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THE MEMPHIS APPEAXt SATURDAY, Al xh IU, lX
I I . Iwdlrallona.
t WAdHmoTO, April IS, ISM.
For Mlmlniippi and Arkansas l Fair,
cooler, wlndibeoomlni northerly.
For Tenncesee and Kentucky. Light
Mia, followed Saturday by fair, cooler! winds
WAB DKnARTKKST U. A 810NAL 8H1VICS,
Mum-in. Tcnii., April 11 loU'i. f
no. u.. Tlmn. Bar. Temp. Hum.
h. in ...........
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Miimum u-.nnersture. W:mlulmum tempore-
tnre, 66 : nilutnll. .13. Klverat 8 p.m., 13.4 feet;
i-Uanp iD twenty-four houra, fall 0-4.
THE MEMPHIS APPEAL
TEK5J9 OF HUIWCUIPTION.
One year. 110 00 I Three mniithi.....ej M
MX uiuinbt...... 6 00 I One month.......... 1 Uv
......I 1 00 1 nix months.. . M
f 2 00 Six month.., tl 00
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Fatlrm ofllee of THIS AI'I'KAU Na 12 Tribune
Hnllillns. New York. I. K. Vau Dorcn. Hiiecuil
Receipts yesterday niimlnred 814 bales,
nnitt Sflt same day last your. Hales were
2.4.00 bales, of which exporters took 1,400
ami spinners I Am. The an lie for the past
week amounted to 13,500 bales, or U.lDi to
cxnorlcrs ami 4,4'0 to spinners. Tlio local
market was advanced l-lflo, closing Arm,
llcnlpli to (Into for tlio mwii are now
UlUIJia bales, and shipments ttt2,31o bales,
leaving as stock on hnnd 4 l,st) hale Tort
rcvelplA yesterday were 3.JJ1 bolus greater
tlmn on samo il:iy l:ial year, uml mrt rereldt
elnro Hepteiulwr 1 urn 1(13,712 butee In rxrevi
of ri't'eipla for aniiio time Inxt un. pcit
rottim cIimo.1 (inlet ami linn nl New Orlcuin,
linn ut Xew York, ami at Liverpool t a'ly
at full vulnc at an alvaneeof I lil l. The
Jivw Orleaiie future liiurket i "tel ly, ol.l
cmp oir I iHiint unit new crop off 1 to 3
point. LlverHHil futnrta urc alcaily, at an
a Initio of 1 to 3 i)iiitv The New York
future market rli ! (")', olil rnp up 1
jKiliit uml new cri oil' 1 poitiL l'ort re--clit
ycMonluy wore 0.770 Imlea,
in wbick it Bays that if the merchants of
Now Albany cannot got a compress tbey
want to boo Memphis handlo all their cotton.
Tlio eoplo of Chattanooga, following
the cxamplo sot by thoso of Cincinnati,
aro about to pave the strcots of that city,
tlio Legislature having authorized expend
itures for that purpose, nearly or quite
equal to $700,000. 7lu limrt, looking over
the city and with a viow to the boot at
tainable rosults for a sum so limited, ad
vises that "cars outfit to bo tukon lust wo
scatter this fund about over tlio town in
patches, and thus fritter away a considera
ble fraction of the money. It has occurred
to thoso who have given the matter careful
study that paving should begin at the
business center and radiate toward the
boundaries. For instanco: Pave tho wain
north and south ortery, Market street,
Montgomery aveuno and Wlntcaldo, be
ginning at tho river and onding itt'Chat-
tanooga Creek. That is no ninall Job, and
while it U being put in shapn for work,
tho Council can tnkelho timo to fortnulnto
a system of streots on which they will put
oHphult, or Belgian block, or brick, or
macadam, or something olso, and whoro
these diflercnt materials can bo used to
tbo end that tho city and tho people who
pay tho bill shall get tho most posiiblo
for their money, get that which is
best adapted to tho locality where
evil, and get such streets as tho
value and use ot abutting property will
Justify." In tho uiuln this is good advico,
Hut if Memphis was bcKhuilng such a
work, as wo hoped ho would about this
timo, we should urge for tho llolgimi pave.
men ton al heavy Jtruflle streets iiud asphalt
on all tlio others. Tlio experiences of tho
army ollh uts who huvo bad charge of tho
street work in Washington aro nuaiiiHt nil
nil other pitvc incuts hut these for cities.
The aphiilt, they report, la In tho long run
the rlic iicst pavement, tho rout of repairs
in twenty years being less tlmn I per cent.,
ami then it is a perfect sanltury pave
niciit. 1 tricks of all sorts were tried, act
in every imaginable way, but wero di
rinded for tho lleltfiaii and asphalt.
SATURDAY, t t t APltlb 13, lUOli
A U It EAT UPkEHI.
p'ir Charles Unwell, leading counsel be
fore lilt I'timcll CoinmiHoion in defensd of
Mr. rrnull, yesterday concluded the
greatont sjiecch that line bceu dclivereil be
fore an English Jiblgo in many a day. It
is only approached in Icugth and strength
by Whitesides's SIH-ech ij (lefento of the
Young lrvlundors in 1H4H, or by aoino ot
the iuaMUrfiil speeehi'S ma lo in U'l'on-
irW jjjiart diirinit tho tfLtl't ill
Dublin inJM.l" if w'lti'jj) JouloIT7Tr
coming geinratioiie of lUmlUU speaking
lawyers as a sMTth reinarkalile, not
merely U-causo of ils continuance through
many days, but becauso it Is a coinprehin
eito defetiso of a nation put on trial in
tho Juraon of Iter greatest defender
and political alvoeale, Clurles Stewart
rirnclL TliiaspM'i'h haa challenged too
critic id approvul ot all the great intellect
ot Knglund, and won (tout tlio presiding
Justice, al Its cutieltiaiun, an blatant ne
knowlvdgtuent of its scope, roinprehcn.
aiveneaa and orntotlcul spirit and lliiiidi.
h'ir Charles liuwll lias thus reached the
pinnacle of fame, lie lias ratalilished hie
own standard, and is coiifiwdly the lirat
of r.ugiUh advocates, rrouipiod, in all
that he aald and lias done during the long
protracted attempt ot tlio Salisbury
ministry and Thf Umhm limn in
ruin Mr. raruell, by someihliig mom
than the mere rofiMional deairu for
siicrcM comtnoii to a!l lavt vi ta i titi'ied In
great cases, lie lias extaliliidiixl hltnx'lf as
a patriot in the (.carts of all warm hearted
jxMple. An Irinhmuil himself, hie tongue
wss touched by the lin e ot patriotism and
his heart wits alow with sympnthy as be
unfolded tho long sulTciing and pntictico
ot a Hxplo tried In special ways in every
decade ot "00 years. Mr. Idadoione,
greuUwt of living I'ngtish otators, ac
kniwleild tho SM'!1 ot his persunaivo
clotpienco, and the press, even the Dew
papers ot Tory proclivities, have generally
telerrej to bis temuikahle (orvnsic displny
snd the accural y of bis pn-viitalinii
i.icts in sequent dentil as surpu.
ing atiylhing of like cliar.icler i
the liialnry ot the I'imjIh-U bur of
this era and as plocin Kir C'liaiie
so Lir U-youd hia fellow Uietuliersol that
b.ir that they form hut background f
his brilliant 4'imuulity. Mr. I'timcll
notwilhatsnding his inmxvnitt, tiiuat !
Inespreaaibly grateful to this trreal lawyer,
and we (leisure Ouit every Irixhm.in, no
matter where tlio rxieticies of lifu Ilia
find him today, will bo stimulated to out'
Sxken rxpremioii.t of ytatitU'le tr an hi
toric defense of Ireland such as has neve
before been made, a defense that is itaell
history pervaded by s pntle and symiia
thy as profound and touching as the inul
tiplied Sorrows of a ureal people. YVI
can say in prcm-iicc of mi extraordinary a
exhibit as this sjioccli of Sir Charles Ku-
sell that the srt of oratory is in danger o
' " r A
TllS Srw AIIkwii II X,i.in lift,
thing more to f- ilM,iit Memphis as
.... . jilonna .,
cotton mar., , - ,tiuie, siiswerimi
i . nornin, , ,
rf imtrted allk and ln lUu" ol
Ufms valued at $2,00'). Th uiore kindly
wn bT Ibe waicbmanr UuMim.ni's
tlieir cscspe, ,
to and call
f good will
ThcHU).'gcslionof Mrs. Lldu Meriwothor,
that tho women of Ibis Ktato w ho buliove
in equal riuhts sliouhl organize for tho pur
him- of nuitutii'H (r thoso rightM, is a good
one. ( )no wotunn, by her iHTsibleniu.-, so-
cured the pnsago by tho present lcgisla
t ii re, and by an overwhelming majority,
of a bill providing for the conferring of the
ollleo of County Suicriiitrudciitof Public
SchiNils on women of rapacity, skill, t.iet
and industry. This is a great step
gained. It Is a recognition of women's
rt jlit to (ill jHwiilons of cxecutivo trust,
demsnding admlnlstrstivcubilliy of a high
order. It a young woman can mnnnge
the schools of a couuty as populous as
Miclhv, if she run LAccuto tlio law inlelli
they will loavo for Muscogoo, tho Capital
of the Cherokee Nation. Tho expectation
is that tho commission will finish its work
w ithin sixty or ninety days at tho farthest.
It is empowered to offer tho Cbcrokcos
tonnnte any unfair work or bad temper.
Wo suggest to all1 who would be favorably
considered to teen their temper. If the
old leaders even ihould crowd too much J)00g
and presume too much on their post
$1.25 an aero. Some opposition Is expected strength, theywill find tbnt the thought-
from tlio came mon, oui as wo sum im masses oi uio peopio wm " of VotorsJ of tho United States
offered by the Government will secure tho take up a 'new. man.'
T It I Ll....u.l In 1,A mttn I '
xnuiuiis nullum iiuuiuo m iug buw I , . , ,i, i t I
$.!o0,000, $150,000 more than tho annual w. ' - w unooo me uiuei mwbw
thesocoad group, toother with the so fab, . I
spccUve total popu or votes n ue - , -.
SSj Colle-T A majority would be ory that la Ta Federal Government the ma
fciectoral tvoiiego. A raajoniy u . . aialaa -unw mi oni nnt tba
the Majority Rule or Not? MlHW'S 5 fplfe- r9,
. 1 K u, ela l'resfdent over the yit ate tho pr nc.p e oi republ Icanism but
Showln, Tnat the Majority feuTof K which K o tK
Irffit75ffiii bctoral College,
........ , 4.porUon oi
A LONG COUNT.
I montloned Gon, Spinola's idoa of
, ... . 1 - ,,n ...... m
rent paid thorn by the cattle men, it i. not Mri W- th
bellovod that they can prevail. J 1
zcvnomwt, cniis attention loino cuioi i'"""-
THE SOLID SOUTH. mado by this ablo writer in treating oi
Some of the viows that aro Just now "Somo AspeolS of the Tariff Question.
passing current lu regard to the work In oach of a half dozen important indtw
which President Harrison has most at tries, Mr. Tuuswg "traces tho operation of
heart of breaking up tho Solid South are the sumo principle, namely, that where
very amusiug. Men who, In other things, American ingenuity iu labor-saving pro
are thoroughly practical, whoa thoy como ccbbos can be fairly applied tbo industry
to discuss thin subject scorn to loso has prospered to a point whoro prices are
their common sonso. They argue about kopt approximately as low as abroad,
it as if tho black and white voters In cases where this has as yet been
wero so many pawns upon a chess- Improctlcablo tho result has boon tbo ciovoland. Mr, Harrison is Trosident
- I ....... ..
board that can be moved and re- contrary. It will bo seen that tins stale- Harrison,! and tho Republican parly s
mnvn.l nt. u-ill. nml rntiiln in einiidfnr an m.intdoea not at n!l sustain tho modern work of clearing out the last traces of the
i. ..n, ....i" i.. .i... i l.i ft-. n :.,..(,. ,,eeiir,n. It (a hito incumbents and settling down to
,,,, .... ,,. ji .i . . .i . ,t i.t steady housekeoplng is progressing vigor- ai. MmMwUuautta. i,.ta.ia
Tl. ult,ii,1 t.lit1Mi..lu Ihnf iin.lnrtlna llin I rllrectlv nnntrnrtf tlill notion that tiro- - I '
" T.1 ' " : . " , . ., , I ously. Totaii -.jn,7s,ofia
situation is lost sight of. Tho preservation vails IhrougUout tlio fcenaio toriii oui, as Anj t tJie Bonorfti C01lvicti0n that tho s-2. Tenueoe i.Mj.r
ot ono rnco Is lost sight of In the psoudo it has tliroughout all protectionist leglsla- ot tua ieM0 oI power j, a ion(, one Texas
nl.lUnll.m,.!., J.ulm tr, mla nan nl l on nf liltn vnn. t nit tho more UiuiCUtl rbtfnrn otiu't dn it una an ill on holh Sides i"ie"Ull i.o.m,i. ii
...... ..,- I i - 1 ..... .. as. Kentiii ky . i,iiih,.,.i
Booming Anamoly la tho Elec
toral Collage System. '
How Eleven Rig States lity be Ig
nored by Thirty One Smaller Ones
Is Ours a Government of
Checks and Balances?
From the New York Horald.
Tbo inauguration echoes have already
died out President Cleveland is Mr.
1. Montana..- WM.w
It MevaiU - t,i:XA
a Wanhluglnn 76,110
i. Dakota. Mrtu I ,,,
4. Dakota, South. J ' "
0. Delaware... un.mra
7. Onmm 17l,7s
8. Colorwlo r.H.n-1
9. Florida idKI, IMS
1U. Khode Inland.,.., 87B.'i:il
li New llniumlilre. ani.'.'Jl
II. Wot VirKluta..
is. ArkuiiMiH m
111. ( alllornla .....
Electoral Electoral Bonding tho votes of the bttttes to Congress
Vote. Vote. i. ....mteil.
tu it, Mi I
Z Mlulanlppl ....... l.l:il.rJ7
w. a minima
21. Wlmniuln I,iri,4v7
. Norili (.'arollUft. l,!r.'.i,7.
A Virginia. 1.8II.MH
SO. Oooivla l,W2,lso
'Al, Maryland .
i. IuUluliiL. ........
'il. Koulb Carolina..
'Ji. New Juniey. ......
anuthur at election tlmos. Tlio ICepub- nnu costly a product is in tuis country me manuougin oeiwoon um mKroii.- inmaua.
licun party, by tho nltitudo of President more It should be 'protected,' whilo it ties was practically a fight to the death. ,w imXzi s.onlsri
Harrison of opposition to the employment flatly ccntradicts and condemns such du- Which evot side got Into power wouUl ro- ou jnji
. . m , , . .. .1 i . .1 . . . .v.- main mforaquarterofacentury. ftothing New Vork........ a.oi,7i
ot negroes In publlo offices, is conclusive ties as thoso proposed on tin plates tor the rl . B,inHBoni.n.i hlun.lorino could . -
I Tut.ila '27.K:ri.,'JU
proof that tho philanthropy ot that tjfrposcs of establishing an ludustry that I toosvn the winner's grip upon tho uiachin-
party for tlio negro cxtemls no has been shown to bo intoieraoiy expen- cry 0 government.
furl Imr than an nnxietv for bis sivo to the consumer." Tho Kepublicans won, and any Repub-
' . ' ., " . , hcan with whom you may talk win ten
tito ihe .Via yriiac.seo aim c.;ornta . , . convn,aii l10 l. telling
4 - O'l.l'ia
e ins. is
S 1 10.077
to ho counted.
"Well, West Virginia s vote Has not vet
t whnra it oiiL'ht to set." ronlled Mr.
Flower. "Under that systom you might
"ltut does it not seem strange, Mr.
ln.uo ll.nl In . nnnlilln niTOI- 111111(10(111
of poopYb should bo disfranchised, so to
Well, when you have no check upon
was made it was not contemplated to have
conventions as now. All the nominations
were made in Washington by Congress
men ami Senators."
Mr. Flower went on to say that ie did
vision of the Presidential Election law.
gra)liiraily Dakota was a more 1 in
vito. Ho fools sure ot that vote and
henco turns his attention to tho moving of
some white elephants and pawns over to
that division ot the chess-board already
crowded with black pawus and black
knights. Tho elephants woro moved at
lllrmingham tho other day, but on inspec
tion thoy proved to bo IJeptibllcans already
In full allilintion with that party. And so
it will provo at tho ('hattanisiga confer
once to be held in May. No Democrat, no
Southern lVmncrst,a Democrat from prin
wo learn that tho American missionaries you tiie (ruti, M 08 o so, that not for
to China and many citizens of this country twenty-five years at least will the White
now resident there have forwarded to House hold another Democratic President
President Harrison, through the Itev. "Why, look at the electoral collego as
T T , , T i:i,n.vflitu .,iat. anericu uy we buuiiwiuii wi wu iuur uuw
...... -u,p 8ua..ti10V1Iliy. Vo have a clean leo-
ouslys.gnod pot.tu.ns requesting the ro- o( ., new ru,publl(.nn
sppomtmoni oi voi. v.iuiriin iunuy, mo eiuctors to count upon. There is an elector
present American Minister to China, (n the collogo for every Representative and
Fortv-two- miHsionaries, representing dif- Senator in a Stato. North Dakota has
fcrcnt boards, send a scparuto petition. Kepresentativo, bouth DakoU tw
A very largely signed petition is also sent ilna and v a-iungion one cacn.
It had 151.000 souare miles whilo New
JU W . 414. i 4,JW,7a York bad only 47,000. Dakota is as big as
!!l.!l..?Ji.78,oc tho original thirteen Slatos. She had a
svstem oi uovernment wiucn mica nacm
and educated her for the honors of Stalo-
hood. Ho with the other three new States.
The United States was going to be a mora
Grand Totala 4'.i.JU.7VJ
ropulalion, with electoral
of elurdtiff PrCMldont
I..t.iil.,tl..ti urllli AlAntnr,.! Villi!, with DOM
; . . iv vi w.
aiuiuiy oi uuiiib ouirowu
. . ,, . unillud country than ever before,
To more clearly see the g ot. squo 1 b Wlg no necewJ. lor us to MnJ 0(
proportion of the voting s rength req rod , olhur-coulltrius ,0 muUo foru
In each Slate to tho chow iig at In AlIrica wai willo enoiwll uad
dential elector it is only necessary to 0 lumt ,, for
glance at the accompanying table. 11 1
TUB CONSTITUTION IS R10IIT.
With the above data I asked many gen
tlemen prominent in politics for their
A MIXOKITT ritESIDEXT.
When I nut this tabular statement before
Mr. William Kieiuway, bo said: "It
00 KvrJ la.noliliean aald. "Let well ououuli l'."" . u.mo. uy iwutieni.
That Ob ectcd to a Change. u.oment I .1. not son hv tlm President
ihi.m 1 met cx-t ongressinan llenry u. uur- l ,,.., , f.. i.. ....... i
I niiu i ic'U'i resmeiib biiouiu nob ou vieeiuu
Mielliv, if slie ciinei'C.iito too laws Inlelli
jTi'iil!?, "Pl'HfibTy anl "w-ith"1" jUN.ico,
hy should she not be eriiiit-
.1 . tt ...,t I , . i,,.. ir,.r.ruu..r,l.,litfAM TIlAll
c.pio aniiawve more money conHiucruuoii from Cnlhn ,H.titioIlillir (or lho ruton. " i "- ,";:", lolgh, of Whitehall, . and Senator Man-
can take any part In It or have anything u , a , sevmoyr, Consul to Can- 7" , uZutMrUxn T. ,th:,noo ,a, ,llw . . AvBnU"
to do with 1L The South Is solidly Dem- ..... r. ,., '., .... f ,B ,our u.7 Wea-altoi(i tUti " Hotel Mr. Burleigh could not see any
I KJlle IT. .'iCJAUlI Will BCUU UJQ UUllB I K.lt . t tra as m I !t nl ttMilstlll All Vil. BIlll Illlltl Oi I al ll..eAnnA It 4 Iwi nttini. n Ii iwrtn w iiih m
- , . . , . . I I evaeu ' . ( I lll.lt M III V aM UIIUVIU4W MS'WB "
CHTUtlO atld Will rciniltn BO DC Jl Use lid , . , I,l(!a, Tint rnlonlhut iti.i.il.nii n.iii. r.f tlilrlitnn filinin niitl nil Pri'tiilnnt irn ifWliul fltitl an AHHtJlulilv
buiiu'H8 intorcMU. cotninorciU future, i, ... ' ...1 1;.. turt iu nnMtiul mmn m nufa I man. 1 or iriHtance. no uKl, sotno Hrtotii-
1 1; r iv n uu iu Bt'i vu 1 11c mi L'i 11; iiiifji-vnin. ww.. ii. .1 . . e .
mvi.h iim.I the aeriiritv of Iu tironertv In- .'. ,! lh..,l.llins. m (llsiricis oi Auvr i orK navo 10,000
' ' I qui are iiipsu conaiuereu in aueii uiutiure i I voters. WHO others have only tl.UOU In-
forests and the safety ot its peopio depeml szrzr- coNTlxcoi s dkpkat. I huliilnnis. Ho pointod out that the same
tiiKJii the w hite man govcruing. Kven PmiClamiku's' trial by the Scnato of I There Is more truth than poetry in thiH, principle was observable in tho I'uiled
' I I I 1.1. .1... ..... il... .l.A liA,...u..,.ll. 1 Li ..... w...... lltlM l?l.v.l.. lulnn.l
Harrison, while anxious to buildup tho Ira.ico for treason and conspiracy com- . ... .. .,.,1 Nw York h.,1 oa.l. 10 Senntora.
Iteinililican party, acknowludges so much inenced yesterday, snd will doubtless bo .;., ,. tmvo ft heavy majority over the It was true from the figure shown him
by his refusal to allow the negroes to hold as exciting an event for Franco as the Republican voters throughout the country, that it required ten votes in Now York to
1 ! . u f i- I 1 n.i.i . and yet, bv the curious construction of the overcome one in tho newest and smallest
"Hico. . raruell trial has been for I.ngland. Lut the Kll Jr;, CoIIukc, the Democrats have, as Hiate, Montana. Just admitted, but so also
conduct of tne principals in uieso cases is above shown, a pretty cerium prosjiecl 01 I was it true that 111 tlio asaeiubiy ol ivcw
wholly unlike, ltouliltiger, a soldier, ran continuous deleat lor some years to come. 1 ork ono assemblyman uiighl represent
, , , it i. aula uilll.ei vi hiiu i,iv.i.iiui vv.i. mi... iuhi iv niKiuii 1 a vuu,
away, and thus almost confessed Ins guilt, ( comparative relalion of its nioiiibers to "I don't think." continued Mr. Rur-
wlicroiui Psruell, a civilian, stood his the populations of tho respective column- leigh, "that the election of a President by
.round and low aucceodud In ruininir the nit.es they represent, is a subject which tho popular vote would to a good change,
ground, ami has succeeded in ruining ihe nilmj((sioIl' o( , m,w S(ll i8 ljU,.,y A, ,ni tho cllil,f Magistrate is elected
T.i a .Vein l'ort I truing 'oaf calls atten.
tion to the fact that Richard C. Parsons,
whom Senator Slier j. an is supporting for
tho ofllco ot Comptroller ot tho Currency,
wits the head and trout of a great land
steal (or a Louisiana anil Texas railroud,
and suys: "Tho history ot that transac
tion has Is-eu a particularly malodorous
scandal in Washington for years. There
Ministry and the great nowspaper Ihe iig into much moro prominence limit in a conseivativo way, and tho system has
it has had in tho past 1 he fact that the worked very well. It w ould bo qotto a 0f t10 Forty-sixth General Assembly of tho
Iwlon 1 iWi- which
throw and ruin him.
sought to over-
by the popular vote, as any other olucor
is, liko the Uovernor of tho State. If it is
right in the oue case whv should it not be
right in tho other? There is another
point which has been taken of late New
York is regarded ns tho pivotal State.
Now, a single largo State liko this is re
garded as of so much importance that
others will do their best to win over 7,000
or 8,000 votes In it to one particular side,
and that 7,000 or 8,000 might decide tho
I'residency. Hut It luo.uoo votes or more
wore necessarv it would not be so easv to
get them, and the will oi the majority ot
tne peopio would rule, and I think that
the election of tho President directly by
the people is the cardinal priuc.plo of the
WHY ALL Trlli SILENCE?
Tbo Publlo Is Waiting for a Voice Prom
Tho silccneof Messrs. Davis aud Odium,
wisues o mo niaj.iri.y o u.e v.. ers iu aer.ous in ug 10 cnango u w.iuoui some s,a, d(i ,, of ,lle police and firemen's
couiiirv iiiivu uoiiiiuu wnuivver 10 no ma 1 ooiier ueiiuei, iuiii. anu iruwui bibkiu i . . ... , 'ft
who shall to l'niJent, is brought out was duaigned to prevent ono section of tho I ""'ary bill, Is paitilul.
and coinnivntod iioii after every I'resi-I country overwhelming another, ' and fori That of President Haddon and 1
d to hold other oilices Involving
tilling liko so much labor or personal re-
on1liility? Why should Ut such a
o.uau be a member ot the County Court
and legislate (or the management of tho
Iconiimynary luatitutlnne ot the couuty, a
ork In which her womanly sympathies
would flud free play to pruut Miasiblo
abuses of those lustltulious as well as ot
the jHHir and sulrering within them? Why
should such a woman bo denied tho bid-
t? Why thould not such a woman have
the right to vote? What is there In tho
selection of candidates to fill public ollli ee
that calls for tho cxerciso of as gn at men
tal capacity and icraoiiul rciHiuihilily as
tbo s.itiafiu'tury poiforuiaiico of tho dutiee
of SuHrilitelldelttof county public echoole?
c.i i:xe;ii;. ixcoxusiesci.
We print on the second pne s f.ilrsynop.
sis of tho siHioch made Udoro tho U-gi da-
lure ot Pennsylvania a few days ago by
the many times millionaire Mr. Curm gie,
of Pittsburg. We priurH as a specimen
of griM incoiiM-tency in an adv. tea I a of
protection and to show that such advocate
aie niuro apt than other people to meaauro
their prir.ciplee by their mvesdiic In bus-
I ne. Mr; Carnegie has been r'tvivlng
the alms ot the country as a iimnuf.wiurcr
of iri'tl and steel, who, or fellow, would
have Wen a Uggar instead ot a million
aire willmut Ibeiii. Prolection, he claims.
at any ct of bca'.iry to others, mut be
extended to him, aud lho Pennsylvania
Rullroad Company mtiat not extend the
U'ticllta and bleanlngs of protection to the
Chicago Iron manufacturers ,ln the form
ot diM-riiiiiiiitting (rciglils thatenublo them
to compete successfully with Carnegie at
the a alioaid. Hut aelll.linos and greed
are tho special aud outciiming sins of )ro
tectinu. Therefore Car.icgio not only
wants the government subsidy which
toliWr tar 111 secunsi to him, but bo woul
climb all riniictilion, coveting tho whole
market fr hiiiiMlf, Tus Aitral is op-
ed lo railrosd illscrliulnatlo.is aud it
Is'lieves that Ciiruegia Is right In what
hvs.i)s in this quoted speech, but ill
broil I ecliao it is wholly lucoilaisleut with
his atlitulo as a protectionist, while
it is in the loser and most repreheusibti
svu iu keeping with the avariciouauess
which protection begets, encourages aud
A arsi ui. to Th4 Kf York Herald
I. ites that tho rominbtaloii recently ap-
I'omtcd by Ihe l'n-ei lutit to negotiato the
ptitihnaofU,00(ll0ii0acnsof Isnd In the
Indian Territory have been notified by
telegraph to asacinbto Iu Washington not
later than tbo 1Mb Inst. As soon there
after at their instructions ran be given
them -probably within throo or lour days--
invo- 1 1 nil uu iiuitiiiiu tiiiuuiis wiiu w.uui.111 ii'iisjw . . . a . . smsm
uhV for ihn i.mtiinliiiu of lho loiUIntlon fuluro. ami savt tliut "whoa work.mr nt Uwi it U iottbU) for a imrtv with a of the Unih-J Stali Homito. If a rhniura I uu1 on " Iilo, and nrnkoa t'jcu
1 -...-!..- 1 M, e r..n. 1 tm .n.tfnnt txiiiiiiar tnnioriiy ci ovit ii.uikijjiiu io utt woro muUo in wo imnrmia von intiicaio. i uhwjiiwimiw
HTITU la W HO Tl TJ VIHIUUV Vts'llCtl 1 nuiiiiu i w iun; vt a.4 1 s .u ewe I ; , . ,, . tl I ,f 1 I I t 1 , ., 1 a " "11 .1 I ti t at a 1 a 1
I sw ..,r.-t 1 al... tuilba . a l'rwHaiiliililinl itliu. I tava.iil.l ewit 1. LieM.lis I..e i.vumnln liotii llin I litmlnp ittitimitttl linn rspvsil n 1 1 wn.l iiimn
might como to light, and the particulars helpfulness, many of tho ghastly, tragic tjl)l ,irro ( tl0 gtln more Bllrjnil alisurd-1 right to demand eiiual representation in ono iniint, and that verv iwitiveiy. vis.:
ould to Interesting even to certain mon features of city life w ill to no more possi- Uy of u.o compsrat.ve proMriions oi pop. I liio Nnnto Willi .New orlc or i'ennsyi- i 1 lungs locally aro gelling into a pretty
i i i . .iii-iii. ii i. .1.. -i l.i.. " i uiauou in uiiieroni ciaws n me vim-iora i vaiuii; li you eieci oy a iHMiuiur tuh niuw me env la growing aicniiuy ana
ow pn.minent In public l.fo. It Is almost bio. , . h , v,wU)t College, what aro voti iming to do to nrevent South sol.dlv. sna-adintf out over lariro territorr.
ncrvdlblo that a man so familiar with tho I ...,iii,, r . iu,n,,i;f,,l nmnimwnt A mere glance at tho eleciion statistics is I Carolina, Florida and IMaware from being and tho two departments needing grcaler
t.l..rif ii li.ifiHtiitliin allien tlin taar na Mr I. .... . I sullli'ieiit to reveal this. It will to seen, I ollset in the Senuln by Now York. Pcnu-I numerical strength snd additional and
'"' " ' III! Mount l ivel cetueterv. .NusliN lie. Ill I ... i. ...... i. i. n l,i,.n I ...iu...i Im. ... I t .....ii.,... !.... i ....
. III! I W II 4 I l"l lliiiiuxri nwi .h.i. ... vivinni.n w,v,i.u,nii.iv.tiiv iiiiv.id ii,,i.;iu i''iimi. v-ii ill a IUIIU
r"w"",, ' May, to comniemorato tho lonfederato rreaKleullalelecUir represents taking Uio I tuts rsnsail is down. 1 his Is done, too, under Increased
ns the earnest and persistent advocate of 1 -;i i . ,. n-i. ..,.,.. figurte ot the last cennus as a basis of cai-1 . n. nB ' (.L . n. I valuations for tat .assensmenia and tho
r n li . '....... ... it. t
ina wcyn Fmi " ml,llnl,lnl ... ...... iw-s. ollnirtf ovorwholuilmr another, and for That of Prosident Haddon and associate
has been nothing morn renulsivo in the I soclatlon ot Waking Olrls of New York dential election, but the admission of tho tho aamo reason every county iu a Shite I Commissioners, on the sains subject ac
rfrTTrtra-rm.ririmt legishttlon. If ono and lhsimilurajsocialiun In Drooklyn in- new States will give the tucussion new I line an equal representation in the StaU companlod by application of the olUclal ax
,..I.I tn, the bomb, that were Mistrib- slitutinns which deservo well of tho viW , , T..-.!."'.."'!!" ! literary works, also falls with a dull
it lint am tlio nnln. . . ..... en at on onlv i:i,0oJ votes, in the staui oi - . gnmo rato oi UxaltoU that prevai ed lust
I arsons, Uy the way, what aro the opin- )0,g ,or nro 0 Rriu,j Ka Tll0 ora. nlt M1 ono section ol the country should say, 1
Ions of 7Art.nr..rf.to,m.Trmff,..ftfas u : u j,,Hvcrej by Congressman PJ1 votes. In oilier wordN it takes over ,,,r; ru "."""WV' "What aro they proposing to do with all
to Mr. Sherman's cmirae in this matter 7" .,.,,,,,, of Kentucky ",n voU 1,1 Now .York ""i ono ih.J iVTr'jSM ,he m,m,'.y co,uln ,n ,UU n'1 nuxt y'7"'
,. , ,, , lireikinriiige, oi K( utuck). Montana. Tho same d.sproport ou ' '. ''w can you get equal ropro- was aakcJ of an Ai-i'KAt nqiortur yestcr-
Tl..s Is rsther a mal a pn.MHj qneallon. runs all the way through and may U lss,t -ntntlou in the tederal Government? j '
Senator Sherman Is supporting Uio Editor Walt Wiiithax, tho a t who has uuden.lo.sl by a glauco at tho actual Iig- o want to give Uio majonl of the io- "They plot and plan In secret," tho in-
ot 7 acCo....amuf for the iMltion written with tho undiluted colors of on In this statement, as stove said, the I' '-'tho cot.ro country avo.ee in roderal qllr,.r was snswon-d, "so I presumo you
, , , .... iu ...... . i ... Mt ....., i, figures of tho census of HSJ are necMs.v . ... .,... ... know as much about their intentions in
of Ambassador to Germany, and it can- nattm., and will lako rank among tho ,l0 0B,y B,ilBbta 0U1.g ,,.., f "Ihlsprfsent policy, said Mr. llurlelgh. ,hBl regard as any ono else on the ouisido.
not. thendoro, to expected to luko lilm great IntellecU of his day aud generation, niM olllclnl and allord a fair basis l l. i'Ti n, i 'Ti i" J, 1 understand, however, that they prop.
to Wk for anythlng-not .von for sup- U steadily approaching the end and hi. J" nL&X
porting Parsons. death may occur at any moment lias Iwen a great iiicressw in the iHipula- on, I rnnkhn, John Jay and Livingston, (ot 8 J '
How MiKoaiTtM rule the nation is
l.u I , .. .. I ... - ...
lions of tho four Territories which have "'",, nn". approvea u.o jsjucy
rowsi.t Clattok has called a mooting recently Utm promoted to Stutohood, and m!'nKT r,KU1 "arainauoii.
- .... I A . 1. . ..It! ! a!..- A1 1 III M rlllsyilllfllfM lllA IkMlns! till llOl ltlirii I "? ' Willi reuV.ll
shown ill the carefully pre.red stallslics oi mo itepuuncao ou,,, circuune v...- - ,Vlh " at V,r ,.n, Mr. Chance, "you cut off
which we coi.von this mum from 7ht inltleo of Arkansas for the 22J Inst., for i,,,. i.ii. .... nn,,aitnn. f theao lmn " o'ortunity of each mnitlou ot tho
" " I I . " V ' I . - . I .-,.1.. In I.. Tk.. ....... 1.
.Yr ,.rt W.I. Tlio figures and tacts the purpose ot deciding in the Ui.tribution l0.ri(..riee bsvc Increased so Have he LT. 'n, . i,,",;" Z
iuost inslsnces tho incrvass) has been pro- ,'rn1'nl,,."ll Uko V.1' 'ou mu1 hvo e'"'t'k,
.M.rl in. mill. I " ...ivvf.
Tumi, are llkelv !o he over l'KI.000 an I ' . , . ...... Next I met that uncompromising Demo-
- - . . , . I ii.i.ii. . . . .... , - . :
..llenllnn. for l.oni.iateada in Oklahoma. .....,.. ................ .... "m v "P'""'- " 1 lo not lavor
" ' 1"" ioiiu-iiik miMi'Dnriiiii. pipwoiiioiia I aMr electoral COlll'in. Said tlio vnlnrnn-
i.lilioiiL-li the President s proclamation of tho Statu as they were in lHsO, with the I -1 1m!IVA llllll I Itlt PrSMliti.tlT ft M.I Vln...
" " I a A " 1 ... . I . " ...w . a..,, t
ivovldea for only lO.OOO. Thia is inter- "umoeroi electors uo.ra o en. n - ate. i resnlcnt should to voted lor d.rectly by
1 ,. . ,, In the ciiso of North and Nnilh Dakota It hi,, rn-M-pIg and tho nult of tlio vote In
paled lo mean tn.itli.e. has been noewwary to bike the populations acli biato lorwardud to Coi.Un-.a. il
in the ak-.Teate. though, as shown by tho oiii.n aa tlin eltwlnrnl vttn n, . ! il......
ir..tt !........ ! ti .1.. ........ . .... . ,
ina lion, vivvimu i.uioiu.., tuu envi- i i oii.reKioiiui ir innuiniimi, ion i. ".in- i iu colliile,!. ami II... , hav . .....ni.
able hUtorian.il Ina dvimr condition at '' of South Dakota Is considerably in r-l number ol votes for President and
- . ..fii..i..r vn. .. . 1. 1. ..I .. . i. , . i . . .. .
cx.vMioi mm vt iwiiii "" ice-rreiuent declared legal r eleclud to
his homo in Wsshlugton.
there set forth aro an irresistible argument ol what remains of Federal patronage.
in lavor ot tho election of tho President
by tho popular Vote. President Harrisou
is a minority President, and only se
cured a majority of the electoral
vote by the purchnso of vote in
New Yotk by the "IkkhIIo'' stolon from
the Stato Treasury by tho thieves who
substituted a papier macho root lor the
Senate hall In the Stato capitol tor ono of
oak. Such a contingency should bo made
ImiMMiiblo in the future by an amend
ment In the Federal Constitution provid
ing tor the eleciion of tho Chief Magis
trate by Ihe popular vote. And at the
auiuo time It would to well to consider ao
amendment for the election ot United
States Senators by tho roplo. They are
the sotiice ot sll "icr and ran surely to
trusted to elect their Senators al Well as
their Rcprcociitiitivcs by a direct Vote.
Tna OloWi Miutmjft clears lho political
aliiKMphere of Mississippi every other now
and theu, and has a fine faculty for restat
ing very ugly truths just on tho evo of a
canvass. One ot tho strongest groupings
of such trutlis that wo have seen ln iu col
umns In some tiiun we reproduce on the
second page for the information of all our
readers, but qKelal!y lor tho tonellt of
those w ho reside In Miaaiaaippi. Tho facts
thus again presented by TKt M,u. ,j,r
should not to lit sight of, esiecially by
those who arc preparing to tako an active
part tn the approaching campaign.
'Ta at the natial It !! plac,
ttte ..anal alliumi Lie.'. mm Howlne,
W KU anilocia Ihoualil I i-anm .1 h( (a e
lor oiiv .ttis alaiH u l.v Im.ihmmi4J
I ti.mM br miu I uar.t hr t.n
I lewa.) tr X iii't Halillil, IIni.
(1 le-w iara wise aliliiittK al tlir lime,)
lint le a I ainoe to lull llir llei i
I 'I ii.kw liiv-ail.l t thr auial
Ala' I n.al Willi thu M.int -
l lu all mr li.ii'iiiA' iiollme.)
Mi ii. Ijr iuaalluuv.l, "sura ii.hii;!i?"
I pl.K.lr.1 lens. I pli-a.li .1 bant,
W tills el ll.e aniMiiift bnvw u alahlnf
I plalivl n1 r U iniin.. mrt
Aii'l awore a iviaimi' i mi l) Ins.
t . rvlul h'r v)'-- I I'iMii'l her lm(.
I ...n In I l. f v en l"' i.ann u.'
(I lie ink lean-iK'ni''!'-! In Hie l.r..ae)
HI bud riirt.a.l-e aiaiice-a maca.
All, mel lliat I bail errr ikv.i.
hii r.ill)f r.rtank,Nl lirrnill,
(Mupliw-. by iirifl'llltim- ..Hi''e
Aud autU uiufuturrd, "euiv aiiuiiahT
Is view ol a possible active canvass by
IUirkaduto, Cameron and Stone (or the
iHHiiocratio nomination (or Governor of
Mississippi, Tin I'l'iM-ur? HmiH reminds
them snd all other candidates that "the
ople will epiovciate an active and an In
teresting canvass, but they will not couu-1
I guard Into brfitart browa erea
Ami .uahl Um.' ll""u wotiU perplexlnt.
Si'iiieMri o lo "Bimix.
1 lial Per on lieael na aai In'let lii(.
1 rla-puil lw enM-l Iwbl b r lM -Her
in "."1 eb" "! l ll
lkl aiainwl tl II inmili ... .Iill.lll(')
Her monies now b roe .,u,
1 ... wm-n al.v ile lluic ,,M. ak,i I rl
I aan Ibal aha d la en playlna I'lnlt,
(Hit llllle ban. I In niliireiniiiiiliiil,
IMuo alie bail (iiwiliiiieil, ' rurv euoiichr
I'ra fllrlr.1 nrllhlh Vanlo niall
Wbn, wben pl"l. M)r. -Vou don't 'iayl'
I'ra I..1.-.I Ui Waaiern u -rlj
To tell brr In tbe eiial any.
fVnJt li we am ibr. aiel rai b ran play
The ib" .h h""t" Uw llt.'bmii Uar.
( bi4li" I" Ihe lar am .liliOna),
lint ia'M. mere rtlxrai ilnn -ihe
Khliivnil hjr the hmiberu irl lu true
Man brart. e cu slvoii in r. ..nil.
(Wbru brl ' an. I Inn. renlnlnn')
tbuee art'.eaa, ew't wun. aitn anouvn "
. t (WaWAT. (VwcA
Aususla, Waicb AA
I'M. 1.7 .
' I u
..... l.i. I f.l i
. ii T7.1
... 'AHi. "l
... SI .irt
I.l ll, IIS
, a. in ia.j
, . Ml
t. Aliiloma..... ..
1 Arkanmt ..
It. I Ui.-niiii.... ....
4. 1 nlora.bi. ..m.
a. I o.ii.fs.l ul
. iHik'.la. N'.nh I
7. liiknla, Hoiillif "
II. Ilnrl.la ...
II. Illn.i.ia .............
I I. Iowa
14. Kanwa ........ .
la. I mi i.isna
17. Maine ..............
IS M.iri land
IS. Mnvai'loiM'ila. ......
Al. Ml. Ina.
.'I. Minn, m.u
;s.. Ni-vala .
'7. New ltainMl.irv
a. hew J, r . ......
;"i. New V.nk .....
i. N..rih ( anilliia
"!. dnaiM. ...,
Ii.1. Ivniii. l.ania.....
ll. f.li.-li' l.l.n.l ......
Hi. Nona ( anlli.a....
ais le..t.rai .........
;. li taa ..
m. Vlrainla .....
a W.l Vliuluia...
41, W M.hlmi'.u ,.
ti. Wl.cuu.iu ........
KSrHrSKKTATtOM l! TUB KLSCTOBAL COL-
In tho itibjolnod lahlo the populations
ot tho Slates, the number of their reswet.
Ive seats In the Klfirtoral College and the
comparative number ol votes required tn
an elector io each State are given. In this
Ubular statement the Mates aredlvldo.1
into two grouisv-llio first shows what
States could, should ttoy voto logKltor,
elect a President of tho L'uitcd biatos over
. Klrrtoml I (hose position.
..I.P'i!"'A"n 'io "l "1'1 rrlli
inr and elect tho I'nlted
Mates Nmntors by the people in tbe vari
ons Mutes, as I buliove in the .principle ot
letting the IMMole huvo a voicu .lirex ilv in
regard lo w hom thoy desire to govern or
Tlta JK.rr-KlrtOSIA IXKIRINS,
"I have given Ihe subject no coiiaiderS'
tion whatever, so fur as equalizing tho rep'
"Ruy pnipertr. thunder! What does
the city want to own projierty for, more
than is absolutely necesaary? With all its
si-cumulations in that lino since Mr. Mad
den went into otlice, the tax-payers have
lo Pay rent tor the municipal olliciw
at headquarters. Instead of laying iu
more nrois-riy and holding on to all of it,
why don t they sell ou evervlhing excent
Just enough for corporate purpose' There's
.narsciatid Auction wptarea, for example.
It muy to a ttocuhsruy in tho deed that
causes the sutliorilies to swing on to thont
as puouc poras, out 11 not, there Is no
other excu-o that aiiKara sulliclent for mv
satislactlon. Pil U-t there isn't a mnn.
connucted with the government who can
sit down snd detail tho various pieces of
eilv imii.tflu "
There is p.st ono known jwlnt In Ihe
method of administering tho city affairs on
which the pr.-cnt s'lininiMrain'in admits
having no advanced ideas over the original
under tho preseul form of government
lliat is in relioving the fund derived (nun
Police Court, lines and forfeitures, market
rents, etc.. (rom a drain that the oriuimd
law evidently Intcu led to Put upon it
i tus ta incidental 4-xpcnsi lor the l olice
ii'parimmii ami thu feeding of roekpilo
mu limning at it irom a ihiUUcmI aland- evr s Ivparlment, lierauso
point I lieliovotho Deuiocrallcpsrty should there, yet the rock pile prod
biko lho ground ol voting directly lor 1'r.si- there almost if not quite exel
ideul and Vice -President I consider this dillcrence Is verr slight, b
is ruHcntallon in tho electoral collego, snd prisoners, both ol which have hitherto
',. ,i, .iii.i. v. eAu.ii.i.aiio.i oi uio i iKH'n tnkeu irom tlio Inline ant.ronriulii.iuL
iileMlioil I would not leel aa thoiluh 1 I Kiihmiim of iiii.!..i,.l..ni, H, ,1...
would give an Intelligent opinion iqain It chain-gang la rlurgod up to the Engln
lliitlookiiigallt Irom a ihiIiUcmI aland- eer's Ivparlment, because it is worked
I net also goes
ulit ln.l nn.iiii.li In
thu old JulTursoiiian dia lrino ol submit. I tho mind of Pn-nideut liadden and bis
ting to the tieoplo lor their approval or dis- ar-ajciulce to iilaca the llo,iori,.l (.,.. n,ta
approval ill! questions of this character. If in separsto qnnrtera. Receding from the
tne majority ol the people should decide original atnnd that ll was the law's pTsltivo
ono way or lho oilier no nun can find fault rc(tiirciuciil that the M.lice fund should
Willi it. ilia iratid oi l i could never, In stand the drain rvferml to. they now ra
iny opinion, to nqs-ated under this sys- late that It was ao ilocldTd by rx-City At
torn. There is no sectionalism in the mat- torney Judge C. W, lleiakell, and has lcen
ler when every man ran vote." ao scted upon from (hat day lo this, l lieie
Kx-Cotlgreaeiliian Itoewell P. Flower ia no record of such deciaion. llicnieh tlu.ra
ia ehook his bond st the iiooplu's majority Is at preaont uo disputo as to iu having
,J .roKieitiou. "Ourttoveriiuienl," he said, been mado.
''is a tjovernment of checks and balances In addition to tho salarr, printing and
s inatead ol a Government bv the malnritv. I awVIUinaut B-tiHVkllllt alliti-iiiswt ins t. latt H.u.n
J2 Iu this particular rase the electors ropro. $ .0,000 and $(K),lWo per year, there Is the
414 "'" onjiiinj oi hid Toiee oi iiieir pnuceiy roiurn Irom privilege tsx. s.likely,
"u " oinrr enae n womo nmier tbe new law, lo reach tK),000 or
take the majority of the Mates to elect the $70,tsK). There is s bundle amounting lo
Prosidenl without nvard lo U.o numerical r.1l urn t,r Si
strength of the voters iu those Mates. U.e extent ot nerhans ono alxih. and Ihe
"lake Ihe tnited Stales Ihere Ihe halation ITiis-bb tit ait I Oft tat ass. I mm saVsalMs elisaVtll ll t al
Government Is strictly federal, but in tho leaving the po:ioe and fire departments
Mouse it is not, for there Uie lU orow nta- 1 to hn a.'.iiiiul al...,. i... i.,.,v mav iw.
lives are elected according to populations. Under lbs same sum. appropriation "that
Hut lho actiou of the one body is a check prevailed during the past iwo years, with
liiu.H tit nll.ne at.I-l- I ....A t. a al. I f. t . . '
JT"' wsiiwi, Mum ia jtiFV vi IIHV tlio I II'H-aWtl Wlliiril.! lO tUV,
and lu my opiuloa Uawre never has been I aud reasoning all along 0.0 line.