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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: "WEDNESDAY, JUXE 10, I8S0.
. Wasiiikotox, Juno 1, UH
For Alabama und MiaaMppI: Fair, followed
la lllaslMtppt by light mini, and slightly warmer;
rot Arkansas Fair and warmer, with southerly
for Tennessee and Kentucky: Light ralut and
slightly wannor lu western isirtloa.
Wil DkTBTltNT, It. 8. SKISAl. HKHVlrg,
AUkti'His, Tenu., Juuo is, lsg. (
Wth Met. Time. Hr. Temp, Hum.
8 am ?..! 72 I'l
i p.iu........ . .;ua m
Maximum temiwruture, M"; minimum tempera
ture, 71)'. Rainfall for 24 hnun, .OS. Itlver gauge,
(i p.ni, 3.4. Chango In 21 hours, 0.4 fiilL
4'otloa Reslon Hnllelln.
Mrarilta, Tonn., Juno 19, 1SQ.
For tho 24 houra onilinz at ft o'clock p.m.
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m 70 ,a)
t 7i ........
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Milan ........ ....
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111E UKSirillS APWAL.
TERMS OF HUMaUl'TItlN.
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kit uionlba..... t CO I One mouth... ....
Qc Mt... I 1 00 I Ml months.
(ineycar I 2 uo Hit innnllii
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TO UiMltlUl'TVlUJ AND lVKI;FPOSDF.ST8.
. inhclt letter and communication! upon mih
JrtH ol scncral Inlcti-at, but aurti mtial elaaya lio
icompanlrd by the name ami addreaa ol the
Tiler, aaa guaraiilce ul lilt tond faith ami re
ntlUttjr. No notice ra be taken ul ationr
4 (oniuunli atlniia lor publication muat 1 written
uli cue aide ul thr line only, ami, with all other
n allcta ronnccliNl ulih lliciMliitrlalliartuicnl,
lii lil lie aildnmnJ' lu lliu fcilllur ul llio A
4l, ali-mi'liu, Ti'uti.
Wr iHiinot, a a rule, nu.t. riake In rvtiira aitltlea
koi luuml auiuhlu Inr puliliiailun.
oi n nkw yohk tiyru r.
lailrrn oftlie ol 1Kb: AI't'KAL, No. II Trlmtne
IliilUlna, New Vulk. i. L. Vau lutu, edal
I tattrn Atrnl
lliTripl" j I'-lcnUy rm Imt f ln1ci. the
Mnuld at ol any ilny of till" "'U'0. I'n liH
for aiiiup tiny lul yt nr, "7i Imlr; aiiice Sa -tcriilwr
I, 7li.'i,;J luilia Imvo Imiti mclvril,
llif alilpmrnla for aiiliii t i tun Ih Iiir 7"l.',i:il
loilca, liiiviiin tint r-tiH'k riniiiiiiK ai con ut
S.i.'.i lalo. Not a lnlo wna nt i ivcl liy rull
-1i tlny, S of ilir 7 coiiiIiik (ti liy river
ami I he n-tiiiiinliiK i lor :i(.'oti. IU lornl
liinrli I n itili l, na UMinl, llu- antra I'l lu;;
l.''i Im'i. or Al to i iK,ii, i mnl tlui ro
iu.iiii li r to iiiln ni. ijhi i oil. ol wa r:iy
at Ni Orliiina, ijtiirl til l.lvoi ihhiI, nml
inly hI hii ailvutii-c of I IK' nl New York.
iiluin ailv iiin il I o .1 miiI-Oi1 S..v York,
In limil I lo S ,lutA at l.iTi rml. ami nt
Nr OMi ana die tirnr iiiioii i tit olT I
jk.IiiI aiot new crop nMiiiilva uucliaotr.it. The
iin-vii'ii a to the f nltiri' rmia' i tin i iitlmi
inuikcl a III In- ilithh-J ty I lit.' kI.iihI lukiii
;n i ki i ;m i i us a ! ti:a L
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J'i1 ni ironf tin U-t IiiI'cUmI ihr tuntrf
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tMpiUl In lurllt-rt iin1mIhv tltn ludutirt tl Inlr
ury h I' tn 'Vt l.itk In
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Uui wt urk4i, StiiaJ Ifriiiv lti lilrfri-l
uiii mn whiih lw lntii g 11. tuii ! -tiMiiitf i
n.ih I'vlatalloti tuu r'iii; I mil In M l-M.nri,
ni llutl Ut If ili finU'O tn ttir :KuUiife nl Una
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i-i j t-n-t iiafanli lor lln m.i'iI llic
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ptl i at. Ihien- 1 ia p'll.l.c mun . iiam .iini
ami Bill, la Hie en t. Wiail uill.. t Ur iw ia
r. In tnclr aWn.-. Iy an Inl'minii
I'ltiloii ltieaeitlrua.i.itia art Ihinvinre linn-lr
attO aliinilil raaelie pn. ci alii nlli..
In a ilin,fnl nlit aeaie (lail In nu'.e almia
wnloy kuAw ana Inline. iml elfw) mm il u,a
, I I'lMi i'al liintt a baa In aa nn Ilw aaw tul.j'.t
Hit li. R. HrWr Weati.a. In a term ili'.iii e
Irlorr tkfnncn-iaUoti nl All Hoult thnnli. Sw
Yi', atrunixM iea m.xv la anlana nli I In
h ,T'ier ailal aixt anolal phaaca til "Trnau " II
upao luria a um Ivrelrelcia l UoU r.l
evolullonarjr law In ncletjr tirlnijlnj imil intw
peat and rnd will tn man, and tlii) Biml uialcriul
rciloiuptloo nt tlia race.
Tluu fur, howoeor, wp rp notlilnj advance 1 Hint
mwti Ilia practical iiii.tl.iii, Irn'Mmlblo
"Truala," aa tboy arc now .organUo I, are uot what
are wanted. Aa now conalllulod Ihoy breed d la
tniat, ornate dliaaiUlitctiun amun( tlie mn.iii.T4
ol "TruiU" lliemwlvva, and do not orsaulw biul
mnauiion AKlentlHo baila. Tlio in.Klol marked
out In Iho evolution of thaKundird Oil Coui
laiijr la a true model, and If an Internum. Corpo
ration Uw w paaao.l li Conerest einbmlyliwlti
.cawltli an liitemtnio ComtnlniUin aim liar to
that under wlilcli mllron.U aro aiinU'l, Ilia
country would hare eomethlnn thnl the "plo
could undentand, aonielhlnif that they wiiold ant
tain and uphold Jim! aa tliejr uow do the Inter
tatet'ominnrco Ijiw. Thla waa our nrlKlnal aug
Keallnu, and wo have aecn no cauao to rhuuire our
opinion-then very dlflldcutlr ttxpruaeiL Urtalu
It la wo want no law, Mute or Nallumil, which
lesallioa the preavnt ao-cnlled "Truali;" but In
aleiid wa wiin t tlio M.iii.Unl prlnciple-'vnr in
Wiiiitl" embodied In lesnl form. Tlio bnalnna
world rau then go forwaril and orKunite lla coin'
iiutcIrI and tnduatrlal 11 Ic In accord with nutloiml
life"' flurilim fiiaia." It Uglo-l'MiMikie
Our riitoomrd hlloaoihlccont.'nii)oniry1
to wluise article our attention has been
osjicclnlly cm! It-J, is wrong, from IU HlunJ
xint of kuu Jing I i bora I hi in, in tutikliiK
ny concession to Trusts orn'Rnrdiiig thutn
as iu any aonso or ik'nrco fuvoralilo to
tlio pur)oci of na advancing civllU.ilion.
Wlmt the I'nltod 8Utus are today as
niititm in advance of any of thoso of En
roio is larguly duo to tbo individuulism
that la still happily encouraged by our
State and National Constitutions. Ami
individualism Is tho very opiKwItc of Trusts
or Combines. These aro in tho nature of
Itumian Communism, which rcturds and
rvstraina tbo individual ami prevents en
terprise and invention. Tho Trusts ao
fur formed havo been ores n I rod witii
a purpose to prevent couijietiliun, to
regulate supply and demand and con (1 no
lubor to a Ivmis that will be in accordance,
not with tbo spirit of Justico, but with tho
supposed necesMities of profit of tho mom
Iters of tho Trust In this way an uper
cIiism la funned, and a lower, which is held
In subjection to tho upper by tlio clming
and 0ciiiiix of mills, as stocks ou hund
mar dictate. All tin.ill oiH-ratoni aro
crunhtid out of existence and no mlildlo
cliia i led to hold the bulanco of power.
In a free country like this TrtmU should
not bo ciicourHKod by law or public opin
ion. Tliey repreacnt the old and exploded
idea of tho Guilds llmt at ono tiino in
l.iiijliiii.l and iu llulluuj controlled
all nianufucturea and coinmnrco. No
man ciiuld lenrii or pursuo a trndo
without the coniont of tho Guild
Hint controlled It, and no limn
could anil a ship iu opposition to the
lliuiM'ntic town iiirHirittions,or the I n1ch
or tho rn.'lihli I'jmt India C'oinjmnleH.
Thi'Mwere tfiuniitic uionooliea iu their
ilny, but they wero couiM'lleil to itivo way
to the individualism that was born of our
devolution and of tho l'reiu h Hevoltitlon
which in I'rniKO destroyed tho liioxt iu
fniuoiis and rciiiiiraclcMtly cruel of all mo
luiMiIiea a tilled uiixtocmcy. Joffernon's
idea of ua little govermuont as poanblo is
tbo ouo that (piickomij tlieao KUitot into
tlio extrnorillnury and a' 'normal Kf"th
that bus I'liiirAcleriaml lliolu aiuco the
adoption of Hie I 'ctleral Cuiistilutioii. The
largest meaatiro of freedom con.iinteiil with
law is eiwiili.il to national proreM, theru
foro tliete should not bo any CotiMrirtloti
of tho iniliviiltinl by tho iron-bound
rttlea of TrititN which can compel con
formity by even greal corporation. That
corporate eiroil luis lccn ol vaat iM'tielll in
advaui'iuK r.ivili. itlon every luielliont
man tuuat a linit. They aro aKN-iiitiona
of capital an I energy that, well directed,
Imvo accoinpliahn.l beliellrlal results, asiu
tho caw of tuilroad and steniii'ihip com
panics hoM) riniiret' aro usually fur be
yond tint reai li of ordinary Individual pus
s.bility. Dili there aro many of IIiomj in
(i)iiiM'tltion and they thus d.i piud and
not harm. They am therefore to bu eu
iHiiirniri 'l as;iuut ln.livi.lii.il. Hut trusts
are diireient. Tiiey kill corMirations and
ruin individuals an. I aro uphold on the
principle not of live and let live, but that
the denlh of tl.o many is ncc"u.nry to tho
life t'f tbo few.
Tii (juration of "elective allliiitiet," of
which Hint line old roilo, lloctho, trended
in so a.'diictlvo a way, hn uk' tin Im'oii re
vived by the mad caprice of a Christian
healer who recently put away her hus
band and In the teeth, of the law married
another m m. Mic liiit brMi.-ht horaelf to
aa'rl that " marria.i now eits there
ia no wife-love or l.u.l.ini I love. Ihc in
ih liniti', sulijii live condition called uiar
rine, na eiifoni'il liy laa, la not niarriiiue,
but bund late; that mnrri.i.-c, n ulnti'd
by Ian, la a auked pi 'vctaiuii o( tho ill
vine piiria.., ihero is no doubt."
And vet fcjii as she left this
atibi rtivo c nid lion with hor bus
bsnd alio walkcl voluntarily lut.i a
sul jiitic eoii.liiioii with another man
D't .1 f uit a-a-iely bat coven-d herself
witii li.utin. This alio will con tea, as
oilier crniiji women have il inn iK'fore Iter,
win n il is Iiki I. lie. Mio will then, (n r
Imi'S In lists sti l bilterneaa of spirit,
a.liiiil that uveil a bad httali.ind l belter
llmu u bud world sil l that t'lectivo allini
liea ineaiia ehi tive rot an. I ruin.
TllK Acar Jo Mnni.t Jwn no', comment
itiit on I he pi.'jH.i'ion that the rotate of
Mill )1, Hid sell its ii tei cat In the. Chea.i-li-nlic
snd Uhio Canal, aaya "the railroads
fiiild U only loo happy to mt) I lie Chcaa
p.'uko and Oliio Canal nbtindoncd as a
water way, and aro claiming that it la dam
Sa.i'd beyond all repairing. There la a
ii'ovcnicul iu lank lug circles in sympathy
with the railroad, lo udtlrale the public
mm I up to tho xint nf bellcvliiK thnt tho
la-at ihiiin lo Ui dotir with the canal ia to
sell it for a million and let some railroad
Luil. I on Its lino. Thl would bo (tcrfoctly
lovely (or tho llaltinioie A Dhlo lor exam
I'le, as It would thou havo a complete In
lead of a partial iu timpoly of the carry
in trado nlong the lino of tbo Chesapeake
and Ohio Cannl, and mako competition In
freights itnpo'sible. Yes; it Is a aweet
suiigoation, brethren, but tlio people of
Maryland will kick vigorously, and ought
to rebuild tho ennui rather than lot It fall
into railway bands." Monopoly Is a thing
always to bo fought.
TllK NECUO AG A IX,
To the F-dllor ol The Apncal:
You linvu bad a great ileal to aay lately abniil Iho
ni'uro am havo mmlo nouui etirneat apiieala (or tho
white mull's eonalderatioii ot hltn. W hat do you
think ol thademamla mviitly mode at the Jackmin
tonrentlon by the ncgnHaa'iiililed there?
Tub AreiAt thinks tho statements
and demands of tho Jackson Conven
tion mischovious, bocauHo they arouse a
feeling with many negroes that can never
be satisfied or gratified. Education and
Cbristianixation is what the negro nocda.
Poclnl equality, even In the loaat degree,
ia out of tho question. No railroad com
pany in tho South would attempt to
force iiegTooa into tho same cars with
the whito people. That tho whito
pooplo would no more tolotato
or permit than thoy would mixed
schools or mixed churches. There ia
pride of race, aa Tin Ai-psai, baa often
stated, that governs tho whito race ln ill
maintenance of a superiority that needs
no wordy asaortion to prove it. This pride
of race ojxratca on the whito man Instinct
ively in tho West Indios, in Africa and In
tlie Island ot the Pacific, wherevor he
com os in contact with tbo negroid type of
man. It even oerutes, in tbo Kant Indies,
where the English aro brought in contact
mainly with the Indian of the Aryan
stock, of w hich be himself ia a descendant
Equality in any social senso between tho
whito man and tho negro ia totally
and utterly out of tho question, and
the negro leader who projiosoa it is
simply playing tho part of demagoguo
with bla raco and Injuring it by arousing
tho latent prejudices of tho white man.
Tho Stuto of Mitaiautippi has provided by
law that netrrocs paying first class faro on
railroads shall have separate fimt class ac
commodations, just as it but provided first
class schools for negro children, that are
aa well appointed and equipped as those
for tho whito children. This ia just and
lair and ia lu accordance with the spirit
that lias always and that will always bo
characteristic ot the white raco growing
out of race repugnance and the necessity
tor rsco preservation. The best negroes,
thovj who have carefully observed the
tendencies ot things and Iho ro
sills of tho last twenty-four years,
aro aatistled that their race must
iiinko its way on separate tinea dis
tinct from tho w hite race, but under tho
protection ot tho law that guarantees tho
negro in bis Klilical and iersonnl rights.
In this bo will bo beljiel by tho whito
man, who will continue, aa in tbo past, to
maintain public schools for him. He will
also lie belcd more alrcuuoualy than
ever iu his churches by the while man,
for that is th c dit larstion of all Iho Chris
tian bodies that havo been in convention
this year, and is tho declared purjioMO of
lending ministers of all branches of the
church. The negro has bis ow n school in
stitutes nud normal schools, and furnishes
teachers for bis own public and private
schools, and thus is making and will
mako bis owu way in civilisation. hel'd
in tho work of educating and Christiuuiui
lion by Iho superior luce. And lu time
all cacao of collision will dinapiiear. Tho
negro deiiingogtio will cease to excite bis
fellows by demands iuiKuiiblo ol fulfill
uienl, and the two races wot king tide by
aide will accomplish what ia tHiMiblo to
theiii for the advancement ot the beat in
terest of the country. The uegro com
pare .1 with the white man ia in the main
as a child is to a full grown man of expo
lieniT, id trained power and education, and
it is a criminal act of folly in any man,
whito or black, to attempt an asertion of
equality for him with tho white man in
any way socially. Tho negro who does so
is an enemy of bis race and la a hindrance
lo the continued existence 0(1110 comity
and good will that should lie fostered be
tween tbo rates for their mutual good,
their safety and their peace.
t.-r"! - :-. : --sr a
Tlia St. Imiii sua nil serins loltfl
greatly diitutlwd lent tho Icinocratlc
M.1I0 Convention lo be held iu Columbus,
Ohio, in August, nominati ex-Congress-man
James F. Campbell for Governor,
why, King a I. an bill man, it I mints is a
Hill num. Hut this does not follow. Mill
is as much of taritT rvfoimur aa Cleve
land and Is therefore as Inimi
cal to Kiindull. Hut whether all this
lie to or net, 77ic (iM Amorm; may
be sum tbo Ietiiocrutic party will go
into the ll'lil In I vi.' a unit (or tarilF ro
form, and that upon thnt iaauo it conll
dciitly cotiuta on tho election of its nomi
nee whether it be Clevel.iu I or Mill, or
some other man, aa wo hope It may.
hov a of the I .astern and Western joiir
linlaol iiilluclH r.amoiiJ them Th( Srir )o,l
ru7 1 atl.l Cii'iitji ii'ir-OiTiiii, l.iko (ii'll.
Early to tsik for his recent criticism of
(ien, Sheridan's movements in the Valley
nl Ihc cl'xe of ihn civil w.ir, Including his
(annuls ri.lo when be turned detent Into
victory by a daali. (ion. '..irly waa the
hsM-r on that occasion, but it was
because bis at my had been greatly
reduced and what wvte left of his men
Were cihuilitod by a campaign that tosted
'.heir ondiirauce in an extraordinary de
gnu, l ooking buck Ihroiiji tho vista of
yesrs he sees tlio movement mow clearly
and d'H-a not llml that there is so much
torlhe (1 1011, la of ,;. oppmicnt to plume
Wiorld in niton. Well, Una is Iho opiiiiort
of a g.ill.oii old siliboi- who.' abilitv wai
oftcu leati'd, especially during iho year
when he kept Sheridan, with a greatly
superior force, at bav. And. then,
there is his momor.iblc? campaign in tho
valley when ho destroyed Hunter's corps,
and drove its remnants pell m ell into
Washington, tho population of which city
ho paralyzed with dread lost ho should
enter and lay it in ashes. Sheridan never
did anything finer than this. Gen,
Early can lose nothing by a comparison
with Sheridan at his bust. He was an
alert commander, moved swiftly and
struck directly, reminding tlt people ho
fought for j some t iinei of the immortal
Jackson, with whom ho had campaigned
TllK AVw York Commercial Jlulfrfm, in a
recent editorial, in which it publishes tome
comparative figures, shows thnt the clear
ings ouUtdo ot New York for Ave
months of this year have exceeded $3,000,-
000,000, by $11,000,000, a total that was
never before nearly ao largo. But it ex
plains that some of tho ciliut represented
in this enormous turn had no clearing
ho 1180 last year. If thoso aro doducted
the fact romaint that "twenty-two citica
besides New York, including all tbo largest
and most Important, have boon reporting
constantly glnco 1830. The aggregate of
their clearings for Ave montlia this year
has been $7,333,000,000, and eight years
ago it was $5,721,000,000, aa follows:
ISM..nM...MM.M,M. . (,(Ml,W0,0Oa
l.. ...... s.oai.iuo,on
8, 721.200, nou
'The transactions in tho yean 18S4-7 in
clusivo may he omlttod; thoy wore smaller
in 1SS4 and 18H5, recovering to leas than
$0,1100,000,000 in lHWi, and lost than $0, 500,-
000,000 In 1887. Thus it appears that the
Increase ln payments actually made
through cloaring-houaes at tho citlea out'
aide New urk, which have reported every
year since 18S0, s jicriod of eight years,
hat been 28.3 por cent. Tho increnso in
population baa not boon quito aa largo,
and there appears no valid reason for
doubting that tho comparison glves'an
approximate Idea of tho increase in volume
Fnou The Chutlaituiiya Tradttmnn we
learn that glass is to hare a competitor in
fine, light wire composed of iron. Tho
pieces of iron are arranged about s twelfth
of an inch apart and aro woven tike cloth.
This woven wire is dipped in translucent
varnish, which contains noilhor guui nor
resin. It It dried several woeks before
using and take a bright amber color clear
as glass Itself. It can bo bent and boar a
great deal of strain. It hat already been
used for lamp chlinnoys and street lamp.
Ma. II. O. Bond, ot Emdey.Ala., general
manugcr of tho Toniiessoe Coal, Iron and
lluilroad Company, writing to Iht Jnmi-
filiiurerf llrrimi, ack now lodges thut pig
iron cau presently bo produced J n Ala
bama for J7.50 per ton, under exception
ally favorablo conditions, and ho has no
doubt that time and experience will de
velop economies in tho manufacture of
iron there that will, under favorable cir
cumstances, produco iron for that price.
Ft l.L returns from roniisylvan, where
Iho people yesterday votod for and against
an amendment to tho Constitution ot that
Slate prohibiting the manufacture, sale and
trallic iu all klndi of mult und spirituous
liquors, wines, etc., wilt, itlt conlldciitly
predicted, show majority ot 200,000
against too ainoudinent Tlio vote polled
was unusually heavy and rivalled that
caet for rresiJeul In ItsS.
Tiia&. wis .'piiVtcof Monday lias a
well-designed and carefully prepared en
graving ol tho driving-wheel of an engine,
which pictures SL Louis as tho bub ct tho
Southwest, lu which it takes in Nashville,
Louisville, Cincinnati, New Orleans and
other country towns, nckjiowlodging tho
sharp rivalry of Memphis by leaving it
out Iu tills TV Hi'u'jlic is jmt We
are a bub oumelvoa.
Tiikrs is talk of tho investment of up
ward ot $10,000,000 In IV'iiiaun, Tex., and
vicinity by a New KtigUud syndicate, who
will develop tho iron uchls recently dis
Tiik acreage of tho wholo Sonth in cot
ton this year Is 20,.'K'.i,4H.) acn-s, bring an
increase ot till.oVH) acres, 2 31 100 er ccul.
OBATEPUL TO THE APPEAL.
An Rxpreaalon of Thanks From the Sis
ters, of the Oood Shepherd.
To ill Fdilornl The Appeal. at
lrar Hlr I'lraae acc pi our luo'". i;inirful
thinika for your editorial of sHimluy n!ling
atlenllon tn our work arnl ita ncccaMiii-a.
lU ii.Ica Ik'Iiij geiiciTii, and clmrltiil.le, sc
rurnle and tlniely, Il tti.li iim a urpri'i'ily
1 tear conception of our w 01 k ami ils melhixU.
I ert.ilnly we could not have wlahc.l It U tlrr
or more rorravlly writicn. The lone lhrnii(li
out la noble, trulhful nml admirably pur.
II la deeply SJipCiTial. 'I l.y ua.
Awiiring )oU of a f.iiiliful miirnihrnnce
In our pr.iyers ami U of our dmr charges,
ws rciiiuln ineol lirali fully youia,
Tm Mirs or im, it, Hip H111 1 nmn.
Cotivi nl orlti ti I lic'hertl, June K
YOL'Nli WOMAN'S I'OAHDI.NO IIOUI.
Reception and Mnicale I aat N'ttrht at
the tioom) Cf Thla Nobis Institution.
here ia no lintuti..n in Munphis
mnrv deserving of uhlic aitpporl and
avmrtathy than Ihc Young Wumsn'a
Hoarding lloine nn t nion slnet The
ollhrm of Ibe Home urr Mrs. H. Watsori,
chsirmsn, Mrs. It. W. Mitchell, vice
chairman; Mr. II. II. lu-nrd, secretary;
Mrs. P. 8. Alston, tteaaun r; Mrs. 8, A.
Hurpris, superintend! nt, and they have
devilled themselves uh se.d and energy
lo the taa of 'aJvaiiciiig iu inleirsts.
Thn object of 'he I.. one is lo proiiinln
the physical, liM-nlul utnl apirililal Wellare
ol young women wi.o ro endeavoring
soll-tipstrt Ihoee alio desire to avail
thomnelve of tho comfort and protection
of the homo aro requ red to furnish satis
factory testimonial of character, to aute
whit employment they aro engaged iu.
and to conform to such rules as the board
may think netcauary (or the order and
huppinoM of tbo family. Having com
plied with these conditions, anv worthy
young woman will be' admitted . to the
home upon terms adapted to her moans.
In cacs whero the applicant's salary is
less than $S per week, half the weekly salary
is demanded for board, nndeven where the
salary does not exceed $3 per week the
hull of thnt small amount is accepted as
full payment for board and lodging, The
average number of boarders for the post
twelve months bus been twenty-live aud
they have enjoyed all tho comfort and pro
tection of a homo. A woll-stocked library
and a good piano furnish sources of amuse
ment tor leisure hours, of which all may
avail themselves. The table is provided
with gooil and wholesome food, tlio rooms
aro clean antl comfortahlo, and altogether
the Home Is doing a world of good in pro
viding worthy young ladies with a place of
abode that combines tiie safety of home
with the variety of hotel life.
Last night the doorj of the Home were
thrown open to ita lricuds, and the ovon
ing whs devoted to music, recitations and
conversations, after which icj cream aud
cakes and cotlee and more substantial edi
bles wero served in ahundance in an ad
joining apartment The young lady board
ers did the honors with an easy grace and
snonUinoous cordiality that served to mako
all who cams feel thoroughly at homo.
They were assisted In their hospitable du
ties br Mes. lames Samuel Watson, It 11.
Beard, K. W. Mitcholl, P. 8. Alston, Will
lam Floyd, F. Itrooka, Eravser Hoist,
William titewart, T. Polk, J. It Godwin,
P. M. Stanley, O. K. Jopiin, A. M. Scar
borough, (J. Murkham and P. M. Patter
son. The following constituted the even
Vocal I)uet.....Mra. W. A. Gags and Uin
- ...Ktnme Peak.
Vocal ..lo..........Mr. l lark Kiiowium
Piano N.li)...m. ....MUe Juaaie UeC'lintis k
Vocal Nolo ....... Mix Iniiilap
l'lano fula .... ...Mm. (I. Callahan
Pecllatliiu..... Mm. Marnaril w II. hire
l'lano boln ..... M ra. flora Turley.
Miss Iteaaio Mcleao, Katie Puoli and
Lula Itobinson represented (lower girls
and reulized a handsoino sum for the home
by disposing ot bonbonnioros to all who
Among the prominent gentlemen pres
ent wore: Tho ltev. Mr. H. II. Watson,
Mr. W. A. Uugo and Dr. Dr. It a Maury,
all of whom exprcMcd themselves as de
lighted with the homo and the good work
It is doing.
Prof. F. D. Baward Honored as Few Men
Are on HI Departure.
It is seldow a gentleman receives a more
profound "farewell" than did Prof. F. D.
Seward Inst night, the occasion of bis de
parture tor St Louis.
It Iteganoarly, at tho gentleman's rooms,
Na 51 Poplar street, and continued in
earnest and without interruption until tho
departure ot tho professor on the Iron
MouuUin train, at 10:20 o'clock.
There have boon tew citizens of Mom
phis who acquired within period of two
or three years such a wido range
of popularity as tho gentlemanly optician
who was given the aend-otf. While
musician ol ruoro than ordinary merit, it
was uot with musical pcoplo alone that be
was a (uvorrte. It was a musical crowd,
however, that came together to render the
lust hour of bis stay In Memphis the
most pleasant of all. There wero about
twenty of them, who adopted the methods
best suiting Iho pleasure ol thutuselve and
thoir Irieud. 'l uo initial number on the
impromptu program was musiculo in
tho parlor. 1'hi exhausted the repertoire
of the entire list of gentlemen, solo and
concerted selection. 1-rom there the
party adjourned to the private apart
ment ol I'rot Seward, where chain
luigiio, cigars, regrets and more
aiugiug were enjoyed until time lo leave
for the depot A largo four-horse 'bus
was in waiting, aud in this tho crowd was
driven down Main street enlivening Iho
trip with stirring snugs. At the depot
singing was indulged until the conductor's
"all aboard!" and Iho moving train
brought il to a doer.
Prof. Howard was visibly allcclcd by
the dniiioiHtrntiou of his most intimate
musical blonds, ao much no, m fact, th.it
he wavered in bis determination to leave
the city. His dcortment, btisiucn and
social, hat been such that hould ho even
tually return, a generous welcome await
Two Tough Thoug-bt Tbay Owned th
Earth, Also Jackson Mound Park.
"Tickets, plesjw." said the gutc-kcrjicr
st Jiukaou Mound Park lust night, as two
men entered the gate.
" Wo' vo got no tickets, but we're golug
thrt ugh Ibe park, just the tame," said
one of tho men.
"You cannot go through hero without
ticket," was the n ply.
"We'll show you whether wo will or
not." With this one of ibe men made a
dash through the tarringo entrance, and
the gatc-kreticr ran around to head him
of!, when the man sent out a shoulder hit
and landed heavily on the gnto-keeprr's
jaw. the latter countered with bia left
duke, sending his nnlsgoiiist to his knee,
when Iho second follower ol Pullivan also
jumped on tho gale-kec a-r. Nuiu'cr No.
I IhoiH'ht ono round roouuh, and ma le
good bis ecn while the gute-keemr was
keeping the Hie oil' bruiser Na 2. Tho
hitter received more thnu bo bargained
(or, wua lliiully overcome ufter de-ia'tato
resistance, look trip to the stnlion-houatt.
and w ill have a bearing this tnoruing be-
lore juogu iiS'l.len.
This Is tho llml arroft niR.l.t this sc.iaon
at the park, and loiu'hs will do well to
steer clear of there, as the manager is de
termined lo arrest aud punish every evil
door. ODD FELLOWS' f'ICNIO
To Oe Olvan si Prospect Park Thursday
The Odd Fellows aro making cxtcnalvo
I'lrparntioiis for a bosket picnic at Pro
I xt I Park next Thursday, and Iho occa
sion promise dbe an iuixr Inut ono In
the local annul of the order. The grounds
where tho picnic ia to bo held are at
tractive, wllh shady groves in ampl suit
ply, and th committee of arrangement
are exerting themselves lo mako Ihc day
eiijovubli' to tho Odd Fellow brother-
IiihI Slid Iheir Invited BUesta. l.uch
incnils-r of Ihe order will be entitled to
two invitations for guests, and thoso wish
ing lo secure ticket of admission lor that
number of friends csn apply at the Odd
Fellows' Hall to Mr. John Gurron, of th
invitation committee, front V o'clock a.
in. lo 2 o'clock p.m. and from 7 to 10
o'cha'k p.m. today. Excursion trains
will be run (ront B o'clock a. 111. lo 8
o'clock p. 111. on tho day of the plrnlc,
and those carrving badge will betaken
the round trip lor one lure.
and Male rer rlnalaal eiarl Her.
Since Militiiw has come to th turfur
there re great mauy knowing owm
who come forward with go advice and
Information about the Innrr-wrwkingt ot
the vaiiout rabai. On ol thee High
Priests was seen by an Arm At. reporter
last evening and after the usual "don't
givo my name" said:
You missed ono very important contest
Itl I'nn. ..,n..n.. ....I .1.... I- -. . ! I
... ;wui riiiuuin, j Bill II1HK IU VyrillllUUI
tVmrl l!liirlr llat'iia't .m.. ..I
..... . . juu iiunill VI HID
candidates? Well, that is strangel There
win uw nn opponent aguinat Mr. dick.
Capers, unless all signs fail and he will bo
the present postmaster, Mr. Jeptha M.
Fowlkes. Just wait a while) and you'll
see. Tho data ia uiado now and tho con
ies, win not ue a weak ono."
Th 8tate Board In Memphis For Bust
nasi The Partial Program.
Tlio Tennessoe Railroad Tax Assessors
are in Memphis for business, and stopping
at Uauton s Hotel.
Tho Board is composed of Reese K. Hen
derson, president; J. M. Boralcy, W. A.
Wade, W. Y. Williamson.
It is tho regular annual visit, and the
gentlemen will be pleased to receive the
crectiiifis of the ofliuiuls of the ton rail
road of Meinhpia. Tbev will today in
spect tho Kansas City, Memphis A Bir
mingham Koad, and on Friday will look
over the Tennessee Midland Itoad, on a
special train, devoting Thursday to the
MADB A BISHOP.
The Rev. Father Healin Consecrated
Bishop of Natches Ytrday.
New Orleans, La., June 18. The Rev.
Father Thomas Hesliu was today conse
crated Bishop of Natches with impressive
ceremonies. A procession of the faithful
of the Archdiocese of New Orleans this
morning formed at St Michael's Church
and proceeded to the Cathedral, where the
coremonies took place.
Entering the sanctuary while the choir
sang the introductory anthem, the Arch
bishop waa invested with the vestments of
tho mass and tho solemn ceremony of con.
socralion began. During intervals ot
the mass Bishop-elect Healin was
roitou wiin the several vestments of
his ofhee. Just before the oli'ertorv
His Uraco Archbishou Jantwena, in
structed the Very Iter. Father Michard,
Vicar General of Natchez, to read the
atHMtolic letter or bull br which Father
Healin was appointed Ills hot) of Natchez.
Tho document waa written in Latin and
was read in a loud aud clear voice by the
At the conclusion ot the rcadinz ot the
papal bull, the Bishop-elect ascended the
steps ot the altar und, kneeling before His
Graro Archbishop Junssen. mado his pro
fession of faith aud took upon hiniHcM the
oatii of ollice.
Just alter tho epistle and before the
gospel of the day was sung by the cele
brant Bishop Heslin prostrated himself
at the fool of the altar, wh'le the Rev.
Father Dumas recited the Litany of the
painui, vo wincli tlio assembled priests re
sponded. At Iho conclusion of the litanv
Bishop Heslin arose and knelt at tho foot
of the Archbishop, while tho misnal waa
placed upon In head, which siunitieU that
he mar be empowered with wisdom to
guide the destinies of the new Nse to
which be was elevatod. Tho ensoul was
then sunn by tho Archbishop, after which
Bishop Healin waa anointed with tho holy
chism, the miter placed upon hi head anil
tiie crozier in ma liana.
COLLEOI MEDAL WINNERS.
List of U Honor Men at tb Vandar-
Fperlal Dhpatcli tn Tbo Appeal.
N'AsitviLi.r, Toon., June 18. F. R. Hill,
ot St Louis, Ma, was today declared the
w iuner of the A. L. P. Green medal, for
tho best Hymn and Scripture reading,
offered by the Board ol Trustee of Vau
derbill University. Tho commencement
exorcises of the university conclude to
morrow when degrees will lie conferred
and medals and prizes swnrded. The
winners of medal aud prize aro at fol
lows: Owen Priza Medal Academic Depart
ment J. W. S well, Tonneaaeti.
Biblical Department landlord Lcitch,
Founder' Ivpormc nt Mnd.ils Academ
ic IVp-trtuictil Lucius Morriam, Ten
Biblical Department 0. H l'.rown,
Ijiw Department John II. Watklns,
I'.iiuiiiii'ring KqiartincDt Owen II.
Tho Elliott F. Miephard pri.a in the
biblical depart men t will go to N. II. D.
Wilson, of North Carolina. The Craw ford
acholurahip in Iho academic department
w ill go to J, Washington Moore, of leu
liesstw. The msnonl liThnologr aebolur
ahips ar awarded to Jorpli N'. O'Neal,
Jr., Tenoesaee; It N. Christian, North
Carolina, and l ytic Brown, Tciiiiosxj.
A Irp lo "i tl llVrf ritr It Yn'titlnifi
What ilimish Ih llreanl all sr.Mt n.cn irn Ind iu
1 it. I ws can make mil c tl.tii'v anl.li.ui-,
Kt Ihal a hen l hii a mar Iratr l.-aili'l na
A k a 0'Vllii( btsikaiHi ihc iHii.l aaml. ol lime
Ths wh ill y..n ehl.l,. Ih ear Sirlanajwlian,
w ho liariulr-'y les-ta en lliv .ait-u ui iiali)T
hut I. llie Ua 1.1 rifle a III llif alalltl
'lo aiich ul tartli a ).ja aa aa la.vi on lite way?
-M. If. s.1. -0 jfii, Jmitf I a, UO.
Tlili. a run Ihnai. rt. (mrllnt li.t.rln'a
l'il on la'th a .hilling n.iiiU
Tliitili )tu tli.t-at arm aortn lite pralai-a
itl the l-s'l a slitliein gmiid.'
Kead th Mill nf aaCI deea
Aa thl ..In' li Hi'l. ituw 11 Hi lurill,
Ps-vl olo tl hjr A ill.- n-l...,i.
I'rfsai'd Ii) al.ili ill tlie I'uti ii.
Head aTiill 111 io1' P lore.
lar In Vlc-n rn villstfc lew.
Oto-- act" l"iiii'l ilaamic l.a.lptili'a,
lu lit lltll Ol loll! atA
Iveply arand In sollil crantlc,
s ivaiita cattie iritot im-r -a
W mi a chain ol I 014 ittittti'iiitia
Alel Hie i,ciimi, Vt itaiHSt a iv tltca.?
Pl'd Ilk rrval'irca In Ih watrra
Ol some ol I U 'nulla .1 ll.aal.
TtMlcl Mhllc llina' Ha ka art plaatle,
1 roj lliv atrand 1 11 mi, h ul Io-hI. .
TU" Ihrae rrr.tl'irea of far reohs
U-lt lh ritt i,','ii r.'iU;
And ll.lr .l . na Itla ecum,
Aa alih smi log mjwi h plua.ta,
Know jou n.4 vnnr earelul r.'l.rlnta,
Mail III clian.'IIIS aamlaol liuio,
W III ahl I In at.lnl ui.iI.Ip,
Kiy ai. meats! Hie arch dirlnc?
"I He la real, lit la rarni?!;"
ton II eoni-iil II, ctnlcanill.
Phi lii ant' lit Urn 'il. .Men
Aller av lult law Led llio auat
Waiiy a lli.r lart the laiirL
I .. - L ... . I , . 1 . .
klatirawiMHt bni.l. 11, ( ,1,1.01
Uo la a helmed la "Ulliira a' ware.
Why name "Irmh" au.l "honeal lutpulse'
In a liemih allli oral. a tatwr
Wlif hold up swrdaiiaraliia
Aa a Bioilul fur uiir iiuv'
Vain. Indeed lasstth'a ambltloa,
A.I Ita pralar a alma lie.
Put. I..tct ao( me "Inin.lilon,"
All ol dosth la m todia
Aie we bid lo die up lovinrf
Imi Imartiaii. tan lit 11.. I am
Lore ol fill kt this c.iMotmtit
W lib ibe oy Ilia aeraanu kneel
Rxd ataln. ailatak pnt.
Mlf Iim kera lh west rie4er.
Ilaa a leaatta iik. om taw It,
1 tiu. T wbtir U to aujoy.
June it, is.4 h U. II.
JOHN SEVIER'S RFUAINi?
TBS BODY OF THE FIRST QOVERNOI
OF TENNE88EH REMOYED
From Fort Decatur, Auv, to Knoxvill"
Tb Body Arrives at Chattanooga
Wber It I Received In Befitting
Manner Reinterment Today,
f piytal DlpiU h to Tlie AppoaL 1
Cuattanoooa, Uenn., Juno 18. The
rnlnnine rtn .Tnlitl R.I vinp ltn.1 C '. ... - n f I
leuuesiteo, exhumed Monday nt old Fort
Decatur, near Montgomery, Ala., and
colliued in a mngnitlcent casket, arrived
hero at noon today in charge of Gov. Tay
lor, stud", and tho committee appointed by
tho State Legislature and tho select com
mittee sent from Knoxvillo to assist in the
disinterment The train was draped in
mourning, and as it rolled into the .union
puBsenger depot the Third Regimont Band
leading them, three military companies
01 u 1 u cay struct up 1110 dead march,
Tho funeral train wag met, in addition to
the local military, by tho otliciuls ot the
city and county and a delegation of citi- .
sous. A procession wna formed at the
depot bonded by the Third Regiment
Band, followed by the military. The
bourse bearing tlio casket containing the
remain of tlie dead soldier and states
man followed. Then came Gov. Taylor
and stall, and citizens. Tho procession
marched to the Chamber of Commerce
where the casket was placed it. state A
detail of tlie State troops in this city was
named from each nf Llna ivimnniiin. am
guard of honor, atid they are kotlng j
watch ovor the remains. Tho casket was I
viewed during the day by hundreds of the f
citizens. The party will leave the city to- f
morrow at 10,oloek for Knoxvillo, where
the reinterment exercise will tnl 1 J 111 sen"
at 2:30 o'clock n.m.
rwfleeyllle Will Have Mew HrhooL
Special Dispatch, to The Appeal. ,
CoKFutviLi.E, Mis.. June 18. At a
meeting of llio citizens of Coflecvillo, held '
in the Baptist Church here this evening, v
it w as unanimously resolved that tho Board ;
of Mayor and Aldermen bo requested to
memorial ize the Legislature for power to
iiuuo bonds to tho amount of So, 000 for
the purpose of erecting snow school build
lug st this place. Prof. l"rcton, State .Su
perintendent ot Education, addressed the
meeting, after which motion was
made and ununimously adopted,
that tho contemplated academy lie called -the
Wynne-Preston school building in
honor of our Ptute and comity rMtpcrin
tendenlaof Education. Niuo leading busi
ness men bavo agreed to furnish the
necessary capital needed for the immedi
ate construction of the Insiituto, and will
receive their remuneration. Irom Iho pro
ceed derived by the silo of Iho bonds.
Airs. It E. Willberg, proprietress of tlio
etali..rtiv I lna m... ....,l,....l
of thanks for relreshuienla (tirnUhod the
With a ? 15,000 coiirthouso and s $5,000
School biiihlitur I'liiroeVillM mav Inuilv luv
claim to boom.
THE LAST l-PIKE DRIVICN '
In tb Oeortrl Pacldo at Winona, Miss.
A Bl Lin Completed.
Fperlal Mapalcb In The Appeal.
Wikoa, Mis., Juno IS. The lastspiko
was driven today ou the (icoigia Pacillo
Railroad, one of tho leased line ot the
Richmond A Danvillo Conmany, thut
making one; continuous rail lino of 1,110
miles (roin Washington. I). C, lo Green
ville. Miss., via Lvnchhur. Danville.
Charlotte, Annistnn, i'.iruiinclinm, (.'olutn-
bus, Misw., and West Paint. The Gt.4i
Pucitlc boa secured thn uao of Ibe track oft
the Louisville, New Orleans tit Texas Kail-1
way and thus secure a connection with
tho Miwouri Pucitlc svsteiu.
Mv.tl Iluiwtch In The Apis-al.
lUi.Kt 1, Ark., June 1.1 Miss Sulllo E.
Oats, of this city, and Mr. Goa C. Portor,
Jr., of Ripley, Tcnn., were iniurind this
morning at Iho re-i.l.'iico. of the bride's
father by Rev. A. K, Grovor, of llio Plot-
RaYlal DUpaleti to The ApprsL
Nkwivkt, Ark., June If. Dr. L. B.
Baker, of Bidter, was married this even
ing al the McCroakey House, to Mia Mob
ho llinea. Tho groom is a ptoiniueiit phy
stti.tn at Bcebec.
Jastge Siresrr 4 arreeia a MlaHemenL -
To Hi Miliar "I The Apisstl:
You pay uie an undeserved, compliment
lu saying that I am 0110 ot counsel who
have volunteered their service to defend
I hoe iodicU.il In tho Federal Court for
violations of the election law. While, in
common with all citizens who believe In
Iho purity of elections. I Imp,' their Indict
mollis are without foundation, I havo
not tillered my services lo Iho i.rfciulsnl
"without lee or reward." .Not Iteiiig will
ing lo receive praise for Ihsl which I tin
not tleeervr, 1 write this corni'tion. li
speetfullr, Jtata M. tilixi.u.
Ihe leleelle Jlrtliral etaarrallnia.
r'CctsJ lU"ili h lu The ApisuL
Nasiivii.i.r, Tciiii., Juno IS. Tlio'
National lvclcctic Medical Asaociatiun tin t
in annual session in this city totlny, nearly
a senro of Matea being represented. Col.
A. S. Colynr and Mayor Mct'iirver do-'
bvercd aiidicaMfs of welcoiiie, which Wire,
re.ioiiilel lo br Dr. Wilder, of Nuw -
Jeisey, President J11V, tit Illinois, rend ;
his sdJrcsa and Ih I oinmil'A'o m I-cl':s-,
latioii presented its report, which wa
adoptt-d and the ubj"ct disenss-d by vari
Ike Jack stn I'tre IteparinaeMl.
SKTlal imi h In The Apltwl.
jAikaoti, Miss., June 18. Tlio Fire Ih
partiiientof Jackson hold a meeting last
nl;lit In Representatives' Hall and elected
th following ollicors for the ensuing yean
I. A. Most ly, prridcnt; Oliver Clifton,
chief; J. W. Luiiulcy, assistant chief; A.
Kossuian, aceretnrv; A. Mnleti, Jr., treas
urer. After the election tho tlepnrtlnenl
waa enlertainrtl hr Hut It.Nik mid Ijuld,.
Goto puny at their hall, with rcficsliineuls.
eklllee) by a lare-la. J
Isliri:wiu, .lch., Juno 18. I sum i
Wantl and Win. Kaneis were Instnutlv a
killed by a cave-In tins morning in th
Cleveland ore mine. ,'
KKW OltLF.ANS, Ia, Jntt lv-W,il,r cleat ,
and warm. Armed (nildn Kulr, Clm luriall.
CINCINNATI. ( , Jim l. .tvrr r, lrt Inch'
and rt-mt. Wtwtber cloudy. Is parted 1. A.
I.'I'h'.i.k. k"r, June a.itrer rlalnt. with
S leet t In. hca on the ialla, and lu hstt 7 tucb-ai la
lh canal lleartr rain. "
Vli'KSIILIin. kllsa, June IA Hirer rlatng.
I'aaMHl ii r I ily i.f Nrw llilesBa a, Mary llouatuu,
la. 1 11 ilit. Arrlict Clly ol J iol.lt lice Iroio ru
laila, I f ra. '
WIIKH.IN'U, W. Vs., June I -Hirer 11 t.sy i
IS Inrhea and rl-ltii. W'twther riun.ly and aana, f
larll kail l-tia kdala, Ciut lUltall. lludavu, f
I'liUlmrg. Pib halor, I'llalturg.
ST. I.i H 'It. M'i . June IS -Hirer rUlnt. with. II I
Ic4 an Ihe (sure W rat Iter a arm. Arrltnl n ,
nr ttilliril and dria. t aim. Ia-rtaak Clt A ,
vauo, natuiat fsw auuui, lauucta, a j