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SfORJIS AAD .TORMDOES.
BISASIEOCS EFFECTS IX KAX
SiS 1XD MISSOURI.
Still Searching for Bodies at Kana
CItj Crops Destrojed by
Hail and lulu.
Kansas City, May 12. The search
ing the rnins of the buildings wrecked
in yesterday's storm continued until
after niidnijiht and was resumed this
nioruing. The bodies of the dead
children are all out of the Lathrop
School building, but three men are
still tnis-sing who were supposed to be
in the overall factory building. A
meeting will bo held probably this
afternoon to provide, temporarily,
quarters for the county and courc olli
cials and to decide upon their future
action, feme of the officials are in
favor of abandoning the present build
ing and erecting a new court-h use on
another site. The records and papero,
all of which a e save.), will be re
movtd to some convenient building.
The Western Union Telegraph oili
cials report their wires as bring
rapidly replaced and they expected
clear business curing to-d y.
fryer Cclone at Aortoravlile.
Atciiiro, Ks., Way 12 At about
1 1 o'clock yesterday morning a severe
cyclone stnck the town ot Norton
ville, sevmtcen miles souteast of
this c ty, doing f n immense amount
of damage. The Breck block, which
had ju t been completedby .VcCarthy
& Lavs :n, was completely wrecked.
The liank budding, adjoining this,
was d molished ; many dwelling
houses were unroofed and almost to
tally destroyed Iteports from the
surrounding country state that tie
damage to property is very great,
many farm-houses, barns, eti., hav ng
been blown down. No lives were
lost, but many were slightly and a few
Terrific Tornado at LenveoM orlti.
Leavenworth, Kas., May 12.
About noon y sterday a terrilic torna
do, accompa ie i with rain, struck
Leavenworth from the nort'iwest.
Ko fs sid walks and everything mov
able went in its path. The first object
in tin city struct was ih Morris pub
lic school, a four story and basement
structure on the northern lim t of the
city and where HO) children attend A
panic was raised among the children,
and, before the teachers could re-lize
the danger, about fifty rushed out i to
the storm. The remainder were
quieted. No damage was done further
than unroollngthe building. At Bain
& Varney's warehouse in the center
of the city the roof was blown of! into
the street be ow, killing three horses
and fatally, injuring the driver. Oj
the North' Esplanade, where the Mis
souri Pacific Railroad Company is
leveling the bank, a hots was blown
over a hundred feet down the bank
inio the river and killed. The d-ni-agi
'o the crops in the surrounding
vicinity is heavy, whole fields of corn
having been washed from the ground.
f IN MISSOURI. ''
Violent Storm at Oangs City.
Osag City, Mo.. May 12.-The
moBt violent storm that ever was wit
nessed here struck this place about 2
o'clock yesterday af ernoon, lasting
about an hour and a half, during
which time the rain poured in tor
rente so that within ten minutes f 'Oin
the time it began, the st'ee s and
roads were so flooded and covered with
water that drift snd wood floated over
their surface. Fences w re torn down,
trees were uprooted from the ground
and blown in every direction. The
rise in the O aee river, which was
nhont on a stand iu the morning, in
mediately after the storm commenced
to boom rgain, and from 11:30 to 9
o'clock p.m , rose about twenty-six
inches, and is ill rising. Particulars
have been received that the river has
flooded its 'banks two miles south of
here, cousins immense damage. The
river was level with her banks at
o'clock p in. at this place, and this
morning had overflowed, d'iving many
from their homes on tne river oot
toms. No loss of life has been re
ported, but the cr ps in the sur.ound
mg country will p ove a total loss,
and a majority of the fields it will be
necessary to replant.
Great Bamnce at tJrrrn Ridgn.
Giikkn Eiikje, Mo., May 12. This
villaqe sutfered sovo ely by yester-
. (l-ivs storm. Houses were moved
from their foundations, outbuildings
were des roved, fences were blown
down and great damage done to fruit
and shade trees. The glass in me
windows of nearly every building in
town exposed to the fury of the storm
was shattered by hail. No lives were
lost, and nono i f those wbo were in
jured are in a dangerous condition.
Vichy Morions Destroyed.
Hollo, Mo.. May 12 The repo-t
comei from Vichy Springs, twelve
miles north of this place, that the
greater part of that town was tie
atrnvpil hv the storm of last nitrht. A
mcjorily of the residences and many
of the business tdocks were unroofed
and almost onmletelv (ieuiol shed
but no lives Avere lost and only four
persons werrf injured, and they not
Hall and Halo at rerre Bono
Tkrre B inni, Mo., May 12. The
heaviest rain and hail storm that was
perhaps ever known here passed over
this part of the oountry last evening.
The hail-stones fell in ereat numbers
and of extraordinary size, many being
as Urge as goose gge. The iron loot
of the Saint Joseph wo'kswasl terally
r ddled as if by grape shot. Much
damage was done in the breakage of
glass and beating down of growing
Terrific Hall Mono at Mineral Poln
Mihbral Point, Mo., May 12. This
section was visited cy a mos' ter ilic
hail storm yesterday afternoon. There
was bo serious damage done at this
nlace. but it is feared the country im.
mediately south of here Buffered se'
verely. Hail st nes measuring eleven
inches in circumference we-e picked
nn dunne the storm. A colt, belong'
ing to Mr. Frank Hirris, was killed
by being struck with one of these
masses ot ice.
Heavy Rain and Hall at Sednlla,
StDALli, Mb., May 12-Wiprtly
nffpr noon yesterday, bedalia
perienced the teaviest rain and hail
stirm it has known in years. It was
Bcmmoanied bv a heavy wind also,
hut the Kile was of sh' rt duration
Tim cnlvan zed iron cornice on the
nnrtli si 'e of the dome of the new
.court-house was blown off and landed
on the roof, but the building was not
ntlieraise damaacd. In Fast Sedalia
tlu Itljie ksmith shon of W. J. Hen
lri,l;a a friime structure, was raze
to the ground. In various portions of
the city trees were snapped in twain
(luimrli mere itme-tstoir.s, when
signs a;.d awn-ngs were hurled pro
niiaiinn -.av nhout the streets. JiO .U
master Peter Rockwell received tele-
near Neasant H U and little Blue, on
the mam line of the Missouri Pacific,
had been seriously damaged by ths
Hoods In this city the principal
streets resembled rivers, the small
sewers proving wholly inadequate for
the vast volume of water which Ml.
No lofis of life has been reported in
this city or vicinity.
THE ROI- IS A HOST FORWARD
The Farmers Making 'fhemitelvea
Felt amine liilin of Ihe Polit
ical Mtaittlon Haymaking.
IcORBRSrONDlXCI. OF TUI ilTIlL.l
Lonoke. Auk . Mav 10. Owing: to
fa' orbka wea'.tier the crops are in a
more forward state and better condi-
ioa than at this tiuie for tnaov years.
The acreage, tro, is much larger than
nerttotore. bom' are Uie; a lew net
up, but such are very few. they re
quite rain, as it is dryer h?re thin
ever befoie at this season. Generally
the plants look strong and vigorous
and the fields are cleaD. A few have
been injured elightly by cut worms
ana the cotton was mouse-eareu, nut
this was only larely the ca?e. The
outlook as a whole is far bettei than
ever before at thia time, sj the farm
The labor troubles are the ctnt
topic here, and people, generally re
delisted at the Anarch Bt riots, and
all favor a siimma-y disposition cf
them. They condemn in severe lerms
the att'oa of men cot able ti speak
our language, teaching the principles
of liberty and our fiea institutions to
people wbo lounded ana ieteiea
them, while they, the f jrngners in
tbo rsnks.ouropire'Eorsand enemits,
fighting OS and trymg to suppreis us
at wages cf $10 a month, and now ta'k
o us about wbat oar loreuiners
for git for.
The County Central uommiuee oi
the Democratic parly ot Lrmoke
County mit to diy at the court-houee
lo arrange tne detaus oi tne coming
canvass for 8:atend County officers.
The county for some yeari past hHS
been largely Umocratic, but a new
factor in politics is developed iu an
unknown quamity, namely, the agri-
cn'turel wheel. It includes neatly
all the farmers of the county,
and they bave decided to
make themselves masters of the
political situstion with f ir rrc-specte
i f eucceef. Two years ago they con
trolled the vote of several r.ounues,
and, encounged by their success and
largely augmented vo e, propose 10
name the Mat) ticket, tbr.-e Congress
men, the Legislature and most of the
county officers. Home time bsck the
county wheel resolvf d to meet fifteen
dats before the Biimary and decide
who cf the JJeruc erauc cacuuatJB
tfcey, as a body, would support,
whiih means tlect. ana as insy
are mcstly Democrats and have enough
of their order in toe field to make a
full ticket, it is sivine candidate
who are cot wheelers the cramp, and
in the convention to-day resolutions
were adopted requesting teem do, to
do to. but to let every individua
wheeler as a Democrat vote his per
sonal nteference. which, of couree
would leduce the chances ct ne
wheelers and sivelhe Binjon pure poll
ticians a better chance. The wheelers
in the committee explained that they,
as wheelerp, would vote only ir
Democrats and would saotoro the
nominee, but tae retouiion was
HnntAil. no ceiritiye votes beirg cist.
The troubleintoecampis notquietd,
as it looks pre.ty csrtain inn most ot
the party are wheelers and will stick
tj their choice, and leave the other
fed3ws largely in the minority, ice
primaries are to be held on May 29tb,
and the work o' cjmpromising the
wheelers out will bave to bs rjp'.dly
accomplished if at all. The resolu
tions are tco leimthy to begivtn, as
they ate only rf local interest. But
the coitett in in s icciuty digs isir iu
be rither vigorous.
Mr. Harry Hrtcg, late of the South
Africa diamond fields, a milliona r.-1,
and now a dealer in d:amoals in
London, Eagland, after spending sev
eral mouths in Lmoke with his kinv
men Gus Sttaus and A. Hambnr, 1 as
departed f it h's home in London. He
made friends hsra who w.sli him
success. . , t.
Miss Straus, s's'er of Col. Gus
S.raus, and one cf the mott beautiful
youDg ladies ever tere, ha9 a'eo, aitir
si enuing the winter with htr brother,
returned to liar home in London,
Fvery avai'able animal and vehicle
is engaged to go to a foot-washing
about eiht miles north of hers t -moirow.
Thera is nothing that wd'
rjll on wheels or walk on ifgl ttat is
cot ercr'e'd. and the number thut is
going tJ see if people's feet can in fact
be washed is reany iswumuiun.
Whether they doubt the possibility
of washing faet, or wish to see
far tnmselvB that it U not
attnndtd with a'arm'rz ronsfouences.
I am nnat le to say, but I thina if it is
demsnstra el to be harmless that
many will adopt the practice, oroxa
sionaliy try the experiment. It seems
strange that so maDy have not learned
the invftarv of bo simple atbioe as
could have been done any warm night
with a ouart of water and a dime tin
basin: but this is a progressive age,
It U roorled tbat iraias will run
through to- Memphis in a few days,
and the pospectof getting the Appbal
the day oi lis puoncation io yrj
Havmakioir cn the prairies will
soon begin, and icquiries for grass
privileges are general. The grass
sells at from tea to twenty cents per
acre. Any of you havirgpr.iriescan
Hriv m lrcime Irjm H at ores.
Tbe stiawhetry trop is a failure thin
year, and thous nds of dollars usually
derived therefrom win oe misseu.
Scott's F.mnlslon of Faro
Cod Liver Oil, with Hypophoaphit'S,
in Lung Troubls and Cholera in
finlu-n. Dr. W. E. Rirotn, Hart
f d. Ind.. savB : "I find Scott's Emul
on an excellent remedy in lung
troubles, aod especially in Etrumous
children, and a most valuable remedy
in chronic stages oi cnoiera iniau'
lawlMOB tWe Subject of Jealonsy
India NAeoLifl, Ind., Vay 12. Fran
cis T. Hord, Attorney-General of the
State, has been declarrd insane, and
has been taken to the insane asvlum
His mania is that of ungrounded
jealousy of his wife, an estimable lady
of fifty four years of age, end he has
assaulted and th'eatened to kill a rep
utable citizen, who i the victim of
hit jealous rage
The Kaxwrll Mitlr Cae.
Sr. Long. Mo. May 12. The nv
notonoua work of selectiog a jury to
try the Maxwell murder case was con
tinued in the Criminal Court this
morning, and a few more were added
to the fo ty-seven men from a homthe
final twelve wil be chosen. H. M.
I'.rooks, alias Maxwell, still preserves
h s calwe?", and "-,
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL Tl " URSD AY.
THE CMTIX C0M1TTEE
8 TILL TAKISU TESTIMONY, AT
The Brookljn Sngar Krflnm'
Strike Euiied-Tbe. Railroad
Trouble at Indianapolis.
St. Lortp, Mo , May 12. Ee'ore the
Curtin Lbr Investigating Commit
tte to-day eeveral tmp'oye of the Mie
rojti Pacific railrcaJ shop tsstitifd
tbat net only had the March, 188."),
iprement bet n lrr k n, but tt a, its
pios'S'rni had in feveml instances
not even been put into efltcr.
Fa h-r O'Ja y, editor of the Cath
olic HurM, a )ti rector at DaoSo, testi
fi'd t'jai he m w many striken who
wt rj good, brneet men and chutch
members. He saw tbat the comptny
was doing its utn ot to crush the
Kniyhtsof Laho-. using unicrupulous
means lo accotntd'Vi tueir ends. The
catueofibe s'rike be lad studied,
and thcutibt be knew the Knights
wer9 a sone y formed to teach its
members iiis ice and equality, but
lnoking at the entire railway system,
it was cairied on by trickery and
fiaid, being govtroed by tvranny and
utifiirnets from Mr. Gould down to
the lowest subordinate. A seiies of
grievances bad tuged tb9 men to
Birike. io bear out bis alatemenl
ihtt the mint.(ieaaent of tbe coturauy
was a ereiiee of tyranny, be said that
the am ploy fa of tt-e road who were
not Kuigbts of Libir were ifraid to
speak lo members tf that organization
for fear of btiDg discharged.
r track on the Ailvlce ol Their Em
ployers. Philadelphia, Pa., May 12. Sny
der, Harris, Baste t & Co.'s cutters and
trimmers all struck yesterday upon
the advice of the fimi. Tbe men were
counseled to join in the strike in or
dtr that there might b no difficulty
between ttiem and the Knight oi La
bor when the present tioables have
endtd Under of htr circumstances
they would tave continued at wotk
omit r the nine hour system es hereto
fore. The Brooklyn Hoicnr Refiners
Xw York. Mav 12. The strike of
tbe eugr refiners in Urooklyn, E. D
has etded. The strikers tave ur-
reedtred unconditionally, and have
asked f r woik. Those who are taken
ba k will be paid $1 45 a day, instead
of $L 35 at formerly. The hours of
labor will be mora reasonable, and
taymeots w.ll be made twiceamonti,
but what the mea ttruck for pracii
cally was recognition of the r'gUt of
their union to dictate terme, and
there they have failed.
Granted Their Demands.
Phtsbi ro. Pa.. May 12 Tbe too.
sohdut-d ice companies have granted
the dtmttda of thur striking tm
nloyes ijr an advance in wages
per week aod all returned to
A Compromise affected.
Mount Plia'asi, Pa., May
The. strike a at the Standard
Woiks reiurnei to work this mora-
inir. rotnnroiniie bvinit been efltcV
ed Taetinpliyen of uie Morewood
Works are tt If o .t. Fifty Italians ar
riv.ulromew toric fast mgnt to
work on a new reservoir. Tbe Bttikers
at the new shaft, under the impression
tbat they were to take their places
in the mines, atcnad the leaders out of
The Nwitchmen's Ntrlke at Indian
Indianapolis, Ind, May 12 The
switchmen's strike at thia point i a
fa lura, and is io conceded by a num
ber of ihe strikers. Tie n'ght mn
have bten at work ell day trying to
get the day men to join tbm, but so
fur only the Wabash mea have come
out. The men in the other yards re
ma'ned at their pas's. Toe nigbt men
of tbe liiir Four express tbe determu.a
tion to leturn to work to-night, and
the Belt road maoaieis 1 ave MrranKei
for a meeting and compromi e wi h
their men this afternoon. Business
has not been perceptibly interfered
with, and not much trouble is appre
bonded in fully adjusting all difli
The St. I.oiilx liepnty herlfl'
iintved to Illinois.
St. Louis, Mo., Msy 12. Tae rrqni
sitiou papers from L'eat. Go?. Mire
house of this fcUtp, watr.tntii)g the r
moval of the E.ist St. Louis deputy
sheriffs who fired upon a crowd o
strikers on the CahokU bridge Apr:
last, from this city to Illinois, were ie
ceived some days airo by the author!
ties here, but tbo fact ha been kept
secret uiilil lo-dav. for the nurnrss o
guarding airaits: any ironi.l which
miuhttttend tbe trantfr of the mea
to the Belleville. III., jil.
At roon to-day, (ha deiuiie3 wete
taken from their cells at the Four
Couns in this city and transferred to
the union depot in covered carrisgfs,
whence they were placed upon atraiu
boand for Belleville. Upon arrivirg
at the iHiter place, they were quietly
taken to the jail and held to await
their trial. Tbe trantfer of tbe pris
oners was made so quicklyand quietly
thfet no one became aware of it until it
had been comp eted and the antici
pated outbreak by the tympatbizers of
the victims of the deputiea was
BR. C. HclAHE'S
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WnM I I O III
L. D. MULUHS. .1 UU J. R. Boimin k Co.
Cotton Factors &Commission Merchants
No. 1 Howard's Row. Cor.
Fulmer.T hornton I Go
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
ItOfS Front irot. t t. entlili. Onn.
U ARD rl.AHIHe.KIIA, HAVT-TAKB.
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring,
SLEDGE BROS., of Como, Miss,
. HAS Front Street
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factor
And Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front
N. RAINKY deroUM hli wholo time to th welihlnf nd ! of all Cotton tntrmUi)
to nnr ohnrffa. Cotton Wwrohnuww. Wwwhlnirton wtrwt.
A.NDREW BTEWART, New Orlean.
STMT. GlllI & CO.,
NO. 856 ASD 858 ITiOMT 8TRKET, ItEMPlIlW, TENS,
STEWART BROTHERS & COMPANY
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WF.W ORf,FAWH. LOriSIAWA
ECrab Orchard Water;
I Onnlno Crnh Orchard Salt" In walud
I CR8 ORCHARU
TEWCO.. Pron'ra. "IMQIVJiKt
Oils d&3 DXTctTTctl JStoaro
OIHpp. 349 Front Ntnwt. IHpinphiH, Tenn.
J. A. BAILEY.
J. L BAILEY & 00,
W "O" mK
336 S eoo iu! Ntreet, Hff eitihls.
a Minn AVn OOMPI.RTK KTOfiK OP
J Mnt-rinl". I'imit. Orivn VV-IU, Tr.n .
AND TRUST COMPANY.
J AM KB B. KOULSSON,
T. II. MII.1IURN,
wDenoiita received in irimi of VI snd
arWi buy and ell local Invejtment
trusteea, and, iu general, execute any
r.11!.'.... 4nA. In innl to lnltr.nrrha.erl. on all hartj of Eoropa.
M" We hare a eominndioun Vaalt for the
our euatomen, " v "w.v.
1). P. HIDDEN, rrenliient.
JAttFS NATH. rAhitr.
A P TPIC'A WFI
MAY lit. 1SS0.
JA8. TONGS'. I.U of J. W. Cald-.11 k Or
Front and ITnlon. mph.
(tolling and Codar rosts.
F. K. .NORFLEET, Resident Partner.
St., Memphis, Ten,
AHDREW D. Q WYNNE, Mam
A Homi-.lv for all mwiip of tlir Urr,KI.I-a
nfra. auimara mni lumrii, A t"in' I
iir Inr ' pin. mtrm
:n.tlnwlln. IHmw. 1 lo 9
un.llpnllon. llfnu. I lo J K'iu.puuiitul.
at .. I ... I '. . I tt Mn 0,.t. Ill tl., Ult M.1
Q. E. WITT.
IS 3ES 3ES JSJ ,
PLUMBKrtS. OAS AND KTRWI FITTERS
l.i.a - 1 nn-l nn KItIii-. Olnh. V.t
O. W. T0MLIN. WM. BENJE3.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
TomliQ & Benjes,
170 llaln St., MemphlH.
Offer iraoial Induoamantu in Opatt Bntrglat
of our own mike, at l6; Top lluaaiei ol
our did make, at 1120. All work '
rantatl. Call before you kuy.
aar flariiK dlrponad of our entire atoek ot
Vehiclea and the Manufacturing itonarW
ment to Mourn. T0ML.IN k BENJhS, we
beieak for them a oontinuanos of the
pa'.roDMS io lonf sitended to ui
CAWKTAUK H A H ItWAHR 0()M?ANT.
J. O. HANDWERKER
BAV1U 1". UAUDKN,
JAMItn A. U1ISI.KII,
hWU. KHUUMM1 IU,
upward, and Interest allowed on Bam fjamt-
Bonda and Seonrltlet irenerally, pay taiea, aot a
financial bu.ineka requirinna tale androaponalble
deponit at valuablea, which If at the aarrioa '
EWD. (JOI.DSMITU, VIce-PreHident
n n n
ii ii ii
Thmffh palnfiu and wearing almrst hef,
euilunuuw, knot au Incurnl.liulww IX t
ed In tluie. KfrtiHiw tin olhi'r illnrnno h,
hMitlftl t)i. eitiwtjtul th-H'tico Mid meiliciii
Ihia, butalliirta tviwit) hiwl"" iidlwwi'n
frt.-sB wlili-ll tUKKS KHtLU
UUIWU UJf iuij " " -g
WHAT THEY BAY: I
"TOlttiALDflt to Atliuf .11 thnt i. tt wtl1 1
U. O. hfcUTLKl, U. It., 0utnl'I
FOR BALK IIV AM. UnUOOWTl
A. A. MFLLIFP. R..1. Pr-wri-tor. 7"
THE LIYERIilORE FOUNDR
.-!. hi- i. hihiiivv ikiriii
riti .Mriti ix jiAviia" a
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
lPtiiior lo thts lutwrtme
Casilnas, 4 i.
NY 111 IN
I. HOH A
a-Wrlls nl lor lnlurmutlnn on A
Lute of Meicha
.1 M If A W .
Lat of J. b. Pa; A Sod. Lte of Meachfttn 1 1
GROCERS & COTli
:H')0-3(12 Front t.,5
Itrliikloy, Ark., Miiuu
YELLOW PINE AND
Doom, Kwh, BIIiiJh, nvmwtl rittorintr,
av Our frtnllltlei r uniurpmeu or anr 'wimii m in
irioorins, t'oillnn, Mining, oio uuinoer nu -rirn i-,
Lumbor of ll dimtuisni. W mks lbs whulunal.
No.'124 Jefferson Street
" nii I Ann J?, II
UILLiHSBU Us V,
Ittr VuHh AHiiohi lo Merolmni
Wholesale Donler and Pabi
Sola Aiante tollowlnf Tlrtt-OlsM Inr
Steinwav IM,1 X
ssr A NKW T-OCTAVK PJANO FOR
Wrti (or CnUloimwi. Now. 92:1 fa ml V'lli WKf
TAN rf mrVn trn
KELLY, ROPER & Ell
Grocers & Cotton F&
LARGEST BREWERY IN Al
S. HOESCfLLR. Agent, SleiaxiiiisJ,
Bal.s Ira 1883, 80,0(KI Hnrrrla ...',,"
W. A. GAGE k
WOODLAWN STOCK F.
aorea N)aorea i
water all the year
Tariety. I am now prec
araded Btock, ilnrie, O
be lad to correspond w
wbat they re.imro. 1 hi
M AKKa,H A V-lla
Uarkaway won (.real
following day w.(jjj
aoi ure r.:.iji
AHI PEAI-EK I
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a nffMTJ t?n D
W. L. Douglns f i
In Button, Laoe
ril.lr.t(1 Rt III o
Mailed Free on
. aamaH Hnllllllff WOF
Nnlcs of Wi-iiiltMs Brunch,
N i. located within four mile, of urt t Zi .had.
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