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The Congressional Programme for
the Week ProceediHn la the
v House aid Senate.
I incut to tbi arriaul
WiBHiKOTOM, February 8. M.
E. B. btahlmto, Vice-President of
:the Loaiaville and Knsbville Bail
road, appeared before tbe Commerce
Committee to-iay in opposition to the
Reagan Interstate Commerce bill. He
opposed any commission, but favored
any riitid law which Congress might
enact to prevent an unjust discrimina
tion in railroad rates. Mr. SUhlmun
leaves for borne to-morrow night.
decides that be has no aatborityto
inteifere with or regulate the con
struction cf tbe proposed stone bridge
over the Mississippi at Minneapolis.
tx the week in the House includes
pensions, silver aid Fiti John Porter,
In tbe Senate the educational and
bankruptcy bills will occupy consider
able time.
received the following curious letter
from a pensioner: "For good ami suf
ficient reasons I hereby tender my
resignation as a pensioner cf tbe
bountvof the United Stat s Govern
About twenty-five naval cadets will
be bilged this yea, tbe majority com
ing, as usual from the fourth class.
Failures in tbe second and third
classes were few as compared w'th
lrmer examinations. Allot the first
class are believed to have passed suo
ceat fully.
The postoffi;e at Winningba-n,
Poinsett county, Ark., is discontinued.
Steamboat service changes: Mem
phis, Tenn., to Elmot, Ark., from Feb
ruary 10th extend service from Elmot,
Ark., by Gold Dust, Tenn., to Ash
port, Tenn., increasing the distance
eight miles.
Htu service changes: State Line to
Leakeville, from March let increase
. service to three times a week between
State Line and Avera.
Postmasters at postoflioe depositories
for postal funds will in future forward
original certificates of deposit to Wash
tngtin and duplicates to the resetting
Ihe Relailoas Bvtweea the Praal.
deal uia Itie Neamt-Tki liana.
Washington, February 8 Ilouu.
Mr. Cobb Ind., from the Commit-
' tae on Pablic Lar.ds, reported a reso-
lution calling on the Secretary ot. the
Interior for. information as to how
-iiHcii ot tn traida tif Ivnd" tr-oi-4
wagon-road companies in Oregon have
been patented to those companies.
Under tbe call of States, a number
f bilis were introduced and referred.
Mr. Dockery Mo., from the Com
mittee on Accounts, reported adverse
ly a joint resolution abolishing all
mileage fees and authorizing each
member tf Congress to employ a
clerk. Calendar.
Mr. O'Neil Mo., from the Commit
tee on Labor, reported a resolution
calling on the Postmaster-General f ir
information aa t whether letter-carriers
came in under the provisions if
the eight hour law. Adopted.
Mr. Crane Tex., from the Commit
' tee on Labor, reported a bill constitut
ing eight bourse day's work fur all
laborers, etc., employed by tbe United
States Government. House calendar.
The House then, at 4:10 o'clock,
went Into Committee on the Whole,
Mr. Hammond Ga in the chair, on
the half-gallon liquor tax bill.
Mr. Weavor la took the floor with
a speech upon the financial question
and in an attack upon tiie national
banking system. There were fur
things, he said, relating to finance
which this Congress must enact:
First, it mnst provide for unrestricted
coinage of America! silver; second a
law must be passed for tbe issue of
treasury notes to take the place of the
banknotes', third, the larger portion
of tbe surplus in the Treasury must
be paid out in liquidation ol tbe interest-bearing
public debt; fourth, it
tnnbt forbid, by law, any further dis
crirainet OD a:ainet silver coin.
Tbe committee then rose, and the
House adjourned.
Tbe Senate.
The Chair laid te'ore the Senate a
communication from the. Secretary of
the Treasury in compliance with a
recent resolution offered by Sena'oi
. In gal Is, inquiring as to the amount of
eilver bullion purchased each month
since July 1, 188. Also a communi
cation from the Secretary cf the Navy
in compliance with law, showing the
number of clerks, etc., in the Navy
Department, and also a memorial of
the Legislature of Mississippi favor
ing the Eads cat.il ship railway. The
paners we e appropriately referred.
Petitions were presented by Sena-
' t rs LoiBD, Sawyer, Wilson, Cockrell,
Palmer, Coke, Miller N. Y., Harri
son, Plumb and Dawes from various
assemblies tf Knights cf Labor, pray
ing for the opening up to settlement
of the Oklahoma lands and the grant
ing of lands in severalty to India"!;
aleo a number of petitions praying
that a constitutional amendment be
submitted by Congress to the several
States forbidding disfranchisement on
account cf sex.
A memorial of the Kansas Legisla
ture was presented by Senator Iogalls,
urging to ogress to provide for rights
cf way for railroads through the In
dian Territory.
A memorial of the same body was
presented by Senator Plumb, sttting
forth that thecoarte of Land Commis
sioner Sparks in indiscriminately and
indefinite. y suspending land titles was
working great hardship to tona fide
- stttlers in that State, and while net
wishing to interfere with any effort
that would prevent the fraudulent ac
quisition cf public lands the Legisla
ture urges Congress to take such et?ps
. as may be deemed necessary to secure
foe earliest practicable settementcf
the question involved in order that
the injury to bona fide settlers may be
. as slight as possible. The papers were
appropriately referred.
Senatr Ingalls offered a resolution,
which was agreed to, directing the
Committee on Finance to inquire into
the propriety of making such an
amendment to the Revised S alutes as
may be necessary to require the issue
of United States notes of the denomi
nation of one and two dollars.
Senator Eustis offered a resolution
directing the Finance Committee to
inquire whether it bad been the cus
tom for the Assistant Treasurer at
New Orleans to receive deposits of
standard silver dUiars iroin shippers
of said co b, and to inane to their cor
lispoidenta at New Orleans receipts
for the silver, subject t count, and to
issue silver certificates alter the count
of said dollars so deposited had been
made, and whether raid custom, if it
had prevailed, had been changed by
instruction of the Treasurer of the
Uaited Statea and the reasons therefor ;
a io, whether such custom was now in
lorce at air other Hub-Treasury; also,
whether there was adequate clerical
force at tbe New Orleans Sub T-es-ury,
and, if not, why assistance was
nscessary there to enable the Sub
Treasurer to carry oat the law. The
New Orleans Sub-Treasury, Mr; Emtis
ia!.d, bad refused to receive a ship
ment of (15,000 of silver from the
Memphis, Tenn., Bank of Commerce
and tb Waco Slate Bank of Waco.
Tex. If that statement should
be substantiated, Mr. Eustis
continued, and if it should be proved
that custom of receiving silver had
prevailed at New Orleans, and it was
not violative of law, and that it now
prevailed in New York aad other
places, then, Mr. Eustis said, the otli
cial who had approved of the change
of custom in tbe city of New' Or
leans exposed himself to very grave
suspicions, to say the least of it, with
reference to a secret warfare against
tbe silver dollar. Mr. Eustis would
make no charge in the absence of
proof, but he warated to get at the
Snoit remarks were made by Sena
tors Ingalls, Teller and Uorman.
During turther discussion of -the
resolution Senator Sberman tcok the
floor in its eupi ort. He said the in
quiry was entirely proper, and that
tbe Senate had a perfect right to any
thing on the ex scutive files, either it
latins to this subject or to executive
aopointmenis, suspensions or re
nt ivala.
This precipitated a debate npon the
question so long pending in caucuses
and committee meetings and secret
sessions as to the right o( the Senate to
information regarding rsmova'a.
At tbe close of Mr, Sherman's re
marks, tbe resolution of Mr. Eustis
went over until to-morrow, and alter
an executive seesioi the Senate ad
journed. In the executive session, replies
from Secretary Manning to the resolu
tions of tbe Finance Committee call
ing for information with regard lo
certain collectors of Internal Kevenne,
were laid before the Senate. They
were similar In tenor to that made by
the Attorney-General in respect to he
Dustin case.
Laeal Optloa la Ihe District of f'o
lambla. Senator Oo'qnittGa will introduce
in the Senate this week a bill estab
lishing local option in the District of
Columbia. The bill provides for a
vote by the people npon the question,
and is extremely rigorous. Under its
provision.! no intoxicating liquors can
banoi,tia.4v(W, xit'tiU that. UiciU of
the District of Columbia or imported
therein, and if it becomes a law no
wines can be used at the state dinners
of tbe President Tbe bill has been
submitted to several Senators and
Representatives, and it is said that its
main features have bden approved by
many of them. Senators Blair N.
H. and Hoar Mass. are quotad as
raying that they will lavor it.
Several measures were reported
om the committees and placed on the
C .lendar.
Evidence acrumalatli a Against the
Arnold Harderer.
faraciAL to tbs ArriAL.l
- Nashville, Tenn., February 8.
Two officers went to the house of Ben
Biown, the ringleader in Arnold's
murder, and found the ax with which
the body was chopped. Tbe handle
bad been tied to conceal the blood
s' ain and blood was on tbe blade. In
the stable were found two planks on
which the body was laid when it
was cut up. Tbe planks were
dent9d by an ax. In tbe loft on the
refcers were other blood stains. A
pair of bloody pants were found in a
fence corner back of the stable. The
ax was identified by Bill Brown as the
one with which the chopping was
done. Tbe murderers have not been
Nannie Cantrell, the woman wbo
was stabbed by her sistsr Sunday af
ternoon, contrary to expectations, is
much better, and it is thought she
will recover.
Settlement of the Bate on Pig- Ir.n.
Birmingham, February 8. The iron
men who went to Louisville and con
ferred with tbe freight authorities
last Friday about tbe pig iron rate to
the North and West, are back, and say
they have nothing to report as to the
meeting in addition to the fact already
made public, that their suggestions were
taken nodtr advisement. It bos been
suggeeted tbat the recent advance of
tbe rates by the Ohio River pool is to
be only a precursor of similar action
by Eastern roads. The manufacture) s
lereeay if this proves true they will
net complain, as they would be wil
ing for the railroads to have better rr y
if the Southern loads are only put on
an equal footing with Northern corn
petit oa. Tbe settlement of the rate
question awakened general interest
among business men here.
Four Lives Saved. I
Dr. Bull's Couch Syrup relieved
four of mv children of a moat alarm
ing attack of Whooping Cough, from
which their throats and necks became
so swollen as to prevent them from
swallowing. Nothing would give them
even temporary relief, until this
Syrup was used. One bottle, in one
night, saved their lives, I verily be
lieve. GEO. W. BABHART,
Captain of Police, Baltimore, Aid.
Grain la SlKht.
Chicago, III, February 8. The
number of bushels cf grain in store in
the United States and Canada Febru
ary 6th, and the increase or decrease,
compared .with the previous week,
will be posted on 'Change to-morrow,
as fo'.lows: Wheat, 48,'JiK)1797f decrease,
792.1C8; corh, 5,311,573, increase, 51,
893; cats, 2.417,904, decrease, 16S,
978; rye, 354 304, decrease, 63S6; bar
lev. 1.4ri7-33!J HnrrAam. 188.571. Tha
amount in Chicago elevators was:
nr i a Mnt v a i-.ha man
vtneai. .h.s'ji.vjj; corn, z.oio.'zo;
oat?, 303,413; rye, 304,003; barley,
Hate tried Tongaline, and find it a
safe, easy and efficient neuralgic rem
edy. It is aa invaluable remedial
t gent, long needed.
A. L. SCliCICK, M. l.,AMand, 0.
Stores aiid lloises Sacked and Pil
lagedAttacks on Defense
less People.
London-, Febru vy 6. The "starving
mechanics" of London to-day held a
mass meeting in Trafalgar Square
around the Nelson monument and it
resulted in a riot. The proceedings
were opened with an assemblage of
10,000 men. Police were present in
large numbers. They at once saw that
the Socialistic element of London
greatly- predominated in the crowd,
which was aleo managed by well
known Socialists, and extraordinary
vigilance was ordered and to preserve
the peace atjll hrzards. Conspicuous
among the leaders of the multitude
was Mr. Burns, who ran as the Social
ist candidate in Nottingham in the re
cent election. He sneered at tbe po
lice and acted generally a iif be wished
to bring about a conflict between them
and tbe people. Finally, he ascended
the pedestal cf the Nelson column for
the purpose cf delivering a harangue.
He was well aware this act would not
be tolerated, and the police polite y
ordered him to get down. ' This be re
fased to do, appealing to the crowd
lo resitt ''interference with the
exercise of popular rights." The
cliicerp, however, were determined
and they pushed their way through
the excited and resting mass of hu
manity, and by force removed Mr.
Barns f om the pedestal. By this
time the crowd had vastly augmented,
and the streets adjacent were packed
.with surging mobs. Tbe stir in the
e'evatsd spot where tbe Burns inci
dent took place, was easily percepti
ble ; almost the entire area covered by
tbe concourse and the sight of helmiti
and uniforms into a struggle, was ac
cepted as visible proof of the com
mencement of the
The intelligence was responded to
with a general and fearful howl, and
an attempt sd rush from all directions
to tbe point of interest. Burus had
now been removed some distance
from the posit on he had attempted to
occupy. He became emboldened by
toe criea of tbe throng, and mads a
desperate effort to recover his lost
greund. He was so effectively helped
by the mob that the officers on the
spot were brushed out cf tbe way and
the orator wai soon pressed up against
the monument. He quickly re
ascended the monument, accompanied
by a number of ether t'ocialist
leaders. Burns bore a red 11 ig,
and he waved it to the assemblage as a
signal of his triumph over the authori
ties. He was greeted with deafening
shouts, repeated again and again.
Burns then leisurely finished his ad
dress. He thfip read a fiercely-woi (led
reBoiiflt'.,iIrisV tWjcanced the "au
thors of the present distress in Eng
land," and demanded that Parliament
start public works to give employment
and bread to the t:ns of thou'ands cf
deserving men wbo were oat of work
through no fault cf their own, but be
cause of bad government; to afford
every facility for the employment ot
British capital at home for tbe benefit
of British people, and to give Br t.sh
enterprise preference over foreign, and
assei ted that the time had arrived for
Parliament to earnestly legislate f)r
the relief of the depressed in the
The revolutions demanded the im
mediate appointment of a minister of
commerce and a minister of agricul
ture, and concluded with the resolve
tbat copies should be forwarded to Mr.
Gladstone, Lord Salisbury, Mr. Parnell
and tbe Board of Public Works. Tbe
reading of the resolutions was accom
I anied by fierce comment aad short
explanatory speeches by tbe various
orators who stood with Burns. Some
of these orators went so far as (0 warn
the government tbat although the
"starving mechanics' of London are
now fct. erupting to draw attention to
their needs by quiet and peaceful agi
tation, they were bound to gat bread,
and would get it by attacking tbe
baker-ohops next, if J tbe 'government
did not come to their relitf. Boms
himself, in one of these side speeches,
denounced the present House of Com
mons as a body of landlords and capi
talists, for whom banging was too
good. He aleo declared that tbe peo
ple hadiasiembled to summon Parlia
ment to immediately relieve the dis
tress of Ihe British workingmen; tbat
the people wanted the question settled
at once and peacefully, if possible;
otherwise revolution was inevi
table. All this so aggravated tbe
excitement of the huge mob thet
the police reformed with increased
force and made another assault. They
succeeded in forcing their way up to
tbe pedettil. They reached this .olnt
just as the resolutions which bad
already been offered and seconded
were about to be submitted to the
mob for approval. The officers at oiice
ordered the proceedings to be discon
tinued on tbe pedestal and command
ded Burns and his colleagues to come
down. ThiB they refused to do, and
the clfisers thereupon
and drove them from tbe pedestal.
It was evident tbat Burns expected
that the application of force to him
would precipitate n riot, and it was
also apparent that the officers imme
diately engaged in removing the ora
tors feared an attack. But the men
composing tbe mob were not yet in
fighting humor, and the mob con
tOLted itself for the time by booting
tbe policoand smothering them with
flour, dirt and garbage. The officers
behaved admirably under this abuse
aid showed no resentment. After
their ejection neither Mr. Burns nor
any of his colleagues made any fur
ther attempts to get back. They at
once left the scene and proceeded to
tbe Reform Club building. They
mounted tbe steps, pointed to the
doors and windows, and bitterly de
nounced the inmates. This looked
like an attempt lo set tbe mob oa tbe
building. The mob was exciUd, but
not np to the point of violence vet.
Burns and bis colls agnee, seeing this,
vacated the Reform Club steps and
proceeded to the Carllora Club, where
they repeated their tactics. By this
time the
in numbers and verging on despera
tion. Stories of what the police had
said and done at the Nelson column
had been circulated from mouth to
mouth and exaggerated with every
repetition until tbe "starving me
chaaics" were convinced that the au
thorities had actually dared them to
a conflict. Such fire as was ready for
ignition and within touching distance
was inflamed by the speejhes deliv
ered on the Cailttju Club't steps. The
mob was split up into many di
visions by being forced do mi tbe dif
ferent streets by the prvrure from
Trafalgar Square to get nrer tbe oc
currences at the cluh-hon-es, and the
various divisions started otf hooting,
howline and challenging die authori
ties. The invaded etrtnts were at
once abandoned to tbe ricters, wbo,
finding themselves no longer opposed,
vented their ill will ayiiinpt well
housed people and rga'nst toe clubs
by stoning the dwellings and club
houses along tbe way.
At the time of closing these dis
patches all tbat part of tbe city in tbe
neighborhood of the National Gallery,
Carleton Club and Reform Club is in
possession c f the mob. Several faction
fights have already taken place among
the rioters and
is now (7 o'clock p.ra ) marching
through Su James street and Picca
dilly on its way to Hyde Park to botd
a meeting. Toe mob is cursing tbe
authorities, attacking shops, sacking
sn'oons, getting drunk and smashing
windows. On its way to Hyde Park
the front of the rn' b ivaia an etlott to
enter the War Office but turned away
when the sentinel at tbe entrance
confronted tbe intrudars with his bar
onet. Conspicuous among the build
ings attacked by the mob was tbat oc
supied by tbe Devonshire Club and
that occupied as a residence by Mr.
Arnold Morley, the newly appointed
Patronage Secretary. The police
along tbe route to Hyde Park were
brushed ont of the way by the rioters
as so many men ol staw, and many
of tbe cllicers were terribly whipped
f r their inter firence.
Tbe mob continued its work cf de
struction until a late hour. Hundreds
of shops were sacked and many pri
vate bouses were pillaged. The police
were powerless, and the mob held full
away unt l they dispersed of thei'own
accord. Tbe mob was thoroughly En
glish. It made frightful deiuonsirationp,
was not resisted, and went to bed at
the usual time. According 1 1 later
estimatsa 15,000 persons engaged in
the Trafalgar Square demonetratioa.
Two-thirds of tae crowd were bona
fide unemployed workingmen. The
remalder were Socialists. At midnight
quiet prevailed throughout the city.
Tbe first Draws Uanaa af the Cham
pionship Serle.
St. Louis, February 8. The match
between the chess giants was resumed
this aftsrnoon at precisely 2 o'clock,
before about the tame audience as on
tbe previous days. Oa tbe third move
one of the time clerks got out of order
and stopped, and considerable time
was consumed in getting a substitute.
When this was accomplished the game
was continued, but on the twenty-
second move the players being tired
and tbe pieces being pretty evenly
swapped, the game was declared a
draw bv mutual eonsc and toe pi ty
closed about half-past !oar o'clock.
The next game will be played oa Wed
nesday, opening with tbe Kuy Lopez
gambtt. Tbe f blowing is tbe score : B
1- P to K 4
2- Kt to K B 3
3- B to KtS
4- UMtlM
5- K to K 1
6- Kt takei P
7- 1! to 3
8- 0 to h5
0-kt to Q B 3
10-K tukot Kt
14 P U U Kt3
13- R to K 2
14- 11 to Kt t
l.V-Q R to K 1
16- K to K 8
17- R takes Q R
18- KtloQl
1-U to K 2
2nQ to B 1
21 R takea R chaok
Zi-Kt taken B
1- 1" to K 4
2- Kt to OB 3
5 Kt lo K II 3
4-Kt takes 1
6 KttoQS
6- BtoK2
7- Cantlei
8- V to B 4
B-kt taken Kt
10- 1' to K Kt 3
11- PtoB3
12- KttoBa
IS-P to 0 4
14-11 to B 3
lft O. to O 3
io m to y a
17 R Uket R
18 Kt to Kt4
lt R to K 1
20 -B taken B
21 li taken K
Drawn by mutual consent.
Time One hour and fifteen min
utes. Zukertoit, twenty minutes.
Heavy Lwmber Heater Killed by m
Itallrond Train.
Pinb Bmifp, Ark , February 8.
Yesterday evening, at 4 o'clock, the
passenger west bound train cf the
Valley loute, five miles above town,
ran over the body of A. B. Ross, sev
ering his right a-m end inflicting a
wound on the bead from the eflec s cf
which death is expected at any mo
ment. Tbe unfortunate man was
drinking and a few moments before
the accident was seen talking to two
strangers, in a quarrelsome way. He
had $40 on bis person when be left a
store on the losd. Whether he wss
robbed and foully dealt with and
thrown on tbe track, or, in a sleep
caused by liquor, lay on the track and
thus met his fate, are questions lo be
investigated. When lie was discov
ered only 10 cents was found in his
pockets. The train that pulsed over
him did not take tip his body. The
east arc-bound freight, two hours
later, tcqk charge of him and carried
biiu to Dexter station. Ross was a
heavy lumber dealer.
Last night Carroll Davis, a reputable
house carpenter, sought relief from
physical pain by Inking a teaspoonful
of morphine He received instint
medical aid and was saved. He had
been nnwell for several day. Though
suil'eriDg to-day from the pokoa he is
out of danger
LcNDnoRG's perfume, Edenis.
Lundborg's perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lnndbdrg's perfume, Lily of tbe
Lundborg's perfume, Marchal Niel
A Krifro Woman Delivered of Fe
male Triplet.
IsrrciAI. TO th ArrmL.l
Brownsville, Tbnn , Kerirnary 8.
This afternoon Dr. 'I A Cooper at
tended tbe wife of A 1 x. Currie, col
ored, near this place, and delivered
her of three well-developed female
children. The woman is forty-three
years old and has fourteen children
Advice ! Mother.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
should always be used when children
are catting teeth. It relieves tbe little
sufferer at once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as ''bright as a button." It is
very pleasant to taste. It soothes
the child, softens tbe gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the beet known remedy
for diarrbwa, whether arising from
teething or other ceases. Twenty-five
B bottle.'
A Couple of Yetoe by the Governor
BUU Indefinitely Post
IsnciiL to tbb trriiL.I
Jackson, Miss., Feoruary S.Stnalr.
Bills, etc., introduced and referred:
Bv Mr. Gage: To change the time of
holding the Circuit Court of Grenada
By Mr. Love: In relation to the
ala of intoxicating liquors.
By Mr. Dickson: For the relief of
D. J. Cannon, lu'.e sheriff of Lawrence
By Mr. Auetin: Authorising the
supervisors of Newton to levy a spe
cial taztomett the schcol deficjt iu
said county.
By Mr. Harvey: To amend the law
relative to foreign nurseries; ulio, to
confer additional powers on notaries
By Mr. Kemp: To extend the law
as to liabilities of lailrca Is for dim
ages to employes ot railroad compa
nies. By Mr. Dillard: Providing for sys
tematic and business principles for the
conduct of the educational and chari
table institutions of the bUts.
By Mr. Dillird: To abolish the
Bond of Immigration and Agriculture,
and reduce the salary of the Commis
sioner of Immigration; also a bill to
repeal sections 'i, 3 and 4 cf the act to
promote ami encourage tbe construc
tion cf the Gulf and Ship Island mil
road ; also to amend tbe law leltting 1 1
the distribution of tbe common school
Bills and reso'utions passed : Reso
lution by Mr. Dillard: Irstructlng tbe
Committee of Kxecutive Contingent
Fund to report each item of expendi
ture for the years 18Sl-U3-84 and lftHo,
and to specify to whom ; also n resolu
tion instructing the Judiciary Com
mittee to inquire aa to whether, under
the ait of March 15, 1884, as to the
survey of certain marsh lands, author
ised the payment of $1872 23 for sur
veying by other than swamp land
commissioner, and if not so author
ized, whether the Auditor and Treas
urer are not liable for said sum so
paid, and instructing the Committee ol
Public Lands to inquire oa what date
the Governor, w.th the concurrence
of the Secretary of State and Attorney
General, recommended such survey,
eto., and to report what legislation, il
any, is needed. Bills To re
peal the authority of tbe Board
of Mississippi Levee Commissioners
to issue $rtl0,000 ot its bonds nod t
autborix) it to issue $250,000 of its
boads; to prevent tbe paymvnt of
money out of tbe treasury ol the S'n e
cOLtrury to law; a memorial to Con
gress for the improvement of the Tom
bigbee river; a momorial to Congreas
urging the passage 01 the uiatr educa
tional bill; to make nnifortn the
ctargis for weighing cotton, fixing tho
price at ten cents per bale; to insure
the better working of tbe publio roads.
The Governor vetoed tbe Senate
bill repealing tbe act declaring what
shall be a lawful fence in Sharkey
county, for tbe reason that he was in
duced so to do at the instance of a
large number of farmers and land
owners wbo assured him that the re
peal of tbe law at this season of the
year would retard farming and neces
sitate large out'ays ot money which
many are unable to make. The Gov
ernor also vetoed the memoiial to
Congress asking relief re'utlve to the
collection of the cotton tax In 1800,
1307 and 1808, stating tbat he is in
hi arty accord with the Lsglslature in
the spirit of the resolution, but thst
the preamble assumed facts that do
sot exist. The vetoes were not acted
on by the Senate.
Bills Introduced and rsfdrred: Bills
Incorporating tbe Knoxvllle Academy,
the Farmers' Bank of Mississippi and
tbe Poplar Springs Normal School:
to supply the Ohuocery Court cf
Simpson with State reports; in refer
ence to the sale of liquors in Carthage;
to authorize tbe assessment of lands
in a mile.
Bills passed: To prevent convicts
tentenced to the penitentiary from
running at Urge; to authorise a revis
ion of tbe poll-books in Hancock; to
reduce the toads of the tax collector
of Hinds; to provide for tbe payment
of certain school warrant In Hinds; to
prohibit the sale of liquors in Kbine
ser and at fc'tratham ; to aeceittin the
outstanding indebtedness of Lincoln
county ; to incorporate tbe Bates ville
Academy; to authorize the county
surveyor cf Simpson to take ac
knowledgment of deeds; in rela
tion to public revenue as relates
to Simpson ; to amend the prohibition
act of Walthall ; to amend the act pro
viding reasonable compensation for
tbe clerks of Lincoln, Jefferson, Amite,
Franklin, Wilkinson, like, Hinds snd
Tallahatchie counties ; to provide com
pensation to tbe assessor in Wilkin
son; to amend the charter of Okclona;
to amend the law empowering super
visors of Wilkinson to levee taxes for
county purposes; to protect fish in
the Yazoo Valley; to amend the act
establishing a ferry over Yazoo river.
Many bills in both bouBes were in
definitely postponed.
The trial of Lodner of Harrison
county is going on in the United
Statns Cm rt for rlepredntion on gov
ernment lands, and is cna'ing consid
erable interest.
PARTIES are warned aiainnt trailing for
or cash i n g our cheek. No. 2.U. drawn nn
Morcantiln Bank, fur SIM, parable to order
of JeaneD J. W illi.
Memphis, Tenn., Fabruarr S, WW.
rYXERT)ESK f!0-8Ti.'
ax.-..-f... NitwWp. IMu.trnt (1 Cntitlo' IW8
In s j "if '"' Hnt ,-Hntrl. now rnnily,
l-- " .i ', u - i' rimntji ovrd rSpw.Orlifl.
p,e., ...... n-.v. tm. m,.l '
Deiki, Tablei, Chain,
f al letter PrcMei,Cabineti
I ; ; ; ' V J ladiei' Fancy Deski, to
E l-',i' ')( J'"inMt OocmIsi And Uwmt
I V-lBw . at PrilttM) fln.r.nla.d fVtlAd
Hinlr Paaaa Tai
1 ' tnm. l'oUij 4c. No pouUls),
Mhhchis Tudk., Fobniary S, 1HHA.
THE Hook holder! of tha fhirali la.
aaraun ('miNiir ara hereby noti
fied tbat tha annual election of beven Dlron
torn, to nerve the eniuint rear, will ba held
at tha office of the enmpanr. No. 10 Matlinon
ntreet, oa TUESDAY, February 9, l&tMJ, be
tween tha bourn ot 11 m. and i p.m.
H. M. NKKLV.Prenldent.
Jo a Johssos, Secretary.
CTIKGIKIA, TayloraTllI P. O.
10L. HILARY P. JONES, M. A., Prln
J eipal. bonnioa beginn laopt. Sttlb aad
ndt Jn lno ill. Catalogue untoa ap-pUoatioa.
Travelers Dis.Co
A New Departure.
A Life I'cllcy Which Hill SU'sty
Everybody. No Barde nsoine Con
ditions. Cheapest Liberal
Policy Ytt Issacd.
Hon Forfeiture Provisions.
Cost of Insurance Loss Thun in
Any Order or Society.
Cash AnneU January 1, lH86.....SS,417,(m Ofl
Cash Surplun January 1, IBM 2,C!aS,KIS Oil
flnlmn Paid In lxtf . m.OVi 00
Total CUImi Paid In 21 yearn S-.RU'.'S 00
No. ol Life Policies written to data, 44,SH0.
All Clalinn naid tiu mediately an raoeintof
nutinfactory proof.
tot laruiar iniormanoa appiy to
Marx & Bensdorf,
Warrantt) nbaoltitcly iiura
Cocoa, from whluh tho net-ae of
Oil haebvtn removed. It hnafAtva
tlmtt tht ilrtnttk ot Cocoa mixed
with Htareh, Arrow rout or Biutnr,
and la therefore far mora eeouom
lt-al, evitin0 lean (Aoa oncnl a
cl). It la dulkloiia, liourl.hlnr;,
ptninKthtmuiaj, ixully dlguetvd,
ind admirably adapted for Inval
ilaaa wull aa lor peraoua In health.
Hold by Bfowra ererywhera.
& CO., Dorclicslcr. Mass.
rbjslcUn, Surgeon and Aeconchenr,
.113 Mln Street, Near.Hnloii.
Telephone No. IS.
Pioneer Mill NtockiiolilciV
ONK of the Ptockiiolde having tiled a
troteat iwp-ljjnt h rile t tlio Ptoeor
Mill property, t advertiaed io iak plan
February 4th, an Id nalo waa dt.'Ured otT.
At a nubneuuent meeting of th Directory
the I'runideiit wan Infttruntud to mil a
HPKCIA1, MKKT1NO of the rUockholdora
for th purpona of oonnldoring tho propriety
of aellingth Mill Pioperty or fixing upon
aoui other eourno or artion, which will cna
bl nn to llituidut our tironent ludubtodnenn.
A 81'kCUl, MKKriNtn ol the Stockhold
er la thorelore on Hod for the above natnod
liurpo'o, to b held at the oOic of th I'ko
nix Kir and Marin Innuranc Company,
No. 10 Madlion atreet, BATUKDAV, Febru
ary 13th, at 3 p.m.
0. B. OLABKlt.Prnnidcnt.l
which he will aerd KHKH tohiefollow-wffvrara.
AAUlrfaa. J.UJiKKVK4JjtUlli8UNw Vora.
Thli IlBLT or K
Snrn tor If mad i
prennly lor th cur
of degeneration of
tha generative or
gan!. Then la no
m intake abou thlnin
atrnment th eon
ttnnnun stream of
DMttni tnrougn tn
carta mnnt reator
them to heitlthT action. D not oontonnd
thin with Kleotrlo Belt advrlid to cur
all Ilia from head to to. It In for the ON K
npeniAo purport. For elroularn giving full
nformatlloD, addrenn Chaever KleotrlnB.lt
Co., nn Wa.hlnatnn ntroct. t'hinaa- . 111.
Manhood Restored
HnMKin Kuke. A victim of youthful t iiipruuem'e
Jaaatng Premature Decay. Nervoun Dctullty, Um
lanhood, an., having tried In vain every know
. - .!..,.,!-ni.--.--I 1
Thel Best Thing in the World for Weak Ankles
'Athletio Sports and Skating!
Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing
Uob. 323-329 Main Street Memphis. Tenn.
WUlOn weoffor to the trade or on the avut favorable tertnn. Our prlcn will ooDjpara
iavorablf with thona of anr market ia tb United btaton. faP'j'tUii0'"!'"" ,.
i ooon k co
v And Commission Merchants t
If om. 34 anl 30 MadlNun Street, Memphis,
"Emprann of Rone" containing 63 vocal
I'l.-, .Vc, by mail vt.
"Sun S uvenir, containinf &9 focal pleoon,
fr-. by mail tita.
'Ti.no Souvenir," rontainini 60 lnatra
uiantal piecee. 50e, by mail nta.
"Folio f Munio," containing 80 Initrnment
at piece, by mail IVo.
"Ex.wfnior Method lor tr-j Orgaa," eon
tainirg com plot, tnno'uotiona. bonidea
over loo vocal and inatrumental pi.oaa.
bound in boardn. l'rire $1. noetpaid.
"Coe'a Method for tha Violin, ' the latent
and moat prorr.tlve instructor pub
linbed. having all neeeaaarr initroetiena,
and lno salactiona. nuoh aa "When tha
ltohinn No.t Again," "I'll Awatt Mr
Love." "Daneion in tha Barn." "LitUa
luriine- Praam of Me." "1'e.k-a Boo."
"Soui. Day." Prion 73c, pontpaid.
Complete ntock of Manic Rolli, Caen, Wrap
per., Si ring-Bark Folio., in t-tm !
niinnol Leather and I'iu.h.
3S0 Main tit., Meiuphl.
Sol Agent for Chirkering, Ilardmao and
New Koalaiid Fianoa.
McmpaU, Blrsalaiabaaa aad Allaa
tleJHallraael EBleasloa, a
Orrira op i
MnruiH, DinumuHAM ago AtuntioI
Ha i i. an ao I'om iam Y, J
Mbxi-hih, Tang., Jan. 30, 1SS8. I
SKM.KD PROPOSALS addr.n.ed ta tha
and.rnlgnad and emlnr.ed on tha oat
nlda or tha envelop "TKNl'KU." will ba
received at thin nrtica until Ulo'clnnV ta. a
Moaclny. tVbraary la. 1M,
for the Uraduation. Maaonry, Bridging,
Trent en and Cronn-Tiea for that part of tha
Meinphin, 4lirminghain and Allantte Rail
road lying between the Illinois Central and
the Mobile and Ohio Railroad., being .beat
nlxty (til) in Hon In length. I'rofll aad nreo
Iflcatinnn can ba aaan at thin effioe, nun
printed forma of tender can be obtained,
Cunlraotora ara reiue.ted to bar in miaa
that tender will not ha etna'dered nnleaf
tnadn ntrlctly In acoordanoa with the printed
forion. Thin company reterven the right ta
rejoot any or all bid..
R. li. IKMfLE, Chief Knninear.
, Cotton Eichang Building.
( Inn NOT NAT Crab Orchard Water
will I'ureOnncer, Epilepnyor Heart Digean.
but W Innt Kay Crab Orchard Water ana
remedy for
In an Reliable an Qulnla for
P. thai Crub-anpl trade-mark li ts kit
packag.a of "balUmd "Witer.7
Crab Orchard Water Co., ProJ)'.
8S7 Main Htrrot. I MennihlH. TfB.
St. Agnos Acfldcniy
DAY th lit of February. Tanna-fTO,
X0, lno and IHn), aconrdlng to thaage aad
clnna of th pupil. For further paruc larg
pply to the Lady Punertor. .
-V I S J.. :.m ..---, I ae.

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