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TIIE ME&IPIIIS APPEAL: TirUKSDAT. JUNE 20, 1889.
THE WEATHER. luilla-avlloa, WAMilMomx. June 14. 1A PFor Ah1ia ul Miwdaalppl: Fair, pre c sVtt by light rslus ( southern porUvu iligtuly warmer, somberly Wtnl. rr ArkkiiMiK Fair, pnaxled by light rlu In Wthcatorn LouIkUuk sightly wsruiatr, exm-tit a,alinary teinpvratuiv ob liio Gulf; auutUcvilcri)' WlD'Is. For Tonniinf mul Kentucky: Fair, iirwedocl by lurht r.iina In owUru portion, slightly waruutr, mutlialy wind. n4irloiiiM ttri VtAB Iff.t-ARTVr.BT, V.. M. 1BAI. HIVU K, I Nitm-nia, Tiuii., Juno l i. iv.t, j 7 111 Mcr. 7l"i'- Hit, Temp. Hum. h a tu .....I'.i.ira :s M h p.m ..... .".tvjT M 11 Maximum temperature, m minimum tempera ture, 7.Y KalnfaM i,rly. 0. Itiver aui;r, A p lu , SCt. Cliaua in twenty tot r lioun. O.u lull. I'oliou lli'K.uu llullrltu. Ni.mihih, Tenu , J 11110 in, W. Forth H hours ending mI C o'clock, p.nt. If g P '.ft fe E B i , 7 ? I ' . 1 A-llnirl'.li . IM Tl t lllv .. ...... t 74 ...... lai'irar .'. "'I ....... 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I oiiiuiiiulitllnni dip I'lihllmtlffli innl I rlllrn oo miv tldr of lhi pmg only, ami, Willi all ulhcr a aiu-r rcinnrrtiil with llicmlMnrlal ili'imrtmi'iil. lnulil ha aMinMl.' luilwUlitor ul Tin A pnl, Mi'inphlii. Ti iiii. ci.iini'l, rule, uinl.rlke In return arlklci Gol louuJ sullablv Inr piililiutlluti. (H'H XFw"voiTlt OI'FKT. fiHrm nOI f 1 UK AlTKll., Nik II Trllinno linllOlni, Ni-w Vvrk, i. h. Vau iH'rvn, ovlal 1 llcrn Aci nk "CO I rix." I!iitIIi Btt fulling off iii..llv, tlni'rf' of yi-ii nluv Immiiii nily ! Iali, lillu mi ipli for niiih' ility lnt )ar - I Mbuli a. He rriplt llil m uhiii In ilutu TliJ,.'.il biilrainl a1iliiiiciili T'l, ''''I I'iiIi i. Tliu iiiml.i l rli.nsl rjnii l ami stitlmiil nilin. A I Nrw OiU-uni iM.ti are quii'l mhI (iiiiiri-a aii'mly al an 1-jni-i of Iv I Hiiiilr. l.icrKHil hI rloM il firm ami Ni'W York firm. Uplioin nt .ivi'tHHil ailvaiuiil 1 In 'J Kiint, anil t lie a lviincr at Now York ut 1 In 4 point. Tin re ii a lirAvy ili tiiiincl mi liio mlirr iiln c( Hie nliT on a luil of in tit irii-oof rniilrw la, aa vvIiIpih'mI ly Hie ra p riitMol riiMirtt-rs to kt-cura cotton Inr kliintnit to TIOEMrillS APPEAL TUUBsOAT. I l I l JUNIUO, iaim l.A SAUK Mr. Urlatip, i Vlnlxcr of Ilii-t'nll.il inlr In IriK-o. Iim nuniiiunlialiil a lellvr lo I'lolilflil uniiil, lnl.x in I tig; him that ail Am-ili no-Mr. LsmlK-n Tnw InlrinU rn iln I" I liliaxit al li la on rsiitH a niouuiurtil iutttrtTU'lir.iPi 1'rvinli tplon r. la tall. Tlililatrry lmn,lonia n( Mr. 1 nv, ami II l a woinlcr lbl I ho Amurnaiiit illd adit Uliik ul a Mllr u tm. Tin alio riavan-a l tlnrk Taaln "l.lln on llio Millppl" will rvrot ixi llierniNiuiluma alilrli Ilip Amrilan linitiorut iaiUJioaon luo Ircoi li eiplun f. w!iowiill iImttiiI lliria. Il aai a hall wlol, In IlK M'ciiIiimiIIi '-nliuy. riliraij to vicliul lallryairf Cililoantl JIIIihii. iliaonH'Mul Ilia cM'Ury ul Ui atlMlwli, allot Uhi anl UIhiihiiu nailtaiion. ami finally f lo l iam'O tho Irrtllo rnmnr nl 1-noWuua. hli li tliu aa ilmaiMsl In Iim liy Hi l ualr ol : tla, Aa XI r. MrUiM ilnla oil I. 1 hi ran Is In Ilia fruit of Ilia iiiiri,Tiit iriiua Wlll.h III I-nllH ol (olio s,i ri-ittiif, iiiwtiiti'tivi'iy aa i(iiihI t a brilliant fntiir. an I wlil, h la imwailnii r-.Ti-ifl l.f iba lloiirMiliis rliliv or npiula ol Iru hunt. aliH h aid aa an uuiiy lull ilniiiloina. I a KtUc. lu lamllui uu llilioisol lk Muliltiau ml looii.tlu t l. im nu In llllti'ila. nin.viTi.l hc (Hul Uulllruj I aia la uh Uiul'iana, auj lima fmiiln: a ai I tvtii It I'olonlal Kmplri louii,, I n Hi worth hi In IV.Iar Hra an, Ui Allanlir Uii au, an, I on lo aoillB ilia dull ol U tiiuanj 11m- I'ai li c I HaKr'a muiilil vnl ,,ii;iia wm linarirr, lnuiratil Jiitt aa arr lhi of i'k J mnli arilWra In I mil, an, I lo.li)' tmf, ahii nil iwl1 (a IooiIhiIiI in 1'iiinlii liotrj In 1 1. ! t a. h a not an huh ot tn Intltiii)' In Hi smmn sinrl'L htrana'i lo a)r, la ail haa kva almiM ii Intirh UihiivnI tiy bi li-liow miiiti men a lo-n. I'upli'U. ill rival ol I lira In Imlla. ami lr vu. Iimr i trnnlil Ihr t hi li at m I ihriplor' j iM iillul In. lor alii, li, M 1'ii rrii Mrrt Iiii ail I. nil In lilt lunik on I rani In Ih Nrw Wnil.l l i-,!'- .lu I in Hm wll laol Anu ri a ami hl louiti la imkiinxn -J-nru lll I lit Ih- rlMi,ik. 1-1 Nlllu M UHIUviu,ltl', 'f IM J Ol 111! lin n, natn."l lintol an I Duli uit, on llio V-i Uivor, at a oiliit iu'.ir tbo proaout town ol Wajttitti!n, Ti-xiw, wlii'. milking l.ia sy to Kurt I'rou I'louiiiu, at t!io fiiomliol Wo'.l UiviT, l,fre tlio ir?vioilft jrnr bo lay sick ol a d-vn cunliicto l w liito nn liis way back (rum ll.o mouth o( tbo Wi.iwi.tl Uiver, wlioio bo prorlaiimij it mid tliu territory almiii It anjiart of tbo do. minion ol tbo French King. In li.sj La rc'.ircd to Cuiimla an l w. iil llicmu to I'raiu, wlioru bo rurcil a patrol cover ing all tba territory K'tcco Fort lU Iuia, oq tbo lUiiiuia lUer, and Now JJi. t-ay, no tbo tutoof Iiuiauirn, Moxico. )l roturnod la lOST, Imt, uiMa tbo inouth ol tbo Mimimi jI, J,, iulouilod to avc-nd iiu ;,j Coi0. HiaW for Fort rrouJhotuiiio, Lu drifted to Mntagi,rda ikly, and lim linu thori', built a fort which L Danivd fcU Lou'm, an J tbcro maJo aa altompt to mltivato i . .ii I.. it i. ii . .. ma oib xui una in in, mm would not porntit, and ho dcliwniiiuM t0 niako liia way to llio fort ou tbo Min',. ai pl, wbcra lit had left a loiter for bit hcutcuant, Toutl, or to Fort bU Iaiuis, Ii Illinola, but h wai talc beaten back. The third tiuia ha wai aiirceasful, and with llltla dilTicuH roacbod tbo lirama, wbora ht waa tiraclioronely aluln. 1'uii croftaaytof him that "for fore ot will and daring conocpUon, lor varloua kaoab 0(ljo nil quick ap'a!toii lo uutriod circtimsliiiMv, for wu-gy o( ptirpos and uuiiiiliug cotra;., Oils roplirt ndvouturer Ual uo iup,)rlnr biujiij M eotintrymau." acU man ouLit tu bo lumoroJ with a tulue, pot only in C!ik-a. but In Mem phis and Now OrloiM. 1I comjiWUnl tbo ui voyoUlw WiniljM.i bejuu by Juliet nd Marrniette, and v full of ilerljn of K'ttlctuont mcb at bnvo lirulo (lie rn!ib-jcikins f(vj;1 the jiotu'wom of tbo lairont portion of llio North Aim rican CoutiuenU tin. HACtlXAMi ASHilh WJACKSOX In a very loUt.aluliu nrlk'ls on "('limp Aca Ji'inio IvmiM ." putiiiiil In Tn' t'.ivin f ir Juno, l)r. U'oitanl IVo,iluy Uwmi cliuii liliu'lf amouc tlioa wlio Moar ili gr.'m whli U lin y hnvo not mrtit'il, uu wlilcli It la mor or rliuiui! t r tkriu lo uih a. "It (iiniiiit be aulil," lia rl li . "tlMil Yali' ilmHiir. o illvlnlly ol llir) Ui-w rrop arr a very lUii'lrl.iiia lot. Wvaro not In tlii ltnt promt of anch oilier, Aa a rn w, am dMIn linaliiit for not liarlim conlriliuwl to HkoIiiIcuI i li'iiio or lllrraiuri'." N.iHf.lir llj.-on sou n orlliliii' to wi-nr a llinn, lriitlml ilivri'J ll a aillijifl wliirU f liavr? nn inllnl Uiilbcui. Without hai Ina III julit luli 'li bIkiiiI It, w aniHiM aiy th tl tat kMrtiltig In llico'usy la pmlmlily wi'll uu to llio au'rni;i ami llml sa iliw hrof ilKnill)' an. lie la a wry fair, anil p.:rliap rvou a niioi'xninpli. ol !m apa loa. Hut In imit'li larn.T IIhii ihtkhiiI Inn mil , wo wluli Ii, wimll aviPl Hi linlilt, w lili U . not tininiiimon siiuhis il.ii'lora ol divinity, of writing iliy ;iinti.o11) about lliluxa roiirvruliiK wlilih lie la Imiwrlnlly In fonuiil. or rlia,a It wolilil b uiom swurutv to aay tinn'rfkrlly uillnloriuiMl. lu Ilia untile rulrrrvliii lie fii'lulxu In tlila pmi'tlin In a wny tluil mljlil In out a Hilt ml clili'ioiia. and la wruilnly rcir iinjinl lli fi'rritia lowlulli, ri'iiarilaaa Ihn alwurillty ol llarv inl a uiuklna a doiilil L. I), of Ainlrvw Jiirki.in, he h:iki of Jack.iu aa "a iiwu arcuily dlmliiitiilalicil In lila Kcui'ialioli lor 111 U'l"',"" ami soulruipl of all law, human or illrlue." It'-'i'lliig llml sun It'inv. wr arc iiinvi j lo ak I r IVnuu wliollipror not li rniKlili'rrd what h was writing wheu ho uruli' It, INK' h renlly know au tiling cohotii lint An ln w Jai kwin a i lnm. tT ami alialnun'iin ami i1I"mi.IIiiii"? lias In- evr tv any falrhlini niih)r ol Jin k'on. nr at'i'iillu ly roii-l-li-ri"! hla tatv piiiHirt, Ilia li'lirra or Ilia ol)li:lal ai'l? Urban hf inrn' ) B'liipk'4 ai lila opinion th Imprt'a.lnna inmlo iihhi lila lu I ml by I In- vlliip.r.iivu lit 1T-siiii-i of tlm' who In J.irkwni'a im n day il' ti' nl him Ufaiiu- tin pri'it'iiiiil I lit nrrrllimw nf Hint Find railmn lo whlrh liny loiiuliiitly liNiki'd lun k Slid llio ihihIiIIhIiiui'IiI u Ha alrad of Unit di'tuo. rrullr prliii'lplv ahli h Ji'ir. rann lind rnilaHlu I lu Hi lifi'lnrmlou of Imlrpeiidi'iil' and Willi tl vvn llir ili aiviiduiila nf llir KtilrnlMa liav rutno In aiii-pl aa ilt'iitniMrutiHl truth llaa not lir. Ilarou larn at il 1 1 1 r of dip IiiJumIi-o of iTiilti( tnull llniial inlir. ini iillliin aa tn an lil-lnrlinl per anna ihariu'trr Inalcad of forming an opinion of lila ii? Ilui he mil uiiliili'iilloiinlly bill lurs cmaiiily inl-h pn iilil Jiirkaoti lu a way llknly to lie inlaU'inlliiii lo thiw who aixvpt any llali iin nl of lilt aa pri'iiinmbly Jual and Iriiililul Jarkaou aa I be n-tlpliiil of a nillrgv deere lin I'lyliiH any lorin of nlirw hoUrvlilp waa an alnrd Mturi', iH-rhapa, bill If I'r. lUioin i'nlljr knowaany Ihlligalaiut Hi ihararti r and lil.lory uf thr man hi' ninat know Dial hli rharai lerlJiilon ol hi in la aa uulrur ninl uiijiml aa waa Hi hoiilhrru oi'lnlon of lr. I.lnrolli al lliv tliucol lila luaiiaurailon ami alterwatd. Wnillanian litnnmnt snd mtiti'inpliioiii of all law, human or ilivln, who look nullltli'atlon by llir Ihrnnt and airatmlnl It to death. Va It a man ntuorunl and inuleiuptuoui ol all law, human or dlt iiii', whn ait lorthlti nunc of Hi a Meat tvld illapalt'lii' ever wrltnn by an Aiiteriean tiRlivr, Hie llli'K.illl) of I he HrllUh nrUtlon of IVnatitila aa a baa ol iii'mlloin sgalu! Ili t ultisl Hialea, l'cnmls then helot hpanlah lerrllory and hpaln Willi al ioai w ith ua Waa It a man Isum null and cotitrmpluoui ol all law who (trt laid down the ilm trior II .1 umler tin ('iiiittiiliui lb anlh'itlll of f'ouum la aupteinr lu tn Terrllorloa, and ae'.il iiain II In llir Ihi'"oI Inuii r and iniirta. only to ha Ihe doiiriii ditUrtnl aouud and nn- itlapntalil law by the lilgliMl vourU ul III I'nlted (Wile Tti laet la that while Jai kann la. ket th rtii tnriitt ul Sfholaatlo lea ni In a. be waa tml lu any miim an hrnor iul aaaa, "iviily I n th depart' menl ol ronailiiiiliinal law. On the rontrary, un lawyer la ml liar with hla ihum and hla wrlll na will bealiat lo say that b waa a mmarkahly aotiiid itiuailtotioiial lawyer, mi that It th rolbv diKixv ol Ll. il. had any real h'linuw tu dual at Uliiuieu'a, aa II ha not, tin ra waa no tmpmpilety lu roiiferrlug II upon Andniw iwkann. aa In. Iliroii wolilil blinw lf tr-Hil II h would I al Ihrlniulil Ivally tu. iiialut hliaarlf wlih lbi Dialler llialin l wl 'aaxaimng ih aurlriil murwpre' ai ntNlli'iii ol polllli-al rnnmlea aa If lin y were nphiloua ile.lbvniti'ly forme! by hlmw.lf Ai I'-na ( laimtriiil .lifrirflair. An vditoriul fiieitil lu Now York list railed our aiti'titiim to tlio almvo criticiatu on tbf ill-fonaiilurod rcfort'iiit- to flen. An- trow Jnckaon tnado by I'r. Jnckaon tnado by I'r. U-nnnrd lliicon in bia pa4-r lu tlio ciirrout ntnulx'r of Iht 'ormn, entitled "t'hoitp Arsileinic iVrcca." Nolliing eould ho (nrtlii r from tbo It tills tbsu Dr. Ikuva'a lUtouiont that tbo hero of Nvw Orloitua waa "a' uian greatly dialingumhod iu Lia trTDcratlon (or bia ijjuoranro and cotitrmpt of all law, human or divine." Where women wero coin crue l Uo loau of bis tuno iu purer tbau Jackaon. Judtro John Overton, tbo fouuder of Moiupbia, alio a bia coin. iianioti and tnorl Intiiiiato fiiund, txiro illing testimony to tbo f.tcl that Jarkaou was a iiiuriil wan, crer. unJer tbo tctiiila lions Inaepninblo from Innitior liln and condition. IWfoiti liccuniiiiK a anlJier Jackson served aa tbo first tlclr ilo In ( en i;ie" bom this Slulc, tboti as Altuniey (ioueral, I'uiled Kliiln Senator, Kupreino Juiltte, Mij ir iioiii'tal of uillilia, Mnjur- deni ral in tbo rei;iilurariiir, I'tiitpdMatea Senator for tbo aeron t time, and I'reaidi'ut of tbo I'nilod t-' i tot twice. No matt rould havo risen by smveaaivo atra y lluno poailiolis alio did not lb servo tlieiu Jl la true Jaokaon aa not what niliit bo tonne 1 a fine or finished writer. Jud John r.rtfckenrlilg-o, ol Krutucky, the ftiend and a coirenpoiiileut of Jrffuiaon'a alio aei ved with Jackson at New Oileaua, ilecbitf t ''bo b id no diatittcl Idea ou any subject," and that bo biinsotl ha I written several of bit fenoral outers, intliiiatliii; at tbo a ime tiuio that A mot Kembtll bad written bia f.ire well tueaaaeo on bia ro tiling from tbo I'roiiilcui'y, L'.roi konrlJgM aiao clai tied lo bavo aritlnn tboaddrotaou Jackaou'a leaving Florida, whit b wou fur tbo old hero tbo credit ol being well diutppod, lit a knowledge of Inter national law, lor tbo biblical position in tbeKlfl of tbo Hoplo. Vbi!o 1'iia may be true there ran bo no doubt that Jack- sun appreciated llio tenor aud strength of the military orJert and Pinto paper to which bo put bit a'gnalurt and that they avio limlinct with bit spirit and full ot bia ptirpoto be lor t they pa'icd from bia hand. I'srloti aayt, anaworlug tbo atatcment that ho could not ajoU, that "Jackson lived at a tlmo wln u few men and no women could jlt, and that bo apolltd better tbnit Frcdeiick the Great. Marl boroneX Naioleon or Waahitigtou." Aa to hit atattit aa a luwvor llio recorJt of Davidson County abnar that lu 17W iio bad forly-two of Ihn 192 rasea entered in llio courts of that county tliut year, tbut In 1703 be bad aeventy-two of 145 c ises, and In 1794 ho had 228 of tbo 397 rise-, entered, plain proof that ho was a most successful lawyer, and intint hnvo boon Intelligent na woll ai shrewd and nrciiiva. Jackson as a'clllzen lived in oIk-'iIIimh'o to tba' law and aa Attorney-C'it'iinral and Judo enforced it rijiiitably and justly, but rigoroutly. Ilia record aa lVo-lilont shows what bo wna at a constitutional lawyer, and hla admiration for Joirnrson, which lasted until bia death, wan bnttod upon bia knowl- rdl.'fl and appreciation of tbo public aor- viccaof tbo author of tint lieclaration of Iudeix iideni-o and founder of llio Demo cratic purty. Jackton'a tnaiiuHSo( tem per nave, a color to bit character that has iiiixlud many men in their cstiumto of bl in. lint thin, it ia now known, w.n ofion assumed, a mero mask behind which bo often concealed bia real purposes. Ag- Kt'cMiveucM was in bia time considered an essential In the make-up of tlio character of a public man, and llio duct ho fought and the street fight bo had aitlt tbo lion- ton waa forced upon him, tiio provoca tion being ealremo and audi aa might to day justify even ao mild a matinnrod man aa Dr. Dncoiiiit"tukliigapthecudgula." Uut long before bo died ho put this all away, and Dr. Ivfgar, Into pastor of tbo First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, Wo tes timony to the fact that tbo tinvanrjuisbod aoldiur dfod a consislont Christian, "at jhuco with (Jod and man." Hit aim, what ever they wero, woro larguly those of lia liiuo, when liorao racing and cock lighting were the greatest "attraction!!." Thcso woro Jackaon'a woaknesaea, but they were mora venal offenses compared with tbo aina wherewith sorno of bis conlomporary tatoainen were charged. Dr. IJacon baa dono a grosa injustice to a great character, ait utiHclaHh and noblo patriot, and aa a clergyman who should cxemply truth and rigbtuousuess, bo ought to tnaku reps ra tion, withdraw bis h.intily written words and conic tbo truth aa to Jackaou, "our K'coud Waabiiicton." OX 1(1 XAICtltZ. Tbo purebaso of tbo "l.iltlo J." Ihtil- rond, running front Jucksou, Mi., to Nutchet, Miss., by tba Louis viilo, Nvw Oilcana A Tcxaa lUilroad, ia fraucht with Important Manila to Memphis, and adda ouo inoro Hold of enterprise fur our mnrrbanta lo exploro. lleretoforo Memphis merchaiita could no get iuto Nutchejt without paying tribute to two railmals, one a wide gAugn, tbo other narrow. Tbo transfer of freight from one car to another waa naturally excnnivo and tbo ratea of the littla rood which eu- uyed a monopoly for tha cightorn mlloa between Harrison on tha main lino ot the liOiiisvllli, Now Orloaru oi Texas and Natcbca, tlio lei mi out Miint of the l.lttlo J. Now all.tbuno in- rumbtancva are rouiovod. ,11m en tiro disinnce from Memphis to Natchea la cov ered by ono ownership, and tbo narrow gaugo will bo widened to conform to the autnilard, ao that freight may bo ablpin'd through without chaiigu ot bulk. In certain leading lines of mcr- t'banillae Meuiphis rsn tlulivor in Natchea motvebcapty lluu any city In tbo West, and our uiercbauta will doubtluta bo alivo lo (lie o'Mrtuuity. Tbeie ia no re.iaon why Mempbia should not soil to Natchea all the provision! and grain products that are consumed in that murkct, to aay nothing ot lioo't and aliotti, bats, dry goods, cloth ing and tiiervhiindisA. Memphis has but to reach out ber band aud draw to her tbo trade which is hers bv right of googrspbi rat poaillon and nunmercial IniiHirlaueo. Tn a l'l'i'l'u' ( uin'ununi, a moil admirable publication, treating of tbo auperslillou alioul vampires, which slill lingeraaitb Iho eoplen( llio Dsnubisn principalities, rails alti-mion lo tba modern vauipiro, "tbu vicious liitlo hoy at a hool or college, re fusing to mako Iho liit eHott lo beip him aelfi smoking, gambling, tippling, lling Uon the liard labor of a father, or a nt'ilbrr, or perbaia of a loud titter who till lielivvi-a in him. lead souls aro these, roriuptlng tbo moral air about them, tliawing their sluitxiah, unnatural lift from tin ao who love them U tt. (io-l tlemauda that every human being ahull Justify ita right to li vo by helpful thought and action. No matter host admirable or charming a man mny bo in apwAranc, the moment ho voluntarily bocomea u Imt, living altogether on others, that moment bo becomia aa dead at Ilia Wtlla rbian vampire, and lurna the hideout fahlo Into l.n U This obligation to useful lin under which liod list placed ua, la really nothing more than an obligation to be Into to tbo law of our own naturo. Tbo Idler, tbo lulaerublo hanger-on, nu b aa w bavo been cukliig of. may possibly fancy that ho ia taking lifo easy, aa llio delusive phrase la, but in reality ho is "not living at nil. Whether ho knowa It or not, ho bat loved hit life only to lose It," This is all truo. llut 7'U Gi;ibk-ii has (or g'llten lo enumersta Ih bWI tuckert in corporation! and trust who tuik the lif out ( euterpriac built np with car by prudent management and yean of indus try, 'f hew are lb rtvd vampirui of lb time, . g-.v-r ajcrun Ma. Joua lux a, lu bit blstoricJ aork Jut publiahod, "Th rglnnliig of New Fnglaud," after dwullliig iixu tho growth and advantage of the I'jiglish or repro enlativ Idea of government aa oorvpared llh llio homan or non-reprcscntatlvo, aye: "Tbo luberited predatory tciulency to eel- iijKjn tb truita of other peoplo'a labor Is till very alrong, and whllo wo bavo nothing more lo (ear (row Kings, we may Jet Lav troubl tnougU fiotn com mercliil monopolie and favored industries inarching to tha polls their horde ot bribed retainer,"' Tho monopolist and trust orgajiiaor take Ihe place of the rob ber Baron and tho predatory King. Hu man greed and the aavago instinct to stent aurvive, notwithstanding our civilization, and thus crop out in new form. A cahi-koran from Loudon elate that Heury Irving ha made advuncea to Jo aepb Jefferson to go to tandon nud pluy in "Itip Van Winkle" nt the Lyceum. Mr. Irving aayt ft k Ms ambition to place "Uip Van Wfi-JtltJ" upon tbo atago in a manner suitable to its poetical and dra matic Interest, and with Mr. JulTcrson aa tho atar it would be a revival of unpreco dented brilliuncy and succota. It is auid, however, thut Mr. aTeiTeraoti has thus fur resitted" all applications, laying ho It too Inzy to cross tho ocean. Mr. Cot. is P. Uu.-stinoto.n, Iho grant railroad buiblor and inillioiiitiro, who is woll knowu in this city from bis connec tion with tho Chesapeake. Railroad, haa subscribed $100,000 to build Iho 202 utiles of railroad that will conuect tbo lower Congo with tho upper, and bo the meant of putting a atop to tbo alavu trade. The King ot th ISelginns baa authorized a subvention to tho achein ot 12,000,000, and an F.nglisu syndicate is said to have promitod a much more. i . . TUB FLOATINO ICEBKBQ8. Olbor Ship Than tbo 8aal Run Into tba Froaan Mountains. Nkw York, Juno 19. Tho lucky Her man Lloyd steamship fSunlo ia probably not tho only craft that shoved uu iron prow into an iceberg on June 11. A crya tullino flout ot tliCM ship destroyer seoint to bavo been drifting northeasterly on that day along the current ot tho Uult Stream, right in tho path of adventurous naviga tor who risk the higher latitude to shorten their voyoge hither from Ktiropcun port. It tuny bo recalled that tbo Sanlo slid over tbo foot of- tall berg on Tuesday, Juno II, at 11:. '10 o clock in tbo ovouing iu lati- tudo 42, 01, longitude 49, SI. Four hours before ibis tbo tramp steamship Orsino, which arrived yesterday from Mediter ranean Krla, passed in latitudo 41, 27, longiludo 47, ItJ, about 100 miloa to tbo northeast ot the aeono of tbo Soale'a ad venture, a berg as big around ai two city block ami 1,'iJ feet out ot water. Cant Kvana did not aeo the glittering leviathan until It was nearly two miloa UMlcru. It wo ooncculed behind an Im puuctrablo veil of fog, when it passed it on the starboard. Ha conjectured that be was at ouo Inn within a inilo of it, aa the air w aa ol w intry colilness. I lu was aware llmt ho was In Ihe neit;lilorhood of ice several hours Ix'foro he saw lb ii bcrit. and be ordered Uio Orsino to lie run at iituirtcr skm-iL A dsrk snot in the bora attracted bit no- tiro. He look a long look at il through hit Itloas and ohterved, with tomo surprise, that the dark apol ap(eare. to bo black puiut, aeraicd Iroui Ilia aide or bow ol a atKamshlp. There was an liidentntion in llio iHMg lliat lonkeal very much like llio Imprint of vessel' bow. There was no writ k ago In Iho noixbborbootl of the berg, t'npl. Lvsn tboucht it very likrlv thai a ship bad run into a liern. That does not neceiasarily mean that the ship went down. Mie may havo been a tramp, which, like all vowwela of her class, ran great risks to make quirk, econouiiral pnswige. InpL r.vnns ileclnre that he will never acsin attempt to sbnrlen hi Itip at I his season by going above the forlv-tftcond degree ot latitude. "Ilia unusual," ho added, "to find big ber so far down. I have passed them bolero, but not so cbsm. "They are gen erally seen llirrtior lour degree further north. 1 was fearful during the Intermit tent fug of crashing iulo sum bidden mountain ot Ice." The big It-rg that Cnpl. h'vsns saw could not have lceii Ihn one th Kualo rau against. I'apU Kvana paaaed bia lerg ai 7. JO o'clock on Ihe rveiiing ol Tuesday, June II, four hour befor tlio taaie col lided with hor berg. It was lloaliug north- i:crly withth tiull atrentu. tiav. Ily'a ITorlamailaiia. I.tniaSAroLis, Ind., Juno 19. Oov. I lorry tonight pn'parod a proclamation in relation lo th striko ol the block coal miners ol Clay Couuty. II quote tbo ibln its sent him by the Commissioner of Clay Couuty, and then (tales that b does not presume to claim any legal right to roiicl or demand any aid fiotn tbo citi- sous of Ibis Mato for the relief of Ih suf luring miner or their fmulhes, but ho hotiea Ihe appeal will meet a warm re aponao. lie continues a follow a; "The pci le of Clay County should rcaliae tho fart that such relief ran only last (or a lew lays, and llmt the ollieeis ol Iho county havo ample authority, under tbo laws of the Male, lo make lull provisions lor a.l who may need amlataneo. The legal pow er ol the County I'nmmisainnor and Township Truatea-s cannot bo doubled." IVflii'iis 0,071, U.07J, 0,07(1 and ll.OMI ot tlio revised stsluirt are riled In upMirt ol this statement. Tb tioverimr continU''; "No inpropriation lias been mako by the laws ol this Mat lo meet such Continiren- cles out ol any public fund, and tl gresl or uncxpevtril burlrns liouhl unforlunatrly fall UMn lb people ol I'lsy or any other county It I Iwhvved thut Ihe gent-root epl ot tho Kit w ould roinx'l their reptiiaeiilalivo to luase iiiiuto sppropria lion to mtHit sQi It eeiidiiurus." Ihe ifSMk laajwrvt. Dt tiiit, Juno IU. At the Inquest at Armagh into the rauae of Iho fatal rail road accident m ar there last wet k, n pro Mutative ol th Irish Northern Itatlroad Company, on wboo road tbo disaster oc curred, annotinerd that tb company wrould ccerit aJt lUluI.tv lor Ilia accident. and waa prepared to mushier all chums lor damage tt aecoiinl ol lot ol bl or tujurtc that migni i prew ntej. Tb laal ator 1 rir4f Qt arstToWM, Juno K-Th yarbt race, which ws darted v rater Jay, did not llnlsh uniil nearly 6 o clock tin morning. Th Valkyri a Ittslmed for an hour within half mllaol th winning station. Tha Yroila. Isvored bv an rssterlv wind. paasod lb Vslkyrie and led lo th club quay, where eh rriveJat 4 50 o'clock. Th Yalkyrind Yarapa, when a quarter of a mil from the iUay, again became beralmod, . Tbrjr then dropped tblr anchor. . th rrl las Mara WakhikotoK, inn l! -Th I'rvwident will visit Cap May Friday and remain titer unlit Monday or Tursdsy of next week, lie will make the trip Ih.iIi way by rail instead ot t y water, u first lu-tendod- LEGAL FIGHTS OVER DOGS. SBswaaaa-aaBsaMasBBi TWO CASES ILLOBTEATINO HOW MEN CAN LOVB CANIME8. Justice Tour; Hedg-ftd In by Abstruse Proposition, Growing1 Out ot an At tachment Butt Costs Are Naught to be Considered. I'uople may ridicule the proposition that do;a are property, but tubbora and ex pensive legal TigbU aro not unfrequently waged over thorn. Powerful and vexing points of law, loo, are not altogether unknown in contents of this kind, and sorvly try tbo judicial mind of bint who sits to hoar tho citsu for adjudication. A ciue or two in point: When the roan Wallace, who wont to tho wall iu various attachment suit some tew weeks ago, duliverod up bia goods to tho olliccrt, among tlio elfocts was a litter of blooded pupa. Two of thorn, according to previous agreement, wero tbo property of Henry Forzl. After the birth of the pupa, Mr. FokcI weut to tho home of Mr. Wallaco, beheld the canines that they were shapely and promising, and made hi cli!clioua. Thus satisfied ho went away, and for a fow day paid no more heud to hi property. Thou ho bethought bimsolt ot their actual reiwion, and wrote a note for the delivery to an agent named in tbo paper. Wheu I lie agent aud order arrived they found two Deputy blierifls Uoorgo Powul aud J. J. Murphy there, with documents calling foi about every stick or parcel of Mr. Wal lace's effects. With theso weut tho dot;. Luter, through souio alleged de fect or loophole, the writ carried by Deputy Murphy wus withdrawu, the tloa were not sold, and went back to Mr. Wallace. Deputy Murphy secured an other writ ol attachment, however, went out and included the dogs, and about the sumo time that Mr. Faz.i renewed tbo order for bis two. Tho oltieer cauto out winner agaiu, aud until within the lust ilny or two had them beyond tho discov ery of Mr. Fazxl or hiaagenia. A lawsuit followed, which came up for hearing bo fore Jiutico Young yesterday aflornoon. iH'puty Murphy relied upon the legality of tho writ by which ho canto into tem porary posscfwion of tho dog. Mr. Fusd uigcdlhnt, einco be had selected bis two even before a writ of attachment waa thought of, bad preferred hia order for thorn about the time tho tlrst attachment pn rs wero served and long before tho uttachmont uuder which they were really bold wus executed, then the puns wero bis properly, not that of Mr. Wallace at all, and as such not linblo to attachment hccau.so ot any delin quency of that gentleman. The Court was troubled over two legal propi tious, vix.: Priority cf Ihe duuiauils upou Mr. Wallace for lite dogs, and whether there bad been a legal separation ol them by Mr. Wallace lo Mr. Faz.i. Hia Honor would not risk his judgment on a speedy decision, and therefore deterred until this morning, when learned counsel on both si ile will submit authorities ou both tho pnitKwitiona. Tula ia tho second roso with dog flesh a a basis llmt JtiHiico Young hu been called uxm lo airulghten out, aud tho othor also Iiuiik lire. Il i somewhat amusing, too, a it allow the length to which coplo will go w lieu thoy ouoe atari in lo content question in tho courts, homo titue ifO, Mr. John Ik Itobinson nurliasod liom Mr. Jerry C'ockrell a pup lor tbo sum of It ws lent, thi-outflt the Southern Fxpreaa Company, to Minneapolis. A very short lime alter it arrival there, breath left it body, and it became a lamented corpse. Nj the proof goes, llio express company in sists thai tho dote passed away from natural cause, while the plaintiff iutiats that it was from injuria.-) received in transit. Over that fio piece ol property both side aro stubbornly lighting, sad tb prospect Ufor not lea than $2oO worth of dcptwition, to say nothing ol other heavy costs. Tho f i Kh 1 1 (lili on, with no propiiosy ing wboro lid when it will end. A QOABANT1NI PAPER. A Last Yar'a Bird' Nt Figuring In a Bult for Damaf. "Did you issuo the luatructions?" The man who thu inquired ot Presi dent lis. I Jen waa Col. Tom Wbito, attor ney for tho Mississippi A Tennessee branch of lb Illinois Ccutml ItailronJ. Tbo Colouel had reference to a paper bo lini.Jcd Mr. lladden, on which wer priuled qusrantino regulation in force but summer, all duly aigned by Dr. U. Ik Thornton, as president of the Hoard of Health at the time, aud tho Taxing Dis trict President. Not knowing why the inquiry was ad dressed to him, hut dying ol curiosity, snd leellng a Hiailive sense of guilt, Mr. lladden admitted hla rcionsihility. "Did you vliforco them?" asked Col. While. "Yes, sir, we did Hint." "How:" "Why, with the polico and military of tbo city. You bet we bad thi-iu carried out. right up to the handle." "I wish you, then, to write out that Inteinciil on tbo buck ot tbo paper." "What's up now?" "Well, there's a fellow down there be low (irenad suing us for $",lJ damage. Ho bought a tn kot over our road (rom Orrnada to Memphis, bectuso of a chrser mto than to Ncnlutl's Nation, to which point h was really bound. When be attempted lo board tlio tram, and allowed In ticket to Memnlus, the conductor told him h couldn't mako It becauto ol quarantine. Tho lit ket holder i indued upon coming, however, but tho rondurtor ad hered lo hi original conclusion, rlotoil and locked Ihn door ol tho car, aud tha train pulled out, leaving th man who I now trying lo recover J.i.OUO dumngea standing on Ihe platform." "Out of all the paper w issued Hint summer," remarket! 1 resident lladden to au ArraAL reporter yesirrduy, aa acorn, menl upon the attorney's visit, "that Is th llml on I have board from since." BASEBALL FOB JOHNSTOWN. Memphis T. Colllarvlll at Otttn' Park This Afternoon. A gmo ot ball will be played tbi af tor noon at tb Citltnni' lhsuball Park, by a picked nine ot Memphis and th Collier villa team, for th hem-lit ot th Johus town tuftcrtr. Nauru it. roi.i.itSTlUa Tyior, p. iohnin, p. I niHiioi r. , Hm.ou. e. I.. I l.i I. Xl.ivrl lai K rwiiii. vd . Ainioision.ailh. fllinilH..... arlar. J b. In -!, ad b. Plewsrv a Ilarrlaoo, S hiiilia. t Viatd. I. I. Ilionphrlra. r. t tkaiaiirs, tub. Hunt, I. L Jolira. e, I. Kers, 1. 1 Wall, auU Gam called at 4.30 p.m. A Naakstlle tar Dl. ptelal IXaMlvb to 1 a Appeal. Nasbvim.!, Toiin., Juo 19. Johtt P. WhiU, president ol tb McUavock and Mount Vernon 8tret Railway Company, hat old hi intereat in tb road to Messrs. Nathaniul llaxter, Jr., O. 5L Fogg. T. V . Wrwnn. J. II. Fall, M. M. Gardener, H. Ik Uuckuer, W. IL llobluson and John P. Willism. The transaction involved $100,. 000. at 35 oonta. Tho capital Ftock of the company is f.'KW.OOO. It is pto used lo operate cleoiric car over the ...iroavs torn. BLL OHDER THB CARS. ' An Itinerant Brakaman' Serious oClsbap Yesterday Afternoon. J. Portner, au itiuerant railroad witch- man, hud his left leg, above the knee, crushed into splinters yesterday afternoon uuder tho wheels of a freight car. Ho waa breaking bohind twitch eugine No. 50,'), of tlio Chesapeake A Ohio Uitilroud. wliuu a sudden start threw him from Iho top of a car to tho track between two of I hem, anil tbo wheels of one irnxsed over bis log; lortnor was rctnovJ lo lbs City Hospital. PROHIBITION DEFKATHD. Tbs Latest OtDclal Boturns In th Pnn aylvanla Election. PiiiLAnci.riiiA, Juno 19. Official and estiumUxl rot urns from every county in the EtHto show that the Prohibition amendment wna defeated by 18S,4I9 ma jority, lleports from all but twulvo coun ties show a majority of 11(1,990 against tho amondment providing for the repeal ot tho poll-tux qiialitlcation.. Tho majority aguiuat it will be still further increased. WiiDDINa BELLi Two MarrlattfMi ai Utile Keek, fporlsl Dlapatch to Tba Appeal. Littlk Kock, Ark., Juno 19. N. K. Normili and Mrs. Carrio Kaydance, of this cily, were married here tonight; also dipt. JJleeker I.nco, nn attorney ot rortMiuth, and Mis Liiuie Scott, of Arkadelphia, were marriud at tbu homo of the bride tonight. OblTUARY. tap I. airihrn. LoKnoN, Juua 19. Capt. btophens, ot tbo Allan Lluo steamer Peruvian, which has arrived at Quccnstowu from Balti more, Halifax and HL Johns, diod on the voyage from the lattor port to CJueuns tuwu. Tb 1 111 Hervle ouinilsalon. Ciiirstio, 111., June 19. Civil tjervico Commissioners Cburles Lyman, of Now York, Kx-Uovernor Thompson, of South Carolina, and Theodore ltoojovolt, of New York, arrived in Chicago this .morning and began an examination into tho work ings of the ostoflice. Poetmaxter Sextou called in all tbo division sunorintendonta and heads of departments, who were thor oughly examined as to the manner of per forming; duties in their various detri ments. A ruling was mado thut lkl. Hexton might reapoint to any vacancies occurring w ithout re-exumi nation, certain ex-L'uioii soldiers who woro discharged by bia predecessor. Col. (Sexton was also authorised tn discharge employes when auspectod ot petty thieving, with provision that appointees to the vacancies so created shall lirst pats the usual examination. Tho members of the Coniuiirwon specie in terms of high pruite of tho ellicieney dis played in I lie workinga of the oflice, de claring it tho best they have yet seen. They go to Milwsukce this afternoon. I Jala laleatanara lot a load ataapa. Mijcmxai-olis, Minn., Juue 19. The JournaVt Duluth special savs: A tug and steamship wreckage outfit bus just left here for Castle Danger, eight mile below Two Harbors. More will go down touigbl. The steamer City of Cleveland is in bad alispb and full of water. Hie waa built in 18S2 al Cleveland, and ia tbo property ot ISrsdley and other. tho ia insured, and la valued at $100,000; haa a capacity ol 2,000 tons. The chooncr John Martin was not so badly damaged. f?ho is rated "A2," valued lor Insurance $:lo,0iHJ, built twenty year ago, wo lately thoroughly repaired; has a tounago ot l,2u0. Mio wus also owned by Dradlcy. Castle Danger, w here they atruck, ia a series ol low reels extend ing several miles along shoro and coast wist ol tirand Mittais. Tb hoata are exposed lo lull force ol east, west aud soutborly wind and may suffer complete lo If not brought to harbor at onco. They wero coal laden lor Duluth and chartered tororo back. Tb rtehrlaa H t)aMtla, Waiminoton, Juno 19. Walker lllalno, in response to an inquiry aa to tho accu racy ot the report (rom Montreal that an agreement baa been reached between (ireat Britain and tho United Slate, that no vessels ahull be seined in Ilehring Sea, uid: "1 know of tiolhing relative lo the suhji-ct outsido of tb public proclamation of th President, which ho already beon printed, nor do I know of any intention lo call, aa ang-stcd, an Iuternationul Con gress lor tho purpose ol taking step! Jointly to protect Ihe tval fur lUberies Ihcrv;" Ua. rerakar ratlltlr, ' Nkw Yoi.k,Juuo 19. "I have oo tlmo to talk politics," said Oov. Forskcr, ot Ohio, to a Tinies representative yesterday. "I siu about to atart for homo and bavo barely time l i catch my train." "Are tbo reports Irue, Governor, that you are a randnlsto lor reiioininution'.'" "No, sir, 1 am not a candidate for ro nominallon. I bavo no desire lor Iho honor again and believe it I lime lo give somebody cIbo a chance, I am aware of tho movement to ptndi the nomination tition mo, but you ran aav for mo that 1 do not want it ami will not lako lk" Th Alger Alaska s-wrty. Nkw Yoiik, Juno 19. The lion. Thomst C Piatt and parly left Ibis cily ou the Chi cago limited from Ihe Grand Central Ie pot tonight for their Alaska trip. Th lint trip will lie tnado at Detroit, where Gov. Alger will join them. From Tacoma Hi party will proceed by'steamsbip. Ik-si del Mr. and Mrs. Plait, den. and Mrs. Alger and their two duughtc is aud ann tbero will bo In tlio party don. Poo, of Omaha; Cob don. 11. Hopkins, of Ivttoit.und tho Hon. J. M. Hi unit on and wife, of Omuba. !! Itiry nablwralT Cuit'aoo, III.. Jun 19. A dispatch fiom Lincoln, Neb., says: It wst cuircntly ro- ported yestoidav that article of confedera tion were signed Monday night by local aateuihlie of th Brotherhood ot Kngln cx'rs, Firemen, Biakrnicn, bwitcbmcnsuJ Kulglit of Laior pledging mutual auppnrt tn the event of a ainke on tn L'uion Pa cific This alriko ha been threatened for lorn time, and Ih Griavanc Committee hive been iu session om day making proposition to th ufllcial ot lb road. Bis I Ir al aakllla. Ark. Little Roxk, Ark., Juno 19. A special to tbo Uatrtlt from Nashville, Ark., says: One block of this town was destroytd at an arly hour tbi morning. Some twenty building wore burned, entailing a net loss ot over 120.000, tb Insurance on which waa about 110,000. Tb postofl.ee wus ournea, but most ol lb msil matter was saved. Tb principal losers were J. J. Iteave. 1.1.000; Hal k Hale, druggists, t',ot, Block dt Brtx, general merchandise, I'l.WO, William Johnson, 11,600. tOt'tsVILI.K. Ir,, Jun ts-RlTaw rtalnt. llk fcsrt I laKb oa I ha ialla. and II brat I luaJwt IS tbtuaal. WeatbawlaUaiiawarBU THE LAND LEAGUE PICNIC. A HANDSOMO SUM REALIZED FOB JOHNSTOWN 8UFFEBEB3. An Immena Throng Respond to tb Call of Distress Tb Irish Heart True to Itself A Day Devoted to Innooanc Enjoyment. As might hnvo been expni lo l tho Land League picnic at Fslivnl Park last night for the benefit ot tho Johnstown itillorur wo a signal sucees. Thcro seems to Ihj a touch of niugio in tbo nnine liiid iA'iiguu that appeals to tho Iriali heart with moving eloquence, and no appeal In tho name ol tho Land tangttu or under its nuxplcp Is ever suflered to go unhuoded. 'llio picnic Inst night was an emphatic coiillrnmtion ot Ibis ruin. Tho park fairly swarmed with people and the scene waa animated and enlivening. Kntlro families cmnti ibcro lo do the occasion honor. Molieis liMtigbt their babos and acrompnuied by pttter-fainiliits locked up their bouses and devoted the day to innocent enjoy ment. It waa otio of the notable fen lures of the affair, that so many families partici pated in a body. In somo casea tbore wero three generations reproteucd, from graudslro to grandchild, iuqxtrllng a homo atmosphere to tho surrounding, that udded infinitely to tho comfort and enjoy ment of all who attended. During tbo aflornoon the attendance was limitod to women and children, but shortly after dark tho multitudo licgan to pour through die galea in a steady stream, and by 9 o'clock p.m. the dancing pavilion was crowded and the lawn oulsido waa dolled with promuuadera. the whito dresses' thu Indie imparting to theacc-no rofresh ing sense ot eruce.Jovuliness and purity. Wbilo the large majority ot tboao pres ent woro of Irish nationality or descent, there were not wautlng numerous delega tions of representatives of other nations, the native born American, especially, be ing everywhere a conspicuous figure in tho pmccediugs, more particularly in tho dancing pavilion, where even despite tho high temperature there wore always a hun dred couples or so gliding over the floor to tho stirring music of Sax by & Croso's Bund. There was an unusual number ot gen tlemen present more or less prominently identified with the city's history, cquire Put Winters circtiluled through lb crowd with his usual suavity of manner, smiling hcuignantly on all who came. Mr. An thony Walsh waa also present, exchang ing kindly greetings with numeroui friends and cciirttiluents. Miko Garvin ami his alter ego, John J. Muton, were also no ticeable in the crowd. Other woll-knowu gentlemen present were: Thomas Mt Koon, John J. DulJ'y, J. T. , Walsh, Mar tin Kelly, John Burry. Ilobert Longue, Dnn tVliloss, William Ftuiiie, Frank Mc ljiuj:hlin, Kditor William Fitxgonld, ot tho OitlfJir Jmmuil; P. McCadden, P. T. Wuigleyand a host of others wIiomi untnes aro prominently identillod with devotion lo tbo cauoo of Ireland. The nrrangciuuut fur tbo comfort and convenience ot guest were of the mint satisfactory description and the g kxI work of Iho committee charged with the detail wo everywhere manilesL Frank Mc laughlin, P. McCndikn aud Put Galena, UKn whom these details devolved, proved the wisdom of their selection. They worked like beaver and had the satisfac tion ol seeing their efforts rewarded with success. The lodioui duty of attending lo Iho gato w is discharged by John Itreuuan, Morgan J. Kelly aud Charles Wvllio with unwuvering pattern, and they found their reward in the us of the receipts. The refreshment stands deserve special mention. They were not left to Ihe care of hirod wsitors, but wer managed by ladies who gave their personal attention lo all who came, and were imlcfutig-.tble in their offer! to pleaao Ihoir suesis. Th bill of fare embraced chicken, ham, beef, marcaroul, iced tomatoes, beets, cskct, ice creum and coffee, all cooked deliriously and served in the most appetising style, (or the very moderate sum of 60 rent. It wss sn inspiring sight loses how actional y Ihe lad us worked in aid of tbo uoblo csttso which had brought them together. Iho following named bidie were in charge ol tha refreshment table and are entitled lo a volo ot thank for their rllojls; Mesilsine Murlin Kcllv, P. Kingston, Frauk Mclaughlin, alaggi ('iiuiiy, Vunturini, Mctiraih and Miavww Lixxie end Mny Gallagher, Nclh Kelly, Lillio Cunniiiglikiu. Among th belle of tha occasion wo Mis Minni Moloban, of I'jinia, Clare County, Ire land, a recent arrival who i visiting Mrs. Calon. Mutt Moiobsn, beside being a young ludy of rar accomplishments is a splendid typ of tbo beauty for which lb women of Ireland re noted. Hie re mind on of Cliarlc Iever' heroine. CAPT. OLA83 IN TROUBLE. Ul Method of Enforcing- Bettlomtnt of an Aeoount Bald to be Due Ulm. CnpL James (ilasA, colored, who bat bad a taste of lb penitentiary, seems not to deport himself to steer clear of it fur's sec ond time. Ho la before Justice Young on a striout charge, much against the desire of Uu magistrate, who doea not follow in the footstep of certain of his brethren and pull lor promiscuous criminal bniini-ss. Obis is up this limo st tbo instnnce of Fuller A Aisohrook, livery stablemen. They allege sgainst hitn that ho has been entirely loo sclllsh iu the collection of claims due them by various and sundry ptrlio who bavo patronltod their bntk. Vhil lb dusky captain was In the linn's employ ss a hock driver, no ob jection to hla activity on hia part waa railed, especially when proper account waa mado of the collections. But bis accuser state thut, notwithstanding bis discbarge, om time since, be bss continued lo rvduc the number and amount of outsbiudiug claims, and Hist, loo, without turning lb ruatillor lo tliein. The defendant thus far ha only Inter posed tbo defense that the Unit owed Liin money, would not eltlo, aud he waa en deavoring lo enforce IU TUB NURSES' TRAININO SCHOOL, Program of the Commnomnt liar class Nxt Saturday Night. Tli commencement ionise of lb Memphis Training School lor Nurse will be held la the hall ol th Young Men's Hebrew Association next Saturday even ing, beginning at 8 o'clock. Prayer will l offered by the Lev. Eugen Iaiiisl, D.D.; an d.lrets will be delivered by Mr. J. M. Keating; th report of tb tirin tendent will be mado by Miss W. M. Hakb; diploma will b awarded by Mr. W. J. Crawford, president ol the IWl ot Directors, snd 'A Woman's Greeting" will b delivered by Mm Jenny AL llig be. Arnold's full orcbostra will afford th music. stiver Trlafraswsw KfWTOr.LtAKa lav, JiiniaWrl1iTrlmdn rala today. Arrltwat Uly ol !v Louat. at Uui. T. I.Ol'IS, Ms., iua IS-Hlnr rlaln. wllh III bad Ota tb taut. Waaihar lr td txtiuas ai Ih yr Arrlaasl: Cllf ol Monro. Kali baa, ly pantil. Uly el Ualos Kou, haw Url W A