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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL; MONDAY, APltIL -8, 1889.
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THE MEM PHIS A1TKAL
MONDAY. I I I I I APH1L B, 1BUU
Pisa Burr is building a system of
sew cm, and TU Viilthunj Cuiumrrfiul-tlrf
alit nroniiiso that that t it v wilt follow Its
example next year. This Is vory rcaur
ing a to progress, for nothing so cerilfle
to advancement and crow Ih an snuilary
work. - --,
Jlirrlriilliinil C'onvenlinn will he
held nt ( iillioiit), Iji., on tho L'.'itli of Aril.
(iov. Nicholls will lie pn-m'nt and iichlresi
Ihn people, and tho ntH'ewity of cricilt
tur.il edui'iitlon In North 1-ouUiiinu will
be ilici d by I'rof. pHVlon and a tiuiu
h r tif ptactii'itl f.irmi'rs.
TllR (iriHi'iiiy'iiiHi Ay-lliriU is opposed
to tho l'arfrins-Scddotl ohl lino Wlii
innvemelit beeaust1, though profinsi.lly a
iHin-pHrtian movement. It propones to
rnt ml the election "f ('"iiirr-nni-n, and
in ther.'fore a liicnl iiiovemi'iit, mi l an
it is being etiuiueeri'd wholly by Ki-puh-liians,
It is a l!i'pubrii-an movement,
Tna leujin;; neMiH'rn of Michigan am
'teman.liim the revival of capital punUh
men I as tho only means of siipreiMing and
preventing rrime, whii'h U rampant in that
Hate. Tht Mkm'I Trilmnr, proving tho
l onnily for this, hhows from tho criminal
returns of the Nmto for ss; nS Hint In
tho) two yenrs tliem were III murderous
ajvuiulw, fifty ai'(iiittals ami only forty
convictions. There were 119 awaulls and
114 allompled aatnult upon women and
young Kirle. Only tweuty-tilno of Iho an
aailsuts were convicted of this criiuo.
Tux I hil'vilj Uin i'rruthiiik"illtoolnte
to hope lliat tho murderer of Col. Claylou
wilt ever lo brought lotilul. Public wn-
tlment In the Sutn iisg.iiusl IU" Tht Unit
II' k (liurtlt, sx akitig for the people ol
Arkanus, ssys: "None ol this is true,
Public sentiment in thl Klat, with repre
sentative leaders, and ('onh'ri'aatnsn lire k
inridtre foreiiiriKt anions them, aitcd by
tlie slmng ciMiwrvalivo element in the
locality where the crime was roinmittrd,
yfll yd drag tlieMi criminals In Ju.tlro.
Certainly there is no lack of rIToil amomt
reirejvnlative Arkansas iN-tiWH-rals or
lra.liiig Ifopublii aiia of the Plate."
ruivtrs s Ivieea from tVsxIiincton are
tollio rtTi-ct that 1'm.iil. iit llarriMin Is
likely to point (ien. II V. I'Mtterwui to
the ouli-e of mhI utiutcr of ibis city. With
out dinpirugemcut to tho other applicants
(or the omen It may be statist that
(ten. ralterooii's appointment would yjv
MtinUrtion to sll la'nes of the eiple, and
eMcially to the bilnini'M men of tho city,
who are iikmI Intt-rveted In an ctlicietit ad
ministration of the oll'u-e. (ien. 1'iitter
sou's er viii lu tho IVIcrul army, which
It Is priiimed will le riH-onlii d by the
prvseul Adiniinalniiiin, the f.u t lluit he
has always N-en an aclite, workinu lio
publican, an t bis bih aiK'ial and biilna
standing would -oiu to entitle him to the
appoiiituiciit oxer all other sppliciti . 1 1
l"rvrulcut llarrnuin would apNiint elicit
men ss lien. l'Hlterin to the ollliv In the
Hoiilli ha would add greatly to the strength
of his party In this Ttlon.
Ms. Aiki.w ('ASM.otr, who is known
as rlical, rampant, I'r.t. clU.i,;,!, IM,
Liken the field in IVuualvauia sgiiiot
niilnisd discriminations, whuh is only
another name (or protection. I'.iit Mr.
Carnegiu's iliticl views are nuared by
his sell hitt'rei L The railro.eln .I.m liuil
Date Slnst him in famr of his We.teru
CotniK'titors, sud be iswrulhy. Iht u,.
ttulrr li.ltUi'jfnrrr says that aim s liis Hnte-OM-nts
U fvM the Fisnkliu luilitute lmve
f seitcd M much attention and advert
critieimn from his old friends of the IVun.
eylvsnls Itailiosd, I'anirgie bas r-aolved
to give them bis whole annory of farUand
arguinenl. His app tiUi is whetted by the
blood ho has drswn; and the deep Interval
which he has in securing (air height mtet
seems to have animated blw todrawlhs
sword and throw swiiy the sesbbsrJ. He
tells us that bo him in vain tried H-acclul
nd cnUcsllng a)s wilU the railroad otll
clals; and finding them Ineflectual. lio now
takes up tle hatchet and goes before) tho
Pennsylvania legislature and tho bar of
The defalcation of Mr. Snltiiinrsh, the
st.iUon-houso kocper, reveals a looseness
in tho management of polico afluirg that is
in tho highest degree roprohonsiblp. Hero
was an officer with ouly a nominal boud
entrusted wit!) the duties and rcspnnsibil-
ities of an Important office, entiiili nu
the handling of a great deal of money,
and yet over slnco his employment in
there was no attempt tnado to Investigate
his performance of duty. And as It has
boon with him, may it not be with others?
This is tho question that the taxpayers
will put to themselves today, and It is a
question tho Grand Jury alone can answer.
Tub Chattanooga Tiiiirt, a lctuocratic
pujier with protectionist leanings, con
demns the proposed old-line Whig and
Protection conferoncu to he held in that
city next month, and aays: "It is a protty
thing on piier but it won't work In
practice. Tho loaders of Southern thought,
thu men w ho stand for Southern political
opinion, will hsve nothing to do with it,
be they Ilopuhlirsna or Ilemocrats.
Protection is too narrow a platform
to run Congressmen on: the licmocrutic
Protectionists of Iho South nro as far from
tho Republican protectionists of tho South
upon almost every othnr question, whathor
of rituto or 2atiotml scope, as they aru
from the Northern KcpuUicans. Some of
those other Issues aro of mora impottanue
iu Southern Ieinocratio Judgment than
protection; moio Important than any pol
itico-erouomie qitcxlion. We think thu
proposed convention will do much good lu
dic!oing thu utter futility of Iho plan its
promoters deairo to seo curried out."
Tus negroes of tho South, Justly indig
nant at tho way In which they have been
ignored by the Harriaon administration,
arc going to hold a National conference at
Washington, with a view to bring public
opinion to bear on tho President, to coiu-
m I him to upKiiut some of theui to ollico.
Hut they aro likely to have their trouble
for their pains. Mr. I lurrioon is stubborn
and cannot be driven. Ho seems to bo a
man of his ow n head, and his head is set
iigiiiunt tho negro and in the direction of
Iho old lino Whiirs with a view to break
ing up tho solid South. Mr. Parsons, of
Virginia, and Mr. Sodden, ol Alalwuns,
nro li is main reliance in this section, and
ho is following their lead in tho Iiomi that
he can build up a whito .man's lEcpub
hi sn psrty, to be comoscd mainly ol tho
old lino Whigs, who are opposed to any
contamination by the negro. There ia to
bn no "nigger" in the HarrUon woodpile
at the South.
Tin S.ilt IMi 7'riAun' holds thst when
these t'uiU'd Stales ahull become t!ioruith
lycivili"d, theru will bono such woik
counting the deposit' in tho Tresstiry as
there now is periodically. All the revenue
except such as lusy bo needed by tho
actual daily needs of the Ivpsrtmctit, will
bo in ingots of g ild and ol adver.
They will all bo stamped with their
value, and the counting will simply
ronsUt In taking down the figures and
footing them up, and it will lie but tho
wot V of a to hours, liold and silver are
tho pel lect measures ol values; they fur
nish an exact bais lor tho bualueas of
Ihu world, but fifty years hence no en
lightened nation will hsve suy ol cither
metal, except somu siUer lor chango, in a
gen'-ral circulation. They will be Udiiml
the paHr money nf the world as security,
but they will be lu ingot, not coin.
Tits Wtu-hinctciii crn-sNndeut ol tht
St. ..mis l,' u'Jir reports to that paper
what Tub ArrxL's ctirnpotident has rv
Iterated in acvcral ol lila Ci'patches, that
the Prealdi'til has determined thai no ne
gro shall be sppoiutod to olllce in the
Ninth where a n-poctahlo native white
luati rau be secured to accept the olhev.
lit Isd be has told the negroes very
plainly that they have very little to ex
Hi't from hlin. It Is his ihcy to rrcog
Inm the piotiH'tionisU of the South, who
hare been heretofore acting with the IVm
in ratio party and give them the otlic cs.
This Is in line with the I'.lrmlnghain bles
broai bed to him at ludianajioha by a del
egation from Alahams a ni -ntli or so be
lore be beciime Preeident, ll le bis ides
to make the dividing line ol the srtie
In the South, not upon ulor, but upon the
economic polii y.
Pmkv Southern Ileinocr.it will learn
with deep regret that Senator Vance, ol
North Carolina, Is threatened with total
hlimlneas. He lost one rye recently by a
ant opcrslion, and now is thrvteiis
ih iho has ol the other also. Senator
Vance Is one of the wittiest and moat
genial, as well ss one ol the ls-l c pilpp.-d
mcmlicrs ol the Senate. Hols also one ol
I l.o ststimhet snd en,lliw delenders ol
the South, snd bis hiM, con qucnl upon
his di prival'on ol sight. Would bo lull by
tho whole coimtry.
Till floor, (fly And,, aillllitS thst "tllS
it n v id leaao system Is a shame to the
SlHte, but," it aks, "is it not a gres'.i r
shsine to hsvo aupers IvsM-d out- pan-
m-is wii j never stolo anythiug?" 1 us Ar-
rsL answers yes, and ssks IS An-4ar to
Join it lu making unceasing warfsreogflhiat
both Iniquities until Ihry are wiped out by
--- p: - l-l.- Ll.'.J
Tus question ol the baling trust will
be aettled thia )i-r by cuttun and Ine
IJsUsw bgiug luauuUtoties and by Jul
bagging factories outside ol tho monopoly.
The Alliance and the Wheel men Lave
mado up their minds and will do all they
can to keep up a lively competition lu bag
ging. Tim Into Philip II. Welch was one of
tho most acceptable of American humor
ists. His death occurred recently under
unusually painful circumstances. With
cancer cnting away his life, ho worked
pcrHtutcntly and heroically until within a
low hours of dissolution, writing to amuso
his ronders whilo the shadow of death lay
upon him. Ho left four small children,
and tho Journalists of New York are rais
ing a fund for their education, as the best
possible tributo that can be paid to his
memory, and contributions are solicited
from the Journalists of the country every-
whoro and from those whom his humor
delighted. The treasurer of the fund is
Mr. Kdward 1 Clark, of Tht AVm York
liter a nr.
PAtfir.LTItKNTWORTIIY. A TAirormrOstAT
Kihk or line Alio. Ily Jobn Meiioverii, AuUior
of "Hiirrlll Imrand," "inr)r van l.lnli," ete.
i lileaao: Ibiiid, McNally A Co.; VlsuiuhU: K.
Other stories of the great firs of Chicago,
In October, 1m71, have been written, but
none of llicm has equalled "Paniul Trout-
worthy" in interest or power. "Daniel
Tieiitworll y" Is a novel, but something
more. It Is also an socuraln and graphic
hlitory of a phenomenal tragedy. The
author Is worthy the subject He comes to
his work uilmiriibly cqtiipe.d. A writer of
e k ill, a poet, a philosopher, he enjoys. the
further sdvsutnge of having witnessed the
mum. lime acem-s which ho portrays In so
masterful a milliner. And yet, though
(lescriptioii of tho lira bo a Hpeuial olijc ctlve
on the part of the author, tho rrailer at the
end of the hook feels lio has been accorded
not only a thrilling view of that event, but
that lie also has had laid before him a re
markalile analysis of llin conditions, material
anil social, under which Chicago giew to the
metroHilitan dignity alio enjoyed when Ate
fell Uhiii Iht. The book Is an Important
r.onliiliutioii to American literuturo in this,
that II ruvenls to Iho piihllo a wriUT who
hmvhi s qualities, the lack of W hleli, among
Americaii novelists, tlie critics havo
loiiK deplored. Here we are Introduced lo a
story-teller who holds his ear cloao to the
heiiria of the la-opln; whose suslyti
faeulty Is won lrously srute; w ho hss no
resiieet for aliam ami iireleiiso: w ho esn
di-tiiiKUlh tlie aubliina in thu uprently
trivial; whose iwrreplimis sre at once ml
cr-MiopIc and lelescopiu; whose symiuitble
srn easily atirred wIh-ii there is reason snd
whose gitl of cpreilon la aa eloquent as his
dis:erniiii'iit of truth Is are urn to. llin stylo
ia arigiiial. Nervous force ia its rhief char
ru terliilc Tho pre-eminent vlrtuoef the ail
llior hlnisi If, ao far as his menial bent Is
roiiccriiisl, is lhat of philosiphic Inter-
pretutlon. its ilel;hts lu deductions
And yet he iloea not pri se. Tin re
is not a lonir acnlence in thu book. The
movement la swift, the crowding situations
dramatic, the "lifu" of it all intense. The
author never forgets' lhat he Is writing
lory, not nn esaay, yet Ilia reader perceives
abundant material for theses. There ia, in
deed, more thought pwked between III
eovars than wa have found In a novel for
many a day, and wo do not think tlie quest
for ureal and itiattnetively American wor
of Delioii need bs prosecuted beyond "Daniel
IViitnortliy ' The book lilts all require
uit'iilf and meets Ihe ilemamL It
ia at once scholarly, elevated, dra
matic, pifliiicvue and true to pro
foundly liilercMlnjr phava of American
life. lUtlston, the famous California banker,
anil the most consploiioiia figure on lliecoail
in the day that witneased the rite of the
iMiuauia klmrs la porliayd in John Trrnt
worlhy, Iho father of Ihe hero, and Ihe mu
tations of American life are shown in Ilia in
troduction of Daniel Tmntworlhy to the
reader as a Harvard collegian become a fire
man In Chlcngj beeaiie of lmsiverihml
condition, resultant iikiii llis collnpto of
his father's linsncial fo-tunes. 'Ibis la
a Ixild stroke, but Ihe author is en
lirvly JiMillcd by coiniuun eipsrieuis.
Tha holdouts of the tssik cannot
lie detaile.l hrre. Ilia aufllcli lit lo say lhat
they are of absorbing inlerrsl, Trent wortby'a
sdventum tha night when, a pipeinan, he
li-aN-d from a toppling wall lo the telegraph
w ires being therv ausended until rescued,
ia a triumph of di rlpllve. Nothing better
la to he found In an Ainerirau novel, lbs
rlM-iilionlsl will llnd il superb for recitation.
While all Incidents h ad up In orderly sequent-
to the crowning eveul the great fire
Hie author finds occasion to givs lbs reader
aoliie Insight into City pulltit as ll etnterl
in C'bli .iito twenty yeais asu, and as II tu I
in many c.ltli s of the lund rren unto this
day. The evolution of I bl.ao from tha
marsh Is siieeioi ily but most clearly shoe n.
1 he rarlv ridi.in ol tha community ia lie
I'll lid happily, tha pieeoelty and ritrtor
dinaiy assiirani e of tha city In its yoaili well
set forth. Theie Is Just rnouuli detail lo
make it good hlitory withoill disluibiug tha
iniiieirr uf Ihe sl.iry. If Ihe reader will
toil aocrpt Ihe rue Ihe author gives in his
llitrislin loiy rhnpter, he will llml no fault
Willi Ihe author's treatment of his theme Ihe
plot Is level, id earef ii Ily. without ron fii'ion
and everything Is within nani. Thu tie
! seriplloit of the lire is a masterpiece, and yet
I..-., . . . ...
toe iiin-ao oi inr "lAirv runs inniiiirn ii. All
Ihe proved facia of the lioloetiusl are sub
mills l. As s blrriry tour de force, it will
chslleiiire comparison Willi any similar
si lilevenienl In Kiirtih bleratiir. Th
rvi nt Is nis.lere l as V Is lor Ituxu inasteie.l
Ihe llattio tf Waterloo by Ilia em
ptojment n( eloquent and illoniln itlng
detail, aa In Ilia Im' sines of His news
hoy in Ihe bird atom, the fall of lb
alarm hell In Ihe fire tower, tlie llilit of tha
rnfl of fire, eto. The vix-ah iUry of the
writer Is unusual, but his appi e lailon of
Ihe rlietorieal proprieties' iliM-riininaliiig
and his artistic aensc so sent Hint he makes
no fal liolea, nor does be weaken al any
I Hi nt. Kvery ne.,iH r irpoiier should
rat II Isa matter of r.hu alloii Mr Mit.ovrrn
n.akes an In. 'id. ol ap-ft liag'e or fmlhelic,
hv s'ailn rlrariy Ihe fuels In ,e ..snil
Irustii g to the ariii4i'liy of ihe n-.uler. This
l the blliel art in work f Ihla t haraeler.
II. il hi- laiuiol posn-d further in Ibedis-cii-.b.n
of Ihe novel, ll is einphatiially an
n lorveiiirutof moniiiiiriilslrtis'lli nee. The
author is entitled lo prompt and iitn-q.il to
tal web .tine Into the rank of the very ablest
of Aiih-iii an tiotrlfi. Theie Ins Uen
complaint lhat Anieilesii IU,.ii writ suf
lerm from the ililetiants spirit. Iu Mr.
Xl.tlovern we find the aiitiibesl. )(,.,.
eruy Is Ireni. ti lou bis Ideals high, his
uwer niairtiil'h. nt.
Beam l-r-lrrert i. a.g,(..
from the IMill. t. t.ti t. . ,,
IValh w.ia pien a',;,. ,,
Klliesl Itoeiln,;, I,., v
"ll I I 10-n in
ll.'ll at IMS 1 1 III , . li ii .( . y. ,.
torday, with a buliet in Ins hud. lit one
ol Ida JPocVetajyjjs found this loiter, writ
ten in Germany ri
"My Dear Wifrj-I forgive all; I have
have nothing td live for. All goes to my
boy Karl. Thrj-fcoit broad you niauo wan
Bocthlg and'tils wife did not live very
happily toirothor, ns the letter shows, and
on the 19th ist. they quarreled, and the
iiuauand tlirew,a flat-iron ai ins wim.
then gave bcr,, f20 gold piece and drove
her from his hotuu. Sicciul OIHcers SlaU!r
and Keegan brota into tho house yoster-
1 . . . I l....U:..ra Imi tf
uay uiiomoon, nnu lounti ixa-iius
in bed propped ffp with pillows, and in his
lap lay a large revolver. Ilesitlo tho body
waa a picture of llnothig and his wife a
they appeared On their wedding da v. 1 no
remnants of a 'mCal wero on tho kitchen
tublo, and conspicuous among tlio articles
barely touched was some homo-made,
broad, evidently purt of tho batch referred
to in itoothig'a last letter. Ho had catuu
of it, though it killed him.
FI8HINO FOB TAEPON.
Bz-Praaldant Clavuland Lands ODS
Hooked by Mrs. Plant.
Tlie 7imilniWi Jupiter. Flo., corro
snonilent savst Ex-President Cleveland
and his party wero all up eating breaKiusi
at daybreak Tuesday morning. Tho sight
ol numerous tarpon up Lokohachce Crook
on Hunday fired their ambition. They at
tribute thoir hick of success on bunday to
the tlay, and determined to mako a final
effort to capture a good siwcimon of tho
fumous silver king. Ily sunrise thoy woro
gliding up the Lokohacheo in two boats,
under tho guidance of that Jovial tourists'
friend, Capt John FiUgnrald. Thoy nr
rived at tha tarpon waters about 7:30
o'clock and soon wero doing thoir best.
Tarpon were plentiful and bites came lust,
but tho wily silver king oi tno water was
too cunntue. and cither parted tho line or
succeeded in shaking tlie hooks from his
leathery mouth. Sir. llayard and one or
two others gave it up, discouraged, and.
changing their bait, soon had a beautiful
string ol trout and cavalli.
m its. plant's sum:.
Mrs. riant would not abandon her far-
lion tucklo, but with a woman's quiet de
termination Uahed on for tarpon or noth-
: s i s i,i.'ia . 1 ..-
lll. auutll IO..M u tun rs ss iiiini o .
traded the attention of Iho w hole party.
Mrs 11. IL I'biiil had hooked a llnnv lisll.
which umde tlie water Ily with his frantic
strogulcM. As every eye waa turned a lino
of stver ahot clear out of tho water into
tho brilliant aiinahino. Ihree tunes was
this done, proclaiming that the silver king
w as securely hooked. Mrs. Plant was by
this time nearly exhsuHted, nnd appealed
to Mr. Cleveland, who was in the same
boat, for aid. which he at once iiallantlv
ami willingly rendered. After a hard light
of forty minutes thoy succeeded in lund
ing the fish, Mr. Cleveland pulling him
Into the bout with a tr.umphaut shout,
WIMIillKtl MSKTV-rOt R POl'NIlS.
It lipped the scale al ninety-lour pounds.
The party then returned to the Steamer
Hotel for dlnuer, well pleased with thoir
morning's nport. At l.MI o'clock the party
went aboard tlio steamer St. Lucie, and
started on a trip to Titusvillo. They all
expressed much regret at having to leavo
this beautiful section so soon, and said
lhat thoy would return next season to stay
six week. The party will meet a special
train at Tilusvllle at noon tomorrow and
will connect with the St. John's Kiver
steamer at Itsircsiord. arriving at Jackson
ville Thunxlsv morning, where an Informal
reception will be given, them ut the Hub
'Ironical Imposition. HireetoMieneral
Webb ia arranging a special program lor
John Albcitsnn has liecn appointed
general passenger asrent of the Chicago,
Hot k Island A Pari lie luilway, vice fci. A.
The President snd Mrs. Harrison enter
lained Gov. and Mrs. Alger, ol Michigan
ami Iho Fiiat Assistant l'oatm:utr-lion
eral ami Mrs. Clarkaou at dinner at the
White House yesteroay evening.
The extensive ax, shovel and ssw fac
turios of Hubbard A Co., located at the
bail of Forty-eighth street, Pittsburg, were
completely d"tmyed by Hie yinlenlsy
morning, entailing a loasatji lull y -iH),tHM).
A riot occurred at Hurler's Creek, Lin
coln County, vv. vs., Niturdaysllerno.ni
lu which eight men were wounded with
clubs and stones. Fortunately none ol
the participants were srmed, or some lives
would certainly hsve been sacrillced.
A strong nowspapcr svndtrste compos
ing soma ol the leading dailies In America
has la-en organised by A. J. Miller, ol the
r.vsnsville, lnd., Jnimut, lor tlie tiurnoao
ol a scientific exploring expedition into
tiiilreqiiuuUxl portious ol lentral America.
l'restam a in
From Ihe Jrwl-h RpeeUtor.
Tho unanimity ol exprcsvsion denuncia
tory of llio viudii live action ol the Senate
against I alitor Mural Halatead Is moat
creditable to the American press. Demo
cratic and licptibllcan organs, secular i.n
religious Journsls slike raise their voices
against this jiersoiisl sttat k Uou an editor
who dared to let tha truth appear In tho
columns ol bis paper. Tus Mrsi-iits
Arcs At., we are glail to uotice, rises alove
all partisan polities and significantly ob
serves; "This is to hold the editors ami
Condnctoiw ot the pre- to a peisoiisl ac
countability and to dwarf the mcr ol
the Senate to narrow personal iirMr.es.
Such an ahinse of privilege and duly can
not Its consented lo and will not l hy the
people. Tlie press exiata for crilitisin ns
one ol its leading Inn. lion. It ia ono of
the great lonv-sol rivihralioii, ami in many
of the State Constitutions tatrt-iguid aa a
crnsor against whom iioiiiiIiIk record can te
chraed. To permit the I'ntted Male N-n-ate,
or a controlling number ol Nointor
or any N nalor, to ail in Jiidmnent iiin
snd condemn a ritix ui Issmiss in connec
lion with Ihe pre lie nm formed what ho
dcsmicd 10 be bis duty would he lo put su
end lo this itlierty ol the press." Lvery
honest, inlellin' nl an I l a r .ilic cltiseii
wid huloise tli( taken b Tus A i-ri: Al
ia autocratic Kussis or lurrsner.itic Her
manv tin truth insy be supprrs.i d by the
lial ol the co ns it- Ids hi bat rr sU-r this
maul uius er hs'ten, but In democratic
America and where voliii,al lila-riy and
(reedoill of cnneen-nis nre t hensbr l aathtt
Inghi at idea ei humanity noau, h low psii.
male ol indivldiiul r.ghts la p.'rmiited.
To instill an ed,Ur becaaso he puhh.ho a
criiit i-m iion wrong c"intnni.., , rn.
aidered here an acl of mean tviwaidn e),
and tho viiidieUV' lies til hoe nlM-etail-llte
ft do ritihl cslled l utli a rehnke la now
classed among thu vestiges ol i ii!i.ii,ii.
I sitseral a4 Marlssn i lare I dm.
The fiinoial ol Marion Clare, a nt ol Mr.
snd Mis. N. 1 sti-s, t.k j.lute yeslrr
tlay Irom the realdeneo of bia pmeni tin
Poplar street, the llfv. Dr. Iloyg ollii lat-
ing. tsratii tsctirrc.1 In the lenln yt ar ol
Ins age, end suddenly, of ci'.tumof the
lirsin. 1 he atirrowini; launly has tlie pro.
lound avninnthy ol S mull lu.lo of In,
The blow lell all Ihe niorv hen id v b.-.'ii-.t
Hea'h bad given no warning ol appr mi Ii.
ihe bid give i v' )' pi "i us., of n-.i.'n
In.iiile si. He a a i... i, , i u
re .mi by oi- i1""!1' ' ' f 'im h li...i
1 s.i.i . :.r. nifi. I'li'.iiiivli criet in
lt lu si u us all aha km w inu.
THE SPORTING WORLD.
THE APPEAL'S SCOOP IN PUBLISHING
THE 8PBINO MEETING PROGRAM.
The Character of the Sport Promised
by the Various Events Speculation
on the Tennessee Stakes Crowds at
the Park Yesterday.
There wero upward of 1,000 visitors at
Montgomery Tark yesterday, between sun
rlso and sunset, principally of the male
persuasion, although the gentler sex was
fuirly well representecL The trainors
seem to realize that the tinio has come to
bustle, and are sending thoir horses longer
diHtuncca4'than heretofore. Among othor
performances noted were the following:
Irish Pat, three-quarters of a milo, 1:22;
Unite and Clara Moore, one mile, 1:49;
Lltbert, one mile, 1:481; Cataline and
John B., one mile, 1:48; Pick Wright,
five-eighths of a milo, 1:04; Jacquclin and
Colrain, ono-half uiilo, :61).
Tho publication in Tint Appeal exclu
sively of the entire program of the spring
meeting, was the sensation of tlio duy la
sportlhg circles. Tho paper was eagerly
read by turfmen and the program fully
criticised. The general Impression was
that a mistake had been mado in giving
steeplechase and hurdle racea when there
are practically no Jumpers on tho track.
Winslow is about the only animal now on
the track that can be classed as an out-and-out
good Jumper, and he is likely to
tiuve the hurdle, sua siecpiucnases at ins
mercy. This defect, however, can be eas
ily remedied ly siiuslituung uai races u
the others do not 111 i.
On tho who o. howover. tho program is
a good one ami Insures good snort for the
public which is after all, the prime consid
eration. There will be live racea a day
cxeenl on davs when heat runs are given
and then the card win lie iiumeu to lour
events. Tho distances are graded from
one-half mile to a mile and a quarter, so
that all tastes may lie suited. 'Ihe eight
regular days include two hall-mile races,
seven five-eighths, six throe-quarters, two
scven-ciitiiliis, seven one nine, two one
mile and one-sixteenth, five one mile and
onc-eigtitu, two one nulo and a quarter,
two tluee-uuarter milo heals.throo steeple
chases, and one hurdle handicap. One ol
tho half-mile events is a stake lor two year
olds, tho othor a ptuae lor youngsters of
that aim. iJtMt veer there were lour liati-
ni lie even Ut. and the reduction to two i
treuerallv conceded o bo an improvement.
dashes ol that brief character not being
calculated to convey much satisfaction lo
The fact (lint Mr. Kd Corrignn has placed
$100 on Spectator at odds ol 15 to 1 to win
the Tennessee Club Stakes hss caused con
siderable comment and awakened public
Interest in the horse and his past perform-
ances. He is a three-year-old bay colt, by
Springbok-Hattie Harris, and started
twelve times last year; was first three
times, third once and unplaced eight
times. His Unit win was al Louisvillo hist
spring, w hore, on a heavy track, he made
live-eighths of a mile in l:Ui, with ninety
four pounds up. beating Fan King, Lntrv
and three others. His second bracket was
earned at West Side Park, Chicago, Sep
leinlier 14, lHSft, where, with 107 isninda,
he made live-eighth in l:0i! beating a
field ol livo. His latest recorded victory
was at iaitonia, October 1J, where, on
heavy track, with ninety-two pounds, ho
mado live-eighths in l:0i, healing a Held of
ten. He seems to like mud, ami il April
" i liapH.-ns to be a muddy tlay Spectator
chances ouuht to be flrst-claas.
Tho ante-post spet u ation on stakes at
this meeting has btn-n confined to Iho
Tenueasee Club Stakes, beause that is tho
only slake race where the conditions make
It easy to determine about now much
weight each hone will be called on to
carry. Tlie talent have confined their
betting to Itituini, I'.rown Princess, Chit
how lo. Le Premier, Siivcbitor, .Merkio, II
Allahreuo and Monita Hardy. Most of
the lads placed represent stable money.
except in the case ol Cliilhowie, who is
lamig bscked by young Nashville
plunger well snd favorably known in this
citv. The mouey on llrown Princess all
comes Ir im her ow nor snd trainer, John'
nio Campbell, one ot the shrewdest men
on tho turf. J'.ros n Priuccs waa no good
last yoar. but may have Improved undo
Caiupbtdl's akillful rare. Inlho meantime
there are many of the opinion that a long
ahot will carry oil the prize. Ihe entries
lor Ihe matinee next Suturdav promise to
be very large sod spirited contests are an
lias EasaaiaSr)lieii Dawaf
"Rltis WIiii la NaslirTlie Aiaertian.
Whether It was because ol tho wind left
over from March or not, certain it Is that
there was a rumor flying around low n with
wings on it yesterday that Fgmont had
broken down completely and would never
como lo the post again, and many expres
sions tl regi t were beard that the great
l.iiiiiiin-r no ' racing days were over,
I saw F-gumiil work mile with Viking
I rnlay iiioining, anJ wliils lie pulled up
qtiite lame, it was not an aWlinc cer
tainty lhat he had permanently broken
down. Trainer Johnson said that lie al
ways appeared lame after his work, snd
thst he anticipated no serious trouble.
The ureal s r, liter was on the track sgsin
yesterday, but 1 had then left the park,
and cannot sav w bother be chawed lame
nt or not I low ever, I hsve very serious
doubts of his standing up again.
131 llarse orsslsta; Here I'rstna Hew Or
Iran. Tlie ful'iowlng stables hvesigiitfiud their
intention to leave New Orleans April 15
for Memphis: W. O. Scully, with 0 horses;
C. Ik lx.ng, 0; T. M. Iterry, 12; Kugene
U'igh, Itr, It. Tucknr, II; (leverwvrk Sta
ble il ainplrell ei Nolsu), 13; (. W. Poole,
.V ( . II. Pdtingill, (1; F. Itohinaun, I;
W. II. Scammnii, ll; Creole Slahh, 4: J.
M. llrown. I j; M. A. Walden, 3: J. J.
Crowley, 2; V. C. Kainmerer, 2; L I'.zell,
3; F. 'I roller 4; Henry llondy, 1; Hawk
eye Stables, 6; Peter Wimmer, 14. The
following go to Nashville direct: Louis
Umg, with 4 and T. J. Hichcrvck with S.
J. i'. IJuinn t'Sti to la-iiiu'ion, with 3,
and laimanary llrow. go to Washington,
1 he -1 ssss-fleasa Reg Its.
rmstii no, IV, April 8. The lutein
tional sis-tlays' go-as-you-please walking
match began al the Central Link St 2.41
o'cimk this morning with nineteen
starters, ss follows: tleorjre IV Nore
mac, Ldinhotgh, Scotland; OesirRe Con
nor, laindnii; lieorge Carlrlght, Hirmlng
hstn, ling.; Ksiu Hay, Northampton,
Fng.; . Prior llegolman, Now York;
Thomas Csix, Parkerahurg, W Va.J
Parson Tilly, CnwU; H ury O. Messier,
Ienver, Col. Jack Adams. Philsdelphls;
John Dillon. Ireland; J. J. Fngledrum,
Wnliam A. Turner. Chliago; Andy Sel
lrt, Piliabuig: lwis Yo. kum, Allcuheny
Cltv. Pa ; Vv illiam J. lloaglsnd, I'nion
Spriups, N. .; John Mackey, Cinciiinstl;
r J,,l,n.l a.-uilo.nii-Tvuc: Nor-
i m,,n Tavlor, 1'atcreon, ji. J.; Al. JHown,
; ihe men got away In pd shsns,
Ikingisiid went to Iho front at once and
ina .othe llrsl mile. 'I lie atari was lo have
been nu.ln nt 1 1 2 o'clock a. Id., but ll
whs deUrtcdby t" crowd, which tilled
verv portion ol tha building. It was de
eded to have eight prise winners, pro
vided that many covered 475 miles or
more. The nrst man will receive 4U per
cent, and it la thought be will realise
(2,000 at least.
The score lor tne nrst nour is as louovrs:
Cartwright, 9 miloa 12 laps; Golden, 8
miles 2 laps; Koremac, 8 miles 2 laps;
Connors, 10 miles 5 laps; Day, 8 miles 12
laps; Messier, 8 miles 8 laps; Hoagland, 7
milna i:t hinn- Cor 0 mile 1 1 limn: Heir-
elorann, 10 miles 5 laps; Nolan, 8 miles 12
laps; Dillon, 8 miles, 15 lope, Adams, 8
miles llljis; aois-, f iuiido t inym. I'ift' si
8 miles 5 laps; Iairgan, 8 miles 14 laps;
lloran, 8 miles 12 laps; Yoeum, 8 miles 11
laps; Williams, 0 miles 10 laps; Englo
druin, 8 miles 14 laps; Turner, 7 miles 14
laps; Brown, 8 miles 12 laps; Sicbert, 9
miles 12 lam.
Peter fiohlen.of New York, and Mossrs.
Williams, lloran and Nolan also started.
Rlriulna-haaa All atarene.
Special Dispatch to Tha Appeal.
Birmimoiiam, Ala., April 7. President
Kent, of the Birmingham Baseball Club,
says that the statement published in the
Age tbia morning to tho i-IIcct that wo
would have no ball hero this season, is
tintruo. Ho says the affairs ol the club
are iu good shape and although a httlo
more money Is needed ho lccls confidout
it will be aocurod.
A Mile Start In li40.
Butt Joss, Cul., April 7. In the running
race hero today under the auspicos of. the
Blood Horse Association, Al. Furrow
made a mile in 1:40, equalling the record
mado by Stuyveaant at Hhcepshcad Bay,
OeptcmW 7, 1887, being but a quarter ol
a second slower than the record uiado by
Ten Brook in his race against time at
Louisville, May 24, 1877.
Probable Winner al Mawr Orleans To
First Race Jitnmio B, 1; T. J. Rusk, 2.
Second Race Tudor, 1; Cora L, 2.
Third Race Btrideoway, 1; Maid ol Or-
r ourth Race Bob Forsythe, 1; Casta.-
Potfks, F.d Mack and King Fortune are
said to be in line fettle.
Oncs Aoais is dolnir irood work and Is be
ing touted for the Derby.
HiRDoncsArr Is looming up ss a Ketnrky
Derby candidate, and la training in line
Ko Mack is credited with having done a
mile In 1:4.1 at Lexington. This ia the best
of the season so far.
Jim Williams,' Tom Hood and Panama,
In trainlim at Loutsv.lle, are In line count
lion, and irive promise of good work tho
Tna six days of Ihe Now Orlcsns soring
meeting, ISsS. betting privilego atild ttr
M.UiSI. The bmikinakers had a called meet
ing with the club to negotiate for the same
on Wednesday, Aprils.
JiRS ev Wkst, a hrotlier of the popular
rider that was killed at bnraloEi, lias been
enuaeed to ride for . ft. Ilniiinon tie Bros.
this acHSon. Ho is eaininir stn'ticth quite
fust, but has not fully recovered from his
Tus Brooklyn Jo. key Club Issued 2.200
dead head sen-on tickets lo its two mi-etinfrs
last year. Still the net proli's on the incut
inirs were tlo.'.msi. The Memphis Jot key
Jim key Club did not huun quite that many
and its prullts were sumctlilng less than
At New Orleans April 2, A. C. Franklin
won a selllna raoe o( five furlonsrs in l.n.i
w ith (ientilly, tat pounds up.lHat ng Jimnik
II, Valet, 1- n d Woolry iu the order named
She was bought In al IV, being o over
the puts red price. After the race she wa
old privately to Lanuuncy brothers for
A avca on the quiet between a pair of two
year olds that ar among the best thought of
at Htirstboiirne Farm was enjoyed by a few
la-t Saturday al tho training track on tho
plane. The alarter were m bay colt by
lirow Kinney, dam Ilijnu. and a chestnut
till)' by Neptune, darn AKurelta. The trial
wn w ith catch weiglits, each having a solid
chunk of a boy up, and when aetit off
through the stn-U'li br a quarter dash one
of Ihe fa-test e roubles lluit voutigsters ever
indulged in Ibis early lu tho season was
wilui-setL The finish wn with the "Jocks"
punt hiiiK snd riding, snd tha lllly got there
liral, winuiiig, with very little to sirs, in
twenty three atsonds. ttnirier Journal.
Tus Nashville i7aner, of the 4th, says:
The track at West hide Park i In fine con
dition once mom. Vatican worked three
fourths in "Zt;" Jacobin and liiintrrMi a
iiiiIm In "is," l.lttlu Mint h. with Covington
up, a hiile in 2 ( and Sal. dene a mile in ".'n,"
with gootl weight up. He Is ready. Terra
Colta, KaltMilah and (ialen were sent aloiia
at a slow guit Both sra looking in good
stylo. Viking looks Treat and ouitlit to win
in good company, lie Is fit. 4 hilhowie
continue lo go strong and Improve under
It. las) II ia in R'smI form and is irmly for
racing. KK'inont and Macbeth are dulnn hut
little In Iho way of work. Little Minch Im
proves constantly and Is looking very
"racy." kaloolati looks to be iu racing
Tus Tenneasre Star yesterday defeated
tho liiversiJcs by the extraordinary score of
UU lo Tl ,
On ot r to Clltrens Park this mnrnlng st
10 o'clock or Ibis lternoou sl 2 O clock slid
ace the new club practice.
Ir Atlanta drops out, Birmingham will
follow, then aood-hye Southern l.eai!iii).
Atlanta is Ik keystone of tho whole slruc-
McArrs Is playing m'.th Cleveland this
year, snd raptured the Kt. Ixiuls psper by
bia brilliioit li.-ldm an I ba-e running in a
game with the Uroivns List Friday.
Psrsmssr Whaston has sent contiaet lo
ihe followmir nmpre: Tim Hurst, Ashland,
Pa., who Is highly recommended: Jerry riub
livan, of New York, who umpired Willi Ihe
New KnxUnd Ix-aiir. and Walter lleacli, of
Brooklyn, recommended by Nit k Young.
from Ui New Orlmut IVsno.
A visit to the asvu of . the illustrious
Sargent R Prenlls- Hi Mecca ol a great
many pilgrims who come to Nalchrs -reveals
Ihe lact thst kind band, directed by
loving hearts, have been at work beautify
ing and adorning Ihe little lot where rests
the mortal remains of him who In the not
fsr distant past electrifies! the country by
his eloquence. The lot hss been thor
oughly cleaned out, Ihe brambles and
weeds cut down, and It hss boon placed in
the most altrat live and inviting condition.
No matter what may be the condition of
the gmve of Prentiss, whether covered
with brambles or emlKiwered in How era,
there is nothing can dim Ihe luster of his
irreat lies, snd his nsme will liesslong
as the history ol the Mate lasts, lor he
hclMwt to make part ol It. A drive out to
the grave ol Prentiss is a very pleasant
one, and tho-e who have not visilod the
soot lately will lie surprised to see the
change lhat has been wrouKhl in it.
Irwal nirssfl 4 tsltlssa:.
Thomaa McLaughlin and Patrick fisrrity
were taken lo the police ststion this morn
ing al I'i.'M o'clock sullcring from knife
wounds, inflicted by unknown persons.
The former ha J a deep gaait in Ihe left
cheek. The latter was cut several times
in the bead and lac. Dr. Wilhatnsou si
tended Iho wounded uieu. The trouble
grew out of a dispute as to who should act
tie for some liver.
Tlie handsome residence of II. KrousofT,
In tlie southern part of Savannah, wa
burmtl last night. The fire ataited from
spuiks, which lirdued in the roof during
Salurdsy niiiht's lire. The loa is f 15,(KA,
Ibrce-fvurUis covered by Insurance.
A DISASTROUS STORSL-
A HIGH WIND CAUSES A TIDAL WAVE
AT NORFOLK, VA.
$2,000,000 Worth of Property Des
troyedThe Lower Part of the City
Inundated Fires Caused by Slaked
Llmo Other Storms.
Norfolk, Va., April 7. The storm ol
thuudor, lightning and hail which broke
6verthis city yesterday morning changed
at 10 o'ejock last night, turning into a
cyclone, tho wiud blowing at the rate of
fifty-lour miles an hour until 7 o'clock
this morning. The wind came from the
northwest and blew Into the harbor slide,
which, at high water this morning, at
10:30 o'clock, was eighteen inches higher
than ever recordod before. The lower
part of tho city was flooded, and Are broke
out on Water street, caused from slaking
litno on the wharf of John 0. Gamage &
Son. The entire block, with the exception
ot Savago, Eon & Co., commission mer
chants, was in flumes. The old Cotton
Exchange building, containing abont 800
bales of cotton, and the warehouse ol J.
W. Perry & Co., containing about 600
bales of cotton, wore destroyed. Santos
Bros., coal dealers, lost every thing, ex
cept their office building. Butcholdor and
Collins, coal, lumber and lime, are dam
aged to tho amount of $4,000. John 0.
Osmagii's loss, including building, is $10,- j
Ol'A 11-1.1 .. 1.. -ll; , ... .
vi v. llio limn uu iriiuuiug situ Bloc ue-
stroyed in this block is estimated at $150,
000, partly insured. It ia probable that
loss sustained by the wholesale grocery
inorchants from the water forced into their
warehouses by the unprecedented tide will
nearly equal this amount Hundreds
barrels of sugar, Hour, etc.. are ruined.
During the storm thej-oufs of the opera-house-,.
Masonic Temple and many dwell
ings wore torn oil', aud tho' Virginia Beach
Railroad Depot is badly injured and the
track for hundreds of yards is seriously
duinaired. In Portsmouth lire destroyed
the lime and lumber yard of Trugie & lull.
Ihe L'nitod States steamer l'ensacola
sank in dry dock last night, where she
was being prepared for sea. Her sea
valves had been openod for inspection and
another ouo waa being cut The tide
Hooded the dock and she filled with water
and getting oil" her keel sank before she
could be gotten into position again. A
diver will be sent dow n anil her valves
stopped up and tho ship pumiied out The
Siiii-Mon dry dock was flooded, and the
damage may reach $10,000. The wires
along the coast are all dow n. No reports
can be had from the shipping. It is feared
that serious damage has been done, aa
there was no warning of the starui given.
Fanrleen Inebes r Nnaw.
Winchester, Va,, April 7. A furious
storm prevailed hero all day yesterday.
Tho snow loll to a depth of fourteen
Inches, as much na bas fallen during tho
entire winter. At 10:110 o'clock yester
day, whilo tho snow was fulling so rapidly
as to I) almost Iru'H'netrablo, a loud clap
ol thunder from the southeast startled our
citizens. The winds wero very high all
day. Telegraph wires are down in all di
rections. Tele ratals Ires llsss,
CuARtorrsviLLX, Va,, April 7. Tha
storm ol snow which tell yesterday con
tinued last night. Tho telegraph wires
aro badly broken down along the Chesa
peake V Ohio snd the Uhicliiuond h Dan
ville Railroads, aud all trains are delayed.
The Utaria al Rlehmanst.
Rich mono, Vs., April 7. The worst
iu vi situ w -ni i'ivt.hvu a.i-iu jrnHiK
dsv. It com cnreil with thunder snd
lightning and waa followed by tain, bail,
snow and high wind.
BUBHOUNDUD BY f IBB.
Th Terrible Experience of Train On
CuAMnrrtLAi, V, T., April 7. During
tlio terrible galo and prairie fires of tlie
psst few days the train from tho Fast had
a torrihle experience two mile west ot
Mount Vernon. A destructive prsirio fir
was raging at tho point and the dust and
smoke mado the surroundings as daik as
night Tha engineer plunged the train
into darkness, aud tho first thing he knew
he found the tic on fire for nearly a mil
ahead. Hocheckodthe train, fearing to
advanc lost he should find no track
ahead of him, and there, in tho sulTucat
Ing smoke and scorching heat, with hiss
ing tie underneath the train and flame
on ach aide of the truck, tho crew
sought to extinguish tho Haines and sav
the (rain. The pa seen go r were grually
excited ami begged lo bo released from
the death by lire oraulTtKation thst seemed
so near at hand; children cried from pain
and gasped for fresh air. ami strong men
became deaterute and loll the train to
light tlie llauies, only to return to th
cost lies exhausted. Fur a time csrap
looked imiKMoiblc, and several nt the pas
sengers -,-ave op; several ladies prayod
aloud and some ot tlie male passengers
swore al the oblusenetss of the enuiueer
for going into that hull of lire and amok
so lur that ho could not return, whilo on
all laces were pictured a Irlght so natural
to mankind when death n pi rears to
be only a few moments hence.
Hardy, determined manhood paled at
tho prospect The train crew and
passengers worked heroically; nit-n lenl
lor ward, gasping for breath, loll their way
lo the lender and got water lo dash on lb
burning ties, whess others went a few feet
ahead of the engine lo ace w hether it was
sale to move ahesiL It wss tlsngeroos lo
move. Behind the road was on lire as lar
aa (tie eye could see, while ahead all was
dark nissa and mystery. But ll waa death
lo linger in that' caldron of fire, and when
the aurrounditik- either meant moving or
ileal h, the ellort was Worth the attempt
snd a start waa made. The susense snd
horror ol the lew minutes required lo pa
over th burning trsck and through th
terrible heal and smoke cannot lie ex- '
pressed, but th trails finally pulled out ol
the llaiues to fresh air and saloly.
The building rorucr Iowa and I'ennsrt-
vsnla avenue, owned by Mrs. M. U
Itodnrr, and occupied by W. W. Rideout, '
was touched up by fire and water lstweeai
1 ami 2 o'clock this morning. Dsmag '
about 7 Both owner aud occupaul
were Insured. '
CINnsx ATI, O., April 7 -Kiter .1 fret Inrhes
I'll I .HI rtl. Pa., April T.-KlTarHeetl Inches
Slot ,,ii 1 1. ii, . Wrallitr clear a oil ilnt.
NI.VV tiltl.KAN's, . Apill :.-W.lliof eter
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