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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL Fit I DAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1880.
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"WHO REPRESENTED THE GREAT
KESS 0 THE UEPUULIC.
President Ckviland and ExPretl
dent Hayes Sarroondid bj Pres
Cincinnati, O., November 2. The
New Y. rk er.irefpondeii' of the
Ttrrut Star writes tt at the funnfll f
ex-PrsiiHnt Arthur broncht to ttat
city and la-rcaed trgeiktr in thHt
solemn ctremcrjy more diverse politi
cal elementB thHu were perhaps ever
Himififil w th a dmilrrrccafcion. By
tfituecf HsrTi":al potition as t'e
Piesident of the United S atea a Dem
ocrat was Lere to signify by h g pr. a
nca the honcr in which the tnemory
of hia predece'sor, a E-pnbHcan, wa
held. Pert aps fiom a sense of the
same fliiiess of tMnp', Ratbeiford B.
Hayes, lest bat ore of the line of the
Republicans who had occupied the
White Uonee, a'so Cf to attend the
funeral. Bat it wbs Mr. Hayes, it will
be remembered, who dismissed Gen.
Arthur with much contumely from
the Custom Donee. The relation be
tween the two gentlemen from that
time until Gen. Arthur's death, had
i. a. BLAIHI
whose retirement from the Cabinet in
1881 Gen. Arthur's accession trade
necessary, and who defeated Gen. Ar
thur lor tee nomination Dy tne .re
publican convention in 1884, also
came, doubtless because as a great
leader of the party be felt it becoming
that he should test fy his respect to
the memory of aether eminent Re
publican, h nator ueorge t.
munds, ot Vtrmont, was here as one
of the official mourners on the part of
the United States Senate. Mr. Blaine
and Mr. Edmund met yesterday at
the bouse ol deetn, ana mere was a
painful wene between them which is
likely to be much talked of hereafter,
EX BIXAT0B C0NKLIKO
and Mr. B a;ne were in the church
tnwther. Warrer Miller and Mr,
Morton Bit in neighboring pews. Gen.
John A. Logan, candidate for the Vice
Prtaidency with Mr. Bla ne, concern
ing which re'ation there has neen
much gotaip, was in the city all day,
tut there was no communicnticjn
whatever between tbe two gentlemen,
although they were at the same hotel.
Ex Secretory John Hberman, the in
Btturaent of Gen. Arthur's dismitsil
in 1878, wb another of the official
mourners. On the part of tbe Si na'e,
the leadea of the "half breed" and
"at al ware" factir ds i the Republican
Earty, whose divisions and quarels
ave led to finch momentc.ua results
during tbe paat S'i years, and in
which tbe deed rresirjent was ro
prominent a figure, sat side by ride
in tbe church. The treat men of tbe
Democra'in party, men who still trim
ly astert the fraudulent nature 01
R. B. HATES'
occunancy of the Whits Honre, were
present w th him. Tfie President,
Grover Cleveland, Democrat, rode in
tke same rarriaue to the church with
Mr. Hayes tad walked arm in arm
with him into the t acre J tdifice. Gov,
David B. Hill was aaacclated wl'h hia
emiontntof a year ago, Ira Dvn-
sort, in the monrnioa throne. Ex
. Gov. Cornell, whose action in 1881
led to the failure of Senators Conkling
and Piatt to secure a re-election and
. tn th. preaacca of Gen. Arthur in Al
bany at the time Guiteau's ballet
struck down President Garfield, waa
also there. It waa airo a mournlul
coincidence that tbe son of President
Garflsld and the sin of President Lin
coin, onr two Presidents who were
victims to tbe apsaesin's frenay, were
together in the church. The day waa
full of incidents in keeping with this
beterogeneona political gathering,
When Pies dent Uevelnnd and Uol
Lunont leochid the Filth Avenue
Hotel yesterday morning from tbe
MB. OATH. AND
found a'ready there Mr. Blaine, who
bo narrowly efcaoia Dung rrtsmem
in his stead, ar d Mr. Hayes, whose
rtsht to be called ax President Mr,
Cleveland, as a Democrat, denies,
Tbe train bearing tha Preadect
reecbtd Jtreey Citv at 6:10 o clock,
but it was ,-0:30 o'clock btf ire the
President anti tig eecrfUry emerged
from the osr and granted a hetrty
meetirg ti Gen. Martin T. McMahun,
who haj be n depot rl to look alter
tbe fre'icleut and but abinet. Inern
were two cr)i.-.an w,iit ne. Th Preei
dent, Col. Lamont nt,d (ien. M M ihi n
entered one a d three headqnartnra
detectives nnohcr Iowa? decidedly
chilly criia'ing tire river, and tbe Presi
dent observed tl at he ought to have
Drought a beaverovercoat. Uen, Mc
Mahon offered t) IsnH him one of h g,
but it waa too email. The three parlors
on the Twer ty-tbird street aide had
been engaged fur the Predent The
rooms wer not far distant from Mr.
Blaine's. A hot breakfast was waiticg
the Presidential party. There vat
some delay in get ing aay from tbe
hotel because the President inBis ed
npon shaving himelf. It bad ben
arrarirpd that the President and Mr,
R. B Hayes should attend the funeral
togethr in tha same carriage. The last
time Mr. nayfSCims to JNew xork to
attend a funeral waa a year ago last
August, un teat occasion
and Mr. Hayes todtt together to River-
aide far. Mr. nay- wa ready yea
terday long before the Pr.di nt, be
cause lor one thing be doesn t (have.
He a'ood on the inside of the Twentv-
thiTd street entrance of the hotel look
ing out at the broa ' pavement and the
, aleek, well groomed hurses attached to
i. the carriage placuK at bis and tbe
, f raident s disposal, 'He was dressed
plainly and neatly. A Wm.M.Evarta
hat wai on hia head. He wore a dark
overcoat buttoned to the throat, an
old army habit which he never has
forgotten. The President s bulky fig-
ore was soon seen descending the
stairs. Mr. Hayes advanced, cordially
exrenuing ms Hand, .and exclaimed
"I am gled to meet you, Mr. Preii
dent. I hope you are refreshed in
soite ot your bard nieht'a 1 urnev
Tbe President's large hand closed over
that of Mr. Hayes, while he bent his
head and spoke a few inaudible words.
The gent'amen. then proceeded to their
carnage'. Mr. Hayes defeientUlly
motioned for the President to enter
" thi raasiniirr amuto
Xoodcsturediyr. "After you, sir," be
said. Mr. Ha;s obeyed, and Mr.
CleveUuid c ambered in after him,
Than they were driven to the tx-
rresideot'a bonre, tbe occupants ap
parentlyengngd too much with their
own thoughts to indu'ge in conversa
tion. Col. McMichael wa? at the foot
of the'etoep of the Arthur reeidence
when tbe reh'cles'npped. Heoieoed
the door and Mr. II .yea stepped cut.
Mr. Cleveland placed bis foot cau
tioualy on tho step, holdirg at tl e
aama time to tha eide cf the veh'cle,
and then ewurg himself to the side
walk. The President hfs great admi
ration for Col. McMchael, and tke
t o chatted together, while M'. H y,
wi.o bfd, by the way, calied upon
Urn. Aran r s'nee his i lte, wsiket
slowly up t' e s o.ip. Mr. B ai'ie was
inei le. He bad roire aro u,d in a
handanmH brdugham drawn hy a well
g oomeel t' am of bo'S". He a nn
sc ompariitd Mr. B aine, on hiB wy
np tn t'i"Sicor,d p'ory Ir.rct, whue
ti e b dy 1 iy, pmn d f r a moment at
the liiirary dior, wimre ha saw the
sae cf i ho 8rina'e,
MR. OKOBCK F. KDMDNrS,
Thee is 1 ardly any use to intro
duce y ti to gn.tleiuen," exe'a mtd
Col N cMicheel. The Vermont S-ia-torad
a- c -d in hi genii l way, win
exn niitd hand. "0 to," he (aid;
"oh, no, mt all," remark d Mr.
Blair e, tuning his back and walking
ranidiy away. Thnus who fa the in
c dnt were gr.a ly sarpr end. Mr.
B t!M looked f r a moaiet.t at the
deid fac, and. left the house a? he
camp, unattended, without fee ng the
Pieeident or Mr. lldjea. Five min
utes af er their entrance to the borne
tbe price i n started for the church,
and according to the programme ar
ranged, Mr. Cleveland aod Mr. Uayea
again en'ered the aame vehicle. This
time the President entered first, with
out ceremony. The three gentemen,
Mr. Cleveland, Mr. Hayes acd Mr.
B aine, came close together at the
railnad station before tbe special
train. There waa quite crowd on the
TBI PBKSIDINT AMD MR. HAVXS
were aide by side. Mr. Blaine waa in
their rear and teveral feet distant. He
glanced once or twice toward Mr.
Cleveland as he chatted with friends,
bnt he did not apeak to the President
or Mr. Hayes. Af;er tbe ceremonies
the President and Mr. Hayes in one
carr age and Mr, B aine in another re
tuined to the F.fta Avenue Hotel tad
dined, but each separately. A num
berof visitors ea'led. but the Presi
dent taw none of them until Mavor
Grace'a card was handed in. The
Mayor and tbe President held quite
lengt by conversation. At 3 : 15 o'clock
the President, 0 d. Lamont and Secre
tarira Bayard, Whitney, Eudicott, La
maraud i ai master ueneral Vilas en
t-red carnages, weie driven to tbe
f irrv, where ihey took the 3:40 o'cloc
l'iniied train for Washington over the
rtmnsylvania. Inn party had a pn
va?e car. Very lew persons were
aware that they were to take that train
and none but the u ul loupgera were
around. Mr. Bake and Mr. Hayes
w.ll remain tha city teveral days ytt
AS1STLSELY COLD WAVE
PASE OTEIt THE LIKE C0UX
a lYIud Sturm of Remarkable
VilDtity Yv-tU CuTered by
Ice Suow a-jd lUin.
BIUH I0NEU CRIMINALS.
Kamfrooi Frandulent Acta by Me
ol the UlKhnl Mortal 8laudlaK,
The recent defa'cations by men of
the highest social tUr.ding have not
only greatly snocked tne pub ic m nd
bur. they bav? aroustd a g eat deal of
refleoiion npon the probable can-cs cf
ench conduct in such men, siya George
Will:am LU'tis in tbe "i-ditor's fcaav
Chair" for NovemVer. Many crimes
cf the wrret kind tre at leaBt intelli
gible. Eugene Aram murders Clarke
for money, like the hero of Dos
toievsky a Le Cixmt tt It Chatiment,
of whom we were latelv told in the
"Edi rr'a Study." Old Mr. White, iu
Salem, waa murdered by men wbo
would profit by h;s death. There are
also crimes of ra tion, of anger, of
jealousy, of revenge, which are all
compiebemnb'e in a cartain sense,
Tnen there are enmea wmcn are no
c 'lines, as when a starving b v steals
leg of mu ton, in which case the moral
guilt disappears. But when a rrai ia
not only of comiortable pecuniary
cota:t'on, not ia rrcnj wo en ne is
lapped in luxury and ease; carefully
educated ana trained in t&e moet re
fined and exenplary society,
in which the mere suspicion of
dishonesty is faal; when neith
er circumstance, nor ceaitD, nor
temperament solicits him to dishonor.
and he is perfectly conscious of the
unspeakable consequences of hia con
duct to those whom he loves tenderl v
when there is no conceivable tempta,
lion or reason or excuse, within or
without, no apparent weakness of the
moral sense, no hereditary tendency,
ana tne man (motion iy Droves to be
tntei ana swioaiei, and is s
overwhelmed with the discoverv
cf his dishonetity that ha kil.s
himself whtt ia the exolana,
ti n. It would seem that a man of
this kind, whose suicide ehoas'hat
he perfectly coirprehr nds the aitua
t on, wuld cena'ulv avoid it. A dull
ignniaut, debtitute, des. e ate ballv. or
a trari mud with pa&iop, neither sees
nor regiraa inec;insequei.C'.-fltl crim'1,
But tiie man that we supposs not only
undeMtud aud forete a it, but he
kL0s a eotheceita'niyof disclosure
he knu wa that the kiod of crime which
is open to him cannot be long con
cealed: and he knows also that,
although when it is revealed, ho can
ehrot t.irrself, ytthat be dooms those
wno are decreet to him not enly to
sorrow that is common to ell mortals,
but to a terriblH moral shock, to the
uistrnction ot ineir toiifiJe.nce in hu
man nature, lie is not a bad man
He loves deeply and etrongly. He can
calnly measure and we;ght the
whole situation, and then commita
Aa KzpreMCellldrm wiib a Frelktat
Pittsburg. Pa.. November 25. The
tbrougn express on the Cleveland and
Pittsburg railroal, which left this citv
at 11:25 last night, ran into a freight
train at Conway's station, twenty-f iur
miles from Pittsburg, on tbe Fort
vvayn railroad, ahortlv fmr ' mid.
night, derailing the caboose and two
ire gat cars and tbe engine of the ex
preaa train. Fireman Harrv Bnrk.
ahaw, r.f Cleveland, was hurled from
me cd nv toe torce of the collision
and killed ontrlght. Emrinesr Hank
Shannon, of BedforJ, Ohio, was a so
thrown from the cab and aeriotisly but
not fat il'f iniared. Haa jamaater
j-c .o AiieD, oi mis citv. thrown
across tbe cjr, breaking anveral riba
and badly bruising him. None of the
Dfsengere on the ex, rets twin were
uiurd. ice ireipat trdn had stopped
ii ise on a empiy ot wa'er when tbe
express rraobed into it.
Of mtltrlal AiaeaM l dumb no. Contnt
drowlrenR, fleeplnUrrupIsd by a chill, aua
eeaded br a couiuinlng heat, and that by aa
xhaoitict ret. A aenaation as of Bumb-
nua from cold, bat no ihakim atUnda it.
Hoitatttr'a Btomaoh Bitten inrariably erad
ioatea it, though it it thi moil obiUnateform
of BiIuma-borndiaeae. To cocq jer it with
qainlne It aa impoatib: as to battle dowa
Gibraltar wi h a howltaer. Malarial diaer-
deri of rry kiad are attended with do
rancament of the lirer, a faeteritosd by the
aaffron tint whtoh the akin aaaomea in aaoh
dieeaaea. For tht aymptem, a weH aa for
it out', tbe B.ttert it k Mrtain remedy,
lontt patiuo, dyareptia, rheumat tot, and
inaetinty ot the kidn.. .nj himAdir. ara
a tu relieved by thit Siie alterative.
Foal Flay Nnapveted.
f mith'b FaBBT, Pa.. Noveml ei 24.
At Hocketowi'. a Bmsll villauB fnnr
mi'.ea didtact. thia mornincr Mi a Mar-
giret Mattiiron, aged abU' 80 yena,
whs found lying dead in her home.
Last eveoiog She Waa annarent v in
good health. Ihere is a strong sus
picion cf f iul play.
Chicago, III., Nui en.b'r 25 W'ile
the piere.it a i.'ini I as b-en il estver
est tnat ha swept t. e 1. koi thia sea
ton, it hi s t'een lesr pro. uutive cf d s
as'er than any ot'ier. Tua hrppy re
sult is due tj the extra irdinary pre
cautions taken vrs-els' ca'tains
Monday, when the first iiidicatiotia of
tha gaie b came app ir. nt, 8o far as
ia known, nr ly bait a dozen craft wero
exposed to the fury of the ttorm, and
of tbo e four have betn accounted
fir, while the other two, tt;e schooners
Ji'hn Miner and Pi nootct, are be
lieved to be showered at aom place on
the wejt shore. They It f, Muskegon
Monday n'ght, a few hours before the
wind veered to tbe mesv, and uiuat
have baen well out ia tbe lake before
the etorm broke. Capt. Shaw, cf the
schooner Red, Whita and Blue, was
out in tha gale, and be ia the only per
son seen yesteiday wbo seemed to en
tertain any fears for tha safety of the
Miner aud Pcnobcot. "I tbiuk tbey
came to grief," he said, ''for I don't
believe they could have worked off the
east shore in the teaih of that hurri
cane." Tne prcptllers Clar.on and
Vandeibilt arrived here covered with
ice from the tops of tbe p lot house
down. The cap'aia of the Clarion
said it was the worst gale be bad ever
encountered, -eo far aa the velocily of
the wind was wcerned, Notwith-
atanding that the steamer was hogging
the shoie and running in com par -tive'y
smooth water ice formed all
over her upper works through the
water being cartiid aboard by tbe
(heats of wind. Qu'te a number of
sailing vessels anived alto, and they
were atrippel and plac?d in winter
quaiters. The only a -il departure was
tne Bcnconer v. uooimau, Diunu
in light trim for Green Bay. A few
more line ateamera will depart for
Buffalo this week, among them the
Canon, Vandtrbilt and Ooe di, but
the season of lavigat on is practically
at an end.
Stow and Kala In Pranaylvanla
PirrsBOio, Pa., Novembar 25. It
has beea snowing aud raining here
amce daylight. On the mounta ns
cast cf here a sleet storm ia ranir.
aod all wirea ara down for thirty
miles D'tween U.rry and Uonemaugb
on tne rennsyivania taiiroad.
Froaen la Irralta.
Bismarck, Dak., November 25.
Thera ate reptrta that several miners
were fres n to death during the blix
Another Vlcllna of the Cold.
Sanborn, Dak., Niy. 25. Mrs,
Joseph Htiletu.e a as lost n the hit
a rd Monday night a d wheu found
was s badly f oiiu that hr recovety
la douD lui. iter buooatid is some'
where in Montane.
Toons People Fraaea lo Death
Mandan, Dak., November 25 Two
chil 'ren named Meisal were frozen to
death ten miles north ot here , while
looking for lost s ock. Two young
men, brothers named Sims, wei e frozen
to death while returning from work,
BY A THISKIKO MAS WHO BEES
THE t'OJIISU CONFLICT.
Beneaiee Proposed for I he Adjaat-
naeal of the Difficulties Between
Labor aad Capital.
To tha Editors of tha Appeal:
Woodstock. Tbnn.. November 25.
The prole Ur at is rapidly becoming
tne pieniotentlaiy. Alurxle CDm
sands a premium and brains are at f
discount bottom rail on top. It is
easier now to get bra'na to give 4 legal
opinion or a medical prescript'on or
a scient fic explanation than to got
muscle to split a rail. The portentous
present under tne American g e
points to a repetition of the tragic
times of CoiioUnus under tlie Kmian
Eaule. Have we a Veituria and
Virg lia to avert the dire d saster?
The wild howl of the mob and ehift
)es, reatlcs rabble of the literal
deuiocracy threa'ena to t-omplo down
the arroiiant. odu ent end a Hi ;h r.r;s
t-jcrrcy s erstwhile tbe la'ter feigned
to tpurn tne 1 , rmer. Uuuegtue de
cade of 1840 I piiatiid the prediction
ttiat tbe ia titutioa of slavery would
r-hnka thisaiountry like an ORribquake
and disrupt trie government. Daniel
WebBter eu jrequently smJ in one of
his grand pari amentarv speeches that
U ever tne Kepuoncan party got int j
power they would plcnge thU country
into Danaruptry and delude it in blood.
They did io 1800 whan tbe Democratic
parry dividel and gave them the as
cendancy. Now I write that another
and greater deluae of blood is immi
nent in tbe coming cor, A ct between
muscle and brain, or lab r and capi
tal. (Labor and capital are mis
nomers, for tbe man of muscle does
less labor than tbe man of brain or
capital ) In oar Southern S ates the
negroea belong to the muscle party,
and with tbe whites of this class will
make a majority. There are two les
sons the negroes seem slow and loth to
learn lessons unlearned all other
learning is naught to them namely:
One is they never will be enslaved
again. Their hills may be leveled
down and their hollows leveled up,
but they never will again be slaves.
The other lesson is tney will never
govern this country. Their springs
may run liquor and 'leases or dry up:
every stump mar sprout a 'doss urn
aod every poplar root turn to 'taters;
bucdays may last all the week end
meet ins' never end. Home or all
these possibilities may happrh; but
mat mey win ever govern tols coun
try is not among the possibilities
To return: Muscle can bold tne
plow and wield tbe ax but brain can
not. Brain has given to muscle the
weapons with wh eb to vanauish it
self, the originator and donor, name
ly, the various inventions for sabtain
ine and for des'rovirir life. Thns-enina
of brain gave these inventions birth
and life, aad now muscln proposes and
purposes to usurp and monoDolize
them fur tbe destruction of tne brain
or capital that brought them into be
ing. But our present legislation is in
the banda of brain and its tendency is
to ex'rdmeineqiauiyia the possession
is?i to k-tp them ui til Lis rttarn.
and h-B never rt-immd, eeid,
'When thn po r can g( notli'iig
rmfc. rn v, , u w . v.t. lit."-
Put h:,t :e.i-lainr ? Kirs', the
abolishment of all ta' ill, ens cms, im
port a d expo t dut es ty the Ket'.era'
liovenmeit, aud ht (lie S a'es furn
ish ib gi rievil gove nnn'nr ; for it is
'irerel y a giive'rme t rf un te i
Pt'tea. ti e Federal O immceit
it 0 ade for U e 8 at, to t ie but '
ar mad ) for iln pop'e. And as the
St e go ernn e its are cuppirted by
ti e peii)le, s the F.-J-i at G iv rn
ment ih nld b B'ipp ned by tiie
States. Lt the St tei colli ctteir
tax s in their on way and by their
own tax collec tor, elctcd by tiieir
own people. Riht hi rn 60 per cent,
perhaps, t f the i)fC:eiy tax will be
saved, and the tendency nod tempta
tion to extravagance a d peculation
r moved L tno tax he laid on the
nrcttesaiiea of life and the necessities
cf bns;nesi, but tax all i r perty and
all lux 'tries. Then the producers, the
the agriculturist", on whom every
thing dependa and from whom our
very living is derived, will he unfe
ter. d and free to boy and soil to tha
beet advantage, witi nothing ti in
fringe their freedom or infringe
upon their personal and indi
vidual liberties. I a short, this
great and primal inten at would pros
par, and as a consequence all ether
collateral and subsidiary interes's will
share their prosperity, as the planets
revolve around and share the splen
dor of their free and central sun. The
i-enel(si cry of over production will
be heard no more, as if the mere of
the necees-irirs tf life that are pro
ducad, the harder it ia to live.
Second, let tha 8 a'es adopt a sys
tem of graded or graduated taxation
s'mrwhat similar to the Licinlan
roga'lon ot ancient Rom, i. . tax
a'l property not In a tegular ratio of
1 .... 1 - .
increase, out m ru lutinneiun ewv.-
eiaticg, ratio; not ia arltma'tcal or
geometiictl progrrssion or cmpouid
interest, which all havs regular ratios.
but in a ratio that Increases more and
faater than the Increase of tbeprnpr.
t?. 10 that the lucky man wiihsiuo,
000 will pay more in proportion than
tbe man with flOUJ, that is more
than ICO timea as much tax. After
makinir everv man par bis poll of $1
to $5 for the personal protec Ion of
nis lite ana liueny, men max
everv man and woman of property
pays the same $1 to $ on all prop
erty, real or personal, not valued at
over III uu. lor tne security ana pro
taction of tbat property. Then for the
fi st additional tbooeacd add 101 per
cent , for the nextadditional thousand
102 per cent., next iuj per cent., an
soon. This will be a check to the
venal greed of the rich and a Btiunu
lus to the desoonding pior ami ten
to eanalizj our individual possesion
wi hmt tbe old snperotitions of the
Jewish iubilee at the iniusice
uann Bizn.riani m. II those radiea
innovations necersitate moditl a1 ion or
amendments of our organic law, state
or Federal, let them t e made; and if
they coiflu t with previons provision
it will no: ba the fir it, as w tneas th
l'omteenth amendment to the first
a tii e of the Fedeia' Conetitn k n
Third, nuke every tax coll?ct;.r or lie
cal agent pay overevery week or every
mouth promptly and thus stop pois
oning our Canadian netgnoors.
Ti e idea of a taxing tariff on iin
porting tbe products of labor to pre
vent competition with our own prod
ucts of labor, and at the same time
admit free immigration labor to coin
pete w.th our own labor, is simply
preposterous, and the laboring man
wbo can't see this is unwortuy tbe
franchise of the ballot, be be brain or
muscle. Let us abolish our whole
cumbrous system of Federal revenue,
ita circuities and sumr aitles and tor
tur-sities and infractuosities, aud sim
plify and relegate tbe sys em to tbe
States or the people, for the per pie
make the States and the 8tates make
the nation. Then when riot raises its
hydra head let the strong arm of the
government promptly, inttantly, vlg.
nronsly and relentlessly cimh it, for
what ia government f r but to protect
life and property, litre, in my op n
ion, ia the root of the evil and thia the
remedy. To is, or internedne war
wiih a carnival of crngi and a deep,
dark devastation, like Marius 'mid
the ruins of Carthage brooding over
their folly, their colitmle and desola
tion. Premoniful, prrmMiiu.
H. S RK MBERT.
FOREIGN li OTES.
Snbscrlbe for the "Appeal."
cf property. When muscle gets the
Majority, which it will soon have,
what then? The crisis ia cominir and
it will be tbe climax of eri.-ea. Ina'ead
f a bloody interuecion wh.ch la iratb-
eiir.g like a dak clond in the future.
whose portentous matterings are even
n.ow trembling ih the air, let ua have
tioely legislation to meet the emer
gency ; for, as thi great aud patriotic
Greek" law giver, Lycurgus, who after
giving his countrymen s wise
system of laws made them prom
London, Nivemaer 25. Eugene
Rambeit, the 8 flies writer, is dead.
Berlin, Novemb;' 25. The Butd
ia h has approved the now seolenate
Berlin, November 25, Jobnnn
Scherer, a wr.ter on lus'orical, political
and other subjects, is u,jad.
LosnoN.Novembe! 25. TheTurkish
Qovornment continues to send war
materials to ' Adrian pp, and to
strengthen the fortihuatioua of the
Bdknos Atrb. Novembar 25.
Twenty fresh cases of cholera have
ben iepo:ted in thia city. Tbe dis
ease has spread to Tetsida, Cordova
and San Nicolas.
TiKNTSiN.November 25. The French
have withdrawn their opposition to
the demand of tbe Chinese tbat the
Peytang Cathedral he built on another
site tbaa the one originally chosen.
Dublin, November 25. Moonlight
ers fired on the police patrol at Castle
Island, county Kerry, last night, bnt
without doing any damage. Nine ar
rests bave been made in connection
with the shooting.
LivxarooL, Novembar 25. The la-
man Line steamer Ci'y of Chester,
which arrived here November 22d.
from New York, took fire while lying
at tbe West Alexandria docks. Both
the vessel and cargo is badly damaged.
Pa bis, November 25. Admiral
Aube, Minister of Marine, and Geo.
Boulanger, Minister of War, announc
ed to the Cabinet meeting today that
tbey bave reduced the budgets lor tbe
m'litary and naval departments 2,000,-
000 francs each.
Biblin, November 25 Much satis
faction is expressed hnre at thn suc
cess of tbe North German Lloyd
Steamship Company in effecting an
arrangement with the British Gov
ernment lor carr i-ing tbe mails from
Bonthamprnn to New Yo'k.
Omoa or thi Boabd or Kouoatio, 1
Metnpbu, Novemoer 2A, 1HH6. J
BIDS for lieatini the Ch. Iita Hohoolhouae,
Dow in eonrie ol erection on the eorner
of Furh and Keel itrteU, will be reoeited
at thia offlce op to 12 n. batnrday neit.
P,a and epeeiRoatinne eaa be aeen at tha
office of M. 11. Baldwin, ArohiUet, Ho. ilO
B da will be lao reeired for Layina Side
walka at Market btreet Koildini to the aama
date. Place and aiecl6"ationa can be aeen
aithlioBoi. The Bonrd reaerrea tbe right
to relent any and a'l oida.
Bj order of tha Board.
A. B nrt,L, BeeretarT.
Ci3 tJ r, S Wf!W:f;,M. : '4
WB 1 W aaa 1' T T , . ( ' --".ri A
"3 m V '
IftST' PERFECT MADE
rrfmrwl wh ntHre TYimrfl to Ptirttr, fltwrnirth anti
hrHithriilniHart. Ur. rriitt1 lUktn Niwiir ttnutiiM
Ammomi,l.lne.Aliini or rhoitvitoft. Ir. t'rtt t'
Kskrtwu, VaiiUU, Luiuua, ttc, iiaTor dt'lklouly.
PRfCt MAKING POWDCR CO, Ckiem ami St Uofk
Kerrville Hotel at Publie Sale
ft" HT1RDT, NOT.S7, 1KNS, AT
II an., at K V KKVaLLK, on tke N.N.
and H. V. H.H , twenty milen from Mem
phia, hhelhy eonntr, Tena., I will aell lo tha
blfheat bidder, the Hotel and premiaea. eon
ai'tina ol 7 6S lOOaorea belonainf to the Kerr
ville Hotel Company, tiaid Uotel ia atwo
atory frame baildlnci haa 11 rooma bell ilea
kitcuen, pantry, aerranle room amoke
home, atable, and other ont-buildince, a
lane paled garden and a food well at tha
duor, and ia a In buaineai fund bains tha
only hotel in the town.
TKHMd-One half enhi tha balanea ia
twelve montha, with interr at 1 bond with ap
proved aeeority will ba required, and a lien
ratainel until the imri'haae money tt paid.
by order ot the Board.
J. H. MoU'WALP. fte'retnrv.
i a 3. M
j,l;tM!fa f .'5!;a s , li.,': j,; ar n a
,W. A. GAGS $d CO.
EDWARD MOON & CO.,
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
WOW. H lend 1Q HIVIOM HTRKF.T. . . . IrffFMIMnS, TF..
Koch's rat. Store
lICLTIMOUadlnaUbleto meet any Deed
or bnaineaa. lt ia oheaper then old atrle. Can
be put op by any one. I'aijald lor
1-awlry ! Uwok obolvea. Addreef
KOCH A. II. TOM Mfras,
Bl ef 4191 r., fKOKIA, ll.U.ar,
Imiaoau Hardware Co., bt. Looia.Mo.
Mtast ol t Im diawat-fl w hu h niinut mtiklutl r (irlRiti-
tVljf OAUbutl by 11 itHinlf ml i mdlUtm olthn i. I V fc ff
tar mil u.iiuttiHJtiUa of thin kiuil. hiicq m iiuuiui
tlM lalvvr. lillUIUHtMWH, NofVOtlS lr)'P, aUtUlfftW'
Lion. Irntatuliihtrof Uie Uowtila. OotiMtiutUn. hlntu
Itjnuj, Kruclft1ttul nil bumiiic of th btotuncb
iumi tirat ualiMl liBrthtini), Mtnuma, jUaUari,
Hthatiatiaiatt iHtlikm ur mltht KsvflrTfL (Jiinitila Diar
rthktft, LuM ui Appetite. UttswiAoiie, Koul Brunt b.
1 rVHUin-l il iwai uitiuoueaa neir youiaiiv, a'-
duvkii I'ntnM U-icluotML A., ate BTADIOCR
iIiwim but win CURB all diBftnseftof
l lift LIVER. OTON)AvH ftna bUWbLO. II
cUftiiHtw tlio i-iainuifAiiou innn iwur, ywuow unjo1.
to s ruiltly, hMHjttur oulor. it entiivty rjin.T(ka .w,
fir all ilim-i but will CUR
ItliMiinjr KpirttM. It U una of Ui " Aitr,tm
(I'm iUtrntrt i ia JUootLmtd u wuluaM Umi
l'ur ule li U IMtaXa. Pttoe Sl.00 pn buttle,
140 DO. FRONT ST., Philadelphia, Pat.
Now-Tlie 1 line To Npo ulate
A CTIVG Fluetualna In the Market etTe
opportnnitii't to eulatora to make
money it (train, HUioia ilonda and retro
loom. Prom t nereonat attention ilven to
ordera reoelved by wire or mail. Corree-
ondenoe aolieitea. Full tnlormatlnn about
he marketa in our Book, whtoh will be tor
warded tree on apnoatlnn.
II. 1). KYLK. D.nkeraad Ilrokor.
SH Broad aa New Btroota. New KorkOlty
"To the VICTOR
Preeminent In tvsry higher quality, th
HANAN SHOE hat bcem Ih rcRnt7rf .tiiwUfd
lor fin vat among discrtmtnatmg gantlunicn.
A ITI an wllh Ural ua anil Coi.m'Iciico
will drop prtty prrdjutlitT rnrrlrsly piikrd up
When truth kinn kHiit tnr ilnnr. Mu h mr mvitttl
lf try onr jfciir of " ilnnunV alinrn. Wc know
the rrm.lt : rwry man who want ihr hvsi jmil
nntt iirin It- in the inurkct will become a fii
Sal " J lit nan " nutn.
Queatioa la enflne onr at rloultural eom-
munity. Heaara. H. G. CHAIU ft 00., Koa.
17 and 8 Union atreet, Hemphlt , Tena
are dally in receipt of
porta oa growth In dlveralfled eropplni
oora, .atSi wheat, rye, baaley, aaxaaiii and
orohard, herda, elover, mueWej ttat.
grata and timothy treat ,
All our worn oat ledce kUUli !W be re
Maimed ky lowing rya aad olovei on them la
fall or tpring, or lowing sow-peat In May,
June or July, thea turn under, and
Improve tha land.
It. G. CBAIG a CO.,
Agrlenltural Tmplemeata and Seed Deal. I,
aak jam? retailer for f OrlclnaJ S3 Haae
llwareof lutltAtluna. -
PaneOwanlueaaleaa bosrlug IhleHtaaiB
JAMES MEANS' S3 SHOE.'
KadelnBuUon.Conimeeenil Lmm. BniCaU
ewtn. uiKTxoeiMaiu imra
btttty,(imfr and Appear
ow. A pMtalcardflcnt to
tuwlll firtne roil Informer
Hon how to k'1 "l" abua la
r autear iarauory. -t
J. Xleacs Ca
41 Miinoin at
I elioe ecaivli blirher In theeettmattmi of
'tnrtn tiien any nthrr in inn wori,i. Ttioo-
emli, w bo wuai it will tall jrou Uui itaon U ua
1 jl 1
II . "MIA. "V.
a -M 'w- .-aL 'VtXB fl
J. W. VOEfwKT.T CO.
KKMHLyN,aj. T. -Bonrd 00 the UUI,
Mra. H. 0. Howard, a Waahingtoa
Park. Rooma limi lonatina deliihllol.
Oonveolec', to ear to Manhattan lleaob,
Ooaey Uland, Long Beaek and Central Parkl
alio to Um Xork plaoae of amua emeot.
AJtSJtKW atTKWAKT, Haw Orlaaao. I ANDKBW D. aWTBI,
flOT PIS vsnir A
I I UUI IIII1L US. UUll
Wholesale Grocers, Cot Factors
KO. IM AUD SOS FRONT CTRKET, OTJaTPKU, TJCSX,
STEUABT BJIOTHEES & COUPAn?
COTTON FACTORS AND C011ISSI0N 1ERCHANT8,
J. A. BAILEY.
tf. S. WITT.
J, A. BAILEY & CO,,
33G Necoml Pvlrce, 3Uei3ithi.
ALAROS AMI OOMPLKTR BTOPK 'IP PM'VnRKS, rtAU AND STBAM PliTK:n
Mtrl1 Pnmpa. Drive Walla, Iron, len 1 ah i on Pipe, ln flvtnroa. (llr-,. Urn
RAH & Co
"..::.. ,i;"fi . y.ry.- .- v i f ! . i yJ!i I .
aw abb ruiMa.uu, attXab. "
Esors, Sash. Blinds, Holding, Lnnfcrv
Uth aad Shingle, Flooring, Celling and Cedar Fwt;.
JOHEPH BUS A KM AH.
II EN It T FBiNM.
FADER, FRANK & C
orsWho esalB Grocer
81 Front Wtrepi. (rppoMHe C'liHletm IIouhc.
! T. fAlCAJOI.
o. a. nm.
A. iu FAMCIK.
a. u. vtess
J, T. FARGASON & CO.
Wholesale Groce & CstSou Fulum,
tS9 Front Street, lumpltjij Ten'v,,
Haa fen tig led lo at will hay. tnr earernl attntion. We tarry at ail Mate a ajajM.
teleeted ateok ot
Stsple L Fancy Groceries, Wins;, Uiu rejetaess &
ai4 will al Low ne MvM.
P. tt. A1.NTON.
H. II. Mai'ar,
ALSTON, MAURY & CO.
And Commlaalon Nerchanta Hay, Cora, Oatu, Brau, Chop Feed, Oil Ken!,
Lime, Cement, I'lahter, Jlulluiuir and Fire lirick, Etc.
for. Front and Union, I Howard's Kow, Memphis.
A. VACOAKO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
ITm. tt A3TD 0 FRONT STREET. MEHPOT.
(MUlt EMNORM TO N. L-. I.f.t.), JaiUHKMI or
Cigars and Tobacco
275 Iff nln NirL. Opn. Court qniero. Winiilii,Teiiw.
Cotton Factors, Utolcsalo Grccsrs,
TJ. 11 TJalea Ptreet. ;
H. 0. PIARCB.
JOHN L. MoCLBLLAN.
M. C FB ARCS & Co
Cotton Factors & Commission Tilercirts,
No. 280 FRONT STUEII I3 MEMPHIS. TENN.
Veltoei Waraatoaue-I(e.r:aal M Cadoa SIrMl.