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MEMI'UIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, NOVJJMBEK 30. I88G.
SEKS FROM WASHUUTOJ
LAW M KIRS BETUBS TO
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THE CAJ1PUELL SCAMIL
JuteoptiMeSoaator Jones, ofFIorlda,
Off the Llot-Tiie rresiaenrs
Message,
IsriciiL coMmroxDtuci or thi arrsii..
Washington. Novtmbur 29.- Con-
g'fit ' will ursemble on Aloud., Da
eemrer 6tb. and it is einected that
the ntpsion will te livdy, aitborjffh
thern will be scarcely teu weeks ia
whit h to transact Ifeit-la'ive butine.s,
lor :h holidays will require two weeks
of ailimrn merit at leant. Members
and Sena'flrs ae arriving; by everv
train, and there will be a fair attend
ance in both houses at the opening,
Only a few Congressmen will remain
at borne until alter Christmas. Bena
tor Mitchell, of Pennsylvania, and
K preservative Price, of Wisconsin,
aid too ill tJ come on and they may
not be rreeent at all during the ses
sion. It is said on go,)d authority that
Senator Jones, of Florida, w0 hai
benn in retirement at Detroit for many
months in the moat nnacconntable
manner, will show up at the Senate on
opening day and will turn over a new
h ai. lis will find that his name has
kn..n flf.rirknn from the list of all com-
raittces and that hs hai b en dropped
out of sight bv his contemporaries
completely as possible. However, at
vnrv roll-eill tne Clerk pronouncfS
"Mr. Jon-w. of Florida," in his umal
aonoions tone, si his memory Is dad jr
reviveu. uq is uui vi io uvmj
aid a well known Floridian yester
lav. when rtferrlnir to Jonos.
The President's meesage is prsctl
raMveomuleted and ia a long docti
, ment, dn voting much spate to land,
territorial and otusr domestic matturs,
and the Indians. The principal mat
ter which he will proeent to the at
trition of Consress is the fishery
Question oa the Northeast coast. lie
will sUte that a supplemental treaty
wilh Great Britain will be laid bef ore
tlu fionaie in December for approval.
Maine Congressmen were violently
oppoiod to any new treaty on the
basis of free Canadian fish during the
last session of Congress, but since S3
many of their vessels have been
aeia:d by Canada it ia believed that
nn opposition will now be made to the
semi reciprocity treaty. The question
of the boundary between Alaska and
B itish Columbia will also receive at
tention in the mesrsse.
The Hon. M. II. Day, of Springfield,
D. T.. the unsuccessful Democratic
candidate for delegate to Congress, is
in the cltv. and will shortly be ap
pointed Governor of that Territory,
vice Gov. Fierce, whose resignation
has been accepted. Day is oue of the
most genial of the many men who
come from the breezy prairie, and baa
become one of the prominent lemo
crate of the Noithweet, on account of
his havlnit torn to tatters the nsual
bin IlKDublican majority in Dakota.
Dav fondly believes that Dakota will
be Invested with the Statehood during
the coming session of Congress.
' Senator Manderson will reside with
Senator Palmer this season, in the
latter'! elegant residence on McPher
son Pqnare, while Mrs. Palmer ia in
Europe. The two gentlemen are
handsome and very fascinating in
ladies' society, and are in great de
mand at swell receptions and dinner
parties. Tbey are both rich, good
diners, and may be seen in full dieea
aboat every evening during the
aea'on.
Beal estate out toward Oik View,
the President's private residence, is
appreciating in value rapidly, and
over? a qnnrti r of a million of uolla'S
have already been real. a d by land
owners in tne vicinity. The boom Is
en ths stay for some time, and will be
a benefit tor the city. The President
eould sell out today at a profit of
$10,000. It was a good bu Jness stroke
for the lncky man.
Many pttitions have bnhn received
at the War Dopattmeut from thou
sands of people out West, urging the
department to reoousidtr its plan,
which Involves the abandonment
of a number of the smaller
miliary posts in the West and the
concentration of troops in large
bodies at the more important forts.
It is proposed to gradually ma the
troops on the frontiers, plaolng a large
nnnibr at the atrsgetio point, as a
ms' ter of economy in siibstateuce and
ai a good military movement. F rt
Halletk, Nevada, and Fort A.Lincoln,
Dakota,-are the fiist to be subject to
the new order of things, but the people
in the vicinity of these posts are loud
. iu their protests against abandonment
not build any cruisers ia the mem
time. Taming his attention to toe
subject of torpedo bo its, Admiral
ro ter says tnat ne ua seen muK
torpedoes to knuw that '.00 or 3 0
pounds o! gun co ton expioue j unu-r
a sh'p, no matter what her site, is
boand tos'nk her or placherhora da
combat. Yankee inyenulty. il stirau
laud by the prospect of a sufficient u
ward, would no doubt soon give us a
superior torpedo, lie commends tbe
Krirson torpeao.ana says wnat was re
nuiied to flrd such a tornedo is t ie
laitest yessal in the world somettiing
that toaedo destroyers cannot over
take. The report treats ot the reor
ganisation of the ntvy, and especially
of the Navy Department. Tnls reor
ganiiation, hs insists, must take place
sooner or later, and whoever achieves
so great a victory will deserve the
thanks of the country.
The Admiral take strong ground in
favor of the government encouraging
the private shipyards of the country,
by giving tbem all the work possible,
to enable them to improve the plant.
eo that ia time ot war tney can aia
ths government in building and re
pairing vessels, lie also advocates a
a government Iron ship building yard.
BEC0II5G MORF. AND
Dl;GUSTIXU
MOIIE
As the Trial Progresses The Case
Hai Agfum d a Phase Damag
ing to the Lady.
Ma
era (Grv
Admiral Porter's Report.
Washington, November 20. Ad
miral Pcrter has submitted to the
Secretary ot the Navy a report em
bodying suggestion! (or promoting
the efficiency ol the navy. He rays
that in rt habilitating the navy there
Is ro subject worthy of more consid
eration than that of home defense,
lie considers It of vastly more inter
est at the present moment than the
construction of cruisers, and the iron
clads now laid up at City Point are to
well adapted to the protection of our
coast tbat it seems a pity they should
ha lift in (he condition they are to
day. Touching the cruisers Chicago,
Atlanta acd Boston, and the dispatch
boat Do'phln, be Bays: "So far the
new vessels have given no evidence
of great speed, and it is fosred by
those most interested in the matter
that they never will, which deficiency
will render them useless as commerce
destroyers."
We reaulra for the navy, the Ad
iulral says, the following classes of
vessels, which will at least enable us
to show that we have a system, even
il our vessels do not equal the speed
of those of foreign powers. The first
etas should be represented by a yes
eel of not loss than 6000 or more than
7000 Ions, and able to make for a few
hours a speed of nineteen and a half
knots. The second class should be a
essel of net less than 4500 or mora
than 6000 ton, able to make for a few
hours a speed of nineteen knots. Vea
l's of the second clasi to serve as
fUg Bhips in foreign stations. The
third clas should be a vessel of 3000
tons, able to make for a few hours a
. speed of eighteen knots.
The Admiral remarks that it la pro
pofd t) construct a thlrteen-knot
gnnboit carrjlrg four guns. Thia
vetsf). be aays. could not overtake
anything, and a powerful Chinese
sunboat would be more than a ma'ch
lor btr. It is sa'd that the European
cowers have built ironc'a ls without
rega'd to future uniformity, so that it
would be a difficult matter to make or
efluct reformations in line of battle.
The United Sta'es ia making mistakes
cf thossma characier by building so
mauy dill rent classes of ves e's at the
onttet without knowing whether any
of them will meet the requirements
of acrnietr ot the urgent day. No
nation, he S'ys. cm dispense with
forts, but it is batter t3 depend upon a
navy 1 1 prr.t'rt onr coiBta inBieaa oi
oh u Killing so alkali a force f iror-
Llfe aaviBf sterviee.
WisniHOTON. November 29. The
report of the General Superintendent
of the Life Saving Service shows at
the close ef the last fi'cal year ths
establishment embraced 211 s ation,
lflKhemiron the Atlantic, thirty-eight
on the !ak a, teven on the Pao flo and
and one at the falls of the Ohio,
The Vat of the Una ladlnaa,
Wabhimoton, November 29. The
fate of ths Indians cap'ured ia the
Miles campaign is practically settled.
It was not decided when tbty were
first sent Hist whether any of them
would be tried for the crimes or not.
Ths President has eximiued the caw
very carefully, and has come to ths
cmclusion that life confinmsnt for all
of these Indians in Florida, where
they can do no barm, will be the moit
thorough, panisnment wnicn can ds
viaited upon them. It is the only
practical way by which they can be
pnn'shed. If the criminals among
them were to be singled out, no mili
tary commission would nave any au
thority to try them. They would
have to be tamed over to the civil aa
thorltles in the place where the
crimes were committed. It would be
a travesty on Jus'ice to have these In
diana tried in Ariiiona or rtew Mexico.
There la not a white man in either
one of those territories who could sit
in a cass involving the rights of an In
dian with any kind of fairness. The
conviction of the criminals would
leave their families untjuched. These
families would train up children to re
venge the deiths of these ho were
punished and the result would be a
continuation ot the outlawry which
has for years made life and property
ao Insecure in the two Territories. The
removal ot the Indians to Florida
takea away nearly all of the families,
and leaves no stock to breed robbers
and aacassina for the future. Aa a
matter of fact the 609 Indians trans
ferred to Florida have been sentenced
to a lingering death. They have been
brought np In the mountain country,
accustomed to freedom in tbe pure,
cold air of high altitudes. Their
transfer to and confinement In the
warm climate of Florida will simply
result in their dying off like so many
sheep. Experienced army officers do
not think that there will be one of
them alive at the end of the next five
years. '
applleatteuk Rmv the Indlaa
Mlorbua.
i Washington, 1 November 20. A
committee of representative business
men of Ht. Louis appeared today bo
fore Gen. UobIibw, Assistant Uomiuls-
miasloner of ludian Anairs, and sub
mltted an argument in favor of the
removal to St. Louis of the Indian
supply warehouse, now located at
New York City. The coinmlft-ioner
brs motived applications from several
other Western cities to be heard on
the question ot removal.
The Bad NboM for Soldiers.
Washington, November 29. The
Board of Oommissionera of the Mili
tary Prison, which was directed to in
quire into tbe charges made by Gen.
Miles, to the effort that the shoes fur
nished to Lawtou'a command were of
Inferior quality, has made a thorough
investigation of the workings of the
Government s'me factory at the Fort
Leavenworth Military prison, rney
have reported to the Secretary of War
tbat the best material ia used in the
factory, and that the workmanship is
good. In the cass of Liwton'a com
mand tne Bnoes were auojscisa to ex
traordinary wear over tbe roughest
country. Where the aboes gave out
within month the men have been
reimbursed, in accordance with the
army regulations.
The rrealaleBt Daes Hat Keeelve.
Waahinqtsn, November 29. The
President wsa compelled to omit bia
usual afternoon reception touay in
order to devote his attention entirely
tohismessags and other matters to
be submitted to Congress.
A Waaderrnl Discovery.
In another portion of today'a issue
will bs fonnd the advertisement of
one of the recent wonderful discove
ries in Alabama, that of Acid Iron
F.irtb, nature's own remedy, (or those
diseasaa especially which ariee from a
deranged digestion, Impure blood and
a disordered nervous condition. It ia
also aa U'-eqnsled remedial agent In
cuts, barns, scalds, brolsea aklo disor
ders, ulcer?, chronlo Bores and can
cerous afltctions.
Although it is less than two years
since it waa tint known, its use has
steadily Increased aa its undeniable
value baa become proven by the
grateful testimony o( thousands ot
sufferers who have been relieved of
pain and Buffering and restored to
health.
Any person who mayba desirous to
know tbe full particulars of the mam
ner in which tbe curative powers of
this natural earth were discovered, iti
medicinal properties, and some ot tbe
most prominent of the recorded cer
tificates of cures, will find many Inter
esting facta in the frea pamphlet, to
be bad of all druggists and general
dealers, or free by return mail from
tbe office ot the Acid Iron Earth Com
pany, Mobile, Ala. ) ,
lUwaikN Klatera 'read.
i Mtlwaukbs. Wib., November 29
In thecisuol Carl Museleldt, John
Runge and August Guts, the Mil
waukee Garden lioters, Judge Sloan
thia morning suspended sentence.
The prisoners were immediately freed.
A BltMrr LIBERAL. OFFKB t
Thb Voltaio Bklt Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bklts and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afllietod wit h Nervous Debility, Loee of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet In sealed envelope wilh full
particnlara, mailed free. Wfita them
at once.
London, November 29. In the
Campbell divorce cue todiy Mr. Fin
lay, f;.r the deferse, cominued the
presentation of Lord Cilin Camp
bell's case. If Lady Campbell bad
b lieved, ths lawyer argued, tbat ber
huiuand bad oommnnuated a mtlady
to her she would hive mentioned tbe
fact to bim, but this she bad never
done. The Jage, interrupting, said
tbat that argument related entirely to
tbe cruelty alleged in ths petition aa
one of tbe grounds for divorce, and aa
asid cruelty bad been proven in the
former trial, in which the plaintiff
had obtained a decree of aeparation on
that ground alone, he must now refuse
to allow the allegation to be contested,
and should direct tbe jury tu flad that
the defendant had given to the plain
tiff soma kind of disease. Mr. Finlav.
resuming, raid all of tbe p'aintitl's
allegations in her petition were lale.
aad had been made to intim date, ana
had since been withdrawn except one
charge, tbe truth or falsity of which
could be known only to Lady Camp-
i 1 1 i it rr. .1 . 1 V. .
DUil uereeu. ius uoiouue, uunoToi,
had evldunce that would shed a flood
of light on Lord Oolin'a prccaedings
in Paris in regard to that charge
even. Allowance must be made, coun
sel continued, (or Lord Colin's action
in asking the Paris police t arrest his
wile and lock her np in tbe prosti
tu'es Drison, became at that time the
defendant believed that bis wife wsa
living there in aiultery with the Duke
of Marlborough. Four perrons, Mr.
Finlay went on, were accused of hav
ing been criminally intimate with
LtdvOolio.
Here Mr. Ru'sell, plaintiff's counsel,
interrupted, Baying:
"Five."
"Not necessarily five," retorted Mr,
Finlay.
"Oil, Mr. Finlay," exclaimed Mr.
Rmiell. '
The defendant's counsel then con
t'nued: Lady Campbell bad written
to the Duke of Marlborough aa ''Dear
George." if bad taken her borne at
2 o'clock in the morning, gone up
staira with ber and remained with her
twenty minutes. ()j one occasion
when he came to tea the servant that
took tea np to Lady Campbell fonnd
the drawing room door locked, and a
litt'e later found it unlocked, and saw
tbat Lady Campbell's hair was d if ar
ranged, ber face flashed and the
furniture out of placs. Oo these oc
.casiona, counsel contended, the plain'
tin bad doubtlessly mlsbebaved. .Lady
Campbell's maid would bs called, and
would Drove that oa more than one
ocoasion, while living alone, her
coach at Lebigh Court was occupied
by more than one person. A servant
and two independent witnesses
would testify that plaintiff bad
committed acta of infidelity in
ths Purfleet Hotel. Dr. Bird
and Ltdv Campbell at oce time were
constantly together, and whenever he
called plaintiff used-to give orders
that she waa not to be disturbed duting
his presence. Once a cabman saw
Dr. Bird and Lady Campbell, while
returning from a charitable concert in
the East Bad, carets ng each other
in the cab. On thia occasion they
were driven to Dr. Bird's house and
both went In. The cabman remained
outside, and Lady Campbell stayed so
long i hat he drove away. It would
a'pobe shown that when Dr. Bird
viuited Lady Campbell professionally
he would remain for hours at'her bed
side in a darkened room. Referring
to Chief Shaw, of tbe London Fire
lirliade, Mr. Finlay said Lady Camp
bell met the Chief in an unfurnished
drawing room in Cadrgan Plac e in
1881. and remained with him an hour.
and during 1882 waa with blm alone
in a dining room under conditions
which would convince the jury tbat
plaintiff and Chief Shaw were wrong
doing. The evidence connecting
Lady Colin Campbell with
Gjn. Butler largely teferred
to the length of time he remainid'
when he called upon the plaiLtiff
Two shameless women bad concocted
the story of Lord Coiin's criminal in-
timscy with his wiles matd, Mary
Watson. Tbe defense would produce
two surgeons who would swear tbat
Mary Watson was vlraino intacta, and
that therefore it was impossible tbat
the defendant couldhave been guilty
of adultery with her. At thia point
Mr. 1 inlay denounced with great ex
citement and passion what he called
the "infamous fraud and perjury and
the shameless conduct of Lady Miles
and Lady Colin Campbell." Senea-
tion.l He accused Lady Miles oi
prostituting ber prayer book by in
setting therein the dates of Lord
Colin Campbell's alleged wrong doing
for tbe purpose of accumulating data
upon wblch 1 1 fonnd the present suit.
Two physicians were called. Both
testified that they had examined Mary
watsnn, and bad lound ber pure,
Neither, however, on croes-examina
tlon, could swear tbat anattimptto
asult the sin bad not been made,
Mary Wa'aon herself waa thou
aworn. She is a tall, slim cut. She
testified that she was a housemaid for
Lord Colin Campbell from 1881 to
1883. She denied all of Lady Mrles's
testimony concerning tbe surged in P
macy between witness and Lord Co
lia. Lady Colin's maid need to post
letters for her mistress, and tbe wit
ness often saw the names of ths Dnke
of Marlborough and Chief Shaw on
tbe envelopes. When the Dnke of
Marlborough called hensed to ring
tbe servant's bell. ' Witness ones led
the Duke into the dining room, where
be calltd mistress, with Lord Colin,
in bia bedroom. Witness went up
and called Lady Colin out,
aaylog the rook . wanted to
see '-. her. When ' Lady Colin
cams out witness : dd I her
it waa tbe Duke and not ths cook, and
fady Colin aald : "Thank yon. Mary
rLanahterl. Lady Colin, witness con'
tinned, used to receive Capt. Shaw
alone. On one occasion ha took Lady
Colin to a concert. . When the carriage
arrived witness went to announce to
Lsdy Colin and found that she and
Dr. Bird had gone to Lady Oolin'a
bedroom. Lady Colin came to the
door, aaying as she did so, keep your
hand on the door, doctor. On being
croesexamiued witness said sue saw
nothing when Dr. Bird received tbe
inlonction to keen his hand on the
door. When asked by Solicitor Lewis
if she had ever seen any impropriety
on the part of Lady Colin witness re
plied tbat aha never had. WT linens
admitted having written letters to
Lord Colin, but asserted tbat ahe had
never eUned them your affectionate
Mary, but simply Mary.
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Speer's Cotton Gin
REMOVED TO
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Yholosalc Grocers & Cotton Factors,
364 FRONT "STREET, MEMPHIS- TKTTW
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WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchant
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