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THE MEMFITIS APPEAL: TUESDAY. MAY 21, 1880.
... 1 no
Washington, Mny M. .
1 i For Alabama: Knlr. uurtiierly wlniUs
UsllKlilclianircs In lempenitiiro.
v-or Vlsslsslni.t: lair; unrl
bwomlnK vrll)le; '.fcbily wanner lu .N.iiilirin
ration; stalluimry tcini.cr..tiir.i ill wiillicrn pur
Kor Arkansas; Kalr. tatl.innry tcmperalm In
wrs'crn pillion, wanner In aisuru iwrllou; north
erly winds. ... ,
Kit Tenncsc-. l.lilit ls-nt shimrn. (nllmve.l
,y generally Islr wcitlier (luting tlw ilu: nottli
westerly sllahtly warmer, imM lu caul-
cm portion: stationary temiicniliira
Waii UhrAiuNtxr, r. . Ki.isAi.nnivirt-,
Mi.mmis, Vim , May is'. Im I
Will Mcr. Tliuo. H r- . .. Hum.
Ham '"?' W
Hum - ;'! M
Mixl'iiuin lempmitim, V.'; tnliilmiim t.-incrn-lin-M.
Itnlnlitll forcl.iy. (voil. Ulvn suti'jivtp in.,
1: U. I'llillISP I" I'"' twenty-fuur lltillls. 0.4 full.
HIE HEM VMS A I'VE. Mm
,,,, vmr tl" en I Three month,
mu.nl.Ui bil nioiiltl
, ycnr 1 I H1 moiiiln fl 00
ttM'AY AND WMkl.V.
id uiMiMiitTuit!) and nuitirosrKNTii.
t. inlirit lotl.-rt mill isiiiiiniinlctitli.na upon ,,h"
.silt lit ip niTHl Interest, lull "i h mini laytto
i.ii.inpunlcil by lli nam '"l i'l'lf" '
rlii r. sjuanitiler nt LlM1""' '"'lu entire-
kpnu-IMIIly. N.i notice tnu Im taken m euoii)
muii niininiiiilr dlnns.
Inn initul. admit lor nulillcallnn mii'l I written
en cue lilo nl ll" p:tr only, .ml, nilli nil oilii'r
s alum ei.nii.s-t.sl ollli II .ninriiiiu.'i.iiriiii.'iii.
lii.ultl t MifSMl iu the l.ililnr ul I no A-
...1. yi-mtitilft. Iron.
ftrtantiol. s rule, iin.lertiike In rcluru articles
kul lull u J sulnilili' lor pulilicalloiL
Ol ll M v"viHK tU-KlilS.
...,rn .in'. .l TIIK AITr.AI.. Mi I'J Tribune
luilljlnir. Nrtt York. J. K. Van liorvn. l.'lal
lull ill Audit
COT 1 OX.
KivliU of pnllon yesterday were !
u.iiiil 7i;2 Mimn dnv lnt year. I lie
mitrkcl wns quiet, smile I'lilr Im'Iiii!
tlif -HirliT InkltiK liK'ntnl I In' iuii'Ti lU
M,i.,i.,li.r Tlii'lui k on linml i ri'iliircil
in l'iix'1 IiuIi-n: on tin miiih' iluv lint ymi
it. I '.ninlml ai.lr.1l ,nr. Hih.Ih i Iiimm!
in., nl i u- llllllll. fiuli'l III l.lveril'Hll llll'l
linn Nt New York ut mi iiiIvhiiC) of I I'm'.
Kulunn nilviiiiicl I l' iinli N-
(i ! .tun, I to 3 nl Ni'W Yolk mill di-i liiitf I 'I
to 3 ilnt nt l.iviTNMil N.-w York win
not inlliii'iiri i liy dm ilri lino lit l.lv.'i .ool;
on tin' conl ruiy. nn mlniin o win n nn'il
ami o liriucr Ihi.b i'lalilUli(''l. Kput rolloil
of llir Iwllrr umillly N M-llitiK nt NVw York
Ml l-HIr n.lvanrp on niiiiluliiiiin. At I.Ivit
mmi, mviinlliiK Ik S'lvirn n lo utimt liiiii,
Uic milU will nut cnrlnil llii ir .roilin tloii
u Ioiik llii ir coiitrurM W illi iiiiti Ininl
coiiliiuin for tln'ir ii'iy at l" riri', lo
In) ili'liviTiil, 11 llliull PlH'll lll'illlll. X
lmrl lima it lout I fur liy mill lln i'l' of
Inos', nnd linvlng nlrcndy control of petro
leum niul liiiiscoil oil, It requires no groat
retell of Imiiginutlon to .couroivo In tho
uonr future John I). Rockefeller dictating
totliewliolo country tho prices to con-
Kinneisof till llieso Important couimoJi-
onlcr ought to he, must ho uiilicM, other-
w!ho niiiirt-hy Ij likely to ensue. No man
or hoily of men, no matter wlmt tho pro-1
tense, should bo permitted to tko the law
Into h!s or their haul, Tho Whilo Cnps
bhnuM bo cru.Hlip.l out In Arkaniut with n
BUiiini.iry oiiil scvero hand.
TUKHDAT. I t i I I MAT 91, 1UU0
BlllTAL TliEATUEST OF 7 U E IS
SASH In tlio nrholn rnnRO of historic lelniioiiy
.IJiiitxl by Anilmwr I. While, Into pre!
limit of tl. tWnoll I'lifyersity, to make
pleitr lo IliB lender, of 7'i I'vmlitr S, imt
JAmiAy. the .low pnxvv hy wlileli n Im
limlio tn-attiieiil of the initio Iiim coiiiu Id
le reciiKnloJ 1 a rurativu treittmeiil,
nothing liioro brutal low Ini'ii leveali-d
than Hint which tho teiwiiiniiy nd lured
In t'liicatfu lieliro JuIj rnnd.rK.nt
h.u nui overod n to thu kv.i,j i iii.mii ik
..Moent ol the Cook Cninly lnno Ay
luiu. Tliere, thin le'tiiimiiy hi ik' plain,
llm MNir, lielpli'M vit liiiin were kii ked tu
death in piirniiit of iirMo bv the keep
rra to lii.iko tle'iii inline or uioin iuatnt
limn liny weru r.'ixirle l. dnn rea N
tho tmtimony of lxtnotivo Mutineer
Il.tl with luted lie.illi, Hid with
In.iraKiiii; lielij;u.iliiiii. No I .rave iiuin
tin linaino a Htrotiit in in Mmiloiity
kiekini a (. How nun 1 1 d viili. Tint lut
tin of tho luipiiitioit w.r. p.i-.tinn-ii he
.lite Hie r.w of llill't mid of lvv'n lieio
Mated. 1 lio liinnk had the r.i -k, llio
tliilinlMt rew, llm .treteher nil I llm torltir.
liiK dr.pt of water on the head of M vi. Inn
K-nted and li"d In n rhair very ihM
to a roariun 11 nv. Tho phy.ieal aueiieie
rnl'ed iuto play wero p.u.il"d from the
Iktmiii to ho tnurderod by nt least tho itin
tanetiofthomaeliiunlu uo. I u t'lii-ng. iho
liiiinan brute adiiiiu of no intervention.
Mni armed ioel lluixhed thrt Work In
ban U iiiaugiirated. lie wan thero to m.iko
iiii'iil inon Ini.mo mid to kick the life
out of thorn who were not immediately
ivnil.il do (or their purpime, nnd while ho
wa Hum ciitMi'd the auperintendiiu I'hy
kii inri mid hi. aiw'mUtlU WelO ilinhoiiently
ihnwinu their naUrim taking llieir imho
Mid Hllnw itiK thini to lake their coiiimi
guided by tho rownrdly Mid hhii.Ii hmih
villuint whom Hill JewrilHit.. The di-h-it
ion and puuiiilitiu'iit of theM villninn Ua
inlti-r of puny nrkoniui;. but what U lolx'
dodo with the physicians, tho moil plodded
by their diploma and tho history of their
prolcmion to tho .ueeor of tho maimed and
tho ruru of the alek? Oivht they not to
be deprived ol their diploma and driven
forth aa Calna, against w hom their broth-
rr'a blood criei from tho earth. They
liavo no refuse. Thny arc responsible,
and Uipy alone, for state of thing that
put to sliauio tho treatiiinut of the insauo
In tho middlo ajt d up in tho Idea
that all Iho deiuentod wero 'wwd of
lovila and were, therefore, aecuiftedof aud
outlawed by God.
A HAMS Of LMOX.
The joint cominlttoe. of the two great
'leshyleriiui hudioa repreeilini tho
fcuelionul ilivihionM of tlmt chuiL'h liavo
agreed upon n bai of co-operation
In chui-cli woik that it is painestly
hoped tuny tilliiiialuly provo a baais
of union. Tho repoit containing thin
biuii in publiHhed III another column,
und (is it is lo ho debuted today by tho
b'oiithern rreshyteriau AHsemhly In fles
bioil at ChitttiiuooKtt, wo think it worthy
of thu especial attention of our readers,
thoHO particularly who nro iiilerested in
Chriutinii union nnd fraternity. Tho com
mittees liuvo KKreed at to co-
oieration in foreign iuishioii woik
lo coiiutuntinco nnd IndorMo tho nlti-
tudo tho missionaries, havj iimintained
one to thu other in Jnn nnd Ilrn.il,
when they have worked hand in hand on
common ground, pres'tiliiiK a united
front bitfiiillciuit of the union that no iiiiuiy
rreshytoriim, North and South, nro pray-
Inn for. Tho pxampln of tho Jaiianeso nnd
l'rn.ilian niiiviloii.iries, produclivo of no
much (food, in recommended to ul! tho
foreign inimionariea of both brunches, and
to theVomo uiiasiomirie, who nre advised,
when they coino in conllict iu tho Name
fielil, to divide it or leave it (o
ono nnd let tho other enter upon
another or new . field. They nro ulso
recommended, whero theru nro two
weak chin dies, lo join their forces nnd
form n mIioiik one, und niomhcr. of either
brunch of the church removing to tho
hounds of tliw new coimreirat ion urn rec
ommended to join it and thu. make com
mon ciiiiho ns if lliern was no division.
A to Iho colored K'ople, tho committee
recommend that their relation in tho
two churches remain iu Main tj no, Iho
woik MinoriK lliein lo proceed on tho huiuo
line nn heretofore; Hint nil powihlo
ChiiMtiau yniuilliy and kindly aid bo ex
tended by each to Iho educational nnd
angeli.in cHorls of thu other for
tho eoloi'ed men nnd that tho
whooU nnd cliiirrlie under the euro
ni tho hoard of inisilons for the freedmi-u,
and ii ii y I'orresjHiudiiiit work uuderlaken
by llm Siulhein Aiwintily, i-xs-ciiilly tho
TusrulooNit IiiKiitulo (or the education of
colored mini.iters, rhall ln heartily reeoin
mended lo the (."hers of the respect ivo
chuii he for piiicticnl aid. A to piihliea
tiun, tho limits of co-operation liavo ah
ready heen reached, n Iho publication of
bolli clmrelu-s urn to bo found on tho
ahelve of the Norlheru nuriicy nt I'liila
delphia mid on tliisMi of tho Soulhoin
leency In Uiehmond. 1'rom thl It will
U aeen Unit tho Iwochun hes have uiuiost
reached u busis of union. I'oc, lliesn lliini.'s
nxrei'd h, very hltlo lemaiiis lo ho ilomi
or Niid lo in romplinh ll moro pel feci iijji ce
ll!, lit, mid ooelliat all I'rcsbyteriiins would
very likely accept, and iihui w It it-It thereaf
ter them; united tliuri lie miht build
Hiirelv nnd eeun'lv.
WHO'S III1 UT WHO'S W110XW
1 1 w iil gmlity tho friends of public e.lu
inlioii lo know Unit the a- hoola of thoSlato
wero never nnue ii.h run lliau nt Ihi
tune, that the people wero never o illivo
to their value, or Iho 1' iiclieis morn pmiiest
or willing. The institute now lie-
iiiK held iu some entities mo well al
ien. lid nnd Hie piiHO ellered nt Iheiu
nri! timely nnd well piep ire I. In nddition
to llul Ilien- isevery dii-Hnitioii iiiauiles'.ed
lo make Iho Mate and National Conven
tions of teachers lo Is-held ul Na.ilivillo
kilccewful f i o.ii every point of view.
Tiik .ViomVr iniiiiMT ha In-cn aernli
iiuinu the rcnilentiary K .imi ucl and finds
therein wh it may pmvo a very vrious ile
fivl, one Unit nny place our Slate lu the
condition that New York ha been iu for
some lime of Im'Iiik compelled lo feed and
support arvcinl hundrvd convict in I. Ho
lier, Thi u 1 1 hi .hill tiling were
broiiKhl to In New Yolk by iho corpora
tion Intcii sled iu reviving Iho Icaho ava
A vniv luiMjrt4iili)Ui siion I likely oot
to lie bioiiKht ls'fort' llml niton I v limine
ol llm countiy in tlui form of a prosilion
oriiiinatiiiii with thn Alubmua Alliance
and Wheel, to thn clccl thai the .x
chaiiuea PliiMiirae Iho ue of cotton ha-
l-'tuK by the pUntem nnd allow a tare n
the bale I bus coverel. J lie Southern man
ulacturern hae d niu thia, and tho planter
want tho l"m liani s to lollow auit.
A cisa of linMitUnco involving the title
of soma Yiioo lands w. i decided In tho
Supremo Court ut M.iwiviippl, aitting at
Jiukaon verier lay, which i hkoly lo nl
feet Iho interesli of many tax title pur
chaaer nnd million of acre of Iho best
hind lu th.it Mule. Our correspondent, in
hit special, liMs. nl n a very fair tynop
iof the decision, which will bo found in
Tii Jtudon Commercial pidirtin hn an
covorfd a while load truit aa an olMiOot
ol tho Standard Oil Company' inouoo
Ursa and It tayi that "John D. Rockefeller
will aoon bo able to control and manipu
lata tho price of petroleum, cotton-aoed
oil, linMl oil, white load and at timet
tha tirlre of tuirita ol tuniculino. With
tha bl oil combine intereetod In control!
f tho while lead and cotton-aoed oil bua-
(iov. KAdia, of Arkansas, la isr-'atly to
le comniPiided f.r to promptly roIp to
Fornat Ciiy to conuunnd tho poaeo. Hi
jinm-nco wo ciiml to any number of
Iroop and had the dirod UecU A wan
ol courage, lio U alao a man of reaoun c
and in thi luslnnco he prorod that hi
renulalion for both roata upon a lure
foundation of well ascertained character
t-rrr t-t.t TTSm
Tn a Ublto Cap who ao brutally
whipa?d William Witllnn., nenr l'oplar
(irove, aa our Helena corrwpoudont tell,
alioutd bo bunted down by tha authorities
aud brought to puuUhmout. Law and
I" in in llic Arkn!ililila .Newt,
Tlieo nro real, earnest nursllons who s
right nnd who' vivii( uhoiil this Kedenil
Court inntter? If It is true, lis thu (Invite
und Ikmitfrnt so voeif. rou U nnd fiuntically
prutiiiiin that every tliliu that In: s tieen dono
hy nnd through I lei Federal Court ut Mttlo
ltoek during its recent session, Is in strict
accordance, w ith luw and Justice, nnd o fair
uinl impartial us to admit of no ipieslioii or
complaint why Is t ho history of tlio fact
iiuittctiont'd unlike unytliliiK that tins oc
curred in nil thn Stuto sinoo tho dismal
period of reconstruction and Helical
ini.rule? Is ll because tins judicial mill lias
heietofore fallen inbc.u'ily thort of its plain
duty? or Is it hern use thai elusi of pcojilo in
Arknnsas culled Peinocrnli (from whom
lliese two chiiinpions of strict morality mid
justice, tho (Initttt und Itcmnrrut, draw their
IcKitimalo menus of continued rxirtencc)
liuvo so di 'geiic-nilad as to demand for tho
puhlle uood this wliole.nle, uiireleiilim leiral
cast Ik'H ion Hint U now blotting tho fair
panes of Arkansas' history?
These nro 0111 quest lolin, wo a-sert,
Uioi.kIi these two Journals would lifivo them
iidniltofno dehulii ut nil. And is it not a
little strniiK'" that thero should he to wide a
(lillereoco spring up belween four great
Journal, ull of u pretended Dciuocriitlc
faith, upon tho question of justice
meted out to Hcnus-rats by a Itepub
licnn court? Tho journals referred to
nro the tlnzrlle nnd llemuerat of Little
ltoek, iihuIiimI tho (rrcat lirpuhUe, of fit.
Louis, und thu faithful und vigorous Ari'K.M,
of Memphis; und it may ho appropriately
observed, Unit (itivllt mid Vrmurrat uro ur-
ruyi'.l behind the battlement of the Itepub-
11,111 court, whilo tlio oilier two Journals
nre heralding burning truths from tho quar
ters of persecuted lieiniK rats. JIoW doc
Unit look and W'liut does it ull iiicnn?
'I'm k Mkmi'Iiis Aii km, of recent date, enst
Horn in Ihepalli of the Utile llockduilics,
nnd caused thn Ih mitrrut lo Ki t trended nnd
frantic, uinl elleileil frpui it a round of abuse,
which it iouri i on the head of lis Memphis
outeinimriiry in a inuuner Hint Is amusing,
lo sav Hie h a-t of ll. In Its lit of ran" I be
lirMurnil ilelioiiiiiiulus TilK Al'I'Ktl, li ub-
surd, puerile, Indecent, unmanly, vupld nnd
frothy. All Hint, however, does not unswer
Following is a pari of what Tua ArrrAL
Tim AerrAi.' rfViirt tn Is-tnttf nf tlie TiioniH.rHts
I ArksiiMi". siriiliist oil. mi llm Ki-I. ml siilliuriliisi
lh.-n hml 1. rie.nl. . I a itii-i.le. lis v. Iis.l III)' ell.-l
limlsy llm Iiiiii.Ik nl 1 1 . inn.sMiinis Him, i.y Ilia
nl. I ul ii We I noii'. sinl in ko. lun'-. aen-111 a
lialr Hay lo Ull Oir r.'l' ml irx'h. Willi n i lnl'l.l
elll'll. wlnl-i- Olllv l-llllltf MS- lli.ll I It.-y wen- w..rk
ins iN lins rsIs Mini . iifar lr lit luis-w el llieir
lurty. .-.iiitii m.4-.i1s Peiti.t Mile ivOH rs an irv
1111! t'M'M'liln anar or a ulivl- lur Hie i ruunle,
li.il ihelr aiKuni. 'in are Ihiii.' ami iiiimiIciiI. ilia
Nii.le sre in Ine m.m4. sunt ul n.e liters.
ll will bit sih'ii from the excerpt Unit Tiik
A I I I I, got III his priHliling steel oil lite
Vtrri ill I111.ro Hum one sensitive sil.
ll liitimnl. s, as not a few pcplp of lite Mate
nre l cinnlnR lo believe. Hint the "pure and
iiiipur. Iiasnble 1 leni.HTiicy" of tho I.illlu
li.s k il.nlle is Hot what ll should bp is not
u Ihing to bo li pi inl d on III an hour of
That lliero bns Iten at bnst attempted
oersenniuii ( I'oin.s ruis, Kiolly at most of
iiiiliil.'iiliinial no. I only lei Inilcal viohilions
of i lls lion laws, few people III Ihis arelioii
1I011I1I, ull Hie Little Kock Join nulisliu Ver
lii,ily In Hi.' c.inirary iiotwlllislaii.liii.
J be r.'.t rllf. in 11 two ml 11 m 11 ai lielv ill ile
feiix. of lite I'l'.lt-i ill Court nciiilist the seoreh
leg criticisms of llm Fori Smiili 7Viir uu.l
many ether paera over the Slate, says:
"Thry lists net tall.Ti.1 the li-s.l III
itiVKliil tbsl ll'' ts.ttrl mi iillisr.'.l ami .iikhii
)rl lit ism. l.i. .A-ln-n ihn) livj Imvu as iu4iijr
11, it. lists a. cunt 1.-11..U.."
A very much strained "ilny, IhnL, Tlio
fuel Hint "a many" hare been n. quilled ns
llm number convicted should go a Ioiik nuy,
n cor.lin ( lo Hiu HiHtU't way of thinking
toward convincing tho public thai those not
"iiiqiiitteil ' wen. Justly convicted. The
truth Is, those 11. quitted, in many fuses, weie
iibjeel of a SHs les of sTs.s iitl.iii l.elnjj,
uiinecessflrily. unjustly and diKiiidiiiK'y
liac 'd up Ix-fore a court where, most of us
aia lea-nliiK to M-Ileve, I here la Utile safely
and justice (.iiiininl.s'il to thow who answer
to the I'l'inm mil. roll full. Again
I Ii i-.tuli 1I..11. ItiiMintli a Jury nf tliiimntlily
n-'isi'l' isioie iI..-iis an. I a tns.riiv .f li'itti
11 ,t Himii'S ns titinils'ts. ttllh lull Miwtr 1.1 sisiiit
r 11110 11 1 (it. 1 a lit.'V. a on ri"-.-t i.ir inein...s
11. 1 Hint nll.s. miw fr . 1 (,, lilies III lltr V, nli.l
aii'in el. rt. ol Kiitliy. In wlil.li Hit siltu)S
Iki iiir ill-fell-' a. i. iN rutliiisi t ataji lite ut.,--
sil tli.o lls.e U'.-ll il.-ll.illlli isl St IstrlitMit l(..ul
lino. ..airsi . sit'l rv.-ry sr.iOllsl. I.kew Im a llli
t.ot r.-ti rl l.i lis m. -ill", lint lsti h.-rsl'l.-.! a-
ffs-.iiit Ms urssi i.y "tin. iiiiiiKi.-rs .ii . puny iii.uk
lliilil .lemis tulle a'tlllllli-nl."
A inaOerly ritorl at Justlll. nllont Will
the f.'.i'rfr In pleiiMsl l.i tell its render,
w illiotil equiViM utlon, how many of Hnne
conviction were bad by "a Jury of thor
oughly rr-s'iisible white i itiiens, and a ma
Jorily of Iheiu IVnioir.it'.?" I'rrhnp aom.
ill. 1 ruler pleas of guilty; what of ilT Could
Uiey not easily foresee the dual rvsult nf a
fiiieieid t ri tal Hurt'? Yea, grant Hint In
one or lnnro ra-e the defendants'
alloriipr was granted, with lMiiulinlie
show of linpurtlnllty, Hie ixstr privl-
I. ge nf assessing a lino which Hie (ullly
should pay; whnlof thai? Ioes that ilis-
protp Hie pru.iiee of isilillcnl H-rsrinlou,
and prove grtuiudles the ebiirne ami coiu-
pbiiiit from rteiy ipinrlt r of Hie Hint Uinl
the Keilernl Court bus been ma le an purine
of oppn sslon? We am of Hie opinion that
the (,'nt.fff w ill liavo lo ptuploy more than
two columns of ll space if It sineesifully
lnytilics ami hiHjdwiuktllis thinking public
Ye, "Hn' thunder of a Justly Indignant
m ui.s mile sentiment" has done al least a
mile lo rurti Hie arbitrary sway of Injustice
at I. Illh P.o. k. (lod only I now the end
that would have been reached had "all
liainls" hrcn as ll.ici i.lly Inililtereut and a
Biipliiely obte.uioiis ai utir contemporary al
tin Capital City.
The Ua:fttr is In. led Willi questions, the
pulling of w hi. h la . itross assumption Unit
lis reader an too ignorant lo set. and mi
ilerslaiid their meaning and imparl. Here
is oiip of ninny:
"Mii.i a man rtsv )n.iti In stVsnsss
lo ! mrs.iir. I out lo loin aivi.r.tiii l.i the i..l..r
ul lilt isiliih-sr'
It Would s.eni useless In M' mi less the
feivfli-that Hint Is iMmily the cauv nf all
Ihis Mipuhir t on In I ii t it so tiKorou.ty con
demn. Wo want justice ..conling in truth
and law not according to a l! publican
machine's Way of dealing Willi PctiiocruUl
lb-re la another:
Whtl Is a le. I.nl.nt vlnlsil.in nf lit laat Wlut
pnutt .titr-vsrtt lltsm Why ts.,.il.l iIh.v lNtllto-
tsnit.i, an I al.si lis-liul. al t inlsiluii list i-ra)
court In'imato, ns 'ho C":-"f rp"r'eil. l!i:it
nothing sliortof term of liners n nenl for
a merely technical oeti-e would tio im
posed? It will l. rein .'inhered, nlso, that
Iwo election supervisors fro n Pino ' lilulT
wero haulud np for technical vVatlon. hav
ing permllte.l f!e(-i voting, and they wero
fined f 10 eae! j bljt it niu.tnot be forgotten
thut they wero JicpuMicins! Now,
count tl io illrrenic-itied und Lucas,
Democrats, ftshnicully vio'aloit, icfused
bail und incareciuted p 'tullug sentence to a
term of imprisonment; Pino UlulT noroes,
HepublicHiis, techinnl vlilators, fined ftO
nnd n I lowed lo go homo, t'ouifuiling dls-
Now, wbo'l i-iilt and who's w rong ubout
CHARMED WITH CHESS.
CA.PT. OBO. . H. MACKKMZIB FACES
TWENT? AMA.TEUE EXPERTS.
Sovontoon Out of tha Total Clisllced Up
to the Credit of tho Visiting Champion
Another Intorestlng Tournament
Promised for Tonight.
this mutter? ' f.et iho public Judgo.
Mlsa Kentlnu' ItPellnl.
A large, refined iniu cultivnled nudinnco
wns iiHHcmblcd hint night tit tho Young
Men' Ikbrow Aesia ialian hall to witness
the musical rK'ititl given by Miss Cnrrio
Kuuting'a pupil, nnd no better evidence
of tho merits of tlio peiioruiur could
bo cited ' than tho fact Unit tho
auditor.-), critical n they were, listened
with delight to every number nnd heartily
npnlnuded nil who ligured in the program,
ll wnH essentially a high das musical pro
cram, without unv concession, to Iho un
cultivated tnato that delights in frothy
melodies or "cutehy" tunes. Kverv num
ber hud a apcriul, solid, substantial merit
nf its own, and to lhoelheirinterprtntion
was asHigued did their part with intelli
gent appreciation and n cleanness of execu
tion winch in aoino of tho sui former wits
truly rnmarkublo. Young Andro LH'asom
ine, for InHtiince, plavod "C'huconuu"
with a resonant Hlreiigth of touch and
clearness of articulation und phrasing that
was positively marvelous in ono ol Ins
years. Tho surprising featuro of tho pro
grain was Hint nil of Mihh Keating' pupils,
even tho youngvtit of lliein, played tho
pieces lnlriiHled to them from memory,
und played trleui consciciniotisly and well,
tshowiug a lino inasiery of tccluiique, clear
and distinct lingering ami honest niclliixl.
I hero was no slurring, or skipping or emi
fused juinblo of half urticulutcd notes, a is
Mome'.imes tho case with pupils. Tho
work was all good, honest nnd true. Tlio
following is tho program in full:
Halty . W. r. Builds
W llbaiu HohIcs.
llablllnKr-Hiiel R. tilllet
Miinvlte ami Ciriuiia Ih'sMiiiiini's.
ValttiTyriilit'iiue-oit im n. Ii Mills
Hkiueu-Op. 1 No. I Arthur IllrJ
( liaionno-Op 61 Annual Puraucl
MKs I ilHiir.l.
Kiel lie llemsnrr-Violin atel I'lnnn Carl llolun
KiiK. nr Snwlauil ami .Nellie I lm.iiisn.
141 Iteullis dl aiM Ootlllist
Rous la Pi'lllr-in. ! ...Kr. Thome
Valtt-Caiirlcc-di. .v B. U. Mill
Nellla I lisniiiiu.
mm Jiniii-Piirt Mnnrt
Alal.i, lAII.'sr.i Miub rsiii), I r.-lo S lieriuM.
Mrs. Inls y ami Mist KIIiIil
Albnliiblatl-(is i Mustkowtkl
Vatae-Or. S.1 AiiRiiste Pursnil
"Carrie M. Kmlllig.
tVufrnilsiK uinl I lior. Ji-v.ui.la Bxilir
Meiiilils I'innolju.irl. ll.' ( lull-Mrs. Walilriin,
MIm Hlpi'iu, Mrs. 'Iota-) ami Miss Cuwartl.
AY hero ull Was ao good it would seem
invidious to partieuiurize, but Tiik Ai-I'kai.
riinnot refrain Inuu sihcuiI mention of
Miss Nellie Cbapinan a "Yalso Co price,"
Mis Josephine vke'a"Vnle op. K:I, Pti
r.iml," F.ugcno iNowlnnd'a violin itlayiug
and Iho quartets by tlio Wugncr Club and
thn Memplita 1 lano l inn. u goes wnn
out auyiiii! Unit Ma Carrie KeatingV'Ua
volto was imViulicenlly rendered.
Krnn llic Vi- Tujidiv W hlg.
About tho limo thut tin- cotton crop of
I. is.s commenced to inovo, Neill )rus.,
Kngliah cotton experts, were sent to this
country to report Umn tho probable yield.
They predicted from seven and a 'quarter
to seven and a half million bales, and that
llguro was very generally accepted iu
The sterling linn of Hill, Fontaine A Co.,
of Memphis slid M. l,otii, tx'licviiig Hie
estimate of tho Fiiglisli gentlemen lo bo
greater than the facts warranted, and Uinl
the leiVency of such estimate was lo re
duce price, 'boldly ciiiiio to tho rescue,
clinllem.'ed tho Neill Unsi. statement ami,
altera thorough review of the situation,
declared the crop would full a litllo beluw
7,IHMI.IHH) ball's. It is now believed that
tho crop will not exceed 7,(HKI,l)tHI bsles,
which cmnluisizo llm accuracy of tho Hill,
Fontaine & Co. rstitnalo.
It i litllo abort ol a commercial out
rage Hint we have to wait for our Kuglisli
cousin to crnm "iho briny, anui u tin
and tlx tho price ol our product acconl
ingto their own awect will. Our people
nro sulliciently vented iu figures lo do
their owu counting, nnd we beliovo they
will in future.
Wo coiigrntutato Ihi solid Tcnnesve
(Inn upon biking "Johnny Full" promptly
by Ihe horn.
ftaalkera I'rvs. Aastasrlitll.a.
Kmm Hi. batuatsata T lull's.
The Southern l'rca Association will
moot In this city next Wodni'sday, May
'.'i The body consists nf tho publishers
and editor of all Southern paper taking
Ihe AsjMM'iatod Press service. It will bo
met hero for purpose of consultmion by
emiueiit I juitern ifiillemen who nro mem
ber o( tho executive commilteo of the
Awsociatesl Frees. Among these will lie
Mr. Charles A. Innn, of tho New Y'ork
.Inn, mid lr. Norwin tireen, president of
Iho Western Union TclcKruph Com pun v.
Many of the Bi'iillemeu who will auend
liavo national reputation a publishers
and writers, and several will ho accompa
nied by their wives and oilier Indies of
their Liuilic. Thev should lie met by our
leading cllixeus and extended every cour
tesy and consideration tltiiinit their alny.
They are nimmg the men whose good opin
ion Ui(j city wanla, nnd wo have no doubt
wo ahull niuke a favorable impression on
theui. ' . ' '
A tll - IVajrllitgi.n. Nlsa,
Nitw Oulkaii, Iji., Muy ill. The
7'tiim Vinis-riif's I'earlingtoii, Miss,, spo
cial auys: Today was tho saddest in tho
history ol lVarlliigtnu. Tlio immense
plant of the l'orlavant A Fsvro I.uinU'r
Coinp.iuy la in ashes, toeiber with a
laigo quantity of lumber. Tho Uro
broke out alsjiil 4 o'cliak p.m.. and
every effort was made to extinguish tho
Haines but without avail; i.'.i.Ooo worth of
lumber w dftroe l upon which there
was no Insuran. I lie double Jrv house
ami eight acbv'slii rs Ih Ioiiuihk to the linn
wero saved. tuK4icr with l.tKsl.otH) l.st ol
1.... It,., ..nil tn, I-11I11...I nl tl-JHhkl
and Insured lor 7.'.,ishi. All tho d retard
luuilM-r was suived. Thn firm will im
me.liutcly rebuild; '.'"hi.ishi js-rsons were
thrown out of employment
Httrrlas ' 'rrlmt'. Jlolhpr-lit-
Thegieat chess contest opened last night.
Nineteen gentlemen sat ut nineteen
tuhles upon which wora nineteen chess
Tho tables wero In parullel lines across
tho largo hull of Iho Amutour Athletic
Association. Seated by each of the nino
teen players were from ono to three coun
sellors nnd nrntiud all stood an interested
niidienco, among which wcio several la
dies. To tho uninitiated the proceedings
soemod strungo indued. No one spoke.
Kncli pluyor was isolatod from cuch oilier
end from the world besi le by an iuipeno
trublo wall of thought Kach was absorbed
in meditation nnd oblivious to all el he.
I'.aeh stared intently nt tho movables.
Kach had his linns folded in front of him
on tho tablo upon which bo leaned for sup
port It was a Quaker meeting. Some
times a pluyor would reach out for a king
or a queen, lay bis band on it, rock it
from sido to side tho while gazing nt Its
bottom rim with piercing scrutiny, bumo
times ho would raise it stealthily then
drop It us though it wero a red hot iron.
At last ono would bo selected and moved
nnd Iho player would wait for the cham
pion. Menu whilo tho champion, Cunt. Mac
kenzie, paused from ono lo tho other tablo
iu rotation. Ho would stoop down, red
his hand upon the tublo, contract his brow
and study liko a woman ndding a grocery
bill, when xipl lio would movo a pawn
and pits to the next Sometimes ho would
lind a dilllcult task. Ho would raiso his
bund carefully and rub his forehead with ex
tended linucrs). Then hn would reach care
fully for his chair, sit down mid ponder.
Thero wns no noiso. Everybody looked on
with pcrHpiriiiK awe. ltoiind mid round
went tho champion liko a nurse in a hos
pital, administering to each his required
Tho gnmo shirtcd oil" splendidly and the
champion will have a tusk if he beats the
gentlemen selected to contest with him.
Tho follow ing gentlemen contented with
I. Dr. Ii. 1). Handlers, Evan gambit, K uiorct,
i. H. W. Harris, iluntavlllc, Ala,, Kvans tfaul-
X ItulKTt P. Il.irton. Cnniilnelisin (ambit, 41
I. I'. 1. Vsn lis I. Heoii'li ssiii nil, an.
Jst'li Wiesniau, lliallaiiooxa, quetn s pawn
nnd will no doubt slnro ns liberally in
nuhlic f.ivor ns tho soasou ndvances us did
Slis I'utti Sione.
The chorus was well halnnced. tralnod
to efficiency nnd rnnlnined voices well
adapted to the business. With tlio attrac
tion secured, .Managor Wood ha but to
look w ell to t ie go id order of
tho plnco, inako it one worthy of
pal-oiiiigo of tho better cluases, and
nt the end of tho seiis in witness a coo.l
dividend by tho backer. Without
co-operatirn mining tlio street railway
company, however, nothing can succeed
there. Will it be furlhuoming? It is for
tlio future to decide. It did not exiot lust
night, by u largo majority.
QL'IBT AT FOBBEST CITY.
Gov. Euff'.e Uetfir.ia From tho Boat of
Special Dispatch toTlio ApVcaL
Lirri.it IUjck, Ark., May 20.-Gov.
Kaglu returned to the city thia afternoon
nnd reports everything quiet in Fonost
City. IIu nrrivod thero Sunday afternoon
and his presence undoubtedly had much
to do iu quieting tho disturbed elements.
lie addressed a number of tho citizens lost
night, advising thorn to uininlain order
and respect tho law. The Governor says
the people hnvo quieted down somewhat,
and ho anticipates no further trouble.
ADDED HORDES TO INSULT.
Cowardly Assassination Near Fordyoe,
Little Roc r, Ark., May 20. A special
to tho UuidU from Fordyco, Ark., says:
Saturday, about eight miles from here in
Pullas County, Jim Allen was shot from
ambutdi whilo at woik by Georgo l ike.
Alum's wife, who was in tho field with
him at tho tiino ho was killed, stated
before tho Inquest that her husband was
droiminir pens within a few feet of her
when first tired on; that ho turned to run
when ho was shot airain ami loll, (soon
nfterwurd Georgo Fiko camo up to whero
he was Iving and asked if he was dead.
On heartnu Fiko sieuk. her husband
raised himself up hv catching hold of her
dress, nnd fell back dead. Fiko remarked
that ho had reloaded his cun for tho pur
pnao of killing him if ho was not dead. Sho
ulrto slated tlial a lew days oeioro biio ro-
norled to lu r husband Unit Fiko bad in
suited her. tmd that ho hud given Fiko
till Friday niulit to lenvo tlio couutry or
bo killed. Fiko is at largo.
THE PENITENTIARY LEASE
THB CONFUSION INVIHSD BY SEC
TIONS ONS AND SEVENTEEN.
What May Dappon If There Is no 1100,
000 Bid and If the Corporations Leas
ing' Convict La'jjr Combine Against
TUB SAUDIS RACES.
I'liiiMii'.l iii in, iliot uiauner Iti iv lnsu as a lis I.
IVm'S not (lie fla-.'llt trinrnihrr haviuii
styled the i.n. ns, s, of which Itriilaml Lucas
are charged, a t.sliuical one nnlr a tew
dns a t? Then why ilul the court Incsrrr
rule tlirsn men U'lilnd III. walls of Hi.
penitentiary .ml isislllvi'ty ilenv tlieiti
ball iHiulliig tx-ntence? Whv did lbs
Jackson, Mioh., May :M. Mr. F.mm
C Kolsoin, nioiher o( Mr, tiro ver Clevo
land, w married hero tonight to Mr.
Henry r I'ornno, a men ti.int ol nullum,
V. Mr. Cleveland wax nresont Thu
groom I alxnit fifteen year tho senior ol
the bride, who I a wed-preserved wotuau
Col. Klilolt t. ,M,.-.r. Is talked of III
Wash Inlioii for Mlinsti r io Ituasia,
l.. Pr J. ' I rviisliaw, kills', bltlioiiniieiiliii, M,
7. .icorjoC Ilirler, lilplcy, Tvnu.. KvaiisxaiQ'
a. KIkr rotiiin. Kvsns snmlill, HO.
0. I'.-yi.in Miiliu, totliuiou, Tviia Kvsnj gaui-
in. E. B. Mill, khu t bishop nieuluK, 30,
II, W. K. 1 ticker, I'viins ksiiiiiII. .
Ii. Joint (i. Ms. il'fli t kiilulitsnl!ii. 21
I k fcinlle las iiL r. Kvsns ksniI.II, SI
II. ll I'll .tw liruwn. I.inlt' tus k Kvsnt anttolill.XL
llselal l'-r.-s. kina s (siwn .iisiiliig, JU.
Its II. Harris. ( iiunliitiluiiii asniiiit, ..i.
17. I. like K. W risTitl. K-ans asiulnl,
Is, Hr J. H. Isil i'rl. kltiu s nn ns'iiltit. 3L
111. lr. (iriavrsl.l, klnn kitiiilit i'iiiu:. A,
'.n. 1. II. Mi'tarlsii.l, llnuiv os'iiiiii. IT.
Tho lubles wero urranged iu two paral
lel line, leaving an alleyway between,
which was reserved for tho chuinpion.w ho
pushed quickly from table to table iu or
der, making ono inovo at each tablo as ho
The games began promptly at 8 o'clock
and tho laid movo was mudo at ILlio
o'clock. Tho winners from tho cham
pion, l'r. I. I). Suundcrs, Mr. Joseph
Waastnnn of Chattanooga nnd lr. J. C.
Crenshaw, wero applauded at Ihe close of
their irntne. snd tlio dies player dis-
Mtraed liighly pleased with the evening's
Tonight tho local players who did not
tuke pitrt yesterday w ill have an opportu
nity to face Capt Mackenzie over thn
checkered square. Colli players and
sHctator are requested to bo on hand to
uight al 7:4i o'clock in order that there
may be no delay in commencing.
IT LEADS OFF WELL.
Creditable Performance of "La- Mas
colt." at Jackson Mound Park.
iVMum's Oicra Company, from a sum
mer amusement slnndoint, will do.
Five hundred peoiilo, perluii more,
a.it ablvoriug throtik:n ii t'rformsnco of
"Iji Mascolle" at Jackanu Mound Park
last night, nil of w hom w ill attest tho cor
rect neaa of tho verdict
Tlio cast of characters w as ns follows:
l..nnl I'rliic.i.f I'lsinlilno ..Krsnk Iv.hnn
rn.l. rlc. rnti.r.if I'lsa.......- Hum Nvlsnn
l'lii-s a sn.-pli.-el m.....J. I'. ia.'Sstni. y
(,ssi, a farmer U r:. iblsitii
ros'sllU' Mile. Jntisi
MatUsi .J"hil W I llisn
Klatai-lla - - Marl. Pntslvr
Aii.l Ih'liln. lt tls-s.tt.'. May I Hi n yea, ( hu
nt ol lYaottut, ( ouilU r, i-olillers, .'le.
"Iji M.iscotte," while it is one of the moat
plensingol light oH'raa, Is also ono of the
easiest to reach by the averago company.
Unit enimged (or the s.'son al Jackson
Mound I'aik will bo found aiilislactory.
No one exK-led au Italian, French or tier
man 0era company to bo engaged by tho
management of tho purk. When thu heat
of summer, with ila attendant ill, I upon
a people, they have no taalo or desire for
ainilsemeut or anything elm that lmxc
loo aerion thought or severe conlempls
lion. Tlio season demands an easily
digested bill of biro, ll la lliero In the IK)
Minn 0Kra Company, now at tho begin
ning of a season's ongam-ment at the city's
ii.iiL'btfiil summer retort.
Mr. Frank iK-simn Is a capital comedian,
'wilh a tieiicbant for deMtrting Innpiently
from his score to plesso hi audience. Tho
tendency eeinis lo bo to make Iheao do
psrlure Just a litllo tixt broad, a lilierly
but sill havo to lie ciuled. He also no.
sesnes a Toico amply good lor tho comedy
Mr. Nulson. the tenor, towers abovo his
predecessor at the Mound a the moun
tain almost obliterate tho mole hill under
iu shadow. llm voice ia ol thero
bub lvio, well trained, and ia reliable to
the uppermost note, a ringing 11 Hal. To
thi he i able to add a line stage presence,
grnii'lul movement, and accurate concep
tion of hi part
Mr. M.ie!sweeny, who mode hunaelf
popular hv britnring order out of cho in
llio "Cbiu'iesol Normandy" al Iho theater
last week, fully sustained liiulstlf last
night He is aii acior of high merit, with
a rich, powerlul baritone voice, a worthy
siicvewtor lo Mr. John Itell, the atar of Hie
company performing at tho park last suui-
11 Mr. Oslwno is aio a capable comedian,
the possoaaor of a well rouuil.'d and musi
cal Us-o proluudo voice. Ho was aval
nablo co-laborer wilh Mr. PcMinn in the
lank of bringing laiigha lioin the audience,
and received a largo share of tho recogni
tion. Messrs, Joyce and V isman were al
home in Hioirrepoctlvo characters, minor
though they were, and tho audivm-e re
tained good Impreiwiona of tholr work.
Mia Mario Hwsaier did not carry the
niidienco by storm. While sho did not
mar Iho iierfiirnunce to any appreciable
extent, llio tact ws piartmt thai alio was
a shad liehind I ha other principal. Her
usefulness niy ba more Uimrnibla in
some of Iho oHira to be gien later.
lletlina. in the hun.Lol Mus Mav Pun
.... u. .ii it,.t tsnnl.I las desirett Mie
sang the music, took good csre of Ihe dia-
Bport Expected Today A
Crowd Already There.
Fiss'ial Manatrh to the ApissaL
Sunns, Miss., May '-'0. Tho spring
races nro at hand. Thero is a turgor
number of horses on tho ground than ever
before. Thero are over fifty visiting horses
on llio ground soino from Jackson, Miss,
Covington, Tenn., Memphis, T'enn., Gre
nada and Water Valley. Thu races to
morrow promise to be fine. Tho long
lookud-for rain ho not yet come, but tho
live memlicr of tho I'unola County Awo'
cintion hnvo mado every nrrnngement to
havo the truck well sprinkled, aud comfort
to visitors will be assured. Tho towu is
fairlv alivo wilh visitors from every direc
Nothing short ol
From Ihe N.vlivlllo llinuor.
The majority party in Ihe General As
sembly have, by tho pnssago of tho peni
tentiary loaso bill, committed the Mato to
tho loaso system for a period of six long
years nftor tho expiration of tho present
lease. 'This is very bad policy. In the
first plnco, both of the political parties in
the Ma to have, In convention and through
their candidates for olllco, solemnly
pledged thomselves against tho penitenti
ary lease system. Tho public wero led to
confidently expect tlio liCgishit uro elected
lost yoar to tako decided and practical steps
to Hbolish tho system. Instead, we
find the party in power deliberately
arranging to continue the louso and
uiuko a coulract for six years, thus
hiking it out of the power of two succeed
ing legislatures, Hint of 1S91 and that of
18'.i;l, to adopt any prompt and vigorous
measures to rid tlio Mate ol tlio odious
system. In other words, the majority ol
tlio present Legislulu-o have dono wluil
they could to perpetuate tho system, in
stead ol pusiung lorward leeisiaiion loo ic
ing to its speedy abolishment, incompli
ance with tlio solemn pledges of llic party.
Instead ot eviuclnit a ilesno to lulllil tho
party pledge, the majority of the Legisla
ture went to llio extreme oi piacinir u out
of tho power of nt least two succeeding
legislatures to redeem the pledge.
lit mo Duuuii im..o ti. v iiks i.-n.-s? in it
will absolutely prevjnt many much-needed
reforms in prison management, and will
tend to discourage, ami postpone tho re
moval of the old hull of a penitentiary
from tho heart of the city of Nashville nnd
thu erection ol a new prison. 1 ho old
prison is a disgrace to the Slate, but a re
newed lease for six years will throw dilll
cullies in tho way of removing this dis
grace. Indeed, tho continuance of tha
objectionable lease system for six years
will throw llio prison machinery oi the
Stuto buck in the old ruts so long com
plained of and invite an indiiruant discus
sion of party pledges mudo and disre
Hut, astdo Ironi tliese considerations, l no
new lease luw threatens to bring nlwut
soma serious practical dillicultie. Section
I of Iho law require that tho tiovernnr ami
Penitentiary Inspectors shall al a (Into not
luler than N'pletiilcr 13, 'K'.l, lease Uicpeul
teutiary and thu labor of ull tho convicts,
for a term ol six year, heglnnlng January
1, 1WH), but that "no lease shall be mado
in w hich Ihe hire and ren'al secured shall
bo leas than 100,000 per annum, clear ol
all cxjicnso on any account to the State."
Section 17 provides thai the Governor
ami IiiHtiectors shall make proiier ad
vertisement for bids, und that the
penitentiary aud convict laltor shall on tho '
day designated be leased lo the hightsst
bidder lor Ihe termol six years, litis suc
tion blither provide Unit "if then shall
bo no bids iiiudo in pursuance with this
act, then the Governor, ns before pro
vided, may adverliso the second limo, and
If tho result I Hint there shall be no mil
lion at this early hour.
4,000 iH-oplo will betiresenl tomorrow nnd $wvs then tho l.ovcrnor nnd insHctors
next day. The famous "Hun, Kullin a IMY .)ro)-ecd. by mid throuirli the uioriu-
.. . . ' l. ii i.,. " - - . - .. '. .
lust nsccr. anu ino iticvoriuuca nines.
"Kuttler." are on the ground, and tho
ruco will bo close. ' Come nil, there is
THK ABKAN8A8 K'S OF P.
The Ninth Annual Orand Lodge Meets
In Pine Bluff.
Bis-rlal M.l.strh lo llio Appeal.
Pink lii t rr, Ark., May 20. Tho ninth
annual Grand lx.lgco( Knights of Pythias
met hero today, wilh delegates from ull
llio principal tow nj."A grand recejiUon
was given thorn tonight at Ihe opera
house. Kx-Mayor II. king lute deliv
ered the address of welcome, and a ro
sMnso was mudo by Geo. A. WiImui, of
Hot Spring, wlio trnv.i a detailed slate
mi nt of the growth of Ihe Order in Ar
knnsn. Tlio citv i beautifully decorated
and the reception of tiio gallant Kniglils
is cordial aud enthusiastic.
ArksatM K. mt V. .avPnlUtt.
Bts-rlal I.ltrh In Tli Apial.
Hki.kna, Ark., Muy 20. T(jis morning
aajscciul train carried Iho llolcna I i vision
N 4, Cniform llnuk Knights of Pythias,
to Pine Itlnir. The cotnpi.nr, commanded
by Capt S. S. Faulkner, will attend the
State convention of Knights of Pythias
convention that convene there mid will
enter the contest for the medal lo be
nwarded to Ihe licwt drilled company.
TV. J. Mltltll.
Sneelal Pi'pnlrb tnlha Apisstl.
Wat Vai.i.i:v, Mia., May C0.-W. J.
Punds, of Nashville, Tenn., n-presenting
tlio music hoiiMo ol P. II. Haldwin A Co.,
died in thi city Ibis morning. lie had
Isecn sick at Oak Hall for over a month
with a complicated disease which bullied
tho medical skill of our best nlivsiciuna.
Hi remains will la taken to Nadivillo for
iuteriueiit bv Iii brother and sister, who
were with him nt tho time ol his death.
Tfc. UaitlUI Publlpalttti) fttM-lelr
IksTT.iK, Mat., May 20. Tho Amprican
Pnptist Publication Society began it sixty
flltli snnual ineeling Ihis forenoon. The
Itqxirt of the Hoard of Managers showed
tola) receipts for thu year ending March
2(1, Ihh'I, ate M.'(l,:iisO. The Bct of tho
Society amount to 7iH,(ti. Ihiring the
year a new engine, thirty now presses, a
folding machine and nn electric liuht out
lit havo been added to tho Society a print
lug plant at an outlay of I2,h.'ii. There
havo Ix-en nlnely-eight new publication
during tho yenr. ' Oi these Ll,4iJ copies
have been primed. Tho Witul number of
copie of btsiks, pamphlets, traces and
lajnodicals, old and new, printed
during tho year Is oO,li)K,3'.M. Tlie num.
her printed' lust year was 1. Til 126.96.36.199. Tho
lotnl issues since the organisation of the
society iiutidter o',l.'l.'i,;i7l cipieS of
taxks, pamphlet, tract aud periodical.
Ol periubca! there have been issued (lur
ing the yenr 2ti,l27,f.'K) copies, ao increase
ol l,01.',3.'j over last year.
The IJntvtstrnd r.nlrlr. rr Tstlay.
Nsw YoiiK.Muy 20. Following are the
I'.rookl) n entries:
Klr.1 llv.-Klve liirlnnt. Drilanule lt ItpT.I
rr l is IVnol Ju'ir I U
hss.Miil har M Ha .nil ttnp tlxtnlh. Jnrr;1rr
I Hi. Iho lumilsm .i, Jist l"c st.a ClKniy l I
Wissl Hi, k) UttvJ. J, Oil V, UlJraii lew
1lilr4 Rae Mr. lurlnni. Snnnytl.le, May
Q'lis-u. Ilis Ure. l ars.lot. Mlini.'l, h .y W.. (li .ii
linr i.. (nll), (sr.-. r l.U'l, liar. Mis I. ('bulss,
Msrla (llllrl, MsuiIs ll . Hum.. illiy, fi.tistil,
Kslnlsiw. Iln.nta ami Wiw, t rtao. V anil
Ksnnla J. ll-isH'h.
rntirth ltsi-iii. sn.l np-tllrnth nf t ssllsv,
Saill Hi. tiiibm.iii'1 1 lo, PiiuIsimh. IIU, l.i. n k. Im
li-s, Tiss 1 rsf list, Kalisin list, ISnvsirNrrcr and
Jo l IU4. Hriilau iai links ol llntlar w.
Illih htvsa-Kiv. Iiirlunasl ( ltd rssrI.T. Ptwll.
Iiaw Hall, Hrithvr. Anils... Ills, khiirn an.l I'rni..
Il.manl llsm-li; IrUna ll Cliao IIS, lni.l 1 1 A.
"sunt tuns- itis lurnmn aiwit iii una.
. , . nrain. i iiaipr? 1 . Ma Kerl.Ilf. melr.
turtle, anu einrn-u n-..' - - . i t luunnsoua tiu, a lu Artaul ilM, AUG. iisv
ol the part Sho ia a vicosing prima donna, Uui Uuuwka sw
dent, lo hire out tho labor of the
convicts, tuukiug coutrncls for ss
long a Kriod as xMaible, not excecil
ing six year, and mny lease tho enl
teniiary and machinery a they may
think heat." The section further provide
Hint "tho Governor and luapcclors, in c
I in umiMTlv mid In bur is leaaedand hire
hnll n-qtiire of the leasee or lessees a Isiml
with ss-curitie, such as thev will approve.
iu tho sum of not less limn lno.ooo."
Additional security may be required should
necessity arise, and on failure of lessees to
give it tho lease may be declared forfeited
aud the property and lalsir ro leased for
tho unexpired time embraced by the
terms ol tho lens.
Now the serious question nrises and It
is a mooted question iu oliiciui circles
what is Hie exact extent ol the authority
and tho latitude given Iho Governor and
Inspectors, in the event that no bid I
made for llio lease of Ihe prison and con
vict labor as high as $100,000 per annum?
Section 17 authorize them, in cose there
an no bid for tho six year' lease at tho
minimum price named, to lease for a shorter
limo than six year, but doe it authorize
thu leasing for a leas sum per annum than
il00,(J? If it doc, then tho la-glslaturo
Im plucvd tha StHto in the swi;iun of the
hltlo boy who can ied egg lo market and
w ho, w lien asked the prico ol his cng,
suid: "Mother told mo to ask li
cents a dozen, but il I couldn't
get thai to lake 10 cent. ' Kthedov
ernor and inss?clor are autlasrized to
leaao lor a leas) sum than lllsi.OUU
per annum, in Iho event that no bid is
tillered on the advertised dalo then tha
legislature ba actually invited lower bid
than the minimum bid, which in section t
ol the law is named as a condition prece
dent lo tho lease. If thcao officer are not
so authorised, then w hat are they to do
wilh the cnitf nliury elephant if no man
nor company will give iloO,otJ er annum
for the lease?
It ia sale to snv that no corporation o.it.
t T. .1: ... 1- I :.i .
sssasiaiioii oi cnpiuiiiaia is in a poaiuoii u
otter more lor the penitentiary lease than
tho company which holds the present
lease. This company Is in fact master ol
tho situation, and wo think it is also anfo
lo say Hint in Iho very nature of the cir
cumstance thero will be no seriou com
petition with the Tennessee Coal, Iron di
Usilway Company for the lease. Thcra
may bo ostensible competition, but
such competition will be merely
nominal with a private understand
ing and an agreement for tha
d.stril u i ol the lubor and a division ol
Iho sihjiIs, just a there was w hen tho pres
ent lease was bid for and secured. Sup
pose Ihe present lessees are unwilling to
pay $100,000 a year for another six-years'
term, what company can come in and
afford to lake iho lease for that term and
amount? Tlie prisoners cannot be taken
out of the Suite. If there is formed a
combination of corporation to lake tha
leo lhoe cnrpoistious will not be com
petitor, and ii the iovornor and inapoctora
aro authorized to leaao on lbs beat terms
they enn iret, in the event Hint there are
no f IO1.000 bids on the advertised date, it
Is not likely that Iho intcrtstted corpora
tions will be csger to psy $IOo,oix a year
when, for Isck of tho prescribed bid, tha
Mato will le forced to take anyinins ii
can get If there is no $100,000 bid and II
thn Shite officials can't lake lens, then they
will lie in a peck of trouble with a mam
moth penitentiary system on their hand
for which no provision has been made.
hi i - a.
HEW ORt KAN. I.. Mat -1iwr and arena.
Arrlnst W. A. Militant, l. nq.lii.
ST. ion. Mn, May TH-Rls-if U!'! sod ris
ing. Wrs.il.rr rloudy aud (will. Anlrtsl. Ul
ul Cain). Nalehra,
1iriHVII.I.E. Kr.. May .-Rlt-r fslllnf. wilh
I r-4 1. Inrhtsi n. lb- lalla. and 7 bsrt I lucks 1. lb
... 1 U.,h. .1. u .. I . ..ul nn.J.
Mr. Humphiry Wrd Is sngaged upon a
socipty play, hii aspires to be a dovellst,
playwright and poetess.
Massenet Ui. eompotr. palls Sybil An
lUtsua "aa aUolulul iwutakabl mxUU"