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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WJiDNISD AY, NOVEMBER 10. 1880.
lurm tour souru.
TO KOTE THE EXTENT OF THE
PR0UBES9
rihe People ol the Oace Confederate
State. Mace the Daya of
Reconstruction.
theydeapieed xu. Now they come to
Well, peihspe it is bft to receive
them wiih tree Southern magnan
imity, end thai convince them thet m
we bve forgireu the past we can aluo
etnt our eyes as to the sordid motive
which prompts meir yrwu
even though that motive be garlanded
with boneyed worue anu (vtui B
p'rtore lanrimBre. J. T. mzaVAsr.
Noremuer n. iwo.
T tke Editoriofthe Appeal:
I bad tbi u'ht mjselt thoroughly
"recons ruutel" un.il I real your mli
irial nrton the proceed trip eouth-
w&rd o( roma of the membera of the
freat publishing Honsa of Harper &
trathers, of New Yoik. The name of
that book house stt me to thinking,
and the longer I thought the more
B4iis8ed I became that I needed a
gcoddeal cf cbaiity; indeed, thnt I
kid not yet forgotten, eye a if I bad
forgiven, the malice hkh that firm
o'nst0ntly displayed towards the
Southern people Irom 1860 until with
in a few yiara past. Sou harn men
on overlook and pardon much in
nrthrn Dolilicianp. For instance, I
have alaaya bad a kindly feeling
towards Blaiue because of the bold
and man'y stand he took on the side
of t a South when Lake Poland and
Duibiu Ward made their report to
Oonffrcta lonchinn thtir visit U Little
1-tk ta inquire inta the trouble in
Arkacsaa a ialng out o! the celebrated
RtAi Rixier airnvule for supremacy
in that Btate. Garland and Rope, of
Little Rock, had no cornered Grant,
who was ti.en President, as to get
ilm tn nrdKr old Joe Brooko to vacate
tt.a Hi.tnlinuse. where he had in-
tranrhmt hiiuftulf m'h his negro
treopg. Grant af erwtirds trio I ti get
W-nnlm re-ios'a'ed : hut the Poland
;-nrt wa too mrom ev n for Grant's
ocpoeit i n, a'jd my rejollect;on is thai
KiainB. who wai then Speaker, came
Jnwn on th? tli or of Iht House and
aJvca'ed tin- pdoj.ti n of that report
and ot the bill b "'it up n it. Where
wt Jlaryer't H erkly thin? Let its
pages jumwcr. From the beginning
of Hie war no rtfir-r raper or jonrnal
manifBcted half the Intolerant, bigoted
hatted eKainBt the South which JJarp
t'i Weekly constantly displayed. No
thnr nDr reaohed so many lireBliles;
.uhliehed such utncions fa'e
noils about the Southern people;
falsehoods generally illustrated by
s;rikiug plourea,
"TAttN DT HOB AKTIBTS ON THS SPOT
Again and pgain wire theie mali
c'.ons slanders repeated in a lanpuaxe
h!.ch all nations, creeds and colore,
educated and illitora o, could readily
comprehend; fir it was the lurguajia
of pictures, which so promptly and
powerfully appeals to all the pas.-iona
the eye can arous.', and which ueirroos,
Indiana. Indians, RusiiaiiH, Danes,
Germans, Ore ks and Turks under
lonil nt a ula'.cs and without no in
taroreter. llarvtr't Weekly constantly
hrouii'U'il mppoiud barbaritiea com
mitted by Sjuilieru people upon no
rroeB and CRptive Northern Bolitiora,
notil the stvries of Anders invilio went
around the world, and the boutn wn
ln iknil anion aa a land of demons.
iml what the motive? Was it
nolifical ambition? Was it a desire
for oflke'f N j, none ol these. It was
imply the greed fur the gold which
inch ca'umnirs would gather into
thtir already oveifljwing coffers. It
soranir from the debasing desire to
r tin wealth bv a systematic, persist
"t plan of traducing and slandering
luii1 nelirhbois.
And now, at this late day, when
Onr people do not need the sympathy
of U irper'i Wrtkly and can defy iU
lanilurs, the IUroers daem it a pru-
dnt DBeuliilion to eend a "coramis
alnn" down South, net ta riiht pftBt
wronjis and injustice, but to see if our
peoplo are as thoroughly "recon
trno'f d" as the North eupuoRes them
to be. Wore than twenty years have
passed away since Lee'a surrender;
and the Hjnth has bocn steadily nd
vanclng in everything, marking
the wonderful resources of a
Btrornr. self iolieut i cople. She can
stand alone now; and hundreds of
N ' horn meu aru coming South and
casting their lots with oura. The
Harpers are coming, too, and they
will sond hack glowing aocounls of
this famous Southland the land of
the oranue. the mntnolia and the jeS'
amine: and their picture langnxfre
will, as in wartimes, be both rapine
nd beatitiiul. Ttiey win nope, loo,
to irather thumainls of djllara as thu
Irolta of their present kind and chari
tabln visit S.iuth.
N 'W, contrast all thla ostentatious
ii. i.de with the conduct of Horace
lnueley in 1807. lie bad been the
oidire and ablest editor in all th
North, opposing sectssinn and tho do
mauds of the South. Hut, when tho
ar elided, ho knew that the recon
struction at .1 of Congress would send
among us thousands of worihlo:s ad
venturers who would mount ta place
and power through the votes of their
necro dnpej and allies, and who
would gut rich by pillaging a pooplo
already impoverished by the war. A
lew brief ytars milked to confirm
Gretlej s fonb 1iikb; lor every
Sjuthe'n paper told the ind'gnith's
and rrue't.es and opirefBiona in
flicted by thH0 Northura birds
of niey. Greoley did nut
wait for palace tars to take his ro
portsrs down to the South. Ilia
kind heart caiiRml him to come and
see for himself the sad ronditions of
oar veoulo. and what he eaw he
Iiaukly wrote back to Now York 2Vi
bunt. his great paper. His letters had
bo pictnre Illustrations, but they wore
republished in hundreds oi Noitheru
papers and road by millions of North
ern people, who had never before
seen or hratd the truth about the
South, but who knew that Gratloy
would tell the truth. Tho result was
a moet wonderful change of ieolinu
towards the South upon tho part cf
many Noithein papers and politicians;
but no char ge ii chronicled on the
part ol the Harpers. Ho great was the
popular change, that when Grant was
Boiii Datcd (or the l'rtni''ency in 1872,
Northern mm noiniaatod Greeley
ta bis opponent, for they
had begun to tire of Grant's
military rule. A leBiilt slid more
woudeiful was that, with all his mili
tary reputa'.mu, and all the patronage
at Ids disposal, CiMiit got at tenet 170,
000 ft wur lolnif volba in 1612 than
Greeley d d. The negroes, r.ot the
whiles, eieeti) 1 G auU
Horace GireU y's viait to the South
had made this thungu. Ho was at
the South when she Leedcd powerful
Irinndt. She wr.B then etruekdow i,
and Grilay was worth to her 1O0O
such uiou as the Harpers He whs a
friend indeed, because a ffiond in
need, and the South never forgot It.
Jay Gould was enother ench iiieud
when he sent 10,0(10 to Memphis to
help the auffoiora from yellow foyer
in 1878.
Can the Harpers show any Mich uu
stltith ratord is Greeley's? Did they
' have one kind word for tho South
when recoiiSt ruction was doing i'B
wurst? Let Jlawrr't Weekly BiiBer.
These men were the oldest and niot
hitter and nial'clovs hatets of cur peo'
pie in their years of deepest lium , hu
ll on and poverty, when kndneBS
would have betn moBt prised. Then
CBEMAI10X.
SPAREa CARLISLE'S SEAT
TO BE COX TESTED BY B. THOBE,
HIS OPP OJftST,
Who States That He Has Testimony
to Justify Him-Mr. Carlisle to
Bemove From Kentucky.
The rilimater ltllo and be
Permanent Kaeape From iee.
India kapouij. Ikd , November 9.
The State Board ot lleaiio, eccom-
lanied by two votennary aurguiiuB,
have gone to Clinton county today to
investigate the pleuro-pneumonia
there. Conareeeman-elect Cbendle
makes the following itatememoi me
condition cf things there: A lew
weeks ago a firm lu Unto snipped to
Frankfort 200 bead oi spring caives,
One hundred were sold in vunion
county, the balance to parties who
shipped them to Illinois. Pleuro
pneumonia eia in kkitbi.:u
anions thofe Bold in Clinton county.
Two were killed and a post mortem
held by Dr. Navln, State Veterinarian,
and Dr. Jd Colville, of Frankfort.
ThuM two innreons. and others who
witnessed it, are agreed npon
the disease. These gentlemen say,
nd both are good autboniy,
that every case must be latai; pom
are agreed, and sustained by the bett
authority in Kurope and America,
that the only eflectual remedy is to
kill and bum up ail oiseasBu auu ex
posed animals. It ia not safe to kill
and bury the cattle Indiana has no
statute law which meets the case. All
that chu be done under the law Is t3
qnaiantine the tliesused caine. iijis
will not prevent the spread of the
di-ease among healthy rattle. Under
these cirenmstances, our 8tat authori
tiej must make a precedent. We stand
f ice to face with a devastating cattle
scourge. Mr. uucauie rem ium "d
infected cattle ue Durneu, nio onm
au horiliea to depend up in tho Legis
lature f jr an lndoraemoni oi meir
course. . ,
The board held a eossion at nam
fort and examined the diseased cat le.
One of the beasts was anieu am a
peat mortem hold in tue presence oi
tho bjard. The members unite in
stating that tho dicease is contagious
and fa'al, and they recommend that
all diseased cattle be aineu ana ouroeu,
ami that farma where the cattle grata
i niiuraiitliied for ninety days, Three
farmers have already killed and burned
aixtv-aeven calves. Three new caees
were reporua toaay.
SENATORIAL COMMITTEE
On Vntlnrvalaalluna MarKl New
lilerehnnU' ApprnUfr NykUm.
Niw Ynnt. NovenihHr 9. A Wash
inotnn i nclal Bivs: 'Ihe members oi
the Senate Committee on Undervalua
tions weio notified at their last meet
ing that they would be convened here
early in November to take up the
thread of their inquiry and to eudav
or to coma to some conclusion as to a
report. So far as the committee iibs
i.r,,ed,t with it? iuQuirios they have
come to a substantial agreement that
the present eybtein of merchant ap
nmixara haa outer wa its usefulness,
und that the law auttmriiing their ap
mont should be repealed. The
committee is said to be unanimous on
this nubioct. Home very atari
linir abuses have been disco v-
l ai.
ered as tue result oi mn
ivatem. Keporta ol tne txiaience
j . . - . i . i
of lmoortera ririrs uavo uu uoou
ntmiiv wlihout founda'iou and mer
fhanta. in mlllV instances, luruuitu
this system havo practically Deen aoie
to tlx tlin vamea oi ineirown uui'uriH
tlona. But tho difliculty with the
committee has been to agree upon a
tlHfaetorv Bubttitute for the mer
chant appraieer system. The plan
which has boon most lavoreu is me
appointment of a pormanent appeal
board U appraisers 10 db auown uy
oms si)ecinc Sine, o culbim ui
twelve exiert pppralsers, at a salary
of SHOOti annuaitv. with tenure of of-
flp iliifinir o-mid behavior: the mem
bers to be appointed by the President
and continued By tne senate.
TUE TILTON TB1UEDT
Aud Wlml Una Biwoma tf the Prln
vipnl Artnra.
Philadelphia Timet: It is now near
lv a rcore of veais einca a comely
trriicutul woman Btood between the
Uea curtains that bhadt-d the window
of a lovolv home in Bret klyn watch'
inn a i lendor. dark haired man, who
turned to wave his hand before paw
ing out of sight. There was a smile
on both faces aa the hurrying feet of
tho nede.trian carried him around
corner, a d the woman leaned out the
window to watch his vanishing form
Two children nlaved about her feet.
and bo far aa the ordinary eye coald
see the houiie itaolf waa the abode of
rniitniitnient. if nut lovo. The dark
haired men was Theodore Tiltm, and
the woman, it is needless to add, was
his wile; but what home has under
gone a sadder and grea'er change in
the tame relentless time? Alter roam
Ino froMi nlace to place the
restive Tillon has settled do
iu PariB, where It is anrouneed that
he means to stay. In a lonely cham
ber of a Troteatant Convent, at New
aik, Mr?. Tilton Bit and eews from
dnv to dav. the flrrav light of Novem
ber falling npon her furrowed face and
lending an ashen color to her always
pallid cheeks. Of the little girls that
playd at her feet that September
niorniDgi.i Brooklyn, one, Florence,
is living a student's lifo in Switierland
nod the other has found a home among
friends in Chicago. They say that
Tilton expects to marry again, but the
rumor Is only a rumor. It is quite too
late lor h m to retrieve his former
errors wbntrver they were, and he
best serves himself by his dignified
Bilcnco. Fur the other parties to Ihe
great controversy perhaps the same
can aleo charitably be said. All the
elements of a tiaitedy are contained In
tho iffair, excepting the necessary
death, aud thnt ! mnre than equaled
by the ni hr, ken silence which at
liMat two ot the principals maintain.
An AKinrnnee at Incorruptible In-
tra-rity.
The presence of Gens. G. T. Beau-
repurd. of Louisiana, and Jobal A.
Karly, ol Virginia, at meurawinfj oi
the Louisiana State Lottery Company,
in entire rharue. is renardid ra a
auarautte of absolute fairne sj and in
tegrity. Any advertisement or ofler
to guarantee any partiality would ex
pose the cloven nooi oi trie swindler.
Keiuem ber that the next ittie lW'.llri
Grand Mnnth'y and the Extraordinary
Quarterly) drawing takes place on De
cember 14. h, when over half a million
of dollars will g) fly.inK ebmtthe
world, tryiug to fall into sunioons's
pocket. For any information addreai
M. A. Dauphin, Kew Orleans, La.
Sure you are right, go ahwadl
Tabh, November9. The Exscutlve
Commiitre of the Paris Exhibition has
granted 1,500,000 franci with which to
construct a tower 9ttt feet high.
Cinoimbati, O., November 9 The
Timet-Slar Btate upon authority of a
cloie friend of Mr. and Mis Carlisle
that they have bid rdieu to Kentucky
forever aa a f lace cf retidonce.
"Aniyou may fay furtbtr," said
the gentleman, "that upon their re
turn from Kns8 tbey wilt remain a
abort time the guests f Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Helm, oi Covington, previous
to going to Washington. You may
alas Bay that that will be the end of
their residence in Kentucky, ,and
thereafter their home will be with
their two Bona in Wicbito, Kas. Dj
you know that Mrs. Carlisle feels
much more keenly the manner in
which Kenton and Campbell coant es
treated her husband at tbe late elec
tion than her husband, and she ftave
expreeeioa to these feelings in public
on more than one occasion since tbe
election? On Thursday last she was
driven to the poetofflce in Newpoit,
and Col. Snence, whom ber hus
band ii dorcad f r postmaster, wes re
proached in not very miia terms lor
leaving Newport on tho day of elec
tion and iroinawi hot hers for a hunt."
Not only did Col. Spence, who owes
his office to (Speaker Carlisle, go nun;
ing on election day, but there was
another hunting PBrty nude up of a
number of bis old inenos. wot one
of them voted or tried to icfluenoa
anv one's vote. There was a number
cf Covington gentlemen who did the
same thing and they apparently did
it iiitnntionally. Later on the names
will be given, but it ia known that
Speaker and Mrs. Carlisle who are
furious over the matter will never
forgive nor recognise them again. It
must be remembered mat now tue
Oarliales have no home in Kentucky,
They have sold their houee in Cov-
ingt jn; tueir eons nave moveu to
Kansas and it would be merely a
nominal matter for the Speaker to
forever shake tbe dust of tbe dark
and bloody ground from off his feet,
as he has practically done it already,
Mr. Tbobe Threaten to Contest.
Cincinnati, O., Novemb; r 9. The
UmaStar Bays: The Hon. John G
Carlisle is not to be allowed to recline
on a bed of ros a yet awhile. It was a
terrible strain upon him, iho-e days
and niiiLts of doubt and anxiety be'
fore the official count was made. Many
who saw him during that time eaid
that he Beennd to have aged years in
that brief inter'm. Now it decidedly
looks aa thongh he will age cocaidera
bly more before Thobe, his competitor
for Congress in the Sixth Kentucky
Oongresrional District permits Lim to
foel that he is in all justice entitled to
that seat.
A 'l imet-Slar reporter climbed to the
sixth fetory of the Mitchell Furniture
Faotnrn this morning and found Mr,
Thobe busily at work at his desk. His
keen edg d tools oi various patterns
were lying about ready to bia band,
and tiny, curling shavings just freshly
cut from the fauclf ul designs traced In
the hard wood weie strewn about
Mr. Thobe nreeebted a neat appear
anoe. He was closely snaven ana nis
eve wts aa clear and briubt as a chl a s,
-ill L1 1 . t
mere was notmng oi uiBtrpauuu ur
worriment even in his features. It
would upset a good many men to de
lent Speaker uiiiibio, or come as near
that noint as Mr. Thobe haa done.
lUit not so him. He eeems to be of
varv practical, methodical turn ol
mind.
Are vou colon to contest, Mr,
Thobe?"
"f am."
' That means that you still claim
that vou are elected?"
" Yb, 1 do. But 1 non t no mis lor
myself. I am not seeking political no
tonotv. But we have enoutih evi
dence already in to justify us in claim
ing that Mr. Car it-le u not bouettly
elected, and that we will contest. At
a meeting of the Executive Committee
vesterdsy afternoon, it was unani
mniiHlv decided to so into a contest,
"Yon have genuine evidence of
frauds ?"
"We certainly have. Why in two
counties al no Carroll and Trimble
we are assured we can throw on abon
BOO votes, and add at leist fifty to my
own. Now, I want to tell you. All day
WeJneadav and Wednesday night we
cnu'.d not tot any rt turns from thoFO
very counties that are always to be
relied upon, especially when news
wis all favorable, as it ha? been to Mr,
Carlisle heretofore. The very fict ol
Hub delay was en-picioua. It looks as
though they must have known that
the vole wai close In thos f ouuties
and withheld them, as Mr. Carlisle ad
mi; tod for two days that he was de
feated." Mr. Thobe says he ia in possession
of facts that justify his course, and at
the proper time will adduce confirma
tory testimony.
Jamea a. Blaine, or Maine,
New Yobk. November 9. JamaG.
Blaine spent Saturday morning in Wall
ttreet attending to business ventures
iu which he is interested. He dined
with his rephew this efternoon. Mr.
Blaino's nephew, in talking about his
uncle said: "It has been said that
Mr. Blaine is here for political pur
posis. I know that he is not and that
he rains here to look after some of his
interests his investments. He hns
riot expressed any opinion about the
election in this city. I heird him say
the other day. meet DOB;tivily. that he
waj cut of politics and that he waa
not seeking the nomination for the
Presidency of the Republicans in
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MANUFACTURERS 01 FIE8T-CLAB8
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aud Plantation Work,
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VaiinrT 20O. 3d District, S. Y.
.......ii n rr.rila. H.J. niter.R.Miter, K, Campbell Co,
MOON 1 JOilJEB, Wholesale Agents,
TAVOLEON HILL. MICHAEL GAVIS, J. O- HAHUrYKflKSa
iOTJIS I HANAUER. THOMA8 BOYLE DAVID P. U A 1)DKN,
CaZARUSLBVY. JOHS W. COCHRAN, JAMES A. OMBERd.
1NDKEW RENKERT. SOL COLEMAN, EWD. OOLD8MITH.f
IAMKS 8. ROBINSON. fliAUWWrilUIO.
mr Deposits reaeiTed in lumi of ! and upward, and Intereit allowed on lame Beml- i
WeUbnT and ell looal Investment Bond and Seonrttlei generally, pay taien, Mt M'
trntoe, and, In general, execute any financial business requiring a safe ana retponilola
.ED;V .i..fta tn fy. mlf nti,Atiftni. An all nnrt. of Enrone. -f'
aw We have aoommodioua Vault for tbe deposit of valuables, wblob U at tbe lerrioe
onr onstomen. rre w. ,ur,,.
j). p. liADDES, PresIdenU EWD. GOLDSMITH, Vice-Preiddet. -
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IH 00TT0N 611
All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Seaworthy Vessels 0
Ginhouse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties.
121 and 126 POPLAR STREET. MEMPHIS.
D. W. FLY,
Late ot Commeroe, Mill.
t. B. HERKON,
Lata ol Coffeeville. Hill.
SAMHOBHON. .
Late of Brooki, Neely A Oo.
PLY. EEREOBJ & HOBBOI
OLESALE GROCERS
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Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
324 Front Street Memphis' Tenn. j
I B SIMS.rree't, EO. ABNOLD, V -Pre a t. W. H. KISSEDiT.Sen'y
CITIZENS I1SURA1GE
no.
DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
10" Country Stores, Dwelling and Olnhonse a Specialty.
I-Losses Adnted Promptly, and Paid t Memphia. j
1 ' .mmiiu TO 8. 1 1.EK). JOBBERS or
CigarsandTobacco
275 Main Street. Opp, Court Square, Memphis, Tenn,
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DIIUilOTOBB.
. WTT.TT1ERSON. GEO. ARNOLD. J. W. RICHARD80N.
W. P. T)T'NAVWT. T. B. WTM3. .
T. F. DUTPI5.
JOHN ABTHTBAD.
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