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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1SS0.
14 vim tll.llU v V UUliUUI
ti 'THE 0LE0M1RG1KI5E BILL
V .. : PASSED TUE HOCiE.
' j ; t4 Fisheries Dispute DUcnjsed In
j the Seuate The Importance of
' ' Taking- Seme Action.
Wauhikoion, Jane 3. Home. In
tn temporary abemce o( the Sneaker,
Mr. Wellborn Tex. wis de-irf.ia'ed
to Speaker pro urm.
Mr. HenlT Cal.1. from the Com
mittee on Public Lands, reported a
bill to relinquish the interest of tire
United St itea in cens'n lands in the
city and county of tan Fiancisco.
Cmmittf e of the whole.
Mr. Qi'Sm Mo., from the Cam
mittf e tin Labor, retorted back the
Senate bill txteuciDg the provisions
ot the eicht-bour law to leitsr curriers.
The House then r?enied consider-'
5 tio of the olefnaruartDe bill.
J . Mr. Hatch Mo. txi. the floor tc
J leoe the deoete in euppoit of the
j Biflaeure, and delivere"! a long epeecli,
In which he reviewed the hietory of
S the remarkable contest over this till,
Mid deiended the Uouimittee on Api
i culture against the attacks that have
'; .been made upon it iy the opponents
of the nieasare.
. At the concluaioa of Mr. Hatch's re
marks, and after a stoimy strnpgle
over a point of parliamentary rulm?,
tho Houee proceeded to vote uron the
ampndmf nt to the bill.
Tho anrcDdmrnt was dimtjreed to
Vhich excluded from the defiait'on of
'butter'' the pKduct made from milk
or cream 'when additional coloring
nutter ta need.
; Thv verbiBge of the fecrion defining
"oleoir.srerim" was cbaogfd so that
the Ic'.ter clause of it shall lead:
"And mixtures and lotnpoinds ot
tillow, bwf fat, sutt, !arJ, Urd cil,
vegetablo oil, anntto artd oilier color
ing matt rj i&testinal fat and Oil made
in imitation or semhlanre of butter
or when so iradts cilculated or in
tended to be eo'd as butter or for
The emondment rca'iiring hotels
and restaurants in th l).ttrict of Co
lamb a to placard the uie of oleo
margarine was rejected yeas, 8'J;
In accordance with the agreement
made in committee, Mr. Hatch sub
mitted an amendment declaring bis
opposition to it, however, fixing .the
rate of tax on oltomargi"ine at 3 centa
a pound. Ktjccted yea.., 127; nays,
Mr. Hatch then oflurtd an amend
ment fixing the rate at 5 cents a
pound. Agreed to; yeas, 158; nays,
At this point the proceedings were
interrupted to enable N. L. Wa'lace
. to take the oath of office as a Kepre
tentative from the becond District of
' Lot! siaca, to fi I the vacancy caused
by the death of M chael Uahn.
, Mr. Browne find. offered an
amendment exempting from tax oleo
margarine when e ld under its true
name. Rejtcted yeae, 118; nays,
Mr. Mills Tex. J moved ta recommit
the bill, wi h instructions the Cum
mitiee on Agriculture to repoit it baca
with 8n amendment imprsing a tax
on incomes. Loit yeas, 85; nays.lSH.
The bill was then pa;sed yeas, 177;
The announcement of the result was
received with applause. The House
then, at 4:35, took artCcSs till 8 o'clock,
the evening a-ieion to be for debate
on the Oklahoma bill.
The Chair laid before the Senate
teveral me eagee from the President
vetoing private pennon bills, ltiey
have been already published.
1 Senator Dawes presented a petition
from the City Council of Gloucester',
Mass,, which was appropriately re
iferred, praying for retaliation on the
Canadian Government for the seizure
of the American fl hiog vessels.
' In presenting the petition Senator
Dawes said there teemed to be a dis
position on the part of the Canadian
Government tj harass and embarrass
-citizens of the United States engaged
in what si ould be but cone idered Uw
ful commerce. Simple commercial
transactions such ai the purchaee of
provisions merely had been the raase
of ssizure of vessels of the United
Sla'es. It seemed to many persons,
Senator Dawes said, that there was
some dilator'nesi cn the pait of those
clothed with the duty of protecting
onr commerce. Uo had no doubt the
Committee of Foreign Relations were
giving the subject proper considera
tion, but Senu'or Dawes inquired
whether the committee could give
some lusurence that might go to the
public that mea- urea would oe taken
. which would protect our citizi-na in
Senator Edmunds laid tho Commit
tee on Foreign Relatious had no power
to protecc American commerce or
. American citia-mc. That belonged to
the executive depaitmentof the gov
ernment and was part of its duty un
der the laws of the United States and
the laws of nations. In the absence
of deiinitu Information we must pre
sume that the executive department
of the govcnmeut was doing evttry
thing it could ti protect the citizens of
the United Ma'es, whose vesjels had
been seiz-d tr unkindly dealt with by
the Dominion of Cunada. Of course
it might bave happeced that tome of
these versals, it nr'gbt possibly have
happened that all ot them bad been
gui ty of a vio'a'ion cf existing laws of
Canada. As ihey had been seized by
the public authorities of Canada, of
conrs; tuere must be a pnb'io preten
sion on the part of those ((fibers ttat
such was the case, rrenat': r Edmunds
hoped it would turn out that the ves
sels were intotent of any violation of
Dominion liw, or of pubi c law, and
that they had been eugsged in what
was eliowed by the intercourse cf na
tions, by thelowa of their two country
and of the conn'ry to wbkh they had
ne, aud tt at seizures would there-
re be cl smi'sed without even the
ieinblancj of p-obable c.-uss. But tt at
depended, cf conrje, niioa a judicial
inqu:ry in the fi at instance. He did
rot Wan to say that we would be
boned to erquie-ce in the results of a
Canadian judicial irqoiry, if we
thought tho:-e results unjuet and im
iiroper. If any of the v? e!s should
hi condemr.edj Bnd the United Ma'es
.were of the opinion that the cirdmn
st!on was uiji-st, we should r.ot be
bciu J by any principle of publij jus-
tice to aiqu eece in it. If we any
i spirit left, us ht tho ight we bad, and
any strength left, as he thorg'jt we
I liad, thougn 'o simereaoawe had
; not been very sucessfal in getting a
navy or arming our seaconsr, yet in
ron"e way the rghts of citizens of the
i United States wf u'd be vindiratol if
3 they had been violated. Continuing,
Senator Edmunds said the rresiilect,
if he had pi meil te recent set of Cnn
i grtsi on this subj-M-t, now had the
: power ti r'aliats fir an v injust:ce
ion our vefsel in Canada or else
where. If th.t set haJ bec ome a law,
nd if our Bruh brttbren weie
straining a piint in order to force ns
ir.ti a oonventi-m of reciprocity or
tree lish" cr anjthing elss, itw.a
now within the ( power cl toe i'resi
dent to take such measuies aa wool J
teed to correct the abuss. Ho fat 8
the Committee on Fore'gn ReUti ons
wa? concerned, however, the eu'jjVct
was too immature to enable M r. Ed
monds to make any public declaration
aa to how the matter wai or what
ought to be done about it.
r-enator Dawes rmarkei'l that it
could not bav escaped the observa
tion ot the cnmmi tee that armed
cruieerj of the Cauadiau Uoverument
w( ro ahont the waters eft the b nders
of the "Thres-mile limit" in search of
American vesbe's in. crJer that they
might, nnder some pretence cr other,
srizsthem. The ntirntsBnf eof any
i-med veseel of the United S'ates in
these waters to protect our fidhera.en
in the ext-rnise cf lawful crmmercs If d
Sera'or Dawes to icquire whether
that ebeenre wa3 from any lack of
proper power in thi primise?'. He
a aware oi tue nere si y ot proceed
ing with raution. There were tho'C
engaged in the bus'ness affected, hw
ever, who did not appreciate the ne
ceesity of delay, but who, if tbey could
have the asiurance of so bich an au
thoiity a that of the Committee on
Foreign Relations that no delay aros)
from indifference, he was quite satis
fied tbey wculd bave ereater confi
dence in their came and in ultimate
protection by the govt run ent.
In reply, Senator Edmunds eiid that
no legislation was necessary nnless it
might be by appropriation cf money,
arm hardiy that, to enable tae I're-i-
dent cl the United biatee, wno is com-mtndi)r-ir-ilii-f
of our armies and
navii s, to tend cut any vessel of the
United States, if we happened to have
rnilhat could sveim. He (itfeaator
Edmunds) believed we had cr.s that
could swim one that had been trying
for teveral months to swim and bad
succeeded every time is swimming,
bnt had not ytt, he believed, succeed
ed in gettirg inti the service of the
United Mates. Senator Edmundi pre
sumed it would rot be considered dis
courteous to express the lnpe that a
ship of ihe United States would in due
time appear in the nortbe'n eeai at a
proper distance from the lines of her
Majea'y's rtominion to give tome little
eucjunt imnt to American citizens
engaged in lawful pursuit).
Seuator Hale stated the eitcum
stances that save rise to the dispatch
lecsived from Eis'port, Me., relating
to crdcis faid to have been iseued by
the Canadian authorities affecting the
herr ng fisheries if the Canadian peo-
file themtelvrs and their business in
terrings with the peiple of Alpine.
This matter seemed to Senator ' Hals
to be the gravest thing that had ap
peared on the hoiion. If the rumor
as cwect that the Canadian au'hnr
ities bad given directions to break up
that industry of their own people, in
the course tbey were pursuing it in
dicated a more profound mischief
then Lad b.:en hretofo-e evinced.
Whatever could be done by the State
Department that would bring to Ihe
knowledge, not only of the fiehermen
of Maine and Maflsatrhusatts, but t
thepecp!eof the United States, jnet
what the furdamental pnrposeef the
Ot awa Government wa, would b a
benefit to onr i eoplo. Noquf-stion
had been before the State Department
for some tirte that was more grave
and of more moment than this ques
tion. Congress had already aitd,
RDd bad put into the hands of the
President the power of f t and judi
cioui relation, which must bs exer
cised rs an administrative and not as
a legislative power.
Sdnati r Uaie was bound to say that
the people h represented, - and the
people of the Uoiied States generally.
were lookiog with anxiety to see the
-j . r. . li ,
jumin'Birauon come up to wiiJt uau
benn the intention of Congress.
Oa theeuggeetion of Senator Dolpb,
who desirfs to be absent for a few
days, tin Northern Pacific forfeH bill
ws postponed till Monday next.
On motion of Senator Edmunds the
bill indemnifying the Chineee for loss
sustained in the Rook Spring, Wyo ,
tio-, wai taken up, end Senator
Mitchell addressed the Senate on it,
arguing at lergth against any legal or
moral oblication to pay the money
provided f r in this bill. Ir the
coarse of Lis remarkshe characteiized
the bill as an intu t to American c!t-
izership. The bill w sthen luid aside
and the bill providing f. r the taxa
tion of riilioal grant lands was tr.ken
Senator Pintnb, sympathizing' vit'i
the purpose of Senator Hoar's amend
ment limiting purchases under tho act
to 040 acres, fnated it would embar
rass the cpia ion of the bill, and oug
gested that Senator Hoar withdiaw his
amendment and embody it in a dep
urate bill with preperly detailed pro
visions, ia which form be (Aerator
P.umb) would support it. He (tian
a'or Plumb) did not believe any man
ought to own any mora land than he
could reasonably use, and he would
pledge himself to vole for any bill tbat
would make a reasonable limitation
on land holding so as to prevent spec
ulation in land.
Senator Hoar, not wishing to en
birrass the bill, withdrew his amend
ment. Af'er considerable deba'e the bill
Ser a or Van Wyck then called up
the Ui-U'e hill on the BArue eubject,
and on bis motion the Committee on
Public Lands was discharged from its
further contirlfration. He then moved
the Senate bi 1 in the nnttire of a sub
stitute to the House bill. The motion
was ngreed to, and the House bid was
sme ded accordingly. In tho disa
greeing vote of tha two bouses thus
brongnt about the Sera'e, on motion
of Senator Vnn Wyck, ordered a com
mi tee of conference. Ttiis has the
effect of avoiding tho del7 which
would result f ora the consideration
of the Senhta b 11 aa an org'nal prop
ortion in the Honsa cf Representa
tives, and putB it at orce ia the hands
of a conference commi teo.
Sena'or Plumb submifed the con
ference r- port i n the pott flice appro
priation bi 1, wbiirh, he said, he did
not expect t call up before next week,
as the iirineipal f ubject of d flereuce
was ore on which several Senators
would desite to spe ak.
Senat ir Dawee, from the Committee
on Indian Aff-U'8, having reported
back th resolution of Senator Wilson
la., calling for an invei'igatton of the
matter of app oi'itnieot of led an ticd-en-,
wit'i a recommendation that aspe
cial i ommitlee of rive fi nators be ap
pointed ti make ttie investigation, it
was agreed to.
Senat r Allison, fiom the Commit
tee on Appropiia.i ons, reported the
cineular and diplomatic appropriation
bill, with amr drnt-nts. (ihe aggre
ga'e a; prop'iation his bf en incrented
by the Set ate C mmittee by J49.7CO )
Seoa'or Evarts called np ttm bill to
indemnify the Chinese for the losses
inclined by the liota at Rock
The hill lieinar placed before .the
Senat", Scust.r Evars addrefeed tiie
Seoate on it. He c'.ar.v.tcr z?d tf.e
acts complained of as d szracelul to
any lommnnity in which they cc
curred, and dinpraeeful to anv govern-m-nt
that would not puuih the guilty
P'rt.ee and r;pa'r thj riauwcea d.ire.
'lis le rtpa.id, ami woul I Lot
Sera'cr Call rsirclnl the mi'nge
complaiLei if & coaatituuiig a ujr-
btrism so foul that IxnnajB tail-1 1 to
adequately desciibe it. He supported
Tbemnticn then wont over until
S--net r Klmunds bad t'le CUrk
read a 'etter rweiv-d by him (S i ator
Edinuid ) frim tha evretar;' of the
Int ri ir.
In this letter Mr. Lana acknowl
edged the ru' dptcf a letter fr in "en
ator Edmunds inquir n? an to H e total
nninber(f n'lisicnappra'sn w btfire
lbs Surdary of t'i Itrcrior, and
when i lix apueal in tho rase cf A. T.
Wooitwurd, latH ei.reon iti the Four
teenth Veimo1 t volunteers, would be
reacl e I i r i s o der. Mr. Lw ar re
plred 'li t durir g ib vei'r lJiSt''fre
were 2ti21 a puna lib d, of h c labt ut
6tK) have b. en dectelel.and tint ttie
awea aprea'ed in Mn cli, 1S8"). wie
now beinir eo i 'ced. l i e api cal in
the Word n?d ctee, be iax, ai ti e 1
May ti, LSS5; that the r-t were et II
about 400 C'Sas ahead of hip, ar.il it
would i ot, be reached in its order for
about three month. Vet dnr ng this
year th number tf epp a a tiled was
over litX), making a t j'al of over "000
csetov p.nlitg on apped bef jre
the 1 ' art.ueiit.
Afif the raadin of the 'etc Sen
ator E ItutiLds eubn.irte t a ropof ed
ameiidment to the legisia ive, extci
tive and jnd.cial appropriation bill,
which, on hie eugiies K n, was refer. od
io the Committee on lVisi ma.
Ttio i iiieiidiren' is as (ol'oiis: To
enable the S-cie'a'y of the I 'e"ior to
Bpeedi'y dispose of lh appeals fiom
tlie Comruistioner of IVr.stons to liim
in pers'oo caie 8 lire 1'resiJent of thn
Uii'ted States is hereby autaoriz-rd
aud bv and with th'i advice and eron
tet.t of he Sta-e, to api oinf i ot ex
cel di;g seven epeciil aieiftaLts ti ihe
KecreiHry cf the ln'eri r fcr Uie c n
8 dTBt'o'i of euch ci"s. n. a cimen
eation not exceeding $10 a day fora
petiod not ex'edirg twl-vo moi th ,
AfUr tn executive seH-ioa the Sen
ate aiij urnbd.
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Wltulesale Grocer, Collu rucur
And Commission merchants,
252 aud 234 Front Si., Keiujiliib, 7tr.
BETWIU ADAMS A WO JlHrnsin
Mr. I. N. R AIN KY il.Totat hii hoU tim. to th wif hin ami of all Cotton ont.-oiUd
in our ottarro. Itroo WrhnuM. tft Whirit4n ntnwt.
1 .m J
P. S. AI.NTOti,
C W. IKOWILL,
ALSTON, CEOWELL & GO.
And CommlH8toii !erchAnt. ll.ij, Corn DutH, ., l'hj Jfocfl, OiI-!.-..l,
Lli , ffiuftit, PU-itor, HoiliiliiK ami y'if Brick, Ktc.
Cor. Front ami Union, 1 Howard's ilow. .Urmphi's
AflDKSV rTKWAHT, New OloaitA, I AV'.). W ). 4WiNNK M.
STElul ftlfilE & CO.
Wholesale Grocers, Got. Factors
ko.s5 ax :s."n roT mtki'.-.t, Ki:j'icN,xuai
SfEVsW BROTHERS & WW US'
IMTION FACTORS AND (X)H.l!SM0N WF.IU HANTS,
E. WITZMAMTs Co
WIiolrNKllo lien lt re And PubllNlifirt;,
III A1LTIIM KHAMI II a AI'H. UAIW.KK, V. I. rr.AKF CO.
k If A" 3 A TVtal MAMIN at II AH IN, l.ol H A M'AKHF.N, 4 III
mr A NHW T-OCTAVB PIANO FOR lwu.fM
Writn (or (.tlorn.. Wots. 99:1 misl B'fl HVt t l NT.. I B; I". M
SttTUill pay omI l'rli for, MOTKN, FALI.N A
TltANUY ori'. of Hll dawriptloiiM. Nend for irrnlar
Hnl l'rloen I'lini
15 Vance Street,
W. A, GAGE & CO.
E ria! Hiret, lemphlw, 1V..
ADLEE BR0. & GO.,261 MIN ST
p 1 1 n r .vTa
rVAnRrfi I Ml
" II ml iiiaWJ
LA KG EST IM1 Wlilt Y IN AJIKRICA.
Jos. Schlltz BrewingL Gompanv.
MIIUTIIIIU DlYAIVa"1!! I OIHessail Rotfllna Worst. A at IO )
.HUlJllIIlil Ullil.IlVlle ltitulaudloUoiiM,eur..nnluA An I.
S. ROESCHfeR. Agent, Memohis, Tenn.
Hnlna sj 1NHII, ilee.OOO Barrel. Nnlea or nemphls Brnnpti, lOO.OIK) Urge
Hetlms lu lN. SAO,M0 Marrrla.
(filfr 'Vh l? 98 Second SXempliIs, Tenn:
kv ASfwnders & machinists,
VAS'n? 'tfA G&ti MANUFACTHRKRH AND DBALKRS IN
V t tW f- .1
- U I ';;' P'.'IAI. We are irt cared to fill orders
'F't'wb-'wM on so notice, for t tin colo ruled rl.iri
X-TT fjj .VC'-S. avlt Wraailx i-"iI- . o oarry in slock over
'iJlJirfi.''4'''m.9 Two Hundred Asmr u.l v.
And Commission Merchants,
SGiP nml fiOS Front
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Ni nscinni: fob
MEMPHIS WEEKLY APPEAL-
OIJE DOfclAH PER
II. . eiAVHY.
(ollowlni Flrst-Olasi Instrnmantii
. W. TOMMN. WM. BENJK8,'
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Beujes,
170 iHuIn St., iMtMiiplilH.
Olfer special indueements In Oiwn Iliiiiiiesj
of our own nniko, at foAj Toi UiiKmaa of
our uwn make, at flftl. All work war
ranted. Call before you buy.
ar Ilavln. disposed of oar entire stock ot
Vehicles and the Nlamifacturln; l'apart
ment to Messrs. TOMLIN A IlKNjh.S, w.
bespeak for them a continuance of tha
pa ronage so loo. astendnd to UI.
OAR HI A UK II WIW AHK C'lMPANTj
Latest Novelties in Footwear
FOR 6PIUN0 AND HIIMMKK.
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V. L. Douglas :!.()( Call Sliotn
In Button, Lsce and Conirasi.
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