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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL SATURDAY, MAT 11, 1889J
WasuisotoH, Msy 10,
rr Alabama and lllaatssippl: Fair; southerly
wind; tatlouary toinpcraturo, In northern por
lion; allghtly cooler. ....
'or Arkanuur. Fair, followed by local rain 'n
northwestern portion; tntlonary temperature la
th, enatern portion: cooler la western portion;
cooler, nouUierl wind.
For Tcnnrweo and Kentucky: Continued warm,
latr weather on Saturday; followed by cooler and
local Mini during Saturday nlghtor Suuday; south
erly winds, becoming variable.
Was InrTiiiiNT, V. H. fitnMi.fcraviCB,l
MKjii'Hia. Tenu., Mh)- 10, lv. f
r.th Mer. Time. Ilr. Temp. Hum.
H.m Zl ri
Maximum temperature, 8S; minimum tempera
ture, . natnUU Air day, 0.(1(1 River gauaa, S
p.m.. 11.3; changa lu l't twenty-four hour, .0.2
the Memphis ArrEAL.
TF.KMS OF Sl lWCRIPTIOM
flit 00 1 Three mnnlhi.,.,
t IW I Ono uiuutU.
1 1 no six month. ,
at' N DAY.
, 1 w
2 00 1 all montlia. II 00
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orrt Nfw YonK OKFirit
-rem ofllre of TMK AITKAU No. 12 Trlhnno
iiuUdlug. New York. J. at Vau 1'oruu, riMlul
Receipt ycatcrduy amounted lo 271 Met
eenliiHt IWO bale aanie luy luit your. Pule
IM bales, ,11 to spinner. Tlic market closed
quiet nnil unchanged, licing In aympathy
with New York and Liverpool. The receipts
for the ariiaon nrc creeping lip lowly, llio
riivlpla In tint" heliigTnl. Ull bale, nil. I ihlp
inrlila to ilia la- (iK.t.J'.M bale. 1 he Blink oil
bund ia Iniiig rapidly reduced, it only
umiiiiuting to J I, TAJ hale at pri'tcut, npiinat
hah' anine day In-t yrnr. At New Or
Viiim dit re doll ami in'.r, with fiiltirea
ilii liiii'il U Id 1.1 1 ilnK Tim l.lttM'iMMil mar-ki-f
i iiili l, r.iilii r t'vlrr, wild fulurca olT
8 to tt jHilnla Mini weak. New York t
ere uiurki'd ilow u I I'k' yciti riluy. atoitily;
fntiirra atraily at decline of 0 to 1H point.
BATCBDAT. I I I t t MAT 11, lnilli
i ii F.sni.w south iiahs Tin: ir.i r.
1 be "Killd fcmlh '" may U a good tblni for Ilia
polltli-al liamarlniwliiiarenialiilaliilni It, butllii y
out In lo m thai wlillo lln'y Injure the houih limy
arv kiaiua a (iv.1 dial uf lliuir Uui k out of I bo Ull
of i heir cart.
. Manland In 10 (are I'i.IOI IVmocratlo mi
Vrltr; In liM, II.Zil. ami lu ws. alU'r four yvare
nl lA-iuwraito Fadural aduiiuiiUalluu, only
Vlrilnla eaat In 1M. 4I.V4 Pemoeratle ma)orlly;
In lwl, t.ltt, aud tu liw tbta dwindled ituwn to
N'rth rami Ina went Ivmorratie In lat by
1.H4 niajorliy. but lu laia. after four )mpj ul
iN'mornilieadmluUtrauon, Ih tivuiocratle major
fry I. II lo Ul la.
Wot Vlntlnla (are tha leincrau a majorllyof
11.141 in m which Ml lo t.'.'i la ltl aud lu JD
lu I ina.
Kentucky In l"Jcata Ivmncrailo mijorlty ol
lo iwi till Ml tn I.7T and In lavt lo
Inaplieof Ilia tlforUuf Muia. tatlMe, lire, klu
rldce and Walicnon.
MtuHirl bait la Iwia Demo, ratio majorllyof M.
trs In l-itbl K-ll UiJlovj, aud ! alluhtly In
mi i avni.
TeiitMwara waa IvmorTaile In lJ by Ji.MI. In
Ivi ,y only t.l"i, lil li In lia mm lo ID 'J
l.lnle Ik lawam waa iK-uiuiralle lu bil. by i.001,
D.I In l by t, l
Tlie an tlx aocailM bnrdit iulea." Tha
olld Houih" omlu nl llen HUli-a. caallnt l'ii
eb-i-loral itoirw. )l thre Ih'Uware. Marylan!. Vlr
giula ami Yliylnla am now plainly uncertain
alalia do lit lli IVinocrala carrliil ir
ftlila. but wllb m una 1 1 a margin aa I.MI majority,
lie nmy II I In" oilier war four eara heme.
Vr.l Yimliila lapmlailily wi ! roanlrtl In the He-
ioil:ii'aii mliinin In IVI Ivlawara haa alnaidy a
rieixiliil.wn I nlird auiea nrnator. and aa to Mary
laud a rhaiiee of a Hula oter J toUw will dciai h
h r limn tha "aolld DimiiIi" lu II I'ir.hliiil IU
IHHi fiiUw wiMly and In a nuivnailir aiilill I lie
1 u alia ioral ole ol Dm "an, Id mmlh" ina) ea!ly
I" Irwuiil In -: l.f 2). b-avlu only l.'l nut ol a
ul ! tlw whole coiimry ul ill, couml'ia lu Hie
rlri-tiral lolia i4 the IM'W Matt-a.
Iln i-.Iiii. laiu who, by llM lr ai tvala to tha
F..nilirm nialnialn Ilia "woll.l Noath" hare
Lrrj-toforr e.riinw-1 on carrrtnt iToaldi-nllal eli-e.
tiotia with llie b'lp ol N.'W Yoik and Imliana -ImiIi
).t Ut Nornnibrr and lalb iin.vr uilu hiala-a- iir
Wllb llie help uf Ni W Yoik. l oninx-il, ul and
Jit m J.-racy all, ee.-it o-w Jci-y. doiiht
Inl Hatrw. The "olid K.ulli." when II
rouldiwal 14 Ik iamMilu elra-loril eotet, 1
. ....ln o' ).-. I In lb N.ii.Im mi iN-iworrila. Will
It ! aa i.i h all. a ll cwia Imt 1.1 aaaura
r--H hern reayb-r nl TV ifriM thai Ihla ti a i)lla
tm rrioi.lT -i-l In Norihi-rn l" nociailr elr
I. a. Mr. I,ia.lf, id (itaitiiia, ik what erery
a-n.arat In Ilia Mnrlh. lu ramaMlrrtng Ibe laat flee-
ti n. baa l. ll ! Ix alalnirir irua when he wil l
ji-ar, "a aoLd homli luvlioa a aolld Knrlti
hni Mr. I.radr a. li.wl Jn.l aa ln. and Im
).ri.ini a aamlna to Nnitli.'tTi rneni lu r.matn
woll'l." wi I ke. "a tlHrt lora to Incur Ihe rlian.ea
rf iittit .;i. in a-ri-l.ial uilnorlly and pia.H
ral.f.h.il wul le nt paiii, lHIa la Ina Ourvra
lu I'M Mr lleveUml earrlid four Koilhern
P a'. -a- .-t York. I iiio-ctu ul. New J,-r- and lu
tl. ana. a Hi altt) ai rlitioral w 1 lie Moalh
r'iiiil'ii-l "ftoliil'' ilurfiia Ilia lour )raw ol bti
f un. e.iimrr. w mar lH aoiillii in aavti, lo err
gi m-rai and rra-,i,a,iv aiiialion lu Ihe Ni.rlli
Jh lv, a:i.'i all llie ,l-.l alalta In lb larl)l nl
a lantoa raitf lv.. rai a.ln.l.il-ratl.in In aaer, li
tan ai,li loi-arr bui iwo) Kortnrru hi-itiai'.ilew
l r---, with nliiii rl. cioral rnloa. and (Vtiumti
l li ala. 1 h- lluitw ol ll, n'U1allie elii'U d In
lie had aricnlr-oli a-tu.w-raltc ttia).irllr, Ihat
rliK'l In ll Laji.nl Ixt. onp In thai ol
Ine ii-uiih raiir tunj'ifttr iia In li, in rh'ieii, an
lu lh cuuli.i i tha Ikiiiia ran ara In I lie
wiinorlly. Mianllti.r lu all ;iH-ae era th K.utb
i. d reinaim-l --.h. ' 1 he l-r.n.a raile l.
H ihw and of in.'nvi'Ual arala have hnn In the
b alh. lor ih.i "aolld a-mih ' baa liol no Mai an
anil) aia hn.a ralie ai-ala In all Ihat llui.
Tlml th H.iiorrn in'ta ar t..,i 11 14 hi aitud
l what Mr. l-anar u--l loeail n l -i m-i li.na '
ttouwriHia tuiiilf rn i-orrv-intict'-nu uf TW llt nlU
lint ahowa ami o Ualjr know. 1 h, tr inlil..
timi la thai Ihey hat puvHl i.iaa, lt in lh
liail.la of a art uf - l 1 1 1, lanv w ho I. lh, r I ll-ll
liufpoatw InlUme Ida b-ara and pn n li,-a ol the
aonra oh what llii-y tall lite "raiw iii.t.in," aid
Uiite pnan I Ilia eonaidrraiiiHi nl uilirr qinw
II .oa on whli h the rit id Hi eouimy ilm.in
1 i vy Uin Inflict ui.m lh xiuilu rn ponpla a in-at
liijury hj pultlug tlieta out ol harmony ami lorn b
wr.li lha eininiry at lare. Hill Nortlietn Ihrao.
mta an (hat the "anlld WoiHV aacliM e...lanM
airiuii,r i'Jinlliaa among Nut I hern tuimi and
ae, la-aldua, liial Ibniiah II ramallia aoll I if grnaa
eaLer hy the defootlon id borle nuie. They
Ibil II lain lha way U luttir lannocraila aui-a
u l In the imrrai uf lieinia raile aollcli-a
aaeil hern betaocrala auihl lo Ihla, lot Tliay
wlil. If ihey ar wlaa. aneouraaa ary aiu-,,.i
ma le like Ihal ol lh eonilng fhallaiiooga eon
acntion- lo Incll lh rootlieril meni lo dlilile on
rial qncaljona," un h aa Ilia tariff. auUldli-a aud
luuamal lanpruiemanla. w bu Ihla eotnn alunl It
M ;iJ that Dm Mapublkana will Uoj
Sonthern repraaeoutlon in CongToav But that
will not hurt th. South. On t'ia contrary, th.
Republican lea.lera, wlaa In thetr generation,
Iwaya taJta car, of UuUi Ixloudi. A'eia fart Ucr
From this It will be seen that 77i Un
did htm the "olid South" very bad again,
a fresh attack and violent, It is the pre
liminary ihftko that precedes tho lover
likely to bo engendered by the absurdly
conceived convention which is to meet at
Chattanooga on Monday next. Tht 7r
aid occasionally admits and justifies tho
cxiatenco of the race question even at tho
North, and it must two and know thin in
proportion to our negro population it is a
much more serious question with us hero
at tho South. It is not with us a political
question. It is a social question, nnd, as
many of tho influential Southern newspa
pers have repeated ngnin and again, wo
can ixHlcr alloru 10 remain in po
litical subordination in tho Union
so fur as the Federal Government and the
Federitl Congress are concerned, than
yield an lota of tho power essential to
white supremacy in tho local alTairs of our
States. Where the nice question is con
cerned the South ceasea to bo political.
And if tho South, thus solid for tho in
tegrity of the white race and the preserva
tion of our form of government, the secu
rity ol life and property, begets a solid
North, we cannot help it, and, from our
stundiKiint, we ca li not bo hold responsible
for it. Tho movement that was initiated
in Ilirmlnghnm the other day, and that is
to receivoji second baptism at Chattanooga
on Slomlav, is s politico-personal one,
resting on Breed for ollien, and
therefore on greed of spoils, and
also on the greed that upholds
a UrilT system of which the South is en
tirely Independent. It Is a movement that
no public man of weight or character, lliat
no nowspapor of inlliu iieo or strength at
the South can allord to indorse, aid or
ubct, Tho lifo of tho H'oplo of tho South
nu I their property is involved In this race
question, is involved in white, supremacy,
and 7 Air llrrnld Is loiing timo by revamping
llsslmiird figures as to Demneriitic stroiigtl
ill what It calls tho border Slates. To
maintain whito supremacy, tho South ran
nlFord to forego tho Presidency uud
Pemorrntie majority in Congress. Hut
such a sacrifice ought not to be exacted
of us and it will not bo whunevor news
papers like The AruMdircvt the people of
tho North to the cousidetntiun of the
common sense of tho rnco question
and point to tho condition of mere
servitude which the negro occupies in tho
Northern States as in object lemou that is
proof that tho ram fil ling is as strong
lliero ss here and is no more no than it is
on tho I'licillo nmst against the Chines.-,
whom Coitgnhs lias excluded from tho
country, or in New Mexico, which tho
Republican party bos docUred itsutf un
wUHnii to auinit lo the Union bucuiue of
the Illiteracy ot its mougml population.
The white iH-oplo of the South are a unit
on the r.ico question, Ihey are solid iu
npMilion to negroued guverniiicnts and
are as deteruiiniHl as 1'n-niiliMit lluriison
seems to bo In declining to confer o Uiclul
position on the negroes and in Lis do-
rldi'dly cxpresvjil preference for a white
Republican party at the South.
OsbVlho olhur day Th CAiiajjo TiWi
exHwl tho luhuinniiily practiced by cer
tain of tho employes of the Cook County
Itiauno Asylum iiihjii the uufurtuuato in
iiiatea, rtveuling a state of things shock
ingly barbarous. And now we have a
statement that a bill has been filed by a
number of prominent citixens a -iking for
tho apxilutinciit of a receiver of tho Homo
for Incurables in that county and an in
unction to roatrnln the nmnaiirs of that
inatilution from removing the books. Tho
bill furthermore) asks for llie removal of
Presidt'iit II. N. IligginlKithnin and Caro-
lino K. 1'xtrlow, matron of the institution,
(roll! their jvoaitiona for groan violation of
liuat nqMaaeil iti Ihouu Ills claimed that
Hie belpK-as iiimati have Usin frightfully
abused and torlnirJ. They are charged
with causing the death of some patients.
Tub fiiends of education everywhere
w ill rejoice to learn on the authority of
Prrwidoul (iiluioie bimaelf that an emrr-gi-ni-y
fund of IIHO.OIK) lor the benefit ol
the Johns Hopkins I'liivvraily lias been
contributed ly a nuinlx r ol tu'raons, so
thai during the next three years the I'nl
vcraily will go lorword without roiitrnr
lion. He alao aniioiimes that a eitixen of
IValtiniore. Mr. Tuueno levering, bss
(iflervil the sum ol f.D.lkX) for the con
ati ui lion of a linn h ini-liil building. Mr.
nnd Mrs. IjiwifiicoTiirnbull, of Italliinore,
lav, endowed wilh the sum of f.M.OUO a
memorial Ircttin-ahip of MM'lry. The Irua
tevs have detntuiinuJ to Invite 1'nif. Jauiea
UiismiII IaiwoII to Im the Ural lecturer on
Ihla ftitindution. Hiey hsvo also elected
I'rtf. lirillin, of William College, prufiwaol
uf the history id philuaaiphy aud dean.
Ir the Smtli goneralty could be heard
it would, lo a man, be iu tu.or of lieoi.M.i
aending Gen. Gor Ion ba k to the I niled
MaU-s henntn. He is by long odds tho
boat public aiH-aker In this aoilloii, U
man of uud IS'tn sr itie iiiinciii'ca, and
while arteive in tin ir dt (ouM, never
(ails to win with his opptMirtitA. He Is
uisn ol the courage of hit conviclioos, aud
genial snd uenermia to a lault.
TliF .'ritit'cy Anjul inaiaU that Towrll
(Invlon and l-lilor Wclirr ol 7 Little
.' .1 n-;r,ai, should be lll.lii till and pun
iahad lor iii liilirin in a i's.-aart at arms
n ceiiily iu a aaloon in that city, and, log
li nnd wU ly reawmlng, It says that
"in view nl Ihe l id that the Republicans
ara lining the 1'iiite 1 Males Court to teach
the lcinocrta tlic rlii ll. ui law, and coll
vlcliiig ihiui fur it, te.'baltal vlolationa
of it, when it boa not been proven that
single person was deprived of bla right
to vote as he pleased, it becomes the duty
of a Democratic Judge and Prosecuting
Attorney to teach those Republicans that
they must respect and obey the laws ol
the Stato. It's no technical violations with
Tub Chkaijo Timet aaya of Frank Palmer,
recently appointed Public Prtntor by Presi
dent Harrison, that bo Is "by instinct and
habit an offlco-holder. Ho moved to Iowa
and became Stato Printer. Ho was elected
to Congress. He came to Chicago and
was appointed postmaster. Swept out of
that harbor by tho rising tide ot Democ
racy ho rcturuod to his understudy, which
seems to bo Journalism. But the inpour
of the Republican flood floats h'ltu again,
and Journalism is surrendered that ho
may tako the post of Public Priuter. It is
a place of no great emolument, but ot im.
Evf.ry truo Tounossoean will rejoice to
learn that "the movctnont looking to the
erection in Knoxville of a monument to
tho momory ot John Sevier, tho first Gov
crnor of the Stato of Tennessee, has takon
practical shape, and will prove a success.
If it should not bo a success, tha fault of
tho failure will be with the people of ot
No hkttkr evidence of growth and Im
provement can be furnished than wo have
in the fart that tho fruit trade of Arkansas
has grown to such a great industry that
tho Iron Mountain iLtilroad lias found it
necessary to add a special fruit train to its
service from Little I tuck every day.
Tn k outlook fur Memphis was novor In
Its history so encouraging as it is at this
moment when business is more than was
ever expected at this season, the public
health, better than was ever known and
real estate is away up mid growing upper
Tus MM4 i:jitlir is at one with Tun
Ai'i'XAL in tho Porter-Hutler Imbroglio. It
sides with tho Admiral, and says: "It is
rather lato in the day for the MiiskhcIiu
setts demogogue to try to stlgmutixe a g il
luut ollicer ns a coward." '
Tun .Yiiii ILtM strongly intimates
that a deal has been mado or Is iu progress
botweeii some Senators aud Gov. Taylor
looking to a called session of the Legists.
turo. What could bo at alako iu such a
Fran ai from Ixmdon sasiire us that
Henry GiKirge bus swallowed even Lord
ltiindolph Churchill, tha most famous of
high Tories, in victory.
Tiik Ctm lirillt llrrnld-Jourwil claims that
Arkansas is the only Stato in tho I'nion
that has arrested and convicted a White
Tim riiir.o vAaxKit co.xcrr.T.
Foal-pl. l and Prautlled from l-ohonsrln .
Wauiu-r liU'iriet Club.
Symphonic No. a. u Major,
Auilrtto, , in-em, .nname
Now York I'lillharuioule Club.
Rolx-rl lul )ua J atnu.
Ml lMky U'ty.
I a. A.iaaio
.......... I'op per
Mr. I.iull M heuek.
i .. it.
, L in" Schumann
u,l'ubaa lain II. Uoduiaun
New Y'otk Philharmonic l ink
St Vull 11 I II no. It. on I n. prila lai'ttla .... ponUuttl
Ml Mart K, Orva-uwooiL
Ylollo Solo Faint haitee naultil
Mr III. hard AlnoliL
qiilnlcl-Adaiilo Hcherao S. Jailaaaobn
I'lano. inn i.inna. vioia aim a i.iiitM-eno.
Mlaacaina M. Keating and Nw Yurk I'hlluar-
Tarantella ..W. K. IWayftird
MM I, ky ly.
Ftuta Ma " Ali
Mr. Kngelie Wrlm-r.
lUkocty Man li . -T M-picatl ..Frau LUat
niutm-r ivuaru- i itiu.
iraud Yalae de I oma-rl I.nlgl Vennkno
Mkai Marl a. liievuwiael.
Tin-Mill I a. r-oi...
b, Uin du IWI ( --.-.-.-. u......
nu lura i iiiiiiartuouie i tuu.
Tlie third In Ihe scries of the roncrrt of
Ihe Warner (lull waa kIvii luit iiIkM at (lie
theater lo a row. led Iioiimi, ruiiiiriaing
the elite of the ronciTl going public, who
evidenced their cultivation by aMiiiliineoiia
appreciation In loud ami continued
niiidnu'wy of Ilia fimt liiiiiiher by tho
New oik I'liiliiariiiiiiilo (Tub, a aei
let by Ja.liaa.iliu, romKaHl ftpn-aaly
fur the club, and which wa auhati
lu lc I for Ihe ayniptionie ntiniher Hire, in ()
major of lluyilii. Thia club, Ihe Drat among
enarnilile urjii:r.llloli ill tint L'nilcil Matca,
had not bo il ln ar. in Ihla city alnca they
apprnred In re at Miaat'arrio Keallng'ailibul
coiiccrt but Ihey raaily rcnewcl their ac-
ipianilaine with lha Memphla public
by a peni pllbl iiiipmvenieiit In iiniaon, In
pnmtplneaa of nllni k, in brendlh, ayninthy,
(oeling and Mprraalnii. It wa lniHiaili,a
lu n-aial a roiiiparia.ni In-laei'il the in and the
llnaton CJulntet Club which liiaal ao rcrenlly
n.pcarri on Ilia anine alaire, aim to ins
eal tutoml or riiiericticiil It waa nmle
I'lnln that tha New loikcra wllliniil
Iroulil bore olT lha p.ilni. And Ihey did
Ihla In.lul.liially a well a colleetlrely.
l or their aecond titiuilx-r Ihey gnva Ni. ft on
Ihe program, and alf.inlcl a line cuiilra-t
ill their iM iliirniiinc of Ihe Kxeiiint K our of
N huinanii, and the Cuban liiine of llofT-
maun, lha Inner apiealiiig In Ihe popular
taele, w hile pn wrvlnu lha c.uialni ney of
ha club for blh rlaa pniprann,
1 hero I nolliing iimro plaintiire, r.iil.ila.
or aoiil hai hiiig than the livening Hong
aa Interpreted by ihla cliiK and lu their In
IrrpreliillntKif llolluiann Iheyipiile preaery
el the ipinlnt pei'iillarllii-a of roiireil which
are rhartii Irrialiia uf all HiNiuiali iniiale. It
haa a rytlnil id lla own lliat l crvailcil
by a mere thread of iimnotuuo bk I
lit Mh ol aniliieaa, a pulae lieat of anrruw, aa
if il ulll WW m ar Ihe dance, aa it anlnellme
ia at ll fan. lane. mj In Metlco.
(if tha " g.iiuti t A lAK'io rVhcrto
of Jadauuhn, In whl. li M. Carrie Kenting
look lha piano pari, bni nun h cannot be
anid In pralao. 1 lie aiiilleuc had n-allrrd
how happily ami with what lln f Itivt Mr
Wi liter hint blended hla 11 utaaith Ihe airing
In-t r u iiK-iit and they were now lo
irai.n with what emiaumnialo art
Mla Keating nio-lulalcd h, piano
nml iiilHtr liunleil H to tha purpuae
of Ihe hlk-heat art l.ven lu th, fort, and
a4iimtte paaa.ire ahc held hcrwrlf In rbock,
and was lu every note and paaaaua thof
oniihly In tiiilm ami accord with tha tilnga
fruio Which there poured a Wealth of
temUrneaa tl.ait wmi tha antipathy of
the audience In the nnial InteuL w
bawl aluioil aald Inb oaa aiUnce and hearty
applause atr4ho close. This was
the gemot the. concert and was markedly
appreciated Dy the assisting artists ana amn
tcurs who were In the wings as Interested
listeners. ThV:loslng number, as the pro
gram telis. Wo IvR to tho rhllharmonlcs,
who bald the audlunca in patience until the
but note ot th'Toln du Hal" was played,
succeeding to "The Mill." Besides these
numbers by the club, thero were the
first solos on Uhe 'cello by Schcnck, who
playod the adagio of Gollcrman with a
temper absolutely, that of tho composer, a
fine contrast to 1h 'Tarantella" of Popper,
which almost set Jtlio audience In motion.
Of course he was ancored. And yielding to
repeated storms' p( applause, he gave the
"UpinnlngSong'f of Poppur, full of quaint
conceits and almost disconlnnt mcusures,
which enabled the artist to provo his porfect
masUirshlpovcran Instrument from which ho
evoked every shado of feeling, from tho
merriest of tripping lilts to tho most pro
found and exquisite harmonica of Ituydn.
Mr. Sehenck will always be tho standard
with the Memphis public for 'cello players.
Mr. Arnold, the first violin, who began his
career here in Memphis as the leader of the
orchestra of the New Momphis Theater whilo
be was a mere lad, received a gen
crous wclcomo, and for his performance
of "Tho Fairy Dance" was vociferously ap
plauded until he consented to an encore, for
which he gave the "Cradle Hong" of Kenard.
Mr. Arnold, like good wine, has improved
with se. His work Is eaiior to him than it
was six years ago. His bowing Is broader,
stronger snd firmer, and his tones
aro clearer, fuller and mora resonuut It
was easy to he seen that he loves hie art and
that like his companion, Sehenck, his heart
was In his work. Life on tho stugo Is real to
him. IIu lives there; snd there, in tho pro
duction of absolute harmonics, be realises
most his being. lie dors lint diitduin somo
of Ihe tricks ao common to vlollninta. even of
his class, In catering to whut Is termed
the popular twite, but this must not
ho denied to him or to Hcheuck,
tn view ot the serloii-ncoi In which
their programs generally involve them. Of
Mr. Welner, the flutist, It isdillicult to wrilo
without almost "slopping over." The dis
tance from grave to guy is caiily measured,
and It la as easy to realise how eloae the mito
iu the hands of an amateur alainla In it rola.
tloimlilps to tho ordinary tin whittle. Thero
is no Inatruinunt ao much anYctcd hy uinii
telirs, and none so much abused. It la beard,
therefore, generally with fuunclliing like
tinenalnons.even alien pluyed by urtlstK whoso
lips have been formed by nature for It and
who bv hard priictiea have learned to
"rover tho venticlcs and diacuiirae moat ex
cellcnt niiinle." Mr. Weiner owes much to
nature. Kvru In Ihe lotigsttamincil paiaaea
tho audience fell a X'lito of coulnlcnee in
him Ihnt was further atrengtliruril by the
reverend feeling with which ho Interpreted
tho cclelirule.l larK'D of Hamlet, the
most roiiauiumale mutter of hunuony
aud counUrH)lnt that ever lived. Op
poaed to this, eiillitllng the other extreme of
feeling, Was Ihe allegro of Ter-t link, both
winning for him a slurm of applaime that
was not rmleil tlulll, without acrompeui
ineiil, he phiyeil a tender "fong Without
WoriK" by Iioppler. The M-rform
nneca by thrae arlials were beyond
qiicallon the greab-at treat the Wuyuers
liuvo oRered tlio public. Knaeiuhlo luuaic
haa tieen broiijjlit .by them to the hl;licrl
perfci llon. K.n-h of lliem mnaters In trch
nienl akill, know ledge ami the power clearly
to Interpret th, composers; who appeul from
aa many varied at hiMils aa there are nutiniia
ill Kunqicilbey willingly aiilxiriliiiata lliem
aelvei to pnalie eilecls that one can
only imagine ico,ilil to one mauler
liiiiul. It is in tho unburn thus at
tallied to Ihat they realize for tho
audicne, how much there ia in drilling.
In self denying discipline, the merging of
individual whlra, caprice or intention for
the nke of an accentuation that hrinps out
In broad and eltccliv, nu a-iuro the rotor
that Ilea concealed In the compoacr'a notea.
Hut we mint leave them and say a word or
Iwj almut the singers, one of whom, Mia
Levy, was new In tha Memphia concert
atam a daughter Of our nrlghlHir
city, Naahvllle. Aluioat a child in year he
gava llie pMiniae of great thinga umler good
hooting. Mie haa a Voice ay in pat hollo in
quality and of fair rang,, Ihat la uaieptibla
of cultivation and aha has a great deal of
the raay aaatirnnc, that uaiinlly quiikeua
aureeaa. Mia la not afraid of an audience
and sings with th aaaa thai cornea of arlf
coullilenca. bh waa unfortunate In
hur fimt number. "Hubert" ia a "Cheat
nut" It has a lady friend remarked lo
u last night, "been auug to death." and It
ought lo he hurled. Mi waa mora fortunate
in her arcond nuiubvr, lha "TurnnU'lla" of
llita.ford, but still more so In the encore
aha gave to (he very generous anil kindly lu
tended applsuae, one of lliem bring
the "IVur Heart" of Mattel, and Ihe
other Ilia "Murgaret" uf Meyer lleliuiind.
Miss Maria . (m-enwiHi.1. who la "lial.ve
and to the nisuor born," waa of oman
warmly received. Hhe it a dcaerretl favorite
with the Memphia public, who overlook
.una faults of im-thud for the aake of
Ihe true woman and Ihe ixrwver
Ing slndent Mie, loo, was unfortu
iiata In bar Oral IiuiiiImt, as aha la
unfortunate in a Icaulrg lo floritur, loo
ninth of which rluyi ami ha via, to to
aieak, a bad tate In lh in. mill. Her arcond
number waa much In Ihe anine muge, and lu
one of her Iwo encore. "I'bo l.ll lie Kialier
urn" ami "Charrtlc," ah, In lul ; il In a
radeiiM Ihat proved her lli haul ill (hat
direction. In his triilhfiil rendering of the
'Celcbrnled lirgo" uf llin li l, aud Ina en
cure, "Hong Without Word," Mr. Welner
gave a line example Willi hia Rut, uf tho
atrengih that Ilea in simplicity and purity of
I. me. and we would cuinmeud It to Mi
(irvenwood, who baa yet lo arhnot heraelf
i irccllkely In tltn ballad iih iIi.hI. lint aa It
waa, alia pavs a great ileal of enjoyment lo
her friend, who Wrnird III tm everybody
pnaeut Of lha Wagner, wo run only ay
that, like bleaalngs bri,:hlenliu n Ihey
Ink their lliglil, Ihey plnyed In-tler
(linn they did at ell her nf llie p eding run
rerts, raKialty the "II.ia.Hy Manh,"
which Ihey gave by re.pnajt Hul Ihey
have a great deal yel lo learn. And this
bring ua lo the piano uaej at tin ae con-
certa. They srriunl In 1 tho woral of
their make la ni-'oin- and bard.
unyielding and UiireamiuVe, had tha
eltecl of grea'ly marring ha rlTecIa
Ihe Wagners Ull fe pro.luca. We mual
alv And fault 'Willi Ihe Pribram. They
have been printed with colored Ink on ml
nred ranllaiaril and have then fur rn-en
alni'xt illegible sud of Imle or tin ne, and
Ihey hava been illangur.nl by th, Inelilnbla
advertisement on Ihe mitaiilo yuv-a, lima
diacmliling Die ability of lha club In par
for properly print'il prtviaiu. We ilialike lo
any thia In view of Mr levy's dlap wltlnn
lo treat the publlo well iu all things and his
evident dealre to plra-e. "Ilt fw l, u
Una." Taking one thing Willi-another.
however, this aeries of concert ha mads s
decided Imnre!iiil Upon the rily a proving
that with sums energy an J puali and a Utile
ood taate a grow ' "'ay bo don to a.1
vam-e lb cause of gwud uiuaia, vocal a wall
LOST m ELEYEK INNINGS.
CLOSE AND EICITINO OAMB AT
CITIZKNS' PAEK TKSTESDAT.
An Inoompetent Umolro and av Weak
Second Baseman Do the Work Kddle
worKover e Bucoeeerui Debut m a
With the exception of Second Baseman
Dugnn, the Memphis team played good ball
yesterday and roused the enthusiasm ot the
spectators to a high pitch. Atlanta led until
the save nth. Inning, when Memphis tied the
score, after which the gams was close and
exciting and highly enjoyable, tho only
drawback to thorough enjoyment being the
miserably incompetent umpiring of Mr.
Beach, who lacks two important requisites
of a good umpire eyca aud backbone. He
doesn't half see what Is going on. Yesterday
Atluntas rascally first baseman, Qulnn,
threw his arms around the base runner and
held him to prevent his making a base.
Everybody within the park cnclosuro
saw it but Mr. Beach. At another
time a Memphis player was at the
hat with throe balls snd no strikes.
Tho umpire was looking at his indicator
when the next hall came over the plate.
"How's thai?" cried tho Atlanta pitcher.
"Strike," replied Beach, without looking
up. Iu the lust and decisive inning (juinn
was caught napping at first and the umpire
waved hi hand to him to come li. Qulnn
refused to budge and the umpire declared
him safe. It is understood thut he now says
lie waved his hand to signul Qutnn that he
was safe, but that Is not the way It looked to
tho grand stand. All through the game
Uracil made glaring errors in calling strike,"
and bulls, and so completely proved his un-
ntuims tor tho pntitlon lie occupies mat too
crowd guyed him unmercifully.
Hnlillu covered short In an pern style ana
ouuht lo be kept thero. With a good man
at neconil the present infield ia good enonuh
1 he acore gelling oi i no viaiuns organ in
the tit-Nt inniliir. nud was kept up in the arc-
end und third. Hilly Huith being wild nnd
inc m-ctivu. Itwuannly iifler the tin nl in
ning thai he begun lo do good work. In the
tint Merling not Ins bune on four bulls.
king-Icy hit aufelv In shortlleldnnd Sterling
aeori'd on a wild pitch. In the Hecond inning
.MurK got a single ami solo second, hlien
vol his bii.aeon four bulls: Cary atruek out.
Willi Hone at the bate ihuwciI ball advanced
Murls to third nnd Mica to sceond. llowu's
single brought in Marts and Hiiro. Sterling
lilt aulu to short, Jlowe going ( mini.
Klngiley's hit to center enabled Howe and
Sterlmi! to m ore.
in tlio inim inning yinnn urovc mo
bull to left Held for a two-buic, Maris Hew
out (o lliinn ino, Shell's double sent Cjiiinn
aemts tho plate, and tho former acured on
lliiirau a fumble of Carry hit.
Mcmiihia, lu the menntiino, nnd arnred
Iwo runs in the aeeond Inning. Minth hit
for Iwo bane, (iruulich got hia baso on four
bulla. Ridillo hit for tlirea base. Smith and
The bciri urn ntt of the foitrtn Inning saw
the aroru 7 to 'I in favor of the visitor, but
Ihe home tenin, nothing daunted, pluyed a
plucky, ui. hill game, kcllyled in llie fourth
inning with a double. Mnilli followed with
a amnio. dmulich sent an euay
one to second, and gnve hhra a
clianre for a double play of which he availed
him-clf. retiring the runner and Muiih,
Kelly a.lviiniing to third. Itlihilo pit his
buao on four bulla and Kelly nuitJ on
iNtwar'sw ild throw to second. Neither side
aenred in the tilth. In the sixth Kelly
nguin touched the ball tor three bates aud
on d on Multh a tloulile, inukliig tho acore
4 to T ngailit the local. In the aevrnih In
ning the air wua black with leather. Work
over oiened tho bull with a double to center
Held uud w a cheered all the way lo second
baa,. Mcliridu's ihiihiiu Hy waa mulled
bv Uiilnn lo lh ureal deliu-ht
of Ihe crowd, whoeedialiko lie had Incurnsl
by iuiH-ding baae runners. Ihiiran followed
Willi a double, Wcrk.ivcr and Mcllrido scor
ing, and liinrnn mnking llilnl on the throw
In. Cuvadv it rove Hie Hall lo riirni netii lor
three bar and Ilugnn acorcd. Tlilatieil tho
worca, and auclirheaTiiig and yelling a went
un from lha crowd ha nut been hounl here
for months. It's been a long time aince a
Meiimhia crowd bad auyi.iiiug to cheer for
on a bull ground, and they eagerly embraced
Willi tne acore lieu, Aiiania anocxen
nut threw runs in Ilia seventh
Itininu. llowctmnn got his bat, on
four balls. Uuliin hit lo shortalop, who
f nml led and irui the runner a life. Marts
lilt to ion.l, fuuiblril baara full. Mma
bit lo kceiind. wlio failed lo r"l th, ball.
llowermau aud lulnn aroring. Marls rured
on Carey's aacrtlice (o right held. This put
Atlanta one more lu lit Irwl lo id t.
In the eiuhth Inning Memphis learned lha
bud by una run. Kiddlo eent a duulila to
,-l I field, atolo third and xxirrd on llaua-
wine'a aa. rilice. Atlanta failed lo acore.
At llie iMiciilnir of tha ninth inning the
antra aloud 10 l.i S in favor of the viaiton
and every lioily tliotight lha game waa over.
home alartrd lo go, but the gain wa Jnl
hrginiilng In get Inlrrratiiig. Mcllrnlo's Mr
In ceiitrr field wa mulled, and net led
Iwotiaae. Dugnn followed with a doiiblo
and Mcllrido aronnl amid Ilia plaudit of Ilia
aiN-rlnlura. t aaaaoy aarrmcati lo aimrt an
vniicluir Hugan lo thirl. Kelly Hied to
critter held and 1iil-tiii acored on the throw.
tn ing Ihe game, aim. I a lorna.ln of almiila
and chrara, and rlaiiiilng of hands and
atamiung of feel, hiuith pill ill hi llmal
dniilde, but waa Irft on aeroiid by (iraulich s
nut lo renter. Atlanta senin Uile-I to acore
In the tenth inning Ituldle agnin art tho
crowd wild with a triple Uicenler Held fence.
Iiniiawin ami oranver airin a mil, .wc
Hnde iniileil Kiddle in Willi a a.nxlo lo ren
ter. Ililg.HI Hied nut lo left llebl. Sleriillg
making s pretty isU li uf what looked like s
1 1 waa II lo 10 In favor of Memphis when
Atlanta went lo Ihe bnl in the Irtilh inning.
Carry Hew out In I u.uuid?. Cheer. How
anl a ainele. Iilcn. " of llie loliib l titer
ling rnpfied Ilia bull for Ibrea bne and
llnwe aco-eiL (I, rent ili-gnt Kingalry
hit lo pili her. who lieldrd lha hall lo the
data iu lime In cut utt Hierling. 'l ha Al-
laulut tried lha blurT fame hy prrlemiliig
thai Ihev Ihoiihl Hierling had a nml, and
liegali pulling up their bat", l lie crowd
homed "uul and "play hall." while lha
l laTeraon both anb-s aiirroun.Uil the nm
jilr and aliollteil their view of lha
caae. Th li m pirn declared Hlri ling out. snd
altera V L-oroua kick on the pail uf tha
viailora the gam, prucct.h-d. Memphia
failed In arora. guinii, of Atlanta, aei.l the
bail In left Held for one baa, end wa rauglit
tintmlng at fit -I, bnl alter beckoning lilm In
lite umpire ibclilcd him not out ljultin
then alule arcond and ai-ured nil Mica' ainglo
lo lei l Held, thii ending one of the nmel
en ltiiiK gimc ever played on the local
Iniiiin. 1 b...aw.
I aaaa.lr. 8 h..
l.ranlh k. I b
Hel lle. a a
tn.M in, r. I.....
AT! a Ta
Howe, a a
st'rlltig, I .-
K lualrgr, 8 b . ........
Il.iaeiaanu, r f....M
o,ntn. I !....
klM, c I
aura. 8 U....u
hr Inolnaa .
Wemrlila....-..J0 10 10 18
it .Mia i aaaa
nummary; Karnail runs Memphis a At-
Inula S. Two la Mta-Iiigan, pmitn a,
Ultldla I WorkoTer, Howe, eternng. i-ww-,
Sluli.n, bhea. Three baae hila-f ". -
aody, Kelly, Biddlo S. Double plays Shea
und Quinn 1, Honemann and Bhea. Struck
0UtHy Bnitta o, tarey o. mse oa naiis
Memphis 3, Atlanta 8. Wild pitchew
Smith. Time ot game Two hours aud forty
minutes, tmuire Ueocn.
' Tit, Clam) Today.
Cruso, the new player from New Orleans,
will arrive today and relievo Blddle at short
bauswlne will pitch, and Young Wood will
cover second. The following is the batting
order; Mcllride 1 f, Cassady 3 b, Kcely o f,
Graulich 1 b, Smith ft, Cruso ss, Riddlo o,
Wood 2 b, Bauswine p.
Blrmlaabaia Weleala New Orleans.
Special Idaiten to Tb Appeal.
BiaaiMuHAJi, Ala., May 10. llio Dan
gaiu, this afternoon wus one of the best of
the season and a large crowd was present to
enjoy it Tho Birmingham pitcher, McCuI-
lough, Is a treasure, and lr the rest of the
club will give him any support he will pull
them from tho tail end ot the league.
BisamonaH. a. an. r.o. a. a.
Mill. SI)....... 1 2 0 2 1
larauaueta, L I.. 112 0 0
Lewli, 2 li. 0 1110
Dai ley, 1 b, .... 0 1 0
Tnnbv, e 0 2 7 2 0
Klelclier, r. f,.....m 112 0 1
Alllwin. a. a. .. 0 0 6 2 1
Ore a, e. ...,. 1 9 1 0
McCullougU,pM..-... 1 0 0 0
Total.. 11 rT 27 ia I I
asw obi.bans. a. a a r.o. A. a.
rolliemna, a. 2 2 10 0
Dowlo. S b 0 2 12 0
llullaud, p ........... 0 2 17 0
ileC.nlrk, 1 b........-... 0 0 12 1 0
P.. w.ll. r. ?....... 1 0 0 0 1
Ward. 2 b. ... 0 0 6 8 0
Kuhlcn,e 0 16 4 0
lliuton, a. a...- 0 0 2 2 0
bcuaobcrn, I L.... .. 110 0 0
TnUla... t 8 27 I
nirmlnuliaui.. 0 0 0 0 4 0
New Orleans ...- 0 1 0 9 0 1
Huinmury: Knrucd runs Birmingham 8,
New Orleans 'I. Two baae hit Lewis.
Ilouhle plays Hully iinnitcd, ard una.-
ainlcd. lVuwa on bnlla Olf Holland 3. Struck
out Itv McCullough 7.by Holland 0. I'asaed
nniia i uiiien o. inuuui guiuc awu uuuia.
4'he.ltiaaooKa 9, C'barleaton t.
Kpeelnl PUpau-b to Tba Appeal.
Ciiattaxooqa, Teiin., May 10. Tho locals
beat the Chailestous today at an easy gait
The batting of the locals and the terrific
Kpecd of Jones, tho local pitcher, were the
feuttircs. Chattanooga's singlo error eave
Charleston their only run. There was s fair
C1IATTAKIKMJA. a a.B P.O. A. B.
Hpeer, 0 0 I t 0 0
I olunn. r. f .. .. 110 0 0
Tooln-y, I. L . 2 14 0 0
Miller, a. a.... . 2 2 0 8 1
Wiiot. lib. 2 8 14 0
AppletraU. c. t .. 0 110 0
l.lu. I b 0 0 S 0 0
r.tr.1. 8 b 1 2 8 0 0
Jours p... 1 1 e 0 0
Totala - .. I1J?1JL '
rKABLuroK. a. a.e r.o. a. a.
Ilenneaay, r. f . 0 0 10 1
t luahumnna, 2 b. 0 18 4 0
llaua)r, a a..-... . 0 0 16 0
Mnoro. e. f 0 110 0
llouarhnlilcr. 1 b...... I 1 10 0 I
I. ana. L I ... 0 0 2 0 0
Mnrroy. b.. 0 18 1 0
Hradi-nlinrx. c... 0 0 6 2 0
Ajdololla, p.. 0 0 0 1 0
Total I 4 J IS 1
Mllli rota fur nut touching flntL
( lialtam4 ... 4 0 0 0 I 2 I 0
tbarlealuu 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Kiiniinnrv: lairneil runs Tbadanooga 0,
Churlcaton I. Double pluya Miller, Mi-Coy
and I. it; r itrnmniona and Ilonarholiler;
Itnuanv. Kiixaimmoiis and lluiiacliohirr.
Tao-btwe hit tolgnn. Miller. KonL Tl
baao lilt McCoy 'J, riM-er, Moore, htoicn
Imaca lixihev. Miller. McCoy. KiUilmmon,
Murrnv. MaenNce lill Applegnto Z. Sirucg
nut llv Jonca 7. hy AvdelotieS. Bnaea on
balls 'IV Joiie a, hy Ay.lelolle 0. 1 aaaed
ball Bradvnburg 4. Umpire Hunt
I hern lagnMlawillig.
Wou. IxaU. I'er I'vtll
IS t .an
10 T J.ia
7 S .4'4
a ii .ui j
1. New Uriatn..
2. I lial'.ilnn .aM,
8. I haiiamaiga...
4. M. n.i.uia.
At Binton Xew York 7, IWnton 1
Al Chicago-Chicago 10, I'ittaburg 8.
At til. Uiula at ImiuIs 10, Columbus 8.
Al Cincinnnll C incinnati 10, Alhlctirs
At loulsville IlriMiklyn 10, Ioiiiaville 0.
At Cleveland I o llaiiaM)liS, Cleveland 1
AlKauaaaClly llnltimorel.KanaaaClly S.
At riiilu.lclphla Washington 3, rhiladul
Bacswibb Is the waakrsl batter In the
Nrw Oei.xiss struck a sneeat Ulrmingham
Wnir'a ihe matter w.lusliorl slop IliddleT
He sail right
A cur it like Qnlnn oncht not tobeal
luwed lo play on a reaiiei taMo diuinond.
Mr. how Hilly Hmith did pound lh, ball
yealcriluy. "n ull. It like this, you see:
liooo Imv. K.lilie Workovrr. (iet the
gauge nf lloit arcond luian and you'll hold
yuurown with any ol mem.
hi cm ball as Menndila playeil yetetdav Is
final eiiouirli lor any cmw.L All ine Kxia
tor were delighli-d with (be 1ml live liming.
(iau t.li H fills flralbaaa very antlfncloril
and Caaa.vlr doea very well at third. With
another pitcher end a good baikalnp w, will
have a ball learn alter all.
Kddle Workover, a local amatenr, offl
rlaleil aa baekatop, and wa a great Improve
ment un -titer ami limy the equal
Riddle. Ilia throwing lo Ixar waa not tip
to Ihe mark. Inn lor a Inat attrnipt lie al i
reiiiarkably Will. Hi two Imgirer In llio
aevrnih inning brought down llie grnn
aland and act t lie bova lo cheering. If Kdilio
can nverconia hla tiervniianeaa and keep
cool brad li Will make a llral-ulaaa ratclic
Tus Atlanta caliber. IViwae, laalumtaa
freah a youth a ever wearied a grand atnm
Ilia mouth ia agoing all ihe lime, liven bo-
hind ll bal he worka hla Jaw. coaching the
ptlclier Willi audi trtii aa Una: "Mow.nl
man, play ball!'' "I but'a ll. put Via rhiht
over Ihe piuie: ' Mi-aoy iitrra now, wlmi
Im,oiii i, your temP" 'I ha aort nf thing
la very lironue. ami linwa i the only
catcher in llie world who imiuiur in it
hear 111 one wont J Imagine that he carried
lh nil ir dull oil bia aliuuljcra. 1JJ wa
applva do awmil
taaw,i r.lllwr Aeiamra.
Sr lal ll-iti h lu 1 Ik AtneL
Naaiivu.ig, Tenn., May 10 The nine
teenth annual ara.ion of theTc mieaaea Prraa
Aaaaciatiun, held on Uaard a leaiuer during
a aix dnys' trip on tba npia-r CunilM'rlaiid
lllver, rbrteil Imlay. The ax lalion abi UhI
I harli-s II. eiai k, of llrlatol, preaident U.C,
Matthew nf Memphis, W. A fro! of
8hlbyvllle and J. C. Jm kaoe of Maryville,
Vlr, prraideiila; pilkin C. Wright of Men
pliia, aeerelary, and Mr. H. . Miller of
Naihvtlla, treamrrr. Iteviliitlnn were
adopted looking to tho paaalng by the next
trgtalature of a libel law giving proper inv
terrion lo In w apaper and the public. It
wn doeiilfd thai the axanrlallnll abould
u ui la Willi tli. National Kdilonal Aaaocln
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aclrctril aa di irgulea lo ihe next annual m
siwu of Uiat eiKauUaUou lu lUoll, Mn.li,
THE LONE STAR STATE.
A GENTLEMAN WHO IS NOT BEADY
,TO BTJBBSNDBB ANYTHING.
Texas Haa More Thlog-s and Better
Things Than Any 6 pot oa tho Green
Footstool Tbo Question ot Feminine
Beauty Btlll Open and Debatable.
Dr. . B. CranDU, ot Waco, Tex., who Is
financial agent of the Baylor University at
that place, an ex-Journalist of reputation
aud an eighteen kurat prohibitionist, is In
the city as a delegate to the Baptist Conven
tion. Like many Journalists, Dr. Cranflll Is
prohibitionist in theory and practice, aud
when not attending to his duties as an officer
of the university, tills in his time in pulver
izing the rum power and planting torpedoes
all around king alcohol's throne. He is a
native Texan, and knows the big State from
the hanks of the sinuous Red River on the
North, to where the dark-eyed houris peer
across the pellucid waters of the Rio Grande
on tho South. Of course be thinks Tsxos Is
greater and grander and bettor than any
State on earth, aud his pride is natural and
"What do you think of Tennessee, Doc
tor?" asked an Arrrai, reporter, who met
bim In the Teahody Hotel.
"You have a grand State," he replied; "a
trifle undeveloped, but a grand State, You
have some fine farms and your woodlands
are majeatie. You ought to are Texas,
though. There the woodlands are truly
beautiful; especially toward tlae coast, In
the low lands, where each umbrageous tree
li decked with pendant lappets ot moss and
tnnule. while. lithe and lush, tba wild vines
mount to the highest branches with clinging
reruns; or our prairies on the wast, where
you cim ride for miles and miles and miles
without seeing a tree, over mesa roiling
ahudow, suvo the shadow ot a fleeting cloud
.in. ii. a iiuliii c aiiait u,,u,.a n .. t
let, never falls. These prairies ere earpeie.i -with
Howers and grosses, and flecked with
domes and cities, the architecture of the
mirage. You ounht to see them."
"How do you like Main plus as a city?
"Pnlundidlv. Memphis is a great city.
But yon ought to see some ot our Texas
cities! There wo"
"Doctor, how do you liko our paved
"You have good street here, and substan
tial, if Ihey are rough. You ought to see
our strcota in Texas, pnved with hols d'aro
blocks, a wood thai lusu ana pracnuaiir
never succumbs lo decay. They are smooln '
"Don't ron think that Court Bnuare,
wlth its fountain of living Water, Is quite
an attractive place?"
"Very a very attractive place; and I see
neoplo are enjoying it. You ought lo are
our pluzua and fountains in Tcxoal There
the nrtciun water gmdics up out ot the
earth with such force that no extra prcuuro
la rrtiured lor loiintulns. "
"How do you like our puulio school sys
l our system Is good enough as tar ss It
goe. but yon ought to see our free, aclinol
in Texaa.' We have a fund of lG,O.J,0i"J
und lamia wilhout end."
"Memphis is very tiroud of her Dohce.
Doctor; how do you like them?''
"l'lmt rate; as fine a body of mm ss one
rotild winh to see. Hut vou ought to se.
our Texas police great big fellows; and
brave? Why, men of national reputations.
There Is Jerk White, Manhnl of HnuaUin,
onn of the Immortal foriy-nino Irishmen
who, under Ihck Howling, captured the
Federal gunboats at Kabine ras: (hen there
is Ben Tliompaon, Marahal of Austin; Jim
Cartwright Msrabal of Fort Worth: Chris
linger, Marshal of laliatlne, and King
Kichcr. a frontier HherifT. These mcu are
lighters when It comes lo bravery."
"And where are ihey nnwr
Whv, Jurk While is in Uoustou iUIL"
"And Ik'U Thompaon?'
"And Jim Cortwrlghir'
"And Chris Roger?"
"And King FUlierT
"Headend Urn: alt dead-all died with
their clothea on, hill Ihey Irft name behind
thorn at which lh world turns pale and sent
acore In the P gion of diaciubudicd spirit,
ahiiwl of them.'
"Ioctor." iHTaiated the reporter, "we have
the greatest river here, at all event."
Ihe greatest river? rturge! lour rlvwr
Is larger and longer and has more water In
It and ia wbler Ulweeu Hie bank, but yon
ought to sec our Tetaa riveral You ought
lo ace the Hraaoal lodar you ran torn It
dry-shod and tomorrow. If Jupiter Pluvlua
sriida his raiubow, tt Is swollen, aeelbing,
tor ri lie, awful, and majeatie In its fury
perlec-l beaora of di-trucllon.
The reiKirter reirettni In good order,
drraaed his ranks, rallied his tones snd Biade
another attack wilh: "What do you lldukof
tho beauty of Memphia ladirn?''
"Hprakliig of ladlea," auid the Bnefor,
evaaively, "yuu ought to are our Texas
Indie! Why, we uaed lo send our girls to
the older Hlaue to achoot until It gl ao w,
could not get them back again. Their beauty
was such Ibat aonie gallant waa aure to fall
in love wilh them and keep them. We had
lo build a university at Waco aud keep our
girla at borne."
"Hut Doctor, how doea (he beatify of
Memphis ladies compare wilh your "v
braiilieaf' "Well, I sin noi a eomprtensi X "
hnrs bnl if you don't want lo loa V I Dr- llaTm
aiiviaayonlo keeo lliem away fiv.'.Yiliged If
and keep Texa boy away from T4'tiiin of
Keininlne inveliueaa la not a roamop "I i)
tribute by any meana, but Tenil. J
Tetaa t OS talk about
d UT 1
other time, (iool evening." ami
drew uiicunqucrrd bul not triiiin jiliau
A Wakl karlly.
Tie Baptlal RniiUrium, or hospllal move
ment with headipiarlers at Ft Louis, Mo.,
la one of Ihe moal needful Intereats before
the great Ilaptiat brotberhiHxI. It Is not local
or a. UUh lo it work, nur is it rontrullcd by
any one 8lalo or section, It la simply held
hy (he donors fur the llaplials. I'p to the
prevent It has coal Ihe denomination but
littlo, compared with ihe good work It has
smimpjlahed In ( hri-t nam,. It la t pure
ly charitable and mlaalonarv Inatltullnn. Its
mrMirate Innly coinnmd ef Ihn
Hnpllaia, who ronlrihiua (lie money
to build It Kiliy Hollar enill-
anylm.ly In mrmlienihlp, and ene
vote In It enllm altair. Kvery ail.lillonal
.'iO one vote. All inoncv eoulriliuted In It
are lied for land and building, while lb
su k. who ara aid lo pay for hoard and
nursing, keep np all tha oilier enpenar.
It is in Hub way erlf-aupportlng. ll now
greatly lire. la mora room, and every member
of tha Southern llaidiat Convention al Mem-
I. Ilia li earneailr a-kiil lo lake a nienil r-hlp
n lha "llujiiiat Sanitarium (llo-pital) Aani
elation." Ir. W. If. Mayflrld. phyairlan in
charge, and Wm. M. Henler, the preaidrnt
are niembrra preariil at Hie rnavrtillnn and
will gladly wait on the vl-llora. Iletrnuc4
U Ik Kly and the Mi-vonl drlegatinu.
Tk, ftagglag I aeiory llaaglHg t ire.
Special IS. patch tu Th Appeal.
Jacksu, Mia., May 10. The director of
the bagging factory met here tielay to Biako
further armtigeiiiaiit rrgnnlin tin ralab
liahment of the baling faclory uuo In be
o pencil here by ihe Karmer' Alliance. Tliey
raiivnaarj lh return made by the can
Vu"r who were apKjloled to solicit sub
arripllinii lo the "lock and found thai wh U
thoa who hail re,rled bad met wllb grawt
etieoiiragemenl, many had tailed to report,
an that they were without the neeery data
to Iril exactly bow lutieli of the sie k bad
been Uiken, On (lila account lh, illreclur
tmallMined final a tlon until after lha meet
ing of thedvlrgale ronvenlioii of Uia larai
era' Alliance at llirmlogham on the 1.11b
inat. They adjuurud to meet at lb tail el