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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 188G.
3 LABOR RIOTS W BELGIUM OTEB THE SISSDOM. Utgt at tbe Xercj of tie Ac.rcli fete, Who Ira (ontrollinf the More meat. Brihslk, March 24.-The strike befrun by the minora at Iiope a fort night ago in extending rapidly all over Bc-lium. It baa now practically as sumed nniversal demand by the miner of the country for an increase of wage, accomttanied by a decrease in the hours o( labor. This labor movement at Liege is under the con trol of Anarchirta, and the city is really at their mercy. In many in stance mobs of Anarchists have otopped people in the streets and de manded money, threatening violence if it was not Riven them. They have a) broken the windows in a great number of houses and shops. The garrison is confined within the bar racks, in readiness for service. A pamphlet called the Catechitm of the PeoHe is being industriously circu lated. It teaches the doctrine of gen eral redistribution of wealth, and urges the use of force to accomplish its pr ctire. A large number of war ' rants for the arrest of persons engaged in the disturbance have been issued. A man Dauied Van Wagener was to-lay sentenced to six months' im prisonment for inciting the Btrikers to pillage. A shopkeeper named Jacobs, who refused to close up his place yes terday when the sentry had sum moned hi in to do so. was shot and killed by the sentry while looking out of his window. His death has caused much excitement and the authorities fear that his funeral will be made the occasion of a riot. BISMARCK'S ELDEST SON. Mow she -Tonne (onut K era red Wife A Uuniantle Ntorjr. Paris Figaro: All is well that ends well. This at least is the verdict of Berlin high societf touching a some what sensational romance that ter minated a few days ago bv a marriage. iterformed quietly, indeed almost se cretly, in a chateau hidden in Lower -. The exceptional indulgence mani fested on this occasion in Berlin high society circles is explained by the unique position of the principal actors in this romance, the hero of which is none other than Count Herbert Bis marck, eldest son of the Chancellor and the new assistant of the Emperor uiiam, who spends an nour each aay in conierence witn the young oont. 'Ihe heroine is a princess more cele brated lor her beauty than her great name, and whose portrait by RU-nter, the son-in-law of Meyerbeer, attracted a host ef admirers to tho Berlin Kalon of 1878. A dart brunette, with per- lect dubi anu aeep creamy eyes, and standing in a walk in the midst of a leafv cark. inmnnniiil l.v a Tnnirnill. cent Newfoundland dog, the portrait evoKea ono oi tnose troublous visions which are but rarely encountered in the .mountains of Kilesia, where the princess of C. B. resided. The cata logue of the Salon gave no further in dications of her identity. It was soon known, however, that the portrait was that of tho Princess of Caroluth-Benthen, neo Princess Klisutbuth von Hatzfeldt-Trachenberg. While the Salon lasted Kichter's can vas had no more fervent admirer than a young attache of tho embassy, who is to-day Under Secretory of State for foreign A uairs, and who will be to morrow Secretary of State of the Ger man Empire. During the entire winter of 1878 the young attache bceamo tho devoted cavalier and favorite dancer of tho Princess of Carolath, who had quitted her residence in Silesia" to accompany her husband to Berlin, where his dnty as a member of tho lteichstag called him. This duty he performed with a teal that caused him to en tirely forget that tho Princess was a beauty who needed the most vigilant protection, while ho was absorbed in the questions of free trade and social economies. It happened that in the month of March, iHl, ' all Berlin," that had so frequently seen the Princess waltz with the son of the Chancellor, learned that she had suddenly taken her de parture for Florence to rejoin her dancer, then attache to the Embassy at the Quirinal. Tho anger of tho Chancellor knew no bounds, and th most virtuous court in Europe was scandalised. The injured husband was the only one who did not lose his head in the matter. He informed the fugitive that he would facilitate her divorce so as to allow her to re habilitate her character by marrying her seducer, for tho German code for bids the union of a divorced woman with the man who provoked the livoree. The Prince von Carolath did. not evince the least anger. Everybody looked forward to the immediate mar riage of the pair of lovers, when it be came suddenly known that the young attache was back again in Berlin, hav ing left his lovely victim in Florence alone and ill in a furnished room. The conduct of the count aroused the in dignation of compassionate souls, and the scandal caused bv the flight of the princes was changed ;into an ardent sympathy for her. People for the mo ment forgot that she was already of an .age when such escapades: are rarely pardoned, and that she had left be hind her a well-grown daughter of thirteen years. The Chancellor exercised hip author ity and threatened his son with the penalty of not seeing him forcvermore. To all the pleadings of the son to le gitiinatiie the liaison. Prince Bismarck invariably answered: ".No, I shall never permit you to marry the wife of a friend." 4 nd he sent the count to St, Petersburg, Tho Hague and London successively.fcut the count's passion for the princess, although the latter is older than himself (she is now forty), did not grow oold, and ho succeeded .a few davs agoin bending the iron will of the chancellor, who did not wish to sec his title of pnnce lapse in ihe family. The marriage took place four or five days ago ia the Chateau of Trachen, berg, the residence of Prince Herman Von HatefeJdt, an elder brother of the Princess Elizabeth The follow ing curiois cwncideece is worth men tioning: The mother of the princess, nee Countess of Keichrnbach-Gos-chutz, has' also been -divorced, after fifteen years of married life, at the very moment her dauglnter bore the name of Princess of Carolath, before becoming Countess and .soon Princess Bismarck. FOREIHM Ml.HcLLA9V. Alexander Onaurcal. St., Pktefaburo, March 24. Hie Jourvt D St. Petersburg censilres Prince Alexander of Bulgaria fr treat ing the powers with contempt in tho matter of his appointment by Turkey to be Governor of Eastern Iiouinolia, ami iWlares that his ofTe.nse in this i cae is :t!l tin graver because it will j encrt'.iiusc the Wrecks in their refusal to submit to the will of the powers by acquiescing in tne rervo unitarian settlement. Tne Panama Caaal. Paris. March 24. M. do I.c'is, during his address at the banquet Kiven him oy the municiiial authon ties of St, Namurre last evening, said that tho work on the Panama canal was making good progress and de clared that the water-wav would be completed in iSStt. Tbe qam la Fa tile. London, March 24. The tjueen, ac cording to the announced arrange ment, went in state this afternoon to open the ceremony of laving the foundation of the new Examination Hall of the College of Surgeons on tne l names emhauKment Mie was accompanied bv the Prince and Princess of AVale-t anil other members of the royal family. The weather was clear and licantiful and the people turned out in vast numbers along the route taken Dy tier majesty. The shops and club buildings on the way were uocKea wun nags anu streamers, and disnlnved an abundance of lnvnl mottoes. Tho royal partv was every- wuere receiveii wuu uie iiearuesi en thusiasm. alarming- rrli Kevell In tranre Paris, March 24. An alarming re volt took place to-day in the prison at I nalons. ihe military had to lie called In to quell the disturbance. The authorities have ordered an in quiry to be made into the complaints of the prisoners that their treatment by the prison officials is intolerable. Blnmarca'a Daetor and Ilet,. Prince Bismarck is aeuin indisimsed. it is said, and pleurisy is feared. That means work for Prof. Schweninger, the Prince's doctor. Schweninger is the Itoose of Berlin. Munich was to him what Brighton was to our En glish rising medico, and Bismarck's eldest son was his discoverer. This gentleman having had some sixty or seventy pounds weight taken oil mm, and having been brought out of the very back teeth of death, by following mat ins miner should also become a patient. Tho Chancellor was willini?. but he could not go to M iinicli, and the doctor eould not leave his practice thero without a quid pro '". The quid several hundred quid was found by his appointment to a pro fessorship in Berlin, which he now holds, in addition to an enormous private practice. He sees Bismarck diuly, had brought him into perfect health, and had so tamed the tiger tnat tne iormer periodical explosions in the Reicharath had entirely ceased, and there had been no change in the government since Schwenniger had charge of tho Chancellor s digestion Diet, not medicine, is what Prof. Schwenniger swears by. No drugs, no minerui waters, no "Kiir ot anv kind. Eat of only one dish, no matter what that may be. Uysters, lobsters, beef, mutton eat your moderate till oi mat, nut touch nothing else at a meal ; no vegetables, save perhaps a little salad, no sweets, no savor es, and do not touch one drop of liquid until nan an nour, in some cases an hour, after your menl is ended 1 ' The Queen It-raw lug-Room. One attain tho Queen has suhiect- ed a large number of hor faithful sub jects to the pains and perils of attend !.... o XI..... u I.- suK a'ai ii ui iii-iuum. x.verv one complained bitterly of the co d. The scrambling at the barriers was even more exciting than usual, and the women Bhoved and struggled for precedence with the most frantic ar dor, all being animated by tho wish to reach the throne-room before the Queen left, 'I here was a great delay in getting up the carriages, and it is certainly odd that these details are worse managed at the pulace than at any other house m London. It would really be an act of real charity if Lord Sydney would institute a tea room at these early drawing-rooms wnere women could indulge in harm less yet recuperative refreshment after leaving the throne-room, as they always have an awful time to wait, and most of them appear thoroughly exhausted. The Queen came in ten minutes after time, and left in t ree-quarters, of an hour, after receiving the diplomatic corps (who mustered in full force) and the entree people. Princess Beatrice (who looked remarkably well, but rather cross) was dressed in much t etter taste than usual, and stood next the Queen; but when her majesty left the throne-room tho Duchess of Edin burgh (in claret sotin and velvet, with magnificent jewels) passed in front of Princess Beutrice and received tho rest of the company. The duchc wore half a dozen orders. Prince Henry of Battenbure stood behind the ladies, arrayed in his Volunteer uniform and wearing the ribbon and star of tho Garter. Mr. Gladstone, wno wore the unitorm of a privy councillor, was engaged for some time in conversation with Sir llenrv Pon sonby. Ho looked very well and in capital spirits, and Ixml Kosebery seemed rauiam wun aeiight. Queen Victoria and Mr. Lanflrjr It is reported that, after a quarter of a century's abstinence from theatrical entertainments, the Quo n is coins to command a dramatic perfor S ancc at Windsor Castle, and that Mrs. Langtry's company nus Deen selected to attend. The statement, so far as the latter nor- tion of it is concerned, seen s almost incredible hut if it be true, it is earn estly to be trusted that her majesty win not gauge the capabilities of tho histrionic art. or of the dramatic au thorship of tho present day, by what is then presented to her. Knemift is a fair adaptation of a French novel : and an it Mrs. Langtry has certainly proved mat at last, and more quickly than eould have been expected, she has emerged from the dress-doll amateur into the serious actress. She has made a vast stride in her adopted profession. and, when engaged in the business of the scene, she re fly acts more than passably well, it is only when in the difficult position of being en scene, and yet having nothing to do, that she betrays lingering traces of the ama teur. But that Mrs. Lanetrv should be chosen as a specimen of or modern actresses in simply ludicrous. No donbt the Queen is anxious to see one of whom she has heard so much ; who was theteterrima causa of Lord Lons dale's gentlemanly exhibition in fe public park last year; and -whose name, though in a different way, is al most as widely known as her majesty's. To put any other interpretation on Uie matter would be disparaging to the Queen's intellect, and n affront to those actresses who are accepted as leaders of their profession, and who have devoted their lives ta the elabo ration of their art. A. OAnD To all who tie 'ifforio from tlia errora and InHiMrretiom of rcutb. n.rvoiii r.ikni. nri. deoiv, Inu of maahood, etc., I will end a racip. tnat will ear on, fHEK OF iHAKGK. Tbi craal reuadjr u dUjwer al by a viirrwnnrj ia South America od Wf-addrai ovl to ta Kv, J)&trt X Ism.!. Huttiun J), St lor . THREE SEGROES 11.WGED BY A MOB FOR ATTEMPTED RAPE IN KENTUCKY. SwIudUr Captarrd at Corinth, M1m. Fonnd Knilf j of Perjury -Jaehne Mill in Jail. trsrtAL to Ti irriiL.l Cokinth, Miss., March 24. A swin dler calling himself I). W. May, and falsely representing the Butterick Publishing Company of New York, was snspicioncd as such by the firm of J. D. Bills A Co., of whom he at tempted to take orders for part cash in advance, as well as some worthy ladies in the millinery business, and the suspicions on him deepened until Col. John D. Bills went to the depot and arrested the swindler. A charge by affidavit was made against him for attempting to get money and other valuables under fal e pretenses. Col. Bills sent telegrams all over the country tracing the fellow up, and when he ascertained that the Butter ick Publishing Company would at once semi an agent here to testify against him, the fellow pleaded guilty and threw himself upon the mercy of his honor, L. M New, the mayor, who sentenced him to thirty days in the county jail and fined him 5u and the costs. Triple Ljnrhlna; la Kenlnrfcy. LoriBVii.i.E, Ky., March 24. A spe cial says that yesterday morning near Auburn, Ky., three negnwg, Hump ade, Alei North and Henry Shaw, attempted to outrage the person of Miss Cora Day, the daughter of a prominent citizen of this place, as she was passing through a strip of woods. Her cries brought assistance, and the alarm being given, a posse followed and captured the fiends. As they were bringing them back to jail they were met by a mob who, taking the prison ers from the officers, strung all three up to a tree,whero they are still hang ing, no one caring to cut them down, as popular feeling is so strong against them that it would be dangerous to do so. Later. Beports from Auburn, Ky., fail to confirm tho story of the lynch ing of three negroes. 1 he original matter was sent by mail by an un known correspondent and published here by a morning paper. Alderman Jaehae Arraigned. New Yomc, March 24. Alderman Jachne was arraigned in court this morning, and entered a plea of not guilty. A motion was made to reduce the bail to $20,000. Jachne swore that he had no intention of leaving tho city. Judge Gildersleeve denied the motion. Po.tofUre Mobbed. Hempstead, Tex., March 24. At an early hour yesterday morning thieves entered the postoflice building here and carried off 2 00 in money. About $700 of it belonged to the government. Fonnd ttnllty or Perjury. Pittsbi ito. Pa., March 24. Sirs. Myers, who has been on trial for some days past on a charge of perjury, was found guilty this morning. Mrs. Myers was one of the principals in the contest for the maternity of a babe, the other contestant being Mrs. Bauer. Mrs. Myers swore, at a hear ing in a habeas corpus case to obtain possession, that she was the mother of the child, and Mrs. Bauerclaiined that she was the mother, but gave the babe to Mrs. Myers to take euro of until she recovered her health, she being at the time an inmate of the alms-house. Several witnesses testified that they were presen' at Mrs. Myers s house when the child was born, but the nurse testified that the babo was ob tained from Mrs. Ilauer, and tlMt she aided in tho deception practiced Mrs. Bauer will institute habeas cor pus proceedings at once for the recov ery of her child. Tho case is said to bo without a parallel in the history of American and English jurisprudence. Henry's Carbolle Halve. The best salve used in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Piles, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil bluinSj Corns, and all kinds of Skin Eruptions, Freckles, and Pimples. The Salve is guaranteed to give per fect satisfaction in every case. Bo sure you get Henry's Carbolic Salve, as all others ore but imitations and counterfeits. Itebelllona Ntndenta. Madison, Wis., March 24. The stu dents of the State Unitersity have been in a state of excitement since yesterday in consequence of tho ar raignment before tho board of regents of twenty-five seniors and juniors be cause last Thursday they congregated in the gymnasium during drill hours to watch the lower class men and de clined to leave when ordered to do so by Col. Lomia, professor of military science and tactics. The professor is a West Point man and has Bought to introduce into tho military depart ment of the university the rigid mili tary discipline of that institution. Tho circumstances have caused several in cipient rebellions and is the cause of the present troubles. The regents heard the students' claim that it was their privilege to visit tl e gymnasium any time when it was open, irrespec tive ot the wishes or command of Col. Lomia. and then submitted to the students for signature an apology to Col. Lomia. This the students re fused to sign, though they expressed illingness to make due apolriry to the board if any rules of the lutter had been broken by them. No decis ion has yet been made by the regents. Ro Boon Tbal Science kna Conferred Hm been fraught with greater bluingi than that which baa accrued to the inhabitant of malarial-ridden portion of the United Statu and the Tropics from the aie of Hoi tet'er'i S'omacb Bitter. The experience of many yean ba bat too etearly detronttrated the ineffioiener of qoinine and other drag to effectually enirbat the irorr of inter mittent, conteativo and eiliout remittent fever, while oa tbe other band, it ha been no leu cltarly ihown that tbe uie of the Rittara. a medinine conaeaial to tha fraile.t ennatitution, and der.ved from purely bo tanic oarceft affords a reliable afe;uard arainit malanal diaeafe and arrest it wnen developed. For disorder of tbe itnmaeb. liver and bowels, for central d.bili'v and renal inaofritv. It ia alao a moil efficient remedy. Appetite and aleen are Improved by it. H expel rneuinatio nvmor from the blood, and enrichea a circulation impover ished hy mal-aaeimilat'oB. Barbrd Wire LIMaralloa. Chicaoo, Ii.lh March 24. Tbe Ohio Steel Barb Fence Company com menced suit inithe United States Cir cuit Court yesterday against the Wash- burc-Aloen Wanutactunng (Join pan y to recover Jll 1,1 12 17, which it iaid in royalties to tho Washburn & Moen Co. as its barb-wire license from ISHl to 1K8.1 inclusive. The Ohio company claim that the Washburn t Moen Company violated its license contract by giving a license to aianmacture bar'T wire to Jacob I Irtish of l)e Kalb without cliurfinir any rovaitv. It. therefore, seeks to recover back every cent of royalty which it paid in the years above mentioned. Bam many terrible aches one' poor bead' bae, and what auffeni - c. l,y u,e fawiarnra iteiiei may tm uau mun itervuua, Hnnralflfli or Bk-k Headache by the ih of tNVVfnVV& nlfh " "ot cui-ll, bat! Bcadacb. NenraUrta. Rheumatlnn, 8 Ul.a , andO. So proprietary inMuine ha. ever t .ul MU.K 1-. ami tr.'tilnt him thai MMunv - - uwmb tnedlcal piufeaalon. FOR BALK BT ALL DRUGGETS A. A. 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SLEDGE &M0RREE COTTON No. aftrt TVont Strt mTTTl HITTTinTT IT ilium!, ov Tsrmvxr Tons. Klt'lIAKD A. WcC'UHMY. t t I I t Prenltlent. ANSKTM, : : : : : : $109,000,000 nrrender Values Instance ea rellHea. Ferrellnre. Vstessffxat la Use Warld. .ATLmJEIX.. XJTI.ISIXX.ZPJ'XI, IVC.P., ill OGjt;sxi.liasr. JNO. P. WILKERSON, Agent, fio. 2 Cotton Exehaiifro Ilnlldlnfr, Meutphla. i NirOLEON HILL, President. W.N. WlLKEI.S0N,Ylce-Prldeal II. J. LYNN, Uahlei. DO EH A tiSNEIlAL VIBK AID if A RINK BVMIBIKNM. A QUARTER OF A MILLION'POLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL DinBOTOHBi H. FUR8TENHKIM, WM. I. COLE. JAMES RKILLY. JOHN L0AUIH, 6. MANHl'lfcl.D, I. ii. MVt'KH. W. D. litttUKLL. 0(llcr-1! SfaTaillwon Ntrot, loitipIiiN. Ttnn E. WITZMAMM s Co Wholesale Dftalera and Publisher., Bole Atonti (or tho lollowinf first-Class Instruments! Steinwav lESLnctlDo FIANOS KBABI,TH A!?a"VVi5&otii?' rKA$tB v" ill(inllVIU.aMK nAKIIN, II4IIUH a'wABBKM, CHI iAWalL.iCT""" SjAtlK TI ASWIt SJHWABI. MT A NEW T-00TAVI PIANO F0K fieo.-fM Write tor Oataloiroeri. Aloa.Sa.l and f HVA OMi STM RIKNPfltN U.T. PUKTEIi. M.f. -i P;)Hf TtO. 800 FRONT STRUKTC. i i MEMPHIS. ANDREW STEWART, Hew OrJesun. STEWART, G1IIE & CO., WholesaleGrocers, Cot. Factors HQ.85 AND 338 FBONT STBEET, MiaiPIIIS, TEWIf STEVART BROTHERS & COLIPAOT COTTON FACTO AND C0MI1NNI0N MEKC1IANT8, KEW ORLKAIVN. TriNTAlVA. CHESS-CARLEY MPffi , Oils tSo Nevxral. Storeeai Office, S49 Front Ntreot, Memphis, Tenn. New OsEtrrisEtgro E0. W. TOMLIN. TOMLIN & BENJES, , MANUFACTURERS OP ' Fine Carriages, Buggies, Extension Top & Ladies' Phaetons. ItOAD WAGONS AND SPEEDING BUGGIES, v, TXTK HAVE THIS DAY FORM lD A COPATNRRSniP AND PTRnASED BK VV Mnufa tur n Department ol th Woodruff 0 ivar U.rriare an 4 liardw re Co., a4 leased the bnildlD In rear of tbeir repoaltorf, I7 Main stree , a here shall rentina 6 baaiaea. and devote oar entire time ant attention to eerrlrs our eoU'io.ra. W ab-il Bk Bepalrlnf a speo'altr and f uaranto firat-rlaaa 0'S in all eaee. Uur Ur. TuMLX.i las bad ebarg of this faotory for rears, and ia too well baown to retuir . efereno. Batlnc sold oar Mannfaeturlni department to Mesirs. TOMLIN A BBNJBd, art oUeer- fal I y reoommend ihem tn oar f lemls nrl eMsrnm-r.. . H'OOnitrrPP.OLIVEH HKHMOK Pin HHHW,tlE M. O.K, HOUCK & Co. i i No. 389 Jin In fltreet, Iff emphlN. Piano s and Organs AT.LOWEST:PBICKN:FOIl CA.SIIJOIl.TIttlw Sheet Music and Books. No .v Pianos for Kent JOHN CALH00JI. Chickasaw Ironworks JOHN E. RAXDLE & CO., I'KOt'R' Seoond St. Memphis. Teir.u. FrUNHEKS & MACHINISTS, MANUsVMTUKKlta AND DEALKRS 10 iiKlti, llollrrH, NhwuiIIIn, liradturd Com nnl Wheat Slilli, CttOM I'l-CMM, Cotton C.II4M, Nssaltliie, I'ulleyh, . aft III. WIM'SWearenrrparedtolll orders. on s aotiee, for th. eel rated aedar faleaii Wrsihi ' fallea. W earrf la steok r Two Uundred Assorted Mars. nor An for rwtwlosne and Prloe-Maf. F. M. N0RFLEET, Resident PwUer. FAOTOES, MwTTiTiriU Ttt ej T TTIH THT0 H Lirnii . W. JM ICU AIu tH, TAYLOR h IU, ANDREW D. GWTNHE, Mempht. ABB WM. MJH8