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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 188G.
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roRTWinn coxcress.
SEHATOR OEOBGE'S KPEEC11 OX
THE EDUCATION BILL.
Tfee HalfGallon Bill Fused by the
Boue Boatlae Bulitu la
Both Brancher.
Wabuihctok, February 24. Haute,
r Mr. rTBon I 111., from the Commit-
t. on Public Lanus, reported the bea
sts' bill to quiet titles of stttlera en the
i)tre WoiDfca river lands in Iowa. Ue
save a hittiry cf the case from the
time the giaut of la oil was ma le to the
State of Iowa aud tt tted that 370,000
acres were involved in toe bill. By a
misconstruction of the grsnting act,
the iSiate of 1 mi bad sold certain
lauds to which it was not eotitltd and
had granted ceitiin ether lands to the
Pes Moines Railroad a ad Navigation
Company. This stats ol flairs bad
given mho to much litigation, and the
purpose of tbe bill was simply to allow
parties who had male pre-emption
and homesUal filings on these lands
to have a standing in the courts and
have the question judicially deter
minp as to whether the land was
public land.
After considerable debate the bill
was pawed withont division.
Mr. 11. rbert Ala., f:om tbe, Com
mittee on flaval Affaire, repotted back
the resolution calling on the Secretary
of the Navy for a complete liBt of the
officers now on the retired list cf the
oavy, together with a statement of
the specific reasons for which they
were placed thereon. Adopted.
Air. Htone Mo., from tb.;Commlt
tee on Public Lands, reported the bill
forfeiting le tiin lands grunted to tbe
Bouthern I'adtio Kailroad Company.
House calendar. ..,
In the morning hour tbe House
psseea the bill to nrlnex. the noitbern
part ot the Jorrltory of Idaho t3
W asblngtotr Territory.
On beh41f','f tbe Committee of
Railways and Canals, Mr. Murphy
la. called up and the House pro
ceeded to consider, in committee of
tbe whole, the Hennepin canal bill.
Mr. Murphy then proceeded to ad
dress the ilouoe in favor of the bill,
but before tbe conclusion of bjjj speech
the morning hour expired and the
commit.ee lose.
Mr. James N. Y.L under lnstruc
tions fiom the Committee on Cointge,
Weights and Measures, asked leave to
offer a resolution, making the bill lor
the free coinage of silver a continuing
special oraer irom Marcti zzd, not to
inter ere with revenue or appropria
tion bills. .
Mr. Burrows Mich. thought that
aome limit should be fixed to tbe
special order, and Mr. James modified
the resolution so as to provide that the
discussion should continue for one
Mr. Dougherty Fla. objected to the
re lotion.
The House went into committee
of tbe whole, Mr. Hammond of
Ofo g'a In tbe chair, on the half
gallon tax b II.
After roasiderable debate, in the
course of which Mr. Wise answered
the recent speech of Mr. Bin 1y, the
committee rose and repot tad the bill
to the House, and it was passed with
out division , aod the House ' ad
journed. The Mcnate,
After the transaction of routine
morning business, the Senate pro
ceeded to tbe consideration ot bills on
the calendar. Senator Morrill called
np the House bill permitting national
banks to change thnlr name, location
and capital by a v.t i of two-thirds of
their shareholders. The bill makes
the changes subject to the approval ol
tbe Comptroller of the Currency.
Senator Beck thought such Im
portant changes ought to be male sub
ject to the approval of the Secretary of
the Treasury.
fieoaior Hoar said the present bank
ing laws placed the banks under the
suporv'sioi of the Comptroller of the
Currency.
Mr, Harrison believed that the pro
vision for the change of location wai
too broad. It would authorise banks
to change from one State to another.
Senator Sherman taking the floor
expressed the belief that Senator Beck
wai mistaken in tbe advantages to
come of the change he had suggested.
The bank laws now conferred large
powers on the Comptroller and held a
large accountability. He wai under
boudK, and rould not be interested in
a natioaai bank under the laws.' Tbe
Secretary of the Treasury win Dots
bonded ofllaer and he might be the
ownor of banks s'ock or otherwise in
terested In banks, while the Comptrol
ler of the Currency could not. The
powers of the Comptroller should nnt
be taken from him, though Senator
Shermaa thought Senator Harrison's
objection a sound one, and suggested
that the bill be amended in that re
spect He thought the change of loca
tion should be limited to a change to
another place within the county in
which tbe banks might be already lo
cated, v
Senator Beck htd always suppowd
the Comptroller ot the Currency ought
tj be diBinterettsd in matters relating
to national banks, but his experience
and ohservatloa did not justify him
In believing that tbe persons wbo had
occupied that position had been disin
tsrested. He, therefore, believed we
ahonld desl directly with the Sec
retary of the Trcaaury, a Cabi
net cflioer andhead of a great
department Hentir Beck in
instanced a case in which the Comp
troller of he Currency had refused to
credit a Kentucky national bank for
aum of its money held in a State bank
received from sterling exchange,
though he would have gien credit for
the money if held in a natioaai bank.
Oninqnny why such a ruling bad been
made. Senator Beck was shown tbat
Mr. Knox and Mr. Cannon lad already
ao ruled. On Senator Back submitting
tbe matter to the Secretary oi the Treas
ury, th 4, i Hicer at once said : "That is
all wrong," aod the Comptroller had
written to Sen h tor Beck, saying that on
taking advice he found the rulings re
lerred ro were not in accordance with
law. Up to tbis time Senator Beck
continued, the efforts of the Compt roll
ers of tbe Currency had ben to drive
out of bnsii ess every bank that was
na'lonal bank so is to ' lprce the
Western banksfnot to mgke national
banks alone their correspondents.
The Comptrollers bat always done the
work ot ttie national banks, and when
they resigned they went into those
banks. One ol them 'bad no sooner
left the government service then he
became president of si national bank,
and another became vice-president of
a natioaai bank. Senator Beck did
not wish t enlarge' tbe opportunity i f
Comptio lers to do the will of the
national banks so a, to aennpt rewards
from those bsnks later. He moved to
substitute the Secretary of the Treas
ury for the Comptroller of the Cur
rency in the bill. The motion was no
agreed tn. .
On motion of SeaatorUIoar, a a
amendment was made to the bill
-limiting the right of a bank change its
location, so that it shall not change to
another State nor to a place more
than thirty miles distant from the
origins! location. The bill was then
narsed.
Senator Van Wyck called np, and
tbe Sonate. without debate, pai-sed
bill for the rebel of settlers and pur
chapers of lands in tbe public domain
In Nebraska aod Kansas.
Tbe education bill was then taken np
and Senator Blair addressed tbe ben
ate in reply to tbe objections and crit
icisms made against it. lie dented
that the People of the South were op
pojed to the measure, and insisted
thst they favored it. It was very
easy,Senator Blairi aid, to criticise, but
thst was not the way t) remedy a
great evil.
Senator George la'd.the House of
representatives of bis State (Missie-
einpl) bal passed resolutions request
tag the Uoitjd Stitss Sena ors from
Mississippi to support the measure.
Mississippi was not here, however,
Senator Oeorge ssiil, ai a suppliant for
the national bounty, it regarded the
measure a a geneious oiler trom tbe
Northern States towards removing the
Illiteracy prevailing in (lis South
Senator George would be compelled.
however, to decline the ofler if he Re
lieved it to be unconstitutiotaL He
citsd a number of instances in which
money bai been appropriated from
the National Treasury for purposes
not in any manner enumeiated in tbe
constitution, which amounts, it tbe
tneory ol tbe opponents ol tals edu
catlonal bill were correct, bad all been
unlawfully and improoerly paid out
Among toe items atieciiitd by Senator
George were the following: The pur-
cnase oi Louisiana Territory d Jti
tenon, tbe acquisition of Florida, the
purchase of Alaska, the payment of
tverai tnousand dollars to refund
the amount paid by American
citizens captured bv Algerian pirates ;
tbe appropriation cf $50,000 in 1812,
approved by President Madison, to re
lieve the people of Venezuela, who
Dad suilered Irom on enrtbaaak,
Where did Senators find authority for
mote appropnstions on tnetr tbeorv
of tbe constitution? Senator Harris
suggested, sol to voce, that the power
i jr me last mentioned item protayy
came from tbe "earthquake ' clause
of tne com Mutton. I Lauahter. I Sen
ator Ueo-ge inquired where, in their
view oi tne constitution, Senators
found the authority for the sending of
ships in 1817 to Ireland, and in 1876
ti France and Germany and relieve
distress in those countries. In 187(1
we had given millions of money to a
centennial exposition. We had latt
year given a gr.oJ deal of money to
tbe New Orleans Exposition. Where
wai tbe authority found in the con
stitution fo.' any one of the acts if not
In the general welfare clause? Where
did we find authority to establish a
bureau i f agriculture ?
Senator Morgan said Senator George
might as well ask where the power ex
isted for tbe creation of the Interior
Department.
Senator George inquired where Sen
ators found constitutional authority
for sending an expedition t j observe
the transit of Venus?
Senator Gray thought it was foncd
In tbe powt r to maicUIn a navy.
Senator George then Inquire! where
was the authority for an expedition to
tbe North Pole ? We needed no navy
there; and where did Senators find In
tbe constitution power to tax tbe peo
ple for the education of the Indians?
If we could spend money ti educate
Indians, wby not educate colored peo
ple? Wnere was the authority to
establish and maintain a Congressional
library ? If to educate Congressmen,
wby was an appropriation for their
education more constitutlonsl than an
appropriation to educate their con
ttituents? Senator George inquired whence
came the power to pay pensions.
Senator Gray raid from the power to
raise and maintain armies.
Senator Morgan said from the four
teenth amendment.
Senator George disagreed with both
Senators, saying it was a beneficence
and a bounty proceeding from the
tovernment.a very proper and dutiful
beneficence and bounty.
Senator Hawley remarked tb.U as to
all matters affecting our relations with
foreign nations the general govern
ment bad all right i, In none of tbe
things mentioned by Senator Geone
had it Interfered with any of the cow
ers that for a century had been exer
cised by tbe States.
. Senator George continued his argu
ment at some length, but finally yield
ed for an executive session, after
which the Senate adjourned.
la tbofomnittific-Koonis.
Charles Francis Adams, president of
the Unioa Paclno Railway Comranv.
and Kx Senator McDonald, attorney
for the Central Pacific Railway Com
pany, I appeared before the House
Committee on Paciflo Railways today
and expressed their views at length
upon the general subject of the in
debtedness of the Pacific railways.
Mr. Adams declared that the present
management of the Union Pacific
Company was endeavoring (o fulfill
tne company's obligations t the gov
ernment in good faith, and that tbe
load was not manipulated tor specu
lative purposes. A large proportion
oi the stock, be ea'd, was held toy
trust companies, estates and widows.
The unaided branch lines constituted
tbe main source of revenue, and with
out them tbe road could not be oper
ated at a profit
The House Committee on Rules to
day sgreed to report back Mr. Han
back's resolution providing f or an in
vestigation of the Pan-Electric Tele
phone matter. The committee have
not jet framed the resolution, but are
agreed that the investigating commit
tee should consist ot vine members.
Ihe general subject of the issue ot.
treasury notes ami silver certificates
of small denominations wss discussed
at to day's meeting of the House Com
mittee on Banking and Currency.
There are now forty-eight bills bef ire
the committee touching tbe subject
under disenwion. It was the sense ot
the commi tee that a general bill, or
perhaps two, covering the matter
should be formulated aad reported in
lieu ot those bills, snd with that view
the bills will be divided among three
subcommittees for examination.
A Bourn Slit
Of hea th is found in Dr. K. V. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription," to tbe merits
ot which, as a remedy lor female weak
ness and kindred affections, thousands
tastily.
Tfce ladlaaat Telephoa. Cmmtm.
Chicago, lu.., February 24. The
Board of Directors of the Central
I nion Telephone Company will pro
bnbly take no definite action in refer
ence to the future conduct of its busi
ness in Indiana, under the new law,
"Mil a decision is reached ly the
Supreme Court of that State in two
other collateral cases which have not
been panned upon by the court, but
winch are ntill pending before it.
Lonlavitl. l emont.
PKKI'AKt FOR FLOOD.
Foundations, cellar walls and build
ngs subject to overflow should be con
structed with Louisville Cement, It
the standard.
A RAPE FIEAD D1XGED.
SWC5G CP TO A CBOSS-TIE OS
TUB
B.IIroad Bridge Sear Lelsnd, Miss.
A Dastardly Crime aad Its
Nwlft Punishment.
lartouL to th rriJL.l
Lkland, Mink., February I'.'!.
Sat on lav laxt a burlv neirro man com
mitteil a ratio on a little white jrirl
about eight yeantoKI. lie a arrenU'
and carried before a magistrate an
hound over without bail to await tin
a!t ion of the Circuit Court of Wash
ingtoii comity. Tli.; ollii er in charcr
Mr. (iilmore, had the prisoner at thin
place awaiting the next train to Green
ville. Monday nilit about 11 o'clock
lie noticed that there waHcoiiHiderablo
commotion in town, mid upon the ad
vice of ot hern nl i K-i hia man out and
conveyed him uUmt two milea from
town, thinking that imibablv the mob
i i -i . ... i i r ,V ..I i
wouui lau io una nun ami nu woiiki
1h- enabled to take him safely to jail
next dav. it not that niuht.
by a diH'crcnt route than the usual
way. But unfortunately the mol
ferri-U-d liini out, and about 1 o'clock
they came in upon liim.'iiiimberiiig
M tiiie eigliteen or twenty masked men,
armed to tlio teeth. rrcHcnting their
pistols, they demanded and by lorce
took the negro and carried him to tbe
trestle above the drawbridge near this
place, on the Louisville, New Orleans
and icxa railroad, and hanged linn
to the cross-tie on the bridge.
J lie deed was a dastardly one, but
t is to ho deplored that the law could
not have been permitted to take its
course. But, unfortunately for this
county, justice in very tardy here,
having been only one court for nearly
two veurs past on account of tbe
invalid condition of the judge, and
under tho laws of the State there is
no provision for a substitute. There
fore, it is not surprisinir that the peo
ple, with a jail full of prisoners.
among whom are fourteen
murderers, should take the
aw into their own bands and
nieto out justice to deserving scoun
drels. .Nor can they in a measure be
darned for, now and then when the
proof is positive, aiding the law bv
xecuting it without the necessity ot
wumiiL' lor all the forms made inciiin
lent upon them. Our little town has
just been incorporated, and wo hope
o lie in a position and situation to
ircveiit occurrences of this Sort in the
future.
The Argent I'oMoinoe Bobbed.
I.lTTi.i! Rock. Auk.. February 24.
The safe of the Argenta postollicc
was robbed of its contents Monday
night. Argenta is the suburb ol Lit
tle Rock, situated across tho Arkansas
river. Mr. James hblin is postmaster,
and Monday night before leaving the
oilier) lie locked $U75 in cilsIi and 150
worth of stamps and eight registered
mckages in the safe. 1 he jiOHtmaster
ad JU(K) in cash and several checks
on Little Rock banks also in the safe
The liolico arrested two suspicious
liaracters and have several others
mier survfilJince. The total loss
amounts to fM).
HooiMktnrrs Kitldcd.
Little Bock, Ark., February 24.
ilvices reached this city yesterday
from Howard county, tins State, to
be effect that Deputy United States
Marshal Pope and a posse bud arrest
ed a party of moonshiners in How
ard and successfully raided their
premises. J. S. Huddleson and J. II.
Mnnn are the namci of the men capt
ured, while several osVaped. Their
rendezvous was located in the swamps
twelve miles Irom t;enter roint, and
it is thought that there arc many in
that section of the Nate.
Heaaatloaml ehootlns; AfTrnjj.
Mii.wai'KKk, Wis., February 24. At
noon to-day Abbott 1-jiwrencc, assist
ant cashier of the National Exchange
Bank, was shot and dangerously
wounded on Wisconsin street, near
the Milwaukee Club-llouso, by Geo.
A. Wiirdner, formerly book-keeper of
tbe same bank, ihe ball entered the
small of tbe back and is supposed to
have glanced off into the chest. After
the shooting Ward ner walked to tbe
police station, followed by a' large
crowd of people, and gave himself up.
Mr. Ijiwreiiee is tho son of J. 11. Law
rence, au old nnd wealthy resident of
this city, and Wardner's parents, w ho
are still living, are among the early
settlers of Milwaukee. It is believed
tbat Wardncr's mind was affected, and
that be was influenced to commit the
deed by some fancied wrong. The
shooting created the greatest excite
ment in tbe city, owing to tbe promi
nence of tbe 'two men. Both are
thirty-eight years of ngo and un
married. Ollicials of the bank, ns well as inti
mate associates of Wardnersay that
his mental nnd nervous, system has
been failing for several years back, in
consequence of hard work, and are
positive of his insanity. He bad be
come possessed with tho idea tbat
I-awrence and other attaches of the
bank were harassing him at every
opportunity nnd endeavoring to drive
him from his position, winch, how
ever, was purely imaginary, as these
gentlemen wore liis friends. He read
ily talked of bis act, w hen seen by the
Associated Press correspondent, and
said: "I hud made up my mind that
tho only way to right the wrongs
done mo was to kill tho tor
mentors, nnd I only regret
that Lawrence, was not killed
on the spot. If I ever get out, and bo
is still living, I will shoot bi:n again.
Two others, meaning President Nash
anil Cashier Fitch, both of the bank,
w ill be served in tbe same way also.''
His talk clearly indicates his niind to
be deranged, its he never had better
friends than .Messrs. Nash nnd Fitch,
who but yesterday arranged to have
him take a two months' recreation on
full pay, and an assurance of bis iwwi
tion Ixiing retained for him. To-night
Mr. ljjwrence is resting comfortably,
and although no attempt has been
made to nrolw for the ball, his physi
cians have strong hopes of his recovery.
Peoria, 111., February 24. James
Whitelv, recently elected to the yum
tion of City Clerk at Pvkin, 111., has
defaulted and has fled to parts un
known. The amount of hut defalca
tions is not known, but it is believed
to be to a large amount..
Kon-Besldent Notice.
No. SOOO, S.D. In th Chuteary Court of
t-h lb wmMv, Tm, Msry KeT M.
R. Cruar at al
It apirint from Sheriff return la this
etura that tha defendant, M. K. Crunr. is
not to b foand in bit cooniy : ...
It la therofnrordrd. That fca mnka hie
appaaranca haraln It Us courlhoa-a of
She by count?, to Memphis, Trnn..nn or be
low th tint Monday .in March, 16, and
plead, anewen or demar to pompUlneot'e
nil , or .he ue will be taken lorconioned
an to him and t for hearing el partes and
that a oopy of thit orcer be pub iabeil once
a week, I I foai- ikwkIvi weeks, in tha
Merspbia Ai-peal. 'JhiattHh davof J-aaary,
ISSu. A eopy-itt: ....
B. I. McOOWK !,, Clerk and Miuler.
Py H. F. Welih, Deputy Clerk an-t Muter.
tjylur A Carroll, s)U. for ovmpi nl.
CAN BE CURED WITHOUT THE
Tbe MMical Brief, published at St Lonla, aaya
to the June, IhM. lue : " Many have become
victime to the uee of opium or morphine, from
the uee of Ibone drug lor the relief of Neural-Fie-
It la KTuiifying to obwrve that aw.-U dan
gurooa oousciui-rK-ta may be averted by the
nee of Tomiai ink, which In almost a cpvciliu
an tha acuta form of Neuralgia."
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t
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FACTORS,
IP m ill
N AP0LE0X IULL, President. TT. . W1LEERS05, Tice-Prf flden I
U. J. LTSJf, Cashier.
DOES A GENERAL FIKB
A QUARTER OF A MILLION
mnsoTORBi
H. FDE8TKNHKTM. WM. I. COLE.
O. flLANhyiKLD, O. K.
OflicelO If adiMAn
HILL, FOU
Cotton Factors and
S9G-S0S Front St., Memphis, Tens..
HILL, FOlI'Mllc 00,
Cotton Factors. Commission :1erch?nb,
no. 113 South Main &t.. m. lionlu.
ANDREW STEW AST, New Orleans.
STEH, mm & go.,
WholesaJe6rocers,Cot.Factors
NO. 850 AND SSS FBOUT STREET, HElirHIS, TXN4
AUTD
STEYMT BROTHERS & COMPMiT
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SEW nRf.F.AHTN. T.OniNIANA.
D.T. POBTlilt.
SncceiBors to P02TEK, TATL0B k C0H
Cot
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wo. nn rrr.owT strtttp.t. f twtkm"pttt.
W.B.Galbreath&Co
Cotton
Liberal Advances
11 IJIHIOX STEEET, MEMPHIS, TEMlZ
P. S. ALSTON,
JK. W.
ALSTON, CBOWELL & GO.
And Commission Merchants. Hay, Corn Oato, Bran, Chop Feed, Oil-Meal.
Llm , Cement, Plaster, Buildlnj and Fire Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row. Memphis.
GAYOSO
MEMPHIS,
Newlv Constructed and Elaborately Frrriiislied, Ckm
talDlng 22b JLarge and Elegant Rooma.
af-Th. House baa Perfeot Ventilation and Natural Liitht, Steam heating, Kleotrle Bailie
and two oi Hale'! Eleretors. All itreat-oari pasa Main street aatranoa.
BATES tsl.00 to 94 per day, aooordinc to lis. and al.vatlon of rooms. Special
rates to Commercial TraTelera. Abundant inpply of PURE CIBTKBN AND WELL W ATB&
ARIU1ISTEAD
Cotton Factors & Commission Merchants
Removed to 33 Front St.,
AND TRUST
BOARS OF
NAPOLEON Hat,
LOUIS HANaUKK,
8. H. BMOOK8.
ANDREW RBNKKRT,
MANHATTAN
MICHAKI, GAVIN,
THOMAS BOY IK,
T. H. M1LHURN,
BOL COI.RMAN.
WM. K.ATZKNBBKQKR.
a m kin a . nusiswii,
-DepolU rsceired in sums of H and
ar We bar and sell leeal Investment Bonds and Beenritiea tenerallr, Pay taiee, aet a
trnsteea, and, la feaeral, axaonte an financial business reejouinc a aafa aad responsible
slMuadraite,ln!miteinitpBMhaer!,oaU Prt of Earopj.
M-WehareaoomDiodioaa Vault for th. deposit .1 valuables, which Is at th. tamo, ef
oar customers, ef Chsu-e;..
D. P. UAllDES, Present.
JIVFS HATH
h. D. MULLIN8, of UU J. B, Godwin A Co.
MUIjLINS
Cotton Factors & Com mission Llerchants
No. 1 Howard's Eo, Cor.
AID afARISE BVSIHESS.
DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
JAMES KBIXLT. J0HW LOAflCB..
Ml IS Ho, W. D. BKTilKU..
Street, MemplilN, Tenn
Wholesale Grocers
I ANDREW D. GWTNNK, Memphu
U. TV. MACBAK.
JE-acco
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Factors
Sfade on Consignmenta.
CBOHELL,
H . II. MACBT.
HOTEL,
TENNESSEE.
& LUNDEE.
Cor. ITnion. Memphis, Tenn.
COMPANY.
THTJBTHBB.
J. G. HANDWKKKBR,.
DAVfD P. HADDEN,
J A MBS A. OMBEHU,
EWD. GOLDSMITH,
HAtLDWW PBKKS.
spaard, aad interest allovad lam. SanU-
EWl. WULUSSiru. Tice-PrealdenL
a N, t A'I1I(T.
3 AS. Y0NQE, lata of J. W. Caldwell A.Co
& YONGrE,
Front and UnionjHemptila.
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