0 jjjf 'Ardmore, Wednesday, January 24, 1508
BJUltOTiR TO MELODY
Lome &nAT men who had a
STfiONQ AVERSION TO MUSIC.
B".Silo mill Sunnlim Cite Mi- tlie
SpliTM," Siilil .Sir U'nllrr Siull,
Ciiuilrr ( nlli-il Mimic "I In- M,.t lli
lieimltr !olc on Kiirlli."
Poverty, suj'8 Hoinu wUo mini. Is no
crime, but It Is a great Inconvenient'".
nil liisin.sllillll.v to tlio concord of
weet sounds, It may also lie nuld,
hough not criminal, despite Hliuko-
lcnro'H dictum Hint no innn deaf to
lie appeal or iiiiihIi' sliiiiild be trusted,
u ..Artnllilr !i vprv front itoiirlviillm
ia'tt, great nnd lamentable loss though
t may be, It H a lus which linn been
lie lot of a really extraordinary mini'
ier of men and women, not merely
imoiiK ic ranK unci nio oi wie woriuii
vorUerH and iIioiicm, Iui t among those
,v!in liavc In various directions won
liven the poets have heeu divided on
ic subject, although one might lint
i rally have imagined that felicity In
crhnl harmoiiy would Imply uppncla
ion of music. Tennyson Is reported to
-lavc roninrlaid once to Sir Hubert Par
0t y "llrownlng Is devoted to music and
""Iiiuwh a great deal about It, but then;
"j s in nnisle In his verse. 1 Know
aaVtfA .,,,f. .ilinltt itmclf nliil .li.n't ttnrn fif
t m mo least, nut my verso is run or
inslc." In a general way the state,
lent was very true and embodied p
Coleridge, though he protesteil that ho
'Ujd no ear whatever and could not nlng
titi ulr to save his life, yet delighted
ready In good music nnd, Indeed, ills
Inyrd excellent tatto In his opprecla-
on. He liked Beethoven nnd Motuirt
nd gome of the earlier Italian com-
srrs, such as l'nlestrlim ud Onrls-
nd, and, much to his credit, lored our
1 1 i . ii .I-- i . . i . it ...
ruii&ii i unuii. ijuuu ujuair, uu
told, "never tires me nor sends m to
Seep. I feel physically refreshed nnd
nrengtneneu by It, as Milton kits lie
I On the other hand, Southey wns In-9-uslblc
to the chnrms of music, n dfp
Irntlon -which wns shnred by Boott.
VlnIH lw... 1fl1P Uln itrniA. w.An
jj.ivi vmin i, loin, i . ivtiiivi nivii'
fuls friend Morrltt of Itokeby that he
ud h ruiiiK iiiiiii u iiiuiri urmiuc, in
Ifc nnd daughter having roup In to
llnliurgh to attend a great musical
tlvnl. "I have an Indifferent good
r for a ,11k." ho continued, "but your
los and sonatas give me the spleeu,
e en remained behind to prune my
.Seott, apparently, would have syiu-
athlzed -with Tlicoiiulle Oatitler. who
Kfcp called nnisle 1 lio most vtnimlvp
Ifpftu on earth. Of (lautler It Is also
In ted that on one occasion when talc-
to task by a scandalized host for
Iking while some one was singing he
plied, "Jo nosupprlmcpus la inusjque.
tie fills quo 'lattenuerr'
.V still more famous Frenchman, Vie-
Hugo, objecteil strongly to liU
famas being used -as librettos. lie
Id the music spoiled his verses Ml.
took a very different view lie
ng of soft I.ydlan airs
Married to Immortal verse.
Such us the im-HIns soul may jiItco
In notes with miiny a winding bout
Of llnlicil sweetness long drawn out.
The composer of the deep organ bar
onies of "ParadNe Lost" was prob
ity one of the greatest nitisle lovers
the innks of the poets. lie was a
islclau lilnwlf of no mean ability.
ud his love for the art stands revealed
many passages In his works,
nsenslblllty to music has been by
means coiillucd to poets. A latter
y ducal governor of .Madras Is said to
!ve declared that there were only two
liesouc was "d'od Save the (Jtieeu"
Su lie other "was not! lie would
h"i nppreelated the remark of the
P'j ilium that music Is "the ouly
SjHi fl" which one Is obliged to pay,"
Vdlctmn with which Dr. JyiniHon
puld tntre cordially syinpathi.cil.
pie doctor's remark at u violin per
mnnce is familiar. When a friend,
Icing the great man's Inattention
the dexterity displayed, remarked
Jim the dllllculty of the performance
which iiie witu imiutiuiK, iui- uut'
crlwl: 'Ditllcult, do you call It,
I Wish It were Impossible!"
nd when lloswell In a gushing lit
licrlbed how music affected 1dm so
bbnirh- and nalnfiillv. nroducini: In
I mind alternate sensations of pa
nic dejection so that lie was ready
Jdicd tears and of daring resolution
that he was inclined to rush Into the
ykest part of the battle, the doctor
ply and effectively gave lilm a cold
iche "Sir, I should never hear It If
mule mo such u fool!"
et ."Johnson once confessed to hav-
been Impressed by solemn music
a funeral, and on another occasion,
W asked by a lady whether ho waa
d of music, ho replied gallantly mat
all n ilse lie considered It the least
agreeable. Johnson oven went so
as to ask his friend, Dr. llurney,
historian of music, to teach hlifi the-
slcal scale. "Dr. Iturney," he said,
ach me at least the alphabet of your
guage." Imagination rather boggles
the Idea of tho lexicographer In the
ractcr of a music pupil,
amb, again, although ho numbered
ompllslted musicians among his.
nds. cared little for their melodies,
confessed to having practiced "God
Ve tho King" all IiIh llfo-"whNtllns
humming It over to myself In
.tary corners and am not yet arrlv-
My tell me, within many quavers
On one occasion at the Novel-
ho managed to "weather the Mo
nd A'jjtlnn Rtorm" with the aid of soothing
iontneor ter, hut his power of musical re
imoy pptfltlvlty was very soon exhausted, as
iterencei-bos explained In his own Inimitable
y In the "Chanter on liars." Ulse-
Terrttoripro i10 wr0(e. V
Borne cry up Haydn, some Mczart,
Just m the whim bites; for my part
J. A. DIVEN8, President
DON LACY, Vice President
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In tho United States court in the
Indian Territory, Southern district:
I.ula Hall, plaintiff, vs. Will Hall,
defendant, No. 550C.
The dependent Will Hall, Is warnod
to' appear In this court In thirty days
and answer tho complaint ot of tho
plaintiff, I.ula Hall.
VWitness the Hon. Hosca Townscnd,
Judgo of said court, and the seal thoro
of, this 18th day ot January, 1900.
(Seal) C. M. CAMPBELL; Clerk.
By W. S. CnOCKETT, D. C.
Cruce, Cruco & nioakmore, attor
neys. Attornoy for non-resident: S. II.
First published January 21, 1900.
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In tho United Stntos Court In tho
dlan Torrltory, Southern District:
Win. U Ray, plaintiff, va. Connlo
Ray, dofendant, No. G500.
Tho dofendant, W. I Ray, Is warn
I to appear In this court within tlilr-
days nnd nnswor tho complaint
' tho plaintiff, Connlo E. Ray.
Witness tho Hon. Hosca Townscnd,
dgo of said court, nnd tho Rnnl
thorcof, this 11th day of January,
(Seal) C. M. CAMPI1EU.. Clerk.
lly W, S. CROCKETT. Donntr.
Cruce, Cruco & Illeakmore, Attorneys.
Attorney for non-resident. 8. H. Ihrt-
Kirst published January 11, 1906.
1 11 thn Tln!tpfl Rl-.t. a i. .-
Indian Territory, Southern District:
Emma Allen, plaintiff, vs. Nathan
Allen, (lofendnnt. No. 648B.
J no tlcrondant, Nathan Allen, Is
wnrnctl to nppc.ir In this court In thir
ty dnys nnd nnswor tho complaint of
tho plaintiff, Emma Allen.
Witness thn linn. Ilnao.i TYiurnnnn.l
Judgo of said Court, and tho soal
wiereor, tins ytu tiny of Deccmbor,
f w. nAtritiir.T. ntnrr
(Seal) IJy W. S. CROCKETT,
l'littnrf i- Wnlknr nttnrnnva
Attorney for non-roHldcnt, W. V. lliw
FlrBt published Doc. 29, 1905.
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