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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 188G.
LAWLESSNESS B LOJDOI.
ANOTHER GREAT MOB I!C
The Rioters Flnsllj Dimmed by
the Police After a Desperate
London, February 9. Fear are en'
teit lined that the riots of yesterday
Till be renewed to-day. This is what
could cat n rlly be expect id when the
immunity er joyed by the mob in its
notkof deatrutt on yesterday is con
siders:!. The police showed that tbey
were entirely powerless to rope with
tucha force is that with which they
were confronted yesteiday. In antici
pation of another demonstration to
day small c.owils of roughs have been
jioiirirjjf into Trafii'ictr Square from
different points of trie rity.aod at this
hour th crowd aiwmbled there num
bers fully three thousand. None of
the leader, however, of yesterday's
digtorlnsut'S have wade their appear
ance aa yet, and whttaer any pro
gia nD.e has been determined on for
another outbreak is not known. West
End to-day wears a holiday appear
ance. A general feeling of alarm and
insecurity is fait araonit tie resident
of that q aitr and most of the shops
re il)ted. Tradesmen are indicant
at the lack of protection anorded them
br the authorities and at the irnro'en-
cy of the police. No instructions have
been gi ven to the police as ti what
course to pursue in t'is event cf further
outrages by the moo, ana snopkeepers
iel that tht-y nru entirely unguarded
gainst the pillule and destruction of
their property. Tuonan it ia well
known who the leaders of the irob
were no arrest of any one connected
therewith Imve been made. Trades
men propose to send a petition to the
Home Ollice uciraaainx ti:m I ey be
sfforceJ protection from the depreda
tions of the moi.
SBUIOUS TRUDIILI FRKDICTSD.
llvndman, the president cf the
Democru'-ic Federation, disclaims any
responsibility for the actions of the
mob yesterday. lie predicts that
tronble of a very serious propoi t on
will ensue if the distress existing
among working people is not soon re
lieved. The men will not starve fir
ever, he sajs, and if the authorities
refuse to help them then they must
not be surprised if f irce is resorted to
to procure bread, muahs are taking
a 1 vantage of the fog to assemble in
various ratU of the Wert End. They
are bold and impudent. Due tang
attempted to stop the carriages of the
members of the nobility who were on
their v ay to St. James's Palace to at
tend a levee given by the Prince of
Wales. A force of police were on
hand, however, who drove back the
crowd and dispersed them.
ALARM BPRIADINO TO ALL PARTS OF
4 :30 P.iT.Bj 3 o'clock the mob at
Tiafalgar r-'qtmro was estimated t) be
10,000 ttrorjg. The majirily of this
great throng is composed of loalors
ml roughs of the wont clans. Large
number c f policemen are present but
their efloiti to loatrol the turbulence
of the mob lavs so far proved una' (til
ing. '1 hey have been unable to tit nr
the streets, and trallio is for the time
being brought to a stand-still. The
spirit of the mob to-day ia aggressive,
tvery carrUgH which happens to
come In reach cf the rioters is at once
enrronndtd and its occupants boMed,
hissed and insulted. During the
early part of the afternoon a gorgeous
f(uipiue wai driven mar the mob.
Fome one said the turnout was the
Lord Mayor's, and the rioters at once
made rush for it, seemingly deter
mined to tear the vehicle to pieces
and itiioip iti occupants to death.
The police, however, by a vigorous
charge, rescued the equipage and its
-orcnpsnt-i and got them to place of
tafety. The mob ut present is simply a
TKHIIND9VS MA8S OP UNDIRECTED HU
KotbJnp, it would seem, but the want
cf Borne popular loader, prevents the
mob from exerting its strength in
Jjojne organoid movement which
might bring shout the moat dis
astrous results. During the afternoon
the police charged tho mob twice, in
full force for the purpose of breaking
it up and driving them fioin Tiafalgnr
Square, but both eflorts wereabsolutcly
. futile. The mob would yield n lif.le
at the point of attack, but bulge out
'"In lome other direction, The police
could not surround it or break it.
Each failure if the police was greeted
by the vest assemblage with cries,
cheers acd yells. At this l;our, the
iibtars are gettiug eutnged at the fie
quent repitition cf lolice hostility.
'Ihe temper of the mob is Derceutihlv
rising. Thousands of men are pouring
down to thesieneaud nil the pave
ments in the vicinity of Trafalgar
Square are lined with excited men, the
rows on either side of the streets
beta no where less than six men
Till INCKKASINO OBAVITY OK TI1B SIT
UATION finally hirmed the authorities and
they put forth all their energies to
suppress the incipient riot. The police
force on dnty st Trnfulgur 8iuar win
-enormously increased and well pre
pared for a well dellned and exhaust
ive nault. Thin, altar a long etrug
gle, resulted In pushing the mob into
the eide streets, and thus splitting it
up. The police fallowed up their
work and drove each fragment of the
mob until its elements were driven
into the alleys and by-ways of the
town. Every prnaution ha? been
taken to prevent the re-pembling of
any mob. Many of the rioters have
been arrested. Some of these have
been tined and dim-barged; others
have been reminded for trial, while a
number have beeen sent meed to im-
prisonment for various terms ranging
from one to six months.
Sparling, a Hocialist lender, in an in
teiviewia relatioin tj the pait taken
by the Socialists in the demonstrations
.yesterday, rays that while he did not
approve tf r o'.iug, still he could riot
but rejoice at an event which tended
to show that Bocia'iimi in society was
insecure. In regard to the ,. ,
throwing at the (Jaibron (Jln';, l-f
ling said the nipmba's tl ti.;ii S.i.ity
had brought attack upon i'.i :r,;elMH
by appearing at the wimli nil n d
la'.isliiiig and jaering ut U.d mob. in
explanation ol therein'1! rrt:.t jiimu to
which a lady Lad beui juil j .tm l bv
tbe rioters, be said her virvd hail
been itipied biciuso the. lady was
lieard to older her coadimau to ''drive
oer those di-gs." The mob, Mr.
Kparling taid, slect'd ud attacked
ehops which exhibited the royal
C3IPLAIK8 CF THU rOLICK.
The Slarviard hopes that tho riot of
yeBterday will net induce the public
to withhold aid lrom deserving per
eons ont cf employment. It triiste
that means will be ' found to ana-go
It complains cf
The) NatlM lb Blanks f the Cart
Pi'BUW, February 9. Great Interest
is frit here as to the outcome of the
split in the Nationalist paity in the
support of candidates in tae Parlia
mentary cot t set in Ualway. Mr. Par
nell arrived here lat evening and to
day started f ,r Ualway to taka part in
the canvavi oi his nominee, Mr.
O'tihea. He was accompanied by
Mfwors. Thomas Power O'Conner,
Kelly, Sextin, Deasy and Campbell,
members of Parliament. Fifty Irish
members of Parliament have signed
an appeal to the electors of Galway
asking them to uphold Mr. Parnell's
nominee. Mr. 11 fair, who ltads the
opposition to the election of Mr
O'tihea. and who urgei the return of
Mr. L)nch, claims to Lave eighteen
followers smons the Iritth members.
Mr. Pumell was interviewed before he
It f: Dublin in relation to the disagree
ment over the nominat on of Mr.
O'tihea. He said he did not a'tith
acv importance to the incident and
bad no fear hat it would'cause a per
manent iDiiiUerenc among tue mem
bers of bis oarly. If bis party tad de
sired to hold conference to consider
the Ualway trouble hewould willingly
have consented to aoitui toe matter in
that way. He anticipated fiat he
could easily smooth the threatened
split in such a manner thai Mr. Healy
would be restored to his position in
the paity. while at the same time Mr.
O'Shea would be returned to I'ai I la
ment as the pai t y s member from Gal
way, tn fill the vacancy occasioned by
Mr. O'Conner's election to ait for
When Messrs. Parnell.O'Oonnerand
O'Brien arrived at Galway tbey were
met by a mob who jostled the Irish
leaders and cried,"Tj hell with O'She a
and Parnell." Mr. Healy, who had
arrived some time previously, hurried
to the scene and, pushing his way
through the crowd, said he would
break the head of any nun who dared
to Insult Mr. Parnell. This restored
order fir the time. During the gen
eral meeting held to take a tion on
thecaavau, Mr. Lynch ma lea speech
In which he said that Mr. Pumell had
iv. td like a traitor t) Galway in Im
porting Capt. O'Shea as the Parlia
mentary candidate of the city, when
it bad plenty of good native material.
Lynch added that a't'jongh Parnell
wai a great man, Ireland had made
him. This remark stirred the factions
present inti wild excitement. Mr.
Parnell then Invited Mr. Lynch to a
quiet lulk, and the conversation was
rot long over bef trn Mr. Lynch said
he had decidod, at Mr. Parnell's re
quest, to withdraw from the Galway
Tne Uvrraanlalna of Poland.
Bkrlin, February 0. Prince Bis
marck, at a council of Minittjrs -yesterday,
di-tcussed the subject cf the
Germsniz'ng c f Po and. He said the
foveroment would soon introduce
nto the Diet measures cf grants to
farmers, teachers and to theaters; aleo
a bill to establish a Herman university
at Pon. The government bill for col
oaixlug Prussian foland with German
ettlers, who are to replace the exiled
Poles, provides for 100,000,001) marks
to defray the expenses of the coloni
zation. It ilv) names the Ministers t l
regulate the afl'aira of the newly-populated
territory, one half Ihe members
rf both chambers of the Diet assist
ing. tinmboll Caplnrvil by an American
London, February 0. It is an
nounced at Cannes that Earl Oairnea,
formerly Lord Gnrmoyle and the de
fendant in the Fortesqne breach of
promise case, 1b ongaged to Miaa.Gruat,
aa American iniv.
OLIVE BUANCH, MISS.
How fha Mt., II. A. Railroad Hurt
OORSISrOHDHCI Of TBI ArriAL.l
Olivs Brancu. Miss.. February !).
It is useless to write ot the weather,
because we have all had weather
enough. I think wo will have
teed enough left to last till
' credit opens." Cotton about all Bold :
all thet is on band is being stored
away for mads to get gyod, the paities
doming itermtuea ntt to suip on tne
railroad since they buve put the
freight from 75 cents t) (1 per bale as
the roads get bad. I doa'LJcnow any
thing about railroading, but I think
the Memphis, Birmingham A Atlantic
lost money by this change; the to'.ton
they haul oil don't amount to bo
much as what they bring back. It is
an every-day occurrence to see wagons
coming in heavily leaded with freight.
Our po'.its agent tells me thai, there
wai a big tall cu In shipment (or
lour Uwneman, Winter I'arker,
came out on Monday last to
have a big hunt and swap
dogs with It. P. McCongo, and
imagine his surprise and displeasure
on Tuesday morning when the snow
began to fall, but he would not be out
done, hunted all day and found out
that the dog he came after wni the
beat In Mississippi. We don't object
to, and are g al to have your sports
men come and hunt with us, hut we
do Berionsly object to them carrying
oll'such do 8 and "Lundee." jay.
Horse Ainicteil With Hydrophobia.
Omaha, Nin, February 0, The city
veterinarian has just returned from sn
ollicial visit to Kearney, Neb., wheie
he was called in the absence of the
Slfli veterinarian, to a' tend a peculiar
malady which had appeared iu a herd
of horses nt that place. About three
weeks ago three shippers of that place
received a c iirload of good horses from
Illinois. There were all good stock,
and procured paitly for dia't and part
ly for Blockers. Shortly after the
horses arrived in Kearney one of them
was taken ill. The symptims were so
peculiar that they pur.zled the Kearney
horseman. Soon two more animals
were taken the same way, uud li t r
three more, making bix in all. After
a few days the horses began to die,
and four of the number dropped cff.
The dector Bays that the horses were
BiUltring from hydrophobia. They
showed every tymptoin of the dread
disease, and must have been bitten by
some um 1 dog. He had known of
piirh cases before, and had treated one
i'l iew York.
Kltuilroiia Klre at l.mlnictoH, Mo.
Lexisoton, Mo., February 0. A
il'iHiWiroua fire orinlnated in this city
iiwt night at about K o'clock in tho millinery-moms
of Mrs. M. F. Trice,
isnsed by the explosion of a coal-oil
lump. Mrs. Price oecupiei the roDras
oin ihretj-Btory brick building, which
is eiiuated iu tho mott substantially
bui.t put tf the city. The fire soon
spread io the adjoining buildings on
either side ami tit midnight was etill
lajing, having in that time taused a
loss oi ?:i,",0(H).
Prodnro Kaporla at Sw York.
Nkw Yokk, February 9. The tota
expoits of pio.lnce lrom this port dur-
ing the peat wt
eck were valued at f.:,-
the Socialitt leaders,
CO-EDUCATION OF RACES
13 TUE THEORY THAT DR. SATO
IS IXSIDIOULT 1EACHIN0.
A Careful and Candid Rerlew of II U
Pamphlet,Bnllding for the Chil
dren of the South."
To tha Editon of th Add! :
Piaa Bilpp, Ark., February G.
The circulir issued from the Bureau
of Education in the Department of the
interior, entitled, "ttuildioa lor the
Children cf the couth," contains many
excelled sentiments w hicu every true
Southerner will heaitily indorse. In
my opinion, it also advances idea,
c'osely veiled, which are obnoxious to
the northern people. Dr. Mayo is an
enthusiastic friend of pnp.ilar educa
tion, ir-d in season and out of suiscn
hu takes occasion to itive ntteiaace to
his views in regard thereto. He
knows, as every inte. ILent man knows,
that the S:te school systems in the
South provide f jr the eeparu'e edu
cation i f the races. What does that
siunify? Our constitutions and our
laws tblen tKl what Dr. Mayo and the
political party with which he aliiliatsa
called "a relio of barbarian)." Tbe
unceadng agitation finally resulted in
the overthrow of the great domestic
institution. The law was to barrier.
The great argumsnt was the social and
political equality of ail men. Toe old
abi litionltt, so far as I know, has
mule no recanUtioa tf his doctrines.
The mingling of tie races la the pub
lic schools is the sequence of the ultra
doctrines of those who have slways
advocated "negro equality." We must
not expect in tbe beginning p'ain and
positive language on this subject.
Law, and public opinion, which
is nothing but nnformulatsd
law, are against it. First comes'the
insinuation; then a query, asking
thought; and finally a bold dec'nration
of the particular principle. This is
the way resolutions in public senti
ment are wrought. Dr. Mayo, in my
bumble opinion of a tempting to edu
cate tbe people down into bis ways of
thinking and feeling. I think I see
the handwriting on the wall. In July,
1H84, 1 bad the pleasure tf hearing Dr.
Mayo deliver a sermon before tbe
National Educa"onal Association ut
Madison, Wis. It was in the hall of
the House of Representatives, and
quite 1000 recple were present. His
text was given from theProphet Isaiah ;
it read thus: "And a little child
shall h ai them." The pathos and the
balhot ol the sermon was tbe negro,
and the applause that greet 3d him
was impressive, whenever he epoke cf
this subjsct. But tbe house was
tumultously enthusiastic when he
reached the climax by saying, "And
this was the flueky hand of a little
ro'ored child." A prominent Repub
lican of this city, a Noithern mat and
one ot the oiu school of Horace
Greeley, said to me in reference to this
cireu'ar, "Building for the children
f the South:" "You are rmbt, and
standing as I do, on my own ride of
the fence, in the ranks of the Repub
lican I arty, I'm prepared l tee bttter
thai you do, and I krovy you are
light iu your interpretation."
The charge that Dr. Mayo mors the
miiingof races in the public schools
was made over a year ago. He has
never disclaimed the inference which
has been drawn from this circular. If
he was in favor of the Anglo-Sjxon
race in one schoil and of the negro
race in another, nnmiBtskably and un
alterably so, nothing could have been
easier than to disavow and repudiate
the charge alleged against bim. He
has not dene bo. Mow can it be said
that he does net mean what his lun
gueg implies? Words are the signs
ol lueas. Language Is ttie vehicle cf
thought, and in the absence of any ex-
plinn'ion I am forced to believe tnat
Dr. Mayo means what he saya. Ha is
a sincere man. His sincerity is kltb
and kin to the prevailing sentiment of
bis native locality. In Busloa the
black urchin sits upon the came seat
with the white boy. It is reasonable
to in f ar that it is under the sanction
of this prominent pductjr, who is a
man of ereat influence at home. It is
also .-easonable to believe that he de
sires the whole country to do as Bos
ton does. His practice at home throws
a tl)od o! light on the theories
he promuhatss abroad. Tbe fol
lowing extract from this circular,
"Building for the Children cf the
f-outh," is on pnge 1 : "And here the
church of every communion has a
field tf operation so broad and ex
acting that it may well limit its efforts
to w) ut it never can half include, and
provoke ro conflict with the people
on that field, where the people are
bound to have their way whoaver
goes to the wa'l; the maintenance ut
public expanse of the tree elementary
schoo', open to every chill, unsen
t.uiim in religion, though piotoundly
moial and religious in the grain, nn
partisan in politics, knowing nodis
linclion of race or sex or social condi
tion, the people's university of Ameri
can citizenship, for every American
Does this language mean what it
implies? Da we not find its Interpre
tation in many cities of New Eng
land ? If these words mean anything,
they mean the joint education of the
Bexes, the joiut education of the races.
On pa ire 13 cf this same circular we
6nd the folbwiug words: "It is prac
ticable in towns or cities of 1000 peor
pie t J orgnniza a class of the superior
students of both races, especially for
training in the art of teaching; and
this is impoittnt in towns ''"
there is no good academy for bo . a o
It' is relation to this x
tract that tho ArruM. i- ., .
that Dr. Mayo does net it e..u
what hie language implies. How docs
the A ppkal know? The only crite
rion 1 have for judging of a man's
opinious is tV.e language he employs
(or expressing them. Dr. Majo says
that the eo-eduoitio.i of the tuperlor
etiulents cf bnth races in a tonnul
si'liool is ptu ticahlo in a tiwn popu
lation ot 10,(100 inhabitants. Is there
aoy ambiguity, pi.ttjnt or latent, in
tin', declaration? Dr. Mayo knows
the meaning of language, and cherish
ing, as he does, an innate love for "the
maa and the brother," be uses bin
gnnie for the latter'a eleva'ion. The
Aitbal is opposed to educational
BinalgKiiiht.on ; bo in every true man
end woman in tho Smth. Bat public
opinion may change iu the course of
tiuip, juet as it bus on other n'lestioiid,
acd we deem it our duty to protest
iiiAinst the "sbomiunhlB sentiment,"
for the bent lit id posterity. Anew
generation, of men and women are
now on the plaifjrm cf lifj since the
.South went dow n in the "blood-red
burial of bttle." The veterans c f the
great tragedy, few in number now, are
moling toot-sore and weary acrofa the
arid Bands. The new lifo knows the
coiored man; the old life knows tbe
negro. The two decades between the
nigio Blave and tho ci lured Aniericau
citixm have It ft quite different
ttoiigLts on the yonuger lite. Lt us
put np the bulaurks against the ad
vancing sentiment that would de$tioy
them. pi-ns bluff.
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supply their wanu at raie retly to thtir advaniaxe.
Mim puis. FVhrnMrv 1. IrtMl W. I. 'fcTlQWKI.T,. RHpivcr.
J. W. PrHORR,
. If AKVFACTVREBS
Filsener Beer in Kegs and Bottles.
Only Pure Cbrjttal Well Water Used for Brewing Purposes.
S. W. Corner ISutler and Tennessee Stf,
No. 297 Second Street, : STempIiIs, Tenn,
JOHN RE ID.
37G-378-380-3S2-a84-ati( econd street, south ol Oayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles,
Monldlnir, I.atbn, Cedar PohIi and FIchflH.
And Commission Merchants,
SGtand 22 Front St.. ?remnliii, Tenr.
R. LCOCHRAN &Co
5 iSfiiSapl' P
AW AHO PLANUS W-I3II.L, BiVME'l
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Posts.
MEMPHIS, - . - TEtfNESSJSK.
J. T. FARQAS0N. J. A. DUST. C. C.
tf a. AA U.i li V V AAAxl IX m A X
I. T. FARGASOM
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
S68 Front Street, Memphis, Ten a.
Cotton consigned t un will have our Rftreful attnntion. We carry at all times a well
selected stock Oi
Staplo & Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liqucrsjcb&cco &. Cip ra;
SLEDGE BROS., of Como, Miss.
No. 365 Front Street-
ffl H WEh A IF O
t& mli Advnnoos to Mercliwntw anil Planters.
BEINLY LAND SIDE CUTTER PLOWS. I
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEHENTS.JScEOS & FERTILIZERS.
R.G.CRAIG&CO ,37-39Dnion, Memphis
1. H, COOVER & CO.
Liter Yard li Plaiii 111.
Doors, Sash, BIliuls, IH'ouiaiiiRa, nil kind of Door and
lVindoi Frames, Bracket's Ntroll-Work, Itough and
Dreased I.uuiber, Shlogleis Lattbs, lVaier Tank.
All kinds ot Wood Work Executed at Short Xolice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Wasliington St. Mcmpliis. Tftun.
Scc'j and Trek3
T THE CELEBHATKD
S. P. VOWIUtE.
K. E. LKK.
HEIN. R. A. PARKER. K. L. WOODSON
F. JS. K0SFLEET, Resident Partner.
- MemoMa'' Tennessee