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THE JUDGE'S FEUILLETON.
VARIOUS AND SUNDRY 8AMPLE3 OF
HI8 TUNEFUL MELODIE8.
A Learned Discussion Upon the Myste
ries of Uuman Nature-The Poela of
the Past and rreeent Reviewed Crit
icallyWhat Is Neoosaary to Poet
Tho Jwlgo lias returned from a visit to
Hot Srinirs urinyintf with him tho flush
of health restored upon lilt chocks. Tha
Jndiu is mcntallv rejuvenated, as well as
physically, and It is ponderous intellect ho
sways by tno force 01 ins inuoiuiuiuio win,
liko a dry loaf in a cyclone.
"How did you liko tho Springs? How
did you find your old friends thero? How
did you Vill tituo and employ your wind,
so long accustomed to activity and a
struin that would bring bono spavins on
tho kneo joints of ordinary iuiollecta?
nuked an Ari'KAt reporter.
"I enjoyed myself hninensoly," said
the Judiw! "I wnt there for rest wholo,
roinpleto and thorough rent. In earlier
days, when I first entered tho legal field
ami Mlowod tho Intricacies of its many
inilin. thoro was no rest for mo. No
niiitter when I paused or where I was, my
mind wus continually nctivo. I strove
with tho fine-drawn dillnreiice between
mi ixiHiitorv devise and contingent ro-
niHiiider; I labored to distinguish botweon
a doodand and ft Don I'icrns fairy; I com
butted tho tenacious idea that biiilmitnt
liu.l the n-iuolost rounccliou with bonds,
or that a fee, a fee-Himplc. a fee-limited or
fee-tail hadany nioretodowithaliiwyer's
lee than It hue Willi lee, ll, 10, mm, laiiirn
the blood of an Knglishuian. or that any
psute In co-iinroentiry would romo to
entlmr lii.n lnn Ul imoii the domino of one
if tho tenant sisters. I used to worry w ith
these things in my younger days, but
now," and the Judge looked back through
the loiiii aveuuo where every just decision
stood as a milestone on bis march to
resent glory, "now. after nino years on
tha lm h. siirrnondo J as I am with an at
miMnhir ol iiidiciiil solemnity. I hsvo cul
tivaicd tho faculty of Uiking my caso and
rniovinir vagrant uilL'rimaues throiiirh tho
realms of ixtetry, art and history. It
with individuals as with nations, no pron
rcss ran le made until a surplus oi orui
miry mtvstiitit'a bus Itocn acquired, am.
lliii suriilus. this ability to rvst on out
tuiralu ll v from tho best and strife an
irui'L'lu ul pvervibiv life lius a hummus
ing ellrrt. We im'o with clearer vision tho
wants and sriLmwra of our fi-llow mi'ii;
we liocomo inoro rHleclive and chnriliililo,
mid have greater sympathy for human-
"Whilo taking my second ronrso of
baths a friend of minu sent mo a iiiiinn
script copy ol lnnte's "Inlerno" from
r'lurvni-c, luily, w hero bo is making some
uutiiuarian rewarchea. Una stums w hich
1 traiialiilcd in a desultory manner, among
others, struck mo forcibly. No man rail
read it without I win it In-nt'litlcd. No man
can appnviato it and harbor Jealousy or
piipm or pride, those ugly attributes of
uvturlirh soula. It runs like this:
" 'Kvi'ii Hit ammflak li-U s dixlow fall
An U Ihv rami 11 IH sinks lutisi;
mi may Hi purvl. I.t.uljlil .ul of ll
From Kimt'iiiue wrung, to Una Ui know H
"That is r irellent," said tho reporter.
"You have a splendid dimeiniiHiit and run
pick out and treasure up poetic gems like
born critic, lo you adiuiro imclry Very
"1 used to I do now, although much of
It has Ix-en kin kuU out id me by the but-
It-ltun ol adverse wave. I likeietry that
is pta-licel poetry Unit is I ho clllorvsceuctf
ol the stun
M 'hot lh l--n.l srare an.l unary; not the alllliil,
Kut Ui ulv w.ui.lrvm audita Imia luecliron-
risen above and out of himself; when be
looks no longor upon, mere apneance,
but, by the aid of the mystic light from
above that illumines his undorstuiidlng.he
can see through and beyond the mere mor
tal outwork, the simple environments oi
his fellow man, down Into tho hidden re
cessos where lio concealed tho tender sym
pathies, the nob'.o aspirations, tho gener
ous impulses, tho heartfullness and tho
soulfulinesa, nay, tho vaulting ambitions
that somutimes o'erlenp themselves and
subject their owners to cruel criticism
whon ho can see an mis, in npiiuui
and vftrnljli, in spito of pretenso and pro-
sumption, in spito of tho vices and vanities
lllttl Clllll ttll'l corniuu hid auui.
times 1 used to write poetry. Hut no man
who is ongroBsed in tho aiiairs oi mo, "
man who permit tho sanctuary of bis bet
ter nature to bo profaned by tlm aacnleg
ions footsteps of human weakiiofcs aim
wickedness can write poetry, and, i may
add, that none such ran appreciate it. 1
have struggled with iambics end spon
dee", with trochees and so on, until 1 was
tired of it, but never nun a uoairo io .u
lish any of thorn. When 1 am gone, w hen
I am gathered to mv luinors, numu "
more sugo and capable may edit aud pub
lish them." . ,
".In. l,ni " nuiitli thoHcribo. "it you win
(jive mo one, of Corinthian or Ionic stylo
of arch itecluro, Tire Ari'K.M. will publish
it, and wo will set it up in louiiie-ieiuie.i
nonpveil with a display bead over it that
u'iii .rii'n i m iiiirtiiiiHS iiimiiittur u tutiuw
iivn rhill when bo Bees tho wustu of
TI1IRD AND LAST CHIME.
ANOTHER LARGE AUDIENCE GREETS
THE TALENTED AMATEURS.
An Incident of the Opening Night, When
Occurred a Shower of Plowere Un
precedented In the History of the
Memphis Theater etazo.
Tim Jnilun nmiHcd awhile, then replied:
I don't liko to do it, because all the
other papers will bo alter me lor giving
'I'm A i i i. ii 'union, as voil cull ii. i
want to bo fair. 1 want to treat an uuao.
I .hni'i u.nit to aivo tho most r.iplious a
tauso of coinplainU Wliat stylo is that
vn,i riiiiiiui ' nit no mailer: ncra is una
i u-nitn imiiiv venrs ili'o. You eo how
vellow tho nailer Is. Ho careful!
crumble in your hands.
II,'B Itl lllllfl.
Kul Uir l.-arii 0 Ur. anil p.itnlMu, clil'lrl
l7 ml ainl art.
Kul lb.' miii.I- wimUaud Diwlwl i'thigln Iri'in a
''Koine poets have won (nine that do not
diver ve it. Utliris have won (uuio who
do Jiwrvt it for some of their work and
who deserve exeerutioti (or some others.
Think, for instance, of Lord Tumiysou
'Amt lh ttrlr lil r on
Tu Oii-tr liaM-u iiikIi i inv Itlll;
liii. 1,4 11m l.nirh ill a taiiuii'it hani.
AuU IU auutul ul a uUt IIiM la aUlll
"Now wliut iioiwemed him bi yoke tho
two first hues lo the third aud forth? What
do they mean? We apeuk of a liauilel
iiuiler the hill, a viiietlad colUuo under
the hill, a slauyhter-house or dumping
ground under tho bill, but a stately ship
that ploughs the otvan aud dcliiM tho lury
of Neptune, never! And if this fault
could be condoned, which I rlitim cnniiol.
whv should he at beat couple an idiotic
abstraction with such a general, such a
concrete r I osier of di-lincs as ill the two
htat Inn's? lio liiil didn't kuow what lo
any. or lie was crmv.
"He is imt tho only one who lias been
?uilty ul this alovctily work. Take 'dray's
lei!)'.' upon w Inch lie s'nl setcn yeuis.
hewn yraiw! Just think ol ll! Only two
years kwt llmil bso s lit wearing tho
sisitleaa eruiino and mukiiig history on
the bench. Ilow would I if" down In his
lory, think you, if 1 could not show a U l
ter rerord hs a iii'l.-e Hum (.nay ilo-s as a
poet?'1 (Hero tho Judge ta-t a lMik
Ihroiitdi the inUty vaixirs of rominii aji-a
toaiti just how much paet would l,e
R veii in tho biographical dictiousrie, )
"Ar.d vel Inatorv insv do me innilue,
Now Uke tho pihilioii from his 'Klegy,'
" 'Knll inanf a -ts of nmt my. arfi-ri.
'I he lUia iiuUiIniiii.iI iav.a ul iw-eall l-ar.
I ml iHMiiy a ll.met ! tMifu ii i.iu.ii utixrn
Aiid . w Hi awii iiiiiauu ilia tU--il air.'
"Now I would ai-k what on csrib I
means hy Wrene, and why he put ll
then ? I Km it ouiihly the veib 'Ihmi
1 lieu it should bo ail adverb, 'serenely
l''it it oiMlily tho noun V'eiu?' Then it
Is a clunky imleeistil. Why, lio Inibl
With aa in in h gueo bbvo livd machine,
tureen, iliiilinn or nnuliing eU'thal would
fill out the ime uikI uiuke a iliyuie -that
ail ho Wailtei!. Why did ho not chnilk'O
the riimlriirtion the sisni.i when lie
loiind ll could iiol beren leruilseiisiU'.eaiid
intclli-eiii without stiillniij iii an axirt,
liiesniiilesa woid; Why, lor instance,
iiut i lio iiisko ll Una wuy:
'Kull Uiany a )nvl,-.. inn erf ,f-l rar
1 1, iUfa mil all mi. ! r.,. m.-iot U-ar.
Alll IIIIM II n.ii t, 11 Ult'l I nil' M a.
Ami -l ilinr snvluna uu llw d il air.'
"It might tint Iihvo tii-n as sweet and
mrliKhous but it would Ihj rorrerl, ll
Would not Is- ancrilleiiig the seii lo tlie
Sound or llilillf lo In t to hort leered
Verse, And to think this It Ihe laW (
Judge, Bill j llio repotler, "you mimii
in lie clever at pnarplirasiug, Imve you
nut at some nine or oilier ronstnicted a
ihxmu out of tho raw material, as it wen ?''
"liidivd, I have, inuny a lime. When
I was an articled clerk attirav's Inn I ued
to wrribblo over everything tbal enmn In
mv wav. like l'ois). 1 lisis-d in nmiilxMs.
IS'heii the judges would tru away lor their
summer vscsuon sml when the Imrnstern,
attorneys and roiiuaellors would eithur ki
or lork themselves up la their housns and
pretend to be pine; w hen after a rare old
ramble throuyh tho outskirts of town
I returned to my kxlinirt where every
thing was so on let. so still and
hushed, I often usel to (wl that overflow
log of sentiment which wells np in the
oul of every true poet; tbal refined ecatary
of fecliug LLuit coiues to a luaa when be
1 ,et hid tell you
l,.i I ffiim, to unto It. Wo were haviliu
111 ll1lllt lull (or Cniistiihlo In our beat and I
lli.iiinlit it ii iro.nl subied to write on. t
railed It 'An Aulumu idyl,' und it i;oe8
It v lul
1- '.rLi-.l lliililiiliii: Jih ul:ile.
All.) till' i"l T. 1.1 till' IIiiHiT.
fm.ii ilia ll. lilnau l Inimuiil lii;r
Itl. t i in. ii i i ' I Ii': Mini Inwera,
IVnuiuliu nr Kliirmiu SUilu.
Now heiilrrel m-iluri-wiil
11 1 . 1 . bun In llii' leily Iniiqll,
Alel llwriiiiillils'n A-iiixn-ul,
Willi iMl'v'l erilliewelll,
1 ! iiu It Hie hi'n- llilur.rewent.
he. k. Hit.' uimi lliut uiiIuj Hie .I."T.
go V Hie ninn llial fllila llieiiiclilca
W Mil ihe il'iw or lilnliii( hue
The iihiltU'ri telil in klen
Vi Ii .in lie i.'.i-i. iitnl "lylv rlmelles:
"llnwily! llnoilv' llnw a llw I'nekloJ
llim Hum ln'ikjr Imra do r.i!"
Tli' ii he It'll Hie liinpl ycimisll
All Hie m ti'li ol 10" lite,
Ilniv lie iiiil.il iiml iiinlle I. ami no limn
t ver ImiL In a lleteely, lis'insti;
lllnl lie. llir n.il.le-l i:niliilli,
I.e. I tliu Hilt ket ul I lie IlkhU
Tell Hie (snner. Il'l'iilnu Jnei'tit,
lluw In limn lineohe ai-eliea;
llutt lie lie 1 1 Minim inlvi'-. til.ltailt,
Ami Hie iH it-lto tiiiiley. l il ml.
lluw III ili'ill I" ll 1 1 t Hll lilt. Ill
lAiivmg lot 1 1 if plain Jowl suJ greeni.
V Kit lilati'llliiietit tlellii'lliin
Ait I illt Hi' irii"ii'iil. MiclluWi
lie iinN-ee! vt nit Hie iie4',ilnu
lif ii.i-.li. iil. Iiy H.a mh lion,
Ati'l ilie (urnier mi elii ll'itt
la mlea liii-lltv ulhvr lellutT.
"Kiitranclm:! Knrapturing!" shoulod
Ihe r'Mirter, corned away by tho gorgeous
i,m riuili eiieu of tho tuneliil liiliiioers
"but can't you Bive mo auolher sampler
J iii nun more one. if you wish, written
when your young miiso was trying us len
der pinions onu more to innko a ivtlter
display, and send all ronlemirrirj
laowling Willi Tan",iniou"TiM-ii i"n"i'i
"li.l iini an.? 1 uld tho Jltiliso. rum
suing in the box whore bis metrical treas
ures were sept; "Hero is aiiouicr inn,
wroto when very young. I had Just been
admitted to the bar and secured a gisid
(. Iroin a friend who. as 1 afterward
learned, went to law for tho aecial pur-
of emu ovum mo. t was tlie.iseii
LiiltliMiilv. 1 isn s-ouro you. and il is pos
sible that I may have Uimi a tnllo fond of
tnvself, though, II 1 uo any ii uiyscu, i
used to bo rather good loomng wuen
younn. and am not an Indifferent looking
' ... ,1 It..,
man now, wuen i u- usi-u "p.
is the poem; -o what you think ol iU
linasliif mo II rn esn.
l ui a so on Tinir Iismi fitting man,
A rati li all Hi nU tnuuf loan.
The Bolls of Cornevlllo clilmod
sweetly gnin yesterday nftornoon to wol
como the return of Henri, tho marquis
w hoso grand and gloomy old caatlo had
stood for years deserted, save by Imaginary
ghouls, owing to tho Loir's exilo, as ono of
tho fruits of war.
Tho chiming is a more figure of speech,
to express tho performance of tho popular
opora hy amateurs, undor Amateur Ath-
let to Association auspicies, and under me
musical direction of l'rof. Kmilo Lovy.
Another largo and fashionable audiuueo
was present to witness tho production. It
was a fitlini! climax of tdlurt aud uiuntour
skill, luich and ovcry ono pnrticipaling
ncquitted thoiiisclves with tho degrco of
excellence expected from tho promiso
practically given in the preceding per
Itevertiuc to tho first, niuht of tho
. .. , i.
niHirn. there lias inns nir cseupeu pun
lirity nil incident mill musiraies
tho severe ordenls through which
Ihe stiiirn iiianiiL'or for an amateur enter
tuinnieut must frequently pass. It was an
emergency ihut railed for no luilf-way
uiCAsureH, and ono that niiiety-nino men
. i.. i i i i - ...... l
Clil 01 0110 Illllllirea WOllIll lllivu u,u.ineu
and fallen before. Just before tho curUiin
was rung up on tho opening scene, rHiigfl
Muiiiieer MaeSweenoy beheld a Lorgeous
orruv of troiiical llowers. Thero wusnolh-
nt a iirinim;. the aver.130 ciltzen win oic
serve, in that sort 01 uistuav. liainor was
it a riiiHO lor rejoicing lliul llio delicious
perfume was present to dispel llio (lump
and musty condition which created ob
noxious odors. Hut eternal fitness of
things must bo subserved. Tho oeniiig
scene of "Tho Chimes" deals with pleas
antry. The youth mid iniiidcnhnodof that
clios of tho village's inhabitants were
collected lo wag tho longuo in gossip
and lii-k'tim the eventful nnuiinl fair soon
to open, for llio opening chorus the stago
director had placed thojieoiilo 111 twoseiiil
circular lines, tho Indies in front,
with military precision. It some
what ro (-led tho witness of
a company of raw recruits executing its
lirsl platoon w heel, liaueii in uiu mum 01
il by llio coiiiiniiiider to reprovo the iwil-
dinra for Hot keening tho line. It was
pretty, but for is'usnuts one could not help
rcma'i king that Urn "old man" of these
boys wus deuced III teral in tho matter ol
drens for his ollnpriiig. However, tho
feast for tho eyo ileadoiied criticism on tho
departure from bistorical correctness in
Continuing. Hut Mr. MurSweeuy IM-r-roived
that a more si-rions ilepai lure hud
been made, one that llio critic might
poiinro it)ii, and even hold him up lor
furtigation. r.vcryixMiy in me cnorui
wore a boiniuot. They ranged In style und
muko-tip Iroin tho single rosebud and le d
to the corsage arrangement ami on up tho
grudo to nil nniiiciiso wreath hung with
charming gmco over tho shoulders. This
discovery was 11111. lo just prior to
the signal to roll up tho curtain.
Il nromej tho ardor of the sujier
visor. Ho didn't believo tho peasant
eirls of France. UOtl voars ago wore llowers,
mi'l, furtlwr, ho was wrtuin llial mhiio 01
the llowers luakiiiK bis eves spnrkle with
tleliiiht were not tho n-sull of the earlier
linniciillurisl's inuentiily. s-kill and a
tient exiHTinient. "I'll have no llotsers
liere," lie exclaimed, and followed it up
Willi a determined dive for two of I ho. nm-t
meluresiiuo and fragrant rollecliuns. IU
ierkixl tlii'in Iroin their fastening mi l wss
proiveding along llio line with reckless
shviI mid MMsisieiicy, but sMin found bis
task a light one. Tho Indies had suddenly
realixcd tha meaning and force of his
liimiuage. unpinned thei bmi one Is and
poel lliein ailenliy 10 llio rear, u w as
remarked that never, in the history of tho
al shco. was thoro such a show or ol
streets were all occupied
end entnusiastiq beings. , . ,
Certainly wo must navo Deen yiowea oj
3,000,000 of peoplo at least. Can you con
coive It? No, I know you cannot, but yon
can try. And then tho corps, un, what
a poem of carriage and soldierly bearing!
What perfection of mnrching! Nver.
nover, ft would seem to mo, Los the liko of
it been soon. " .
Just to notice tho crowd ahead, ana
to watch tho effect tho corps producod was
the sight of sights.
The great sea of fares, comparatively
calm and passive before wo were seen,
would be transformed into a perfect storm
of smiles, waving banners nnd haudker-
chlels at our approach, w hile inecnoonnK,
tno yelling, the uncontrolled aumirauou
and enthusiasm drowned overyiuing in
1 rocpuontly wo would bo componeu 10
"mark timo," owing to some delay in
front, and when at tho command. "For
ward, inarch 1" wo would swing forward
(a wholo company front, stretching irom
gutter to gutter), in tho full, free quicK
step, known otily to the coriw, tho crowu
never failed to go mud with admiration
and delight. At Eighteenth street wo
halted nnd drew 11 n at a present arms,
jwhilo President Harrison and bis Cabinet,
Mayor Grant, (Sherman, (irovor Cleve
land, the Kupromo Court Judges, Ingnlls
and various Hcuulors passed by in their
carriages on tho way to tho grand stand. .
And there is where wo tnado them
storm, as we swung past liko ono man be
fore tho grand stand, with field mimic
sounding and rolois drooping, salut
ing the President, Oh, I wish
you could havo felt what I've
felt, and what every individual
man in the corps has felt today, and then
vou might understand how wo cnjovcxl it,
what a swolling of pri.lo, what a feeling
of sullicieney, what a thrilling in evory
nerve and lilier; what tho plaudits and en
thusiasm of llio people ami the glory of tho
occasion mada each 0110 of us to feel ran
only bo understood to tho full by a West
It was grand; it was glorious bevond de
scription, and tho memory of It all will be
a never failing snnrco ol pleasure.
Wo left New York City nt 2:30 o'clock
by the same boat that took us down in
llio morning and arrived homo again nt 0
o'clock, dining on board the bout during
the return trip.
Wo have holiday tomorrow and I've
devoted my evening to telling you all
about tho now past event. 1 can't begin
to tell you all in one evening, rmlllco it
to say, 1 am sorry ll Is all over, lor we
have been bigger and more important
men today than wo probably will ever Ihj
sg.iin. bneli an cxiMMicnco, such a Bight
wo certainly will uevur sea again.
r HANK IV. W.
MR. BROWN SWORN IN.
DR. T. B. TAN C ST RETIRED TO THE
WALKS OF PRIVATE LIFE.
Impressive and Pleasant Formalities
Mark the Event, Causing the Deposed
Democrat to Take It Easy Mr.
Brown's Probable Policy.
A NARROW ESCAPE.
A Colored Infant Ticked Dp by a Cow
catcher and Dadly Brblsod.
When tho train on tho Valley road wns
passing along a point neur Hollywood,
MisA., on Friday night tho engineer saw
in the distance something on tho track
which ho stipNMcd was a hg. It wns on
all fours, moving along slowlv. The
whistle was siiinded in tho usual way nnd
tu tho trainmen's horror a nearer ap
proach revealed tho object to bo a bid
tiling baby tlril stood up when it saw tho
train approach, holding out Its arms as
though reaching for llio thundering en
gine, llio uir li rakes were instantly ap
plied, hut for. some reason ihev laiied 10
nilch ami me train strum inecniiu w uuo
going at lightning speed. Tho infant was
caught upon the cowcatcher and carried
along until the Irani stopped, unci-
animation It was found that the child was
still alive though badly bruised. It was
turned over to tho lis-al physician.
AN ENTUUHIASTIO WfctfT POINTER.
I'm s SnnUr Iwnl vomit man:
Aatw yitu limn mli. ruinm aiao,
A rlaatvll" -tiinkur,
A ilMi'tienl )nkir.
A tlla uixkruaac joiins nan.
"Now hero's another that '
This is nlentv; lliniik you, Judge.
'Hut let 1110 read It lo you."
"No, Judw spare me! My heirl Is full
now; let mo itcier inn least mini uiiur ami
not surfeit inysell this tune."
Tin Ai rmi 's hired band was down tha
stairs and gone.
PI1KIN O. WUI011T,
Journalist and Writer.
New simper ariulea of all kinds written.
letters, rtways, rena, circulars, etc.,
written or arranged lor puiiiienuon.
Smw ii'i nrensieil. dewriptlvo arllclca.
t. .' . ... I. :.. I
adverliM'tiienis, iis-.ii nonces; sity sum ut
artu ltsL Iroin a love letter lo a i-liallengo,
or from a eennon to a theater party writ
ten. All communications stiuily rontb
lentliil. Addrt'M, care of business otlice of
either duily pssr.
raor tmm Nlawrl.
t mm Hit t'tH'lt.
Mother (ctlliiig daugliler fioui parlm)
What is that It oriihlu smell?
Ihtilghter Po'iih! IV tjniel, Ion Miguel
tie Ciirniiiba Is ith me. Ho bus Jl"0 ul,
issl. What vou smell is his K'irlie brent h
and the onion is'ttiaiiiiu ho ums. Just
wait till Pin hi v lie.
I nr Jr)M trnr
1 H itnriotii'a i in rint n vtw.
11, V II kiii Alilerloii. W. T.. a,tvs: ' I
lisve iin-aerilHsl II In a large number of raw
of reile.in i al night, nnd iicmm iIimsx
etnTiillv. sil l !" Ill r.i- of Inillri lioii
r.iuwd I'V lai k ol autlli ienl a ilno luliftd
Ilie atonnieh, Willi m ilked auiers, an. I con
i.ler ll ime of lite bc.i rvtm'dies knuwu lo
Ihv ptu(. mi'iiiiil tsorlil."
Sik Sisw llirsh It.
Miss Pe Pink lib, mother, that re
minds me. The other d.iy I wss tiding in
the rant when that wrinkled o'd lady came
In, and It's a (net that Mr. iVsmnrt, who
didu't know nii at that time and dido, t
even sea me, iiiiiited right np and offered
then hi la.lv a seal. W osn I I list nolill'T
Mrs. Io link serenely I lie uuin 1
know you at the time, but I happen to be
awnra that be has long knots u the old
ls.lv. fhe is Ihe grandmother of ono of
the prettiest aud richest girls In the city.
l.o.k wm lur t kalrrs.
Miiksvl Poim 8rTioM, Iaos Moiiar
ain lw K.-Messrs, J. A C. Maauiro: I
very sriilnm use Patent Medicines in my
practice, but have found Magulre'e llenmr
runt lor t holera, Iharrhea, i'yseuiery
ClO.. a must rahulitn tireoaralinn.
J. It. M ASCII AK1, U 1A
Tb brrrs IrM !.
Nos. Sol snd Till Front street. New
nisiiivfujvut, guod rooms; good fore; low
How the Boys Enjoyed Tholr Expnrlen-
ess at the Oantennlal tn New York.
f atrai ! Imm a Prlvala lllcr ol a ileiuhU fsdet.
WT PoiaT. N. Y., AprU 3A "All
for glory the soldier's life."
If you could have formed part of tho
3,(MI,tXI0 of peoplu that cheered, raved,
and went perfectly wild over tho corsi of
cadets, ns we gaily inarched at the bead
of that immeiiso proression of 60,(XHI men,
vmi mmiM have realixed the truth of tho
above quotation, (ilory may Isfvanlty of
vanities, but certainly today it has liecn
for us the reality of realities.
lUtiring lust evening at 8 rt0oclcxk,
we were anukuiicj mis moiiinig ai
o c.ih k.
Five mlnules after we were double-
timing lo breakfsit, and after a fifteen
minute hasty scramble for lotsl wo were
double timing back again.
Tru minutes bad hsr.l.y clspcd after
tho return from breakfast, era, armed and
ccoiitered, the rorpe was wending Us way
low n the hill to tho dis k where lay the
Mary Powell, with steam up, ready to fly
with us to our detiiiatiou.
l.ltllo the time it took lo embark, and
S'hiii lite rss ol tno eariy morning sun
were gilding (ho loamy ripples tnado hy
the swift plow of the l.iMest steamer on
Ihe lltidioit as sho steamed awny lor Arw
Yoik. An enjinahlo run was uuido and
wo were landed al tho lUltery al-out 8
Wo mnrched from there up to and in
front ol "Old Trinity, and there halted
snd wailed (or the forming of the proree.
Numerous latteriee of the Third ond
L' .1. ft...tl...u H .ll .ll. 1.. m..m
rotlllll .irillieiT unwuini ill ,.u. ivni,
and iliiring tho lu l we met and cliutlo l
Willi niuiilters ol 1HS,-M (frailuates.
linsllv alter niui li waiting the proces
sion was put in motion about UK l.to clock
l in-t ciimo tlm mounted iiohcenien 10
clear the Ktieel, then I ten. S'liolield with
11 staff and cseoit ol cavalry, then Ihe
corps ol cm lets wiui lis iimul and l 01
Hawkins with lua stall. Alter us came
the regular V lute I Mates Irtsui, inlaulry
and artillery, alsiul tweiilv lo thirty com
panies strung, and Ihen tho uuhlia ol the
As 1 have said, we started and bsdi up
the march, the like of wbit h I have never
seen Is'loro in r can ever hopotoaee again.
U, how shall I begin to describe It ail to
I ruin where we started rlear to the end
of the march, al Piliy-ninlli street, a dis
tance of not less than ten miles, there was
a solid wall of human forms lining each
aiilo of tho way twenty rows deep on the
Hands were to the right of us, stands to
leu ul us, stands ail around the four sides
ol I uinn Square, each filled with sn lio-
itvnelrubln mass of animated, cheering
faces. The windows, the cornices, the
toM, every avsilahle spot of each and
every building that could command in any
way the route of march wore packed and
Jammed to overflowing.
livery individual lamp-post, tho telo-
grnou I'uiva ana iue wsgous tu tno cross
' ft seem lo me," remarked one of our
rlti.cns thi other day, "that pliy-lelnna ara
allowed emraorilinii-y lieenso In llio iitnnut r
In which they Jiig'lo wilb the welfureuf
ow here is 1 t . w .10 wns aiienu-
liH Mr. up lo Ihe lime of his ilea'h,
stnl if he IreuU'd him for one I him ho
Irruled him for a doxrti ililter nt iliaorilcrs.
Ktrsl the diirlor aa.d pneumonia wns the
triitible; llien It wasronsuniplioli. Then the
palienl wa doaeil lor lirsri Innilile, and so
on until Just Itcforo he died it wusaMer-
tamed that illM-ase ol the kl.lltrys was tho
n-itl trouble: ami Ihnl which hud been at
tir-l Innted as pneumonia, mtisiiiupiiiMi.
heart iIim-h-o, rle., wero but llio symiitoni
of kidnev iliscase.
"Hut then II was loo lata.
"This Is only one raw in s hundred, snd I
am lirgiiimiiir to im faith In the doctors
altogether. In f n't, I bnven't hud any need
Judge Henry W. McCorry. late United
Shttes District Attorney, vacated his office
about two wocks ago, for the benefit of
Col. Sam W. Hawkins, recently appointed
to succeed him.
' Thoro were none of tboso formal and
Impressive ceremonies which are calcu
lated to rnako tho deposed olllcial fool that
bo hud not livod and served in vain, such
as took place in the caao of Dr. T. U.
Yancey, the District Maivhul.
At noon yesterduy Dr. T. Ik Yancey, the
United States Marshal, accompanied by
Juincs W. Drown, his newly appointed
successor, appeared before Judge Ham
mond nnd stated that Mr. brown was
ready to qualify and take charge of the
office. Judge lluuiiuond produced a square
looking document addressed lo him from
tho Department of Justice, read a letter
rcnuestiiis him to deliver tho commission
to James W. llrown upon his giving bond
and qualifying as required by law, nnd,
taking dowu a cony of the United Mates
(Statutes, read tho sections prescribing tho
bond nnd oath ol oihce.
Clerk Clough producod the bond and
stated that il was in duo form and thut tho
sureties had justillod as required by the
rules and regulations of the Department
of Justice Indorsed upon the form of the
bond which had boon sent from Washing
"Wr!!, diat do you say to this bond,
Mr. District Attorney? Are tho sureties
sulliciunt?" asked tho Judgo, of District
"Yes. your Honor, I havo m.ido dili
gent inoiiirv. outside the oaths they have
taken,. as to their property and Hud that
ull have Instilled for less than they really
own, and think tho bond ample security
for llio tiovernment"
The Judgo thcrctiixm Indorsed his ap
proval oil llio bond, and, rising (mm his
seat w ith uplifted hand, administered tho
prescribed oaths to Air. Jirown and handed
him his com mission, saving to blin. "1
coiigTAiulutoand welcome you, Mr. Mflrshal
to tho Court. Wo hope youradniiuistraiion
may be successful in all rcects, and that
our relations shall bo always pleasant."
Mr. llrown resouded by saying that he
should do his la-si to discharge his duty
satisfactorily, and hoped to have pleasant
relations with tho court and ollicers. Judgo
Hammond then took I'r. Yancey warmly
by tho bund and said to hiiu: "We are
sorrv to lose vou. doctor. 1 am especially
lorry you are going from us, for 1 havo
learned to liko you very much. You have
done your duly in all icsperts, and our
iiitcrcimrso hue liecn so friendly and agree-
uhlo thut I wish you had been allowed to
stay with us."
Cnpt Hawkins said: "Dr. Yanroy goes
out with the best w ishes and cordial ro-
siH'ct of us all, and we ara sorry to seo
Cleik Clough said the same thing in
cllcd. and Col. Hamilton. Col. Patterson
and others present congratulated the new
Marshal warmly. and as warmly bade
good-bye and expressed good wishos for
iue retiring .narsuai.
"What are we going to dt for money?"
said Judge Hammond to tho new .Marshal.
"Yancey is not going tn give you Ids money.
lie has to hold on lo that lo settlo Ins ac-
counis nnd turn over tho 'surplus' to Washington."
"I don t know, lour Honor will have
lo draw on Washington."
"Well, Mr. Marshal, the first great duty
of a Marshal Is tq keep plenty ol money on
hand lo 'run' the courts," said the Judge,
us ihe old aud the now wunt oul together
to tho olliee up stuirs, where the ollice and
property belonging to it were all delivered
to the uew Marslud.
Il is reported that Marshal llrown will
make a clean sweep ol the present depu
ties, though he was averse to any utter
ances on the subject
for their arrvirca since 1 begun lo keep War
ner's Ni'o Cure In my lumw. a Utile over
three yrars ago. W henever 1 (eel a liulo
mil of sorts 1 lak a few dine if It, Con lb
Ienl Unit I be source of nil dicae is In tho
kiihtry. which I know Warner's Safe 'lira
will keep tn good order, and will eradicate
snv ibx itv that insvl'e lurking lher. II id
Mr. followed a similar roiirw. I havrini
doubt Ihnl he would he alive today; but of
roitmr all eplr ilon'l llittik alike.
"One thing Is crlain, however, and thut is
the doctor are ullowrd a little too mm Ii
freedom ill tha way they have of pretending
lo know that which Ihey r ally know noth
ing shout. If Ihey don i know what i His
real trouble Willi Ilie put lent, Ihey should
iiilmit it, and not fro on ami riperiiurut at
tha coat of the patti'iil lile.
COTTON THIEVES ARRESTfD.
Tom and Ilanry Dean Wanted Over
JVputy Sheriff John Palmer, colored,
came over from Crittenden County yester
day nnd took charge of two negroes., Tom
and Henry Dean, who are wauled for theft
of rotloii. They are charged w ith stealing
some rotton in iH-oeinber last from tho
plantation of Messrs. Ilmoks, Xeely & Co.,
ullhisritr. They weio at work on Mr.
Muck .McOonnell s place, some miles from
this citv, whore they had rented land,
when found. The am -t was mado bv
Oll'nvr Kichardsnn, who knew and located
them. The prisoners will be Liken to
Ws wonder often why more attention Is
not paid to tho raising of strawberries in
. . ... jta 1 1 ..1,-
the vicinity ui aieniiiii siiii psjienany
through Northern Mississippi, Ihe soil
ami climate about heiiatohia seems lo be
rticnlsrly adapted for their silt roslnl
and pmlltttble culture as a business vent
ure. I -as l wees nan ampin evitieiice
of Ihe truth of this. J. (. l-aulor, of that
town, baa paid great Attention to raising
small fruit and vegetables, and believes
in.Mt fully In Die rapacity ol Mississippi
soil and ciiinste lor tha production of
atrawlNM-rlea. He has an acre ami a half
of the Marvin strawberries In full bea-ing.
Whilo in Ninalohis lut week a represen
tative was shown me largest straw lierries
he had ever seen, ny Mr. Umlor. who
picked a number of Iheao (terries, of w hich
eighteen tilled a quart measure, and ol
these throe or tour measuretl six inches
rsidi in eireumfrenre. This seitinnd amnio
evidence of the sdapubilily of the soil of
Notthern Mississippi to the pnxluction of
et raw berries, and dis s great credit to the
auterpriae ol nr. i-aiwr.
La Maaootte and Ollvatte Week of
Grand musical event. Nights, CO rents:
ni stliio-. 2o cents, Tickets for sale IkflJ
Main etrrrt Last coucerl of tho season
Sunday, 10 ceula
There was a frog who lived In a spring,
lie caught such a cold that he could not ling."
roor, nnfnrtunato Batrachlan I In what a sad plight he must have been.
And yet his misfortune was ono that often befalls singers. Many a once tuneful
tolco among those who belong to the "rcnui homo" is utterly spoiled by "cold
In tho head," or on the lungs, or both combined. For the above mentioned
croaker" we are not aware that any remedy was ever devised ; but we rejoice
to know tlwt all human singers may keep their heads clear and throats In tune
by a timely use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy and Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical
Tiiarnrv. both of which are sold bv druirelsU. "
Tr. Snire's Catarrh Kcmcdv cures the worst coses of Catarrh In tho Head, no
matter of how long standing, whtlo for all laryngeal, bronchial, throat and lung
affections, Dr. Tierce's Goldon Medical Discovery is positively uncqualcd. It
cures the worst lingering coughs and builds up tho flesh and streugth of those
who have been reduced by wasting diseases. It It guaranteed to benefit or cure
In all diseases for which It Is recommended, ii taken In timo aud given a fair
trial, or money paid for it will be refunded.
Copyrts-ht, 1S8S, by Wobxd's Dispiwsabv Msiucal Associatiow, Proprietors.
. Pierce's Pellets
!2iS' FUIIELT VEGETABLE I
PERFECTLY HARMLESS t
Unsqualed as o LIVER PILL.
mallcst, Cheapest, Easiest lo take. One tiny. BmnuMioated Pellet a dose. Curse
Sick Headache, nilloue hoadacha, ConstlpaUon, IndlstatlcMi, lUUoua Attacks, sod sU Ja
ranvemeota of tlx Stomach and bowels. 26 ornU a vtul, by imst-
Manhattan Savings Bank and Trust Co.
CAPITAL AND PROFITS, - - $100,000
t: Hananer. Pol Cob min,
J. O. llandwerksr, )isnlwl l'era,
D. 1'. ll viden, Jamei Nathan.
L. Levy, K. L. Goldbaum, Jno.
John W. Cochran,
, M. relers, C K. Urosvenor,
3. a Rohliiton,
D. F. Badden, Presldrnt
Jno. W. Cochran, Vlre-rrtsldent.
Jaa. Katban, Cashier.
ivward, sn1 credit Intar
m'MTMKST ROS'LH an t tha transaction of sny Hiislness of a inanrlal I harartor.
W nrrriVR DFrOITqin Snmaof OXE D)I.t,AR and np
Wn have Kxr Hunt rai UUIes for l.anniina
est on asms smi-anniially.
is Strictly Klrsl-Clasl
u-. k... ..,.1 i.mla rsnltsL tan llirr with an honorahlr rrrortL and Ihl
Otnieraac.d Trutiraa cordially Invite buslne from all chv Sea, and will endiuvor to uoril
the conficlance so long repoacd In I hero.
EXCHANOB FOR SALE ON THB PRINCIPAL CITIP.a OP BUROPF-
A Movement to Organise Initiated In
Memphis Another Meeting.
In answer to a call in Tits ArriALof
lust Hun. lay a nunilier of ladies met on
Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'chnk, at the res
ilience of Mrs. A. D. I-antrslair. So, 03
Court street, to discuss the foruiatiou of a
club, whose efforts should be devoted to
the promotion of the equal rights move
ment Quito an encouraging bilk was nude
uKn the subject; however, the allulr was
merely preliminary and altogether infor
mal, and a second and more important
mecliiiK is bnrehy culled for noxt Tuesday,
the Stst instant, at the samo place and
hour as before. The plan of organisation
will then I iieri ie.i upon, sua a largo ei
tendanre is hoped for.
This nioveineut is ol sporial Importsnre
to women who are proieny-o ners and,
cous'itiently, tsi puyers; lo women who
sre bread-winners, receiving less for the
Mine work than tlieir main competitors; to
women w hose lives are blighted by intern
ieranre and to women who are mothers,
this cause appeals ith more than usual
No less will il be rf interest to all men
who love Justice; who love tlieir wives,
mothers, daughters and sisters aiillieienl'y
well to lay ssnln prejudice and assist In tho
estiihliahuient of boiler laws laws under
which their lovetl ones may live, safely
protected, even alter death shall have re
moved their shielding aims.
At this meeting all, of both sexes, mill
receive a cordial welcome.
RKMHt Will Irll.
There srs "Illue l.loo.lnl" rn,1e, and
"Itiil hliMsled'' people, slid 'WliHe-l'Ooili'.l"
MNiile; hut I here are more "lia.l-liliMHirii
Kiplu Ihau sll Ih' rest ptil totirther. h.inta
liuii'S their blooil la siiuply Impure. In
Hist nua Ihrre is no Ix'iu r Mumly than
I'r ru ns, ihit soitiriimes tlieir blisnl la
iiivasril, and liorrihle hulenl aniuo if Ihesa
lllooil lUwiiM-aare. '1 here la 1'hnniir t'ntarrh,
for liiBiiuiea, and S rvfnls, and ( hronio
Khfuntniistn. t hronio V leers, and even
mora horrilila dlaean-a. These ara terrible
dieiin. and rs-rlnlly so wlirn Ihey hn-ak
mil at this MSv.nol the yrar, when Ihe lo ly
Is relalinx under tha rnarvatlni henU ami
yrt ha not a lsptej itself to Orhihlnling
aiimitier roiiillllotis. Happily, sullrriiia
manhood l nol w ithoul a remedy forsurli
.lim .Ml. i liana. ljitl ll a has pnive-l llsrlf
In ihotisaiuls of mam a Brand etna fur them.
As a Mood llrmnly It now alnmla iineonahsl.
Head its n-ronlln lr. Ksrlman's "III of
Ufa," arnllrea by 1'eruna Weiliclne lorn
pamy. Columbus. O. Tha arllon of .ba-ru-Sil-w
will Ih materially aided by koeplliR the
llowolsand llenrral Hystetn In rimhI order,
by mean of Maiew lin. Ea Ji relaiU at only
ti s bollle.
a DUDLKY rnAYSKB,
B. j. num.
HENRY J. LYNS,
Memphis City Bank
FULL PAID CAPITAL, 5250,000.
337 Main Street, Corner of Union, Memphis, Tenn.
Dr. VT. N. Wllkarton,
tt. K. Bemroas,
W. I. Cole. John League, P. P-Mytr.
a N. Grrirnior. . M. Oavln. Dr. A.I.. MiiMatr,
John A lcuia. Joltn II Mtitlivan. ft M. Va t-fo' l
Fulmer, Thornton & Co.
COTTON FACTORS, I
V. BOO TOO NT BTRJKT MEMPIH3, TSCTH J
ta Oa afaopkis Oreeery Otapsay. Ordns tor oooos prssspu aus mmm
LlWal Aivaaessel uafUse aai Omk mU te e tewl Oottsm r
Porter & Macrae
cotton factors ,
800 Front Street. Momphis. Tonn.
MARTIN W ALT & CO.
FOR THE SALE OF ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE
948 FRONT B5REET, . - MEMPHIS. TENN.
s-RrKr.nEXCM-0ti4S n.s, Ps or Cnnnsnra, R. O. I)r A Ca. .
ira4 Kai)rMrr r.shlalt.
Whito Machine, 2t Second street, near
Msdison, Msy IU to 3a
a. a a a - I
Foa your Sunday deaaort, d..n t iorgr 10
et vour Cream from Jeruu oowawti,
ordi-r vuiir Cream
enhone U or C J.
Wines and liquors to famiUoi stlow uricea.
EAGLE BOILER WORKS.
DANIEL SHEA & CO., Prop'fs,
(succEssoiia to em a a uocautut.)
BOILER MAKERS AND SHEET-IRON WORKERS
BepalrlDf PlactiUoa Eolkrs i Specialty.
io to U4 jnoHi Biaaxx. liSMPiua. tons.-