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TOE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
PABADE ABANDONED OX AC
COl'M OF A SEYERE STORM.
Elaborate Decorations ind Prepara
Si. Lotus, 4lo.. September 21 S.
Louis is in holiday attire today, tbU
being the fiist day of the twenty
third triennial conclave of the Knights
Templar of America. The city, its
business men and private cit:zens,
have vied with each in decorating
their buildings and reti Jenees, and the
result is most pleasing. Along the lino
of march of the parade the fiontaof
tbe bu inees and municipal buildings
are hidden with their decorations of
flgs bearing appiopriate inscriptions,
emblem and mottoes, and various
colored bn ting, draped in a graceful
and fantastic manner. The most
showy decorations are those about
and upon the courthouse. This build
ing occupies an entire square, all
around which bare been placed, at
equi distant 4olnta, pcles twenty five
feet high, trimmed and connected
with each other by gatlanda of woven
evergreens. Each pole bears a shield,
upon which ia painted tbe grand seal
of tome State or Territory. Behind
the shields, and falling from the top of
the poles to tbe ground, are long,
graceful tri-colored pennant. A teach
entiance to the building stand two
immense pyramidal pillars of ever
greens, crowned with Masonic em
blems. Directly over each entrance
are semi-circular sunbursts con
structed of evergreens, Digs and bunt
ing. The building presents a bril
All of the business houses ara taste
' felly trimmed. Washington avenue
and Olive street are gay with flutter
ing bunting. Tine, Chestnut and
Market streets have their share of
iliga, while tbe lets popular thorough
fares have 11 tgi in every window, giv
ing tbe streets a gala day appearance.
The digs and pennant are so thick on
some streets that, viewing them In
perspective, every breeie seems to sot
the walls in motion.
immediately in front of the main
entrance to tbe Exposition Building
the reviewing stand has been erected,
and it, too, is elaborately decorated.
The stand ia about lllty feet Kjuare
and is covered with a canopy of can
vas, from the cen'er cf which floats a
large United 8 ates flag. Entirely
atound it have been placed national
fitgsand KnighU Templar emblems,
wuue irom us corners uopenu stream
ers of many colored bunting.
Wnen the Knights Templar awoke
this morning thecletrskyof last even
ing had become overcast with dark
clouds and a damp Northeast wind
ws blowing with considerable veloci
ty. Light overcoats were not at all un
comfortable, and the cooling drinks
provided for the anticipated thirat of
the marchers wore entirely aupor
iluou. At 8 o'clock a cold, steady rain set
in, and tbo parade would have been a
mirch through mud had not the streets
along through which tbe parade
passed been thoroughly swept and
Gleaned early this morning.
As early as 5:30o'olock a.m., "quads,
companies and cominanderius, many
of them aocompanled by bands i jud
aic, oould have been seen hurriedly
crossing to their rendezvous. Those
who started thither early in the morn
ing were more fortunate than their
tardy brethren, who, at 8:30 o'clock
were proceeding to their appointed
laces with drooping plumoi and
The early morning trains were all
on time and deposited many com
manderies who have come to the con
clave from points near .St. Louis, and
they proceeded immediately to their
positions. At 8:30 .o'clock the first
?;un directing the commanderias to
orm was fired, and the side streets
leading into the main thoroughfares
were alive with the 30,000 Knights
wno paruoipaieu in me parade, hur
rying to their positions, and soon
afterwards were all ready to jo
tbolr divisions. ' -
As time patded on tt tain full
heavier and heavier uutil the streets
became bopp1-" wet. At 0
o'clock th prospects for a clear
ing up were not at all bright, and a
few minutes later, J. It. Parsons, Com-mandor-in-Uhiof
of the commander
iee, If sued an order abandoning the
parade. The order was communi
cated to tho faithful Knights who had
been standing in tbe rain ready to
march and they broke ranks, greatly
dieapolnteil at not being ablo to
parade, but very willing to get in out
of the rain. A mooting of the Uraod
Encampment will be bul l at noon in
the entertainment ball in the Imposi
The disappointment at the aban
donment of tbe parade was immeasur
able in every quarter, A mere post
ponement would not suffice, as tbe
roles of the order permit a parado only
as an escort to the Grand Encamp
ment, and ts that body must meet at
the appointed time the rain absolutely
prevented a parade at this conclave.
Said Commander in Chief Pareons:
"Tbe disappointment is greater than I
can eipross. Tbe arrangements were
Eerfect to the minutest detail. We
ad Impressed into our service for the
occasion the very best military talent
in this section, and were assured of
something over 20,000 men being in
line at the stroke of the appointed
hour, and bad the state of the weather
permitted, the parade would have
been the finest ever known. As it
was, however, nothing was left but to
abandon it, and thus cat out one of
the most prominent public feataies of
The local oommanderies only were
held at their headquarters to form the
escort to the Grand Encampment in
case the weather should allow even
that small display. To the tens of
thousands of spectators who had be
gan to crowd tbe streets along tho
prosped route of the procession the
disappointment was almost as great ss
to the Knlgbte themselves. Tbe dec
orations were drabbled and torn,
while the heavy wind which accom
panied the rain tore many from their
bearings, and by 10 o'clock the specta
cle was anything but beautiful and
I n every quarter store s, doorways and
very place offering tbe slightest shel
ter Irom the driving wind and rain
were crowded with wet, bedraggled
and thoroughly diegueted men, women
and children, Knights and civilians.
The hotel lobbies and the various
headquarters were thronged with
Knights and their fiiende, bitterly
bewailing the rolBfortunes of the
morning. Not only was the aban
donment of tbe parade made neces
sary, but the continuance of the
storm rendered a repetition of the
friendly calls, with which yesterday
was occupiod, impossible.
The numerous reviewing stands
erected along the route tf the proces
sion, which early began to fill with
night-seers, presented a deserted and
ioneeome sppenrauce, and the specu
lators who bad counted on handnome
retires from their investments in con
slructing them rs they raw their
prospective profits vanish, voiced their
disappointment in terms even rtrnnger
man those employed by tbe Knights.
The only people benefited by tbe
st?rm were the keepers of dnwn town
raoorts, whoje places rapidly filled
with those who could find no other
way of passing the time, and the
street car and other transfer people
whose services wera in creat demand.
At the time set for the departure of
the members of the Grand Encamp
ment from their rendezvous for the
encampment hall, it whs deemed In
advisable to furnish anyestoit and the
locil commacderies, which had been
held in readiness to act in that ci
pacity, were permitted to disperse,
and the members of the encampment
were taken t the hall in carnages,
The Grand Kncamprxent bopan its
seseion at 12 :30o click, being presided
over bv Sir Knight Charles li:ome, of
.New York c ty, K. E. D. G. M., in the
absence ol bir Knigbt ttobeit tnocn
Withers, M. E. G. M., who was too
ill to leave bis room at the hotel.
In the opening of the publio meeting
Mayor David 1C Francis delivered an
an areas of welcome on behalf of tbe
city, which was responded to by
Deputy Grand Master Koome. On
behalf of the Mis-ouri Grand Com
mandery en address of welnsme whs
presented bv Bir Knight Joseph 8
Brown, Grand Commander, and also
briefly responded to by Deputy Grand
At the conclusion of these prelim
inariee, at 1 o'clock, the Encampment
went into secret session to listen to
the addresees and reports of officers,
after which it adjourned until 10
THE GEORGIA TREACHER
ON LA NT
Hli Crime One of the Moit riendUh
C'bnrneier Chopped Up
Butler (Ga ) special to tbe Chicago
Timei: Hundreds of colored ptople
gathered here today to wdneea the
execution of one of their race, the Rev.
JeseeCook, who has just paid the
death penalty for the murder of his
wife, formerly Mrs. Dahlia Fowler.
. In 1878 tbe Missionary Baptist Col
ored Association for Georgia met in
this place. Among the delegates to
that body was the Kev. Jesse Cock, of
Chattahoochee county. He was pray
erful and wordy, taking a leading part
in the exercises of the occwion.
Among the colored sisters who labored
to make the visit of the brethren pleas
ant was Mrs. DBhlia Fowler, who had
the respect and confidence of all her
white neighbors. Cook made himsolf
so agreeable to her tbat she consented
to become his wife before tbe associa
tion session was closed. Mrs. Cook
was thereupon the recipient of many
congratulations, for the hight of a re
ligious colored woman's ambition is to
find herself under the wing of some
It was thus that Cook came to give
np his homo in Chattahoochee and
become a cit'zon of this place, lie
found himself in a hornets' nest when
he attempted to preach. The other
colored clergymen looked upon him
as an intruder, and slighted him from
their pulpit?. Kev. Jesse Cook con
tinued to preach where he could, bat
it was too plain that he had fallen
from grace. To add to his disgrace it
became known that he was unkind to
Ids wife and tbat he frequently chas
In March of 1885 be beat his wife so
unmercifully that she left him and
took service with Col. C. T. Waters,
taking her 5 year old little girl with
her. Tbe grand jury, which was in
session, indioted him for vagrancy. In
consequence of tbis Cook took refuge
in tbe swamps and defied arrest. On
the evening of March 30th he slipped
up to the nonce in wiium lite wife wis
living, and begged her to live in the
swamp witn nun. ints sue reiused
to no, anu, supping out oi doors, ran
for the house of her employer. Cook
icked up a club ax which happened
lie at hand and gave chase to bis
iloolnj wife. Catching tip to her. he
sent the ax cleaving through her head.
As she full upon the ground tbe little,
child ran up and embraced its mother,
bagging the fthot to stop. Cook,
infuriated, jumped upon the body
of the dead woman, and, with one font
upon bor head, began chopping her to
pieces, Tho child s screams brought
the no'ghbors, when tho murdorer,
taking iliglit, gained the swamp in
safety. A posse of fllry nion, under
tho sheriff, armed and accompanied
by bloodhounds, went upon the trail
at onoe. For two weeks the exciting
chase was kept np before the mur
derer, who was shielded by his color,
was arrested. He was at once put on
ttial, convicted, and sentenced to be
hanged on the 2d of last October. An
appeal to the Supreme Court inter
vened, when the previous sentence
was sustained, and today was desig
nated as the time for his final de
parture. The crowd at the execution was esti
mated at 8000. Cook made a full con
fession. THE DEMOCRATIC PAMPHLET.
Charges AgalBit Kx-t'oniiululoner
Jlndley Eaeitea Ihett.A, B.
Nw York, September 21. A Wash
Ington special to the World says: The
Democratic pamphlet portraying the
Republican clauses in tbe Pension
Office has created quite an excitement
among the members of the Grand
Army of the Republic throughout the
country, and a movement is on foot
among its most prominent members
to petition the newly elected Commander-in-Chief,
Gen. Fairchlld, to
convene a court martial under the G.
K. A. laws to investigate charges con
tained in the pamphlet against ex
Commissioner of Pensions Dudley, and
if found true, to dismiss him from
membership tor actions unbecoming a
soldier and a comrade io proatiting,
for partisan purposes, an cilice created
for the benefit of tbe wounded and
crippled soldiers, and the widows and
orphans of their late ce-nrados. This
is a giave offense under the laws of
the Grand Army.
Nilll Inereaiilng'-Anoilier Defaulter
CroMea the Line,
Saranac, Mkh., September 21.
The absence from town of Jerome i
Brown, of the firm of Lee & Brown.
created excitement throughout this
vicinity. A. C. Us asserts that his
name, which appears on $tf000 worth
of the firm's napor, is a forgery. The
liabilities of the ins'.itution are placed
at f 110,000, with no assets, all tbe
firm's property having been disposed
of. The depositors were principally
farmers and wotkingmen who knew
of tho bank's shaky condition, but
were unable to get their money.
Brown is supposed to be in Canada.
His wife and children remain here,
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL
TROUBLE Af GREYSTOJE.
Statement That His Nephews Intend
to Content the Document
Chicago. New York special to Timet,
17th: Many severe comments are made
bvrelttives and menus of tbe late e m'
uel J, Tilden npon the conduct of
Andrew ZI. Green as executor of the
statesman's will. Altbongh the will
Las not been admitted to probate, and
tboexetu'ots it names have, eons:
onentiv. no nower as yet nndir it,
Mr. Green has already usurped even
more privileges than it gives him. He
is said to have instructed the house
keeper to have all the bills fur tup-
plus made out to bim personally, but
it is insisted tbat even then be thould
cot occurv tbe house without reim
bursing the estate. Mietei Ruby and
Susie Tiden, who bad aiwajs
lived with tbeir ancle at
Greyetone, were obliged to leave
there npon abort notice ftom Mr,
Green on the 8th instant. Greystone
was closed upon tbo plea that no pro
vision bad been made for tbe current
expenses after Mr. Tilden's death, and
tbe executors wers unwilling to ad
vance money when there was a possi
bility tlm the eurrrgnteot Wts:ches
ter county would not allow the claims
thus incurred. The young ladies and
their friends believe that they were
used harshly, as tbe custom has gen
erally prevaded to permit people re
eidiugin the house of a deceased mem
ber of tbe family to remain there at
all events until after the probate of the
will. When spoken toon the subject,
the chief clerk of the surrogate of this
"There bas never been an instance
in this court where the surrogate has
made an objection to an i'em of ex
pense nnder such circumstances. The
surrogate bas always held tbat the
maintenance of relatives living in tbe
house after a death was a perfec ly
proper expense." The tettimony for
the probate of the will will be taken at
While Plains during the coming week,
as Mm. Whittlesey, one of the bene
ficial ics, who lives in Wisconsin, bas
sent on a power of attorney. Rumors
that there may lie a content are still
r fe, though an effort Is being made to
effect an amicable settlement with the
dirsatisfied heirs. Mr. Tilden's neph
ewe, George II. and Samuel i. Tilden,
ir, belmve that they have cause
or cDrapIalnt. They were induced
to assume the liabilities incurred
by their father in taking charge of the
bueines at fiew t,ebanon. come
of these claims were f o d debts made
at the time their father's carbolizing
works at Chicago faded. Their uncle,
who was supposed to have been a reg
n'.ar partner in this concern, was
found merely to have been a creditor,
3 rwl t J-vli 1 1 nn( t KaeafiiA Vis Vi i) I li a .
bis. The young men's riends assert
that Mr. lilden promised to settle for
tnum wbea they atsuxed the old lam
ily business, which tbey would never
have taken up bad it not been lor this
Why Four Hen are Happy In 8,
B. Frank Burpee was reported (o
have had a snug prize in the Louis
iana State Lottery, and we ascertained
the tacts: Air. Burpee, a saloon keep'
er, No. 8 Granite btreet, S. Boston,
joun uutran with, the Boston and At
bany railroad, and two brothers, Cbas.
and Henry rbllbrick, teamsters,
previous to tbe August 10th drawing
oi the lniisiana state tottery uotn
pany, each subscribed $1 and pur
chased four one-fifth tickets, one of
which, No. 35,031, drew one-fifth of
the second capital prize $25,000, $1250
for each share, lees Adams Express-
age. Mr. B. 1 rink Burpee is a mar
ried man, having a wife and one child.
The other three are single men, 22 to
80 years of ne eobor, steady and In-
duttrioue, and will make good use of
the money. Bottm (Mai ) Commer
cial and Shipping Litl, August 27.
The Yacht Uitnna Capiilsed In the
Port Jkkkkhson, N. Y., September
zi.ine sloop yachts Gitana and r .
O. Smith left Back Rock, Conn., on
Monday for a race around the Strat
ford shoal light, The jib sheet of tbe
yacht Gitana fouled, causing her to
enpsizs and throwing all on board into
the water. Timely asaiatance was
given by the F. C Smith and all were
saved. After dulling two miles the
yacht was secured and anchored in the
sound. The steamer Nonowantuc bis
gone to right her. Both crews rftopped
at the lighthouse last night, thorough
ly drenched aud chilled.
They Are Not Horry.
There is one thing nobody ever re
grets that is, the day they first adopt
ed Parker's Tonic as their regular fam
ily mediclno. Its range is so wide
and its good effects so sure, that notb
lng else, except good nursing, an
needed in a great majority of cases.
Buy it, try it, and afterward it will not
require any praise roru us.
Ottawa, Ont., Septomber 21. Ah
Suet and Malotte, two persons con
victed of murder and sentenced to
death by tbe British Columbia courts,
have been respited until November
1st in consequence of the action taken
in the Sproule cose.
CHILLS and FEVERS
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FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Th Genuine Vim Trade Mark and crowed Red
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Real Estate Agent,
AXI IT. S. CO.MMISSIOXEIl,
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DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
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VT. N. WILKERSOV. OEO. ARNOLD, J. W. RICIMRDSOV. J. F. DUWIN.
W. A. SMITH, Proprietor.
Speers Cotton Gin
Hilling from Mulberry
for Insurance and Sacks free.
The Largest and only Complete Gin in the city
sSTBeHt yield. Best Sample.
Crab Orchard Water
HOnnln. Crab Orchard Snltfl In mtled twkiim
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GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants,
BTo. 307 Front Street,
J. A. BAILEY.
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33G Second Street, Memphis.
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Hps. II 1-2 and 13 Union
LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE,
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irFlno Stoo lc.-va irBtyllah Turnouta.ia
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Ute f J. 8. Day k Son. Ute of Mtubtm
DAT, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-363 Front. Street Memxhl Tenn.
GEO. O. HARBIN. JAS. A.
Established im 1354
W. A. Suiitu'B Pat. Separator.
Eagle Eclipse Hnller Ulns,
Plain 10-Incb Gin, and
SOUTHERN STANDARD PRESS,
Price at Factorr, 8100 and 8110.
ALLISON feEtl) COT ION CLEANERS.
VAII kinds of Qlna Repaired. Speoial
Discount to tbe Trade. -
Ht ami 8M front Ht., Wmphlw, Tena
to St. Martin Streo ts
A KrmmlT for all SImmm or the Urer, Kid- a
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: Memphis, Temi.
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98 Seoond St. Memphis. Ten
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MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
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on rnori notioe, Tor the oeleorated MHlart Pa.nl
WronirlM.xu fnllj. Wt carry in itook over
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avrWenaTeaoommodious Vault for the deposit ol raluablea, which li at th
our customers, rrca of CbarKe.
. P. HAJJDEJf, President. EWD. GOLDSMITH, Tlce-Presldeat.
JAMES WATHAS. Cashier.
Hew Cotton 6fin
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OES A GKHEBAL FIBJB ABD JfABIHB BCIIWI,
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BY MUTUAL CONSENT, the Arm of Alston, Crowell A Co. is this day dissolyed. E. W.
Crowell retlrinR. The remaining partners. P. Alston and SI. H. Maury, will con
tinue the business at the old stand, corner Front and Union streets, assuming all liabilitiet
and collecting all outstanding accounts. E. W. CHOW ELL.
P 8 ALSTON
Memphis, Tenn., September 1, 1886. h. H, MaURY
-0n retiring as above. I bespeak for my luccessora a continuation of the liberal patron
age heretofore extended the old firm. K. W. CROWELL.
mw ui rume-nu, im.TAU!
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Cotton Factors & Commission Herch'is,
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324 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
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on Mors. m Grocer!
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Doom, Sash, Blinds, tf oldlagH,
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upward, and Intereit allowed on lame Semr-
Bondi and Securities generally, pey tazea, antaa
financial business requiring a sale and responsible
and unload all waiton cotton, ii v. n. , T.i.i
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all kinds of Door and Window
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