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On Sell Made Meo.
The Hon. Frederick Douglass, who
is announced to be hereto lecture on
Thursdiy next, is regarded as one of
the most notable characters of the
present generation. His admirers call
him a grand old man, and as far as
greatness can exist in mankind he is
possibly entitled to rank among them.
He is certainly great, considering the
fact that he is of African descent, and
that about forty years ago he was a
common slave, working at his trade as
a ship caulker, while bis earnings
went into his master's pocket instead
of his own, as it his done since the
' time he ran away from bondage.
A six page article written by Doug
las! in the December number of Scrib
ner, relates for the firt time something
of his escape from slavery. He lived
in Baltimore and belonged to a Mr
Auld. There he worked as a cvi'ker
among the shipping, and there he be
came familiar with sailors' cu-.toms
and manners. It was the rule in those
days for all freemen of color
to carry free papers. He did:i't have
a free colored friend from whom to
borrow a set of free rm'-r to run
away on, bat he had a etil'.r friend
who looked like him and who 1-jined
him "a protection." Yon can buy a
protection all covered over wit'u the
outspread wings of the American
eagle, in almost any seaport twn for
half a dollar or such a matter. They
certify to the fact that the bearer is a
free American sailor and is entitled
to the protection of the American
Gag all over the world. Many aquatic
disciples of John Bull and other na
tions, never naturalized in this coun
try, carry American protections and
sail on American ships as American
sailors. After the protection pater
was secured Douglass took the Phila
delphia tram as it wai in motion
forty three years ago the 3d of last
September, paying his fare to the con
ductor. Knowing a ship from stem
to stern, or from keelson to main
track, and wearing sailor teggery,
though a little nervous, he did not
lose his self-possession when the con
ductor passed around. The protec
tion paper with its eagle did the busi
ness finely, and he dodged the Mary'
land slave catchers, though a darky
acquaintance at Havre de Grace came
near betraying him, and t Wilming
ton, when he changed from cars to
steamer, he feared trouble, but passed
the ordeal all right and was soon
mrthof Manor) and Dixon's line.
In lees than twenty-four hours Doug
lacs was in New Yotk city, and since
then he has been a tree man, but h
soon learned it was not as safe a rafug
at he would like. The city being full
of Southerners, with plenty ol persons
who sympathized with them, for a few
dollars it was uota difficult thing to
catch a runaway darky even in New
York. Oue night he slept among the
barrels on the public ".harf.tmt feared
to seek woik, because mont likely h
master would hunt for him about the
harbor. Ho struck ympathy
with a tailor named Stuart
who took him borne and gave him a
bite to eat. Next day he was intro
duced to prominent underground rail
way managers of those days, all dead
now but one or two. Tboso leaders
bid bim away until bis iiifeuded wife,
a f.'ce woman,ciuie on by appo;rit-i)cnt
and married him, tho couple being too
poor to pay the miuister a Jim-.-.
The underground managr-raeeiithiin
on to New Bedford Ly the steamer
New Richmond and be pissed the:
night with his wife on o-:n deck. At
Newport, where) the couple took a
stago for New Bedford, he hadn't
money e nough to pay his fare, but a
couple of Quakers befriended tho im
pcouniou couple to the eitmit of two
dollars. Two weeks elapsed from the
time he fled from Maryland until he
walked safely as a citizen over the
wharves of New Rcdfurd. Here Mr,
and Mrs.-Nathan Johnson, colored,
took bim in, gave him food, and named
him I'rcd Douglass, in honor of bcott a
hero, acd he threw off his proper
patronymic Frederick Augustus
Five days after Douglass put on a
laborer's 8uitd mado two silver dol
lars by carrying coal, being much
elated over the fact that the money
was his. instead of a master's. ' Ho
next assisted in stowing a sloop with
a cargo of oil for New York.and he had
no troublo in getting work nor did he
divide earnings, except with his wifo.
lie got a saw and buck, and worked
industriously all wintor, sawing wood
for use in whaling vessels. He found
difficulty in getting work as a caulker,
for whita men of tho samo calling
hm a strnnc Dreiudieo against men of
color, and though ho could have
earned two dollars a day at the trade,
he was obliged to accept one dollar
instead, as a common laborer, all on
account of caste and complexion.
Colored children went to public
schools with whito ones, but
white mechanics would not asfO
sociate or work with black men.
As they would not let him work as a
caulcr, he did all sorts of jobs like
digging collars, moving rubbish from
back yards, loading and unloading
vessels, scouring cabins, sawing wood
and shoveling coal, and kept hiniseli
quite busy. Finally ho got a steady
job in a brass foundry to blow tho bel
lows, swing tho crane and other hot
and heavy work, ofien laboring every
day of the week and two of the nights.
Sometimes while blowing the bellows
he tacked a newspaper or book to the
post in front and thus read the news,
at the same time satisfying his employ
ers and acquiring knowledge.
He had little time for mental cul
ture, but he managed to improve
himself slowly and after a while
he attained higher place. Soon Le
was an officer of tho underground rail
way, aiding slaves to escape from
bondage. As far back as 1355 he was
a noted lecturer speaking in cities and
towns north of tho Ohio liver, always
to admiring audiences and contributed
daily his quota toward the final
emancipation of his race.
For many years past Doug'asi las
been well-off. Some say he is to-day
worth 1 100,000. During the Hajes
presidency he was Marohal of the
District of Columbia, a place vroith
five or six thousand dol'ars per annum.
General Garfield, when ho became
President, promoted him to a tinccure
position worth S7.500, previously held
by General Sheridan, of Louisiaria,
who said the hardest duty he ever had
to perform while he held the place
was to labor in the onerous business of
signing his name from a quarter before
to twelve o'clock everyday.
The Hon. Frederick Douglass re
cently paid a visit to his old master,
Mr. Anil, now far advanced in year?,
for the first lime since he was a slave,
and he met with a friendly re:cpt:on.
The Hon. Fred, will doubt'e?s be cor
dially received by the pcoplo of his
race when he cohtm here
Mr. Martin A.Onoolly. amcrchant
in Oil City, Pa , writes: "I inherited
lil healtu lrotn my pircnv", wno were
short-lived. My wile is a sickly litilc
woman, and his suffered considerably.
We have had five children, three of
whom died in infancy; the other two.
a boy four years of ac and a girl ol
seven years, have always been quif
puny, weak, ana sickly, .borne time
azo I read a medical work that spoke
of iron as being cs-enlial to lile, that
a want of iron in the blood was the
principal ciusc of ill health. Shortly
atterward 1 saw an advertisement or
Brown's Iron Bitters. I determined
to try it for myself and family. The
result has fir exceeded my greater
anticipation. Myself, wife and chil
dren have all grown heal hy and
strong. Sore?, aches and pains, head-
acnes, indigestion and sleeplessness,
formerly to common in my family.
trouble us no more, hvery bottle is
worth its weight in gold.
S. Mansfiald k Co . W. NrWilker
son k Co., and G. W. Jones it Co ,
a roRMtn .iii:npui.x,
Tlajor W.B. l otion. Men al Lit-
Little Rick Oaiettt, 20.1
Major W. 15. Cotton, whose illnes
was announced, died yesterday of ab
scess of the liver. W. 15. Cotton cam
to this city from Memphis about cieiit
years ago. lie soon became well
known as an enterprising man a man
who would not hesitate to work f.ir
the advancement of a city. While
general passenger and ticket aiient of
the Memphis and Little Rock road,
ne was the prime mover ot everv ban
quet and public entertainment in the
city, lie and . J. Murphy insii
tuted theMardi Gras movements here
and to them the city was indebted fur
CTe&t deal ol amusement. Mainr
union was a man ot splendid addre-s
andaman who would make and main
tain a tavorable impression anywhere
Somo ot his banquet speeches, cupeei-
niiy me one midj at the su
given to Gen Morrow, inst lw.f.,r
officer left this citv. are re.me ml.erpd
and often quoted by those who par-
ft, . . .
uviliaiuu. inn reuiainB Were lor
warded to Georgia last night.
Major Cotton was well and favor
ably known in Memphis. Immedi
ately after the war he was a clerk in
Recorder John Creighton's office, and
rendered invaluable services to that
noted and genial hearted functionary.
ne also be!d other positions, in nil
of which he acquitted himself with
high credit. He visited Memphis not
many months ago and appeared to be
enjoying perfeet health. Many will
regret to hear of hm death.
To he Trade.
TV, t,:i, i. .. ,
DON JLAN Cigar has attained has
induced parties to imitate it. We
hereby caution the public that the
Den Juan brand is copyrighted and
that we are the solo proprietors of the
same, and the genuine urn nunnf,.'
hired at factory KU, Third District of
icw loric. J. Baxter & Co. am ...In
m i -
agems iu luempnis.
Bondt 4 Ledkrek,
rropr s factory &)1, 6i Dis't N. Y,
JX. O -A.lt. ID.
To all who are suffering from the errors and
indm-retious of youth, norvoui wssknehs
early decay, los of manhood, etc., I will t.ni
a rfcire tht will cure you. FRF.E O
CHAlt'il'j. i'bi ' arret r, vi v ws ilii ov r-l
by u imiiiuniiyii .-i;u'h t i-rr.i rtn.l i
solf-Hl.lrw-t? t eiivel' I'H t the Hev. Jo ki-ii i'
Uui.v, ,MHti..rj U, New Y'.rk t'iiy.
Corrojpotdonce Momphls Public Ledger.)
CuicAflO, November 17, 1881.
To my Pine Rluff.Arkansaw, friends
I desire to send a message of Greeting
through the medium of the Ledger,
that circulates so largely through that
enterprising State, and grand field for
encrcctio and honest labor. I havo a
docp instcrest in tho prosperity of the
Stato at large, but am particularly
partial to tho little "City of Pines, '
that reposes so grandly on the turbu
lent waters of the muddy Arkansaw,
which murmurs a requiem as it now
rushes in its rapid courso over what
was the principal street of the city ere
"grim visaged war"" stalked so defiant
ly through ber streets, and left behind
so many souvenirs of his dread pres
ence. How different now is the pict
ure from that presented in 1800-6,
when thoso leftot the boys who wore
tho gray returned. . Then all was sad
ness and, I might say, desolation, with
no silver lining to tho very dark clouds
that hovered threateningly over her.
But, presto ! Fifteen years have work
ed miracles. Another generation, as
it won, has sprung into existence;
and with it conies an era of prosperity
and happiness. Myriads of new towns
and cities havo sprung up as if by
magic r the Stato is traversed from cast
to West, from North to South, by
milrnads: manufactures of all kinds
are profitably among the great institu
tions; schools, colleges and universi
ties among her grandest monuments;
br nraisc.ii are sunz abroad through
out the land even across tho broad
Atlantic; and those who u.sed to con
sider her uncivilized aro making their
homo3 witbin her gonial embrace, una
investing their capital to ts-ist in en
larging her influence and to make her
one of tho most glorious States of thi
glorious union. In this bright and
promising picture of the present Pine
blurt stands ooiuiy oui ueiure iuo
tnrlrl as one of the' most attractive
and pleasing features if not the most
dazzling jewel in the precious crown
of property that rests upon the brow
l. .11. L!.-. L... Vr. .A rnV-
Ol tne noute cnaica vuaw uas du law
lessly and courageously entered the
groat arena ol unmercilul strife to
battle tor a ioremosi piace on iuc
tnrono where prosperity and enter
nriufi sit so noblv crowded. Her citi
zens are made ot the right material of
heart, mind and muscle, as has been
fully demonstrated by the giant strides
in prosperity the little city has made
inco the mantle of peace fell solily
over her from the hands of bloody
war. She is a city to be proud ot,
and her citizens whole-hearted, gen
erous and enterprising, have achieved
a reputation that ranks them among
the foremost ot tho land lor integrity
and indomitablo energy. As proof of
this it is only necessary to point to her
newspapers. There is the Commer
cial, edited and owned by Colonel
Char e' i- iNewman. and the daily and
weekly Pres3-Eagle, owned and con
ducted by Sam C. Ryan and Arthur
Mm ray. these journals are a credit
to the city of Pine Bluff and the State
of Aikansaw, and will compare lavor
ably with the best ncw.-qaicrs iu tho
country. lhcir conductors are
young, energetic, go-ahead men,
and thoroughly practical and
Dracticed in tne profession, having
graded all the way up from the duties
of the devil to a seat in the editorial
sanctum sanctorum. Colonel New
man is a State character of enviable
note. He was one of those who
started the first daily in Arkansaw, at
Fort Smith, before the war. After it
he and the lamented and respected
Colonel Wyatt C. Tboma.', a brave
soldier, a polUhod gentleman and edu
eated writer, established the Press on
the ruins of the Southern indicator,
a red hot tri weekly, edited by Colonel
Willo William", Wm. A. Lee ami
Colonel John G. Ryan. Selling hU
interest In the rre-s to his later
partner. Mr. Sam C. Ryan, be cstab
lisked the Commercial, and in so do
ing be demonstrated that he is one ot
the b'-st newspaper men in tbe coun
try its s'l up and general app ar
ance being surpassed by no journal in
the State, and equated by lew. .Jr.
Uj-3n continued the l'rcs and ex
tended it into a duly. The latter
promised to be a grand success. Rut
the fire fiend swooped down upon
l'inn UliifT and with its flaminp breath
blew it out of existence F'rirJr to
this calamity the hagle bad been
established by the Messrs. Bell, and
had earned a firm bold on (he affec
tions of the people of Pine Bluff
and surrounding country. One
of the gentlemen having been
by inexorable deatn, Mr. Arthur
Murray became a partner in the cn
tcrpnse. Alter the rresa was de
stroyed, tbe survivor, Mr. Bell, re
tired from tbe piper, Mr. Ryan pur
chaVin his interest. The result ol
these sudden changes was the
consolidation of the Kaglc and the
Pre-s, and now we have the "Press-
hac e by Ryan & Murray. It i!
success depends upon practical and
energetic business talent, us perroa
nancy is assured, for thete gentlemen
are hard workers and have a host of
business friends, lour corresponden
speaks by the card, having worked in
typographical" and editorial harness
with Messrs. liyan and Hurray, and
with their illustrious peer. Colonc
Newman. He also watched with in
terest tLe first steps taken by Arthur
Murray on the typographical road
traveled by tbe immortal Franklin,
and has lived to see bis prediction
fulfilled, lhat the son of Judge Mur
ray and the brother of the gallant
Confederate martyr, General Ed.
Murray, would work his way to a
hih and honorable position on tbe
roll ef journalistic fame Thus, with
her able newspaper', her fast rail
roads, her cotton inilN, her iron and
brass foundries, her carriage, wagon
and harness factories, etc,
her rapidly increasing population,
and general signs of prosperity
it is no fulsome flattery to say lhat
l'inr Bluff is destined to be the me
tropolis of Arkansaw. From this
glorious city, Chicago, it affotds me
heartfelt pleasuro to be able to pay
her this compliment and to let my
friends see that I am not unmindful
of tbeir intercuts, and never ccaRc to
pray for their prosperity.
Our distinguished French guests
aro having a right royal time in Chi
cago. Mayer Harmon received them
on, behalf of the city, and welcomed
them in their own language, as he did
tho illustrious Germans last month.
Our distinguished Mayor is master of
seven languages, (eneral IJaulanger,
who responded, complimented Chica
go as being ouc ol Americas greatcttt
attractions, lhc delegation visited
General 1 nil. r-hcridan at military
headquarters, and were received cour
tcotisly and very cordially.
The seventh annual convention of
the ras:nger and rreiglit Conduc
tor!1 Mutual Benefit Society of the
United States and Canada is in session
in Chicago. James O. Sherman is
President, and Charles Huntington is
Financial Secretary and Treasurer.
The society has already disbursed as
benefits over f50,000, and has still a
fund on hand.
It is proposed to annihilate" that
part of Chicago river that meanders
through tho city, and create somo
other channel through which the
rnerehiint fli; t shall flepVt their rich
I'r-'g'M io our eity. It. i iMi'ia'ed
that ill.' proposed ehanjiei would com
t.ot lens than twenty million dollars.
t ia tardl? rrobable tbe reoplo are
prepared to saddle themselves with
this enormous tax at present. JFrm
ever, the matter is before tho City
The death of Miss Kossner, at I'.a-
gienood) a cnicago ouuuru, iuo oiucr
day, is speculated upon variously.
Her body was louna Deaitio me
railroad track, with tho head sev
ered from the body, evidently
by tho griuding wheels of tho remorse
less train. Some think sho deliber
ately laid her neck.cn the track when
tne rusuing iraiu kiuuuu tun ue.au
from tho trunk. Others think she
was first murdered and then the
body placed on the track to bo run
over, thus making it appear that sho
committed suicide; while more think
tho horrible death. was tbe result ot
an accident, i incline to tr.e suioido
heorv. I hose who knew her best say
she was a good girl, and had an untar
nished reputation, notwithstanding
unwarranted reports to the contrary.
Mr. John Walter, of tho London,
(England) Times, and a member of
Parliament, who lately sojourned in
tho United States, is reported to day
as saving many good things of this
country, and recommending his coun
trymen to oomo here, grow up witn
tho country and becomo rich. JIo
predicts that before tho closo of tho
next century our population will have
reached two hundred millions.
Tho "National Tariff 1 inkers wero
in convention this week in Chicago,
and closed its session last evening. Ex
Governor Bullock, of Georgia, opened
the convention in an appropriate ex
nlanatorv address. About !i"W dele
gates wore present from all States of
the tuion. A number ol speeches
were made, and each orator
displayed ' considerable ability
in illustrating nis position
that tho several manufactures ot the
United States sheuld be protected.
The committee on resolutions
strengthened its report by alleging
that "protection enabled the country
to successfully carry on the late war;
that it doubled tho industries ot our
eountrv. and had changed the balance
of trado in our favor," etc. It was
resolved to place the convention s
views before the cjuntry and to peti
tion Congress to exempt from national,
State and .municipal taxation, our
mercantile marine, that it might
thereby be able to cope with
that of foreign countries in
carrying lreight and passengers,
and especially in transporting
the American mails.
The Chicago "Diamond Match fac
tory was destroyed by fire last night.
Lojs f5,000j fully insured. This will
cause a rise in the price of the useful
The fast horses in the stables of 11.
V. Beemis, of Chicago, consist of the
following noted animals, with their
best time annexed : Little Brewn Jug,
2.113; llarwood,2; Sorrel Dan,
2.H; Fred Douglass, 'SMii ; lioncset-
ter. ir., n record; Wambrino Stur-
' A .... , n .i
gess, i.os ; PiamDrino samerr, no
record, and a new pacer, trunk:
Hunter, whose record is not stated.
The distillers of Illinois are iu
convention in Chicago endeavoring to
organize a Benefit Association. Among
its objects is t run not more man
three mashes per day. Those going over
this being onebalf their capacity. Those
exceeding this to pay into the treasury
of the association five cents for every
bushel. Those falling behind tho
one-half capacity to receive five
cents lor every bushel out ot the
funds of the society.
He is dead. Rev. Dr. Z. M Hum
phrey, late of Love Theological Sem
inary, Cincinnati, is no more He
died in Chicago on Tuesday. He was
a good man, and much beloved by all
who knew bim.
Arthur Stein, of Chic-u'o, Jatily
murdered his young wile. He hid the
body. Even while there wis no dis
turbance about her absence, ho went
to the authorities and told them what
deviltry he had done and where tbe
body could bo found. His. tale was
found only to be too trn'e. He is now
on trial tor bis lite, l-.vcry circum
stance goes to prove that he is
demented, and was insane when he
committed the horrible deed
Smallpox is driving terror into the
hearts of ChicaKoans. The fourteenth
Ward lurnishes most of tho cases. It
is the paradise sought for by tbe hordes
of northern Europeans who daily
arrive in our city, some o! them cov
ered with all sorts of disease, from
itch to smallpox.
Frank Allen, a pork-packer of Chi
cago, could get no work, grew de
spondent, took an extra drink, and
then cut his jugular vein and let out
his tired lite.
The ' Citizens' League," of Chicago
are taking steps to save the girls who
are inclined to walk: in tho paths ol
The Grand Lodge of Odd Fel
lows of Illinois are having a glorious
time down al Hpring6e!d, the State
capital. Governor Collum and the
Mayor of Springfield are doing the
honors of the occasion.
Hydroger, liberated by naptba, is to
be the great motive power of the near
future. Chicago is wonderfully "ex
cited over tho prospect ot water being
so ntilizcd by this naptha gas as to so
reduce the cost ol running machinery
that horse, manual and water power
will be at a great discount. It is esti
mated that where it now costs ten
dollars for wood to run a locomotive a
certain time, by this new discovery ol
coal, or water f ael gas, it will only cost
seventy-eight cents for naptha. This
applies to all kinds of machinery, as
well as locomotives. Experts have
great laith in the results promised.
At rest is General Gcorgo A. Fitcli
formerly a prominent journalist cf
And now dramatic circles mourn
for the loss of Mrs. Mary McVickcr-
Booth. wife of America I great traso
dian. Edwin Booth. Death claimed
her a few days ago in New York, after
a long and distressing illness. She
was much beloved by all who kneir
her. She was an actress of fine ability,
through the most pro tulnent streets to
the station-house. In a abort time be
bad a hearing, and was dischaged.
Chicagoans feel very indignant at thiB
The other day a Mr. Boulin, ot Chi
cago, could get no work to do and
jumped into the river and was
Prof. h. A. Burnham. a Chicago re
vivalist, has just returned from Cal
ifornia, whero he was in attendance
upon tho ceremonies of erecting the
new 12-inch Clurk Telescope in the
Lick Observatory on Mount Hamil
ton, and ia observing the transit of
Mercury on the 6th inst. Mount
Hamilton is 4250 feet abovo the level
of the sea. Soon tho Clarks of Cam
bridgeport, Mass., will have the 3b'
inch telcscopo ready for the samo
observatory. It will bo tho largest
rcfraoting instrument ever con
structed, and will cost $75,000. At
present the W a-hington -u-inoh tele
scope is the largest in the world.
And General Muhone has bulldozed
Virginia. Well, his cheap notoriety
will cause him many hours of remorse
that is", if he lives long enough to
return to his senses.
In , IStiS railroad freight rates
from tho East to Chicago wero
over two couts' per ton per
milo, now they are only about
three-quarters of a cent per ton per
milo, over the principal roads. Mr.
Nimmo, Chief of the Bureau of Sta
tistics, Washington, attributes to this
great reduction in rates our immense
increase in exports to loreign coun
tries of our domostio produce an in
crease from fl42,O00,(MK) in 1871 to
over $'.102,000,000 in 1881.
Mr. Siemens, of Siemens k llalskc,
Berlin,, and, inventor of tho electric
railway motor, will soon bo in Chi
cago, with his patent. New York
railroad men seem to thiuk his motor
will be a success. ,
Since IStia the Unitod States has
imported over 3,000,000,000 pounds of
tin, at a cost of over $173,000,000.
A Hiud iVord of Advice.
If you feel yourself growing weak,
your strength failing, the natural
functions of the body becoming im
paired, tako warning in time; your
system needs iron, which, when com
bined with proper vegetable extracts,
rroduoes a tonio ot rare medicinal
effect. Such a rcmody is Brown's
Iron Bitters. Buy it of your druggist
and do not be persuaded to take a sub.
stitute, for, this is the only remedy
which gives permanent strength. It
contains no alcohol, nor does it black
cn tho teeth. It receives tho univcr
sal indorsement of clergymen, physi
cians. drugxists, and all wno navo
S. Mansfield k Co.. W. N. Wilkcr
son & Co., an.d G. W. Jones k Co.,
FIRE AT AiKiVIUlItX.
Total DenlriM'Hoii of the AeatN
einj ttixl Odd Fellow' Hull
The Work or mi InreiHlinrj ,
Noiil's State Guiottc, 19.
Last Tuesday morning, at daylight,
tbe splendid Academy building at
.Newborn was discovered -to be
flames. The citizens hastened to the
scene, but the fire had too much the
start of them, and all they could d
was to sadly view the rapid and tot t
destruction of a building in which
they all had taken so much just pride,
Tbe building, a substantial two-story
frame with tbe Odd Fellows' Hall np
stairs, was totally destroyed. J here
was no insurance on it, but
the Odd Fellows bad thci
etlects oovcred " by an insurance
of $0D1 MUs Hollo Fortune, tbe
teacher of musio in tho Academy, lost
her piano, organ and guitar. I he to
tal loss by the fire foots up to abou
91000. IJelnnd this disaster was th
excitement ot abolishing the town
charter of Newbern and thus, abolish
ing tho sale of liquor in the town
The election is Jo come off on the 30th
ot this month and by somo the bro l
connected with opposition to the abol
ishmcnt of tho charter. Even if this
ia true, if it be the mv-aris of Newbern
getting rid of whisky, a great good has
ueou caeapiy nougut. mass mcci
ing will be held there to-day to con
aider the fire, the school interests and
the abolishment of the charter. W
trust the meeting will be largely at-
tecded by representative men with
nerve enough to do what is rig -it.
Her remains will arrive in Chicago
to-night and will be consigned to the
tomb to-morrow from Dr. Ryder's
church. Her father, Mr. McVieker,
of McVicker's grand theater of thi
city, and Mr. Booth aro reported as
Pullman cars are rapidly coming
into favor in England.
Somo time ago Mr. E. A. Tbomo
len. Deputy Collector of tho First
Illinois Collection District, mysttri
ously disappeared while his accounts
were being overhauled as to a short
aee of over $1000. Several days after
ward the decomposed body of a man
was found in a remote attin room cf
tho new customhouse building, and
wai generally believed to be that of
tho defaulting clerk. This theory has
lust been exploded by some ol l inker
ton's detectives, who unearthed tho
supposed suicido in New York. He
is now on his way back to this city to
answer lor bis emtio.
An outrageous outrage was commit
ted by twool Chicago's policemen tho
other day on Hon. W. W. u linen,
Chicago's self-made eminent criminal
lawyer. He hadjust cleared a client
and they were leaving the court when
the client was rearrested, Mr. O'Brien
interfered and offered to satisfy tho
civil claim. Ice omocrs wanted to
jiil the offender. Mr. O'B. took his
client' part Mid strong language fol
lowed. Tho policemen bcoauie wratliy
Encouragement lor Hard-work
X. Y. Trihuno, 18.
A new danger is in storo for the in
nocent householder who has the mis
fortune, upon going home at nigbt, to
to had bis house or rooms invaded by
burglars. Hcrctifore bis life has been
in danger in case tbe intruder failed to
make a precipitate retreat, or he has
been compelled to slip quietly away
and give notice to the police Now
however, it he is so bold as to attack
and bring down bis man, that is only
tbe beginning of bis trouble. It th
next morning be should be foolish
enough to hasten to the nearest police
court to prefer a charge of burglary
against his prisoner, tho chances are,
according to one ot tbe latest decis
ions of the judicial bench, that he will
be locked tip in tho House ol Detcn
tion for itnesscs. Such a case oo
cuncd last week. The burglar leanc
from a window, broke his leg, and
was taken to a hospital, where he
iM sure of excellent care and treat
ment. The man whose rooms h
broke into was unable to give bond
for bis appearance to prosecute the
criminal, end so was placed in du
rancc, whero, perhaps, he may havo t
remain until tho burglar's fracture
limb is healed and he n able to go t
court. This was a singular proceeding
a gratilying one though, to all tb
thieves and burglars in tbe city. It
cannot but have a tendency to deter
the victims of criminals from taking
steps to bring them to justice it th
complainants sec in store for them
selves several weeks or months of im
prisonment, whilo tho burglars or rob
btrs, who never seem to cave any
trouble in securing bail, aro free to
walk tho streets. Injustice is of'tc
worked in this way in the cases of
persons who make complaints of lot
tery or policy dealers, or of men from
out ol the city who are plundered in
ways to which strangers are more
liable than city folk. Tbo victims are
locked up as witnesses unless they
can give nonas ana tnis, oi course,
impossible for thoso without friend
in the city to do whilo the guilty
persons go practically free. It certain
ly seern" that some better method
scouring the ends of justice ought to
Promotes a vigorous and healthy
.rowth of the hair. It has been use
n thousands ot cases where tho hair
was coming out, and has never faile
to arrest its decay. Use Burnett'
Flavoring Extracts tbo best.
DaiuaKiug Report, II Kot Flag
Tho following articlo appeared in a
lading Jewish newspaper at the
North and is credited to tho Helena
(Ark.) World. We hopo that there is
somo mistako about it, but bring it to
the attention of tho Anchor Line, to
Inch the Gold Dust belongs, and to
public Ifc not true it can be
easily corrected; if truo, there should
o somo reconstruction in that line.
The articlo is already public property,
has gono the rounds of Jewish
papers and cannot bo hid under a
ushcl. Here it is:
Saturday evening last twolvo Rus
sian Jews, including a mother and two
children, aged 3 and 2 years respect
ively, passed up on the steamer Gold
fust lor Memphis, having bcon pro
vided with deck passago to that point
by friends at Greenville, Miss. They
were unable to speak English and
were crowded in a small space fur in
the rear ot tho steamer within a few
feet of a number of dirty roustabouts.
This would not have been a coroplcto
cause in itsell lor tho notion that we
hall eivo,but taken with other things
is full, completo and terrible! Tho
noor creatures wero first observed by
several passengers, as they begged by
signs lor Eoinuiung te sausiy iticir
ungcr, and at this, charts
wero mado by those passengers
obtain lood . irom the
toward who said "that ho had noth
ing to sell thcm;that they had bread
and that was enough; that rebel sol-
icrs had lived upon corn and they
could do the same." Finally whilo
they were begging pitcously, tho ruato,
Dig Duriy leuow, urovo tnem pciow,
ot however until tbo second clerk.
Langlouis, had exhausted himself in
saying that he "wanted no foreigners
in the country; Americans were tho
only people who should live here,'
etc At this the passengers before
mentioned went below to tho narrow
place where tho poor creatures were
and brought them apples and other
articles bought at tho bar, which were
devoured with ravenous rapidity,
Again making an effort to obtain food.
if only for the woman and her little
children, who pleaded strong enough
with the wan laces to melt a heart of
anything but stone, the" passengers
were told that nothing would be sold
ar, an, as ine provisions uau io
bo kept for the crew. FindiDg that
nothing could make an impression
upon the merciless steward who was of
courso indorsed by his superior ot
liccrs on tho boat, thoso men sat down
at the supper table, picked up tho
meals, that were spread before them
and conveyed tho food to the mother
and her little ones as there was not
sufficient for all. When they had
arisen from the table with tho food in
their hands, that inhuman wretch, the
steward, stepped up and" said: "We
don t allow that here, thus putting
himself upon the lowest plane of
bestiality. "But we allow it," was
the response, and the beast in human
form concluded that it would not be
healthy to do anything or say any
moro, and put his vile carcass out of
tbo way. 1 ho immigrants had a letter
to that noblo and bigh-minded gen
tleman, Mr. Elias Lowcnstcin, of
Memphis, and will be properly
cared for when they reach that
place. They had good faces,
and belonged to the better
class of tho working pcoplo of their
country. When given food, tho little
ones were so overjoyed that they
rushed up to their new friends and
kissed their hands several times while
the poor mother looked a thousand
l, . c I . ml !
Blessings one or ner eyes, inis is
written in no npirit of exaggeration,
and is a plain and unvarnished fact.
Judge no Lit. J. Alcorn, ot Jackson,
Miss., is one of tbo men who strove
to relieve tbo sufferers; another is a
young man by the name of Nums, em
ployed by Col. Ed. Richardson, and
the third is the Editor of tho World,
whose namo is given only to let the
ublio know that we aro not informed
y rumor or report, but by observing
the awful things themselves. Brutes
in tho shapo of human beings are never
so happy as when oppressing tho weak
aim iuo ueiptess anu me vuo eiuncy
hearted wolves of the Gold Dust
seemed to bo in one of their most
lurely must havo relieved an isssnse
amount ol poverty and want.
Tho system is so simplo any child
can understand it, and each State con
trolling its owa Benoticiary Fund, pre
vents tbe accumulation ot any very
large amount in any ono man's' bands
at a time.
"The General Relief Liw, providing
for tho assessment of, tbo Order at
largo in caso ot an emergency, cuaran
tecs the prompt payment of the benefit
duo, in any caso. ibis ono feature
alone has mado tho A. O U. W. the
largest Beneficiary Order in cxistenoe
to-day, and one of the most popular
institutions of the kind in the world.
On the lu'th inst., bcnehoiary dralt
No. 381. for $2,000. was sont Mrs,
Arabella Bieclow. wifo of II. C.
Bigelow, late a Hjeniber of Equity
Lodge No. 20. This gentleman re
cently died at Littlo Rock, Ark., with
typhoid fever. He was a prominent
a- r i i -tl l
9 'I Si
niniitl tropical leuf of rare v Oue. it rn-
talns jnut the elements ncoeKnary to nourish
and invigorate both of thee great orKani.
Rod enfely rontoro and keep then) in order. C
in a Fwi iLU?mf(iy mr an tne (iie.iiro
Hint run ho runno in tlin lower part ot tho bodr
for Turpid Livor, Headache. Jitundtoe.'
imtinesfi, urnvet, rever ahu imuanai
rover, ana all difficulties of the Kidneys,
Liver and Urinary Organs.
It is an exoellent and lafe remedy for fe
male! during Pregnancy. It will control
Menstruation and is invuluabla lor Loucor
rhoea or Falling of the Wemb.
Al a Blood Flintier it Is unrnnaled, for it
The lrn1luc8clrntlUorto-4tn asrrea
member of the A. O. U. W.. and was m08t i"" " earned by disordered
.. i . i nr rvmnci or uiyrr. II, inereiore, mo niuiioya
quite young, being only 25 years Ot ago Rd Livor are kopt in perfect order, porloct
r. his ilp-ilh aealtn win oe tne rosult. 1 his truth tins on it
Tho price now charged bv the Grand 11 ',V.aJnllZJff'y !
Lodge for new benoficiary certificates find relief. The discovery of Warnor'i Halo
is tl.OO. and fur earth clianirn of rliree- Kidney and Liver Cure murks a new era in
ri l " the treatment ol tnese trouoioa. Mado
nun, uu ucuta.
Tbo per capita tax duo from Subor
dinate Lodges on January 1st, 18b2
will bo 7a cents per member instead o
50 cents, semi-annually.
No doubt about it, as has been
froven in a thousand cases, coussens
lightning Liniment is a blessing to
all sufferers with rheumatism, lame
...Af..ia nnnnina nAffl O 0 1111
UttUfc. MUUJUlKiUt nuiu.uo. -uvi.no I Am a Ulnnii i'nr tiar it ia nnrnr
hnninnu nml trill also curfl fittaV.D. enrrn the or am that iiakb the blood
I Tu: i Ui-.L. 1 J 1 I
ring bone, galls, scratches, etc, on iiWinuFS wrihi
animals. I of any medioine uion the market, and is sold
Kor sale bv W N Wilkerson it Co. y lrugfi."ta and all dealers at Bl.M per bot-
i or saie uy v. n. tt uacrsuu a tu. Ue nt mMpt cniuiro for wahnkk'S
I K 1 ITH I 1 (K kl ,K K PIK'-IVir-
Tliri nun hundredth, anniversary of Kemedv.
Daniel Webster's birth is to bo celo- H. H. WARNER & CO., Rochester, N. V,
bratcd at Hanover, N. II, on January
18. The Governors of all the New
England States and other distinguish
ed persons are to bo invited.
The nnblishcr of "Bradshaw," tbe
famous English railway guide, was a
Jir. Adams, wno oieu in jjonaon a
fortnight ago. Ho was a modest, re
tiring man, and few people knew that
ho was a diligent student of Schopen
hauer, and that when he left bleet
street his evenings were devoted to the
study of German philosophy.
Whoso complexion betrays
some iiuimliaunf; lmncnec
tion, Trhose mirror tells you
that tou are Tanned, Sallow
Ciiarlkstos. S. C. Jan. 20. 1881.
II. ll. wa-ineb s to.: Mrs iiiy ami uisiigureu iucouiuciiuh.u,
wife's peouliar sufferings were com- or Lave Eruptions, Kedliess,
pletely alleviated by your balo Kidney lfnnirhnf'SS or miflllOlOSOniO
and Liver Cure. II. C. Moselt. iinfa nf eiimtiloxion. tto sav
" If .11.. 1!n ,
m, t. t . , ... I IINH II.IU.lll N illillllttlth astullls
icei uiiLic .ledger ion printing ,,t 0.7,. i i a
r. . i IlIBauencaU'. liUium-)Biiu
tho latest styles, and tho office gencr- dellglltlol article, producing
ally is kept up to the highest standard the most natural MM entranc
excellence intr TJUIS, lllo Uiuiiciunty ux
which 110 observer can detect,
and which soon becomes per
Rheumatism, neuralgia, hysteria,
fcmalo weakness, etc, promptly cured
with Brown's Iron Bitters.
S. Mansfield k Co, W. N. Wilkor-
son & Uo, and U. W.Jones & to,
Memphis, Tenn., April 20, 1831.
II. II. Warner k Co.: Sirs I
have been a sufferer from infancy with
a diRcase of the kidneys, which yielded
neither to doctors, medicines nor min
eral springs. A few bottles of your
Sato Kidney and Liver Cure, however,
tcstorcd mo to perfect health.
Uabe . hooker.
A Henitj'a Plnuofortea Maosift knt
n" holiday presents: snuaro srrand Piano
fortes, four very hitndsouie round corneru,
rosewood caso, three uni-ie.ns Ileatty'a
match ess iron fMroeH.i'tool. book. cover. bn d,
iH.7ti to 8297.50: catalogue prices, 800
to 1000; satisfaction guaranteed or money
refunded after one year's oc: upright piano
fortes, Uii toM'J.ta; catalogue prices. 8.1-00
to as)UO;standard pianofurtei of the universe.
as thousands testify; tvrite for inammolh list
of testimonials; P.eatty'g cabinet, organs, ca
thedral, church, chapel, parlor, :n upward;
visitors welcome; Iree carriage meets trains;
illustrated catiloeue (holiday edition) free.
Address or call upon Unuil i llcntly,
Washington, pew J crsoy
TO THE PEOPLE u. SOUTH.
Klttara Moniitaln anu ita Il-roe.
A his nry ot the battie, October 7, ITS I, and
the events which led to it, al'tor two years
spent in prepa ation, is now publlthod and
ready lor delivery. The author, Lyman C,
DKAi'in, Ij.1, i), has siient 40 years in gather
ing materials lor this work, which abounds in
stirring recitals ot adventure! and hair
breadth escapos, alike interesting to old and
young. Hit descendants of such men as
Campbell, Hhelby, Savior. Cleveland, Laccy,
Williams, llamhruht, IVIcDowall, vv'jn ton,
Hammond, and their othcers, now living by
the thousands thioughout tho riouth, will
welcome this permanent rocerd of tho glori
ous event which turned the tulo ol the ".evo
lution, Tho work contains 012 pages, on fine
paper, beautlluliy bound, with several itoel
portraits of the Heroes, and nttmerons wood
etiti, with index of 5000 references. Fries,
vt. Sent post-paid on receipt of price, or may
be oil 01 agents in every eountv.
PElfcK G. THOMPSON. Publisher.
No. 171 Vino Street. Ciurinn&ti. O.
A-AncntH Wanted fir unassigned terri
tory, bend for terms, circulars and sample
WAVs'Kls.-A rsre chance to
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Showing up the New York of to day. with its
palaces, its crowded InorougliUros, its rush
ing elevated trains, its countless lights, its
romance, its mystery, its dark enmosand tor.
rible tragedies, its enmities, and In fact every
phase of lilo in the great city. Don't waste
tlmo selling slow books, but send for circulars
giving rail table ol contents, terms to agents,
etc. Piospcetui now ready and torritory in
great doinand. AddreBS 1
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given, and reference to cured
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mancnt if the Magnolia Ul)
Is judiciously used.
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El Ih) fff) lfl
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A. O. I". W.
Point Here nml There ( oneeru
iiif Thi Live Ortler.
NaMirille L'anncr, 19.1
Deputy Grand Master W, R. Muse,
of Rellbucklc, instituted Beech Grove
Lodge, No. lib', at Rccch Grove, on
the 12th inst.
Thcro arc 2G names on tbe charter
list, and the members think this will
be swelled to 100 by January 1. 1882.
Mr. Muse will have two more lodges
ready to be instituted next week.
The (). M. W. leaves here to-night
to instituto a lodgo in Humphreys
county, with lorty-live charter mem
The law passed at the last session of
tbe bupreme Lodge, relative to the
reinstatement of suspended members,
is having a wonderfully good effect.
Until July 1st, 1832, and no longer,
any one who has been a member of the
Ancient Order United Workmen can
be reinstated regardless of his ago, if
ho can pass a satislactory medical ex
amination, and payB to the subordin
ate lodge a sum equal to the amount
charged by tho lodce for conferrinor de
grees. He does not have to pay any
bacK assessments, i bis is a most ex
ccllcnt arrangement, especially for
those who. aro becoming advanced in
years. Two gentlemen were reinstated
tho past week, one 52and the other 53
I Mi H
P fS .
ERCNVX'S IRON BITTERS are
a certain cure for oil (Uncase
requiring; a completo tonic I cspe
cially Indigestion, l)ynpcpsla, Inter
mittent Fevers, "Want of Appetite,
Loss eff Strength, Lack of Ilncrfry,
etc. Enriches tho blood, strength
ens tho muscles, anil gives new
life to" tho r.crvcs. Acts like a
charm on tho illcstivo organs,
removing nil dyspeptic symptoms,
such as tasting tho food, lleiching,
Heat In the Stomach, Heartburn
etc The only Iron Preparation,
that will not blacken tho teeth oj?
givo headache. Sold hy all Drug
gists at $1.00 a bottle.
BitOAVX CHEMICAL CO.
Haiti moro, Sid.
fa that sit Iron flitter, tre mul. tT Tlsowa Clttvrriw
Vu Adu biro cruAKd rri 1! 4ud l: Ails uuk oa ursH I.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
S Mansfield Co, W N Wilkerson & Ci
and 0 W Jones A Co, Wholeiale Agents.
A YEAH and expenses to sgefks.
Outfit free. Address P. .
Vlekery, Ani(tiNta, Main).
Dr.Stinson's Asthma Remedy
la nneqnaled aa a positive
Alterative and Cure for
Asthma and Dyspctsla,
and all their attendant evils. It does not merely
alluru temporary rener, nut is a permani'oi cur
Mra. B. F. Lee. of Belmore. tX.Bays of It:
turprUed at the iptxtty eiWj 0 vouv remedy.
No. 431, R D-In tho Probate Court of Shelby
county. Tenn. S.illie II Hickinron. adm'i
of Klir.i Hope, dee'd, ot al, vs. lenuio J-ur
ns et ai.
IT appearing from the or!ginn'. bill filed
heroin, that this it a procetdi ig instituted
for the purpose of winding ui (he estate ol
Eliza Hope, dee'd, us an insol ent estate, as
provided under the laws of 'f nnflAHR! it is
rdered that all persons havingcaiuis sgainat
said estate, make thoir pernoDal .-vproarance
horein, at the courthouse of our said Probate
court, in Memphis, lenn., on or before tbo
Drsl Konday in Jlarc 1. isl exhilut their da
mands properly Authenticated and have them
selves made parties hereto, else they will be
forever barred both in law and eouiiyand that
a oopy ot tnis ornor be pubiisncd onco a week,
for four oonsecutive weeks, in thopuhlic Led
ger. IBIS fcovombor lolh, 11.
A eopy Attest:
OWEN DWYER, Clerk.
By Kcou B Ci-i.lfv. I). C.
H M Hoalh and I' B Anthony, sol's for oom-
piuin.nt. b 74 SO eo
tht flrrt mfttrtne tn tix years that hm looxenm my
emian and made expertoralUm eaty. J now KUfit all
nitiM without er)uthtn0." If your dnurirlHt doea not.
keep It, send for treatise and testimonials to
833 UriMKtwiky, new Yorau.
years of 850.
The rapidly i
Mr. Longfellow, who is fond of tho
theater and always goes to tbe "first
nichts" at Boston, is minted as saying
that S'iii..'i- ilos.-i'a piitormance of under the Fnpremo Jurisdiction, f20,-
' King Lear is the nuest interprcta- ww. in the oM.-r at lartc, 1I (,IKW.
is causing a vast amount of work for
the Grand Lodge, Officers and Com
mittees, and it is being dispatched
prnnipt'y and satisfactorily.
Tho Revised Constitution of 1881 is
finished, and one has been sent to
each Lodge in tbe .State. Should
more bo wanted, they will cost ten
cents a piece.
The monthly statement of the Su
preme Recorder for the past thirty
days makes a very crediable showing.
There are 106,000 members in good
standing and 3000 Lodges.
There was disbursed in Tennessee
during the past thirty days f 1000;
No. 431. R T)-In the Probate Court of Shelby
county. Tennt issoe Sallio 11 Oickiiisn.
din'x of Kliii Hopo, dee'd, et al vi Xenuio
rarrn et ai.
IT appearing from the originsl bill in this
i caii.ei wtinh is sworn to, that dclcndni
lean 19 r arris. r s r arris, n 11 c .a no h, rli.n.
Kmiua Orny and Oiay, children of Kva
ami iticnsrd uray; Kichard liray, Addie
Klston, Jnrrett Piston, Orcen Borders. U VV
Borders, Hcrry Borders and any unknown
heirs of Klina Hope, are non-ros'dents of tre
Stats of Tennersee; it is ordered that they
make their appearance heroia at the
courthouse of our said Probate Court, in
Memphis, Tenn, on or bi-foro the first Monday
in January, 1SN2, and plead, answer or demur
to comidunant'i bill, or tame will be taken
wufiwOd is to them and sot lor hearing
iimrte; and that a copy of this order be
published once a week for four consecutive
weeas in 1110 riiour LC'irer.
Tbil November in, 1681.
A copy Attest:
o 1" DWYER, Clerk.
Bt H. B. Cuu.y, 1). 0.
K M Heath and i' B Anthony, solicitors for
Artesian Well Water,
LIKE ULUE LIOK
No. 534 Main Street
"collared" the lawyer and hustled him tion of the jiart he has ever seen. j 'Ibis enormous sum paid to wicjfcw j , if
Dr. E. C. WgsT'a Uravg akd Hbaijt Trkat
MKJfT; a speeiCo for HyFtoria, Pisiincss, Con
vulsions, Norvoui Ileadacho, Mental repres
sion, Loss of Moinory, Spermatorrhoea, lu po
tency, Involuntary hmissions, Premature Old
Age. oaused, by ovor-excrtion, leif-abuso, or
ovor-indulgence, which leads to misery, decay
and doath. One box will cure recent cases. N
Kach bog contains one month's treatment.
One dollar a box, or six boxes for five dollars;
ent by mail prepaid on receipt of price. We
guarantee six boxes tocure nnycs.se. With
each order roeeivod hy us forsix box s, accom
panied with fire dollars, we will scad repur
chaser our written guarantee to return the
money if the treatment does not effect a cure.
Guarantees issued only by A. HKNKKKT A
CO., Wholesale and Retail Druggists, 215 Main
itroot. Memphis, Tenn. Orders by mnil will
receive prompt attention. MxxxiiiiSPdjfw
BeforeD 0 Slntithtor, J. P. forShoIbi' county,
Tenn. Mallory, Crawford A Co, yi, Daniel
A no tows.
IN this cause an attachment having baea
. sued out under section aifi nf llm ftndM nf
Tennessee, and returned, lovied upon the
property of the defendant, hy g-irnirhinont,
and affidavit having boen made that defend
ant is Indobted to tin plaintiff in the nun
of $.8.S5, due by account, and tbat
the claim is Just, and that tli Hcf,.n.
aut is a non-residont of tbe State ol Ten
nessee; it Ls therefore crdored that said
defendant make his personal appoarnnce
before me on the 21th day of Docsmlmr, 181,
at 12 o'clock ru., at my office. No. V Madiron
St., Mcmpliis, Tenn, aLd defend snid attach
ment suit within the time prescribed by law,
or the same will be proceeded with oxnarte;
and that a oopy of this order ce published once
a week, for "our weeks, in the Public Lodger.
in i tne ittu day 01 r.ovemi er,
tM7a7H DCBLAIIOHTK't. .1. P.
rjERTinCATE So xl. finoo -toc'x 5 mug
J City Jns. Co. of Memphis, Toon , incur, I '
to me April 1st, 171, his been :,H or mi. laid.
I hereby ward a I fiom buying or negotiating
for samo, as duplicate has bom snpHci for
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- DEALER IM -
Guns, Pistol3, Fishing Tackle,
BOOa AlfL TRUNK I0CIC8,
Itoy Flttlrift, Hto,
No. S3 MAIHrtOX KTHICKT.
aarKapalring promptly atteudod t .;;