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VOL IX NO 4(i. (Established 1881 ) _1UKA MISSISSIPPI, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1892. 77 ” TKRMS-€ASIl"ei.20 PER YEAR^ ^
TIIK II K V REPORTER. BY CHAMBERS & WEST. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. $120 PER TEAR RATES OF ADVERTISING. SPACE, i i mo | mos. | t; runs, | i ear. 1 inch, $ i |2, 2 inches, 2. 4. 5. 10. ! K inches, 8. 0. 10. 15. X column, 4. 8. 15. 27. }\ column, 0. 15. 25. 45. 1 column, 12. 30. 4». 80. : Clas-itied and professional curds, six lines or lees, per year $5. Legui advertisements at legal rates. Local notices, .» cents a line for each in sertion. The Reporter solicits correspondence on local topics lrom all parts of the county. Address all communications to The Re porter, luka. Miss. DIRECTORY. COUNTV. Chancery Clerk, 1’. W. Patterson. ' C^Buit Clerk, 11. O. Krwm, S®riff, VV. B. MeCehce, TBasurer, Job H. Scruggs, SU|)'t Schools. Dr. F. T. Carmack, Assessor, H. R. Rogers, Coroner & Ranger, VV. F. McDouga Supervisors: 1st Beat, I,. P. Bonds, 2d Joe Marlar, 3d. John Jourdan, 4th. 'L. J. Storment, 5th. VV. T. Clark Circuit, Court. First district, Hon. Locko K . Houston, Judge VV. 1! Wulker, attorn* T erins second 51 radu.v iu Jan. and Julj-. ^.mancerv court, First, Judicial District. Hou. Baxter Me Pan a ml. Chancellor. Time of meeting: l*t Mondays in June uud Dec. Mayor, W. W. Harvey ex-officio J. P. Marshal, A. B. Putt-jVscui. A.dermen: J J. Coman. sec’y and tread., Vi. .1 Gr«g-on, It D. Sail ii, Jt Castleberry, C. W. Mcknight Night Watch, W. M. Gist. IUKA POSl'OFFlCk n. w. caiiteb, postmaster -Office Hours: 7a. m toO i> m. Sunday: One hour after opening the mails. MEMPHIS A CUALLES'JON ItAlLBOAD. LOCAL. T f M £■: CARD. trains east- Leave, 1:1 *Ra m., and 2:21 p.m trains wji'T Ec.iVi s, 5:b4 a m and:o7 p in CHUHCHE\ ' • baptist. Sunday School every Sunday at IE ill a. in., E S. Gaudier. Sup't* Miss Anna kogera. (nginist; pi caching 2d atuUtft Sun ^ia\s in eaou month at 11 a. m and 7p in., also Saturday night before 2d Sunday; pray er mec ing Mo . lay u ght, \ o clock Itc v. Joaepu Shackelford, Pa dor. Methodist, t—Sunday Sciiool - very Sunday atlii.V ti, m.,G. P. Hammrrly Snp’t, Mias Minnie IJ nnett o.ginist; pro aching evety Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. in.; prayer meot lug Wedu *.«day «ve7o’ci ck. J. W.Bell, Mas E. A. Nejilett, Organist P.»stor. Presbyterian —Sunday School every Sun day at » a. ta.. Win. Groesbetek. Sup t,; Min Alice Krause. Organist; preaching every third Sun l iv, 11 a. in and 7 p. in.; praye. meeting every Thursday evening, 7 oV.oc * ftttv. John S. Park, J’as'or episcopal. Sunday 'School uud service* at jhdoa. in each Sunday. MtssM. A. Law.once Supt; during Lent prayers 4 p. m. Christian. Sunday School and service* every Sunday at a. m. Jack J. Moore. Sup’o SOCIETIES. mAsons—iuka lodge no. *94. —Meets first. Saturday night m each mon h. A. T. Scruggs, W. M., J A. J lugger, S. W., H. D. Hill, J. W.. P. W. Puiters n, T.eas , John T. Barne t, Sec’y, W. M. (»i t, s. D. E L Hamilton, J. I)., Z.Ii. Woodall, Tyler. kn.ghts of ho on—lodge no. 18SJ— Meets every 1st undo l i inn day nigut. J. J. Ciuuan, Dictator. J.T. Barnett, Trens. C W. MoKnight, He porter, H. O. Erwin, Financial Reporter, KNIGHTS A LADIES OF HONOR. — LODGE NO. 22. Meets 2d uud dd Thursday nights in each month. B. F. Molt -e. Protect*!*, Mrs. A. Hodge, Sec y, S. M. Dean. Treasurer. woman’s CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION.— Meets at Methodist cuurch first Sunday in eacl^mouth, d o'clock, p in.. Mrs. Katie Seay, president; Mrs. S. E Dean, s.hj’v and treasurer; Miss Anna ltoge.s, reo. sec'y. YOUNG WOM \N‘R CltlJISTIANT TEMPERANCE UN ION.- Meets second aui fourth Sunday even ings in ca di month.. Miss M *v Seay, presi dent; Miss Lily lliilor, cor. sec’y; Mias Liia Merrill. roc.B*c'v; Miss Pearl Barnett, treas. F. A. A I. U. —IUKA LODGE NO. 1140.—Meets insii namruay is eaou UioulQ. A. T. boru/g.s Pies., J. 1). Huston, Sec y. J 15. IUSVNOL1LS, Attorucy nt Law, UK A, Mississippi bpedal attention lo nil matters pertaining to IfW'l Coin nur.icHtlous replied to b\ roiuru muil. Morgan House. FRONT RQW, OPPOSITE DEPOT. J. F. GAB PEN TEll, Proper. Newly Furnished Board First Class. RATE!}, $1.00 per day, CJ.hdpor week. Tonsorial Parlor S AM W . SHOOK LEY SHAVISO. a TJ AI H HA.VlpiOINO * XI CUTTING. LADIES A CHILDREN’S HAIR DRESSING M A SPECIALl’X. FRON*r KO'iV, Next to Art Gallery HOTEL Barber Shop Newly fitted up—new chair, new furni ture ahd every ihinij first class. A first I|K?’' her la charge. Shop an >r hotel nl IVASHIN■.! I'ON NEWS. (From our Regular Correspondent) Washington, March 21, 1892. Senator Hill returned from his Southern trip yesterday, and whatev er effect it may have had upon his Presidential prospects, one cannot doubt after hearing his enthusiastic description of the hospitable reception he met with everywhere he went that it was one of the mod enjoyable trips he ever made. The Senat ,r says that the sensational stories about his hav ing attempted to dictate to the demo cratic members of the House Commit- j teo on Elections how they should vote ! in the New York contested election j case of Noyes vs Rockwell, which has j been reported in favor of Noyes, the republican contestant, are absurd. Personally ee wou d like to sco Mr. Rockwell keep hi seat, but he has no doubt that the committee acted on the evidence produced before it in deciding against him, and he has no criticism to make This knocks a big hole in one of the most sensational stories of the • o-sion. The free wool bill will be laid aside in llie House ntil after the free coin age bill is disposed of, which will be this week, according to the original resolution. Thera was considerable talk several days ago of an extension by agreement of the silver bobate, but nothing came of it, because a majori ty seemed to think such an extension en irely unnecessary, as it is not prob able that any amount of debate would resu.t iu the change of one single vote. There is another clash between See Pensions Kaum, ami a report is cur rent that Mr. Noble informed Mr. Har alson that he must choose between h s resignation and the removal of Kaum, I aud that M . Harrison told tho S'ecro ; tary that ho would have asked for ! lluum’s re agnation long ago were it j not for the Congressional investigation now being made of the Pension Office, and requested hirq to by patient. To immediate cause for tho Secretary’s anger was a roc unmend ition made by Kaum, winch lie found on his desk when he returned to Washington last week, for the appointment of his daughter to be his private secretary. Mr. N ible matories u es -cuss words,’ and it is said that lie said of Kaum when lie reed that recommendation almost identic illy what the late iVm. II. Vianderbilt said upon a certain oc casion of one of his sous-in-law, Cot. Elliott F. Shepard. Cimmissioiier Kaum had a humiliating time bsf i « the investigating c unmittee, Saturday. He was compelled to acknowledge that Secretary Noble hud turned his at tempt to make his daughter his pri vate secretary, as wail as that his son. the young nan who made such a gor geous failure as. an olii • ■■ ker, had been refused permission to practice be fore tho interior d-jiartmsut.,notwith standing his wersonal appeal in his be half to Mr. Harrison. The river and harbor bill, which was rop irtod to tile House today, con tains a number of n v and imp >r ant projects, among which arete II idson r.vor improvement, tha ship channel connecting the great lakes, tha im provement of Mobile harbor and of th ) Savannah river. I carries in round figures twenty and a ha f million-.. (den. No.son A. Milas, at present here, has dial his quota to tha usual lit <i ■■ uno no it'll ' nil !e n I w"i re nnnil .xi.-t/l when the appropriations for the Army :<nd Navy are beingsjunsiderad by C m. gress, by a newspaper interview in which ho enlarges upon “our defence les« condition” and the danger of war. Treasury otfi a t—minor anes—for t.he first time acknowledge that the de partment li. ds it ditlieult to meet cur rent payments, and othe s say that it does not meet them, but postpones ta.-m from day to day by every means in its power. Secretary Foster returns to his do par.meut just in timi to tind a nice lit tle family row on between Assistant Secretary Nottleton and the Immigra tion Commissioner, ovir the question f allowing pauper immigrants to land upon the guarantee of some society or associate n that Lhey shall not become a public charge. Assistant Secretory Nettle ton, while acting Secretary, wrote the Nmv York Superiut ndent of Immigration a very shan^ptter asking why ho had followed Mseh a practice, to which that official replied by quoting from a letter from the Com missioner oMmmigration autkoriz'ng him to dcr so. Then Mr. Nottleton wrote another, stating that tha Cam in ssionif had e::eocd.'d his authority, ■ » GIVEN DOLLARS GIVEN i^aBBMMOEaMEBaaBKM^Esaac^ SITyGOQ SI7,G00 AWAY AWAY - IN COLD, REAL ESTATE. ---— TOURS, WATCHES, HORSES, ETC., ETC-.. TO SUSSCRKJERS OF THE WKKKLY The namooi the Weekly A ppeal-A valnnche, *• The Great .Southern Newspaper, "has become familiar in almost every home in be land. It is the reflector o> Southern sentiment nnd the prote tor of Southern inu res s. As such it has pained the front tank of Amer can j urnal sni. Tim name Appeal Avalanche has become a svnonmyti energy and progressive ness. In ord-r to further increase our already large »ir< illa tion. w« will give away 1.800 grand presents, segregating *17.783 1)5. besides a magma cent gift to every subscriber. m the first 1,000 persons sending us One Dollar for 12 months subscription to the Weekly A ppeal-A va.nnche and Urn correct answer to the question: —j WHERE DOES Tin: WOlU> ' ADVKUTlNE * I XItST UcCt'K i.\ Tilt: A.iiiLK? I ___ . _ II I We mil giro the following FIRST 7,000 REWARDS. Flint Corroct Answer l.nt In tu bulbs of Memphis. •• •* Id**'. 00 2- One lot suourbs Memphis. .. . •’*X) 00 5 Oius litit> Jersey Cow. 2 o.OO 4 Cold Watch set wltn 1 hum.hum l'*o.ou 5 1 rip to Kooky Mount ivlns. (> vo -4 Fine IS-karat Sold Cmd« v . King OfO each). 114.00 23 One Scholarship XL Christian 15rot hers’ College. Memphis, Toma., complete In ail departing including board.. 20 to l» Folit. ami Ccoifrnp ideal Man U. S. (II colorsi $5 each.. .“*70.00 lOo Trip to koNcy MouuUiiti (for two).. 200.00 1-01 lo UK) Fine gold-illled thimble worth $2.50 each. 2-17 .»0 200 -Rot suburbs Memphis .... . <50.00 20! to 344 12 months subscrip tion to Svmuxy Appeal-Avalaneho $2.00 (>a<-h.. 2OP..00 I #.V St. Loni* ll»m«w and Ve hicle Co.. Buggy.. 53.115 1 #51 to 4 DO 1’hotogra vitro crlo ! ' hrated Painting "Christ Ho/oro l'ilato,” fl each. 140.00 1 MV) 100 *crns flno Texas Land.. ROoo.iM) f.OI Rot suburbs Memphis. 500.00 I 502—Trip to World** Fair, Chicago, for two. 150.00 i 53? -Trip to Rocky Mountain*. . . 100.00 1 501 Trip Paso Del Norte. Mexico 100.00 505 Scholarship Reddin'* Business College. Memphis, for business course, shorthand and typewrit ing. or telegraphy. IV). oo 50'*, One One Sewing Machine*..,. 50.00 507- TM:et for 60 Dinners A Fluids, Memphis. 25.00 f/O.s lied-room set of Furniture.. 75.00 f»00-One term Scholarship. ivato P. .Nelson Seminary. Shreveport. Louisiana. 100.00 Mu -50 A urea lipe Texas Lund... 500.00 511 to GOO 12 mouths' subsorip tion to Sunday Appeal-Avaiaucho _ $2 00 each. 378.00 <00 drip to Si. i’aul-Mimicapolis. (.fur uvo). 130.00 <01 to S..4 - Photogravure* of cele brated painting. “Christ IScfuro Pilate," $1 eiicli. 154.00 S55 — 100 Acres tine Texas Land.. 1,000.00 85d to 054—Flue Polit. and <loo graphieal Map. Ti. S. worth $3 (11 culms) . 405.00 053 -Om* :uie Jersey cow. 2.,o.n:> 050 to OSO Filin gold-tilled thim ble. $2.50 each. 02.50 051 One line gohl-filled Llunting <'.nw Watch. 40.00 082 to 000 Steamboat Trip to .Now Orleans, Su Louis «r Clu cdirtfeai and return, $20 each... iso 00 001 —Pine Jersey cow. 250.00 01)2 -Half term, regular courn at the lligbce School for young la the*. including board. 150 00 093—Trip to New York and return 100.00 BUM—Finn (irold-tUled Hunting-case Watch.. 40.00 b93 -Lot suburbs Memphis. j>oo ‘ 0 bbd—>^no Cook Stove.. 4000 12*7-*-)- inn Cook Stove.. • 1 bbs -Trip to Texas State Fair.... mm) U.’b Pair Finn Privitig Horses. . 1.000- 100 Acres fine Texas I,and. l.(v >. Total first 1,000 presents.$K4.»'\ir LAST 500 REWARn^ To (ho la*t WVl subscriber* vending correct ansarn« brfur -r Mar 31, W2, vr;» will | .'If l I | I O »T II” »-• >■ I* i fust F-orreet Answer—Otio lot su auros Memphis.$ 1.000.00 2 Trtp to .New York mid return inr two. . 150.00 3 -d>tii to Minneapolis amt SL Paul for two. 150.00 4 Trip to I'asi) l>rl Norte. Mexico. far two... 150.00 r» i lue Jersey Mill. 150.00 & Trip to Kocky Mountains fur two... 2’v) (r> ? t.old-Ulled lltuiUnK vane Watch 40 no I I ;1p to World's Fair. for two. 150.(X) ft Finn St. 1/ouis Harness and Y«s hrclo <•'« top Itnirsy. Ili5.«0 lO ' A A'TMi Tot.as Land. 5:m 00 II to S.V) l^hotOKravure of cele brated Fainting. Thrlst. Itcforw Fllato." $1 each. 1140 00 341 to ,V»0 Flue < JeOKinphlrsl un 1 folUient Map V. S. (I l rolorm 5 40 each. 50 00 *01 to 38'. IS rooTitlm' tul.**crlr> tiou to Sunday Appeal-Avalanche *2 00 each. MMK* 3S0 to nor.- -Mnn gold-filled tum ble, $2.50 **ar h. 25.00 31)0—life scholarship Nelson's Business College. Memphis. gon.1 in all deport incuts. 125.00 307—One $10.Off gold piece. 1st.tip MOS turn $5.00 gold piece. 5 00 3P0 —One $5.00 gold pi see. 5.00 400- Olio term a'holarshSp St. Ag nes Academy. Memphis good In ad departments. 100.no 401- 50 Acres Texan Ixitul. 5<HUM 402 Fine Jt rsev hull. 150.00 4on. 70*. Photogravure of rrle br.red Painting. “Christ Before Pilate.*' $1 c*< h. no«0n 707 Two tint* hogs. 25.00 70S 50 Acres Texas l.an t. 500.00 TOO line rear scholarship iKnglish department o' lyt Clara Conway Institute. Memphis Te.un. 5 ! Od SO.t Lot suborns Memphis. .'00 t o tVstid last SuO present-.. . .$ 5.350 0d EVERY SUBSCRIBER GETS A PRESET*VT. Remember. each a:.»ter m**i b»- ac-compuun d bv 1 f- r wh’rh ihe <»jeit Weekly in mailed to nnr part of tlu* VmH fc'iUrw *-r ('«'■«■• a for one »e ,r. >i;1 »-.*.• iI who do not answer prompt v. and who fail secure <>: e »f Or* »hov l.Hivi pr**-.u»s wiil be jriven a handsome Photogravure of Mupkr*y'» t>l«bratfd I’, ir nir, I'h^at liotore Pilate." for wb!«*h r.. nwr 4 WarHmHM'r paid JKJntiOO; • l inches; tabled at 11.00 each. Present stub*** finer* rrm.t . I ?'0 and lime v\ j be v tended or paper sent to relative or Mend. Present * e< to i nr v i>■ vi *r suhs *- pi • .> He twit br" money order, pa»iti! wo «. drift or r-ps'**rcii irtter D n't m r> i.c*t;ers postmarked litter Urnu May Si wi.l not bo recorded mOND iN YU.’.; SCKU’llOX TODAY. ‘ou"“* Trie. nPP&flU-fWflLflrlG’k; MEMPHIS. TSNN., U. S. A Xteferencer— f!v»ry Ha >k ant! Hurlr.es* liouet* in Memphis ami the goiith.' and that no one could grant such nu i thority, except the Secretary. The j trouble with the Commissioner of Im I g ration is that he imagines himself j an independent official instead of the subordinate of tho Treasury depart men He has been in hot water iv:r since the offi o was created, Mr. Harrison is reported to have at tempted to read the riot act to the five republican Senators who were al sent without being paired when his protege I Judge Woods of Indiana, just slipped through by a majority of one. Sena tor S.ewart, who was one of the ab I eentees, is said to have remarked drily: •‘Had we been present and voted, the ! majority would have been th s other ! way.” Then Mr. Harrison was sorry he s lid anything. Some American journalists have strucka bonszain John Wunnemaker’s testimonial. For dollars and cents his name is good; for clothes fitting his judgment is g >od, but pray whoro did 1 he gel hb 'itsrary «cmc. THE CHICAGO BKKWKRtKS' COMBINE The immense brewery corporation capitalist xl at $20,000,000, of which a full report was published in The In ter Ocean last Saturday, will prob ably entirely revolutionize the Chi cago beer business. The deal is the largest and most |iinportant in the history of the trade, and rivals the famous whiskey trust The prime mover in the deal, the P. Sehopnhofen Brewing Company, is the same firm that caused such a rumpus up in Milwrukee among the local brewers there by establishing the first brunch of any importance for the sale of outside beer in that city. It appears that ever since the Mil waukee brewers have been making the most strenuous efforts to prevent it be coming publicly known that Chicago beer is being sold In their city. Mearly every brewer in Milwaukee is vi*> 'hr interested in having this ke >t\ .Jt, as there is no doubt but that it will seriously affect the entire shipping and export trade of that city,* which amounted last year to somewhere in the neighborhood of ^001,000 barrels. Chicago Into - Ocean. PRESS PARAGRAPHS. Mr. Hill does not want the Presiden cy any more than Mr. Cleveland. Each equally wants it. Each “goes for it-’ in a different way. Mr. Cleve land would hypnotize it. Mr. llil goes gunning for it. It looks as if each would bag the other, and a Western man tho nomination.—New York World. Deni. As for Senator Hill, his interesting starring tour through .the South in the pursuit of delegates began yesterday. What Mr. Hill does now is much more important than what Mr. Cleveland says. But Senator Hill will probably find by that experience which has shad owed the lives of so many greater American politicians and statesmen, that the Presidency always eludes those who pursue it most diligently. —New Y’orkPress, Rep. The Democratic party will be una voidably sp t by the action of a large majority of its Representatives in Con gress in favoring a free coinage bill. I There is nothing which can hold it to- I gether in tho face of this problem. The party wiil point in vain to the tariff question. The country could support 1 McKinley for a century more easily 1 than Bland for ayear. The new Bland j bill will not become a law, but it will 1 none the less surely ruin the Demo cratic party.—New York Staats-Zei tung, Ind. Dem. England needs a few sharp words in reply to Salisbury’s would-be wit, backed up by a demonstration which shall show her that she can do better by acting fai \ and squarely in this matter. The presence in Behring Sea of two or throe American c uis*rs would con vine) Lord Salisbury very promptly that he had better agree to a modus vivendi if he lias any regard for the Canadian sealers or desires peace with the United States.—San Francisco Chronicle, Rep. Unwittingly the opponents of Mr. Cleveland, by their tactics in Congress and elsewhe e, have made his nomina tion seem more imperatively necessa ry to men of sound Democratic princi ples than eve • before, for they have emphasized the contrast between what the country has to fear from them and what it knows mat*be confidently ex pected from the sturdy champion of tariff reform, of purity of administra tion, of honesty in politics, and of a sound, unviiiated currency.—Balti- i more Sun, Dem Dr. Parkhurst and his minority have I been shouting so longlmd so loud that they are no doubt thoroughly con vinced that they represent an over- ; whelming majority of the people o! ! this city, if a fair vote could be taken the honest doctor would bo as much surprised as he has boun by the har rowing proofs of Sunday beer drink- ! ing accumulated by his detectives, j And ho would then understand why : sermons like that of yesterday are on ly useful in the innocent merriment | that they affo-d.—New York Cummer- 1 cial-Advertiser. But without question it honestly represents Olevc and’s position and character as a political leader, as his previous course has shown. And it is a refreshingly high position, and one which the people will be quick to ap plaud aud honor.—Springfield Repub lican. lud. Senator Hill will not need the aid of an interpreter to understand that cer tain allusions in tliii lettor are intend ed to be personal t > liimsolf. The tet ter will please Mr. Cleveland's friends, and it map lx set down a- ev ran tint tney will spare no off n-t to secure him two-thirds of the Chicago eonven.ion. Can they doit?—B isiou r tv ler, Itjp. Haw recruits ilo not appreciate the va ue of subordination, and when they sit in the halls of Congress their eleva tion makes them tenacious of their own opinions. Unless out of the tur moil some man emerge? fit to take tho lead of affairs we shall have a wasted session. A wasted session at this tim* means serious results for the De mocracy.—St. Paul Clobe, Dam. . Irons the Hartford C lurand welearn ti at Mr. Harrison’s path toward a re nomination does not lie through rose gardens. The plan of operations against him is to have as many favor ite sons in the field as possible and thus diminish his strength at the out set, and then to concentrate the oppo sition upon some dark horse. In this vvoll laid plan is Connecticut for Haw ley or Piatt?--Hew Haven Register, Detn. It is only a few weeks since Senator Hill was expressing his willingness that the other fellows should have the b ass bauds, provided the delegates were left for him; but it now appears that on his Southern tour he is net averse to greetings from these noisy political accessories, while at the same time it mast have become more doubt ful even to himself whether he can capture many State delegations from that section.—Providence Journal. The prosperity of the Nsw South will be rounded out when it turns its back on tee ido.s of British free trad" and su»tains the American protectiv policy of the Republican party, needed only the commercial advai ges which reciprocity secures to o a vista of enduring and unsurp; prosperity in the multiplied iadus: ol a region singularly blessea variety os well as in the «xte richness of its resources.—.N§yj Recorder, Rep. There will be anxious | inquiries throughout the country to-day as to what has become of one David H. Hill, who started from Washington Sunday afteanoon on a Southern electioneer ing tour, it is greatly feared that lie has been struck by an apparently harmless paper sent out for the pui' pose of r earing the. political atmos- f' peers. 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