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MR. PEFFER AGAIN.
COMTS TO THE 1-nONT ONCtt
MORE IN THE 9ENATB.
SILVER DISCUSSION CONTINUED.
The fnin:m Uniterm! With IJumIIhim
I rum 111 Col I it Bum HI r. imrlicB
I Iglilt All Miitlulii lit Adjourn
mill Krep-; tlm Tallinr-i Httoilil
liy lit Work Oilier Wmti-
(ii ii Nona (if Iiilmertt.
iyVMIIOTON, ScpU ft At tne
elusion of Mr. ('uliom'H speech in
senate yesterday for repeal of lliu
Sherman law, Mr Coke of To in. il
liin.-d (lie lloor. Hi; Mid- A settle
men I if tin' money problem can only
Ik made by the establishment of a bl
iiicliillii' ciirronoy us II existed prior to
INVi Tin' proptu will never Ik em
tonli'il until the wrong "f IHT.'I, by
vvhiih urn- half of the money of the
poimtry wus Kinmplcd mil in onlpr to
double tlm purchasing power of the
otlipr half, Ii.is been iiniloiu; ami ic
When Mr Coke 1 1 : 1 1 concluded his
sppp'-l: Hi" M-nato wont into executive
NC'Stoll III i-oiimhIit I In nominations of
leiliini i.tllcprs whoso I'oiiliriiiution
Mr. lli-tiv, D" i ii Of rat, of Arkansas
said w.in essential to parry Into effect
Hip president's propliiinution opening
tin (.'liriol.ee Strip m September 10.
At :i Mi I ho Rpnate resumed its legis
lative session nnd Mr I'clTer's amend
ment to the rpppiil bill, providing for
free coinage being the pending ipios
tion. vs. is rt'iiil, preparatory to Mr. 1'of
fer -. addressing the senate. lie said
if it was not the desire of the Miiiuto.
to propped longer at this lime ho
would defer his icniurlts until lo-dny.
Mr Vooihren said imiler ordinary
ciictimstani-es he would ask that the
senate adjourn, hut in the proHCut sit
uation l.e regarded it as his duty to
ask that the senate t'niilinuu in ses
sion. Mr .lotics, Republican, of Nevada,
moved that the senate adjourn. On
this question .Mr. lluli! demanded thu
yea, and nays, and thu motion to ad
journ -was rejected yeas 111, nays .11.
Mr 1'etTcr then returned the llooi in
ndvotav f his amendment. I to said
the ndnuuiitration was not proposing
to div'ii.i tho philosophy of tluanecs;
they came to congress with a demand
for a particular act, tho roouai of thu
Sherman law. They suggi'slcil no
policy u hicli will admit of the usual
com promises In legislative proceed
in its. It is this or nothing', and
lli.it, sj f-ir as coiiinmcd the pco
pie lie ii ..c iviu. i, til. V lieepltnl
th. niovpiiipnl in thp spirit in which
it was pi ven. They prop isod to givo
n.i ijiMitei, his people iopsctl to
g. e none lie culled attention to thu
lad t i.:t ii very largo niajoilty of thu
f.."i in .sin tin South were members
f: i be ('.Miners' Allium.", i)tid that
one of 1 in 'tardiiial doctrines of thu
A'lAjinee is the free and unliiit
ne.l coinage of silver at tho
ii I ratio The Alliance all through
fie South had. h." said, catechised nil
candidates fm onicc upon the cardinal
tenets of their creed and they had
support -d no one for any i in porta lit
olllcc who was not in sympathy with
their views, and who was not willing
to so express himself.
Mr I'ert'i r read a letter from Sena
tor liordon. who was now in favor of
repeal, written to lliu Alliance, ex
pressiiv i.ii sympathy with them and
liis appi oi.il of their doctrines.
Coining to lh.'.', lie said that North
anil South' .iroliuu, ticnrgiu, Alabama,
Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas
would a I have voted for tho Populist
candidate for the presidency and vieu
rcsidcn.'.v had it not been for prom-
ses made by the leailprs of tlic lioni-
oeratie party that while Mr. Cleveland
was per liiu'ly onposed ti silver, ho
would approve a froc ooimiffu muasurn
when p s. ntod liy a Uoiuoeratio con
gress, a- it wimhl lie.
Mr rainier of Illinois wanted to
ltnow vt h.it measure thu senator from
Kniisus pi p seil to secure the parity
of the I o met :1s
. M.JC JU'Ut'i rcp'ied Unit l.e woald do
lA by tlu ie in tiiient of the old law
p.i iviilin;- f ii the lonage of silver at
the ratio of Hi to 1.
Mr. l'aiuier juried if that would prL
ilui' the result of etjiiali'V in value.
y'r rJlTjJf h'l it would that it al-vir.--i
W I tjtfeon; a-', t All Valine-.
I rilUlvSov<.i. ,.'; .1 Air IViTer.
'If ' sSuSVASSll us docs n..t
i . e 'iTnrfll,vyini It v t .mil sci "
Mi I .
ii l on 1 i' iiovv.iinJi-ii.yl
M. 1 eff. i s-.n I ".?
It v ,i . t in Ii
r ei ship e -
in lit ot II
' ,n cilia' l'
II H ;d(i , . i in Dei
lurtv nuisi , ie .'civil
s. yMTiirt! on
id with men of all parlies to inalco
n-' hi for bilver. I no mem-
tkl of that I'arty cared not
liur it was culled l'opulisl or
Mini or what it was called but'
twoa comiug a union of lioarts
lands urifti both sidub of this j
qupblion and tlmt in tho very
rut we In a locture which ho
ul'ivcred in this city beforo he
nkn the outh of 'oftlce n souatcr
i uHEjreilii'teil that both old parties ,,
wuuicrsbon In under tho loadcrkhlp of i
(irover Cleveland. Thoy ware thero
now " The senuto adjourned beforo
Mr 1'effer hail ooiil-IuiIimI IiU rsnutrUs .
M U 1 I.NSION oiijitii:.
'ulTt-U!.Vl",r I.oilirwn Ifuai a New IteR
iatl . 'ml IiiHrci to mil Soliliinn.
' vr 'i 's.''jit s uomniissioucr
IJuyliQllKt' it was
l in;' i , : "rfllthe3iavrii- '
in ..' i i blw-VAis-
l l. I 11 lie I I'J s
'u an I ni'd mm .t
in- 1I cr i. 'I le i
iut.r', v rorous part
lu'iri . vvhicli is
t I. mi ion bureau has is-
, . i iv ' ' I- i A ing that of
t ' .. -. mi l i the
'' h oi I i i eatls
...,g n tet u' uc;
,. s i.i i ri-ft..fe or thu
alotlKcr In tli l. ard of revision
veigh a h o ''' ' "
initio the degree that each disability or
tin eomMiie.l dUnbllllies illsnlilws the
eh linant from earning a. suport by
tn .nual lalwir and a rate correspond
ing to this degree shall bo allowod.
in eases In which the eiisknier has
levelled the age of ;5 his rate shall
, not be disturbed If he is receiving thu
maximum and if he Is not a punslonor
' he shall receive the maximum for sen
ility nlone. If there be no special pen
sionable disabilities shown."
This order will benefit ninny claim
ants who have been denied ratings
under tho former practice Under tho
1 in w order tho contributory causes of
dl .ability ponstitiiting n mental or a
l)hyalejil incapacity to cam support by
inauuai-inoor arc- lalicn into account,
llnriilitn.rcr to Sucrrci! ItlKtrlifortt.
Nt-.iv Yoiik. Sept. S. All evening
paper nays: Itisannouncoil apparently
on authority that before tho wccU is
out President Cleveland will appoint
vVilllam I). Ilornblower of this city a
j "m ice i inn supremo eourioi iiiu
Culled Stales to
succeed the Into
.liisllcc Bin toll ford
llul in iuy'n AinbufiMiiiliir rrcnioitcil.
V , hiii no i o.v. Sept "i The ainbas
ntulor extnlordlnary and minister
plenipotentiary froui Uormany lo the
I'nited States, l.e Huron Do Hutirinnz
.leltseh. was yesterday formnlly pro
senled to Prpshlent Cleveland by
Sect clary (irnshain.
t'lpvntunil Will lnll.
WAsitt.sn ion, Sept 5. The prcsi
dpnt will dulivor an address on Sep
tember !, the orenston of the ponton
nial annivprsary of the laying of the
cornpr stono of this United States
Cnllcrliir Liillirnp Antioil In rienlc".
Wasiiinoto.V, Sept i! -Seeictary
Carlisle has requested the resignation
of John S. I.alhrop, collector of in
ternal leveniio of the Third district,
Ilrhlcn ltiillilri-i In CnnrrrciH'o
Si'iii.NOKir.l.li, Mo., Sept. r. The
Onind Lodge of Hrldge Ituilders of
America met hero to-day with about
ISO delegatus representing nlnu stales
present Springlleld has boen selected
as the headquarters of the association
for ono year. Denver will probably
be selected net year. Tho conven
tion will be in ession one week. Tho
ilelegales viewed the labor day pro
cession which was large.
ICaiMiM "nliHcr liny. IIk ip)olntcil,
Toi'J'KA, Kaiij, Sept. B. Owing to
the failure of thu committee on trans
portation to secure a special rate for
tho national guards, that feature at
tho world's fair during" Kansas week"
will probably have to be omitted.
Governor Lovvelling says, however,
tlinU the cnintultleo will not abandon
hope, until it must, but will continue
to -orlc on tho railroads.
'A Cillliollo MlKiliin S.n'Ueil.
diiANGiiM, Sept. .1 --The Krcnch
Catholic mission at l.iclmen in the
province of Hupho has beon attacked
and sucked by a mob. Thu priests es
caped into thu next province.
llUuiarnlc bnm-rliif; Iroin Itliutineltl.ili,
ItKRMN, Sept fi. A dispatch from
Klssiugun says that Prince l.ismnrck's
rv eiimatism is growing worse Yes
torday ho sutVored keenly.
til.iiltono OH' lor it Vacation.
London, Sopt S. Mr. and Mrs.
Gladstone, loft Loudon last night for a
visit to a hitmmur lu&ort in Scotland.
James Davis, a farmer living
l'"air ilrove. Mo., while hunting,
himsolf accidentally and died
R (I. Pulivor, ii horse buyer of
Lawrence, Kan., has disappeared from
home, leaving his family in destitute,
Two Fiulandurs wore killed an ono
fatally stabbed in an affray at a road
house near Osceola, Wis Four men
aru under arrest
Mrs. Fillmore, probably tho oldest
resident of New York state, died yus.
terday, aged 100 years. Her husband
was a relative of President Fillmore.
The Agricultural -Uatioiiailo, of
llrusscls, in its review of the sugar
beet crop of Kurope cs:iinntcs tho de
ficiency at !i0,000 tons of raw bugar
and the surplus in Germany, Austro
lluugary and Ktib.sla at 000,000 tons
In a telegram to the war depart
ment concornitig tho dispute over tho
boundary lino between Texas and
Mexico, over which there lias been
trouble lately, Major Key en claims
that the laud is undoubtedly in Texas.
Minnie It. Sawyer was found dead
In her bod at Yankton, S. 1) , having
been brutally murdered by some un
known person or persons. Sho was
mi angled by a gingham waist tied
about her neck and twisted in a hard
knot under her ear, while hor hands
Tho Columbian caravel, tho Santa
Maria, which vas built by tho Spanli.li
government, will probably boon be
ioine the property of the United
States. The Spanish government
finds that tho expense of carrying
thu caravels and tho sailors is too
great and is anxious to got rid of tho
A meeting of tho Irish parliamen
tary party, at London, prosided over
by Justin McCarthy, was not alto
gether harmonious. Tho Paris funds
and other subjects were tindur consid
eration. Matters wore moving peace
fully until a resolution of contldonco
in the committee of tho party was
proposed. This led to a difference of
Oliver llros.' South side mills and
the Hainsworth stcol works. Pitts
burg, robutned yesterday morning with
non-union men A large force of
otll ers was prosent at both plant to
prevent trouble, but beyond drk
looks and llttlo grumbling thoro vas
no demonstration from tho old vvcrk-
I men. Tho plant of .Howe, llrovvu ,fc
i Co., also resumed to-day, giving cm-
I ploynient to sou neu.
I II. S. Watson, travoling salosnran
for Kmkv. bhitgart .fc Co., CounL'll
Wuffs in v&terlottsly disappeared pt
Si i i ( uv, Iowa, Saturday night pr
siu.ii'.' inoraiug. Mr. Watson r-
ii . il s.iiiirdav afternoon, attended to
fie i usin of his houso nnd wont to
lie '. ,i i" tike the mldnlgnt froigi.
to Council Hluffs The train did net
stop and Mr 'Vatson has not since
b i n si i n
SOLDIERS ON TUB STRIP KEPT
DUSY THESE DAY!.
EVERYBODY CADUDT IS P3T CUP,
Not Ncsr tho Xiimlirr or llnninrr
Aloni- tho Konlor in llai llrru Cn-
portnl l.r") Tlniu , 111 tVniiln
AMU .11 ii lio tlm Iliiili lor
lloinci I'WIilnr llltitij-
hcail'ii .""(ilt timp.
lll'.VSKMHV, Ok., Sept
orders issued to ollleers
of troopi now In the slri
iiini me names oi nil persons passing
through Ihe Outlet be taken. Bnd that
others found Hying b. turned buck,
have about stopped the influx of boom
ers who were coming i i prairie
schooner route throngh th sti ip.
A genlleiunn just in frmn Harper
coiinlv was met in tin "-trip by sol
dlpt'B near Kuid. Ills tunuu nnd ml
dress were taken, and wli.u he ixjld
them ho wanted to go kick the next
week was informed he wou'd hare to
got a permit from som- burlier mili
tary power than tho captain in order
to do so.
A furincr residing r, the Cheyenne
and Arapahoe country nboiit tweuty
miles west of here, eaiiie in yesterday
and started across th stiip, but was
told by a soldier that he could nut
eross unless he went by rail. It is not
to bu suiipostMl from this that people
hnvo quit coming hero Kach of the
four passenger trains that arrive here
daily on the Hock Island road unloads
passengers at this place who will re
main until the roundup
The H"oplu arc discussing about
every phase of th" of cuing. One tif
tho most interesting to a large num
ber of people here, and. in fact in all
tho Oklahoma towns, is, "Wilt the
rnilcotuls run train i to the county
seats on their lines the day of the
opening?" A great inuny who want
to luliu town lots are anxious for tho
trains to run. and p. titions asking tho
I pri-mui-iii io permit, iiieni W) mil Iiavu
I been iiuinerousl signed nnd sent in
from heru within the pnst few !nvs.
A drive throiighuut tho town" nnd
suburbs shows about 'Nil) tents in Uimi
and within a radius oT t vo miles.
There are probnbly about as many
peoplo living in rent"d houses and
.small temporary houses built bv them
selves walling for thu strip lo open.
Counting on tin average of four per
sons to a tunt tlmt would innke 800 in
teiiU and wagons, and counting the
same number in houses ami honrdluo,
here would make !.!0.'i persons now In
Ibis vicinity win ting for thu opening
Not N'rnr llin Nuiiilici- ul llooniris mi
tlm llnrilrr ns !lopresoiitiil
Aiika.vsvs Cirv, Ivan.. Sept ". -In
view of tho fact that many ennilictiug
reports have been sent to thu lurger
dailies throughout, the North und
Hast, concerning the number of home
seekers along the Kansas border of
thu Cherokee strip, by crmi who
haven pecuniary Interest in attract
ing settlors to their several locations,
a representative of .the Associated
l'russ was detailed to make an investi
gation of the t rut li or falsitv of ihu
I different reports
I In compliance with tho insli actions
. given, a trip extending from Arknn
I bus City lothe line immediately south
! of Anthony a dist.in e of sixty-five
miles was inndo and it may ho said
with absolute cortii'iily that there are
I to-day less than S.ihmi jicopk- including
. the residents of cities and towns, who
expe t to niako a tun for claims, eith
i er on the broad acres or for tov. u lots
I in the vast country to be opened on
the loth instant.
1 A thorough investigation at the
i camps and by interviews with mer
I chunts who supply the settler ivvt
1 that less than ;,00J lioiucsoekei in
l-flinl around Arkansas City. At u iida
i Spr ngs, olght miles -west, there are
about 10); at llunnowoll, sOO; at South
Haven, SO; Portland, T.V, Caldwell, ;t.0;
Itlull' City. 100; Anthony, ISO, and
prnbibly J ,800 or l.-VX) along the r.i
I vinos and oruuk between tlie towns
1 llllili) IiVmU". ft B1Mp,
j Aiikanijah City. Kan . 8opt ft. Itx-
thiot i.UBifrrnUKt-h'f tho Uiiurokuo.Atl
"' - " - uillllVRUIIjn'
Ion. hus joined lheiKyniJ.HMmu"g0llt
n this oity. To say that he Is a vary
nappy jiuiiau noes not give acorieot
. t ii . . t - -1
idea of his
avi-rlUn.ing' Joy. The
cause oi ins present Tiuonv fin..,.. f
mind was contained fiomtbe interior
n-iiuii.iiii.-iii, io wie eneet tliat his
M-ieciiuu ui a quarter
in;; the tovvn-sito and county sent of
Kildare had been ratified by the if en
eral land ofllce. Ho seloctod this elalin
May "I, or three monjlis before it was
u.ii.ird as a tovvuslto li iroveiiiuiental
authority. I'Mfty-four families of
honiesci'ker, went into camp hero v es
torday, and 'ii uuui arrived on the
I'i-,lilj--"v'ii V.iim I',im Anlutnra.
AliiiHOIlK. Ind. Ter , Koit. S.--Vcs-tordoy
there were counted eighty,
seven wagons en route to thu strip,
every opu loaded with wlfo and chil
dren, household goods, impliuiu-iils
nud (,'cneral biipplios They are Vniy
oliiif; in (Uiidk, anil, as u rme. have
their looso stock, ponies, cows, etc ,
Cai.uwki.Ih Kan., Sept. 5 The
order tfivcti by tho secretary of the in
terior " to ejsot all person on the
Cherokee strip Is belmr faithfully
ooiuplled with by the soldier-, st th:
place. Kvery day boomers are bi.mylii
back who have atlcinptoj to ui.i'.o en
trance into that eountry.
lnilUn, Fquiimier ''0ir -lni.
AitiiMOitK, Ind. Ter., Sept ' I
unniiiiy money paid to Ihe i ' '.. i i ,
in this portion of tho ti i
almost disappeared, soinn
SSO.000 has boon spent, i low i
stolen in this city, and a ro . .-..
mate will place not more th.i -'
to their ""idit id in. j.- i.
WlfiDNJiSOA-Y MOHNFNO, ST.PTl.AI 13KR (!,
G. A. R. OOMMANDnR,
riiren ("nnd1ilittfs Alreiiilj- In the riolil
ramp Wilder lioillmtcl.
Iniia.naioms, I ml., Sept '. -The
election of eonirr.auder-ln-chlef nud
Uie prolmble nctli n in regard to t ie
appeal of liYtritlmtn post for relnsU'e
i.ient are the two hings on which t'te
interest of delegates to the natioj.al
encampment are centered.
'I he three outspoken candidates for
ci.ininanilcr-ln-chlef r Captain John
II. Adams of Mnsmcliuaclts, Sum-
II. , II. IIUIBV .Fl .-Villi1
Charlos P. Lincoln of tho
1 It tl... . nl.t..
of the Potomac. (leneral R llurd
lirnbb of Now Jersey and Postmaster
Sexton of Chicago are also being
talked of. The race Is uiidersthl Ui
bo pi-ncllially botween Artmus. who is
alretsiy here, and Lincoln, who will
be here to night.
Yesterday afternoon cantp Wilder wns
formally dedicated in the presence ot
n irreat crowd. (Ienora.1 llnrrisnn and
in crjiu'iiaml I Commander Weissort made the princi
ip requiting ! Pl addriwses. (Iflierul Urlson's
iiouse vrai ue tne netuupiurn-rs tor
several tvlillngulsheil visitors. Colonel
A. AI. itoties of Chicago, Generals
.Noble and Husk and ex-Senntor W J.
,'ew Jersey lire already
The eighth annual session of the
navai veternns was cal.od to order in
Masonic hall yesterday morning There
was a large attendance, ninny associ
ations in difTcrftit parts of the coun
try being represented After praver
an I ro 1 call Hear Ailinln.1 Oslnm de
livered his ar.nunt address.
The rcpoits to be submitted will
sl.ow there ore 4I3..VM Inefiibors on
tho rolls of the lirnnd Army. T 'i'ii
P' sts and forty-five dcpartnv-iits.
Durm-r the year over SJ.do i has In en
.. i i i..
cajh iii" i in ii.ii n,v. .ui.. i .nee I'u- or-
mmi;';u on lias open
III cxislcu... '.I
has been reporltd.
LA BOH DAY.
OriiFrallyOlMorveil Tlir.iiiKlioul Iho Wist
In Khhsi -t tut Ml.m.iii'i.
Kansas cm, Mo. Hopt : - ihou
sands of incn march ing to the inu-'c
of six bandi und carrying buumrs
irnking known tlieir various ivvuiia
tlons began yesterday moriiing the
celebration of labor's holiday This
afternoon athletic exercises wen- held
n Imposition driving park and to
night tho celebration came to an end
with addresses f.om Kansas (.ay
orators at the big Kxpositlou bn'.ldiiig
Twelve thousand men were In line.
Lkavmswoiitii, Kun , Sept 1. Labor
duy was celebrated here iti a most en
thusiastic manner under tho auspices
of the Trades and Labor council. The
stroet parado at 10 o'clock, led bv the
Twelfth United States infantry band,
was participated In by nearly 1,0'iu
people, representing nineteen labor
TorKKA, Kan.. Sept 4 Laber day
was observed here under the ansploes
of the Trade a: d Labfr assembly.
The annual parauc Wtrtot"np to re
cent demonstrations of that character.
Chicago, Kept. 4 The oi-gsnized
lnbor of Chicago innde one of t'l
largest demonstrations in its history
yesterday, mn,.siiig in Its parade some
iO.OOO to R0.000 men Major Harrison
lied, d tho procession as houoraiy
jr. .lostil'll, Mo., Sept. 4. Ten
thousand worklngmen were in lino
here yesterday morning to celebrate,
Wichita, Kan., Sept. 4. -Labor day
was eolebrated heru more generally
than ever before.
Oponlii": or tho III-; World'n l'ulr ron
vantlon 3Iany IXntlnsuUlieU I'rulnleK.
CuiCAOo.Sept 5. Standing room was
at a prein'.um yesterday in (he great
hall of Columbus in the Art palaco on
the hike front, thu occasion being the
initial session of the Catholic congress,
tho llrst national catlici'liiir of the
laymen of that faith since the appoint-
incut of a papal delegate to the
Sensational developments regarding
the school question and the alleged
opposition to Delegate Satolli's mis
sion weu oagerly n waited, and the
feeling of nip pressed excitement was
particularly noticeable when .in
lils preliminary addresses Arch
bsshop Keehan, who is a warm,
personal friend of Archbishop Cor
riguii, gave warning against tho
ulteranco of a word In the congress
to wouiui or oucim ins cutnoiia con-
so.snse, as he nut it. A similar mail-
ifestnllon vvtw iioAleuble when Cui-dl-
mil liyiwnsr vrho friendship for
.Archbishop IrvluuA U wuU Wnown.
nut tortli a Boloinu caution, to the del-
fifHles to avoid persona li ties anil he j
restrained by charity.
'iiilnlii hmyllie hulnlilai.
Dknvkii, CoL, Sent 5. CaiiWln
. Cay Win W.
rs, son h: Ito
York, nlul for-
" Smytho, ajjad 81 yoafft
eonlor Hmytlio of Jow
morly a paymiistur in tho Uuilod States
army, was ion nil dead sitting on
h bench in Lincoln park 'Saturday
nitfht. Imvlntf eoinmlltcd suicide by
shooting himself through the head.
Ho wus unidentified niitil to-day when
United states army otlieials identitied
hliu. He was penniless and out of
work, which is supposed to bo the
cause of suicide.
It unlit liotiluii Head. '
Arkansas Citv, Kan., Sept 5. A ,
cattleman, v ho enine up from the
strip last night and is well acquainted
with the Duolau-ltelton-Starr band of
whisky peddlers, brought in the in
formation that tho body af li'll Doq
Ian, the maw who ysenped from the
totfeyvillo flglit, was found five miles
from Ingalls. shol through by one of
Kansiii Corn Crop Utipurt.
ToI'kka, Kan., Sept 5. The ro poets
comuiff to the ugiiciiltural depart
r 1'iit for tho in mthly crop bulletUjs
lu be isuid in a few days show that
l!,e tot a jiuidif goro this your will
eeeed 2Uo.000.00) bushels, the largest
in t! I story of the state oxeopt in
"" "linn- Vupolvoii Ilcail.
M. s Si-pt. . Toronto
l-"na a to u led at Ins sum-
' a I r ,-. ,,i, at 9:30
.. ... uigrtt He was the cldost
o N ip..l,- ii u I '. ivm a
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J HAS 'EM ON TOE LIST.
F3RTY-PIVU SENATORS WHO
WILL VOTB FOfl RBPI1AL.
WHAT A BEC3HT POLL SHOWS.
In Cno llin Sllior Seniii,,,, hnaM TMlk
Ton Lou- lro.'rc,l,,i,i Sttrrntm,
Is riiiilllml mi to Clmhf- llirwi tr
mil KrcoKiiKn Mr. orhara,
W ho Will Thm In. - Thai
a Viito llo Tiilion.
W.VSlltNOToX, Hopt 8.
of the week finds in.i.
In tho Wnnm ial sitnatio.i
and senators are liciu; s'
in i orufress
upon iy tne public t.) iii.i-ato, here
they stand. Tho follow tap poll of
tho senate on the repe-il bill h.is bee
given out ns the o , submitted, va
Pipsidpnt Clevelantl for ! n.r...-
I nr ri-iK-iil Messrs. A lilrlrh.
t-iDiT)-, ('. lnilcn, I'nrei Chin.
'"i". niKi.n n.iipii i'.uii:.hi
uii'i-r (iiljsnu (ionloa Curni.n
llul -v. llt..lni. lltli Ilnir 'in
sn l.mle. Mi'MIUuu Mcl'lu i .n
Mltls. Milfhi II ,if ll'l.i.nn n M....
M'lrphv. Pnlmer, 1'l.ilt, l'lmini-
Siallii Squlie. Stoi-kbrlil.-i Tin p'
Jionii'cs W.wliluiru, Willie o,- I.
W ilsuti Total ".
A .-lust repeal -Messrs. XII n iin,
Cni'Kn II. (Vifip Coliultl. D.mle li .
ri Irbv, Jouus or Arkunsis j i - ot
K, v, M iriiii Mltch'll of Ore, on r. '
kins, 1 cut 'WW, Power. I'u li linn .
Stewart. Tiller Viince, Ve.t , .iium
w - .- -4 v . m l.-.l..ft 'I'r.l ll ,11
iioiilillul with u ulnixiiiiii.il , , .
in il Messrs lll.ulcl urn. Ili.u. i U nisoni
ioiiitriil silli disposition to vole i mist re
pll Mi'ssrr ("nil Liliurun li in .lirintjll,
rjsi-o. Wu.iy Toiul, .i
Several senators are paired on the
question bulstiould every t-enator vole,
thealxive Is believed to be a fairly ac
curate statement of the standing of
senators. " .
It is slated thu administration men
are counting on Vlco President Hte
vcuson to put nn end to tho financial
debate uftcr It has proceeded In the
senate some time.
THE SENATE HAPD AT WORK.
A I lot lit ty Itiiioliitloti Ilnlciilcil Mr.
Cillliini 1. Ives Ills ' In .i mi Iti'pDiil.
Washisotox, .Sept. . When tho
senate met this noon Mr. Voorhces
asked unnuinnnts cousout for the im
mediate passage of the joint resolu
tion which had comu from the house,
making September 18 tho centennial
anniversary of the laying of thcior
ner stone of the eapltjl, u holiday In
Washington. It was granted and the
resolution was passed, ns was also a
Joint resolution nulhorl.lng tho loan
of tho flags and ensigns' to the archi
tect of the capital for decorative pur
poses on the same day.
Various petitions were prcsentod
f jr the repeal of tho pin chasing clause
of tho Sherman act, and others asking
in tho repeal with i omc sulMtilute
for the act of l.-o. Among tlioo
ii. Rented was one by Mr. Harris of
tennesseo w incline characterized as
tWffif&tfSPwing of Gasoline Stoves a specialty.
Mr. Ilnllor of South Carolina sub
mitted an amendment to tho repeal
bill removing tho tax on state bank
circulation, provided such banks
should secure tlioir cits ulntiou by coin
or approved stale or municipal bauds.
Mr. (tnlliiigor of New Hampshire
i Introduced a bill supplemental to pen.
1 slon act of Juno 27, isUO. Its most im- i
I portant provision is that, except in i
' cases ot csuiuusliuil truuil, no pension
i shall bu suspended until after ninety
j days' notice given to tho pensioner
mid after a fu'l and impartial investi
gation hold upon sworn testimony. He
said tho bill was designed to remove
every possible dilllcally that stood in
t' wai" of tl10 administra-tion
act of ISUO, precisely as congict in-
l tended It should be Tho bill was re
' ferrutl to the committee on pensions.
I At 12:.M) Mr. Voorhees moved that
' tho senate take u.i thu repeal bill, but
Mr Allen (Populist) of Nebraska 'fvr
ferod n resolution that congress tajrff
i cognizance of tho labor orgunizyifons
nud industrial interest of the nntioii
I by observing this dayjis a national
holiday knovvim lUttur day and as a
mark of ro.pcct to those interests thu
i Air. oorliees was on tits loot In an
, '?Yi.,,h ,'i0 s,i,u "" w" m Aal OI
I "n the jnullecs and holidays for labor,
' ""A "-n1 ll Wllfc ' pbilou tAio best
"ibuto tlmt could bo p.uu to lliu In-
i - "" ". u m mo
business of the senate.
On a viva voce vote the senate iv
fusod to adjourn and Mr. Allen de
manded the yeas und nays. On tlmt
motion the yean were h, nay -ll.
'iUmse voting In thu anlriiiRtive were
"Jilessra. A Ilea, Irby, I'ofTer, I'ettlgJ'evy,
lliwor, Sh up, Vanco and VosU
Mr. K.lc of South Dakota offered a
free coinage amendment to the repeal
bill, which was referred to the llnnuuo
The repeal bill was taken up at 1:0.1
o'clock and Mr. Cullom KepuUlitiia, of
Illinois, ; oceeded to address the sen
ato. He r ferred to the crisis nnd the
conflict of opinions as to the best rein
V'dy for the f resent troubles. lie re
sented the demunds of the press
for patriotism io congtcss as un
just and unnecessary. He declared
his belief that the silver purchase law
was not wholly responsible for the
present situation, but said that he was
in favor of Its repeal bocauoJ,ts prin
ciples wore wrong. He was not a
monoinstalllst but could not accept
silver unlets the other oiviliswl nations
should also do so.
und I)- Kiourslu.H UomuuiichiI.
Toi'kka, Kan., Sept ,V The Topslca
Minstoi-dl union has adopted reo
lutions protesting nifuiast the whole
sale desecration of the Sabbath by
Sunday excursions to the world's fair
and the national U. A. It encampment
The viieoln'.lons oats-r proUat against
the state otfloialh who a,.-. t g to tho
world's fair it. u.i o iUial tntiu, start-
lug on tljtilr jouimy on the Mibbutu
No lo untiirr llcllef.
Tqpxka. t -Secretory Hen
derson of t c stute 1nail of railroad
commiMioners ho ol.indoned ull hope
of gutting nnything Hue tne sup
seed wheat in-n-.. . t'
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