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MEM PD IS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY' SEPTEMBER 29. 1886.
TtEDSEMUI, t I feEPr. 89. 1886
ROB BUT L. TAYLOK, of Wellington.
, FOR CONGRESS,
JAM 13 PHF.LAN. of Shelby.
Bit, CEOHUK A tASDIDATB,
Among tba American citins nn
cotnocted with official position who
have a'.Uined an eminent standing in
the public raRard, is Mr. Henry
George, anthor of Progreu and Pov
rty, a wo k that baa attr&ctcd
much attention among tn people,
both in this country and in Earope,
and who ie now the. workiugtnen'i
tandidate for Mayor of New York.
M r. George was born in Philadelphia
in 1830, acd ia of English detcent. In
his early years he was first a print r,
then a mercantile clerk ; at 16 be
tarred sailor, but after a single trip
took to punting again, and at 20
went to Gal forcia, where he was first
a prin'er then a reporter, and offer
wtrd managing editor of tl e Calif jr
nia Pott. Originally a Republic in, in
1870 he joined the Deinacrat'c fa'ty.
In ! 881 he wcut s a correspondent to
Ireland, where the aulhoritiei were
ah urj enough to arrest him, but the
American Consul to in eeturtd h's
discharge. He made a very BticcioBful
lic'uro tonr in EnglaLd, and later
in Scotland. Bt side PrcgreM and Pov
erty, l.ehrs puni shed The lrith Land
(jiuntion, Social ProUemi, Protection and
Free Trade, and La witten extensive
ly in American snd EDglifh mana
xlnts. He married in rarly life, and
enjnyg dorucst'c life wjih his wife and
four children iu New York. Tbe
working people of Ntw York railed on
him a short time ago to btcomo a c;t
cidate for Major of that city, but be
rtfuerd nnlcsi the ra'l should be
signed by 3O,C00 voters, tazb conltib
utinttl toward the tltction This
p ropcsition first aroused Batoniehment,
then enthusiasm. Tbe s'gnalnres weie
, obtained, and Mr. Gecr,;e is a candi
date, and, in the words of the Louis
ville Courier-Journal, "that bo will
jr. ve a ttror.g candidate goes without
saying.t His ability and standing as
author, superior scc'al paslt'oo, manly
and genial characteristics aid honora
ble career," will win for him strong
support from many beside the devoted
mo.klrg psople. Tbe B ston Adver
. lutr says: "II tbere should be, as
aesmsnnt improbable, ba'f a drs n
candidates, in the confer t, M'. George
- wyi have g fair chares of eltctlon
firce .th unions which lave unit-
"edlopnt him foiard, claim a member
ship of 63,000." Tbe Mattorm of
principles upon which Mr,
stands is called "A Declaration of
R'gh's," at d is in several respects pe
culiar, It favors abo'lshirtg piyment
for tie erjoyment (.1 what God bas
given .'or ajj opposes monopolies; op
firsts making railways and talegrapbs
a means of oppressing the people
and aggtandizlng wealth and power:
favor aholisliiug laws, which give to
soma citisins judicial, Industrial or pc
lltival advantages not equally shared
by others ' Itclaima the rectification
of abuses It names in the gove-nment
of Neiv York, especially equality for
rich and poor in the courta; no inter
fering by the police in peaotf.il as
semblies; inapt ction, sanitary and for
s-ifity of buildings; direct employ
ment of labor Instead of contracts to
lead to fraud acd tbe oppression c f
woikruen; equal payment of both
- exea for equal work ; opposes build
ing contract' d tfnementi while large
r areavm rot built upon; requires
' laxrB to Le la d upon land, irrespective
of impiovoaen s, and not upon build
ings or improvements. It declares
( that the er.oiruou value given to land
. by the p.ecence cf l.&OO.iOO of people
belongs to tbe piop'e, and should not
go to enrich individual and ccrpori-
inn; and th inoimous profits fiom
iitmnl tra( spc nation ehould goto
thsiitien, ihua stopping strikes and
orpreiVo- s, and devoting the wealth
ariting from tbe population to the
community whnsn pr teres creates it.
' Looking at tbe immense wealth
which the E iiilish na n from the cct
tin rbey imio't from this country,
and how I i ni the proceeda of our cot
ton fucli p'a' o as Mancheft-r, O d-
bam, Sta'ey Bridge have been built,
tbe Appeal bas on many occasions
wkfd why we, and not thi English,
ehon'd t ot ta ettls enormous weeltb
To tiki, k t) at we, who grow tbo best
cotvn in the wor'd, ehould import
f:!0,0D0,0C0 woith cf rot'.on mnofact-
u es a y' r is liko flyinst in the fece
of pr vi lr uite hi d rebtliously refusing
t nv.ll o ir e'vrsof ihe prjciou9 gift
i" ha coufmrud upon uc. The New
Orients Picayune hai an article upon
lhaiuhj c tiiitdnuMilr nuly crest
a teitiuti nut aroiHA resolution to
maiuUr'iiro oupboIvcs tlie cotton
our so I p nine s. Ate tha K -.glieh
ea fiii iio .eu9-i iuvtntion, and
eo r. o on ', y our ni 'B'era iu skill,
tlmt triy cuu iifCfiniplinh wbat is
b y.iiul i ur pr.w?.r? If the Eng'ish
cuu muno.'n'tu e cMtm up o the
li teat gratis eiinio', wh? Hva tha
Engli'h ntiiio lienvin-sent p-wer to
iinike WHa!t' enough out o( cotton t)
liui d v:i-)' ti is, while we are mere
wif.-i g'owins; fir them tbe raw ma'
t r a! .' bar hnlped 1 1 mike E: g i h
;. uf u:tiut-r8 the vea'thiis'. people
. nriili-r iliu i u ? To thii k of ihs vabt
row r thst hjs bean iu cur tat.d', and
b i-ee a to t-iu c. un ry enriol el t y it
it is whiln cur ci.fou g oe-Sfr)
t ilirg i n 'roin jenr lo year, huss mir
th it g bit i'rly irritatirg about. Must
v o slill g 1 on ai we hva ('one 7 Still
pull the ho', cheitLuts out of 'he fire
cf tbe 8 )Utvwr.iBun for tbe e.tligof
the rol . rtoltd Enyliith otu n spift
aei'7 V'itb our"on importation of
$30,000,000 wort 1 of cotton goods a
year, we certainly ought to have
encouragement to turn oar own
material into go.dj that could be
made saving tbe passage to Europe tad
bcr. Tbe past bas been sacrificed,
tbefaluieis before us, and from the
iccresse sbown in tbe figures supplied
by the Picayune we sie net without
hopes that we shall have American
rot on maiuffcturcd by Americans.
The present farms show a total of 235
mills in twelve Southern 8 ates
North Ca'olica bas 73, (Georgia 61,
8: uth Carolina 30, Tennessee S8, Ala
lama 20 and of 1,130,249 spindles
Georgia bai 354,152, North Carolina
45,630, South Carolina 216,114, Ten
netree 83,503 acd 24,673 looms. This
gives an increase over the cenam fig
ures of 1880 ot 71 mills, 603,889
srindlep, and of 12,334 looms. The
corsumptien of ' American cotton
gocdsat the lame time hzs increawd
192.318 bales a total of 188,748 in
1880 against 381,0e6 in 1886.
Tbe fisheries dispute is warmly kept
up by both Caadiensand Easterners,
ard the three maritime Canadian
provinces threaten tl secede frcm the
Doo inion union unlets rouiething is
dote to restore the'r hsttrjde, while
Gloucester, and Portland, andctler
Eas'ein fishing towns, sre claiming
tbat l hey will keep what advantages
thy have got but yield nothing. Ths
Biitish government areeaid to have
forwarded to Caned a plan of a treaty
to set tie the whole dispute. There is
little that is new. in it, but it jroposcs
that both countries shall impost each
others fl h free o' duty. The Yankee
finbermen indulge in mrst unpu i
tian'c oalbn at this, tnd twear they
mutt have tbe dollar a barrel "protec
tion" cgnirmt Canads. This is pur
greediness and oppOiition to fair deal
i nr. For i ars that f re e f zchac ge ex
ist ed end with no damage to the East
ernrrj. Tfce fact Is, they like making
othe r people although fish eating is
principally among the pool !o pay (o
incraao their profits. Tbe ciunt y
may get into a var through their
greed, but tbey bold up for their dol
lar a barrel tax levied upon Ameiican
citir.jr.8, war tr no war. Our absurd
tiiiffis always doing mischief or mak
WHAT kVPrOBTS fcll.TKB.
Tbe quostlon Isaeked: "ICthe (evenly-:
hree cent dollar clrculat as for a
bundled cents, why Is it objee'ed to 7"
B-csute if Is not the dollar it calls
iteelf, but only ceventy-tbtee cents.
Take a bit of papor not worth a cent,
and make of it a check for 5 on a goud
bank, and it will soil and exchange for
5, became the bank will pay that
iaio.ui un-preaouwiiiou , uui iud uii
o' papor is worth no more tban before.
Present the silver dollar at the Treas
ury and a gold dollar will be given for
it, but tbat dollar is still worth on'y
seventy-tbree cent?, and should the
government at any time cot have
enough gold to exchange for the dol
lar, tbat coin, will. ny circulate for
seventy -three cents. This would be
hidden, however, from tboss who
dou't know the rop?s," by saying
gold is 27 per cent, discount, as was
tbe fa hi' n duiing the war. But will
not the government always give a gold
dollar for the seventy-tbree cant dol
lar? It cannot-a time must necessa
r ly come wlnn the gold on hand will
be less than the amount of dollars
preented, then Ihe latter will gidown
to the valui of its bullion. Last week,
of the payments for customs du
ties 74.4 per cent were made
in gold, 17.9 in legil tenders, and
only 7 7 per cent, in silver. In
the early part ol 1885, when the de
partment was foiclng the use of silver
certificates at the subtreasurier, the
payments at the New York cuatom
bouse averaged 27 per cent gold, 32
per cent, legal tenderj, and 41 per
cent, til vor. Had the amount if silver
iesued a year and three-quarters ago
been persisted in, or had Ihe people
fallen in hue with the "pot-lid" dol
la'sluBtead of being dispu ted with
them, then the 73 per cen. cf gold
and paper going in'o tbe Tieasury
would have compelled paper and sil
ver to be paid out instead of go d, and
the dollar, unable longer to command
lOOcxnt, would sink down to the
bullion valu. That catastrophe is
avertsd now only by tbe diligent
watchful nee s of the Treasury officials,
but tbeir work is like balancing a
pole, and balancing cannot always be
kept up. There must be a solid foun
dation to make a struatur s f ),
rrlilluB far Aalgunic-at of D
Wilmington, Dm, , September iS.
In tie Orhant' Court here t day a
petition for aBB!gtinint of dower was
presented from one Martha (loughley,
of England, wbo claims to be the law
ful wiJ( w of ttiH Ute Henry B. Cou t
ney, of the Diatioud Match Com
pany, and entitled t) a chare if bis
Inrco uitn'o. Mr. Courtney aim left a
widiw and farm y her?.
firm Conilut'lor of Charm,
CiNoiNNATr, O., September 2S.-The
Musich) Feaivu' Assoc! itiou hes
ffl;oau Prof. C'l Rttr, ot Pit sb org,
IV, rs conduotor of tbe cborun, iu
n'aosof Arthur Mees. rasioued. Prof.
li Iter will ri'akc Cincinrati hi hotve
xi.d will begin his duties h re Octo-
bjf 18 h. .
Arrvnleil for Anaaull and Ballory.
Jursky City, N. J., September 28.
Mirs Mnm'e Gannon, t'.e voung lady
wh: enwhided K p irter Lnbart la
night, wat bi rested f ir assault snd bnt-
turyon Ini complaint today and held
to uwait ihe actirn of the grand jury.
Dot Wrnlher aINiw Tork.
Nlw Yohk. Pontember 28. Thn
wumt.iT la innuflera'ily hot and close
this it orninp, snd g Vis evidence of an
continuing. The eianita bieith of
ar Htriinp. Th internstioaal yscht
race is aa imp s ibitity today,
Consiukr Tonqalini a very valu
able remedy lor neuraliiia snd rheum'
atism. Have used ii with good e fleet
and can cmnmond it,
J0. 1. Hamilton. M. D..
Orak Orchard, Mo
tiik mm OFFICE
AT AKO THE AMERICAN
The Reported Fishery Treaty Is a
Fabrication General Euro
' peaa Hews.
LoKDor, Ssptflmber 28. The For
eign Office and United States Legation
authorize the statement tbat the
report telegraphed from Ottawa that a
new fit her y treaty bad been effected
between the Ui ited States and Canada
is an ervtire fabrication, and that no
sucu treaty bas been p oposed by
Mr. tladatoae's nnoarblcraerloualy
London, September 28. Mr. Glad
stone's daughter, wife of the Rev.
Henry Drew, is serious' y ill, and there
is great anrltty at Hawarden about
The Irlab Halliwul Leasee.
Dcblin, September 28. Mr. Timo
thy Harrington announre i at tbe fort
nightly meeting cf the Irieh National
League t day O at since the last meet
ing $16,000 in donations hid been re
ceived by him is treasurer. He
add. d toet sn enormous increase
in evictions throughout Ireland
mi:8t row bs expected, and said
the It ague would devote all
dor.atioi s received to the work rf re
lieving parcon evicted. John D. lion
raid pea' e In Ireland row depended
on the action of landlords. Two thou
eand families are now under Lotice ( f
ev cti n. Winter is coming end it is
a'ready impera iv ttal the Iristi pec
ple thould ccmbine to help one an
othtr and reeitt w tMn the law the
attempted tyranny of the landlords,
final victory being c;itain if tais re
sis'ancA ia maintained.
Mr. Dillon raid, in concluding, that
t';e tenants w ull accept the Ash
b rte act ai sop, but would res'st co
ercion. Jrseph E. Kenny, M. P. for Cnrk,
Mid tbe tenants wou'd fight with their
bicasto Ihe wall agiintt threatened
sir. Harrington appealed fo the
branches if ths lrague to sunsrribs
liberally to the fund for evicted ten
ants. Mr. Dillon declared that the Com
m'esion of Inquiry was a fraud ard an
impoature, and tbat n jbody would be
lieve in its honesty and impartiality.
If the eviction of tenants continued it
must touch landlords upon their nio;t
tender point, their pockta.
tnabl Comply Wltla Ranla'a De
Sofia, September 28. Tha Bulga
rian Minibtry are still discussing Rus
sia's demands, made ihrcunh Gen.
Kaulbars, tbat tbe political prisoners
in Bulgaria bi released, and the state
of Hi giiased and all parties ter
mitted to vote freely for a great ataem
bly to elect a successor to Prince Alex
ander in return for tbe Czar's protec
tion. It is underttood that tbe Minis
try will oourtoous'y te 1 Gen. Ksulbars
they r. gret tbat toev are unable to
comply with Russia's demands, be
cause compliance would.iovolve vioia
t ons of tbe Bulgarian constitution.
Meeebrr and Wife Entertained,
. London, September 28-Th'e Con
gregaiimal Bosrd of Ministers formal
ly enttr aioed the Rev. Henry Ward
B echer and h's wife this afternoon in
Memorial Ha'1, in Farriogdon street
Trie ecteitaiument was inauguia ed
with a "tea" end concluded with a
"meeting" Tee Rev. John Nunn.
preeident ot tn board, pres dea and
nretentrd Mr. Beecher with an ad-
dnss of welcome in behalf ti the Con
grejiatioi.aliata f England, t) which
the American clergyman replied in en
eloquent and characteristic manner.
Kiot l rnrls Dedication.
Paris. September 28. A riot took
place today during tho unvei ing and
deitlca ion of the S'atue of Armsnd
Biirhes. the Red Reiiublican colleague
of Blaoqui, at Carcassonne, in the de
partment of And. The committee
Laving the ceremonies in charge were
nearly all modemis s. Tbe revolu
tions ts b' r ime provoked at this pre
dominance in ma caee of such a con
spirator as Barbes,wbom they regarded
as one ol their creed, and attempted
ti control the domonttrat'on them
selves. In this they were misted by
the committee, assisted by the police.
The revolutionist gathered reinforce
ments and made an open nvni tor ros-
tro1 of the situnthn. With led flags
rlymg, tbey a saulted the incksrd
Site, tweaking down the ba rter.',
tram tiling over women snd cLildren,
and driving tue modoratists and their
police allies aav from the place.
Blotoua Soclallat aroeelon.
LmPf io, September T8. Four hun
dred lotialiats today made a demon-
st'a'lon by marching thr. ugh tbe
stieets with tbe expe lt d socialist
leader Schumann at their head, wav
ing ted flags and denouncing the gov
ernment. Tbe police attacked the
procession snd attempted to capture
the red flat. The locialieta beat the
officer bark aft' r a e ubborn fight in
which many on both tides were
wounded. The police eat reinforced
and returned. This time they euc
reeded in disperairg toe socialists,
capturing seven, Sibumann included.
II Doe Not Dare M spear.n
Linoi. September 28. Ru sill,
Li e-al Unionist member of P-rlis-meut
for Tyrone, iutimated his intern
t on to attend the demomtration at
Duns:annon Thursday to meet the
charge ot the Nationalistr. He does
nut care op rear. Disorder is exnect-d
and extra piij-e will h on i.a.d.
Welnh Harp Kegnlta.
London. Sontomber SS.-Tne Welsh
Harp Ueiiatta has been fixed f r O, to
brOt'i and lltb. (ioodmen, Rubexr,
Ne's n, Tereyecke Bi'd llauitn lave
etiteiert. Beech did not meet Hanlan
vesieiday, to accept the latter's cba -lenge.
Jnternnlloi)nl Nweepatnttea Kesjatta.
London, September 28 Eitries for
thn Intcnut'onal ewi-eprtakes rcgitta
are closed. Uis?, Teemor and other
whII known sonlltrj have entered.
11 'nan declined to enter, but denated
$100 to tbo R"gat'aCommi'tee.
a able rinhra
CossTANHNori.t, September 2S. Sir
E lwa -d Tro'U ou wi.l Ibrvs for Lot
London, Septon ber 23 Mrs. Par
nell depar ed from Liverpool tor Avon
Lindon, September T8 Dr. Manr
sell his abated routs 'O his tenants at
Ash'ord, County Lloieriik, 20 per
Romb, S.-ptenibflr 28. Sirce the lutt
repo:t theie liave b'cn fou teen
deaths fr.Mu cholera snd tweLtyix
new caas in Italy.
Trades Valoaa and tbe H. of L.
Phil DKi.piu a, Pa., September 28.
Mers. Will am Wethe cf Pittsburg,
i; j. Mcuai e ot uieve and, Adotpli
Stratser of Buffalo, Chrietopher Ev
ans of H ra'gbtsville, O., and P. J.
Fi zpvtrick of Cincinrati, comprising
tbe Standing Comm tree cf trie Na
tional and Iutnrnational Trades
Ucions, selects 1 at a convention of
that b.dy he'd in th's city
in May laet, were in cinfereoce
today with ths Gereral Execut ve
Board of tbe Knights of Labor. I be
csmmlties hsd pritr nted t the Gen
eral Aesembly of tbe Kiights of Li
bor at O eveland the ir a-y proposed by
tt e trade nnione, and tbe oo f. rence
with the Kolghti i f Libor cfllcials to
day was for the pur pone cf inkmgsps
towards securing (jome deii&i-ve ncion
at the hands of the for hcomir g Gic
eral Aesembly at Ricbmor d, Va. The
committee received from Grand Mas
ter Workman Powderly, and tbe o her
members of tha Kxecu'ive Board, the
most positive ascuraLces mat tbey
would uss avery endeavor at Ricn
mood to eetabliai proper ard satl-fc-tory
relations with the Trades Unions.
The c-mmHtee tt is ever ! g issued an
address to the Trades Unions on the
mbject . -,
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
FIUST CABINET MEEriBTQ OF THE
Tho lnillnn Territory and (lie Okla
homa Tramp-Neereiary Man
Bins; Poatal Hater.
Wassington, Heptem'-er 28 The
first meittrg tf thn Cabine' eince tbe
President's return was held a the
Whi e Housn t its hftert oon. Tbera
were preset.t ScretRry Lamar, Post
matter General V las, ActmSecie'sry
Fa rchild and Auti g Stcretirv Jer.ks.
Tne o'h-r mrm'reis of the Cabii et ere
cut of tr.e iit. but ir is expictl tbat
n l except Secretuv Manning wil b-t
herein tme to attend tha meetings
next week. T day's siss;on lasted
nearly thren l oins, at d so hr sb cm
be leirned wes Jevot id entiiely to the
censideratioa of rnutine quessiocs
penuirg before the departments rep
icssnted. Free From Intruders.
Wash ngtos, September 28. The
InteiiorD parment is informed by a
report ol Capt. Pi ice, of tbe Fl th
Cavalry, camped on Cii ocio Creelr,
Iodin Territny, received through
t'jw Wa' Depar ment, that tbe part uf
Oklahoma, t etween Beaver end Still
water counry, is fee from intruding
white men ad cattle; ttat the
"booncers" have gone to work on Ihe
ai.ways now bunding on ihe State
line aod through the 1 d an Territory,
aud that their rcogn:s-d leaders, in
clud ng Op. Couc1', have assorrd
Capt Pries that n fur;ber attempt
wiU be made ti tccupy Oklahoma in
opposition to tbe present poltcy tf
the givernmnt, aud that they will
wait and respect the decisic n of Con
gress. Secretary Manning- aud (be Trena
Washington, September 28. Secre
tary Manning -will not take bis place
at the bead of the Treasury Depart
ment on October Is-, but, it is thought
by those who onght to know, he wi 1
be fnndat his desf as sxn as rea
sonably cool neither, sets in. His
physlc ann have advised him not ti re
turn tfnraebii'Ktomrhile there is a
possibility of a h t eeH, aid be will
follow tber advice. Wben he done
retorn4o,.hia jtflioe, ife is cettiinthat
Mr. Manning will not undereke ;o
wo k so, hsid a in thrj past.. He wili
hi relievad by his asslstan B as far as
possible , of tbe mi rely routine wort,
and he a Ul find , the): the demands
upon ixii, strength wilt hot be so great
atuvwflfe.. .,tv r i-.. . . .
Raised to She Presidential Class.
Washington, Septemhsr 28 The
following fouitu class p st filets have
been laised to te P.esidential class:
Knox, Pa. ; Midi nburg, Pd. ; Schoyl
kill H.ven, Pa. ; Cdlbfr ga, Ca'. ; AU
mosa, I a).; Lamonre, D. T. ; Mayv lie,
D.T.j LporteCty, Ia.; W.namao,
Ind. ; Ashland, Ka'.; Manka o,Kaa.
New Kiows, Kas ; Pleaanton. Kas.j
Bridgeion, Me ; b'ou'.h Berwick, Me. ;
Fowlerville, Micb.; Leelie, Mich.;
Mendon, M'ch. ; Moieaci, Wi h.;
Poitemou'b, Miob.j Cnsdroo, Neh. ;
Crei on, Neo Dohhs Ferry, N.Y.;
Darlington C. H., S. O. ; Lagrange,
Tex ; Augurt', Wit. ; Hitlshnro, D T.;
B -r o, Fla. ; Lemons 1 1 ; Elkader, I. ;
Galena Kia ; Norron, Kas. ; Machias,
Mo.; Redwood Falls, Minn ; Inoi
aocla, Neb. ; Hinsdale, N. H. ; Hender
son, Tex. .
ChanRes la Postal Rates.
Washington. September 28. Tbe
fo lowing chat gn have neen made in
posial rates:' Bai.k checks, diafts
nd similar printed forms, such a
deeds, insuran e lolicie', etc., wi l
hereafter go Ibtough tbe mai's as
third cla s rflitter, t tbe rate of one
cent for two ounces. This will in
clode checkbooks or books of blank
drafts, but not ordinary ble.nk books
which are luurth c a s matter, one
cent an ounce Ubei lea, dratts, potir-tes
and other such papers fi led up with
writing will be ciuvgad lettsr postage.
Dividend In Faror of Creditora.
Washington, Hept mber 28 The
Comptroller of th Currency bas dt-
clered a third divider. d of 5 per rent.
in favor of the cieditus of the Fir.n
Nat ooal Bank . f Leadville, Col. Tois
makes in ' all SO per eteni. on claims
proved, amounting to about 200,000.
The New Civil Hervlee Kates.
Washington, September 28. Civil
Service Commissioner Og esby had
a consultation with the r res
ident, yesterday, upon the nsw
civ.l service lules. Oa cf
the new ru es will bavethe effect of
removing fie ctutoity of applications
from the app inting . flicerr. All can-
AiAt m Inr unn iitiin,n..ts will ha tp.
qoired t ) filf he:r applications with
the LiOcai cxaniining uoaros. me
question cf the iuls as submit ed by
e a rnmmiinn ul I It. alfiCA. 1-.'-
ceivji thn approval of hw Pe-iUiLt.
Tbo Custom House at t'harleaton.
W iBttivnTnil. niitAm)ior 4 t.pl.
ecr?m vas received at thn Trea'uiy
Depar'ment tcdi.y fiom Mr. Dcavei
taux, Biipr-rin emlunt of the cns:om
v.. ...a. a. nni.r)pRtnn. Rsvlnor that, t.hn
uuiigi v - , - j - - rt - - " - -
si oik of earthquake yest"rday tifter-
m on CHUB a a eenuua uiep autmimt ui
the west portico if the (loveroment
Vinllilinur art much to at t) uetfHeita'o
clcs i e th-t entrance to loe Dutiaing.
m . n, i . a 1 l I.. ...I .
The pjetomce laiepuriau as auauiuwiy
Wasuimiiton. Sent ember 28. The
President today coma: fan oned Charles
H. Sehmick, to ho poe .master at Lee
toitia, O., and Frank T. Lvnch to be
pietuiasier at ixivenwcrth.
The Ilevol"'!"" In San Domingo.
Havana. September 28. Sat Do
ningo advices of ih 17th irstint Bey
thai the retie's were dofeotcd kt
AsuacAte. th irles being fiv killed
and six wounded. At Cierra the
lebe's lost 6-ven killed and tan
wounded, and one msn was token
nrisoner. Aiiors the killed was Gsn.
Tabares. Tb6 government toiees lost
only one killtd and one wounded.
BA61NO IK MONTGOMtBf COO
As Well as In llllaois, Whero the
Federal and Mate Auihnri'irs
Are Irjing to Sfamp It Oat.
Washington, feptember 28. Cjm
miBeioner Cotman, of the Bureau of
Agriculture, bas received a letter from
Dr. Salmop, dated Chicago, Septem
ber 25th, in which he bjjs, in r.f r
ence to the outbreak of pleuro pnea
moniaattbat city: "Smcs telegraph
in; yon I have had tbe wach
strenathened at the infected ettbles
to prjv. n animals from being remove-'.
Thera aie twenty nine men
now employed, making an expense of
190 a day. This was necssaiy in order
to g've the Sttte Board tim to dtcide
what disooaitioo could bt made of tbe
cattle I regard tb quarantine now
as perfectly safe. It is very impor ant
to have an early insrecuon uf sime
d stricts in this vicinity." A lit t cf
names of six experienced veterinary
turtema is inc osed in the letter, wi h
a request tbat they be appointed for
inspection service. Dr. Sdmori says
with th's force, which pi ed nut be em
ployed longer than tbras or four we eke,
he au very soon determine tha extent
of toe ijHj.ectic n.
W. liioK for Action nr the Slate An
iliorltlea. Chicago. III., September 28 The
Bo-iid of l.iva Stoox Commieeioneis
rettirnerl today aud xlsi'ed tho places
w; e;e the tHit'e are qui.r.n it eu. The
bo-.rd Bte now val iug or ac i n ly
ihe Sluts feuthontiee, A lei-'vt bus
be-n f rwtrdid to Sj.rngfl Id and
Wast ingto , and any other ac.io'i
bat is tube i will c ma from thn au
thorities. Prof. Shlii;0t, Ch'.ef of the
Buieau r f Animal Ii;dusiry,. be ieves
tta' a 1 the eninals have been qunr
a&tined, ard that ihe supposed plague
cm be e n rolled within pre em um
i s Prof. Salmon sid it would cost
toO.OOO or $60 0(0 to indemnify the
owneisif ibe ad'ected CAttle for the
(daughter of tbem. He did not
know what fu-ther action would be
taken by tbe board, but every effort
would be madnt) rid the city snd
Sate of tbe dieeare. Pcof. Salmon
will remain here for a few days and
then no to Ott eaa, Canada, to inspect
tbe ey-tem adopted to prevent tbe
spread of p eurr -nn-unioiia there.
Flenro Pneumonia In Pennsylvania
RbaD'NO, Pa., Seotmb.r 28.
Pleurn pnetimon'a is raging with un-
receaentea violence among cattle 10
merit k tiwoship, M'-ntzomeiy
com ty. as well as some neighboring
d s'ricts. Many have died. lit. (ill
brt reported to the State Brd of
Heslth eighteen cases iu Limerick
alone, and the farmers 'find that the
only remedy is to kilt tha cattle, leav
ing the St.ite to pay for them. A
movemr m is on foot among the farm
ers to hold a convention toptition
tbe Leg slature to take more e flee live
measures to samp out the disease, and
with the Western Sta'esa.-kaid from
tbe general government.
Lieutenant Commander Hleholss
Report to the tseeretary of tho
Washington, September 28. Lieu
tenant Commander H. E. Nicbola,
commanding United S ats etasmer
Pjnta, in a report to t'ue r-'ecretary of
tbe Navy, dated Sitka. September 10 b,
i ays the Pinta raturned Ihe day be
fore from a trip to Yakutet, alter the
Schwatka exploring upedition. The
jarty was found at Xaautat and all
ts members were well. They wers
able to ascend Mount St. Klias omy
7200 feet, and the most experienced of
the party consider it impo eible to
ie-ch the trp.
Commander .Nichof says a special
grand jury bs beeu ti ting during the
week. Attempts were made to pro
cure indictments sgdnst the ringlead
eis of the Chinese trouble at Juntan,
but no ev dence could bs ob ained,
and no indictments were found.
The cptiiriB and mat's of the re
maining English siho ners were tried
for tbe ill-gal tjkirg of test in B h -ipgB
Tbey were f .uud guilty snd srn
tenoed to shoit impris nmenta AI
four of the vessels have ben libeled.
Commander Nichols thinks appeals
will bi toktn from all tbess judg
ments. JA1KS0.V, MISS.
Appointed Chnnrellor of tbe Fourth
ISriOTAL TO THB APPBAL. I
Mi, a jaan'amhnr 9R
Gov. Ljwry, ti ly, appointed Judae
W. R Trgg, of Greenville, Weisuing
rou c unty, chnnrellor of the Fourth
Chancery D rict of Missiesippl, vice
Chancellor W. . Phelcs, res gned, to
taxe effect on the 1st t f October next.
Judge Trirg is an old cit -n c f Wash
ington couutv, and a leading memb?r
of the bar. Ho is one of tbe present
Representatives in the lower Honteof
the L'-jii-'la'ure, aud tok a leading
put in ihe Legislature of last session.
Ontraae t alHecro.
Montgombbv, ala., September 28
A special t ) tbe Advertiier reports the
rape of a white lBdy at Gadsden, A'a.,
by a ne.ri yceterday. A prttss i pur
sningand if caught be wilt b- lynched.
nets Di-liaved to be the same negro
who, a few weeks air", raped a ladv in
bholDV c uti'v and eecen?d. Tele
grams lave b-en sent to tbe Prtt
njin-s convict prisins lor oiooa
A Willie Man Arrested Cir At.
IRPIOIAL TO THB APPBA1..I
Nashvillk, Tk.nn., September 2S
A white mn ramed G rce Cliwi ell
was errested hi-re today for a temptirg
outiage on a mnl.tto giil named Fn
nie Uibiett Tin child wasolo ie in a
shanty, and ClaspeM, who was lurking
around in a susci us macn-r-, at,
traded ths a'teotion tt an (flier,
who eliip.'d upti tbe window and
eaw C'aspell with tbe girl in bed, at
tempting a horrib e crime. He was
arrested. He bas betn wnikirg for
tho cor.t' actors on the new island li tT.
Ther-bild !r nn'v eboilt. l'l Vf a'B fld.
Special Notice to Shippers.
Miaaiaatrrt kd Trnnkmis Ilaii.aoAn Co.,
k. . : . ' ... U. '1 t
rpHK noiiip'etion of iae Yasoo and Misaii-
to HrnrKWood, Mias , VPhNS lif AN ALL
RAIL LINE, snihout brs ik of bulk or trsni
faroi freiKht, to lullowins nniusd rotnut
Tains fliy, Man, 11. Lakf, od
Hopa t.ln, Mtlrsvtllv, Nhachli-faril,
Trbula, Krlrn, t'mifer,Sils,KIlBa
8tilrtunt to lindlnita naar thsss pointa
ehould Ls niads to neareat atstlon osm-d
abovs. Your bonlnri ti rsnpeotfullr ,
llctted STsr lbs M. and T. Rosd. aa frsiabt
rsaokaa ita dsatinatioa ths fol'owins day ot
dslivsri atom depor. A, J-KNAPP.
y Osnarai Frsifbt AbsbU
SHELF MiD HEAVY HARDYARE.
- ; .SESD FOB CIBCW-ARS A5D PRICES.
ALL SIZES RUBBER AND LEATHER.
ORGILL BROTHERS & CO.
LI, AFPERS0N.& CO.
. i.' . y
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors.
364 FRO ITT STREET, MEMPHIS. TEWTf
8aoeo3MM to P0HTEK, TAIL0B t COH
S3 HVvVJlDV BB
no. tm FROTCTT S5TREET. i MEMPHIS- TENg
J. A. BAILEY.
i Hi sUmulll Vi WWII
Witt Second Street, Memphis.
LARGE AND CJOMPLETH 8T0CK 0? PLUMBBR8, GAS AND 8TKAM J1TTKR8
Matariala. Pumpi. Dria Wslli. Iroa, Lsad and Stona Pips, Gaa Fiztursa. Olohsa. gts
HILL, FONTAINE I GO.
Cotton Factors and Vholesalo Grocars
SfiG-SOS jgront St., Kemphla, Temmi
Cotton Factors, Commission lerchanto,
Mo. HO ftanth Haln St..Bt. T&nlu
C0TT0X FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCnANTgc.
jo. 3i Front wtrefft. Jor.
FliUK I IiVIGi,
TILE, FIKK CB.AV,
i?6a TROPT WFWEWT. MEMPHIS Ty,jaja. j
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Slades, Picture Kail
HOUSE, SIGN AND
19 O. 285 WFCOXl STREET.
J. B). IAT, W. at. HOSTOV,
Late of J. S. Day A Son. lata of Msacbam A Horton.
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360.362 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Merchants,
SCO mid 2C2 Vront Nt., Memphis, Tenn.
322 and 324 Main Street.
, SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON
SORGHUM MILLS, j
I,, i). MULLiNB.01 lata J.lUOod win ACo. JAB. TONUS, late ol J.W. Caldwsll A O.,
MULLINS & YONGE,
Cotton Factors&Commission Hlerchants
Howarfl's Row, Cor. Front and Fnion. Heitnthia.
LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE,
. No. SSI Second (Street MempliU, Tenn.
f wm-Wlxxt BtooU.-n -
IU. W. MACHAJB.
ei. K. WITT.
- . 4 . ,A t -
AND DEALER IN
POKTI-AIVD CESTEJfTa -
ItONElAI; (IKMEWT. .
I.OEIVII.LE CKMEJiT, ,
1IAIK and FIB HKICK, Et
Mouldings and Mixed Taints.
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S, W, BAILET.
Lata of BailsT A Ooviaitesl
ty 1 i r.x'Xs.oxt(.'v