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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1889
I 01 faraeaals.
LJ . Washikotom, Juno 17, W
For Alabama and Mississippi: Uht mini;
slightly cooler; rarlabl wlnda.
rot Arkansas: l-lua; slightly WArtncr; southerly
For Tennessee and Kentucky: Llnht rains: it,
tlonary teraporature; winds becoming northeast
erly. Netwwralaglral ateparl.
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. Jittsol general Interest but such must slasvsbe
e(muinled by I he name nil e'l.ln, ol the
writer, ta a gusranice ol his gissl LuUi ati.l r
Sponalblllly. No Holli-O cjiu bo lakcliol anon)-n-.oua
( oiMiminlitli'ii lr iniblliKilun mini l" frliirn
m our ililr of the nie null. ainl. IH " utber
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VcreDiiiH. rule, uti.l.'rtke tn n-mra aitlilri
liul lutiuil tuiulilr lir inibluvtliiiL
or it srw vii:k oiticr
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Collon rwlil y.'nti-nlnr ero IfiO Imlin,
OKaliit 270 miiiip liny lnt yi nr. Tlia ! nl
' lunikrl mtieliiiil iili I, nali'nlwliix I VI lili e,
all In ken lijr aiiiinrr. Tlio nii l'i linn f.ir
liln n-iiMin are "n.t.T. Iiali. ami mIi i ,uii-tit
7l, mi luilin, aliM'k on liainl WiiiK S.'.'M
Imli a. Kmi fiilluii ilrt liiK-il !,cnl Nc Vik.
ml fill unn anil till U lu 3 n la. h'juli nri
rny at New Orli'iinauinl - ly it l.iti rH'l.
Kllllirra ilii llnnl 2 In .1 iiili nl NrK V.'fk.
1 lo 3 xilnli at Xrw 1'rli jnia, ami reiiiaini-il
lltirliaiip,il at I.Iitjki. A roiliiio in l.i v
rrjMKil aa the rpil!luf arakiirv In I In- Aincr
Iran inarketa, lint Invii fmn-il iy Sew York
littlt oeratnn, ami It l titintitiri'it a Inr v -ttaMe
tiy the Waia, hut llitta l.lnertxMil
;la no iKH of r;ikin , ami xi'iim lo
inure nit lla wiirw rmlivly imlriN-ntlriil of
ilii; m iiii rTus aitea l
TUK3DAT, t t I I JUNE 10, 1HOO
rnt.i.L Ti:n . ..".
In Hie ralaniltjr In f'-Mnvhuiila tliere la tmuM
moiMB li rvrl."?P tthniit lairniolui aur;
jiH Ilia alarm that l rnlx-,1 on r the h.H,Ii- mhi
Iuii ul Ibe aati r H1)' ol M'vttal rlllra ta
lu tii Mature nt an tintuli;i-nre ol thai klml.
It In tnia Utal Hie I'ttnrnimla ataa nl aal r. aiep
In, likaaaavalaiirlii'itiian the Utile ialie, mu.t
ltt larrlnl allh II Hie (r.-alrr n nl the Mill
lual lay u lb urface, ami II la probablt llial
murli ul lb la uliiiiiaieiy rt-aLlinl tin AIIikIh-ii)
Itlter. It It alni -IIp1i' tbt mina latii-a linn-n-ivl
taay pulilly In b aln-aia. Hut It ilova
tint lullna Imm all llili tbal Ibiro will Iw el
iVmliint t)'li"bt h trr alum lb wuirr a i'i-ly I"
tlraan Inua tliia rtter.
few thltiK. In.be-l. a -in t. to inn difTVuli
Hum Ilie rrliatlre eniilatnlnallonnl a rttrr. II il
lii.-d alia ama pnnl'iiid It,IhhiI birr abrretrr
tbry oreur aa alinulil nerer to alluuiil nl e.
tte.iiira. In mir nan lietiiblMithiMNl ao baf otH'ot
tlx imM atnklni llbutratloua ol tto ioupanlla
haiiul u a nl liter liillbHt, I'ah nm, a rite
,l hj.uaiiulMl.uiit. ii.ti all lla ai ae lino tlie
J wlr blirr, ami lima Ilia aame etnata lint Wli
Bilb ) U ilraau tlie l, r tipl k Neaark
ami li ra ; t'lty. IU. till - iln inn i m t an.ler
In, in it tut a itmI abli aa like IM were
ai)ii rl M alr liul 1 1- aaan tina rtauiii
tlr Ixliul twlllie kua IkIjcc.
We now kmiw lliat In am li tbeie aie ) iae
tiiallr laollvrra ttmilni alunii Hie laiao beL A
lb botlutn la a '.uirlb. '!) aihtlug atrraia
bararil -lib all Ihr n uianiliiaibn- a wrl nt mil
tn nlary rtirr ami on Uf ol tht. mutln, nmra
awllilr. I alwea a I'ri-mnl i b ar ami fiuv al,-r
It l Imta tli I tit'l't tiatuin Ibat Hie aali r ii ly
tadiaaa. and tbu la Hie Krnl.il iluMb tt ol nu.-
aipltitl Imta atreama knowu to to nimuml) auU
,n-.ly mltlltrt. till la I Will HO ll"'ll't
l'lttbit. aa It liaa hlilHitu wtol ao aiauy
Our raU'i'im-J coitUtn.rrtr will flail oil
lurtlivr lii(iiirr tlinl it I, nut tlie
taao lint llir i sra two Mrtmni riinnlim
Jmli K'nilnntljr nl cat li other ovt-r tlieminio
Tlio I'rrvalpticc ul tyi'litiiJ (rvrr lu
'iiii-ititinll hat )ear la proof III (aiiuU The
. -OUT ill- hike lui Hull illy La U'tow ItnJ lu
the in i.'lilmilioml n( aa iiuiulai,t watt
liltil 1lio ilirim whiih tvvailt l allt.oet
tl'iJi itiitailjr wan Iron . I lu (ho aU r tl
ly ol ll erilv. ll,o rrriiiirc ol l.uat
1ji,J mi I tlio Cinitiui;lit, ii will niul Ibia
coiiniry, la that tivtt, ruiinut lx
Jxilliilid wilh Itn jutttitv, tlio r.twt
of the rroiaic lo llio tonlrnry tt'ilwl'.li
alillnlili T'ih'II, (iki, tln coliililluli of thft
t.'in, and of Ihu 'limine jnr thut
twit) diH' nut lluw ut the botuiiii vrrr
lutitc. U liaa tu Ihu euili.cv uml aa in
Ihcao rim awn rta itm ll in very unanvnry
tltra. Itoal'lca, liulili Jieii'U aa to
lltiti-l watr ami pullutnil U4 ii. ,o tho
couilillun ol iha Luiuau klotu.uli thai
faoUk, thm In w ilhout onjliii. It i
.true ftnylng tliitt "wliat l on" niun'i i.uut
ia itiuther'a MJtaon." Hutno while nu n are
i hnpcrvitiui to iwauiu lullmuia ,i
art tha hlackcat mgrwa In th riv.-r
U'tlotu that t-Unlvy tocculiy uaH.l
through In Africa. In Joed, Plniilry him
.'!( nt'iu, to bo ona of them, lint In any
caaallU a(o to atmr cloar of pollution,
rhl h la pulaun, and to thai ,n l ivatnu
vt ciomaliurtM ahuuM m tluvlacj in all
cltiui u a Bual and innocaoua method of
disposing ot Direct and hoasohold waives,
leaving tlio acwors to carry off the atortn
water. Ia sanitation by firo alono la then)
absolulo itafoty for the people.
A JfEGKO COURT OF JUSTICE.
ItMUiip County, Tox., ttaa a larira nuirra nnpula
tlou. and laaoineot lu Uiwtuhiiu tha nujroea aro
largely la a majority. At Colar Creek proclnct
the uetrmea eV-eteJ the local ollldala, who aro all
blank. Ua Friday, at that pluiw, a negro Jimtiuo
ol tbu 1'eaco w bnl.llnii court Tlio nruro uiMinia
train ant iiKn tlie JuiUiMnl boucli, arnieil with a
IxaliiMttlnv platol. Tho nuxro Cntiatublo wita on
duly alao duly arutvil with a pistol. In tlio court
room were olhcr arineil men.
lu the cnurae nl the iirou-vdlulti a white man
wua broiiitht Dcfn tlio i-omt on arliatvaol havlmt
threatened vloloneo lo a Ueitro who had InaillUd
the white man' wife. The ui-Kro Judn waa
abusive to the prlaoner, aud I ho prlaouur ruaentod
III It treatiut'iit lu atniuit lunii'iaKu, when the Judito
drew bla piatol and allot tbu prlwncr dead In tho
rourtnaim. A ll(bt followed between tlio while
aud blac k In the hall of Jiullre, whon tlw Jmlxe
and (our other neiimea aud three white. In addi
tion to the prliouir, wcro killed, aud many wura
Thl la a true picture ol a court nl law and jus
tice aa prualdcd over by neiiro oftVlat elected by
bevim votera.aud It lla terrible pleturo; but It la
what uaually haiiena and what Uto Ihj cxia-cted
when lite brutal aud depraved chuutiaar pt riultled
Iiidretna. tiearthla city, nexro and whllo odl
rial, vloi'tcil by neiiro rcrtera, n-i-ently precipitated
a riot with hluoilahej aud coufl ration by ueitloul'
lug all tneaaurx In pretenl the trouble when It
waa Ant brewing, a It waa lor day preriima, and
by a eomplet failure to attempt to atop tho vio
lence alter It bad coiniuonceik Itoiple nl oilier
loealltitw III tbef tale have beam violently oenaured
becauau they took timely prerauttoii to prevent
almllar trouble, but they have only roaurud to a
lewr evil to prcveiil a greater.
To deliver lb ennlrol ol any partol the country
over lu ail Ivuuraut aud degrailod alaa becaiuo
that claaa bupH-ua lo lie III thu local Majority, la to
Inaugurate a condition of anarchy and chain.
Tho law which detlaru the rightful auprumacy ol
the Majority auuuioa a neneaaary oiUalily ol char
acter 11 Ii and itialitlentlona, aa well aa an equality
of realeil rlghta among the people cnnueriied. No
act nl litdaliitlnii call uiake Hrxma or things eilal
when they are In tviture and ebarwrtor nut eiual,
All Iha li-gnl euai tuionta and tyrannical cdlcuin
thu world cuu nrvvr make the Itilurtor tbu peer ol
the iiK'ilor, Thai picture of a W'urn court of Juat
livaa MliiUil lu our 'lexa telegram yeal'inlay
how what uilaiblevoiia faiilu nil atluiupt lo
oterlbrow linliiral luw will aurely bring.
I'lil.t U a Uroii.li'iil nifluro thut Tlir
.Viae Orliitiw 'iVi"iiv trouti'd its rv'it'lura
to in ill fMlil'liiy iaaiio. !lit thoru uiti tivgro
UiiyiMlriili'tunlilivi'o liia'istriitoa. Hero iu
Mielby County wo liuvo five, and thu oh
H'rvHliiyi ol our riirUra cimhli's them to
bcarU'tttituoiiyto Ihoir I'llicioiicy and lldct
ity a boiiiji ijuilo eniml to thut ol thu aver
n HQ while iiin.'ititraU'. Iu (jnurturly Ciurt
"they kii'in lo do about a well a, the
rent," ia thu atiileiiifitt of ouo of our atulT
who lift had experience iu ArknnMiM and
Texan aa a juurualiat aud ia noilhor
biitaod nor projudiivd. Utir nciro umia
trutes, whilo they aro not burdened
wilh tlio gifta of Solon, aro practical
men who act a kmh1 exaii))le
aa law-nbiding viti.-iia. Ilenidua negro
uuiUlnite we huvo negro rnnalMhlea
who alao (Kirform their dutiea aatif.irtorily,
aud uu tlio city olit-e foree wo havo aov
eral negrora w ho givo aitliafiu'lioii by tlio
proKr M-rfiiruinii(o of their dutiea. We
do not expert too much of tlio negro, and
wo do not employ any who aro potential
to the Untie, they propoau to perforin.
Til at .Vac (hUaif 7oii-Aiii'a-riii doc
not aharo with Th' hmut iUc Cuttritr-Jtr-mi
or Tht rAiiiliafoN AVir ami Cunrirr their
h am ua to the effect of tho prutut-tion fever
that ragi-a in the laoui ol Cenaiia 8uK'r-
iiilendmit I'orter. It lava more atrvaa upon
an arcurnte n'ort ol the population, and
Inr tho reaaou that "tlio oliticl condition
if affair rvpilrea that the South ahould
havo Ita lull reproNentallon an I atn-ngth
In C'ottgrvaa; and lo Lava that tlrength an
absolutely correct coiuiu ouo above atipi
cioit, iitttat be taken. There are ltt pul-
lii-ana who would not litfilalo lo rcort to
fraud lu order to cut down tho political
atrrngtli of tha 80111I1 Tht Acie )'urt
Trilmiu- apparently favora fraud, for it haa
ptllilirhed a bogtia, falao and Irattduleut
eatinmtp of the opulalinn of the (vnith,
II cannot U (otgolten that iu lso tho Ko
puMii an, tried to cut down the Mipulatioti
of South Carolina, while Kellogg'a fraud
ulent Croatia ol Louisiana in 173 i nt ill
retiieiubcrcd." There I a great deal of
truth In thia, and wo commend it to tho
attention of tlni J whoarv anxioit, to cut
down our rvpr-aentalion in Congrean by
diafrauchuting tlio negro on a Laaia of il
Tub N. ImuU (7i,-.AriaTuf, we are glal
to sue, continues to take a deep and abid
Ing interval in the industrial progrvas ol
Ihu South mid notes witli evident pleasure
tho (ul "that KU hmond, Vs., ia making
the (toilers and machinery of 0110 of tho
new waiahipa; that Alabama and Tennca
are liaie taken a plain lralde the lending
iron-producing Males of tho I'uion, and
that one or lw j other loralitin only a few
hundred miles this al io of tho (iulf of
Mexico have me extensively Into Ida
cotton uinnufui tilting bit-ilur, show that
the liidiiattial center ot gravity ol tho
I'uited Stales la not as far north of tha old
line ot Maaon and Dixon a it waa iWlora
or tweuty jri-ar a.-o."
A W ri.L e-i'iippcd navy yard oil or near
tha (iulf of Mexico U an aWlute netva
aity, and il ought In bo retMhliahed at New
Utlcana. Th, prvas aud people ut tho
Mississippi Valley are iu favor ul that city
Watiao it is within may dmlaiieo ut the
iron and coal li. l.la of the South, and then
the boat ship tltnU'r are lo bo found in
tho forests and swainia that aro almost at
Tn Castor Oil Trtut and tho Plug To
bacro Trust are In course of formation
Th, manufacturer of castor oil ar, ready
to lako the limd step and orgsnixe a trust
combination with a capita! stork of f-VI,
000 lo $o00.(KW. The Castor Oil Truat w ill
be an Immensely tirnlltahU one. The
ptice ot th and has been altoul $1.00
lunar! for year, while tha price of the oil
has Wt over 15 cnl. and as high aa 10
ccnis, and not lower than 13 crnl,
pound. On the basis ol 1) cents th
crusher. Lav, a ptoCtol 4 cwul a pout.
with a yield of sixteen pounda to a bushel
of socd. Tiioro are but aovun l-egular
mills In this country, the actual valuation
ol their plants being about $75,000.
The Plug Tobacco Trust will repre
sent a capital ol $25,000,000, and ia to bo
orgauizod lor "aulf protection, " and not
with a view to awiudlo or rob anyone.
The small manufacturers can save them
selves by ontcring tho combino at oneo,
and thus giving earnest that tbey appreci
ate protection against homo competition.
If they don't they won't havo anyone to
blatno but themselves if they are crushed
out of existence. .
Mr. Gladstone is still "tlio grand old
man." In proof ol it wo have his record
tor Inst Friday, when his journey about
the Cornish and Devon Count came to a
triumphant closo at l'ly mouth, whero an
unparullclod welcome awaited blm. A ca
blegram describing tho scene Bays: "This
old man, who ia iu his eightieth year, bo
gnn the day with a drive 0 twenty miles;
then addressed a great on-uir gathering
in a hot sun; then, after a railroad journey,
addressed another crowd nt tho Tavistock
Station, and later delivered a long oration
to 7,000 people in the Plymouth Drill Hull,
and lastly held an open-air reception at
night lo witnesa a grand display of fire
works on tho I loo. It is not a wonder that
w hen, at Torquay, be began by pleading
the Infirmities of old aim, the crowd yellud
buck, 'Where are they?' and almost raised
the roof with answering cheers."
Tils Ontnd Jury nl the Moral Court la Urm
phU has Inillclvil all tho Judgo and cleiktol tho
election In the Tenth Congruaalotul libitrlct ol
Temieaaee Laat November, (
The Imlictiuctita are foundoil on allegations nl
fund, obi, and ar tlouhtloaaa Republican schema
hi help along the contest lor t'ongrs-wruau I'tielau's
aeal by Kjilon, the defeah'd heiulilliwn lloinluee.
A pollilial panic In the Tenth MUrlct are dl
vldnt very nearly on the tulor line, this Ini Ident
inayaervo to linpnaa tho csliiinied Mnarma Ae-
mi. with Ihe bleu I'm t arm ellilng like Mco coll
llirlexlall I he re.- Crminiilum Aim HumI'U
We ore not in tho least afraid. Judgo
Hammond, though a ltepublican, Is a safe,
sound, honcat Judgo, who has groat faith
n thu law and tho tacts. It thu (tenons
iiiliclcd are guilty aa chargod they ought
to be punished. Tub Aiteal believes In
aw, in thu impartial and just enforcement
of the law, and It has faith that truth and
justice will Btirvlvo any and every test.
We euro nothing (or the politicians whero
the law ia at atako.
It will be ot interest to our farmers to
know that, as The Atlanta loiutitiition tells,
an Atlanta firm within a your fattened
ft.riOO beeves on cotton seod bulla from tho
oil mill, at a profit of f:0,0iXX Two train
loada ot these beovca wuro abipped from
Atlanta to Philadelphia and Bold there in
comjK-titioa w 1th Chicago beet. The aamo
linn will fatten 10,000 ateors next winter.
Mr. Joel Chandler llarria, ot Atlanta,
ho is an authority on stock raising, foods
la Jerseys on collon seed hulls and says
that "the result in milk, bttttor and beef
lamnxillg.", Mr. W. M. Towers, of
Home, writes of an oxjioritnont with corn,
cotton seed meal and cotton aood bulls, in
which tha bulls prod u cod by far tho best
Till .liM'Tiriia itlrmyalMka: "Why should
not all usi'lrwa noises" in cities besup-
prvsaed, such, for instauco.a church bells,
atonin wbtstlia and street-car bulla. And
it reminds ita readers that "In Berlin
heavy wagons cannot run on curtain
street. In Paris any car load ol rattling
material must bo laatouod until it cannot
rattle. Munich allows no bells on street
can. In Philadelphia church bulla have
been held a nuisance in certain neighbor
howls by judicial ruling. Kuiam whistles
are forbidden lu nearly all the larger ciliua
of this country, and moat of theao noiiotf
in our advanced atago ol civilisation are
utterly unnecessary. Clocks and watrhea
aro now so cheap and plentiful that ateain
w histles and bulla to donoto the time aro
Tin recent lire at Su-Chow, China,
which nuintrrrod its victims at 10.OM, tur
nialiet Tht aVrar l'wl 7nWllha ti lt for
a sermon tu 1110 ludiiiereuca witu wiiicu
Ihe average American m l European road
this horrifying item, which haa not induced
anybody to auggi-at aid (or the sufferers as
in the rao ot tho Johnstown disaster.
Considering, however, bow recent aud
bow rapid baa been tha extension ot sym
pathy beyond the boundariea ut neighbor
hood,, it ia conceivable that, a century.
hence, thu ayuianthy of Uto world may
range, like the poet's 'ubaurvallon,'
'(rum China to Peru."
Pi tu tc attention lu Charleston Is con
centrated on tho trial ot Dr. T. Ik Mi Dow
(or the murder of Cant. IMwson, lute ed
itor ol TV .Viae and Cuuritt, which wllllio-
gin Monday next. Our readers are (auiil-
Ur wilh Die particulars of the dastardly
crime, which aroused tlio utoat lulciii, ex
citement at tho lint, of Its committal tho
I Jili ol laal Mirt h-aud which la still re
garded with horror on account ot tho de
liberate attempt by tho murderer to put
the IxkIv ut his victim away and hido all
(races ut his cowardly deed. The proceed
t will bo watched tor wilh much Inter
est in every part ot the country iu tho boje
that justice may prevail.
Ix mii StLiant has granted tlio Ttxalnn
Pillo- Team permission to laud iu Great
I'ulain, arn.ed and eipilped at a inililaiy
body. Put it ia because they are almost
Pnghsh, you know. In the caso of tha
Atlanta Company be refused because the
Captain's name was lluiko. And Dial's
Irish, you know.
Tux IViiiocrata ul Maine, Vermont, In
diana, Michigan and Iowa are lull ul faith
and flfht, nud tptilo itisUlu the Southern
ediims whoso opinion In opj.tit,iti lo
Uovernor Hill n , caudidato were pub-
lished in T lit SL Lnuit PupuUic last week.
With these five Btatca and tho Southern
Slates we might easily leave New York to
bcr factions and her corrupt political" lead
ers and tho gamblers.
Tub death of John Gilbert, comedian,
at Boston, ia announced by telegraph.
Full ol glories and of all the honors that
popular applause and approval could indi
cate and confer, a man ol commanding
figure and importance has thus been re
moved from tlje American atitgo. Ho
bus been intimately and conspicuously
Identified with it for more than a
half century, and has shared in many
of lis groatest triumphs. Particularly
Identified with old English comedy, Mr.
Gilbert was in bis day a good "all round
actor,'! and was safe In bis judgment as to
plays and players. Ho has followed after
his old companion and friend John
Lester Wallack very quickly, but ho will
not bo so soon forgotten, for he has been
for some time almost aa a tradition of tho
stage like Garrick and Colly Cibor. Ho
bad a distinctive personality that will Live
is long as the American sUtgo itself.
Ma. Roiikrt Lincoln, our Minister to
England, made bis first speech in Eng
land, at the dinner given by tho English
onglnocra to tho American engineers at
Guildhall, London, on Friday last, and
made a decidedly favorable impression.
Hit Ijundun Pud says that it "recalled the
happy tact and graceful good feeling of
Mr. Phelps, the late I'nitod States Minis
ter." This is tho highest possible praise,
as Mr. Pholps left au impression of almost
unequalled oratorical ability.
Tub Ia)wI Timn, In view ot the settle
ment of tho Sauioan affair on the basis
fixed by our Government, commenting
editorially, says "that even Germany
would bo compelled to think twice or
thrice before provoking a collision with
America over such a question as that of
S.iuton, and wo cannot but rejoice, there
fore, that tho lulliieuco of tho United
Status has been ao moderately and yel ao
Chicago is in so thoroughly an anftrchiu
condition ao (ar as its public affairs are
concerned, and ita oliiciula are so bound
up with tho various "national organiza
tions" that it is not deemed possible (or a
aafely just result to be reached In the trial
of the mon charged with being aecossoriea
or accomplicea In tho murder of Cronin.
Editob J. J. IiiuiAiiiuoN, ot ThtVavtn
Krt (la.) IkmocniL, says that tho cause ot
tariff reform ia growing all ovor tho West,
and that ii tbo Democrats will toe thu
mark squarely end bouoslly on that issue
they will win in ls'JJ.
I.. i- - -l
THB FESTIVAL CONCKBT3.
Teatarday'a Pertormanoaa at the Naw
Th, concert given at the New Momphis
Thealcr by the Krsltval Concert organisation
iimler the direction ot Mr. Carl jrralin, ex
eroded. III Miliit ot excutlciiro, all expecta
tion. Tlio aoloisla Kuima Juch, Julia Pit-
rut 1 1, Adela Ansih-r Ohe, Thrrrs, Herbert
t-iH-rater, ilib-no Von INm-uIioIT, (iluacpiie
Canii-auarl, Victor Herbert and Max IU-inlix
were reinforced by an orchestra ul forty
plii-ea. It la a splemlid air.Kregntion. Tlio
pnmiiae uf the management was more than
fulfilled. J In re Is no orKanii-iliuii com
iNirahle with It , In turrit now In
fo ro the Amerlcsn public, and there
have la-en no such demonstrations ot ap-
planar beard ill a Memphis theater for many
a day as were evoked by some of I lie soloists
ycalcrdny afternoon and last nlht Tlio
animation of the afternoon was the piano
performance of Mia Adi lo Au der Olie.
When alic appeared to play Mint's Concerto
III K Flat, tlivet'bitorsaw a young, lluxeti
haired woman, uf iiuhIih! ilenteanor and with
a face lliat apoko of Intetiso feeliua. SI10
playcil without notes. It look but an in
stnul for tha audiruc, to ivalix, that an
artist uf phriiomennl capaiity was at
the Instrument Hitch a marvelous
touch! Il ruuld b, r a lily believed
thai Mis Au tier Ohe bad hud I.ll (or
teacher, for there came lo Iha mind al nnco
Ihr extraordinary manual force ami ilcxtcr
Ity of that great master of inatnuncutallon.
Viewed from the stnmloilit of a nu n ly
physical dettiotistration, It waa amnring, but
when lliere were1 revealed a rnrr Inlelligi'in-r
of Interpretation and a fervent srmmihy
that at times grew Into a Very pa-alon of
emotion, wotidor bnauia raptiirott ad
itilnilioti. Though llio roinpoaltioii rr
quiivil the full resource of tlio on In t ra
In lortla-lnio. Ml.-a Au der Oho
malnlaliicl Ihe rnmniatnl. Tlicrc wsa a
whirlwind of apptnuae when she iiuu luded.
Slid she was recalled acniii ami again by way
of compliment. Hliitior ump.insrl and
Madiime Ili-rbrrt-Kisrrsii-r wem the vocal
solol-l al Ilia niatlnrr. the former singing
Figaro's well-known aria In "Tlie Unrln r of
Prtillo" ami tha lattrr "Tctire llallv." (mm
Tantihaiiser. Cainpanarl's baritone waa very
sgrreablr and was nnlnMr for the forco an I
ilelltillenrsa uf bis not". Madame llcrhert-
Forrvler I an . artist who iinra' with
l.eriuan vigor anal kom-siy, her voice Ik-Iiir
ofirr.iiul ciiiiisn au l i'i'l She cunir tu
for a large share .of l'1' lioimnuf llio
sion, ami In a tluovnili lumiaiinri. fmiu
"Die Flying I'liw lininu" revinletlhrr surrb
dramatic tpMullt,'. Ihe most itilerrsting
wotk uf Ihe or In"' in the aflrniiMin, was
Ilia prrftirnmnC Of the "nmlaiite" and
"linale" of ItnHlmven'a Kiflh Symphony,
aud it wasmnrkril by great rnriful rxe
c ti I Ion and tbaf dix-riniluallon whiih
h ill of romp-lcul b-s I. ralilp. Tho nighl
coinerl liMUght. lo the Umrds Miss Kmtii
J nt It. wboni everylioilt In Mcmplil a lorea,
and hliitior l'i relit, 1 Miss J in li showed Ihr
si me blu'i ri-wllriiica w tiii h won for her
the unstinted fatsnrof lit.-pu'illc on a fnrmer
imi s.Iou. Her rers'p'bui was very cordial,
hlgimr IVrotll aang tlulm ly. Ilia tenor I
purr and ntoal niclodi.ui. and his vocalisa
tion rliararlcrlied by rurrea-t and aifiirary.
He hnik high C In a piwure Mm "II Trova
lore" apparently wti.i-iut eirort. The
ailiieveimnl was gruti-d bv Ihtimb-r
of iiplauais and I ! e amlieiir, iiia'le
li nt know by half a Uu -n re
calls that b bad p it the bottae Into an
e lay ol tlrllght Mias Von ku blioff also
sung an j prnvenl her- i( a ,Uroiigli artist.
Shu was rerxastrdly ni ailed, and Ihr audi
cm e di ilalesl w Urn she liititiutliil a eonipul
aury mvall r. Mr. M.-r's-it, rt Iln, and Mr.
Dciidix, violin, were al.o given opporluuliy
to show' th, skill ot these admirable
Instrumuntttilsts, and neither gentleman
could hove found fault with the
appreciative disposition of the houso. Tho
second part of the night program was do
voted to the garden scene of "Fauat," re
rottl having the title role, Jnch being Mar
gucrito; Von Doenhofr, Siebol and Martha;
Catnpanuri, Mephlsto. -It was rather less
Interesting than tlio first part, although each
sang well. Tho dramatio fcuture lucked
attention, marring tho general effect.
llio pinno used at these concerts Is the
celebrated Htoinwiy, which, for purity of
tone, singing quality, responsiveness and
volume, surpasseg all other instruments of
their class and character. The secret that
years ago won for th, Btclnway piano a most
enviuble place with the Breotcst liianisL
and singers bos nevor boon penetrated by
other makers, and it still roigns supremo the
world over as the king of pianos. Artists like
JlissOhc luiowthe value of tho clear tone, the
power and the carrying properties of tho
Btclnway which iu concertos with orchestras
such as yesterday flooded the theater with
melody lose nothing in contrast with tho
volume and coloring given out by the
strings. We say this in justice to an instru
ment thut is an.surpu.cd and on, that is
as necessary tu tho highest musical art as aro
to the puintcr those enduring colors that,
never fading, .or, always on the cauvass
fresh counterparts uf nature.
13 IT WORTH WHILST
1 It worth whllo all this charing; and worm
W hy all this wimui ol uperllitoua breatlif
i hat la the uaa ol this maihhvitiig hurry
Onward to reach what, at lust, uuda lu doatbl
What though the live ol all great men remind Ui
That SMicun make, our exialunisa aiililiimi.
80 that when dying we may li-am behind u
a rew nceiuig mars on tnocold aamla ol timer
Do not tha live of ihe same men still teach it
Hoar futile and valu all thnlr arhrta hai-a IwienS
Th Inlea ol their triumphs and trlala Ibat roach n
but lessen Uiulr glory and darken tha awns.
Their cold, selfish hope and their foolish ambi
Their yearning and droam. unfulfilled to the
Have kept them all slave till tlio wolcomo trans
Has galuerod thorn Into tb, tomb of th, past
Then why do vou chldo the gay t-anlanapallan.
n no uarin:eaiy leaata on tlie sweet ol loUayT
What la lb usu ol one's living an alien
lo aucU ol uarui Joy as wo nioel on our way?
Should w huataiad the aweetsT No! The wisdom
Htill bnardauu the Ireaailnia thai never are used:
Far totter fur morula tn wlaely determine
10 sco tiiai tu joy 01 today are uinuaea
With klndncs Inaplrlug ocb warm huarl'a pulia
W lib faith In our fellow, whatever Ih -lr alaliou.
ia 11 worm wuuo to ua crauy, uujuatr
The animal man la a bnorlah reality
a t-otiaumiiiutis cointioiinii 01 ruiiiiian ana rust,
Ills giouuoaa, relievwf by a spirituality.
icuiia ever to proairsie Uls aoiu lu tuo UUat
With hopefulnej, truatfulncss, trutbflilaca, soul-
With lioiual Impulse unchecked, uniestraliml:
With nothing conventional, no notoof iloieliiine,
1 anuol our claim upon Ulgnt be ntaliiiatusd.
Is It worth while to renounce all Itfc'e consonance
Kelluiiilaii all lov lor tbo love of a name?
Ia It or ill while to enoiuiiier llle'a dlaaoiiance
for a sound Irom lb, braaouiuiiged tciupi-stol
uuiar at. it. UMiuo'iy.
Jarkawsi Manwsl Ops-n.
Owing to the ruin last night tho benefit
tendered the Johnstown sufferers by the
Dcsbon Opera Company w aa not as lurgely
Httendod as tlie management desired.
Every preparation possible to swell the ro
celpts bad been made. The Tennessee
Brewing Company donated a number of
kegs ot beer, C. J. Ilargan & Co. furnished
a (urge amount of soda, tho Iluhlun-IIuse
Ice Company,' supplied Ico free, and F.
Bcnseick, the Beulo street coiifuc-tioner,
hod gi-noroiksly donated a largo quantity
ul ice cream, the itross rocoipts of all aalea.
including gate reruiitts, to bit turned over
to the Momphis Johnstown fund, and tho
Jarkson Mound Park managers regret
thut the audience wo not au large aa it
would have boeu bad lair weather pre
vailed. Tho performance included acts
from "Tho Mikado." "I41 Maacottrt" and
"Chimes of Normandy." Mivara. Nolann,
Mac Sweeny, Unborn and Di-alion admira
bly sustained their rnapective roles, tho
latter netting the audience w ild with en
thusiasm by hia superb impersonation ol
liastHird, the miser, in the "Chimes of
Normandy," being called before the cur
iam at the clone of the art, and presented
with a lovely basket ol rarellowers. Mire
Dtirvea, Dressier, Travsra, Bmscho and
Hess ailded to their already largo list o(
admirers, and the trained choruses filled
lu notices of the D.tshon Company here
(ore Mr. Thomas Dagnall, lhe.ru usirnl
director, has been overlooked. He is,
without exception, as skilled a director as
ever appeared in Memphis; ia a hard.
conscientious worker, very exacting at all
relieanuala, hiking great priilo tn the aur-
cefwful redilion ul every opera, and ia
withid a courtooua, obliging g)nt!emau,
evor remlv and willing to aanisl the hum
blest member ol the company in any
luunnnr required, and, aa a m.ttU'r of
ronrs. commaiida the rmix-ct of every
11 v in bis capacity as direchir, and Is
revered by all for hia gentlemanly quali
ties and kiuUncss ol luart,
The following program bos been kr
ringed for Ihe entertainment to le given
tonight by thu Turnveruin for tho benvfit
ot the Johnstown sufferers:
Orsnd Marrh and tb-atlieabw
s.an-a-s en llnrli'ifltai Itsr.
smug, lay Mcmpnta M annrn-hor.
A. I ln-. by luru. r ln.nk I.. Monlerrr'4
t iiiiN-iill,,n and ! shll.li..ii tmii-lng. '
hoiig Meuiphia stannen-ttur.
p-i lainatioo. by lutti' t A. Uouiana.
I.serelas-a ini I'srallel Iwsr.
"lug of War," by BiemtoraolTitrnvenstn.
At tho conclusion of Ihe exercises danc
ing will Ims indulged in. Admirsion, 50
ceuta; ladle free. Tickets can bo purchased
from uiemlN-rs and at Ihe door.
A IMasi Isaaslt SJaltierlwg;.
Ciikaoo, 111., Juno 17. Tho annus!
Convention of tho Inienal Council ot tho
Ancient Arabic Order uf Noble, ot tho
Mystic Shrlnn, ia being held In this cily
today. A Unit 400 Noble, are in attend
ance as deletra'.esi from all parts of the
I nited Slates and Canada, representing a
membership ol ll,sl, all Kn'ghta Templars
or thlrtv-eocoiid degree M-isona. A lutn
quel will lie given tlie visiting Nobles by
Medinsb Temple at Battery D tonight.
Star Istr II ay 1 1.
Naw Yona, June 17. The foiled Ftttcs
msn-uf-war Kearasge left the Brooklyn
navy-yard dock at 10 o'clock yoi erlsy
morning bound for Port-ati-Prince, llsytl.
Anchor was wriglteil itnmesliately afhr
Commandaul Ituiusey and Admiral tiur
bardl went on board. Tho ulllifrs and
i-rewa of the Atlanta and Chicago cluw-rd
the vessel off on her journey.
Tlsa llaaaalwlss ahl l.ltsw.
Pa I'BAHt'iMO, Cab, June 17. The
A'r.mi.0 W ol hnlav alatos thst f l.COO.OtK)
has been subserilted lor lite proposed cable
iN-twoen Honolulu and 8n Fraociaeo, and
that the work o( Uying the caUbt wiU be
cotuuiciiced within eighteen riMMiths,
( awl. Mwrrell Aia Wsartt
riiii-AOKLPniA, Pa., June 17.-Capt.
Hamilton Murrell, of Ihe stestmshlp Ma
sourl, waa prueeuUiJ Ibia woruing la lb.
private office of Mr. Geonre W. Childs
with a solid gold medal, the gift of Mr.
Joseph Pulitzer, of the New York World.
After the presentation at Mr. Chiids's of
fice Capt Mnrrell returned to the Missouri.
Shortly alter tbe Captain hart reached
his vessel the committee in charge of the
presentation of Philadelphia's testimonial
medal stepped on board.
Capt. Alurroll, in receiving the medal.
said that aftor all tho wonderful gifts be
bad received since tbe rescuo he could not
help think that one human nature per
vades us all. and that tho same spirit that
prompted tlio giving of the medals bad
prompted him to hia art of rescue.
1 1 rut Alato houias Wales, thiol Engin
eer Arthur Cross and Carpenter John
Phillips made speeches. Medals we e
also presented to thirty-two others of the
crew. Eight or ten of the seamen were
not present, having remained in England.
Capt. Murrell promised to forward their
meilals, anil humorously accounted lor
their absence by Baying: "The fund you
raised was too much for the boys, aud
they stayed back to spend it"
GREAT YEARLING BALIS.
A Lot of Fine Tenneasee Colta Among
New Yore, June 17. A largo number
of sporting men went to Hunter's Point to
attend tbe great Bale of yearlings by Wm.
haston. There were fifty-three fine bead
from Bell Meado farms, owned by Gon.
W. II. Jackson, of Tennessee; eleven Cliff
Lawn yearlings, owned by W. B. Cheat
bam, of Nashville, Tenn., and twenty
eight from Fairvicw, the property ot
Charles Reed, of Gallatin, Tenn. Tbe
bidding waa spirited at the commence
liiont of tlie sale, and so mo good prices
were realized, but nenring tbe close so
little interest wss manifested that most of
tbe finely bred (lilies were sold for a more
song, tho average beiuii about $150 apieco.
Tbe Boll Meado yearlings, tlio most im
portant lots, realized $W,175, an average
per bead of $082. Tlie highest price,
1,500, was paid by the Dwyer Bros, for a
bay colt, full brother to Miss Ford. The
total amount realized by tho aalo of the
three lots was fW,175, $1,000 being paid
tor tlie Cliff Lawn youngsters and $6,000
for the Fairview yenrlimrs. Tho summa
ries of thoso which brought 5300 or more
llell Meade Vosrlltnra
ltay colt, full bm'berto Young I.nko and trvls-
ton, by I. uk Hark burn, out of Hirer iluld. tu
DVfycr 11m. lorfl.jai.
Ibtv coll. by kuiuirvr, out ol Tom Uoy, to bam
font lor !).
Hay colt by I.nke tllaekbum, ont ol Touch Mo
Ma. to 1. ami s. nnrrta lor tj. su.
Iimwn colt by lroiUots,uui ol Uric a-llrae, to Dr.
Carter, for SM.'.iu
Hay cm ill, own brother of M'sa Fonl, by Enquirer,
out of bribery, to liwyor Pros , lor H.JOJ.
Hay colt ball la-olber to Hcimrier, by Iroquois,
out ol Honuie Mend, lo K. M. Hail. IL.tsi.
Hiv colt, ball brother 10 Kbusa), by IniquoU, out
01 niiiierciip, 10 r. si. nail. i
( bi-tiiut iuIl by Faraudale, out of Tambourine
to Mr. A nick, for '.
brown colt hall brother to Mattle Iwrsm, by
Imp. Ureal Tom, out ol Imcbv, to W. Walker,
luy enlt hy t.ttk Illai kburn, out of Top Lllb, to
i, Plums, pniai.
t busiuiil co't own bmther to Altenton. by m
Kirteil urtat Iou, out ol Ikoum 1x11, 10 r. H.
1 b nun coll by Kuiinlrer, out ol Tassel, to F. X.
Ikay colt half brother to Fcnuomy, by Iroquois,
out of Mantis. I t J. M. Morrla. (.
Ilrown colt own brolherol llkimietle and Rig
goyet, by Urauiblu, out ol Uobiucl, to lUiadua,
1 ln-tnnl Cilt own brother to Tyrant by 1m
ported i.n-at Tom, 01110I Moselle. K M. Ilali. .i,
I basitiilit coll. by lnaUoUa out of W Ire Utaaa. to
II) ran Mrl'artlaii-I. to
I bi ainul colt, by Iroiitiol, out ol Tallulati, to
Mr. vsiirncB, t.iaj.
Ilrown nil), by Irinpiol, out ol Ulue Gowo, to F.
U Hall. ,wt
Itav tllly, by Enitilrer, ont offutlncttii F. M.
Uay nlly, by lnUola, out of Uandaua, to J. Iwa
t hi-siuuf filly, full elab-r of Fgmont, by ta
qnlts r 00 1 of Mullta. J. H. Oray. So.
Hman lllly, by Iroquois out ul ltoulotto, E Me-Cb-lland.
llmw n ally, by Iroquois out of Ortihsn Girl, to
K. K. Alcsill bar IToi,
Hmwn nlh . us r aUter to l.etaway, Inapsetnr
snd l-'lls H. by Inquirer out of Colusa, to J. eau-
luri iur s.-.eu.
I 'II a las vearllnra
t'besuiui colt bv Imported Great Tom ont ol
Addie Mart, lo U. 1. nnev
1 besinul toll, by luiirt.-l ureal Tom out ol
Vlarv VsnuiitoC. F. M. Mall. S-tal
alrvM-w yearlings In tbla lot only nne sold for
t aai. Ilils wsa a bsy cult by I.011S la nut ol
lioiim-e, to M. Iliigan (or I MK 1 11 others sold lor
Irom Il llo.o,
This is ihe first timo In tho history of
the lutnous liello Aleaile llioroulibrrd
ntireris that the yearling, hivo been
olfercsl for sale sway from homo. Among
liioao present were: M. lawyer, tol. U
D. Bruce, llenrv Slanlev, of Caliloroia;
Mr. Price, ot oliio; I'. ' Dwyer, U 11.
Moore and Mr. Oidland; of Kuglaiid.
Ik, Trial mt '. . Iask,r.
Hpectal Plau h to Tbe AiqaasL
AnKKDKKX, Miss., Juno 17. Tlie trial
of C. C. Eakur, who killed Jerry Smith,
the engineer, lost Friday, rotnmencvd to
day U-fore Mayor Mainard and B. C
Sims, Jusliro of tlie Peaou. District At
torney Walker. Cant- tieortro t'. I'ainn
and Farkfotd A Clifton apiwared for Ihe
State, aud Sykes A Kichardsou lor the do
(ensc 'nlleiallary taa aweellea.
Special Putwlch to Tbe Appeal
J ah oi, Miss., June 17. Tlio Board ol
Control ot tlie Mississippi penitentiary to
day cancelled the lease of L. C Dolsncy,
of ashington Connty. of flftv-fivo con-
vii ta on account ot charge, of maltreat
ment, and rrluaaeil tliem at once to N. A.
Pollock, of Greenville. Dulaney ha.1 Ilium
at wora on in unit
impt. tlawsaw MstMeror Ia4lela,
CiiARi.K-sTu, 8. C, Juno 17. In tho
Court of General ricaaioii, today, Judgo
KershiW presiding, the Grand Jury rw-
lurneil a true bill iralint Dr.T. B. McDow
lor Ihe mnnlernl ('apt. F. W. Dawson In
Marrh last. Mellow waa irrai.ned and
pleade.1 not guilty. Next Monday, June
.1, waa nxea tor in, trial.
Th Slat lteella Weal leal aaelely.
Special IMpalrh In Tb Appeal.
N AsiiviLi a, Tenn., Jnno 17. The Ten
nriwesj Male F--lertle Mnllral Society met
in annual aelon bet today with a fair
attendance. II. S. Holme, ot Milan, was
elerted I resiilent; J. II. 1 ek.of Sruihvillu.
Secretary; G. M. 1 lite, of Nnshvlllo, Treas
KismTost, OnL, June 17. Tho follow
Ing letter was found lu a bottle tuesr
Ganauoquo: "Captain of the lUvhria;
help, the ship la sinking; all have been
washed overboard but me. I rteci mv
turn will come nrxL A lion t IbO yards oil
(ialoup Island, laike Ontario."
Aerlstealally sillied Ilia Villa.
Naw Oki.iAia, I-., Jane 17. The 'ic
nmw't Amite City iscial save: A sad
j domeatlc tragedy ocetirred nrar Independ-
rnre Sunday morning. Mrs. Pare II.
Williams, sjd eightiHoi, ws accidentally
shot and killed by her husband.
sj'iney r. noon know
W here II gueth, no on sbuwetki
Urrv sa.l ll.r . cvefywlniw.
a . nd
Frnsh I'kIsi, siMart tmaivr aarj
holes to psv. Imrrow, boirowi
How It gi, a, no Ota k'iSTS;
Wbr Hgorlb, bhoiw !-.
RETURN OF THE ZOUAVES.
THB GALLANT BOLDIKR BOYS WEL
COMED BOMB WITH HONORS,
Bnthuslaatlo Reception at tbe Depot by
Local Military Companies Cheers All
long the Line of March Scenes at
Notwithstanding tho wet weather last
night there was no dumper on the enthus
iasm of the gallant soldier boys, who went
down to the Iron Mountain depot to wol
como home the Memphis Merchants' Zou
ave. The Chickasaw Guards, the Mont
gomery Guards and the Schorr Zouaves
were out in full force and gavo the return- A
ing prizo-winncrs a rousing welcome, Tlio
Chicks went to the depot in fatigue uni- 1 '
form, expecting tho train to be in at 9:V f J .
0 clock p.m., schedule timo. but f J S
accident on tho toad caused tbo tra.'v
to be an hour behind time, which
placed some of tho boys In an embarrass
ing predicament They had ladies at tho
concert and were duo there at 10:30 o'clock
to escort them home. When it became
known thut tbe truin was la to the uni
formed members ot the Chickasaw Guards
marched to the armory, but left a delega
tion twenty-five strong at tlie depot in civ
ilian's garb, who made op in enthusiasm ,
what they lackod in uuiform. They fuirly
made things bowl tinder the leadership of
Billy Miller, Eugcuo Willet and Connio
Bruce, knd no little of tho liveliness ot the
occasion is duo to their stout lungs and
The Montgomery Guards were out in
full uniform and made a splendid appear
ance. The Schorr Zouavce w ore also on
hand in parade dress, snd while awaiting
tho train put tip a drill on tbe plntfovl.;
wiiicu i'vukuu iuo piauuim 01 me spec
tutors. At 10.35 o'clock p.m., the train steamed
into the depot Tho band played Dixie,
and tlie air waa rent with cheers o( wel
come that must have tbriilod the return
iug company to the heurt's toro.
There was no disputing the genuineness
of that Welcome. "Hurrah! Hurrah!
Hurrah (or tho Merchants' Zouaves,"
shouted the Chickasaw Guards, Tho
Schorrs took op tho cry, and it Bailed
duwn the lino to tho Montgomery Guards, .
whero it waa echoed back with Interest.
For five miuutea there waa nothing but
cheering, and hand-shaking and more
cheering. Tho Zouaves have roason to be
proud of tbuir welcome.
After the boya had cheered themselves
hoarse Ihe command "inurrii" was given,
snd lo the enlivening strain ot tlie Bou
lunger the column moved out ot the depot
in the following order Montgomery
Guards, Schorr Zouaves, Merchants' Zou
aves sud Chickasaw Guards. All along
tbe lino ot march tho escorting coinpauiea
kept cheering the Zouav-s,anJ they never
desisted until tho Zouaves' Armory on
Hernando street was reached. Here tho
Montgomery Guunls and Schorr Zouaves
drew up in line and prcnciitod arms, w bile
tlio Merchants' Zouaves marched by and
Uistairs to Uieir drestiug-roums, Heru
tho greetings were renewed, eat-b member
o( the escorting coniaiiie giving there
turned price-wiunera a cordial grasp uf
welcome and a (riendly word.
Capt IvUrey waa seen by an ArTKAI.
reporter in tlie drill ball aud questioned
aa to the award of the Judge. He said:
"My ineu never put up a better drill iu
their live and out-lit to have received
first prixe. The decision of tlie judges
wss a diaspiiointmeul not only to our
selves but to tbo majority of tho specta
tors. I am satisfied that we made leas
errors than the Walsh Zousvea, but for
reasons that it is not worth while going
into, they got the first prize. It', a reuli-
lion 01 tlie doe, we got at vt aaliingl.;r
1 i 1 i........ 1.. ,,ii 1.. r, .. 1 iit, ....i..i 'I
'.,.". , ,u ,,' ntiu anj uvu,
"How were you trealed?"
"We were treated like princes. Noth
ing could exceed the generous hospitality
of Ihe people of Galveston. It waa one
continuous (cast fioui the day we arrived
till the day we lull. Our reception and
treatment was royal, ami we will always
hsve a winn spot in our hearts fur Galves
ton. No city can boast of nnre gallaut
men or lovelier w omen."
Tug Ai-i-XAL joins the Ikjjs who went
down to the diqatt in extending the Mer
chants' Zouavi-a a cordial welcome,
Th Tawss)rll Alaaaaal aaaelely.
Spas rial llsailch lo Tlw Appeal
N'Aauvitia, Tenn., June 17. Tlio
Alumni Association of Vaudcrbilt Uni
versity met to-lay aud elected Allen G.
1 1 ill, of Tcnnc.ser, 1'rosidont; Bo v. John
Harrison, uf Tennessee, First Vice-President;
Prof. R. II. Bryant, uf Tex ts, Sec
ond Vice-President; Claude Waller, of
Kentucky, Third ico-President; M. K.
Harris, fourth Vi)-rresident; tiranville
liomlloe, Fifth Vice-President; John T.
Mtdill, Historian; Orator, ltov. John
Harrison; I 'out, K L dot kelt
The Alumui decided to endow a profes
sors bi In the acad. iuic department
Dr. Henry W. Morgan offered a resolu
tion indorsing tbe board ul trust and
pleilging co-oiK-ralioo witn it Tbe nno
luiion was njisilcd by a vole ut 12 yoaa lo
wwrla4eil Tkitl Mwlfc kkwalal lll-x.
fivilsiaTf II. Jomm 17lal lt.l
1 . - ' . 1 - ,
afternoon the police were notified of 'S
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ajiuisiv, aii'a ai.-uia-sj auiiitiv in iiuiiaaj
in Turner alley. They found Mrs. Nich
olas Pearl dead w ith her throat cut and
bur husband witli an ugly gnsh in Lis
throat He was lakeu to tho hospital and
talked in an incoherent manner uf hav
ing concludetl It was bell lhal bulb should
Ho was seventy-ono yrars old. Tbey
came (roiu a farm near North Vcruou,
Ind., some month, agix, Neighbors aay
that thoy hive bad many quarrvla.
rs 1-rwspeela kwl law llallatlaa.
Missitroi.ia, Minn., June 17. Ihe
Jiiurnar 1 Mason City, la., special lay
Noiw ithslanJing tha llsttrriug crop rejMirts
ut out from Dakota rclutivo lo the antic
ipated abundant yield uf smalt grain, ad
vico received this looming from a gissl
rlioii o( Western and Sutiiheru Dakota
isle lhal amall grain I, an eulirw failure,,
nioro ao than any in ulber year. The
gram la all burned uja, fully half of ihe
acrvuKe waa sow n to wheal and oats. Corn
iliH-a not show, the) clloi-'s ol tha drouili.
Among tho liurniing eumuiuuilica tins
lailuro will be auruly lelt
GiAsn PkAriiHi, Mich., Suno 17. Bol
ton', Mill.titwir Newsygo.hurned Kitunlay
morning. Adjoining il ws, a largo board
ing house whore Ihe ,uitioyee lodged.
Alonso iK-laevy and Ola McLcuny per
ished in the Halites, and anolln-r lu Junip
ing from a window received prolxtbly fatal
Injuriea. It la thought U10 firo waa luceu
diary. ltlr Trlegraaaa. y-
TtrTS r.l. Mla. inn IT. - llmr rUInf
Dsirwl Arkas-wa i ll), Xak to. ,
Hit'lhVll.l.k. Kr- J i ll.-Klear rUInc wit,
t b-M loiiieasn tlx la OS. and , h i Hah, M
tlw rsnsl. Weattor rluikty and pi isatib f
'AIKt. Ill . Jan 17 -Ills T, lel tlraeM. tn,
lalllra Wastbi-v eksar sitl na. la-paruwt tils
M ViaSalMirg, kal. b.. n,
T. LOI la.M.1. Jiintf K-Klief l.llla. wltk U
Iraal on the lalias-. I.isaili eluavly Slid warm.
Artlse.1 t.ll woe-v Nra ix.wwia. Is. pa 1 led. Jua
I. la wool a, Meaiplma,