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TIESDAY, t t NOV. 2. 1886.
AT TI1K CHICAGO STOCK YARDS
I OR GOVERNOR,
ROBERT h. TAYLOR, of Washiniton.
JAMES l'llELAN, of Shelbjr.
To Become General If the Demandi
Hade Are Not at Once Com
LKGISIA TIVE 7ICKE1.
HENRY J. LYNN.
J. . MONTEDOMCO.
W. R. HARRKLL.
J. W. ALLEN.
W. L. CLAPP.
K. A. ODLUM.
The basin fs is band tcdty it to
Tote lor the 8' riiifht ticket and to work
for it. No rpel ia necfBsary to tke
trne and reliable Democrat, wbo,(rom
8 o'clock (lis niornlrn to 4 o'clock
this, evening, nil! faithfully perform
their dn'y. But to those stay al
have Democrats tLo cloee their
buiinets houofs end fail t3 rote '
less an election involving their pe
cuniary interest is pending, we would
say that jou are deeply interested in
this contest. Republican triumph tc
day will ktrcrglhin them in future
county election?, give them renewed
confidence and make it diflicult to do
feat them two years hence. Unless
I)einoc;at turn out end vote today
the Republicans will elect Z;ch Taylor
toCcngnw and their entire legis
lative ticket. The Democrats know
this as well as we do. To avert suib
a ca'amity every IVrxocrat within the
corporate limits of Memphis should
let no ccnBideration interfero with hi
duty to vote. Tie taek will not occu
py ton minutes, and be certainly
ought to give this much time to the
support of the Dcmoriatic ticket
which , In eveiy comparison that may
be made, leaving partiesnsbip out of
lew, is vastly superior to the Ropub
lican ticket. No Democrat can afTjid
Id b: indifferent todoy. Unlets every
Democrat wtcs our ticket will bs !S'
Rloriopsly defoated and the Republic
ans will cany Shelby county, which
elected the Democrats ticket
by a majority of nearly 6000
three months .ego, and the
enemy will be given new backbone
in future county elections. This dan
ger can be evei ted today and success
aeenred if every Democrat will do his
duty. But it will not do for anyoce
to conclude that bis vote will not be
needed, and therefore he will not put
himself to the trouble of going to the
polls. Great will be the shame and
remorse of those Democrats if
they ehoald discover on tomorrow
morning that the defeat of the party
ticket was causod by their failure to
vote. And uch a thing is not im
probable, as elections are often de
cided by a few votes. IM every
Democrat sro that no such responsi
bility rests on his should ore.
HE BEEF MLVS SI HIKE
Chicago. III., Novfmber 1. Ths
threatened s rke among; the beef
men at the itock yatdu wai com
menced this morning, and neary UOJO
men are now out from tbe slaughter
bouses of O. F. 8 wife A Co. aud Kelson
Morris. Tue trouble ia over the
adoption cf the ten hour system, the
men reiuairgio wo'ime two
hou'S without addi'.ional pay. Ia
these two houses there are no hogs
killed, and the employes ssy they
cannot accept the ten tiour sjstein.
Each ol the tirms employ about aww
men, and at present many of these are
congregated about tue eiretia ami nn
the corners near tbe b: houses, but
there is as yet no indication of any
trouble. There is nn indication tlint
the police willbecalitd upon to pio
tct lbs two houses, but it is vtt too
early to determine tlm intention cf the
. C 11 n '..I ... 1. A. .nllMri
IWO urriitt. nfc u v uiul. cvtiviuifft
turthtr particulars Lom i tie bicci
virus BUike are to me eu.'ci m:hv
Swift's mou sent a commuiiiction to
the Ai'pial today says, that 1 was
trying to fetfal a scat in Congress from
tti mgro wno was eincieu.
For tfci Kr0'B lud'gnity offered to
me and for other reaeons which I
have (riven on the itump ioMi'sis
fippl I levered my connectirn with
the Democratic parly and allied my
self with tLe Greenback' and Re
publican?. I preferred to ally myelf
with a party I had denounced for
their past sins rather than remain
with a party tco cowardly ti s'and by
laws it hid enacted and which (oupht
to throw odium nn me f or a-kirg the
enfo'Cfmer.t of these 'as.
If there is treason in tb'.s make the
most of it. Respctfully,
JAS. K. CHALMERS.
BRAVE MICHAEL DAYIiT
NOVEMBER 2, 1886.
A -VISIT TO 8T. PAUL
PROVED IX HEAL I'll.
What lie Has Found of an Improved
Public Sentiment ia tbe
FRENCH 10PJJ3 J UBILANT
And Ihe HaanllMal Ovallon aud
Pageant That AllenoXI (tie n
vtilllaE of tbe Ntalar.
THE III NININN MITDATION.
The general business a couutsnre
still of a cheering character, but there
have been checks that have lightened
the amount of transactions in some
caaes. The lata lingering of warm
weather has dnlayod tho call for win
ter goods, bat the "cald wave" that
has visited us this week will probably
bring increased sctlvity. In some
lines holders of merchandise have de
manded higher figures Imprudently
Business is increasing but tbe recent
depression has left a high degree of
caution at work and the tone of the
markets is too sensitive not to shrink
from prematui e advance;. The clear
lug house returns on our buMneee
nuieaealn show a decrease at New
York, si compared with thecorre
ponding week in 1885, of 10.3 per
cent; the entire total shows a decrease
of 6.3 per cant; leaving out New
"York, the country generally shows
an Increase of 7.1 per cent. This in
crease is lees than baa been usual of
late, but the reason for It shows that
the smaller increase by no meauB in
dicates a business decrease. This will
be evident to the reader when it is re
membered that at this time of the
year the Impulse of reviving trade was
making iUslf Mt, and clearing house
repsrls wers beginning to show more
favorable 6gures. The comparison
with last year is therefor not now
against full depression but against ra
viving influences. Of ths thirty clear
Ing house" repsrling, eight show de
crease is compared with lmt year on the
corresponding week; among them, be
aides New York, ire 8t. Louis, 1.7 per
cent decreass; New Orleans, 20 8
UAlveeton, Su.Z; toe o'.hets are
nnder 10 per cent, decrease
Oat telegraph colnmns contain bust
nets reports from the East aud from
ths foraign bourses that give a full
review of the situation. Silver in
London quotes 45, d an ounce, which
makes the f ilver in our dollar worth
79.475 cents, quite an advance from
few weeks ago, but a precarious ad
vance. Tbe Jiewiork Jndvaiar re
ports that considerable gold isarrlvln
in email quantities, of which little or
nothing ia laid. The tame authority
lays: "Tennessee (Jcal and Iron stock
is still among the Blocks saliing f r
much li) s tiau they are rda.ly worth
Buy it. The KastTennessf eswaiiinr
the lifts tff 'rii g the b'pg st indue
meats ti purUm.cj.-3. Ti tbCS'Kiiritu
are very cheap, and the incnsevl
earnings of the road ao mating ti e
.more valuable every day,"
him on Saturday and inus'.ed on imv
in ii an increase of 60 cents per day
ehould the II rm return to the ten I our
system, and this was agreed ti. This
mornii K when the heel bu rners wont
to worn they f tmi that Foreman
Welder, of 8ift'fl, had dis'ha'fied
Jnuies Matthewson, one of the com
mitteemen. They a.so lonud that inn
wai.en ot tholaboiera had not hi en
increased, and so they struck. They
insibt now on having Mattliewaon re
instated and aluo a re'urn to the e ght
On luaiing that Swift's men were
rut tho beef butchers employed by
Neleon Mi.rris went nut. A ciowd
went down to rimiih's machine thop
and compelled the men tiioru U
strike. Altor th's they wont to Ar
mour's for tt.e u ( peso of calling his
nieu out, but this movement was an
th ipstod by the firm, who got a force
of police t- jiuard the principal en
trance, and the crowd wai ke, t oway.
The strikers arranged to hold a m sit
in ir (iurinn the day. A member of
the Kxecutive Committee told a re
poiUir that unleia the two firms gave
In a'l the employes in the yards
would be called out.
It tween L'CO ami BOO men in Libhy,
McNeill & Lihby's csnuing eslabllsii'
ment also went out. The rea'on at
letted was that Morris's egtabl shment
carllv bu plied tbe firm witn beet. A
meeiirgof the i-triken was held late
this afternoon. None except Ku'ghts
of Labor were admitted. Fully 1000
non-union strikers congroKa'ed on the
bu'side anxiously awaiting ths action
of the Kn'ghta. Sevsral speeches weie
mado ind wild applause greetad efory
reference to the eight hoar day. A
motion to make no compromise on
nythlng ehort of eight hours was car
lied by a unanimous vote. A com
mittee was appointed tQ t?kecbBr;
of the H' ike and given full power to
act. A Knight of L'.bor ex
plained tonight that the men
pad neon ouoieu mo rciuemvo
mont of the dischargnd men,
hut wou'd now ho'd out for a return
to the eight hour system by all the
beef housee. IJo said the propnetors
would be given until Bturi!ay to de
cide v.ht they would di, ai.il if they
persieted in running ton houre, e gi n
ral strike won d nrobahlv bs oril-red,
which would Include Nwlfi's, Morris's
and a'so Armours Klmffetiter hoiists.
rrobable Nnllrii-try Hrlllrnirnl
Shamokin. Pa., November J. The
utriltR which wai to have been inau
snrnted today will most I ke'y he ad
ustcxl. The r.xc)'81',r uoai uompany
has rgrecd to ray i'iiiiDd )iiiia ana
Readme prices. Hi" Union Uoat
Oomuany has esked for arbitration,
and tho Mineral Company hold the
matter under cinnderat on. ine oui
look points toward a entiaf.titory set
Nkw Yobk. November 1. The Cou
rier den IClati Unit this morning pub
linhcB the following special from I'aiis
For the last thieo da; s Parii has bsen
not in Franee but in America. All
eves have been turned toward New
York it is itiiiicu'.t ta derctiDe wnu
what oautrnesi the 1-ronch people
wa ted for news 1 1 ihe lnauituration 1
Ihe S;atuo of Llb(r:y. They fairly
devoured the Murrains as they ar
rived, and all tho papers published
end commented on them. M. Floquet,
President of theChambtrof 1 pu ies,
received dlspatchis from M. hpuller
and I) anions, the repreentativcB of
ttio Ohember in New York, who were
delighted With the reception accorded
them by the Ameiican committee, ty
the ui horUies and by the people,
llira Is Hie Inngu'L'o in which the
delegaUs iufarmed al. Flrqu"r of the
inauguration cererronies: " T the
Prebident of the Uhamlr ol Uapn
ties: The Htuue of Liberty was un
ui'veihd today ffith iuiiiesing sol
emnities in the presence ot the
PreBideiit of the United r-titee, the
French delegation and an lmmen?e
concouree of fp:ctntois. Tbe crc
mony was ma le the occasion of a
warm and fervent demonstration in
favor of Republican 1- ranee.
It Is regarded here that the honor
paid to the eta'ne and to Itartholdi is
au honor paid to the Freceh Repub
lic. This leelirg does not arise from
national vanity; it is the old ra'lonal
sympathy uniting vent anew, t tench
men think of the piet and think cf
the future, and they reioioe over the
new era of fiiendehip which 1iib
onered befoie the two nations which
have bo many le sons for giod will
toward each other and so few for
standing aloof. This sentiment finds
expres.-ion on all sidn. The details
of the celebration are awaited with
impatience, but enough is known
alrtndv to justify the enthusiasm
which all Frenchmen manifest over
Tbe English are furious over this
International episode. France laughed
at their fury, wirch does not in the
)est in'erfdie with the general satis
TWO IUILUiiAD ACCIDENTS
That Poimeaa Hrutarkably Similar
?r. Paul, Minh. October 31.
Michael Davitt, the Irish agitator, ar
rived here yesterday. To a I'ione.r-
PreM reporter he said: bines the
Chicago convention my beilth has
failen and 1 went up into Northern
Michicaa to get the beniht of the
colder climate and was greatly bene
fited. From there I went to Califor
nia, the Northwest Territories, Colo
rado, Nebraska and here, s opping at
vanons ciues man la'inng on iu jr.m
question. At Omaha I received a ca
blegram trom mends m ine move
ment in Ire'and, asking my immediate
reta-n, but I cabled toifay from St.
Paul that I d-jeired to remain in the
United S'ates and Canada until the
engagements I have made are fulfilled,
end that, unless tbe eve is very urg
ent, 1 will not return immedia'ely. I
am anxious to go toCmada to refute
the statements about Mr. 1'arceH ar.d
mysell mado ty emiraries of the Loyal
Mr. Davitt spok to an audience of
20U0 at Market Hall this afternoon.
He eaid be had found nn his trip a re
markable growth of sympathy with
the Irish movement eincs be was in
Anieiitaeittht yeaisan. Mr. Parnell s
nggreestve but dignified pol.cy was the
beet wy ot coudnctinn t"e movf mnnr.
Parneil's fijht at WVatminster has
made it impo sib'e for Knirlish partifs
to govern Ireland. His object in this
countiy was to convince hie own
countrymen that their tight to gain
home rule was correct f.nd to deepen
the sympathy of the Auercan people
in tbe m:vemor.t lie ttien outlined
the pla 'S of tho Nail nal League for
the govt rmnoiit anl nuimaie im
provement tf Ireland when it comes
into power, eesrrting that they would
be acptahle alike lo Iriuh Prote tanti
ar.d La li oil ce. lie charged mat tne
Relfwt riots were o'giri.id by Lord
Churchill to convince the world that
the Irish Proteatanis would forcibly
resiet Irith heme ra'e. Mr. Davitt
addrefgjd another large audience at
Byrnes's staff of detectives today re
ceived warrants from the District At
torney's office for the arrest of a large
r.umb: r of men for illerral regiitra'lon.
Tbey will be arretted tomorrow when
they present themselves at the poll.
An investigation made at the instance
of the D strict Attorney showed that
thera were many instances of coloni-
ution of votere, principal'y in the
lower wards of the c ty. Ail sirts of
names were aFsumed by the offenders,
such as "R. M. Cum and "J. R. Bus
JIttriCK OIIUAV Ml'RDEBED
BY VXKNOWM PA It TIES
At Ihe Door )f Hl Dwrlllas Near
- Unrmanloaa lo Ar-
STEAM AXD II 1M PIMPS,
STEA3I nrTIXGS AXD PltE,
INSPIRATORS, JET PIPS,
BELTIXG AXIiS PACKIXG,
A FINE LINE OY LltEECH & 31 L'ZZ LE-L0ADING
ORGILL BROTHERS & CO.
W. A. SMITH, Proprietor.
AIX OF THE BtJILlilSHS CROWD.
WITH SCHOL IBS.
All Indleationa Polullac to at Proa-
peruua Seaalon Mew Method
Justice John L. Graham, co'ored,
was foully as'asinatid last Saturday
night about 7 o clock, at his home,
The Justice bad just finished laying
a hearth, and a ked his wife to ho'.d
the lamp at the door so that he could 1
see how to get to the woodpile and
gather Borne chips, with which be pro
posed to build a hra and test his work.
tie etaited out and had barely reached
the lecond step hading down from
the porch when a shot rang out from
the garden a vara or two away, ana
Jus ice Graham f e 1 forward on
h's lc?, mortally wounded. Th
weapon used by the a s -Hfin was a
shotgun loaded with buckshot. One
o! the shot ('truck Giahtm in the cen
ter of the forebe:d, another entered
hie right ee, and two others entered
the right temple, lie lingered until
last Dight, when he died iu great ag
nuy. The identity of the asaasin is
wrapped iu my tery. Mr?. Graham
saw a man jump from the garden into
the road and run away as scon aa the
Shot was tint!, but could rot distin
guish his feature in tbe dim light of
tbe lamp r-be ntlil in ner lianu. Gra
in in was not Known to uavean enemy
who woold have taken tuch vengeance,
tliouub he bau in bis magisterial ca
pacity ofl'ticded people, is all public
oilkials are .uble to do. The victim
was elected a member of the County
Court in 1882, and had two yeers to
seive. He wn a Kspubiicao, but was
well liked by the white people. He
was cot popular with his own race i n
account of the severity with which he
used them when they were put on
trial befoie turn for email offences. It
is the general impression that tbe
murderer wR some one who bad
been embit ered against him on this
k-il ilY X:,
AVERT GIN CO.
W. A. Siultli7 Pat. Separator.
Eagle Eclipse Hnller (iins,
Plain 10-Incb Gin, and
aerrncHii ariitntRii press.
JUrZZJfrfiS ear All Made ef Olm Repaired. Bpocial
-k-'v S91 and 893 front St., Memplila, Tenia
UW ABB FLAHiaO-KILX, HATT-TAJtU,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Melding, LnmL'Cj
Ltb and Shingles Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar rKt& "
... n ii issai
, PATTES0N .
JNO. S. T00F.
E. h. McGOWAN,
The Hlnrra Will Nlrlke.
Hiiawokin, 1a., November 1. The
''.xecutive Commutie of the Miners
and Ltfboreis Aeaociution, held a masa
meetirgof miners this alternoon, at
which eight hundred men were pres
ent. The entire b )dy fivored a b rike
r advance In wages asked for, and
the meeting agree 1 to stop work
throughout the region on Monday,
and then d clde the mattor finally.
The miners chini the coal companies
ire dodging tho queet:en, and have
baa ample time to render tneir uecis
ion. Tney will now force the Issue.
Tbe Ntrlhlna Miner Will Probably
Ul an Advauea.
Piiamokin, Pa., November 1. The
striking miners had a mass meeting
here this evoning and decided to re
sume wo; k. The oilleials ot the cotl
comnanies have prjmieed on advance
if they find upon an examination of
the bosks that their Duainess war.
A Sugar RtHnary Nhnta Dawn.
8t. L' vis. Mo.. October SI. The 8t.
Lioia 8agar Refinery, the largest in
the West, shut down lait night and
discharged about 1-5 ot their em
ployes. Tbe cause of the oloBlng is
said to bs the (Bine as recently com
pelled the shutting down ot eeveral
Eastern red ner Us, inability to compote
with Sandwich iBlaud raw suaar,
which is admitted into ihe country
free of import duty. The refinery is
not clcsfU permanent y, but will start
up ajiin siould it provo that the new
ciop of Louhlana raw sugar can be
purchased at prices which will yield a
prvtit f jr refining.
roRTLANi). Oita , November 1. The
westbound extra frekht on the Ore-
fon rallioad ran into a rock near Al-
kaiiah at six o'eioeK in is morning.
Tho ennine and uttoen cars were de.
railed and ruled un in a heap. L. Sil-
va, the fireman, whs instuntly killed;
1. r. Jiiiike, neau nraieman, leg
tuoken and Bcalileii, died from in
itiriet: Kncineer Sim Tucker, lr iurod,
not fatally. Tho wreck was cleared in
a few hours and tiaine are running on
The OcMomWi Corvallis special
gives the particulars of an accident
similar to the aoovn on ineurrgou
I'acillc road at 1 o'clock this morn
ing. The wrecking trnln which
start. d from Crrvallis to clear the
track of the freight cars which had
been ilereiled ran into a rock I'ide,
Instantly killing John Oiodiicb, fire
man, and fata'ly Injuring Speelmao, a
brakeman. Engineer Hibinnon had
bis leg broken. A heavy frg pre
vailed and the train was running slow.
Tbe nublic schoo's are already fu'l
to overflowing, and frtsh applictions
for adm'ssion are daily maue. mere
are no seats left in any of tho buiid
Inos. excent at the coLred school
house on Uroadway. ine attenannce
the e is much greater than it has been
and it is liketv alt the now Vacant
space will be tully occupied witbin the
next tbiriy days. At MarKet street
!at week many ol ihe scholars
were obliged to fit in tbe
windows and on the edge cf the plat
form, several standing up. Two d; zsn
chairs were sent out by the superin
tendent, and it is likely that more will
have to be provided beioie the ceats
and desks, ordered some lime Bince,
airive. The teache s are ail working
in harmony and . Superintendent
Collier is very much pleassd with
th progress st (ar made and
with the indications for the fu
ture. They all point to the most
prosperous session the public schools
of Memphis have ever known. The
djasalleition amrngihe colored teich
erj, a few of whom were disposed to
be unruly last year, Lai been avoid; d
this session by an allotment which
gives general satififaction. bpeciai
na ns are being taken w.tn Drginners
this season, the teachers in charge of
the infant classes having been tested
by years of experlencs.
A (JAMBL1SU SUIT
On Trial lleforo JuUft Kales of the
4 Irruit touri.
Card of Rvn'anallon rrona
To the Edltoriol tha Appeal;
8abi, Mies., Oct.ber 301 was
stomehed lo tee sn editorial in your
piper of today Irotn which I clip tbe
Rut in IK'2 Chrilninri w defonteil for Con-
frvKK, and bcau th lflmnrrHtlo miOority
n Connr.M, Inllu.iiori y tha lriio.lo
gueno o W. R. Moore, who, '1 ths mm
of tho eivillKlton ol th ntn.toonth on
turr," prntoitctl mulnil u.-h fraud tnkina
a aat: wa nay because Ihe b.iunoraiio iiarty
would not live him the teat bo luuiht to
teal Iroin the nesro who wa( yleotou, he
even hit loriuer rrlatlnni to the Demoor.te
and alliee ktinielf with the .arty and the
net he denounced aa tuhben and plunder
ore. But I shall not regret the publica
tion of tliia oft reppRtul Blunder if the
A I'I'kal will give me ej a e for a hrivi
reply. The truth ii this. A Demo
cratic Lesila'tire iu iVi s'.FHippi had
Ini'ted a rt ingent tnlli.t law and a
)eniociaiic S upreme U.niit in Mitsis
e'ppi rendcied a d. c atou on this law
which a'. owed that I was e't eted at d
l' at "the n gr ," as y. u cull him. w.m
n it In a kmg to: ill t seat I w:ta
siu-.p'.y asknu for th ei.f reemeiil of
t'.o las i f Mies ia pp; a e-x , outi led
l.y the bigheat tibuiial iu tt.e Mate.
And yet tho 1 t'nr erj'H iu 0.t'gri f-s
! reat-it w a) if they believed what
Indon, Noveaibr 1. Lord llart
Ington has postponed his visit to India.
l'gi th, November 1. Tho Ilungai inn
budget shows a deficit of (HHi.OOO
Viinna, November 1. Dr. Victor
Tierer, profersorof physics at Vienna
University, is dead.
Odessa, November 1. Three pi
tients who were dismissed as cured
bv Dr. Oamela, late as istaut of
M. Tastener, have eince died with hy
Constamtinoi'LI, November 1. The
Pullan bas sent a Bpecial envoy to
France to present to Mine tie Frey
ciner, tbe wife ol the Prime Minister,
tbe lntignia of the Chelaka order.
London, Novembor 1. In the elec
tion for lord rector of Edinburgh Uti
versity today the Earl tf Iddesleigh
wai chosen, lie received 1004 votes,
ard the IU. Hon. Sir Lyon Play fair
Berlin, October 31. Ministers Von
Gossler, Von Boettlcher and May
bach and the chief municipal author
ities of this city closed the Jubilee
Ait Exhibition today with cheers for
London. November 1. The flood in
Northern Daly bas carried away the
woiks connected with a new bridge at
Caeal. The engineer and five men
were drowned. Other dira;teis are
feared ia the (boded districts.
Valparaiso, October 31, vil Gal
veston. Harah Bernhardt will per
l.iim in the Victoria Theater here to
nisht and tomorrow nieht. On
Wednesday aud Tnimday evenings
she will appear in Santiago, and on
Friday she will proceed to Tales,
whence she will go to Iqiroue No.
Fine Watches at Mulford's.
Oleoraariatlaa Tat Uoaa lata
VAniNxoN, November 1. The
law taxing oleomargarine went into
opr ration today. . K a ports received by
Cotnmleeioner Miller show that all
claeeea of mannfacttireis and dealers,
inc'uiiirg the letail men, propose to
meet the tax and continuein tue tjuu
tiold Tens atMnlfordV.
AVAf niMiTiiN, November 1. The
d 'crente in the public de' t during the
inrmth f O.tihir we about fKf.lOO
liX). Ttio ottic al e'a'enit ut of the
debt v. ill not be ifsmid until Into thi
Iuiliol Kings hi Mnlford'f.
ml f 13.Mil;iT T I W 1, f.
which BDneared oa the calendar of
the t'iicuit Court yesterday, hss get
into an amus'ng lang'e. It appears
that F. J. Bartlifl re III d Ins horae and
buggy some time ago at so much a
chance, and it was won by August
Holthofor and A. Knpterschmidt.
Thev made a demand tor the pr'i', and
to their astonishment, so they declare,
Baitlifl declined to telinquieh it. A
suit was the result. The point was
raised in the Circuit Court, however,
that tha rattle was a gambling trans.
action, and that suit could not be tus
tained. This view was held by the
Circuit Judge, who declined to give
Holthofer and Kupferschmidt poj-
less'on of the buggy won by a throw
Under the law. anyone who brings
suit to recover articles won in gsmbling
may be saed for 1 100, ha't ot which
mount, tt recovereo, goes to toe pros
ecntor. the other half to the Rate,
Not content with havtne beaten noic-
hofer and Kup'erschmidt out of the
horae and bu.gy, Bartliff promptly
entered suit against them for $100
under the law cued, and the ena is
not yet. The affair having reached the
nara of Attorney General Peters he
declares bis intention to prosecute the
trio for gambling, pure and simple
An Bttort wai miue oy uarum yewer
ilav to withdraw his euit for the $100,
but when Judge Erics learned that
$50 went to the State he ordered the
Attorney General to prosecute.
Canara a Monntaln lo Arlae In
Lake 1SOOO I'rrt Dprp.
"Crnsy Patch" at tba Tbaater.
Miss Kate Cast'eton reappeared be
fore a Memphis audience lait night
and added to the favorable impressicn
she made laet year. Her company is
bettor than it ever was. and is. en
riched by the prominence of at least
three new and cou.ely faces, whose
owners have veiy pleasing voices
M as Cast'eton herself ie as piquant as
ever and richly merited the frequent
encorei that rewarded, tier singing and
tine nai a very talcing way aooui
( r. Disi egtrding every ru e laiu
own for the regulation of actmsaa in
whatever role, she manages to get
right djwn into the hearts of her
auditors. She wai warmly greeted
when she app and la it night bitore
ae of the large.-1 houses ol the season,
and thougi ihe eaid, did and sang
no hing entit'ingher to the slightest
critical praise, tture was not a
man, woman or baldhail in the
bouse who failed to respond
heartily whenever there was tbe least
excuse for applause. Eldie Girard
made a bit as the "Policeman," and
tbe "Maniac" of Mr. Gilbert, though
not aa eood as t was last year, brought
him plenty of app'ause. Of Crazy
Patch a? a whole, it may be taid that
it is funny.
Bi'ton Herald. July 10 h: John B.
Doris's circus showed in Chelsea last
evening to a very large audience,
which expreessd sa'.iBiacuon witn me
performances. The riding of Mies
Katie 8'okes and of Mr. James Rob
inson was paiticnlarly good, and elic
ited warm applause, i ne general ver
dict seemed to be that the show was
complete in every department, aid
that the manager kept to the letter an
his promises to the rublic. Doris's
circus is coming to Memphison No
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
And Dealers In LeTee and Railroad Supplies,
No. S74 Front Street Memphis. Tennessee.
AND TRUST COMPANY
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H?ihw BFNKFRT SOL COLFMAN, EWD. GOLDHMITH.I
JAME6 Fb.OB3o&. WM. RATZBSBEKflER, UAKDvVW JPERE8.
s-DpoiU reoiTcl in inmi ol 1 and npward, and lntoret allow.d on tame Beml-
annuaiiri T . , - . e-ut.. n ai. ant al
.. . i i t t i TfA.ja mvA v.nvitta arAnnraiiT. nnv iaxon. kci
arVenieae dra(t, in iud-.k to 8nit pnrohaaera, on all partu of Earope. ..t .
1-Webavaooiuu.oaious Vault for the dopoiit ot valuablai, which il at tte tervtcs 1
Ann .Tiiinm.,,. Vriw of (Jhnrure.
1). P. UAODSLN, rrCBldent. EWI. GOLKHMITH, Tlce-PreBldsut.
.UMFS WATHAN. Tanelpr.
Diamonds at Mnlford's.
Silver Coin Statement.
WisniNOTON. November 1. Tbe ie-
(ue of standard silver dollars from tbe
minta during tha week eitiing Octo
ber 3'Jth, was $880,085; lor tbe eame
week lest year, S774.40U. ine enip
mentsof fractional silver coin during
the month ef October amounted to
Diamond Watches, Mnlferd'a.
Tha Hiatus of l.lbxrtr LlabU tb
November 1. The
Pt.tue of Liberty was lighted for the
flrai f ma tnmffht. and tne nreworaa
" . .
which were intended lor use in ina
of the unveiline were let off.
Fine Jewelry at Mulfoid's.
A Si'ecifio for all disa?cn po-
nnltar to women, such ils rain'
fill, hunnresaeo. or Irregular
Memtraation, Leucorrhcra, or
If tnkon durinf tho CHANGE
OF LIFE, ureal suffering and
danger will be avoided.
Send for oar book. "Meiiftfe U Wotn,"
mailod fro e.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO,.
A book of 100 pages.
iser to eon -
inoed or otherwise,
t contains lists of
newspapers and estimates o- the cost ol ai
Tertiaing. The ad7ertiser who wan ts to spend
one dollar, finds in it tho information h re
quire, while for him who will Invest one
hundred thousand dollars in aayertising, a
iehenie ii indicated whioh will meet his
avory req'jirament, or eau be Eitiao to do o
hr alight ohantros easily arrived at by corre
nr.iidenee. One hundred and fifty-three
editions have been MBueu. Druv, i
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VERTISIN9 BURKAlT.tn Bproooit. (Print
Tte Hons Nnnar1. iew inrw
Of Interest to Ladies
IT will be money saved to any lady on
templatiog the purohase of a Sewing-Me-obine
in the next ninety days tncjll nod get
prices of tne Light-Running "H?"
and see their la'est improveoient, the Aut
rnaHo Bobbin Winder, vrtioh places the
Naw nunc several yeara u v.
machine now in the market.
New Home Sewlnc-fflaclilne u., ,
4 Worm mrt SHrt.
Ram Fbancisco. Cai.. November
A Uttnr Dtibliabed in this evening'
Jtuiitiin tinder the t a'e of Onia, Outo
bar 15th, Bays authentic news baa
reached Lamoa that on tne morning
ot September 10th over 100 heavy
earthquakes occurred on the island of
Ninonpa, one of the Tonga group, and
that from the bottom of a lake, which
bad a depth of 2000 feet, a mountain
has arispn to the hight of
800 feet above its surface; aire- ttat
the mountain had butet out in flnmea,
and thrown out stonee and sand in
such quantities aa to destroy two
thirds cf the cocoannt trees on the
island. In eamoe they are having
slight ehocks of earthquake bo fr
quent'y now that they are no longer
noticed by Ibe repidynta.
Chablihton, S. C, November 1.
There wee another shock of rthJ
quake at Stimmerville t 8:23 o clonk
this moruing, but notBeveie. All is
quiet hero. The Fprinsr. discovered m
the ciis'0'.u hcuJ yaid yesUrday
provfs to have bo?u caustd by a break
in a wa'er pir.c.
To lie milml Tod for Illraol KeeT
lairmlon. Nkw York, Novembsr 1. Inepector
Two Tramps Hilled While SteallBK
Louibtillr, Kv., November 1. Two
unknown men, evidently tramps.were
r.in over and killed this morning
thirty five miles this side of Cincin
no'! nn thn I.nninville and Nashville
Short Line, by the east bound freight
train. The men wer riding on the
dned Inn. when the train broke in
Left on the front tection they
attempted to jump off and were run
over by the rear section and instantly
Solid Silver at Mulford's.
To the VICTOR
Pr-tmirnt in mty higher quality. lh
HANAN SHOE h bteom Ihe recnjrv7d tndatd
lor fm vvtf among dKiimmattn gntlmon.
A Man with Hi-DlttM and Con lrnro
will drop pfity prtilji'dirrn rarrlely pirUd
hcn truth knit l, mi llic dtuir. ru a art invne-l
fcptry one pair if " Hamm'" .hri. Wf know
Ihe result: every man who wmii itielH-st nnd
finet artirlr in the market will become a ptfrpet
B " lUtin " nan.
1175 000 wVrlh or WhUkj nrnl.
T niTiYll.!.K. Kv.. November 1. The
Coiin'fr ,tarnol special savs: John
Thixton's distillery, near Owensboro,
burned last night. The Urge ware
pontaininir 21X00 barrels of
whtakv. was also bnrned. The esti
mated lose is $76,000. The fire was
CotHl( of Kelehaloar ro
lriHt for SlrnllssB 11 of
Bkri.in, November 1 The Relch
gtag will resume its silting on the 23d
A military ccuocil in Berlin haa
sntencsd Kogineer Iloflmsn.cf Span
dau, to nine months' imprisonment,
and Qututeruuettr Itrindmau to four
topn months' imprisonment for steal
ing place of a ior;re:-8 fjr purposes of
4unrsillne Kcmovid at 9ifW Or.
Nkw Oiukans, La., October 31.
Tho Uoard ol llenltli tiday removed
tbe quarantine against ila'rison coun
ty, i'S., except the camp grounds
DR. FRANK W.VANCE
Physician and Psychologist,
DK.VANCK has perfeeted hlmselt in psy
eholorr. and is prepsred to treat dis
aea of nerroas oritin b entiielr new
methods. His therapeutics is addressed pnn
,.,llv to the hither brain centers of spirit
..i ..tivitT. whose influence on lower tune
linns, nervous and bodily, is paramount. Al
master of the laws soTemiriR psynho-physi
cal pnenomena, ne is oonnuint mi mmii
will meet his n.ost sanguine ezptotations.
mio 27 1-2 Mntn Mrcot
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mn Introdnce !. snd obtain agents we wil
X for the net six'y days dive awaj, fn
of ohariro, in txvn etmntj in the u. o. a Km'
t l numl'erol our 4-riun l.h'i Iro itt
TntlG0 na'.liriiHi j nrtll". rrico f-K B
CositiTe and unfniline core for Nervons I)e
ilitr, Varieete, 'iniiooi, itnrotency,
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Main Office 120 Broaaway, n.
Memphis Office, 285 Main St.
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TIoN of Notes and Aooounts.
Out Attorney will send Ciru!n to all
whe will write nr mem.
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Booksellers and Stationer?,
a 18 Mvla St., Memphis, Tenn
nkw aurPLY or
Grand AUOTIOK SALE
Of Choice Belcl Iiupr-l .
At Fulon Slnak Yawle, IHnnebis,
Wednesday, Nov. 17, 1886.
(Sale Begins Promptly t W 0'oJcck.)
THISIinporU'len of Ho'stein Cattle ha
been made by OS under the ?"P!"' "i
"The North American Holstoin llerd Book
Association,- as rounciauon ' ---
Association, a. - - -ni
herds in the t3outh esteren 6tW.d ',J
braces only sufh animal, as he i y1'?1'
sires and dams the roost .superior riilK an
bntter records to be louna m r'" "
The entire imto;ttion bs been
ia tho ' North Uolland Uord Book ot Hol
land." and will also be renistored 1 in The
North American Herd Book of Amor n,
embracin 5o lloilere in Cnif bj finest J ol
land Bull" . Also, a geooral assortment of
8ne Touni Bolls, ready lor service, Hoikr
and Iiull Calves of sprinc of 1,, andrown
Cow. from 4 to 5 7rs o d. A complete cat
i. ... lnrross. (tivinc luil idisrto
an "milk and butior re.-onis ronnuctcd with
5WfKn..d t; he i:nH,r, ,'tock
YarJp.and will nrrije between too 1st and
7th nt Not-ember, where t ur-ha crs enn in
spect the same. No anitiu.l will be iif!ed
ol at private sole, but pirtics nho attend the
mv rolt uimh ci-'h animal boinR put
nn and sold Bi advertised. Wrtot cars so
run to within throe block of block aids.
ADMsON A UuN'ALDM'N, Importers.
irFor sta'ofite. or inf riuati--n HU.iroF
o" V. RAMBAbl'. Pre.'iient I'nion btvck
yirdr and i e r t il i ter Cunipuuy.