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iiirul IIIIIIIIIIIIIUlllllullmdlllul 1111IIIIIIIIIIIIIUlllllullmdlllul Iuvtiring IntrriiHlliinul llliutHlllii llliutHllliitVAHiiixoTiiN
tVAHiiixoTiiN AMIIllIS Feb 1lb Udenetal Hhmtnl dobat Ilotnl o othe 01 01the
the Financial bill hii closed today In Illhl thoHtmati thoHtmatiThe klnnll klnnllThl
officer Mr Fry ruled tha thaunder t tI tunler
I The Thl presiding lrlldlnl ofler OIl Iu II
under the Ihl unanimous IMnllol agreement IllCCllllt tu tak la i iToto I ITolo
Toto tomorrow It would 1111 bu entirely Itrcv In II ordar ortIr b bproisiiaaiuendments 10 10pO
ot th thfinal the theanal
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proisiiaaiuendments pO I all nJllnls II 111
final vote voteMr voll vollI
Mr I Toller Tulr ISII Ilil Hep II Col addressed ahJrp e1 Ihe Hen Hentt pn pnatl
tt atl In opioiltlon Otllltol t In thn h bill lill H I saldlt Mllli wai waithe n nIhe
the Housa 10usI lull I whiHi wllih wn M really rly undor Ill1r con conIderallon 111 111llllraton
Iderallon llllraton uot 101 the Ih Hlnll Semite substitute MII llllu Soboil Soboilcould ully ullycould
could say that If I the Senate 1lllf substitute UI tll won woncarried wnwcllrld1
cllrld1 carried by a uiianlmoim IlantlolH vote ol It was US likely Ihly t tb Ibeoml >
beoml b com a liw in view IeI of thu t ictlon lIlon ot tin tinHouse I I10uae
House 10uae And yet Y I the lluiiso HOI bill bil had not beei beeidlscustcd be1 be1dllcuuc1
dlscustcd In tho Iht Henate Hlnalo aliliuueli Ilh1uh i I wa wamore wamorl >
more morl than thal likely Ikoly that It would Iuuhl be bt r rOllrf1 rOllrf1bnrl i > ortei orteiback
back bnrl by IJ tha Ihl conference committee comlllou Mr Tolle Tollergu lolH lolHrru
rgu d J that Iho tlt word pruifliil 1rullt as a applied olllle1 K Kthe 10 10thllr6enbak
the thllr6enbak greenbacks In regard rtlid to tholr legal tuiulei tuiuleiquality tUIII r rQUIII
quality QUIII was wa delusive dehlll 1 that Ihullt It did dil not mean IOln tin tinmount 111 111amounl
mount of greenbacks Irt nl3cks now in existence cxlMlonl rim rimthat Illl Illlthat
that It did tlJ mean 1lllhat thut the greenback 1tnblkIHlhIIIO 1tnblkIHlhIIIOtie paid init inittha
tha tie Treasury froulr and In1 reissued would uull nut have tin tinlegal 111 111lelnl
legal lelnl temlcr lellipr ijuallty 1lllty Ho I donlnd dUII1 Unit Iltl the thecountry Ihl Ihlrunln
country runln was wn legally Illlly on n goM 011 standard Ilnmlln1 No Nobodyoiltflilnof o obody
bodyoiltflilnof body outII or Ihe th lnllPil 11011 Htates ha hl hulJ bf bfllond le lellud
llond llud tha country eOlllry to bo on a gold old htandiird htandiirdnd hllndllI hllndllIand
and nd It 1 was Wid only through throllh executive xcellvo usurpatlor usurpatlorthat ulrlllon ulrlllonthat
that It was practically practealy on n gold 1011 standard lnnllarl Am Amtha Anlj
tha thl rewon why tho pending lIllln bill bi wo to b bpassod L Lpalod <
j passod palod was wnlho the fear that thu people might II ht sem semto sC111 sC111to
to the Senate to tho Houso 10u I ol lloproeiitiilMc lloproeiitiilMcndtothe Iomatlcs Iomatlcsanl
anl ndtothe 10 the Whllo Whlo Houso 1010 wen who would 101111 havi havithe bII bIIthe
the courage eouralo to stand an1 liy tho Interests of tin tinwhole Ihl
I whole people and nlll enforce Ihi Ih law as it I now ox oxIt oxI
It I In conclusion rOlc1uylol Mr Ir Teller fllruld fllruldI mid midI
I dislike tt lh to say ny anything IUYlllol acaimt Rlailil tlio He Hepublican H HlubHean
lubHean publican partjr nrl bul 1 would wOIII be untrue InlrUI to my myoil 1 1el
oil el It I did tlllol nptsuy MIY that in my judgment JIhnwn thai thaiparty IhtIut
party Iut has In nbandonud IbiullulUllh It gitiat 11at principle Irilciplo nt Hit Hitgreatest Ih IhIrentlst
greatest Irentlst good 100lii0 to the greatest Ittntelt number IUIler Hut Blt ll llhas I
has Ilu fallen Illhn Into 1110011 evil hands hlll nnd lnl Ihlr hern Is no hopf hopffrom hOf hOftrom
from It for a distressed 1 tI L and not adlluted nnlulel country
1 do not tMllevo 1lvvllhal that tho agencies 1111I which hleh COR CORtrol cnr
trol It will allow It illo to Itllli stiind for rlchteoune rllhoUI s snnd
nnd Ind justice JII wil o allow Its I pillclis 1111 will I be t tlclntI illetiitul not notfrom 101 101froll
from Its membership tint Ilt from the great t com cominercliileentroK COl
froll inercliileentroK IPtrcll1 1IIrA CUIIOI overborne OVtlllrl1 II und 111 weighed 11llhel Ile tlown tlownby dOWI
by greed 1 cannot caolot forgot lorluillat that that imrty has hasstood
stood tJ Ircel for all ni that was In good 1001 I cannot cannotforget Cltlnot Cltlnotj
j forget that s was 11 organized OtlUIZel and nlt came cameInto CI I I
f Into existence a l n protest Irolrl ualn allu allutveu t tavery
tveu avery of whlta whlu men und 1111 black bllc men menlike mel
like 1 i I cannot forget torlel thut thlt It stood for a alum alumhiI num number ¬
ber hiI of jenrsfir u nr all Rl that 111 was wn good 10 In govern government oorn oornJnent ¬
ment recognizing rolllll Its obligations o Ial lone to tn poopln pooplnad 111plalIIOI
ad not to wealth ellih Oh Mr Jr 1rmltloiit I regret regretthat rlret rlretthat
alIIOI that I am compelled eoml II1 to say M now 101 that Ihl I Iwllovn IwllovnIt hIHI
It has abandoned IhlldIIIM HH great r mission 111lon that 111 It hsi hsibitniloueil hf
I bitniloueil blnlolllll its regard for tha Ih plain llillluPIf peoplr If Ifthere I
there I Is hope f fIlh < f the lloiutdlc U t Is I with lh them themand Ihemj
and hil not with holo Uiu I ho rich 1ulUhlo It I is I proposed lrullIsll1 that thllho thllhoHIlhlan the thellttpiibllcaii
11t101 llttpiibllcaii party 1lrlY shall lnl plaeu pllu upnn IInn Its I banner bannerthe bllne
j the th HIlhlan words Hold lold and n1 Ulory These lhlMI words wordswere wordywor
were never tlm lll rallying ra Iyll cry of freodom hut huthave hulIln
have Iln ever WI been bcol the rallying 1llylll cry r of wrong OnK und undilaypotlsm 111 111de
You addressing thn KepiiMloan KepiiMloannldc
ilaypotlsm de m YOI 1IIt IHr HIVIIlpan
nldc vol of tha th donate olnl may lay glory I10ry in 1111 It but you OU will willllud wil wiltlli
111 llud nonu of that entm ulll > lam lal none 10ue of that thatreal llnl llnll
tlli 1011
real l at true 1111 glory Ilorr which wlidl followed folow r you 01 when you youtut YOIIJnt
tut nion Ion your flag nlll the llu words IViuiilltyllhcrty IViuiilltyllhcrtylustlce I I 11 I 11lj herty hertyIUstce
Jnt lustlce Homes for the Poor 1ren Fro N 11el pencil pencilmd
ald IUstce md Free Jom Men II Tho hl peopl Ieovl will wi take takedown tnedon
down 1r thu Ihl banner anlcr of gold 011 and 1111 glory Ilorr md mdxvlll 11 11II
xvlll put upon It u INI tlM and nl1 atti nUnh nUnhto > nllon nllonto
to II tlm rlt wants Wllia Ipon of mankind mUlklnd They hy will wt demand demandmen lulII1 lulII1Iuch
Iuch men 111 legislation as a will 11111 give to all allh thu wotting wottingmen 11111
men of a lfllutOn the country equality cllall bedim tlro thn Ih law lawnnd In Inlld
nnd lld len wllUay that it IH I n 11 t Ihl < hn mlsolon of this thiscreut Ihl IhlI
I creut wllay 1 politlDai oll nllIIIY parly I to legislate 1111 lnlo for a few lint lintto 111 111to
to 5rf legislate lellllntllr lor all 11 You IU cannot Jllnll close clo o thu 111 ilour ilourof INrI
of opportunity to thu Ihl ontt 01 nnd 1111 open 011 lltnthn lltnthnotlmr II to Ih IhNhr
I otlmr without wllholl abandoning nLnnlonh1 tho principle plncl11 of tho thollepubllo Iheellblo
llepubllo And when whollhll that time tll comes tole thu thl Hn Hnpublican Il
publican lubcIIInrt ellblo partv will wi co 10 down 10WI to merited merlcl doteat doteatnd delealand
and nd disgrace disgraceAt diMmeAt
At thn Ihl close of Mr 3f Tellers fIr ol peech ch tho thounondrnenls Ihoamontmeii
unondrnenls proi sed to tho bill bil came Nln uii II for foretlon foraction
action amontmeii the Ih first of them being b111 that hiI reiotteil reiotteilfrom rIHt1from
from the th Finance ContnlU V > nimittn that IIal the IhMt act Is N not notIntended notIneuIlllo
Intended IneuIlllo 1IIIneo lo place la any IIY obMaeln ola < o In II tha Ih way WI of oftha 01thl
tha rnetalllsm rnetalllsmIn thl itccotnpllshinout Iccomldhmoll of International IIIorlHlolal hi hirnetalllsm I
Jltnlism JltnlismII In II tlm t colloquy oloIY that Iml succeeded AICIIlell Mr r Yo YoIIem vust vustdiem
diem Moi ro bitterly blltir nssallod nllc1 the II amendment amendmentdelusion ImIlm11 ImIlm11at
at IIem a delusion delulnl his Ia this bill II Im declitrttl declitrttland Itel l I Iln1
and ln1 thu th last clmnco chnl for bimeiaill hllllnlm m hu hal been beendestrorod llIn llIndetrofol
destrorod detrofol It I would wllll b sn absoiutc nL iutp roaring roaringJ rorll
J flro rcotfiscida In SNll blmttulllc 1111111 < commission pOIIIlon alirnud alirnudArt
Art those 110 foreigners rorfhreu Idiots IlnlH und aisesy IU A I Will Willthey Wil
they not lot ear You 01 have hIIf jus gone 10CO on 01 thn Ih cold coldstandard Iold Ioldlanlnrl
standard ou lmv passed la I1 an ni act which whlhJpod was wasoppoiod
lanlnrl
oppoiod by b all the Ih friends fr1011s nf silver flher In II tlm tlmUnited thAUnltd
United Jpod Stales 11 and Rn was a supported by ull al thn thnKold IhoIold
Kold Iold standard slanlnflaIocaI18 advocates And Allinow now you Inl nek nfk us usto 1
to go Into a conference while hlo your our hands Inlii are arestill Ir
nlOltrCnCI
still metal 1111 reuklng r klnl with wih the bluod luoJ ut thu Ihl white whitemetal wliu wliu10tnl
metalMr 10tnl
Mr Ir AM Alllridl rich flep 11I K I > In charge charlf of thn th litll litlldefended lll llldehmtellho
defended dehmtellho tho counm COlrll of thn Ih Finance 1llnlce Committed Committedlu omllt A Alu
lu reporting rel the amendment amendmentMr
> InwlIIII InwlIIIIrr
rlli IH
Mr rr Chandler Ihuldler ill dLI p N II 11 offered olerf1 as 18 un unmonument 11
amnliuoll monument to the Ihf iMiumltteu llnlllu amendment nmeumpnlOIO nmeumpnlOIOIfclarl1 one onedeclaring
declaring It I to be I the 111 existing f1 lnl policy poly of II the theUnited II
United Ifclarl1 Unll lllll States to continue nlnul the th u 18 of both johl johlIn1 gold goldnnd
nnd In1 silver eler us 1M ctundard flllllnl money mOi and nlLlo to coin 1111 both bothKold tHII h
Kold 1011 and nn1811e silver Into inimoy 10noy of t 1llnl iml fntilnsio fntilnsioand lut 111 111In1
and In1 esuhanuealde esehnllallo value llu such 81ch iiuallty 1lnly t 10 bo bosecured boaecurd
secured through Ihrlulh an In International IltrratOll1 agreement agreementor UlrOCI11 UlrOCI11or
or by legislation legislationMr lelllllon lelllllonMr
Mr Btewart Hil Hep HI Nevt e1 optioned 0I108l1 both bothmcndrnentsand bolhamendmenls
amendmenls mcndrnentsand BrIl i said llllhll tlmt ho 10 stood 8100 with lh tha thaSenator 111
Senator from Mls 1ourl ourl Mr Ir Vest rslMr t tMr <
Inltr Mr Lindsay LII181J Wor Dora Kvi iv I also opposod oPo o1 tho thomendmenlH IhoameldmUllM
ameldmUllM mendmenlH but luI on 01 different dllerent ground from fromthose fromthol
those thol ot Messrs Ktenart HI lnrt and 111 Vest trolut eI Ha 10 bo bollrved bo1tvt
llrved that ap a 11111 > lnt had been Itel reached rflch d when tlm tlmcountry th thcounlr
country counlr 1tvt < Intended Iltun ollo to declare 1Ielnre In II favor flvor of olheold olheoldItndllrd tho gold goldstandard
Itndllrd standard and nl1 < that the declaration I e Irlllon should houll be beunequivocal beunellulocul
unequivocal und uldhould should not be b accompanied Rcomllnld by bypretence b ba
a pretence prllfnCI that under some other conditions conditionstha cOllll08 cOllll08thl
tha thl itandard itandardMr country couulr was going olIK back blck to the tl silver silveritandard svor svorItandnrl
Mr Cutlery Dem Io LI I said that while whileha wllt
ha should Ihoul Clery voto Iem nirulnst Ilaln 1 the th two tIO amend amendKenU nmelllIlelh
Im < would wOlhl vote 01 for the bill bille III
KenU HI e believed Iue I ell that thn the country cOUllry had b bMel en enon
on the gold 1ld standard stalllnril ever since 187U 187Und unaand
and nd was wa so now and 1111 tlmt llut the purpose of the thebill thebil
bill bil was VI to periwtualo lelOtunlo that gold 10lt standard standardThere Inldlrd Inldlrdhore
There hore was no 10 uso for any alY agreement nlrtmell us lS tn tnIdraetalllsm
Idraetalllsm 1lIelnllsnl Tho ho battle ballo of tlm Ih standards llndnrdM had hadbeen I
been 11 fought fOllhl and alJ lout by Ly the slverltesln slerlesln IHiitl IHiitlThem IHIII IHIIIThor
Them might mtlht bo n I recurrence r uurlnco ot tho light but butit 1ut 1utt
it would woull only onlye bo u skirmish kjrrl h Tho ho forces of ofliver otvur
t liver vur had Iall been completely IHt1Ielol annihilated 1lllhlale1 and androuted Alr
routed Thu adoption dolilon of the III amendment omeldmelt he hedeclared hl
declared deo1nrll would wllld only boa 10 I small 81nl tub lul thrown nt ntlarge lt lta
a large Irlf whale a sop to cerberus cerlrlo a piece ot otpolitic 01JO
politic Injected Injpelfllnto Into AOI a financial Unanclnllll bill billMr
JO Mr III r MoneylDem 310n Wei Mlso 1d i doubted 10Iblo1 the utility utilityot utllt utlltIhl
ot adoption adoptionThe Ioptlol the Ihl amendment ftellmell but lut nuverlbeioss luerttelo favored Its Itsadoption lisIoptlol
The Senate was W8 about nboll to vote 011 on the Ih Coin Coinmltlee ComJ11
mltlee J11 amcndmiDt IllellmDI when wh 1 Mr 311 Iell Pettu 11em 11emIII lorn lornAla
Ala III objected to any Oi void lu todny as I being In Inopposition InoPP08111
oPP08111 opposition to the unanimous lonnimnl8 consent coU I that Ihll tho thovote thootl
vote otl on the Mil hi and pending 1Itlnl amendments amendmentshould urendmelU urendmelUhould
hould tin h taken Ilken tomorrow tomorrowMr tomuro tomuroMr
Mr Teller 111 remarked remnrkll that the Ih Republican Republicanpress IPlllblil31
press of tlm II country cOlllnIIIIllo uppeareil to be I very nr much muchitlecusted IllCh IllChlelsll1
itlecusted with the amendment ll nrgueil nrgueilthat
lelsll1 lh nnlntmell I Irllell IrllellIhat
that < UK I adoption Idoplol would 10111111 huvu no 10 burning lihdinl effect effecteven 1leet 1leettn
even tn on ni the most lo 1 cqtisclcntlous cOIMclellou of Itepubll Itepubllfuns
Iubl
funs CIIS nnd would Qull rortninly pcrllllly have Iavo no 1 effect let ou 01 tho thonveraise Ihl
nveraise politician roltclRI It I wns ineonslstcnt lonI lcnt witli witlitha
tha Ivtle thl declaration decilralul that 1111 tho go 0118tnllurl standard was liI thn thncorrect th thcorrecllllllnr1
correct correcllllllnr1 Htandard Its IM on 01 v purpose I11OOWM was to gain gainvote Illn IllnoIC
vote oIC In the next lxt Imsilrnllal lAIctal cnnipaign I It1111 y
tailing t1111 thn Ihl reopln opln that hiI there was wn eln1nll no obstacle obstacleto oLlacl oLlaclIC
to IC International IntrMIlallll bimetallniii bimetallniiiAtttireonniderablo IIHII
Atttireonniderablo AIr oIMImblo skirmishing klrlt8hlnlh thn pre prpi ullug ullugcftlcer lol
cftlcer overruled Mr I Iettuss nhjinttun nhJtOI < and
thn th votn 01 on 01 Mr 11 Chandler hnllter iimendmeut Imnlr u was wasiriK nlli aM aMIth
iriK H > dd with Ith Tho amendment amndolut was wn iu iuemed
emed Yeas pa l5 nay 4 > as 18 follows followsTEAS fulol fulolI ou ou8feI
I TEAS MeMtr rr AILKX LLv Hi1 I lltrrv 7uli > rCliKnilrr rCliKnilrrIllon llaUr llaUrIIDn
Illon IIDn v iv krii 1 uln un Huiuu lUKIlnl llViiriii I II >
Jinriif I Arkn Itkla < a Juries fXoMilu t ala Kmmit nv ilrKa ilrKafttnMtr I
fttnMtr 4vI > HttV 1 VHin u fl I U > ItjXltni J Klin Sul Sulliran si sil
liran l Tritir TrI 1i 7i win Turiu and nd TcBstK TCI 2Y 2YN
N Sa > Mf rs Aldrluli < rlol Allisnii AlI Iliirnnn 1r ritftra r PU PUur
Curler ur i Us Wy II < Ctilluui 11 11 v > Debut leu liitMv
Jliii InI lun rI nut lk j lorakcr Fvslor or Krvt > JHlllnsrcr
Je Ue lUniii I llan 10nlrllh tiriilili llnniry IIY hrin J n tllnl
1iiUu 11 0 MUriJc UdJrJe SliColiii 111 M CiinilT MiMilUu lrhn81
<
JMi Mn n Ni l n Ivnni 1 IfrkrMi Plan II c nil nil1iMlN >
1iMlN Jlt V Inirtur lnnllr W OI intln ln I Uiwll wI Sliim SliimMinon SI
Minon 111nn S Tuiiiiluu TUIuu I 11 if Wirrrii ILf 1lnll ctmiu ctmiuitit
a1 itit Wiili k > n I Diuioiras IIU in I ttihcii 11h lieiiuLli lieiiuLlicms
cms ulm in rjn rI ii I and 11111111 Iupuliili in I kinil all eipltn eipltnThveoniiiiittHitaniundmcal hal halThe 1uLt >
ThveoniiiiittHitaniundmcal The 01111 11lom11 Mug IItll before hltorllI HID
fcnnat tal Mr lrlhIIr ChaiidiHr appealed nlpli1 to Mr r Aldlch Aldlchto
Aitldl
to Insert In II it thn Ih words fnni thn 1 HepuLiiuiin HepuLiiuiinriu HIIL II
riu 111Orl > iorm of IMII I I > that the I l iitel Iilt States Stile from fromtradition hOI
tradition tnllllolllIIIr and interest 1 favor fllor tmnctulliam m
Mr Ir Mdnch declined tcll thn Ihl 111llll requeut U I hut In Intsted 1 1IIllh1
tsted IIllh1 that there lr na a untiling lofhll In il the t hl 111 thai thaiI tlt tltl
I < actd Icd ntiv RI obstaili blnIt In the way WiY of tho accoiu accoiu1imlinioiit leCOIU leCOIUlllolllell
1imlinioiit lllolllell ni international bimetallism
Mr Allen lcn illorlnlolnllIIlnllIQ illorlnlolnllIIlnllIQ31r ool 1op N tb b asked o 11 Mr 311 Aldrlch Aldrlchvliatllinru
vliatllinru hM Ihru wns in Illhe the hill to promote interim
tlonnl tl11IIJIIIIIIII binietallisiii 1110 Inlrl
Mr Ir A irieh dTh Tin piirin 1lf nl f thn I bill bli Is I not 10t
to nroi IlrI < ot iiitornaii ial 11 biniutVIUm lmula I ortdex or I
J 1 Jhat ht rMult in Il any 11 way 11 illrectiy djre IY or Ituii ItuiiMr 111 11131r
Mr Allon lpa11 Ir is i mltn ll th custom ell loln In the Sen n
int I tsiikonuwiiv 1llk nu WiV and to votn 0 another wnv
Jin II ilil Ill In I a I Bull 1011 nll bill hil from top ICIIO nootlor to bottom 10tolu Wil
through thrllh and UI through throllh from rom corj eor to cuticle cutcle ami and
from tliticln Cllwl to eon1 eon1Jlr e
Jlr 11 Itawllns lawlnM tHem Ilalii tlnll opiioscd ths thsninendmeiit
ninendmeiit nl H S8 n virtual iluclarallou
Illfllo 1 Irlial tuelaralol ngnlnst ngnlnstany llnllst llnllstIn
any In form of blmntalllsm bm ln
nl
Mr Ir Halt llnl illep I Bel Innn rnntnnditil ronlpnII1 that no
step II could bn L takn nnl io Ilat
I olid morn iikulv Ikull II advance tl u
cuusn CIIU 01 mternatlonal 1rnatlllllllnl bimetallism tllll limn to tlU lit leI
It I lp nmiilMrsioiMthat 1111rln Iha until Infll tho lio 1nilM StatM lllp
could SIUIO Uio ho
agriuent of other natloni
1 It I wpul ll oilnueou Ollllle alrIIn Oi tl II gold 11 itindinl 01111111 01111111t nnt0l1 °
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Mr I Allison HHIllnrkllhI lomarkeii tia tlm ditllcully with
hhl d frleads frl nl on Ollhe tho other sldn lt was wn hncuty that Ihlt iioiw wlh of
Ihem I m wn Wl8 for blmetalllsni blnIIII I They were 10nl lor I II
I I t tho IUnOml Rlnll fl flInldlr1 Inldlr1 IS 01 hllt hey Ifure 8Iv 8IvI
1 1I Yut I em o1 nke < him to uplalQ
I
why wh wllh tha American Amelean slim IUyr dollar dolar wa wal at a tu tuItiliid r rwllh
Jr turop 1 It bllIIM thl
rllII 1t l
1 Itiliid Al MOi States mint Ilnt was wal not tt opento opep 10 th thiiiillmllnd Ihe IheIllrnlt
iiiillmllnd 11111 Iilt rolling of silver nnd 111 beoauii beoauiiof bOll bOllII
0111 lver
of II Illrnlt thu piodgn Holll ithreo Units II given II III tliat th thfulled thl
fulled Htates would initlntuln 11lnluln tho thl Mlver liver dol dollur I
HIII1
lur lIU11 Ciii an cqiinllly eIlllt with thn 111 gold Iulll dollar dollarHe dolnr
He 11 deeliicd dee II CI thnt hiI thiiru was not 10 n 1 lino Inl o onvllublrt or I
nvllublrt In til ommltlAo amnudment ulludmlll or Ir In Illhl Ihi Ihibill
IIOIIM
bill 111111 llmt pulnnvbstaolHln tl the Ih palhwiiof of In Inl InIUllltOI
l tll tnmionV lullI bliiielalllsm 11lllllullm qbllollll Hut Ilt lie h bel he 1111 eveil I Iimwlsn II IIIlwls
imwlsn IUllltOI Ilwls for tha United tlllel States Hllie to make mlkl tha thapropOHltlon Ilatopltou
propOHltlon uRiilu 11111 to Kurot tlrolo Tho hu kuropeni kuropeniimlions turol1nl
imlions IlltlOI opltou ought to Im hi allowed aluwll to I say IY to UK UKlnlt tll
lnlt HII1 d Httttis ollh that thlt they wcr WII now 10lT ready t tdeal to toIlell <
deal Ilell with UK Ih question lulon He le stated II aiIll It us I n no notorlons 10 10orlol
torlons orlol fact fiII thai 1111 thor had Iml been 111 nior lorl le H HtHiider ll lltlllr
tHiider tlllr Hllvnr r coined colnullll In th world between lelwu1 IMJ IMJand IH7a IH7aIn
and In IIKjj t than I I ni hud hlllholl been coined In II any Bnyalmlnr BnyalmlnrIIIH7 slmlla slmllal
l > erlod priori IIIH7 IIIH7Ir IHTI IHTIJlr
Jlr Ir JonesDem Arkiquntod from an ullllur ullllurvllw Intur Inturview
view vllw with JOI Hiimtor lm Ire I l In which he nll id tha thaIf Ihlt IhltII
If Hecreturydugn Hfcrvlury will 1nnllr a hail hn rf been bpll u 110111111 politician II nsteiu nsteiunfn
nfn of I tanfcor 1101 ho would 0111 not 10t have hll lnslit 11lollll d on 01 i ideclaration n n1lnr111111
declaration 1lnr111111 tn favor t of a I sliiglu 5111Iu gold KII utiinduM utiinduMand ulllrl ulllrlOlil
and Olil hu applied that roinurk rOlllk to II tlm I pnndlnt pnndlntnmamire Innlllil
11111
nmamire Thn House ho hl said III was aNIII too spn spnclllo HI
clllo 1n8Ir In II lublll Ih TIIIII iiml it was WIA necessary 1Oln to dilute dlllh I Iomowhut It Itnlowlll
omowhut 110 1111111 Tint Kenula lnto uli UlloUtltl titutiicarrle lrrle ou ouevnrv out outwrr
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evnrv wrr 1ll1llV nlqmiv in Ilhu tliu HoUke 10Ul bill li but II It Is I inon inoniulroltlv IW IWIIJro
iulroltlv IIJro I v worded wordedMr 1ludlr
Mr lr CoekrellDem lrm Moi Mo I put Illt a quest 11OAlol on If IfMr to toIr
Mr Ir Aldrleh Altrldl loclrl and 1111 asked 1111 him hll Ui tl answer nllr It us a at athonest ni
lauuhlerl Th ThuueBllon
honest mini good Indian 1hl 1hllulorl
Jalbtur
uueBllon 11110 < Iln wan wn how 1 much luoh 1111111 llr Ir AldrloliwmilJ Ilrlch WOI d take takefor InoIII
for III lulorl 1UIXXI ounces nt lt ullver bull bliiol on heli heliby I 1 hi hihy
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by him hll 1001 In Ixindon IAIlun If I tlio Inltii 11111 States Ilatc mini miniwas Ilpt IlptU
was U opnn 0111111 In the Ih fr frl e coinage cohlllt of cllvor cllvorMr HIIr
Mr 11 Aldilih h Jiml JIII what hnlllulllel leouldgel for It I ll llI
I Mnt lt It Alh I Imru Ilt I Illfhl might get lt It I coined 1010 Into Ilto sllvni sllvniilillamttll lvlr
ilillamttll liunouiicei but what whit thut Ihlt ioli ioliwoulj 1011
woulj 10111 bu Il worth IIII nfter nttlr ouuct sumo AOIU Urns tll1 neither 1IIIhur th thbitnntnr II
woult lu illsjouri nor myself coulc coulcMrVockrell I IInlr
bitnntnr h1 I I from J olr niI mYlcl COl
Inlr MrVockrell Ir That Is I not thn question questionMr 1IcIUon 1IcIUonIr
Mr Ir Cuchrl1hat Aldrlch Ahlrlhlt It Is iindub 1111111 edly eIY true tru tha thalootHjnuneos IhntlO
lootHjnuneos lO 1 of sllv I 111 r could ie t coined olled at lt Up Upmint
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tho 1111 world wUII lt I should olhl ll tll hn brought hrnulll llle to Ihe Ihl mint Ilnt sllve sllveInnead 1r 1rof
Innead of belni worth JlliUan l n ounca OUIII would wOlld hi hiworth he hewlrll
worth only olly r11 lit or tK I I cents its iA oommercla oommerclaln Olrmrclni
wlrll 11111 ln In bullion That hii l what has taken IIII placi placiIn tlll
In II Mexico 111101 which hleh bus her mint rlnt open lo thu froi froicolnngtof fruclln
colnngtof clln olt111 ifnld und sliver sliverTin
Tin dlnousslon I Ulllllvlr wnt on In for another Ilothr hour hOlr be beIngsharndlii
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111 Ingsharndlii 1 by b Senators on 01 both be11 side silol o othn 01 01tl
thn question questionAUthout
tl AUthout 1IHMlul taklmi laklol a vote 010 on tlio commlttoi commlttoinmendnmnt commltc commltcRm
nmendnmnt Rm IIlllvnllho the hill wan U laid Inlllfldl usd usdTlio
Tlio Iensloii I nlon Appropriation Aplrolrlalon hi bill lll wss IV reportei reporteinnd report1Inlplno1
nnd Inlplno1 placed on 01 Ihe thl calendar ellfldnr And AIII then at 04 04tlio r t5 t5thl
tlio thl senate CIHJU adjourned udjolred until 1111 tomorrow tomorrowMUioiirli toworrol toworrolIU
IU 1ICIIJa 1ICIIJaIIII
MUioiirli IIII lMrctlun mrlol IHW II Civil hl Srrvlre Inle HIII HIIIIelnlons IUII IUIIInlun
Ielnlons Illiruiird IlliruiirdWVMIIIM 1unrl
WVMIIIM WI I toV lfS Feb rlu 14 Coiulderatiiui Coiulderatiiuithn luI ltrllnl I IIh
thn Ih bill bi making lell appropriations Itroprlntol for tho Ih Legbln Legblnlire 1 uIII uIIIIfl
lire Ifl Kxecutlvo xfculvo and eld Judicial Jllclll deparlnicntsof MIllwellsul tin tintovernment Ihofr
tovernment for tlm Ih yenr 11 ending 111 I I June JIIO 10 I 1U01 1U01was 111 111IIU
hegiin hi the House Inday Hut litlln At AttMlllon elInl
was IIU 111 II Ihl 10u II Jul Ill
tMlllon Inl aa paid to tlu provisions loslnl of 1 tho bill hi il iltha II IIIhe
tha debate labll which InsUd lulll nil the Ihl alternuou Ilerolu niosi niosiof 1151 1151f
of f the tluii Iwo Ix > iiiR ug taken takll up 1 with lb R I presentntior presentntiorof trllllln trlllllnof
of Ibo merits merl and ull denierltji demeri of Ilia Ihl Missouri lsourlltclol IClertiur IClertiurXlewn
11 Xlewn M sr larlldl HarllioUH and antle4ro 1earr of Si louls loulsItepiibllcaus loIL loILl
Itepiibllcaus l plhlcll denounced dtlounr It I heartily harll and Ild Mr MrlOnluit Mr1lnl
1lnl lOnluit of I Kansaa 1IIS City Ci Democrat eulogliei euloglieiIt ulogl1 ulogl1al1
It and al1 the Ih Slat SIII of II Missouri eiilhuslaHtlraUy eiilhuslaHtlraUyMr tnthuIIHtcll
Mr Ir lluiulnway lumlna Itep lep Ind Inll1 la charge Chlli of thu thuApproprtnUoa IhoPItprlnUol
ApproprtnUoa PItprlnUol bill lil In II ripalnlng Iallln Its I provision provisionHiild 1nTIsln
Hiild 1111 Hint Ihll knowliuc 1lowwt tha specific HI dtc language 1lllnl of the thelaw IhaII
law II last la 1 year al Incompetent clerks cell ar nra retained retainedlu rlntll
lu oflui o I and a I that Ihll under 11Ir present e 1 rondlUon rondlUonthey cOldlulnJ
i
they Ihp uld 11 likely l remain r mlil He I meutioned mnlI1 on onli on118n1
li tano where r the Ib head of n I division lIIblon endeavored endeavoredtn III3mr1 III3mr1to
118n1 tn tII cIlMiiiss on incunixtnt IncIII 11 chI Fourteen Sena Senati Srll
ti IIr rs nnd 1111 n I larffe Ilrl numbr 1111r ol HepreMntntlVPN 1IIrlltll he hemid h hlud
mid lud called nlJ npun 111 tlm Ih bend of thnt Illt division dlnlol nud nudliislhtetl nll
liislhtetl iiiwn 1111 thu relenlion rlelln of thut th < l Infoiupeteiit Infoiupeteiitrlrrk hlolttent hlolttentdtk
rlrrk Hn 11 saw no 10 remeily rmll for Hie Ib nitidmun ldl oi o oIIIIM I Itliiuifs
tliiuifs exivpt th eNtahliilinient eIIIlohl1 of f a I tenure I nlr f foltlre
IIIIM xJI
oltlre llmllnl lo n term lerl of II virs u nnd reappolnl reappolnlnienl 1111111
Ilntl
01 nienl 1111 nt II the I end elll ol thu Ib l IMm < tru if found follil elllrient elllrientliy lJrl11 lJrl11Ih
liy Ih llialnienastheiiunilier Ihll mnlhmIDllor of plniC8lnthevervie plniC8lnthevervieInstinJ 1lnoH In Ih fI fI11I
InstinJ 11I hn1 uf f lilng un IlInlIp1 reused HIM HI as by the iKndlmr iKndlmrbill lrlIIhili
bill rould 11 IM I reiiured from lOIHJ IOINlln to 151H lie liegordlng n
gordlng tlm leiiiimrary fnnw fOI recently NC IIII npxilnted npxilntednhoMt nl >
nhoMt ho ervnv nl netn t needisl I by renson ol Ihe tI tI11lIc ex exlotenra
lotenra of f 1ie I Spinl oh > > li war and the Ih Filipino FilipinoInsurrection illilto illiltohl
Insurrection hl lrtIlt Mr llemiiinuy In Mill Ihe leMlmonj leMlmonjol
ol the Ih llrlKirlinrlit 1IllrllII 1I1 ofhVmls nklll Mas 1111 to tlm etlecl Unit Unitthey UtilItllu
they tllu were ro Hiiprnor 1IrOI in ctTirieiicy li I > Ihs lur lurIILhflll tir tirIllshed
Illshed by Hie II llil Ill iI Stvire SI onimlssioii The Themen 1It1Un
men were ns n n rule rill younger auJ twlter iulapleil iulapleillu ldalldluill
lu luill the work lu w hlrh they Ih nerinvljrned nerinvljrnedSir nelglI1 nelglI1h
Sir h MiKtly o h iflep n Mass IIlS I nn ndvornte IIlIrI1 of civil civilrervlfrt dIIrYh
rervlfrt rYh reform said IIld that if > ongreM lIlCrI < did ll < llIollllko llIollllkoI11U not lake lakeKtimo
Ktimo I11U artlon l remedy thn evil of Mlpernnuatioli MlpernnuatioliUie UIrnnualillllhrIIIlI1
Uie Mivh tWiiM break hrIIIlI1 do n llesnld hefarore1 hefarore1n II fllIr1 fllIr1II
n limited tenure I IIIIt I olllre nnd ndded Hint lie h was wasIn II IIh
In h favor nt roniiwllmic t henils of depirlinenls d r IIIIIIItS to toMr 10dlDILs
dlDILs hl OIIII1I1 < 1111 IllY IllYh
Mr h Slmnw I OflU > ru Trim 1111 1 taklne t ln for hit hitl I
l < xt n stutinient credited rIII IK I Senator Senatorllntt lIel lIelIIn
IIn llntt 11 < r rhuirninn of th tommlltie on II Pen PenMOII 1111uN
MOII 1uN tlmt never Ufori I fllr in lili expertuo expertuohail r IIU IIUha1
hail Ihfre lieen M > many 1Ul1I rnxnn hills btforr btforrIlitiirrrMia bdllrlIir
IlitiirrrMia lIir at IIrIII iri vnlriivi 11 r < iinflruri II IIlurlro1I11 IIlurlro1I11III1IOII iprowlnir iprowlnirmitof
mitof III1IOII itiKSpnnlsh > SIIIIhlr nr Hf theltetriilnr nrmy nrm hi hinfllil I IhI
nfllil hI t Iwpnl rnity MireereKiiiiiinlsiiiidlwnlMiit hr p rp IHIII erlll Iwo Imltrhs rlis tonic toniciMtl
iMtl 11 In Ihe hnttlit f SnnUiifn The 11 totnt num numlivr lIumIIr
livr IIr of rnsiinlili < ls stistnniix I I hy I those oricaiun oricaiunHuns rllllllll rlllllllltllIlI
Huns from trll tli IhA 1st of f pril I M8 lo the Ih prwenl prwenlnumberwl I Il1umbr1
numberwl 1311 nnd lr Irllm m llnm 2IW2 1111 applicn applicntins 1111111hl1
tins for lirtiMotn had va fllM In the Ih sunn sunnbailie n nhalll
bailie eitrht Northern refrlaivnt > from MASMI MASMIrliusrtts 1111SMIrllllII
rliusrtts New IV York Dintrift ol 1lnIl11111 < lumlim nhlo nhloind IIhl IIhlnll1
ind MJihiCBti Ihhillllil bad mien pirl Thpfr total < n os osIIIIIIII ti tinlltiex
nlltiex Iiml iKen 2iti 1111 and Hie Ih npplirnlinn for forwniioiiH turInloliH
wniioiiH on 11 nriinint of f ill IIII e M > nil II I rlnimed ID IDlie 1 1hI
lie nf HPtvUo pnll ornjin ifiH8 Mr r Hiiimis rum ronipnrid rumIf1
pnrid If1 lin1 III IKtirM n lfPs ullh Ith Ihnse fiirnished liv llin llinr IhRrfIrt
rfIrt r rorl < nf eltrhl jlll Koiith IIl1lhllrn rn raiments Irom South SouthInrulUm SUlllhIlIrOIII1I1
InrulUm Tfiine Ii iiriiM 114 Alalwnia nml nmlKcnluiliV IID1I
KcnluiliV I nlull in illlh tin Spniuidi ttir nm m the Ih Ihlllp Ihlllppiiirx PhilipIill
piiirx Iill They Th hnd hllII1 lt > sl 110 1 kildil nnd tin Ih npiifl npiiflrations 1111111Clttlllls
rations for 101I11 tuions nunihered 11 1111 hr TB1 ll nsked nskedIf 11 11II
If it could IK I Miiitxited Hut Ihalllll all th II > > npplir 011111111110 011111111110trlm llon llonfrom <
from th oiRlit Nurthern reicluienii 11 ere iimdn iimdnInirood IIIl1dAInrrlld
Inirood faith faithrin InilhTIr
rin minitlee 1111111 then res fl anil Mr 11 Hull ttti tttiIOHII tlrP1110wII
IOHII rhiirmnti cf lh rommill rnmltt on II Altliiury AltliiuryAlf 1I1i14f 1I1i14fAlll1il
Alf Alll1il it > rPlmrtrtl II1rllhll thi < Army rm Appropriation bji bjiThe ill illfhlliiollp
The fhlliiollp I louv then adjourned until IInlilllJmorro tomorrow tomorrowTIII
TIII 1 III 11sir 1 111 I CIMKRX CIMKRXHearing 1 11 Po PonurlllK
Hearing on the Ilouie 00111011111 Hill Thut Iropotes tn tnAbnllsh InA
Abnllsh A III II IIWASHINGTON ItARIII
WASHINGTON ARIII OTn Feb 14 14A A lively hearing took tookplace tookllace
place before be rare tho Ihlllloll House e Committee on Military MilitaryAffairs IIIiIIITYAlTalr
Affairs tliU Ibl morning whoa a delegation ap appeared aplol1relln ¬
lol1relln peared In favor of tha Ih bill to abolish tho Army Armycuntaon MOlclnleoll
cuntaon The Hev lI v Frank N Well formor formorchaplain lormorhnplaln
chaplain ot tho First Tennessee Tellne aee Yolunloors In Inhis Inhi
his hi argument made charges of drunkenness drunkennessagainst lrllilkenneuaUllln <
against aUllln 1 a number of ofllcnra and men In the thenrmy
nrmy 1101 calling call1lllllhlm them by b name Among othars otharstin ohoreh
tin h referred to a Major in ft Tennessee Ilnnf 11 regiment regimentwho 111 I ml1 t twho
who Is I n friend ot liepresentatlve lipr enll1l1ve Coi of Ten Tennessee T n nne1 ¬
nessee ne1 I a member of thn committee Mr 11 Cox Cosjumped Coxjlllllptlltl
jumped jlllllptlltl tit his feet and Indignantly repudiated repudiatedthe relUllialel relUllialelIii
the Iii charge and IIndlokl spoke very sharply lInrllyto lo Mr r Wells WellsThe WIIrh
The rh Ilwv 1I1 Wilbur K Crnfti head of th llo lloform noInUII
form Iluroau snoke In favor of 1111 the bill as did didMr IIItIIr
Mr Ir Margaret Dyor J1or Kills 1 IIIR for tho W C T U Unnd VIInrt
nnd the Ih Hev K C Ulnwlddln for the Anil AnilKnloon AnUIftloon
Knloon leueue Thoy 1he referred to the abolition abolitionby
by Secretary Long of ollhl thn Navy canteen and andurged anJIIrlC1
urged similar action as to thn Ih Army Arm canteen canteenA
A bill for tho Hiimu purpose was passed hul hulyear
year and the III Attorneyfleneral ornpO orltl decided that thatIt IbntI
It 10111 I provisions were w rll not clearly defined and that thatU llintII
U did tllLluol not operate to close clo 1J tho canteen canteenArmy aulceuArlll
Army Arlll unit Xnvy Order OrderWASIIISOTOV OrlleWAIII
WASIIISOTOV WAIII OTOo Feb 14 IIThcse These naval order orderwere orllorre
were re Ifsiietl 1IIldloIIlY 1IIldloIIlYitujl today todayAmiitUut
AmiitUut itujl Naval Con Carlcct > lrici > ri E F Insert IzII rl W 0 0InilioseanO oIlJlhop
InilioseanO IlJlhop n i W Piwell r well tn icnipnrsry IIrar duty UIy in thn thnlliireu Ih Ihi
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cer tu tlio urmln IfOI imlleatrd IlIdl td am sncUDC ann uneod d loni loniiu
iu 11101 iiit rV P I tiyof I t tlio Vlien lIen romnuiiilfr W W WKtmlslluf 11IllfIllllllf
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luliu tm t Wilson of HH III KUventh IVf UvlilliiiKa tlllllll Ulitrlct UlitrlctUnit lltrlclIrntomrualllcr
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K orl rl tiline me his beeti appointed PflUiUl in 0 astiitant astiitantUKroll I nt nturcOIiID
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FintLtnt lillt William A Dlunldille dtUlleit at 1ro 1rorrsiui
rrsiui of Miliury Set S acn 111 nnd Taftlei T llIc tt IllIu the town townHtatu 1011Hlal
Htatu Normal oirn Mhunl t honl CtiUr Fall FallCtt allf allfCallI
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llcan Sennlora this Ihi morning heard henr l tho rejior rejiorof relll1rt relll1rtollh
of ollh th uimmltteo appointed to rcdlstrlhutu rrdlAtrll > ulo th thputronagiof Iho IhoIarunullol
putronagiof the Henato among thn ht llepubll llepubllcans 110111111all
cans all but the hour of adjournment arrived bo bofnre 10Inrtt
fnre any action WM IT takcnoiiit tacn Oil it After adopt adoptIiik
Iiik a motion rnoIlOlllllllhrl authorizing 1111l Chairman Alll AIIIun on t tappoint 10 10nPloJllt
appoint u steering ciiiumlllco ell III III Itt co of nine member memberto
to 1011181111111 mup out thu Ih ligliilation Itll JDtlOlllo lo ho 1 0 considered to tothe lor lortllli
the remainder of the sumlon thn I h vnuciis ml mljourned 11 1 1lournut
journed nubjoet alll > lc1 to thu call of thn Ih chairman chairmanAnother lhalrmallAllollaN
Another meeting will 111110 bo held IIIhllolllormw tomorruw after afternoon
noon 111101111 If tin Senatii cnUIII should 8110ulIIIIJollrn adjourn early Hen Henotor lienIItor
otor Alllfon wns WII numej fur chairman of tin tinsteering thoIecrlnl
steering committee and wa a tfinpoworad to 101111 101111Iolnt ui uipoint
point his hl ulght associates associatesAlthough lIurcialMAtholllh
Although uoformiil 110 lormal agreement IIlre rnent han yet et boot bootmade Leollmalllllllo
made malllllllo at to the Ih bills to ho brought lorwnn lorwnnduring lomerldllrlllllllill
during dllrlllllllill the reuialndar of the tussTon UUIOIl fiiougl fiiouglwas IliolllhIIUM
was Maid In the Ih caucus allcu to Indlcuto wltl wltlsume wllhnOlIl
sume degree of accuracy what till nnv nnvprogramme IIW IIWrrollraltlmo
programme U to be I The Cullom lUwallai lUwallaibill l1allllllII
bill rrollraltlmo II tha Ioruter hill 1 111 lor Ihu iiovornmelit n nPuerto III IIIIIIIrlo
Puerto Itlco iiml thn InaueurMion of n tarlf tarlfschedulaofT IlIrllTIchullulo
schedulaofT Ichullulo of f > uercunt cunl of the Ih Dlnglay hlllitm hlllitmthe hili Itnll Itnlltho
the Hpooner HpoolI r bill hll fr for tho control nt tho 1hlllp 1hlllppines Ihlll IhlllIllIe
pines aru nrlo to IIII a thn Ih right rh hllr of way In the ordoi ordoinamed ordornalllol
named Further than thl no programme hv hvyet h hy
yet y 1 been nerpiM IIl1rl 1 upon II 1011 1011Olllllll
Nothing wns said sahlin In th Ihl caucus tody on th thMibjecl 1111 1111ollbJeel
Mibjecl of thn Nlcnrauiian Canal bill or tin tinHay1uunwlote IhlllIallIune
Hay1uunwlote lIallIune rol lietuy MIY The former U on tin tincalendar Ihalnlnr
calendar havlnc been favorably reported am amboth nllll nllllboh
both lire tu bti bulult loft unacted upon fur tho pros prosent lreAallt
ent Senator llmndlnr inuili u morn or les lesearnest Iflsfllrn
earnest fllrn t elTort In the caucus to hnvonn under understanding uIIIIIrItllIl1lrll
standing with regard reJunlllllh t the lasragoof 11Iao 11 leglsla leglslatlon 1 llltlll llltllltloll
tlon looking lookill to enlarging thn power IIOW o otint I IIhll
tint Interttnte Commerce COlllmls iminil loti foi foithe for forIhe
the control of railroads tin IIl1slIlllhnt said that It was o ogroat IIf IIfIlrunl
groat Importance Hint some ot the Ih propone proponeHtuundrneutH lrOIJ 11 11IIlIIlIndlllelllM
HtuundrneutH now ponding In the Interstoti InterstotiCommercn IlIloulnloCornmorc
Commercn Commltloc < should bou III I boeimctiil lJo lIuCtt Intr Intrlaw tlltnInw
law Very IJry few other Senator Ie llltorl thought o ohowever 0howeor
however and allllIlIr alter Henntois iMpen I and riewel riewelhad Hlwlli Hlwllihlll
had vxpresixMl x1r 1 lilt opinion that Ihllllhtrl there w 11 s IK IKburning 110 110Ilurnlllil
burning desire Itl lro on the part of anybody bn bnBenator bllt bllttUlllltor
Benator Chuucllur lo nir Ih up the tll nu lUt tlonoi tlonoinntlrnllroud tloll Oil OilRnllrnllroa1
nntlrnllroud legislation the matter was waidropped wasdroPlcl1
dropped droppedIt
It H hoped by II tho Ih loaders ot the Senate HllIn tha thathe Ihlltho
the conference committee to bn h nppulnled IIIIolnl in inthe 1111 1111lilt
the Currency bill will not require mnru than III n nfortlllIt i ifortnight
fortnight to come COlli to 1111 m auroement nllrllIU III ulthoukl ulthouklKiuch I1IIIoOIIlhmuch
much will depend 1 1I1l upon the I h attitude lIudl of th thousn tli1I0no
Kiuch 1I0no ousn members Tho Republican confirree confirreewill cOllrrleowill
will bu tfinators Allison 111011 of lawn owa and Aldrlch o oKlmiln 01 01Hholo
Klmiln Island and Mesnts Overstreot OI Tllroot ol olIndiana 01 011I1IIInlia
Indiana nnd Hroslin of Pennsylvnnln on UK UKpart Ihopntt
part of II the th House with one Democrat midoi midoiIrom nII11Irornnch
Irom Irornnch each body hoI The Heniitii htul House IIl1u o bill billlire I1l11i I1l11iIIrI
lire radically dllTorent nnd the effort to agrcn agrcnuixin IIlreIlI
uixin IlI on > a measure 111 3SUru may IlIn bu more prolonged than thanUnowantlclimted Ihnnlillo
Unowantlclimted UnowantlclimtedAfter lillo IIntlclllIled IIntlclllIledAfler
After the Ih Senate shall have put the new pro programme proIrlll1l1ll0
gramme of legislative action Into force re repeated r rIenhd ¬
peated party conferences will 111 bu hold by b the theRepublican IlleJIlllIbl
Republican JIlllIbl lnrlJ clln for the purpo IllInoe o of iluoldlnir iluoldlnirwhat duoidllllwhll
what maltere not now on tha he II list t ehnll ehnllbe tihnllbe
be illicugsed Thu Ship Subsidy Rub 1I bill as II al already ulr ¬
ready r lId announced will be h dropped until the thenoxtsesMlon thenoxl
noxtsesMlon noxl oHlon but whether thu Ouay IIUY caitu ca u ami amithe IInllth
the th Canal bill are to be discussed discussedund
und when wh Is us yet 111 uncertain Thn scrl scrlouiness tilrl tilrlollnp
ouiness ollnp of o the juestlon Iuc tloll Involved In h thn thnsubmission IIAnbrnlloll
submission of thn canal treaty Is f fully ap appreciated upNellaletlllnll ¬
Nellaletlllnll preciated and will wllIlJu bu handled with the th utmor utmordeliberation ulmottJ
deliberation tJ That some amendment to I thn thntreity III IIIIrpatJ
treity In thn Ih direction of glvlngtho 1111111 tlio Iliimd IliimdHlates 1111111Hln1181111
Hlates Hln1181111 thn ixiworto IlOwer 10 cln cle e ths III canal tn hostile hostileships hoolIhlpM
ships in time 11111 of war must be inlniitud Is I now nowiiulte 11011Inlll
iiulte giMiorally admitted am nnll It I will Nub probably Nubnlv ¬
ably b 1111111 the programme of the Kcnatn to ptist ptistpann
pann uny 1111 action until UIII iI dftluile n 11111111118 11111111118ellll iuraiic iuraiiccan
can be obtained that IIIIIIIInt Hreat Hrltiin wl Ill I nut nuloh nulohjlCt < ih ihject
ject lo xuih an ultpration In the terms of the thenurHPiiieiit Ih IhIIllrtll1I
nurHPiiieiit IIllrtll1I lIl Senators who II hal been clvliit clvliitthn 11111111tI
thn tI subject of the treaty Irr V close attention fel felconllJent
conllJent that tho Knullsli lovornnient U al already nltnll
ready piopureit lrcPllr < 1 to nay tlmt It mlcht conhent In Inndvanen IIInlvnooo
ndvanen to the Ih amendment of the Ih treaty tNI In Inthis IIIIhl1
this regard r IIlf11 II It should lCuhl Im ilemonMintod 1tl1Ioll llIlhld that thatthe Ih1the
the truitty tr III cannot can no bu otlierwUu ratlUed ratlUedTO ratltJedHI
TO It unfit 1M TIII unl 11 if IIKI I man manJlr 1J1JIr
Jlr Ir Vimier nf r lilt III llvtp Wnterniijrn Ciini Ciiniinisilnn CIlIUlIIitllll
inisilnn rivum 11 llnm 1111111111 In Niagara ltl 1Ilnr 1IlnrW1HJII r rWisiiiNmnx
WisiiiNmnx W1HJII o1I1sIIJ Fob Uiaorgo Y WUner lIer of ofDetroit 01IMrolt11
Detroit IMrolt11 u member of tho Deep Waterways WaterwaysCninnilsslou WntrwlllCmlllhlolII1I
CmlllhlolII1I Cninnilsslou explained > ilnc1 to HIH III Committeu on onKivers onJtiIUrb
Kivers und IInllllarorHlhli HarLors thl morning the III desira desirability de8lrablllly ¬
bility of a dam across noru A the Niagara SI llal1l Ilivor tor tortho I IIho
tho purpon llIrpo of riii IIioinll inc HIM level of Uike UikeKrlu I Ilrlu
Krlu threofeot IIlfeo I ol and regutallne r thu water so It Itwould Itoulll
would oulll be at substantially lIutl 13ntlllll tho samo depth depthduring llrlhdurin
during durin the Ih entire nllr year enr Mr r Wlsner WIn r wild wildnt alll allllit
nt present the difference dllTrencolelwcen between the height ot otrater 01roaler
rater at different stations seriously s rloulnlerlr Interfered Interferedwith I IwIth
with navigation Tho dam ha said 1I1t1 would wouldglvuu oul1 oul1t
glvuu t I II 0 permanent ln Inpwtlo < Ten e of three feet t e In the thenavigable Ihonllvflnbll
navigable duulli while hll tn obtain thlt Ih additional additionaldepth nIIIIIIllIallIcIlh
depth by b dredging dre llllol < it would woulllo cost 1 Sliwnv aJOI 0 for forIjike tor1lLko
Ijike Krle ulone and would require continual continualdredging Ionlinllilldro1111I1
dredging to maintain At the Ilmo 11111011111 Kiln cross crossIng crONInll
Ing where there wore but seventeen fret at low lowMngot 10 10Inlo
Mngot Inlo the proposed Iropo etl dnui would keep oP the depth depthuniformly de deIIl1l1ormlY
uniformly twenty Iwollt feet t without dredging or orblaitlne orblalollnl
blaitlne and would ollll1lmrrovo Improvo tint tI navigation ot otthe 01tho
the shallow channels of 0 Ian fit Ilalr bv pro providing 10 10Itllnl ¬
viding two feet additional Mr Whner M u lit litwoulrt It Itwould
would raise lakn Iak Huron and Luke Michigan Michiganwhich Jlohlallwhlrh
which wero on the tarno > level and would wOllllmoro wOllllmoroIhall more morethan
than compensate olllltn lIte for torllny uny loss I08 of water through throughthe Ihrmllhthe
the Chicago drainage canal In tupport of tlio tliotheory Ihttheonlhnl
theory theonlhnl that tho general enerel lowitrlnc of 0 the Ih level of oftho Ofthe
the upper lakes was caused cnu d br tlm fail In Iaka IakaKrle 111 111rle
Krle rle he h sold old that at the Ih mouth of the Ih Ht flair flairItiver Ilalr1I1er
Itiver where tholr waters weri rn ponr d Into hlloIlIke
Lake Erie the th former dupth of thlrtytlvo feet feethad rrctIInd
had been tcoured tellllleilio to sixtynil feet Tho Ih con construction on on81rurllon ¬
struction of the dam at Niagara tin said would wouldrelieve 1101111rolleve
relieve the pressure prc euro And stop toP thu scouring scouringprocess conrln conrlnpr
process processMajor pr
Major Bymmons th army engineer In Incharge InchnrKllllt
charge chnrKllllt at IJulTalo optioned oPl ed the Ih proposition un unless UIII ¬
less I s It were carefully Investigated Iii Hu sail sailthat 8811that
that although he was engineer oIIIII er In chargu of Ih Ihpublic tha thapublic
public works or In thnt vicinity he hud not beru beruconsulted etli etliconultftI
consulted AS to thn project He bought an anInternational 1111IUlerlJutiollnl
International commission should bnapjiolnteil bnapjiolnteilto bt npJlQlllte1 npJlQlllte1to
to Investigate tho matter 1111 ns ho understood understoodthere l1utlor lood loodtherl
there would be much opposition from Canada nllll la la1he <
The dam would ould Increase Incra l the danger dangerof
of floods from the Ih action ot the thewind th thwind
wind on the Ih water and Also nl o thu thutrouble Ihlltroublo
trouble with llh drifting und in certain uorts uortsnotably IJOrlenOIIlly
notably UufTMo ami Erie Ha had seen Jn tlm 11111d
depth d llh of water at DufTalo Increased Incr nel1 eight feet feetbr er ertf
br the wind Many Inn acres ot oll1HI land hail hailitcen been re reclaimed 11clnimcil ¬
claimed on both sides It of thn Ih Inku which wore worenow worenow
now cultivated I but which would hn h flooded If Ifthe IIIhll
the Invol of inu InKo were rilsed tlumi till feet feetTho le t t1h
Tho 1h owneri of these lanJs Ian lis wnulil doubtless doubtlessprotest IIOllblleIfOleMt
protest against Rlalu t the change Tho comrultteo comrultteowill
will 111111111 give other hearings on this nubject Ut CI whon whontho lh lhIhe
tho printed report of the Deep Waterways WaterwaysCornuiUslon WI rwlI rwlICommbalon
CornuiUslon U I received recellellIIl
IIl 11r Of OFFICVKS OFFICVKSas OlTJLtJCutlett
Cutlett irvlrll as II Ensigns Will 111 Vnt Come Comelloinn
lloinn 110111010 loTnkvTIirlr CRI Thlr Ilniil nnlllulllllnntlllll nnlllulllllnntlllllW ICtiiinlmitluns ICtiiinlmitlunsWiMltNiiioN
WiMltNiiioN W A III lOS Fob Fu 14 Tho practice of the theNavy thllav
Navy av Department J Iarlmullt In summoning to 0 Annapolis Annapolisfor nlllll oli olilor >
for examination the naval cndotu c dols who are nrOCOD nrOCOD1lollnl com completing ¬
pleting their conrso of Instruction after two twoyears tor
years r lItd at SMB 11 has ln been suHponUed su polillld this thl yonrand yonrandthecadots ellr nlill nlillthe
thecadots the cndets will ill bu exam In nd at tlio places 1luc a where wheretholr IThtrlIholr
tholr hlD4 are stationed This change chaIn wui wuimadn fUImndn
madn on account of the Ih shottieu of 0 ofllcer ofllcerMost ol1lclrIost
Most of thn I sixyear cadela are l IJrlormfDlllhe IJrlormfDlllheduties > rforinlng the theduties
duties of ensigns They are cattercd all over overtho ol r rIho
tho world orh Iht tI greater nuaiber hclng 01111 In tlm tlmPhilippines Ih Ihlhlllppll1
Philippines If thesu Ihc u young mcnwere recalled recalledto
to AnuntiollH tli 11111 eompleineDt of ofllccr 111001 on onnearly 011nearl
nearly every 001 ship hllliu lu coinmlnlon eOIl1I11I slon already IIlftaI below belowthullmlt 1011 1011IIIolllnll
thullmlt would ho icduceil to a iioliit when whenthosa hm hmthooe
thosa remaining would bu uiulle to satisfac satisfactorily 11I9Iao10rlly ¬
torily pertorm rflrm their duties dutiesTelfgramu luIIEI luIIEIJelHnmd
Telfgramu Imvo l en II sont to lienr Admiral AdmiralWstson AllrnlrnlWltOIl
Wstson commnndlnn thn Aslatiu station and andHear nnlUur
Hear Almlrnl Knmz fommandliig the Iacill Iacillstation Inelllullou
station ullou iiiitructlng lh IhMIII in to make arrange arrangemontk IIrnnltlIIenlli
montk lor or examining thu sixyear rail aII > t < on onthe II IIUIP
the stations to whinli thev areiiliinheil Them Themun 1CIu
un u no rndeiii lIdI on lie Kouth Atlantic lInllll station stationtSomo nOII nOIIliomo
tSomo of ilitia 111t on tho North Attanl1 or orMIII orhIIIM
hIIIM MIII > Hint Hllltion ion may mil go to Annapolis for ex exaniiliation
aniiliation The Ih examination nuentlon will willho 11 >
I ho h preinired lrell J by h thn Ih Acnilemlc rdmlc lioarl u r < thn thnNaval IhnIaleatJlII
Naval IaleatJlII Academy nna lruniiuttodlui 10 > liCit Coiu CoiunianilerinChlef COUlIIalldrIIICIIlef
nianilerinChlef of t imvul 1I111Iwhil who will appoint appointiDinmltteeHof
iDinmltteeHof oltlcors to conduct the IXrtmin IXrtminntlons XolIllItIlOlli
ntlons Thfl Il paper 13 > 01 of each In h cadet will IV II I be b re returned rpturn ¬
turned turn llo < to thu Ih Academic Hoard for review ami amimnrklng IIIllIIIIltr
mnrklng IIIltr lni on thu result nt 0 which will deiwud deiwudthe dellllIlIth
the th standing given 1Iell to Individual cadets eall l In IlIlh IlIlhlIt thn thnlltt
lIt of f fiislKiiK nIIII The II Unal i nl grailuatlftiiulasx IlrilllIl1l1on ul as II IIII
It is called confute cOII i lof of thlrtvnlne young men menOn 11101111f1
11f1 CUIImli 1 II IIIIn
On Mr Ir < lilrkrrinss ItIlkrtin ltecin < l > II CnnKrrns CnnKrrnsCuiniitlttfH Cnnr CnnrtulllulIh
CuiniitlttfH n lll lItIII lItIIIIIIo010S ttrnil ttrnilWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON IIIo010S Feb 11Owing 11 hOlnlllo to the II oopoil oopoiltloiiof ollQ I
tloiiof 110 J Mrs ChlckerlngnoloDgrns Chlclerln 110 rUOllrtu committee committeewill cOlullliltcewill
will attend the funeral of tho Ih lut luprnncnta luprnncntatlvo
tlvo Checkering on Friday Mrs Chkkerltitf Chkkerltitfboforo ChloerhllLoloru
boforo leaving thn city it mentioned l1l1onell t0 ilifavor ilifavorwithwhlch III fIlHr fIlHrwllh
withwhlch wllh which Mr Ir Chlekerinu retarded the at attendance nlItlllhilce ¬
tendance of commiltees commlll nt Congress on funor funoriN rUIIJral
al iN of ineiubors of the Ih llousn A riireentatlvn riireentatlvnof
of tint Ih rierseantalArmi liis taken chnrgu of ofthe 01th
the th funeral the BXpen txpelU i of whleh will bu paidby paid IaldIJ
by IJ the House lOU
Stop tint tb Couih Couihanil Cnllallantt
anil works nil Iha hi fold foldUistiTe ColtlIAnlhe
UistiTe BromoQnlnlne TsblHii Tabl cnr cllre cold la cue cueilir gilttlay
ilir So Cure lIrI NgJ ill 7 1tice 20CJJ 2G p
VlrarrN roar lv r OFFICK OFIC SUB SUBAuiuilng ureAIIIUIIIIK
Auiuilng Conteit Over tlie Honor nf Enter EnterlulnliiR tlllerIlIlnlll
lulnliiR the lluuie CoiainltHir CoiainltHirWifliitNiiTov ClllumltlWAftlltcUTU
WifliitNiiTov Fob llA truco was wa dcclar tcclare1 tcclare1Ihl J Jthis
this Ihl aftotniMjii between tha Now OW York ork assoela assoelalions 818Ocl1I0lu <
lions which hUll been uontustlng for tin tinprivilege tholrllI
lrllI privilege llo of endtrtalng tha House Commltlei Commltleion e
on Iubllo IlnlldluKs and llruumls when I Icomes It ItcOlll08
comes to Now York ork to look over the th ilten for i inow a aIIUIT
now city Iust OfHc Mesurs W 11 Corwlue Corwluerepresenting CorllIe1lllrpllenlllur
representing the MorchantsA urcallll AAoclntion soclullonBin soclullonBinI and andII
I II W llalnbrldge reproMeutlng rtvr oeullulC the Joint Com Cominlttee <
inlttee 111111 on Iostal Faullltles of Ihu othor polltlca polltlcaand poHtlcll1anti
and vommorclal organizations reached unun ununderstamllng un UII UIIdHslanllln
derstamllng tlmllhe that Ihll oommlttei I ghould 8houllilio bo ln lnvlted Invlle1 <
vlted to Now IW Vork ork on FebJl Ib 1 or nuch uch othoi othoidatoustliu olhordllto
datoustliu dllto aM Ihu uomralttun should nulect Ihu Ih do doliilUut 110IIIII
liilUut IIIII 01 thurnterluliiinentdf Ihu 11erullimelit Cllihe Ilia commllUo U Ube to
be arranved In NflW AW York Ot Mr Ir Mercer Clmlr Clmlrman <
man of Ihu commlttoo will lay the proposition propositionboforo
boforo 1 < 1010 tho commllton tomorrow and Ihu lnvl lnvllullon <
lullon will wlllllroloaLIv probably be accented accentedTha IIrcellludfhll
Tha content over tho honor of cntertalninu cntertalninuthe
the cnmmltluB aiid II lid InclJentally paying It Iteiponsc II IIoIon
eiponsc oIon t < was rather nmiislng nlllu lill Wlion th thproject the theIroll
project Iroll t was announced unllounce l gome time ugo of n new newuptown
uptown Tout Ofllee In tho vlolnlty of the flranc flrancCfiitrul OraudlIlrul
Cfiitrul lIlrul Million U wui thouuhtdctlrablo Ihoulht telrnbo thai thaiHID thatIh
HID Ih Commlttco un Public llulMlngs am amOroumli IInd IIndIIrounlo
Oroumli before which tha bill must come comeshould comeehould
should be Invited to Inipoct 101lollovornl moraldcslrablt moraldcslrabltnlteu te lrablu lrablultet
nlteu In tlm Ih vicinity ot thu station and Mr MrCorwlne MrCorwinI
Corwlne IIU < m behalf of thn h Merchant Asso Assoelationextended A o oclallollxlIndod
elationextended to the Ih comtnltteH cOlllmlllelhrilullh through Mr MrIuminiugh Ir IrIullllnlll
Iuminiugh Iullllnlll an Invltntloti lu visit Now ie York on onh in inFeb
Feb h 111 Thu Invitation wui II uocepted uocIItllInd and the thecommlltea Ihocn
commlltea cn 1mllt wa Wtllin tnlvuvn IUIII11 hern h III on 1 rldll rld > hfter hfternoon hlllrnoon <
noon roaohlng New ew York thnt evening c ami amiiHwmt nlill1I1ln1
iHwmt Haturdayai th Ihfl1l1lU11i guestn ot tho Merchant MerchantA 1rchllntMsootlltllI >
A < soulntliti Saturday was to be I utilized UllJlrltllor UllJlrltllorIhA foi foilh
IhA lh iiurpiisuof unmo of examining thu sites sitesWhan II IIIIII
Whan IIII this Information reached ro chcd the Ih Joint JointCommitted
Committed 01110111 on Ioital Fucllltieit of thu Ih otherorganization other olhurOrtIlIlIZllllr
organization Mr llalnlirldgicoaiplained IInlllllrl < II cOllllllrIIItllltilt cOllllllrIIItllltiltIlw that thatthe
the Committee on 111110111 1ontal Facllllieashoulil Fllellltl JI MhnI1 have havebeen hnvJH
been JH II consulted cOII III1d ami that Ihlllllll1I8 It was not fair for the theM
M 1 A to monopolize 1II0no > 0Il1lho the Commlllpo on llulld llulldIIIKH lIulhlIII <
IIIKH III and Grounds Owing tn llin friction the theuoiiunlltee th thcOllllnllltI
uoiiunlltee ducldod tlOIIJtlllll not to 10110 no to New 1W York at all allunless nilIInllt
unless they settled among thomsulves I hIlItlMoh whloli whloliorganization IIloh IIlohorllanlzatloll
organization was to do the honorn In consn consnIIUDIICO conllIU
IIUDIICO IU IICO MefHr le Hr Corwlno and llnlnbildgn wiirc wiircnent woanr
nent anr to I Wanhlngtmi to consult eOIl 1I11 with Mr Ir Slcrcni SlcrcnitnJay UcrerIIr
tnJay Aftnr IIr n few momentargument moment argument Mr sirCorwlne lr lrCor
Corwlne Cor nil withdrew tlm UI Invitation I of 0 the M 1 A Annd
nnd then 1011 suggested IIIII lod to Mr Ir Dulnbrldge lIalllllrl < llle that It Itwas ItWIO
was up to him hlmlo to Invite the committee Mr Mrllulnbrldcn
llulnbrldcn 1111111 brhhm wanted wBnhllo to wait until Im h should ho1 < 1 re return 10Iurn ¬
turn to Now ow York and IIn l confer with lilt hi col colIciDtucH colleUICIII
IciDtucH but Mr Ir Corwlne Insisted lIlSI lot tliikt Ihntll It should shouldbu yhollttl1Jl
bu don 1011111 nt once on Ho lialnurldco 118111 rlil e drew rcV up 11111 a let letter 111I ¬
ter I r in which thn Ih coinmltlee was III lnvltod IrlIIollo to vlsll vlsllNow lI lt ltOI
Now OI York on Feb ji a or any other date thoycu thoy IhoyHI
HI cu fll to nolict I ct Mr Corwlno also signed tho tholetieron
letieron behalf I hallollho of tho M r rllr A AFirst
First llr t Ahslhtnnt IIIIIIt IlintniHsterCieneinl J Hoalh Hoalhwill Uoalhwill
will bo In New ew Yok orktomorrow toUWflOIV anil will per011l1I per perHonnlly
Honnlly 011l1I Invustlgata Inlc tItto tho sliutttlon ai D to IoM IoMOfllca IotOnlt
Ofllca uffalm uffalmllllr uITIIIIslinT
llllr JO HKttVCK TIX4TIUV TIX4TIUVCeiigreiiiiiKU IX47JtlCOIIKrrlman
CeiigreiiiiiKU Ievjr In Iropimei lrnlll 1 tn llrdure th thSnritliis IhS1fIlllft
Snritliis Ilevenure liy IKUUIMMI eUOOOIIIHIIIW IKUUIMMIWAHiiiNntoN
WAHiiiNntoN W IIInToo Feb h HRepresentative Hl Ire enlathe Levy Levyof 1lIYof
of Vew ell York today Introduced n bill to ro rodiicn todll11
diicn the Internal revenue tax HO 0 as a to de decrease Ie Iera ¬
crease ra o the tI surplus by on amount estimated l at atfOO000000 ntnooooOOO
fOO000000 annually The principal pro provisions prlhloll
visions hloll are IIr ns n follow Tha tax on beer ale aleAcu nleUI
Acu UI reduced from J to 1 par barrel the thetax Ihptax
tax on tobacco and unuff Is reduced r llIcrtl to six sixcunts Ix Ixconl
cunts a pound 11 u thousand on cigars weigh weighing lill lillIn ¬
In ing moro linn three pounds per lOonnnil 1001 nnd 7i 7icents 75eould
cents pnr thousand on cigar weighing less lessthau Ie IeIhnu
thau throa pounds pt 11 > r lott and 15 15per J JII1I
per IOooon II1I lon clgatettis Tho stamp luxes are areto III
to 0 bo reduiod IO < 50 per I cent cell except on rheakn rheakndrafts he1k he1klrals
drafts < nnd telegrams Tha taxei ax i on pro proprietary proIrletury ¬
prietary medicines nnd IIn preparations nrn lit litpealuil 1 1leallll
pealuil as n Is j thu lax of III cents per 11 ixiund on ontea In InIft
tea In explaining tho hill Mr II Levy II1V said saidThu ltltl ltltlTho
Thu Secretary of thn Ih Treasury has stated statedthat Mlnh1thnt
that tlm surplus from revenues rlllUlIl or tlm th lovcrn lovcrntueiit
tueiit 1111 wllf amount n 101 I 111 in bdlwenn flilHM0X and andltMiijuo IIhlOO
< ltMiijuo OO IJJIJ this year ur which amount In part at atleant
leant has been II ilnpolted In national illJarlllt illJarllltICRri deposi depositaries ¬
taries mid tnny 11111 bo depo 11 llolt lt d there to relievo relievothe rlIIfIIh
the Ih inonnr stringency 11IIIIOnl which Innvllubly follows followsthu lollowsIhu
thu withdrawal of monvr from circulation und undduring IIn1tlmlll
during tlmlll the closing 1OMIIIIlIIIOlllhM months of last year Inr wnlud wnludB
B very un suvure Iur objectlesson of the rcnultsof rlIult ol nb nbsnrptlon 1111orlion
snrptlon through taxation of the millions of ofdollars I
dollars dol aIs which were needed nct lln In bulnesn bulnl M enter enterprises enlerIIMOA ¬
prises To relievo that slrlngencv lrllllncIlhe the Hecre Hecretiiryof HcrIliryof
tiiryof till > JrpasurvHt rlft811t III llrst purchased Ilurcht 1 bonds bondsto I
to tlm Ih extent olfj5tVKiiXH 01 r IIIII > mid us the Ih strin stringency YlrlnIIe ¬
gency IIe Increased hit deposited intcrnnl IlIleronlrevnulI IlIleronlrevnulIft rnvenun rnvenunreceipt
receipt ft < ulrlM in nntional ilenosllnrlu I l1 llIlInrle wlioro such suchiovernment suclliOHrnrnent
iovernment fiindn dntw oJ nv no interest 11I1 rsl und un I In Inthat InIhnl
that way Ill sought lo relieve Un critical IrlllIIIlluallon IrlllIIIlluallonIh situation situationIlm
Ih Ilm retOtt nf the Ih Commissioner of Internal InternalItevenuofor InlelllillIIl1vullu
Itevenuofor IIl1vullu for IH Iii HIOWH 110110 that tho estimated estimatedreveniiet eellmnlp1TPVlnll
reveniiet from the n > eclal 1111 war WII tax IJIOOOIK IJIOOOIKlMK
lMK UI > i w IUM s exroedid by over ol r ifVfiOOOOO Tho Thodally Th ThIllIiI
dally IllIiI expciidllurf of thn Ooverntnent nro 11010 11010IIIIl tie tiecriitsing
criitsing nnd will eontinue to 0 deuroase e now nowUnit nowIhlll
Unit tinwac tlH Wat with lIh Spain is I over It Is the tI aim aimrf 111mf
rf f this bill to reduce taxation 11I lItion by Internal reve revenue rI rI1I1I ¬
nue 1I1I by II ut alleaI Icaht f liOOOOOOl liOOOOOOlIor
1111 01111 COIlJIEl1C COIlJIEl1CJlIr
Ior > e n Jlnntln Inillni Jan 3 It llnlancc llnlanccf
tlr < > f Triiiln 11111 In Our Iivur 1I r f IjIII11I1HJ IjIII11I1HJhlolllnloS irj7 Kls KlsWAHIIINIIOX
WAHIIINIIOX Fob 14Tho ItnporUof 1m pori 01 mer merohandlsi llPrhanllls1
ohandlsi for the month of January wore val valued al allItd ¬
ued at 7f 7rHJ4i5 > Hj045 which exceeds by SI7GS7 17 7 7lIllho
01 lIllho those for the same Hal11lIIolllh month Ian year onr Tho Thoexports
exports 1 porI8 of domestic luurchuudUo lUerchau ll < II for January Januaryweref JaounryIre
weref Ire f liriilrt4H I an IncrnisH IncrI 1 of 914trVXJS 914trVXJSover I tlti tltio
over o er thoso Iho for tho same slm month last year For Forthu 11Ihw
thu Haven lIeleIl1l10uth mouths ending olldln Jan ill the th Imports Importswero ImlOrlwro
wero vulUMil lit UbtJ40 4b040tMK I I an Increito IIIClla of
U 1 HMrllVj nnd the ho exports JHuOlHlOSM HvO lnu I on onIncrease IInInerlHM
Increase IIf < if SfiDill7 iiO IIl71 < ovor the like period of ofthn ofIhn
thn previous lUcal lI C1 year earl Thu balance ot trade tradeIn tmdoIn
In favor of th United Hutes for the seven seveni Y8enmonlllt
monlllt II Jla7ti1 I ISbtlull
> i > w S Sbtlull < hiluU nt Satnrlri of Cullecton of ofInternal orInluII1
Internal Itoveniie ItoveniieWASIIINQTON lIInlloW
WASIIINQTON W UIltNOTOS Feb 14Seeretary Oagc today todaytrannulttod todnytrlllllll1lttud
trannulttod to Cougressa II schedule chedul of salaries salariesfor alnrltllor
for Collectors of Internal Revenue proposed by byCommissioner brComnJls810n
Commissioner r ot Inletnal Revenue YVIIson YVIIsonTho Willoofho
Tho Commissioner suggests a salary of 3000 nuooII 3000a
a yenr nr where tho collnctlonn are JWiOOO ffIfJO a year yearor nr nror
or lejt le Inoreiislng gradually In proportion to totho totho
tho collections to iiOOU for 10rcolloClloIIII collections of > 10 10WJor
100 WJor or nver pr Mr Wilson ubmit uLtmltli a comparison comparisonof
of the Ih Milarlesot olleotorsol Cu Cualolll8111ul tom and Col
lectur l clurM of Internal liuvcnue In Inlwel twelve districts districtsshowing 1Itrltldfhowlnll
showing that although tho receipts from Inter Internal ¬
nal reviMiub aro much hkher bl hPf thau thlllllho thoia from fromcuitoms fromculonJ
cuitoms the salarlua 1111111111101 of Lollectora of Customs Customswere Cu loo looIere
were the highest highestInpullit lillheetlnnult
Inpullit MeellnE llrluyed llrluyedItsroLX 11111111ISCClIS
ItsroLX Neb Fob 14Tho National l tlonallolu tlonalloluIit 1opu 1opulist
list Central Committee whleh U to cull the theNational theallonlll
National Convention will not hold ho1 1 n formal formalsession orrulllIOi
session IOi until Monday lccause Lccilu e of the absence absenceof IIbsneot
of many mllll prominent rromm nl metnborn due III to a con
fuxloii of Uatoj unit JlHny lulI of the members wanted
to attend tho AntiTrust ntl1rtl f Convention ut Chicago Chicagoand Chlenoaud
and comu from them thIIIIO to Lincoln LincolnSick IlncolnVIN
Sick headache Food doesnt di digest ¬
gest well appetite poor bowels con constipated
stipated tongue coated Its your
liver Ayers Pills ire liver pills pillseasy
easy and safe They cure dyspep dyspepsia
sia biliousness 25c All Druggists DruggistsVIN
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VIN MARIANI MARIANIMarian
Marian Wine Win cWorld World Famous Tonic TonicDOCTORS TonicDOCTORS
DOCTORS OPINIONS OPINIONSAid
Aid lda UlKDftioii 1111 i iiniil Iulilallo llou rttnoTM
tiliBiif n au uU Iniprovri Hit appelilu appeliluSmUlin > Ielll IelllRt
SmUlin Rt IIIU life for a Inn 111111 n prln1 rloil 11111 nl nourlihii nourlihiiwithout 1I0UlllhlIhnll1
without In nr othfr food or drink drinkAll lInntII
All II Prtiggiits Irll 0 I ll lIrll8u riii Hiibilltut lllulll lllulllClrealest i iIreMcit
IreMcit Trunk Truukro
ro Corner lu America AmericaUILTOIS M MHAMILTOHIS
UILTOIS UILTOISWhere
Where Trunks TrunksAre
I 1 Are Made Made33d8tJtathAT MadeJ3dlt8IIT
33d8tJtathAT j
ANTITRUSTKRS GO HOME HOMETUK
TUK TJK 111 MKKTIXUS UIJ rlI UIOSK IfJM IfJMcuEtmit
cuEtmit tU IKIllJ run run uunits uunitsTim lWbllTIIfI
Tim Cldcaan Nritlnn nulilrrinm and Un UnrulyOnly VIIrulytlnb ¬
rulyOnly Only tlnl Cho hie Tlilim Kvlilent unit unitTlmt 1611111l11t
Tlmt Wilt Thnt They 111 Wr lor llrynn llrynnMii IIr
111111 Mii leT ir Capture III Iatronng IatronngCUICAUO 1lronRICUICIIO
CUICAUO full > ° uli UWltha 11 howling whoop whoopIng
Ing roll for tliBlloom ovor their reported cap capture capture ¬
ture ol Kluiborlvrtlio KlullJorltiJ tho AntiTrust Conferonea Conferoneaadjourned ConlerunclIIIllJoUrll
adjourned llllnlllllll Ino ilia tonleht Tlio IIu chlet howler howlerODIUMS howleralUOlur
ODIUMS ttio dervlhtie dervl lteM wa Wl11 loleRto Diamond Diamondof
of Keokuk A hour or 010 o previously a nowBim nowBimpur I IIur
pur 1111111 in u u ImJ juktlnKly urueJ Oonerciwuian OonerciwuianHulzor JolllrrCIIIDlUOIIlIlzo
Hulzor to Introduce a prollour rcsolullon and andUila IInllthla
Uila tlm Tammany Ilnllliman tnt raan agreed to do II IItho IIIhe
tho reporter would draft It It mid lId It wai evident evidenttuthufoufuronco evillelliall
tuthufoufuronco all till confurlluou cheorud clllerolilteo Itnnlt Into a frenzy frenzyover In1Yovcr
over Uom 1auls people that Mr tiulzor ro roLrettcd ruIretlctl
Lrettcd not having takuu timely advantacu of oflilt 01tho
lilt HUkKOStlOII suuoyllollfho HUkKOStlOIITho
Tho oiitlru Any alinoti wn WIIM given over ton tonnuoeeinlon 10 1 1auccu11011
nuoeeinlon of eiplonloiiH of hut air owing owingkppfirontly owhll1I1lltrulllly
kppfirontly to thu fact that tha delegate had hadgrown IIn1I1rOWII
grown tired of lltunlnu 1I lunlrlll to oflldally iclectvd iclectvdspeaker clectedlllionlrM
speaker ton hour it day fur two unrceitlvu unrceitlvuilajn MIICClvttin
tin ilajn with not 110111 a chuuue to talk till back or evou to tosmoke toslIIol
slIIol smoke In tho ronfuslon tho declaration of ofprinciple 01r
principle r and resolutions us well w tI ns the plan planof
of national organization orianl atloll were doclaroJ doclaroJadopted1 decillredIIllolteti
adopted1 before a nmjorily of tlio delegates delegateswero tlelcKlllMworo
wero aware they wore up for adoption adoptionund ntlol > lIoli lIoliIIl1d
und tho Ih reHUltnnt points of order ques questions IlueAtll ¬
tll tions II 8 for Information and 1111 1 of prtvllego prtvllegoat
u at well on poruonal explanation UDdur UDdurincrlniliiatlni uUIIrleprlllllnIilll
incrlniliiatlni chauos of partisanship vnrIlAIII IaIII would wouldImvo
Imvo Inextricably IlioxtrlctI tanKled up the confurence confurencebut
but for Chairman Mfiiutts M lIotlH parliamentary 1rtlulII nll1r talk talkand tnlknnd
and tlio th gooduaturod Indifference ot moat of oflh lI
lh delegate delegateDespite tltICIlBloIIJcslltl
Despite the avowed purpose of maintaining maintainingnon IPalllllllololnonI
nonI non > irtlsiin rll lIn njulpolso on the part ot lira liraiuaimKer thoIIIDllnlery
iuaimKer tha conlercuco had been ro ropeatedly roIntcdly
peatedly stampeded l amid boisterous applause applausefor ItPtllauselor
for th Ihe llryanlztd Damoeraey by Much apeak apeakers 8peakurll
ers nj Concrosuman ConllrOt ml111 Huller Mrs Oougor with withnot wllhnot
not more than porfunctorv protests on thu thupart thuIlarl
part of the few avowed Itcimbllcanu present presentwhile Irnontwhile
while Ignatius Donnelly nominee for 1real 1realdent lIII I IdOllt
dent of tho nltialndepandent tolter Loll r from fromthe ftomthe
the mlddleofthoroad sat I t In silence In one onecorner ollecoroer
corner of till hall with his National com commltnoman COIl11II111101l111n
mltnoman Milton Iark and National Organi Organizer Orl1l1lzer ¬
zer Iurker from Kentucky KentuckyWhen IIntuc V VWh611
When th Ihll plntform had been adopted and andbefore nllilbelore
before tliu thColDlllltte Committee on National SllIonnIOrlnnf7llllo11 SllIonnIOrlnnf7llllo11cou1 Organization Organizationcould
could l be reported young 1arker offered a aresolution Areolutlon
resolution pledging tho delegates not to vote votetor oto otofor
for nnv party Inrl which refused to adopt their anil aniltrust
trust and direct legislation planks and this thisprecipitated
precipitated all tha trouble In which ultimately ultimatelyJerry
Jerry Simpson Icnntlus Donnelly Congress Congressman ¬
man Kuler und young 1arker mixed up with withgreat
great vivacity to thedlssust of delegate and andttimisomont
ttimisomont of tho galleries Occasionally a aman
man Ilka JuJgo 1runtissof Chicago or Mnyor MnyorJones
Jones of Toledo would get In n word only to tonuke
nuke confusion worse confounded and It took tookall
all tha Celtic wit of a local Clannadneler ClannadnelerM
M V Oannon with Mrx floucar ns his echo to toturn
turn thn scrimmage Into n laugh laughThu
Thu iilnn for n national organization to 1m 1mcalled
called th AntlTrn t lPMgiie ntpicsuly do docluriH
cluriH that IIH activities dliall bo confined tou tounonl
nonl irtli > aii propaganda of trust ntntlstlos ntntlstlosund
und their discussion lor educational rntlior rntliort
t Imn imrty i > iupo e Apart from Ignatliia IgnatliiaDonn
Donn llyHcrltlclHin of IU utter futility for nil nilpractical
practical rt > ulH It Involved n lluht ovor thn thnonly
only Ml if patronage In elaht The commit commitIPO
IPO had leeiimnionded II Jl Martin of Vnnh VnnhIngton
Ington for Secretary and Washington Washingtonfor
for hi > ndiiuart ra Mr Martin had of ofllclatcil
llclatcil during tho preliminary MIIKX MIIKXbut
but the hlcngn Pintle THXt rit oovntcd thn thnplace
place for one of their number and had there therefurii
furii nivl a man to mnn oanva for tholrcnn tholrcnndMnto
dMnto K II Wcntwdrth In spcnndlni ih ihnomination
nomination a young City Hull clerk Insisted Insistedthat
that Chlcaico lielnc the greatest reform enntro enntroIn
In thti country had a right tn Insist upon uponrecognition
recognition by Mr Wnntworth elcotloii elcotloiihlCfiKQ
hlCfiKQ got thn rncoRnltlon Wentworth sot sotthe
the olllce and thu Singh Taxers are Kolng to tocollect
collect edit rod uxcound tho Ieaguug antl antlTho
Tho closing day of the conff renco began with withn
n Mnglng of Itaiaholuh the Sl v uirl of ofviluaud
viluaud jficsll enTooIonglnTliatlialr enTooIonglnTliatlialrThH
ThH putHlillslifd thn inuiswiry nonpartisan nonpartisanpitch
pitch of the ooncurt of opinion and no more morepartisan
partisan boltern protesting tha delriaUx ou outnrod
tnrod with enlhuslnum upon the font fontnoon
noon programme Then1 WB a light houtc houtcbut
but every man In It had either de delivered ¬
livered u Hpuvcli or had one In his hispockei
pockei Much animunltlon has been shot shotolTnlnee
olTnlnee Monilnr morning l > ut thBre are Legs Legsof
of it left uii xploil J That explains tha thanuniriuibign
nuniriuibign ln tha hall No nmoklng al allowiu
lowiu Chairman Jlonatt ruppud tho met
Itig to order about 1 oclock suylne that VII VIIHam
Ham Iltt once delivered a magnlllcont pencil pencilto
to f miity bunchuH Utxjn hearing tbli a num numborot
borot WIHmm 1lttstliHt hid been talking In Inthe
the lotliy came down front and took wain wainThere
There btilim a iiuorum present tho chair chairman ¬
man Introduced 1rof Hatch known an tlu tlullllnd <
llllnd PIIMOII nd a nonpartlunn Ilrjan Ilrjanman
man 1rof thtch without waiting lor n nchord
chord In I begun to detail In rong tha dolcctu dolcctuMe
Me doings of llajnholHh the Slave Girl of ofhulu
hulu who full Into the grave error of MUPPOH MUPPOHIng
Ing that she would Ie freed by the red white whiteand
and blue The Sultan corrected this Im Impre
pre ilon by explaining that there was nothing
ia thr trxntr between lilin and Uon Dates that thatrrovldrd
rrovldrd fop this Ho Hajaholah Is still stand standunder
under a palm tree and andThouvh
Thouvh the iUri > and th itrlpn re tbov her herlUJitioltli
lUJitioltli ctn never be free free1rof
1rof Hatch clotml his song by urging all the thedelegates
delegates to voto for Kftiftholuli In NovPinbT NovPinbTlluiilus
lluiilus names will not bo on tho ticket but W WJ
J Ilrynn I liar accredited representative The Theaudience
audience by Its rapturou applause ulgnltlerl
its Intention voting the lavt < girl ticket ticket1rof
1rof llntch then sang another nunpartlsnu nunpartlsnuIallad
Iallad entitled Maos Been Too Long In That ThatChair
Chair The moral of this was that nothing nothingtviMiM
tviMiM l not Hffht nnlll tVllllmii 1 Ilrr > n nshall
shall sit In the 1reatdont s chair chairThn
Thn loml apulause that followed encouraged encouragedhis
his honi for a trlnlng sum and from all over overtho
tho hnli canin tha Inquiry Wher can we get gettliHinV
tliHinV As a sort of relaxation from the menial menialelTnrt
elTnrt reiinlred todlgeit the vocal argumenu argumenuof
of Irof Hatch airy brochures were road by byother
other tirofesrnri Including Irof J I Com CommouH
mouH of New York IrofW N Osgood of Uas UasnohiihftttK
nohiihftttK who disclaimed tho title and irot irotII
II W Iliitnla whom everybody knows knowsWhile
While the oratory wns proseedlng tho Com Commltte
mltte on National OrganUation was formu formulating ¬
lating Its report This ccmmttti > e recom recominiiuuDu
iniiuuDu inu pirtiiuu ui INC lunuwtutc uiucera
fer the rormun nt organization organizationrrenldeut
rrenldeut M u IockwooJ of 1onnsylTanla 1onnsylTanlaBecretnry
Becretnry II U Murtlnpf Now York Treas Treasurer ¬
urer U T HrlJ of Washington Financial FinancialHoorotnry
Hoorotnry W II Homing of Kentucky
Tho commltUo ravomtuendod that the itole itolegates
gates Irom thx several Btuteit represented representedrecommend
recommend from their respective Suites a aNational
National UeIrpsMpnt and thrvo men tn tnrrprvrent
rrprvrent It In tha National Committee nn > l lHint
Hint this body composed of the National Vice Vice1resldciiln
1resldciiln mvl the three National Committee Committeemen
men proceed to organ izo every voting pri priolnct
olnct of the Inlttd Slates of America Into non nonpnrtlsn
pnrtlsn antitrust Ifttgues in which the tost tostotmembrrshlDshall
otmembrrshlDshall be that they shall nub nubscrlbotothe
scrlbotothe on tltutlon and declaration of ofprinciples
principles adopted by the Pic i < nt vonfereiico vonfereiicoThn
Thn Constitution leoommcndi that tho name nameof
of th organization shall be the American AmericanAntlTriml
AntlTriml League Any American citizen of oflatlsfnctory
latlsfnctory character and < iualllhiitlon It ItellLlbb
ellLlbb Until the llrst national convelitlnn In Inheld
held the national lengtie Is to consist of thi thinational
national committee tho national leglslntlvo leglslntlvocommliueaniltlie
commliueaniltlie national ollloeri Then Thenafter
after tho national league Hlmll be composed of ofdf
df legatee elected by popular vote of tho mem members ¬
bers of each Htate HtateA
A national president to hold office two year yearIs
Is provided for with rower to chooot rernuln rernulnIng
Ing oflleprn Including u national committee of ofHIM
HIM uiimbers from each Htatit and Territory Territoryand
and a national executive committee of fifteen fifteenof
of which the league ofltcois lire to h mem memb
b rs Tl > report concluileil by recommending recommendingthat
that triii platform adopted l > y the body be bemaJii
maJii the jdedarntlon ot principles of the na national ¬
tional organization organizationAn
An addro and resolution tn thn iieoplc wero weroreported
reported Thu resolution demanding the pub pubHi
Hi ownership and operation or rallwayx und undtelegraph
telegraph contained n modifying clause which whichatttnctad
atttnctad no attention In tho convention conventionUeorcu
Ueorcu Fred Wllllunu had Insisted thnt tho thoprinciple
principle of compensulloi should be rucoit rucoitnlied
nlied unequivocally tuul after n flvo hours hourscontest
contest ovor thisjuostlon In oomralttee iltir iltirIngwhich
Ingwhich Tom Jolmnonnnd Henry Uuorge UuorgeJr
Jr vainly miunlmlle I the outandout ulnirli ulnirlitaxers
taxers annltitt the opportunl ts the following followingpimproml
pimproml o wa agreed upon Provided that
full compensation bo awarded therefor ex excluding ¬
cluding however all watered stock und other otherllctltloiiH
llctltloiiH value valueNothing
Nothing Is Mid as to the franchise value and andwhether
whether It should l > Included or excluded
Irom nompensatlon though tlov Altgeld nnd
Tom Johnson declared afterward that the
franchlto value Is to be Interpreted as n fle
lltlous value just an noon as the people get getDr
Dr IurkliiirU III Again AgainThe
The nor Dr Charles 1arkhum n 111 nf hU hUlorne
lorne 1W Kait Thirtyfirth slrcet He lii not noteen
> een well since his return from Switzerland i iicoultatouotnertrlpoubol
icoultatouotnertrlpoubol town
DR GREENES NERVURA NERVURABlood
Blood and Nerve Remedy RemedyNow
Now Im the Tim to Take It ItIt
It is the Best Spring Medicine Medicinethe
the World Has Ever Known KnownFood
Food lor the Nerves and Life for the Blood BloodWhen
When sleep sits upon the footboard and mocks mocksWhen
When night Is turned to a hideous playhouse wherein the most mostterrible
terrible and harrowing dreamplays aro enacted enactedWhen
When the dawn ot the day brings Instead of refreshing vlgort vlgortnothing
nothing but listless Irritability IrritabilityThen
Then ThenTake
Take yourself In hand Do It at once before pros prostration ¬
tration paralysis or Insanity have full sway swayThere
There Is cause to be alarmed alarmedThe
The nerves and the blood the thesomething
something you KNOW Is Isgood
good Dr Greenes Nervura Nervurablood
blood and nerve remedy remedyThis
This will give to tho starved starvednerves
nerves Just tho food and andstrength
strength they need It will willg
g y yand
and drive away Indigestion biliousness weakness and the thousand thousandandone
andone Ills that come with weak nerves and poor blood Dr DrGreenes
Greenes Nervura has done this for hundreds of others It will willdolt
dolt for you youMr
Mr VIBNOM I BMilt Si reerlfcleMe naysi naysiOwing
Owing to loo close application to mental work and IndonrMnflncrarntI became amlrtca amlrtcawith
with iietvnus dyipepsla to nidi an eitcnt that I was nhllRtd to give up Ihe work lu which I Iwas
was eugaued I was completely run down tleeplem und could at scarcely anything mid midI
pliVflclan wliuin 1 ruiisultfld told mo I wan on the thernad
I was in a bad cnndltlun A protuliient
rnad to nervous iiroUratlon On tho sdvlou nf u friend I Iwpan Intake l > r IreencsNervura IreencsNervurabloud
bloud and nerve remedy and after taklnu llireo buttles my hnaltli was troitly Improved t treconiuicnd
reconiuicnd Dr lirvvnai Norvura blood and ncrvo remedy to any uuu tliullarly alllicUid alllicUidlr
lr Greene 35 West Uth St Now York Clly U Iho most suoceiaful speclsJIst In curlnn curlnnnervous
nervous snd chronlo dltcaies He has remedies for all forms of dltejuo nnd offers to plve plvefree
free conculutlon and advice personally or by letter Yon can tell or wrlto yourtronbles to toDr
Dr Orcent for all communication ara confldcntUl nd letters aro answered In plainecaled plainecaledenvelopes
envelopes
MISSING FROM P1USC1LLA P1USC1LLAAiitKitr
AiitKitr n iMviMMir siritosKn siritosKnTU
TU IIATK itmnrxun MKI MKISomr
Somr of Ills Clotlifs nnd n llnlky Irller tn tnlilt
lilt Daughter In llontoii Vith Trn CenM CenMIn
In Iny InstngH round In Ill > llouni llouniAfter
After tlie Ianengers Wrrn < 0 thn limit limitA
A man supported to havo bon Albert II Han Handolph
dolph ot Hoston disappeared from tho steamer steamerIrlsclllu
Irlsclllu of the Fall Itlvor Ilno on Monday Mondaynight
night on tho Irlp from Uils city to Fall Ulver UlverIt
It was tho last trip of tint season for tho Prls Prlscilia
cilia and when shu arrived at Full HlvcrCapt HlvcrCaptK
K 0 Davis ordered tha ttoward to uot thn thnpassengers
passengers off nsiiuleklc an possible because becauseho
ho had to taku tho vessel to winter < iuarter at atNewport
Newport On tho way to Newport Wil William ¬
liam Wilson n porter discovered n nmans
mans effects In stateroom Ji which U on onIho
Iho gallery douk port nldn and just nbovotho nbovothowheel
wheel There was n silk hat n blue overcoat overcoatmade
made by Nevlllo of London a small grip n ndorby
dorby hat In a hat box and three eniif nud one oneumtirella
umtirella tied together On a tabla In Iho room roomwas
was n bulky envelope addrossod to Louisa Louisallandolph
llandolph Oxford llotnl Hoston A toncent toncentpiece
piece had been laid on top of It evidently to tol
l > ay the postage postageThu
Thu rogter showed that A llandolph had hadengaged
engaged thu room nnd n porter remembered rememberedshowing
showing him to It No onn remomborod BOO BOOIng
Ing the man afterward When the orow re returned ¬
turned to Fall Itiver on tho Plymouth Cnpt CnptDavis
Davis reported tho matter to Supt Nlckeraon Nlckeraonwho
who forwardod the latter and notified the po police ¬
lice Ilandolphp offecls wero brought to this thiscity
city yesterday on thn Plymouth and are now at atthe
the ofllco of tho Fall Illver Line Thn mt box boxU
U plastered with railroad nnd steamship tagu taguOne
One of them was dated Oct 14 IHltu and was wasmarked
marked Etrurln first clans passage passageItatidolph
Itatidolph while In this city made his home at atthe
the Hotel Albert on University 1laoe Ho had
bcea there for the past nine months Hn had
boon In the habit of settling his hotel account accountnt
nt tho end of each wenk on Sunday Lust him
day ho paid his hill as usual On Monday Mondaymorning
morning he surprised the hotel clerk by walk
Ing up to the desk and paying what was dun dunfor
for one day Hu said he WHS going uwuy nnd
Immediately departed carrying a grip It had
been his custom toshakn handi with some of oftht
tht othor gucsu nnd bid them goodby when whengoing
going away for along trip and as hndldnotdo hndldnotdothis
this on Monday It was tho general belle of
thoso about thu hotel thnt he was not going goingBOSTONFeb
BOSTONFeb 14Miss Loulsn llandolph lives livesat
at the Hotel Oxford with her mother Mrs
bert R Randolph wife of tha missing man
Neither wife nor daughter was nbln to see Ihe Ihereporters
reporters today but a friend of lh family said
Uiat they were expecting Randolph to leave
Nework for Boston on Monday night Tho
friend said that Ihe family could not believe
that Mr Handplph had committed suicide and andwhen
when asked If the letter Intimated that such suchwas
was his Intention said ha believed not notEnglUli
EnglUli capitalists fora number of years and andspent
spent considerable of his time abroad The
family friends My that last March Mr Han Hannolph
nolph met with an accident on thu eable ears
In New orkand 1m a suit now pending for
damages The Injuries received In thn acol
dent caused him to suffer trom Insomnia and
1 HE SUNS Informant wns of the opinion that
tlilscBu t > dhlmtotakolil8lirolfli really did didso
so Ills wife and daughter were expecting to togo
go abroad wlih him Kxm
VICHY IS HEALTHFUL HEALTHFULA
A Natural Mineral Water J
4 4with >
with medicinal qualities qualitiesFor <
For Indigestion nnd J JStomach
Stomach Disorders DisordersSocalled >
Socalled VICHY VICHYIN
IN SYPHONS J i iQet
Qet the Genuine GenuineICHY
ICHY ICHYJUIfLEIlX
JUIfLEIlX JSHOTHKR I > lSCIAltllKt lSCIAltllKtNn >
Nn Cn e Agnlnst Onn nf the Irnnklln Sjn Sjnillcnto
illcnto Men MenLouis
Louis II Miller Jr n brother of William F FMiller
Miller ot tho Franklin Syndicate who was nr nrtosted
tosted after tho raid on tho Floyd street office officeIn
In Urooklytifor reraovlui anil secreting prop property ¬
erty belonging to Ihe creditors was nrrnjened nrrnjenedyesterday
yesterday for llnul cxatnlnntlon In tho Court of ofBpeelnl
Bpeelnl Hesslons Assistant District Attorney AttorneyJIcCaffroyRprung
JIcCaffroyRprung n nurprlse by abandonlpir abandonlpirtho
tho prosecution Ho Haiti that District At Attorney ¬
torney Clarke agreed with him that thorn wnt wntno
no evidence to HUbstantlatu the chirgn and Im Imtheretoro
theretoro moved for u dismissal of thn coin coinplaint
plaint which wan granted Noting Miller nnd nndhis
his father left thu court much olnwd over tlm tlmresult
result When his brother wax toldnt lhr > jull jullof
of thnoulcomnof thuoasn h hiild ho had cx cxIvclnd
Ivclnd It all along nnd also expressed hls conn
dunce that Ihe prosecution of himself would ul ultimately ¬
timately bn abandoned abandonedTliure
Tliure at puarii to bn onio doubt whether thn thnpending
pending Indictments nenlnst Miller will Htand
for District Attorney Clnrkn started a triwh In Inestlgntlon
estlgntlon of th nlliilrs of thn Franklin Syn
dlcalu imfore tho Irnml Jury yesterday Sev Several ¬
eral person who had been employed a clerks clerksnnd
nnd In othor capacities at the Vloyd Htrcet Htrcetoffices
offices worn examined nnd tho Inquiry will be beresumed
resumed today It wa rumored that Cecil
I slln llin press agent who was Indicted with
Miller mid who took to night might surrender
himself and lurn un ns a witness boforu the
Urnnd Jury winds up the Investigation InvestigationClilnene
Clilnene Farmer llolihed llolihedPntrlok
Pntrlok OXatll 18 yoaru old wa hold ys ystwrdav
twrdav for the Ornnd Jury by Magistrate Steers Steersor
or the Orant Ktreet court In Ilrooklyn on a aulmrco
ulmrco of burplary Hop Ring a Chinaman Chinamanwho
who Is engaged In fnrmlnrj In thu Flatbuslidls
trlct was thucomplalnunt thucomplalnuntllaltlinoro
llaltlinoro Firemen Mliiilylnc Our Mrtliodi MrtliodiChief
Chief MoVfeo nnd fiefretory llakerof tho Dal Daltlmoro
tlmoro Flro Dopartmont aro hero studying the theVnw
Vnw York nrellghtine organization They
wlnonsed an exhibition drill of tho llfcsavlnc
corps yesterday
CURE CUREBILIOUSNESS
BILIOUSNESS
1 iniuuviliiia iniuuviliiiavith
vith Kipans Tabulcs I have been in incalth
calth for a long time subject to frequent frequenticks
icks and suffering almost constantly
Distressing headaches I was much con conno
no very frequently had acute pains painsvn
vn dim dimMad
Mad become a burden to me
J and dull I was advised by
led Ripans Tabules to give giveo
o After using them for about aboutelievcd
elievcd of the constipation constipationbnltin
bnltin miabout five weeks mvhealth mvhealthorSaZr
orSaZr ° W0dcrfllll > l fccl ljc cr tha I have haveno
no K nC IC laPilI > dul1 fcclil15 B ° eand eandand
JEfrt8Uffcl thosc tcrriblc headaches
and S im S S l ° B BtllrouKh ° T tllrouKh my work without think

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