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THE ARGUS. MONDAY, MABCH 1, 1897.
All . mIC9ik'
The Best 1
SAKGU1LLY IS SAFE
Back in a Land Where Weyler Has
WELCOMED WITH 6BEAT ACCLAIM
Wkfi He Set Foot on American Soil at
Key Wot Give. Connul General Lea All
the Credit for Ills Kelease and Doesn't
Mention Ulney Spanish Correspondent
Morote Aba Arrive and Probably Will
Sot Co llack.
Key West. March 1. Julio SanguiTI
lias arrived from Havana by the steam
ship Maacotle. He was at first Indis
posed to say anything further than what
would express his lasting gratitude to
Consul General FItzhugh Lee, whom
he described as a truly noble American
and a man who should lung ago have
been In Cuba." Had he been there years
ago," fanguilly exclaimed, "there would
have been less shedding of American
blood." He was very much agitated as
be expressed his feeling toward Connul
Ocnernl Isre. As to how he was treated
during his confinement he lagged earn
estly nt t lx romix-lled to recall his
experience during the lat two years.
Not Alloitefl to Itrari Newspapar a.
"Why," said he, "I have not been al
lowed to read one solitary newspaper
except those publipht'd on the Inland.
When I learned of the death of brave
General Maceo It almost made me col
lapse, not because I thought the death
of any one man would check the prog
ress of the Culvn cause, but because I
knew then that the butcher Weyler
would not be recalled, as Spain would
try to pacify the people by pointing to
Slaceo's death as a great victory for the
Will lie In the Inaugural Parade.
Speaking of his plans for the future.
Sangullly said: "I do not know them
myself, but 1 am now going to Wash
ington to attend the inaugural parade,
having been Invited by the old veteran
boys to parade with them. X have been
given a place of honor In the parade.
After that I shall go to New York to
fee my brother, who has worked so
faithfully for my release; and then I
shall keep my promise to the people of
Key West to return to see my fellow
M rs. Sangullly on Gen. Ue,
Sanguilly's wife was equally loud In
her praise of Consul General Lee. "He
Is the best of men,' she said; "also noble
and firm in his convictions, and true. To
him we owe the final release of my dear
husband, who has been confined in a
damp dungeon for the past two years on
trumped-up -charge, entirely unsup
ported by any proofs. To Consul Gen
era Lee and to the people of this glori
ous nation, whose noble representative
he la. we shall be eternally grateful for
my dear husband's release."
MOROTE 19 NOT GOING BACK.
That Is Evident from the Way lie Talks ol
' Senor Morote, correspondent of El
Liberal, ofMadrld, on being Interviewed
stated that he bad been a prisoner of
Maximo Gomez, and that while in the
camp of the insurgent leader he was
treated with marked courtesy. He
learned that the reforms proposed by
Spain would never 1k accented by the
Cubans, and that nothing short of the
Independence of the Island would bring
about a cessation of hoslttnties. Morote
said that his study of the Cuban cause
bad convinced him that it was a just
one. Kef erring to General Weyler, he
aid: "We have a general there who is
causing devastation and ruin to the
whole island simply because he now
sees that It Is lost to 'Bpa'ji, and that
the Cubans will win In spite of all op
position Spain can offer."
With Senor itrlnas, Morote - gave
three ringing 1'. . for Cuba Libre. A
deputation met Sangullly at the wharf.
He was discovered and pointed out by
the crowd the moment the steamer
reached the dock. The throng In wait
ing shouted "Viva Julio Sangullly;
"Viva Consut General Lee;" Viva Cuba
Librat" "Viva Los Estatados Unldos."
eanguilly was escorted with his family
e 1 Folaco restaurant, where be dined.
The restaurant was crowded with bis
friends and countrymen, eager to have
a word with hint and to embrace, htm.
hn ouestlntied by a frl?ni. as to the
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Competitor's crew he replied earnestly
that if the United States government
did not take prompt and energetic
action to secure their release he feared
the worst would befall them. ConsuJ
General Lee's son passed through Key
West en route to Washington. Among
the passengers on board the Mascotte
were Eva Adah de Rodriguez, who was
anested at Puerto Principe, and Buhl
gas Palm&n, vice consul at Tampa.
READY TO LEAVE FOR HIS POST.
Canton Will Tarn Ont and Escort Major
MrKlnlry to the nation.
Canton, O.. March 1. In all of the ar
rangements for the leave-taking tonight
of Presidcnt-Elect MeKinloy the com
mittee In charpe has in all its plans first
clnsldered Major McKinley's personal
comfort, and the arrangements call for
nothing that will fatigue him. The Can
ton Troop, bands, marching clubs, old
soldiers and citizens generally have been
Instructed to meet at the city hall and
there organize and march to the Mc
Kinley home to escort the president
elect and party to the train. Whatever
demonstration is made will be at the
station. Streets will he illuminated,
many buildings decorated, and other ev
idences shown about the city of the im
portant event transpiring.
At 9:Z9 last ninht the president-elect
and Mrs. McKjnlcy were saying good
bye to a few neighbors and friends who
had called to say farewell. The presi
dential train will be made up at Alli
ance yards, east of here, and inspected
before coming to the Canton station of
the Pennsylvania lines. As arranged
there will be seven cars, including Major
McKinley's private car and four other
private or Pullman cars for passengers,
a dining car and a burgage car.
Blnrk Men In Persia.
Old inscriptions and carvings have
shown that there existed in ancient Per
sia members of a race of black skinned
men who possessed features resembling
those of Africans.' The origin of these
peoplo, as well as their apparent disap
pearance in modern times, has furnish
ed puzzling questions fur ethnologists.
Some have supposed that in prehistoric
times the greater part of southern Asia
wa9 occupied by a primitive black race,
of which only vestiges remained when
the empires of Babylonia and Assyria
arose. Lately descendants of the black
men who figured in the early history of
Persia are believed to have been found
by the Russian explorer Dr. Daniloff,
dwelling among the mountains near
Shiraz, east of the Persian gulf. These
people, although they still form an in
dependent group, mingle with tje sur
rounding population, as in aacient
times, and find employment at long dis
tances from their homes. Some of them
are to bo seen in the city of Teheran.
Youth a Companion.
Waj Ko Seaman.
"There is a great difference between
the seafaring man cf today and of 30
years ago," said the man of many voy
ages. "Formerly the seafaring man was
a sailor, fall of energy and the spirit of
adventuro tbatwas the particular charm
of Marry at' s heroes, but now the man
who follows the sea for a living, espe
cially on oua of the big ships is noth
ing more than a paint swab.
"This is not any fault of the men.
bat because of the changed conditions
which have left no sailor's work to da
Cleaning ship is the principal employ
ment of the modern so called seaman.
"One day a yonug woman novelist,
in crossing the ocean on a big liner,
asked an ancient mariner who was en
gaged painting a ventilator how long
be had been a seaman.
"'Sailor, mom? Bless yer heart, I'm
no sailor,' and then, glancing again at
his work, I'm no sailor; In a b loo in in
artist, I am.' "New York Journal.
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Oenat Holds a Session on the
"Day of Rest."
llEOOXD DOES HOT SHOW THE FACT,
hy a "Legal Ftctkm" It Was a
Bawl In nation of Saturday Facta of In
ternet Begardiag the Pardon of Saa
trallly. That Sherman Knew hat Could
Bat la Homer Mwlp n.m,, Teet
snoalal to the Vice President. ,
Washington. March L The nsnal Sun
day quiet of the Canltol buildinc was
disturbed yesterday by a session of the
wnare maae necessary to pass the ap
propriation bills. La rare crowds rilled
the gaueries and overflowed to the cor
ridors. The attendance of senators was
even ereater than that through the
week, the absentees other than those
out of town or sick numbering only
twelve. The venerable flraraa tho
senate Morrill. Hoar, Sherman, Palmer
were among those present. By a par
liamentary fiction the session was a
part of the legislative dav besrinnlner
Saturday, a recess having been taken
ar. z:jo a. m. until 3 p. m. yesstrday.
The SUndnr ClVil annrnnriiaHnn
bill was under consideration, a number
01 important Items in payment of sugar
bounties, for rivers, and harbors, etc,
remaining to be passed upon.
Hill Chaffs Sunday Rest Statesmen.
Hill tOOk Occasion to chaff miiahiN
on workine on Sunrl
with a debate on electric light conduits
in wasnmgton. He said he seriously
doubted the propriety of meeting Sun
day to enact leeislattnn TJa h.i re
ceived many petitions urging a law for
resi aay- in the District of Co
lumbia. Moreover. th
lan) who urged this conduit amendment
uu mmseu ouerea a Din "to protect
the first day of the week, commonly
called Sunday, as a dav of rest and
worship." When the amendment was
reached providing for a commission to
visit the seal fisheries Pettlgrew said
he believed we should not send a com
mission to Alaska to visit the scenes of
destruction nf "nur" hv ranaln
poachers. He advocated the destruction
of all the seals. In this connection he
naicuied the treaty l-eiative to the
Alaskan boundary recently sent to the
senate. "If this administration lasted
much longer," he asserted. "It would
be sending in a treaty between Great
Britain and the TTnlteri fit a tent tnv .Viti
arbitration of the multiplication table."
Morgan Has His Whack at J. B.
Morgan, a member nf tho Pnrio
of arbitration, discusaeil th "atrimr
predicament of the United States" on
tne seal question. Referring to the Paris
tribunal, he said that as usual when the
court was made up of European arbi
trators thft dpefnlnn n-a ocmlna ..a. f
always would be so under like circum
stances. There war mnra rpal HanvM.
of trouble over this seal question since
tne arbitration than there ever was
from all the conflict before nrhitratfnn
was adopted. The nmvnt trmihio ha
said, was due to the deliberate refusal
or threat untain to carry out In good
faith the SDlrit of the Paris owor "T
do hope," said Morgan, "that the In
coming adminlsratton will have the
fortitude to Insist that Great Britain
will comply with the Paris award."
Senate WU1 Have to Work.
But four davs more remain fnr th.
Fifty-fourth congress tn wind 11 n ita
business and make way for its successor.
j.ne ciose or tne session promises no sen
sational incidents, for only routine busi
ness iS DOSSible. As usual tha hnitoo
awaits the end with a clean slate. It
has finished its work on the big appro
priation bills with which the senate Is
now struggling. In the upper house
these four days will be full of wnrir
Indeed. It Is still uncertain whether the
senate will be able to dlsnnno nf th kiiio
by noon on Thursday next. There are
iuur 01 me oig appropriation measures
to be voted on. Of these the naval bill
and that maklne finnmnriatinna v,.
District of Columbia may cause pro-
tongeu aerate, xne other two fortifi
cations and ereneral deflclenxv vm.
win go wiwoui trou Die.
SENATE AND BOtTSB DOIXGB.
Senate Passes Two Bills Hones Passes the
Aati-Scalping Measure. 1
Washington, March 1. The senate
Saturday gave the entire day to the
postoffice bilL There was a somewhat
sensational diversion when Dubois of
Idaho made a statement warning his
former Republican associates that they
could not control the next senate and
that the silver Republicans would never
co-operate with them while they clung
to the single gold standard. At p. m.
a recess was taken to 8 p. m., and at
2:30 a. m. yesterday another recess to 3
p. m. yesterday. During Saturday night
the postofuce appropriation bill was
passed. Butler's amendment to strike
out the appropriation of 19,000 for spe
cial mail facilities from New Tork to
New Orleans was defeated.
Yesterday the sundry civil bill was
under consideration. The most impor
tant amendment was one counteracting
the president's recent order withdraw
ing 21,000,000 acres of land from the
reserves. The vote was unanimous. At
11 p. m. the bill was passed. It carries
161,000.000, an unprecedented amount.
The sugar bounty provision was agreed
The house, after five hours' struggle
Saturday, passed the anti-railroad ticket
scalping bill by a vote of 142 to 6L The
adversaries of the measure resorted to
filibustering tactics, but they were de
feated by an . overwhelming majority
The bill applies only to interstate com
merce transportation. It requires all
carriers subject to the interstate com
merce act to provide agents authorised
to sell their tickets with certificates.
and makes It a misdemeanor punishable
by a fine of S1.000. or Imprisonment for
one year, for any person not only
authorised to sell tickets, and makes the
forgery or counterfeiting of tickets pun
ishable by Imprisonment for two years.
A number of other bills were, passed
enrins the em wtHtcr sasnalea of the
VISITORS TO THE IXACGCBATIOX.
Ttey Are CssrsraJa; taw Capital by
nnnsaans mam jrotaato Arrivala.
Washington. March L Thousands of
people are arriving here dally to attend
the Inauguration. Governor Tanner, of
Illinois, and his staff reached the city
about 1 o'clock last evening. ' X portion
of the party. Including Mr. and Mrs.
Tanner, Mrs. ' Colburn Field-Buck.
James P. B. Van Cleave and wife, and
John T. Peters and wife are staying at
the Shoreham, while the remainder are
making their home in the cars at the
jtation. Tomorrow afternoon ex-Representative
Abner Taylor is to give theiA
a reception and the night of the same
day the Illinois delegation in congress
will tender the party a reception at Ma
sonic temple. Others who have arrived
in thee ity include J. W. Gates, of Chi
cago; Hon. David T. Littler, of Spring
Held, Ills., and Senator-Elect Fairbanks,
of Indiana, and family.
The National League of Republican
Clubs has opened headquarters at 1319
F street, and committees of reception
and information have been organized.
Al members of Republican clubs are
desired to report and register at the
headquarters on their arrival here.
SILVER SERVICE FOB STEVEN SOX.
Vies) President Honored by the Members
of the United states Senate.
Washington. March L The senate
Saturday evering, through a committee
consisting of Hoar, Cullom, Blackburn,
Carter,. McMillan, Gorman, Faulkner.
Brice. Bacon. Jones of Arkansas.
Murphy, Klklns and Chandler, presented
to Vice President Stevenson in his
apartments at the Normandie a hand
some and valuable silver table service.
It is inscribed as follows: "To Adlai
E. Stevenson, vice' of president of the
United States and president of the sen
ate. 1S93-1897. From members of the
senate in token of the strict Impartiali
ty, unfailing courtesy, and unsurpassed
wisdom and discretion which, in the
discharge of his high office, have en
deared him to the senate and earned
for him the gratitude of the American
With the service an address was pre
sented, carrying the signatures of
eighty-five of the ninety senators. In
cluding all the members of the senate
In the city. The address was written
on parchment paper and is itself a
valuable souvenir, in effect, but more
elaborately, expressing the sentiment In
scribed on the silver service. Brief and
highly eulogistic addresses were made
by Hoar. Cullom and Blackburn. The
vice president feelingly replied, and In
the course of his remarks said that in
their devotion to duty, in honesty of
purpose and in ability, the senate today
was the full equal of any of its predeces
sors. NOT A SENATE ACHIEVEMENT.
Sanguilly's Pardon Decided on Quite a
Few Days Ago.
Washington, March L Apropos of the
statements Friday in the senate that it
was the debate in that body Thursday
on the Sangullly case that brought the
pardon there is published now the fact
that Senator Sherman bad been kept
informed by Secretary of State OIney of
the progress of the negotiations for the
release of General Julio Sangullly from
prison. On the day the resolution de
manding Sansuillv's release
duced in the senate Sherman knew he
was going to be released. But he was
bound in honor to say nothing, as the
Information was given him by Olney
In strict confidence. ,
But Sherman also knew that pardon
was coming a week before the resolution
was introduced, for Feb. 17 Olney wrote
him (in strict confidence): "I am given
to understand that a cable from Madrid
ordering the release may be expected
any moment, -rnt matter Is of a some
what delicate nature, and I shall be
sorry to have the present favorable
rrospeets for Santruillv's release ini
riously affected, as they would be very
imeiy to oe uy any public discussion of
tne case m tne senate or elsewher."
On Feb. 24 Sherman receiver! fn.m ri
ney a communication inclosing one to
rim (unicy 1 irom De Lome in whih
De IiPEie tays that it la npoptsanr 1ia
fore Sangullly can be narrlnncri th
shall withdraw his appeal necessary to
compiy wun Spanish law and adds
"When this is done, and srhon h ...
den can be decreed in spranianM hk
the law, it will be communicated by
caoie." Tne appeal was at ones with.
drawn and the pardon followed lmme-
Mrs. Bracket t Faints at the Finale.
Washington. March L The continen
tal congress of the Daughters of the
American Revolution has adjourned
sine die. after a week's deliberations.
iue ciuoe 01 me nnai session was
marked by a dramatic Incident. Mrs.
.S. G. Brackett, first vice president gen
eral and the presiding officer during th
weeK s sessions, succumbed to the strain
which her duties have imoosed unon
her, and fainted as she brought her
gavel down and declared the congress
adjourned. &ne was placed In a car
riage and taken to her home.
Fire in aa Opera Hoane,
Jackson. Mich., March L Fire btoke
out under the stage in Hlbbard's Opera
house and burned with terrific force un
til notblng remained, but portions of
the exterior walls. Loss. $40,000.
Bay-Tlaothy. UM99H Wile, HQSt.
Burlaw fair sa ---" Ian,
Catile Bstcbsri pay for ears Mttaam iyoB
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MORE OUTRAGES TO THE FLA 3.
American Citizens Given the Imperial
brand Bounce by Wilhclm.
Berlin. March 1. There have been
many recent cases of expulsion of Amer
ican citizens from the Rcighslar.d aad in
every Instance the United ftates em
bassy has b?en powerless to effect a
revocation of the order of expulsion, ai
the Keichsland la not Included In the
treaty of ISPS with the north Oorr.ur
federation. Some of the cases of th..
expulsion are deservinc of sympathy
and fpecial conpideration, but nothing
could be done. For instance a youth
named Reno Guirand was visiting I is
dying parents at Colmar when be was
turned out of the house and escorted to
the frontier by the police. Guirand k;
a naturalized - American, residing at
FIRE RAGES FOR SEVEN HOURS.
Destroys Half a Block and Carta S1SS,000
i Insurance, S30.0OO.
Fort Wayne, Ind., March 1. A de
structive fire broke out yesterday morn
ing in Morgan & Co.'s hardware store,
extending to other buildings, and de
stroying half a block, entailing a total
loss of $125,000. The fire rapidly spread
to buildings owned by Margaret Hamil
ton. Mary Williams, J. C. Meyer, Rom
ary Coeglein & Co. (doors and plars).
Nathan & Kircheimer (paper). Julius
Nathan (liquors), Alex Staub (stoves).
Morgan & Co. lest heavily on stock
Total insurance, about $90,000. Three
firemen were cauerht under falling
walls, and George Klingman was dan
gerously hurt In the spine. The fire
raged S2ven hours.
Ijunont Dines His Successor. '
Washington, March L Secretary and
Mrs. Lamont Saturday night gave a
dinner In honor of General and Mrs. Al
ger. Besides the guests of honor there
were present the other cabinet officers
and representatives of the senate and
navy. After the dinner a reception was
given to all of the army officers on the
active list stationed In Washington.
During the day General Alger called
upon President Cleveland and then up
on the several cabinet officers to pay his
Was Another Company That Failed.
Des Moines, la., March 1. A press re
port from here announced that the Se
curity Loan and Trust company had
failed. The company which failed was
the General Loan and Trust company.
The manager resigned three years ago,
and since that time the affairs have been
In process of settlement.
Oratorical Prizes Awarded.
Bloomlngton, Ills., March 1. The sec
ond annual oratorical contest of the
State Normal school was held Saturday
at Normal. The decision of the Judges
gave Chester M. Echols, of McLeans
boro, first place. His subject was "Des
tiny of Religion." The prize of $100 and
a gold medal goes to the winner. Al
bert B. Wolfe, of Normal, second; Wal
ter F. Pike, of Normal, third.
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