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THE H&iPniS APPEAL: JIONDAY. APIUX 20, 1889;
Wasiiinotoh, April M, 1RS.
: kw rot Alabam iil Mississippi: Fair,
itatlonnry temperature, vnrlablo wind.
For Arknsna: Local raln. Cooler, bv
tlonarv temperature, easterly wluiln.
For Keutiu-ky and Tcnoowoc; Fain cooler,
WAS Pn-ARTMRUT 1'. 8. Km At. Hrm-icx.
Mkmi-iii. Tcun., April 2s. Uw. f
TMli Mcr. Time, "nr. Teinn. Hum.
a m ...... 17 I" ''
Maximum tempcraluro, 7i ; mlnlmiira Ifmpcn
Hire. ov. River atop- m., 1M; clmimc In twenty
four hour, 0.1! fall. ltuliifiiU lr pint twenty-lour
boiir. 0l ; .
1UE HEM MIS AIT E Ah
TEHM3 OF Bl'BSClWTIOM
r-ne vir....M-......10 on Three month.
6 UU I One lunula.
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1 oil 1 Mi month.
t 3 0U t Hix months
(I'M) ay and mi.t,
TO tX)NTIUI.lTUKS AM) COHIlKSPONllKNTS.
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axm.hlllty. No notice cuu be taken ol anony
( nniiimul) atlon tor piihllcntlrm mint tie written
on one side ol the e only, end, with all other
metiers eonnoi-tcd wilh Uicedltiirliildi-imrtiiieul,
ihmilil bt addressed: To tbe hdllor ol Hie Ap
ical, Memphis, Tcun.
VWcuiiiinl, rule, undertake to return articles
not InuiiU suitable lor publication.
OfR NF.W YOniC OKKKF.
fa-lorn ntTIm ol TIIK AITKAL. tin. II Tribune
l'.iillilttiit, New York. J. K. Van 1'unii, Special
TIIE MtDU'IHS AiTEAL
MONDAY, I I I I t APKIL 3B, lflOO
JSSlliLCIl YE COSWASTK
Our Consular reports nflord sotno very
instructive contrasts between the effect of
. our high protective tariff to retrain and ro.
tard the grow th of our t-xHirt trade, iind
that of low duties or frve liudtt fur com
peting nation, i bio of tin!1 comparisons
is furnished by our Ci'nsiil-li.uier.il, Mr.
Jiiksoii, til Vienna, lie fiirni.-hc the
Mule Department with a lint of articles
Unit aro admitted duty free Into Austria
Hungary, ami shows that this freo ltiixir
talion alono ennhlus Iho Auxlri.ni in tiiii-fsrttin-r
to iiiinpeto sneeiKsfitlly with the
AiiK-rit-.in exporti-r In the Smtlii-rn nnd
Cenlrul Aiiii-iic.in m.irLi-ts, a id to sxdl Id
wares at trade renters next door to tho
Ameriesn f:u torim, in spite of the dimid
vantiienf lrun-ptirtiii;h:ilf ay sniiuid I ho
I1d1m. What otlier rxplnnalioii run he
found, for iiistiini-e, for the i'XHrutioii of
AiiKtriim furniluitt to l.'io ilc Jnin iro, mIh-ii
6 know that tho liihor IxloaeJ on fur
uittim is at li-iwl us t heup in ttii I'nited
hlali j a lu An 'ti l, Inviuim the Aiiit-iii-iin
mannlui-ttiier i-tiiliys in:u-!iiin-i y, while
the Austrian turnitiirn Is imide hy hstul?
On rmiipurittx Iho UtitT ol the I'niti-d
Mutes with tlmt ol Antti llunpry, the
true rjiuie of (hi Biim-vful A nit r.nii com
Niitiii will at mire In-i-oind m )j .ir lit.
Tli' forun r itit s a li ih iluty upm c.ih-ini-l
winhIs, iilnte ejnt, imirlile, rnr!n
horte huir, etc., all of whi.-h urliclei nro
fitt-ol duty under the Au-tiiuu t.iulT. i'loin
(ierinatiy and I r uu-o we letirn th.a t ad
and Imrd times pievail slid the hiii .rie
a lded to the iieeewnries ol tile by tlu-ir
tan iTt on provixioiis and hn-A UttilT lias
more Ihnn cotinti ilalanee 1 any advsticn In
u.-' eotiMHtttini on (he h lull InrilT. In
haedeu tho rereiilty adopted lii)(ll UnlT is
having a similar cllerl. Onr Minister,
Mr. Mii)(Ht, writes tho ilepiinmenl thai
sinett It arnt Into cir. rt thers has la-en a
derrenso both In the ijimutity and ipmlity
of aKrieultural prolui'U, while pilees aru
liinhrr than In ten years, loo 1 supplies
liavina inr,-orod in priru from to 50
per eenU "And," b sdd, ''Ihero lias
en iiocMm-eiHiiidlniitx-ni'lll. Ws hne
nut InrreaM-d or finployinent Urn inoro
geui-rnl. The lnrrencd cl of living, with
no pnxrlioiinle liii're.ivt in prierof Inlwir,
lias rnforerd iho tirenleei t-eoiioiny with
the people a pi-opls wIiom' liatnla of
daily life, so fir a cxN-ndiliirv g-x a, were
as low as sulintf m-0 rould be reducod
sppaMiitly. Noa l!ie iii'irc purvlum prob
lem la, lioW Ihn xxin-r rlite Uni t this
ad litioitnl rharifK. It c.in only Iw by ni
minion lea, nnd Una menus an
lti n , we ol S""itrd p-ior." I loinfre trade
I'iiK'"iud, on the t-niittriry, Coimiil tiem ral
Waller reotl a i'lielul revival of rolii
rtif-n-e and a 5te.1t iin n-.no In p-neml boat
1, the n-eillt of lellitn ilt) trsde. Die
improvement in hii-ite m is e"eeiutly nf
. l.ihlo in tho shipbuildinj iudu'.ry, tho
total ton na:o of ships built In never
lisvin U-i-u rxeee-ded, txeepl in tao iu
a'liimn, in the l,ll--ry of lilplniildnij.
CiiiikiiI Wslhr al-o rejiorta a devresao In
truuu and -jmj-iihi In Kii'and,
Tn a Ai-i-sal, a aeek or mini Srfi,r11e-1
attention to the ovnr tinnti riiu ejoli n of
Willlntu lKsn Ilowells, the lley-l hovel
lit. In a rritlriui that we hn inlormstiou
was to spx-ar In the May tuiinlx-r of II ir.
M-ifiiinf. A rsn-ful rnilin of Ibis
ee!f-t;lrifyiiiK artiele will witiily siren the
nxwl friendly B lunter of Mr. Ilsvells
that avlf love li pulie, I dita to the iut
slorixt of Inanuity. Ho s.iy of the writer
who is still pro eminent with sll rU-oe of
the i:ni'i,i-x-kiii(( peop'e lint "he idb-n
wnte s stylo cumhroiM sod UilTjvt, tli.il
be as tediotialy an.ilytiesl ahrrw the
mrxlern noveliat I dramatic, and evolved
hla characters by means of lonji windud
exi'lnnsiion and mmtnrntary; that, c xceH
in rao of his loaer elaaa perwiti.ip a, be
made them talk aa sol, loin msn an I Mover
woman talked; that be ws tlrvsomoly il
rriptivo, thnt on the simplest or anion lie
wont nlxtiit hulls mile toexpreasa thought
that t-oul l 1 10 utteicd In ten pses aero
lota, aud thai be trualed his resJert' iuta
ition io Utile that he was apt to rub la bis
appcali to them." As Tlte Cincinnati
Timit-Star woll says: "Having disposed
of Dickens, Thackeray, Scott and other
small fry in tho realm ot English Action,
Ilowells may bo exported to sit down
heavily one of thoso days on thnt crude
versiflor and overrated playwright culled
THE WHITE-MAN M0VEMEXT.
Tho cat is out of tho bnjr at hut. Tho
movement begun lit lilrminghnru for tho
establishment of a whito man's Hcpub
lican party in Alabama proves to bo
merely an oflico-Hc-okor's grub boom. The
pr)9f of this was recently furnibhed The
A'no York IlrruUl in tho following extract
from a privato letter to a friend in that
city from a former Southern ltcpubllcnn.
This gentleman s.iys;
Tlie nont mootlns at IllrmMiuliain. prpMcit
ovur lr e (lov. 8111I1I1. waa only a nuihcrlnK ol
nieinlwitol tho llepiihlli-an party In Alalutna olio
are atixlnui reiHMins H10 illoponlttun ol I lie ortlo
lu that K tii 10, but who have lout control ol lb
party maclilnory, iiAiinlly ofllult-ut In rotilrolllns
oltU lnl iwtroniiKe, llinnish Iho atix-rlor ability ol
the Motrly ai-l In nmiiliiK tho nmi-wlille mem
bers ol tho Kopnlillrnn purty. I rtn lint Ix-llevo
lint tlie mi ll who sutlu-nnl thera aro alilo In mid
cino whlto Telle ninru tn Die lteptihlli-.iii purty III
tlio (uliiiv than In the pint, ami thoir lui-lliuleiivy
lu tlmt ruaKi t lin Ihi-u woll lor,tol.
This tallies exnetly wilh what tho load
ing nuwHpupura of Alubaiiia and-Tiik Ai-i-ral's
Iliriniiighnm rorrcsjiondont said in
reviewing tho action of the Whito Man's
Convention tho day or dny after it wita
held. That body was mainly composed
of hungry olllco seekers, nnd there were
but few self-respecting men among tho
lob Thnt this is also truo wo havo the
testimony of Kx-S-nator lilancho K.
r.rtten, of Mirix'iMippi, colored, who in a
recent interview a-.ild:
Oneol the pnitiinli mil th-it niovcmi iit rime to
me K-veral alnya into an-t a-keil mo tn lii'lorx- hla
npplli all-Hi li.r an ini. I anM U him, -Wli) 1I0
you ak Ihnir As I un-li-rataii-l It you iln pnl -li-irt-IIiaI
e.ilonil men lmll ImM any oitlior Imu- any
llilng tn iln Willi otlleial MtmliBK'v"
"tih, well," lie rei.li.--l, - Ui.il U-ie not nii-nu iu,
ynn know. Vim an- all r'ulil."
Ilul," m'iI I, "It l n il I. It U l'i prim Iple In
Vnlle.1. II a rrilur l--t la In lx- applied II lllll'l
HpplU-l In all." My Irli-n.l I.) nth IiiIitiik-.I me
llml he lml Ixi n uppinm h-il br nnelhi-r ailwxnto
of 1 lie name iimreiiii-iil, who I an iippllranl tor an
nltlie, lu Hi Mine innnm r. lie ili-i liui il, a 1 tlhl.
In umki- auv n-eoiuuii lelatlnn.
It would bedilliciilt to match this ex
perience of at-lf-hiimiliiition. Cut it i a
i-haructcrinlic of the sniHirsorvircable Ala-
hums Republican who sjiruiig with such
avidity to Initi.ito the white-nmn policy
which the l'rexldent Is so eager to enlorco
at the South. They willingly lent Ihein-
selves b) bi-lp it) Ihu exclieooii of tho
negro from ullii-e, but did not as u I lice
aeek"rs liexilato to tu the aid and help
of two inlliii iitial negroes who, in ronxi
li ncy and inaiihiMxl, prove to In very
much their superiors. Mr. llruceand Mr.
Lynch would do Ihn public a great service
by furnishing tho pre with the iiauici of
the white men whom they rhnrg-i with
UKking for their help to secure tederal
Tua -beiiVd ( hnmUt which, in it t al
f ir protection and tho protected cliixnn ig
nore tho fact thnt In a free eon 11 try men havo
a right to diwiias all quest ions and ilin-n-s
tree trade mining tho crimes ol tho day,
ought In learn a h-naon ol Iho value ol Ireo
bade (rout tho results alteud.iul upon tint
mluctioii of the duty on iuinlno iu 170.
When that otitr.iu'eou blood tax ol .0 jn-r
pent wan taken oil" by CongreM the pro
toiling vnanuUclurem, who bad grown
rich by it, predicted the ruin of the iu lus
try In tho Unite 1 Mute. On Iho contrary
a writer III Th' V-j'l.'i Cnn for April baa
review of the subject in which be says
that of the live llrmi ongngod in m iking it
in h;, four have continued lo do so;
that tho leading linn I Power k Weight
man, of Philadelphia,) lias since rebuilt
lis quinine factory after it had burned,
and tlii. although during the hut live
year tho iinKirtalion of qoinino are
Hourly six tiun-s a largo aa they wero for
thesis years preceding the removal of the
Tux telegraph bring the news of
dreadful railroad atvidenl which oecurird
near Hamilton, Out., yeler 1 ay, In which
eetcntix-u Hrsona loat their lives. They
had for I bo iol pnit i-scnpod injury from
the derailing ol the '.rain, but the car took
lire and were so quickly In dames that
ro-npewaa linpoaviblo. l lie victim were
burned almoat U-von-l recognition. There
la no Joubt but 11111, if not all, of the tin
fortunate pi-oplo might have Ixi u 4ive,
could tho fiie have been prevented. The
frequency of this kind ol ilira-ter makes
the probli-ui of healing una 01111 of the
llioxl serious (ul tho roliaideiatiou of rail
road manager, aid all ruilruuda should
sx-edily adopt aud ue in every coach
beating apparatus that will not cndangi
life. 11 umsiiity demand It.
Tint Lngliah Ijlx ral I ninulala, at a re
cent meeting at Hiroiiughain, resolved
"that the land uiiecdoii was the root of
Irish dim-ontent. Urging the govern
incut to lntrluce In the House of Com
mom without delay a moasuie to enabl
tenants lo become owiicie of the land,'
which I the UHi-t nhoi-tliushle form of
palernahatu. Hut tho I'.ugllah lists of lre-
lsullssogre.it that the representatives
who follow Chamberlain, like Ihoeo who
follow Saliahuiy, would even wholly tu
vert the Couatittitiou ol the Kinplre rath
than yield the right of self-government to
Tooav, tomotrow and Wedue-Iy will
la h trial bolidsys in New York City and
I'.r.x.klvn by acts of the legislature, and
there will lx a gi-neral euapenalon of bual
nea. All the Unks, exchsngos, courts,
public oirncs, will be closed aud the next
bioiiuxn .Uy, m Ik llmld says, will U
Thutlav. All commercial paper matur
ing on ruber feumiay, Monday, Tuesday
or Wednesday will hnvo to go over till
Thursday. Another Important aspect is
that grain, merchandise and freight gen
erally arriving on any of thoso daya can
not bo delivered until Thursday, unless
tho conulgnoo chooses to receive it. "It is
to la) noted," says Iht Hcrnlit, "that,
whilo Tuesday is made a legal hol
iday throughout the Stato, tho Monday
and Wednesday bill applies only to this
city and ltrooklyn. The eCect of tho
chain of holidays on tho fctock Ex
chango will bo marked and interesting.
Stocks or bonds bought or sold "regular
way" toduy cannot bo received or do
livered until Thursday next nnd a groat
mnny things might happen in tho interval
to chango tho valtio of a security."
Mru II. C. Paiisoxs, of Virginia, who
originated and, in conjunction with Mr.
Thotnna Bcddon, of I'.irmiiiulmni, Aln.,
is pushing tho project of org.-inizing a
rkmthorn rrotrctivo Tariff League for the
purpose of electing Republican Congress
men from this section, was iu Washington
recently, and in tho course of an interview
explained tho purpose bad In viow in call
lug tho Chattanooga Convention, which is
lo meet there next month, and said the
Protective League which It Intended to
form would dilTor from tiiat organized
by tho Alubama white Republicans in two
particulars. It will not bo professedly a
Republican organisation and it will make
110 discrimination against tho negro. Rut
The lUi-minjham A.jt-IfretM discredits this
nnd says: "In tho first of thesa it will
bo a sham and a (also pretense, as it will
be wholly a Republican organization engi
neered in the interest of the Republican
party. Tho biggin iu of South American
trado is merely a shrewd schcino to curry
favor with progressive Southerners whom
tho movement is intended to capture.
Such U-slion has nothing to do wMi
parly polities and tho Republicans aro no
more the champions of the Idea of extend-
Inn our trade .with tho countries to the
south of us than nro tho IcinTats."
1 view of the resignation of a hundred
or morn Ivputy Marshal in Oklahoma, In
order that they iflight le tho first to locate
ou hind, Thr LanmUrr hiltVigrnr contrasts
Ihe dishonesty of the.so civil olllclals with
the rigid honesty of tho troops sent to pro-
rve order. Military dicipliue and a high
sense of honor kept the soldiers from tak
ing advantage of their lino chances, but it
ight have been gin-sued that tho great
numla-r of deput-es and other olllccrs w ho
gainiHl vntruncn ina lvaneaof tlio crowd
would have a proportion of diabolical men
among them who would be ptaclieally be
Tn a AVis 1'oi t l.trtiiny I'od as Its con
tribution to the centennial furore in its
edition of Saturday published a page of
original loiters of Uoorno Wiuiliiugton,
that have now Ix-fora U-rn printed.
Thiwo were all written Iti-foro tho Kevolu-
tion-iry war, whilo Washington was at
Mount Vermm engaged in agricultural
pursuits, ami still young man, uemg
blllotuoro than thirty years of age. The
letters are all chrarloiiilc ol tho man,
liaeloxing bis muthod.ral babils ot bul-
110, hla probity, hi Ronr-nnity, and at
Iho same time his rnn'fulness not to allow
hiuuM-lf to bo chentod.
Tiik Mayor of LI Push, Tex., who per-
forma the (unctions of Iho Hoard of Alder
men a well as his own, raovaws returns
.. i ... if . ... I il..
to Sllll linn- rein-ex io ree.Vn." .j.-un,
ehx-loil olliciala, fni-see lo the combiiMitioii
of the miinielal safe, an t Is backed by
:i marine I Mexican. I not, says Ihe Km
VfiiiriVu limiiM-r, a lswloa iK'tn-a-rat,
as might be aiipiH'--'!. Iln Is one of tho
nppiwscd Southern Repnblieana, cowering
under tho shs-low ul a Stale loniorrstic
majority ol l.'al.OiiO.
u- - - I
Tua In-t'ya 7'iei-ii right. TheSs-nate
of New Yuik acted very i hurliahly rvrrnlly
when it refused !) tiriiul Iho privilegi-a
of tho flixir to ir Olier Mowatt, Premier
of the Province of Ontario, bee .1110 ha
hold olflee under tjueen Victoria. It w
an nit of gr.tss diw-otirleay, unworthy of
tho Ss-nato ami unworthy of tho Staie.
Tust wi'dest of the ('klnbonia Ixxnners
aro asking anxiously for the ntnne and
heri-alxiuls of the msn who flmt shouted
tho lxxitn for Ihe rejeclod and poon-t
lunds In tho Indian Territory. Must of the
unlorlunato Kiplo are gieally disnp
Kintcd. Th.i railroad alone have prollteJ
by the Ixxim,
Tua X'e Aura A'ch itiggts picture
for the motalisl in Wsnsuuker ad-lroas-ing
his big IVthniiy Sunilay-aclnMil st
Philailelphia and down in one corner a
xir fourthlaM xitiultrvM with llin-e
or lour yoimsrhililren weeping over Clark
son's fiat ol ihainixs.it.
Mario IIari akd says that whoever
ealablisln-a a resiling club In an agricult
ural district does mure to chink tho
deadly progress of fanner' wives lo Iho
inaano asylum than all the doctors and
medical Journal In Ihe land.
- - rrr;:. "
Tn Marshals and liiatriet Attorneys for
Tcnnoasoo will not be appointed until
Juno, Tho President la waiting for re
(xirta from his (raveling agents in Ihe
Soutlu They are spying out the land for
Tub MM' liylrr notes that the Presi
dent's endesvors to got respectable persons
Into the olllce at hla diNil in the South
are not mooting with gratifying success,
Tn t farce of place hunting can no further
go than Is heroin iiiggmtod by The II .iaV
iV.ih w "Republicans tf Virginia
should units for victory this full. Prvsl-
dont HarrisosP may adopt tho Maryland
plan for VlrgUillr-namoly, maka the ap
pointments to"niq"Fedoral offices after the
November olection, 01 course thero r.re
exceptions to etrcry good rulo."
Tub Connecticut Legislature, not at all
discouraged by. tlie failure of Prohibition
In Rhodo Island and Massachusetts, has
concluded to sUbmlt to a vote of tho people
of that State a Prohibition amendment.
Tub Republicans under "Me, too,"
Piatt have mifdo a deal with Tammany
for the control of the patronage and
affairs of tho City of Now York. Gov.
Hill is a party to tho scheme.
At tho rocent session of tho Alabama
legislature Good Friday and Memorial
Pay wero ruado legal holidavs. Good
Friday is in this State aud so should
Memorial Day be a holiday.
Tiik oinchlnory of tho new uian-of-wur
Charleston, built at San Francisco, baa
provon defectivo, and sho will not bo
turned over to the Navy Department as
soon as was anticipated.
Nhw YoitK City is en file and every
preparation for tho centennial commemora
tion of Washington's limirpiral is com
pleted. Tho ceremonies w ill beglu today.
The Union Stool Company, of Chicago,
bus been sued for $100,000 for Infringe
ment ot pttcnts. Rather an extensive
steal, aays The Ilutrhiitmn AV-u-n.
Tua Sexton bill having passed tho Sen
ato of New York, it now only awaits tho
signature of Gov. Hill to become law.
Ok. A luck, of Michigan, frankly nc-
kuowled.'us that he will ho a candidate for
the Presidential nomination in 1 S;2.
Kkki.ey, of Kcolcy motor fuiue, thinks
of paying a visit of condolence to Do Lcs-
sops. They both have a grievance
L - J
Comparative Bliowlnir of ha Crosa
Kxchnng-e For tbo Week.
lloaroM, Mil., April 'JS The following
table, compiled from iqx-cliil disputche lo
the lloaloii I'o'l Irnin tho manager of the
cleuring-hotiaes In the cities iiumcil, alions
the gron exeluiiige for tlio week emhil
April 17, wilh Ilia rules icr rent. of lni-rene
or iltx-n-a-x? aa compan-il with the amounts
for the rorn spotirling week of bixt year
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I i.l.-N.-w Vnrk ji-. in, t.-.e .
N.K IIH lu ll-l III Inula; lin i li-lllii bun- U.
m Bm w,Mtoersi Sinltrle.
I Sr. Iiuis, April Uv-The late.il from
! Okluhoma la that Col. ).F. hyer.of Kansas
City, a Republican in ililii, and form
erly an Indian agent under l'nuiileiit Ar
thur, bus been elis le.l Mayor of (ultimo.
One ol hi first acta whs lo give t'do gamb
ler taenty-four hours to leave, and Iho
next train north bxik away good many
of them. Two big wiigou tents have been
crisrted and aro rallej the city building.
Polire Judge y M. Clarke, of Kansas,
hoi. I hi court there, sn I the City Coun
cil and other i-ity ollicors inhabit tliem.
S-veial gixxl boil-ling havo Ix-eti put up,
sod linprovoiiieul of sll kind are in
protjivM. W. V. Ileraneoiirl, ax-cial ar
tist lor llnl"r'e llr. ;y, ilripK-d ileail In
(rout of Ins tout in (iulhrsn yesteril ay
iiioruing. '1 he remain havo beeu scut lo
bis home In lubiepio, la.
A lllaj RxxeSi.ll l.sxa.
Nsw YoMX, A pnl -One of Ihe Inrgoat
crowds of the seaxm- U-tern 1U.IKH) sinl
li.tHs) x-ron, .Manager Wnlla.-e says
went lixlay to lUdg-.'ttood Park to wilness
Iho scho-liilud pime b -lwei-n ihe llrook
lyn and llalliinore leaius. Neither learn
sH-sred, and the vast throng,
after much grumbling, melted away.
Tlio grouu-ls were In good
coiiilillon in spite of Ihn recent rain.
Presidoiil Hvrne, of the r.nxjklyn Club,
WMsaornal hi ollno al WsahiiiKton Park,
aud said: "Al H-x-n the weather Wiis so
llireaietiing that I did not think game
rom J be played, su I so notilbxl ihn Haiti
mom loam au ljour own players." Tho
mistake rssil Uu home loam as-veral tliou
auuil ilullar.! The tiisnts tomorrow open
tlu-ir araiaon al St. (Jeorge, playing the
Jk C lieMsjsietaxl.
Naw Yoax', April 'JS. i.eorgo Rutledgo
(iibswn gavo han-Umie dinner tonight to
John C Now tbo Couaul-tloiieral to Urn
don. The ruonn was a water color crossing
of ihestais o4 stripe an I the Union
Jack, and llK' labia was brilliant lu floral
ihss.gua In rod, w lute sud blue. Among
the ginnis were , N-titor Cullom, of llh
now, Hen. lfiVace Porter, Anlrow Curne
gie. FranriaU. rr-m li, J. 1 1. Flagler,
Judge llawe. II. K. Ilmrlx-r, Henry II.
Ro-iaand t'harle Wulmus, Mr. New
sails for Ixin-loil uu We.lni s-lay.
ilea. Mamlsinter I'lsie,
IxvndoN, April -H. It is nqmricd that at
the lime of Gen. lloulunger's flight from
Purls alx Imixos, weighing iYmJ rxiuuds,
tilled with g"hl sn I silver piste snd Jewels,
arrived lu Hrussels lor him.
rrtt rwoklMc-MsiNM llsiTsisxt.
Srascvsa, N. Y., April 2s.-Mowry A
Harnes's pork packing establishment was
psrtlally burned today. Loss fsM,DO0; folly
A BRACE OF REPORTS.
WKATHEQ AND CROP OUTLOOK FOB
TENNESSEE AND MISSISSIPPI.
A Mild Winter and Superb Spring- Most
Favorable to svU the Interests of the
Farmer Director Fulton'a Mlaalsslppt
Col. B. M. Hord. Cominisstonor ol An-
riculture of Tounosseo, has issued the fol
lowing crop report for the month of April:
iiio report now published is based
upon returns from 470 correspondents, iu
ninety-two counties of the State.
The mild winter, followed by spring
woatlior rarely equaled even in this State,
has beeu most favorable to all tho interests
of the farmer. In some localities tho soil
bos been too dry to fucilitato planting, and
oats, clover, and the grosses are . appar
ently little backward. The area thus
Directed is small. A deficiency of rainfall
is reported iu all sections of the Stato, but
thero is so far no complaint of drouth.
"Tho acruago of the growing w heat crop
is 4 per cent, less than that of 1883, aud
corresponds almoat exactly with tho aero-
ago seeded lust full. Damages by freezing
or flood havo been inappreciable. Pres
ent conditions of tho fields is better now
than that of lust year, aud prospects for a
largo yield are flattering. Damage by the
fly lo a very small cxtcni is reported from
three counties in KustTennossce, ton coun
ties in Middle Tennessee, and three coun
ties in West Tennessee. The Commis
sioner counsels watchfulness on the part
ol 'armors, tliat tins pest ol tlie wheat
Quids bo not allowed to lucreuso in num
bers. "Tho average of Ihu corn planted up to
Iho Mh ol April, tho duto ot the returns,
is somewhat larger than at tho same date
last venr. Soil has been in excellent order
for the operation of breaking, harrowing
and planting. Germination bus been some
what slow, but nt this date fair stands
huvo Uucured in almost every instance.
Injury by cut worms has buun so lar insig
uilifuut. "Ou'.s aro deservedly coining more into
favor. The increase of the acreage means
not only moro outs, but more clover, the
seeding ol tho latter upon the newly sown
oat hind usually resulting in a good catch.
"Tho growth of clover, the meadow aud
pasture griiss-a hit boenexceptiuiially early
"Cattle, horses aud mulesareovery where
in excellent condition, and except in a very
few sections much hay mid other forage is
left over in the burns.
"The continual ilecreaso in tho number
of sheep is to bo regretted. The commis
sioner does not publish tho scores of com
plaints against dogs.' Tho farmers have
this mutter in their own hands, and will
probably eventually succeed in their re
iterated demands that sheep husbandry
rcs-oivo the needed protection of law.
'There is a sliortago in stock hogs of 8
x.-r cent, in the rust division, 8 per cent,
in tlio middle division, and 4 percent, in
West Ti-iinessoee. Hog cholera, so-cnlled,
bus prevailed throughout tho winter in
fourteen potinties ol Middle Tonnet-seo,
throe la West, and ten counties in hast
Tennessee. Much of Iho mortality among
ht:s is attributable to the unsound coru
fed to them in the lob fall and during the
winter, but it is undoubtedly truo that
cholera among hog lias bceo-nu endemic,
so that only favoring conditions aro re
quired to develop it. livery farmer should
immediately burn any hog dying of any
cutiso whatever, and so put in force Ihe
only ellectivo measure for ridding the Slate
of tlii lerriblo drain upon our roanurces.
Tho law upon this subject, passed by tho
present U-gixlulure Uxui tho earliest solic
itation of tho Commissioner, will, it is
hoix-d, be carefully observed."
'ihu statistical labia showing condition
of crops and live elx-k, also average wanes
of farm ban la, up to April 'JO, gives tlio
following for West Tenncitc: Wheat,
acreage Ut, condition 104; oala, arrcuire
lisl, condition lir.'; clover, arrcaire loo,
condition lu7; grass, acreage lul, con
dition ID-; corn, acreage 10-', condition
liKr; milch cows, numU-r luo, coudiiiou
101; other raitli, number ID, condition
liki; borx-s and mules, numlier 101, con
dition 101; sheep, number IO, condition
11; hogs, number 10'.', condition 10:!;
averaire wsg- ol (arm handa, with board,
tl.l without board fl.i.oO. The latter
i sway ahead ol tho other two great
divisions of Ihu Slate, and. the crop and
live stock average sre about the aainu,
MlealMlfpl Hexlfcrr Hrperf.
It. 11 Fulton, director of tho Mississippi
Weather Snrvico, which co-operates with
the United Slates Signal Service, has
leaned his bulletin for tho week ending
Saturday, April '27, being the sixth for
the present year. 1 1 gives the following
Rainfall has bren decidedly deficient
throughout most of the Mate, aud in somo
localities it Is much needed by '.ho rm.
Kisx-iiisko is the only station rcKrting an
nbiimlunre. Wore the IMd the tempera
lure baa been low at night. The skies
lisve K-cn clear aud sunshine warm.
These conditions, combined with cool,
dryii.g, northerly winds, hsve not lxx-n
IxvoiMliln lo growing cnqsi, and apprehen
sion of Injury aro bring fell, particularly
as nvanl the cotton and early fruit cro;.
liuitilull ia reried only as follows:
Csildwnter, Irsro; University, .(XI: ltionsi,
truer; Koaciusko, I HI: Gn-rnville, trace;
Vlcki-bnrg, traco; Mobile, Ala., .!.
SHi-ial Hems (rom olswrvors:
Coldwaler Cotton aullering from cool
nights: corn looks well; needing rain in
the lulls. , , , , , .
lUtesville Dry weather and cool nights
have chocked the growth of all cros very
- I'ulversily Cool, dry wind., unfavora
ble 10 vegetation.
Iloonovillo hlrswWrlos beginning to
rlpoti; shipping will begin soon.
Riensi Cotton planting nearly finished.
kosviuako Weather vory fovoraole
tirrrnvillo -- Some complaint of dry
woatlior, bulrmpa still In good condition.
Vicksburg-Ducidedly Uvorsblo weather
for all cro.
Terry me hall la vicluity, bul do
diimuKO lieant of.
lock Lrven Rain neeiled Udly.
Prarhngton Ik-ginning lo be very dry
and duatv. , , .
Wayni'-eboro Weather fine and fair, ex
rollout fruit crop of all kinds.
Mobile. Ala. The soil is much in noed
of rain. The rain ou the iMih seemed to
slimulato vegetation very much.
Tke rrsnldeail's Iral.
WAamsoTos, April 2S. About 3 o'clock
tlila aferniKin a magnificently appointed
train ol eleven cais pulled up at Ihe siding
on Sixth street, Just outside of tho Penn
sylvanla Railroad Station. It was tho
train lo hoar tho President and hla party
lo New York to attend the cenlrnnlul cel
ebration of tho Inauguration of IWIent
Washington. It s Immediately placed
In Iho bands of an army of I'"'";, '
cnde.vored lo give an extra r"" 'J
lilalumr snd lilting already resplendent.
A throng ol Stiudny ili- shii
sutro.indvd the Irate and ljj
at the open
curious to seeeverything pertalnlngln any
manuer to the Chief Executive, and to see
to what degree of comfort the inventors of
American genius bas brought the science
of railroading. The train, besides the en
gine and tender, consisted of library and
smoking car, the sleoper "Premier," of
the New lorn and Unicajo limited express;
tho sloepor "F.truria," of the New York
and Cincinnati limitedexpross; the sleeper
"Pellon," the dining tar "Continental,"
of tho New York and Chicnuo limited ex-
Dress: the sleepers "Knglnnda," "Franco"
and "America," of tho New York
PROCLAMATION OF PLANTEES.
Meeting Called By the Prasident of
the National Farmers' Alliance.
Whercaa, the cotton planters of the
Southern States wero compelled to pay an
extraordinary high price for jute cotton
bagiring during tlie yoar 1S83 by a trust or
combination on tho part of the manufac-
tuiers of that articlo, and, whereas, it has
boon currently reportod that some kind of
a combination has been formed by dealers
to again raise the price of jute bagging, in
anticipation of a demand lor that art i
cle to wrap the coming crop of cotton; and,
i t i.. ... .. :.. ,i. : t n. ......
wnercas. in uruur vo ru.ini inu cvu eutrcia
of such combination, tho President of the
Stato Alliance of ueorgia did wisely con
vene the State Alliance of that Stato in
called scasion to deliberate npon tho bust
plun of resisting or neutralizing the power
of said trust; ami, wheroas, delegates from,
other States were Invited to participate,
and the result of said meeting was a defi
nite conclusion aud provisions made
for a plun of tiction; aud whereas, this con
flict, if gained by the Allhtnco, will require
tho co-operation of all tho cotton States,
and all the cotton States desire to so co
operate; and whereas, if they do so co
operate and tho entire cotton belt should
decide to use a substitute for jute, there
may be some question as to the availability
of a sufficient supply in time to meet so
lurvo a demand:
Now, therefore, I, C. W. Mactine, Pres
ident of tho National Farmers' Alliance
and Co-opcrutivu Union ol America, do
iasue this my official call for a meeting to
bo held in the city of Birmingham, Al.,
on the loth day of May, at 10 o'clock a.
in., said men ling to bo composed as fol
lows: lCuch State business agent; each Stato
exchange, oue delegate; each State execu
tive committee, one delegate; each presi
dent of Sluto aliiauce to uppoiut one dele
gate. The object of suid meeting to bo
1. To decide upon tho necessity of nil
tho Slates co-operating in tho conflict
with the jute-bugging trust.
2. Tho ability ol tlie order in each Stato
to assist iu the conflict.
3. To ascertain whether, in the adop
tion of a substitute, a sufficient supply csn
lie secured for all sections; and, if not of
one substitute, to determine how many
substitutes will be necessary, and what
quantity of each.
4. Jo adopt measures lor Tito guidance
of the brotherhood throughout tho srasou
and select appropriate committees to carry
out their plan.
I-or tbo purpose ol rcmlering mis movo
slill more elleclive, and to -further cement
tlie friendly relations and prospective
union with tho National Agricultural
Wheel, tho Hon. Isaac MeCrnckeu, presi
dent ol the order, is hereby invited to send
like deli-gules from the various Statu
For the purpose of utilising timn and
assisting the work, a committee, compoed
of Dr. J. T. DeJuinetU. of Oeoreiu; II. P.
I kmc, of Alnhumn; T. A. Clayton, of
Ixmisiana, is hereby appointed to rolled
data as lo supply and cosl of the different
substitutes and report lo Ihe meeting as
soon ss convened.
Vice-President I L. Polk la appointed
a committee of one to extend an invita
tion to the jutc-hngxing trust to present
snything they may have to say to this
meeting, it they so desire, cither written
or oral, and to extend the same iuvilation
to the various jute, rotton, pine straw ol
other hawing manufacturer.
iK'Icirates are requested to post them
selves Ihorotijhly as lo the condition of
their constituents ud the extent of their
ability and willingness to iwH-rate.
C W. .Maitkk,
President N. F. A. and C. U. of A.
KAKLT MOBNINQ BLAZE.
A Chinese Laundry Calls Out the
About two o'clock this morning a fire
broke out at the corner of Union and
DcSoto streets in a small brick building
owned by Mr. I). Mood and occupied by
Sam Ling as a laundry. Sam was aulcop
when Hie lire oriKinate.l.was awakened by
Ihestillling smoke. He rushed from Ins
room in the rear, threw himself sgiinst
Ihe front door, which he tore from Iho
hinues aud carried into the atreel. He
Ix-rauie entunuled in the door and rushed
Up Ihe sir-eel shouting at Iho pilch of his
voire: ' siclialil I irliuli! Uuu l.uug,
his psrtner, followed, Injuring Ihe laundry
eicn. and Ah Wall camo a close third,
bearing in his sriua sn ironing Ixiur I. The
riiiiiue airived and quonched the (lame
The lom will approximate f AH), fully in
I I re la the Mxaalala.
Pitttiu an. Pa.. April -S. A Lewie-
hurg, W. Va., special says: The Green
brier Mountains, near Grootibricr White
Sulphur Spring, are a masa of fire and
millions of li-ol of hstd limlM-r have I won
consumed, with lens of thousands of raila
and other proix-rty, Ihe lire I boyoud
control ami must burn iiaeii out.
Si.osie lile al hi. ii mi.
Sr. Lot-is, Mo., April 2H. A lire en
tailing a loss of $"', Oi io occurred this after
noon at No. 220 Main street In tho. build
ing occupied by the l-ee Doming (irorery
Company. W. I. Anderson and Weneoll
A Hall suffered slight dauiugrs. Loast-s
fully covorcd by insurance,
1'sravenlers' airlhe al aa t:4,
Sr. Iria, April :, The carpenters'
atrikerama loau abrupt termination today
upon the basis Ihst all carpenter ma? go
lo work at 30 cents per hour, eight hours
the lerkrwsi Hall sialL
The bsll al the Cochran Hall on Thurs
day night la for tho benefit of the Mem
phis Red, an amateur baseball club, and
ihe boy are woiking It U.
Stiver '! ram.
FVAN'SVII I K In l , April -Jav Hirer It leel and
fsllln Mntbi r ilexr.
l-ll fxpt loi. It.. April 3- nhfr lOfcxKnil ru
ins Wexiin-r i-1-ni.ty.
WIIKU.ISO. W. Vs. April xa.-r.lref t feet
ml n-ln llraihiril.Hiily,
I IM INN'ATl.tl . April s. -Itlver V lrs-1 3 loehet
en.l ri-luii. Wit'H-t rlinnfy.
aKW IMII.KAMS, I., April ? -Wither rler
ali i p.isanl. Arilve-I, 1 bourns iberlixk, llm in-
si'. I oris. Hn., April 7 -ftlief Isliinr. il ri
II a. I l.xir n. iifcil. Arrlvnl Mr lliol.e, la'lo.
h p'le. Hour) XUri, Nr la eaiis.
l.lf-VII.I.K. Ky, April Hirer slstlnnarr,
lin 4 I-tI a lii.-h.si nn l lie Isils, sn l h-ei la
liH-lie In lb esnsl Wrailn-r f Unnly anil ronl.
VlrKslU HU, Mlxi. AXII f -hirer rlslnt.
Paasr.1 ilnau: Hi-hrn. k I ini-innail, II: IIiiIsimI
liarsex, II. Arrlte. lily u I slm. SL I on Is. I.
l-ss-nl up. t it; ul u kOi.ni a, spriai and law. a.
1'Alltn. til , April 2S-tlrrr 21 hxtl and Isllln.
Weather clear aixl ei,l Airlred 1 laie. Ne r
leans, I a m . s. U Wiwl. N( sr Orleans, I: Arksn
sss I lly. Nali hei, 3. Ohln, I Inrlnlisll I llrnotft,
Memphis, a. Ik lle Meia.hls. M I mos. a ns. Ie-
tsrie.1; 1 ir.e l'lil.l,rs I a m ; s. I.. Wrt, Plus
ii r, I. Dlilu. M iiflils, 4, Arksnsssl lly, tel. Iul,
, b-te, lluiluiistt,,
THE SALARY IS AMPLE.
ONE WAY OF LOOKING AT THR PAT
OF A CONGRESSMAN. .
Five Thousand a Tear Enough For Ko
publican Simplicity In Washington
The View of a Man Who Baa Beon a
To the Editor of The Appoal:
During the rceutly calloddefislon of the
United States Senate there was some dis
cussion concerning tho inadequacy of tho
pay of Senators and Representatives iu
Congress. This called forth considerable
comment by the public press of the coun
try, both pro and con. The resignation of
Senator Chace, of Rhode Island, provoked
tho discussion and subsequent comments.
Men of plain habits and tastes, and eco
nomic views of government, regard with
disfavor and apprehension the constant
extravagant tendency of our Government.
We, as a Nation, are rapidly losing sight
of our early republican simplicity, and are
reaching after the pomp nnd display of re
gal Governments, Senator Chace resides
in a State not remarkable for its republic
an institutions or tendencies. It bas only
In recent years abolished its old charter
government granted by Charles the Sec
ond, and its properly qualifications and
restrictions upon popular sulTrngo. Aud, '
as ho was one of tho privileged class, be
ing a millionaire lord of tho loom, it is not
strango that he should be loth to neglect
his lordly in lerosts at homo to son-e his
Government, for what ho considered the
insigiiilleant sum of $5,000 a year. One
of the evil tendencies of Congressional leg
islation is to constantly Increase salaries,
and thereby build up an official aristoc- ,
racv. mo aaiury pain benator ana luip u
rcsiiitativo8 is ample, for poor men of fru- (
gal republican habits, but not not enough
lor the millionaire who would live In I
princely stylo at the expense of the Gov
Thero ia much of good in tho civil ser
vico law, but the great objection to it is
the fact that it creates by luw, nnd not by
the voico of the voople, an olliciul class,
w ho in turn will come lo foci that they aro
rightly pensioned Uoii tho country, and
that tlio country must take euro of tiicm.
This complaint of insullicient salaries
comes chiefly from tho millionaire cle
ment, if nol Ihe shoddy, Thero has been
but little, if any, from Southern Congress
men, who are generally poor. When sal
aries were much lei-s than they aro at
present, tho standard of statesmanship in
the .Senate was at least as high as now,
and all will admit !he purity and integrity
of tho body has nol been elevated. High
salaries and life tenure sre not friendly to
free itiHtituiions. Keep tho government
close lo Ihu pi op'e, let salariea be ample,
neither parsimonious nnrextraviig.int, und
the honest public servant will llml his
highest reward in Ihe approval of a grate
Almost each successive Congress makes
a departure from Ihe teaching and prin
ciples of government given to Ihe world by
the builder of our republican institutions.
Civil pensions were unknown to our law
thirty years ago, as in our time civil offi
cer drawing lull salaries during life. Tho
military H-nsiou list is widening snd ex
panding anuuallv; iuibirent and wounded
soldiers are nol only provided for, aud se
cured atraiusl waul aa tliov should Ihj by
government, but the widows of deceased
Generals are granted pensions in order tlmt
they may live in priuceiy style. All this
in imitation of rovally, contrary to the
spirit and genius of our Constitution, and
terming to subvert iL
Thero were Ismlnig in tho lust Con
gross, hills proMwing to pension for life.
xjrsons who liuil lien! civil olllee lor
periou ol twenty year, in t-llect. to i
quire thoso who had failed lo secure office
to support the more lortunnto who bad
be jti sucrosnfiil ia gelling olliciul poeilion.
When will this cburucli-r of legislstion
end'' Will it not bo well to call a halt,
aud travel back toward the people snd the
early theory of government ol our fore
father? Washington is sll the time filled
with array and naval olllit-r ou the re
tired list or on leave of absrnre. This
privileged class consume the bard earn
ing ol the uiusss sud sro constantly im
portuning Congress for morn.
Rut lo return to the Senate once filled
with learned and incorruptible statesmen,
sent there through the frve and uiilxiught
willofan Independent constituency. In
the better days of Iho Republic, when
much smuller salaries wero not considered
inadequate, inillionalrea did not buy their
srata in that body. Of seventv-six Sena
tor, sixty-six are members of the legnl
profession. Most of thoee from tho North
nro millionaire, and monopolists, nnd
fsvor high aalarii-s, high tarilhtund extrav
agant appropriations. Many of them are
railroad owners snd officer, bunkers and
corporation attorney. Tho r-enate has .
reused to Ixs the conservative clement I
of our national b-isla'.ure. Of recent J
year the House ha saved tho country of I
much unwise and vicious legislation, nnd I
Isx-n a check upon the rxtravnguut action '
of that Ixsly. Thu maxae huvo grown
restive under tlii stale of things, and
heme many favor tlie change of the Con-1
solution so a to make N-iiulois thirdly '
clcclivu by tho .coplc. Among Ihe vsrimi
proponed amendment to the Constitution
of tlio t'n'led Male, (hia is one of Iho very
few that should Is) ma lo. N-ualors slion
I.. u .1.- 1.. -. .. I.I. ... a U .. . .. 1
us mom nin-i nr ii ( uiiiu.st i mi) -irjn -a
and put into rlow-r toiii h lo llu-in hy iiiakov
Ing Ibem ileHndeut Uhhi I lie poiul.ir
vole that mav not lie easily corrupli-a
Our (iuvornmeiil, in none particulars. Is
now Ihe most extravagant in tho world. It
has a larger pension rod than even any
inoiinrchicnl or aliwilulo (lovernmeiib
The voter are burdened with onerous and
unjust taxation in older that the Ix-ne-tirisries
ol such laxalioii may lie able to
dispeiiso lur.'i-sso Pi their retainers, by
means of w bu ll ihcir votes may Ihu con
trolled lo still swell their plethoric rollers.
And such are the oll'.c u'a who complain of
inadi ouato pav. Your, etc.,
P. T. 0.
Ilipley, Tenn., April 27.
Ma I Se tie al Caiail.
WAainni-i. April 'J7. S-con-l Assist
ant Postmaster-Genera) Whitfield today
ordered the establ.sliment of teuixirary
mail mrsaenger service between Gulhrie
and l.islxin. in (Iklnhnina. A permanent
lerviee will I e ratnbiisbrd a sxin aa the
lie s?srv l cal foruinlitii-s shall have lx-, a
nimtiliod wilh. It ia rxxrted that a sim
lar wtv ra will lx rxiabhshed lxtwii-n
I duvuii's Million on the liiilf, Colorado A
Suite I r l.ai nad an-l Wrllston a soon a
; a p ixtuil.ie is (stabhahed at tbo former
A HAM A At ix.. nreol pa-enta, Nu.'A4rrtmt
stre,i, snn.lsr umnili.. April S Ixmj, i.in-rriA
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