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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY, OCTOliEK 17. 1880.
IT THE MOUTH OF THE SABINE
Mcch More DcstrncliTeTkan at First
Exported Johnson's Bajou
Obliterated ind the Town
BORE THAN THREE niLNDRED
Fathetle and Pitiful Stories of the
SarTiTors of tie Awful Hbtoc
by Wind and Ware.
XiALVieTow, Til, October 16. Fur
ther particulars of the great dioa&ter
atFab nsPaei and Johnson's Bavon
are constantly being received. Toe
situation baa not been exapserated in
the least. A correspondent who has
just returned from Sabine Pars tele
crRcbs from Orange that the turkey
buziarda are eoarins over IrUbine for
miles around on land and watr. It
is one vast ch&rnel house. The town
isawtntouto! ex'stence. WtutwHS
aproRoerors vi.lae wbrn lastTma-
dav dawDed is now the center of wreck
and dfso htion. There are 127. per
sons miesinit and s :ppo d to bu doau.
Oalv shunt twenty-five bodies hive
so far bjen rtcovertrt. Theie in not
one sound hous't in the town of Sa
bine. The r s deuces if Dr. Ui lit ami
Dr. McLarahun ure tliHonly rnfa ih .t
can be rpire I. F.vtry olhrr I.oiiHe
is on kb oluie wreck. lLiv, iu br.ef,
ifl the ttory of the s'orm. Imiumira
blo touching hearlrwudina inuidonti
are rolnt d i f hUBbtnds la lung w;vcs
and children tr Hotting wreiki and
then setlnt them kil etl by heavy
Iocs btire driven aeairt them. The
damarre t property can only be enti
mated by tk ' value of the town, for
all is loet. TheHahineaud Kites Texas
railroad trie' is washed t ut fi.r a die
tance if tea miles. The ties I ave
floated cfT and the rails aro twis ed
like wirec. the tff. ct of the great hu
rkane. Millions of dead 11 a j wf r cut-t
np)by the wavi a and thousands of birds
also strew tbo ! round. A yonng
woman, in a perfectly nuda state, was
Land roaming around on the prairie
yesterday five miles from Sabine. She
was demented and could not tell ht-r
name. When the government tugboat
Prnrcse rr ached Sitblr.e yesterday, to
iUuibui Partes wai f.iund rowing
around the delta looking for the bodies
of bis family. He Baitl: "Mysolf,
-wife and three children were c ingir g
' to a fl a'ing roof, which was grimily
breaking to pieces. One of the little
ones went and then another. I wnn
i holding the youngest and soon my
wile (aid, 'Uoo l by, nuiDanu, i am
coine.' I could not reach her.
The pier of t iu roof supporting her
broke off and she Bank belore my eyes.
1 held cn to the youngestckild, named
Pearl, tome time longer. The child,
addressing me f aid, 'Papa, I'm tin d ,
won't you walk with me?' The
piece of the roof I wis on w s
now crumbling to pieces. I told the
litt'eone to kiss me. She put both
her littli armi around my neck,
gave me a irjuetao, and just thou a
wave dashed us eff and I saw her no
more. Grunt Had I why didn't I go
Lie was nreesed t) so on board the
Penrose, but ;refued, saying, "Here
among the lauoons are the buJiei of
my wife ai d children, and here will I
sun until I can Bod thorn."
No tongue can till how the people
have Buffeted during the paH few
div?. In many cases the dead ones
are considered the lucky ones.
La'e reoorta from Johnson's Bayou
bring the teinble Intelligence that
clshtv five persons aie now known to
tie lost in that sott'emerit, and it Is
greatly leartd that the list will be
swelled to 100 or more, thus making
the total Lumber of victims by the
hurr'eme fully 200. Reliable Infor
mation from J Lht son s Hay m arr vej
slowly, all the roads being impawble,
and ouly two boats are running to
tht.t srctlon. The dut-titution of the
snrvivors, of whom there are over
10i)0 .anund Johnson's and Badfjrd
village, Is described ci something bw
lilt. They lent everyttiirg, ana ere
witbont food, drink and cloth's.
nrartrrndlnc Aeennui rm Johu.
JonNson's Bavop, La . October 16
Tbevilagtol JobUjouB liaycu is a
high r due on tbe sea caU, and the
naou from wh cu it tuk its name
runs through the lnhnbi'able pa'ts of
ihats c i n of the s'ttlummt inwhi h
is alpoeituHed the poitollit-n known
as Radford. They are iu Cameron
parish, on lue JjU'-iana si. ore, s x
miles cttt-t of Satire Paos. The b tvou
is niiute : n ml'es in If nuth and variei
fr m one to f.mr miles in width
Rii'g s f c9 tho Gulf telve feet above
t'.e tea It vol, end in the n ar is a
denso and hnnen'. trahle marsh.
The popu a lon of last Tu'iday
xnoriiinir nnmbeied 1200 s:uls. Tcday
eighty-nv.iol that number are conntmj
wi ninuceaa. roiiyoi i:;eir uotil-s
have b t n recovorod and consiijned to
(rives it the shell tin, while the dc-
fompos'ng co'pits of the remaining
loity live itu ien:enng in tno mntBuon
kef ird was very tMCily settled and
popul.ns It bia't'd of its co
ton pin end cotton and ctne
plftntfition?. It was the head
o: iav:gation and the starts
vrere many. Principally among these
wirutho e run by J. I'averti'. nhi
i.lao r jor.it"d a gin and turned ont
annual y 800 balea of cotton pioducod
ia Hat tct on. Tt:e otlu rs ores wure
ownfd i y A. It. Smith A Co and J,
ir (lil'i. tii-Lerul turrcbandise and
ot'u rsi nl1 in rc'aants bnvtitute the
ion t-rcinl onitiitiunitT. Tne band-
nj, i f c tt in ami maar rane pro'
'In ed :i t i- distiii't w.s tLeprluc pd
imliii r. Ti.ce ridgei C'.ra o ed
po:r,f i f t1"." r cli"nt ai.d most leitila
rraiing in V-ti romrrv, 80 0 head of
r.i ttlM iu.d hor es IimI, g owned by the
tr.nvnu(oii;iinii lty. CouHtiuuliatLn
with tins mir wor d mis had th ough
two tit'-'in vihmh, h tb owsed in
J nm, , Hayou and lUtford, while
a fhu t of trading vcoatds plied th
'vitoi-ecf tie btyou. T us pic'U'od
i John on'a By. u, or rather a serios
of rule ov.-r whuth 1200 p iouUtlon
were erturtu on the nvr;iing
oi ino'oay i,st. llapoino s ana
contiutiue.it. wbs tho lot of
the pi pl unul 4 o clock tint even
. ioq. Whn fie etiira doscendtd tip in
' tr m v-"yb dy took to Ibeir hoincs
, Ar d wJ ed niih bated lreath the la'.e
'which tin y foreatw. Ths waters be-(.a-,
r'airp, tl.e wnd twipi through
L'ue lower stcrlej of building, drivii g
tffightei people into alt is and
t:pon roo's 11 f 10 o'c'ock tlie 11 si
id;;p, which was twelve ftet ebjvo
the stia IhvoI, w;s Un f;et nm!er
w'er. llous i after house fell in or
ris w'pt away, tithi-r burying the
loomed p op'o io theilHbrlsor burl
;ng them into the bieeing waters. Cot
oa and store next succumbed and
hid! rd and Johnson's Payou were
destroyed as completely as if an in
vading army bad done the work. It
vac night of terror, dcecribei by
nrviT" as eprallin?. People con'd
oily cliog to each other and tray for
mercy and for the sonla of those whose
despairing shrieVa rang on their
ears. For twelve hours the tttftn
raged with fury; then there came
a lull. Hope was sorn revived
as the watera rccrded and the
storm pamrrl away. Tho turvivors
gathered on the mott eleva'ed poii ts,
viewirg tba feme ol deioiaiion
around tbem. The bonses that had
stool the ret on of the s'orm were
roitp'ottly gutted. Thtre was ro
lood ror (iiiuk, satt water having in
vaded everythirg Then the search
for thfl dead btgao. Tbo;e whise
bodies lay pinioned by the ruins of
houats were t-presily lecivercd. From
out of the mur.-hes more corpses were
taken and likewise buried. The death
roll waa then made up as follows:
MBS. FRANK TURNER and two chil
Mil. I.ncKK. wife and ien cnihlren,
OLD MRU. LOCK K,
Mils, w, rKltif iinDN ana tuna cnuursu,
DHADKUKD IlKRRY mnd daunhter,
MRS. ALIikRT LAMBhKT nd two chll-
hAMURLKAKWIi KB and eiarit CDIIuren ,
MiiH. bUKLL WALLKi and luur can
uku. MiVKnrnniii rour cnuaron,
Mil KHA NHH AI.l., wife and irmuUon,
MHR. b. OALl IEKand four children,
LON''i MMITH ndohild.
MRH. TOOOIIAKK'S luur ahtldren,
JAl KTOOCHAKK and td cblldraa,
MR4 II W K INK anil I lira ntli'dl I'D.
1K. OEOKUli BMiia. wtfo and four
All the ab jvs w?re white p'oplc.
The following is a lif t of the colored
re n'e wbosa bodies have be ?n e-
towred r.nd ident fi d :
ELRVKRJONESON and wife,
.1A K I.KWIS. wir snd brother.
KIC1IA11D 11AM11UICK. wile ard firs
Yna'ttr li.v racmirs the rcau ar
pocket Htorcwhiels'tamerctheil the
Emily P. nr ived at Johmor. a Bayou,
aril hronght to Orange n m-iny afsne
could carry, about sixty pers ws. Not
one of tntm nau anyu.u;g nu wu
tht-v stood iu. and many of them were
mi., un 1i,Ih nho 's. c at 8 and diesHO".
Their wai ts were piomitiy gupplud
by tho goad pionle of this placv, Bnd
i be refuges made eomfor eble for the
niubt. lbs morning tne it,muy r.
at.d trie s'omner Lark will rtturn, and
f oin lln nce make rtgnlartiips until a 1
nm hronoht to a olace ol safety. All
i tie propie, ave a tew who nave inrga
s ock UitertstF, say vney nave auaii-
doued tbo plscs forever. lhy are
lecendai.ta of a rai e of neoiile who
in the pa t ma le Johnssu's liiyou a
vant tiranne urove. in: at came anu
mintd them, and thev turned to cot
tin ai d sugar and stock raiding only
to mett the fate of their forehtherd.
Of the 8000 head of stock which olcb
the bayou baoited 0000 are drowntd,
while tho remainder will die of thirst,
as all the water is salt. J. S. Spencer,
one of the inhabitants of the place,
avaibia Is his third storm he bat ex
nerienr.ed bavins been through the
atorm at Mo-gau Thaw iu June last,
and at Indiaiiola in Au ills', lie was
making a handsome living nnpplying
Northern and Ui-trn nia ae's wnn
bird skins and ftatbeis. lie loBes
over $000 in petteriee. Mr. Spencer
WdB formerlv editor of the Blooming
ton (III.) Pantograph. There is no es
tlmntiiicr the lots, as there is no way
if ao .rtnlninir the valua'ioni. llentre,
suOlce it to ray that the towns are de
stroyed and abandoned.
Another Account From Beaamonl
Bbaiimont. Tax.. October 16 The
tiain which went toward Sabine yos
teidiyajfarasthe track allowen re
turned heie at 8 o'clock p.m. F.f een
bedics wjre reo vered tn the hlh
land called B ick Ridge.west of Sabine,
and were bailed. Six bodies of women
wete icooveted on the wet shore of
tbe lake, two c olored and four white,
one being that f Mr. W. A. Jut W,
of Oarlisle. Mr. Junker is still min
ing. The steamer Emily P. returned
from Johnson's Bayou, La., t Or
autre, and teooits that thoie drowned
a', that place were clrefly colored peo
ple, lue deaths at butane ra-s snu
the vicinity will sgKrpgate more than
nlnfty, and at. Johiisou's By mi abont
tiuhtvfivj. Oulv three bouses are
lotltHljr human nautuuon, icougn
di r'lianl a d i'n are rtaadmg in a pie'
ottious condition. The people who
tsrapod w.tu the r lives are completely
minud fiiiHticiully, a maionty of them
n .t being able to provide themselvei
w ihlhe hue uecespltirs ol me. a
telegram from the merchants of Gal
veston to tho Relief Committee here
"GalveBton subscribFB f 1000. I.aw
on Hall, llutchiims & Oo."
Th Mexican sihooiitr llerruus ts
high and dry at a piint called the Oil
Ponds. 11 r cap'ain, Josepo, imiidc
locdo, reports that he was bound for
Nhw O linns with 105 mahocany loua,
all of which are now supposed to be
met. Tits captain and crew were tur
nished by the ra lroad oiinpany wnh
ra'BBS to Mew Orleans and left tonluht.
A ctrcui ir win us auuressea ny me
Financs Committee to the piii c pal
business housBS in the lending trade
rentes of tbecuntry. While sub
sciintinns fiom local and neiubb iring
points have been ties and liberal, un y
rr sufllcient only to supply the rt-
auiiemeuts of a few dayi. It is de
tired to urgently Impress upon the
teonle ol Texai and elsewhere the im
mediate ne'osaily of ioponding at
ones to the dtmands of this calamity,
OimsorvaUve etimatia place the lost
at. sin h fijiirps that it will require from
$75,000 to $i00000 to meet the einer-
genc oa of the case.
The Hiorra at rit t'olboraie, Oat
Tonr Colsokmb, Out., October 18.
The gale yi-slerday was the hardest
blow experienced hern far many
years. Wa'er was raieed some eight
feet in the batbor and th current into
the ranal was tqnal to Niagara rivtr.
Wind was principally from the sou. h
wettand continued untl midnight,
when it t hifiPti tu tba southward ai d
moili ra'ed. This mornirg it was blow
ing strong from the About 400
fest of tho west pier was wnshe I away.
The fcflhoonor Hartford, f.om Detroit,
arilved hers all safe about 4 o'clock
this mornirg. The captain fays the
tea was soiuttlung ti rrible. wa hlng
clear ovrr (he v.jhhc1 and tilling the
tahiii, Int the b at sustained no
s rious damage. SI e parsed down,
I) uindf rOweuo, witi wheat. Ihefc,
11. Rulheiford, Clnveland to Thorold,
with conl, also passed down. In har
lor, wind bound, the schomer Son
riie a-id prope'ler Lake Micl)iS.u
The icbnonur r'tinrlee. biund from
Buffa'o to Chic-go, laden with ccal,
ran back hoio today. Bhe lost her
fort a iil, foroboom, cathea i and somo
of hor bulwark, and is leaking crns.d'
trably. Khe will await erdors here.
The schr.o:.er E 11. Hullo rlord ar
rived this afternoon from Clfvolntul
The cap n jrtsr- nt, was tbe roitghi st
trip lie eve? h Jo. His vessel was cov-
nrn.l ni l, ttl'D, rHB.Iu all tla ll.,ii
and lout her foiebooin and yard a id
had her bulwarks washrd away. A
mo 1 r.4) gale bus b on blowing down
tho tal.e all d y. This evening it is
midcrating, but is still blowing frtuh
Iiom the noilhireHt.
At Knrbrater staiel Vlolnlljr.
Rot'RKRTitR, N. Y., October 16. The
Bavcira snle ol tbe liuit two days, which
did 60 mach dam's-e at aime ol the
lake poits, did little injury t Rochts-
ter or iciiiity. Although a heavy tea
Wa lunnfnK rn the Uke at Charlotte
yes erday it did little barm. A- large
three ma'ter schooner, fanning tor
shelter, foiled to make the harbor at
Cbarlot'e and drifted rnpidly to the
leeard of the piers. 8he got out an
anchor, bnt it did not hold, when the
wind thine J to the nordivriat and the
ves3(-l was evident'y drgginR hr an
chor. Her name was not learned. A
tug ( tiered reliance, but it waade
c'jued Another eth')Oor. icpio:ed
to be the Queen o! the Lakf, encbored
to the windward ol the tueis, Deing
auatle t) mtke tie haibor.
Tbe Hlorin at Eelrolt and Vicinity.
Dktbiit. Mich.. Octbcr 16. Re
ports are s.owlj coming in cf damage
b Etorm. Inmost caiostbe danaane
is to feDces, trts. rcoie, etc. 1 he gale
blew up the uver and the wratrrin
Like 8'. Clair was raited to an unpre
cedented biitht, being reven fe t six
inches higher than evr rbsforeknowu.
Hi aw ictses are repoitod at' aucg
tbe shores of tbe lake, particularly on
the American tide between Fair
Haven and New Baltimore. Tbe
water extended a mile and a half upon
the and and fliettd awav mucn va'
Udble timber and num'rona sreal
houses. The docks at Fair Iltven
and Schoor'a Mill were damaiW to
the extent of 5000. Tbe tag McRa
had her upper works bmath'd in ard
lo t her anchois. The sloop yacht
Turk, of Ietroit. w.is carried awiy by
the w.ttf r and li'ially lodged in an oV-
cha d 120 fict from shore.
THE KEKUVlhLE FAIB.
Coiutili'te I Imi of Prrmluui Ara-
KaniiviixB, Tinn.. Octi her 16. The
K.rvilie j.'4jr wtt4 w, n atte i'li-d yt
torj0Vi tt)lTl, i.jn(, prL,H,)iit 2o00 ter,
, 11,,. stock sn w was fiuH. Th
i.. ia . i:Kt Lf
Bmt cow, 3 yenrs and over J. U.
McUalla, premium; 8. A. Douglass,
Bist suck ng calf, any sex Ilara-
rroi.t.eo, piemiumiJ. Kuth, cerim-
Best brood mare, rolt by eide J.
Ruth, premium; O. f. Bhdsoe, cer
till a e.
Bist saddle slaliion, 4 yiars end
over A. J. Harris, premium; R. A.
Best saddle btadion. 6 yea s and nn
der 4 J. Jones, prauiuui; J. CI. Cat
sell, teit fio.ite.
Bes', suidie stallion, '& ye1" ana an
dtr 3-J. M. Snowden. prnmtum.
Beit mare or eeldioir. 4 yeare and
over S. A. D ug ass, premium and
Beit mre or cetd ng, 3 years aid
under 4 U. M. Stewart. DrHmium
Biut mare or g doing, 2 years and
under 3 VV. t. Ladd. mem um
Boat mare or geloiug, 1 year and
under 2 J. M. Sinionton, premium.
Best s a ild hi mire or lidding, any
aae S. A. JJmg.asa, premium; jjick
Merrill, c r iUcte.
BeBt taddle mare or gelding, 2 ycas
and under 3 John McUormack, pre
Bi'tt taddle ma'e or gelding, 1 year
and under 2 -J. F. Kright, premium;
J. M. S moutou. ctrtincnte.
Entries were made in tbe strck
show csttle, hogs, sheep, hor.-oa and
mules by the followingpcrsons,mny
entering in Bovrrat riDKs:
J. O.MoCalla, J. B. Wallaoe,
J.T. LlKon, Jmei SiiuujnDS,
M. B. Wilier, 0. 1). Baldock,
8. A. DouKlan, K. T. Scot ,
T. M. Edward, Jauiei 1'ayne.
John Routh. J.O.Cmtlei,
J.hnowdcn, A. J. Harris,
V. Mnulannnhan, ' J
W. V. I.aiit,
J. F. Muflatt,
F J. Moflatt,
W. W. MoUriatan,
W. B. S monton,
O. W. Dlcdaoe,
R. K ltoberaon.
O. W. i'eruon,
W. W. MoCriaUn,
O. M. Btawart.
M J. Siuiunt'in,
J L. Kesnuui,
K. J. MoCristan,
W. E. Polk,
W. 0. Vhm.
J. L MoCormaok,
W. (I. Bojce,
O. W. htewart,
0. h. Harmon,
J. (1. MoOalla,
T. U. Ladd,
J O. MoCain,
W. Q. Hleds e,
-K. A. lUrrell,
1. A. Douglas,
J. M. bimonton,
W. 8. 11 nnmnntrea.
M J- rinowuen,
B. B Boyoe,
K. W Polk,
I. A. Merrill.
J. P. MoKnixht, J. W. Shil l,
JACKS ANU JBNNRTS.
J.C. Cartloi, H. B. Jonel,
MrrchMHlai Kecrlpt fmr Their Goods
and Receive II air Empty
Bt. Louis. Mo.. October 16 For
nmr.fi liniH nait freiuht carson the Mia'
Bonrl Patihc and Ir, n Mountain rail-
wava have been systematica Iv robbed.
Tbetbiavts in every imUnce have
been so complftoly covered un that
deti-ct'on for a lorg time st emed fm-
noisible. The mater was pia eu in
thu nanus oi atiecuve 8 nra ninei en
brakemen wire arretted at i'ort Smith,
charged with being implicated in the
miliums. The thievuiir lias Dsen
done bo di-x'erously that the detect
ives wers lung tim in discovering
by whom it was done. The goods
were sent Droberlv packed and the
thieves opened the LoxfB, took out
what they wanted, and then natieu
nr the boxes bo nicely that the mer
chants to whom thev were cotsiined
receipted f ir them "in good ordtr,"
and mty lound alter they naa ttono
so that thwv did not receive the proptr
amount of goods. Hundreds ot dollars
rth of merchaodise lus in this way
leldlnv naid kmollett
Fieldirc writes a real history based
on nuiiiiou8 tacts, nmoneir, me
Dickons, ft ings log' there collection of
cmtc epHcdcs. fieiuing ceepB mi
clmrac'i rs well iu view from tbe tiist,
nnd itronps them with classic art,
Smollett picks up hia actors ou bis
travels, and curios thcin throngh a
medley ot F.dvtntntos and mhnare.
Hh art at merit c.insisis in the irre
sistible foice of his broad humor, his
endieiB inventions ot hiirlmouu in
cidonts and eccentrc chat acters, his
vigor and futility ol motirce, the
variety of f rms of life w! ich be
depict", and the rapidity with which,
In eviiute succeait one ano uer. i ne
world. 8 he describes it, reoemb'.es
the c! ee of a pai.tomimo. Mo each
hurl -burly of norBo plav and bcister
nus roar of lauih'or ecu d have arisen
ar l'i.u u imyo uust-ii
IfOin any r.i'.er noci.j y e? rppt, 11 v 01
-n... . .v.. - 1
the ditva of Got.rue
ll K.cnn ut tlnl
period the avtumulation of cimic
d BiB'rra is ex eirornted. Like D ck
en, Bmol.eu haa a B(en .ercepiioa
of eccentiicitief, and dsit)i"i' auto-
liograiihy under tbe form of 11 Jliou
I am nnw rerdv to wntt on my
Mends ard the nub'ic at large wi h
the c) oiciBt ol mtihta. ovs era and fish.
Keiueml'er the n'ace: it is a the cor-
1 er t 11 an aud 1'opia.r. leiepnone
No. 870. h. suits-El., Ra.
All anthoritits Broa thftt the rni'k
ot a lual.hy mutlier is the boat ' food
lir an ioUnt. next to tmc au con
taitiinii all the e'cnient' for pfrfwt
OlltrillUU, IS 1U0II1U B X'UUU " u"-"l
alter a long teat, is blgaiy indorsed oy
prominent medical mon.
THE STOCK YARDS STRIKE
PIAKERTOX KEN OS GUABD,
AND THE UROTJMJS
B rilllantl; Lighted by Electricity at
Klght to Prevent Surprises
Labor Troubles Ll-e where.
Chicago, III, O tobtr 16. "It is
war now. forenre." said a etoefman
as he stood on tbe Tr. nut House i.tcps
after bis breakfast. At this hour, u -nally
i o msrked by the crowds of men
on their way ti wo k, there was little
sign of life on the stnet. Where a
wreic ago tLou lands ot men tiocp.a
through the big ga e leading t the
yarde, scare ly a d z n at a timo could
now be teen. Over in the Exchange
Building, usually iteming with cattle
buyers and skiers at this early
hour. eai?. r and noisv as bo many
Board of Trade SDfculat-.ra, the great
ball was almost de er'ed. A paiesn
eer train ci-me on tbe Michigan South
ern trackn, but instead of pulling upon
the usual side treck a', tne uepoi, m
engine kept on (round "the horn
and tojk the three coaches up Forty
seventh etrcet and s.t ppsd ttthe al
ley which ltd down t Armiur
Co.'s hcuses. Neatly 200 men alight
ed and walked to tl.e ofbVe, woer3
thev were given jumpers and overalls
and set to work in the old hou;e. The
precautions for gnaiding the property
of the packura have been greatly in
created. In the town fca'l aro a scare i of
cots in which the regular police
sleep. Teit grjph w, res load to etch
of the ptclting houtcs, anu n g'n snu
dav en operrt r is on du'y. lhe
watchmen at tbe ea'tkmg hous re
pot by s if nil to tlie telepboi e ofllce
i very hKil l,cur, una ins pair.ii
wagon crew n r -any lor uuiy at a
mcmmit's nolic?. K ei t.ht l'ghta havo
bam burg tbtorgh'iut all ihe alley
ways and Ulumii a e every nooK at.u
corner, turning the uaraesi nispit uno
the brighteit day. Las", bnt by no
rat ans lfa9t,lstbe p'.t-ctlV mrasnriS
ia tho Pinkt-ron fo'C. Thtir bar-
Mcks in Wa:h:ogtcn Bu::th. rs bju,
Pack'tig II uie preset ts the appear
ance of u in litary cainp. Ad through
the day and nisht senliiies, arnitd
wi h Winchester rill pa-.eu up ana
down the atlejw y and tracks which
surround it. lhe r,t'ikrs have ex
tended the boycott until it is now an
ab olnte inp-wih uty Dra rimer on
man t) purchate anything in tha
Tim ti'iiil crowds of Idle men re
mained in h9 vicinily of the pecking
houses all day and Dejougt.i an men
who cnld De nacnea no; m g w
work. Manv anulkania for work, how-
ev r, went out on tl e r gu'.ar and Bpe
c'al pa st-ng 'r irains anil wtre landed
at tbe do.irj of the packing houses,
which were guarded by armed pairi is.
The strikers stopptd a wagon contain
ing clothing and neddingfor the Pink
erton men juet outt-ido the city limits
todcy and handled the driver roughly,
throwing the clothing in the street.
A wtgon loaded wiih bread for the
Pinkerton cuarda wai stopped outside
the ciiy limiis, and when the police
arrived tbe w g m Lad disappeared.
A Long nud Bitter Sir male.
Chicago, III., Oi tnb'r 10 -A pram-
innLt MinnenDO'is muler telegrapbs:
Th swit bmvji's a'liks here prom-
ln. tn ho a lone ana bitter one and
will probah'y top al. shipments for a
vh a. JN j IIV our cujiomnrs etui
legulate jooib-Wh according y. Al
mills here are in tne same posinoa.
Minora Favor a brlk.
Mt. Cabmkl.'Pa., O. t iber 10 Five
huodred miners, representing the
Pum avlvmiia Iliokrry Ridee. H'ckory
Swamp, Prixe, Exceliior, Lke. F.dler
and (Jiineion eollfiit b. operated Dy tn
Un ion Cord and Mini-rai Mining uom-
tiBr v. met at; Ex'clsior today to taue
a tion to socure lh reiteration of tbe
lOperceut. ruducion made at these
iniufB lattvoar. uu me question oi
ordering a general ttnke in caw tho
oiieraturs refu ed the advance there
w.s almost a nranimotn ba lot in fa
vor of it. A committee o! seven, one
from each rollicrv, was appointed to
I'otifv the mine i ill iats ot this act O"
In ca'e a tr k s' ou!dba ordered 30C0
bands will he allech d by it.
1 he Kltnatioa at ninneapoll.
Minneapolis. Minn.. October 16.
Tbe switcbmHu's tt'ike pttnd in B'a'u
quo. Supi-rni'endeiit . tjian, ot the
MaMtODt uomuony, rompininn vuai
a crowd of 200 stiineis this afternoo l
iincnnnlid the cub aid killed the
rngtce ol a train icaa oi
thatcimpiny was trying to move; slso
thai the p ill e refuiedto in'erfere and
i . j ii.
Mavnr Amis rannoi db lounu. no
saya: we ravn not oi'u boy vo.uuio
. ..r . . 3 1 . . . . i
n mnvinir our trains in ot. rjui ami
dnnotnoect any. .Mavor Rice has
ord 'red his mm to piotfct us and our
propsrty and they a-e doing it.
Tbe rrltK Libeled.
Chicaoj, III, October 10,-The
nrop-llor John Pr dgon, jr., wa
aeized todiy by United Stales Marshal
Marah and lib-led tor SOS.OiJO. whlt n
irt the value of t;io 8e'aU Chamberlain
sunk by the Pridgeon WedntsJay
At Ml. Pitnl.
St Paul, Minn., October 16 Trains
ar hBinn movf a una ne pisces ot mo
strikjia ars boh g tilled tjy conductors
nd br.(k men. Trains lelt Dy ine
conductors are b ing taken core of by
A CLEVER THIEF
tlrtm Awr Willi n Trunk run OI
Jewelry From n Ml. Loul liol.
St. Louth, Wo , Oct br 18. A wetk
mm tbe firm of J. V. Andrews & (Jo,
wholeFflle letruerp. lec lvea trim
thnir trarelma ft.iUpman in the Wei
u rrnuoit tlint tbev eend him nd
ditional eamplfs lor the ho iduy trade
A Urufl iiou O: unit truna as tt er
lillnl witli er.ch aitii l 8 H8 BO to
makeup tfco B jewelry ttore
and was traiwfi-ried lust Thursday to
the Union Uepnt in one of the cum
pai?'B own tli iviry Wrgon". Ll
trivnr. in-tad of ta'irs it to the rx
Eri-ts otll.re tiu rd, rarnea 11 10 tne
'Pgwt room, whre a strargi r a' most
Inuiinil ateiV iiiTwara aiipcirru nu
i , , r . . ,.iw.i.
I rnllM Ifi.l HIO uiKVHC III'IU
v.., , ., ... nB,a
I w pirn.....-- - --r r
nothing wtonir, sccipfd the trnr
n,l 1,'appil It on tits Meiuntns tram
the lirm received a t"le-
orm Irom their siient in the West
aski'ie wbT thoy bud not s mt his
Bamp!8. Tbi arohA their n.
pi, ion and on InTititi.iatlnn doveloped
t.n aihnva fat. Jio flew hua jet
hien ibtaii'wl' f thu robber beyond
hit dewr'ption. Tiio Jwelry was
valvtd a' $3tU'0.
nirAoai ll KitlroiKt Trnln.
Ciui'AOt), III , October 10. Tne cor
onor nacaliido i to htld an irqvicst
on the bndv ol a Mr Wahl, 76 ye r r f
age, who difd mi a lUltimore and Ohio
train In the Kta1 ol O ii while oa
route from tne K Bt ti M'ivfauee.
I i.-ure -- - - - --
rne remains win uo urut w wwuu
I from ia m . f 3
i V&y i
rrp"'dwltnatrlet rrarard trtPurltT.SirTKrlh and
llealthrulumw. Dr. I'rWH Itakinir Powder containa
no Ammonla.Llnie,Aliiin or I'hoispnatt. Ir. I'rire'e
Kstiucta, VouiU, Leiaou, etc, U&vor deliuioiul
PMCE BAKING PQWDPt CO. Chicago and St IcbM
Sheriff's Sale Persnnal Property
THIS la to glT notice that on Ttinrnday.
airt I t, ISKll, ki ll) oVIork a.m.,
will aell, to the hic'Kjt biddrr, the Stock o
Goods, 4'0"erif, Mer.'handii'oanJ Fixture
In atoiehouse No. fj'.iH Min street, levied on
na the t roperty of B. tohuiff and othera.
ahia October 8, 18-ii.
W. D. CAimov, BherJ.
ByC. T. Smith. Deputy fiherilT
."': tanlv nttrfor-t anihrdtntA far Mnfhll
nvitlk. Xnvuiuablo In Chnlnm Infantum
ud Toothing A pre-drgested food for Dytr
pppiicsi wonaumpiivos, uonvaiescomai
perfect nutrient Id all Watting Disease.
Hqulres no oooklnfr. Our tiouk, The Care
nnd Feedlnsof Infants, mailed free.
DOUBER, OOODALB CO.. Boston. IXm
To Dtaxolve Copnrtaerablp.
BUT Our entire dock haa to be lold by Jan
unry X, lata, in uitarive ofiarmersuiii
our comnany retiring, .
aj-Wa ofler our immijoie itoek Keitara-
ins ui ajimi.
Good Felt Hta :,-? 19
Fine Felt Hats. New bhape , worth 31.25, Tba
(ienuir.e IVavor Uat 75o
Job Lot ft llaia, w rtn rrom i to z
Moautiful lto-ef, all Colore 3for(lo
Ost'ioh forapona luo
Children a ir mmea nau, worm m 91 w
Boys'a Cloth, Volvet and Plush Caps,
worm 91 ' u,u
Ladios' Xrimuied Uata, worth S4 S2 00
t.nnip flltmH frnln COo UJ
Oatrioh Tina, 3 in Bunoh, from v60o up
15irdK. winP. ranoy frtntaera. reat'ior
Haoda, etc, at KlilW u lon-l . falc
Don't Lee Your Chance. Pemomber
Irom this day to January 1, 1887.
aa-Bridnl aud Slonrnlun OAtfils.
wrThe finest aiaortment ol DOLLS in tbe
ftS-Ilata Reshaped, Feather) Cleaned, Dyed
'lolden Hair Wash by the Small or Large
n ... F.-y-r -Ok .
; v;iy ssswbi-
u... KA .liu..uw u l., nitii.'l. m inkind trn uriuill'
ally cjuiiwd bv ailiwirLlflred condition ot tlie L I V fi R .
For all ouinnlaliits ol thin kiuil, aucti i Torliiitity Hi
the Livor. llili.iuJlioM, NervouH Dynpspiil. IncliBKi
tlui. Irroirulnnlr ot tlie Bowels, Uonmipitlop. ltu
lency, KruoUtiiina and burning of the btomaylt
iximitimoa ciiiieu wanuuni, ""- "i. "7
ii ,.. i.'i... , i.ilU ..I k'Hvi.r UrMdclMtne fcHVar.
Kihauution belnre or after terora, Onroiiio Uiai
rliiKa, Lo of Appetite, Headache, ioul Breath,
lrregul.rili'S Inoiueiital Ut Femali .'J.'"rr',Hr
down Plni.. BacUaohe, Ao., 40. BTADICER'8
AUR ANTil i Invaluable. Itia not Tm
r all diao.biit will CURE all rtlSaSe8 5.
the LIVER. STOMACH auJ BOWELS, It
ohanuus tno complexion from a waxy, yellow tinge,
to a ruddy, heallhy color. It entirely remoren l. w.
Bloomy apirita. It is one of the "", A,';rT'!
"ml l'uri,erM l illoo.1, aad u talitabU tome.
i'or sale by all Umggiata. Prloe S 1 .00 per Bottia.
FRONT ST., Phlladelph a, Pa.
J. F. U0LST & BliU.
(SUCCESHORd TO G. H. HOMT A BBO.
1 tij. A-y
r rirw v r sv v' .? mK-fi-;
HAVB aEWOTED T
Ho. 8.101 MKCOSD ST., MEMPHIS
A Jfl'liL and oo.tiiilete stock of ' oo and
t. MeUllio Jaaaa and lokeu, Olothov-
ered Caaketaanil irir-l Robel i slwayn OB
hind. a-0ruar bv Ulexrajik promptly
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
Axtd Iror? Roofing.
'h ' ' Y'iirit" i
riro. Wind, Waiter aoH 1 iKtilnlna
nrnof Hnitj.l.la for all Rinds of buildings
For prices and estimatei at factory ratei
oall en or address
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD MR'O CO.,
438 4 440 Main at., and 21 4 23 Mulberry at
Hoadqaartera tor Iron Fcnera and Crestin
MnlvKTiin-it Iron fornioo.Tin Mrola "-nea,
win r r. la
With rrni-tipol. Suraessful Exiierlence-To
tVUPa! v ln.triift Oanvain
Ag-onta tor firt rial, giarda-o". New, tenia
l.i. i;,,nV A.l.lro.. mml no miliiri exoeoied
wi h eierieoop. hooks rn.r Ta srd. J""" J
iiiom-i. eir.. (.mtranipp
' ,Hv!i lli l.. M. I."nl, w
Omen op tii Board or Edvcatiom,
atf mpnn, uoiooer io. i""-
TJIDS-For repairinar and repa'ntina; th
toois oi tne iimt a'reeu" "V j
nd Penbody $ch"olhoues will b' received
at thia office up o 12 on. 23d instant.
Ily order ot th. nlhU 8.0Mtary
Teat'(jx!S a s a .
x-arr f . w Hit
ra b b fa p
nitlBT TBA If n.
FADER, FRANK &
29 1 Front Kiryot.OniiowH''"'''"1
HILL, FONTAINE I GO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
S8-S0S Front St.. Hemphli, Tenia.
HILL, FQNTME k GO.
Cotton Factors, Commission ierchants,
EDWAED MOON CO.,
fiOS. 8 and 10 IJXIOK KTKEYTT.
Window Shades, Pictnro Eail
HOUSE, SIGST AND
igo. S35 KKOXl STREET.
LILLY. EOFIE & EEILLY.
ir ocers & Cotton Factors,
Hat. 8S83 Slain Street, Gay Block.
WE DERTBE TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR LAKHK SXUUH. Ulf "a"""
UlHBLtS. We are prepared to furniah near work from latest duBi on short notioe.
ALL WORK GUARAKTEED TO BE FIRST CLASfc
In every respect and to Rive entire satisfaction.
W mllott Tnnr pa tr or ana and raanest that rou onll. examine our etook, prices, elo..
afore pu-phn.lTiir elsewhore.
lew 'Cotton '.Gin
Uos. 201 and 203,Madison Street, Bempliis, Tenn.
BEST Tnrnontaml Bnmpla nriniea. Uood weignts, and remittances promr
lv marie. All Cotton Innrd while in Transit nnd at Gin. Sacks furnifhed on an
1 cation. We ne tho "Ptii IIllr"
Hulhiff from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets
vsr Insurance and Sacks free.
l3The Largest and only Complete Gin in the city.
"Best Vield. Best Sample.
j. h. niT.
W. ff. HORTO.
Late of Meechatn 4 Horton.
Late of J. S. Day Son;
DAT, HORTON & BAILEY,
360.3B2 Trout Street Memnhii Tenn.
Quarter or a Century
LAS G STAFF BUILDING,
Nos. 322 and 324 MAIW
GUNS, ST0YES, TINWAll,
IISIVEX PUMPS, POINTS, PIPE.
EVAPORATORS AND SOUGHTM MILLS.
Grocers k GoSlos
361 FRONT STRTRTTT. MBTMCPHIS. TKWV
M. flawln. Xataa S. Sullivan.
Wholesale rocera, tton BTactra
And CsRsmisslon MsrchantJ,
232 mi 234 Front St., fiemphis, Tern
nwsiB adiss ash jrraii.
. X. K. BUHfTT devotes kli wliole tit
ARPJ1ISTEAD & LUNDEEI;
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
o. 33 i Front Street, Cor. Union, Memphla, Tenn,
HIDES, FUHS, Stc.
MI MPKIW, TEA X.
Mouldings and Mixed Taints.
.... MKMPIIiS. TBSST
and Second Sts.
and nnloada'l wag .n cotton.
Oive ns a trial
W MaW a W
X. W. BA1XBT.
Late of Bailey 4 Oovlnitoii?
in the Hardware Business.
ST., - MEMPHIS, TMW-
to the welrbinr and iale of ".11 Cottea anlnnDr