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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1886.
THE GREAT ILULR01DM
BOXIE, DIES AT HIS RESIDEM'E
IN JiEW lOhk',
After Talnfol Illness of Some
Booth-A Gnat Lots to Amer
Kiw York, November 23. Mr. II.
M. Hone died at 2:30 o'clock this
mornirg at h!a rooms in the Me'r.i
politan 0,era House. The cause of
bis death was tihaas'ion conpeqient
on an optration pe' firmed on him
atSaratoxa in Jnnelast bj removing
stones from Lis bladder, lie bas also
offered from kidney diseasa for the
last thirty five years. He had been
very weik for tbe last seven days,
bat his doctors had great hopes of bis
recovery. The pa' ient began to sick
rapidly at 6 o'clock last evening but
was conscious to tbe last. Mrs, lioxie
and Capt. Hayes were with him when
he txplrea. Shottly after the troubles
on the A abash system of railroads
and the Southwestern roads last May
Mr. Hoxie began to complain of
pains in bis loins. Finally he became
ao much worse that he was compelled
to give up his work and take a mucn
needed rest. The trouble with the
strikers troub d him very much. He
left St. Louis in the latter part of May
and came East to Saratoga. After
consulting with a physicist, he
concluded to have the operation
performed which resulted in
his death. . After the operation Mr.
lioxie was relieved and felt better for
a time than he had for years. He
hoped that by taking a rest he would
regain his health entirely. Mr. Hoxie,
in company with bis wile, took a trip
to Montreal In August, From there
they went to Quebec and the White
mountains. He came to Mew York
September lOtb, and took apartments
in the Broadway Has in the Metro
politan Opera House block. He be
came ill. His pbysloians, Drs. Met
calfe and Ward, were called. He was
till wrak from tbe effects of tbe
operation. Any excitement was dele
terious. He failed rapidly, but suf
fered little end bad hopts that hs
would be able soon to attend a meet
ing of tbe managers of the South
western system. Mrs. Hoxie and
Cait Hsyea were with blm continu
ally. Friday Mr. Hoxie was able to sit up
lor a short time, and had tbe newspa
pers read to him. Yesterday he re
ceived several Mends in the morning,
and talked with his wife about basi
nets affairs. At 6 o'clock in tbe even
ing be complained of feeling weak,
and he stated (hit he thought he was
solos? to die. Mr. Uoxie's physician,
Dr. Metcalfe, said today that his p
tlnnt had a wonderful wili power and
fought bravely against deith. If he
bad been a younger man with a strong
constitution lie wouia nave uvea.
There will be no funeral services In
this city. The body will, be embalmed
and taken to Des Moines, la., tomor
row and the funeral services will be
held on Saturday. Mr. Hoxie had a
on who is buried in the family plot
In the coinetery at Des Moines, and
before be died he txprersed a wish
that be should os buried by the side
of his child.
W. 8. Lilly, one of the foremost
tihlloeuhlcal thinkers and writers of
England,, has prepared for the De
cember number ol 37w Forum an artl
ele which is likely to command wide
attention, on "The Present Outlook
for Christianity." Ho holds that the
belief of Christendom stands sbao-
lntely Intact and unassailable from the
point ol view ol science,
The conductors of Scienoe announce
that, beginning November 20, 1886,
thetnoDlement of every fourth num
ber of bcienot (weekly) will be devoted
to education and pedagogics. These
numbers (13 each year) will be re
printed as a separate ecientiflo and
educational lournal to bs called
bmenee and Education. The new jour
nal thus formed will bs complete in
itself, and furnUhed to subscribers for
f 1 60 a year,
Tub managers of Lipvincott'i Maaa
tiit have paid Miss Koae Elisabeth
Cleveland $000 for a narrative poem of
4UU lines, winch will appear in me
January number of their monthly
It is called "l'ho Dilemma of the
Nineieonth Century." aud treat ol
the woman question from a satirical
point of vluw. Hie meter is some
thing similar to that of Don Jusn,
and the poem in iai! by those who
have read it to be full of snap and g.
Karma, a novel, by A. P. Sinuet'.
Mr. Sinnett is the rtcogniz'd apottle
in England ol Jiolmc liuddhiim and
rands high in the councils of the
famous of the Theosoph ral Hocitty.nf
which Ool. Olcott. who is de'erihd
by Moncure D. Oouway a "WinK
around on richly caparisoned ele-
hant the guest ol RUM.' t , ami
Ira. Blavstsky, cl 7i.iiu lirothm
notoriety, are t! leading spirits.
Karma is the M'eet production, and
on its reonr appearance in England
created 4tto a turore. It la intended
to iihisttate the priuriple called by the
Jjuddblsts "Karma." This laat is a
Sanskrit word, which is thus doSncd
by Mr. Sinnett tiimnoU in KtoUrk
ISuddhiim: "Kaima is a collective ex
pression applied to I hat complex group
of atlinltiea f jr good and evil, gener
ated by a human being during Ufa,
and the character of wliion inheres in
the molecules of his fifth principle all
through tbe interval which elapses be
tween his death from one objective
life snd bis birth into the next. Tbe
novel is strongly and well written and
is intensely interesting, whether re
garded from the standpoint of mots-
Crsical speculation or merely as a
No book that has reached os in
many yeas hai proven si attractive
as The Rrminiefncet of Sixty Ytar$ in
the national ilttmpolie, by lien: lVrley
Poore, the oldest prets correspondent
in Wsshlngton. Tbe title tells in a
few well choeen words the richness of
tbe store that awaita the reader in the
well written paiea. Sixty years in
Washington carries as back to the
year 1820, when the nation was In its
penitence. It embraces the most
stormy periods in our political his
tory, and covers nearly the whole ca
reer of tbe great triumvirate Cal.
houo, Webster and Clay. Jackson
was beginning to make himself f A,
snd was preparing to ensounter tbe
Nallifisrs, who made the second at
tempt at secession, following af er
the New Eoglnd "Blue Limits" of
1812. AU this and more Is
treated of In Mr. Poore's skstchy
and entertaining way, interrpeittx
with bits of pttreonal gosip aud ar
tistie touches that, lightening (lie
color, lets us Into the secret of the
toilets of the lime and the changes
that laark the wide divergence be
tween the dress of these dns and
thow of our grandfathers. Nothing
escapes this charming chronicler, wbo,
though past bis three score years and
ten, writes with all tbe freshness of
youth. One wbo knows him well says
that "the amount of labor that Maj.
Poor has crowded into his life miy
well excite wonder. He has b en a
printer and a m.mbfr of the diplo
matic rervice; a eo'reeponilent aa an
author thronghont his whole career ; a
a aoldier during a portl m ol the war,
and a public servaot for many years;
a historical investigator to a consider
able eit nt, and a r rofound student of
a special branch of law, to say noth
ing of his general scquirements in
that dor art meat of study, while in ag
riculture his experiments have made
him a distirguished authoil y." Just
ice Holman, i this city, is ajext for
tbe sale of these "Reminiscences,'
which are sold only by subscription.
LlKCOLK AS BOMMKH, f-UBVITOB AND
Politioiak is the title of the r-ecsnd
installment of the author! d life of
Lincoln, which wi'l appear in th De
cember Century. This porlinn of the
history contains further details of
Lincoln's life at New Salem; a de
ecrlption of tbe voyage of the Talis
man; a full account of Lincoln's ex
periences in tbe Black Hawk war;
Lincoln's nnsuccesifal csnva;s for the
Legiala ure; his experiences as store
keeper and postmaster as well aa sur
veyor; his subsequent Legislative ex
perience; his first meeting with
Htenhen A. Douulai : the description
of the Bedlam legislation in I linois in
1836 37. in which the youthful Lin
coln took part; and the Lincoln-Stone
protest, rue illustrations mciuue,
among other things, a picture of the
cabin where Lincoln's lather died ; a
portrait of Menton Graham, the
schoolmaster; a lac simile of Lincoln
exerclss book ; a portrait of Ebeniaar
Peck; the Indian chief, iliac nawa;
the, Han. O. H. Browning: Judge
Stephen T. Logan; Elijah P. Loveioy;
and tbe clon. Jonn j. Biuari. more
are aleo a number of fao similes of In-
tereatioa' documents, among them a
road survey in the autograph of Lin
Tbb November number closes tVa
eighth volume of The American Anti
quarian. It is one of the beet printed
linmbera that hag appeared, and con
tains some expensive cuts, especially
the engraving of "Apache Banners"
taken from a photograph. An inter
.1 on Ilia "Phnnotln VAm.
mems in the Writing of the Mayas
and Mexicans," by Dr. D. O. Brlnton,
la 111 nut rated with thirteen wood cut'
"The Orialn and Antlauitr of the Iro
quois," by the Rev. W. M. Bsauohsmp,
is also valuable, as it gives some naw
iac's. Among the. new dlfcnveiies
mentioned ere the following: Kimsn
Coins in Ojhkoab." "Human FoDt-
nrinm in S ill J Rock in Nicaragua,
snd "An Ancient Wall in Wisconsin."
An editorial upon the Lost Mho" dis
Rmtnea the noint as to where Father
Menard, the Jesuit missionary, lost
bis way and perished in the wilder
nesa. The associate editors Keep up
with the proofless of sic. icoiogical
study in all paits of the world, and
their notes bring out many interest
log facts. Tbe book reviews also rep
resent the cuirentliteralure in the
line c,f arctu'ologf. The msgnsine has
long been regarded as authority, and
and his came to be etsentisl to all
tboe wbo would keep informed on
arrliu'olouv in its various departments.
Published by Jr. a. Kevsn, unirairo,
III. Pries $4 per year. Stephen D,
Peet, editor, Clinton, Wis.
Thb fourth volume of Alden'a Cy
clopedia of Universal Literature is
crtainly a work of extraordinary
nopular interest, and it would bs
very strange f at its low price it
ahiuld not receive an immense circa
lation. Though it is to extend proba
hlr to fifteen vo'nmes. and will in
elude representative selections (with
blogiaph'cai sketches) from nearly
20U0OI the most famooa authors if
the world, of all ages and all cations,
yet it is easily within the reach of
any one able to invest bs small a sum
as 10 cents a week
Th fnnrth TnJnmi of thll ZMtltnt OFOlo
M.lin ! tba rlohrl. io tut. It S' from
"Oahla to Oluka. For oui reuon, known
only to OnUoo nd othtr earioaa wriun,
tn lttr u apirnvi7 inonuu Usui
Ul. liar w Anil luch rwals at Cwdioon
l .Mimn. flalllmx-kui. Caiaoanf. Cainnbol
and Ohatterton; waiintao to luoh prtaoharl
$200,0OO-A Brutal Hoi-baud-The
AuarchlKls-A Family I'uMned
-Old Man Wbecler.
infancy and was Just recovering fiom
i euecta ol the second war for lnde-
Pl mn. rhrvanitnin anil Chauln l Car-
Ivla and Clarendon ilifnuU for the honari of
kutnrv, (alvln BMrl tha Dal in of the inflom
.rkhia thitolnvian. altliouiih Chaerer. Obi)
llnj.rtlt. (?h&nnif and Kreainan Clarke
are bis neur neiehbors, and Oloaro bean off
the palm for oratory, while (Jaitoa aeta ap
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liases aflor, Cerranlei launrhe the Immortal
Ihm (Juixul: This la a de'ightlol volume.
with oinetlilni In It to au.lt ererr uita
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ilnnnii nt thll raluab'e
work li lullr malntulnfd in the roluine jat
tw.j Tk. ... . r .1. . .. Mhaiineia of tkla
.,1 ii,m 'haa nlanad it within the reaoh of
many who axo overjnyed t oatl uoh a work
llietr own. imionum, i-.".,u,
Th nnnt Ynlumo has eluh ty lubleoll
iif whom twenty ar Atnerloan, wnlrh rhowa
th Biinntinn bIiiii to Amerioan literature.
The uiidertttk'" akould reoelre the niiort
of eraty ore iiviuk oookaioi lor reiorono
to author! and the Tivorof the treat pub
1m. th " inoina ol It nan secure lit
.,n.il vie of the world I literature. In
M'bt, Motion, ilnu
The above are examples of the g od
opinions eipre'Snl on every lund
Further description, alsu the publish
er's Urge dcsciiptive catalogue of
standard books, may be had free on
application to John B. Alden, pub
lisher, 3t)3 iVatl street, Naw York
Tub graohlo story of the origin, rise
and growth, and the decline and fall
of the Knights Templar, tbe famous
military aud religious ordt-r, haa
hardly its paral'el in ail history. Of
modern historians, ths author of this
sketch, James Anthony Froude, is,
pronaoiy better than any other, quail
fldto tell it io a manner worthy of
the theme, l he celebrated order was
established In 1117 for the purpose of
keeping open, lor pilgrims, tbe rosd
between tbe seanori ol Acre and Jem
sa'em. It consisted originally of ih
nine French knights of noble birth
who assumed the appellation of "The
roor mothers in tjiiiisf. they ton
upon themselves vows of poveity and
ol chastity, and ot unatieettontng obe
diencs to the Patriarch of Jerusalem
and to the knight whom they should
cho se ss their Grand Mattr. The
order soon grew into the most im
portent one in Cbrittand.im
having immense pofsesslons in
nearly every kingdom in Europe,
even after their final expulsion from
Palestine bv the Saracens In 1280,
The story of the jealous? which i prnn
up auainst the order among the Ku
ropean sovereigns the Pope included
is told in sntlicient detail. Perhaps
the most Interesting chapters are those
wmcn te'i oi tne at net and trial oi tn
French Templars in 1307: their cm
demnstlon and the burning at the
stake, in 1314, of Jacques ds Morlay
their last Grand Master. The hlstari.
cal sketch above referred tJ has re
cently been published In a series of
articles in The Library Jfiijorirw, and
is now isued in a very neat cloth
bmnd volume at the nice of 25 cents.
boil that and 77ie Library ilagagine
being published by John B. Allien, of
New Yoik wliiib accounts for the
low price; Issued by any other housa
tbe ccst won d ntoahiv b l or more
1000 t'oerra Mlrlk.
Cincinnati, O., November 23.
About 10U0 coopers ate out on
sttike here, demanding an advance in
tbe scale of wages of from 10 to 1!5 per
cant. The outlook promises a long
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TREASURER OP A RIILWAY
COmrANT EMBEZZLES ,
Boston, Mass., November 23.
This mrrning Mr. R-ed, treasurer
ol tbe Bouth Bston Hoise Railroad
Company, was arrested on the charge
emtv azliag 1UJ,UUU in csan auu
00,000 in an over issue of s'ock of
the company. It is chargea mat tne
embtxzlement bes been going on for
tbe pist five or six years. Reed bas
been treasurer ol the company tan
years and has always been trutted
with all tbe mnos. ne wrs rreu:u
his borne in Bout a tsosiou oy
Chief Police Inspector Hansom and
Police Inspector Houghton. He re
fused to ssy anything in regard to the
accusation against him. Mr. Reed, in
addition to his treasurershlp of the
railroad company, has been lor some
time engsged aa a broker at No. 53
v. 1 ' -1 L nPa.A an.nlni tf
uevoneuiie nireov. iui wv""
the railroad on September sum was
Btat.Mi at 169,969.
At a privats bearing Deiore me raa
nicipal Court, Reed was held in S5000
bail lor uia appearance ueiure iuo su
perior Court in tbe December term.
Reed did business SB a stoc k broker
on Devonshire street, and it is stated
that tbe funds of tbe railroad com
pany became bo mixed up with his
own business it was impossible to tell
at present just how his account
stands. . . ,
Titrr. Facta show that tbe total
amount emb tzed is about $104,000, of
which t34.50D ia overissue ol stock.
Reed baa confessed to the police and
turned over all hla property to the
dliectora of the company.
RMDooalble for the) Workman's
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AUM la a.a. A., .vwava -
Dnnrt of Anneals has confirmed the
udgment ot tne conn Deiow in tne
case ot vuiitienseiK, ine new i or a.
builder convicted of manslaughter,
having been held responsible for tbe
death of a workman employed on a
row of bni Id cars which fell wlille la
course of erection nnder his supervi
A Brutal Haikand
Detroit, Mien., November 23. An
Evening Journal til. Ignace (Mich.)
special Bays: J.bn Connors, a Diacav
smi.h. has been in tbe habit of abuS'
ing his wife snd five children.recently
going eo far ss to try to set fire to the
house while his wife was in it suffer
ing from his blows. The fami y were
nearly starved. This morning sirs
Connors died from tbe effects of the
harsh treatment, and much excitement
has resulted. There is talk ot lynch
Old Haa Wheeler Hound Over.
Oi.xvland. O.. November 23.
This morning Judge Hulcbins bound
old man Wheelerover to the Common
Pless Court, without bail, far tbe mur
der of bis wife. Wheeler is 81 years
old and his wife was 87. They bad
lived here half a century, and eacn
was woith $200 000. Mrs. Wheeler
waa strangled to death on tbe night of
the 12th inst. Wheeler claims that
two robbers were tbe murderers.
Oat ef Dwaicer.
SpRiNorisLD. Mass , November 23.
Three doctors weie tn attendance
until 10 o'olock la a night upon tbe
members of tbe Perkins Unitiy wbo
were Doisoned by drinking tea cm
tainiog Rough on Rats, which, it is
supposed, was placed in it by some
person wbo naa De n aiBcnargpu irom
tbe silk mills of which L. U. Perkins
is superintendent. At that hour the
physicians pronounced an tne iamuy
to b out of dinger. The matter has
created great excitement, and two po
lice officers have been aetauea to wore
up the case. No clew has yet been
discovered that is likely to lead to the
arrest of tbs re "petrstors of the das
tardly attempt at wbt 1 sale poisoning.
Two Nttlnale Haksra From Hnike.
Chas. J. Herrmann, tbe bolder of
one fifth ul the first prise, ticket No.
20,412, coding fl.diaairg $75,000 in
the Louidlnna H ate lottery, anu nis
employer, William 11. Brown, presi
dent of the Lewis L. Arms Shingle
aul Lumber Company, at Muskeg'in,
Mich., visited the company. They
were politely received by .VI. A. Dau
phin, when a check for $15,0(i0 was
ready for them, which was pa'd by
tbe New (Means Nittional Bank.
MesBts. Brown and Hermann are in
telligent bus, no;s men, controlling a
mill which turns nut annually 80,0U0,
00.) shingles, t say nothing ot dreeaed
lumber. titw Orieam Picayune, Octo
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A neeperailn Hilled lly at runner
Louihviixk, Ky., November 23.
Ike Arno'd, a notorious despeiado,
quarreled with and attacked Tom
Dugan, a farmer, with a knife yester
day in Washington county, and D
shot him rload with a t iatM.
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Sr eHfaal llaveetloaa. We make the Wholeiale Bailneai a teeeial faatarw. Oiehai
Oimila auax bi utaaavi atiiwtae
OEO. BAYJIIIaleKII, AGENT,
X7,'1S4 Jeffenon Street Menu hit. Tenneaaet
I COTTON B!
All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Seaworthy Vessels Oi
Ginhouse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties.
124 and 12ft POPLAR STREET. MEMPHIS.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
t. B. 6DWI5, PraVt. J. . GOQOBAK. Ttec-PrMn. C H.;BAUK, Cmkia
Soarct or Diraotora.
wiriT. J. M, QQAa
r Er VJtYP
s!S SsUSTl Ate U a. vfwmmrmm
FLOYD k CO.
(8TJCCESSOBS TO C. H. EBICH), !
iiiA fll ft no
Dinner, Toilet and Chamber Sets in Great Variety. .
BAR GOODS A SPECIALTY!
srAareata for tba celebrated SBKEflWOOD TITKIFIED CHINA, specially
Mlanled for Hotel.. WtmiraiTile it H1Tntnntn.-m
IATOLI0I HILL. President. W.W. WUaOLEII.TicaaeiJ.
Memnliis City Fire & Geal Ins. C&
M A tlKSKBAL ml ABB MAMMMU BDUnSSa.
A'QUARTER OF A EilLUON'DOLLABS FULL PiUO IOTiU
009e 19 -Hmdlmam Qtp-et, IleDphlm, Teiiii
Woods t& Swoope.
Buggies, TVagons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
Steam Engines, machinery of All Descriptions,
Wo. 339 srnnTsrp st mempttts tfww.
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocery
89G-29S Frnt Bt., Hcmplilai, Teajcu
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission lerchante,
Ho. 11G Biith Ilaln Kit., nt. Jni.
W. H. BROWN,
Liberal Advances on Consignments.
2GO Front Street, : : Mempliis, Tenn,
L. D. MULLIN8, of lata J. B. Sodwla A- Co. JAB. YONSB, lata of J. W. CaldweU A Os
MTTLLINS & YONQE,
Cotton Factors &Com mission Oerchante
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor. Front and Union. MumpbiH.
Cotton vr and Commission Mcrclianta
T!Zmnt6tteorner ot Monroe, Memphis, lenn.
Confections, Glaces, Nougat Caramels, French Fruit Glaces,
Cream Bon Bons, Fine French Handmade Creams and
Bon Bons, Chocolates, Ices and Nougatines.
You can find these goods " AT RETAIL," la any quantities at
The Peters & Sawrie Co.'s Retail Establishment,
No. 43 Je fferson Street, Opposite Their Factory.
Then are the Ineit Confeotioni that the Memphis Fublio have ever had the opportanity
to puranaee. .
WaTTry Onr "New Cream l,oaf" "cllclonn."-l
t. N. B8TIS.
8. B. BPICHB-
W. B. DOAJT.
(NCCCSASOBS TO ESTKS, DOAX e CO.)
WLolesale Grocers and Cotton Factoro
Htt. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Teca.
E. WITZMAMMi Co.
Wholesale Dealers and Publishers,
Sol. Afenta for th. following Fint-CIeai Initrumentt:
STEINWAY and KISTBE
PIANOS Kranich ii Bach, Gabler, and WheeiocK..
OBGANS Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
aer A NEW T-O0TAVB PUNO FOE 190.-sp
Write for CarsloBnas. Noa. 281 and 82.1 Sooond HtreU lrffemr"
W. B. MALLOBT.
W. I. CBAWFOID.
CRAWFORD & CO.
CiROCERS, COTTON FACTO
And Commission Jiercnaiiis,
372 & 374 Front St., Cor. Qajoso, Memphl?. Tenn.
LORD, DIEIIL & DAflBUflY,
(SUCCESSORS TO S LORDS at Diint),
HAHVr ACTIBIHI AND BOITHII OF
Lager Beer, Cider, Champagne Cider,
f literal wtr of all flavori, and X neuw.i
UHE AFPIaSt CIDER, In riarrell and Half Barrela, a apeoialty.-W.
FVHE AFP!." CIDER, I
202 Front Street..
J. C. NEELY.
8. H. BROOKS.
II. M. NEELY
BROOKS, HEELY & CO.
GROCERS, CO TTON FACTORS,
Jfo. 367 Front Street, : Memphis, Tenn.