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THE MEMTIIIS APPEAL: TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1889.
WA8BIMQT0S, Jim t, IW
Ft Afebaaia and MlttlBUppt Fair,
illiihtly wanner, southerly wluds.
For Arkansas: Kalr, followed Tuotday by
ibowen: slightly cooler: variable winds.
For Teiinosse and Kentucky Fair, slightly
Wurmen variable wind.
WASlKrATsmT, I', a atusALHKiivira,
Unarms, Tenn., Jnue a. ISsil. J
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Maximum temperature, V': minimum tempers,
dire, id Kalnfell tor i4 hours. 0.44. Klvcr gauge,
6 p.ui, IS. Chang In 24 hour, 116 rise.
Mrxrius, Tens., June I, 18S0.
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Ii7 UEUPIIIS Al'PEAU
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TO COKTlllBCTtHtS AM) fOURIIVN'I)KNT.
We mlirlt letters snd cnmmiinlcstlons npnn sub-
i U ot general Interest, bill such moat lwnb
aemmpanled by Hie asm and addnw id the
writer, aa a guarantee of bit food Islth and ro
rpoiulhlllty. No noiloe cu Ui taken of euony
lon.niuiilcBt'iiua lor puhllcnili.n mm. be written
en one aide til Ihe i.-e only, and, with all oilier
D altera connected Willi ilirr.lll"rlld. iliueiil,
iliould I aMpr. ed: lo the Kdltnr of 1 lie A
1. kli mi'lilt, T, nil.
WroMint, aaa rule, uii.1. rloVe tn ntum article
Uiil Inn lid aullablr fur uti!luathn.
OCR M W VOItK 'H li'R
a'rrn en,. nt TIIK AI'I'KAU Nil li Tribune
Hiilldliii:. Ni w uik. t, K. Van lAin a, bwrUI
1 aklrrn AurliL
Ki-ri-ipts of rolliiti Imli i yosteriliy were ,Vil
lnlr. uiiinl ."ill fur flip Mine tlay lt yi'ar.
The fuliil rr rl.i..iiirc ri 'li iiiln:r 1 nn- "0J,
TV! ,lr. nml fuliil Klilni'lita (PiT.CMI Imli-a.
Tlir Iix al tnnrki't n mullU' l qtlli t Uliil 3ml
ilr cr kiJ lit iiiilnllii irii ra In
riHrli ra ami lui lu hiliiiicn. Al Nrw Or
Inina nHi(a ami future iln-nl alimly, I ho
lullrr ilvaiii htK ! A ilht. I.I v. l i:il
xil rrf quil l anil atrpilv anil fiiliina
TiiiiitiI 1 In 3 iiiiil, rliHiiiH llrm. New Ym k
Mu iliiM-il linn, w lib fuliirm ilull ami iti
I i .1 Hilnla. The iiiip-iV-ttifllt In llie li inl
Ing innrki'ti a due to lame pun lmr liy
XUm limU'r and a U Id r Luiulitioii uf uil.iiia
at l.lvi rKil.
WON DAY. I I
t : JUNK J, 1I1HU
siaj. hixnsaros's sna.vii.
Wo aro sorry tu iliiwivu Willi uur
Urliu'd torifaiiut'-ut, "J. V, (,'.," liollt
a to the ri ncly nl M.ij. h Jnijjton d
hiiIi ami tlio j-oluy ot it. It La only a
Kw Java ainrvTiiK AlfkAL ImiuJ (x-cnniuii
to acvi-ndy crllirieo n i'ml)liruit liii iul'i r
ol (ni(ri-a, nuiiioil Kelly, fur UUiiiK
liJvaiiUipi til lua liint'tiuu orittur ul tliu
I Hum tolilu'ra ctiiiiiiioiiiuriiliva m riii'
t Fort huillli, to aw.iil tlio xhii1o ol tlm
Kjuthwitlia. bitfcrncfH anj lnlilily tlm
roulJ only bo fiiu.illrJ liy TuMkor,
Ulilo. la tlial ca, wo link tlio crotiii
wo Imvu alwaya chtiiiUvI, lltul uu-iiiiiriu
tlay U not the rwililU iuna' d.iy, it ia imt a
tlayonwliichtoolilruilumiyol llio ihanei ol
the war or tlm rauwt tliut hrouhl
on. We thiiik, lln ri fore, llul Majnr 1 !
'nUiu'a iliH'uwiinu ol tlio t'llt'iiiiiou i tlm
fVanrliuw to lliv mi;ro rai-o w.ih out ol
jitnre aotl m liuMilite ua it i nnpini llr.ililo.
Win n tlii qiii-aiiuD wan ii. I k Jio unioti
l.iat year Tut Ai i'iM Hiinte.l out tlul it
t-ouM only L ilcnll with on the tama ol
ll'.ili racy, ait J that tlm illilmulo wl.i'.o
Voliti in thia r-Ulu miikitij cciiiiiihii rmiMi
with the nrriMn wouM votu down any
Btnriidiiicnl to Old Coiix'.itilliiiti ( tlio
Male that would provide- lur their ih''rau
tl.limnt, Aa lor diaftnm hiaiii tlio
iii-gria inerely U -u.i.h' lln-y uru iiivrmit,
that i ol murw, cntirvly out ol the !
linn. The iH'iuoci All ol Alatxinu In flu'
Itfiaiuturo ol llmt NUlo ri'ltlv'd In toll
' aider tho qucation and itoKmHion to
liukn an rtlticnlinnal iiial;lli' itiun
Wat rvjinlotl by llin b iit.tlim ol NjuiIi
Carolina by a diiidej svW. Ncro Mil
Irajjo waa a natiir d rmult ol tlia frre loui
of llio ticro. liieo Irt'tf tlio u(lnti wn
lunvitahlti. In thia KUtlo the ih .t.) wun
prattled Miinrau Iuiik iM'furo It Wat Ineur
Kratcd In the Krdernl Coiihlitiitiou by the
I'lUrtoriith amen ItucuL lu the Coiiatitu
tioual Conventiiiii ol 1 H,t nn altiriipt wai
titiide to nttrirt It to an elti,'.itinn.it n t1i
fiittliott. Ilia wliit.' il.ili ralei would liavo
Ikm'II aaiimt H nn J a lnike iiuj inly I tho
eduratel fH-ojdo n( 11 io Statu would have
Imm'U oiwd to .minj( a K -i'iea, ntiidvo in
Congrn t'T It 1 1'i hml i a iiieMinu th
jwiil ol the South have ulw.iva h it ecu-
U'utioua about. When the I t h i d I'on-
tiluation waa being debated aome uf the
member con lendod that the nlavi- ahould
be counted aa the white luuu in order la
secure a rrprcwtmLiUon that would he
onio iHiralint to that enj iyr l by the
Norlhern Stnton, and Ihn thnw lillln baxia
traa accepted aa a coinpromiae. Andrew
Johnson, who cirly in the ft? a Intro
tlucxxl his whilo bni (Uention for the
CoiigrcMiouul aiioiliiiiiuient ol Ihe Slnte,
Ijecat.s lbs ol.jei t of the must inU-nae
La: oo the suKiilion that ho Jesirvil to
amond the Federal Constitution nn d rob
tho South of Uto three-Qfth rcprcaonlatioa
It enjoyed on account ol its slave
population, whereas the fact was bo
merely advocated the adoption of
ft law such as thon prevailed
in Alabama, Mississippi and Loulnlana
whereby tlieso Stntes were districted ac
cording to the white vote, tha negro Vote
being equally diffused throughout the
States. Tho abuse and misrepresentation to
which Mr, Johnson was nt that time sub
jeeted proves how deep seated whs tho feel
ing of the people on this qnostion of repre
sentation, and recent dincimaion provos that
that feeling has lost nothing of its force.
If an educatlonul qualillcatloa was adopted
by all the Son thorn Suites it would load to
the loss of perhaps thirty-flvo ltoprosentii
tives, and tlml is a price the people would
bo unwilling to pay for taking tho franchiHO
from one-third of tho white men of the
South and two-thirds of tho nogrocs. Do
sides, It would ontail upon us and tlioso
coming after us an agitation that would
furnish endless texts and opportunities for
doiniigogiioH, and would bo fruitlul of
troubles which, compared to thoso wo now
have to enduro, would bo as a continuous
storm to an occasional blust of wind. It is
true In this case, as in othors, "better boar
the ills we have than fly to othors we know
A TJillKATEMSO DANGER.'
One of tho Rroatest dangers now men
acing the survivors of tho dreadful storm
that destroyed Johnstown, Pa., on Friday,
and swept so runny other places out ot ci
iatence, is a plague that may Im engen
dered by thousands of dead bodies
fast passing into tho putrifying stage
of decomposition, which Is hast
ened by water and nind. The physicians
whoftro on the siiot (ear it, and for that
reason suggested that the lire, which raged
at tlio bridgo where so many frame houses
were stopped in their onward courxe down
sires ui, should lie given free play to con
sume everything, tho bodies included.
lint the relatives of tho dead have resisted
and Insist ulherw Ise, and tliero is no know
ing what more may follow of death to tho
stricken and infatuated people. Wo say
infatuated with tho deepest sympathy for
them. Hut when tho lira bss boon got
tindor control and searching parties reach
tho dead bodies they will doubtless bo
found to bo beyond rccognitiou and al
most past handling with safely to those
who nutni) or inuy ho detailed for that
July, liven now many ot tho dead are
disfigured beyond recognition, and it has
lxen determined to bury them in trenches,
the xr and rich and men, women aud
bildieii nliko. Far better that for tlio
sake of tho living they should be cre
mated; but in default of that tlioy should
bo laid ill a lair of quick lime so as to
ncutralixo as much ospossiblo the horrible
lTucls of i) much putrifying llosh. Tho
beal'.h and lives ot the survivors should
now bo a sucial care and every precau-
iou be taken against a possible epidemic
if typhoid fever or scmo other diseuao
made worse than usual by a provocation
that fire alono can euro.
TlIB jlrtiiiiaiiJ Ci'y JourmU has never
done lietter work for tho pooplo ot tho
Halo it represent than wo find in an arti
cle beaded "Facts," which wo republish
this morning nnd rail special attention lo
na worthy the ratvlul and candid coitaid
(ration ol the Ictmcrats ot Arkansas. The
.ii. on mnlet it plain that (ho M'tit jnrioa
ricetitlv summoned to try the election
r.aea in the fulled Stale Court were par
llsan juries, and that they did Just such
work s mlhl lo expected ol partisans.
The apologists for (his sort of thing will
dud in this carefully prepared rditorin
(torn Thr iiriinf a complete answer loall
tho subterfuge ill w liich they havo Ihx'D
compelled to deal in order to tnnke tho
werser appear the lietter part.
Tur .Vie I'n.t r.iM maki-s the poin
that il our goverumeiit can maintain iu
claim to tho exclusive right of lVhring
Sa. which Is irailly a part ot the Pacifl
(Kx'sn, according to the heal gi-ogtaphrra,
then It should iiuike good its claim to ex
rlusivo rights in tho tiulf ol Mcxi(x). A
Ihf lltrM expUuia; "Tho width ol IVbr
ing K'S in its central nrt (near tho fifty
eighth parallel of north latitude) exceed
I. (KM statute miles, and tho maximum
width of the portion Incliidod luthis claim
Is Uli) milts. Ihe width ol the tmlf ot
Mexico, from the West Florida coast to the
n.irtlieailerniiu.t Mi'xie.ut const al tho
mouth of tho liio fir.indo, is less than
1,000 staluto in ilea."
Is view of tho objections inado by .'er
Ulultepuhliciiis In Washington to llov
rrly Tucker's npointiuent as a Coiniiiia
lioner lo ll.iyli, 7ii lmifmtty AtUrrtitrr
notes that that gentleman la still a lVmo
crut, "nnd that, no doubt, is largely tlio
rcaMiit why be Is soundly abused by
the Foruker llre ealcrs. Uingstrvct, Chal
mers, M'hy and H.ihono aro all right,
and all 'Ihvlr ctiuies sgnlttst tho best
Government the world ever saw' have
long since ln-en forgiven. Tho only two
living Conf.'derstrs who were chnrgod with
violutioiiaof Ihe rules ol w ar, via.: Chalmers
snd Meshy, nro bowling llepubliewtis to
day, nnd occupy front i-ents In tho Ubc
Uncle ol Republican saiuls."
Thk work of clearing up, not only in
Johnatnwn, but In the small towns In tlio
vicinity, and of searching tho streams (or
desd bodies ,ioilld bu an lluniodiste work
snd it should be prowv uld with vlgr Bud
without iuteriuisa.on, II (mmsJIjIo, both day
snd night. Tho wlmlo country is lulff
ruled in this, cape, -tally all of It that is sit
uated along tho Ohio and Miaa'stippl
Riven, which aro fed by the stream that
now bold hundreds of putrifying human
bodies, as woll as thoso of cows, oxen,
horses, hoop and hogs. Thousands of
man should bo pat to the work of clear
ing up and burying dead bodies, cost
what It may.
1I1E NEGRO SHOULD MOVE.
If tha noKrnoa could see. sn Inch boyond their
lao limy would know that tbs Importation of
Unca UkIim of llwlr mot Into the eotuiu dlstrleta
ini'Hiu continued iHiveriysud dettnidullnu to tbvin.
Vi hi'Uior they work as -hire emiiirs, day lalonn,
br tho month or by the yoar, ft alwa ends tha
same way. Nlnatneu tituuliethi ol tuain no In
at tho Ixiiliinltis ol ths yuur imor and rie
minlunl, aud they ooma nut at tho end uf ths
year III tlia aaina condition. There osu be no liu
iimvenieiit In them morally, InlcllecriMllyor Unitii
dully whore they are lierdod loiiethur In vant
tlmuiKi inaklns oolUui, rlisi and aon-r. If they de
sire to Improve thomaelvea, let tbem dlaptfrae In
mall btxfiiM, dlfliiaa theiniwlvni over the enilru
nniiitrr. and U-coma anal m Hated will) the sreat
ImmIvoI the iMipulatlou. 1 he uearu van so lu th
old wiiyi, or ho can do latter. Ar-usou u.toorul,
Tho nciiroli a grciinrloui animal. It la aa nat
ural for them to herd aa II is lor nattle and bu tra
inee. It li a physical Impouibllltv for them to
"bocomo anlmllattd wlinlbdiraat body of the
tittitilittlon," l'licy will never do It. How can
you atdinllste oil and water? Tlio olomenls of tho
you ranis are Joal as distinct If by common
coiiMiit uf tha raoue awlmllatlon ahould
Is) reached by mlacoeenatlnn, what social
drsmlatlon tha counlrv would wltueaal
Why Dot Uoniirvaii appropriate a territory tiflkloully
larii for tho Afrleo Americana to abide uioa and
oftVr lliera liiduoamenta to einlirater Tbla would
ilro a dlitlnet and separata rsiie s distinct and
epanta territory with all Ihtpoweraof statehood
to control their own municipal affair and elect
their own representatives tn Coniiraa Thli would
eiroctuslly settle tlio rata problem. It would open
the South lo auttlemeul by thrifty New Kngland
farincn who- would b Inspired by no
ran anlraisiltlc. Thoy would Kvolullonlse
the ajttein of farming lu tae south and the crop
roiriir would eeas to makt petty arlttocrata of
ons cUaa of p"l'l aud ilependeut paupers out ol
another. Nobody but lb Houthern plauter wants
th ntwnib Nuliody but Ui Southern planlor
wsnlrd the neitro when he was s slave. Thai tho
question Is, bsv the small laud owners, lb
while luborvr and the penny merchant t
to submit to social aud political ooudilions
repusnant lo their taste and dotrlmvutal lo Ihelr
itucn'sa In onler that lb Soiithrrn planter may
have a kind of labor sulled Ui hn peculiar Utto
and tits plaiitalloo supply ineiuhsnl a elas of vus-
lomen that will always remain poor In order that
he mar aroar rich? The duim of the mwroei hav
hut little anibltlou lo bjtter their condition. Tbey
niakean pMvlaloos for Hi futur aud place oo
value di their Ulsir outaide of their Immediate
Wants Thlt tuakas tbem an easy prrj lm tli land
owner and Ui rmp morta-aiie.
Imluee th mm tn emigrate and rolontM.
rhanm the sratcut of lanuliuj, aUillh lb cmp
U'orUaire and th eolith will enter lio an era ui
pnninrliyroniitiil with her Tarll nwoumw.
Tho ninro will h better contented, white tat.jr
will be bettor remunerated, rare wan will b
handnl down tn the unrC"flcd t "S "t hldory lo
tnaaire th uof th fulur hni.fi.n, called
nouiliern oulnuvx" will cvue to tntlsm th mind
of the Noriii, arid Jnhn hcrman and hia Idumly
shirt will b n-iiialid.'d to tlx darkMM of oblliluo
aa n llra ol acuil barbarliui. t'i loaa y ( tra.)
Our contomporary ha evideutly for
gotten tho fact that the negroes are citi
xens, and are not to be legislated for or
about as wo legislsto for tho Indians and
the Chinese). Congress might lay off a
Territory for thorn next iVcoiubor, but it
could not force them to occupy It- Put,
even if it was so minded, what Territory
coulditglvo them that does not already con
tains whilo population, wilhvoatod rights
that could not bo forced or cosxod to leavo
(o inuko way for tho negroes. Then, again,
wo could not force thorn to emigrate to
Mexico, and it wo could the Mexicans
would not rocelvo tboin. Tho' same Is to
las aald ot a proposition to send them to
Ilayll, w liich has recently boon circulated.
roe iieoplo cannot bo moved alxmt
ko pawns on a chess board.
To nso force upon the negro to compel him
to uiuve hero and there as white commit
tal's might Select would bo to establish a
proceduiit that might bo invoked by ono
body of while people against another to
tho ruin of tho very fabric of liberty. Tho
righls ol tho loast must bo protected Intact
In order that tho right of all may
be preserve I. Pennies, the planter
who Is so summarily disposed
of in tho almvo odltorinl Is a man nt migh
a might goes nowadays, llo has always
been ablo to protect lilaiiileresta and nevi
moro so than at this moment, when he has
Wheel and Alliances to sustain biin and
work fur him, as they have recently lieen
doing lu the matter ol tho bagging
trust. Iln needs tho labor of tho ne
gro, ;o oilier wouiii sun iiim, an
bo will stand by him and make com
umn cause with him. Ho wid cot
permit Ihe economies of cotton planting
to be Uiado any moro trying than they
arii already by reason of natural condition
and tho coinelition of l'-KVpt, Iu lia and
Sunlit America. All this lino writing
alsitit moving tho negro Is so much breath
and time waeted. F. very man who grows
cotton and handles cotton would protest
ngaiuat It, oven were It ptawiblu, but it
Tub compulsory education law now
U'iug enforced ill Mexico will have the
good vlTii't of compelling parunts to send
their children to tho public schools, no
matter what their prejudice may be, and
In tea year the cll. cl will bo plainly evi
dent in a generation of intelligent men and
women who wilt lie able to appreciate the
trssl work President liax has done and la
doing to iiuike bis country wiiithy of uoar
neighborhood to the I' nlted Males.
A Mixrixuot ladies and gentlemen In
trrestcd in tbo nrg.tni ttion ot a musictl
s'lely will 1o held at tho Merchant'
Fxcbango next Friday evening. Tho
project Is well conceived and (hero should
i a largo aiteudance, Tlio pmpoeiilon
will bo thoroughly caav wed on that oc
t Jisii.it and a strong ribirt ma le to estab
Imll a musical organisation ot which tho
city may be pmu I. ,
Tub Treasury lK'rtineiit having aui
taini d the S'ew York Colhvlor. In hi do-
i-.oti llial worsted cloth is to bo classed
with woolen under Ihit tariff law and la.
llirrpfurv, (ubject to the higher iluliea
lovud upon woolens, the itnpo lent pro-
pose lo take an appeal In the Siipri'inn
Court, where alono sn nccu'sle and .....
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u,Mf-.-ii iii.,-i.i-iiitiiii ,, iiieuiw cuii isjnau.
T..E l-criiiaiifiit location ol Ihe lk.hvar
I.-... 1....1 a - ., .. .. .
u.. ..iiuiuwii nun, uiiir nun 1.10 main
lins of the Valley lUilroad ho settled the
so long vexing question of the location of
ai tt .. am i pnMni,, I
tho Court-Houaa ol Coahoma County, as
tho Court-Houaa of Coahoma County, as
this branch lino will afford the people
easy access to and from the county seat.
MiMPUis must not bo behind. Other
msmphis must pot ie ot-ui
ciuow uuvo scut ueip to mo soiiun'u m
-I.: l I I i it rvon. I
pla of Johnstown, tho total of subscrip-
A 1 I '
lbs sum of
, , , ,. -fiA ii
1201.000. Charleston Bonding $o00 of It
Aiompais suouid place ueraeu u
oncoand for a bandanmn sum.
Tn t.ZTt0 set to
work immediately In the Johnstown ills-
trict to bury the dead. A plague might
follow if IntermonU aro not speedy.
WuAtaiioodthina it would bo for the
citv if Main street wero luid in asphalt
along the whole of tho business portion.
L ... -I
An Arkansaa Deputy Marshal Makes a
Special D Li patch to Th Apical
Little Kocic. Ark., June J.
United BUtes Marshal Faulkenberry
arrived today witn Hicks aumnor nu
Ik. M. Ilorton, accused o, manufacturing
"moonslunp" whisky in rise county. I
Tho canture was mado Saturday morning
soon after dayliirhL about ton miles north
ofMurfreosboro. and fill ys xty miles from
v. . , uwwv.v, mmv. j j ,
Arkadnlnhla. The alillhoUSO WO fixed I
Arkaaeipuia. ine stiuuouso was uuu
uw h.o,-,im .......v.
n In t Mf-Mlua. .IxlllA IK WSB II II 1 1 L I
;, . ii.-i.-t kiti..
ot togs, auu looaeo yory uittt-u -
Kn.rlu '2 OKI iralUm. of uiiiah wore Can-
-' a - . i.i I i
turod, together with ten bushels of meal
and ono barrel containing nearly forty
gallons ol whisky, t or ;some timan was
.Ual. .n. 1 "7'.W".'n
onurstiun auuiowucru iu mt wum;,
Kepeatcd attempt wero mado to ferret
out the guilty parli., but they alway re-
suited it? failure. A nuinU'r of men lost
their live through their seal.
IK-Diilv Itcvenuo Collector Pobert Cook
took tho matter in hand aud worked it up I
thoroughly. The Marshal was notilied
J .?-?, i?.. li, .1 r,...,.. 1..1...I lu. nlaua and Fri-
tlav morning I apt, Faulkunlierry, accoui-
: ..I I til 111' nf llib.Cniinlv I
pauivu vj oiic-riu nmim,iii....."i
nu s posw ui nine I'liai-n iuou k .
oen ina. aim w nai iney et-uiui'.ioi..-i .. i
.l..l. t,.l.l It ia nnu of the Ulont
T":r::..r:. i n.i.
State, in the matter ot illicit whisky dm-
iiiiMiriuiii. tiMiniiiiui axitsva v ut , nsw
Special Mspatrta lo Th Api-eaL '
NttwroaT, Ark., Juuo 3. At Sulphur
Hock hut night died Abbe Iwu! linger,
one ol the North Arkansas pioneers, Tho
I.ToaLd has lived in this section about
half a centurr. and held a Federal olllco
under cne Itomocratic and thnf Kepub- ual oullit tition tho negro, And then cult
lican administrations. Of him it can tho climax by the adoption ol fomalo sul
truthfully be said that bo died full ot years irage so that every colored woman can bo
r,f tl. ri.tiHi t of tna nniirhlrs.
ltieciai iiupau a w i n Apiu
HxLkNA, Ark., June 3.1 Tho last four
diva ot the Phillip Circuit Court havo
iJ, .,.,im...l in tlm Innl of a vcrv iin-1
, i.it anil. Involving altoul Jll.000.
and which was transferred to this court
... , --.
from Monroe County.
Tho While lUver
I , , ... ,
I.umlter company waa tne piainmi ni
llie nt. XiOUiB, araauea re iea luiniiiau
rmn.nw .lefemlani. The cause of the
i.i .... ...... . ., . i, nun, nn nt lull null m
.. . t
il... h.n.lter mmi.anv at Clarendon in Au-
gust, lK.su. The plaintiff digged that tho
mill was burned tliroimh tha negligence of
tho railroail. catwod ny sparks inim a pass-
ing locomotive communicating with com-
bustible matte along the railroad s right
.1 Tl. ...it a.... .I.ud.l.wl in fnvnr i.f
ui way. ..'.. " " ,.ft.v..... ...
tho railroad company this evening. There
wore eiithl lawyei repreaentiug tlio umor-
cut sid.-s oi tno iiiigniion.
special ii.tst. ti tolh AppawL
Jackson, Mis., JunolTIiore are some
marsh lamia in Mississippi soon to be put
on the market which are sopiKwed to bo
valuable. Th Swaiiiu and .Marsh Land
Hoard, consisting of the Governor, Attor-
nry-Geneml nd Secretary of Slate, held a
... . , ... , ... It L ... .I.J. .......
llieetiua in low t iutuiiiui uim mi. hi.'i ii
Ing, at which It was determined to visit
Scrantnn on Monday, the 17th instant, and
arranuo for tho sale of "lowrr Island'' and
other marsh Isnds In that vicinity. If
fsvonible nl...-aii 1 mado tho islaml will
he d minuted of durum the next sixtv days.
There are many and most desirable mill
site on tbo ialnud and suitable locations
for lactones of dillerent kinds.
M - -
Mawlbwealera Hap! 11 (sllege,
Siwrlal li.iiwlcb to Th Apral.
Jackson, Tenn., Juno II The com
menceinent exercises of tbo Southwestern
Itatitist Colletre. of this city, beitsn yceler-
day. The commencement sermon was
pn-sched veateniay dv licv. ti. U nancy,
of Knox villi'. Tenn. The annual contest
ot tho J. li. (irates Kvciety ol Keligious
Inquiry look ploi-e today at tho colleite
Luililiiiir. The subject discussed was 1 ho
laird s Siiiwr. llu' pno was won by
Kev. , r, isorris, "I tins county.
Kewleneeel lor IWailaa; Ilia Uanahler l
Sin-rial Pl.patrh lo Tb A.mI
IUi sha, Ark., June 1 .IsmeB A. Jark-
on, who killed hi steptlaughU r about
sevon years sgo lu tin county by Hogging
. ... . .
l,..r .a iMinviftP.1 lihl:iV nl II it. II a Itllt fhl.-r
snd sentenit-d to two years in the penilcn
tiarv. Jackson was nl largo mild lust
summer, when he was arrested snd brought
back 10 this county, llo was once quite 1
Mrs. Mar-nek t,rr lit.
Livkhpooi. Juno X Mr. Maybrick,
who, it ia alleged, poisoned her husband,
Is so 111 that aha) is unable to sposr in
lirrepd lur sitoaie,
fontwpnn.il 0. of The ,. .1.
Fn.Tox, Miss,. June :t. Tlio Iemocrats
of Ilawsmba Counti held their convention
Saturday aud llis iiicted fur J. M. Stone
fi.r (iovernor. T lio cunvcutioii was bar- i
UioliiollS and Well attended.
) lael.1 RareT
1is.non. Juno X -Tlu-rwwss another
achl rncwtfxU, in which the Valkyrie,
j lrex an I Ynrana co'ii. i, d. Thu Valkyrio
! 'i"'"'1"' ,1,,r'1, Tl"' "" ' i il tiiiinisasf.il.
! ' imU7i V,U
l .H ior. of Fisher-
ham uf ll.'im
I'.. being bunt
pilcl. pill'., was
so gnawed up by Woim, tl,.,i jt u,( , r,
, . , Vm, . 1 , ' . ! he would snck to edit.-ato the voter, so o( ,h mayor of Ottawa, Out., last fall for died in Tyler. Tex., and, during hi life,
i i. h.d.1 . gt'iit Irancntse so woiiiu a. ma 1 u ni ,(0 demand tor SKistunce durinn tho hirgo fortune, and a ho had no heirs or
to bo hlu .j, how t ho 1 colni r , Itho rye or Iho cimv- , J2tf o u , tK,IlJoJ. ' , Jw h
Itr. wielrhienei hiii Healsw. ploxion of tho etiticlo In any way aileit . ... . ,. ' , , '' , .
,asil pupal, h m lh Aim-si. the merit ol th question. If lm were to Ueiievi.a an Aitrrblesx, K'en it, by his hist will ami testament, to
NASi.v11a.Vun., Juno 3.-Th Pey. make Ignorance a bar to enfranchisement, Irwn ,t,.Tcrr ll.ate Fx,.n-. npia ly d.v.ded among all ueraou liv-
Pantist Church, bus linally dm ided not to .. that Tcrre Haute', growth and proMH .iiy wafJ ni. ,,iPtl,MV Wll. ,. ih of March,
willidrawblsro-iuu,.....,,. lie will leavo toiJSflMniMu denindi In any way upon what Indian- ,s;a. To comply i.h the law concerning
on the ll'lh insUtti h.r Moux City. la. y,u" ,0. V'0 T '".""J"' ... .Z .71.. . " l"ih npl and psinirs ihiuk or say ol ,l0 aiainbutloii of proiK-rly. everyone w ho
a. I- .11 ..1 al -a "At- I- I
MAJ. T. B. KDOINOTON'S BPBSCB.
, . 4, I
Two Vlowo of It-A Btrons; Indorse-
moot and a Republican Crltlolsm.
To the Editor of Th Appeal: -
Allow aa old and steadfast friend of Int.
Appeal to suggest that tho very meager
Bjurlal rnfornn tn b i Mt.
wV -J- I
Appeal of this morning are not, in my
,, . . . . T .2. . .i-l
juU.u.e.i,-uU wuat i near, ui iu
judgment 01 , Uio thougUUul portion of ino
community commenstirste with tUo rno-
...... .... . ... i
iujuuiuiuuv ui tutj urtllt:ioai lu jiv ui uid-
cumion. All things considered, it may I
well be pronouncod the mit notoworthy
event that bos drawn public attention to
"" u out uj
ing a future solution, ono that to tho
Southern States and pooplo espociully,
I 1 I I, , in. I
Maj. Edgington was the right man in
tho right place to uncover this mometous
. . . , . . .., . ,
subject, as he has done with a master's
i!..!0.:" , i?."!!e.c.t.'.0u.Bnd. lbl
msn a brave aoldier in the Union army,
S tmWU L VirTrllud'Via;
vu.u.iumnv.t,.. u. . P uto '""""
lnti;n, t,. ".....J i i.a ii . nnin
tii utterances are entitled to be received
as the matured convictions resulting from I
long years ot )onwnitl observAtion and
" ""u, " ' "" ".uu r""-
. . ,l.m.. Nine wm tli.irA anvtlnniy I
i r.a." I
incongruous between tho occasion and the
...UI..... . .... 1 f . I .11 A. l
rjuoiuvi, luaierr ui uro nuu r ens. ah e- i
ii" in... ...... i: i.i.i .
i, uiuu auiuioi, uumiuic cum uiw a
Ih a Heiid poinrailna. iniirht moHt nnnronrl-
I . , ,7 ; . r' ' ii r I
lately propound to hiiuself and to his living
compatriots the question as to tho
results or outgrowtn 01 llie conuic
a"" ,. ..l.n .... .
tins narvosii oil
ueaui, ua uuirute mutitiiiu numt
clwively of thoso who are regarded a the
s,cial beneficiaries of that conllict, and it
was eminently lilting that the wise, con-
orvativo and patriotic words of the speaker
should bo uttered in their hearing. That
they proved distasteful is no srgument
agaiuHt their truthtfulnoNi or propriety as
irinh i. often moat unoalalahle' when most
forcibly and opportunely presented.
11 K.ll.u. 1 1... u l.w Xf.t I
..mi. u ivmv.; auKcmru
B. Edalneton. at tha National Come- "luv Jr" ",yZl "1 ZZJil- ZZ lor n a ampatcn, caims mai pistol carry
nn ho 9,1 in. i.. r..mniev Y " " V" ..." e..u " i- ng -Doing a simpie misuemeanor, and not
of the, adrlnua that annnar. In Tub l 1,1. K al.mtlrl allow Olavton to DO'"K recoKniJu M a cnuae oy mo 1SWS O
- -v. .wuu .uvi ue ..b.- j ,.Up Q OVOrV CUIIU Ol HID HIUUI, Itsujaiim I , , , , . .. .
unini, . u. ,,iium,u.i11, an u0Ur ,!ller nlr rrcciiiiua. wan
nut, it iniuiiiuir u.u.o m;iiii.io auu
harmhtsa than tha ons nronoa,.,! I.v thraus
Z7:r. ;zz.:"'.t . :.i'.:.".r..:' i ,r
-swiiu avuuiu mi vaui a iia-o jva uLaiiiiu ui tnu
negro as a panacea for all tho ills, social
and political, present and prospective, In-
ciaeniai to a con met 01 races, lor, wniist tlio
amelorating iu II nonce of education uiou
society ifonerally may not be questioned.
it is undeniably truo that tho most
clamorous and aggressive negna-s where
11.. .... .. . .. i.. ....1 .. .a ....11 i. 1 ... t 1
illfj TUIV (lUUBllUU 10 lUTVIVfJtl. Will UVJ IU1IUU
amongiit I iihw ikjsi euucaied. Adopt tbo
1 1 1 luteu jiff IliaasiA lilllnnnitarlnliBi lkf llin
sources ot the white poimlation bo taxed
without stint to bestow a shallow intellect-
I marched up to the ballot-box and we will
Iiiavo 1110 ut'Kiiiiiiiig 01 ins eiiu, an unu ito
itninhicnlly outlined by Mai. KdsinL'ton a
I 1 i.i. ' : t At. 1 1
t0 NpM us by It C )tll0lnplullou.
I Thanks, mauy thanks, are due Mill
Kdu'iniiton for tho fearless, philosophical
and slAlesiuanliko presenlalion ol hi
Y'w- ul,?l, . 8't .problem of tho
1 i.. lie has red a shot tlio re verier
:." "X' " iV ' .'. i. -:' i" !!. ,77: " 7 . .
nl nna 1 U hl.di M, . II rvrsuliitl lu, li.,ap.l
I iaBa jf yt
Th ki'-awbllrasi lew,
I Tn th. Fifltiir nl I'll. Ai,lal-
I --. ,
Sir-The extraordinary speech delivered
I by T. D. lvlgingtoii on Sunday last at tho
I National Cemetery uuder the auapices of
,no iirmn, Army of tho Republic, consid-
. hfj . . nJ ,urrounJin8 cir.
,- ., .,...,.,.
I CUmStanCU IliaSO II 1110 most UllSCIIII'VOUS
. I ! 1 I
In its political etTocU of any published
utterance that Has lately como willnn my
obscrvsUon; and 1 allude to II now In or-
dl'r to t11 lu",,ion to umo of It wild and
I llo says "ino nrgro anouid bo undis-
turhed in but royalty bclore tlio law, and
I he should possea a culllcient hold on tha
riuht ot uflriw lo Insure tbo protection
I of tbo IntcresUol his race." ISut
"the limitation on his right of suITrago
hould lie of such a character as to
remove) tho fear of negro supremacy."
.Now really IB It not an c-lo-
quent commentary on Maj. Faliongtou's
"Anglo-raxon ' Inielligi-nco and menial
rara aniinriorily when ha either exnreasi-a
or iiuplie the lear ot "Iho upn'iuacy" of
8.(ks),isi0 iioor aud Ignorant coionxl over
."i.lsM),l)00 comparatively rich and eilu-
r.m.l while immhiIuT lie Miva "Iheir riuht
to vote should be so limited and adjusted
as to leavo the white race dominant." elc
Well, are tun While race not already "dom
inant?" How many colored tiovernors are
mere now in uiei.niie.1 states.- now many
, ., f -. , ... . . ,
m.Ihi-p.I memlra of t"inL'n-a are in tlm
c - -
I present House of 3Jj Ib'preaentativ.'S,
I and in tno l ulled Matew.'N.naio oi acveniy
I ciitht members? Itcally hia llourbon bug
I hear of "uegro sunrvmscy" is unworthy of
I serious consideration. It Is, Uowever, as a
I breixler of miscliief. frauuhl with sernuis
I pouhle future consiipience to llie mnlo
rial interests oi our ixiutuorn ntau-a.
Our National Constitution recognizoa
I manhood suirraitTO resardles of Iho prnvi
ou condition of any citizen. Poo Maj.
1. sumicau that this can bo taken from
. thrnuh revolution? If
any class except tnniigit revolution: ii
ho does ho 1 th veriest dreamer. No
political party, ss sncn, now nuvocstes
I il .1. e 1. M1l 1-1.
I u UI..U I.lw..t1aeaw ktL at I linen
I II1IV UWirilll'- "WUiu n i vtiu-i .1 .n. . mv
. '.imTt.aaiui.n now wield tliroiiirh ncirro
Ml fl IT milt ii aliej III I 11-HVw iwrtiuniH
rt.nn-pntntionT The Charleston Conner
aava ninhaticallv no. Thk Mmrnia Al-
feal no. Tho gnat IVmocralic
party aav no. Then what would the
Major Uo? Would ho agilalo for the solo
t.iirixftM of Ulilieavinn our HOW reliable
koniliern airrieultiiral labor SVltem. Which
'I... ......n tn Mi.iiii.liia alnna iliirinir tlio
last uin month 7ud,uM) bal collou? If
In Mark, in whim. In y.'ll.iw. or whsi nut.
llr mar in .MK-i.ni ii.t-.nw P11...W,
Hid lamiraiiu' al laU la Igii.iraiice.
June 3, Ihi. Wst. It, Mooaa.
la rewisifrwteii aFlesl Tentf
Fnim lite Crakchead UMinly (Ark I Sun-
L. P. Fcalherslnn. according to reports,
baa concluded to leave his homo and stay
out of the Stale, at least, it I presumed,
I ..ntii .rin. iKa mnntlno. of Coniires. which
no doubt, thinks will I one of the
.. . 11, i.-i. i.i. t i:n Jn.ljn 'ale
1 . . . . . , r, ...,i iiinrehv
o'ltoinis in ". , '
cat himscll, instead, ue "-
afraid to rfiuaiu, although be was assured
1.. .1.- i. i ..f Forrest CUT. as well
: w ..... " ...
as me I'lnniiiii, ton -
fall biuiltf Ire w.mld remain al home,
t ..W..11 Vi ivton ia al th bottom ol tin
",..... .i... ... t..rm woll 111 lie-
ruovedient,' no doubt, a It I in keeping;
I 11.1 III..UIH ., ,-' - ------ - , ...... I
with hi tactics generally. There are bun-
a 1 I I 1.1 al i . I..
a reus anu pniuumj luuusHiiua ui iuou m
thig district who supported him In his race
auainst Judira Cute who will scorn him for
this treacherous and ill-advisod step, and
f ho does so, bis name will be a synonym
of all that Is vile and mean with the people
of Kostern Arkansas. We cannot boliovo
J f l.l,t -I hnnnnvl
make such a tool of him,
From ln9 ADerdoeo tillss.) Examiner,
t. amuses th men In tho blac
It amuses th men in tho black counties
I,8SM p.?s? r" :
nn ilcll natl fl Ol 13J. IO rcau mo mmij I
communications that are now enlivening I
tno prcM jnthe intorwt of diHorent canal-
dato., and that undertake to bestow luo
creuii wr mat victory upon pw.i
vlduals. We wsnt to say right horo that
Monroe, Clay, Lowndes, Noxubee, Chick-
.n...u .ml I lltil,ltAlt. I T,I1,IA. el.lm S Illll I
-"rB 01 1 ,BU'' ui . r-r. r
" L' " ""'J Don thoirown mat-
their own way and upon luoir own piai-
forms. That tboy wont In to win and
ve their. Umo and . money to tho cause
without BUut. and paid no 1166U Or rogliru to
y odirtKltui or plan, that Jidnot
exitly comport wiU, homo rem. iromenU
J. 55! "Lf 2,
"Charily Ueaiaalat Heme.
rmra lb Jackaioro (Tex.) Uasctto,
xus ili-ius arr.ai, aaya.
i , . . tr i i ...i.i ...I ....
" 1 resiuont uamson is mainj Koou mro
t.:. relative bv blood ormarrinco in
. ... ... 1 .
,i.. a .ti,,,,.n nl mih m nllieaa ami una l
Mm num.. -. 1 i
, provided tor HIS brotlior, U1S WHO S
Li. .. i..- .n,l fli.
lamer, nut aon iiuuui-iu-.m w
daKhter'B husband'a brothor.
euj , uo. yet."
rerhsne that is one reason h
,,...,.., h OM n.Mn u. Is using
so meh csution: ho wishc. to krive tho
I BO mucn Caution; UO W ISUC IO Klva luu
relative aiaplo time to report, ever, from
tho remotest corners of tho earth. "Char-
ity begins at homo."
Hatur.'e klrsud Calbedral,
... , t t. i-i-..t ..1...1
"Aro you going 10 cuurtu ioo, .
Mr. Orthodox of Mr. Freethllik. "No,"
said Mr. Freethlnk, emphatically, "I shall
.1 I -t .... U
worslltp IU llie gTSUU catiiourBi oi Din urw.
m.iiii.,1 at a rirketv .mm tan a under a uuhiv
T" .uZ -". ' .7" ', . ...i...
Ah.iia.i -. ri 11 if ti a an mm 1111117 111111
nn,R, like hoer.
r"" " -a"- - - .
r rom 1.110.
American (in London storo)-I wish to
buy a pair of suspenders.
fchobkuepor Novor heard of BUth
I .,. mm
A Jwican-Wt this a gontlomen'B fur-
KhunkiN.ni.r-Xo. sir this is a harbo-
daahcrv and dress-supply siiop, sir,
American ictires staggered.
t'er Isi Ihe 1 ear.
Fnrni Ihe N'W York Sun.
Itcgulnr customer (to waiter in restau
rant) George, this is my birthday and I
am celebrating a umo. would you oo
ill nn to do mo a trreat avorT
Waiter Yes, sir. Certainly, sir.
lUnular Customer Thanks; will you
.1 ... 1. : I I. ,n I.,, ... . I,.,., n I
pieiuw uv a.uvi rauuji. tu -v. u. u.., .
I 11TV nil K U.
lie l aawlly Urspa It.
From lh Tern? Haute Kxprvaa.
n Ibulo it hat I tlio most remurkamo
cxamplo of Indecision you ever heard of,
Wabble? Wabble I guess the jtckass bo -
tnn ihn two havatncks Is aliout the most
..i.i wii.i.i.. ' v. id.i'a. nn.nvirnx.l
one. but a street laborer who has a shovel-
, , dirt ,,alf way int0 lll0 car, ju,t M u10
- i.i..i. i.iJ. !.., .,.i. i.i...
I liuuu w liinto u." , u.un ,
a Tlme-Hilllsi nreei. .
Tie b.-ii ileriiw for killimr tunc, in
wnl.,i i, n,ii i, t nu,ke the men
al , Ujlinor ,mrty writ0 out some occouul
of ln aJj. ,., Bftor tho dear crea
i,,..- h fi them to themselves, and
later, when the cllorls are rea l aloud in
Mho drawing-room, lo give prir.o for tlio
'' orl uoscnpiions.
kaiare la a t laht,
From the Chluig.i lleralit .
'Sarah.why on earth don't you cut that
"I .l..,,! J.d.n Wl.nl! aru.il our lilll.i
"if ho ever g.'ts Into a flhl witha short-
I l..l..l lvr,u I..,' 1 1 m.i viili.d nniek nnouirh."
from ihe nstroiir maeiur.
Tho IVnlist' Dauubter (who liears her
father approaching) Oh, dear Inward,
bcre POinrt futher. If ho should find
bcre comes my
us together her we aro lo'U Oh, ho is
I Cllllllllil. "It Will ft-..,,.
1 ,lim ,.. . to.,.h ,or
Darin the llewej mwett.
Kircbsteln Vol's dot, lcali?
Mrs. Kirchslo'in It vo Diein now hair
awi.lch vol votist come mit dor exbreaa.
Kin nl0lll-. n. . er o . ,
ouyos moat pald-hetted Vou I marriet
Ala.lv Is likely lo havo her skirt
whisked alsmt o that gooil shoes and
xm.ui ,10, kings aro ol primary Imiior-
I larresteal w lark Isayers.
I From the See York Hun.
Mr. Heiilamin IK Silliman says there
..r ontv :r, la vers In this city when he
i.,v,n niciico sixty year ago, but
,Mal ,,8 .,,w York bur is now adorned
I ,,, . ;- i.iMii.lmra
I Aa tiarllr fteedew.
Uio sum of $ VX) wa placed In tho hand
Ike Near weid Ills tele.
From Ih Furrrit lllr t Ark.l Time.
If the negro must vole, it is to bo hoped
that in future ho will voto with tho iwoplo
who trive him a livintr. and who aro snd
have slwsvs been bis friends in tiu.o of
need the cmocrat.
taatar 4 Ilea.
The present senior class st Vaxsor Col-
I H"ir. Diiuiovrinir lOiiT-niae, ia uiw
ever uradualed from tbo collcgo. Tho
Imxlm,.,,. c:t, ti.im!x'..iii seven ly lhriv,
u Ul0 Ur3PM tlUcf , ;j.7.
. , , , . ,1
nwiiroattiwa lasaia. .
I iaoiim ei.iiis-.ic.ans 01 f.iiaianu
I , . . ... .- 1 . t .1 I ,
1 . .
thai tiir.ro w rs..ns annually choke to ilr-alh
while e .tiiu in Kngland than are killed on
J the l.i.gl.al. rulroada.
AT LOO OB RH BADS.
The Oovernora of Oeorgla and Tennes
see Can't Aares. -Got.
Taylor, ol Tennessee, and Got.
Gordon, of Georgia, are, unable to agree
in regard to the extradition of persona
chargod with carrying pistols. Gov. Tay
Tennessee, tho extradition measure ia not
binding in thig case. While it has been
customary to grant requisitions for offend-
'? Provid requisition in cose of a
VwiiwiiHUMvu ws uw mn www sV livwma"
miu nniMnn, '
Gov. Gordon was shown this dispatch
by an AtiAnta Joitriua reporter and asked
" ,"h" ' " w u.
-f .r9 g not the alisbtcst doubt in mv
mi,,,i ...i.i .i, iio., mh,im,nJ.
Uon ig rl ,lt Bnd iov Tayor.g wron
fT-t. t .;..!. T -. ,r,. . ,
"""'- "." "
numerous decisions ot tho Supreme Court
01 tno,u.nllfia u,, a u accora
rny opinion. You will see that Gov. Tav-
iJLq .to reported au laying thai pistol
ta onlypa simple 3nZnor in
Tonne. and not a nrimn and I. not
U'ul cx tradlTo'u. " The
Und slates ZTiZl
naiHg tue very word, are extraditabio.
"Only one; a prior claim by his State on
" , i - , ,
t,,e criminal uemanaou oy tue otlicr tstato.
That IS the OUlv reasou I should fflve and
i"e ouiy reuaou i siiouiu give, anu
the only reason why I should not comply
with tha dictates of that interstate comity
and deliver an escaped criminal upon do-
man.L TheSunreme urt has
I ...i.. .!...... ' : i l ... i:...i.i.
what classe. ot criminal, are cxtraditabl
"iinn-m-awi uiuuuuw am VAUMUWUie,
i i, 1.,..,,,-. ,l. .
grant w - of o wr Oo-
' u,f.'" 0o,ft1K Sfj"?!
to grant my requisition, that's the end of
it. There is no power that can compel
him to delivor up Georgia criminals. It
I i. .:.i. u: . .!...! t. ..ni :n
""7""-"" " n... r ...
not show that comity which la rocogn wd
i From th Obion Democrat,
i r- r , ...i i . i:.
-"""uewa, uiauugiug euitor
0f tiie mk aipea... devoted an en-
1 1 .
liro i,n ' Pper to a graphic descrip-
tion of tho Iwouties, resources and legends
ot tho upper Cumberland, illustrated with
nP I "t wonderful river. Mr. Mat-
Ihows gathered his information while on
tho press excursion, llu is a ready writer,
a cloie observer, a hard student and a
cultured gentleman who, though yet a
young man. h is posted though much of
tho sunshine and shadow of an evcutful
newspaper life, llu was associated with
Kdgar L. Wnkcman in editing and pub
lishing 1 U Current, ol Chicago, a weekly
mn-iiuiuo ol high literary merit and
brilliant promise, which, through no fault
of Matthews, met an untimely dissolution.
Illc0 jj.kieB a peculiar mixture of
Matthews s grave, tboiigtitlul, yet linnd-
youth and that aice which couies Iroiu con
tinuud mental inoor and expenenco. 110
is one ot tho highest members of tho Muiu
h R I.Mker-Welihl,
iio, nuw., Juno o.-jonn uriinn,
I tho llraiiitree feather-weight who stir-
prised the sportiuir men by defeating Jack
i.lvlil. i .iimrkublv nuick time, has
I bern selected to go to Snu Francisco to
1 meet Tommy barren. It is understood
that the winner ol tho lluvlin-Orillin light
would be seltded by tliu California Alh-
lolic Club ns llie man to meet Warren aiij..
ho will bo sent there ut once,
What lb SMiwin Wi
From tho Vkkulmrx (Mist.) Herald.
Tho West Is more interested in a
reforuuttiou of the tarifl than thd South,
but it seems the West voted tho other
isy lust Novcmlier, lurgely, no doubt,
liecaitse such men as Carlisle, Mills,
Preckenridge and Wheeler led iu pre
ing for tariff reform. In oilier words,
tho IHimiM-ratli! parly was beaten
,n tlm turiir noestion ill the West lie-
r..an. it anerli'il and believed that
s.iil.rn Ih.inocral.c leaders were iulent ou
f.. n,al imuu. We do not want our
I IVinocrulic friend in tho tNorlb lo bo
bamiHTt'd in tlii way amtiiu We aro
willing for them to say what Ihe psiiy
shoiilt say, or do. Willi regard to the
I turilh 1 here aro question ol more I III-
porUncc to thi seclion, tho cliiel of whicb
i always endangered by Kepuuiiran suc-
reaa. What we want Is tlio parly ol the
maeec. the U-miH raUc party in iiower, so
tlial we win never ioar a roiurn oi m9 ruie
ignoranco and corruption in the bouth.
Ik Mewapaaiera ef Ark a ..
From tha l.iitl H. k lH rnis-at
The lUtesvillo Guard says:
There hss ue-er been a time in the his
tory of the Shite when Iho press of Arkan
saa devoted as much spaco, time snd talent
iu advertising the resource of thi grand
commonwealth. Good work baa been
done heretofore, and its Ieiirl1cil effect i
I , , , b ,
I rreased exertion of the papers the PO-witU
oiiiuea 01 auvaiitT-iiii-iib mu ki-.v,-i .unit
I anvtbilig yet achieved or even tlionglil ol,
True, there never was a time when the
newsmcni wero doing so much for Ar-
mus. Aliens i ano-o.-r inrwnix 1,
I 'I'l.rt , r. ma I iwrrktA-ll anil ali I'lilf lltmnn t tit A T
I w K a. H..v. , . .
1 wmiichw a . w r - -
Irntisi.isa A If Illll I llA III tat faitj Vifiri BFII
I equaled only bv Iho itrow th nnd di veloi
I un lit of Iho newspitlier proa. Twelve
I yeaiw siro Arkansas had llfly newsiHiirw;
now alsiut 1MU. Ten year sgo there wero
a "inen couuiii'S In Iho Halo wltboul pa-
era, now there U nut one.
I A t'wrlnwa III.
I T the Mllor of The A.-ral
A very strange and ccconlric old man
is inten-slcd must send in their names
within the next sixty day. For further
I. P. Ateins, Tyler, Tex.
Juno 1, lSWi.
at er Telegrams.
ln.'isvil.l.r.. Kt.. Jim .-lllvef rialns. with
7 f.fl 1 llich oil Hi.- fell, and t le. luetic la
lb ranak Wi-.il.er clear ami piouaul.
1AIK1), III , Jn.il.-I(lrer lent and .rlalnc,
Wrathrr cliwr and mild. I'ateed up: Louny,
Near itla.ni lo ML Uiula,
HKW (iKI.KANH. la., Jun X-Wi-a.her pertly
rlotidy and warm. Arrived, oil mum and bargaa,
hi. 1 011 1.
nsi-ISNATI, O . June A-ltlver M lent lorh
ad rising tle.ll.rr clear.
F.VASSVII.I.K, lud, Jun A-Rlrr 11 ie
iDi lirs and falling. Weatiier clear.
VII KSH.'IKI. Miss, Jun A-Rlvwr f.lllns.
Srl down: Oiy of llauni Hong. Nw Orleaaat
NT. lAll'IA, Mn.. Jun Hint Ullluf. with il
fret on Hi gaiia. Wr.ll.rr claax aud warm.
Axtltvit tlty ul Cairo, N.u.btA