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8ltuntton anil Help Wnnted
WANTED Position liy ninn now
traveling dry Roods and lints In
Island trade; similar position, or
T.IU consider another line; Rood
cause for desiring Chang"; refer
tnenj. Address, Drummer, Hullotln
otUce. 2080 Iw
WANTED Situation as mold or scam
Btrcss In private family by an Eng
Ush eltl- Address M. S, this ollkc.
WANTED Position to do general,
housework on caro for children. Ad-J
tlrcsa Ulrl, this olllce. zuto jw
WANTED Young man wants work
of any kind; experienced waiter and
porter. I'. A. J . this olllco.
207 1-1 w
Adt In this column will be Inserted
Per line, one Insertion 15e
Per line, two insertions . 25c
Per line, one week 3uc
Per line, two weeks . . . 40c
Per line, one month 60c
dt Is the cheapest advertising
offered the people of Honolulu.
LET US DO your bookeeping and
m&ho your collections Satisfaction
guaranteed Honda glen ns s. cur
Ity. C. E. MOORE &. CO., 1" Mi In
tyre Block 2''82-2w
SPECIAL NOTICE Honda furnished
to any amount for the man holding
posltlun as guardian, postoltlco ofll
clal or any oilier position of trust.
Honolulu Investment Co. 2051 tt
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. has WHITE BAND FOR
SAI.K 1543 tt
WANTED Hve- or six room cottage,
with bath. In good locality Address
T. II, Uulletln olllce 2U82 Iw
WANTCD To buy line leghorn roos
ters: Address J. J C, this unit.
j 20S0-1W '
WANTED Everybody to know that
tho Canton Marino Insurance Co,
otUce Is at Honolulu Investment Co.
WANTCD 500 men to shavo for 16c.
JoiTj. 43 King St.; (Ho white bar
TO LET Six room euttago. cor Fort
and School. Apply next door on
Kort. 2081 lw
TO LET 'J room. 2stor house, 10
minutes walk troin 1. O Until, etc,
Two roomed cottnge on premises, ;
cool, pleasant locality Add i ess HAY".,
this office. 2i)i3-lvg
"io LET One largo duuble loom- nl
so one single room; good location,
on car lino near Thomas Square II.,
Uuuctln office. 2US! lw
FOR RENT Sulto of looms over
Washington Mercnutilo Co.; $23 per
month; possession March 1st. Ap
ply A. Harrison Mill Co.. Ltd, or
Ficd. I, Waldron, room 3, Spreckcls
TO LET Flvo room cottnge off Wnl
klkl road between Hopkins and
Bishop switch. Immediate posses
sion. Apply flawn. Tramways of
fice. Punnhou 20C4-tf
0 LET Newly furnished rooms, sin
gle or en suite, first-class tnhlo
board, hot and cold water, electric
lights, etc 1270 Hcrctunln St.
P. DANSON KELLETT Attorney,
Notary Public, marriage licenses.
Room 11, Magoon Hldg.
F. M. BROOKS ..ttorney; rooms 9-10,
Spreckcls bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
humanu St . Tel, 481 Main.
J. M. DAVIDSON Attorney-at-Law,
109 Knalniraanu 'St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorncy-at-law-
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4, Spreckcls bldg.
C A. COWAN 11SC Union St, opp.
Purlflr riuh- sundries, etc
MCDONALD & LANGSTON Contract-
ora and Builders; Uo8 Union St.
U. K. OTSUK A Contractor and build
er, carpenters and masons, excavat
ing; filling and curbing; stono and
brick; ballasting nnd cement walks,
Room 4, Arlington Hotel, Tel. Main
THE KA8H CO., LTD, 1 wo stores,
23-27 Hotel St. nnd cor. Fort & Hotel.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
Fine carriages wagons, harness
and whits- nerctnnla near Fort Hr i
CIGARS AND TOBACCO. j
ELS BUILDING, QIC Miller Street.
CONVEYANCING Charges reason- JEWELER. I
able. Room 10 Mcliityre Block. ' TH0S L,NDSAYMrg. jocCr nnd
.,,-..-. watchmaker; 630 Fort St.; Lovo
t DENTISTS. bldg.; latest In novelties.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHw-S Dentist; , lr,,,npg
1154 Alakea St.. olllce hours, 9 to 4. LIQUORS.
Dn.DERBY-FortnndHotoISts.; gas pn'M0 .ANTiirriN rai nnw
administered, pnlnless extracting. at tho I'ANTIIKON SALOON.
DR. G. W. RAYMOND Room 3. Mott- MESSENGER SERVICE.
Smith bldg.; hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. nnlWDIA, CCOCM.cp ocn.
DR.T. MOTONAGA 4(1 Beretanla SL; VICE Union St. nr. Ilotol.; Tel.
office hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. 301 Main. m
Ads. will be Inserted -I'RUE.
SALESMEN WANTED To sell our
goods by sample to wholesale and
retail trade, c are tho largest and
only manufacturers In our lino In tho
world; liberal salary paid. Address
Can Dex Mfg Co., llurfalo, N. Y.
WANTED Oermnn girl to do general
household work and caro for chil
dren.' JIary, llullctln oince.
TO LET furnished fiont mom tor
one or two gentlemen, bre-akfast If
df-slii'd VI Wncjaid J"81 lw
TO LET Three handsomely furnish-!
r.,1 . Hi... It. .Mi HO". tin,,- '
.'14 lUUIItr. ,IV, MUltl ,-. ...at, 4JV.V-
tanla, cor KceaumoAU.
TO LET Newly furnished airy Biilto;
table board Is desired. 144 Rcrctnnni
Ave 2073 It
TO LET Cottages off i. .bool St. nr.
Nuuanu, $13 and $17. On Insano
Asylum road, (12.50 and $6.50. 1.
E. II. Straiten, 32 Campbell block,
31C Tort t. 2031-2m
TO LET Cottage, Cottage drove,
King St. Enquire No, 8 cottage.
TO LET Hoomy bath tub, with either
hot or cold water anu all modern
Improvements, 'all at Silent Har
bor Shop. 2019 tf
FOR RENT Cottage on South St.;
six rooms; modern Improvements;
$20 Honolulu Investment Co., Judd
TO LET Furnished rooms nt Mrs.
McConneTs, Oarden lane. 2055 tf
FOR SALE A lady's Columbia blcy
cle, In good condition. Klnnu, third
house fiom Alnp.il. 2083 lw
FOR SALE Cheap, furniture for sev-l
, en-room house, In lots to milt, kav-l
Ing city; no reasonable offer refus I
c'd. Call third house from Alapnl on
Kluau. . 2081 tf
FOR SALE Fliio Jersey cow; Just
calved. Apply to Lewis & Co.
FOR SALE Very old tapa quilt, nlso.
very old calablshcs, some unpollsh. I
cd, Address Z., this ofilcc. 4s-tf
. . t
FOR SALE Horse and phaeton, horso1
gentle; good under snddle; phaeton
almost new. K. C. II, Uulletln.
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress R. M. Duncan, at Hullotln of
ROOM AMD BOARD.
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort 8t.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms rentonnble. 1930 tf
LOST l'ockctliook containing sum of
money, Monday night, $S0 rewnul If
returned to this olllco. 20S0-1W
LOST Jinny thousands of dollan
through neglecting to hnvo stoi I
sufficiently Insured. Honolulu In
vestment Co. represent tour of the
strongest Arc Insurance companlm
FOUND Insurance against tho break-
ngo of plato glass at Tho Honolulu
Investment Co. 2051 tf
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; ofilcc, 1313 Wil
der Avo.; Tel. 3441 Blue.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping; room 2, i- .10 bldg.
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St., opp, Wnerley bile; Tol.
021 Hluo; pkgs. called for nnd dnl'd.
C. A. SCHMIEDTE
.ind drnvaei) Tel
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
nnd fourth Wednesday In the month.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 121
Fort St, near Kulttil Groceries,
Fruits and Tobaccos.
J. E. GOEAS Herctanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Blue.
8. J. SALTER Successor to Salter &
Watty; 712 Fort St, Orpbcura bile;
Tel. C81 Blue.
F AVEIROS Groceries;
Wa,!klkl of nmraa St.
I CITY 8HOEING SHOP J. W, McDon
1 aid, Fort St, opp, Club Stables.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
nnd King Sts,; Tol. Main 228. I. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St . opp. Club Stables; P. O box 791.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon, ' 1024 Bercta
ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUD
Music furnished, Mctropolo Ho
tel, loom 12, Alakea St,
E. K, KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio, 1.ovo bldg., Tort St.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
Tho latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.; Tel. 204 Main,
MRS. HANNA Fort St., next to I.ovo
bldg ; cholco lino of new millinery,
trimmings, etc.; agent for Duttcrlck
BYRNE & LIVINGSTONE Hop Ame
rlrnn Mnnf's. Itoom 8 Progress Ml.
Tel Main 131.
n el nnfiCTT r?. !-. vn .i
.. .. . ..J V, ...... t.UlU UUVi.
Thoat; oinco nt Eye and Ear Infirm I
nry, A'.akea St.
4 p. m.
Hours 9 a. m. to
DR. FRED. W. HODGINS Eye. Ear,
Noso and Throat only; olTico Alakea
8t, lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
olTlco hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAY, M.D., CM.
-520 Beretnnla Ave.; Tel Hluo 3351.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248
Herctanla Ave.; Tel. Illue 821.
ANTONE PILARES & CO. Plumbers
nnd Tinsmiths. Alt kinds of san!
tnry work. Sewer connections a
specialty Charges to suit tho
limes, Corner Miller and Punchbowl
I PAINTER AND PAPE.RHANGER.
V. H. POULSEN i-alntlng and paper
hanging: Territory Stables. King St.
JUDD &. CO., LTD. Building lots txnl
residences for salo; 307 Stnngcn
wald bldg.; Tel. 223 Main.
M. Q. SILVA Agent for real estnto.
also to grant marrlngc licenses
58 Merchant St.; Tel. Mnln 115.
PRIMO BEER is good If It Is kept
right. Try It. M tno l'ANTHEC
AMY LENNON Stenography nnd
typewriting; 13 Knnhumanu St
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St, nr. Nu
uanu Felt, straw, panama hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring nnd re
pairing. Elks bldg, G1C Miller St.
GROTE &. CRAMER Tailoring nnd
repairing, Union, near Hotel St.
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and
chronometer maker: 79 Mnrrhnnt 8t.
Madame A. Scliocllkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
n classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel 8U
pp. Adventlat Church.
505, Corner of Herctanla Axe. an J Punch
All Work Done By Hand,
Lace Curtains, Silk and Glove Cleaning a
AHAUIE O CO.
Waialua Beach Hotel
A. WENNER, Manager,
Now Open for Business. Fin
est of Accommodation. Finest
of Bathing. Be Suro to Get
Off at Waialua Station.
RATES $2.50 per day,
Special Rates by Week or
For further Information ad
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Port St., bet. Queen and Merc hunt
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
everything first-class. Complete line
Key West and Domestic Cigars ahvayi
H, J, NOLTE, - Proprietor.
SCORE ONE FOR THE MEN.
One often wonders how it is that
men's rooms nie so much moio com
f 01 table than women's. The hitter
stay much 111 ore at homo and 1110 sup
posed to make housekeeping their
study, )et while n man's loom may bo
void of knick-knacks, beauty and dec
oration, it Is nlvvu)8 comfortable. In
u man's room the (lie alwn)s bums
brightly, tho urmchalis nie sleep-In.
vltlng, the writing tables well equip
ped. the pens fit to use, the Ink hot
I tie filled, while plenty of paper ami en
j vt lopes and good blotting paper Invite
1 to iiricspondenie. Kven In a hotel It
is the Binoklng 1110m that Is the most
I cozy the warmest, tho fieest fiom
iliaiiulits Women seem to expend
theli energies on frilled cushions, sll-
wr tables, and howls of llowcis. It
j )ou want a newspaper, only the half
! bluet of advertisements Is to bo found;
hooks ate partly rut and no paper cut
ter liis handy, the pens nio broken
the Ink thick, tho blotting paper toip
and blotchy, and them Is never a
pine of sealingx wax. Of comse, thin
does not refer to house's wheie tin Im
maculate groom of tho chambeis at-
1 tends dally to the writing tnble, but
to a woman's own sanctum, over which
t hhe presides heiself. IMilludelphla
sliiiiHLsiiiiiHsMsHsB.IHPXjsv''' I !Ek3':$$M
iiiiiiiiimisiiisHsiiiiiiKo . tt iflKiZ
ARTHUR PUE GORMAN, WHO
After bavins liren nhsent fiom the Fnlted Ktntci senate for six years Mr.
Gorman of Mnrjl.uid has bicu once more elided In Hint body Ho will toko
his seit next )e.ir
WHEELER SAYS FLUNKEYISH1 IS INCREASING
Washington. Fob. 1 1. The monotony
of a prlate pension day of the House
una culueneil today by a ery sensa-
tlonnl speech from Wheeler of Ken-
tuckv. In denuniintlon of what he do-
nominated "lliinkelsm'' to foreign
uiiintilcH. He took the ireent state-
ments emanating from Continental
cabinets tegni ding the attitude of on the part or nny people that Ropre
(Ireat Iliitain during the Spanish war sentatlves In this chamber did not
as a text for a wholesale attack upon hasten to declnro that wo regarded
the trend of our recent diplomacy
His spool li aroused the House to a
high pitch of excitement nnd ellilti'd
from Houtelle of Illinois n spirited de
fense of Secretaiy Hay, whom he eulo
gized In high terms Sexcral other
memlieis on the Itepublltnn side took
n hand, nnd Inter In the afternoon
(Irofvcnor of Ouio took Wheiler to
task for his Inopportune piotest. " nnd
rchcaiM'd the history or the lslt 111
tho I'lluie or Wales to tills lountl) in
1801) and his ui option 1 I'rvsldint
Whci'li r. d irlng consideration 01'
one nr tin- prliate pension bills, delu
ded n sensational speech In denuncia
tion ot (Inat Hiltaln. based on the le
cent revelations regarding that (tin
criitneu''H attitude towanl the United 1
States dining the Spanish war.
New Alliance Schemes.
"Mr. Chairman." said he. "I haw
lead with lively Interest the reient ex
posure and criticism In the press of
Hie attitude or C.i eat Hiltaln and the
other 1:111 opt an powers townid the
Republic during tho war or 1S9S. Di
visions ot 1 ulilli- sentiment among the
peoplu of the I'nlted Stntes ate to bo
deslitd Hut until tin- inauguration of
the President in IS'i" there never was
.my division or snitlment upon emu
gnat question. i.nd Hint was the nplcn
old iKolatiou ol the Republic nnd Its
Ilxiel elctci initiation to hold aloof fiomjclaie that If the publication in tno
all entangling alliances with foreign plena is true, this man l'auncefote
powers Then the belief nnd fixed ought to be ordered to take the first
judgment of wtlliilgh every patilotic ship to 1 loss the waters. We want no
iltlzen was overturned, and for the mieh mun In tho Republic. If ho cornea
filst time we witnessed n l'resldent ot here to repiesent his (Iiiveinment, well
the United States aideel and egged on und good, but If he lomes hero til
by a pitiable flunkey In the State Do- hatch conspiracies, to attempt tu lorce
paitnvnt. stietihliig his nrms ncioss his wishes and his Ideas upon tue
Hie water to emliniie the historic one- Amoilcan people, the sooner wo nro nt)
niles of the Ameilisro people. "f blm the bette. It will ho.
Laughing Stock of Euorpe. Sent to Coronation.
"From that good hour until now we "I nm only 1 entrained from discus
hnvo made ourselves a laughing stock tlon of what I icgard ns tho most un
at every louit In Huieipe bemuse ot foitunnte incident by the oidlnary
our fliinkeylsm, our truculiney heic, umenltles which should ohtnln between
and tho disgraceful s)inphaniy or tho 0110 gctitlemnu nnd another. I allude
lenresentatlves of the Iteimhlle at the to the fact of tho onnortiinltv seized
feet of Great Britain, and now, when
It selves tho purpose of some othei
great nation, the pitiable speitaelc 1c
presented that we have been hugging
I to our bosom dining the last five yea is
n uiiiion nun hub hjkic luiiiuuiiy nun
persistently uttempted to destroy the
lllititles of the Ameilinii people since
the battle of Yoiktown. We find now,
despite the rnit that the picsent Ad
mliilutintton Is ufrnld. oven in the fnce
of Its great majotity. to ask an appio
prlatloii or $i,0(io or Jlun.niMi to pay
some Hhouldei Htiappeel, gold Iiii-mI
uunkc) to cioss tne wuter nnii now tho
knee nnd kiss tho hand or some Hug
II9I1 King, that while this ver) pitluble
spectacle Is being presented to us it
is bejlng litialdcd abroad that In 1S98.
when we weio seeking to stilke the
shackles of serfdom fiom oft the heels
ol Culm, that nation was then seiretly.
in our own capital, attempting to firm
n coalition of tho great poweis ot the
..uiiu iu ,i.-.uv iuv wiviiiiiM,ii
Ami It has not taused a ilpple In dlplo-
Boot Out Hay.
"It has been tho boast of America,
diplomacy to the continiy notwith-
Btamllng, thnt when our State Depait-
meut said 'no' wo meant 'no ' and when
wo said 'ves' wo meant ')es.' It re-
untitled feu the piesent und the Just
closed Republican administration to
lliaiiguiuio a 8)iom 01 uuiopean ill-
plomaey. with a kid gloved, velvet ton
gued gentleman, who hud to travel out tho Democratic side) Why do tho
lot his way to llud n response to a plain Ameilian peoplo give- heed to this
categoilcul question. We nio destioy- loollsb and disgraceful tlunkiivlsm oil
ing tho lutegi Ity and the pi Ide and tho ncteil by tho piesent Administration?
lutelllgcneo and the houcsty of that .ihat dltlerence does It mnke to us
great depaitment of the Government, whether he Is a. Mother of the Kmpur
1 1 have u respect foi the present cue it- or!"
lmu ui itie wiitiv iioubc, 1 iruiutiy
avow; I think he Is too honest to be
palatable to tho nverago Republican
paitlsan A little Quixotic, It Is true,
hasty tempered, full blooded and not
exactly desirable to many of our cltl-
zens, nnd I Indulgo the hope that tne
lingering element of Americanism will
Indue o him nt tho ttrst opportunity to
boot out that man in thu Btato Depart -
inent who, in my Judgment, has
biought us to this humiliating coiull-
"England a friend of tho United
Slates? 1 would to Ood Bho were, but
wnni a spectacle nave wo presented in
order to be nble to boast that wo have
the friendship of Great Hrltnln nnd
hne become a world power. Never
befoie in the history of tho Republic
has there been a struggle fur freedom
with solicitude the endeavors nnd ef
forts of n pcoplo to obtain tnelr own
liberty. lor tireat Britain mntntnlu
Ing military stations tnsldo the bor
dors of two republics Wo liavo seen
her agents going up and down tills :
country enlisting men and buying nn
tcrlals of war.
Away From Traditions.
"Wo have swung f 111 titer nway from
IVmocratli tiudltious, fiom Hcpi.hll
inn Ideis nnd fiom Republican prim I
ple.1 In the List five yeats than In the
picvlous bundled joars. Things are
now accepted ns n matter of course,
that would liavu shocked tho Intelll
genie of our furetntherB beyond en
iliuuiKo, all growing out of tuls-totrlv
lug to lock arms with tho great Knro
pinn powers and became n world pow
cr, to foster this new Iden of dlplo
mary, sitting quietly by nnd allowing a
roprepcntatlvo of one great power to
assemble in his icsldenco In tho capi
tal or the Republic the representatives
ot every otliei gioat nation and make
the lold-blooded and delibeinto de
mand, or tcqucst, that they join with
bltn In .1 determination nibltrarlly and
v.Ith roue to pievent tho American
P'ople Horn nc complialilng what they
had determined to accomplish.
"It ina be well enough to treat th.i
lepiesentatlves of foreign powers with
iiiiiitcsy nnd lonsideintlon. I do du
"' the chief citizen of the Republic to
i'nd n member of his family across
me water for tho purpose of partlcl
rating In tho coronation of n king.
"I shall not discuss that, because R
ue m-i-easiiy involves uiuiiers 1 uevnot
1 am to go Into hero. I will, In passing,
sny that it Is a most unfortunate clr
uinistancc. It Is unprecedented in our
blstoiy anil is today deeply lamented
on the part of oveiy coimtry-lovlnfl
mun in tne itcpiiljlle. I nm sorry that
he did It, It Is establishing a urece.
dent thnt he ought not to recognize.
ami 11 is hut 0110 more link In tho chain
showing townid what end we are ilrttt-
Launching Little Ship.
-one other matter I wish to mlvert
to. In tho next few days wo uro to
have a brother of a ruler comu over to
this countiy and take charge of a llttlo
tug, vessel or yacht, whatever you
pleaso to tctm It. built by somo peoplo
up )n ftuw j oru. we nio uppiopilnt'
ing tlmusands of dollars, and tho An
glomanlacs and tho i:uronenn maniacs
aio railing over each other to get to
Me n little Dutchman tomo over nnd
take charge of a little ship. (Applause
on the Democratic side.) What ellt
terenie does It make whether ho Is a
I'rlnco Heniy or not? There nro
thousands of citizens or tills Republic
loiiowing tne plow as noble, ns honest,
us imeiiigem ns i-iinco Heniy or
I'llncn anybody eb- lApnlauso on
visit or t-aiayene.
Giosvenor of Ohio If tho gentleman
bad been living at thu time Lnfii)ctto
camo to this iciuntry. beating tho
commission of tho King of Franco
would ho have overruled tho action of
flenrga Washington In sending n com
mission to meet htm nnd ai company
Ing him over tho country?
' Wheeler No, I would havo been
1 proud to Join In the commission to
weliomo tho Mniepils Lnfayctto Ho
wns a great soldier, a great fighter,
and fought for the rights of tho Amer
ican people (Applause.) But this
man represents that klnglstn or Hun
Ice) Ism that seeks to enslave the labor
of every peoplo under tho sun.
Glllett of Massachusetts Does tho
gentleman criticise the Democratic ad
ministration of Buchanan In receiving
the I'rlnce of Wnles?
Wheeler That Is n very tllffcient
thing (Laughter and derisive cries on
tho Republican side.) Wo received
him, not as wo arc iccclving this man,
If I recollect lightly, but -ho enmo as
tho official head of his Government.
Oiosvenor On tho contrary, ho
came under another name, nnd the at
tendant Hint was with him camo Incog
nito also, coming ns a mcro prlvnte
cltlrcn, and wns tnken' chnrgo of by
tho Government during his entire ttny
In the I'nlted States, and dined nt tho
Wlilto llouso by a Democratic I'resI
dent at the time when Democracy
Wheeler- If the gentleman Is cor-i-et
then I condemn, In unmeasured
terms the attitude of that Democratic
Amid great confusion nnd cries of
regular order Houtelle of Illinois said
line i-iiiii-iniii iiiiiiie un nie neaii 01 one
' ..... ..KnH. .I.........M....... l .,.. .
ui lieu hiuai ui-ui cinema bimjiiici uoi
go unanswered No man In recent
)ears, be dcclaicd, to the rattlo of Re
publican applause, had reflected such
credit on our diplomatic affairs as the
present hend of tho State Department
Boutell closed with n declaration that
he could not sit silent while attacks
wero being made upon a man who had
shed luster upon our n,ilomncy.
The excitement occasioned by Wheo-
lers speech then subsided and tho
consideration of pension bills was re
There was a sequel to Wheeler's
speech later In the dny, when drosvo-
nor secured tho floor and replied nt
length to what tho Kentucklan had
said. As to Wheeler's denial of his
statement tegardlug tho visit of tho
I'rlnco of Wales In 18(10, Orosvcnor do
dared that ho personally could bear
witness to the truth of his assertion,
for he himself had seen the I'rlnco
when ho first set foot on Amcrlcnn roll
at Niagara, As a )oung man ho hail
listened to the Prince's speech, ho
said, with icnt interest.
Just nt the time when the American
peoplo weio to be put to the test is to
whether they were gentlemen, It wns
most unfortunate that this protest
should come ngalus the reception of
Prince Henry. The speech of the gen
tleman from Kentucky would b ex
ploited in Kurope tomorrow. On the
evo of the Prince's departure, as the
message of tho Amcrlcnn people to
Wheeler Interposed at this point to
say that he should gladly welcome nny
gentleman fiom abroad. What he ob
jected to was the official color to bo
given to the visit. Then, ns Giosvenor
proceeded to read what ho had said
criticising the I'lesldent for making a
new precedent ln'connectlon with the
roionntlon of King Edward. Wheeler
lntci riipted to sa that while he hail
not desired to bring the matter into tho
discussion, what he had deplored was
'the report that the President Intended
to send n member of bis tnmllv to
"Oh. II It Is simply n matter of n
young girl gnjng to the coronation of n
gentleman nnd n lady," obseived Gros
euor, "I will not pursue It."
"So far as the young lady Is con
corned," ho added, "I can tell the gen
tleman one thing. She would give him
a great deal of tioublo If Bho would get
Into n debato with him ns to tho pro
pilety of her going." (Applause and
Grosvenor th"n took up wheelers
speech, reading fiom It the term "llttlo
Dutchman, which Wheeler had ap
plied to I'rlnce Heniy and his re
marks about ills Indifference to the,
good will of the German people. Gios
venor commented upon this language.
saying that while the gentleman might
be lnellfleieut uow as to the good will
of tho Germans, it would bo different
"into In the fall when persimmons weic
Grosvenor descilbed at somo length
the visit of the I'rlnco of Wales in
1800, Ids tour of the country, the lion
01s showeied upon him by I'leslelent
Buchanan, who, he said, rushed out of
the White House and met him wit
extended arms, as If bo had been the
'traditional piodigal son," and the
stato dinner nccorded blm. Tho
I'rlnco was but a boy. ho said, and the
honor done him was honor only to the
toynl blood In his veins. As to tho
visit of I'rlnce Henry, ho was a hi other
of tho Get man Lmperor. He was not
a Dutchman, hut a Teuton, a German,
He was an Admiral of tho German na
vy, tho same who had been sent to
Manila to piotect German Intefsts,
and when one of his ships got In tho
way Dewey had Informed him Hint it
tno ship did nut get out of tho way In
short older theic would be trouble
"Then he took It away Ilka a gentle
man." rcmaiked Giosvenor nmld
Wheeler secured Ave minutes In
which to answer Giosvcnoi-, "I pio
test lu the name of Democracy nnd Re
publicanism.' salel he, "not against the
leceptlon or this Geiuian ?f he Is not
a Dutchman and it is certainly not a
badge of dishonor to bo n Dutchman
nor Is It a badge of dishonor to bo n
Geiman I protest against the ofrloial
leceptlon of this German. I object to
the Republic of tho United States un
dortnklng to play the flunkey at the
feet of a little German I'rlnce, and 1
ouject to the United States sending
emissaries abroad to whistle their fin
gers and danco attendance at the ante
chamber of some Britisher became he
s gnln to wear n crown."
Tho House then proceeded with the
consideration ot pension bills, 12. ol
which wero passed In thirty-two min
utes, which Is tho recoid elnco the
.uty-llist Congress for Bpeed.
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Her Llttlo Biother Oh, no, on
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