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THE DALLAS WEEKLY HEBALB.
DAMiAS. VHXAS. IHUItSIUl' O0TOBBI1 8li.1888.V0U XX.XII. ,V0. 1.
Just at this time, when liousekeopers arc
buiily examining every nook and corner of
their homes, tbey are likely to discover flaws
, In the furniture highly suggestive ol the neces
sity for new. Especially is this thocatoin
Carpots, We, knowing this, aro.
Offering some Speaialties
Thus-making it to your interest to puichase
fuanow. . .
Tapestry Brussels at 65c., worth 8'o.
Tapestry Brussels at 7c, - worth 9jo.
Taoestry Brussels at 85c., worth 31 10
Tapestry Brussuls at ie., . worth 120
The above aro all new and desirable patterns,
and have sold readily at the higher prices.
Body Brussels al glXt. 81.35. and U.75 wore
$1.60, H.65 and t2.00. and were cheap at that
. Moquette Carpets at U5 that we have sold
Moque'tte Carpets at 'fLSO that are fully
Moquctte Carpets at (1.75 and 12.C0 that are
, worth fully 24 per cent. more.
Ladies wishing to benefit by these
Special Offerings, r
Lace Curtains and Lambrequin?.
i A full line of new stvle Lace Curtains, besinnin? at $1.25
per pair and ranging in prices
Window Shades in every style.
' Cornices-and Cornice Poles.
Our new series of Lambrequin Designs are now out and
any orders left from this date
new patterns. ,
THE BARGAIN HOUSE OF DALLAS!
714 ELM and 713
FOR THIS WEEK
Wholesale and Eetnil
714 Elm and 713 Main Street, Dallas
nTCHUL 4 SCRUGGS, CilliS, tehs.
Oenernl ZMill lTirriilier,
r tjtot tr r rfws.se to be Kn-aoes-aW.
should call at onco. Volvet Carpets at won
derfully low prices . . . . .
All wool .1-ply carpets at $1,150. $1.10 and $1.25
Theso goods caunot be bought elsowhero for
35cls a yard mora .
Extra Supers at 05c., - formerly sold at 90c.
H xtra Supers at 7.lo., - formerly sold atn.
Extra choice styles at 85a and 81. 0J .
Two-ply Iugrains at 25c., 80c., 350., 400., 50c.
60c , all of which will be found far below
You must como and fee them if you would be
convinced that BANUEKS' Is the ;
For Carpets, as well as for all other goods.
We carry the largest stock, show the finest as
sqrtment and give you lowest pricos.
Rugs and Mats! ,
Immitstion Smyrna Mats at 51 cents; wore $1.00.
Real Smyrna Mats at 81.00; were $:'.O0.
Ueal Smyrna Mats at (1.25: were 2.25. '
Special prices in 6myrna Rugs, Tapestry
Rugs and Mats, Body Rugsand Mats.
Full line of Oil Cloths, Linoleum and that
new and popular floor cloth. ,
to $15 per pair. Full line of
can be cut upon, any of the
r4 Inr leuaJrajrwc Vrtm. j
AT 1 IOM IJANDA I J 110A I).
Implying Orcinonloii nt 1'liIIatfoIphlA
In Cniiinimnorlloii of Hie Land.
Iiip or William TeiiiiTno
rarllamcnt Ucassembles,nndJIr. (,'latl-
stone 1m Olven a erjr jinru
Nut to Crack.
Disastrous Fires Eaglng In the Vicinity
of St. rterburg-TIio Ottt
' look for ArnljI.
The Jfew York Citizens' Tarty Nonil-
nato a Full Municipal Ticket
The Episcopalians In Council, mul the
American Missionary nouictj.
The Ghoul "Who Despoiled Earl Craw-
ford's Urave Convicted.
A Very Bad State of Affairs In Upper
Other Foreign nntl' Domestic News.
Mlacellaneona Foreign Kews.
London. October 23. The German bar
Maria Sophia, from Hamburg for Wilming
ton, North Carolina, lias taken refuge at
WILL FOOT THK HILL.
ti. Manchester Guardian's London cor-
resuondent save ho believes the govern
ment has concluded a convention with the
khedive providing for diEcharge.at the cost,
of the British occupation by Egyptian
1U nr. j. r. i ,jn. r.,.
' A dispatch to the Daily News from Ber
lin savs: The repeal of the socialist laws
Is expected shortly. Even the North Ger
man Gazette favors their repeal on condi
tion that socialists will abstrain from inter
ference in tne mener graue 01 pontics.
The British bark Stadacona, Captain
Stockcr, which has arrived at Cardiff from
l'ensacola, has brought the mate and three
of the crew of the sehooner William S. Far
well, who were picked up after being in an
open bout in tne Atlantic two days and
three nights. The William S. Farwell was
from Cedar Keys for New York ; had been
ashore on Tortugas during the cyclone, aud
ant. nff in n datnaired condition. Tne men
attempted to go ashore in the boat, but
were driven out to sea.
, WILL JHtlUlME.
The Tiailv News understands that Mr.
Gladstone, on the reassembling of parlia
ment, will move that a select eommittee be
appointed to inquire into the circumstances
under which Mr. IS. Dyer Grey was impris
ATTEMPT AT ahsahbihatiuh.
The following dispatches have been re
ceived by Renter's Telegram company :
BELORADE, UCIODer zo. a. wuimiu iireu
twice at King Milan in the cathedral to
day. The king was not hurt. The
assailant is the widow of Colonel
Jeifrey Markowitch, who was executed
with several other rioters-in May, 1878, by
order of King Milam. It is suspected that
the attempt Is not merely attributable to
revenge, but partly to political motives.
After the attempt Queen Natalie, who
was with the king in the cathedral, fainted
and was carried in an unconscious condi
tion to the palace. The king accomnanicd
h ih.m ntnl then returned to the church
ntmtlended, and remained nntil the cm! of
the Bervico. xue crowu uneuipvcu w ijuoi
the assassin. ' ..
KIRK IN ST. PETERSBURG.
s Pt-ntRHWRu: October23. A firebroke
out this morning in the largo yards by the
river Neva, and is stm raging.
Bui'iiAREST, October 23 The object of
lAa rw.cnt urulonced sojourn of the king of
fciervia in Romania was to defeat a conspir
acy against his life. While journeying from
Uustcliuck he received information at Sys
ijilra nf a nlot formed to blow up with tor
pedoes the royal boat while on the Danube,
between Kustchuck and iscmraue.
Lyons. October 23. There was riotous
,inn,ntiirdtioii Riraitist the municipiility
hero yesterday, in consequence of their
having mpprtsscd subvention 10 me opt.
Tho police were uuablo to cope with the
crowd. A body of gendarmes cleared the
irnMn At. 12 o'clock this morning there
was an alarming explosion in a restaurant
attached to a thonlT. Two reports were
heard under oDe of the tables. 'J here were
200 people in tte restaurant, wuo rustica
i.rTw..ii Imn tlia street. A third and
more formidable explosion then occurred
.i,i.tirvil the tallies, mirrors and
othur articles, and eriouly injured three
persons. It is stated that three men who
entered the restaurant ten minutes before
the fir.t tixplotion left a small bomb under
MAonin, October 21. At a meeting of
Alfonsist democrats Senor TrcndCKrast
announred that Marshal Si-rrano would
bortiyc .nvtnc a meeting of his partisans
, and t nimuriraieo them his programme.
AEAi:l . TKIAL.
Cairo, October 23. The mode of procecd
ure agreed upon for the trial of Arabi
Pasha allows the calling of witness, from
loreign countries, or the taking of their evi
denc bv commission. Counsel for pris
oner will have tbt right or final reply-
TUB TIKE. AROl'ND TUB Rl'SSIAN CPtTAL.
Bt. 1'ETiRSBi au, October 2. The loss by
fir In the timber yards by the river Neva
is wtimated to be at least 4,000,000 ronBles.
ForcKt and tat bogs ara now on Are for
mile around BU Petersburg. The city has
been covered tor several days with, dens
Tha Are In tha timber yards on the river
Neva was got under control at 1 o'clock this
mornlng.Ths damage i. oU mated at 2,5uo.
UuOroublea. WILL M SfWWOS ST) T THE VATICAN.
IORno, tMolwr 24 Tb oorrespondimt
of the Standard at Koina says bt ha x
rellent amhority for beliTing that Arrn
bi.bon Crok will be summoned to that
city in th eoursw-of tb wmtr to confer
with th pop in regard to th atau of Ire
land. APMTIONAl PrTAII Or THAT ATTTMPT.
A drtntcli from Itel grade says that as
King Milan enten-d tb cathedral btwen
tb rowi of peopl th woman ilarkowitrb
find at him friD a revolver. The bollet
tnnmtNl a fw' spectator. Th by
K...trr tM-yt ihr tirg s assailant until the
uiiuusvrr r iiiirtlrrwl.
TBRTTTIO IS SOI DAW.
The Tlm' di.pauh from t'alro as:
Prolnanr H. liWrinturth has comninniratrd
th foliowine fm wiidn: Last Junefc.'Jiiu
Eryptian eoldier were surrounded by
twwr ! tle fH vhrn"t rMl m J.
Pmlmw ly liwinwnii lclr lb
in Fmdab tlwarl Arabi' revoli
lowiaa catAT r.r.
A beery g I raging tn England. Tel
eeraphic di'patrbe irooi tb Cootinetit are
ik-iared by tut nnrm. Ctiidrbie dam
are tn b-ra done in many parts M the
country. 1 Lit rivers an overflowinf their
Tb T'met' ("" mrrptmati'm re wills
that rnf-wr 'vtiwMntnn.h in his rnama
Mrs'tne f-" -idB. further says that th
evTMtaJ of K crMnn ha heea bir in
"Tdsr. lutft' nrci. A
attack a kb'Vnia will Ww.
A dlntr ft Keovr a Tlr-i'b eom
pace frma l 'n. t1 Fortber iijrt.
rr"1 'nr l"-t Pn ttefmt or
rri and wrr.it lifca' reined
! to lS eiiert s in and f rt. re
i netrer. 1 be m h
I . m i-n' Tbt etiwa ? Htt r-'sw-k in
Vo.rpna.ia appean aauri. J b
government Is limiting every endeavor t
prevent the allium! of the conserVBtlvi
with the clerical party, and to ellect
fusion of the f'roo ivnuervatlros am
modurntu national liberals.
i' ruv MTIIIlNfl.
Tho Hiandard believes the evidence
against Arabl Pasha Is very strong ai
Ill- ttil ii una tut 111 tliai dflllfl
i IIUUI A W.niiu ,n ..-..n ......
suys: Ills ndrrusponilciice Willi tne suiiau
is liluhly cotupromlsliig.
Tha nnrraannnillillt lit' tllO DallV NOWS
A l.......tp!.. Inli.ir. l.lin tllllt llH Tn-
neived information from Monsaurnh that
thiiro is much anxiety in many poims oi
the interior umoiig Europeans, owing to
.i.n ,.!...,... nf Miti'Drnl nr Ariihi
llin jnu'r"iii.." ov......
l'aslm's ollicers on government missions.
Tim Tlmps him tho iollowine from Its
Cairo corre-noiulent: Arabl I'aaha snys
a . . 1,1m f I.q f.iUw ft liiri-
eVUIllB 1MIVU (n;vcil .iiin ni wJ "
iutr in any further national movement or
Kgypt necessitates the government of tho
country by the English.
ItKLKAaKP ON TliKIK Onfl Hliuuriif. c.
a .1 : .... i 1. in ilia Tlitilw Kawa frnm VnPlft
nil aia.litiira nrrnatPil a fnW
duys since have been released on their own
t- f-ane.u. Ol Tha man ffnii.
XjlMilllUiU'll, vtiuwci ...
lar, whoso trial for Btealingtlie body uf the
nr(..r..nl oil.) RulftnlVHH WR hplflllt
J'jLlll Ul sAv -"' " r
yesterday haa been found guilty and&en-
teixu io nve years puimi Borvumiw.
Dublin. October 24. Tho "worst enemy
of Ireland, "referred to in Mr. P. J. Smith's
letter published this morning i9, according
n f Kmith l.imci.lr an nnlivfl Irish nartv
in the house of commons.
ir . nninim. ot An n fH pi ul flinittch
lUAl'mi'i vnuuci - " .
from Manila, dated the 21st, states: A
typhoon destroyed all wooden and thatched
houses and carried away iron and tiled
roots of others. Sixty thousand families
are homeless. Tho barracks, hospitals,
government omces ana lactones were ue
ctroyed. The loss of life, however, was
,,r...tiiiiit.niv emu);. Mnhttmn and Boola-
can were also devastated. Communication
is interrupted Between jiiauna uuu umci
towns on the i)and.
HIS CORRKSPONDEKCK SEIZEO.
r ,t ...hi laltn'a pirrfl-
IAIKU, utvuucr-i. ai.u. -
spondenco during the last two years was
: 1 wna HHnnnitpd With
BCI.ru bui3 iiiiriinug ...... " .. .
Sir Edward Mallet, British consul-general.
It. inOlUUCS U VOIUIUHlUUa Wllicoi'wuuouvw
n....,...i:i.nJa an. I fha minntpn nf
Willi UUDtnil.lllur"a v..w ...... ,
the secret sittings of the rebel cabinet.
DECIDED TO 1'KOl.unu 11.
t -ol Tho Ktin.loarnfh hrts
decided to prolong minor stute ol siege in
Hamburg for years.
The renu Bl-Centennlal
A GRAND SUCCESS.
nnKsTir.it. Pa.. October 23. The centen
nial celebration of Chester to-day Is a grand
success. The city is bright with flags and
gay with music and crowded with' 20,000
visitors. The exercises of the day began at
9:30 this morning with a representation of
the landing or William renn ana nis pany
from an old-fashioned yawl boat at the
foot of Penn street, the exact spot where
Penn first landed, 200 years ago. At 10:30
nVliwlr 4hn meetinrr was organized at
Grand street ond Concord avenue, where
125,000 people naa pacnea m a wouueriuny
systematic way. The meeting was
called to order by Mayor Bur
ton. Rev. Henry Brown, of
St. Paul's Episcopal church, onerea prayer,
after which over 2,000 sclioo. children, ar
ranged on an amphitheatre built for the oc-,
csion, sang "My Country 'tis of Thee!"
Governor Hoyt was then introduced, and
made a suori ana entertaining "wctu,
na nrot 0.av(vl IT A nlllldltd tO
the appropriateness of having the celebra
. i.iatnin fitaaiAi mi.l thfin referred
UUU ovuuivu"" . , - ,
to the progress of the state, which he at
tributed to the influence of the Quakers,
English, Scotch, Hutch and Irish. ltov.
Mr. Hancock then read an original poem,
l.:nl. r.11nn.o,t Kir mnrfl tnrrino hv thfl
WUILU HM miiunvu "J . ...... n ., -
children. Hon. J. M. Broomale, orator of
the day, was tnen lnirouticea ami uum me
undivided attention ot the audience for
nearly an hour.
PliiDAnEt PH1A, OCooer 23. What with
crowded streets, magnificent dccoriitions
that lino theni and general bustlo prevail
ing to-day, it seemed more like one of great
days of bi-centenniiil celebration than
merely the eve of celebration proper. The
only excersises that took place in lhat con
..nnn l.ietnri'il mlitrpi4 delivered
UUliliUll u .uvv. ......
to-night before tho Pennsylvania Historical
rvii.rv und a monster serancde by the Ger
man Singing society in front of Inde
TUB II1ST011IC LANniNO REI'llOIIUCED.
Puit.ADKLPiiiA, October 21. No more fit
ting weather conld have been vouchsafed
r.. .l. r h.iHlmn Hint U'hirh nre
vailed this morning. The air was clear
and crisp, and the sun shone brichlly. At
no time during even the centennial period,
was any event so thoroughly aud heartily
celebrated bv the public which filled tne
streets, the river front, windows and roofs
of houses fronting or overlooking the Dela
ware, nnd all sorts of gaily decorated cralts
dotted the river. Shortly alter 8 a. in. tug
bouts, steam barges and other vessels, tn
the numer of about 100, were formed in line
In the viciuity of League island, the United
ktrtu- n,t al iii.'li, like nine, ikiuiu ol luu
city proper, and followed in the wake of the
Welcome, a Danish bark, fitted up to rep
resent the original vesel on which Penn
came over. As she parsed the north Atlan
tic sijuadron, anchored below the point
chosen lor Prnn's landing, she was
SALCTin Bt TUX TINKKSKIE'SOIK
and returned the salute. The whart where
the landing took place was at the foot of
Dock street, said to be jnst above the point
where the original lauding was elfccted.
At 10:30 o'clock, "Penn" stepped over the
side of the Welcome, and as he did so
the scene was interesting beyond descrip
tion. Boat bells were mug, steam whistles
on the river and land blown, guns tired, amid
a multitude of cheers. On the landing
wbarf were assembled fifty or sixty persons,
dressed torepreeentUwedes.Dutch, Indians
and others, w ho congregated to receive w U
liam Penn, and from these tbe mock fonnder
received a bearty welcome. Kdward V.
Knigbt, vresident of tbe Ul-Oentennial
association; Tliomas M. Thompson, chief
manbal of the day's trades display, and
General Manager Colcbury, and members
of th executive committee, formally wel
comed "lnn" and his companions upon
thetr landing, and the procession was
then formed, headed by "Penn" and Mr.
Knight, and composed ol rsudily uniformed
liritisli orticers from the Welcome. Swedes,
Hritith, Indians and Friend., who formed
tbe coiocy brourlil liilber by Penn, and
members of the executive eommitte of the
association that devised and superintended
the demonstration, the whole making (
A wo.tpiarri.LT hovel scktaclb.
After Ibe weioons of the Blue Anchor
line, fecord and Ikock streets, took pls--e,
a grand Landing Day demonstration fol
lowed and was one of tbe finest affair of
tbe kind ever witnessed bere. Tbe line ot
pared lornied on Broad street, south of
i'besnnt, from 10 s. m. until shortly after
11 In. hen tbe procession moU. streets.
nteirlk. wind"-, rloorwsr and roof,
of Hrwises m'rmt tire lie.l I be man b t
l,kb were crowded. Kerywner was tbe
mi brilliant sen of flags and banting,
pictures of William Penn. otwqo decora
iinns ta flower, eiemeens and canvass,
and above ail nnbrokea line ti people
ISO as snsi-xnor Hrrrxixi. at
Ifrw OaxtAin, October C William K.
Irby Broa., tobacco dealer and eiear
manafacturer. to-day filed a petition of In
solvency and md surrender their proo-
I erty t tbetr creditors. Lfatbilitiea. f4A:
' aesets. 13179, Indoding over 4.orAcIsed
j d'lSbtTaL - Creditors saeet Jiwereber 7S.
Bto rv-toher 3 A eableersm from
Manna. l"bil!:Prine Island, says: Purines
' h osendd ber ewioe. tn tne terr.b.e rr
' etoneof cober "h. wbkh eauswl geat
i aVstroclioB to buiid.crs d beached th'j-
teen .rss. ia.
j irunt, October T..L d'epatch
rnwlvod her stutes flint finrirriil W, 1)
Holt, of .Macon, Ulsd yestnrdiiy In No
Macon. (jA.. Octobff 2H. Altornoy-(Jen
CllU'ord Anderson, In ri'spnnsM to a cull
from leading members of tho legislature,
writes a long letter and enters the nice fur
senator: to nil tno place or is. ji. Jim,
Anderson will be strongly supported and
is a man oi iiigu cuaracier aim great uirii
Xrw Oih.eakr. October 2".. Tho Pico-
yune's Baton Kouge special suys: Tliecity
council bikI n number of prominent citi
zens met fills evening to consider the ap
plication of tlio l.'iiiisiana western exten
sion tor rignt-oi way tiiroitgti tun city.
When constructed 'Ins west and east rail
road will connect .Mobile with tho Sunset
roml of Texas, via Baton Uouge.
Kew Oai.EANH. October si. sislor unan-
tel, aged VI), directress of St. .Mary's orphan
(boys) asylum, was knocked down by a
furiously driven team and run over by a
heavy float on Tchoupitoulas street to-day
and seriously if not fatally Injured.
vvabiiinutos, yoiouer lion. it. r.
Flower has been urged by the democratic
stute executive committee to reconsider
nis decision not to accept tun nomination
Inr congress fur theluh itew York district,
lift persists, however, in dec'lnlng.
New Orleans. October 2'. The Pica
yune's Chattanooga special says: Post-:
ollice Inspector .V. G. Sharp has recom
mended tn the department tb'it marriage
and birthday ins'.iranco associations be pro
hibited from using the mails, on the ground
that these organizations are frauds. Ho
writes that he has corno to this conclusion
after thoroughly investigating the workings
of these institutions.
Chicago, October 21. The first regular
train over the New York, Chicago i& St.
Louis ("Xikel P ate" railroad left this
city nt 8 o'clock this morning for Cleveland,
and the road is formally declared open lor
minor and kisceli.akeous bappenikos at
Grand Forks, Dak., October2l. Yester
day Charles Lusbane, a negro barber, meta
Norwegian girl ou the road and ravished
her in tho most brutal manner. He thon
rode about a mile, entered the house ot
Conductor Sam . Barbanks, of the
Manitoba road, and outraged Jlrs.
Barbanks. A party of threshers, who had
witnessed the attack on the girl, started in
pursuit, and at Barbunks' house killed bis
hore, but the negro brute escaped, flour
ishing his knife. Two parties are now in
pursuit, and the negro will undoubtedly be
lynched if caught.
North Adams, Mass., October 21. Em
erBonG. Watson, engineeer of the Troy A
Greenfield locomotive, whicn ran into a ca
boose loaded with workmen on the Hoosac
tunnel line last Saturday, causing several
deaths, was arraigned hero to-day on a
charge of homicide. He pleaded not
guilty and went to jail in default of bail.
Atlasta, Ga., October 21. Hon. A. H.
Stephens, governor-elect, reached the city
to-night from Crawfordsville, accompanied
bv a number of prominent citizens, in a
special car. He was met at the train by an
immense crowd with much enthusiasm,
and was driven to the executive mansion
in a carriage drawn by lour wlnte norscs.
Ha will be inaugurated in a few days..
London, October 21. Parliament reas
Previous to the assembling of the house
of commons the advanced Irish members
held a meeting. They were chiefly occu
pied in arranging petitions referring to the
Imprisonment of E.Dwyer Gray.Lord Mayor
Dawson, of Dublin, has a hundred petitions
to present to the house.
In the house of commons Lord Kandolpb
Churchill, conservative, contended that the
present sitting was irregular until after
the appropriation bills had received royal
THE OPINING DERATE.
Lord llandolnb Churchill moved the ad'
jonrnment of the house, in order to protest
against me muuiuu bcmiui,. i.
long historical review and pointed out,
amidst loud cheers from the tories, that the
house of commons had ever been zealous
against nionarchinl or ministerial tyranny.
JUT. Uiausiono sum no nua
Lord Knndolph Churchill and the houe
again. He contended mac preiimem,
quoted bv Lord Ilanilolph Churchill was
inapplicable. The house then, 8Bid he, had
lull power to ihkc its preenn-uuiau. ...mi
Kaudolph Churchill had small knowledge
of parliament it he thought tho gnven -ment
would be upset by a
vote ot want of confidence ol
an appropriation bill. Mr. Giadstoue cited
tho precedent of 120, when the house
adjourned in July and reassembled in
August, ond transiicieu um''i '
kinds. Thus, he said, Lord Pandolph
Chu rcuill'a assertion wan entirely dest royed,
smashed, pulverized. Cheers and laugh
Sir Stafford Xortheoie commended Lord
ltundolph Churchill's action. He asked
Mr. Gladstone whether ho would make a
statement in reference to the war in Kgvpt.
After remarks by Sir William N. liar
court, homo secretury, and Sir Henry D.
Wolir, conservative, the house divided on
the motion of Lord Kandolpb Churchill,
which was defeated by a vote of 2J to 112.
Mr. Giaiiaiuiiu men ge none thai he
would move a voto ot thanks on Thursday
next to tbe British army iu Egypt.
Mr. Gladstone stated in regard to the first
rule of procedure that the government
would adhere to Its main proposal, and
would propose, as the second rule, that mo
tions for adjournment conld be made by
leave after questions.
IN THE IIOfSE Or LORDS.
Esrl Granville, foreign secretary, gave
notice that he would on Thursday next
move a vote of thanks to the commander,
ollicers and men of th British army In
Egypt. He would then propose that the
house adjourn until November 10.
l ord Salisbury acquiesced in the proposal
of Lord Oranvill.
The house then adjourned nntil Thurs
day, when Lord Salisbury will ask a ques
tion regarding th Egyptian polic y of th
government, after the vot of thanks to th
army baa passed.
Washlnctaa Xws llama.
Washington, October 21. Tbe new Swiss
minister. Colonel Frey ; th Brazilian min
ister, Senor Fellpp Loupes Netle, and th
Japanese minister, Terasttum Muningri,
were formally presented to th president
to-day by tbe secretary of stat, and th
usual courtesies were exchanged.
ABOI TTHI SaOWNSVILLS r-ORDONS.
Snrreon Murray, of the marine hospital
service at Brownsville. Texs, has been di
rected by Surgeon General Hamilton to
withdraw the Armyo cordon as soon as, in
his judgment, it will be perfectly sale to do
. Tbe conlon along tLe Rio Grande river
will be continued a lonr a. adiscent towns
In Mexico are inlerted with yellow lever.
Hiram L. Grant bas been spnoiu'ed post
merter at frnMsnnrongh. North .rr.l na,
to succeed Job" il f"mith. res'oed.
t rLH Ti r i la:x-.
Actinr secreiarr of th interior Joa.yn
make motion in th n-
mm to aos-anc to rases
ineolTinr tbe title to what era known as
the lianrnir claims tn Louisiana, a monot
int to l".,'fM acre of surer planta
tion. be!"rir.ng the beirs of tb
late John KideX These bar been before
tbe land deratrtment of tb fil' eminent f
tbe last Trente-fis years, and are emnnr
ti most complicated eas erer before tbe
inter department. Tb bre J astir
Clifford, ween attorney -rel. rendered
a derision ad verse to tbe present cla-mante.
Wssmr;V. snober 2i IVHre the
Jeawrsstte bn?d of Inquiry to-dar l.iente-
MtUrTtmr.' rnwi: WnM
s'edr jm-ftry . to lend ens- tn sb p
ern.bd in tbe ire. a! rt 'if this texi
n.TT bas aireaay be pt o. sbed i ether
-mw . --r. w- rs .cniL
of tb army ba r.lxii.i t tb sec-etary
of war his report for the fiscal year ending
,i nus .xr, imz. inn aiuotrir, available our.
line the venr was SI.'l.'J-'H.llHI: total disburse.
mnnts were I I'J, I I'l 112; leaving a balance
on iiunii or $i,m,zk.
A transfer of a million dollars In gold
nsrlllicates front hew York to Philadelphia
has been ordered, lien nests have been re
ceived Irom Cincinnati lor Sf2.rO.mio or tnese
certificates, from St. Louis lor WOXHl, and
irom Boston ror ?.,().
Commercial and Ilnauclul,
New York, October 23. Tho Btock mor-
kct opened 1 higher than itclosed Saturday
for Illinois Central, 1 for Texas & Pacific, 21
lower for Itichmond A Danville, 1J lor West
Point, and Irregular but generally Jf'jil
nwer for tho remainder of the list, i'roin
10 to 11 a. m. tho market was only fairly
active and weak, and at 11 o'clock there
was a decline onfall, in which Wabash pre
ferred, Texas, its Pacific, New Jersey Cen
tral, Louisville it Nashville nnd Western
union telegraph were tho most ojnspicuoue.
New York, October 23. The Post's cot
ton renort savs: Future deliveries at the
end ol the first call showed a decline of 3
o 4 Doints: tho second call a further loss
of 8 points, and after the second call 7 to 0
points were lasn in uuuiuuii luibi uptiiu.
nice iosr, onuiruay amounting to io iu
11 points. Continued small deliveries at
Liverpool, tho weather south and the re
duction in New Yoro: quotations of spot
cotton, fully account for the decline. Stocks
at the English mills would appear to have
been under estimated and the consumption
isconsequently over estimated.
New York. October 23. Money 1 and 5;
exchonco isj. Suh-streusury balances, coin,
$07,307 ,W); currency, SU,01o,000. ,
New York. October 21. The stock mar
ket opened generally weak, at a decline
from yesterday's closing prices of 1-8 to 3 1,
the latter lor Cleveland, Columbus, Cincin
nati tfc Jndiunapolis. In llieearly trade the
market was dull and weak, and under the
lead of Wabasli preferred and New Jersey
Central fell off 1-8 to 1 1-8, but subsequently
dealings became a little more animated and
a recovery of 1-8 to 1 took place, in which
Wabash preferred and Nashville & Chatta
nooga, St. Paul, and Louisville & Nashville
were most prominent.
New York, October 21. The Post's cot
ton report says:' Future deliveries opened
2fii.3-100 lower, but had recovered the loss
af the second call, the late months being
even slightly higher than yesterday at the
closing. Ai'ier the second call there was a
further advance of 1 to 2-100,. which was
lost nt the third call, when November
brought 10 70; January, 10 08; February,
10 7!: April, 1101; May, 1112; June,
1122. A bid of IOCS for November and
December was refused.
Richmond, Va., October 21. The eighth
annual congress of the Protestant-Episcopal
church assembled hero to-day. Bight
Rev. Dr. J. N. Gallagher, bishop of Louis
iana, delivered an address, giving a suc
cinct review, of the objects and scope of
church congresses. The religious exercises
were conducted by the administration ot
the holy communion by Right Rev.Bishops
F. M. Whittle, of Virginia, George Peter
ken, of West Virginia, Thomas A. Dudley,
of Kentucky, and Rev. Dr. O. D. Wildes,
of Ne York. Tho congress afterward met
in Mozart hall, a large number of visitors
being present. The exercises opened with
pinging tbe hymn, "Come, Gracious Spirit,
Heavenly Dove." Bifhop Whittle, of Vir
ginia, next poke a lew words ot cordial
welcome to the nitmhers of the congress.
Rev. Dr. G. D Wildes, of New York, gen
eral secretary .if the congrof s, then read
the memorial of its deceased members, '
THS AMERICAN MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION.
Ci.evki.ami, October 21. The tliir'y-sixth
annual meeting of the American Mission
ary association assembled in Plymouth
Congregational church this evening, and
will continue three days. Thoopcning ser
mon was preached by Rev. Dr. D. C. God
dell, of St. Louis. Among thoso iiretent to
lake part, in the exercises are: Ex-Governor
Washburne, of Massachusetts, presi
dent of the association; Gen
eral Clinton R. Fisk, of Kentucky;
President White, ol Cornell University;
Dr. A. O. Havtrood, of Georgia; Hon. J.
M. L. Curry, of Virginia; Ex-President R.
B. Hayes: President Aruvath, of Fisk uni
versity, Tennessee; Rev. Dr. Dana, of Min
nesota; Key. Dr. ( hamberlin, of Connecti
cut, Rev. Dr. Behriiids, of Providence;
Colonel C. G. Hammond, of Chicago: F. C.
Kessins. of Columbus; Moses Pierce, of
Connecticut; A. Wclleston, of Massachu
setts; liev. D. Rav. of Georgia: Rev. Dr.
Striulv, of New York city, and Professor
Albert Sjlsbury, superintendent of edu
cation for tho Americun missionary asso
ciation. Tliiies-Deniocrat Special..
A r.OIUlEtl IN THE TOILS.
New Orleans, October 2'!. A Times
Democrat special says: Tho express office
at Girard. Louisiana, was robbed Friday
night of $l,0iJ0. The robbery was not iris
covered nntil yesterday evening. To-day.
after investigation. .In me Handera, anprl
IS, was arretted ana connneu,
and confessed committing the rob
berv. Three hnndred and seventy
four dollars of the money was recovered
It is believed others are itn plicated.
i:oiii:ki or nt It CRE.
The Times-Democrat's Vicksburg special
ssys: Information was received here to
day of the murder of a peddler named Levy
bv negroesnear Milliken's Bend. The body
was not recovered, but officers are on th
lookout for th murders. Two negroes
have been arrested with packages of goods
iu their posset sfon.
V. B. Wsildfll. siateaeiiator from Tunica,
opened tlie ct'npaign her to-n.ptit, an
nouncing himself a candidate tor congress
on tbe democratic tickt in thi (th third)
district against Juds E. Jellerds, republi
can, and Judge Clarke, independent, but
wbo is also a republican. With two candi
dates from the republican party in the field
to divide th vol of that parly, Waddell
stands aa excellent chance of being elected.
With onlv the regular republican nomine
he would' stand nochanc whatever.
Pensacola, Oitober 24. Fifty-on new
cases of yellow jcrer and fve deaths are re
ported to-day. Total to date, lit eae
and If deatlrs. Tb cool wav
which bas lasted for several days. Is
pasting off without giving us the coveted
frost. To demand, of want and wo lr
reliel Increase as the sicknes. is prolonged.
The fever bas crowd Littl Bayou, two
miles from this city. A visit tn-.lv
ot Mr. Brent, of the lo-d of
hea th. JI or llaith.ro ana Aiessrs.
Vn:tr and Ionard to
neigblmrhood, and ome of tb el isms of ibe I
citv reveaiea many n-s m a:my
snllcrinf. combined wnn some tbsr rr
a l..'i-t indst -n:so'.J grrt--i. Ynuns
larl,;e, son ot t'.e auarfrr simI
o.lc-tor. died to-dav, and Mr.
Jarble bimeell i very ill. lr. H-n,
the oldest practitioner of tnedii.-in i Pen
mrola. and president of the; board of bea.tV
has to tever. M. Brent, srtdow of tbe
now oi tne
late lomwdor Brent, ot the
mother of therha-naaa of tli eserntise
eomm'tree of tbe board of beal'b. a rati re
and i,fe-i.rr resident of Pensocoia, Is also
ill of it, ttrt ia a snild f'ari
iftrr or tt Vera.
Srw Toae. fsn.-bet i". Arrired: Ari
ioi.a. rJ isuiu.n-ou. Manhattan. Poly
nesia. Arrived oat Gellert. Xelwn,
HesrsTsone. HomessTtl- Rome, of ew
Orlen, Tende-nad-d, of thar..
I (lest ST !. WrfSj aaj A.
1 a 7tALm kaeirr's ttxk.
I n.wv-r. v rvstnW Tt etn-tr
i - -
j K ?hl Atdrew Jvcta and Tr l.n-pirm
both colored, were at n cabin thru wllf
from Leavesville, North Carolina, , and
drinking. About 10 o'clock Jonrs sa d ho
was going lo a party about three miles off,
and Jones went out anil returned in a Jew
minutes with an ax and struck Simion on
the head, crusliinic bis skull. Simpson
died oh'iut S o'clock yesterday mori.ing. It
Is supposed jealousy was the cause ot tne
murder. Jones dropped the as about IM
yards from the cabin and wont oil to the
party, and next morning disappeared and
has not been beard of since. uHhotlcn a
deputy sheriir who heard of the allair nJt
morning went in search of liiui, A num
ber of colored nconle were in' the cabin
when Simpson was Htruck, but they gave
him no attention and made no attempt to
THK C1TTZE.N8' TUKET.
Viriv Vnnv fVlnhpr 54. TllO citizens'
movement committee htv nominated. Al
len Campbell br mayor; . Wm. A Butler,
nmntir court Imlinv Edward Solomon and
ex-Congressman Henry K. Scudder. judres
ot the supreme court; Colonel ICmmons
Clark, sherifi"; Dr. J. II. Deinoresi,' Dr.
Emil VV. Hocber and Edward McCne, cor- ..
oners. , . . :t ,
WITHDRAWS. . . '
Auoueta, Ga October 24. Hon. H. D. .
D. Twiggs, independent candidate lor con
gress in the 8th district, withdraws from tho
race in the interest of peace and good will,
and because, he savs, a fair opportunity is
not afforded for the full and free disouwdon
of publio questions. - r ;
, NOMINATED AT LAST. ,
Pittshuru, Pa., October 21 After a
dead lock ot nearly two months, the repub
lican conferees of tho 21th congressional .
district this morning nominated Hon. (i,
V. Sawrence, ot Washington county. .
pedestrianism. i ' : !
New York, Octu&er 23. Ths long-talked- ,..
of six day go-as-you-please international
walking match, commenced in Madison,
Square garden at miduigh t. Near, y all the
great go-as-you-pleaso pedestrians on both
sides of the Atlautio started, among the .
number being tho present champion,
Georgo Haznel, of England, and tbeex
champion, Charles Bowel), also of Eng
land. An immense crowd of people greeted 1
the men as they started, the seating
capacity of the garden being nearly all oc
cupied. From present indications the race
will be the greatest on' record. The men
are allinlgood condition and going well.
At 12 o'clock (noon) to-day, twelve hours
since the start, the score stands: Hazael,
83 miles; Hughes, 85 miles and 2 laps; Nore
mae, 75 miles and 1 lap. Howell. 74 mil-s
and 0 laps; Hart (colored), 72 miles and 4
laps; Fitzgerald, 72 miles and 5 laps; Pan
chot. 70 miles and 1 lap; Harty, t9 miles
and 0 lops; Vint, 00 miles and 7 laps.
A BATTLE PEACE PROSPECTS.
Lima, October 23. The Diario Official
to-day publishes an account of a fight be
tween Chilian troops and adherents J'of
Montenegro, which took place on the 9th.
i list., near Porte. The Montenegros were com
pletely dispersed. The same paper says it y
is now believed the Chilians have made ,
terms of peace with Garcia Calderon, but on
what basis is not known. It is staled that
congress will be called to ratify this treaty.
A Jealous Husband's
BL00DV DEED. '
Cooperstown, KY., October 23. John N.
Pope, living near Porteville, shot hia wif
at the breakfast table. Shortly atter he
shot his hired man, named Baker. He then
shot himself thre times, and going outside
cut his throat, causing dejtth in a lew min
ute.. Tbe others will recover. Jealousy
was the cause. y
thk taiuff-kiddeu farmeb.
A Forcible Illustration ot the Eil. ot
Protection Facts for th Farmer,
The Hon. John Hancock In his Austin
speech on the evening ol the 17th inst. .while
discussing tho question of protective tariff,
read from a statement made by Mr.Tnrner,
of Kentucky, as follows:
"I shall read you now, though out of Hs
proper order, a statement by Turner, of
Kentucky, showing a few ot the burdens
the tariff Imposes upon the farmers. Mr.
"I'nder this tariff ho rises in the morn
ing, puts on his common flannel shirt taxed
!H per cent., his coat taxed 57 per cent.,
shoes taxed 35 per cent., hut taxed C5 per
cent., takes water from a bucket taxed 35
per cent., aud washes his face in a tin bow!
taxed 35 per cent., dries it on a cheap cotton
towel taxed 45 per cent. He sits down to )
liishuiuble meal and eats from a plas eta xnl
50 per cent.f with a knife and fork taxed 35
ner cent., drinks his cotlee with sugar taxed
08 per cent., seasons his food with la't
taxed GO per cent., pepper taxed til
per cent.; he looks around on his
wife and children, all taxed in tbe
same wsy, takes a chew of tobacco
taxed 109 ner cent, cr lichts bis cigar taied
IIS per cent; and sir, even tho s:ini:gbt
from heaven that pours into his humble
dwelling must com through the window
glass taxed 6'J per cent., and yet thinks be
lives In the freest aovernment under the
heavens. Tl:c:i Lc st.ula to ttui!., I uia ii.u
bridle taxed 35 per cent, on his horse and
takes his horse lhat has been tbod.tnc nails
used In the shoeing taxed 5J per cent.,
driven bv a hammer taxed 20 per cent.,rtnd
hitches liim to a plow taxed 45 per cent.,
with chains taxed 58 per cent., and after
the day's labor is closed and bis family all
gathered around, hs reads a chapter from
bis Bible, taxed 25 per cat., and
kneels to God on an bumble carpet tased
51 per cent., and then he rest bis wearied
limbs on a sheet Uxed 15 percent., and
ooversMiimselt op with a blanket which bss
paid 104 per cent,; nor do these grasping
manufacturers stop here, but even tb
broom which his good wif sweeps tb
floor with la taxed 35 per cent., and tb
cooking vessels used in preparing her bus
band's frogs! sneal, are taxed 42 per cect,
and tb soda need to lighten bis bread tax
ed 80 percent., she sit down tobersew Lg
with ber need) tared 25 per cent., and a
.pool of thread taxed 74 per tent., to make
a calico dress Uxed 58 per cent.; or U .be
wishes to knit warm socks to protect ber
bu.b.nd and children trom the tittrr
cold, ah nses: yarn taxed 1J0 icr cect..
and tbns daily and hourly must the Lad
earnings of tbe laborer go to tal.tfy lb
manrriactnrer and add to bis ill gotten
wealth." (applause.) Can yon imarioe
anything to bare more successfully td '
von from the sol of your loot lo the cxesm
of yonr bead, ami yt Mr. Tomer might
bare gone further and taken the shroud of
tbe dead child, and when laid awty, tb
rails in it. co fin. and all these burden im
posed, not to meet the exigencies of rrrr
ernment. but to build op rnremment ftr a
few pe.'sirs to make million at tb vi
pers' of the people, f-hall that tbenrf
unr aernin reail. iry friends, thst tb.s
CTtwnuuent va instituted for M bttl
i of lb people? Kxcbange.
TIm Prselsst Take Bt mm M-Ootlea;.
A sperial di.pat'rb from Prince '.en, N.w
Jersey, ssys: "rrssidesit Arthcr, nws
ianied by lu oo.bowi.l air lb t b
mor class, visited PriDottoa to-day.
H arrived on tb 1 'clock train, and a
i a - r-- ' w -
, bias, rrssideot M'Cosh met bia en L r-
rival and dror witb k)s (neat to b J rsi
4"nadjeenttotbrllew rroands A"!r-ws-d
abat Wl Wo-i-T-u. fn-sned hi line,
and marched to Inrvsr Mcf'otb . marr""Si.
t beer after elrer srsnt irrj fr lTei
dent Anbtrr. and b lew misrate tr-s
senerabt pTes''ieit of the eo ie arrea's'.
iaeompaey i'h hi d strnrTi'sbed
and iDUwlnred bim to to easemb-ed
Ikrrmr Alter tho rbeerin and an. .-)
b4 s-ihs Ad, Mr. arbor u.snted te "s
dent, for th b-wr tn-v bad h-ni
trt'i be . soolly cr and Urea tht
ssauerrts dli- ail fl'iree lt ns.
tnr sras emdr-ted the-mrb lb er..'rs
I rwtiis ani b'-n nr. lu ba h s
I p-eesed atlrb aurr -- J- l""t kJ
I-1-rre at ft r-irr-s.
H sra ars
Joidly ebeered a tn train rnved swwy