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glTUEDAT, I t DtC. 11, 18W
ths rmKiniEiT ako heiko.
At oar nest neighbor, it baa always
been desirable that our relations with
Mexloo should be amicable. Now
railroads hive ff ttcred the two ccun
tries in clues eontectioi, it is abso
lutely nec6tsary tha. our political re
lations should conform to tbe new
condition tf thingc The Influence
that is bribing the two proples into
closer tntimary, is already pndrcing
o d'cided an eff- ct that a p-t Jet t fir
treaty with Mexico arranged a short
time ago, and not yet aotod upon by
oar Congress, is fo'ind insufficient for
its purposes, and the President in his
mecsige to Congress e'atsa that a new
treaty will be drawn op, broader in
its bAsis and more eatisfactoiy in its
details than tbe pro.-ett one. It Is es
ential for tie petce ar.d welfare of
tbe two countries, that any cme of
d'BDiite which may become of
serions moment in the. future, shon'd
be removed. A c'aim in a e by the
Mexican Uovernw nt in the cae i f
the dotting flaac, i rot safe from
future coit'ingency. The clnirn is that
Mexico has the right when a for. ign- r,
anywhere, commit an offense a-alnst
a Mexican citizen, to nr et, try, ami
poniah each foreign person hh'iuld ! e
be found at uny time filthiu the
bonnds of Mt'xican euthoiity. It was
in conformity wi h th a claim that the
American ciitan Catting wes arrested,
"tried, and condemned in Mrxioo, for
n act which, although against M x
can law, was performed upon Araerl
oil. Sach a claim uo American t:lil-
would submit to, and Prwsideut
Cleveland at once caused Mexico to
know that it was altogether inadm'S
. aible, although it was inaie by the
novernment aad required by the law
of Mexico. If Mexico may exer
cise such a right, other countries
mat claim tbe same right. As this
eonntry is largely tettled by imml
grants from abroad, and au the poel
tion of many of them may induce
.acts here which are made Illegal in
. their old homes, it is easy to sue that
' American cllUns, home born or nat-
- nraliaed, could not travel - abroad
without the possibility of being called
upon to answer chergrs where, often,
there was no couecioupmea ol having
broken any foreign enactment. To
admit the Mexican claim is Impose!
ble, and so the President has fully ai d
ft ongly given Mexico to unJerntaad.
la his mee-sage to Congress be declares
that to admit such a pretension wouM
bring serious results, and be an inva
sion of the Jurisdiction of oar govtrn
oent, as well as dangerous to our eMl-
. sens when abroad. "Therefore," says
tbe President with characteristic de-
eialen and firmness, "I denied it.'
..That denial the country, will
foreign land must obey the laws
there or suffer the penalty, but an
American, acting freoly in bis own
land, must not be called into question
in another 1 nd for what is dune in
this. "Ia the case of Mexico," the
message argue', "there are ree-ons
specially strong for perfect harmeny
in the mutual exercise of nr Isdictlon,"
and the President expresses the hope
that Mexico will remove reasons fi r
' complaint, that, if continued, munt, in
the nature of things, in the long rnn
lead to painful results, involving, per
haps, war ltfli'H. The vigilance and
nnrHHtniv of Mr. Cleveland will DO'.
.leave this unpleasant snarti wi.hjut
uncoiling it, if within the bounds of
AH CNJINT TAX.
The oleoma gartce law was a piece
ol legislation more wotthy of tha mid
dle ages than if tbe Llntteonth cen
tury. It oleomargarine may he taxed
keep up the price ol butter, why
mft -nit beer be taxed to keep Bp
the prio.,, whkTf 8l,d ,au.Rg. taxed
to keep oryle pil(!eo( he. fstwAsT
To tax oneof,r pr0liuctB thl,t an
Mner may make h.. prfit . nitrler
wise, lost nor txpe lieu It hM boon
said that oleomargarine nnfjj fvr
food. The ch areat expert ttv.(moay
and tbe examination of oleoiii.,..
rine factories that cau be ma1e at?
day, prove the statement to bo false.
Ho objo. t:on ia made to the whult
ajmenesi of lard, arid oieointigrinn
ran at kvt rival that article iu purity
and wholaiotneniM. B it olejiuargav
riue baa been sold for butter. It
hps, btu the cheat was not in the
oleomargarine, but was perf jnuttd by
dishonest gi'llers, and the right course
is to logisl te s j as to puuUili the dis
honesty of ihe cheats, not to tax an
article whicU i'j app trolly as go id as
butter, si uort Item bs Mid for it, the
purchaur not distinguishing the dif
fsrenc. The mmuiacturer of oteu
nitrgariuui taxed, tb.es Her of it is
tax id ami the articlu it .elf is taxed,
the latter 2 u. !)', the f inner 2 j p uod,
hpsvy li!.s.(dues. A N.itch-s trades
man wrlu tha' heiaunotcirry s stock
of oluom rgnrine in his store, for the
Viatel Stitej tax would be $180, the
Htate tax $W and the city tax t26, or
$655 penary, not for selling oleoma!-K-ine
for bntti r, but because some-
b dy mig it possibly Sell it for butter.
The ca'tH breeders are a s itdi.fc ly
tax 4 tj k. epnp a monopoly prine far
bn'tr, Ijr they declare tlmt te.o?
the mtaufacture of ole .mar. arine is
to r tlU'-a vhe price o! ratie f o n $3 t9
' (4 a hftud. The tax in.o i th" a-ticlp,
utif iir and harshly d':i mi entire as
thi tax in, h nia iuLd t v.crs BUhrnlt
to, but agiiur-t tue'X o i iiH'e lioai si
thera i- niv-rn.l c -mp.aint, and ef-
forts art- iMikirg to i.dnm ( Vngr
torep'al i'. Vea-e cm-rirv ot me
toa t.rii.j p P8 wlva at) Arueilcau
ci 'sen cannot eat o'eonwyxliiifc, if he
chooses, wiiinni. t eii g n aile 'o pay a
tax in 'v i of bi-ttr. Tms lac-rn.
ing tt;e P''tc Ion dn:triiie prt-t'y far,
bat bv ln 'rntnirg it into the
ground" th pt-ople nny at lei iith be
toflm.'"! wta' a make ihey are
-iitigljing in ihuir bosom.
TUB TRADES COM&EME
EE80LUTI0X8 CB6INQ STRONG
POLITIC tL ACTION
As a Means of D featlsg rke He
faiions Work of the Police
CoLi'MBcs. 0. December 10 Tie
morning eefsion of the Trades Union
Conference was nrproductivs of re
su, a'id rwing to th slowness ol
procdurelt wai decidea to noia a
nuht ee'slnn. Letters regarding th
Knigbti ol Labor were read from New
York, Plnl delhia aud hyracaee, l ot
thilr contnt.ti were not given to the
rrtsa. The di.vruion continued ss to
ths relations of the various tiadea rep
resented with tr e Knights cf Labor,
hut the compilation ol statistical ln
forointion regarding the growth un i
membnrehtp of trades unions was nut
eontD'oted. Tbe Conference Oommit-
e wbiohmet tne kihwdm oi l.,q r
enbmt't'd a report and were con-
tliu xi, Mr Dalv, ofthe Hhne lasters,
helnff addtd. The commit'ee wbs In
s'lncUd to lusiat upon a settlement of
tbe trades nnion treaty promu'gxt d
, Cleveland iu July. Tbe convention
then took the noon recn;e. 'i'ho Fed
e ated C tngrnrs will m et this after
noon, ill d it is s'attu 'uar. me ama ga-
matlon will be f rmed t iday.
There baa beou little of interest of
on offlcl.d cha acter oh'a ncd in regard
to (lie Coi.l.'teine of trades Uoiuns
thin a'twrno in. The occurrenre looked
noon aa the most Irup rtant was the
i-ecnnH meeting of the TraJea Unions
ai d Knights of L bor comuilll-'is.
which whs held tt is tfternoon and
continued for levaral hour. Bth
tidus wore cor;-c inmiltol is to what
w,a done, b'1 referring iraulrUa tn
Bscreiaiy McQuire as the o ily one
who had kept the minutes of thu
Erocedlngs. It is cUimd to be
nown ds a taut that the Knifcbts of
Libnr Oomm tke relusest to tak any
e ion as to the tndes union treaty
promulgated at Cleveland in July,
which was in subntance a ue
in-nd upon the K:.igh'e to remove
all chatters granted any aisembly
that exihtd where there ia a onion of
that trade. Tbe Trades Committee
Ins stod on a settlement on toe basis
of this treat r. As the conference
laste J ai er this refuaal it is supposed
that thu Trad Oomm fee aoe ted
something elee. The spirit and busi
nans of tbe conference can on y be se
cured by general talks on the atreetr,
aa the mina'es furnis'ied by theeecrr-
lary fn the r moager oatline ennvpy
bat lUtl Idea as to wl at is blng
done. Tbe proceedlags ot the rea
era; i d Oongrass are nominally epen to
the prsi-a. but the two bodies change
sooTtea (hat it is (cut' to tell when
either ii ia sia4on. Kveteomiof
rtie deieatee bm-osse mixed, and
at Hane era aaahle to tail which
boay thtf bava beo or era lining
In. Several have benome tired of tbe
delar in ace milishln re-mlte and
gone home Tbe time seems to be
taken up In iiseaNson. tt-cretary
Kirehaer rintei this is mere so than at
any former cjogross which he has at-
uatdeel - -TheTradea
Conference, at its after
noon session, instructed its committee
to ins at nnnn a settlement of the dlf-
feranoi a between the un ons and ths
KntabU npon t'' basis of tbe tiadra
treaty, and Mr. Daly of the shoe lat
era, wee aided ti the comrnit.ee In
place of Preaident Weibe, of the Amal
gam i!rd A80ciatioa.
Mr. Kircbuer made a perponal ex
planation id regard to ths ohargn pro
mulgated agdst him bv Mr. Mo Fee
ly, of the Knlgh s i ( Labor Commit
tee, respecting his action in inducing
nn'On cigar makers ia Nuw York to
take tbe place of Knights of Labor
cigar makera In foil dlphla, who had
been on a st Ike lor what they consul
i rid a rediietion of waff-shy thein
trodnotlon by the manufacture of a
lnwprlcid oh, -root Into the Wet or y
where Cubans and KnigbU of
Lahor were employed. Home mote
reso u ljua wero aiilimltted and
d scusflixl at ienutb. Ttie one
in repaid to the suppor: of the Foster
Mi-inoilJ A S icl.ilion wasadonled. A
fight was made ou tbe political rAaolu
tion. It, wa framed br Mesjrs. Kiich
ner and Block, and advocated the
f iroiail n o, ft third pa ty by working
men, tr-idod unions oeiog particularly
urged to t ike ac'iou tending in th;
directlou, Heveral clau es regar.ling
a II ird nartv aeie btruck out hy a
luge mnj iri'y of the vote, and the
resolution, utter blng amended
thorr ugh'y, w adopted, as follows:
Wmiil, Piilittcal antloa It ft tubjit
wIiIoj hialnUt imI btea a proliflo touroa
ot diMlin an it troubi la tu ranki l lh
wo klnrmD, but happily in rT0 utliia ro
oont T woaowoa ia intoioou -n snoou o
th BAVArAl HtatAN. nol.blv tht r morkabl
and ! raorclini'r d inoamr tloa md br
tho workininiin of Now Xnrk, MilwitukM
Chlnaio and oihur oUie, (h iw aithollmi
ku B,w arrired hrn lh ilni ptipl
h"utd daoldo upon tho nooomlv ol unit
art'Ot ottttr-B) of tta bl ot box, nidi
Mniuit nl Avi.linv D.Jill a.1 l-rlli
and, wboroai th oroewitr of Ihn J aper.
mtfro'o tha lutijoolloD of tbt p illoo ,puw
rtto lh (nur,u of oorporU , in'in
m.An thlr .nnlAVM OOU(lltl,D
raimliiiroto Ira lubtr and flarlT, i d If
aofar oui work ol th Plnkorlon lMest
"uino Ii to ba. wnrnera aut ' a
f"'.ik,n ol plltloal powori ikorolort,
ttnoh4. TK.t ih oonTunllon arn
Do-t Roueront iri't t tho ln,lepudnt
rout on inovemoal vl woramgmeu.
The ie-o'uiio i opposing the prefer
ence ttie g'lViirumeut is eupposed to
g ratlin ec-'Ohher in the mater ot
employme.it w skilled but auntlier.
B'ki, g Uongr, ss to pa a a compiilsm
innemura law i ir ine l)litric ot U
iiunuit ana ins Term rte., wa
ad 'pt.i. It was decided to inato th
ingot neaaioa cootiiuions to the dose.
T. ec ntoe ioe ie olved itaelf into
a a .
ir(iei (jo gr.-es anont 4 oc:ck p.m.
and some tuna wai devoted to Uuan
cial matter-i, wl e o he congress ad
I mrned. I: wa utderat wd that th'
c ii.farence of t a 'e w. uM form the
amalgamation, anil when the congress
adj .urna this t,ui ,n it will be sine
dm a id ho longer exiat
OtiHtrman 11 us , of the Pow.'erly
Oommlt es, lepnrta tonlgbt that their
Lf re 'c with the Trade' Committee
r suit d in the understanding that ne
gotiations on tbe b wis of the Trades
Uuion treat? was out of the qiesti m,
and before ths confer nne oloeed tbe
Trades Union men talked very fairly
and a tacit anden-taodlog W ra hi d.
He raid his commit ee woald report to
the Nation! Ex nutive Brd, and in
caasench romniittse were con'i ned
to eettla at) d.flerncea that might
arias. Ho beliav.d there need nver
bo eny s r oun irou'de or antagonism
btwoen Ihe Kn'g' ts of L bor and
trad.e nn'ons. Tbe K ilgl ta prtf ired
pea e aid 'woald coined a points to re
erne it when peresfa-v, bur r v 'king
their c arten of ti e Kuightso LaVr
A- nib'.ies c nld not be ro sul re t.
He bo ievert the cuar mekera were
he o ly t ede ihit opp aod the
Ki.lgti'e any wae. Home of tlie in mi
e)Sift'ili Powde ly I'onim Itee left
for home to oijihr and thu others will
leave in :h- in iiir.
Mnrli Tnlit uf in a M-in of
kiMiil al 1, .bor itHtildl.
Pit niCBO, Pa., Drcemb r 10. -The
lej etion utth.. credentia l of A, Dvnlt,
rrEfipnrn daily appeal- saturday,
e'egate to the Trades Frderation at
Columbus yeeterday, has created a
great deal of talk among Pittsburg
men. not only Dncanee uenti was tne
only er credited delegate from this
ity. bat also J rem the fact teat ce
WoSthe represent ttive of one of the
mi st carefully managed and powerful
traits orpar. i-tu na in ths United
Smtes. By come it is corst-ued as a
deliberate nub of tbeii.dw glass
worses, and oi hers as anauront to
Mr. Powrler'v and his order. In an in
terview today Isaati Cline, president of
the Window Uleea Wurki r Associa
tion, (aid the r- jection of Mr. Uer is
b'd'cated very cla ly th it the Trades
Unon's course will be divergent
Tnm the Knwli's of Labor
for all he could see, perhaps boati e.
nr Dmis w-nt is ur representa
tive," ea'd Mr. Cline, "ai d as we we
all ii the Knights of Labor, it wonld
he foolish to imagine that we could be
rep"Sont'. d by any ether perron than
Knight ot Labor. 1 see tnaime
Committee on Credentials clim to
have decided against Mr. Denis now
because he was a glass work-r, ard
not because ha b longed to tne
Kn'ghta of L' bor If we were not
Antitiurl in rAr,rrnurit..tirfl OJI ineilib Ta
of Mr. Powdarly order we do not d- m
; 1 1 " vy '" . M.
eire it on any cner ground', mere
fore, I am led to the conclusion ttjat
tt e lejuciloo ol nr, uonii s creoen
lata iiim nlnin totice served ttibt the
T alfS Uoion r-oes not ii.tend to c-fTi
ate or work In harmi ny, either as re
gards legtslat on or labor ameliora
tion, wltb ttie r. lgn'soi iiuor.
Tkonina Waltau, tlio A !'' He-
dncer, Marrlea Ilia Vleltin
In Ihe tlflnalr Jnll.
araoui, to tub trrtkh.X
NiisiiviLi . TgRM.. December 10
Awoihl ng occurred ut ha couuty
il at 10 o'clock tins morn ng, tne
..nirai ti:iB nartn s b -ii g Thomas J.
Walton and Mi s Willie L. lt cey, uf
Snmoer nonnty, who, it will bo ra-
member-d, figured some we-ks ago in
an ahdiinlioa and sednc ion eve.
Walton, t, g- ther with the D,s. II gle,
Wis ind ct d by the grand jury, Wnl-
ton. hei-ig unab e ti g've boi-d', whb
lodnsd in itil to mat trial. Ha wis
viaittd last. Monday bv his brother,
and, after a conf. renre, the brothi r
re urned to the home of M'es
Rmev. Ti e young lady comei ted to
tbe niariaga and rame to ti e city th s
morrlrg, acitompanud by ber moinor
and Wklton'a b-other. She entered a
back ard drove t ) the Jail. Ihe K v
J. M. Marshall soon performed tbe
neiemouv that m tdo t'.e tain one.
Mrs. KO'ey and ner diuunter wiu re
main in the city a fw dava to awit
the reeul-aoi Walton enort to g ve
boDd. " . -
Tk I. A S. la tta Irndwl Frm
Ut. Irna , iurtum
IsrioiiL v ras Arraat,,
asbvillb. Tava.. Deemb.-r 10. A
conference was hold tody between
tha d e ident of the Li u sville and
Nasbvi lis ana reoreKemaiivea irom
various iron asd coal tnrluat'ies of
Southern Tennevses and North-rn
Alabama. The ohj ct rf the meeting
was sn exteneioa of theLaaisvilleand
Nashviile from flu Joe, Lawrence
countv. Tenn.. to F.orence and onel
fletrt, Ala. Also, certain treigni ratea
on Buu hero bianct.er lative to ship
menta uf coal and ore from mines to
various fumae seon to he erae'ed at
Florence, 8h fBeld and o' herpo nta
The eifn-ion will cnr.alnly be built
and c si qnently s ocka in laud and
milling companies nave oeea sent up
in once 1 km a ro k t
Edxene Koriluuon. ot Jjime wusfum
fame, is in tho c ty today, 1 oiit g
around for a p'a.'e to eatatilisb a mu
a -nm ai.d c ;eao theater here, in con
neition with tils niemplitsand Jew
Orleans es ablishniei.tr-.
There is nrosnect of a etrck ex
change being Varied here shortly.
Tbe Incline lt l iiokiml tfonalaln
' fouip e-l rue Pri-Jccted
V. Si. A V. H. at.
laraoub to tbb areaaL.)
Cbattahoooa, Tbnm , P cembnr 10.
Tne fl s car on t' e Lookout I cline
went to tha pont uf Lo kont, t d tv,
Mnj Km g and L'ol. B .rlow being the
fli-et and only ppssiig- r.s. The ins
chimry is in floe wnking ord r. Ttie
passenger cars are now near y com
pleted at the Maioo Cai works in
this oity. They will ba put on
next week. The narrow gauge
fiom the foot of the point around to
the summit is now well u ter way,
and tiack laying is prngr ssing rap
idly. It will be rtady for passengers
by January 15 h.
A petition wl h 5W0 nmes will be
presented to tbe City Council, ask
ing the Is u anna of $ l ,0,00.1 in
4 per cent, twenty year bone's
as a subscription to the pn ject.d
Chattanooga, Home aad Coluinbua
Raihoai. Ac ion committees have
been sppolnted, who vdl rnh ihe
qn-ai'iOH vlgoroa ly. Tbe Council
will o der an eleo ion. ai d if the
riquiaite three-fourths mejority
should favor, the bonds will be uego
tiated at once.
Hlalatera Charwurn Raamlaed by
the , K. I oulvreDce Sam
faranuL to tbk ieruL l
Jackson, Tknn , May 10 Thle, the
ihlrii uiy ot the Metboil-s' Uonli r
euce, has been alnooat e tliely spent
in ti e i-xamtna'ioa ot th coaraLttr- of
niinlatera, Tnis evening at 4:30
o'clock tbe Rev. Sam 8inll, the fa
mi us Ge rg a evaugnliet, preaclied a
pnwe fdl aeim n at the Fuel Me'hod
stthurch. Ills snt j et wai "Froia
the Barroom to the Pub it" Ihe
con ere ne ia now in tbe i-nhli r.f iti
f ory. Tne i ity is i rod, d wl h win
ters and st aegers fiom all parts of
Mrs. J. T. Kictuv, No. 502 Fonrth
avenu-. Lcuiavilie, Ky., was a enn
flrm. d invalid for eleven year', rlailv
expaitii ffdaath. Docti ripronouoced
her trouble to ba nematgia, fema'e
complaint and evrry o'ber known
di i ase. For months her left side waa
paralii'd. Oeald neither rat, tlnnp
nor walk. Finally the doctors gave
her up. 8hs then r-egao to nsn War
ner's safe cure, and November 18. 1885,
ahs wrote: 'I am as well t day as
whea a girl, and feel ah ot twenty
yrars younger. Warnir'a safe care
tit s wr ked a miracls in ray case."
Mrs B chey will glad y answer
iraraar la th trat Uarr.
. Pt Idis, Mo., Dectmher 10. Al
fred 11 un', the clond hu chb ick
who murde ed hia aifj by cutt dk ber
thro- t, May 2, 18SM, was to lay f nnd
guilty of mudtrin the firit digr e,
Maiitencs waa ltferrd. B'u it's wi'e
ran away from him t.i live rh
anrther i e(tr,, at d on the day of tt-e
mnrd, r 1 e brought her ba k to his
house. AftT ar yu g 1her. thev en-Itagt-d
in a qianel, during which
Blonntkik-d his wile iu tne aoove
Uolistwy rrvteeulia. It ul lord's).
RUSSII MD BULGARIA.
WHAT TBB Sr. PETEBSBTJRQ
. PRESS HiS TO SIT
About Russia's Position la ttie Un
pleasant Affair (Jlaflatone and
AntlBeut -table Flaunts.
t. Pitsbsbcro, December 10. Ths
OOldel Mtwenger sjs the recall of the
Ku-smn aenti ws n t intended m
sever tbe tie utii log umcarta tna
Bu-sin. It r nlv einiU.-d t atKovia
relused to teeog i ze the legality of the
condi l n of aff iire nndr wt.icu a-:
ins gniflcant minority mind sunreme
power and imavin d it was entitled to
gnide Bnlgar-an destioia and make
tbe peopln its tool. Bevolotianary
Dsseions have I ad a pernicious trJec:
upon pub io mnrali'yin Bulgaria. The
Buga'iano' peaceful disp .eition and
love for work were pledge f
their future proierity. Through
,'ie-e qualities Kulgaria whs mak
rg raoid nrourrsa. when the
revolution of Piiilipp molis sudlenl;
diverteil the couut-y Into the pa n ol
dangerous poli'ical adveotu-ei which
e.it-i ed heavy s"c ifices and re u ted
ib the present condition ol affiira,
which, it conti-mes, will end ia an-
aichy and he a conetant menace to
peace in the lia t uuif.li a duty is to
show care in the mail tenaneeof peane
in the Kast. h le remaining on tbe
biSS i f the Builm trt aty she iutends
to endeavor to r -niove the prfsnire
which is weighi' g heavily on BulgRna
and to re-eetahliB'i leiial erder, which
will serve es a guarantee cf fuiure
pro prrity aid justify the sacrifines
Bu eia has maue. Tne Kuesian Gov
ernment will io' accept any a range-
ment which, under cover ot li ga itv,
will merely re nil ate the present rd
normal ondit ons iu Bulgaria. Ru
n t ia satisfied with the atuiude t f the
Poite. Ht e reardl Turkey es work
ing terioos y for p-c -flo tolution of
the Buluarian problem in conformity
with existing t eati s, and as being,
therefoie, entitled to the support uf
Ulad)oae'a ' lanp: rovaloftbeAntl
LowDoa, Daemb,-r 10. Mr. Glad
stone's dhapp'OVhl of the anti-rent
campaign in Ire'and, was expressed in
a private leite- to Mr. Cameron, mem
ber of Parliament for Glasgow. Tbe
S.totch and other 1 bral assi ciatioes
are i ot BathA'd, and have as'-ed Mr.
Gladstone for a (nil and public declar
ation on. the subject
Tbe Hanlaa BoMb Race.
Lotwoa, D' l emb r 10. Banian hps
deposited .00 for his race with
Beach In Jdue next. He stipuUtes
that tbe rac; shall he according to the
same articles ind over the same course
as hia race aittt Ltyc ck. Hanlan
will sail for Austtalia frotn America
on receipt of a message from Beach
confirming his acceptauce of his chal
lenge. " . J '
The Fragranme fur ParllaaaeaS.
: LoBD,va,Dembir 10. The Cabinet
met today and will n t come together
sgaia nntil a'ter Chrlatmas. iue or
der r.f hualness in the coming seegion
of Parliament was revised, and the
nroirramme will prob bly he as fol
lows: The sees on will open with the
introduction ef a coercion bill, includ
ing special DroviBinns f r the suppres-
stoa of birycottng. Ic was decided
that local government measures anVct-
log E s and and Scotland si, all bave
precedence over leg slatton on the
same subject for Ire and. Tbe mult
o' this will be that no Ir'sh bnaineas.
t xceot such ss relates to coercion and
to the bi'i extending tl e scope of the
A-hbonm" Und (, wilt be transact-
ed. The Ilaitingt n section will give
thorough sitDPi-rt to the coercion
mea-nre. I, is reported that the Mor
q .lHif Ripen win lead the oppos t,on
in he lloueeof Lords in the event of
Lord Gr n vi le retiring, and that Lord
Koebnry will be dixpinced on account
i f hia veering toward the uuoniet
French and EunlUh Poaseaalons,
Cairo, Dwember 10 Although
0 U it de Ainav, the Fieni h auent
here, d-clare-i ibat his government
prefers to continue tbe statu quo
rather than t eat for a se't ementol
the respective poeeessmns of France
and England in Ejypt until the date
of the eiariietmn if Egypt by tbe
Bri i-h has he n fixed, yett1 is under.
stood that Frunze will pot refuse to
co on-rate ia the werk of reforming
the EypUan ad i in s ration.
Tbe Oalend Kmnreas Robbry.
BacssiLa, Denemher 10. A woopn
todav revea e I i h i place where anuua
her f the letters recent v stolen Irom
the Oa'erd express had been hidden.
Ti ey were found in ttie Rue Blai.ch s
rere in a d an. TteEuglsa po ice
know wl o st .le the mail, and are on
the track ot the rubbers.
BlUHINHII V. ALA.
Tbe Mad Pexlb HrlHUnt Twn
Lawyer I'rodue.d by aa Over
date af Murahlue,
farioui, to tub arraai,.
BumiNOH'a, Ala., Dec-mber 10.
Waller U. Kya's, a hi ill aot young
'awyer of 2(i y ar, wh t came he;e
fiom An: jaton nnuia four months aD
and wes well konwn throtiKliont the
r stern p J" of tt ia 8 ate, as w-11 it
North Oeoriiia, where he w-.s raised,
kil ed hlins II ,-. itri an nveidoae of
morpbiue, taken about 6 o'clock this
afternoon, tt cure insomnia, with
which he h'd btten sufl-r,n for soma
days. D, c'or.t wnie ca led to hiin
about 6 o'clock, but it was too late.
Ue dn d an linnr la.er. ii t waa raised
at Cartersvi le, Ga., Bratinuted b 11
li intiyat the Uuivprrity nf Georg a,
at At iens. lie ediud Annhton ILA
li aH for about a year. His f .ther is
prteident of the Me. car University at
MonoKraiu llaitsrlest. MalfortL
8t L cia, Mo , D -ct-mber 10. Rnb
ert Grayor, col, red, waa hanged in ihe
yard of the Jail at 6:55 oYlor-k this
mornirg. Ii ray nr retired at 9 o'clock
lat tia-ut, and slept until 5 o'c ock
thfa morniPir, whin he aasa-onsedby
ad-pu y sh-rid and par' oi k o a
hear y breakla-t. At 8 o'clock the
daaih warrant was lead to him in his
tell, ami at 0:30 o'cl ck he waa
marched t9 tbe re ffold ia tne jail
yard, ao -onapn ed i y two deputies of
the She. iff, ami f Unwed by a crowd
i f ahont 14, who h id been adm ttfd
to ih j ill un tickets issued by tbe
Grajor bora np rohly nrdertheor.
d.al, and, wl en asked if ha lud any
ttm g to aav.tt, p ed t.i tt eede i f tne
a all Id ai d iu a dear v- iie id: "I
w en you all g o 1 uok." Then, re
tr, ati g'oU e tiap. lie stoud flimy
while the cap and m oaa weie ad
justed. The trap w. a srutg , and ia
decembeii - ii; - i88;
twelve nlntite Grayor was pro-1
nounced dead, baring expired win
scarcely a straggle. Tne crime for
blcti urayor paid tha penary was
the murder f Berry van, also col-
o ed. committed Julv 6. 1883. The
night previous Evars had severely
U'iBhed G aynr. who was hia room
mate a ,d (-lio e mp'ove In a livery
s a il". The text morning Evuis
tnunt-d G ayor with his diecomntore
of the night before, and Grayor, seiz
log a wagon etak, dealt Evans a blow
upon tbe bead, frura which l e died
Tbe rent ltm(i lua By inow
CTanvrllxt Mnalii' Hrrvlcca
Tne I'.ip-r Will H Kulil.
- lariaiAb to ti ipnaL.I
Knoxvii lb, Tbnm., December If)
Furt- er advices Irom G.eenville show
hat the dauw douo to Cnngiesaman
Pe'tibone's reaidence from enow is
heavier than at first snpp ssd. The
whole roof fell in and the, house is
almost a wrck. The damage is put
fli 00. Fmtnna'e'v Mr Pe tione'i
umilv eg. a ltd n inr. Tms was
owing to the fact tr-at Mrs. PeMibine
ai d children we e s e p rg on the
first fl inr. Mra. Pdttibone ia just c in-
va'eecent 'roui h eover-t illreai. and it
is (tared tbe eli ick of the accident
may prove it juriou.
I he heavy snowtaii is causing much
offering among the poor. The Bfao
iated chari'iea have given food end
fuel to fonr-Jifths cf the f mili8, em
bracing 2-'50 pers ns. Repcr s ron
tinue to erne in fr m toe c untry
around Kuoxville oi ruined barns and
furmhoueea. Tho dnmages will run
in'o ihe thnnra da in East Tennessee.
Evangel'st Muhi:ll. of Indiana, in
holding RervtCH in Knoxville. which
are surp-.Bsed in interest only by those
held hy Sam Jonns Tne cbuiches ate
too em.ll for the eioada, and the
opera houso will be used for Sunday
A number nf Eastern capita lira are
negot.ating tbe pur -nase oi tne is.ni x
ville p-per millf. If the sale is cm-
pleted the plant will be encruioubly
enlarged, new machinery put in and
an immen e establishment erected.
FOBBED CUT, AfaK.
Jag of Wblaby Caases
larsctit, to thi arriAL.l
Fobbkst City, Ark , Deeember 10.
Between 12 and 1 o'clock tiday
Will-am Mathis ws shot, by William
liarman at h tmsn's boardlcg
bouse. It appears that Mathis sent
someone after a jug nf whisky, and
with a companion or two be and liar-
man were drinking in tne ons of the
rooms of tbe bousa. ttarman bad
eome out and at dinner asked an
other party if ha wonld like to have
a drlck, wneu be said be wonld, and
. . . r . . . . a
the two went to tbe room to got a
drink. Ahont this time the party
ked to drink hastened to Whit
man, tne proprietor, and told mm
there was troub'e in the room where
the ins woe Whitman went imme
diately towaid the donr, just as Mathis
end Harman I' ll together to the floor.
Harnron shr.t M athis in the abdomen,
which re soiled in death in tbout
five tr fcix ruinates. A serond
shot cut a niece frrm one ear of
Mathis. Whitman wrunched tbe Pif-vn
fn m Haror,ati's hand and ordered him
cut of hia honae. Mathis was dressed
and carried to JnBtite John Colt's,
and Human surrendered and was
p'aeed in i-il. It is theuebt to be
case of self de'ense, ss Ha'man has
two or three kuifa wonnda on bis
head and one on h'S hand. I' may
all be at ributed o whi.-ky. Mahis
hss been regarded as simething of a
Initial niusc at. Wnlforrt'tu
This powder never varies. A mirvel oi
nurity. strensth and wbole-oinennrs. llore
ainnniMl tlian the ordinary kinds.
eannot be sold in competition with the mul
titude of low teat, abort weight alum or
pho'pbate powders. Bnt.n cinlt I" CfS
ilOY'-L BAKINU POWKKH ut.,
Kid Wl New York,
Landlna, Siloreaiul Pahhe Gin,
For I.cue for Five Years.
W8 will let's 'hat valuable Plant!
known a SAN nOUlSA PLACB, I
rullrs below Oceola, Ark., for a term pt Bve
y ars. One thousand acre' of oared lanil,
iik p..i,l.ni i.n.,,1, whn own their t-a-ns.
Tha lnndmg und reoe ving point in o dinary
WHtrr for Dsoeola ana lar e neignourpuuu.
The Unit d St. tee fleet anohr- d in frott.
Tha I'n trd States (luvermuent will eip nd
rr,.m aiui nihi in a nn.nnn tha eoming .eason
on river iinp'ovetnant an I pay ofl men at
this noint mak ng it a most valnahle mer
entile p int. The l ubllo gin will control
100 bales of cu-lom cotton. On, d re idence
and healthy location No other such o ner
tunity for a live business man cau be found
oa the river. Ann i y to . rn
TIIOS. H. ALLTtN CO..
or B. B WADlKhL, Memphis.
sbI Brpalrorw of "lano,Orsisia,
And Mustoal Instruments Generally.
sbt ssaiisi mr memphisl.
I CUP.E riiSt
nn. i a.n mmm m Mum riT. arnjonil at ru
kwanrni mu.M m.QIM. m
St. W Mfl r..t VMir.
aa 1 win cmra ua. a
JSO. D. KTHEK, A.H KtLLEK,
W. A. JOHSSDS,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
And Agonts for te Pnrchare, Bale or
Lease il L n Is,
TUCUMIUA & SHEFFIELD,
w-8pcial atte, tion given to tbe examlna-
i...,a. .dvrtt,l and placed upon 'ha
market, Iree ol rbatge, unle-s a saleis made.
No i id NUter Hi .Tlul srrit'a.
Diamond M atches), Malfortl'w
f ROYAL ISWilt Jk Xl
BARBED FENCE WIRE!
OB GILL BROTHERS & GO
Mont hannilv meets ttia demand of tha aga
e . . n , I r u l.l i i ,, n . . Ttia r'n -
tdy for WOMAN ONLV.aod for one SPB
CIALCIjSSo1 her dine ae. It In aaceo.fio
for certain diaeanoa o maitiana oi ine wooiu,
and no eontroli tho Mentrual ornani aa
regulate all dran.enienU ai d 'rregularitieS
ot ber Monthly Sfkoeis. Tbe proprietors
e'aim for thin reiifdy no other medtoal prop
r.y. ltildtrictly a Veaeia' le Comn und.
the studied pre"rip'lon o' ft learned phy-
oianb eeperiHlty win l-eat. uin""",
and who'e fame became enviable because ol
hii lucoeM in the treHttnon' amt cure el
female oompia'nta. eunt-ring woman, iv
will relieve you of nearly all eeuplainti
peculiar to yoar 'ex.
Fr eale by druuglfta. Write for book,
"Memaue to Woman." mulled tree.
JiBiuriai.D KaounTiia to., Atlanta, wa.
aa-nerehant4 aad riantera, Kmull
Farmers and Oar.leners, ihould, tn the In
terval between Harvest and Planting time,
look out 'or the future, aad
that tbey have made all arrangements for
6t edi and Imi leraenti Detdlul for the text
season. uanareHf ol oircuiari aro uuouiug
the country and filling tbe columns of the
newspapers, soliciting the reader
a-oodi that they know nothlnu of. with tha
experlenee ef twenty-live years in tha South,
both la railing and planting, wa think ws
eaa safely claim that
home hai always dealt fairly. Wa aim to
kee tha mot improved Labir-eaving lm
plements, and to send ont only Freeh and
Oar present stock is fall and complete, and
we are prepared to furnish our papered Seed
In neat and attractive style, to tha trade, at
tha lowest rata. Wa bave also large atooks
ol OKA33 and FIELD 8EKDS for Spring
Planting. Our Annual Catalogue will ba
ready for d, t i'mt oa by First of January.
Bend for on '
R.G - to &. cr.
39 Hsiioki ' t. ,ttcim lii, Term,
Miupma. November 22. 1886.
THE onden-ianed ha-a thii dny formed a
cop'irtnerfhin under tha rm name ot
I JOSEPH U PULhKiN & CO., tor the hur
t-one ol carrying on a wt-m-rm ri'imnu
Mnrloe lunrnaic. Bni.lti-. Mr. Jos.
U Pullen will have Immediate oontrol and
management of the bui,iDesi.
Unas. Li. riii.Lcn.
JOS. U. I'ULLM,N.
NOTICE toti7e PUBLIC.
M rvpb is. Tana. . November 22, ltWfi.
WE ham this day sold and traoKf rred to
I harlea L. and J -senh H. Pullen our
entire Inurnoe Alienor BBiness, and we
bespeah is- thnm a c nilnunnoeol the busi
ness herotolore alven to us.
w i . II, Kll LljfrW a vu.
Importer aad Dealer la
eaae, 'lablu TsMhle and Spvrta
taea'a Hnppllea. aar Special attentiot
riven to MANUFACTURING and K
lia Haln NtM Iff oninhlau Tsnstn
The StrlsrlssMl and Only Cleinaln.
Sale and always Reliable. Bewurnof worlh.
Ic -Imitations. Indispensable to a..lltJ
your Itrnattlal lor "a hldicalerH
Kucli "and take no other, or inolose if
(stamps) to ns for partioulars nt Latvia bj
relora mull. ft-.. VAPKat. Uhl
vhraSer I hewitrnl 'l.,
tiaia BSHCIIanai aaaare, Ptillsula., V"
Potd bv Dranrlsts everywhere. Ask for
-t'lilrh-xirr'a .n:llBl, PruojrnyMl
rtll-. TnKe pnn hrir
J. 6, SCHMIDT & SUN
importers ana aealars IB wnn,RimB
Dillon and risUlata Tsvehlo, Bvlldera
HaMwsre, SCUicilrte Bnlia nil Aa
nnnclitlnretor Motels and Raaldenoes.asC
Malnitm,!. HnmrSila, Tetsei. Kleotrlr
snpptlu always oa hand. rUoatrlDrneatl-
TVIiolcsalo and Retail.
it?H Kerond Sirret-
SEC 0D ST.
Wa II. McCATIs,
Ge"M1 Jobber fn BRICK MOKK
IR'8 SET, and Smoking Chimneys
Cured. All work suarntcod.
i ri rio-s r niRrcTssHH.i
Uaioa aao Pi.AKtaaa Baaa nr MaarHia.l
M......h;M. T.nn . llnnMmhr A. ISHrt I
QTOCKIl-'LUEKI air herby noilbrd tbat
kj an election will be held at tnis n -na oa
the haonnd Vlond . in Jai uarT. I(, 'ro
111 a.m. until 2 u.u,.. to ohoore Dlnotors to
8. P. READ, Cannier.
I Wat Watch Kepalrliif , aulfwi'a.
We have removed our entire business to
Nos. 378 & 3SO Front St,
adjoining the t.yor Hotel, where wa
are receiving a lart:e anrtu,ent of Car
r !", KDviili-a. Whicoiih, Haruess.
e-di-ry. Km , all ol which will be sold
at Very Low Pri m. A full I ne oi Marie
B auki'ii end np f "io njna. All
persons in nead o' ttie above aonds will sava
money by eximinini; our stock before pur-
Oranges, Malaga Grapes, Apples,
Bananas, Lemons, Cranberries.
Pitted Cherries, Evanorated Peachea
Citron, Evaporated Pears,
German Pears, Lemon Peel,
German Cherries, Evaporated Apples .
Orange Peel, Dates, Raisins, Prunes,
Pine A pple Glace, Figs. "
. urs.' ;;,
Almonds, Pecans, Filherta, Eagliaa
Walnuts, Brazil. Nuts. - t
Skaker Preserves Cinten G inger,
Durjdev Jafiis and Marmalade,
Currant, Raipberry, Strawberry anal
Peach Jelly bv tbe pound.
Apple Batter, Mince Meat,
Maple Syrup, Honey, Maple Sugar,
New Molasses, Sugar, Syrup,
Plum Pudding. '
RE L I sHE?.
Curry Powder, Celery Sal', Olives,
Olive Oil, Capers, Mixed and Plaia
Pickles, Sweet Stuffed Mangoes,
Holland, Ptue Apple, Youni' Amer
ica and Cream ifliee-c.
Sl.ii O.c-'-rii'-v. 0 vi!tt Ham,
Vurcchi' istiirc isaucu, ''iiiaiu Cat
sup, Mustard, Pepper Snuon.
Sage, Thyme, Sweet JHurgcriuiii,
Summer Savory. '
Buckwheat Fl ur, Graham Flour,
Dried Corn, Farioa. Tanioea, Sago,
Corn Staroh, Lcnti-ls, llollcd Avena,
Oatmeal. Cracked Wheat, Split Peas,
Rioe, White Peas, May Beans,
Farinoca, llomiuy, Grits, Barley,
"White PeaoT;es, Apricots, Ecg Plum
Yellow Paclirs, Grape-, Nectarines,
Green 3agec, Ciierriea, Pine Apples,
Gooseberries, Bartlott Pears.'
Asparagus, Baked Beans, Peas,
String and Stri&gli ss Beans, Corn,
Tomatoes, Okra and Tomatoes, Okra
Canned Fish and Meats.
Lobsters, Bloaters, Deviled Crabs,
Finland Haddies, Salmon, Sardines,
Mackerel, Shrimps, Russian Cavier,
Cove Oysters, Pisteet, Chip Beef,
Ox Tongue, Canned Beef.
Gelatine, Flavoring Extraote,
leant rowaer, j-iauan uiuu-uuue
Larrabce & Kennedys Cakes and
Creamery Butter, Sweet Cider,
Boston Brown Bread, Deep beat-oa
fish, Shelled Almends.
Whi - Kami ved Alive, in trora
M. in n a hnnrs. with head com
plete, or no obare. No fa-ting required!
no poi' nous u.edioines. f an l) taken with
ease by child r adul. Call or send lor oir
SularsUH. M. MKYBMITH. Specialist,
No. 8 Now Beady
VTKW ILLrSTKATED QTJAJKTEBXT
PnbUahad by Bauav. Bamtsa BiDnLi.Jowelera
0NLY50 Cta. A YEAR
OoTaes..WCta. flllaaapectaittatd. with no rtvaL
PiSMOKINU FIREPLACES. (
TPVBHY hoo kePr knowa aomethini
Hi about 4he troubles eau-.d by smokini
Breplaces, whi-h ar. am.'ag areaUst pal
sancee to be met with. Oi. .I. the ImporUnk
things to ha attended tn la all hMM is tp se.
that Ihe grates are S"t rro:.rly. and that th.
grfplaoes a-a conwctlv ha i It. r. aa.
LKW.sif.ai siy ie ea expert
atthla business, and baa patented some ar
rantemenis that enable him to eoixa-t smoky
chimneys aad lo g,t the srrta'.st heat Iroaa
tha luel. All who want S'epla -es or ohlm
nevs r i medied should apply to Mr. LEMOK.
whee work w'l f've fat'.i.ctlon.
havt ittiusj i.-mm,y lor H K)mi0 sHasate
RHihooaandt ol rasmsol i.ssjssrtMwi kind siil otWt
aUndlUK aavt rvfori ruiitst, lisiltred, sX ItrooK ' T
fftltnla tta mcsw, that I wnil astnd TWO WCTi
FHKtC, torsltir Wttix VAI4)rUs TsHATUtK o
ha lo any aiierar, uitsi mwnm ao r- sn--
YaRIlS LKVKB WDBR.
in ounntlttes tn suit oui-
6ts, trom Lakevtew tou. h. Landinfr. dm -t
prices and nroinpt pay. Apply M tool, it -tiowao
A Co., Aieuiphis, lenn., or on wvi a
J. B. MobAWH A CO.
lint) Watclie at Uulloni r