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MEMPHIS, TEXN., FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 188G.
VOL. XLVINO. 132.
Politician in Alabama, Mississippi,
Arkansas and Tennessee will find
something to interest them on the
Th till taxing oleomargarine five
cents per ponnd passed the House
yesterday. It is doubtful if it pass the
Senate. It is the most unjust measure
of protection ever adopted by an
1! la is it has succeeded in making an
other sensation. By his speech for
Irish homerule he liai raided sheol
in England and maie the Tories
mad as if he had stuck ping in each
'one of them.
' Th diplomatic corps is not offend'
d because its members were not in
ited lo the President's wedding, a"d
fo fr from beirg indignant they pro
pone to call upon Mr. Cleveland and
congratulate him upon his marriage
t any time that w.'ll be convenient
it At the recent Convention of the
i Press of Alabama, held at Marion
Mr. Thomas H. Clark introduced
j r.silulion condemning the Blair edu
rational bill, but it was promptly
; laid upon the table by a large major-
'( ity. Editors are directly interested in
the education of te people and they
are not afraid to say so.
The memorial which" we publish in
another column in reference to the
work of the Mississippi liiver Commis
sion contains a plain statement
facts that ought to have the effect in
the Sinate of defeating tbe Hepburn
amerdment which, if it were to be
come law, would abolish the Com
mission and prevent a continuat'on of
the good work it has accomplished in
improving the Mississippi river.
Tbk Bradst'eet Agency reports 170
failures in the United StVea during
the week ending May 28, 1880, against
1.12 in the prec-ding week, and 161
148, 160 and 124 in the corresponding
weeks of 1885, 1884, 1883 and 18S2. re
spectively. Middle States 48, New
England States 20, Southtrn S atea 27,
Western States 49, racifia States and
Trrit:rics 27, Canada 15. Total in
the United States md Canada 185.
I-ndhr t':,e villainously specious
plea of sustaining "inf mt industries"
the people of the United States are
mulcted every year of a sum tqual to
the whole revenue of the United
States. Montgredin, in a recent
I paper, shows that the farme-s of the
'.United States pay f 400,000,000 for the
protection of 'industries,' of which
bftgiu,tiuu,uuu goes u) me support 1 1
.S 1 t j-, n a il ' - C
1,' ' Northern manufacturers. And this
is the system we are asked to perpet
nate, and which the farmers, who pay
two thirds of this toll to monopoly,
are invited to sustain by their votes.
The Comte de Faris, the repre
eentative of the French Bourbons
I and recognized heir to the throne of
!j France, is to be expelled from that
jcount-y as dangerous to its peace.
jThe pretentious Prince Napoleon,
TPlon plon," and his sonVictjr, for
fche same reason, and because they
'kcp alive a Bonaparte faction that is
a oienaee to the integrity of the Re
public, they, too, must go. The Re
public mu-t be perpetuated, but it is
(doubtful if this is the way to do it
I It appears to us who believe in law, as
) a plain confession of weakness, of in
ability to cope wi h these pretenders
tothe abolished throne of France.
Better than expulsion would be a law
abolishing all t ties and making it
pu.oish.able by fine and imprisonment
for a Frenchman to assume one; thea
purchase all the estates of these pre
tenders, divide them in small holdings
and se'.l them to the people, devoting
the chateaux to college or normal
school purposes The government
; should abolish toyal'yand imperial
ism utterly, and hold every French-
: man who has not expatriated himself
to a loyal support of the Republic.
The people are more than kings or
princes, and thiir government above
Wonders will never cease " Here
wo have the workingmen of Philadel
phia, so long the mere tools of the
f them petitioning Congress to re
iov the tax from raw materials that
iitetf into textile manufactures be-
iiusa it tends to restrict produc ion
Atid lpssen labor s share of the prod
aht. ' Tho petition also urges members
on Congress from Philadelphia and
Pennsylvania to vote for free wool and
for the rev'sion ot the tariff on woolen
and worsteds proposed in the Morri
son bill, and finally demand at the
hands of Congress "a more stringent
law to prevent the iuiporla ion of for
eign pauper labor." "The system of
protection now in vague," say these
workingmen, "is not produettveof any
benefits to labor, but is the builder-up
of monopolies; of vast fortunes rap
idly accumulated on the one hand,
Mid increased poverty and squalor on
the other. Tne employers, who are
the solo b.'neuVaries of protection,
have always maintained free trade in
lab r; bringing into cur midst a ser
viii and turbulent element which en
d;uigrs the peace of our country and
v!;0 stability of our free institutions,
. i scouring Europe and Asia to find
A tcrial with which to crush us and
I ,4foy our chance to exact our just
j?hire of the protection of the law." .
GROTER G0U6 A FISIItt
FOR TROUT IS THE AllEUHEXY
How lie and His Bride Have Spent
Their Honrs in Their Beau
Dkkb Pabk, Md., June 3. The Pres
ident and his bride of tweutv-four
hcurj cpent the first day of their hon
ejmoon 200 feet above the sea, in one
of tbe most beautiful and romantic
parts of Maryland. '1 hey ara at a cot
tpge situated about fifty yards from the
Deer Park tta'ion, and have, of course,
been tbe center ot attraction to
pereors visiting to wnhin a radius of
ten mi'ei Whn the party en
tered Ve hcus) a rheerfal
fi.e wfs blsung oa tbe hearth, and
made a pleasant contrast to tbe chilly
a' m sphere without. Tbe houee is
guarded by twelve detectives, who re
required to know no'.hirg, and the
admoni'ion is hardly necessary, anot
a woia wi.i uiy utteron any sub ec
Mr. Davis said that the Prf s dent
Lad strxt'y enjoined secrecy before he
would contend to come hf ic, and the
comptny liad tued to give him
much privacy ai pes ible. He will
net even receive mai1. and does nc
intsnd tns-e eny rna dining his stay,
He ill certainly remain here
until baturday, and probably un.
tu Monday. Xne bridal paity
is attended by a Fr. nch maid, the
rrdsideni's valet and two colr.rjd ser
vants. Their baggage contists of f )ur
la-ge trunks ana two boxrs. Mrs,
Cleveland brought only such garments
as would ins'ire ccxaforr, but the Pres
ident brought with bim a fishing snit
ana outti'. He will commence his
piecBtorul sport tc monow The finest
trout stream in the Allrghenys is on
me property ot ex-Senator Davis
near by. It is guarded iea'omlv. an
the President has been siven thepriV'
liege ot using it. n is faid tliat
party will be here from Wnhington
tc-morrow to get np some amusement,
out the rreaidt nt refuses lo tee an
com-any. There wn po stir about
the Executive ftlacsion until nearly
noon, when the President came out
on the portico f.ir a moment and then
went inside. Two ladies drjve slowlv
by ab3ut 12 o'clock, evidently intend
ing 10 Mii, out changed their mind
wnen told hiy could notapproach tb
nouse. Tne wett Virginia Methodi
Fpisiopal Conference, which bribe?
in eesMin here for several days, patted
aresolut on apptiintinga commitee of
nve to wan on tne l resident and rk
for an interview. Some one tiiggeeled
uiai me committee De instructed
congratulate and kiis tbe bade.
member suggested that m Mr. Elkins
had snaoKOil for the nrivacv of the
Presidential party his wishes should
be respfcted, but another said Hut et
Mr. Elkins wai cot friendly ta
Mr. Cieveladd during the cam
paign his wishes should hive no
wemht with Democrats, Quite
discussion followed, but the commit
tee wts finally appointed, and a rc
quest for an interview was snt bv a
special messenger, bat up to 7 o'clock
the conference had not been honored
by a reply.
Mr. Davis oiled at tbe college at 1
o'clock and found the President seated
on tbe porch smoking a ciirar.
Mrs. Cleveland sat reading a few hot
away, one was dressed in i
dirk silk costume and looked extreme
ly wen. Atu o clock a rarnaire wr
Called and tbe bride and groom took a
ten-mre anve tDroneh a charming
psri oi tne country, tatting in Mount
kin lake, ouitheuchoey lake and
Lower Deer Park. Tuev retnrned at
4 :20 o clock p ra. A rumor wts tele
graphed Irora Ualimore thai the
President had been iniured in a run
way, but the story had no foundation.
ana ne wns not uia ot it.
Tho telegra; h otflae fcas heen bur
dened all day with telegrams of cor
gratulstion from all parts of thecoun
try. Most of the me?eagea were ad
dressed to "Mrs. Urover Cleveland.
Ltterrark, Md.," and weie ciuched
in the br.efest larguue. Tne nrst
nopular form was: "Accept my
ue my cong atuiatior.s." Uver fifty
of thnfe teleg'ams were re
ceived at i He tclegiapa oIHkr and Bent
by messenger direct to the "Execusive
JUansion." The teleirams were all
received at the house and simed for
by Ulaire, the v.let, who deposited
tuem in a Dig basket and placed it en
the piozzi, where the President and
his bride came about 5 o clock end
looked over them. They were dis
patches from the Cabinet officers,
members ot Uongresi and prominent
society people. Messag i we,e also
received Iram the Fore an Min-
inters. Mora than one-third of tho
meseates came from New Voik socie
ty people. The teleardms have hen
the only mefsiges Hint have been car
ried to the President's cottage to-day,
and all letters sent there and there
were very few have been laid away
for future considera ion. It is thougut
me rre'inerjt win remain Here lor a
week. There is an excellent piano in
tbe sitting-rcom of the co'tise, and
this afternoon Mrs. C evelsnd played
for her husband che is a skilled
pianist, and plays with a
gracs and a charm tha1; claims
the recognition of thorough musicians.
At 7 o'clock dinner was served trom
the ite', and at 8 o'clock the P e:i
d j se zed a long bamboo cane and
Un tall hat, and accompanied by his
wile walked around back of the cot-
ge and down to the rai way track.
He wai drc :sed, n is bii custom, in a
black Prince Albert suit. Mrs. Cleve
land was in very g-.o 1 spirit, and her
walk, which 13 of itiesprmay.swnreiDg
gait, aided a graceful poise to
her other charms. Sh was attired
in a clrse'y fitting mixed grey drees,
wan panels of tJe same material and
trimmed with crepe duohere She
wore over this a jiurjty sack of the
same material til l a grey cloth ha'.
Her face wo bright and rosy and she
stopped along the read nay at times to
pick flowers. She and the President
conversed in easy tones, and occfteion
al!y they stopped a short while to
point out some place of interest.
After walking down the track
they reached the etntion, where
the President looked thiough
the window where thecorrecpondents
were bmily engiged in writing, and a
silent smile Chine over his face. The
President and Mrs. Cleveland pessed
around the station, and as tbey went
ap the hill from the track turned and
looked in tie w.ndow again. They
continued their wa k for about twen'y
minutsp, and it was quite dirk wh-n
fiey returned to tne co'tage. The
Preeidet't hue ananged for a fishing I
exced.ti .n tvmorrow, in which be
will hays jhe company of Ex-Senator
Tbe Latanl Him,
Cincinnati, O., June 3. Weather
cool and pleasant, track slow, atten
Three-quarters of a mile. Starters:
Charlev Lucas (95 , Co per; Brevet
(100), W. Jones; Bob Ixckwool (Sti),
Scott ; Tattoo (106), Loay ; J. V. Cus
ter.'(75I, H. Jones; Lalla Rookh (70),
Cameron; Mvstic (95), Johnston;
Westfall (100)," Fuller; Jim Orr (Hit),
Morgan; Josh Billings Sti), Coving
ton ; Lislland (Sti), Barnes; Artiban
(80), R -ire s; Rocholle ( 100), Walker.
Aon stariers: Revenge and lus
Btlinq-Brevet $15; Lisland $13
Westfall fl.'l; field $:55.
A good Btart was had, Mystic taking
tne lead, followed bv " iiariey J.ucas,
Westfall, Artiban, Iiochille and Bib
Lockwood. Mystic soon had three
lengths the best of it. There was no
change of position aniODg those in
front into the stretch. Here Josh
Billings, followed by Artiban, went to
the fr.nt. Josh Billings held the lead
to the end, winning lather easily by
two lengths; Aitiban second, closely
followed by J. C. Custer, third.
SKCOKI) BA( B.
One mile, f-tarters: Dixie Hinivar
(00), Cjoper; Stormer ( H 0), t)'l lara
Hetty S. (9"), Covington; Fabius
(97), Johrston; Gov. Hato (92), II.
Jones; Kuklin (UKI), W. Jones.
Hitting Hetty S,3S; Fabius, $35;
Dixie H niyar, $15; field, 20.
From the start the field ran in very
close order. Gov. Hate and Fabius
having their noses in front. Approach
ing tne iiait-1111 e polo llettv is. drew
close, followed by Stormer and Dixie
liunyar. Hetty 8 held her lead to
the end and won very ea-ilv by five
lengths, Stormer seconn, four leng lis
in front of Dixie Himvar. Time
One mile and one sixteenth. Stari
ers: Sis Himyar (93), Cooper: Dud,
(97), Duley ; Ascender (114), Withers:
Bonanza (103), Covington ; Malvin R.
(93), McCarthy. Non-starter: Conk
ling. Jiiiling Ascender, $100; Bonanza
$54 ; Sis Himyar, $30; field, $'.'5.
At the start Malva R. Sis Hinivar
aud Ascender were even. Sis Him
yar went to the front on the first turn,
followed by Malva R. and Ascender.
On the lower turn Ascender took eec
ond place. Sis Himyar held the lead
to the end, winning easily by two
lengths; Ascender secon-. Malva R.
third, four lengths off. Time 1:54J.
One mile and 50.) vards. starters:
Aretino (lit!), Withers; Clay Pate
(107), Soval; Emma Mauley (9(i),
Kicbiej Waukesha (98), W. Jones;
Keene (95). McCarthy: Kansas (8SI.
Covington; Kalnta (85), Morgan.
Jiellitia -Aretinr. S'.'O: C av Pate.
$25; Emma Manlev. 15; field, 20.
Shortly after the start Kalatn and
C ay Pate even drew clear, with Keene
and Emma Manlev close together.
There Mas no change to the lower turn
where Waukeeha moved up. He was
even with Keene and Kansas at tie
bead of tho strrtch. la ihe stretch
he drew away end won ecsliy by to
lengths; Kan-as second, three lenc lis
in front of Keene, third. Time 2:201.
The Tobacco stakes, one mile and
one-sixteenth. Starters: Eow (88).
Johnston; Revoke (114), Murphy;
Red Stone (103), W. Jones; Chance
1U8), Li, Jones; Merlin 90 . Cooper:
mnnarca (iUi), McCarthy; L.igan
iuih uarrineton: U caner (112 . Sto-
va'. ion-starters: Masterpiece and
Betlini. Revoke. $25: Chance. $16:
iwr 111, iz; neiu, JL'O.
Monarch was a trifles in front of
Red Stone. Eloise and Berlin were
in tho lead to the half-mile nolo.
men nernn, Kea ttone. r.laise and
Btgan, as named, went to the front.
On the tirn Red Stone went into the
leal, with Ligan second. There was
no change to tho end. Red Stono
won as he liked by five lengths; Li-
gun s cond, one length in front of
Chance, third. Time 1:55,
KNTB1HS AND WKICHTS FOB FRIDAYS
Firtt AW One mil, selling. Chili.
98), Peacock (105), George Angus
iiiil.jMHieis. 97 . JohnKeber 104 .
Eagle (84), Golden I'hu'bus (103),
Hottentot (981, Brevet 104 .
&:eond Kace. llanlnan. one mile
and one-eighth, l.einan ( 100), Wan
kesha (107), Grev Cloud (102), Sis
Himyar 1(11-3), Bonanza (95). Tax-
gatherer (1C0), Kansas (98).
juru mice. 1 liree-ouarters of a
mile. Xallapa (95), Tommy Cruse
102). Dad (10i). Dixie Himvar (100L
itevenge ( mo), Monner (It t), JJyna
mite (102). (iuv Bate (97). Ladv Ham
Iton (9i), Lead ( 102). Fedora III. (95).
Bel oof Louisvide (110), Kochelle (97),
'overty ( 11141.
tnurili lliice.- hive-eighths of a mile.
Enchantress (102), Bixby (l('O). Linda
ray.e a , P.ina U. il02). Donnv-
broo (ic.5), nuke ot Kentucky (100)
ic bin ( luo.i.
Fifth Race Ripple stakes: one mile
and a quarter. JJoaz ( 23), Master-
iece (123), Jjidy Jxingfellow (100),
ong Slipper (110).
Jerome Park Knce.
Jerque Park, June 3. First Rate.
For two year obis, one-half mile.
Queen Elizabeth won by a length;
Dawdle Colt second, Oiifiame third.
Second Rare. Handicap for all ages.
one mile. Dry Monopole won by half
length ; Burch second. War Eai;Ie
third Time 1:48!.
Third Ritce. W inehester handicap,
one mile and three-eighths Maumee
n bv a length; le.unseh second.
Richmond third. Time-2:.'I0.
Fourth Race, Selling allowances,
one uiile and one-fourth. Phil Lewis
on bv a lenirth: varmaduke second.
Bahama third. Time 2:18
Filth llitce - Hum Heap steeple-chase.
short course. Abraham won. No
thers were 1 laced. Jim VcGowan
finis ed first, but was disquallied for
go ng wrong June 3:2.1
Oliver Weniltll llulmrn' K'i ptlon.
London, June 3 Dr. O'iver Wen-
de I Holir es Bnd Mr. Sa-cnt gave a
riJlmnr, eceotion st Dr. Piiestley's
,nii(!on retidjnce this evening. The
eli e "I the wor d ot fashion, literature
and art were among the guests.
fire lMnnru tr Mr.
New York, June 3. The New York
Ihiihi Covnnercial Jliulttm $ estimate of
ie tire Joss in May in the Lni'ed
ates and Canada is $7,000,000, or$l,-
000 (XK) less than the May average for
Have never useil anything with
bueli succ-ss in neurait-'iaanu rneuoja
tism a' Toniraline
J. W. FUNUliKS.M.D., WrightiTille,.
THE 0LE0)11RG1RLE BILL
THE EFFECT OF CORPORATE IX
Secnrlng Its Passage Maniclpal
BjlJs and Cunpons I'ouflriua
. Hons by the Senate.
1 SPECIAL TO THS APPIAt l
AVamiincton, D C. June 3-T1
Serretaiy of the Interior has decided
that in accordance with the treaty
iirovisions tho joikhi designated l,
school purposes, and t.itHJO tor tne sup
port 01 the government of the tribe,
and $150) for the support of a physi
cian and for medicines must be tie
ducted from the annual income of the
Sarsaiid Fox Indians f Miasi siiipi,
part ot whom are located in tfie Hid an
Territory and prt in Iowa, before any
per aptai d Btnbution of the lands is
made to the Indians out of theainount
MR. Klll01.KltKKC.il K
w.ib excused this morning, at his own
request, from further service on the
Semite Distr t" Committee. It is un
derst "01 that he feels chagrined by
the reference of the charges egainst.
Mr. Mathews to Mes-rs. Ingalla and
Harris, instead of his own subcom
mittee. LAND COMMISSIONKK M'ARKS
saiil to-day in reference to his order to
r.gisters and receivers, directing them
to receive no lilingor new nppliiatinns
for entry under tho pre eniption, tim
ber culture and desert land laws
until August 1st, that all these aws
would probably lie r, pealed by Con
gresi in accordance with his r?com
inondation, but in the meantime the
liiml gibbers weie anticipating this
action and were rushing thair appli
cations in. It was to pat a st p to
this that he had issued the order.
has b;en designated by Sjieaker Car
lisle as Speaker pro tern during the
bbsence of the former in Harrislnirg.
THE OLKOMAIKIARINE MILL.
Go s p on the passage of the 0U10
margtirine bill to-night revea's a very
general opposition to the incisure.
Many votes were ca t for the bill for
pol t cl reasons which otherwise
wou'd have been thrown against it.
This shows the power of corporate in
fluence in Itgislntion and its controll
ing power in cites win re large oleo
margarine factoies are locatt-d. The
lobby for the bill has been mostni'tive
and incessant in its -work, backed os
it was by millions of money and the
ingenious devices of its representa
tives Whett.er the measure wdl
pass the S nate is a doubtful question,
and if it ehou'd the tax of five re tits
will probably be materially reduced.
Anolbvr Brlilae St. I.kiiIh.
WAsniNGT0N,Juae3. Sena'or Ve3
from the Committee on Commerce,
ifportml favorably to tho Senate to
day tbe bill repotted favorably to the
llouso icne days ag", to nu'horizB the
St. Liuis MerchaotV Bridge Company
of St Louis to build a bridge a ross
the Mi"iseippi liver at smiio point be
tween the present St. Louis bridge and
Hie mout h of the Missouri river.
The rontuttlce Bill.
Washington, June 3. The con-
feret s on the part of Ihe House and
Senate had a conference to-day on the
poitulh .'e appropriation lull but failed
to reach fcn aureement. They will re
port to their reppectivo hous?e, and
the House conferees will recommend
n n-concurrence in each and all of the
Sena e amendments.
ObHlrnrtliiK the Kftllroniln,
WASiiiNciTON.Jnne 3 Senator Hoar,
by requebt, intioduced in the Senate a
bill to emend eection 5258 of the Re
vised S a'.utes, so es to make it a crim
inal I'ffenpe, l uirsbable by fine or hn
prisonniPii', to impede or obstruct,
except by legtl proces", any railrcaJ
company in the con v. yanee cf p sin
gers, freight rr mailp.
Washington, June 3. The House
Coipmiiiee on the Judiciary todtiy
d-e'de.l to r.pnt f ivoably n hi I pro
vi !i;,g tha' a jiid.iirent in ih ? V rcuir
Cour f - United St. Us u; n 111
ini.e t, cruipeu of the b hp's oi a niu
n .ip. 1 c irpmat'on st all not he coa
clneive in questii ns rvfpecting the
ton-.lt then. srlves w! en tne amounts
invo.Vtd are s llii:ieii' to give junnl.iv
tion to t'i Supreme C.mi t on Hiiptal.
The Trrnly With Mextro.
Wabiiinoton, June 3 The Foreign
Relations Com rai' tie of the Senate
made another a tempt in executive
seseion to-day to enter rpon the con-i-iilera'iou
ot the supplemental treaty
with Mix'co, tbe pu pose of which is
to extend tbe time within which the
action of Congress must be tiken .up
in a meature to cany the Mexico
reciprocity treaty into t fleet. The
p recent considera nn was oppo3ed, ss
11 was three or four weeks ago, on the
theory that the Uonse Commiltue on
Foreign AQHirs hei reported advetsaly
up n the bill lo carry the treaty into
etTc,ct,HBd the subject again went over
Hllla Introduced In tbe llonne.
Washington, June 3. Duiing the
pre-ent sefson Hurt have teen intio
duced ia tbe Hone o! R ( reiei.tauves
0215 bi:!s and 178 jo-n'. resilnt'oni, or
a total of 9;H)3. Tne hi Is that have
paved the Haisj n :mlr 932, in
cluding 741 p ivate end 191 public
ilo sines. Of ihesi) bids 38 1 private
and 72 pnhhc bill i l ave pisied the
Senate. The Sua!n has patsed and
sent t) tbe Hitiss 4H0 rVa, of which
the limn has l 11s el tin ty-Bix pub
lic and eighty-seven private bills.
Congratulating the President.
Washington, June 3 Abo.it 600
on his in Triege have be-tq received at
the Whiti-Houte. They include
messages fiom Ex-Prendcnt Arthur,
Mrs. Grant, Minister Pecdle'on.
Phelps and other prominent people
throughout the connty. The dis
patches will nU be givoti ou f jr puli
Washington, Jnne 3. Confirma
tions: L. K. Cnnrch of New York. As-
Bietirit Justice of the Supreme Court
of Dakota; W. H. B-trnes of Illinois.
Asi( i4te Justice of the Snprem" C uit
of Arizona; R. Marlinr-z, Unitt d Stt'es
Marsha' lor aw M-xico; O. S.Kelly,
United States Martha! f.ir Montana:
T.L.Gra'.aui,L''ii'e.tHta,es Marsha' lor
the WperD District o! Virginia: b'.H.
Dyr, Foi ed Stitet Marhhsl for L'tnh:
R B. l'le.-jt.tnts, United Sttt -s Mrrdial
f r rhe Eastern District cf Louieiana ;
II W. Hobson.Upited K a'es Attorney
f'.r Calorado: A. L. FUlett. Cnllector
cf Internal Revenue far the Second
D strict of Virginia; B. F. reach, jr.
Pension Agent, Brston ; Fr d El.isoo
United States Consul at Ascension
Len Troneda'e, Surveyo'ol Customs
rt Nashville, Ti-nn. ; A. l. r..lerton,
Surveyor of Customs at heeling, W.
Vs.. bejiibs a Dumber of poitmasters
Land mr 4'lrcnlnr.
Washington, June 3. Tbe c!renlar
of Land Commissioner trarks issued
yeste'iuy directing registis and
recivers ot land cmces not to re
reive new applications for entry of
public lands undrthe pr-i million
t inhi r culture aud desert land laws,
until the lit of August next, was the
subject, of a c inMllis'ion held to-dav
by Secretary Lamttr with his ass ft-
ants. It wai d-cided fiat the circu
lar must be recalled. It is Herted by
11 llnen'ia! membi rs oi (Jorg e's tliat
the Commissioner of the General Land
Office has exrreded his authority in
suspendirg the operation ot the pre
eniption, umher ci'tare and deser
land laws pending the cons delation
ot meesurrs for their repeal. 11 i
likely that a resolution ot inquiry will
be IntroJni'M ti-mn row.
A CAN.y)IAN STEAM HA it (IE
For n lnlntlon of (lie. (1IiiIuk
I.hhk of Hie I'nliril MImim (
Apenl lo 1 lie Trriiaury.
Chu aoo. Ill , J11 ie X The Cani-
dian steam l a ge.Nijiigon arrived hre
to-day in a einking condition, and un
der circuuiBtsniej pnsesping penu'i ir
interettiu view ot the c ashing be
twfea American ami Canadian inter-
ess. Mie was lOBdtil with stone frcm
Vest Island, Luke Superior, for this
city. '1 ho law requires foreign vessels
entering American waters ti flop at
t'10 li'S', UDi ed St tit s port on lli ir
routts and obtuiu p'riuitsiou to
proceed from the collector theie
of. Cpt. Conlan of the
Nipignn rnvs he ciner'eneed
a heavy ga!e wrd l is v fs-jI sprung a
l6Hk to haJly Hut it hecauie necer-sxr v
towoik bo'h te hand and Bte.tm
pumps clay and niirbt to keen her
afloat, t In. t ho made all butte to reach
this pert, not darii'g to stop at either
AlacKinaw or ijhtlioygan, as r.timred
by law, lest his v. oel might go to the
bottom with pofsibly tUo Iors of
all on board. The penally for tha
violation of this law ih the forfeiture
of the vcifel and cargo. Capt ConUn
to-i'ay laid the matter before Cidlector
Premerger, but who faid be could do
no 'ling in tho premips except lo en
fo 1 1 ho Isw, bir, advieed him to f r-
wfrd a sht-mi nt c f 11 e fncls (o (I.h
Treasury Department nt AVashing'on,
which he did. i t-ndiri? hit tter devel
opments the Nipigon will not be al
lowed to leavo.
AF1EB TWENTY Vl AltS
Murderer Kelnrnn l the Nreue
of III Crime anil Nnrreuiler.
Loi'MVim.e, Kv., June 3. Twenty
years ago in Grant county, Ky., G. W.
Inborn and SaTiirel Anderson, nous of
prosperous farmers, quarreled about
the su'e of some sheen, anil Anderson
shot snd kil ed Osfcorn. It was stid
to have been in unprovoked murder.
snd Anders n Hid the Stite and dis
appeared. A short while Rgo a man
forty yeaia o d, bsggard and worn, re.
turned to the scene of tho crime,
which had almost been forgotten, and
gave liiimoll up, paying he wai Os
born's slayer. He was disbelieved at
fir.it, but the matter was inves igsted,
and new indiciments were made out
and the case has In en called for tiial.
JONEtBORO A UK.
Judge t'Ble'n Formal Withdrawal
From the t'onsreaMliinHl Hare,
iBKtOUL TO THR arrtlL.I
.loMSHiioito, Ark., June .'I. -In this
week's inmio of tlii Time, out to duv,
Judeo Cato foriimlly deelineH to be
come a eiiiuliilute for (Jonttreiw from
thii (the flnst) diHtrict Trm leaver
the raeo o fur between lUinn and
Wool Kale at Nt. l.onla.
Kt. Louia, Mo , Juni 3 Tha l ime
auction ta:c ol wool niiniinriceil to
take n'a -H lime t -ilny by the Western
Wool CoiiimiHRit n Company snd
other larjite decern Htt'nCKl n nod
im of ftt'entinn, and vns a deeidul
BUcce-H. It will Le cniiti mied to mor
row. The bidding to day wjh quite
biik, nnd in niimermi. caneB thep iee
limited whs exteeded, and the piiin a
tin oik h nt weie vty Bttiii-f'ctory. A
full I ih. if Bike is not oMrtimilil.-, hut
the f ll.iwlnit piieen are a fuir index of
the whi'N Bain: I.ilit fine tin diiiin,
m'xed, 13jc per juund; fine mr
d nm, m xird, Itijc; rredium nulled
and conrdP, lOjc; medio m anil 1 ght
fine, mixed, 18c; heavy, mixed, lSJc;
blank, ItHc: bnek, Me: Uuh, ltl)e
BTKWART Tht frlanda and acmaint
aiiMiofC. R. Slowartare inrlted to att nd
tha funeral ol hit lata wife, Akou.ihi, from
bli refi lence, 2M Ron avenue, alii o'clock
thin (KHIIAY aft-rnnnn.
at tbe Coiirt-Huu'e in Ihe city of Mem
phii, at ll o'clock, I will Int. for Khclby
nounty th- huiluihit uf TWd WKOUllHT
1KUN H Ulil W A V llllll) tKH acrnxi Wolf
river one nenr the citv ut the heail cf Few
ond utreet 27o fenr Ions, IH feet roadway,
with 10 feet channel )jn, f0 frot . w Itosp
aiiproarh m.an at the north end of hridice
an a T leet apcrnach at the rout h end of
bridne The one at Rileich wil he feat
lonir, IS feet roadway, with .an acroM the
rive a, north end ol briiino IW lee: lonr.
and one li6 lnnr acroga a pond at pou'h end
of bridge, with 4117 feci of viiduot iutorvea-
inr. Tubular rder will be uned.
All partie bidilinr. on thia work will be
required to hid on their own plan ana ffpecw
ncationi. ln belt plana lor ihe vvm price
will be adopted. A profile of the brllnei
will befurmahed any one winning to make
plaan and bida.
1 reserve the right to reject all bull if
I will he at the Court llnnre Monday and
Tueday before day of letting to ooufer with
contractor. I mention tine because I ez
pect to be huay wi'h other work until then
E. M. COLK, Uridne Kup't,
Bo i 17, Ocrni antnwn, Tonn.
Notice to Fire and Itarglar I'roiif
C CONTRACT to furnish the Sheriff's office
J of Title county, Mississippi, with a 'ire
and Burtjar Proof .S ife w.il ho let to the
lowest and beat binder by the Hoard of Hu
pirvisor of anid county, at the Court-t'ouse
thereof, in henatobia, on tne first Monday ol
July, lvi. t'aoacity and stylo of rale to be
adopted the dy of Inttina: said co-'raet.
Anv or all bids subtect to rejection by Board.
By or ler of Board.
June WJUVi. SAM J-JIOJ'SK.lerk
K'S1 IKX KITI I.KS trcr.flb
ened Mr. K. M. Thompson. 'Ilo' Madimn
treet, Memphis, Tenn., wb n feeling wek
and in noed of a tooic, and wonderfully im
JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Victor Wagon Scales, Wheel and Drag Scrapers,
WHEELttARROWS, LAWN MOWERS
1)0011 AND WINDOW SCREENS,
DesJardins, Miller & Rcotes
Jinx sr.. kwvuik ti:xn.
AKK DKTKU.M1NKU TO
MAKE THEIR PICNIC A SUCCESSV
4t i:tt(lval Inrk .Monday, Jmie ?, M
ABNOLD'S 1 I'LL BAND WILL M AKK TUB MUSIC. V
t'OMK iim:-imi: ti.t.i Tit hit, nrrr (i.T4. laoiek ihkk.
TOitll Id SPEED & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SALT, BAGGING AND IRON TtES,
Ohio IMicr ami Itllt lilgan Naif Coiiipuiilt'H,
J. I'alnJor antl Smih
I.alllu antl ICiiinl l'owtlor 'tniaiiy.
BEST BRANDS OF PURE JUTE AND FLAX BAGGINGS
J. K.fciOKWlN.rres'U J.M.UOOIHUK, Vlce-IVes't. ('. II. IU1NF, ( ashler
T. B. TtlRLKY, J. M.
W. H. IIKUCK, M. OAV1N, J. W. FM.L8,
K. M. NKL,N(jfj. T. B. HIMS. W. V. UHNAVAK.
J. M. HM1TI1. 0UAKLKS KNKY. K. J. BLACK.
W. N. WII.KERHON. It. T. CdOPKK. U. K. CJOKrlN.
JOHN ARH1STKAI). C. B.
mwA 0MHttory of Ihe Rial of Tunoar. Trnnaarl n wenr-retl Itanklns
YY BPHI Vfl AS I) KIIMMKK
t L mi
nu nt tu HlQUt and ahitlnniil. tlaniBim In i tha novo Mai In-
tr:lii()4l in toruii lunrkotM.
.irn 11 1 i noU uml gunlitr, in order tu oitnr to tha ubll tha lated
iitlironalile i nh nt riao nulila iiriooi. 1 wih In uiaka iitaotal naa
Una oi iDrNt.lvu.lon nf a larKA
. in Kr'Jt.tSII I'ltoliMKHM, which ura oow ramlf lor the
wm"'lini or my rrnin'U and
tr. Drranil anil
it' st.'i 'W-vt urj'ile
GSNTLEBIES'S FURNISHING GOODS,
T;os. 320 and 328 Main St., Memphis, Term.
WK ARB IN DAILY HKCIGII'T f)K LMiHIRAIU.K HI'KINM N NVMMBal
ldi:'H, w'tioh we odor to tho Trade upon the moat favorable tenaa. Our price!
will oompare favorably with thoia of any market In the United btutei. We are Aiesti for
'J'ounetutee Hanafitdarliifr (o.' I'liiiilx, Drills, Slieetlnif. Hhirtlnf, Kt.
i j"n TVTTvr otvt hh rA.TjTi.
Piaxics and Organs
IT MWi:.NT PKK'lvN IMHt VAHil OK TIMI'.
1 1 GiWl & CO.
And Commission Mercliants,
Non. 34 and SO IiuIInoii .tr'oi, ?'emili(,
UNION & PLANTERS' BANK
OF MtMl-HIS, 1KNM
At ret nf Ilualnea. Hay IHH,
RCNOI H( KS.
Liana and Diacountii I1,1WI,.I9 3.1
Memphia t'ouiproioiae Bonda V'MI (10
Cotton Kxchanne Membership
Ilankinihouae and oflice fitturea 811 one 11(1
Kipenaea i"4 M
Ma-ht Efhanne KTMH Ifi
Cah on band M,M b Mt.lliO 73
l.i I mh itii:
Capital Paid u
Interest and Exchange
..$ ti'o.w) no
A.Vaccaro. Win. A. Williamson.
Joseph Broce, Napolnon Hill,
ft. Dudley Krayser, r.. r.nsiey.
H. P. M'ud, Benj. Uahb,
John R. Pepper, Jn II. M. flavltt,
Jsaa3 ri . cnowdon,
OI FII ERM.
NAPOLKON HILL President
WM. A. WILLIAMSON. Viee-Pre-ident
8. P. HEAD ashier
Hon Anna Nnrlnaa.
PKN lor recaption ot guosta June 12.1HS0.
Table supplied with the beat, cpeoiai
rates with families. For Diarrhea, Dyspep
sia, Rheumatam and Malariu, wators and
climate unurpassod. W rile for circuliin to
W. V. KUnhltbt i;arnter.
Bon Au.ua Springs, llickmau Co , Tenn.
I'HK annual election of a Board of Direc
I tora of the Kactora' Fire Iniurance
Company to serve for the anaulng yer will
be held at the oompauy's oGice, No. H Madl
aon street, Memphis, Tenn., on Tl' KSD V ,
JUNKS. lHst.retw'cn the hnura of li, m.
and :i p.m N. FUNtAINK, f'reiident.
JMia K. Bmi nr. Secret.! y.
I)K. K. L. LASKI,
I'bjRlitlan, nriteoii and Acconcher,
RESIDENCE AND OFMCK,
3i:i Hal iiMNel. Vear Union.
Instant relief. Final cure In
ten days, and never returns.
No purge, no aalve, nosuppnsitnry. feutler
era will learn of a simole remedy, Free, by
addressing C. J. SJA3UN,7"iJet.eiist.,N..r.
IiHtHirK Arrow Tien.
(tOOUBAR, J. R. (lODWlW,
1IRYAN. A. W. Nit WHOM.
STOCK li nnw ooini.loU. enlt-
Mr mlootioni ara wilb creat
annrtinent nf tha luoat eloKHnt ila-
tua fublio, at iu olil tUud.
IO k. fr,
No. 238 Main Street.
Inooi porntofl lOOG.
Ofl.N 1 1I K I r li:. Kill.
f fltu.lv is fixlro-lc'l, th'irnticb
mI, Htfirdi'ttT ftuperinr t'-ir ili-
I Hfid roti
tin fur ulitiinirit uciturni I.um -.si'tin.-Hrion,
Ftr Catultiui' cull "t t' o tn'h"4n -rtnnn or
uil.lroj'H T. " . LriUMN. I'riifij' I.
(4 0 01
A. IIEXTIili .
rJz. 814 Xilnlxi Uit
Uai received a large atook of the
laUist stylos of
rASSIXKltES A.NU WOKSfEUS
for Pants, which wewll1 make to order at
mu"h le't than the usual prices. We will
make a good all-wool pan's for 91 Call
and einmine our go.'d. Also, complete
line of UKSr.-i'MlKSIMUXii HOODS
tor the ooming season at our usual loif
i. HEXTEIt, 0. 214 MAIS 8T.
(Jlllte Ai Huston Insurance Co.,
SUai-Bia, Tks , May 29. im.
THKltK will he held, in tho Company
olTico, No. 43 Madison street.
June H, IMSH,
between tle hours of 10 a.m snd ( p.m., an
e'ectiou !r ri.iuen u" yiiB.wn,iuiono
the ensuing twoue nionins.
W. 11. KK.tNi.DAV. Beoretary.