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DTD NOT ASSIGN JUDGE GARY.
Wherwat JaMIra Macradrr Protested Re
ply of the Chief Jantlcti.
Sprtrifrflcld, Ills., June 18. An unusual
Incident occurred in the supreme court
when appellate judges were assigned
yesterday. Judge Gary, famous for
flavin? presided at the anarchist trials,
was not assigned. Justice Magruder
protested In the following strong
language: "The distinguished services
of Mr. Justice Gary for nearly thirty-fuur-
years deserved a more fitting
recognition. Wherever modern civiliza
tion has extended. Its light and Its bless
ings his name stands as the synonym
for law and order. With his life In his
hand he has stayed and suppressed the
onset's of lawlessness and disorder, and
I enter my sol em protest thus put upon
this Just and fearless judge."
Chief Justice Phillips In reply said:
With the fullest recognition of those
qualities, the majority of this court re
served to Itself the right and discharged
the duty of selecting other Judges for
that place equally learned. Industrious
and able, who can and will with equal
earnestness and as high sense of justice
discharge thtse duties."
AS TO CO! GIXU THE TRUSTS.
Why the Bepnbllcaa Caucus Declined to
Adopt Hpooner. Idea.
Washington, June 16. The Republic
an caucus Monday night determined
not to incorporate in the tariff .bill the
amendment proposed by Spooner to
postpone the time when certain features
of the sugar schedule should go into
effect until six months after the bill
was passed, with the intention of com
pelling the sugar trust to dispose cf the
surplus sugar that has been imported
pending the consideration of the tariff
bill at a rate which would not allow It
a great profit. The position taken by s,
large majority of the Republican sen
ators was that it would be Impractica
ble to have various portions of the bill
go Into effect at different times. If the
action was taken on sugar it would have
to be taken on wool and other items.
The argument was advanced that In
changing tariffs no provision could be
made against the advantage taken by
buyers of foreign goods.
If a tariff was to lie reduced Importa
tions would be held back, and if a
tariff was to be raised importations
would be rushed In. This was true of
sugar and all other goods, and the cau
cus decided that there was no way of
reaching the importers, and that no
single article should be selected upon
which, to postpone the effect of the new
tariff. The defeat of Spooner's propor
tion was not accomplished until there
had been a sharp fight.
The western men were arrayed against
the cast and Spooner had several sharp
tilts with senators representing states
where there is a great deal of manu
facturing. He said that the greatest op
position to the proposed amendmentwas
because the eastern manufacturers
feared that it might be extended to wool
and that they would not be able to real
ise en the large importations of free
wool, which had lccn made In anticipa
tion of the tariff on wool. Spooner's
motion was voted down. 18 to 12.
Calhoun at the atlonal Capital.
Washington, June 16. W. J. Calhoun,
the special commissioner who went to
Cuba In connection with the Ruiz case,
returned to the city last night from his
home in Illinois. Calhoun will have fur
ther consultation with the president, to
whom he already has made a verbal re
port on the conditions existing in Cuba.
Saltan Will Acrept Dr. Augell.
Washington, June 16. A cablegram
received at the state department from
the United States charge at Constanti
nople yesterday afternoon states that
the sultan has Issued an trade announc
ing the acceptance of Dr. Angell as min
ister from the United States and Mr.
Terrell has accordingly started for home.
Peasloas for More Veteran.
Washington, June 16. Callinger, from
the committee on pensions, yesterday
reported favorably the bill granting
pensions to the survivors of the Indian
wars cf 1S32 to 1M2. Including the Black
Hawk, Creek, Cherokee. Seminole and
Sac and Fox disturbances.
nogs Haa 1S Majsnty.
Springfield, Ills., June 16. The official
returns received by the secretary of
state from the First supreme judicial
district gives Judge Carroll C Boggs.
Democrat, a majority of 136 votes over
Justice David Baker, tor justice of the
D ONE WITH SUGAR,
Except in So Far as It Is Mixed Up
SEVATE COltTLETESTHE SCHEDULE
FettlgreWfe Aatt-Trnct Propoaal Cabled,
Morana and Fettna or Alabama Votlne;
wita the BepnbUcana Action of the
Canco. on the Tnu Qnetioa Some
Difficulties Stated Hawaiian Annexa
tion Expected To Be Poshed.
WasUiiigton, June 16. The senate
made a great stride forward yesterday
by completing the consideration of the
su?ar schedule of the tariff bill except
toe provision relating to Hawaii, which
went over. This schedule has been the
.term-center of the entire bill, and with
I disposed of there is a better prospect
for speedy action on the bill as a whole.
The first paragraph of the sugar sencd
ute had served to bring out all the
speeches and the test votes, and when
this was passed early yesterday thi.
other paragraphs of the schedule were
agreed to without further opposition.
As agreed to the schedule places on
sugar not above No. 16 Dutch standard
1 cent per pound and 0.03 of a cent for
every degree above 75, and on sugars
above No. 16 Dutch standard 1.95 cents
per pound, but on sugars testing below
97. degrees 1.10 cents per pound shall
be deducted. The other provisions of
the schedule relate to maple sugar,
syrup, candy, etc Only one yea and
nay vote was taken on the schedule, oa
the amendment of Lindsay of Kentucky
to make the rate 1.8 cents per pound, on
sugar above No. 16 Dutch standard. The
amendment was defeated 32 to 35.
The Battle Against the Trust..
The Fettlgrew amendment relating to
trusts was then taken up and discussed
at length. It developed considerable di
vergence of view on both sides of tae
chamber, the two Alabama senators.
Morgan and Pettus, joining Hoar in
opposition. Vest was for PettigreWs
amendment. He Bald he had not sup
posed there was any difference among
parties on the propriety Of this amend
ment. It was time to dispose of It. The '
sugar subject was a source of calumny,
scandal and irritation, and there wou'.d
be no peace until It was disposed of.
Hoar said he specifically objected to
that feature of the amendment which
permitted three or more men to form a
combination and thus force the article
handled by them on the free list. Three
men In Chicago might, he said, form a
combination which would wreck 10,000
woolen industries of the entire country.
Hoar declared that the amendment was
an "abomination" through and through.
There was never a scheme conceived in
the wildest imagination couched in
terms like this, placing the commerce
of the . whole country at the mercy of
any three unprincipled adventurers.
Not Salted to Our Institutions.
Pettus of Alabama said he begged
his Democratic associates to "go slow"
on this kind of an amendment, tending
by ill-advised action to break down all
classes of commerce and manufacture.
It was patterned, he said, after the
Canadian law, but was whplly unsultf d
to our institutions. He sympathized
with the aim of the amendment, for we
had become a government by the trusts
and by money, and the government's
heel should be put on the neck of this
system. But in striking, at trusts the
mistake should not be made of destroy
ing the entire manufacturing business
of the country by throwing it into the
courts. Allison appealed to Pettlgrcw
to let the matter go over, but Pettigrew
refused and finally Allison moved to
table Pettigrew's amendment, and re
fused to yield for an amendment per
fecting Pettigrew's scheme. The vote
was taken on Allison's motion and re
sultedyeas, 35; nays, 82.
Tea Vote on the Motion.
The yeas were as follows: Allison,
Burrows, Cullom, Davis, Deboe, Elkins,
Fairbanks. Foraker, Frye.Gear, Hanna,
Hawley, Hoar, McBride, McMillan, Ma
son, Nelson, Penrose, Perkins, Piatt of
Connecticut, Piatt of New York, Prttch
ard. Proctor, Quay. Sewell, Shoup,
Spooner, Thurston, Warren, Wellington.
Wetmore, Wilson Republicans: Jones
of Nevada (silver Populist), and Morgan
and McEnery, Democrats 35.
Some More Trnat Annlhilatorm,
Immediately after PettigreWs anti
trust amendment was laid on the table
he gave notice of another amendment
of the same character In the shape of a
proviso, as follows: "That none of the
Increased rates of duty provided for in
this act shall apply to any articles or
commodities the sale of manufacture of
which Is controlled by trusts In this
country-" Chilton of Texas also offered
an anti-trust amendment as follows:
"If any manufacturer, dealer, coiner or
other person knowing that any article
or articles of like character to those upon
which duties are levied under this act
are manufactured or their sale con
trolled or their price affected by a trust
or combination shall send or transmit
any such articles from one state to an
other such manufacturer," etc., "upon
conviction shall be punished by impris
onment for not more than three years."
Pasco gave notice of an amendment
which differs from Senator Pettigrew's
original amendment only in detail.
HAWAII AS GOOD AS ASIfEXED.
Treaty Beady to Go to the Sonata and May
Go There Today.
Washington, June 16. The suggested
course of procedure when the Ha
waiian annexation treaty is sent to the
senate is that it should be made public
in order that tie proposition to restore
the house provision in the tariff bill
may be accomplished with t1A lindln.
standing that the treaty of annexation
"oiy win oe in enect before a year
notice or anrogauon could be given,
reason given for making th.
lie would be that It could be discussed
in connection with the Hawaiian
vision ia the fcilL Some question
arisen as to whether the senate
was comnetent to art unnn a
which acquired territory, and if
heuse would neat tie rnllwl nnnn -.
Mr: but the precedents are that
treaty-maklns: nower th nrui
and the senate can act, and that
only manner in which the house w
oe consiaerea wouia ce in case an
propriation was necessary to carry
treatv into effect.
It was the expectation thnt th.
would receive the formal signatures
m negotiators yesterday arte:
Secretary Sherman acting for the
att States government and either Min
ister Hatch or Lorrin Thurston as a spe
cial commissioner for the Hawaiian gov
vernment. The document itself had
beet, prepared, and everything was In
readiness when it was taken again to
the White House for the president's final
inspection and review. Secretary Sher
rran remained at the department later
than Is his custom in order to receive
the Hawaii an s, but finally at 4 o'clock
ti e attempt to secure the signature of
the treaty yesterday was abandoned.
This may prevent the submission
of the treaty to the senate today as
was the intention of the cabinet, but
the delay in any case will not e ma
terial. It Is understood that when this
treaty Is once before the senate It :s
the president's desire that it be acted
upon as promptly as possible.
While the treaty is la the senate,
either In the hands of the committee on
foreign relations or on the calendar of
executive business. It Is the expecta
tion that the people of the United States
will have an opportunity through the
press and other mediums to declare
their sentiments upon the matter, and
If, as Is predicted, there is an over
whelming declaration for annexation, it
is believed that the senate will be quick
f respond to the demand. In this case
the treaty.. it is believed, can be taken
up end ratified In the course of one or
to executive sessions while the regular
tariff debates are in progress daily.
The manner in which the Hawaiian
treaty will come before the house Is in
the paragraph which provides that the
United States shall assume the present
debt of Hawaii. This will not in any
way affect the treaty or Interfere In its
adoption. Irrespective of and before any
action will be submitted to the house
will come the ratification of the treaty
Dy the senate. If the treaty is ratified
no action by the house can change the
condition. The failure of the house to
appropriate to pay the debt or the inter
est on it may become a future compli
cation, but the ratification of the treaty
by the senate will annex the islands.
The treaty which made Alaska a part
of this country carried with It an ap
propriation of several million dollars.
There was a most bitter contention in
the house about making the appropria
tion, but the senate had by treaty rati
fied the agreement. Of course, If con
gress by action of the house had re
fused to make the appropriation then
Russia would have held possession of
Postal Congreos Mae Uone.
Washington, June 16. The Universal
Postal congress, the fifth convention of
the kind in the world, finished its labors
yesterday after a closed session lasting
several hours. The next of the con
gresses, the sixth sextennlal one, will
be held at Rome, Italy, in February,
1903. The final session was devoted to
the formal signing of the general treaty
and of the detailed articles. Every dele
gate signed these two sets of papers,
subject to the formal ratification of his
government and, owing to the excessive
amount of labor Involved, signatures
to other sets of documents were waived
under a general authority for their ex
ecution. "Special" Is on Trial Now.
Washington, June 16. The trial of
John S. Shrlver, correspondent of the
New York Mail and Express, the fourth
of the recusant witnesses before the
senate sugar investigating committee of
1894, began before Judge Bradley yes
terday morning. Shriver telegraphed
charges against the senators of a grave
character and then refused to give his
authority. The defense Is that any
communication to a newspaper man in
the way of alleged news is privileged.
O, Everybody Condemns That Last.
Salem, Va., June 16. The forty-fourth
commencement of Roanoke college yes
terday morning. Rev. Thornton Whal
ing (class of '79), of Lexington, Va.,
who addressed the alumni association
on the negro in the south and our rela
tion and duty to him, took occasion to
denounce lynching In vigorous terms,
and no less vigorously condemned the
crime that leads to lynching.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, June 15.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade: Wheat June, opened
and closed nominal; July, opened 70Vic,
closed 6980; September, opened 65c,
closed 643c; Dcember, opened 66c,
closed 6C-c. Corn June, opened and
closed nominal; July, opened 24
closed 25c; September, opened 2634c,
closed 26c. Oats June opened and
closed nominal; July, opened 18c, closed
18c; September, opened 18c closed
184c. Pork July, opened $7.65, closed
$7.5716; September, opened $7.80, closed
7.67V4c Lard July, opened $3,76, closed
$3.72; September, opened $3.85, closed
Produce: Butter Extra creamery.
14Vc per lb; extra dairy. 12c; fresh
packing stock, 6 7c Eggs Fresh
stock, 9c per dosen. Live Poultry
Turkeys, 7 8c per lb; chickens, 77c;
ducks, 7'c. Potatoes Burbanks. SOO
82c per bu. Honey White clover, 119
12c per lb; imperfect, 79c. Apples
Common to fancy, $2.00 3.50 per bbL
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, June 15.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
21,000; sales ranged at $2.203.56 pigs,
$3.456 3.62 for light. $3.2583.85 for
rough packing, $3.453.60 for mixed, and
$3.403.55 for heavy packing and ship
ping lots. Cattle Estimated receipts
for the day, 3,000; quotations ranged at
$5.00 5.35 for choice to extra shipping
steers, $4.55 5.00 good to choice do.,
$4.25 4.80 fair to good. $3.8564.30 com
mon to medium do., $3.704 20 butchers'
steers. $3.60&4.00 etoekers. $4.004.65 feed
ers. $1.85g4.0O cows, $2.604.35 heifers,
$2.5004.00 bulls, oxen and stags, $2.76
4.30 Texas steer, and $3.50&6.00 veal
calves. Sheep and Lambs Estimated
receipts for the day, 12.000; prices un
changed: quotations ranged at $3,409
4.40 westerns. $2.804.00 Texans. S2.50
4.85 natives and $3.2585.70.
Milwaukee. June 15.
Wheat Easier; No. 2 spring, 72c; No.
1 northern, 7fic; July, 69c Corn Dull
and weak; No. 3. 24c Oats Steady;
No. 2 white, 2122c Barley Firm;
No. 2. 32S33c; samples, 2&33c
Rye Steady: No. 1, 34c
Hr TWthy. raOSe; wile. K4$f7.
, aise-att s akalce, lie; fin cieaaery,
Coal Soft. 10c
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BIKE A SOCIALIST.
Influence That Is to Male Debs'
Scheme a Success,
GIVE THE WOXAI TEE BALLOT,
A CI rally Make Taiaga Social and
Political Level Launching of the Ca
paraUva Commonwealth Began Model
f the Colaale. Is styW , gweialbm
Without Any Religion In It A Sped.
mu Town "eo the Helghta,"
Chicago, June 16. Eugene V. Debs
was cheered to the echo as he stepped
on the platform In Handel hall yester
day. W. K. Burns called the meeting to
order and Introduced Andrew Adair, of
the Typographical union, as chairman.
On the platform were a number of other
labor leaders of note, as veil as Mrs.
Corrinne Brown, Mrs. Cora Blddleston.
Mrs. Kate Kavanaugn, Mrs. Bessie Wolf
and other women who have been promi
nent in the causes of labor and free sil
ver. In substance Debs said: "Thewage
system Is essentially slavery. By It men
are driven to suicide, crime, degradation,
starvation and all other ilia which afnit
the race of men. Millions are suffering.
Something must be done. The time is
ripe. Confidence seems to have taken
wings and flown away." Debs then pro
ceeded to unfold his plan of socialistic
colonization. Andrew Adair spoke
briefly. "The money given in charity,"
he said, "would. If applied In this cause,
furnish employment to twice the num
ber." This was the beginning of the
great socialistic movement headed
by Debs and others.
Great Is the Omnlpreeent Bike. '
The next speaker was Professor Frank
Parsons, and he said that the ally of so
cialism Is the bicycle. It Is the bicycle,
he said, that socialist, niwt tn mwi
the eyes of the people to their light. The
neei is me reiorming Influence. "In
the first place," said Professor Parsons,
"the blCVCle PIVP. im nrwf no ,Jm T.
gives us a healthy. Jolly, justice-loving
peopie. it gives us a democracy, for on
the road the millionaire i. no Haf ham
the tramp. The man with the best pair
oi caives is tne autocrat. The bicycle
will give woman the ballot It will help
us greatly In our reform." This was the
most unique argument advanced at the
meeting at which sprung Into being the
new propaganda which Eugene V. Debs,
Professor Parsons, Myron W. Reed, Ed
ward Bellamy and others hope will con
vert this country from a republic into a
Some Criticism and Revilemenb
The American Railway Union invited
the world to join with it, and enough of
the world arrived to pack Handel hall.
The outline of the new scheme was un
folded and It received an enthusiastic
reception. Debs, Professor Parsons and
Andrew Adair were the speakers. The
church was criticised. The wage sys
tem and monopolies were denounced.
Judge Grosseup was reviled, and the
name of Charles T. Yerkes was hlsBed
as a criminal. There now exists no doubt
that the A. R. U. and its coadjutors will
work together to carry the socialistic
colonization plan to a successful Issue.
The sentiment of the meeting was unan
imcua The Brotherhood of Co-Opera-tlve
Commonwealth Is ready to unite
with the American Railway Union, and
Professor R.M. Johnson, of the "Knights
of Old Glory," a new secret organiza
tion, tendered Its co-operation.
MODEL OF THE FIRST COLOKT.
Socialistic Town In Tenneaaea That Is
Unique of It Kind.
"Our first colony will be modeled In
most details after the town of Ruskln,
Tenn., said Debs. "The principal differ
ence will be that we will charge no fee
for admission to the colony, while Rus
kln does." The system of this unique
little town was explained by A. 8. Ed
wards, editor of The Comln Nation
and one of the most prominent citizens
or tne socialistic colony. "Ours Is the
only socialistic town ever founded." said
he, "which was not based on religion.
Ruskln works rin tho nrlnolnloa
elaltsm, pure and simple. It is located
iu me mountains ox Tennessee, 1,500
feet above the sea level. There 200 peo
ple are working in harmony, and show
ing that the principles of socialism are
"In the main we follow the ideas of
Edward Bellamy, as expressed In 'Look
ing Backward.' But
were Impracticable, and we follow our
u ii way. we nave aooui twenty trades
represented there, but the principle in
dustry is the nrintimr oiHoe Prnm thi.
Is issued The Coming Nation, which is
iiie principal organ or socialism outside
of Germany. We also srt out . wv
so a month all on the subject of social
ism. n,very man, woman and child con
tributes his labor to the community, and
in return his wAtitn nr. nrnvMui A.
When we take in a member, he agrees
to work to tne oest or his ability at
whatever he may be set to do. In re
turn, we aeree to furnish him with fnr.A
clothes, a house and lot and ail the nec
essaries of life.
"The wages are paid In labor checks,
the unit being an hour's work. These
checks are good at the general store or
elsewhere for anything which Is to be
bought. The nrlce nald is the antn.l
cost . The wages are all the same. My
pay as editor ci tne paper is the same as
that of a compositor or a carpenter. I
receive mv reward for extra. c-fTo
the knowledge that I am of that much
more oenent to tne community. I know
that ttta nrnnpMi vfll m tn th, V. u i
. e- uiiuiuB
up of schools and other public Improve
ments, and not to erect handsome resi
dences for some millionaire. The colony
has been in operation for four years. It
was started at Greenburg, Ind., but
moved to Ruskln a year later. It la a
The entire afternoon was devoted to
nrwanlxnttnn and tha n nnnlnlmn. . m
art ...w.w.b ul
committees. There are several hundred
delegates in attendance, and the com
mittee on credentials was unable to fin
ish Its work, so that no general business
Santa Pa Company Bobbed.
Kansas City. June 16. The Star says:
Officials of the Atchison, Topeka and
Santa Fe Hallway company have sus
pected for some time that fictitious
names and the names of dead men have
been carried on the pay-rolls. It ia ru
mored that the company haa been robbed
of thousands of dollars, that one hi eh
official lias already .been discharged for
tha off ease, and that others win toOom
tiess stkI HfCoatafra Kficr
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Worms jCormiisfons .Feverish
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The oM m-sad Tuna-tried
Lexzss Prcnptly Ptifl.
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Your patronage Is sonclded
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Sawed bnllilng stone,
Ashlar nd trimmings
For eheapneH, durability Mid
beauty axoeUad by bob. This
tone does not wash or color tha
wall with alkali, eta. Plant tent
as lor estimatea will reoaive
earefnl attention and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Quarries IS ullei from Book
Island oa the C, B. Q. B. B.
Trains Not. 6 end 10 will stop
and let visitori off aad on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
itcne any size tisslred.
Samples of Stoae aad Photos of
Bnild'urs eaa be seaa at Boom
No. IS. MlteheU Lyade's bulld
Arthur Bnrrall, mauatfcr,
Rod Island or Colona. I1L
' BILLY CATTON'S
Whito Seal sdoon
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OF EVERY .V
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la sot soli la sals. Deal allsw asram to ntS
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St Peal A Mraneanolte
Denver, Ft Worth A K.O..
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Sunday evenlne. a Pallmaa sleeper win te at
the depot after 11 .00. which will lea'e or Oana
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street, M. 1. Toons, arent
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Dau. tPaUy except Sunday.
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Second sworn, L H. Breer. Aeent
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