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MEMPHI8 DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 18S6.
CRIZY CZAR JIMiSDEIt.
THE 8TATFMEJJT THAT HE HAD
KILLED ONE OF
His Chamberlains Corroborated
Xewa From the British Iln and
the ontlumt Flashes.
London, Oi't bt-r 25. The Earl of
Iddtsltiiiti, Miniver for Foreign Af
fairs, and the Right Hod. Kir Lyon
Plsyfair, have h"t n rominateil for the
rectoiship of LdtbburiiM Uuiveiaity.
Sir Lyon PlayUir was formerly pro
foBSDrof chemi-trv in the university,
and for many ytars rei rBnted thai
institution in (he Houjeot tioaomor.8.
Lord IJdiBkigti ie tLe present itcum-
Hone Kale Dawned Too Unlekly.
LoNDs,Oclobr 25 Loid Thurlsw,
writing to a political friend, says:
"Home ru e dawned too qu ckly upon
the minds of the raral eUoicrs to en
able tbem to appreciate the qieetion.
Wben the noneen e which the Tonne,
under the Ruice cf patriet pm and loy
alty, crammed iDto the gu lehss peas
antry, is eradicated, the voters will tea
through the trick and r.Hu'n Liberals
pledged to pan t ome rn'e."
Slang by a Vtap.
London, October 25 Mr. Gladstone
telegraphs from Hawarden regarding
the report th .t he was attacked abd
badly stung by whbps which be had
difcturbtd while felling a tree, thit a
waep merely etu-g him on the eye'id,
and that lie cannot Be cut of one oya
becans of the swelling. II a guys that
otherwise he is well.
Flgnl Betwt-en I'rofierN and Police.
London, October 25 The croft' rs
of Kiluouir, Isle o! Skye, attacked a
force of police, who were assisting the
SksiilT to make evictions, and the
military bad to be eilkd. It was
necessary to change the crolters with
the bayonet before they were d s
pereerl. Several ( f them were wounded
acid six were am Bted.
Ldnd n, Oe ober 25. Sir.ce the last
repo't there bavn ben 14 new cisbb
of cholera aid 14 de ths at Pesth, and
24 new cases and 10 deatbB at Tr.es'.e.
lBVtsllla of tlie Bel rant
Dublin, Ootbi-r 25. The Rival
Commi s on which has been inquiring
into the caiHts ot ths recent nets in
Belfast hss concluded itilabois. Tne
Jrifh Timet ayi that a leport is in cir
culation ttiat ths government coDCiim
tion programme incuVs a visit of the
Qaeen to Iro'aad in 1887. It says the
Minister? lm aire.idy submiittm the
prejfettothe Queen, who entertains
the sugtestion I ivotab y.
Duke'a attachment for the poor
girl appeared to grow "colder ana r-e
ci mmnnceu to neglect her. It was
during one of his freanent absences
that Count Peter Pchouvalnff, wbo ter
aeverai jeara held the post of chief of
tbe police of the Empire, visited the
young mother and bad a prolonged
interview with her on behalf (f the
Russian family. W'nat passed be
tween mem u natural y only Known
to tbe parties ircmediatslv interested.
but ttie otncsme was that uei her
Mile de Ren'ern ncr ber children
ever saw the fickle Grand Duke again.
Ji l.-utein, tue gentleman mention
ea ai paving been killed, was. 1 am
informed, the brother of ihe youag
lady, and received the more or losi
honorary post of chamberlain for bis
meters compliance in obeyiog the late
biuperor s behests, bince the acs'
aioa to the throne of the present
Lza', toeir uncle, the lorrmr aiiniHt'i
of Finance, bus f d.en into deep ds
grace, owing ti the fact that lii- re-
to.-d as head of the national lr;asnry
we cot as unblemished as mi. lit
have been detirtd. It is be
lieved here that young De Reut-rc,
was watting to see tbelzir, and la
in ennsequrnce of the heat of the
weather, be had unbuttoned hie heavy
cbamb-riain a uniform. The m,n
anh. anduenlT ei.tennj the room,
sterna to have fouod him in this atate,
and, probably thinking that the yonrg
rain waa presuming on his quasi re
lationship to the Imperial family, cen
sured biui In tne bitter manner wnicn
is customary to hira. Ds Itauturn,
stung by tbe Imperial msuita, meat
likely aoswered in a ciiarf spectlui
manner, end thus provoked one of
t lose terrible 11 ts ol anger which a e
co dreaded by all who appioach the
Will Iuua a I'ircaltar lo the Powera
Pari?, October 25 Tne Figaro snys
it is expected tnat M. uetiier.', Jim-
Man Miniver of Foreig'i Aflalr?. will
issue a circular to tbe pewirs declir-
ing that active measures are nereiwery
to Jlerini at the anarchy prevailing
hi isuiuaua, on tbe ground thit it ta
dangerous ti thp9cof the Balkan
H.a'.es and offensive to Kuieia.
JfeCarthy'a Opaonmt Ordered lo
Londondikby, Oc'ober 25. Justice
'Brien, who prasid-d over the con
tented election case tf Mr. Lewis against
Six. JU3tm Mctartr y, tor the seat
the House of Commons from this city,
today formally declared Mr. Ml1'
Canny elected to t'ie seat. Mr. Lewis
was found puiity of illegal practices
and ordered tj pay Mr. McCarthyls
Abated 8S Per tent, of Ike Rents,
Dublin, October 28. Mr. Scully, a
Jarg? lomi owner in iipperary, pal
abated 25 per cent, of the judicial
rents, i ma is the largest reni reduc
tion made in Tipperary since the
ludicial rent' were eatftbhthtd. Mr,
Scully, in notifying bia tenants of tbe
reduction, said he rould not ignore
the condition f affairs at tbe present
time and wjs prepared to share with
his tenants inevitable losns.
Mr, Stead In Ireland Hecarder
iHtaeu lu Tank.
London, Octobi-r 25. Mr. Stead, of
tbe Pall Mall Gazelle, has been for a
month in Ireland, lie is now in
Belfast and will go to Dublin on Mon
day, lie is preparing a s ries of
articles on borne rule, and ii inter
viewing persons of all parties on that
The Recorder at Cork in dealing
with ejectment rases made cevere
trictures on the N I'iot-al Le-gue and
tbe moonlighters. Mr. Tanner, mem-
he r ol rarluiniebt lo- (Jo k, an In h
Nationalist, at am-eting held subse
quently, tonk the Recorder ta tiek for
bis rematksend declared that there
were men vlu woa'd show that
official th' t he could not with im
puuity ma'.ign the Iriiiu character.
Ibn Crur Think the Oflleem of
Ihe Aiiiij fr I'nelr nevollou.
6t. Prtkrbuko, Oc'ober 25. The
Czar and Cza iaa yesterday, after the
unveiling of the monument in
memory cf the Russo-Tuikibh war,
attended a lu:ich giveu by tho oflicfrs
of the army. Ttie lzr, p'opaiing a
toant to thh nlli.Mrfi. ai,l ! tkTn rlritik.
ing to you, permit ins to wiuh yon 1
success e.nd inn lull enliyment ot
health in the future. I thank you
for the hardships you underwent in
the war betweun Russia and Turkey,
and I exprcSj this) thaaks in the
name of bi'.n who is no longer miiong
us. Ouce more, I thank you."
The Ntateiueal Corroborated.
London, Oc'ober 25. Notwith
standing thq denialx of the Russian
embaFSies at BerHn, Vienna and here
in London, doniale which were onlj
to be expected when derived from
Buch sources, the sla ement that the
Czar killed one of bia chamberlains,
M. de Rjnb'rn, either with a fabre or
a pistol, at the palace of Uatchitia, h
corrohnratad by advices received from
St. Peteribur. The imprefaiun
among those who 1-ad oppor:ur,ity of
hecomiog personally acquainted with
the pvseut nutociat of hu-i-ia is that
tbe tragic orjcurrance ii due rather to
the ungovernb'e temper and
almost insure fits of pnseion for
wh ch be ia notoriously .subject
tbaa ts any mfre fear of
a personal attack. This impression is
fuither strengthenrd by the following
facts, which, pi rliapa, are not generally
known in tho Uuiied St.ttns: tome
time after the te-mination of tho
Franco Ue man Whr the Grand Duke
Alex's, biothtr to the presoiit Czar,
and who is well known in New York,
contracted a se,ret marrhge with
Mile da Rmtrn, niece of Baron de
Reutern, who at that time was the
Minif ttr of Finance. When the mat
ter became kcowu tho Grand Duke
withdrew with h'B young wile to Nice
and other seaside reports on the
French and Mt.d terrantan coata. Not
only the Cmr, but especially the pre
sent Empror, ws furious with tho
Grand Duke, and Alexander II, in his
double capacity of (-up, erne liead if
tbeoithodox tlre.k church aad auto
crat of a 1 the Ruias, decree, J the se
cret marriage to be null and void.
Alexis, however, to ik no notice of
thess measurjo, but continued t.i
reside witti Biron de Rentem's
niece, who bure hira throe love
ly children. At length the Grand
Have Decided In Mend a Deputation
io me vmr,
Sofia, Octjber 25. Ths ch'efa cf
tbe Sobranje have decided t: tend to
the Czar a deputation c nsiatii g of
Klevikotf Gnshofi and Metropolitan
Clement. Th y will be instructed to
coxpla;n of tho action of Geo. Kaul
bars an Ruiau agent in Bulgaria, and
o esk He Ce rto name c,ind:dato
for the Buvarian throne. The Russian
Conruh in Bulgtiiahava bean orderad
to refuse pa spurts to the members of
the proposed delegation.
Haitian VrlKate at Varnn.
Vienna, October 25. The Political
Cotreipondenl has a tele Eram frnrn Ki lia
tayiLg thit Rtisian friua'ea have ar
rived at Varna. The Bu fiaran Gov
ernment put no faith in the repot
and consider thht it was invented w th
the object of intimida ing the people.
Will lie Regard d Xnll and Told.
London, October 25. 3en. Kiulb"rs
hasiuformed tbe Bulgiriai Govern
ment by riot that Russia will regard
the proceedings of the Sobianje as
null and void.
Dlunmlnar Ibe Rxpedlenry or Be
nin v in if Hi Papal aval.
Rome, Oc ober 25 The Pupa at
tended a congregation of the most
eminent Cardinals to discuss the posi
tion of the Palace toward the Itilian
Government and the expediency of
removing t ie Papal seat from Rome.
No decibion was arrived at. At a
po'itical bait quet today Deputy C.icca
nellier, who was recently reea-ed
fioua prison, urged the people to form
themselves into decuriasandccntuiias
tt insure the par-sage of agrariau laws,
w'-ich he would introduce, nnd to es
tab.ish a na ional c3-operaive associa
t on. He predicted that King Hum
beit would prove the regenerator of
tbe prole ariate. A bror zj wreath wes
presented to Uoccapellier.
No Oraaaatota for I.ls(( (irave
Rjmb, October 26. The Pope hue
refused to al'our any ornament to ba
plKced oa Li zt's grave beyond aa uc
painted wooden croia bearing his name
and th9 words "Orate pro nobis."
CBi'i., October 25. The Amor of
Afuhauistan is entertaining Col. R dge-
w.-y, ol the Afghan mission.
L-ndon, Ocrobor 25 Lord IIar-1
tingttiu hB accepted the preuidn; y
of t'ie r-'cotland Liberal Uioiiiat Ass.i-
London, Ojlober 25. Four deatbs
from cholera have occurred on the
B- tieh tro-p ship Euphrates, which is
now at Sutz bomewaid bound.
Lond:n, Octrb r 25. The land ad-
jjcer,t to ibe upper Khannon is H od-
tfi. Hundreds ol tons of hay are
afloat and tbe potato crop ia rotting.
London, October 25. The de.ith is
announced of Baron Frederick F.r
dinmid von Baust, the distinguished
Garinan statesman, in his 70 1 3 year.
Berlin, October 25. The Emperor
Williem haa arrived at Bladenburc.
R-p'yingto anaddrees presented by
the cit zens he eulogized the sterling
qualities of I'rincsLuilpold.
London, Octobar 25. At a ma-s
met ting ef jute operative at Dundee
yesterday it was resolved that the
trade had improved enough to war
rant 5 per cent, increase ia wages.
THIT H IS FREYAILED FOR SOME
WEEKS A I' CHICAGO
Reported Tpon by Dr. Salmon, Chit
of the Bureau of Aolmal Iudu
try at Wafhing(ou.
PR0HIBIT10X IN ATL1NTA.
An Kxlennive Jue Irade Carried on
Atlanta. Ga.. Fctober 35. The
Sect of prohibition in Atlanta has
been to encourage the jug trade.
On every traia teaching thb city there
isalaige cons'g ment of jugs fi.led
with wliiBkv. These jugs are carried
off by prohibitioniFtH and antt-pri-hihitionists
alike. Oa one train noti
bly there were fifty one-ea!lon iiiiS.
Tne poorer p?nple who cannot atford
to Send for jus, ara besieging the
drus's for pura alcohol, the eale of
hicii in p-irmitted. Thev make ad
manner of excu'es ti-get it. They
take it out to the artesian pumps to
which dippers ar attached, and dilute
it there, diinking the liquor to the
amusement of the lookers on. On
Tuis iny night there will be a citizens'
meeting to nominate candidates for
city offices. Bo'h wet and dry are
taking every means to capture the
mfiA'inrr T 1 1-1. 1 ir i r nHn a... I
o.i.. kiwi ni w expetceu.
Henry Villnrd lovemlnic for Uer
New Yohk, Ojtober 24. A
tbe pa?SBLgrs who arrived ftom Eu-
po todiy was Henry Vi Hard, for-
meily preai lent of the Northern Pa-
cit'c railroad, lie is expected to re-
m .iri in tin city for BDme time. He
refused ti g-ant an interview but bis
private secretary slid that Mr. Viilard
ad completed negot a'itirjs with Ger
man cipi aiitU to make investments
tor them in American securities.
Washington. October 25. Dr. ?al
mou, Cbinf of the Bureau of Animal
Induetry, in his olli 'ial retort upon
the ontbieaic ol pieuri-pneuminia
Chicagrt, gui: "On Set tember 22d
vis ted the Phcenix and 8hu(eldt ilis
tilleries atbles in eompsny with th
Hta'e Liv Stock Coinitiistioners and
the Stat'i eterinanan. lst mortem
exam'natioos were male on the car
raacs oi iour acimaia ana in every
one lescons were revei'ed, which are
conei teiea by the vetenuary profes
siorv all the wor'd over to be typical
and ctiarpctr run o! contagious pleu
ro pneumon a u i several (ubiiqucn
occasinns I visit d tho lime stables
and witnessed the examination of
oth'rcaiciflsis which presented eaual
iy plain evidence of the same disease."
The Doctor describes the manner in
which tho ptaitue wat t'aced to and
discovered in these disullerlea ptab e?,
and says that it waa of ilee.f a demon
stration of it contagious character,
The report continues as follows : 'The
inilknpn at first stoutly denied the
exstenceof any disease among their
caitle, but when the evidence btcarae
too strong to be longer contested, it
was sdm tted tt ey bad recognized the
appearance ( 1 a lung diaeaee in 1SH4
They at first attributed it to chemi
cals used in tho mash by the dii-ti
lers : a si. to feediLg t ei'tp too hot.
but h id finally concluded it whs con-
tagioas pletiio-preumnnid, aud bad
he n praciicing ino ulati'.n to lessen
the morlali y. It wes soon escr
lained that cattle bad been removed
from the infected t'htillerr stables,
driven over the streets of Chicigu aud
allowed tj pastuxi oo the commons
The first woik tj hi done was to pre-
veat anv more unmiats tiom leaving
the infested Btab'er, aud the next
to learn how far the contagion
had been already disseminated. To
accomplish this tint object the guards
wese strengthened, two men being
placed at each stt.ble in the daytime
and ii.urat num. while the latter eix
ve.erinary ii arecto-s were directed to
txam'ne allot the herds found run
niugoa the c mmons ab ut the citv,
The cattle in the d'stihery stables have
b;en ceurrt d daily in order to insure
prompt detection cf any owner who
might succeed la rem iv.ng any of his
etock, and it might be acf- ly said that
notu'ng ot this kind on kt occur with
out being known hy me libera of the
State L e Stock Commission. The
inepecion of city and submban herds
brought out the f ct that the contagion
bad fceeu very widely disseminatfd.
that diseased animals had been run
nmg upon lots where many cattle
graz', end that prac ically we mus
copsider all ot tlieununcel pas ures
and vacan' I t) on th We t and South
tides of Chic go as infected, and all
of the cat le running a, larice as
expofeil. Meat of the i a ea of disease
found were cnrooic and s une ot the
herds presented plain evidenca of hav
ipgbeeu inoculated. ThisioonuUtion,
which I aa been ex'on-ively resorted
tj in Chicago, while it has lessened
the looses, appears to be one ef the
means by which tbe rontag on has
been bo widely (ca tered Themigia
ot thei or n'agion in the distille-y Bra
b es is still a matter of dou-1. The
milkmen balieva it was introduced
with some cows bought a' the Union
Stockyards in the fall of 1884 by Mrs.
Mary Kelly. II this veiBion is cor-
cU it is obviously impossible to
learn at this lata day whether the an!
ma's were infected at some of the'
renters of contagion which existed in
Illinois in that year, or whether this
occurred by contact wl h some of the
many calves which were then pas'ing
through the ya d?. The State Live
Stock Commission has co-operated
cordially in the effort to dis
cover and isolate affected and exposed
cattle, but neither the State law
nor the appropria ions made to secure
the enforct mant of its provisions are
adequate to the eme'gncy. Every
animal in tbe distil ery etables and
every one which bat bean upon the
afl'ectrd commons of Chicago thould
be Bummaiily seized, condemned and
slaughtered. The experience of he
world wit'.i this plague teaches us that
t':ere is no other curee which can bo
rel ed upon to cecuie the extermina
tion of the contugion. Unfortu
nately, it b only too plain that such a
measure canr.ot be carried outand
that it will not be attempted without
tdJitional legklaton. Dnrirg the
time which must elapse bef jte decisive
and T g .roiiB action can be taken,
public apathy will havj largely sn -needed
tint intense iotereat which has
baen manifested in this outbreak of
d;Baee; the doubt and suspicion
which the cattle dealers have indus
triously labored to conceal in regard
to the naiuie of the diceass will have
grown to larger proportions by con
s ant repetitions the 'interests elite ed
will bavu time to orgnnize their oppo
sition; the contagion will havebecume
meore deeply rooted ; the taik of erad
ic ition will probably have increased ia
magnitude. These facts should be
borue in mind and should serve,
to maintain the interest of everyone
comerned in fha fate of the twelve
hundred millions wotth of cattle now
owned in the United States; of eveiy
one who values a beet supply which
comes from dttle uncontaminated
with disease; of every one who rea!
izathe hard -hips and misery which
would ba ontailtd by a diminished
fojd supply euah as would follow a
general diuteminalion of this disease:
and lioally of every one who sees the
importance to ua es a nation ol main
taining our exp-rt trade in live cattle,
O'.d in fresh, a-ilted and canned beef.
With contattious nleuro-pneumonia
prevalent in the vicinity of Chicago
the great live stock center of the
country, from which cattle are con
s'antly moving in all directions it
may be truly eaid that the cattle in
dustry of this country has reachrd a
crisis. Jt may still be rercued from
this scourge if Congres', at the coming
session, can be made to realize tbe ne
ctssitiesot the situation.
The most wonderful Pain-Curer tho world has ever
known. Its cllects arc instantaneous.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
loots and Slioes
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V-X oomiMO'B man vrr, cuiuiripinv not on v the heat unit flna.t hut i nlu in. ar ..,
diuin, darHble anil uyiiih irodn, which wa oner at low Cguree.
TO TH K TK4UK e offor iaoial Inducement. Carrytr inot of onr coeda In
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AND DEALERS IS
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I7. 124 Jefferson Street Memphis, Tennessel
What Mot. clvabjr Hnyt.
CnicAoo, III, October 25. Gov.
OiUsby said, in rtfe-ence t- the
pleuro pneumonia troubles here, that
the ma'tar was still in the hands of
Ihe Federal Givernraent and the State
CominiPBinnera and wbb as yet in such
an unsettled condition that do one
could sifely nay what the outcome
would lift, "its a miehtv dplicntu
bininess," (aid tbo Governor. "Twelve
nf the quarantined caitle at the
riiu'nir Dittillpry wfre slRUhtnred
tody. The 8tate Ve'.erinarian held
pint mortem end prononnctd the ani
mals soiinu. ne gave lue owners per
mifsion to placo tho meat on the
market. T' morrow probably fifty
head at the l'liijnix Distillery will be
killed. The doctors found two deid
enws in tbe Chicago Distillery loiiay.
Uotn dicu irom pieuro pneumonia."
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arAll kin.li of Ulna Keimlred. Specie
UiKCount to the Xrade.t
H9I Mil o:l front M., Nrmiilila, Teal
LIVERHORE MtL'WDKY AND WACHSNE COWPAiY.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DK!T, lM.o 174 A.lams;St.( McmpUl
IKON & RAILWAY KUPl'LY DKl'T, 22(; and 2'.'S Second Nr.
tSucvamoni lu Ihi loimrtment to JOHN MANOUHK.)
rrwrltn n lor Infrrmatlon on ANV THIM4 in mthorllnw
1NDKKW 8TKWAET, New Orlaac. AWDRKW I). OWT8NK MmrpMi
STEWART, mm. I CO..
HO. SS AND SSS l aONT 8TKCCT, LEMriTlfl, TE3mm
COTTON FA(Tr(JK8 AND COMMISSION SERC1IANT8,
HKW OlSr VIN. MHTrNIAMA."
S it'..' K:tftryi;t-H'--'?
V 15 ATT IIV0.
Manulaoturer'a Atenta for
1iiiiIcI 1'rntt C-oltou Olnn,
FEKDERS AND CONDENSERS,
SSI1LEY, fiMITII at CO.,
Prntl llaft llnilor Ulatai, Feaxl
rra anil Win Hrnnlrerc,
8 to 101 Toplur St., MeuipkU.
arl'ratt RTolTin(-I1ead Olna nno
qualed. Htoek now complete. Prtoet
reduned. Correaitondonoa ana order
;olioitod. Old Ulna Unpaired in Klrat-
laatird . All work iiaaranteed.
t, T. fAltAIOK.
o. o. imr.
R. A. PAMIR.
at U WHIM
J, T, FARGASd & CO.
?ffic!esa!o Grocers & Cotfon Factory
ICS Front Street, Mexnjtlils, Ten.
OalUi eoDiliiad to will hat car airafal attention. We tarry at all Vati wa.ll-
aalaeted atook ot
Stxplis & Fancy Grccerios, Winss, Liqusrsjobicei & Cljirr
will nH f .w lb Inwf.l
IV. T ItOlVUICI
N. lMtOU l)ltr,
81 and StS IS ad Imp t Mt., ; Bgealila. 'gVn.
A. V AOO ARO &
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
No. 278 AND 280 FKOJTT STREET. WBUFinX.
Late J. T. Lal'rada A Co
Lnto with J. T. Lal'ritda A Co
LaPRAOE, RflcGnA mmm
No. 501 Front street, : Memphis, Tcnu.
i i - w.m m nvsc Ha nu n m ,.;.. ; n
m f.Ht ea wis kt h n ii w b-
iW 9 B 4
Cotton Factors, Wholcsate Grocers,
Jim. 11 Union Htreet. t ; iTJemfa. Taan.
Cotton Factors & Commission fferch'.s,
No. 280 FltCHT STIlESr, 'ZrJXpS, TENW.
otloii Wurebonnr-Noai 8S nl 00 I'nlon .lrl.
JOHN Ii. MoCIiELLAN.