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CALLED FOR A VOTE.
SENATE REPEALERS WANT TO
END THE SILVER FldHT.
BUT TELLER AND OTHERS OBJECT.
flior I'ropoio to Hek Tlmlr T.tttlo
1'lerof IT It Tnbei Till Ilonim l).iy
Mr. nockrr.ll ItonntH tlin ICuttcrn
tfohl Senators l'ulilln Di'bt
Btiitontent for AitKUi.t
Washington, Sept S. During Sena
tor Vance's romurlcs yesterday on sil
ver Mr. Cockroll interjected n state
inont of tlio production imtl coinage
of gold nml rilver from 1H73 to 18112,
wjiicli showed ,1 production of gold
amounting to S2,!J10, Ji!iK!JO0, while the
coinage uinoitnloil to S2,7t7,711,07i; of
silver tho proJu.tion was ?:., 130.700,
"3.1, while tho coinage wits Sa,32-',0fj;i,-351.
Mr. Voorheci of Indiuua now sprung
a surprise by nailing for u vole on the
substitute reported by tlio finance com
mittee to tlio house repeal bill. No
furUi or debate was proposed at this
"O, no," interrupted Mr. Teller,
'I will sajV conlirucd Senator
Yoorhces, "that notices have boon
given of up 'colics intended not week.
There ia not u senator in this body
but known that I desire every senator
who in good faith wisheu to occupy
the time of the sctmto lo Have his
opportunity' in full, but 1 cannot tuko
thu responsibility, nor will I do so, of
being a party to delay, more delay,
and when a vacancy in talk has been
renched, I slmll want that vacancy
filled bv a vote."
Mr. PoiTer (Pop, Kan i I do not
dosiro to postpone action on this I
measure, so fnr ns I am personally
ccncoriied, n minute longer than until
I have done all that I can do honorably
and inside of par.iamcntary rules to
defeat this measure.
A discussion followed as to tlio par
liamentary procedure to be observed
in tlio consideration of tlio subject
and Mr. Voorhecs asked that thu bill
reported by the finance committee be
substituted for tlio house bill. To
this Mr. Cockrell of Missouri objected
until there was uu opportunity for
Mr. Cockrell was followed by Aid
rich of IlhoJn Island, who twitted tlio
Missouri sonator for falling to stand
upon tho platform of tha Democratic
Mr. Cockrell replied he kntw whou
this session began t1o distinguished
(fold lnonomclullists would assume the
lnn-tcrxl.ip und leadership of tho Dem
ocratic party, and that Mr. Sherman
wou il head the procession for tho pur
pose of bringing tho Democratic party
uaelo tho single gold standard Tho
Senator fiom Klioile Island (Alilrich)
need not bo uneasy about his (Coolc
roll's) getting oft" the platform. That
question would not bo dctei mined by
tho protectionist, gold monometallisUs
from Rhode Island, net n t all. A bet-,
tor and nobler class would determine
At 3:35, upon motion of Mr. Voor
liuc's the Senate proceeded to the con
sideration of oxeeutio business.
After twenty minutes spent in execu
tive session the Donate adjourned until
ruinjc ix:m statkmk.vi
Whit tlio Treinury Iteport for Aiiuiit
.SIinirtIullloii ori IIiiiiiI.
Wasiiixoto:,'. Sept 2. Tho debt
statement shows a net increase in tlio
public debt, less cash in tlio treasury
during August, of S10,-H2,S!)S. Tliq
interest-bearing debt increased S150.,
tho non-intercst-bearilig debt de
croasod 8100,903 and tho cash in tho
treasury decreased S10,G03,05(1.
Tho certificates and treasury notes
offset by an equal amount of cash in
tlio treasury outstanding at the end
of tho month woio 5Ti0". 01 1,881, a
deiroabc of 811,7-17,710. Tho total
wish in tho treasury was S712, 857,887.
The gold reserve was 00,000,123 and
net cash balances S1I.:!7I,787. In the
month there was a docreaso in gold
coin und bars of $10,300, 700, the total
at tho close being 81 ?0, 153,172. Of
silver thoru was a decrease of S-',303,-530
Of the Hurpliu there was on
national bank deposits fl7,0S5,17,
agam. t S17,(M 1,003 at the oncl of tho
L-.V.t night Secretary Carlisle said
hat the'silver purchiiHCs by tho treas
ury department during the month of
AuL'it. !tfJ3, wero 3,808,022 Hue
ouncos, r-ost ng S2.8S0 532. The total
sllvor purchased undor tho act of July
II, 1S00, up to August 31, has been
1(53,017,001 lino oum.es, coding S151,
S0I.170. Tho silver bullion on hand
at the several mints is as follows:
Philadelphia, Jll,;ifiOOU lino ounces,
eoalng 5104,310,70.'?; San Francisco,
U.3.VJ, t2 tine ounces, costing S10.201,
785; Nor Orleans, 8,303,005 line
ouncos, costing $7,:.'13,020; Carson,
500,07-1 lino ounces, costing 8487,218.
Total 131,025,102 lino ounces, costing
l"roin tho silver bullion purchased
5)0,087, IS." silver dollars havo been
coinei, the bullion tlterpln contained
busting S20.502.117. This number of
silver dollars is held in tlio treasury
for tho redemption of treasury notes.
Thoro is some 711,000 which havo
bucn redeemed mid cancelled. Tho
coining value in silver dollars of the
bullion on hand is S1H 1,001,2 12.
i:xj,oiuUt uri-s .Moro Tliim Jtn'olptiJ.
Wahiiixoio.v, Sopl- 2 The ollleial
comparative statomont of tlio receipts
and expenditures of tho United States
issued In detail from tho treasury do
purtment yesterday olirhvs that tho re
ceipts for August were 57,000,000 less
than tor July, while the expenditures
Voro 50 000,000 loss, Tlio expenditures
fertile two months of tlio present fiscal
year weeded tho re-ielpts SI7.H00.oOu.
ty'hla oxoess had o(, drawn from the
Irmsurv nvallabU rush which vim re
dined of course Jut that anioutit, ,r
at Jin rate of -n,5UD,0U0 pt-r monih
The i tatement t-Uawt one sigriiK.m
decrease In the Hem of pens'ons h h
were St 000,000 less than were tho pj
incuts under this hf ad hi July
Tlio Moit Kiiteil Women or tlio t.iml In
Conxriitloil lit Hunniln t'lty, Kim.
Kansas C'itv, Ma, SopU a. hntuas
City, Kan., is honored With tho pros
unco of some of the, most noted women
of tho country, who ha u assotublcd
there to attend the firs , grand rally
of tho Kansas Equal Suilrage associa
tion. Tho first xession was opened
lust ovonlng under flattering auspices.
Then wero tliroo sessiot s to-day, and
the rally wt 1 close to-nifihl with a big
This meeting, is tlio o letting gun of
the hottest campaign cfor waged in
the state of Kansas. It is in favor of
equal rights and tho women propose
to do everything in tl eir power to
win a glorious victory.
Among those who liro m ottondanco
at the meeting are: Mis! Susan II. An
thony, president of the National Kqtiat
Suffrage association: Mis. Carrie Lane
Chapman of New Yorlt, Mrs. Ihnma
Smith De Voc of Chicajo, Mr?. Laura
M. Johns, president if tho Kansas
State Kipial Suffrage as' oelationj Mrs.
Ilolcn M. (iougor of Indiana, Miss
Amanda Way, Mrs. Anna Diggs, Mrs.
Itina Ii. Otis, Mrs. Mrry Lease and
Mrs T. .1. Smith of Kansas.
Tho program of tills morning's
sessio. was as follows: "The
Amendment Campaign," discussion
led by Susan II. Anthony and partici
pated in by Anna L. I'iggs, Mis Otis
and Miss Amanda Way. "The Kclation
of the Australian llallot System to tho
Campaign," Laura M. Johns, Helen
Iliinbcr, 1011a W. llrowi and Mrs. B. V.
"Tho Kansas Otitic .ok," by Mrs.
Carrie Lano Chapman.
This afternoon the risolutions wero
introduced and u get.eral discussion
tools place on them.
WEEKLY REVIEW OF TRADE.
Tho Money M'lrki't
Xi:w YoitK, Sept. 2. -It. O. Dun .fc
Co.'s weekly review of trado says:
Money markets throuf. hout tho coun
try aro moro healthy, failures dimin
ishing in number and csumption by a
number of tlio banks Hid othor estab
lishments illustrates tho general ten
dency toward a rovival of conildencc.
Manufacturers do not yet feel the
upward impulse and exhibit on the
whole rather less sif us of improve
ment than a week ago. The record
of the weuk has been mainly ono of
satisfactory proeross t award recovery.
Wheat was affoctoc to sOino ortont
bv the Vienna report though it was
presently realized tint the estimate
as to this country was no moro reliable
than those of the department, and
that tho estimate as i wliolo gave no
assurance that the loavy surplus of
old wheat would bo required. Corn
yielded a little with unto satisfactory
crop reports, but in s )ito of bettor ad
vices from tlio more important cotton
nrodiK-lng statej tj ? price of, that
ttnple was iidvancod an eighth.
Tho failures numbi r during the past
week in tho United t tates 350, against
118 for the samo wee ic last year.
Nbw Yoitu, Sopt. C The following
table, compiled by I i-idstroet's, glvc
tho clearings hoiiso - cturns for tho
week ending August 31, with percent
agesol' incrcaso and decrease, as com
pared witli tlio cor 'esponding week
of last year:
, Clearings Ina Dca
' i f. fiioooo ... xi.fi
l,3l)i,0ll 77 0
J,iU8.4I3 .... 'T..r
JTi,m .... 40 0
1SS,00 1U.0 ...
bi. Jog'. ph. ...
TROOPS ORliERED OUT.
(otcriior Mutthoivj li'tcrui'.ncil to fetop
I'rixo flBlitln:; in Iixlluim.
IxniANAi'or.is, Inc . Sept. 2. When
time is called for tho mill between
Oriffo and Lavigne t Itoby next Mon
day night it has bi en arranged that
the state of Indiai a shall bo repre
sented by six companies of tho state
militia armed wit) rifles. Governor
Matthews haw orde "ed them out and
Adjutant General f-vln llobbins will
havo chargo of tl o expedition. Tlio
governor's specific orders have been
given. These orde i aro that he is to
t,top tlio tight or pr ivent it, even if it
takes po j r and I ill to do so.
REDLANDS l.NDER ARMS.
Clilnniiirit fiivpn I urty-I'lclit Hours In
VVhlili to I.oao tl L'ntlfoi-nU Toivn.
Kkdi.ands, Cul., Sept. 2. This town
is under arms and 150 polico on duty.
Local national guowl company is now
jit armory under rders. Forty-eight
hpurs given to Chi .eso to leave town
expired lust nigl t. Law and order
meetings held las? night condemned
agitation of agitat rs ai 1 tho town is
so thoroughly guardtdih .tno troublo
is anticipated. Li borers aro holding
I meetings, and it is roported that 150
Mexicans will airivo lato from tno
surrounding country and San llornar
dino to help drlv out. tho Chinese.
There is much excitement.
A MI4ourl'ii i-ovlilml l'or.
Wahiiixoton, rept. 2. Joseph P.
Johnson of I'lutts jurg, Mo., has boon
appointed dlvisioi postofllco inspector,
at a salary of S3, 00 a yoar. 'ijls ter
ritory inoludes th states of Missouri,
Kansus, Arkansas Nebraska and tho
territory of Oklahoma und the interior.
Solml lij tha blicrllT.
I'ai'-soxm, Kan., SopU 2. The West
ern World, of Par ions, Kan., tho Popu
list organ of I.ibette coanty, has
been taken possotsion of by the sheriff
on a chattel mortgage.
A L'oiillili'iitlul Hi jUI;-oier Short.
Lii.tt Jtot'K, Ark., Sopt. 2. B. T.
Kigney, for si years confidential
bookkeeper for fchnston & Grove at
Mariai'iia, Ark., is short in his ac
counts Si 1,312.
Mr. liluuU l,
Wisiti'OTO.v, Jopt. 3. Representa
tive Bluud lft ft r Ills homo, Lebanon,
Xa. veitenjay a Iternoon. being called
thither l . the illness of his wife
i . atrl lliinlc Circulation.
u ton, llept J. -The national
illation increased during tho
if August 52(1,332,051, tho clr
n, ufyw being 8198,831,381.
HOME RULE BILL PASSED BY
GLADSTONE'S LONG FIGHT ENDED.
Tlio ltlll Sunt to tlin llootn ol t.ordu nml
ltoml tint lint Tliim Tim lirninl Ulil
Sinn Alinont Mullboil liy UN All-
nlrrr Wlii'ii lie Kll.prKcil I'rom
tin- llnusi) on l'l Umv IIoibo
Mint ill .'Mnjorlty.
LoNIio.V, Sept 2. Mr Gladstone's
long home rule fight in the house of
commons is ended. Tin bill was
passed at 1 o'clock this morning by
301 to 207. Il was bullied to tho
liouo of lords, which g.ive it tho first
leading and adjourned.
There was unusual enthusiasm along
thu route from Mr. Gladstone's resi
dence to tho houso of commons. The
streets wero crowded with people who
wished to catch a glimpse of the groat
champion of Irish ho ne rule, and
while there was no organized demon
stration tlio prime minister was
cheered throughout tin route.
As Mr. Glad.ilonc with bared head,
passed through the crowd and entered
tho house, it was noticed that his fai a
was very pale. A number ixf Irish
priest" were prominent in tlio crowd
ill front of tho house, und lifted their
hts as tho prime mini. tor passed
ltofoio the debate on the homo rule
bill could be resumed a long list of
questions hail to bo answered. In re
ply to a question by Mr. John lied
mond, Mr. Gladstone said that lie
would issuo a commission upon tho
financial iclations between Knglnnd
and Irclund at the bcgiiininj of the
After the various questions had been
answered. Mr Ju-iin Mel arthy, the
Irish leadi :, resumed the debato on
Mr. Chamberlain followed Mr. Me
Carthy lie said the bill struck a
deadly blow at the Irmor and interests
of the countiy, but he could not avoid
being filled witli admitalion at the
courage, resources and el xjuence of
the prime minister. Mr. Chamberlain
was loudly cheered throughout his
Mr. Chamberlain spoke for orcr an
hour and his --peeeh was a brilliant
one. Ho so. zed tho opportunity to
pay off many old scores against the
the Irish und Liberal members and ho
delighted the imposition witli his
(-(lover thrusts at his old enemies.
iM-iv .tltHuea S Wallace,, nd,vanccd
Liberal, said thitt- iic.Jfcul voted for tho
bill on its second reading, out" 'Wuttttl
be unable to support it now.
When M r. Half our rose to speak tho
house wai filled to overflowing. He
spoke moro than tin hour. He dwelt
chiefly on the cloture methods of tho
government, lie closed his remarks
by saying the government's insane
action had done more than a hundred
other governments had dAo to de
monstrate the necessity for the-1 house
of lords as a bulwark of the greatness
and interests ot tlie empire.
John Morley, eh ef secretary for
Ireland spoke next. He spok bitterly
of the t'tcties of the opposition. The
government, lie said, had no jjar of
the verdict of the country. -
Tho bill was the 1 put to ijflhird
reading and was passed by a vote of
301 to 207. Tho full import of the oc
casion was felt by tho spectators and
b3' tho , government ndticionts, and
tho culmination of the work in tho
house was accompanied by rounds of
frantic cheering "from the galleries
and upon the lloor.
Tltjro was an immense orowd of
people in front of the house of com
mons gates. There wero many Irish
men in the throng, and the bcutimonl
of the crowd generally was for home
rulo and Gladstone. This was ex
pressed in many ways, by the singing
of "Tho Wearing of tlio Green," and
by enthusiastic cheers for Gladstone.
It was noticed, however, that the
cheoring was mingled with some
When tlio announcement that tho
house had passed the home rule bill
by a vote of 301 to 207 was rocm-ed,
tho crowd went wild. They cheered,
shouted, sung, embraced ono another,
smashed hats and did other absurd
things to show thsHr appreciation of
mo nouses action. Mi: (iladslone'f.
carriage containing himsolf and his
wite emerged from tho gates, at 1:10.
A number of mounted police immedi
ately surrounded tho citrcjugc, but the
crowd when t.ley learned who was in
the carriage became beyond tho con
trol of the police, and breaking
through the cordon, stopped the car
riage and held it wliilo thoy cheered
tho triumphant champion of homo
rule to tho echo. The coachman was
enabled to proceed after a few min
utes, but by this time tho crowd loft
their positions and started after tho
larriago, whleh was again stopjied ut
tho cornor of Downing street and
Droxel, while the crowd cheered and
sang, "See tho Conquering Hero
Comes." Mr. Gladstone bowed right
und left to his enthusiastic admirers,
and was greatly touchod by the
fupor of tlio people Tho polioo
again cleared the way and the carriage
was allowed to proceed tothepromler's
residence without fiirt'iur stoppage.
Doiulilino Hits il Now
Sioux Citv, Iowa, Sopt 3. James
Doughtoy, receive! of the Union Trust
company, has received a letter from
13. M. Donaldson, late manager of the
company, and now wanted for forgery.
Donaldson lied a short time ago and
writes from the City of Mexico. Ilo
says ho has a contract to manage a
big coffee plantation In Southern
Mexico at S20,0u0 a year, and Is com
ing North to arrange hi affairs bsforo
going tq take charge of the nlautu
lion. Ho will bo arrested as soon as
ho is found in tills country.
llarrUouvlllo Hank Iteiuineit.
llAimisoNvnxi., Mo.. Sept 2 The
First National bank of tins city, which
suspended payment 'uly '-"J, opened
its doors fot business yesterd iv morn
ing and received swcral th jmi(1
dollars of deposits during the day,
INOALLS TO THE SOLDIBRS
Tho ISx-SintMiimti sny Ii mill
Itrimlitlonii nml Tiilht or Pension.
Daxtks Spiuxos, Kan., SpU . Thi
most promluent apwvker at the Inter
state Iteunhm association at veterans
here yestorday was John J. IngnUs. Hi
addressed 10.000 old soldiers Vn camp
Logan lnat night His reception wa i
very cordial. Ills speech was bright,
witty and largely new. He claimed
to hare been worn a ltepubllcan, and
if he hail mil wonM want to lie born
again. Ho scored the statesmen, nt
Washington who, ill the hour o.'
greatest peril, had found no othi
remedy than n proposition to cut o I"
soldiers' pensions, lie claimed t b
n free silver Republican, and said thr. t
any party that stood for a sing e gold
standard -would bo groiinu U powder,
even the parly that retired hiai to
The great jr portion of his. spoaclt
was directed to tho iolicy of the gov
ernment with reference to pensions,
and he said that orery soldier who
fought in any war previous to 'he re
bellion, or lils widow, was today on
tho pension rolls for service only
nml irrespective of disability. He
voted to put every Mexican wr vet
erun on the rolls for service because
it was just, and boailTlse he wanted to
place the futon yotornns on the rolls
for services ttiso. He did nol b nine
the rebels for the present legislation,
but the soldiers Uisinselvi If the
rebels had been victorious and Robert
Toombs had onlittll the m" of his
slaves beneath the iTitidn .v of Hunker
Illll, lie would hlnwKif 1 ive been a
conspiraloi, ami stNHtld 1.. ept in
some secret hiding illlee a i ,i!i copy
cf the stars anil stripes around
which he should hllVo assembled his
childien and sworn them to allegiance
to that flag as Hannibal was sworn to
undying hostility to Home He said
the streets of Jerusalem wore kept
clean by every man Miff ng before
his own door, and so A me ican insti
tutions must be kept c!e:i. by every
man sweeping beforo his . n door.
"If the soldiers do not .e care of
their own interests nobil' n.s0 will,"
he sa'.d, "and. the .Nort u soldier
must sweeji before ills owi or.'' Ho
repented the old war sn ic "When
Johnnie Comes Marching n, .,c. " and
when Johnnie canfu mar, i. mg home
from the lagoons, the swamps and tlio
battlefields of the South iruuueil
with the greatest victory of i;i.dern
times, Johnnie could have had tho
earth, but Johnnie gained a grander
victory over himself and relinquished
his right to alt tho territory south of
tho Potomac and the Ohio and took
only a quarter section of land out in
Kansas. It was feared there would
be trouble when Johnnie came march
ing home, but there was none and
there will be none when Johipiie
comes marching home again, and
"Johnnie is now marching home
A.. y &A LT 1 4jBVWirAyj Q E D .
faorso K. Turner l'sy tho l'aiiHpy of
!!' Crimen on tlio (inllowK.
Com mm a, S. C, Sept. 2. Tho han f
ing of George S. Turner at Sp-irtans-burg
yesterday was a most unu-u:. 1
execution. Turner was a man of gre it
wealth und prominence, being t ie
ounur of tho Fingerville cotton tu2
tory. He ruined his sister-in-law and
then Killed her brother, aud f ir
three years lie used his great weal'li
in employing the greatest logtl
talent in the slat.) to defeat the death
verdict through all sorts of technie 1
ities and by false witnesses. Ho .vua
hanged al 12:57 yesterday. On aecount
of threats of his rough mountain
friends and thu herculean efforts Tnr
ner was malting to defeat tho law in
some way, the jail was guarded by
troops. Turner said nothing on the
scaffold and met death with fortitude,
There is no intelligence exactly how
many men Turner killed. He is popu
larly credited witli three.
Tlitoo NBroei llnnncil.
Lauhens, S. C, Sopt 2. Three
negroes were hanged simultaneously
hero yesterday John Forgnson, for
cutting hit wife's throat with a razor,
and Goorgo Powers and Wade Cannon,
for barn burning. Cannon and
Powers mado a full confession, but
Ferguson declared lie must havo been
crazy when ho killed his wife. His
coolness was surprising. He said that
lie was not responsible for tlio crime,
but that lie did not mind dying at all.
Win) Will .11 In I'ullmuii Marry?
Ciiicaoo, Sept 2. The story that
Miss Florence Pullman, daughter qf
Ooorgc M. Pullman, has thrown over
Prince Isenborg liornstein of Austria,
in favor of Dr. Arnold Pluiner Gil
more of Hits city, is without truth,
according to Dr. Gilmore hiaiself, who
donies it emphatically. It is now ro
ported Miss Pullman is at present con
sidering a formal offer of maprlago
from the prince, and that lie will
know lils fate in a very fo.v days.
ITotcatuil Hit I4Ui;htor'a Honor.
Colorado Kritixna, Col., Sept. 2.
C. II. Chmullor, uu engineer in tho
employe of tho Colorado Midland, was
fatally shot by Mrs. A. 11. Uclmer
yestorday morning. Chandler was
drunk und after gaining entrance to
the Delator residence ondoavorod to
assault the 13-year-old daughter of
IW'i-nlvrr for till Ana Arbor.
Toi.iaio. Ohio, Sopt. i!. Tho Craig
Ship Iiullding company has petitioned
for a receiver for tlio Toledo, Ann
Arbor and Northern Michigan rail
road. Tho company cannot moot its
A HEW BINDERY.
Tiik I.uadi'u has completed ar
rangements for putting In a now bind
ory in connection with it printing
house. The uuitorlttl has been shipped
and we hopo to have tha bindery here
and in working onler by September
10. AVe will then bo prepared to do
everything In the line of book and
blauk work, and nlo stereotyping, so
that tlioso wishing to have the matter
preserved for additional orders to
thosu ll'-at mado can be aecoinitio
dat.'l T".n-ru ill b- nothing-u the
. in of i ii- prait'ng busiuehs but hat
ITih l.i Aia it can supply in tv cuupV of
wcelis. , ?
SEPTKMHKR 3, 1893.
VANCE FOR SILVER.
THU NORTH CAROLINA SENA
TOR AQAINST REPEAL.
UiTTERLY ATTACKS THE BANKERS,
II) .1ny tlin I'rMnnt I'ollry or tlin Ail-
nilnUtmllati If Known l.it full
WoHld llin ( I, mt the Stmlh to
the Mimi orruu l'li rrolili"nt
mill I'linilly AcnlH nt tho
M lilto Ilium',
Wasiiinoto.v, Sept. 2. After some
twenty minutes spent in the ordinary
routine morning business of the sen
ate (none of which was of public im
portance) tho house bill to repeal part
of the Sherman act was taken up and
Mr. Vance, democrat, of North Caro
lina, one of the minority members of
the flnn nee committee, addressed the
senate in opposition to the bill. Unde
clared that the great law of supply and
demand operated in regard to money
just as to everything else. When
money was abundant, prices wero
i high; when it was scarce prices of all
products iuro low t. .. rnre abund
ance of money benalHcd product. on
und enhanced prices mid wages
and contraction of tills money
depreciated everything for sale,
including wages, though by rea
son of combinations and defen
sive measures in many parts of tho
world, wages wero affected less than
products. Tho effect upon the condi
tion of mankind which would follow
tho destruction of one-half tho cur
rency of tho world, amounting in the
aggregate to $7,500,000,000 it would be
impossible to accurately doscrlbe.
Still this process had beon going on
quiotlv since 1b73 and its result was
seen in prices lower1 on many things
than had ever been known In the
memory of man.
Mr. Vance then gave a history of
the various efforts to domoneti.c sil
ver and declared that the present
movement was the result of a iou
apimcy among the gold holdets of the
world, lie declared that M. "ai lisle
was wrong in rodoeiii.'BJf ill bullion
nc ts in gold, thus furttitttirtp t tho
scheme to destroy silver. He wrf.
especially bitter against New York
bankers who, despite the return of
gold, kept up tho cry by cout'raeting
currency and enforcing stagnation
Ho also scored i embers who, wliilo
professing to bcliovo in blmet lllistn
took steps to destroy silver. The pas
sage of the repeal bill would eauso
silver to fall away below its present
Mr. Vance devoted much tlmo to a
statement of ills views in regard to
the Democratic national platform and
declared that no ono could frcoly say
that those who would strike down
silver by unconditional ren.eal were
interpreting it fairly. Sueli"-vlws
expressed last full would havo lost
the South to tlio Democracy, lliulot
ullism wub tin most popular, if not the
most potential factor in the last cam
paign. It was tlio one plank common
to all platforms. Comparison of votes
in congress aud in conventions before
and ifter the proposed repeal would
form a contrast that would put to
shame the wonder inspiring patent
medicine advertisements "before and
after taking." In regard to Sonator
Gorman's change of front, he said ho
believed ho would bo condemned out
pf his own mouth and would bo com
pelled to say like tlio wild eyed, long
haired man who accompanied the tcui-
peraneo lecturer "I goes along to serve
as a frightful example." Giving and
ta'-ing was fair, but when ono side
did all the giving and the other s'de
all tho taking it amounted to a sur
render. Thirty days from this time
all obstructions to the business of tho
world would havo passed away and
to-day, according to tlio lending finan
cial papers, an upward tendency was
everywhere manifested. He called
upon his friends to tako heart and
stand by tho object of their love,
a littlo while longer. In view of
tlio attitude of the president he
knew, and othor senators knew, that
any bill providing for cither tho freo
coinage or tho limited colnago of sil
ver could not becomo a law and to
permit tho passage of this bill with
out attaching somo other legislation
knowing that other legislation could
not bo secured independently by Itself
was to consciously surrender and
turn thoir backs upon tho pledges mado
tothepoeplc. lie concluded by declar
ing for freo coinage of silver.
IN WASHINGTON AGAIN.
I'rcslilent Clevoluiiit nml I'Hiiilly lteturu
to tha Wliilo lloim-.
Wasiiinotok, Sopt. 8. Vrosldcnt
Clevoland, accompanied by Mrs. Cleve
land, their datigii tor Ruth, nurso and
maid, 'arrived In Washington yesterday
morning at -1:10 o'clock from Ilttzzard's
llay, Mass., over Ino Pennsylvania
road in a spooial oar. The party re
mained on tho train until 7 o'clock,
when they woro met by Private Sec
rotary Thurber with carriages and
driven to the White house in u drench
Mr. Thurber was afterwards asked
as to the general health of the party,
and he replied that everybody was
feeling first rate and tho sojourn at
Gray Cables had been bonoflcial to all.
Mr. Cleveland in particular was in ex
cellent spirits; his eyes wero bright,
and complexion clear, and ho looked
vigorous and strong.
Te Treasury 1'uylni; Taper Again.
Washinoton, Sept. 2. Tho treasury
department has resumed the pay
ment over its counters hero of paper
raonoy. For tho past ten days only
gold has boon paid for treasury checks.
This has reduced tho gold and also al
lowed the treasury tosccuio a stock of
paper monoy, believed to bo suftioiont,
at leust, for present needs. Tho gold
balunco which had been reduced to
07,000,000 will now be built up until
tho reserve becomes again intact.
I'eoillni; llimcry Thomaudf.
Ciiicaoo, Sept. 5.-Yesterday 11.412
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