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hilLKDAY, : : FEB. 6. IS88
The Coanmlaaioner ol the New York
Bureau ol Labor Statiitics bM pub
llshed n report, which is of extreme
Interest t this time cf strikes and
sTUufsles on the part ol working peo
ple. He givf b many interesting fac s
end fignrts. stid smong other things
diacueses the subject cf less being paid
to women tbsn to men itr the same
quality end quantity of work. When
the public buy an article from a store
they pay the same price whether the
artic'e was made by a man or a
woiran. W'by, then, should the man
ufacturer pay one price to the rxaa
who midi a portion ol the ai tides
aod a lower price to a woman who
made ant tVr portion? On common
senfO principle the thing la inexpli
cable and absurd. Yet the commie
aionei'a rejort kforms oa tint "as a
rul, women's wages are very much
lees than tl o?e of men, while, in some
kinds of aork, in which loth men
and women are employed, men can do
superior work, the difference in waaea
isouttf H rni'oBu'jle proportion to
the tuperior ty of the service." Evi
dently such a sit'i.tion is aj unreason
able a-sd stupid as It Is unjust and
condemuable. How ucq n
almost barbarous cmtim have come
Into existence? It looks like a rem
Bait c f antiquated custom, a mere fol
lowing cf the doings of past ager,
when woman nd her work were very
differently tbciiRht of to what they a-e
today. Ano'her very interesting por
tion of the report refers to the aubjact
of strikes, and there we find the fol
Ijwlng very importanfrstateineiif! "In
very rare irntances lire itiikea favored
or encouraKf d j the' working people
tl the State; the cflkers ol the trades
onions would always prtlar tibuve
their difficulties settled by other
wians;toe mijarity ol the strikos
that occurred in the State lait year
were occasioned by reductions of
wiRes made by employers." The
comralsaioner goes on to Bay that on
the occurrence ol a depression, or ap
pearance ol depression, tome employ
ers, to increase their profite, reduce
wsgee, refusing any other explanation
tban that they cannot rT rxo:e;if
pressed they protest that "they pro
pus to conduct their business their
own way." The report adds aa to the
employers i "They lepulae the com
mittees ol the shop and the officers of
the unioa which is involved in the re
duction. They are responsible for the
trike which follows, for the evidence
' abundantly proves that in most taws
the men are willing and ready to ac
cept concession." Yet theae are the
men who call lor police to arrest
or soldiers to short down men who are
natural' indignant ogalnet such op
preesIoB and wrong. The report pro
ceeds to but Mat the employers com
monly speak of the tiaies unions with
coatemit, which remits in bad deling
being engecdired, and adds: "A lull
. explanation shoul I alwnya precede
reduction in waes, but seldom Is any
real or true explanation given. A no
tice is suddenly potttd up, without
warning, of a 10, 15 or 25 pr cent, re
duction, and in some ins'nncea no ap
ihuI Ib htard. This bareh tnatment
has, ol lU-tlf, occasioned great many
strikes, and ory serves to still lurther
embitter and intensify the hard feel
ings which exiat, and to daisy and
make the final settlement more diffi
cult." This is no one sided statoraent:
it tomes from an unbiased officer tl
the SUte who has every means ol as
cer:aialng the correitaess of the state
menta he makes and is responsible lor
them. The commiaaioaer finds ft geu'
eral conviction among both workmen
and employers that the remedy lor the
evils that exist mil t be fought in a
system of arbitratioa. Coming fiom
a source ao authoritative the
Sta'ementsJ ol the New York com
tnissioaer can neither be whistled
down nor denied. The situation ol
things between employers and em
ployed is becoming a danger t) the
public wtlfu-e. II It continue an in
port ant portioa of our population will
become habituated to riot and uisor
der, and effectual remedies should be
provided before what is now occa
aional shall become habitual, or law
and order mut suffer. The Ameri.
can people rebelled ajta'.nst oppression
Irom across the sea, and they will not
submit to it within their own borders,
and such oppression as this official
report reveals must be stopped.
The facta revealed in the New
York But) report it U . important
the public should knosA neither the
workiugwomen cor the workingtnen
ought t) be subjected to oppression
any innre than parmr.t d to break the
law. The report also sjiowa the value
of such a State institution ai a Bureau
of Labor Statistics. The conflicting
assertions ot employers and employed
' leave in doubt facta which the public
ought to know for the conservation ol
law and order. Every S'ate Bhould
have such a bureau, and it the state of
things bitveen employer and em'
ployed existing in New York is found
tj be geatral, Congress will know in
what direction to legit lite. Therein
danger nhead in connection with the
labor question, and it will be wise to
remove evils in time that if neglected
rosy become overwhelming.
workingmen from the necessity ot be
coming tramps should be neglected.
The greater portioa ol these unlortu
nate perrons are mere laborers, men
without the knowledge ot any special
trade, and to elevate a good propor
tion of this class to the rank t( arti
sans, versed in the knowledge of some
trsde, wouLl be to reduce the host ol
tramp. Apprai4ly the beat way of
aooompliabing this result is by the
general eal4.ahaient of manual
schejls, where youth receive a train
ing expressly adapted to qualify them
lor learning any tiele to which they
may be put. Such a school tu just
been established in Toledo, O., by the
liberal beqaeht tf Mr. J. W. Bcs.t.
The course ol instruction there covers
three years; the pupils must be at
leaft fsarteen years of age. The ed
ucation given is equal jr divided be
tween meLtal S adies and 1 a-ning
practical work. The studies include
arithmetic, geometry, applied mathe
matics, science, chemistry, mechanics,
mensural a, book keeping, Eoglish
grammar and (Imposition and other
branches. The practici t arqiirements
are nenmanahir. drawing, the uee of
tools, including carpentry, wood turn'
irjr, p.fctern-makin. , fo'ging, silder
dering, biar.ing and bench and ma
chine work in iron. Yotilis a'caui-
nlifihed ai this school will
actonpliuh them will be in re'
quest arufig employers, and with
their Intel gence end knowledge cf
the principles ot the processes they
engage in, they cannot, as a rule, be
come other than superior workmen in
the trades to which they may devcO
themselves; they would benefit their
country, nt tramp over it. With
such artisans tho "pauper labor of
Europe" could not tc-npete, and high
skill and Increased invent ve power
would give American manufactures s
high character in the world a com
inoren. The BuHict of technical
sch 's must have serious and prac
tical attention.
05 1IIE
Land Question mad Coversment Aid
for Unemployed Working men
Davitt's hpeeeh.
Nur.sniaM'.i mlveii hill.
The eilvar bill offured by Senator
Bhcrmar, which propo&ta that the
uovernmenl shall buy aid (tore silver
bullion, on the value of which certifi
cates are I ) be iteued that will be cir
culated as mo aey, ia attracting much
attention. Though acknowledged t
be better than the preterit system, as
the certificates would represent the
actual value of the silver deposited,
and not 20 cer ti oa the dollar lees, as
the presetii dollars and certificates do,
it is gfnera'ly condemned on other
grounds. It is asked why the silver
mine owners should have a monopoly
of government purchase? Whf cop
per, iron, wheat Of cotton should be
excluded from eojiylng a similar
privilege, il such a privilege is to bs
conferred at all? 1 ho bimetal lit t see
In the bill a total upsetting ot their
system, ai the silver, valued ft'. gold
rate, would be as much a mere re pre
sentative of got J ai the certificate is s
repreeentativs ol silver. Also as
the ratio ot silver to gold is constantly
chnnglng there would be unsteadiness
in tba va'us ot the certificates repre
senting it, which would render the
certificates unreliable a currency.
Twelve years ago a sliver dollar ol
the same weight and fineness aa the
present dollar was worth more than
the gold dollar. Any important gold
mine dlsnovery or heavy t tiling off In
the production of lilver might pro-
duco the same effect again, or seri
ous decrease in the gold production,
with as increased supply of Bilver,
would bring about the oppoeiti re
sult. In ehor, the silver stored up
by government, like other stored
merchandise, wool 1 be But ject to the
fluctuaions of the uson' law of Bupply
and demand.' The whole matter is
onetf a purely business mt are, and
Congress alio jUI doal with it not npoa
bimetallic or rxonometal'io theories,
or s favoring mine ownore, or in con
nection with paying delti or receiv
ing such payment, but on pure com
mercihl prlnclplos. The man who
sills merchandise tf any kind
buys money with it an much
hi he who parts with his money, buys
meichandlse, and the nioiey ought to
be worth the merchandise aa truly a I
the merchandise is worth the money.
For the gorernment to have to single
out a particular article ot produce
fion a'l ethers, and trade upon it by
putting out notes with the silver aa se
curity for their paymsnt, is generally
regarded aa a misapplication of gov
ernmenUl function.
Lokdok. February 6. The Marquis
of halisbnry to-day received a deputa
tion of unemployed workmen, who
called t urge upon him the nece'sl y
existing for government Dei p. Jira
r-aliabury told the men tl as he con
sidered the question they presented
more serious tnsn tney imagined, hp,
however, deteunced the policy ia
vogue saong foreign governments of
fostering industries by toe grsoung oi
bounties from the public treasury,
ra ling it a false political economy.
lie expressed the nope that tne elect
ors of Great Rnstin wonld give Par
liament the power to inflaence loreign
governments toa' sadon such poli iea.
Concerning the land quetton,
Lord ealnbury sua tne proposi
tion to help the poor by furnishing
land to reclaim" was irapia.-ticdble, for
t:i tennon that nabodv would invest
capital in the work of reclaiming lands
so long m the good lands 1 1 the coun
try do not dsv. In conclusion, the
x Premier dec'a-ed that e'a'eemen
sod' I'ailisment must conlront the
nnealion of to best to B(lo
t ie problem of relieving the preset
Keneial distreae, wuitn was g'owiD
while the (ovulation was increasing.
tKl suDDOtt tf private en
titrnriRM mlffht be a uoid wav to affurd
twporary relief, and thepromitionof
public works might be snother. He
would do his utmost to contribute o
a satitfactorysolut:oi of the problem,
Tl, Kurl nf Aberdeen. Lird Lieu.
Aberdeenshire. Scotland,
has been sppiinted Viceroy of Ire
lind. I'a on Wolverton, ex-Pymas-
tr (Jennra1..bas been sppolLtid for
master General. The new government
U now conn Mid. All the minor
places are filled.
Liberal member fir Harkney, the new
At oroey General, in bis add reus re
nil nut no r-R ectll.n t)V XllS CODSUMl
mt i. Drotlilms bimwlf in favor of
I lwins Irishmen to aeai wnu irmu
questions oi lrlin soil, wnne at t ie
mma timn h favois ma ntainins al
thn mf luiiBnls of tho Bunrema y t f
the crown. He aivo li es a "resl
unio , founded on mutual good w.r,
which, be aavs. would be sure to fol
low the abandonment of the present
coercive relatione between the two
speaking at Holloway to-ninht.sald he
bilieved Mr. uiaasione was mo umjr
English a'tt smsn thtt bad the tour
age and ability t grapple with the
Irish problem and efUblish peace
with Kng'and and Ire'und. The Pre
mier, Mr. Davit', said, hud already set
ted the question cl religions ine
quality, and had made an honest av
tempt to solve the land problem. Ilia
failure to deal with the lattar quett oa
at due tjths fact that be had not
goae to the root of the matter.
PasBonscr Trains at O'llliamsville,
Ark. Engineer and Fireman or
Memphis Kille-J.
thence t Ofocomowoc During n
absence cf some time be continually
kant nn ntrrMirondenmf With her in
nnmowoc. learned ol bis mamere and OF FAS C
immediately commenced a suit for di
vorce. In his anawer I therwood de
nies each and eve-y ellegation made
by bis slleged wile, and rays that he,
KAindr m-.i nnmarried man. was privi
leged to marry Mrs. Cla a Parker. He
admits of knowing tbs plaintiff in the
auit. He states that she is not his
wile end claims tbat the rnt is a
scheme to ex'o t mny from him.
4wl7 Letter Frewa Florida
Akoat lb 'Id Wcalker.
A number of Memphians who hsve
groves in Florida will find the follow
ing eit-ncts I rem a Iduer rainvw j
ginil-man in tnis cry yesieraay
(rrm Timnt nnite interesting, ine
Utersav: "lte present weather is.
tue most severe, m iub u u i. iuu,.
tai.tsays, which Taupa has known in
nlty years, we were iiram mo
orange trees were killed, but they
were not, tboonh most of the l-mb
and Imit have lillencff. The ground
in my yard is covered with O'aoires,
yet a good many remain npon the
treee, tbongh 1 think they will all fall
off. The trees are put.ifg oat bnds
now. One morning uur.n tne ccia
epell I found the wi t r in my wash
bowl fr zen to a solid c. kr, ai:d ice in
tuba o! witr over an inch t iiik,
which remained o for siy.iral rays.
Icicles ain.o t es large as my wrist
and ever so !ag hucg from
the b(toa of the ciitirus,
or tanks you won'd call thero,
srd from the darks along the riv-r.
One day we had a little lias snow, but
ucne lay on the gtound. N was
at Palma H, la, and she says tie
torches were cjvered. Bilow there
the toys indulged in unowbal', toxe
thing qnite novel for Florid. Every
body looked as if thev ha I gained as
much fia. h s they ilreartv bad, they
wore so many clothes. Alunst every
lady lal on two or three drtsies, and
the m n bad ui many euits. ens oer
the other. hUn who had lived to a
good old without an overcou
made theroHclves the possessor ot one
in hasie."
Willi Mnloin Abiiit the Prohi
bition Anlimion.
shonld think untq ruled and ot which
I can convey no idea. She told me
tbat aba 'liked eilett'melunchcly
men.' I answered 'that I bad no
doutt of it.' "
Little Kock, Akk , February 6.
At 3 o'c'oak this mo-ning pae8ngr
train No. G03, whi. h left St. Louis at
S "0 o'clock Thursday night, co'lided
mi Williamaville, Mo., eighteen miles
north of Poplar Bluff, w 1 1 the fast
H. Louis passenger train from Mem
phis. The operator at Mill Creek,
a Uw miles f-om Williamsville, f.iled
to stop the Memphis train, owing to
the signals failing to work, and the
train from St. Louis wai going about
eigtteen miles an hour when struck
by the
Both engines went down the ' em
bankment about twenty five feet and
were badly wrecked. No damage was
d -nt to the rest of ihe'ia'n. Engineer
'.V I ice of the Memphis train and his
ft enmn, utrne nuknown, were inatari-
t killed. Uo livd in MempUis. fcn-
gini'er Walker of the St. Lfinw t-am
umoed from trie t ain aDci was naaiy
i iiued. Hi fireman, name nuknown,
was caught btteen the engine snd
tender and crushed U d"th. Wu'ker
froin Aurora II. Engines were
sent f;otn Poplar B'nffaud both trains
want oo. the t-ain from hi. ijouia
n anhing Little It ck at 8:30 o'clock to
A Perollar Cnu Tiiat la cariiiDs;
H acta Int rest al llileaic.
Aa Apparently Hniall Hntter, bnt
r Vail Impnrlnnoe to Hllle ra.
Tbs appearance of the tramp in the
I'nited States is a deplorable event)
and no practicable means of relieving
What Onr tlontentporarlei Have In
May Abaat Oar ('bans of Farm
Searcy (Ark.) Bmcon: "Tba'.ater
ling jairnal, toe Memphis Appkal,
has ataidoaed 'the blankttsheoi' aid
now comes to us in the form ot an
eight-page paper, neatly pasted and
trimmed, and present! quite a metro
politan appearance. It is one tf the
bet and most roliab'e papers in the
Brownsville (Tenn.) Matt aniBtt:
"We congratulate our esteemed ton
temporary, the Memphia Ari'SL,
upon its continued prosperity. It bin
Ut.-ly adopted the quarto form, which
greatly improves its appearance. The
Appial stands in the iioot rsnk cf
live, progressive newer a ere, and its
Democracy nas never Deen qneeuonnu.
The pf opls look to it a the great
Democratic tt :3hor in the fcouth."
Laaiar ( Miss.) Democrat- "The Mem
phis Appkal bai made a vatt im
provement in changing the style of
the paper. It ia no longer a blanket,
hot a nice, newsy journal, one that we
hkat read. We wish the Appal
continued success."
Fomerville (Tenn.) Reporter and Fal
e: "The Memphis ArrAi sp
pear Wednesday as an eight-page
i-even column folio, cut and patted.
The change adds to the attractiveness
of ths paper, making it much more
convenient to the render. We are
glad to chronicle this forwaid move
ment and evidence cf enterprise in
the 'Old Eeliable. It is now ons cf
the la -Rest, ai it baa long been ons ol
tbs ablest and beat, of the Southern
Milwackbb, Wis, February 5.-8.
II. Stamona, Secrotary of the National
Miller' Association, baa sent ont a
circular to the millers ol the country
relative ti a clause Inseitsdin a bill
introduced in the Hou'e ot Repre
sentatives February 1st by the Hon.
Abiau 8. newitt ol New York, which,
the circular says, will prevent export
ing millers from securing the rebat) of
duty on Jute lugs. Accompanying
each circu'ar Mr. Heamons sends a
to.e advieing the millers to aend their
circular to the member of Congress
from hla district. The clause referred
to reads ag follows: ' Drawback lu In
tended to cover the whole a neurit of
duty paid, and piojf of the landing
abroad shall be furnished. When the
drawback is less than flOO.OOO the fie
for consular c-it ncates shall not ex
ceed 60 tents." "This," lays Mr. Sea-
raons. "rtais very Innocently, out tno
practical effects of it would be
to kill the collection of draw
backs on fbiir liis." If proif
of 1 Hiding abrcad, m understco l in
Custom lawa mmticnsist of the bwo n
(laclarations of tho merchant to whom
the rrerclumdiee s consigned or tno
eertificnte of tho master and mato of
the exporting vessels and the mer
chant. The master and rnu'e mnst a'l
uppers bi f ire the Unit-d ti'iUes Uon-
r:iI at tlia nort of delivery. In the ex-
. r - . r n
portation ot lu'ge quauuues ci iimr
bags, made up of innnmciuhle small
ahipmenti from various millera, varia
bly consianrd to the ordor of the mil
lers thtmselves, ttie cost of hutticg
op t the port of dolivery every man
to whom the (1 mr tan finally be deliv
ered, and of then getting the mnitcr
and mate of the steamer to go aiound
with Buch conai(?nees and execute in
numerable certifiia'ee, would be found,
the circular lays, absolutely impracti
cable in the conduct of business, aod
millers n'e nrged to notifytbeir Con
gressional Representative the dis
astions effect this would lave upon
the milling interests.
The Armnlronw ('as.
Ut ivn. Hi.. Kehrnarv 5. Bishop
Beckwith announced the decision of
tha ecclesiastical court in the Arm
stioog case thia morninn. The court
found Armstrong guniv oi vioihuuk
hla ordination vow. He confessed
drinking beer in a hotel and visiting
houses cf ill-fame. Although on a
laudahle mission, it was aot setting a
onivi vTnmnln to bis fljek. The pen
alty is tot more than tsn years' sus
pension, but the bishop bai no', pro
nounced the-sententa yet.
IcoasitsroNDKSC or tk appcal.!
Coiiintii. Miss. February 5 In
jo tr issue ot the 3d instant appears a
comnmninaco i I'om some pbrsoa iu
lli.rlutb. who make loans very wild
and coLlliitu g atn menta renaming
tha nrolabit o i a 'Un ion in this city
The Btatumi-i t is mid that ' 000
vo'-er oUol atitil of 850 asked for
the hi it," which U correct if he wiil
admit tlia pemons livii-g outside of a
raiiusof five miles of Corinth signed
the netition. and also tbat there is a
faint tuspicion that the petition in op-
yngltioi to H wag timperea wnu bv
ackmi. As remird the "maes-meet-
ing," it was a huge attilr-il we allow
tbkt a hundred or more colored min
isters jttended, who were present in
Oorinlh at t le time attunding cooler.
ence. Of course they are nl large
tax-i avers, meiding within a radius f
five miles f Corinth. As regu'ds t
maioritv tf the tax-payers not favor
ing the repeal of the law, if the wr.ter
ol your artida will a'te the pains to
examine the bher ff'a books snd then
the names on the respective poiitions,
he will quickly come to the com In
mn t'mt he has n.ade a very wild
tatemeut in a m meit ol sad-
Ann and nncontrolUhle enthiiBiatrra
As (o whether the repeal of the law
"wonld be the worst thing tba', cnu'd
bs done lor the town," one has only
to look at the vacant store-rooms,
amntv dwelling, deprec ution of prop
artv. decnaie in receio's of cotton
and tha increasing tide tf emigration
to tho West, and then he mi judge
whAthnr it ia "the worst thinB or not.
Rnfnra thn introduction of this law all
was very d'lTaret t, and two-thirds of
ha rAnidnnta of Corinth know it. A
majority (f the legal o'era and the
linmst tax navers have sinned a pe
tition to repeal this law, one which is
actually killing the town, and we hope
and trust that onr i ili.iiei t and car ful
Legitlatnre will ray :i-ef. 1 attention
to the wishes oi a majority ui nn
legal vrtirssrd tax p'yers who an u
alls llv within a radius of five milei
of Corinth, aid not in graveyards and
There is one fact apparent. The
coi.tinual egitat'onof this siit-jut t in
Cirii th has it rred up more f tr.f and
hard fmlirgi among our citisens than
iny other qneHtiou, aud all that the
"leal voteis and largest tax-ruyets"
denireisto submit the question to a
vi ti at tho bailot-brx, or, in other
wordc. give ns local ottion and put an
end to this everlasting dickering and
quarreling. The btst ii threats ot
Corinth demand it. cinRKi knda.
Cuicaoi, In,., Fabrnary 5. The
dily press here is givinaf the action
I r libel commenced by Police Jiwtice
Meech Btninat the Kev. Abbott iu.
Kittridee conciderable prominence.
The aition is husrd oa a decla'a'ion
made by the Hi v. A. E. Ki tredge, in
a seriLoa last Sunday, tLut nuny ot
the jounces were m league with tne
crimiDaU. using the 1 d'owing lan
guage: "All fear ol the law is mpidiy
pafBicg from tne minus oi wicaeu
in n; law oreaKera ure ooiy urriwieu
to beset free at the solicitation of
wine alderniep, or in return for a
handsome brihe.'ns wai true this pu
week, when one j jsiice, by the name of
Meech discharged a company of
gimblers at the request of the latter,
cf aiging the t flnee from gumbling to
disorderly conduct and aekingonly
the fine of 11 fr m each. Ii twviows
with s nnmherof ministers ot the city
are printed in which they ell declare
that R?v. Kittredge is a conscientou8
man and tr at he will undoubtedly be
sus'tioed by nis conirregnon auu
church people generally until it is
shown that he is wrong. A number
nnniialifiad v sustain uim on the rec
ord ot the release of the gamblers in
the manner ata'ed. Jut-tice Meech de
clares that it is a personal matter with
him and trat be will prosecute tne
catie to the end.
A Wbole Family Barnrd to Heatn
In Thrlr Honse.
Sennailonal itlvorre Sail.
WArKssiiA, Wis., February 5.
The suit for divorce bionght by Mrs.
Nellie K. Phillips ot New Yo-k agalnet
(tiL Wm. L. t utherwood of Oonno-
mowoc. is now on trial in the Circuit
Court here before Judge Ulcno nod is
attia:ting much attention, ine uo
fpndant was married iu February,
18S5, to Mrs. Thomas L. raraer, tne
widow tf Cant Parker, a Chicago
millionalie, who died several yeai
ago. Mr. and Mrs. Catherwood lived
on a large farm a few milfts out of
Oconomowos. Soon after their mar
riage the plaintiff in the present suit
put in uu appearance, and inttitnted
proceedings for divorce on the ground
that she had been ma-ried to Ca'her
wood in New York. The complaint
alleges that the marriage was iol
eniniaed in New York City betweon
plaintiff and Catberwosd, snd that
herself and ths captain lived together
ss man and wifs f it a period of from
ten to twelvs years. Sae budadre
making establishment, which was t f
csnsiderahle profit (she bains known
by customers as Nellie F. Phillips, her
maiden name) ; mat on a tiu w
Capt Catherwood took it upon him-
sen to go nm, kuiub
XfrRnicooB. Ia . February 5. Albert
flooUv. a farmor residinu three miles
: 1 ' ... . . ... t m
Irom here, wun nis enure nimiiy, tua-
sistingof his wif i, two boys and one
little girl, were all burned to aeam in
thnir hnnsa lint nicht. Nothing dfQ
nlte ia known cf the horrible affair
txrent that the cbillren bai been
irk. and tha narents had been up
with them dunnfit the nieht. About
morning CVoley took some cosIb from
the Btove, placed them in a shed ad
joining the bouse and then retired.
The shed took fire, and finally barnei
the honse and family. The bouse was
a oce-ttwy log, with an attic.
DUIrHaloar Aeeldent.
Rrading, Pa., February 5 A nsoit
dmtrcesiDg accident occurred here atl
o'clock yesterday. The north-bound
train nn t h Chenanca and Alleaheny
miitmH loll this citv on time at 12:42
o'clock, and was getting f tirly under
wy wheu it dashed into a sleigh in
which were Christian Daubsnspeck,
hiii wife and a Mrs. Harper. The team
took fright aod ran ott, dashing across
the trsck jostin frost of the approach
ins train. The locomotive struck the
In (Via rvntr. sn aibtCB It UO.
The occ npants were thrown out and
sustained icjories almost certain fatal
.11 naiihnnck had his sknll
fradured and several ribs broken. His
wife bad both arms ana one m
broke. Mrs. Harper bud ooe arm
broken and was badly cut about the
head. All are supposed to have re
ceived internal icjurieB.
Wreehed by a Btallroad Train.
Tolkpo, O., February 5 At Edger
ton, O., last night a sleighing party of
fourteen penoas attempted to cross
the track of the Lake Shore la'lrcacl in
frotttf an approaching freight train.
Seeing tbat the attempt wa likely to
fail, the tarty was thrown into confu
sion, tome endeavoring to bold back
the horses, while others tried to urge
them forward. The locomotive struck
the ! igh, injuring more or lees se
veiely six ol the occupants, one, Wm.
Harkid, fa'ally. The others will recover.
Elizabeth Stuabt Phrlps will have
nn illustrated bil ad, 'The Tenemnt-
Konse Fire," in the March H we
Aw ike
It is rumored that Mr. C. B. Patten
ot 8'ate ftreet, Bwtoo, is the "Ameri
can Bunker" wtose "England" is at
tracting so mnch oolice at present.
D. Lothb-'P k Co. issue this month
Mrs. Sarah K. B ilton'a Soewl bluiut
in England. The volume ia rich with
fad i aod data for political economists
in America.
Mas. Shbrwood, in her "Rjyal
Girls" f ir the Ma ch lvd Awake, will
thn rnmnntiR ti St meetine if the
beautiful Enpress o! Austria with
Franc Joseph.
n ns G. KiNOBLtY. a daughter of
Canon Kingsleyt wi 1 have an Alpine
mner in the March nuie Awake,
"Stoned by a Moactiin," that bet
aniats will enjoy.
Mb. Charles Wooduuby, a personal
friend i f Ribert Toombu, publishes in
the Febrmry Overland some very
miinnn memories of him. denling in
part with bia relation to the CWed
urnla ninVHnlitnt. and UUOtjng AleX'
otxlur KlenhenB'n ouinioas of him and
of mm, confiJentiaily expressea
to the author, and iu part
with bis quHlilici as a gai
mi. frinnH " u hiiHt- and companion
llirl Mr Tonnha been president' ot
h, n.nfidarncv. or fcal he and Atex.
ai-der Stephens been the cor.trolling
nirlii itis 1 1 belief of many that
the rusol: would have been far other
Tn Fflhnmrv Oirrfand contains n
analysis of the situation as regards the
ii.rnmn ixrnuiaiion truaiv. uy iuo
in tlniffd Suts Minister to Ger
m,in tha Hon. A A. fcarzent. mr.
fu l i ust ice to the embar
raiwinir noBitinn in which a liberal
construction ol the treaty leaves
th German military policy, and
thn wav in which it would lunnt
the unpatriotic spirit of three who are
triino to eac&Be the uuues ui euuot
nuiriin m Amnrican citizens, but
navArt hlM. hcHn that if Bismarck
insists upon conetruiug u ttncuy, i "
necessary that we shall obUin some
enlargement of its privileges.
The Febrnary Otwand Monthly pub
linhes m a leader a summary of the
Chinese exclusion discussion, whicb,
after candidly considering the argu
ments on both sides, decides that the
position taken by the Pacific coast,
thioigh its law-abiding majority, is
toand. The Oivrfand also Bives
a bearing to Mr. John Hittell
on the other side, so far, at leait,
as tha ecoroaiic consideration goes.
The (Wand is rapidly making untrue
the beliet which has done so much to
u'iei ate Eastern sympethy from the
Pacific coast in thia question, namely,
tl at free discussion of it is net per
mitieil tharp. and that consequently
the best opinion ot the coaat has never
kmn tioarit fmm. aid wonld re
verse, if expressed, the popular
'o p.ipii TDirraeli has inst pub'
ii.hut in Tendon another volume of
his brother's (Lord Beajoaefield's) let
ters. Thev were addressed to his sis-
tr dnrinr the t arlier years oi bis social
and political career, and contain ac
countt of interviews with Louie Phil
ippe, Prince Albert, and other hwd
ing men cf that time. His literary
frcanentlv referred to, and
there is an axooxtof his first entrance
into Parliament and the f rtlure of his
first speech. Here is his record of his
firtl mett ng with the lady who sub
.Mtl. harame. his wife and whoje
influence on his career is known to
hova haan verr ereat. The meeting
oi nartv piven bv Bulwer
"I was Introduced 'by particular de
sire' to Mrs. Wyndhsm Lewis, a pret
ty little woman, a flirt, and a rattle ;
indeed, gifted wi'tb a volubility I
In Brnalfor Charily and Iranian's
ft rip In II.
To tha Editors of tba Appeal :
"The earth is His loot-stool:" and
onr portion ol it is now covered with
"The Beautiful Snow." And as we
tit by our wkrm and ccay fireside and
think of sll the blessing snd conifMts
this life csn furnish for erjayment,
onrheait gcee oit in teaifuiBvmra
tby for tt ose who aie now Buffering
from tne deprivation of all these.
They a-e onr bro'heir, ehildien of the
lame Fa'her; bnt they have been im
provident, oifrrtnnate, perhaps, in
their birth ; ao inheritance of evil all
through lite. But the Almighty One
has f uid, "Feed my lambu" "He that
giveth to. the poor lendeth to the
Lord." Oh, wbt a beautiful admoni
tion ! And shall we not do it? Evea
now, ss I writ-, the gay and fashiona
ble the blest of our tommunity, are
busy preparing fo- the inauguration of
a great charity ball, to toraecfl an
nually in behalf of these lorrowing
onea. May the God of all the heavens
and tanh blms them. And now to
the dear old Awxal, our esteemed
morning visitor for over thirty years,
ever ready to help, to ent oarage, to
stimuli ti warn, t) defend, to ad
vise, to console, to progress Memphis
and ber people in everythiog good
and awptatb, I come fo: aid aod
assistance in what I believe to be
a good cause, cherished and fostered
by a noble woman, who is now reaping
ber reward in the beautif il land, be
yond the enow and to d. It wr s
the intention of an orginizition
of f 03d and benevolent women that
Memphis, our good city of Memphis,
should have no street beggars, no
women and little children and invalid
husbands languishing in want in their
liit'e poverty-stricken homes. Bot
that all the piople (with money in
their pockets) should come forward
with an anneal subscription of a $2
membership. This would give us an
abundant treasnry fiom which to dit
pente good giit giiti from all the
piople! And a committee of Belf
sacrifi'iing ladies (whose duty it was
to visit in pers n the bom s of the
needy and the applicants for help)
were to dispenbe these gifts with
judgment and propriety; snd also
to Sfek emp'oyment or powt'oa for
bands now folded in betplermdlemee,
that hope nvght b revived, industry
encouraged and self sua aining powetB
established. And as we hae, through
suffering and much financial sacrifice,
become the thnneat city in the world,
we might also become tae happiest
city in the wo'ld, a light set upon the
illtop, the radiant glory ol the neio c
South. Hence, sprang into existence
the "Woman's Exchange," offspring
of this nssociaton, already a pub
lic benefit brimcing f jrth much truit.
And many thanks irom grate
ful beaiti, are due the dear
old Appeal and all the Memphis prees
for giving it a vigorous lifi and an un
precedented auccess and run. We ask
the same mnuence, so jioioli.uj wmm
into enthusiasm this tffort, in calling
upon every man and weman oi large
or limitid means to enroll themselves
members ol the "Women's Christian
AssociatiDn," before the enows oi
another winter shall shroud in dark
ness and (loom these pit ons scenes
ef suffering and want. We to not
claim equality on the same piane who.
our biothers aod husbands, but allow
us to bs ' the helo-ui'jet" otman.
Give us an opportunity, 8." .
For Toilet Use.
Ayer a Hair Vigor keer the hair soft
and pliant, Imparts to it the hwtre aid
freshness of youth, cause It to grow
luxuriantly, eradiratna PandruiT, curen
U aoalp diseases, and is the moat cleanly
of all hair preparation.
JIVFD'C Hftir V1r ,,M tf1
M I til O perfect HatUfantion. I waa
nearly bald lor aix yeAr, during whica
lime I uwil many hir preparatioaa. but
wil limit uiYii. Indued, vlint U1".
liair I had, wa growing lliiiinr, BnUl
1 tried Aver' Hair ViRor. I usod two
boltles ot tin: Vigor, and my lnd u aow
well covered with a new growth of hair.
JmUou B. Cliajul, t'eabody, Mass.
that ha become weak, gray,
and fudml. muy have new lila
and color restored to it by the B ol
Aver'a Hair ViRor. "My lair wa thin,
failed, and drv, and full out In largo
iiuantitiea. Aver- Hair Vior stopped
the tailing, and runtored my liair to iu ,
original color. Aa a dressing for tbw
liair, this preparation has uo equal.
Alary K. Hummoud, btilhvaU-.r, Man.
wipnn youth, and beauty, la tha
ViUUllj .warauro of ths liair, may
he preserved lor on indotinita period by
the use of Ayer s Hair Vior. "A di
eiiseof the scalp causod my hair to be
come harsh and dry, and to fall oi
freely. Nothing I triod HBO.mod P. t' '
any eoim! until I comnftwicod rsiujf
Ayera Hair Vigor. Three t'jttlea
this preparation reatorod my hair to a
lienltiiy condition, and it uow sort
and pliant. My scalp ia ciirixl, and it
is ulso free from dnudruil. alia. t U.
Fuss, Milwaukee, Wis.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,'
Hold ti) Ilruni'ta and Porfuniem.
T'r.nraiT safety, prompt aoflou, and
wonderful curative, properties, aily
place Ayer'n l'illa at tlio hoad of the Ut
oi popular remedies for Sick and Nerv
ous Headache, Constipation, and all alW
nient originating iu a disordered IJver.
1 Imve iM-en a great sufferer fiom
Headache, and Ayera Cathartic Pilhv
are the onlv medicine that lias ever
given lue relief. One doso of theae I'illa
will quickly uiovo uiy boweU, auu free
lay head from pain.- William I- i'-ge,
Ui'cliiuoud Va.
Ayer's Pills,
rrenuetl lv lr. J.O. Ayer Sl
Huld by all Dealer la
(V,.,ToweU. Uu.
I HEREBY wrn the public from tradiss r
miv in certain rots mad by ! on
no'" nr $301), due Jan. 20, I'd ' nti lor SWv
due .T'l . i &", and one for tJO, do Sept.
2S, laS". - liaya' le to ths order of Mrr
I.. K. Wailiwnro . TUe cnudition for ahiih
the above note ei liven H't beins eom-
tlied with, I rafuxe to rnv tbom, and hare
y give notice to tneflect. y FKB,NV-
A rti ror HrntM( tyttn.
lit 3
unw mmw. M M s-a rTr-v WKT Ifr."
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Absolutely Pure.
Thia powder never vt,rlea. A marvel of
purity, urength and whokaomsnefa. More
...i..i than tha ordinar; kinds, and
ennnot ba Bold In oompeuuon w-..u i.m
multitude of low teit, short weight alan- or
,,Kn.r,hntn DOW.Ieri. Boia nn'V -".
feiliKO Pi.wnim f!o.. HIS well t.
. Ko". t
Funeral, Directors,
AJOLL and eompleta atoek of Woe I srd
lH-Ulho C&aea and Caeketa, Oloth-Cov-ered
Caaketg and Barial Robea alwar nn
baud. aarOrdera by ulecracb prompUi
an. a.
Memphis, RirniluKbmii l Allan
tie Bnllroad :m(enHlun.
Orvics o 1
M KariiiH, IttxaiauHAH and Ah-astit ;
MaMi'Hia, Tunm., Jnn. 30. 18.6. !
niMU'l) PimPO.ALH eddresied 1o the
O imderfiRued and nd'--id on the out
side of the envelope "TUN DKlt." wij: ba
received it this office unii 14 o'fl'i"'' to. oa
noinlajr, r.bruury IHe.
fur the Graduation. MriBonry, lliiditins,
Tre.t ft and Cross-Tins fi' tbat imrt of the
Memphis, Binning a in nfd etlatitie Kail
road lyin betwofo the Illinois Central and
the Mobile and Uhio Railr"ds. being about
sixty WI miles in Ipnrth. liofilcaiidfpee
ifirationa enn be aef n at this office, where
printed forms of t.nder can bo obtained.
Contractors are relocated to biar in mind
that tenders will not be eons;dired anlws
made strictly in accordant with tha printed
forma. This company reierves the right
reject any or all bids.
It. fll XKMPLE, Chief Bnine-r,
Cotton Kxchanice Buildiac.
TBS flreatemt Medical Tnnmph of ths Agsl
IMof appelits, BoweU coetle, l'ala la
ihTnead, with dull mansion la Ibn
back l'aln nnder ba ';-
blade, Fallnaas after eatloc, with nSla
Inrllnatlnn aa aaertlon of body or mind.
a feeling ot aavmi " , .VI
Wearineaa, Ulxiiaeee, ii""i ;- -
Heart, Dot before She eyea, lleadacha
over tho rlaht eye, Itle"n.B" 'l1'?
fltfnl dreams, Illulily colored Ijrlne, an
rrncrs riIJ are especlnlly odnrtea
to such raAOf), one doso erTeeu snch
ehnnFeofleonniraa WaalonUh Mierer.
Thev Inrreaae the Appetite.andcaiiselo
booVlf tTm ou Kle.li, thus the WJlom tt
ST.Ji.h.H i aid by their Tonle Action on
proln'l. tTlrya.-ic. 4IIHiirraTM.."l.'
Kenovatea Uie IxKly, makrt healtny riesn,
Breinrtovns tlie weak, repalra the wastes ot
the syrtem wiUi r bkKl ami hard muscte;
ton Uio nervous pystem. lnvipratea the
brain, and impart tlie vijjor oi mouhOOd.
SI. Sold hvdnwtrlt.t. r -
iafIn:K 44 ira u rrn v St., New 1 orK
Boiler Works.
140,142,144 Front, Memphis.
rai r. mi tmaiST BOILER SHOPS
J in tne South and tha only eomiUta
Boiler and 6t-Iro Works in weeny
uiiutahM ..r keati tlat Iran
warn of every mmt Iptloa. Bpaotal
altastlna rmi wlantotlon work.
TFBGIXIA, TaylaravllIeP. O
J eipal. Session betins IMipt. SOS and
nda Jane Otn. uotaiof uee nnoa ap
ltEAt. ESTATi'.
No. Mt4. R. D. Ooneary Conrt ol Shelby
oooi ty Bute of Ten neeeee for its own on,
etc., vs. Catherine lloran at al. -
BY yirtue of an interlocatory decree fcr
sale entered in the above cause on tho
IHth di c Deeemb r. im5, M. U. M, nan
M, I will sell t puWie aootion, to I be hKb
est bidder, in front u tbo Clerk and Master's
office, courthouse el tine by county, Mein
phls, Tenn., on
Halardny, Erb , IW,
within lenl honrs, tho followins described
preterty, situated infhelby county, XenLea-ioe,to-wit:
. w ....
Lot 'fi, nioca m, r v cmnn s raoaui
tlon, 4SH by M feet en the went side o I Or
leans street, southwest corner ef alley n rth
of K. Paul street, bold aa propeity ef M.
V. Myers.
Lot block 16, eaat side st Third street,
50 feet sonlh of Gtomia street, M by ll-'S'
feet, rold as property or Tbnmaa Maaie.
Lot :l. blork lf. east side of Third street.
10th ward, 24 bv U fart, the north line be
ion 74 feet south ol Ucomta sueet. Bold as
property cf f homes Nacle
Lot lit, block 1, frontin 31 ferton the east
side nf Water street, P.irt Pickeries:, and
innnins back 60 feet. Buad as property of
the Oriental Powder Co..
It 13. Polk's sni divisisa. 80 by 170 ft on
rnnth aide of Ueoria street, the westl ne be
Inn 3(0 teet earr of Orleans atrees. Sold aa
prosertv of J W. Pnrnell.
Lot 40. block 11. eat sideef Second street,
24 by 'il feet, 94! leet north of Alabama
trtet, 10th wrd.
Lot I. block 11, ca-tsideef Pceond street,
24 r.y fretnorih of Alabama.
Lot ti, block tt. esst side of tieoond street,
24 by 1 0 fix t, 10th ward.
Lot 43, block 11, cast side of Second street,
24 by lOi feet
Lot 44, block 11, east aids of rVoend-etreet,
24 by 100 feet. Hold aa property of Samuel
Bcheiblf r and others.
Lot 22. block 17, north aide of Carolina
street, 25 by 100 Itet, tl) leet east ef Ponrtb
atreet. Sold as property of Thomas Nelson.
Lot 21, blo-k 17. north aids of Car lina
street, 25 by UO feet, 7A feet east of Fourth
atreet. Sold as proterty ol Thomas Neioo.
25 by 1T0 ieet, 25 feet out of alley cast of
Thind atreet, 10th ward. , :'
Tirai nl SaU Ot, a eesdlt f ail montha.
..I. BttL .u..i(. L..M..l.J.MilniiirMl: P
lienreUined. rdeB4.tioa barntl. Tbtsfek
ruary 1. IK!. .
A. 1 UrNlWRLL. Clark and MaMer
Tt j. M. Brmdlev. Uennt Clerk A klaeur,
l 1. 11 tUtakall, riurnrrtor. j

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