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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL---F1UDAY,
NOVEMBEK 12, 1886.
CRIHES UD CASUALTIES.
15 OLD S1ILOR BRCTALLI MCB-DERED
Bj Ciknown Persons Natural Hai
Explosion-Suicide 1 he Burning
Mines In PcnnajlTanla.
r Niw Yoik, November 11. A Ql
Veston (Tex.) rpecial iaya: A litile
over a month ago the mutilated re
maina ol Richard L,cock were lonad
loatinx in the bar, with every indica
tion that a horrible murder had been
committed, bnt owing to tbe lack ot
evidence the euppei ted individual was
cet free. Lite Tuesday another mur
der, relativelv ef tbe lime order, was
discovered ( IT Pelican Island, a small
trip of land acroea the bay from the
city. The victim in this case was one
Jim rhillips, aged about 60 years. For
tbe past twenty yean be baa been va
riously emploved on tbe bav, and lat
terly took charge of one of Musirove's
loops. Last Friday be sailed from
Galveston in the regular course of
business, lie was alone on bis little
vessel. A fisbrrman, Tuesday last,
boarded Phillips's sloop, which lay at
anchor near the shore, and dttcovered
the body of Phillips hung by the neck
in the email cabin in such a po
sition aa to preelude any theory of
uicide. A subsequent Investi
gation by Justice Shann, at
the inquest, after the sloop and
ita ghastly burden were br ugbt to
the city, leads to the conclusion that
Phillips bad been brutally murdered.
There were two hideous wounds on
hie bead, both, it it thought,
fracturing the skull. The little
cabin and deck were bespat
tered with blood, and tbe general
indications were that there bad been
a struggle and that the bleeding
corpse lia J been carried below after
tbe fatal blows bad been dealt. In
further condrmation of this, a bloody
hatchet, with which tbe wounds had
been inflicted, was found on top of
the cabin. Under the bidy was found
an advertising pl tnre card, on which
waa written: "Kiiker, you have had
all my money, and now you may have
m; life. Yonr wife fa a liar and
vnn a thief. You tent th at card." A
person familiar withPoillipa's writing
testified it was not his writing. 'Ibis
lender thread may lead to the ap
prehension of the criminal. Tbe
cue is still under Investigation.
Tate Harvard College Unit.
Boston. Mass.. November 11. The
fWnlnt' answer has been filed in
tbe United States Circuit Court in the
cans of Francis H. Brook ogainst the
nrnnlrinnt and follows of llaivard Col
lege, which is a suit to recover $50,000
damages fur Injuria to the plaintiff,
who was terribly burned last March
by the bursting of a retort containing
sulphuric ncid. Tbe answer says the
defendants aver and will prove that
(ha arriilnnt which occasioned thrt
said injuries was due solely to want of
due care on the part of the pWintifl
and to bis own negligence and disobe
dience and neglect of Instructions
carefullv siven him by competent
teachers. It was claimed by the
plaintiff that the accident was caused
bv the negligence of the professor in
The Barilla Ilium Panajl
Pirrabima, Pa., November 11. A
Mnnnt l'leaeant. Pa . special says: A
Correspond ent of the Chronicle TeUgrayh
went down into the burning coai mine
at tha Ht in.Ijrd coke works this morn
ing to get a look at the fire, and in
company with Pit Boes Dawjon went
within fifty lent of the fire, going waii t
deep in wattr ti reach it. The fire la
now confined to less than two acres,
and is merely burning on top of the
heading. On Monday next all the
fires will be out, and in two weeks the
works will lie running from the slope.
Estimates of the loss, whiiih have
been published, have been greatly ex
aggerated. It will not, according to
the statement ol the compnny and ap
pearances, foot up more than $40,000,
exclusive of loss of husinesH. The
miners have done noble and fearlcBS
work, 1200 feet under ground, and are
entitled to much credit (or the good
results so far arooiupliaht d,
Nalaral Una llluwa t'p a llonae.
Pittsbubo, Pa,. November 11. The
residence ol Roubun Bnkr,o Litrobe,
Pa., waa cmip'ololy wrecked by a
natural gas explo ion at 10 o'clock
ttiis morning. The pipes heil juit
been ennnncuni and the gas turned on
when the explosion took place. Fortu
nately none of the family were in the
bouse at the time. The lota wai
A Tout ulul hnlcldo.
Milwaukkk. Wis, November 11.
A dispatch from lteriin, Wis., stye
ltuseeli lilaokHtoiie, agd 17, youngest
en of a prominent merchant, commit
ted suicide by barging in the cellar ol
his father's gri cry. DeBpnniluncy is
supposed to have bein ihetausa.
Tha 1'oarliera Hail Ilea.
Maciuas, Ma., November 11. Cal
vin P. Uraves and James M. McKar
lans, bctd of llm.ock, Me., are with
out doubt respectively principal and
accomplice in the murder of Deputies
N ilea and Hill. Investigation eslab
lubes nnmietakeably the identity of
the men, both cf wfioni are still at
large. A biat is m'siing from a land
ing below Kllswortu snd the men may
have made their escape by water.
Officers are out in all directions in the
eaatern counties. It Is said that
Graves once murdered a man in In
' diana and his reputation is not good.
A Watchman Barnrl la a Vrlap.
Detroit, Mii'u., November 11. An
Elmore special says: The shingle
mill of Kiier & Williams, northeant of
here, was burned late lant night. The
night watchman, John Hayes, aged 2tl,
was burned to a crl-p.
Tbe Trial of lb "Hoodie" Alderaaea
lie u a.
Niw York, November 11. In obe
dience to summonses served on them
yesterday, ' Jake" Sharp, "Jim" Rich
mond, James W. Foshay and Thomas
B. Kerr appeared in the Cuurt of Gen
eral Bees one toilay, to plend to the
twenty-one indic:iuiits ngaicst them
for bribery in the Broadway rail ay
wuttir. The courtroom was well
filled with spectators and friends of
the accusod railway mognater. Mr.
Klchmond wea actompanied by Judge
Fallerton, Judge Homer A. Nelson
and Frank J. Uuplgnac, who are en
gated for bis delenee. They took
peats near the defendants' railing and
chatttd quietly. Sharp, Foahay and
Keir were accompanied by their law
yers, John H. htraliao and John 11.
Bird. Tho cases were railed, bbarp's
being first. Albert Rickm-y arise to
reprweent him, and stated that he wai
prepared to eater a pit a for his cliett,
but before doing so be desired leave
to withdraw tbe plea to be entered, and
enter another dmmrer to the indict
ment, or make a motion concerning
the case. He desired a reaeona.be
time to decide upon the steps to be
taken, District Attorney Marline
stated that the defendant bad already
bad considerable time to examine tue
. . 1
case, and in re9por.se to oecorut-r
Smyth's query, Mr. Btickney re
sponded: "lea aajs. una raw,
yonr Honor, contains more intricate
facta than oidinary ewes." Recorder
Smyth, alter some argument, gave the
defendant until Monday next to wnu-
draw tbe plea and substitute another,
but said tliat. it ll was ceaueu iu
make a motion the Dittrict Attorney
mutt be given nctice a cnnple cf days
in advance. A plea of r.ot gniity was
then ent red in behalf of Jhcod Bharp.
For Richmond Judge Jollerton en
tered a like plea, with the same stip
ulations. He said that be would prob
ably make a motion calling upon the
District Attorney to proa ties me min-
ntrs cf tbe proceedings ot me grana
jury, and would serve the District
Attorney wnn nonce eaturaay ii no
so desired. Fosbsy and Htiahan en
tered the fame plea, and John H. Bird
Ser formed a like service in toenail in
err, and after a short private con
sultation tbe defendants and their
lawyera left the courtroom.
A DfelslMa la Favar af I he Bell Tel-
cpbaaa ,; pany.
n. . n ii TV,.
opinljn of the United Stales Circuit
Court in the case of tbe government
against the American Bell Telephone
Company waa delivered mis morning
by Judge Sage. It Is very volumi
nous, and Is in favor of the American
Bell Telephone Company. Taking up
first the defendant's motion to quash
tbe return, tbe Court granted tbe mo
tion on the ground that the service,
according to the Marshal's return, bad
been made up on local corporations in
Ohio, designated in the return as
agents and partners of the defendants.
Tbe Conrt found that the locsl corpo
rations were net such agents as are
contemplated by the Ohio statute de
fining the method of obtaining service
upon loreign corporations m uiiu
Taking op then tbe plea in abatement,
which by tbe election oi me govern
ment bad been set down for argument
instead of being put In issue, and
thereby became entitled to treat
ment by court, as if its state
ments hsd all been established by
proof, the Court found that the proper
elements for giving this court jurisdic
tion namely, carrying on business in
Ohio; second, carrying nn business in
Ohio through a general agent ; and,
third, a local statute providing that
service should be made on such gen
eral or managing agent did not exist.
Tbe telephone business in Ohio is
done by local companies with lersed
instruments frr.jn the parent com
pany. There is no general or manag
ing tgont of the parent company in
Oulo. As to the claim of the govern
ment that the dealirg in a patent
made the company a domestic in the
entire territory of the United States,
coexistent with the patent, the Court
held that it could not be sustained.
The grant to a patentee is tho right to
excludo others from making or selling
his patent. Hia right to sell Is only
the common law right and Is not a
franchise from the government. The
bill wca dismissed for want of jurie
diction and without prejudice to insti
tuting suit elsewhere.
Folberlugham la In a Predicament,
8t. Louis, Mo November 11. Tbe
evidence in the express robbery cse,
so far aa made pub ic, gees to prove
that the messergar, Fotheringhsm,
was an accessory, or at least a willing
victim in the aflair. Discrepancies In
his statements to the detectives indi
cate that be kuows more of the man
ner in which the robbery was p'anned
and executed than be would like to
have them know, and an fxprers man
who Wiis before the grand jury last
Haturday stated that tne three letters
signed "Jim CuuimingB" were written
by one and the same man and ex
presses bis belief that that man was
FotheringhAin, and that he wrote
them before the C 'liimiasion of the
robbery. It now tiaiisrrires that tha
iiiHftengtr's trunk was searched soon
aftor thH robbdiy and a number of
sheets of papirwere found covered
with copies of the signature cf W.J.
Barrett, mauager of the expresa com
pany. It is supposed that the meseen
tier hf came able to Ixai this a gna-
ture, so that he might eillx it to the
orders which the robber presented,
whioli allowed him to en' or ine car,
Altogether it looks bad for the mes
Naw York. November 11. Ia re
Bird to the arrest of "Jack" llaverly.
Hairy Miner, Wt night faid: "Ahout
two jearH sgo llaverly received iuu
from Oulo Hoatfer. in connection with
the purchase of the Sua Frnncisco
Minstrels' Theater, on Broadway,
llaverly was accused of having
pockt'tud $o000 of the money, and he
was sued in the courts. He wanted t t
go to Europe, aid I, in an act of friend
ehip, wenton bis bond and got my
friend Tom Unnapv to go on also,
8 nee then Hoae aud Hummel, who
ate my count ol as well as Uaverly's
have written to him repeatedly to
come to Ndw York to meet tbe suits
against him. He has paid no a'.teo
tiou to the reqiieHts and has kept away
although ho was assured that he
would not he arrested, and all he had
to do was to s:;ow bimeelL As he
would not come, to protect myself, I
was obliged to notify the lawyers tnat
1 wanted to be released lrom the
bond. 1 supt osa that has led to his
arrest In Chicago, ol which, however,
I bad bca'd iiothing until now. 1 am
sorry for llaverly. He has acted very
foolishly and baa not repaid my
friendly cilices as be should have
A Child's Maaev ar rnatalalag
Milwai'kek, 'Wis., November 11.
A special from Tortage says, Coroner
Allen made public today the list of
articles taken from ths bodies cf the
victims of the recent railway wreck at
Kast Rio. and also ths iolica recovered
from the ashes and debria of the
burned coach. The -latter consist
mainly of metallic substances,
such as pocket knives, coins, keys,
baggage checks, watches and chains,
etc. Induced in the liBt Is a small
cast iron child's money ca'e, contain
intr two pennies. It ia thought the
publics1 ion of the melancholy list
mav lead to the identilloa'iju of the
unknown persons who lest their lives
in the ternli'e wrrk.
A JDIar rir la t tUcnaro.
Chicago. 111. November 11. A
fiorce fire is raging in the building oc
cupied bv the Uninn Mills of Mc
L uighliu & Co , situati d on the nor.h
raHt corner of S ats and South Water
street. The ton s'ories are already
completely gutted, and the whole
building will probably be destroyed.
The fire engines were irreatlv delayed
in reaching the binding owing to the
impaaHable condition of Slate s'.roit,
which is being tern up by the street
car ccmpiniee. The entire s'oik of
McLaughlin & Co , conniatirg cf cof
fee, teas and Bpi.'es, was d.a'roytd,
involving a lo-s ol i75,00!1, fully in
sured, 'llm lea on the building ia
only from $1000 to f'iOOO.
P. M. Stanlkv, funeral director and
embalmor, 68 Madison street.
THE GREAT A60H0YER.i
THE KNIGHTS OF LIBOR
tbe Packers Tea Hours
Make a Day Insteal ef
Chicago, Ili., November 11. A
notable arrival at Ihe yarc's this morn
ing was A. T. Carleton, of Boeton, a
member of the General Executive
Board of the Knights cf Lab r. He
was sent here by Mr. Powderly, snd
it is thought be will endeavor to settle
the strike peaceably.
Tbe indications this afternoon are
that the great strike at the stork yards
is drawing to a close. A. T. Carleton,
of Bofcton, of the General Executive
Board of the Knights of Labor, ar
rived in thia city this morning, and
after consulting one or two of the "old
beads" of tbe order went out to the
town of Lake. When be arrived there
he was met by Barry, Marshall, Bu'ler
and other prominent Knights. Tbe
leader of the strike, with Mr. Carleton
as the new angel of peece, repaired to
tbe Transit House and held a long se
cret conference. Mr. Car.eton Is a
conservative man, and was, it is said,
chosen by Mr. Powderly aa tbe agent
most likely t) be able to bring aDout
the ad j ustment of the trouble. It waa
reported on the Board of Tiads tjday
that the following dispatch waa re
ceived by Mr. Bany tbls morning.
"Urder tbe men back, jykiu nour
movement at this time considered im
practicable, and has not our approval.
Mr. Barrv refused to affirm or deny
tbe truth cf the report when interro
gated by note, replying that be was
Mr, Armcur s manager, saw in at
thev had beard the same repoitfrom
their manager at the yards, but they
bad no confirmation of the report, al
though they believed it. So many
new men have come in from all parts
of the country that tbe pai kera report
this afternoon they need no more.
At Armour's 1000 catte and 3000
boss were killed t jday with the force
at work in their hcuse, which is com
posed almost entirely of new men.
The filrlka Endtd.
Chicago, III., November 11. The
strike at tbe ttock yards Is at an end.
Late this afternoon Mr. Barry, wbo
has been on the ground evei since the
strike waa inaugurated, and wno a
day has been in consultation with
Mr. Carleton. cl 1;s od, ol tne Uan
eial Exeoutive Board ol the Kaigbts
of Labor, announced that the order
Bending the men back to work will be
insiied. The men will go buck on the
packets' terms, namely, ten hours per
day. wnai prop rnon oi me b' niters
will find employment is rattier doubt
ful. At the end tf .the last strike the
packers announced that none of the
new men would be discharged to make
room for those who left them, and
tbey were anxious to give the new
hands permanent employment. But
toon after the strike was over the new
men left in droviS, the explanation
being given that the old men would
make it so unpleasant i t mem mat
thev could not etav in racair gtown
All the boarding mouses mere virtually
boycotted the new comers. Whether
this experience win be repeated now
or not is the au?stion. Ibe packers
say not and further state they have
made every arrangement to prevent
it. All the boarding bouses that have
been started for th new men will be
maintained. It is fuither announced
that ths packers will riquiie cf every
man in tbe employ a wntteo guaian
ty that he will give the firm three or
four days' notice before lesving, and
a monny depotit will ho lequired from
every employe to cover inn guaranty,
This rule will apply to the new meu
now at work as well as to those en
gigod iu the fulure.
WoIiik Ilnek lo Work.
Juit'jitv City, N. J., Nuveuiler 11.
Tho Btr:kfia at tho bog abattoir, on
tlie HfckensHCk meadows, ell went
la k to work this nioreing at an in
crease o( wanej. The company re
fll'od to dhuiiiB the two foremen, as
the strikers demanded, and nlso re
fused to tieat with a committor from
the Knights c f Labor who waited on
them. After a (Onference wilhaconi'
mittea ol the s'rikere tlie hisses sue
cseded iu making hii amioah e settle
ment, to the s i tit fiction (if all con
cerned. Both parties maJe cosces
The t'aknnm lo He Keeanoiled.
FiTTHiuiiui, Pa , November 11.
Preeident Ooetello of the Miners'
Ama'gaiiuted Atsouiation left for
the Cotniellosville coke regions Lu-t
night io me h s iollueico iu avert
ing a qua rel belwten the operators
and the men. A demand ha b'Miu
formulated by the local Executive
Board of tbe association and presented
to the coke symlieate. It this demand
should be denied, the meu threaten to
strike, but the chances aresgnintta
lockout. Much action wou u be ptirtic
ularly severe uron ihe producers just
at present, as the demand for coke at
pa) ing figures is greater than the out
pur. President Costel'o will investi
gate the grievances aud secure, if pos
sible, the peaceful solution of the
Hoa-t'Bloa HlauhlerlUK Pen
Albany, N. Y. November 11.
Twenty six car loads of catte on tho
hoot for dressed beef boueei were re
ceived today. The agent of Swift
Cj. his secured au Abies hog
abattoir and has non-union butchers
slaughtering ctt'e there. Some of
tbe etock received wai driven to Co-
hofB where Brother non nnion slaugh'
ter bouse is lu operation. Thirty car
loads ol dressed bet mm (Ji.lengo
reacbed bere this morning, twenty ot
which were f ,r Hammoud & Co,
and ten lor Armour.
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. FRANK & C
slo lesale Mn
H. H. HAUKT.
Corn, Oat, Bran, Chop Feer, Oil-Heal,
UuildinK and Fire Brick, Etc.
Howard's Row, Memphis.
MICHAEL 9AVIN, J. 8- HANDWBRKM
THOMAS BOYt-K DAVID P. HADUEN,
COCUHAN. JAMIW A. OMBERU.
Late of Brooka, Htef A Co."