MEMPHIS DAry ArPEAL SATUKDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1886.
THE STOCK YARDS STRIKE
ARMOCRM BEEP BUTCHERS RE
FUSE 10 GO 10 WORK,
X Card by the Pacllcg Firing
TThat Delegate Barry Siyg
Chicago, III., October 15. The sit
uation at the etockyards was farther
complicated tM morninjr by the re
fusal of tbe 1200 beef bntchors em
ployed by Armour to go to work. The
long threa'pw d move (the strike of
the Deef butchers) was decided on at
a meeting last night. Knight of La
fcor Barry, tent here from Richmond
to try and fflVsct a SBttlement, says he
is satisfied ho can do no giod hure, is
the packers will noi trent aith him a
an association, and be will leave for
Richmord Immediataly to lay the case
before the Knighto' Convention.
Peckinatown, the scene of the great
rikft. was filled this morning with
crowded men, who stood illy about
discuBiirg the situation.
Th order for the beef and sheep
killers to striko this morning was con
fined to tlie Armour estab'ishinenr.
The bfof department of the other
houses are running as upxal. This is
taken as indicating that the litfbt by
il, o Knights of Libor is beinir directed
solely againet Armoii', and the latter
, , . . l : 41.,. V,- Cancr.l
iiumlilv nl the Knights of Labor will
not oountenaoce this move, as he de
clares that the situation is trie snmetn
all th houfes. and tliut the only dif
ference is that his firm is employing a
larger number of men than any oinor.
The Armonr firm is not attempting to
rmnretM either its beef or its pork kill
ing d pertment this morning. The
firm now has 600 men at work prepar
ing go;ius for shipment, but announces
that it will K'crt up all branches as
toon as a su3icient number of work
men has been engaged, and to this
end is offering lare inducements to
men to enter its employ. The firm
docs not expect to be able to resume
in all Us departments tut two or three
weeks. Everything was quiet at the
yards this morning.
New men continued to arrive dur-
ing tbe forenoon, and this aft"rnoon
it was reported that Armnur had 15C0
men engaged. The twi ty-two narkir g
house firms at the yards this afternoc u
issue. a rarJto the public, in which
they say: "Having noticed the pub
lished report of the remarks of Mr.
Thomas Barry, of the committee ol
Knights of Labor, in which he throw
the onus of the present labor troubles
at the stock yards upon the bouFe of
Armour & Co. and holds them alone
responsible fur its results, we, the re
maining pork and beef packers of
Chicago, who have entered their pro
test agninst the eight hour system, do
henby announce that we are unani
mous in our action, and that Armour
& Co. are no mora responsible for the
present circumstances than we cur
ie! vea are, individually and collect
ively. All statements and rumors
that Armour & Co. are standing in
the way or in any Banner oppobing
an amicable solution of the situation
at issue are entirely without founda
tion. Tbe discrimination against Ar
mour & Cc.'s dreraed beef bu-iness,
by ordering out their beef butchers, is
equally unjust and unreasonable, as
tneir competitors, nereis, bwiii et uo.
and Morris A Co., are fully in accord
and sympathy with the ten hour
Tbe opinion is gaining ground that
a lobg and bitter contest b.itween the
packers and their employes at the
stockyards is inevi able. All attempts
by Ddlegetss Barry and Burton to ne
gotiate or compromise the questions
raised by the strike have signally
failed. The packers have not shown
a disposition to discuss the matter In
an official manner, and the strikers
are dispored to regard this tmatmont
in the light of a challenge. Illustrat
ing the general feeling among the
packers, one of the most prominent
ones said to a reporter when ap
proached on the subject: "We won't
submit to any syutem but that of ten
hours for a day's work at ten hours'
pay. In other words, an uncondi
tional surrender or nothing. 1 attend
ed a meeting of the packers the other
day, when the matter was fully die
ensued." The gentleman said it had been de
termined upon to hire new men. Ho
eaid the green hands could he broken
in in spite of the b atemont of the
strikers, that their planes could not
be filled. "Of course," raid he, "it
will take time to fill all the houses.
We, as an association, intend to start
the big concerns going first. We have
adverlitements and men all over the
county, and already the men aie be
ginning to come in as a result of these
agencies. Armnur and tho Anglo
American will he running with full
forces next week. When theco two
horaei a-e running full handed the
fight is practically won. "We can easi
ly lay np for a few weeks, or mouths
for that matter. Ten Iioutj we will
have, and we dod't intend to tea niy
committee eithor. If the men wish to
return on that bania they can do so sa
Individuals." Tbe opinion of Ibis
packer was lead to the other packers,
and was pretty gonerally ind irsed.
After the meeting of District As
sembly No. 67 had adjourned at an
early hour this morning, Delegate
Barry said, referring to the ordering
out of Armour's beef men : " We have
formally declared war on the big pork
speculator, and it will be war to the
knife and knife to tbe hilt. I shall
get to Richmond now before the con
vention adjourns and you may dener.d
on it that Armonr's meals throughout
uie united mates will be an unknown
1'iantity in Ion than three months.
Ye intend to llirht an aeirreFa! va tin! I In
and Armour with his millions will
either be brought to terms or be rele
gated to the position of a retired, if
not a bankrupt pork packer. As far
as the men are concerned, we shall
take care of them ; besides, the closii g
down of the industry here dors not
necessarily do away with it altogether.
The demand ii bound to 1)3 supplied ;
if not here, elsewhere."
Men Enough la Bfeve Ilia Train.
Milwaukkk, Wis, October 15. Su
perintendent Clark, of the Chicago,
Milwaukee and 8t. Paul la lway, says
his road has secured enough neve men
to move its trains at Minneapolis, de
spite the istrikera. Up ..to 9 o'c'ock
tbis morning tbe other roads involve!
had not secured help euUicienl ta
AlTalre AakurainK a fccrloua Anpert
MiNNRAiMjL'd, Min., October 15.
The switchmera ntrike in this city
ehows bat iitlle changi today. The
strikers in the Manitoba yards this
morning pnl ed tbe pins from tho
freight cars and threw them away to
prevent the cars from bAng moved.
There h no indication as yet of a set
tlement of the strike. When 10 o'clock
came the men on all tho lines center
ing in the city refun .1 to go to work.
Tho number who tlms refused is about
seventy, Affairs are assuming more
as yet no
Traoble reared Ht. Paal.
Kr. Paul, Mink., October 15. About
a dozen switchmen of the Manitoba
yards in this city Joined the strikers
today. ETerything is quiet and or
derly. Nothing is doing at tbe Min
netota transfer, because there ere no
cars to move. Only two trains of
freight are billed to arrve this after
noon, and eome trouble is then feared.
THE ltT. ItEV. MGlt. CAPEL
IKDIkiHANTLT DENIES THAT IIS
HAM LIVED A BAD lift,
And He Draaouncfa the Amirl0r
tbe 1 Ibclout statements a
Liar and Cowaid.
New York, October Jo. The Her
ald' San Francisco corrfspondeot tel.
(.graphs an interview had with Mgr.
Capul, in which the eminent prelate
denies with indfgnati .in tho reports of
his improper couunci in California,
Mgr. Capel Bays: ' I thought at first
that the matter was tno vile to be be
lieved. but blow I see that, although 1
will not stoop tj a refutation, yet
tome short rep'y Is necesaery. Hav
ing been broken down in health, as a
result of delivering over lOUec'urea
in a short space of time, I contracted
malaria, which had pr stra'od me ft
times. In this condition 1 accepted
the invitation of an estimable Catholic
lady to stay in the country and there
recruit. Kbe is the daughter of one of
the oldest pioneers in the State, the
la'e Gen. John McCawley. She has
lonft been foremost in establishing
and maintaining Catholic m'siione, to
which she is always willing t) con
tribute her time, sr rvicoj and proper
ty. She rased in great pun
the funds necessary to build
the Catholic Cuurch at Halt.
On the occasion of the dedica
tion of the church, which recsntly oc
curred, Archbishop Riordan, of Fan
Francisco, and the whole paity of vis
iting clergy, were guests of Mrs. Va
leusin. Oov. Hioiioman, of California,
aod wife, paid liar a visit one week
ago. To her tho parish priest alwajs
tnrnawhen he dw-ires to obtain money
lo curry on his church, She is a well
educated lady, bearing an irreproach
able character, and is Lonored by ber
neighbors. You can have some faint
idea of the indignation those insinua
tions muht awftken in them and in me.
That is all I have to say, except that
the parish priest, who introduced me
to Mrs. Valeu;in, has made hr houee
bis borne, staying two or 'throe days
every week, and keening three horses
on her lend. Mgr. Capel also stated
that out of consideration for Mrs. Vi
lensin's kindnees he had undertaken
to give some lesons to and attend to
the religious education of ber young
on curing his stay at ber bouse.
The Herald also prints the following
Sii) Fbancisco, Cal., October 10, 1896.
To the Editor of the Herald:
Your reporter sends my s'atement.
I ask the insertion over my signature
of the following: In the name of
Ameiican liberty, and in the came of
honor due American woman, let tho
journal that has g'ven' publicity to it
publish the name ol the human
monstrosity capable of and responsi
ble lor giving lis laue and malicious
California charges against me, or
stand convicted of gross falsehood
and cowardice. t. j. ca tcl.
MEXICAN NATIONAL RAIL WAT.
TuaNew HorlKnie Loan lha Drain
age of tbe Valley of Meilro,
City or Mixico, October 15. It is
believed here that the new mortgage
loan to be placed by the National
Railway Company lo complete iti
main line will be largely subscribed
by the Ameiican bondholders, despite
tbe predictions made here that the
English bondholders will take the
new loan and to control the road,
Under the arrangements proposed the
Pacific div si'in will .remain In charge
ol the const notion company, and will
have no connection whatever with
tbe financial arrangements a Hoc tin
the main line. Two American en
one English company are contesting
the contract to be awarded for the
drainage of tbe Valley of Mexico. The
contract involves the expenditure of
t hlcHKO milkmen Cnnnot Hell Milk
From DUtlllerjr (',
Ciiicacio, III, October 15. Judge
luiey tbis morning ctiswlvol the in
junction which the milkmen had ne
cured ngitinst iiraitn uommiHsiomr
de Wolf, who had prohibited tbe ealo
of any milk taken from cows at any of
tno distilleries Where quarantine ex
iste. Tho Judge commnnted severely
on the attempt of tbe ni Ik dealers to
traflic in such unwholxcomo and dan
Herons food, and and that Dr. da
Well's order should be enf.iic.d.
Home twenty-five milk dealers a e at
Llehig Co.'s Coca Beef Tonic.
"My patients derive marked and
deeded benefit from it," seyj Prof.
J. M. Cirnnchan, M 1) , Professor Sur
gery, New York Medical Collpge.
For bad taste in the month, bul
brehth, heart1 U'n, pain in stomach
and bowels, flatulency, tonetlpaii n
(symptoms of dyspepsia and broken
down d'grtfction), it is invaluable. Also
in b.lliousnes', malaria, debility, liver
complaint, sick neauactie.
Low or lllebjr a Hotel Eire.
Eli.aiikth, N. J., Odlober 15. The
Windsor Hotel at Riseile was totally
di Btroyed by lira this morning. Jo
hanna Sullivan, a lnundrese, wsh
burned to death. The hotel was val
ued at $24,000 and was owned by Col.
Ja rues Moore and tbe K. G, Browne
e tu'o, of h.uabetn, aud Sanford Ross,
of Newark. The insurance ia $15,000.
A lllowlh t'oat
I' lon the tongue, particularly near Iti bane,
! ol tUelf auttloiont to denote blliounnm.
an ailment to the dorolopment of which the
hot weather it may be remarked In pataing
! eiirctnely favorable and which autumn
ofU'U hrinaa In lt Iruin a a liniterina loa--ary.
If not remedied which it M.eedily
nwy be with lloiieiter'a Btoraaoh Bittere
then tollow ag.ravated dinorderi of the
touiach and bowels, dull painf benoath the
lower right rilm, nuea and headache. A
prompt uaeof tbil invaluable rpeciOo l
wy domrable, no matter what tbe aenann.
I'l'on tbe liver itexerlaan inllucnce directly
hn!aoial. The bilo, the oWtruction to iti
Mow hcini relieved by the relaxation of the
bowel, return! to in natural channel, and
t'.e portion of it which haa loroed ita way
Into and contaminated the blood in expelled,
lire Btiimach alia remind tt diaei.tive lunc
tion. Kheumatliui, levar and ague and kid
ney troublea ale) aucoumb to tbe liilteri.
No Truth la the Knntor.
City of Mexico, Cipher 15. Ilu
nv ra orig'nnting in the United Statea
of the assssinat on r,f Gsn. Gotiales,
ex-President of the Republic and now
Gov n.orof the S ate of Guanajuato,
have reached here, but inquiry ehows
that tbnre is no truth in them. Oov.
Uorznlig, at latest accounts, was in
gid health and fcUending to the
unties of h s otlice.
serious aspect, though
trouble has arisen.
tbe wm mm.
ORDSB BY T' jjg POSTMASTER
UKJtUiL AjiEJiDINU THE
roslai la js pensions fur Tenner
seer g.jue Railway Mall
IsraoiAi, to ths irriai..l
Washi sqton. October 15. Pott.
maiter General Vilas ha issrted the
follovtirg order: Section 437 cf the
postal laws and regulations is amend
ed as follows: Whenever any letter
prat aid at I S3 than one full rate cf
poalcge, or any third clasi matter, not
tally piepoid, of obvious valu-, such
as mig'zir es, muic, piciuree, pamph
lo's, nook', Bcientnc or jtuerwine,
likely to bo of permanent use to the
addressed; or parcel of fourth clas
matter not being fully prepaid and
boicg otberwiee nia'lable, is deposited
in any pos'oflice and eddretsd to any
other pobtillice within the United
States, it must bo prstmarked with
tbe data of its receipt, indi rsed "held
for pott'gc," and, except in tbe coses
mentioned below, the addressee noti
fied by the next mail by an oflic al
postal card (form 1543), containing
notioof detention aad a r. queft to
remit tuflicient postage to fully prepay
it to di stinit on. ttuch matter should
then be held two weeks for reply, and
if at the expiration of that time the re
quired portage has not been received,
it should ba marked unclaimed
and sent to the I) ad LMtt-r Office
as unmai.'able. Matter directed to
places so remote from tbe mailing
ollice that the notice cannot bs re
turned by the addressee within two
weeks, and may be held no', longer
than four weeks. But upon the re
ceipt of the proper amount of pes' age
the stamps should be fixed upon tue
matter so as to c vi-r but a portion of
the word), "field for pos'ae," and
properly canceled before forwarding
the same. When held for poetigo,
matter bearing the curd or address of a .
sender from within the delivery of the
msiling ollice should be immedi
ately teturned to such sender for
proper postsge. Notice of detention
must not be sent to the addres ee of
matter properly held for postngo
which is directed to foreign countries.
but if the name of the sender be un
known it should at once be sent' to
the dead letter office. If the sender
himself pais the pos'age bofore the
addressee, the letter will be indorsed
"postage subsequently paid by the
wriiet1' and tbe add.tioual ttauopa a -
Hxed. ttbould tbe postage be alter
ward received from the addrees. e, it
will be promptly returned to him.
And a'so tbe following: "A reward
of$2U0 will be pa;d by (his dopart-
ment. upon conviction in tbe United
states Cour s, for any person who may
have bean engaged in robbing or at
tempting to rob the United States
mails by attack while the mmls ate in
trandit upon any poet route."
This offer is appl cable to offences
committed during the fiscal yvar end
ing June lilt, IMS, aod the reward will
be paid upon ea isfactory evidence to
the person caueing arreat and con vie
The following pensions werA al
lowed today to people in Tennessee
Alice, widow ol J. U. labor, isiancbe;
Julia A., w uow cl Vf. G. llopon,
Bhelton'a Ford; 8. O. Cannon, K ce
ville;B. M. Posey, Springdale; Geo.
W. lleiley, Difficult; W. Iunisn, New-
or t; Greenbury i'resloy, GhopUck;
jonn fietcroer, tsuttor.
Peneions were reiesued to N. Bry
ant, Greenville, and John Swiney,
Ducktown; pension restored to John
D. Dor man, Wiofleld: pension in
creased to Marshall Gregg, Benton.
RAILWAY HAIL SIRVICB.
General Superintendent Jameson, of
the Railway Mail Service, issued ihe
Orrici ur Uin'l, bue'T. K. M. 8.
The continued violation of various
seotions cf the instructions to r til way
postal clerk, nolably 749, 751, 754,
75'J and 701, has compelled the
department to take decitive notion to
the end that olerka may understand
thnt these sections must be complied
with in every instance.
Within the last few days the eala
lies of five clerks in the Sixth Di.
vision have been reduced from $1000
to $1100 per annum for the months of
Ootober, November and December lor
failing to perform services over the en
tire length of thoir lines and properly
ncoid ng their arrivals and de-
natuiea. The salaries of tno clerks
nave beon reduced from $!M0 to $000
for the s-iriie period for like offense?.
Ancther clork hs bmn reduced from
(!)00 to i(itH) per annum for the month
of October for siguing the reccrJ of
arrivals and departures for a fellow
clerk, and being a paity to the carry
ing of en unauthorized perton in a
mail tar. Another clerk has
bden reduced from $1000 to
$i)U0 per at'nura for three months
f.ir currying an unauthorised per;ou
in bis car: also, for tarrying 1 qoor in
his car t nd ueing it to excB?. Several
clerks have been suepended from the
service for frum two to six days for
rareleea handlirg of reitletered mat
ter, and in tbii connection I deeire to
again imprers upon ail employes in
tbis Bervice the necessity for using the
utmoet caution in handling this valu
able matter. Clerks should never re
ceipt for registered packages, pouches
or sicks withcut carefully comparing
tbem to S':e thi.t theee tecelved are
the ones signed for, and that they are
propsrly addressed. They should
never depend upon a memorandum
or list furnished by the diepatching
postmaster, and if it can be proven
that any clerk Is guilty of carelessness
in this re'pect hit removal from the
sorvicav.il ppeedily follow. The de
partment ran not and will not allow
the property cf its patrons to be jeop
ardized by the careleseness and inat
tention of ita employes.
WAsniNOTON, O.tnber 15. The
President, accompanied by Col. La
ment, Mr. Miller, Commiseioner of In
ternal Kvenue, and several members
of the Woodraont Fishing Club, left
here last night for the clubhouse at
Woodmont, Mil., on the Baltimore
and Ohio rai road. It is not known
when the party will return.
They Are Not Morrjr.
There is one thing nobody ever re
gretsthat is, the day they first adopt
ed Parker's Tonic as their regular fain
ily medicine. Ita range is so wide
and its good effects so sure, that noth
ing else, except good nursing, ar"
needed in a greiit majority of case
Buy it, try it, and afterward it will not
require any praise from ns.
New Yohk, October 15. The busl-
nisi fai ore s occurring throughout
tbe country dnring tbe last eeven
days, as repotted to R. O. Dun & Co.,
number fur the United States KiO. and
for Canada J9, or a total of 19, as
compared with a total of 1U0 lest
Centaur Liniment is tho most wonderful Pain-Curer
tho world lias ever known.
TV MTITniT. P(1NSKT. th firm of Alston. Rrnwall O.n' I. Ma Iu l..l.j V vu
-D Crowell retiring. The remaining partnera, V. IS. Alston and 11. 11. Maury, will 'con
tinue the bnainesa at the old etand, corner front and Union aireeU, afuming all Hqbiliiiea
anaooneotinc all ouuianaina; aooounu.
Memphlt, Tenn., September 1, 188fl.
arOo rMirinir a aHove. I beaneak for my
age heretofore extended tbe old firm.
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FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
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