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A RELOU1.1)TION O>4CMANI)INo AN i
VEHTI(IATION O l I'111.A1N'y M1.AN.
1IC ON 11'LAUlt1fN.
Iloth of tho Monautora from South Uarolina
are Sutmpondod from tie Monato- lho
Oonnittoe on 'ivIl goe sut li10
lios1e CounHtderling the (uestloa
of E xpallon Togothor 'vii tho
Itoluton )olnlulg an In.
vestigaton of Tillan'ud'
[Special to The Greenville News.]
1;MWashington, D. U., Fob. 24.--At
the concl'iion of the morning busi
nss in the Senato today Senator
Pritchard of North Carolina arose
and road a letter addressed to him
by Senator MoLaurin requesting
that an investigation be hold into the
charges made by his colleague in re
lation to his action in voting for the
Washington l!ebruary 2-1th, 1902.
The following is the letter:
"''o the lion. J. U. Pritchard,
United States Senator, Washington.
My Dear Senator: I was prevented
as you know, from offering the roso
lution which I wrote at my desk on
Saturday donanding an investiga
tion of the charges ma1(o by my col
league by being adjudged in con
tempt of the Senate. I am now do
barred the privilego and request you
to introduce the resolution, for the
reason that if the charges are true,
I am unfit to remami a member of
the Senate an I if they are untrue
the man who made them is unfit to
remain a member of this honorable
body. In any event I feel that 1
am entitled to a vindication by the
same body that makes the investiga
tion in the l)roceedings for contem,pt.
I herewith inclose the resolution,
I am yours very truly,
"John Lowndes McLauri n."
Pritchard then offered the follow
ing resolutiou authorizing such an
"Whereas a senator from the
State of South Carolina has charged
in a speech on the floor of the Sen
ate that the junior senator from the
same State had been improperly in
ilnonced in casting his vote for the
ratification of the treaty of pealce be
tween the United States and Spain,
and whereas the said charge was
euiphatically donied by the junior
senator, resolved that the committee
on privileges and elections be di
rected to investigate and report as
to the truth of the said1 charges,
with full power to send for persons
There was evidently no intention
on the part of tihe Senate to have a
discussion of the incident of Satur
day. Senator Hale was promptly
on his feet to object to any course
except to one thatt would prevent
any immediate consideration of the
resolution and moved1 that it he car
ried to the committee on privileges
and elections. When the motion wvas
put by the presiding oflicer there
were no0 .votes in the negative.
When this i-esolution had been dis
posed of McLaurin left the Sen
ate chlamnber and later on Tillmuan
During the afternoon a long do.
bate arose on the question whether
tbe South Carolina senators should
be allowved to vote on t he pending
Philippine bill. Badley of Texas,1
contended that the State was still en
titled to such representation. By a
vote of the Senate, however, nleither
were allowed to vote.
PnlESIDENT INDIcATEis wHo 1s GUIL,TY.
Washington, Feb. 24.--P resident
Roosevelt has withdrawn the invita
tion to Tillman to attend the dinner
to be given to Prince Henry tonight.
The liniment bottle and flannel
familiar objects in nearly every lie
They are the weapons that have been
genlerations to fight 0old Rheumatismi
about as effective in the battle with tI
disease as the blunderbuss of our for
would be in modern warfare.
Rheumiatism is caused by an ac
condition of the blood. It is filled wit
in the joints, muscles and nerves, a:
else applied externally can dislodge' th<
Were deposited there by the blood and ci
Rubbing with l1inimen ts sometimes
pains, but these are only symlptomisa
change of the weather ; the real disean
are infected. Rheumatism cannot b<
until the blood has been p)urified, and
and promptly as S. S. S. It neutral
Sof rich, strong
dissolves and wat
sufferer obtains I
~,S. S. S. con
is a perfect v
exhilarating tonic. Our physicians v
Write about their case, and we will send.
and its treatment. TIl.
'I'IL,MAN AND M'LAURIN 8UH1'ENDED.
\Vashingtoi, "'ob. 21--Senator
Frye, president pro ton of the Son.
ate gave dit octions to the clerks of
the Sonate today that the names of
Sonators Tillinau and Mlaurin of
South Carolina must not ho oalod
on roll calls until further notice.
This fixos the atatus of the senators,
who are practically Huspended from
all senatorial functionis.
IANNA AOIN TIl,LMAN.
Washingtonl L+eb. 24I.--"-The Till
Ian-ltclaurin flight of Saturday
promises interesting developments
when the mat ter is takon ll) in thl
Senate committee of privileges and
elections. Both are under suspen -
sion aid will not be allowed to voto
or take part in tho Senate's reception
to Prince Henry. Senator Hanna
I will exert him-solf to secure the ox.
pulsion of Tillman.
F?III'TING Is CONTAOEOUH.
Washington, Feb. 24--..Great ex
citement was caused this afternoon
by the prospect of a fight on the
Senate floor between the senators
from Maryland. McComas accused
Wellington of having deliberately
misstated McKinley's words to him.
Wellington started to retort, but was
not allowed the floor. Wellington
says he will reply 1itor.
PiEsIDENT FRYE ORDERIS TIlE NAMES OF
OUR TWO SENA'oRR RESTORED TO
[Special to The Greenville News. j
Washington, D. U., Feb. 25.--The
Senate adjourned after being in sos.
sion for half an hour today. The
record says out of respect to the
memory of a member, but in reality
action was taken to forstall further
discussion of the right of the South
Carolina senators to vote. The
President of the Senate, Frye, or
dered their names placed back on
the roll today, not because he feels
his ruling was incorrect, but hOcause,
he says, he wants to shift the respon.
sibility to the Senate.
Thiq responsibility the Sonate will
discharge in some way tomorrow,
Several conferences of both Repub
lican and Democratic senators have
boon hold, but thus far no action has
been taken which one is justified in.
considering a definite policy.
Some policy will doubtless be
agreed upon tomorow morning,
when the meeting of the committee
on privileges and elections will be
hold. One proposition is to suspend
both senators for some definite
period, say five or six days, but this
piroposal has ul to this time met
with no general acceptance.
Sen ator T1ilhuaien feels kcoonly the
act of tihe President in withdrawving
from him an invitation to dine at
the WVhite House. The natural pro.
sumption is that othIer official cour
tesies which every senator is expected
to receive, will b)e withheld from hlim
b)y others identified wvith the official
life of the city.
Exiscusive Htiings on [the Charleston
It must amaze the average wan
derer in the Midway mazes to see
the expensive character of the build.
ings whichl have b)eenl erected by the
caterers to the gaiety of nations.
There is one here, so uniqne, so elab
orate and typical as to attract the
close inspection of all passers. The
front rises fifty feet in the form of a
mamnmoth horseshoe; decorated in
silver, gold and ivory, and it houses
the equine prince, James Key, the
educated horse. The horseshoe front
is forty feet wide and bears in golden
lettnrs the legend, "dout hern bred,
Southern raised and Southern edu
cated." Twvo large oil paintings, by
Newby, showing the wonder in somne
of his feats, set off the lower front of
trip) are /
is giant __
It acrid, irritating matter that settles
14i liniments anmd oils nor nothing
~se gritty, corro' Hing particles. Thy
mi be reached onily thrmough the blood.
relieve temporarily the aches and
which are liIable to return with every
ie lies deeper, thme blood and system
a radically and permanently cured
no0 remedy does this so thorottghly
izes the acids and( senids a stream
blood to th'i affected parts, whlich
shes out all foreign mnaterials, and the
iappy relief from the torturing pains.
talns no potash or other mineral, but
egetable blood purifier and most
alhl advise, without charge, all who
free our special book on R heumnatismi
SWIFT SPECIFIcCO. Atlanta, n.
the shoo. The interior is in keeping
with the outside, and money hias not
boon spared to make Jiw's house on
among Lou thousand. It is safo to
say that no other horse has such i
Many eloctrio lights in cut glass
globes, thriw their rays over painted
and tapestriel walls, tho graceful
balcony and hundreds of coinfortablo
seat. At the back rises a handsome
stage with the appliancos usual to
human dramas, and there, with per
fect aplomb, Jim, daily and nightly,
disports himself, and teaches the
people that ho too is "wise."
Such lavish oxpenditurc is unu
sual in Midways, but Jim and his
owner are a little out of the usual,
and have made many friends in their
wanderings to and fro. It is said
that at the Export. Exposition in
Philadelphia, Jim took in $21,000 in
Heotato.s Iloar and TIlUman Are Agreed on
tho 'hilippino Question.
At no time in the history of the
United States has there boon i more
striking exemplification of the adage
that politics makes strange bodfollows
than is to be seen in the present agroe
mont as to the Philippine question
between Senatora lIoar of Massachu
setts, and Tillman of South Carolina.
The cleverest judge of human na
ture would find it difficult, to suggest
anything else upon which these
gentlemen could agree, but as to the
scuttle policy in the Orient they are
in harmony. Arm in arm these re
presentatives of New England Puri
tanism and Southern chivalry would
walk out of the Philippines and
-glory in the performan ce as ain act
promoting liberty, the rights of man
and the dignty of the republic.
Both of these irreconcilables have
undertaken to just.ify their attitude
relative to the lhilinpin s by refer
ellces to past episodes in American
history. Mr. Tillman can find noth
ing with which to compare the tyr
anny and scomulcrolism of the Philip
pines except, the comparatively re
cent invasion and subjugation of the
slave States by the Nort h. Mr. Hour
finds his terrible example in the war
against Mexico by the United States.
While Messrs. Hoar and Tillman
could not possibly reach an agree
lment on either of those propositions,
they are in more perfect accord than
is the case with any other members
of the Senate who are opposing the
po0licy of the administration. The
others are divided by every descrip
tion of sentiment and opinion, but
these two would haul dowvn the
American flag and sound the retreat
ait Manilla exactly as Mr. Hoar wvould
have (done at Monterey or (Jhepuhte
'roe much houscwork wrecks wo
men's nerves. And the constant
care of chih(lron, day and night, is
ofton too trying for ecycn a strong
woman. A haggard face tells the
story of the oVerworked housewife
and mother. Deranged menses,
leucorrhowma and falling of the
womib result from overwork.
Every housewife nleeds a remedy,
to regulate her menses and to
keep her sensitive female organs
in perfect condlitionI.
is doing this for t.hiousandsl( of
-American women to-day. it cured
Mrs. Jones and thant is why she
writes tis franuk letter:
GlIondcan o, Ky., F01). 10, 1901.
I am so glad that your Wino of (oardui
is helphig mec. I amn fooling bette*r than
I havo ftel. for years. I am, doing m -
own work without any help, andI
wvashed Inst wocok mand was not ono bit,
tired. That, shows t.hat theo Wino is
doing mo good. I am gof(ing~ Iieshior
than, Iovor was beforo,'and sloop good
and eat hoarty. Reuforo I hogan taking
wino of (Cardui., I used to havi to la
down fivo or six timos ovory day, but
now I do not thbxk of lying downr through
the day. Mna. RronlA nr> JONRs.
81.00 ATi Dlht;:ouITN.
Ai net -II boxes, sealed with b)luo ribbon.
utte oatdi. tEefas eluagrrou.s sbstl
tOnanda i'nlte e,. ioryu nigg
net , a a Mall. l0,000'estim,onials, sold by
OHIIOHESTUa OHEUMIAL 00.
100 M1adlson aqauare, PHIA.gg, ge.
. Montie Me ape .
poo und as Mr. Tillman would have
don at Gettysburg or Appomattox.
Mr. Hoar has quoted approvingly
the celebrated remark of Tom Cot
win to the effect that he hoped the
Mexicans would welcome the Amenri
can army of invasion with bloody
hands to hospitable graves. There
were all too many such graves for
the heroic soldiers of the North, but
the sentiment of the American poo
ple toward thon was not voiced by
the treasonable Corwin. It has found
lasting and beautiful expression in
the words of the poet O'Hara:
On ame's eternal ground
Their slout tents are spread,
And Glory guards with solemn round
The bivouac of the dead.
If Mr. Tillnan had a sense of hu
mor he would supplement Mr. Hoar's
appeal to the treason of Corwin by
citing some of the utterances of that
other distinguished Ohio recalcitrant,
Clement L. Vallandigham, who, dur
ing the civil war, hold the same at
titudo toward the federal government
that Corwin maintained toward it at
the time of the war with Mexico.
Mr. Hoar can not possibly indorse
thu disloyalty of Corwin more enthu
siastically than Mr. Tillman can sub
scribe to the disloyalty of Vallan di
All this can be said without deny
ing the courage and the patriotism
in a general sonse of Corwin and
Vallandigham and of Hoar and Till
man. The mistake which all -.f these
men have made lies in the fact that
they have carried their opposition to
a policy to a point where it has
amounted to hostility to the govern
mont. They have set their judgment
against that of the great mass of
their fellow citizens and they have per
mitted their opposition to politicians
to place them in a position of hostil
ity to the army and the flag.
Vinol Is a Wonderful Tonic
The Reason Why
We Endorse It So
We have had considerablo experience
in being able to watch the offects pro
duced by- various tonics. We can em
phatically state that we know of nothing
that will act as a general robuildor,
strength restorer and flesh creator, bet
ter than Vinol.
When we fool as sure as we do of the
good that can be accomplished by this
scientific remedy, it would seem strange
did we not endorso it and recomn nd it.
as highly as woe are continually doing.
It is painful for us to see any of our
friends or fellow townspeople, weak and
debilitated and unable to enjoy life and
in a condition where they are apt to
succumb to some serious illness, wvhqn
we feel as sure as we do, that If they
would but take Vinol, they would find
it to be a strength builder and a health
We know that Vinol contains in a
highly concentrated form, those inmpor
tant medicinal elemnits that have alway:u
made cod liver oil famous. Weo know
also that Vinol does not contain grease
and is delicious to take and we knowv best
of all of hundreds of people who have
boen cured and made strong by it. IIere
is one of many.
Mrs. G. W. IIENRY, 205 First Ave.,
Joliot, Illinois, says:
"I take the greatest of pleasure in
recommlending such a fine toning an:d
strengthening medicine as Vinol. I felt
run downl and was always tired. I had
no ap)petite and did not seem to digest
the food I ate p)roperly. I have betna
taking Vinol for about two weeks andl
feel strong and wvell. I now thmoroughly
enjoy my meals andl my domestic anul
social duties, which used to fatigun me,
are now a source of pleasure. I am now
a sincere friend of Vinol."
When we talk of Vinol, we know
whereof we speak and will refund
your n2oney If you are not satisfied
after giving it a fair trial, that what
we tell you about it is absolutely true.
W.E. Peham &Son
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