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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 18H6.
SHIMS OF THE CULT.
A RECORD OF THE DAY'S DOIXGS
CRIMES UD CASUALTIES.
British Men and Confine ntnl Enrobe
as Famished by the hub
Lonpos, October 12. Tle British
troopship Tyne isHtrandtd rtearSheer
xuaa. All t-floiUt to flout her have
laiieJ. A heavy Rile is blowing and
tie veM-el is In a d.inveioua situation.
Lindon, October 12 TheCorgre
pa tonal Union assembled at Norwich
todfy. Daring the proceeding the
11. v. John Hunter moved a resolution
expr's irg the renrut of tLe assembly
that it hl no opportunity to welcome
the R-T. Heniy Waid lieccher. An
amendment to the resolu'.ion that Mr.
Beecher be invited to addrea the as
aembly was nctra'ived. Alter a warm
disen s on, the rerolution wa, carriad.
Dr Noah TortHr, of Yale College, after
ward addressed the assembly.
Mr. Beoeher'a Cloning lecture.
Lomdok. October 12. The Rev.
mnrw Ward Btechei'i closing lecture
WlJ a.'.entivtly listened to by 2000
perrons last night. Mr. Batcher con
tended that evolution, the hand mid
of religion, wiis the greatest bltssiDU
Chritiautjr ever had. At the closed
th leciuie he was prsen ed with a
hfafty vae of thanks. The tour has
been a prosperous one. Mr. Betchvr
wi 1 jreach a farewell sermon in tlie
Ui'jr Itmpie in nnnuay nex.
ConvenlioB of Mrmlim of I lie Na
Dublin, Oct ilcr 12. A convention
of members of tlie Na ional League
r.:s ln-ld today at Louiihrea. Dile
gabs from taunty-two branches were
pr,H lit. K. solutions were adopted
cmphatiral y orderirg ttie boycotting
of ail persons obiiox ouu tu the league.
The boj cotted tradesmen appeared be
fore the con vent'on and buiaC1! to be
forgiven. The ban upon them was
removed on condition i tiut they would
not t fiend again, which the tradesmen
OflVra a Twenlj-rie l'ir Cent. He
tluiilou. Dohmm, October 12. Lord Lismnre
baa ottered liia tntnt at Kohenah a
reduction of 25 per cent, from tlie ju
A A' limber of Arrevl for IH-plttyluif
f nrlratarea or lllxmnrik.
Paris Oc'ober 12. A number of
Sanlwich men have been at rented in
Pa ' i f' r displaying plat-tirda ou which
were caricatures f l'rii.ce Bismarck.
The P' lice inlay entered the olllce of
the Jiemnche wherein a number of
ccluied p'acards, lampooning rrince
Biemarck, were hanging and ordered
eneallnn Canned by n l.nrty'a Ini-prltoimi-tii
Paris, October 12. A eensatlon has
bet n caused In Lyons by the con (1 no
merit in an insane anylum of a. lady
who 1b alleged to b insane. The lady
was l n foisor of German, and while
teaching an evening clans was seized
by bisters of Chaiity, thrrjBt into a
cab and taken to an asylum. The pu
pils of the woman declare that they
bad not seen any evidence of insanity
in her actions and an inquiry has been
instituted to determine whether de
tection is justifiable.
France and the Vatican.
London, October 12 The St. Jamet
GaKtte says that although France
J'l'nr'ed the Vatican's scheme lo
; jrni rela ions with China, the Chinese
envoy bus sent the Pone a very
friendly message from his govern
ment. In regard to France's position
the dt. Jamet Gazette a sits thai China
is retolved to terminate the prmoctor
ate at all cent, and that the French
must either kbandon it or forcibly
maintain their pretensions.
Ibe Oeleaalloim Kiiiniiiourtl to Meet
Vienna, October 12 Emperor
FiRic's Joseph bus Eent aiitogiaph
letieis to C(uut Kalnoky, Imperial
Fori it n Minitttr; C unt Taaffe, Min
ister of the Interior for AiiBtrin, aud
Htrr Titza, llui.g.itiaii Prime Minh
ttr, summoning the dcligntioue to
meet at Peath on November 4th.
(Ih'lt.M AN Y.
Srnlenre't lo Two Veam' liiiiarlxou
meul lor I.iOHlug llWiiuu-s'lt.
ll.ni.iN, October 12. The editor if
a paper printed a Pi.Ben has been Rett
turn d to two yettr-i' canlineiunnt in a
fr.Bon lor printing an ait'c'e libeling
National CallHl Ken a.
Bkiilis. Oc'.tbr 12 Baron Sclienrh
Schweintbmg will succeed llnrr Von
TCrauiiechweig as Geiuiaa Mink-tor to
1" -s a.
The press cf Brrlin advixes that the
. trian anarchists be trtnted witU
linipress Augusta has j I'ned a an
i ty for the piomutiou of annua)
'Warier fis'ivnls at Bayreuth, and
Will donate 1000 maiks yeir:y to
the fund for that purpu'e.
Theie are (igns that the iiou and
Bti el industry is Improving. Pritea
JrrlUe Artlnn In Reaar l lo Hut
garia ImneralUi'.Naya ibe Pre.
r-r. PaTihBiii'mi, October 12. The
newspapers of VU city are uvant
mous y of the opinion that decisive
aciiou by Itu'aia in regard to BulKiiria
is imperative. The Journal 0? St
l'ttsrdiunj ems that evenU justilitd
Knsnia In utgir g the postponement ol
tlie electi"iis in BuUana until tlie
pes im s f the people hud coaled from
the la e rxrittimitit, and ailds t:iat it
can tu- reiily uru'erst od why Kuss'n
re'ua to Krioniav or sanction an
Assembly e'-c ed utiUt-r st.c'i a condi
tio cf atlairs ts i.ow i-x.sti in Bul
lo Uo on a Npeclnl MiHkiou.
ft. pKTERsHrHO. Oe'.ob r 12. It is
acncu'iced today Printo DolguurkolT
nhrint to co to (.ononlingen on a epe
cial miffion. This Jiews Iiks r-ervtU to
revive Iho renort thut Prince alder-
mir, of Denmark, will be fidected for
rnler of Bulgaria.
Hie Kidnaiinera of Alesauiler.
Pt. riiTKn'iii ito, October 12. Four
leadeis of the paity who were engngtd
in the kiarapinug ot rrince aicu
j., tii'r..ru l.ni n ii rived liere
UtI hi ' ' -
Tl ev are M. D.trn fl, M. Parkoll, M.
T.ir,l- (Tni.ii W. KovabfT. 'lheyat
tribute the succes r-f tho couuter
vfr.li.linn uhii h rw.t red Prince
iin.Hiirinr loninniArilv tn the throne
to t '.ie faint ht a. t d dee re o! M. Groeff
tc avoid bloodthid. ILr, they sy,
prevented bim from causing the arrist
of the opponents cf the Kuss au de
Arreat or a Kewapaeer 'erreoad
I wba Aera-apaatled liaolbara.
Bona, October 12. The Bulgarian
authorities have arretted and sent to
Conttsntinople a newfpaper cor
respondent who accompanied Gen.
Kaulbare. 'I he corrf spondent was
connected with the Indqmdance Row
mant, of Bacarett.
Gen. Kaulbara baa arrived at Varna,
lis was rcci-ived at the rttstion by a
n o-Kussiaa deputation, which greeted
Liiu with cheerit. Hubaequeufy he
procredt-d to te RusHtan consulate,
which was surrouudtd by a thiea'
tning crowd. It was necessary to
place a military ratrol at the consuTate
to protect It.
THE KNIUHT80F LABOII.
KKPOKT RCCOmaKNDI5IU THAT
Til K IIMUTIVE IIUAKH
Khnll ConaUt or Oeneral Haater
Workmaa and Bla Hem.
bera Adopt d.
Richmond, Va., October 12. The
Kuiguta of Labor Convention met a',
y o'clock this morning and tot k hold
of the bunness nrexenteu with a ue
terminat on to punli it through, and at
least make an endeavor to briug the
ees'ions to a tloje at the end of the
two weeks allotted ai the time the
convention shou d tit. Since the
adionrnment of the assembly on
H.itunlav the variom committees have
been actively engaged in considering
the matters referred to them. The
forenoon session was mainly occupied
in recbiving repoits from these com
mitt' ea and taking action on them.
During the morning eession the report
ol the Cotumiit ie on Laws was pie
sented. ft ncmimendtd a change in
the coneinution. by which the hxtcu-
tive Board shall coneUt of the general
mas or workman and six members,
no tao of whom should be from the
tame Ktato. This part of the report
was adooted. it was aia rucom
niendod that t'.-e olllc j of the general
6ocretiiy-lr'asuror be divided. No
action wai tkea on this part of the
renott. Before adjournment it was
stated that amendments t) the con
st tuticn were in order, but owing to
the lateness nt th'j hour none wera
preaentd. Tlie eaiembly at 1 o'clock
p.m. adjourned uutil to-morrow morn
ing. 'Inis afternoin and evening the
couimit'.ecs will cout'nue the work on
the re solutions, etc., waiting presenta
tion to the assembly.
A Movement lo Meet OUIreia on
Richmond, Va., October 12. There
is a movement on foot to elect olllcflra
cf the Knights ot Labor on Thursday
and 1 y the adoption of the new con
stitution over, pur haps until next
year. Many of the delegates who are
opposed to Tumor's le-elertinn are
compelled to return home this wcok,
and these, as well as those with whom
they will v.-te, are determined, if pos
sible, lotu pend the rules and elect
oilleers before their ranks are depleted
by the departures. II the election is
held on 'ihtmdar the opposition will
present the ratne of Joseph R. Buch
anan for general atcretary treasurer,
and it is almost certain that McNeil,
of Bout on, will be nominated for gen
eral inaetor workman against Pow
rierly. There is no prospect ol defeat
i'.ig Powderly, however, and McNeil
would probably not allow his name to
go hi fore the convention could he
1'AM.IOPE'ft ANN WEB.
A nru.i run camca.
On Ilollron, tho blciaaainina,
ltonhie the llippucroneun f)irina,
Kutarpa louglit Uatlioie
The iIht groat limner oensml to be.
Kui'h uf of nyinpMhelio woo
Ai from a aoitileai' eyei mny flaw
Vt'ero tremhlina briihtly on hor cheek,
Ai tkui the muse enmiyod toaiieak:
'Alan I nliu I nwoet aiater mine,
Denr ehiof of all our graotoui Nine I
Ot what avuil are harp anil lute.
Now hi the manter'a voice it mute?
II'-. ..II n Kllla nA ..lalna
No worthy hunt prolonvi his mraina.
Ve walk Dorel't : with limner dead.
The K of ioev il flul I'
With tuille norene, mnjeatic, urondi
I.iko eunhine brrakina from a cloud,
'Knur not my aieter : Hit thy head I'
iliui Urpboui innthor axntly said:
't-ee yonilor valley like the tea,
Tn riiuilina reache mrendina free t
Though every verdant, graspy wave
rro henpeu above a poel I grave,
And each yoiltta leaf ulion iU aLotn
'ltirillnl to a aiimcr'a roiiniom,
Anl not a breeie aoronii Ilie plain
Hut bore acme ininKtrol'a dying (train:
Vot. while bulore Aurura'a car
The gate" of morning atttnd ajar.
And Luna, night by night revealed.
Hill lead hor starry llocka aliuld ;
Yt'hilo. toarlens. down tho mountain-lteeu
Tho crtiited torrent laurh and leap,
a ml yearning rivers wumtcr wlua
To swell the pulses of the tide :
n nue iivniins uispiTi in wuojy dona,
Whore lilies swing Iheir odoroua bella;
While lovers kiss al set ol iUy,
And mothers watch their Initios at play,
Aud snldieis srin, nnd w.nuen weep,
And nrt'o swift footed heroes sleep,
Honf to the battle's mingled noise,
llonrath the walls nt other Troys:
While from Olvtnmis'a morn.! liinlit
Wide swing the cloud veiled gatsi of light,
And o'er Klysian meadows rove
I'he blessed shades of buriod lova--
The donthless soul of pnotry
Out ot the dust of uien to bo
Mmll shape the hand to strike the lira.
The singing hps, tin heart of Bra I
hmlloss tho sacred ciicloa run t
Muny the forma, the lilo ia onel
The last of the Olympian race.
l.elT, long ago, their lolly pinna.
No more we seek the sillers fair
Hoside that orvstal fountain, whi-ra
The winged steed Hellernphon
Ilia light hoof sol on Helicon
Yet wert lliou wiser far than we,
Culliopel Calliope I
Afuri '. ,ViNlnury, isrflfl (TIIM,
Tbe Quadrennial Neaaioa at New
lleuford -r.leellen or OlUeera.
New BtnKoiu), Mass , Ottobor 12.
At the quadrenual Bunion of the
American ChriRtian Conference yea
tfrtUy, tho followinir ollioera were
elected: President, D. A. Long, of
Ohio; secretary, J. J. Summerbell, of
Now Jersey j department secretary
educat'on, Martyn ISiiiniuerbell, of
New lurk; publishing, Albert God
by, ol Indiana; mlaeionary, J. R.
WaUnn, of New York; Sunday
sdi-oln, A. H'ck, of Pennsylvania:
tievuier, F. Palmer, of New York.
twenty-three viue rresidonta and
eight trustees were also elected. At
the m eion of tho Publishing Aseocia
t on the follewingnllicera wtae choeen
rreaident, 1). A. Lmir; vice president,
John l. I'nillipi, of Indiaua; secte
tary, C. W. Choa'e, of Ohio; editor,
O. J. Jones, of Ohio; associate cd tor,
J. W. Wft'sjn, of Ohio, fifteen trus-
ttei were elected. U was voted to
move tho publishing house from
Dayton, O., to Ubicigo, III.
lu the Bear Old Day.
We differ in creed and politics, but
we are a ituit all the rame on the de
sirableneas of a fine head of bair. If
you mourn tho loss of thin blessing
and ornament, a bottle or two of
Parker's Hair Balaam will make yon
look as you did in the dear old days.
It is worth trving. The only standard
ou cents urncie tot tno hnir,
0E MAS KILLED ISO SEVERAL
INJURED BY A.
Rullread Accident Fatally Earned
Another New York Alderman In
East Livibpool. O.. October 12.
At 12:1 o'clock this morning a shock
ing accident occurrtd r n the Cleve
land and 1'itbbnrg tailrad at tuts
place. Tbe accident wai caused by a
awituh teirg left open, the eaet h uod
freight tian running into the shifting
engine and killing a brekemanof the
shifier, Mr. Walker, and fa'ally irjur
ing the fireman, Mr. Peck. Both men
were in the cab of the shifting engine
and both wre asleep. Several others
were injurtd who may be maimed for
life. Both locomotives are bidly
wrecked and alto several faeigbt cars
The accident will cause a lo;s ol about
$25,010 to tbe railroad company. Tho
mtn killed and these injured are all
from WelUviile, O.
St. Louis, Mo., October 12. Early
this morning fire broke out in the
lower part ol II. Remfeldl'ti picture
frame ttore, at 821 Franklin avenue.
The upper rooms cf the bu'.'dlng were
occupied by a number of families, the
members of wfeich were all aeleep
while the flames were burning fiercely
bolow them. When the blaze was
discover, d tbe fire had horned through
into tbe rooms above and their cc-u-nants
barelv escaped with ttieir lives,
Women aud childien rushed frati-
ticall vab'Ut. but every x t was barred
bv ihe 11 tines, and a great 1 ss of life
seemed inevitab'e. J he fire depart
ment, however, arrived just in time
and all but one were taken lrom ttia
windows. Henry Ro?elein was over
come by the smoke and flames and
wrs unable to make hU way to a win
dow. His absence was noted by his
rescued fru ndi and the firemen went
to his relief. He was foutid lying an
conscious in one of tbe inner rooms,
and terribly homed, lie was taken
to the hospital. The building was do
strojed. An Unhappy Dlalrlot Attorney.
Naw Yokk, October 12. 0,-o cf tbo
must unhappy men in town thia
morning wa Distiict Attorney Mar
tine, ihe story of ex Alderman
8.ylea's departure fur Canada wai a
severe blow, and the into) mat on re
ceived this morning ht the indicted
alderman's bondsman, Sol 8ayle.8,ihad
tranattrred the proper, y pledged in
the bond of 25,000 lit his appearance
waj worje news still. "Candor com
pels me to say," replied tbe District
Attorney, "that I have no doubt that
BBylea hai gone.
A Montreal spfclal to the Pott says:
The exiled boodlemen today have
been ehowing around three stringers
from New York who arrived hy last
night's train. They are lulioved to ba
ex Aldermen Bayles end Kirk end the
formet's brother. They are living at
tbo Ht Lawrence Hall under assumed
Over tbo Border.
T.iITiv-ttw Tun ft (tiihnr 19 F.il
Robiiism, proprietor of tho Factory
Point Woi-len Mills, one of the oldest
mills in this State, left for parts un
known, navtng lorgea a note on nu
father and owing sums to merchant)
and farmers aggregating sboui $iO,000.
II had lit en nctinff ausnicionalv for
some time, having slept with his
clollies on tor turea weeks past ana
carried two pittDls ontiououily.
Krmera tn whnm he ia indebted are
stripping the mill rf its cantents in
hopes 0! saving a little sometniug ot
their losje. R)binoa was bora and
raltiait In thia snnntv. and humlnfnrH
stood high in this community. He
lies gone to vjanuua.
( bar.ed With Eiubeaalement.
Bottom, Mads., October 12. Cbaa.
A. L. Whittier, a lawyer, was ar
raigned in tbe Superior Criminal
Coutt todtyonan indkttnr-nt charg
ing him with the embezzlement of
$100,000 from Harriet D. Reed, a
c ient. He pleaded not guilty, and in
default of (,'10,0.0 bail was reminded
A Poatmaater llaaieara Willi
Trov, N. Y., October 12. Word waa
received at the poetoflice heie yester
day that AsMB'ant Post matt sr Bur
ridge was ill. He had not heen at his
p.et since K.turday, but nothing
wrong was stiKptcted until lata in the
afternoon of yes erday, when a request
w( received from tho New Yt rk pos
tat authorities f. r a receipt of $3700,
rent to the Tioy ollice. It was then
ilncoveied that this a i.ount wa miss
ing, and irquiry ar Burridga'a bouse
lulled to discover Iim wl;o:eal)OU'B. it
is thought ho hai lied to Cennda. An
investigation of his accounts ia now in
progress. Stuck speat'ations are paid
to he the ctuse of liie downfall. He
wai prominent in military and Grand
Held for AaaaolllnK an Informer,
Cmtsoj, III., October 12. John
Beck. (Jottfried Dnhler, Jo t Hammer
and Adolph Hanren, the men arrested
for assaulting Cio'.tlried Waller, the
anarchi-t who turned State's evidence,
were arraigned lieljre Justice Kertten
thia morning. 1 hey were held for ex
amination uuder bail aggregating $000
11 aa Knajaced
Montreal, October 12. Nathan M.
Neeld, the Chicago defaulter, ia here
and has enganed eminent conrsel of
this city to defend him if necessary.
Tlili mextlolrsa. owhtnlnf Iron with pure
Vegetable tniitca, Qiinkly and completely
Vurre trvatfi-patsu id'amfbsm Wrahnrsis
Impurs lllootl, .llaWria,('htllaaiid fevere
It la an unlHilinr f-mcly for DiMaacaoftha
Klrinrya and l.ltqr.
It la Invaluable r P! season pernllar to
Women, and all who lead m-donUry Uvea.
It doos not Injure Use tvclh,caiuheelaehe,nr
pniluco etwslijiatiun nthrr iron snsdicisws do,
llpnrieheaanit purifies the Mood, stimulate
tlie npnetite, a'da tbe assimilation of ftxxl, re
lieve lloartbuio and Uolriiing, and ItreusUs
ens ttiv miiaclca and nervea.
For Intermittent Kovors, Lawltude, Lack')
Kuciirv, die., It has no equal. '
Tnereniilne haaaliove trade mark a3
env-l rd Unce on wrapiwr. Take nootlu-i
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H. lURBTlNHlflM, TTM. I. C0U . JAMES BULLY, JOlTf LOAM KB
8. MAUBFlIIiD. O. . MTKR8. W. O. BIUULL.
Ofiiee--1 Maillann Street, IXerapbla, Teilii
JN0. S. TO0F. E. L. MoQOWAN.
And Dealers in Levee
No. 974 Front Street
Late ol Commerce,' Miai. Late ot CoCeeville. MUa. Late of Brooka, Heely Co.
D. W. FLY,
F. B. tlERTtON.
PLY, HEREON & HOBSON
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchant
324 Front, Street Memphis Tptiti.
?olmer,TIiorstoi & Go
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. 30 Front street, : MemphlM, Teai
L. D. MULLIN6. of late J. R. 9odwla ft Co. JAB. Y0NQK. late ol J. W. Caldwell A 0
MULLIKS Ss YONGE,
Cotton Factors fiCommission rJerchante
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor. Front and Union. Mempn.g.
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AW AID rLAHIB.niX, BAVT.TABS.
Doors, Sash. Blinds, Molding. Lmbc
lath and Shingles, Flooring, Celling and Cedar Foots.
MEMPHIS, - TENNESaEEi
Woods & Swoope,
Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
Steam EuRlnes, Macblnery or All Descriptions,
No. 333 SECOND ST MEMPHIS TENN.
JOHN E. HANDLE CO., rBOPB1';?,
98 Second St. Memphia, Tetr :
FOUNDERS & MACUIN1STS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
t URlues, Boilers, tiiawiiiills,
iSradlol-d Corn and Wheat SSl'A
Cotton Press, ( otloit iiiiv.
SliailinK, Fnlleya- t-.a.
OPU'IIL ROTICK We are prepared to 811 ordert
on mntr notieei for the oeloi ratea MUrl I'alsut
Hrunilii ' lall.T. We oajr in itook orer
Two Hundred Aesorteit .-.il.
axrUend for Catalogue ana Price-hat.
F. K. 50RFLEET, KegMextrartaer.
Union St., Memphis
A ft II
J. S. McIIQUE. W. G. PATTES0N.
and Cotton Facton
and Railroad Supplies,