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: WEDNESDAY, : i OCT. 13, 1SSC
DEMOCKATIC TIC KET.
BOBERT L. TAYLOR, of Waahlnaton.
FOR COXa R ESS,
JAMES r II EL AX, of 6hclby.
HENRY J. LYSN.
J. D. MONTB DONICO.
W. B. BARBELL.
RALPH DAVIS. .
J. W. ALLEN.
W. L. CLAPP.
B. A. ODLUM.
KOAH AID CH1LIEU,
The election o( the Hon. J. B. Mot
gan in tba Second Mississippi Con
gressional Dis'rict la assured. From
erery ionics of lnformitlon we learn
that the Democrats are n united In
hla support as to leave no doubt of bia
success. A few office-seeking Demo
crate with fatcied grievances are op
posing Joeljii Morgan, but Chalmers
will receive fewer Democratic volei
than were c at for bim two years ago,
while most a 1 tse Greenbackers and'
many Republicans will vote for Mor
gan. The candidacy of Chalmers rep
resents nothing under the sun but
selfishness. Too tig for either of the
two g'fat political parties, too small to
create a new part, be his organized
the Chalmers paity, and in the hope
of s:caring the nrgro vcte he
bag adopted the old methods
of the carpetbigsers by paial
ing the district and ttriving day and
night to array the bUckg amainst the
w hites. An Independent in Congress
excrjfca no more in fl nonce in leiti la
tion than a block of wood. He Is m in
trusted by all parties and respected by
none, lis nimlly votes against the
party he bas deserted or which has
repudiated him, but the party wbl :h
profits by the tr.asoa never rtsp jtts
the traitor. What good Gen. Cbal
' merg can do in Congress for Repub
lican!!, Greenbacks a, Woikingmon,
Democrats, cr the couitrr, is pait all
finding out. Judge Morgan, his op
ponent, is not self nominated, but the
choice of the Democracy, , the great
par y which has been intrusted with
the administration of the governmen',
and will be in a petition in Congrats
to serve lbs ciuntry and tbs people
of his district. The people
of the Second District will
not heeila'e between the sail
nominated Chalmers and Morgan, the
nominee of his arty. Judge J. B.
Morgan deusrves the indorsement of
bis party by a re-election, lie has
made a wis', safs, influential member
of Congrs:s, and he will no doubt bs
elected by an inoreawd majnity.
Bat the Democracy of h's district
mutt bring out' the fait at-ength of
the party oa the day of the election.
Geo. Cba'msrs 1b making a vigorous
can vi si la orgs Izing the blacks
against the whites, and h's frier ds
are active, and they mm1, be met at
every point. A tall vote elnts Mor
gan by 6000 niaj rity. It rests npon
Democrats alune to see that this full
vote is srenred. The Democracy rf
the Second Mississippi District held
the fort two years n?,o agaiast all as
saults, and, intrenched wi bin the
Stronghold of a large mrjority, that
majority should be placed in line of
'' battle on the 2d day of November.
11 BAN HlAVKl FREED. "
The Queen regent ol Spain is (bow
ing tbat slio ha a kind heart. An
Impulsive outbreak against ths gov
ernment broii e cut a short time ago.
Much sympathy was felt tor the lead
ers, who had ben arrested, and who
were expected to ba dcomed to dea'h.
The Quoen shared the prevalent sym
pathy, and has paidnntd them. Mer
ciless prominent Fpanish grandees
are indignar.t, but the people are
aroused to n'huslaam for their kind
hearted Q'leen. She has perfotmtsd
another grand deed she bas llbeiated
every clave in Cubs. The Spanish
have btea hard task masters ever
since they compelled the Indiana to
work in ths mines till kindly death
relieved the m.i We bavs teen gangs
of slaves in the streets of Havana,
each one led by a white man carrying
loaded gun over bis shoulder, or a
sword by his side. The
gloomy, downcast countenances of
the poor vlct'ms of Spanish
greed, were a striking contrast
to ths faors of our plantation hands
thirty years sgo, which were usually
ready at ths least provocation to burst
into a bread grin and a merry chuckle.
There have been partial ac'sof etnan
clpation in Cuba before, and there
was a law parsed in 187! for tbe grad
ual abililion of slavery throughout
ths islands, but the law was greatly
evaded, and men 1 r whose freedom
ft provided were ele-tiltied in slavery,
acd upwards ol 200,010 negroes were
still in bondage. 1) S'taidinir P4rij4i
and ill exeeu'ed plain of enianclpo
tion, the kindly Queen lias maJo ev
ery slave in Cuba a free man. This
generous act leaves evt ry government
in Europe clear of slavery, Spain was
tt o last of them to te'ain Ibo irnti.u
tion. Brtz'l is also by degrees clear
ing itcelf cf slavery, for its final ex
tincticn a bold and gracious set, such
as th s of ths queen of Spain, is re
II l Kl HILL'S) eVBJNISiW WRt
The English Premier is in ill health
and csn tike little active pait In pub
lic aflaiis, snd tli's makes Churchill
practically the hi ad of tbe govern
ment. The people of England rather
expect from him a dir-p'ay of po't'lcal
fireworks. The man is sn a Iniirt r ol
Feed, who, long a "protec'ion'B-,"
abacdjned his former policy, and
abolished tie English eorn laws.
Disraeli is another of Churchill's ven
erations. His (p?chl policy war?, after
costing bis opponents because they
pursued a particular policy, to carry
through Parliament the very measures
be had antagonized." The English
look for Ch archill to puisne tais very
policy, and, after ousting Gladstone
from power for proposing to give Ire
land borne rule, to propose a measure
of that kind of his own. Scotland
gave two-thirds of its votes for home
ro, Wales gave a still larg r propor
tion, and the vote in England in its
favjr was large, and it is understood
that the feeling in its favor is growing
there. All this may iccite Churchill
to "submit to the inevitable," and
advocate himself the cause of Irelind.
But will he give Ireland a Parliament?
Such a measure is too allocking to
Tory ideas to be expected, but with
out that any balf measure offered as
a substitute will bs refuted by Ire
land with scorn. Gladstone brought
before the Irish people a lull measure,
one which Mr. Parnell pronouncsd
sccep'able tt Ireland, and no instal
ment, no tubitita'e to tbaf. measure
will Ireland eubmit to. When the
English Parliament meets in Febru
ary, there will be an interesting time.
The strife will be immense, and, al
though without the genius of a Wig
gins, we may safely predict that when
the tension terminates it will be with
the Tories grown weaker and home
T1IK COTTON OIL HONOPOI.Y.
In another column we publish an
article from the New Orleans Picayune
upon the Oil Trust Comp ny, (bat mill
be found e,f interest to cotton nieD,
and especially to planters. We see
from it how the monopoly came into
being, and from what we know by
dear experience of monopolies, the
trust compary, like the lost, will use
its pnwtr f ir the purpose of selling at
as h'gh prices as it e n extort, aod
buj ing at ai low prices as it can impose
upon victims who are to bs reduced
to rttlt t ) then), or net f ell at all. Such
an association ia a legal conspiracy to
canipel the public to pay to the mo
nopolies higher ntes than the mer
chandise could bo uouimt ur in an
open matket. The cotton planter had
a'nady a lullioiency of difficulties to
contend with. Tba demand that
the new use found for cot
tin seed promistd Sims alle-
viat on, and a be1 tor profit oa the
plaster's crop, but now comes the
trust company, building ths oil mills
into a solid compact, and cays to the
planter, not you, sua not comp ttuon
shall fix the price you shall receive for
your produce. We Kill fix that, not
on I lie atanitard ol whet is lair to you,
bur wrat will te rntitab e to w,
What remedy there is against this
devil fieh that gorges its multitudinous
suckeis fro.n human toil and sweat,
is matter tor i rolounu consideration
Mr. Atkins n has a tugg -Bt.oa on tbat
point wuicn is gives lu the article we
Tbe Lale Ks-Nxuitior Ynlee, el
Wabiiikoton, October 12. The
fune'al of the late x-Sonator Yulee
took pises today. The services weio
held at tt;e Mdw York Avenue Presby
terian Church, of which congregatltu
he was a member, at Oak Hill, The
pa l bejrers were: (Jan. Joseph E.
ohnstop, JuiIl'o Strong, Admiral
Rog-rj, P. of. Welirg, the lion. Wm.
Prt-s'ou, of Kentucky ; Keprenntative
Ji'otvn, Aeuve Wooatiury, lilair, J.
WicklifT-e Pieston, G. E. lLmihon,
VfH rate W. Atlanta.
Wahhinutjn, O.tober 12. The
fuDorHl of the late U Merge W., Adams
toe k place this aHt-moon snd was
a'gely atiend"d. Tbe serv'ces weio
conduct' by the R:v. Dr. Bartletr, of
theNwiork Avemn Tre sbyteri'in
Church, and tbe Rev. Mr. Hamlio, of
the Clinrch of the Covenant. Nearly
all of the Washington coriesp'-nuents
accompanied the remains of their
lormer colleague to Oik Hill Ueme
tiny. The bonora-y pall bearers
wern 11. V. Boynton.iStHHon Ilutc'ung,
O. N. Jordan, W. 11. Webb, B. G.
lx)veloy. Itporge U. Henning, Enoch
Totten, liallet Kilbourne, J. W.
lhompeon, bevelon A. Brown, D. R.
McK.ee and It. P. Knyder. .
New Hampiktilrc'i Lnle Hrualor.
FiuNKMN.N. II., Octobe-e 12 The
funeral of Hnuatar Austin F, Pike this
afternoon was largely attended At
1 :30 o'clock p.m. pruyeis were offered
at the reidenc of the late Bera'or by
the ltev. J. 11. Bliss, after which the
rrmaius wera taken to the Congrega
tional Church. Senatcrs Blair, Aid
rich, Edmund, Evarts, Jones, cf Ar-
annus, rush and Sabin acted as a
gurd of honor. The cervices st tbe
church were conducted by tbe pastor,
ins nsv. 4, ii. bum.
VinrroRs on 'Change vetter jay : II
O. Manor, Savannih, Oa ; E F Pope,
m. iiouis: J. J.iatnti, Nepoit,A.
J. O. Kirk, Waxaaw. M ss.: J. P. tloD
ton. Helena; H. Kirkumn, Alabaiuie,
ami w.j. l'hillips, MissisiPD1.
Tub BradDtrco Agncy reiorts 201
failures in the Unit d states during
the week ending October 8, 188(1,
sgaintt 20.5 in the preodinu week,
acd 170. 213. Kill and 122 in tbet cor-
reponding weeks of IHStX 188-t. 18S3
and iH8'J rrspeetivetly. AlTndle States,
48: New Krg'and Slutas. lit: Southern
Hates, 41; Westmn States, 72; Pacini
States ai d Territoiiei, 21; Cumuli, 21 ;
total iu ths Uui'.ed Statei acd Cmada,
A NOTAin.t btuineRs cVanjte a'tracS
ing a gteat deal ol attention, is tne
published s1 ate inert that Chcw-Cer-Iej
Company.the Southern lepresenta
lives of the btsndard Gil Company,
has given way to a new Stindsrd Oil
Company, which has tiled articles of
incorporation at IjuisvUlo. It is un
derstood that the old firm, of which
F. I). Carloytfwas president, ceagwt,
an 1 that Carlev goes out, while the
incorporators, W. 11. Ti.ford, of .New
Yoik, president; W. T. Jordan and
L T. Roseneiattpr, ef Louisville, take
charge of the business. Allot tlseHe
are connict d wiih the company
ari ui c(ue a e isi'Rnod for the
cna-ges, Wit ftlr. Larley annonncos
thut ,t was due to a desire on ace mil
ol overwork to letira from busmesi
lor a while.! ,
Milk From eaarniUrS Callle Pre.
Chicago, III., October 13. At noon
todv the onler af tho health depart
ment prohibiting the sale of the m II
of the cattle quarantined at tbe dis
tilleries was put in force.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL
THE, GRANGERS' HI0V1SG
TO MAKE COIMOS CAUSE
,.i .' l ii VTr'.ii,-.'ii'i
Knights of Labor-Desire for Bu
reau of lnformitlon 31 eeting of
the General Exec stive Board.
Richmond. Va.. O tober 12 There
was a mettiog tois afternoon of edit ra
of labsr papers and other newspaper
men who were delegi'es to tbe con
vention, trans, foster, oi Avenu,
Maes, was elected chairman, nd
Aloert fine, ol Hart lor 0, U.nn., secre
tary. Tbe object cf the organization
is the formation of a labor news bureau,
through which authentic I' formation
with regard to labor matters can be
transmitted to the country. Every
member of the organisation will
furnish every other memb-r w th all
the news tbst be obtains. 1 Irs bu
reau will interfere in no way with tbe
etUbluhment of the labor journals
oronoeed br A. M. Dewe; , which it is
understood a maj riityoftbeconvention
favors. The special committee ap
pointed to consider tbe expediency of
establishing sucn a paper naa mei ana
expressed its views. It aeseits the
necessity of euih a medium of com
munication. Kepnstn atives ot tee
machinists and blacksmiths in tbe
convention also held a meeting for tbe
purpose of establishing a bureau
througn wn:cu loiormauon regarding
their trades may be dis ributcd. Tb
miners also held a meeting and will
submit a plan to the convent on for
the better orgariztton of mine's
throughout the United States. The
textile workers were called to
gether to devise a method by
which the action of their business
may roa commuitatt-d to one another.
The shoemakers met to forma na
tional trades council, which will not,
however, Interfere with the dietriet
associations, which will preserve tneir
identity, Representatives ol the
farmers in the convention met t) pre
sent a plan to tbe cenveution by which
Knights of Labor may form an alli
ance with the grargs and with other
ascociatiorS of faitners. A committee
of three was appo'n ed to make a col
lection cf conepiracy lava of the F.tv
eral Stites by means cf which firms atd
companies encroach on the rights of
workingir.en. The committee is also
to collect evidence going to show that
employers have entered into a con
spiracy agfiintt wor'-imen, and to in
ttitu e suits sgiiist sfca employerj,
under the conuplrtcy la we, In a.l ceses
where proofs- are ob ainable. lhe
members of the committee ara L. B.
Noyes, Marinette. Wis.; A. T. Carle
ton, SomerviUe, Mass., and Thomes
Armstrong, Pit'sburg, Pa. Mr. Arm
btrong is the editcr of tbe Labor Trib
une ot Pittsburg. He is not a dele
gate, but was selected on account of
the knowledge he poseeeges on tbe
Jfeellnt; or tke Uncral iMecnllve
Richmond, Va., October 12. The
General Executive Board held a meet
ing todsy to hear the cases that have
been preeented to it, hut took no
action on any of them. It has more
than 12,000 esses awaiting its decision,
snd these do not include all that are
tobs brought b'frra it. The board
will meet again during the that rtcrsi
taken by ths General A-eemb'y.
Reports bare been published to the
effect that the convection ran ttke no
action upon various constitution
amendments wh'ch bavs been pro-
poBtd, for the reason tbat tbe constl-
tu Ion ot lliaordor lequircBirnt suca
amendments shall be submitted to
local assemblies at least sixty tfayo
before their crsentstiou to the Gin-
eral Assembly, and this has not been
e o.ie. Mr. rowderlv and members ot
the Executive B:ard siy tint
suoh reports sre untrue; that
the contt'tution requires that locul
vs'.emblies desiring to offer amend
ments shall present them to the gen
oral secre'ary or tre-uurer sixty days
before the convening ot tbe Uenerul
Assembly. Xh-J amecdmeats now ia
thohanasof the Committee on ljtws
wer pr8HiitQd to tbe bst convention
tt Hamilton, Out , to that ins'ead of
sixty elajs notice a year's notice bas
been given. This qu- stion v as brougnt
dp in the convention txlav, ana the
clMlrmsn ruleil. and was suatiiued in
his ruling l y ihe Geneinl Assembly,
tbat the conttituti n of the order can
bi revie'd at this sersiou.
Mr. Powdorlv t'day re eivr-d the
fallowing telegram from Thomas Bar
ry, a member of the -Executive C:m
mittte, tent to Chicago to endeavor to
settle the strike of theemp'nves of the
porx packeis in that city: "ine pacK'
eis say taey have no crgsuiza'lnn, so
I must tteHt wt'h them is luuividual
ecmpanics. Wo called on several
firms yesterdiy, and all expressed a
desire for settlement, but insist on
working ten hours, while the men are
lirm lor eight. We lo:k for a settle
ment this weak."
Mr. Powderlv has received almcs'
hourly today telegrams commending
the position he has taken in bia letter
on the race question.
For tbe Trannlor or lh Rnnaiii of
tae Late 4 hlr Jntilov.
Washinuton, October 12. The ar-
rangementsss finally completed with
tne isaitimc re and Uh'o railroad au
thorities for the tran fer cf the re
mains of the lata Chief Justice Chss
to Cincinnati are as follows: The
funeral t ain will ct nsist of the two
private care of President Robeit Gar
rott and vice 1'iesident s, oncer, two
sleepers and one battue car. The
train will be special and will precede
trie regular 3:o o'elo k p.m. trail,
Prcsidont Ga-rest will accompany the
remains on the Inr.eral trr.iei to (Jin
cinnat', and will act as Oje of the pall
SoStw nwrlamrat In iheCblet
Cuu-xeo, III, October 12 Mr.
Howard, the New York member of the
firm of J. C. Fergus in & Co., today
tatd mere naa been no new develop
ments, and tha' outside of the bat ki
thetr lotRen bad baen giestly overesti
mated. Ihs c mmittee that was to
have been appoiLt"d to examine the
firm s b"oka had rot put In an appear
anco. He was of the opinion that tbe
books would bs found correct.
ttatementof the as e's and liabilitie
has nut been complf ted.
Tbe ('hnlrra Report.
Rpmr, October 12. Thr e suspicious
cases oi lunens were reported in Horns
vo'tereiav. Une of the al licted net
sons died. It i thought their el seate
is cholera. In all o'ber places in luly
wnnie rnciera lias previleil the era
ease h-ts annnft eiuappeared.
LtnN o in. uctotier 13 Twelve new
css of choleia a-id four deaths have
occutroil in Tr.eete, and thirty-four
lew cites ana six deaths at l esth.
Bribery In III DoiaUloa Klortlona
(JoaiiKC, Oc'ob- r 12 U Ijttuir an
nouncis ihatlt has reliable informa
tion revealing the existence of a plot
to demoralizs electors by bribery. It
states that within ten days tbe Ross
Government has spent in corrupting
consMtuencies tbe sum of (48,000,
wbii h was snbscribed by pu'olic con
tractor snd Federal ministers, and
that 150,000 was promistd from tbe
rams tourcefnrthe clo iogdiys of tbe
campaign. The paper gives tbe
nimesof the eootiactors wbo are sl
Ifged to have iob cribed to the fund.
Tbe elections. which are for ths
Province of Qatbic, take place on
THE FBAYEU liOOK
(OS1M CP I THE EPISCOPAL
Snt Dlaenaaioa ajpoa It I Keacrved
Vailll Rccnlar Day Other
Chicago, October 12. Tbe House
of Deputies of the Protestant Episco
pal Church began its sixth day's ses
sion at 9 o clock this forenoon.
Prayer was read by the Rev. Dr.
Knight, of Central Pennsylvania, and
the benediction wai pronounced by
the Rev. Dr. Elliot, Bishop of Westn
Ttie Rsv. Dr. Franklin, of New
Jer.ey, said that wnile he bad no seii
ons objection to the electian cf the
assistant bisbop, there was one' thing
tba; bid not been complied with,
'there was tnfiicient evidtnes that
bisbop Whippla would be able
to perform his duties if he bad
Buflicient rest for part of the year.
A messenger from tbe Hon so of
Biet ops reported that the Bishops had
decided, the Hon e of Deputies con
curring, that there is no constitutional
obstacle tn the consideration and
dup ion of theseve-al additions and
altdiaticns in the Book of Common
Priyer pron-sed to the General Con
vention of 1883. A eimilar report was
presented on beba f t f the Joint Com-
mit ee on Liturgical Rtvision cf tbe
liuiee cl JJrtuties. end referred to the
tommittt-e on (Jjuttitutunai Amenu
Mr. J. Bancroft DiVis, of Marylant',
preeented a ieoiu:ion providing for
o:nt committee tf threo bieiiops,
thrtecrerical and three' lay delegirea
to cdbBider the du'y of toe churcti in
the work anions the colo:cd people ct
tie Ur i ed Slates .
Mr. Siotzmbur,-, of Indians, offered
an amendment requiring tbe commit
tee so appointed to consider ana re
port the bett pra'i'icu plan to prose-
cuts this proposal work, and also diafr.
a canon to ptacs the p no on a perma
nent basis, i he t nimdmen t also pro
vided that the committeo ehould sub
mit its reno.t. aod tba-, it be made a
special order for next Monday. The
resolution as amended was unani
mously adopted. Adjourned to 2 p.m.
In (he afternoon the Rev. Mr. Pes-
colt, ot Fon du Lie, moved that tbe
joint cammitteson the prayer b)ok be
directed to print their report before
nresen ing it to tbe bouse ; carried.
D. Swope. of New York,' moved that
wben the bcuse adjourned F.iday it
stand adjourntd until Monday morn
ing, giving ample time to visit Kactne
College. Much opposition' was devel
oped to any delay of tbe regular buei-
tes ot tbe conventionand Dr.
Swope's proposition w. s rejected.
Mr. Uay A. Blown, of JNebranka.to
test ths constitutionality of all prayer
book reviMon by this convention,
offered a lorolution, which wb re
ferred to the Committee oa Constitu
The Rnv. James Johnston, of Ala
bama, offered a (cries of resolutions
on the subject of tbe church's work
among the colored people, wita
special leferencs to tbe feeling over
tbe color line. Tbe burden of tho
resolutions was that no further legisla
tion in regard to tbe matter w8
necessary; that what is needed is
work under the present laws of the
church, and sympathy and support
for the men who ure doing ibenork,
and others who are willing to do it
whsn meats are provided f t tha pur
poe. the disposal ot the fcubipct was
tenipcfAiily deferred. The bnainesi
on the calendar wng taken up, being
Mr Corning Judd s reeolation relating
to tbe chaiging in the name of the
church. Mr. Phince. cf New Mexico,
said tbat as Mr. Judd was absent, he
would move that the resolution be
made the order of the day Wednes
ray at. 11 o'clock am, when the
Caicago deputy c u d be present.
Tbe motion wav adopted, snd the
resolution of Dr. Adams on tbe same
subject was msda the order of Ihe day
at ti.e Sams hour. A previous mo iou
to concur In meisage No. 4, from the
House of Biehope, wLich provided
that the Commit'ees cn Canons m'ght
hold j dnt sessions was then cmsid
ered, calling for along and spirited
debate. The House finally ad i.-urred
itbout coming to any decision on the
Preparations forth Military Drill
ISrBOlALTO TUB AFFIAL.I '
Jacks H, Mils., October 12. Tbe
city is alive with prepHrnttons for the
competitive military or lis which com
mence tomorrow. The stores and
principal business streets are being
elaborately and grandly decorated
Tne Crystal Soricgi Videttes srrived
on the 6:20 o'clock p.m. train today
and were met and escorted tn their
quarters at the Robert Smith Rifles'
Armory by a commit'ee of oflieersand
privates ol the Vann at ivght (j nurds
The Missies ppi Gtixrds ariived at 11
o'clock tonight. The whole city is
ajlow with eic tement. Fine racing
is expected. Fifteen ia?e hotscs have
At 2 o'clock th's morning a dos'rtic
live incendiary Hie occuriedet Mr
John H. Odeneol's Sliao stock farm.
two miles and a ha f northwest of the
city, consuming a hue stabloaud bsrn
whic'i cost iouu, eiHven vatnabie
borees and mules, 100 tos of hay, a
largo number ot Improved agricultural
implements, a tl e dairy and all of its
appliances ana omt-r thing, asirrecat-
ing a loss, a1; low figures, of 000.
There was no insurance on anything
d s'.roved. This farm has b en for
tometime pat tuppl) ing this city and
other points with from $400 to $500
wcrth of milk and butter mon'hly,
Mr. Odeneal is a gentleman of push,
energy and nerve, and wl 1 100a re
place his heavy locses.
Mr. tlladitanc'a Condition
Losaoit, October 12. Mr. Gladstone
is s'ill ansble to leave his bedroom.
He is suffering from fever, and his
condition is believed to be worte than
is public's admitted.
Ameriran Women'n hnrTi-ags Amo
Bcstos, Mass, October 12. The
e'ghteenth annual meeting of the
American Woman 8u(lrag Assoc'a
tion i annonnced to take pics in the
ballot ihe Houss of R'pr"enta'ivs
at the Cep ta', in lopeka, Ka-., irom
October 2(itti to Oaobsr 2S.h, inclu
sive. Many distinguiehed exponents
of the cause are expected to be
OCTOBER 13, 1886.
AN ID fOR KASSASXirY.
WHICH ARMOrR RATH WILL BOB
CHI A6 ' '
Of tbe Pork Trade snd Beef Pack
ing Baslnm the Condition
of the Strikes.
Chicigo, III., acColjer 12.-The
com mi t-efrom theGaneral Arsembly
of Knights of Labor this morniog are
having consultation i with individual
owners of the packinghou'ea, not find
ing it possible to deal with a commit
tee represent ng ths entire packing
house iiit-irest. Ths general eitnation
at the stock ysids is unchanged. There
are large waiting crowds about the
bouses this morniog, tut no disturb
ances have occuired. The bsef men
continue working snd the Armour
honss is running i t pork department
wi'h a reduced fore;.
The strike at the yards has spread,
Ihe latest men to iro out being 110 em
ployes of the ULion St cc Yards
Transit Company. Of tbeo, aix y sir
are section hands and Ihe balance
work in the blacksn ith shops. The
shop bas been closed. The company
notified the men that tbey would have
to wjk ten hours per day and they
re fujed. This has not as yet inteifeieJ
with tbe business of tbe company.
The committee sent by the Kn ghts
rf Labor met w.th the strikers touight.
The committee say : There is .only
one tran standing iu the way of en
amicabe settlement There is no
probability that the men employed by
NVlson, Morris & Co., and Ewitt & .
will b) ordered out. We are siti-fi-d
with their position in tho matter. AVe
have mc'eed.dtoe'ay in syf-tetta' ziog
fome matters which aere in a state of
chaos. The ei'uation will charge
materially in ths next twenty-four
bourr, but it is imposiible t piedict
whit the cbaDge vtiil be.
Ur. Armour Interviewee!.
CniCABo, lLL.,'Octob?r 12. A pub
liihed intfrview conceroiDg tho stock
ysrda strike w.lh Mr. Armour says:
The dayjeif Chicago's siirrm;.cy s
a pork pikirjg center will sjoa be a
thing cf the pa t. KaDrai City,
umans, tjeuar Kip els and rtnr W eot
ern points are f iBt taking the buiinena
away from hem. Take Kansai City,
for ics:ance. The price of hogs tlie e
U 25 cunts per hartdrrd Ihgs tban it is
here, while her fre gilt rates to all
Western and 8 juthern points are as low
a oars, and her freight rates to the
Atlantic teabotrd are-only 12, or at
the moot, 15 ot tits a hnr dred bigbcr.
In o her words Kaotai City's fre ght
ra'es to the mnrke's where 00 ner
csnf. of our producs are sold aie ju-t
ai good s ours, while boga aie
cheaper. What ii true of Karsa3
City ii true in a greater or less degree
tf other Wes era point'. It's the
natural course of events Tbe cora
belt has moved West and with it ho
raiting. It is history renea'iDg itself.
Only a few years sgo, Chicago took
away the supremacy from Cinciona i
ana Br. homa. To abow lust tais is
not Id'e talk brought oa by tbe pres
ent trouMe, I will eay I have not added
a single brick to my packinghouse
property in Chicago, while ia Kansas
City, where I alieady had $1,500,003
worth of packing nousi property, i
have built 1 300,(00 wo th additional
this summer, and between now and
next January will build anotLcriOO,
C09. OHIO MYElt POOL LINES
WU1 Reduce Frelalit Kate When
Sonthern Koneln Keclpiocate.
Chicago, III., October 12. At a
ineeitDgot the central freight euHi ti
cf thOjio river po3l lines hldt
day, C d. McCoy, proprietor of th
Hive's cte Mills at Ai gusta, ua., inaete
an appeal for lower ra l rutpsoa cotton
produce, mar. u die und. 11 tlaimei
tbat th Naw Kngland mill? c m'd tiuy
tha raw ma'erial in Georgia, thip i; to
New England and re;hip the manu
factured articles ti Chicago, selling it
here at prices with which the Southern
manufacturer cou d not compets. The
olliciali replied tbat this w 8 due to
the action of the Son'hera roads, and
tbat the (Jmcauo mmnfacturer was
placed at the fame ditadvaritagre, be
ing charged from 30 to 40 per cent.
higher rates than tavera competitors.
It was decided to take no action in re
ducing rates until Mich time as the
Siuthttrn roadi would ag es to re
Wbat Wai IbeNplitiiclor eifaSrpeeui
It wms s bright day in New Orleans,
La., on Tuesday, 8optomb;r 14, 18S0,
the l'JUtri arsrid monthly (tee oiir-
tetlv extritirdinniy) drawitg ot the
wtrld rouownea iiOUsiana o ate L-o
terv. when tome 162 J.OC0 was scattered
to all qnartars ol t ie giorje rjy tne
wheel of fortune, under the sole care
of Gens. G. T. B aruegard, of Louisi
ana, and Jubal A. birly. cf V irulnia
Ererv one waots 'o know ell abcut tt.
No. 31.583 drew tbe fits', capital prizs
of $150,000 (eold in tenths at tl sect));
one was aid through Clark County
Bank of Odcele. Iowa, to Geo. w
Fouch t'lere: one to Hen. Amaro
Aranso Bibeiro. B wton. Mass. - one to
T I 1 -, L. 1. rialra.
Tweutyeiththetreet, betweeu I ard K
Btreets, N. W., Washington, D. O. ; one
to Paul Bunker, Oiisntal Warenuse,
FirRtand Brannaa streets. H n rran
cso, Cal.; another was cald through
Wells, Fargo & Co., Bank of San
Fanc.scp, Cal.; the others desired
thalr nmts withheld Irani publicity.
No. 3479 woo the Becond capitil pra
(alco s Id in I6nths at l each) ; ore to
L. L. F. 85e, care of K. B. O sou & Co.,
90 Superior etreet, Chicago, II!.; one
to Mis. J. C. Sullivan, Uh cigo, III. ;
one was raid to J. G. Lallande, the
ruontrof New Orients National Bank
for a depositor t!:ere; to o hers were
paid to txcuonge liana oi wjiss
Trx. : the others ure deiircu of avo tl
ln nubioitv. No. 72.489 drew- the
th rd capiuil przj, $-'0,(00; one-half
rf it (S 0 0U0) waa lield bv Mesfrs.
Kiluanld Maiqtiezde' Tnio snd Lfliiro
Vila. No. Sl'i SLitt Tliuttentn mreet
New York ciiv. and the other half bv
T. R Le. l'uiltthiphia. N s. 58,613
sud 72 9S3 drfw the two Luith capital
nrize.". $10,000 eaco (sold intsntisat
$1 each), to paries reading in Cin
cinnati, O , Chicago, Id., Louivil e,
Ky., aod Pcrtlanel, Dak., etc., eic.
The re t went liyirjg about; butt e
next drawing will occur on Tuesday,
November 9trj, wheu the grand prize
of $75 000 may be had for $5. For
full iiifotma'i on apply to M. A.Dau
phin, New Orleans, La.
Ksempt From Qnaraaline
Ft. Leit'is, O tober 12. Gov. Mar
lmduka today iemed. a prnclaraation
exompting tbe pr vinco of Quelrec,
Caiiatia, and the S ate of Ohio from
the tim9 cf a recent quarantine proc
lamation, v -
nefuaea In Commute a Nrntence.
Ramiuh, N C, Oi tober 12. Gor.
Stales hai re fused lo grunt a corhrati
tiiti jn of the sentence of Lucy Mor
gan, colored, who is to suffer death at
baliBbary next Friday for infanticide.
SHELF AIJJ3 HEAVY HARDYARE.
SEJiD FOB CIRCl'LiRS AXD PRICES.
ALL SIZES RUBBER AND LEATHER.
ORGILL BROTHERS & CO.
D. B. SMITH, of Guthrie, Kr. J. W. STILLWELL CO.. Troy, 0.
75 HOLSTEIN-FRESIAN CATTLE 75
All Regiitore'd In the Holjuin-FrieaUo Herd Book at Iowa City. lo
Will Poiitively tell, to ihe hiaheit bidder, at f. A. JONkSA CO.'d Comini
Ho: 61, 63 ana 71 Monro street,
mempblt, Tens., October 27, 1888. Bale lo commence at 10 o'clock prompt
Not Mr. Smith ia one of the firat to embark In the Holstetn eatt'e in Kentucky, and
Said down more money in tbe iUrt for the foundation, of hia herd than any iban in the
outh. With care he haa eleoted hia Cattle, and bia herd will (how lor ihe jjalvea. He ia
joined by the well-known breedera and importora, J. W.Stillwell ic Co., whe have Bold and
imported more catile thai any other breeder! ol this breed in America. In this lot will be
2l fine Cows, ranoina from 2io 8 yeara old: 20 comini 2 year old Heilera in calf: 20 Heifer
Calvei and 15 finely bred Bulla. The beat butter families will be represented such as Me
cidos, Prince ot Twisk, A&iiia, Erta.., and many others. This will be a fine telectiou, alii
fine shape, and in calf to notel Pulu. Scni in your name for catalogues to 1. B. SMIll, '
of (iuthrie, Ky., or J. W. bTILLWELL A CO., Troy, Ohio. Don't forget the day. Hon
the time to huy at your own price. Kuin or shine they ae'l.
R. K. KDMINhON, Auctioneer I. B. SMITH. JT. W.BTIM.ELI Cttr
J. W. btiilwell A Co. will sell 75 hed at Chicago durim the Fat Stock how in November
THEIB BErjHIOI LAST MfiHT AT
Tbe Discovery of America Cele
brated bj FeHailDK anil
After the terrors of the epidemic of
1878 were over, a email baud of jovial
spiri s orgarizad tbeinsslv.'s into an
a-80ti:.tiou called thn Macaroni Club.
h!ch is etill kept alive in au informal
wajr, and whoia b le apparent purpose
is lo meet am ua ly arid bava is ROxi
la time aa is conaialout wi'b aa enor-
nr us consumption cf uiEcaton', served
in evt ry ttyle that t"eiug-nuty of ac-
comp isotu cools can sues- sr. A le
upioo'cf tbat chart e'er wai given l-u-t
n ght t the res'dence of Mr.Maln'estj,
No. oo Ui,ion ttreet, ia coaor oi tne
diover of Amenta by Christo
pher Colua.hu , et wjich tae fol
lowir.g gentlemen were present:
John K Speed,
A B Vaccaro,
W II Brown,
J 10 Montgomery,
E A Keeling,
ltn n Schloss.
J W Jefferson,
J T Jefferson,
John S Tool",
P M Vaccaro,
HA Odium, '
Henry J Lynn,
11 A Montiromery,
W A Everman.
O V Bard,
B 11 utiles,
J ii MoTigb,
8 II Philips
Tbe ekllftil hands if virs. Malat t,t
had predated a rramli ent spread
and tbe Mftc -ronians and ttieir gue:s
sat down to a feat unqu led in the r
history. The colors ol ltily anrt the
United States hucg iu g-anefal fox's
from the walls snd flowers in
profns'oo decorated the table.
The Din or iBre mcuccu
mararopi, rviol, roanr t e.f, atnfl-rd
venl, fried chicnen, stun u e g pin ts,
potato salarl. celery, cl-.ret, ca'awba
aud other p bitable tVngstoo numer
ous to nieution. Th'i f a'ure was of
coursi macaroni and ravi.va, tut intra
wns an abundance cf ottier good
thing1, which wrtft prep; red in
a manner to tempt en epicure
Aftr the feasting th-.i mfsttr tf ce'e-
monles unnounced the toss e. lhe
first wt-s the "D;S2overy of Amoiica,"
respsndd to by Col. II. M. D.-ak in
thatrictily hum rous vein o! which
h is so avcoxplishcd a master. The
"I a iacs of TennssEee" ao tha tub-
iect commit'ed to the ten-
J. . , , T .T
tier ore ni e'i J. riarvt-y
Mathes of the Vubl c Ledger, who ren
dered eloqu ir t trib ite to the pa'riot c
sons of I aly. Mr. Joseph Mor tdonico
rerponded to tbe t ant, "Memubis tbe
Cosmopolitao City of te S nth," end
made a vety heppy ellort, abouut!
Ing ia trilliunt rh-toric and
pes'-ages ol rtrr'ns fhquence.
Soeechrs wero b1s male by .'essrs.
H.J. Lynn, Peter Tracy, Fied Ben
ran Ricba-d O llnm end O. P. Ba'd
Mr. Barney llugoes auil Gou. G. P
IY1. Turner sent 1 t'ers t f regret. Tho
orcasiou w?s a merry one, aod ihe dis-
cive'y oi Am'riua by Ur)rBtophr
Columtus tnavb' sa'd to hhve Deen
comraamorated in b-i'l'ant Htyle.
Canarrsalianel National Council.
Chicago, III.. October 12. The Na
tional Council of the Congregational
Cnmchrs of the United B'a'es wjll
hold its sixth tiiennial swion in
Union Park C i'gegat'onl Church,
bt-einning torn- rrow. It will be m tdu
ud of 483 dli g t s elected by toe Vi
rious local Congregational associations
tort uiftioni tne cuouy, eacn bhboci
tion having the r'uht to send ons del
enate fir every tsn cYu chs connect
ed wi h it; and in addition to these
each Stite atisnciaticn sends two de e
sates. The deleiaeN will he about
eqnally divided be'.wfea e'ergymen
aid laymen. The council In in no
senss a legislative or a-im'niijtrative
body, each individual congr.-ga'i n
having supremo control of i!s own
affairs. The council will be in Fesiioa
Thia powder never Tnriei. A m,rvol or
purity, strength and wo'ecomennrs. Aice
eoononvcil than the ordnsry kin.ls. and
cannot be sold in competition with the mul
titude of low test, short weight alum or
tihorphate powders. tst.i.D oki.y in CiSS.
ROYAL BAMNH Purt'DfcK dr.,
HJO Wall street, Sew York. '
MISS S. F. MAY'S
Reopens October 4, 1886.
PUPILS prepared for "Tho Art Studente
Lengue," of New Tork, or any other
first class art school they may desire to enter
VO. 57 MAIHSOIV STKEEF,
The Higbee Schoel
F0S. THE niGIlER
Education of Young Ladies
Eeale, Lauderdale and Jessamine lis.,
Iuporpornet-l with Collegiate Priv
AN ISSriTI'TIdN OP HlflH REPUTE
AUD KNOWN EXCELLENCE.
Fall Term Opens Monday, Kept 20.
awThoronch English and Clarsieil Course.
modern Lanauages by Foreign leeonora.
liook-keenini. Sr.ort-hand and 'lroe-
Schools of Art, Music and Elocution noted
for exeeptton'1 advantages.
special atuuenta receivvd in every aepart
menu A new and elenant hnildinar wilt be erected
during the summer and tall, wherein will be
mary sohool-rooma, class-rooms, laborHtor
lurnisned a spacious stuay nai, large pri-
rv. Eymnasinm and art ral ery. wdici
ith the elegant mansion used for boarding
pupils and tha weoded . pleasure grounds.
win rorin one oi inemosr. complete scuooi
foundations in the Bnoth.
CaUloiues ready August 4tn.
For information address
MISS JENNY M. UIOB EE, Principal,
Men phis, Tet n.
Tulane University of Louisiana.
IFormarly, 1847-1RM, the University of
ITS advantages for praotical Instruction In
diseiuesot the Southwest are unrivRled,
as the law secures it suiteral-undant materi
als from the great Charity Hospital with it)
700 bed., and U)u0 patients annually. Stu
dent have no hosp tal-fees to pav and spe
cial instruction is daily given at the bedsids
ot the sick, as in no other institution. For
catalogue or tof rmntton, addrosa
i'rut. S. It. VHA1LLK, M. I)., Uean,
. O. rrnwer9K1 Npw Orlpnnp. f,l
To IMftioIve roparlnerkbip.
- Our nt:re stock has to be sold by Jan
unry 1, lwsi, to 1'isroive Loparine:sntn
mi, eomnnnv rntirinir.
err We ofior our immense stock Kecnrd-
flood Felt tints POa
Fino Felt Hats, New (shape , worth $1.23, ie
(ietiuine Iteaver lint" 75a
Job I.otrl UatB, w rth from 81 to i'i iic
Hoautilul Ho et, all Colors d lor 100
Ostrich Couipons 10c
Children 8 I r lumod Haw, worm IZ, It r 31 w
Uoyn's Cloth, Velvet and Piuh Caps
Ladies' Trimmed Uais, worth 81 ....... 12 00
l.nnir Htiirnn. from '0o UP
Osirich Tips, 3 in Bunch, from ...50c up
Hilda. Win, Fanov Fenthers. Feather
Bauds, etc, at BiUicutoualy 1 ts iceai
oarDon't Lo Your Chance, "emember
Irom tnia a ay to January i, looi.
nrBrltlnl and Monralnar aaa.nia.
rThe finest aiaortment ot DOLLS in tha
vllats Reshaped, Feathers Cleaned, Dyed
ov-irolden Hair Wash by the Small or Large
Special Notice to Shippers.
Hiatiaairpr ikd TitNNKsaaic Railroad Co.,1
Memphis, September 3, lbbti. 1
THE rtomp'etion of the Yaaooand Missis
sippi Vlley R.R., Irom Jackron, Miss.,
to Greenwood, Miss , OPKNrt UP AN ALL
HAIL LINE, without break of bulkor trans
fer of freight, to following named pointai
Taatoo t'lty. Idea, B. Lake, CUaod
Hoft ,!, Milevlll-, Khatr-h lrorl
TflMila. Helro. 'reirr,SIti, Hlaina;
Nun, eiri t otiiiil.
Shit inenta to hntlines near these polnta
should he made to nearest station named
above. Your business it reepootfully so
licited ovor tho M. stidT. Ho.-id. an Ireisht
reaches its destioution the tul'onirn day ol
delivery at our depo-. A. .1. KN Al'P,
Oenernl i'rtiiht Agent.
ALL persons desirous of securing '"
HIMl KeliKhlH iKMiril. !, Ml I,w-
nt Hntr. on WIS HOUSES, can be ao
oommodoted by applying to the
Planters' Fire and Marine
At 41 aimllsio" M.. Wtemi.tyl'', Ts-nn
REMOVED AIIVE, in from 40 to 90
minutes, complete, with head, or no
charge. Medicine pleesant and hsrit lers.
NO FASTINW. Can be udminilteied with
safety to 'H"-ll"irli:SllTII. '
At Mrs. Beck e.'s house, o rner Thiid and
JTii jsonsts. Ci'NM'LTATins Frrk.
ar l,O0O.ee I nblc Yatrle Levee Work
In Tunica and Coahoma cmatieB, Miss., to
let in quantities to suit outfits.
100) station men cun find emplt-yment at
12 to 18 cents per T.ird. An, 803 teams.
App'y on work, or to Tof, tfcGowan & Cj.,
274 Front street.
McTIGHE, MfLAWS k CO.
' J. 6. McTI'iBE t CO., Contractors.