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THE CRIME OF '73!
tf!E GREAT CONSPIRACY LAID BARE
BY GEO. C. GORMAN.
Uha Davk Vothaaa Tsoel hy aVaatwr Shor-
aaaa aad Othwrs tm Seeara the Psaasa
atraatl off fMI rar eMaUaaoaits af Ba
tan aad Moaahata aa tins SviaaWt.
Colonel George C. Gorman, for many
years resided In California, and was
n member of the national Republican
committee from that state from IMS
to 18S0. He was secretary of the Vni
ted Stales senate from 188 to 187.
and was in the national political coun
cils of the Grant and ConkUng element.
He edited The National Republican as
Washington for four years.- For more
than twenty years he has favored the
restoration of the free coinage of sil
ver, and left the Republican party In
June last, when it adopted the gold
standard, and Is now an earnest sup
porter of Bryan and RewalL He has
written the following letter:
The Hon. Charles P. Johnson. St.
Louis. Mo. Dear Sir: In compliance
with your request I present the fol
lowing narrative of the steps which
led to the demonetization or silver in
the United States In 18TS. and the
methods adopted to accomplish that re
sult: The national debt at the close of the
civil war was about 2.SO0.K.e00. the
principal being payaoi- by law in any
legal tender money, and the Interest
In coin. Certain great banking houses
of Karope following the example set
by their predecessors in Kngland im
mediately ater the fall of Napoleon,
and setting an example whlrh was fol
lowed by their class in Germany after
the Franco-Prussian war Inaugurated
a scheme to greatly enhance the value
of this vast obligation by making It
payable in gold and then Increasing
the value of gold.
The Methods Adopted.
This involved two legislative meas
ures: First. Such changes In the laws of
the United States as would provide for
the payment of the principal of the
lmnds in coin only, and would forbid
the payment of any portion of It prior
to the resumption of specie payment. In
!op;al tender treasury notes, in which it
was expressly made payable by the
law authorising the issue of the bonds,
and In exchange for which, when
greatly depreciated, they had all been
Second. The demonetization of silver
in the United 8Mcs so that coin
would mean gold 01 -. and the value of
that metal at the same time be greatly
The Hon. John Sherman, a senator
from Ohio, became the chief promoter
of this foreign scheme.
On the l?th of May. 167. being then
on a visit to Paris and having lust vis
ited London, he addressed a letter to
ths United States commissioner to the
International conference on coinage,
weights and measures, then in session
in the former city. In that letter, which
was published, he strongly urged the
adoption of the gold standard, and said
bf his own country: "As coin is not
now in general circulation we can eas
ily fix by law the size, weight and
measure of future issues." The con
ference adopted the gold standard, and
our commisaioner reported that this re
suit was largely due to the letter of Mr.
Senator Sherman next attempted to
"easily fix' by law In this coutntry the
new monetary system so essential to
the success of the scheme above de
scribed. To that end. on the 8th of
February. IMS. he Introduced In the
senate a bill (No. 217) to demonetize
silver by discontinuing the coinage of
the silver dollar. He reported this bill
favorably from the finance committee,
but Senator E. D. Morgan, of New
Tork, vigorously antagonized It In a
minority report. In which, after show
ing the advantages to the United States
of continuing the double standard, be
"We have a distinctive American
policy to work out one sufficiently free
from the traditions of Europe to he
suited to our peculiar situation, and
the genius of our enterprising coun
trymen." From this stalwart blow by the great
merchant senator from New Tork the
bill never recovered. Mr. Sherman
never again called It up.
The movement for a gold standard
was not renewed In any quarter until
nearly two years afterwards, and more
than a year after the expiration of
Senator Morgan's term of office.
Stresgtawalag ttao Mot e) holder.
Mesnwhile. In obedience to the con
certed newspaper clamor inspired by
the operators in bonds, congress passed
the act of March. 18, -To strengthen
the public credit," by which, without
any consideration whatever, the prin
cipal of the bonds of the government.
then payable in any lawful money, wss
made payable in coin only. The ad
vantage this gave to the bondholders
will be apparent when we consider that
the major portion of the bonds were by
law redeemable in any lawful money
atthe pleasure of the United States. The
act of 19, to strengthen the purses) of
the 1 Kind holders, surendered this priv
ilege and bouiid the government to re
deem in coin, then at an enormous pre
mium. This was followed. July 14. 1870. by
the refunding act. under which exist
ing bonds were authorized to be con
verted into bonds payable, principal
and interest. In the coin of the United
States of the present standard value."
That Is to say. the value of July 14.
1870. Silver dollars were at that time
equally with gold a full legal tender.
A second unsuccessful attempt
at the demonetization of sliver
1 was inaugurated on the 2Sth
of ApnU lJ7eX. by the Intro
duction tn the senate by Senator Sher
man of "a bill (Nn. revising the
laws relating to the mint, assay offli-eo
and coinage of the United States. It
contained seventy-one se. lions, the fif
teenth of which gave a list -r all silver
roina to h thereafter issued., and the
eighteenth of which prohibited the Is
suance o any not named therein. The
silver dollar was omitted from the list.
The bill pasaed the senate Jan. 14.1x71.
but was never acted upon by the house.
Ttao Tfatrd sad Samoa! A Mesas.
The third and Anally successful move
raent for the demonetisation of silver
was the In trod net ion in the house of
reaeetativeo on the sth uf March, in.
t -a tiU (.No. lO-Ij revikins And
attending the laws re! -.live t- r-.:r.t.-.
ssay office and rotangr ! IU- I n t 1
I lutes." It was Ir.trtduce d by Mr. KH-
l of PenuMl'.ant. chtlrmao of the
eommltue on coinage, and reported by
him favorably from that corrmlttee on
the stb of January. 17X. He Informed
the house that It had been prepared
in the treasury department for the
purpose of codifying and simplifying
the mint laws, the only Important
change being the creation of a mint bu
reau in the treasury department.
It was recommitted Jan. 14 and
again reported with amendments Feb.
. 1871. this time by the Hon. Samuel
Hooper of .Massachusetts. He stated
that the bill reduced J he weight of the
silver dollar from tffvs grains to .
but be did not state thst.lt proponed,
as It did, to demonetise at,. er by mak
ing the silver dollar a legal tender
only in sums not to exceed 8V
The bill then passed the house In
the substitute form under a s us pension
of the rales. f
Igawraat of Its Ceateata.
Mr. Kelly of vPennsytvanla. who In
troduced the bill, declared on the floor
of the house In 1878 that, though be
waa chairman of the committee on
coinage, he was "Ignorant of the fart
that It would demonetize the silver
dollar." (Congesslonal Record. voL 7.
part . page icns.) Mr. Blaine, who waa
speaker of the house when the bill
passed, declared on the floor of the
senate In 1878 that he "did not know
anything that was In the bill at all."
and that "little was known or cared
on the subject." r"ame. page IOCS.)
Garfield declared that he knew nothing
about It. fCongresslonal record, vol. 7,
part 1, page .) Mr. Holman of In
diana, declared that the passage of
the bill through the house was a "col
losral swindle." and "never had the
sanction of the house. (Congressional
record, vol. 4. part appendix lil.)
Mr. Cannon, of Illinois, said: "Neither
members of congress nor the people
understood the scope of the legislation."
(Same, page 187.)
In the senate the bill was taken np
for consideration on the 17th of Janu
ary. 1871. and debated and passed on
that day. All the debate that was ever
had upon It in that body took place on
The bill, as It passed the senate, con
tradicts In plain terms some positive
assertions made by Mr. Sherman dur
ing the debate upon It as to the provis
ions It contained concerning the stand
ard silver dollar. It demonetised sil
ver, which he declared to the senate It
did net. Mr Hooper bad misled the
house by omissions, evasions and in
directions: Mr. Sherman deceived the
senate by direct misrepresentations.
Thla was "the crime of 1S7J.
The rroof of Ueerptlwo.
The Ineffaceable proof of thin serious
accusation Is contained In the report of
the senate proceedings of Jan. 17. 17X
In the Congressional Globe, from which
I will nuoi- some passages: Congres
sional Globe, parts 1 and 2. third ses
sion. Furiy-sevond rongtess, pages OSS-e-.
The was no reference In the debate
to the fai t that the bill would almlish
the legal tender quality of silver. The
house bill changed the weight of the
silver dollar from 412', grains to Sat
grains, end made It. like the smaller
coins, a b-gal tender for ti only. Mr.
Sherman bad reported an amendment
to strike this out. and Insert Instead a
trade" tioiur. lu weigh 4-" grams,
with the same limitation as to the'legal
tender quality. The bill prohibited the
Issuance from the mints of any coins
not named thireln. This was to make
sure that the 4U', grain dollar would
not survive by any Implication.
The question may be asked how
could Mr. Sherman thus deceive the
senate. The reply Is that the bill was
being hurried through by him on his
statement, at the outset, that lis con
sideration "would not probably con
sume any more time than the time
consumed In reading It. That meant
that its soventy-one sections con
tained nothing of sufficient Importance
to even require explanation by him,
much less to call for detaate. It waa
represented by him to be merely a Mil
to enact Into law some changes In the
mintage laws whhf. the mint officers
deemed net esa ry. He evidently sat
isfied senators thst It wss not worth
their serious at tent ion. Those who have
any acquaintance with senate pro
ceedings understand very well that
such mere routine legislation an thla
was represented to he attracts no at
tention In the senate chamber. The
senator In charge is trusted to truth
fully state Its objects, and no one
thinks of doubting his word.
Too Teaitsswoy of S. sal nr..
That no suspicion being enter
tained at the time that silver was be
ing demonetized by the hill is evi
denced from the declarations subse.
qurntely made n the senate In 1878.
On Feb. 13 of that year Senator Thur
"I cannot say what took place In the
house, but know, when the bill was
pending In the senate, we thought It
was simply a bill to reform the mint,
regulate coinage and fix up one thing
and another, and there Is not a single
man in the senate. I think, unless a
member of the committee fronrwhlch
the bill came, mho had the slightest
Idea that It was even a squint towards
On the some day Senator Allison said:
"Hut when the set ret history of this
bill comes to be told it wl". disclose the
fact that the bouse of representative
Intended to coin both rilvee and gold,
and Intended to plai-e both metals upon
the Frent h relation instead of our own.
which was the true scientific position of
tnis sui-jert m 173.
on the SOth of January. 1V7V Senator
"It fthe bill d- monetizing silver! nv
er was understood by either house of
congress. I say this with full knowl
edge of the facts. No newspaper re
porter, and they are the most vigilant
men I ever saw In obtaining in forma
tlon. discovered that tt had been done."
Krotn the record, w hb h I have faith
runy reprnrtucee. It Is tmtwa1Me to
rach any other com lesion than that
J the confidence of the house wso ihwl
. by Mr. Hooper, that the rrniMr of
1 the senate was abused by Mr. Sherrnasi
and that by their rdnt efforts the me
important pie. of b-gisUlion of the
' century was earned through conge so
( try Slewitn and the douMo rMandard.
, which had existed by the win of too
I people for more than eighty yearn, a as
was taken away from tbera uttbout
, their consent r knowledge. In tae ia.
( 1 crests of aliens, by the manlpulatkma
i herein described. I am. very traAr
yours. GrmR'JE C. 'JORHAAa.
reletrOB. l. C. fyt '. IT.
PORT BYRON POINTER3.
Port Brroa. Sent. SO. The LadLaa
Miaaioaary aociety of the fJoerrewa
Uoaal march held iu aaaaal
tbaak offaria; meetla; Wadaeeday
afternoon aad eeealn;. him. y. .
Galea presided ia her nsaal pleasant
meaner. The program ia the after
noon bona with ear latere lap
responsive exercise inters parsed
with eiBtfitf : hire. K. T. Harper led
ia prater; a story. -The babies' (l!.
lenar, waa read be Mr. W. s.
Uroee. aad Oar Bletsiar. be Mies
feaTr It . 1
aaariou ngusn, alter WBica the of.
fenaga were received by Mrs. ti. 1)
Moore and Miss liobert. So poor etas
taea served to which the freaUemea
were lavuea aoa aeartu eajoted
tkemtelTea. After upper them waa
a abort program. The first aamber
waa a mala ciatrtet. ia which See.
R. W. Newlaod. Prof. Rarer. Prof.
Conner and D. C. Oaree were tha
aingvra; aa appeal from oar misaioa,
hTlre.E.T. Harper; -Ebeatcer.
aloath." by Mrs. J. W. Simoaeoa:
Poor Mrs. Lee, by f ra Daeid.
The program concluded by the qaar
let ainsincf. "Nearer Me God to
Thee." after which alien i. red a so.
ciai visit. The offering amounted to
At the residence of the bride's moth
er, Mr. A. Kllia. thla etea-BC at 6
o'clock. K. F. Giesier and Mist Jesse
Lllis were married. Re. K. W.
Newlaads, ofliciatioe. Tha Dumber
of wedding crneata was limitel to the
near relatives, with the except ioa of
one or two eery intimate friend.
toe groom ia a aatita of Port Brroa.
where hie mother aad sivter reside.
bat for several years his home has
been la Chicago, where be will take
hi bride at once. Tbe bride will be
greatly missed here, not oaly ia her
own homo bat ia aocitiy, and par
ticularly ia church work. She has
been tbe organist at tbe Conirrers-
tlonal church and to show their sppre
malion of her many good qnalitiea.
tha cbnrrh and aocict presented tn
ner aa elegant silver tea et with
Mr. Lfzxie Barns, of Bock Islaad.
rl tiled frieada ia town oeer Sunday.
Mrs. Julia McCord. of Moline. is
visiting her airier. Mr. Thomas Mc-
Mr. R C. Savage i ia Rock Isl
and this week visiting her slst-r.
Mrs. at. r. i nooe.
Rev. J. R. Millard received a tele
gram today aoaounc-ng tha den a t f
nt-oiaer te u orgia.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Allen aad Mr.
George Allen returned yesterday to
.a t a .
ineir winter noma ia Alia uoma. Ttt.
J. Scbafer. Jr.. YY. D. Hall. C C
Coyne aad John Scball were la Rock
laland today to bear (rov. Altgeld
The people of tbe M. K. eaurcbe
of thla vicinity are rejoiciag over the
fact that their pastors are ret a reed
to them for another year.
Abram aad William Clak have
put chased the old Itodee f roperty
oa Ravine atreet aad will Uiocpehly
oerbsal aad remodel tbe hou-e.
Owl a 2 to the condition of the
road the bicycle rare did not com
off Inst Batat'dav. but will take place
aest Saturday if the weather will
Prof. Fergueoa will aooa occupy
the houee oa Cherry atreet, recently
r scaled by lr. Straw, It beiag a
mora desirable locatioa tbaa where
he bow resides.
Lewi Colgrova haa decided aot to
mora to Port Byron tbi winter,
and is moving his furniture ebop
from hera to Baratow, where he will
engage la the furniture aod uader
taking bu sines.
Tha heavy rain -f the pact few
daya have repleaisbed civtera and
weils aad insured the growth of fall
wheat aad rte. Pasture also are
ia splendid condition and the frosts
have done ao damage.
Dr. W. L. Straw, who haa been
practicing dealiatry ia Muliae for
some months, ha decided to move
hi family to that place. He will re
tain hie office here, being here oa
Saturday ofseech week.
Old people who require medicine
to regulate tbe bowel aad kidney
win ana the true rcmeay ia avieciric
Bitter. This medicine does, aot
stimulate, and contain ao whiskv
nor other intoxicant, bat acta aa a
tonic aod alterative. It acta mildly
oa the stomach and bowels, adding
strength and giving tone to the or
gan, thereby aiding Datura ia the
performance of tbe function. FJeo
tric Bitter it aa excellent appetiser
aad aid digestion, uid people Had
it inst exactly what tbev need. Price
60 ceo t per bottle at Harts 4 Ulle.
tneyer'a dm store.
Children Cry for
ao Int-ll rtf Je
Buy, Sell aiki Manatre
prtrpcrty. C4l!-t Ktfa.
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tried COinjAiiy cvrtr
faratcd Kat aa low
as any rfrlUMv crwetpaejy
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whsoit iiolute bttggy co.
The aatantsail bavins wars ansa
tnrof to at will e4 isaiaai lit at nassiak
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state of IlilaikV 4ai isia. aawka atvaa eUn
tss se will aiar fne- twa rawotf resit ot
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sate MM. to U rny of Mora Uaaa, at lea Wo.
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