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THE ABGU8. SATUKDAT. aPiUL 18 1S91.
The Mayoi of Memphis Chal
lenges the President.
HE INSISTS ON WHITE SUPEEMACT,
Ana the Chirr M;lt inte Contend fot
the Snpreuinry of Law ami the Major
ity A 'I)i.-apiulntnl MhikiMtippl Town
Little Hock C.Heii a Kenaon Why
There V.iotiM l!e No More Civil .War
Incident f the Two Ilereptionn Kn
Itonte for Galveston. "
ME.vrniS, April IS The special traiu
bearing tiie presidential party arrived here
yesterday morning at 9 o'clock.- ptmptly
on rcbedule time, after an- all night run
from Birmingham, fcVla., across the north
ern pnrt of Mississippi. Xo stops were
made in that state, however, and the ouly
incident of the run occnrrwl at Jasper,
Ala. ' Tfcat tonn was illuminated with
many bonfire in honor of the president,
and ?r-00 of tbe inhabitant? gathered at
. the station to pay their respects. It was
11 o'clock when the president reached
there and the president. Postmaster Gen
eral 'Wauaciaker and all the ladies Dad
retired for the night. The people were
disappoiuted ttt not bein able to see the
prefcidei.t. lirief speeches were made by
George W. Eayd and Russtll Harrison.
The lUreptinn nt Memphi
Tiie tra!D whs met seven miles from this
city by a committee accompanied by n
& timber of l.'.dles who presented Mrs.
llarrison and the other latiitv, of the pres
idential party with beautiful bouquets.
Mayor L. C. C'lapp and other municipal
officers received the president and party
on their arrival in this city. A large
crowd, including the local militia, were
gathered at the stution and cheered the
president when he appeared on the plat
form. The party were immediately as
signed to the carriages which awaited
them and driven up Main street to tbe
Merchants' exchange, fronting 011 Court
square, which via massed with people.
The president v.;:s escorted up the iron
steps and introduced to the assembled
crowd by Mayer Clapp, who welcomed
the president, on I thai f of the city.
Must II ie White Snpreiuwry.
In the course of his address of welcome
Mr. Clapp said: '"This is u restored, har
mouious and indestructible Union. Ob
livions as to the fjet wbi-th er you are
identified witli one or the other of the
great national parties, our people unite
with one heart and with one voice iu
hononns you n tbe ofTk i:il head of our
common country. In dealing with the
greatest problem thai has ever confront
ed any people it is our habit and our in
tentfion to bs just and liiw-alid!ue:wiiil-t,
at the same time, with an insistence, Mr.
President, which pervades our riu-e. the
paramount aim is to cnard ours-cial pur
ity, preserve our civilization and main
tain Caucasian prestige aud supremacy."
Extracts from the I'resiilent's Kesponse.
This was a challenge to the presi lent,
and in the course of his speech he ac
cepted it and stated his position in plain
terras. !e b?an his response with some
reflections on the change in the industrial
situation which had come since tiie war
in the ttiversification of industries, and
hoped to see the time when "these great
river towns will speedily exchange their
burdens with American ships at the
mouth of the Mississippi to le trans
ported to foreign countries under the flag
of our country.'' Then he took up the
mayor's challenge. He said. "This gov
ernment of ours is a compact of the peo
ple to be governed by a majority, express
iug itself by lawful methods. Cheers.
Everything in this country is to be
brought to tbe measure of the law. I
propose no other rule, either as an in
vidual or as a public oflicer. I can not
in any degree let down this rule cries of
'Xo, no,' and cheers without violating
my official dnty.
The Law Mast Be Snpreme.
"Therefore 1 think, while I realize and
sympathize with yonr diflicuities, we
must all come at last to this conclusion,
that the supremacy tf the law is the one
supremacy in this country of ours.
Cheers. I beg to assure you
that I carry from the great war of senti
ment no ill-will to auy one. Cheers.
I am glad that the Confederate soldier,
confessing that defeat, which has
brought him blessings that would have
been impossible otherwise, has been takeu
again into full participation in tbe ad
ministration of the goverment that no
penalties, limitations, or other inflictions
rest upon him.
One Yoke To lie Borne.
"I have taken and can always take the
hand of a brave Confederate soldier with
confidence and respect. Great cheering.
I would put them under one yoke only;
and that is tbe yoke that tbe victors in
that struggle bore when they went home
and laid off their uniforms tbe yoke of
tbe law and the obligation always to obey
it. Cheers. Upon that platform, with
out distinction between tbe victors and
the vanquished, we enter together upon
possibilities as a people that we cannot
Departure from Memphi.
Short addresses were made by Postmas
ter General Wanamaker and Secretary
Husk. The presideut then held a recep
tion lasting about an hour, after which
tbe party was driven to the Louisville
and Nashville station. Here another re
ception was held by tbe entire party, a
large crowd passing through the train.
A number of lieautiful offerings from pri
vate cftjzens were placed all around the
train. Governor Eagle and the commis
sioners met the party at tbe station aud
will act as escort of the party to Little
THE WELCOME AT LITTLE ROCK.
More Speeches anil a Reception Off for
LITTLE KfCE, April 18. The presiden
tial train arrived in Little Kuck last even
ing. At Madisou the train stopped to en
able tbe president to hear a serenade by a
band of negro musicians. At Brinkley a
alute was fired from a cannon. At Car
lisle, thirty miles from Little Kock, the
wife of Governor Eagle and a number of
other ladies, forming a committee of re
ception, met the traiu aud proceeded with
it to Little Bock. Arriving here the pres
idential party proceeded under escort ot
military organizations to tbe state Capi
tol where the president was introduced to
tbe crowd wliic i had assembled, and
made a short speeca.
Jio More righting Among Ourselves.
After tlmukiug thr citiaons for their
enthusiastic greettug, the president said:
"Tlie'comBloiiwealtb rests upon the free
vsffrage of lis cfUieus. sutl.their devotion
to tbe constitution and flag is the bul
wark of its. life. Cheers. We have
agreed, I am sure, that we will do no
more fighting among ourselves. Criev
'Good," "Good," and cheers. 1 may
say to you confidentially that Senator
Jones and I agreed several years ago,
after observing the rifle practice at Fort
Snelhng, that shooting had been reduced
to such accuracy that war was too dan
gerous for either of ns to engage in it.
Laughter and cheers.
V Will Rest at Galveston.
After the presideut had held a short re
ception he was driven back to the station
and just before 7 o'clock the train left for
Galveston. Governor Hogg will meet the
president at Palestine. The president
yesterday informed th committee at Gal
veston that he preferred that there be no
demonstration in that city on Sunday
next, as it is his desire to devote the whole
day to a much-needed, rest.
" THAT MATRIMONIAL JOKE..
It Ties l"p Two Young People So That a
Divorce Will Be Necessary.
Xormax, O., T., April lS.-George Bel
lamy, a young druggist of this place, is
noted for his joking proclivities aDd sen
sational escapades. Wednesday evening
he jokingly proposed marriage to Miss
Emma, daughter of Dr. T. S. Cannon.
She jokingly consented, and County
Judge E. P. Case happened in and was
invited to perform the ceremony, which
be did in regulation style in presence of
several witnesses. Upon returning to his
office the judge made the proper record of
the marriage, Thursday morning when
young Bellamy learned of the judge's
action he made haste to explain to his
honor that it was ail a joke, but was
coolly informed that the law did not rec
ognize jokes; that the law had beeu com
plied with, and that he v as legally mar
ried. FATAL CYCLONE IN TEXAS.
Two Town Wrecked and Two Mm
Killed No Details.
Kansas City, Mo., April IS A special
from Liberal. Kans., states that a report
has just been received that the new. court
bouse at Hansford, Texas, in course of
construction cud nearly completed,' was
destroyed by a cyclone Wednesday after
noon. Two men were killed and one man
badly injured. Every house in the little
town was more or les damaged. The
storm traveled northwesterly to I'a'.ud
ora, a little town on the Braver r.vir
Oklahoma, which place is reported as en
tirely destroyed. Bjth localities are many
miles lrom railroads an 1 the details are
is. Tail, Minn., April 1S The con
gressional reapportionment bill went
through the house at the night session
Wednesday and Gov. Merriam affixed his
signature to it Thursday. The bill, al
though framed by the Democrats, is re
garded as a very just measure by ail
parties. To make seven districts of the
present five the first, second and third
districts were left very much as formerly
and the fourth and fifth were split, mak
ing two districts each. In the present
mixed state o politics it is hard to give
the party complexion of the new districts.
According to the election of iss there
would be but one of them Democratic,
Venezuela Called to Arconnt.
London, April '!. It is stated that the
British government has called Venezuela
to account for tbe murder of a British
sTibject named William Campbell by the
Vene. iflan police. The killing appears
to be the outgrowth of the old bonier dis
pute between Great Britain and Venezu
ela. Campbell was arrested as a tres
passer on Venezuelan soil, and was shot
because he d:d not immediately obey the
order to accompany ins captors.
Editor Anthony and 1'orteque.
Leavenworth, Kan., April is D. R.
Anthony, the editor of The Times, who
was horsewhipped on the street We Ines
day by W. M. Forresciue, was fined $10 in
the police tour: Thursday for carryiLg
concealed weapons. He has had Forte-cjtie
arrested for assault with intent to kilL
Later he bought a revolver with which he
says he intends to protect himself.
Scores in the Ball Field.
Chicago, April 1S Following is the
record of yesterday's base ball playing
Western: at Denver Sioux City ', Den
ver 5; at Omaha Milwaukee 1, Omaha 4;
at Kansas City St. Paul 10, Kansas City
7; at. Lincoln Minneapolis b. Lincoln 7.
As-ociation: at t-t. Louis Columbus 4,
!st. Louis 7; nt Louisville Cincinnati 3,
A I'riftoner's Fatal Leap.
PlTTffBUKO, April IS While Officer
McDonald was taking the prisoner Sandy
Wilson by train to West Newton to the
Greensburg jail Wilson broke away and
jumped iroin the rapidly moving train
landing in front of a passing freight
traiu. He was ground to pieces, and tbe
officer, who jumped ufter him, was severely
Heath of a Retired Ariny officer.
MILWAUKEE, Wis., April IS. Maj. Gen.
Charles S Hamilton, U. S. A., retired,
died last uight at hi home iu this city.
Gen. Hamilton was born in the town of
Western, Oneida countv, X. Y., in
and took a conspicuous part in the Mexi
can and civil wars. Ha was a classmate of
Gen. Grant at West Point.
Jerusalem! Think of This
London, April 18. From Constanti
nople comes news that the railway
from Jaffa to Jerusalem is nearly hair
finished, aud will be finished within the
year. It will be equipped with all mo I
era comforts and luxuries of travel, for
the use of pilgrims and tourists.
Wrecked aud Ninety Persons Drowned.
Sak Francisco, April 18. The steam
ship Mauowai arrived here yesterday from
Sydney and Honolulu. She reports that
the British steamship St. Catharis has
been wrecked oS tbe Caroline islands", re
sulting in tbe drowning of ninety per
sons. Three Little ISoya Drowned.
Marietta. O , April 18. While Alta
Foster, aged 10; Raymond Foster, aged 5,
and Walter Smith, aged 10, were playing
on a skiff in the Ohio yesterday, the boat
capsized aud all three were thrown under
some flit boats and drowned.
The Alva Yacht Patient Dead.
. New York, April 18. Hugh Halpin,
the seamau on Vanderbilt's yacht who
was suffering from small-pox when tbe
vessel arrived here, died while being takeu
to the hospital. The yacht is being
fumigated at quarantine. - .
Disquieting Report from the
Pine Ridge Agency.
BF.AYES AEE BROODING AKD AUC-ET
Or ly a Spark eW to Start the War
Fire Again Probability That to Make
Things Even with 1 Italy Minister Por
ter Will Be Given Leave or Absence
Special Envoy Foster Makes Reciproc
ity Terms with the Spaniard.
Waehisgtox City, April S The In
dit n offics yesterday received a long let
ter from Captain Chas. G. Penney, act
ing Indian agent at the Pine Ridge
agency, in which he gives bis views re-ga.-dingthe
condition of the Indians at
Pine Ridge. He says that there is a gen
eral feeling of unrest among the Indians,
du-s to bad faith on tbe part of tbe gov
en ment and the almost total failure of
thtir crops. So far as legislation goes
the other causes of trouble have been
made right, bat, as tbe Indians see it, it is
only another promise, which seems to in-spi-e
no hope among them. The coming ot
Special Agent Cooper, he says, is having
a nost excellent effect. Tbe general
efftct of the recent outbreak, however
upon the minds of the Indians, has been
bac. Thp severe losses by them and the
destruction of life which ensued has
male their hearts bitter and sore.
Only a Spark Needed.
"They are generally no less inclined to
be t urbulent, '' he says, ''and the memory
of the loss of kinsfolk, frier.di, and
fellow-tribesmen rankles iu their heans
aud is an ever-present source of discon
tent which mav break out will break out
whenever the needed spar.; is applied."
Caj t. Penney says that the first step to
insure peace and quiet upon the reserva
tioi. would be to let the delegation se
lected by Gen. Miles last winter go to
Washington City again, to have Gen.
Mil;s with them, and talk unrestrainedly
to tae president and Secretary Xoble. He
sav' the police force is demoralized and
weli-nigh useless. The rations given the
Indians are ample, but they do not know
the element of economy in preparing their
RETALIATION ON ITALY.
Minister Porter To De f.iven Leave ot
Absence from Rome.
Washington Cut, April is. It is tie
understanding here that Minister Porter
will be racnlitd from Rome within two
or three weeks. For the present Mr.
B'.ame would like to have him remain at
his post to help calm the angry passions
of tl e excitable Italians, but eventually
he n ust take a leave ot absence in order
to preserve the eternal diplomatic fitness
Diplom&tic 1 vac Demand It.
Wiiile it is true Baron Fava had asked
for a leave of abseiice before the Xew Or
lean lynching, the recor 1 stands that he
was ordered away from this cspital because
of h s government's dissatisfaction with
Mr. Blaine's course. Under such circum
stau -es our minister at Rome must sooner
or later, iu accordance with diplomatic
usage, also take a L-ave of absence, unless
the jtaiians conclude to send a in. Ulster
The Fight Against Morgan.
Washington City. April is. Again it
is reported that the present commissioner
of Indian affairs is to be removed at an
early day because of his alleged discrim
inati m against the Catholics in the man
agen ect of Indian schools. It is said
that Bishop Ireland, of Minnesota, visited
the c ty a few days ago and had a long in
terview with S.-cretary Xoble, and dem
onstrated to l.is satifactinn that Commis
sioner Morsan has done much to impair
the efficiency of the Indian school sys
tem. ol. Foster's Snccess in Spain.
Wshington City, Apr.l IS. The state
clepattmetit has received news from Mad
rid tl at Hon. Jno. W. Fo-ter has been
successful in negotiating a reciprocity
treaty between this country and Spaiu ltr
Cuba i products. The treaty is undtr
stood to lix a very low rate of duties on
flour huiI other articles imported into the
Antil es trom the United States.
THE LEGISLATIVE KECORD.
Illinoi Solon Troubled ly a Thief
Michigan and AVx-consin.
SriUNGFlELD, Ills.. April iS. In the
senate yesterday bills were introduced:
For ti e promotion of public libraries; to
establish a state board of examiners to
exam ne and license medical practitioner-;
to punish dumping of offal in
stream.-; ell the executive appointments
herett fore made were confirmed; several
bills were advanced and the senate ad
journtd to Monday.
Pilfering iu the Honse.
The absence of t he World's fair commit
tee atid various visiting committees of
state institutions left less than a quo
rum tf members of the house present.
But lrtle business of any kind was trans
acted, most of the time being consumed
in clearing the calendar of bouse bills on
first reading. A committee was appoint
ed to i i vest iirate the recent theft ot ink
stands books, etc., from the desks of
Interest Snit To lie Compromised.
MaD'son. Wis , April IS A bill was
introduced in the sruate yesterday to per
mit thi; land c mmissiouers aud the gov
ernor to compromise the suits for in
terest money . now pending ugajust
ex-State Treasurer McFetndge. . it
was understood that such a coin pro
mise v.-ns sought by both the Repub
lican treasurers and acceptable to the
Democratic administration, and that the
bill will readily become a law. Both
houses passed the legislative appo rtion
ment b.ll by party votes, and the house
concurred iu the congressional apportion
m-nt. Tbe senute laid on the table the
billtoieduc: railway passenger fare to 2
cents per mile.
Will J( in t- Joe and Denton Har bor.
Lansing, Mich , April 18 The bouse
committee will present a bill making one
town of St. Joseph and Benton Harbor.
calling the consolidated towns St. Joe
Harbor. The house passed the legislative
apportionment bill, and the bill to punish
tbe ofle lse of "ringing" at race tracks.
A Political Place for Clarkton.
Xew York, April 18 The Herald's
Washington City special says: There is a
strong movement to elect ex-Assistant
Post ma iter General Clarkson president
ot the National League of Bepublicaa
Clabs, which meets at Cincinnati next
Tuesday. Gen. Clarkson has now no act
ive occupation and is ready to devote his
services to organizing tbe party for the
battle o: 188i .
A WOMAN 8 DI8C0VEKT
- "Another wonderful discovery baa
been made, and that, too by a lady in
this country. Disease fastened its
clutches upon ber and for seven years she
withstood its severests tests, but her vital
organs were undermined and death
seemed imminent. For three months she
coughed incessantly and could not sleep.
She bought of us a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption and was
so much relieved on taking the first dose
that she slept all night, and with one
bottle has been miraculously cured. Her
name is Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus write
W. C. Hamrick & Co., of Shelby. N. C.
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The transition from long lingering
and painful sickness to robust health
marks an epoch in the life of the individ
ual. Such a remarkable event is treas
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the good health has been attained is
gratefully blessed. Hence it is that so
much is beard in praise of Electric Bit
ters. - So many feel they owe their res
toration to health, to tbe nee of tbe great
alterative and tonic. If you are troubled
with any disease of kidneys, liver or
stomach, of long or short standing you
will surely find relief by use of Electric
Bitters. Sold at 50c and $1 per bottle
at Hartz & Bahcsen's drug store.
Ect Eeaflacfco trd relieve all the tr-TOtlea met'
fifct to a bilious state of the system, such am
Dizz-nep, Kausea, ErowsinesB. Diutrews aftee
tatitp. ltkin in the Side, ic Whilo tbeirmosi
rexaxi-aHe tuccees has been ehon in ci;rir.
Ecatlacte, yet Ccrter's Little Liver PUIS ara
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vtntujg thiaannoyiEC complaint. Uilo they alsa
Correct a'.l disorders of thes't oma h stimulate th
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tatsiy thcirc.scilnessdoes noendhere.aidtho
Trhocncetry them will nnd tnese little pills vain
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Lig to do without them. Eut after ailaick hea4
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: we make our great boast. Our pills cure it wtuia
ethers do net.
Carter's Little liver Pills re very small and
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are used 3a its preparation. It has
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or Sugar, and is therefore far more
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stri njther.hig, easily digested,
and a.lmiiablj adapted for invalids
as we ; ;;s f ar persons in health.
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7c are opening
CHAS. W. YERBURT, Manager.
Successor to Adamson & Ruick,
Shop Nineteenth St.. b -
5S5f"8econd Hand Machin
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Roek Island Savings Bank,
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Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned oa Personal, Col
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pP"Will beeln bnpinei Jaiy 9. ISao, an J wi'i ocrnry haokine roovi wltb Mitchell J5 Lyttfe
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Proprietor cf the Brady Street
Ail kind of Cut Fiowtr cor.tai!y on band.
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Tars In private praot Ice with succewndforevtr
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files. Kllnt or Bleedtns.
Hlarrb. Influenza, Colli In tbe Head
i BMDlnff f'onirb. Molent CoUk'li.
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- Nervous Jlebiliry 1
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