and in
quired II a license I a. Ih , n lulled lo
Wisidward and Ibe w i. iu. I,, n in
formed that I'"' ,. fwu,.,(
lie stnied that tie' i, 'ili.. nunie a-
le;il eil III I lie ' 1 1 ' ' .1 I ,i;. , Mis
lo- wile, ale I Ii' ! '
Wisidwanl. Tli" b'
i i v ouie'tlv wtlli I
pirly I, -it (own
iu l.ipld aUd CI"1 p. II .n.L
Tho Congress Opons at Columbia.
Tho Beautiful City Alive With the
Descendants of the Sturdy Race
And the Convention Begins Under
Moat Delightful Auspices.
President Edward O. McDowell
Calls the Body to Order,
And Proctor Knott Dollvera the Oration
of the Day and Delights Uls Audi
enceWallace Bruce'e Charming
Poem Bead to the Congress.
Coi.rwnu, Tenn., May 8. True to her
promise of the preceding ovening, nature
brought forth a morning of unrivalled
loveliness, in which a warm sun and re
freshing breezes strove for the mastery.
Tho city, in holiday attire, has thrown
open her gates to welcome, the clans rally
ing at tho sound of the pibroch. Nearly all
of the business portions of tho city
are artistically decoratud. and also
many of tho residences. The American
flag, bunting, Ireland's green bnnnor and
the Scotch plaid are tho chief ingredients
in all the displays. Visitors from a dis-
tunco are arriving in largo numbers, and
are having places assigned them by Capt,
II. A. Seuvy, chairman of tho Reception
Committco, while trotn all over tho coun
try and State a great concourso of people
is in attendance. Tho success of the
mooting is now assured, both as regards
numbers and prominence of the partici
pants. Long before tho appointed hour crowds
began to wend their way to tho
A tiieniruin grounds, famed for it slop-,
carpeted with nature's green and shaded
by oaks of towering grandeur, w here a
largo tent had been stretched. Tho plat
form within tho tent had been liberally
bcnutilied with bunting and arches o'f
roses, interwoven with daisies, and hold a
portrait ol James K. Polk, ono ol Tonnes
ace's noblest sons, ami the harp of Thomas
Moore tho Irish poet and patriot, which
was kindlv forwnrded to the congieas by
the Hon. Oeo. W. Childs, of Philadelphia,
At 11 o'clock the mammoth pavilion was
liko Ireland's cup of sorrow, ''lllled to
overflow in',', but not yet full," for still tho
stream ol biimanilv pressed in. Soon
after, the orator of tho day, ex-iovernor
I Vim tor Knott of Kentucky, Dr. John
Hall of No Yotk, Hun. James F. John
son of Alabama, Judgo Scott, formerly
Chief Jiistieo of Illinois, and other dis
tinguished visitors, preceded by IhoCio-hen
Cornet Itand, which plaved tho "HI mi
1 VI Is of Scotland," and followed by the
harp of Thomas Moore, borno aloft" and
having as its escort the military of Colum
bia, arrived and took their places upou tho
Then the president. Col. K. C. McDow
ell, of Columbia, introduced to tho audi
ence llev. John Hall, who offered tho
op-ning prayer, invoking t iod's blessing
upon tho convention. Next came tho ad
dress ol welcome, delivered by Col. Mc
Dowell in a few well selected sentences, at
the close of which tho Hon. J. F. John
son, of Alabama, was nominated and
chiwcu teinpirary chairman of tho con
gresa, which position ho accepted in a
happy sp'cch of a few minutes in which
bo discoursed tiin tho valor of tho
Scotch-Irish on bnihsidiw of the late strug
gle Ix-lween tho North and South, men
tioning pnrticulnrlv a regiment from North
Carolina and one frmii Pennsylvania, both
comixwod liirot'lv of Scotch-Irish, which
met in deadly combat at tho battle of Get-
tvsbtirg, when thu tenacity and bravery of
tho Notch-Irish was illustrated by tho
enormous Ions sttllcrcd by each of these
It was then moved and carried that A.
C. Floyd, to whose activity the success o(
tho present gathering is lo a great cxieni
due, be elected teinpirary secretary. A
committee on organization and one upm
bv-laws sud constitution was then led to
the aniMiintment ol the chairman.
I'.y request Mrs. Margaret Smith, of the
Athemi'Uin, recited tho follow lug poem
iion the Harp of Thomas Monro, written
lur mo occasion uy mo poet,
Tit a ii kP or tom Moono.
Allht Sct h-hUk Can f-. W.i a, Issv, CisWiVi.
Tli l"P "I li" nt.irnltii. to In Innd
An.l the snilrh Irish I ..tn- loday t
All hestl n-iui. ai the lno.in 1
Ii. ii lh.. lUrpol Tom l...r. l. a, I. lbs way
The la'ili ot Ihr sltsiHlnn arv riiiKlug
1 heir tllll-le (noil over Hie sea,
Dol nier the Hsrp ol her
lu Itir uiouiiuimof old Uiii-e.
,ie mmi. of ihr liannM-B and Thl.tle '
Mill rlierl.lt the vli.,n ol run.
And the llarpolold lara swskelit
Aein the Vol.vof Tom M.s. re.
fsrli siritia. wild memories ae-rcd.
I. iiiiiiiI lo l lls-nv key.
And Hie sieias lhai fl.sil down the sj
Are alws) Ihe koiixs ol toe tn-e.
It slnin of tli" "Katie of Krln."
Mm her rxili-s err rxll-s rio more.
Vol I In' islx.il eld Krln lias drilled
I I.m iiii.,-r I oliuiiltis s .le.rf
"Wliprr IHs rlr Is, in) ismni"
llu. a'li.le-l her oyr tie- ws.
An t I i.l.iml.ls holds In lit l,r.en
The Iwart of old Ireland lasUy.
Msulistian and f'ttm.enh and Isinestown
I all I.mu-I ,,l llieir lo-rlliMre IriH.
rtnl M,'kleiil,orn' ft.iui ! Immortal
lien wr nniiiis-r Hie sisrs lu the blue
lh,. s-iitch Iriah piinisn Istliers
1 lrl dmll.tl tin word, ol llo- In.
And I lie h of 1 Iralrda ll.-nrv
Is the i loan ol Our I Us ri) plea.
The aniii and arsn.oiie id hrrisai
W ho iMiitrhl lor lo-cloin ami r-ylit
Wlm Joy lull Ihedawn ol llw inoml'iij ,
"Vaiooin.S'li!'' Awske lo llie IUhU
lie iitNldeo. of I orn.' and KHUroey
Are tw.-llint toe ili.irns l".lsr.
For (lie citro( uiMiittn.l liUruey
Arvonly pistovn the way.
Then welcome a ilifiee hnoly Wfleume
In ha. n.l. l)Mc and lor.-,
Well a .l...e and i.iiid lib -Ian' weii-o.ne"
'lo tl.e lo.. e suit lie' Hare ol Too Moorv;
A l'l to tie' Slismro. k and I lilstle.
And iin.blne l-'ih el.'-ol II. r aea.
A Krlurlaai han Uo er llie iill
W lilt Uduujbia in Ulr Ii uih-ms
It ...nor Pmnf.
Immediately following this reeila'ion,
I . i .l. ..II ,w,.l unil aittitall,!,..!.
came s song by soiuo of the lovely pupils
of the Athnoiienm.
A motion waa then carried rotunilng the
thanks of the rVoteh-Irish rilicrmni the
1'uile I States o the lhn. T. T. Wright,
whooiiginaled and pushed to success tho
movement which !s reaching now lis cub
in imt X ill.
'1 liu hand then plaved a medley of
Scotch sod Irish bshiids, ihrilliugly appro
priate lo llin is i a-.li. n.
Announcement of the following program
was next made: Tonight, address by
Prof. McCloskey, of Pnm-elon, N. J.i Jo
iiioipiw rnorninu. addn-sa fi-nu I'r. John
Hull, and tomorrow nyhi. address by
William Wirt lleery, of ngiiiia.
Proctor Knoll, ol Keuincky. having
lieeti inlroiluii'd by the cluiru an, with
eloquence an 1 learning gave a hrslorv ol
the origin ol the Ns.tch-liish rue, the r
development In character and thought,
tracing wild a master .baud Iho ceuso
w I. eh led to the HVuliar love of .clesiaa
Ileal an.lcivU liberty fur which tliey are so
noted and whieli made teui Uie
rhampious of freedom and en nues ol
tyranny and despotism in every form,
and closing his remarks with praise for
their study aon-roUance, bravery ana vir
tue, w bile concealing none of their faults.
The Bjienkor let fall one remark which in-
dlcaieu me numorous vein, iu apeuauiK
of Scotch history, ho said that they at one
timo had no namo fur money and knew
nothing of its value, and that some oi me
descendants, nowadays knew littlo of the
value of a dollar, being hard to convince
that it is not worth five.
The Cmgress then adjonrncd to meet
gain at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
Congratulations and letters of regret
wrn leeoived from tho following parties:
Sir John Mncdonuld, of Canada; Lairds
DulTerin and Wolseley, of London; Wal
lace llruco, of New lork; the lion. u. v.
Childs, of Philadelphia; Ex-President
Cleveland, President Ilarriaon, Dr. T. Do-
Witt Talmago, and ju. J. UMiaiignnessy.
ot Alubama, and other distinguwhed
g nt'etncu from ditfoient portions of the
During the interim between tho morn
ing and evening meetings tho visitors were
entertained by being driven around to
Southsido Park, whero more than (illy
well bred and trained trotters, headed by
old Tom Hall, lirown Hal and Duplex,
were lod around the track for their innpec
tion. Others, nmonir them Mr. Bonnorand
Dr. Hall, were driven out to Zion Church,
about seven miles from the city, where is
to be found a large church and thickly
settled neighborhood, composed exclu
sively of members of the Scotch-Irish race,
all tho families comprising this settlement
being more or less related.
AT TUB EVEX1NO SKSSIOM
the president announced tho committees.
itie itev. vi. v uson ruranuer, oi ring
Sing, N. Y., delivered s brief extempo
1f,,l,al Itsifitma r1 S.w S.-!. -nailrt
few remarks and said ho liked Columbia
hecauso they called him General down
there,'. wbilo Captain wasbistitlo farther
The Rev. Dr. McCloskev. of Princeton,
gave an address, in which be uindo an
etlort to show that American educational
institutions of the dav are modeled after
the Scotch-Irish plan of a co-ordinate alli
ance of religion uud high education.
I'r. John Hall, of New lork, aud Dr,
Mcintosh, of Princeton, will deliver ad
SOUTHERN BAPTIST UNIVERSITY.
Meeting- of the Board of Trustees at the
Oayoao This Afternoon.
Tho Hoard of Trustees of tho Southern
Daptist Theological .Seminary of Louis
ville, Ky., will meet in session today 3flt
tho Oavoso Hotel. Tho ollicers arc: The
Hon. Joseph K. Ill ow n, president; the
ltov. J. C. Furman, D.D., first vice
president; tho Kev. T. S. Dunaway, D.D.,
second vice-president: K. N. Woodruff,
secretary; tho Kev. James P, lloyce, D.D.,
treasurer (decoased); tho Itev. 11. F Kcr
ftMit, D.D., treasurer pro teui.j Julius C.
i he trust)! are:
For Marj'laud Joshua levering, Geo.
Manning and tho Itev, A. C. Dixon.
ror v irginnl.i lho Kev. J. L. l.urmws,
D.D., tho Hon. 11. K. Kllvson, tho Itev.
T. S. Dunswav. D.D.. the Kev. W. 1),
Thomas, D.D., tho ltov. W. K. Hatcher,
For Georgia Tho Hons, Henry P. Sfe
Daniel. Joseph E. Krown. J. C. C. Itlack
and J. D. Me wart: the Kev. J. E. U
Holmes, D.D.; the Kev. Henry Mcltonald,
D.D.; the Kev. 1. T. Tiehenor, D.D.: tho
Kev. II. 11. Tucker. D.D.; tho Kev. J. II
Kilpatrick. D.D.; the ltov. K W.Warren,
DAK; ll. ll. llickmnn.
For North Carolina The ltov. John
Mitchell, D.D.; M. Heck, tho ltov. C.
Durham, the ltov. T. 11. Prilc Intnl. D.D.
For Alabama Tho Kev. S. Henderson,
D.D., tho Hon. Jonathan Haralson, the
Kev. J. J. li. Itoufroe, D.D.
For Texas A. M. Dunn. It J. Sledge.
For Kentucky George W. Norton, J.
R MclVrrnn. tho ltov. W. II. Felix, D.D.,
tho ltov. T. T. Eaton, D.D., W. V. Hall,
Theodore Harris, Arthur Peter, the Kev.
T. C. Stat khouse, the ltov. W. M. Pratt,
D.D., the Kev. J. Pike Powers, the ltov.
J. W. Warder, D.D.
For MiKsiMiiipl The ltov. J. I John
son, LLU., the ltov. J. U. Gambrell,
For Tennesaee -John W. Thomas, latq.,
E. U Jordan, Ek.
For South Carolina Tho ltov. Jnine C.
Freeman, D.D., the Kev. J. A. Mundy,
D.D., Julius C. Smith, Esq., Prof. C. 11.
J tiilsiii, LLP., Ik W. I Ul wards. lq.. tho
Itev. John Stout, tho ltov. Charles Manlv,
D.D.,the ltov. J. A. W. Thomas, P. li.,
tho ltov. J. Scott Murray, W, L Durst,
Esq., Thomas P. Mnith. 1'jiq.
l-or Miiuri The ltov. J. T. William,
P.P., Angus C. Avery, lq., tho ltov.
George W. Hydu.
Exuciitivo Committee -James S. Poyce,
chairman (deceased); John A. Itrnadus,
F. 11. Kcrloot, C. W. (i boors, Theodore
Financial Board Arthur Peter, chair
man; Theodore Harris, George W. Notion,
J. K McFerran, James li. Caldwell.
TBI MONUMENT AT MOUNT OLIVET.
All Ex-Confederate Boldlsrs Invited to
AtUind the Unveiling.
The following from the coiumiltoo on in
vitation ot tbo Confederate Monumental
Association explains itself, and should be
given general circulation in Southern pa
Hnc To AH Kx Conf,. lernte Mdlcrc
After years of patient wailing and ear
neat i llorts, on llie loth Instant wo attain
thu culmination of our hosj and object in
thu unveiling of tho monument erected to
tho memory of our Confederate dead.
Though this Iribute lo our dead heroes hns
Imh'H delayed all t lu-se year, it did not
aiitnify lliul their meinoiies had been for
gotten. No! Deeply enshrined in our
hearts Is our love for them, snd st the re
iiieinhrnnee of their gloinni ilccda every
pulse thrills with admiration, and we fuel
that no land under the snu has mora
hemic dead Ihnti this, our own Southland.
And now, thnt we have ens ted this via
IMo tribute to their gallantry and worth,
we ask you, as surviving comrade, in
come and mingle with us, ami assist, by
your presetus?, lo give token of our devo
tion snd love for our Confe leniledead.
A few more short yenrs will w lines the
passing nwny of our veterans. Nothing
w ill au awaken recollection of the deeds
of Southern soldiery a the shafts erected
here and ther lo commemorate llieir vir
tmsx. An.l, therefore, we Invito cordially
all Confederate soldiers, llieir frieuds and
well-wishers, to come auJ Joiu us in un
veiling our monument.
Mas. I'm. Jon Ovriitok,
Chairman Committee on invitation.
Miss 1 1 : x m v C. F.wix, Ni-rctary.
All Southern pupr will pluaae ptiblinh
Tho .tVFriuwir Tranlrr credits the sen
len.-e: "His dentil cclipacd tho gnyet v of
nations, and iiupiveriahud the public
sum k ot hannhsH pleasure," to "Samuel
Johnson, on the death of liar field."
At the Sunday school "And now,
children," Bind thu rMipciintondeut, Ixi
nignantly, "are there any questions you
Would like to ask bef iro wo leave this les
son?" "How long did it take ymi to g. t
all the piUs in the JH n thu lirsl lime you
tried'' queried the sweet lilliogirl on the
fruut seat, -(., royo irituna.
BALDWIN IN A BOX.
A GENTEEL LOOKING 70UNO MAN
A POUCH PRISONES,
Caught While Locked In a! Boom on
Front Street, and Suspected of Vari
ous Thefts Confused Story to an
jk-hind tbo chargo on tho police station
docket against L B. Baldwin, "malicious
trespass," there is a combination of cir
cumstances that may wind themselves
around the young man and make him
weary of lifo.
Ho was arrested yesterday afternoon at
tho instance of Mr. It 8. Taylor, of Taylor,
Duflin & Co,
Uuldwiu was found 1n a fourth-story
room over Taylor, Dullin A Co.'s store,
Front street, with tho door locked. His
discovery was accidental, being mado by
the firm's porter, who had been sent up to
examine furniture stored in tho room and
belonging to Mr. Taylor. It was related
to tho polico after Paid win's arrest that he
had been a frequent visitor to the store,
had a key that would tit any
room in the building, and he
was suspectod of various thefts
that 'had occurred during tho past
four weeks. For example, Mr. Taylor
himself retired one night recently, leaving
$10 or f 12 in bis pockets. The door was
locked, but next morning tho money was
gone, all tho same. An einplove of the
linn, who won $'-'. one day during the
races here, did likewise, and his monoy
went likewise. They suspect that Data
win secretod hiinself in one of the unoccu
ptcd rooms, waited until a favorable op
portunity, aud went through thu sleeping
Tho prisoner wu seen In his cago by"aa4C
appeal reporter, no is a luinusouie
young fellow, inclinod to be dudiah in his
dress, and is about twenty-six years of
age. He related a somewhat confused
story, relating more than ouco that he had
no business in the building. As an
excuse for being there ho stated
that the building w'as owned by
his employers, Messrs. Cecil Mosby
& Co., and was formerly occupied
by them, llo was with the latter linn
during its occupancy of tho house, and he
had served ill' tho ollico. A day or two
since a gentleman whom be did not know
came in to him, during Mr. Monoy's ab
sence, and wanted to rent s room. Ho
was ignorant of tho tortus and ignorant,
ho said, of the existence of those rooms
ami was familiarizing himself with
them when arrested. A lot of old
lumber in the room where ho was
found attracted his attention, ho entered,
closed the dour behind him, and "they
said it was locked." Baldwin said be did
not bear any one approach the door and
try to open it, as ho was reading from s
book he found there. "I had si -en rod two
oilers on collee," said ho, "was waiting
for instructions, and did not care to make
any more oflers until I had heard from
"When did you como to Memphis, and
from where'.'" inquired tho repirler.
"ljutt September, Irom 1niisiana."
"You were employed by Cecil Mosby A
Co. before their removal, were you hoi?"
"Didn't you know of tho sleeping-apartments
"Well, I had seen a number of gcntlo
men around thero who said they bad
lodged in tho building, but 1 had never
been up to see for myself."
lluldwin said bo bad recently made ar
rangements to become more directly inter
ested in tho linn's business, but had paid
nothing so far beyond a balance owed him
by the linn for commissions on sales.
THE ZOUAVK8' PICNIC.
An Admirable Display of Military Skill
' The Chicks In Their Old Form.
The picnic of the Merchants' Zouaves
at Jackson Mound Pnrk last night eclipsed
all their previous successes in that line,
and drew out an immense throng. Tho
presence of a viud nundicr of ladies
attested the popularity of tho company
w ith the fair sex, and the Zouave have
rcuson to be proud of the array of beauty
w hich greeted them w hen thcv mndu their
appearance on tho II. sir. The exercises
Is'g.m with s full ilrent drill by the Mem
phis Military Institute Cadets, w ho turned
out twenty strong under command of
Capt. Tom Owen, and gave a splendid
exhibition of niiiitary skill. Tho boys ac
quitted themselves in a manner that would
have done credit lu older heads.
Tho full dress plume drill by the Chick
asaw Guards was an agreeable surprise to
all who w lines d it. Six fours wore in
the column, under the command of Capt.
Harry Allen, and they made a niaguitlceut
npp'itraiice, the beautiful uniform ol the
Chicks never showing to U-ltcr advant
age. The fact that all but threo
ol tho company were recent recruits
had disposed the audience to set their ex
pi'tutions at a low pitch, but no such in
dulgence was needed. C-apL Harry Allen's
determined drilling has already had ils -elici
t, sad his company went througlfihe
manual and inarching evolutions withVl
mir.ible precision and snsp. The bar."". 1
. i . .1 .1.. ..I.I .....I....T.
SILTUl Ul IHU til.OIIIU VII. UMMOIIIT
had an inspiring cll'ecl on the audienct'j
but when Ihey saw llie boys pass
fiom rrunniniiil to command without h
break a thrill of exultation went through
llie crowd and w lieu the Chicks marched
oiriheair whs rent with cheers and ap
plause. The universal impression was that
llieso boys will win back lor Memphis tho
military prestige that unco was hers.
They've got lho studio them lo do ll, aud
ilo It they will.
The German Tiiruvcre'in gavo an exhi
bition hi vaulting and other excrciw-a,
which were much admired. I bis wss fol
lowed by a fencing bout with foils between
Prof. l'lalT and Mr. John Sohm, both of
whom proved themselves accomplished
The full dress lightning drill followed,
and took lho house by storm. Every
movement wss punctuate. I by applause.
The boys drided iu winning form, and
ought to rstiture a prize at Galveston, if
they equal lust night' standard.
Dancing to the music ol Arnold's band
wound up the evening's entertainment,
which was pronounced by all present a
most delightful affair.
Tan J wry lllaagrrvs,
I.im.B IliM K, Ark., Mny K. Today In
lho Federal Court the jury iu the lllgnlght,
Martin and Anthony ilet tion fraud case
announced their inability lo arrive at a
verdict, and were discharged by the court.
A new trial of this case will be tho only
mentis ol ending it, unless abandoned by
the Government. In view of the largo
number ol witncs.se who testified in it,
and the enormous costs, it is quite a se
rious undertaking In rehear it It is
rumored tonight that tho Jury stood six fur
conviction and six (or acquittal. .
Krwoitt.KAN. la. Muy a, -Partly rlnmlyauit
warm. saine,l oiuinonwcalih, liielnuaU.
Mit'fsvil.l K. Ky., Mar S.-ltlver l.illlmf. with
1 U- i.li.i l nn I he tails, and lel 1 tin Iioj la lbs
ranaL Wmilu-r lair and warm.
r. Lnt'ls. kl.. . May a -Itlvcr I f-i snd
falllnx Weather elear aud warm. Armed: I Uf
el Monms. Naiehea, PvpaWd; (Uy Ol Dele
fcou.-e, Nt Urireua,