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MiClfcTBnf m MoCABKBUf.
J. J. BOACU,
Anatacj a taw.
WK. L. LUDOLPH,
AWataay a Law.
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SWEE5IT m WALXKS,
Ooamoon M Law.
ClUBLt3 J. rIEABLX,
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CUAS. IL 1IUBBELL,
Auoraai at Law Jrctloa of tha
OfflM la tMC'ttUaO. Tarphoaaw,
DR. WU. H. PATTOS,
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BID OF GAGE'S TALK.
Sifirtttry of tht Traatury Closet
lilt 6tttmnt to tho Houm
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tar lctalattaai Batwaaa Kaw aa 11
Mawart la taa Biaali Baya It
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Alaa Oaaa Cax la laaHactta.
WaahlnctOD. Dec It Secretary Gart
waa before the bouse banking and car.
reticy committee anin yeaterdar eluci
dating the points In bla financial bill
After the whole measure bad been read
through and explained a general dla-
cusston began. In answer to a croae
flre of questions Gage said tha bill could
not reault la a raid on the treasury by
bank notes. It waa not the aupplanting
of aa "endless chain" of greenbacka by
another "endleaa chain" of bank notes.
The banka would have to redeem thelt
awn notes, and It would be to their ad
vantage to do so, or they would be
dosed. But ao long aa a dollar of de
mand obligations waa outstanding
ao long this "endleaa chain" would go
"A Bat la the RigM Dltactlaa."
He said: "This bill Is simply a aten la
the right direction and a most Important
step. it would give the covernment
tS3.000.00 of the very liabilities which
are moat likely to be brought against
It. Of this tl2S.000.000 Is In rold. Then
with the further measure recommend
ed by the president giving authority for
a loan np to 100.o0,00 when required.
Uie government would be ao strong In
time of emergency aa to resist any
stress. Faith would be established, and
people would not come to the treasury
for lark of faith, but only from neces
ralltles m Re la! lag to Flaaacaa.
This brought on an Interesting and
amusing discussion of politics as relat
ing to finance. Itrostus asked If the
secretary felt that the bill would obviate
any probability of the country'a being
forced to a silver basis. The secretary
thought It woulj beyond question.
"Suppose the next election should
tring a house of representatives favor.
able to free silver," anked Fowler, "and
a free silver bill was Vasned by the
bouse and by the senate. Now"
I object." Interpirsed Hill. Republi
can, "as that Is not even a hypothetical
It Is a certainty" declared Cox.
IVmorrat. amid laughter. In which Sec
retary Rage joined.
tiaga WmM Depend oa tlia Veto.
Fowler pressed his question. "Be
tween 1S9S, when this free silver meas
ure might be passed by congress, and
1900. when the advocates of "sound
money" returned to power, could the
country go to a silver basis?"
Gage's answer brought another round
of laughter and applause: "In view of
the altsolute certainty of a presidential
veto." said he. ' I think we could pull
This closed Gage's hearing and he
waa given a vote of thanks. Several
members sought to have another hear.
Ing during the holidays, but there was
strenuous objection to this, and the
original plan waa adhered to of ad
Journlng until Jan. 12, when the Gage
bill, tha monetary conference bill and
other financial measures will be taken
IrEWART INSIST! OX HIS FOIST.
Tkat Cage's BtatoaMat Meaaa Oald Staad-
ant for Claeii.
Washington, Dec. IS. The only lncl
dent of Interest in the senate proceed-
Inga yesterday was when Stewart of
Nevada ruae to a question of personal
privilege to reply to a charge which he
said had been made against him by
Chandler, a charge which he character
ised aa a very grave one. He referred
to the assertion of the New Hampshire
senator that he (Stewart) had misrep
resented the attitude of the administra
tion on the financial question. He had
extracts read from the atatement made
Thursday by Secretary Gage before the
bouse committee on banking and cur
rency to ahow that the administration
waa committed to the gold standard.
He contended that thia statement fully
confirmed all he had said, and further
that It manifested a determination to
place the control of the currency In the
banda of the banka, giving them all
tha advantagea and exacting from them
Piatt of Connecticut aubmltted the
report of the special Joint committee of
the senate and house of represent
Uves appointed to investigate the use
of alcohol In the arts. It developed
that a aide divergence of opinion exiaia
among aenatora aa to the practicability,
from tha point of view of government
revenue, of reducing the present tax
upon alcohol used in the arts. Hoar
declared that If congress would lay
aside political conaiderattona and deal
with the liquor question courageously
and honestly by the imposition of an
additional tax of $1 a barrel on beer the
Question of the government revenuea
would take care of Itself.
Tba bouse Klondike relief bill waa
aent to conference) a Joint resolution
waa passed accepting Norway's Invita
tion to participate In a fisheries exhibi
tion next year and lZi private pension
bills were passed. One of them granted
a pension of $30 a month to Cassius M.
Clay, Sr.. of Kentucky, a major general
In the United Statea army during the
war of the rebellion. The balance of tha
session waa devoted to eulogies on the
late Representative Uolman. of In
The house completed the considers
tlon of the legislative, executive and
Judicial appropriation bill. excepting the
paragraph relating to the civil service.
By agreement the debate on this latter
1 paragraph will go over until after the
holidays. N JamenJments of importance
were adopted. The bouse refused to
accept the swnate amendment to the
bill for tha relief of the miners In the
upper Tnkoa and it was sent to confer
ence. During the sesekn Cox of Ten
nessee spoke of Secretary Gage's testi
mony before the banking and currency
conu&ittee as a fxaak statement of Uta
rasltlon of tha aumlnlatratioa. He had
avowed his adherence to the gold stand
ard aa againat bimetallism, and hia
whole bill was designed to uphold and
perpetuate that standard. A bill waa
paaaed to Increase the cost of the gov
ernment building at the trana-Miaaia-
aippl exposition 112.500 and the cost of
the government exhibits a like amount.
AXOTHEX ITS NOTICED CLACSaV
Thla TtkM IS b la tha AnU-Pelagte Bill
Foalrr and Laarirr.
Washington, Dec. 18. it has de
veloped that the bill relating to pelagic
sealing which haa Just passed both
branches of congress and ia before the
president contains a provision of far-
reaching Importance, which haa thus
far escaped attention. Thla places an
absolute prohibition on the further
bringing of sealskins into the United
Statea from any source whatever. As
the United States ts the largest market
In the world for sealskins this complete
stoppage of the trade In this country
Is a severe measure against the Brit-
Ish and Canadian Industries which take
and cure the skins and then dispose of
them largely In the United States.
When the bill waa proposed It waa gen
erally supposed that its only purpose
was to prohibit American citisena from
rarrying on pelagic Beating. Thla feat
ure waa the only one to attract atten
tion during the discussions.
The correspondence which has passed
between Sir Wilfrid Laurler. the Can
adian premier, and Colonel Foster, the
American negotiator, touching the seal
negotiations since tHte Washington
conference last month has Just been
made public. It consists of two letters.
In the first Sir Wilfrid passes upon the
proposition from our government which
was taken back to Canada by him at
the conclusion of the conference. He
says he is willing to enter at once upon
review of the whle seal question.
though the Paris award was made re
vlsable only at the end of five years,
provided tha other questions of im
portance to the two countries Immi
gration, reciprocity, fish protection, etc.,
tie considered at the same time.
He declines, however, to suspend
sealing meantime, on the ground that
the fleet would be dissipated entirely;
that the owners of vessels would be en
titled to compensation beyond the dis
position of parliament to vote, and
finally, that, as shown by the experts'
report, there Is now a tendency towards
equilibrium In the maintenance of the
seal herd. He suggests that if a Joint
commission to consider all questions at
issue. Including this, be at once ap
pointed, it would be possible to secure
the necessary legislation from parlia
ment at the February aesslon and from
congress during the present session to
Insure the execution of any recom
mendation with regard to Behrlng sea
The second letter Is from Foster to
Sir Wilfrid. Foster says that Sir Wil
frld'a answer Is a declination of his
proposition and a renewal of the
Canadian proposition made at
the conference, and the president de
clines to reverse his position on that
point. Should the herd reach the
equilibrium pointed out by Sir Wilfrid
it will have passed the period when
negotiatlona will be of any avail.
Besides, as the United States will be
put to the expense of $150,000 to main
tain the patrol next year pelagic seal
ing ought to be voluntarily given up,
because it Is unneighborly and inhu
man. Foster expresses regret that Sir
Wilfrid's visit to Washington gives so
little promise of satisfactory results.
but entertains the hope that it may yst
near good fruit.
Chicago Grain and Prodo.ee.
Chicatro. Deo. 17.
Following were the Quotations on the
Hoard or. Trade today: wheat Decern
ber. opened $1.004. closed Ji.OOU: Janu
ary, opened 94c, closed 9tc; May, opened
skc, clewed 81c. Corn December,
opened I574c closed 26c: January,
opened 26c, closed 26c; May, opened
zyfcc, closed ZSc. Oats December,
opened 21 He, closed 21Hc; May, opened
2c closed 22fcc Pork December,
opened and closed nominal: January,
opened $$.50. closed $8.55; May. opened
S&SZtt. closed $S.S2Vfc. Lard December,
opened and closed nominal: January,
opened $4.52. closed $4.524.
iroduce: Butter txtra creamery.
zzc per lb; extra dairy. 19c; frest
packing stock. 13c, Eggs Fresh stock.
20c per dos. Dressed poultry Turkeys
12c per lb; chickens. S6c; duck;
He. Potatoes Northwestern. 50'
COc per bu. Sweet potatoes Illinois.
$1.50j2.S0 per bbL
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. Dec. 17.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day.
30.000. Sales ranged at $2.953.50 for
plBJt. $3.353.52tt for light. $3.2563.30 for
rough packing. $3.37H3.ua for mixed
and $3.35t?3.S2fe for heavy packing and
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day. 6.000. Quotations ranged at $5.00
(19.50 for choice to extra steers, $4.50
6.00 good to choice do.. $4.40(34.85 fair
to good. S3.. .-4.40 common to medium
do.. $3.70fi 4.20 butchers' steers, $3,009
5 stockers. $.1.6024.15 feeders. $1,901?
3.80 cows. $2.0&4.50 belter. $2 25fi4.C0
bulls, oxen and staga. $3.0064.15 Texas
ateera. and $3.50tJ6.50 veal caltes.
Sheep Estimated receipts for the
day. e.000. Quotations ranged at $3.60
fft.aO westerns. $3.1064.80 natives, and
If llarankM Orrnir.
Milwaukee. Dec. 17.
Wheat Steady: No. 1 northern. Me:
No. 2 spring. 86c: May. 8Uc Corn-
Unchanged; No. 3,Z6c Oats Steady;
No. z white, Z3KZ3& Bye Firm;
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nay-Timothy. tPQaV; wild, 137.
Ho ta toe irM0c
Batter Fair to eboloe. 30c: fresh creamery.
Ducks AUte. Tc; areated, 10 &
Cattle Hutckera pay for corn fed ateera
IVOo; ouwiaad kcilen, 3Q3y,c; ealvee,
If same tieonla would lamrh mora.
ueir doctors bills would be leaa.
CASTOR I A
For Izt&nts and Chiltlna.
SAD RESULT OF THE BEER TRADE.
Baby Swallow a Btasa Ckcek and Tarn
from Black to Grata.
St Louis, Dec. IS. A green baby was
the curious freak which came to the
city dispensary Thursday morning. Ell-
nore Fry, colored, 18 months old, was
taken there by her mother. The baby
waa turning green and her mother waa
greatly alarmed. The child was a light
mulatto, and Its complexion, and espe
cially the whites of its eyes, had a de
cided green tinge. Persistent question
ing of the mother by the dispensary
physician elicited the fact that some
days ago the child had swallowed a
brass beer check.
The check was still In the child's
stomach and. corroded by the acids In
the stomach. It changed to verdlgrla
and was absorbed by the blood. The
physician administered medicines. "If
the treatment does not prove effective
I shall have to perform laparotomy,"
Jam Batter Guilty M Chargod.
Waukesha Wis.. Dec. 18. James But
ler, who has been on trial In the circuit
court for the killing of his wife, was
convicted of murder In the first degree.
Butler's counsel moved for a new trial.
Judge Dick has taken the motion under
advisement, and will announce his de
cision on Monday. The crime for which
Butler was convicted waa a most brutal
one. The Butlers lived at Lisbon, a few
miles from Waukesha, where op the
tiignt of July 6 Mrs. Butler was literally
harked to pieces with an ax In the
hands of her husband.
Mrs. Corbett Married Again.
Danville. Ills.. Dec. 18. Mrs. Carrie
Corbett, the plaintiff In the Corbett
Gemand breach of promise suit, haa
been married to Daniel W, Lyons, of
this city.' The groom ia five years
younger than the bride and has been a
commission merchant In this city, and
later ran a saloon. He waa some time
ago sued In the circuit court by Mrs.
Corbett, who obtained a Judgment
against him for borrowed money. Thla
Judgment he satisfied Just before her
trial with John Gernand.
Wire Combine a Long Way Oft
Cleveland. Dec. 18. It will be at least
three months before the next step can
be taken In forming the big wire nail
combination. The date to which It la
now understood that the options extend
for the sale of properties for the consol
idation Is March 81. It will take the
expert appraisers all of that time to
finish the work of determining values
and fully as long a time must be at
the disposal of the auditors In getting
an idea or the business of the different
Haprr.ms Court Practice Dechloa.
Springfield, Ilia, Deo. 18. The su
preme court of Illinois yesterday ren
dered a -very Important practice de
cislon. The court held that application
must be made to It when parties desire
to file briefs from the appellate court,
and that the application must be ac
companied by an affidavit showing that
such briefs are necessary and the rca
sons why they are necessary.
Peter Maker Againat the World.
Pittsburg, Dec. IS. M. J. Connolly and
, J. Qulnn have deposited $1,000 with
the sporting editor of the PittsburgDis-
patch to back Peter Maher against any
man In the world for the heavyweight
championship. The Maher people will
claim the title If the challenge Is not
accepted within a reasonable time. The
defi is aimed particularly against Shar
Boage Wasn't In tha Grave.
Holland, Mich., Dec. 18. Charles
Ronge, an eccentric and wealthy farm
er, aged 61, has been missing from hia
home about ten days. A new grave,
freshly sodded. In a lonely spot on the
south side of Black lake, suggested a
possibleexplanation; but when examined
a day or two after It was discovered It
was found to have been opened. Mur
der is feared by his family.
Laetgert Trial Goea oa Again.
Chicago, Dec. 18. Robert Anners was
accepted by both the prosecution and
defense In the Luetgert case as a juror
yesterday. He waa selected to take the
place of Henry Boas berg, who was dls
charged Thursday. This completes the
Luetgert Jury once more. The opening
statements for the state and defense
were repeated to the newly completed
Of Co one It Waant Keeded.
Covington. Tenn., Dee. 18. William
Johnson died on the scaffold yesterday,
Company R, National Guard, was pres.
ent to protect the prisoner had there
been signs of lynching, but it was not
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M arahan m Ttahar. frtrjraaa.
TrBaaTa laa. Op.... ...CUcago
F rotidaaee Waakfogtoa IaavOm. Iorldeaoe
taper laa. Oa Loadoa
falartealaa laa. Oo ....XdiabcnU
lafllaaAakarkaa laa. Co.,
..Litarpooi aaA Honralk
raaHe las. Cs... .....Htw Terk
Office Boom SO aftllcfaeU Ljnde'
Block. Tslephons Mo. 1030.
fjjm fc.mii 1
Jtolabte?mirartfTi for As-
(ton. Sour Stomo&DiaiTtoea,
ncsandloss or Sleep.
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W TTEW "YORK.
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Tka o'id Mra and naa-irkt
Baiaatlow aaay rtllabla; wiiij aaa aflBM,
Tear patraaagtis aaltetoaA
Kepreserts the follow ten well
known Fiie and Aecifent Idbut
las Ob :
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Fidelity aad Castalty
Office comer Eighteenth itree and
Second avenne, lecond floor.
Sawed buililnj ttone
Athlxr tnd triisiamgs
For oheapneii, durability and
beaat j axoeUed by bob. Tail
Bton doM aot wash or color tha
wall wlta alkali, bVo. Plant Mat
ob for aUmatea will jm
oareiol BttonUoa And bt tarBBd
promptly Bt our ezpesje.
Qaartiet 11 alleafrora Book
I aland oa thaOi, B. 4k Q. B. B.
Trains Hob. Bad 10 will stop
Bad la. fliiton off aad oa.
Erid;3 stent, csrn crib
blosks and fssndatlea
ttcn tny tlzs dsslred.
' SaatBlaa of Btoas aad Taotoaof
BaJldlawB oaa ba aaaa at Booa
0. lJkltebaU a. LradB'lballd
Arthur Barrall. manager.
Rock Idaod or Colona. UL
I V,4l I .eff I
" IPACTCOFf Py waaJtta.
Whits Seal saloon
1815 Second Aveaca.
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13 ON THE
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ts act aoM la balk. Ota 1 allow Bayaa ta sail
yoa MTtUag alt ta tha pUa r AtaiM that II
la "Jott M goal" aaA "win aasvar ttary
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THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
way Tlckeu can M parekaaad or fcaaaag
eked at B I P Twantlath alraat depot, of
CIIAF depot, corner Fifth aranae and Thirqr
Bist street, Vraak H Pluaaer. Aaant.
Uaatat Ualtad aOaaka
n. Wortk, Daatat K.O.
10 40 pat
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Dacvar. Ltncola A) Osaka..
Dantar, ft. Worth 3k E. O.
a una at. josana.
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tMaacatiM tie Wlltoa
Arrival. tDepaitare. tDaltr.
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raorla, BaardatowB. Bat-
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Daily. tDally aacapt taaaay. . . "
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BUPatl Bnaaas AM aa UMtaa
FieifhtaiidAti.aailiPa. SgS I aot
Patty iieaBtBaaeay. ,
Dooa Iaxabd a Paoau Batlwai
Danot nnt AfBtat tad f laBMt n 111
B. BtotaMoaa, toa'l . TTft ABata-
TBAIWB. Lsats Aaarta
Acc aodatlaa Freight "lO:B0 aa lOXTna
Peoru a St Loola Mall Xx... aa-OSaa B:t0 pat
lV'ataM......M..M... 1.45pm 11:15 aa
PaaaAetoaa. Pratatn 7:10 pa i A aa
SBerrtrd acanraortalloa kMaa 4M pta
Oabla AMtaasiodatlca.., :40am tM pa
0ai aad BMrrarA Aaeaa.. I: pa BM aaa
tralas laata O.B.LAP.
arwM) dapot ta (k) stranM Mrlka, mmt a-aa
I va!TOMkaraa a mmg, aa aaMS aaaaB
To tile Eta iia tha
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