MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2. 188B.
FROJI ACROSS THE 0CE1S
BOISGS 15 GREAT BRITAI5 A5D
05 THE COSTISEST.
XaaUVate of the Duke or Sefllle
The Die D'Anmale's Will
. Lohdoii, Oc'over 1. Gen. Bulwer
will prowfd to Ulster next Saturday.
He has bean invested with powers
similar to ihoiw given to Gen. Bir Ked
yers Balltr in County Kerry.
irt sy Iba Wake. of Seville.
Madrid, October 1. A manifonto
to the Vi anlnh pople, aigned "Kn
riqne de Bitbon, Duke de Seville," is
being circu ated ia Spain. The docu
ment, which waa pnb.iahed in Tarbea,
France, ia dtod September 28ih. In it
the Dake, who is under imprieonnunt
for huTiii? attempted to force hia way
into the Queen'a preaence while be
wai on nrliUrr duty at the palace,
ahor.ly rfter King Alfonro's death,
complaica that be ia harshly treated
in priaon. He also df dares that, al
though he ia a Republican by birth
and at heart, be loyally served hia
eonain. King Alfonso, ao long aa he
waa alive, brcanae family duty made
such service Imperative. "Now," aaja
the manifesto, ''that King AH onto ia
dead all that is ended, and I deiire to
aeiat in proclaiming a Republic f r
8pain. A Republic ia the only form
of government that can fumiah a
guarantee for the security and integ
rity of the country."
The Npaaleli.Uermaa Treaty.
Madrid. October 1. The Official
GaxtU publishes the text of the com
mercial treaty between Spain and
Germany, signed on August 28lb, pro
longing the treaty of 1883 to 1892.
The Dae D'Aomile'l Will.
Pas, October 1. The will of the
Dbo D'Aama'e. braueathing h's great
estates at Cbantilly, with all their ap
purtenances, works of art, books and
revenues to the French Iostitute in
trait for the people of France forever,
ia dated in lam. me JJoae explains
that he wishes to have the transfer
made now for the express purpose of
avoiding legal hamperiDgs which
might be instituted by claimants or
heirs aft ir his death. The gift Is ao
comnanied by but one condition, and
that is that tbe property must be pre
served Intact as it shall be on tns (lav
it comes into nosseealon of the trus
tees. The es'atea are to be railed the
Goods Museum, and are to be opened
to the publio at leant twice a week
daring aix months of the year, and
tbe revenues are to be applied to keep
ing toe whole of the estates In proper
order and to the acquirement ol audi
tional works of art to enrich the mag
nificent collection with which the es
ta'es are already endowed; to pen
sioninc indigent authors and sr
tist". and furnishing prizes for the en-
coursg.ment of the adoption of their
artistic careeis. A separata clause of
the will author us the sale ol the uao
D'Anmale's domains at Dolus to pro
vide the money for the preliminary
expenses which may a'tund the trans
fer and transformation of the Cban
tilly estates from their present private
character 1 1 that for which they are
A liraaa; Prate to (be rewere.
Fasis. Ootober 1. The French mem
bet ot tha Etvpiian Debt Commission
has eddwaed to tbe powers a strong
Jirotest agxinit the mannor in which
he Bnglish are neiog fhe funds raised
by the last loan guaranteed by the
powers. In the course of his remaiks
at Montpelier yesterday, Prime Minis
ter De Freycinet said that the main
object to be considered now was the
economic progress ot the country.
Thanks to the increased revenue de
rived l.om taxation, he hoped that the
Atlantic and Mediterranean canal
scheme would be speedily carried into
fleet, lie repeated hia appeal for
. Lou don, Ooober 1. The official re
port ahows that the Imports of cotton
during the past week were 41,t92
bales, and the exports SIR!) hales ; im-
1 porta si ore January 1st, 2,60 1,382 bales ;
exports, 3iO,777 bales.
i I'belera aetata. v
FtsTH. Ootober 1. Since the latt re
volt thtiie were five doatha iiom
cholera and sixteen now cases in
Tbi-st, October 1. There bai been
one death iiom cholora and f jar new
ca-es in tl'in city since the last report.
Rom a, October 1. Since the IhbI re
ort there have been five deaths finjn
ehieia and nineteen new casda
London, Ontotr 1. Mr. Joshua
Nncn, formerly American Vice (Jon
Bol Uonural at London, is dead.
London. Oc'ober 1. Mr. Parnell
baa gone to Fait Bourne, Sussex
where he will remain In quiet.
Moscow, October 1. The Qatttu de
clares that thirty Hungaiians have
been whipped to death for expressing
ympainy witQ iiussia s action in Bui
Bnrlin, October 1. The Berlin rotl
says that the Congo free State has re
fused to grant a railway concession to
a firm ol Englishmen because they
were ton exacting in the terms they
Paaia. October 1. The French
Chambers have been summoned to
assemble on October 4th. President
Urevy has sanctioned the credit of
340,000 francs for the encouragement
of the French sea 6'heriee.
lies so nowadays that a man never
dinks yon are telling the tru'.n in a
Anv business mm would be likely
enough to be able to add instances r f a
aimilar nature. The truth is that
trickery in trade hat beome so com
mon aa almost to be regarded as legit
imate, and the old proverb has been
practically to aud traue m
love aid war in the eaegory
of things which excuse any and
all means ol gaining an end. "I re
tired fiom business," a retired leather
merchant told a friend, "because I
must 1 si money or m ke it by mtans
I wouldn't stoop tn. Competition in
busini ss methods I can meet as long
as it it honest, but when it came to
match in roguery I . threw np my
The only possible reflection which
can give any satisfaction in this matter
is that tbe worss diabone ty becomes
the more nearly it approaches the point
where it defea's iieelf and the rcac
t on begins. When it cemes to be gen
erally felt that nobody can be lelied
upon, a reputa'ion for absolute hon
esty becomes so valuable commercially
that once more men find it wor n
while to cultivate a habit of straight
forward dealing from a business pont
of view, even if they sre not capable
of being moved thereto by moral prin
ciples. Business can only be conducted
upon the assumption of individual
honesty, and bencs when fraud be
comes too evident the instinct of sulf
seeking comes into p'ay to force men
back once mors to cleaner methrdi
and more honorable dea ing; aad if
the common prevalence of corruption
may be taken as a sign, we cannot be
far from the point of reaction tcday.
Tbe Jelresa, Ilae Her Ilaafcand la
Ceart far Threaleniaa; Her.
NewYobk, October 1. David Ds
Bensaui, husband of Violet Cmeron,
was up in the Couit of Spec ial Soeslona
this efwrnoon, charged with having
threatened the life of bis wife. lie
denied that be bad ever made any
such three's as those charged, and
atated that bis only object in coming
ti this country waa to protect his wife's
"honor." This a'ternoon M:sj Cam
eton was upon the etand. She testified
that ahe was married to the witness
some years ago in Italy. She was to
appear in the Casino next Wedntsday
bat had been threatened. She bad
seen tbe defendant bnt once, end that
was outside of Delmonico's. Witness
admitted that she had been charged
with adultery with Lord Lonsdale,
but that the aultbad been withdrawn.
She refused to answer farther ques
tions on that subject.
Oroaalaa aa a Bed of A soar, '
In to throes f rheauatiara, whioh hai
reaohad tha inlaamaterv jUie, tha laral.i
bai Juit oauso ta daiilors tha tneffioienof at
dioinaa which eonld nalther uproot tha
dtiaata at tta .ntatart, nar avert Iti dreaded
allmaz. UesteUer'l Stomaoh Bltlara la a
nedlolna whloh, without the dansar attand
ina tha ui af loma of I ha crdinarr iaoifloi
far this malady, it Intaltalr mora narehlni
and effaotlre. Uaed at tha start, It ahaaka
the prof ran of the dliaaas, andaxaala, or
asutrallasa, tha rheataatla viral ia tha
blood. Who ae Ukaa it Inaara o ritk, and
lnorate ba baaaflttd. Valuabla In rhoa
matlam, it la aaaallr affloaotoua aa aramadr
for nauralfla, liver esoaplatnt, lnd faitioa,
chilli and lavar, dsbdi'Ti "d ta-Mtlvltr af
aianara aaa Dia iaar. it mar, ano, at
rallad upon to erameM alaea aad aepaliM.
Tba Traableaaaaa Healeaaie.
Ei. Paso. Tax.. October 1. Two
Mexican policemen today pursued a
native whom Ihey wanted ti arrett
aorots the Rio Grande into United
States territory, snd a little beyond
the A'chlson, Topeka and Santa Fa
depot they came up with him, and be
ing both armed with liflestbey fir.d
at him, wounding him serimsiy,
Tbeythen se'sed the disabed man
and dragged him back to Mexican
territorv. fording the river to do to.
Great indignation is expressed here
over this wanton ou'rage.
HIE PACKING IIOIMS
CHICAGO to Knur
And Will Not Beenme Uatll the ques
tion ot Honrs of Labor
Chicago, III, Oc'ober 1 The
statement is published thia afternoon
that a great lockoot at the stxk
yards baa teen decided up n rorce
time dunnic th s moitti, when tne
packing houses will all closedown and
remain closed until the qneetion of
e'ght houri or ten h'ur is settled.
One of tbe la'geat packers said thia
morning: "Trouble is of course ex
pected. It will be a long fight, hot we
cao't ran oa eight horns with the
other honoes around ui runniog on
ten hours. So Ue trouble might as
well come all at onre as to drag along
unlil we are compsl ed to abut down
by loses. It is likely that several of
the houses will start up in a small way
on tbe ten hour ichedule and make
The uiiicjgo racking ana rrovis'on
Company baa already shutdown for
repairs. That ia wnat su tne packing
companies officers tav, and ihii is
probably the tecr-1 oi tne aeniai ci
the packers that this is to bs a lock-
ont The houses will shot down oce
after another for repairs. Ween they
open it will be on ten hours time or
not at all. At tnis time oi ine year it
is cuttomary for all tha houses which
have been running all summer to
abut down for repaiis. Thin October,
however, tbe shut down wl 1 be sig
nificant. It will afford tbe houses the
opportunity to throw on their men the
onus of tbe fighting. Tbo-ewhn ap
ply for work can go to work at ten
hours, or they can stay nut. Mean
while all the bouse at Kansa City,
Omaba, Milwaukee, Hp ingfied, St.
Lou s and eUe a here will be inn day
the fact oi the lockout is au norita-
(ive. Sjii the fact that the puckers
aieall acting together. There is no
d ubt st all about there being concert
of action, yet the packerj ae all so
reticsnt, and tome ol tnum auny me
fact so glibly, that ti one not verxed
in their ways their denials wonld be
accepted. There is, however, no
doubt that the loikout is agreed to,
aud prepara ions are going foiward to
make a loug and stubborn fight for
the ten hour question.
A hog buver said tots morning:
"There is plainly something in the
wind at tha s o k yards, out just
what it is nobody knows. Tbehousjs
are going to close down veiy sjon.
They cm better afford to make the
fight in Ootober than in November.
Hoga are high now, and ty abutting
down and forcing tbe ten hour flxht,
tbe packers wou d rea ly muka their
expenses by tte depre eion of the
price of hogs." By the g'eat lockout
20 000 people will ba depiired if em
ployment. It is expected that they
will tiler a stubborn resistance, and
it is not thought impiobable that the
fight will had to bloodshed.
Mk Liberal Lwaaber t'ampaay.
Fittsbdbo, Pa., Oo'obfr 1. The
Rochester Lumber Company have no
tifi d their employes that a part of the
concern'a proats till be d stribaied
among them at the end of tbe term
bfgeing Oc ober 4. 1886. and conclud
ing O tober 1, 1887. It is prop eed to
dittributt abou $4C00 among tbe m n
as a recognition of fa t' ful servient.
The money wi 1 ba (aid as a bona
for mskiog big wag I Tbe employes
earning the largest a agpsjwill be given
$150, the second $125, aud so on down
to the tenth man, who will receive
$10. The shop making the largest
torn will bs given $100 to be divtutd
among tbe men, and the boy who is
not absent a turn will be piesented
ItUbaafaly la Baalaaaa.
Boston Cburw; "It has come to
this in business," a merchant said re
ceatly,"iht you can generally cheat a
man woist by tellirg him the f.ir,
square tru'h. He won't believe yon,
and in the end when he finds he's
swindled be hs nobody to blame but
himself." A atory which we once
heard a drg fancier tell illustrates
Eerfectly wl atthe speaker meant. "1
ad some dos to tell," the dog owner
remarked, "and among them was a
very good looking fallow that wasn't
worih a pin. De was a handsome
brute, bnt he hadn't been trained,
and you cou'dn't train hlai.
lis had all tha point, but he
was worthless. Well, one day a
fellow wan ed to buy a dop, aud I told
him to take to or tbme ont bunting
with him and loak them over and
pick out oue: and he picked out this
very dog. t'e asked what the price
was, ar 1 sid t i hfm: 'I gave t-'o
(onatdrg but I tell you honestly it
la net worto any hing. And I tM
him jut how It was. What was
the result t Why, be thooght
I wanted 10 keep that dog, and
was lying t keep him from buying
him, ani have Mm he would. J wo
or three wet as after he oll'e ed me the
dog f ir ft, end A islly he took him up
couuiry and left Lim bcauss he w. s
sot worth bringing back. Everybody
Careaf Liver Vaaaplalaa.
Iowa Falls, Hardin (Jo., lA.,Jnne
1885. I have been using Allcock's
Porous Piatters for four years and
think I could not get along without
them. For a long time I was iUIllctd
with a rain under my right shi uldor
b'ade; 1 aho had considerable d fllcul-
tv in breathing. I applied an Al cock's
.Porous Plaster on my back and one on
my chest. 1 kept changing tnem ev
ery four da) a, and at the end of three
wueka wa entirely cured.
is. o. Killing,
lllabop Taachvrvaai'a Flat.
Ottawa, Ont.. Ooob r 1. One of
the most crediUb e sots pel formed by
Caidinal Tsschsreau since hia eleva
tion is the flit he has issued to tbe
Roman Catholic clergy, forbidding
tii m to take any part or exorciee any
11 mm co over their parisblone'S dur-
g the con leg t licions. ueanug
tNat BishonG.ava. of Nicolet. had
taking an active part in the in-
terisVrf Conservative candidates, he
sent IMiop Racine with his tecretary
to hold Vi inquiry into the conduct of
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Rev W. R. ATilson, preeiding elder
of the Fait Ohio Methodist Epitcopal
Conference, died today at Uabtou.
Thejr Are Na4 Barry.
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greta that is, the day they first adopt
ed rarker'a ionic as their regular lam
lly medicine. Its range is so wl
and its good effects so euro, that
ing else, except good nursing, a
needed in a great maiority of
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Klnt Kliinu.l (lliuroh. B.ltlraur MA!'
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The Nleamaas Varaaoal
Montrkal. October 1. Ihe
ship Ca me'iia, which is ash
Lake St. tvter, got oat rf tbe
huh is 300 iett wide w
struck, In a dense mist and
cargo is very valuable, the li
siena using said to be worth
It c naists of 1000 shee
and abint 100 hoieiw.
100 hoiata srsin'ended for the a 1 ish
cavalry. Ibe v.stel llt so firmly
aground In tbe mud thkt a great ileal
of her cargo will hare to be taken out
before she will 11 st ,
Bbown's Bronchial TRoenra have
been ihor u.hiy tested, and maUtain
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ild BirtU Easyl
Tha tlma baa eoraa whaa tha ter-
ribla aaont ol ihla orilloal p.riod in
woman a 11 a can ba avodd. A dia
tlntul'had phjuiolan, wha apant 44
jraara In thia brinob of praotioa, left
to child b.arina woman thia laaaor,
Taa Momaa'a Fiu, and la ar
thai a ara thousand! ol wom.n wha,
bavtoi uboU thii ratialy balora oon
anamtnt, riaa np anl oall hia nam
bienaJ. na oan prcra all waelalm
br livint witna-aea and ryonaltiter
itcd oan oall, ur hava their enahanda
do an, and aa tha o lainal iattara,
whioh wa oannot publiah.
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nent benefit. Amon; tlie norober were one or two specialists. The medicine thcr applied
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aallr. 1 had a eevera im in my breant. After tutting aix bottles of S. S. 8. my rough left
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EST Toraont and Sample Oaaranlaeal. Good weights, and ramittaaees promr
I made. All Cotton Injured while in Transit and at Gin. Sacks furnished on aa
plication. Wa ue the "Patrut UailOHder" and unload all wagon eotton. Oir. ns a trial
HAP0LK0H HILL, Freildent. W. W. WlLKEBSOJ.Ttee-Freiltleata
H. J. IINN. CasUar.
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KH A SKBCBAI. FIBB ABTD MAUISM BlSIHWUi.
A QUARTER OF A HILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
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H. TUBiTKNnilM. WM. I. OOU, JAUKS RULLT,
B. MANbjIViD. 1. .
OaHcelO IladltiAn Street; XlemphLi. Te
BY MUTUAL CONSENT, th. Hrro of Alston, Crowell & Co. ia this day dissolved, E. W.
Crowell retiring. The remaining partners, P. S. Alston and II. 11. Manry, will oon
tinne th. business at the o'd stand, eorn.r front and Union streets, assuming all liabilitiat
and collecting all outstanding aooounts. E. W. CHOWKLL.
P. 8. ALSTON. .
Memphis, Tenn., September 1,1886. H.H.MAURY.
aarOn retiring as aoove. I bespeak for my inooosaors a eontlnnation of tbe liberal patron
age heretofore extended th. old firm. E. W. CROWULL.
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AW ABB TLkMWMB'WnJL, ATT.TAMB),
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lnmbc
Lath and Shingles, flooring, Celling and Cedar Posts.
HEMPHIB, - - TENWlISI!a
M. 0. FEARCE.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
Ed. C. FEARCE & Co
Cotton Factors & Commission Klerch's,
No. 280 r&OBTT STUEET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
Cotton Warahensa-Hes. HH aiatt 9lt Tnloa lrwl,
THE PETERS & SM7RIE CI,
M. JONES, President. I. F. PETERS, Vlca-Prasidaai.
aW. D. F. SAWRrB, Feoretary and Treuorer.
(8ac.rn.ora to Peter, at Bawrle,)
MAXCFACIUKEUS OF THE "MAGNOLIA BRAND"
30 38 and 40 Jefleraon Street.
N, M. JONia, JNO. K. SPBI, I. P. PKTBRB, GEO. ARNOLD, W. P. T. BATfrttsT.'
Doors, Sash, Blinds), irfoldlags, an kinds of Door and Window
Frames, Bracket, Scroll-Work, Bough and Dressed
Lumber, (Shingles, .Laths, Water Tanks.
All kinds ot Wood Work Executed at Short Notice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington street, Memphis. Tenn.
L. D. MULL1N8, of lata J. B. Godwin ft Co. J AS. T0NSK, lata ot J. W. OaldwaU Oa
MULLIKS & TONGE,
Cotton Factors &Commission erchants
No. 1 Hoygrd'a Bow. Cor. Front and Union. Mpmphi.
W. A. GAGE & OOo
Ho. OOO Front Street, : Sleiaplils, Tenit
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(SVeCESSORS TO HEACHAH A HOalTOHl
Old Sfanda No. 9 Uinon St., Memphis.
Liberal Advances on C'onsilgnmentr.
SG6 i'ront Street. : : Jleuiphis. Teuu,
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