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3 J tt mirs floor Willi UI the tI Speakers Speakersirg SIeak fs fsIInS
1 incisamly IflLIY to preserve o of 0r nt
I I irg made madejings madet
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r t il jings unintelligible to them themtM th teznTter Il1 Il1Ther
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f I al tar hatwSton ZIon on exposition upproprla upproprlai
j the tliojriatlonj thoI
urmon chaIrman of
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t i jriatlonj irJat1 n committee e led the fight fightjJt fightJt flghttiem
I jJt Jt them and defeated a II motion to tosolution toA
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A I solution to appoint a special specialImlllee sveclalttQc leilalof
Imlllee ttQc ot Fenn ven members to VISIt VIHIIihi VISItj IHltrln
rln j 11I1 t Iuba I ihi It and the th IhlllnnniH IhlllnnniHYm
ri rjWrtplrl rep irt upon conditions rniseii ruI ruIr a atr at
tr t r ot if i junketing nkttnR trip and anI was WIl wasd de def
f d at Intervals In IlIls while conferenco conferencor conerenconorl
r norl ports 1t nT1 IWI W not before the House HouseMany House1an JouseMan
Many Man ot the visitors were ere soldloru In Intiifnru InUUllr Inttn
tiifnru UUllr Although several hard lights llshtsm
m tl rliims r It ms In tho Ik mrluus arluusapproprlatlon IIPproprlatlon IIPproprlatlonL
1 L t loitriUKjonthehorlzoiithe 10Drnrd UfJ 7Ufl on Ihe th horlzonthe lead leadeti
ers tn we c mndent that all the disputes disputesv
v aid Id be omiriWy IImlrnb settled before noon noont
t T rrrqw rnw rr W when Congress expires by byIlrJutlon vyJlrIIatloh byThe
IlrJutlon IlrJutlonThe
The Haute was still tII In the legislative legislativedij leslslatliI
dij iI if Friday and o the members mem rs camo camoprepared Calnoprermd caineprepared
prepared for a siege through thc night nightIf nIghtlIbe
If lIbe < bt implications made a night ses seas sessn sesil ¬
s sn il m n n wary waryMr SIar tsaTMr SIarMr
Mr Oros OC Orcseoor slenor enor of Ohio from the theCremlttte thec
Cremlttte c mmlttl on rules rul 3 presented pm ntcd a spe spef spec1 sperah
f c1 il ordfr providing that after rter tern ternminutes tmmlnut tenninutes
minutes s delate It should be In order orderI
I move concurrence In the Senato Senatoamendments Scnaloamendments Stiiatoaaenanients
amendments to the rIver and harbor harborW
W be ond nd to agree to ii the conference conferencefilVid conterencenlcd nferencelied
filVid lied for by the Senate Twenty T nl min mlnvites minute mliites
ute tes on 11 a side wer allowed on the rule ruleNr ruleTrmfrst ruledesired
Nr > Tpniyrat desIred to speak and andMr nndr andlr
Mr lr r Richardson yielded his time to toMr toIr totr
Mr Ir Hepburn vho ho aroused atousel the Houto Houtovlth 1ou Itousotth o oIh
vlth Ih a passionate asstonat speech s eech denouncing denounclnffth eaounrhn eaounrhnihs
th the mfturf me m ure He taunted launt d thc D Demo Democrats DemOS mo mo1
S rats for not 1 > l opposing It saying that thatth thatth
th h > ICO ItQIilOII oo ooo carried by Jy the bill ac acfor IICe acCCUTi
e CCUTi ln o for the lack of opposition oppo lIlon If
ins ixmtrats moaats tad stood against the tb
bill hi laid s enough In members mbers on his hliBid hI hIsld hissU
Bid o 01 th the < House H use would hare JoIned
with tth them t in to defeat defeatDoes t
Does th the gentleman think this letfs
latioa h I vfcouj uktt jr Ir VheeJer
ot 0 enlUcJrr
I 1 hare no TO 1IO word to properly charac
t trlte rfe ft It answered JIr Hepburn HepburnP0fk
1S When ben there s pork ork In the barrel rrel the
vote olee of the opinion Is stifled
It Is s sthink
always pratIng about Virtue 1 now
Appeal to ft ftThen IL
Then dos the gentleman think
there Is i a nIgger In the lIodrllle7
burn 1 do not know replied sir Ir Hop
wavIng hIm aIde
The
Ieman koolll gen cn
more about
and ta woodplle than I do nlggers
Hi Ir Dabell ot
Pennsllanlatrom Pennsylvania
from the
cmmtte
on rules
IUllon for thl th presented 0 reso
appoIntment ot
e rnmtttl ot seven m members B mbers a not special
cf t whom shall be ot one political tour
to Violt IIt Cuba Porto Rico part
Ippinci and the 11111
anJ ts report
then UPon the condItions
I
31r r RI Rharsop rdsop
the
mlnorll minority leader
Indorfd IOdOtE Ih i r80ullon
that II Ill thought
rgren
IhiUJd Was to legislate It
hat bi the
Ihll th c Information whIch
could Iel
InAlIi Luco cA as i e t
are about
up I to she
tnJ aj have
IhUJIttt II this a commIssion In the
a rrjIHJo jI ton anlhlng more than
EtHle I IndIana IndIanat a Junket ticked Air Aira 11
JL t II i DI t a Junket
acdJ < 1 Ibis replied Mr rr ilIch lch
I1Ide I1IdeYt Ide Inlestlgatlon should IJe
It Ir Yt It f 11JIaml tb Insular ot Jslslppl a memo
IeIrei 3 Cutr1lnlttee salt
e1 tbl Would oUII be he
1lItt141 Junket junk simply a r rand Ion °
1111 J POiers ot Vermont ermont derlar that
rfloJutfon Wn las Ih
bOlt 4t Inucusable hOldast and
STir 1 aw r repOrted Junketing report he
lIr r o crrw r 01
WIsconsin
It the nanltte chairman ot
I r on Insular affairs
late Inlormatlon ul Wa las to Iigl j la 10 It should salt
Ill tIiJ r < lted 1te on nt the hand IJrst It ht
rij r 1 < Ud h he tllr r r 0111lnlsslon Mr Mrhe tr trrij
t I 1M Wfluld
fit II tJl a the tat fat I lltolllpt
4 I and tie PhlllpIIIfS In Porte JUeo
It r I S
1 it dtrwood ot t Alabama
am ot o and an Mr Mrthe 11
tlft tlfti T IIInols Supported the thecrlll
hlr i
uander at eV York
ritttaD4 moved It
tonlur Ur hi lr the
8rna 8nate
rr11I Ie
carry ta I V r IOor1 or i amend
ttySJ SOOOIO tr r the St Louis
H tur f r the flufal0 utrnlo
11 S II ex
fiOO OO
fur
a uWoJD the Chnrlrs
The
t motion
itt ProVoked n
lit
ra 1 rn Ib elJCl c the th debate
etflafe crlll crlllttlici
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tn nlllen1 fltflPfl
be
4 t fu tt ± South aa as llIel 10 order V
tt CnroHna aroiflit
tu t members
by t the RM
< O SPClkr
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the com
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tit ot the
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irt1 t I he dlrlalrJ dl s Mr Caution ftr ° n nannouncement
2eUrnph Inn p earnest
JII 11 Ih J legie1 gIAlate cOITlh nih n qesertd gerte to t
T n II n h of invasions of the
lnlr
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rs
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r things he
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1 thl ll1arel1 irired he wa weit
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heltr O5V Jill tall for III
r C lrrhue hase
slon9 Lrs tIt trlCdom tram tramr
Iuh su h
nn n abuse
il a rl rih hl Mr or
lInnollS speerh
J ta
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b a fitlaullf < 1
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9 relUl1 oit II the announcement announcementto
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A tI rPtfi nltiJn man many members membersf s
It t bl1T1an an It Ntw
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I h t Sf luts lu York mn ntve4 1 to toXlr tot
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tng th ehUTIS Duffnlo
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rr
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rt Was t a
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ri 1
f C < r I lr In flip
fes n 1 ffi r I rr r t tt IIIlhlh IIIlhlhn I df fte4 uPd I1ra7os I1ra7osf b by r r5iayfc nn
n t IfnllIy
fi1a1 5iayfc 5iayfca7 an I IT11 from to the nrlll
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fit i h Induce th
S tr1 Iut ux river
n i a7 > nnd nndV
p r < V rtl l r rtrJp TlI111 rtTl1llrnrntR ltflnts IM
A i P V 11t to them
itr c
t 01 < i lraollon uOII > to totho
lit I I t f < n aM the bill
ttt 4 li <
Chlillnall
ot
the
IQstomlO i
committee resented nnotfier disagree dlsngrccment Ilsallrcment disagreemont
ment on the poatolllco appropriation appropriationbill
bill and that bill too wall sent back backto
to conference conferenceTho
The Benntc B nato amendments to the Dis District DistrIct fllstnlct ¬
trict of Columbia code bill wore con conciirreil concurrel conctirre1
ciirreil In The bill now goes to the thoPresident theIrpaIlJent theVtpldeflt
President for his approval approvalTho
Tho conferenco report on tho naval navaljilll navalbill
bill TaB adopted and tho bill now goes KOCBto Ioesto
to tho 1renluont relllc ollt for hi hIM approval approvalAt
At IQW 1O P I m the House took a I receSS recaflfluntil rCCOMauntil receSSuntil
until midnight During the roccs roccsmembers rccesltmombers recesmeinhiors
members gathered In groups and pans panshymn IIIIII IIIIIIhmn sangIt
hymn It Iin3 patriotic airs nnd nnl rnRtlmo rnRtlmomelodies rnrtlmomelodies rngtltiemelodies
melodies Their efforts were heartily heartilyapplauded heartilyapllhlullel heartIlYflpllLtude
applauded by the occupants of tho gal gallerlcs gal1lerlc4 nl nllerle
lerlcs lerlcsWhen lerlc4When
lerleWhon When the recess wan over Mr Loud Loudpresented Loul11reMentrtJ Loudpreeentee
presented till final report on tho post postofllcc IlOstonrc 1OStoffice
office bill line IImllt sunil It vntt vn lIlI nurecd to toTho toTho toThe
Tho conference confer nre report on the bill to toicstoro toloa tojestoro
icstoro loa lOT certnln Items to the pension roll rollwan rollWill rollwits
wan agreed lI repd to toTim tuIho torIte
Tim House lIou o then took up Ui the Dnlzcll Dnlzcllre Dalzellresolution DahzellresolutIon
re resolution oluton provldlns for Ito appoint appointmont nppolntIIent
mont of a committee tn visit Islt Cuba CulmPorto eubaIorlo CubaPtirto
Porto Hi 110 and the Philippine PhilippineThere Ihllilplnl1Jhere PhlhIjiphnsThere
There was a plight Htnsatloiiiil lIllIol1nl ex exchange e echl1nJo ecchange ¬
change between bet Ipcn Mr tnddox of Oeor OeorBla Gcornlll Ceorgin
Bla and nnl Mr rr Williams of MissIssippi MlRslpsIppIBrowlnp MissIssippigrowing tl 81 Rlppl Rlpplgrowing
growing out of tho formers denouncing denouncingceitaln flpnounrlnccntnln dnothnchtigcaitahu
ceitaln remarks of Mr Ir Williams hilltttns ns nsn 118n noa
n reflection upon Mr Mnddoxs col collenpuiH collennurH colleagues
leagues of the Commlttee on Insular Insularnffulrs rnsularortalrs InsularalTalrs
nffulrs Mr 11 Wllllnms disclaimed tiny tinyIntention IInyIntonllon LillyInteiilloii
Intention of rcflectlmr on Mr Mnddox Mnddoxnnd Mndcloxnnd IihnddocthnI
nnd only Inference of that kind must musthave IIustIHie
have nrlnen ho declared d from tho thoInttcrH thoInttlrlI tholnttcrM I
InttcrH IrmercnnsclousncBS of his in inability IIIobllily Inability ¬
ability to cope with the Itcpubllcan Itcpubllcanmembers HelHlIJllcnnmemvels Itepubhlentimembers
members of the committee committeeLater committeellIter committeeLater
Later Mr Ir Mnddox said he hail as ascertained a8cprlnlned asccrtnhneel ¬
certained that Mr III Wllllnmn had not notreflected notrclllCted notrehiecteI
reflected on the Insulnr affairs commit committee ¬
tee nnd nnt apologized for tho statement statementmade statemnemitmade latel11entnlalle
made Mr Wlllnms Wlllnml1lrncotull gracefully accepted acceptedthe ncropteltho
the npolony allolo alloloAt npoiogyAt
At 21 245 45 It m tho house again met
but without transacting any business businesstook businesstool businesstook
took n receSH until 4 oclock oclockUnder oolockItelHIIIIH oalockItneiiilts
ItelHIIIIH Under Ktronj Guard GuardEl
El 1aao OIlO Tex March 3The train I
bourlnu 400 New N w York recruits en route routeto
to It the Philippines who ho mutinied nt ntnnls
Knnls Texao Friday reached here to ¬
day ha and nndaftll after a brief stop left for San
KrnnclHco The soldiers wore ere under underclose undereloso UnIerchose
close guard and nnt tho cur doom were were10cktc1
locked The prisoners were cre held In Inono Inono liione
ono of tho cars They Tho will bo tried nt
San Francisco A number of the men menaia menaill mciiaic
aia sold nld to t have deserted at various variouspoints variousPoints arlous arlousIJolnls
points nlonjr the hue between Tex Texarknna Texarkana lexarknn
arknna and Ul Inso
Ciilmns Cheer hieeslbmlliilteel for Hulled Blairs BlairsHavana HlatpHHnlnua ShistisHavaata
Havana March llIrch3Iast 3 Last evening af ¬
ter the demonstration In front of the
Marti theater where u torchlight pro procession proctsslon proccoslon ¬
cession composed of members of the
National Republican and Popular par ¬
ties were reviewed by the tntmibem of
the convention eonvpn tlon the procession fiOOD fiOODptionsr rooaslrong OO OOstrong
strong went to the overnorBencrals governorgoncrnlaImlac overnorBencralspalace
palace where a r deleRatlon presented
to Gen Wood oot a petition to President
McKlnley urging ufl lng absolute Independ Independence ¬
dice for Cuba CubaThe Cuvafho Cubafhio
The dcmoimttatlon was originally In ¬
tended ns n 1 rebuke to the United
Slates Senate nnd House of Repre Representatives HIpreFenlnthes Itelreesemitatlves ¬
sentatives for adopting the Cuban Cubanamendment CuballIIInendlnent Cubatiamendment
amendment hut no such feeling was
displayed dlspln NI at tho palace The com commltteo commlttee cornmitittee
mltteo was IIS cordliUly received by h Clon
Wood WOO I and on retiring gave cheers for
the united StatesV States
W V O Clark Breaks III Ills Ntok NtokDenver Icl IclDenver twJcIenver
Denver March 3 3W W C Clark sec secretary secrotar secrotary ¬
rotary of state for Colorado In 1S7C 1S7Cmot lSj6met 1176loot
mot accidental uccl pntlll death eath In tho Wade
block In this city this afternoon He
tripped while coming down stairs and on
fell to the bottom breaking his neck
He was C2 years of age
PO PORTO RTO UIOAV fltOt1M1lhttI8 fltOt1M1lhttI8Seent UO nMKJIUVTH nMKJIUVTHA
A Sucno at Ito Wharf us they Ihl Were WereAbout WetoAhuut Seiotlitiitt
About in Ii Start Ior Hawaii HawaiiIonce III1nllPonce lIitviuhIVance
Ponce P I II March 3 3The Tho New
York and Porto Illco Steamship com ¬
panys Cullfoinlan having on board
too emigrant for Hawaii was about
weighing anchor when she was de ¬
tained by 11 the authorities The local localpress 10cIIIII localPress
press II res has ms been publishing alarming IIlnrmlnlstorIes alarmingstories
storIes of f Illtreatment slavery sll1el and andstarvation nndatnrl1t1on andstarvation
starvation thus discouraging and
frightening ntildbc would lie emigrants and nndmen andmuon
men anti ani women had been v pn calling on
tho th police to recover runaway runawa children
Dozens of women had asked for the
detention of deserting husbands
As A n result of if these complaints and andrequests nn nnrelluests andrequests
requests the rollce o1lce boarded lIolu ed the Call
fornlnn The officers of the he ship re ¬
fused to net and nn then tho alcalde alcaldefished IIlcllhloul1led ahcatdetekeol
fished Gay GO Allen lIon for Instruction UI ¬
timately the customs authorities re received recelcd receised ¬
ceived orders to detain the California Californiannd Cnlltol1lalland
and tho police took off four children childrennnd childrenand childrenand
and five n dulls The Californian nails nailsat sllilsnt sailsat
at 1039 this evening for New Orleans Orleansf OrlcansJrnlfC OrleansInipress
JrnlfC H 1 IrdlIlcltR < f Condition ConditionTyfu
Tyfu Nl 1ork Vnrlf n l Mnril j Klnn ln liMttnnl
has promised to i ii go to t Hamburg i n1hurg later iii iiin laterfl
in i n the spring says the Tribunes Lon Louon ¬
don d on correspondent but owing to the theMrlous theorlous theenlous
Mrlous state of the health h l11th of Rmprci
Frederick nothing definite has been
tlxod l Pro llunvcrs one of the medi medical medlenl niedial ¬
cal c al attendants on the lhi empress says
that t quite possibly she will viil live for formany tormanr forany
many m any months though her Illness may Inll
take t at any IIn moment a turn for Hit Hitworse thtworse thicVOrsO
worse In whlih cane rn e the end would wouldprobably wouldlrobably wouldrobably
probably p come suddenly
It Is understood that Queen Alexan Alexanclrn Alexamara ¬
dra d ra would not leave for Copenhagen Copenhagenuntil
until u ntil after the departure of the Duke Dukeand Duko1nll lukend
and a nd Duchess s of Cornwall At the con conclusion COlielusion ¬
elusion e of the colonial tour the duke dukeand dukond
and mi nd duchess will take up their abode abodent
nt a t MarlborouRh house as Prince and
Princess of Wales WalesWe WalosPretty WalesPre
Pretty PrettyChildren Pre PreChildren
Children ChildrenI
I We have three children Before the thebirth thebirth theirth
birth b irth of ofthe the last one ray mywife wife used fourbot fourbottics four fourboties bot botties
tics t of MOTHERS FIUEHD If Iyou youlutJ you l1tJ the thepictures Ihepictures thelcturcs
pictures p of ofour our children you could see at atapancethattliclastonc ata ata
apancethattliclastonc apancethattliclastoncIstallMcstprcttkstanJ a gance that the Inst one oneIs ones
IstallMcstprcttkstanJ IstallMcstprcttkstanJniusMooklnffoflheraall Is i s 1eJlthlcsl IeaIthiiestpretIicst lJrctUesl and andnnestiooklngoCthem aii aiilaestlooklngofihem
niusMooklnffoflheraall niusMooklnffoflheraallMy f all allMy alEMy
My wife thinks Mothers MothersPrlenJ lOIhersFrfend lolhersrIen
PrlenJ i rIen is the creates createsand grea greatestnd tesl tesland
and a nd Irandest grandestremedy Irandestremedy 4 4crnedy
remedy r In the theworld theVorll he t tWorldforexpect
world Worldforexpect for expect cxpectant expectant
4 4Writtcti
ant mothers mothersWritten mOlhersWrillen
Written by byaen byaenuckyMtorneyat a Ken Kenlucky Kenlucky
lucky i uckyMtorneyat uckyMtorneyatLaw Attorneyal Attorneyallaw
law lawffl LawMOTHERS
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LDiLUn prevents ninetenths of the tbesuffrhlJ theI
i f ill IEflD Lull fl su suffrhlJ rlP Incident to child chllJblrtli childbirth childJ
J birth ihccomlnff mothers mothersdisposition mOl mothersdisposition hers hersdlslosilion
disposition and temper remain unruffled unruffledthroughout un trnrutfleilbroughogt ruined ruinedthroughout
throughout I the ordeal ordea1bCCaUS because this relax relaxing relaxIng retaxug ¬
ing l ug renctratlnp liniment relieves Hie Hieusual Iheusu1 ihicUsual
usual distress A goodnatured mother motherIspretlysure mOlherIs
Ispretlysure Is rrellysurc Fretty sure to have a goodnatured gooJn lurcd child childThe chlMThe childThe
The patient Is kept In a strong healthy healthycondition hCJllhlcondition heahibyCondition
condition which the child also Inherits InheritsMothers Inheritsfalbers InheriisMothers
Mothers friend takes t kes a wife through the thecrisis thecrisis i icrisIs
crisis quickly ant nJ almost painlessly II IIassists 11lsslsts IIaslists
assists In her rapid recovery and nJ wards wardsoff wardsofr wardsoft
off the dangers that tlutso so often follow toll ow de delivery delivery deivery ¬
livery l
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TUG BIUOPIGLD ltAUrHI iIl REGULATOR CO COATLANTA COAlu CoA1LATA
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GEN HARRISON HARRISONON
ON ALLIANCES ALLIANCESHo
Ho Discusses Our Relations With WithGreat WithGreat WithGreat
Great Britain BritainTIIEIU Britainr11I1l BritaIntitlIEIlt
TIIEIU r11I1l IU BASIS J3ASISMUSTBE MUST IUsrllllE BE MORAL MOHALlrleitd MORALlerleIlduhlIl lOlLIJIlrlllIdhll
lrleitd IlrlllIdhll lilp TInM 111 No ot l lie or n Iartr IartrHern lartTlIern IartrStern
Stern multi n rirly Tlu < roIn roInjliillcuol c lii liijuittet
jliillcuol Ju juittet tUeo III llocr tt < er liir liirNew ts 11 r rNew rNeis
New York March 4 4In In the North
American IteVleiv for March ex1renl exPrelltent
dent ent Harrison han the second
of his hisimpors hispl1llels hisPAPers
PAPers on Musings on Current Topics Topicstevating foplestlcatlnl
tientlni on the Urltlsh nlllanco and IIn
tho lie JJocr War WarGen varienorai nr nrOeneial
Oeneial Gen 1n1 Harrison says In imrt imrtH
Ia H not the Inevitable tendency of ofany otnny ofany
any attempt ettemn > t to put Great Britain and nnllthl
the United States Sllleflln In the relation of al ¬
lies to raise up Ut and ulIstrelJthen strengthen an anti
British party In the United States and andnn 11111nil antiflit
nn antiAmerican party III Great lint lirltnln 11111aln lintalit
alit 7 If n friendship between Great
Hiltnln and the United States that will willinnko willlimite vthIlimahco
innko their Ih h Immediate IIIUnc lllto relations cordial cordialand corJIC11nllll cordlniamid
and unite their tnlluenco for peace pc lice and andhuman IIndhumlllJ amidhiuniami
human progress > Is to be h maintained
to become a Hiatus Htatusmullt must It not be laid hlillclown
clown on a moral Instead of a com
moiclnl basis Morals abide com ¬
mercial Interesta shift The friendship
must not bo of u t party IJlIlt here with Ith u
party there Upon that basis we shall
have rackliiB rllekln alternations of gush
Is the filendly cooperation of tho
two nations to bu rested res led upon the aban ¬
donment or fit mnillflrntlnti nf n Imi hn < >
dltlonal policy or or upon ih the aban ab ¬
donment of on ours re In the prosecution
of the open door policy pollcythllt that Is equal
commercial privileges to all nations
wo so have
perhaps found a common
basis of diplomatic action To us this
menus I think tho recognition of the
autonomy of weak eak nations and their
right to regulate their own Internal at ¬
fairs as opposed Oljlose to dismemberment or
the parnmountcy of ono of the great
poweis Dues Great Hrltnln nccopt the
open door policy In that sense
Is It not possible that It suitably
urged Gteat Britain might come to
stand with us against the foiclblo ab IIJ ¬
sorption of weak states and for open
doors everywhere She has lost her
monopoly of expansion Him linw Iln found
that her most loyal Iu ol colonies buy In the
best market Tho Increased cost mid
competition COInPt > tjtlon In the business of expan eXII n ¬
sion are suggestive
The American people gave nvo
generous
ly of their love to Queen Victoria Her
death wag u s felt here to be n family tarnll sor
low Fhe lte was not associated In the
American mind iii had with this aggressive
feature tea lure of the Urltlfh character mud OIa
foreign policy polll that other nations have
so Sl 8 much resented r08E > nted The American love I
for her as a queen was as largely based
upon the belief thnt her influence uns nR
goollns gooti us far as It might be to tonni ameliorate Ilorn
aggression and IInl to promote peace
The Insistence of many mnn Individuals 1n < llvl unls
and of n very 1 large section of the news ¬
paper piosu that as a matter of reclp
toclty Ict we must give our sympathy to
Great Drltnln Brito In In the Doer war amid the
frequent reference to certain crude and
Illiberal things In the Dutch army arm of
the Transvaal as matters justifying nn IIUtllnted
armed Intervention by Great Hrltnln
have very cry naturally turned my vagrant
thoughts to the consideration of the thoIU lieqtfrmettofl
question IU stloll of whether these alleged faults raultsof
of Internal administration a of the Boers
furnished n Justification of the war
made ma o by Great lirltaln upon the Doers
The Hoers did not seek war with
Great Britain They retreated to the thewall tuewall
wall The Urltlsh Intervention In South
Africa was not a response to any ap ¬
peal from so much as a fragment of the
Boer people They Ihe were ere not only con ¬
tent with the government they the had In Instituted Inslltuted instltuted ¬
stituted but passionately devoted to It Itwith
with a readiness to die In Its defense
that took no account accoun of age or sex
The political condltolns In Cuba Cubawhen Cubawhiemi
when wo Intervened were the very cry op ¬
posite of those In the Transvaal Our
intervention was In behalf of if r the Cu ¬
bans We cooperated to free them
from the nower of n Jovernmonl envcrnnn > nt who vttntt
oppressions and cruelties cru > ltles had many i r y
times before In tore driven thorn Into rebellion
Great Uritalns Intervention In South
Africa was against n f united unllollleople people liv II ¬
ing In content contentall an Ignorant content eont > nt If Itou Ifoim
you ou please plenscunrler under n government of their theirown theIrown theirown
own construction nnd the ground In the
Intervention was ostensibly the Inter Interests fntereslll intereste ¬
ests of British Urltl h subjects sojourning there
There was plainly no call for an anarmed annrmetlnterCntlon mimiarmed
armed nrmetlnterCntlon Intervention by the United Stales
In South Africa nnd nn perhaps our diplo diplomatic dlphountie lliiomntlc ¬
untie suggestions went as far ns usage usagewould usagewould usagewould
would Justify Hut has not the public
here been somehow strongly perverted pervertedor
or put under some unwonted repre representation reprcentatlon reprosentation ¬
sentation It we have lost either tho thoright thorlltht Itoright
right to denounce aggression II lrrelS Ion or the thocapacity thecnl1clly thecapacity
capacity to weep when a republic lies
It Is a grievous loss lossTin lossrHl hoseriiI
Tin POPES J > 61 ClYUI viii IlrixonooM IlrixonooMArcliWslmp IHlSOlmOJllrchlllsllOI PltICEDO3lrclIhislmo1i
ArcliWslmp Ireland Says Situation SituationIn
In Intolerable IntolerableNew IlIlolcralllfNew lmtoleratulNew
New York March 4 Archbishop
John Ireland of St Paul lInn In the
North Amiiicnn mN call Review for March Marchwrites Inrehwllte ianciivuitos
writes of The Popes Civil CIlIlrlncedom Princedom
lIe says In part partThe pnrtTh hlintThe
The Th situation with which the pope
IE If now confronted Is intolerable In the theetrects theIlreet theetreets
etrects of Home Insult has been offered
to the lie cortege conveying to its last lastresting lllstIcstlng lastresting
resting place lnre In San Lorenzo the dead
body vod of Leos predecessor A statue
has been encttvJ In one of the parka
In honor of the lie excommunlcnted monk monkwhose lIIonkwhose nionkwhose
whose solo merit wiis that In Ills day n
he 11 > had been Jcon the enemy cnem of the papacy
The head of tho lie municipal government
has bien dismissed dl from olllcc by IJ min ¬
isterial decree because on an occasion occasionwhen occllslonwhen occasionihien
when the Catholic world was honoring
Leo ns a man and ns a pontiff < < he dared
to send to tho Vatican the expression expressionor
or his good will and that of Ills col colIPtlgUP coteague
league The charitable Institutions of
the city elt legacies of the ito Catholic char ¬
ity It of ages have been wrested wlest d from rout
the control of the church and anI handed
over to the secular authorities Mon Monastrle iioiimatrices Ion Ionnstrtfil
matrices and schools have been closed
and the buildings confiscated Uy D veto vetoof oto otoIt
of It the Italian government Leo XIII
has 1M been forbidden to send an envoy en enan to toan
an International peace congress where
the pope ope by nil the prerogatives of his
ofllre and all the traditions of his see
was entitled to I bo represented
The solo solution of the Ttomnn
question Is the popes civil princedom
and until this Is recovered the pre
fates protect 1 will continue
The burilers mlsol against the re ¬
covery rowr of the popcn civil princedom Ilrlncr dom
are by h no means so Insuperable on at
first glancA they the may tna appear Italy
took from the pope pOf P ° te his 1ii civil princedom
Why Wh cannot Italy Ital Ue expected to tl n
More tore It To do to would mean for
Italy I pence Poee prosperity antI glory Rlor
The situation IK today todll no less le I Intol ¬
erable for Italy Jtnl > than It Is for the lie pa papaclty ptapadty 11 11II
paclty II < < CIt Th The court of the ho king kln Is l ob nitcurll1 ci ¬
scured by Jy tint of the pope Home per
ulcts It In being papal In deriving tlerhln It its life
IlInll and grandcir f11IJ1d 11r from the papacy
Throughout the kingdom Italians are
divided The adherent of the th popes
temporal p Pier < > tver ore legion They The are
too tli tir KK mtt t consertatlvo elements of
the population n and as s they the retrain In
PRESIDENT MKINLEYS 1MUGUKAI COURT OP HONOR HONOROne
One On of the new n w features fe lItrOs of President
XIcKInleys second blelWil
Inauguration ecumonies li the fine court of honor h llor wblelilins s
been erected on Pennsylvania avenue It cotislntR of a colonnade nf Grecian columns Inclosing four our IminciiK lrulII Ufe grand itnnds It t1l1H
It hai ha been biicgcstei that the Iiiaiitsmal court of honor Lc made n permanent affair nTnllAA
AA
N ntnvqwn v vobedience V Vovedlence
obedience to ho popes order from ac active IIItlvo utctive ¬
tive participation Jlartlclpa thou III national politic politicthe IiolltlellIhe
the peril dally uro that the soclallstlo soclallstloand oeial1sttcand
and rovoluttonur elen tits In till coun country counJy country ¬
try Jy may m mfairs obtain contrc > of public of ntfairs atfairs
fairs fairsI fairs1XPiaS
I 1XPiaS XPIOSIl I 1 OF 01 OIGit GHIJAT iAP POWKII POWKIIShell POI lt ltHhell ItShuoll
Shell Ponclrntcf Many InulicH of ofArmor 01Arllur ati1nmiior
Armor and ii iud thru liplodcx liplodcxNew I xlilolh xlilolhlew
New York Match 4 4TelltR Tests are being beingmado IJCln IJClnmade beingmado
mado nt tho Sandy Sand > Hook proving provinggrounds provinggrounls provinggrounds
grounds with n new explosive of great groatpower greatllower greatloWr
power Ordnance olllcials say Bn highly highlysatisfactory highlysatlstactory highlysatisfactory
satisfactory results have been obtained
Qieat secrecy ecrec lias been een observed In con conuctlnf ¬
ducting uctlnf tho lie tests for the war depart department tepantmeat cJlartment ¬
ment has determined that nothing shall shollb
bo b made public regarding the expert experiments eXIICrlments expertments ¬
ments It hen been learned h that the thenew thonew lie lienew
new explosive Is the Invention of an unmerlcnn
American and that It has yet > et not been beennamed boennamod beennamed
named This removes It from rein the class classof clas3or
of explosives which have heen named namednnd nnmedIInd namedanti
anti described and an marks It as some something something something ¬
thing entirely ontke new A shell shellloade loaded wllh wllhthe iiuththe Ith Iththe
the new explosive penetrates seven
Inches of armor and then bursts de destructively defitlllctlel deitruetirely ¬
structively With most of explosives explosivesthe
the heat generated by h he shells Impact
has canted It to explode before penetrat penetrating plnetrntInJr ¬
leg the armor Hence If launched launchedngnfmit launellldIIIllnst laumichiedagainst
ngnfmit the 1w side Of u battleship ri shell fhollwould 1I11l1Iwoultl shellwould
would nrove far less effective than It It
penetrated the armor before exploding exrllodlngJII
As JII a test of 1f tho power of the new ox oxlilonlvo oxJllo oxtjhostvo
lilonlvo Jllo ho It Fholl was loaded with It Itburled Ithurled itlnmrleI
burled many feet deep In sand and ti I Ihug uthuge
huge pile of timber was placed on top topof topot topof
of the heap The same kind of a shell shellloaded hellloalled holiloaded
loaded with an equal amount of other otherexplosives otherlJlllosJ tmtherexplosives
explosives lJlllosJ > s was not burst by the explo explosion exploalon exploiulort ¬
sion With 9thi the new compound how howover howOlfr however
over the shell was burst Into pieces piecesand piecesnnll piecestimid
and timid a sheet or flame shot up through throughsand throu throughsand h hKIInd
sand and timber many man yards ards In height heightItwnll heightIt
It Itwnll was Impossible to learn more of the theexplosive thoexplosive hue hueexpiostse
explosive from rom those who were familiar familiarwith tamlllnrwllh familiarwIth
with the result of the tests Ordnance Ordnanceofficials Ordnnnceofficials Ordmiamiccofficials
officials speak guardedly lIlirdedl of the matter matteron
on account of time th strict order of the war wardepartment wnrdepartment wardepartment
department that all Information about aboutthe nvoutIhe aboutthe
the tests at Randy Sand Hook shall come comefrom cometrom comefrom
from the lie department headquarters nt ntWllshll1Jton
Washington It I Is known however that thatthey thattile thatthey
they tile consider the results as surpassing surpassingthose Aurpa surpassipgthose lIll1 lIll1Ihose
those obtained with any nn other explosive explosiveyet
yet tried Much satisfaction Is felt that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Inventor of the compound Is an anAmorlcnn animnerlcan
American AmericanMajor AmorlcnnIulor imnerlcanMajor
Major Iulor Imnols S Carlo f lIrle Dead DeadSan flOlldSan hanoiSan
San Diego DIe Cal March < 1daj MoJ
Franci S Karle a prominent Grand GrundArm Gratiultnniy
Army Arm man Is dead In ISCO he was n nmember 0l1ember amember
member of the famous regiment of
New York militia but the year enr when whenthe ivuien ivuienthe nen nenthe
the war broke out he had moved to toMichigan tollchlAan toMichigan
Michigan when he was appointed udju udjutnnt IIdjuInnt udjutant
tnnt of the Fourth regiment by Col ColWoodbury ColWoot1l1ur ColWoodbur
Woodbury Ho was advanced d to assist assistant 3sslstant assistant ¬
ant adjutant on the staff of Gen FJtz FJtzjohn FHzjohn Fltzjohn
john Porter PortnrTHH PorlrrUB Porterriii
rUB WORK WOflIOi1CONG1tESS WOflIOi1CONG1tESSIt OF COXGHESS COXGHESSU
It Paused Iall pll I llitli hr9Actsantl fit Acts ctfltUitt and ill 10 Joint JointResolutions JoIntHellol JoIntI
Resolutions ResolutionsAVashlngton Hellol I II lions lionsWashln t s sWashington
Washington Washln ton March 3 3The The volume volumeof olumeoC
of work done by the Congress Just clos closing closIng clotslug ¬
ing was shown today tolln in a supplement supplementto
to the lie House calendar prepared prc led by
Clerk Woollleld of the hue House staff ThoCongiess ThoCon Tho TheCongress
Congress Con ess was In session se8810n197 197 dn das > s which whichIn
In i less than any 01 Congress Onl1e811 for years yearsThe yearsfhie eals ealsfhe
The following Is given < < Ion of bills acts netsetc actsete actsetc
etc Number of bills hlll 14336 number numberof
of reports 3000 public Imvl c acts 3 345 31 < S pri private prlote privnto ¬
vate acts 1250 total acts 1595 num number numvcr numnbet ¬
vcr of Joint resolutions res s 395 395Jjnril 395JoftlIlcutcnallc
3
Jjnril JoftlIlcutcnallc Llcutcnanuy of Ireland IrelandNew IrolaINew IreInull2ov
New York Mardi 4 4In In political cir circles circles drdes ¬
cles the question of the lord lieutenancy lieutenancyof Jleutenaucot
of Ireland IH agaIn being much dls dlscussed dlsused ls lsrUE
cussed rUE c says the th lie Ixmdon correspondent correspondentof
of the Tribune It is nn open secret secretthat Bocretthnt secretthat
that Lord Cftdogan ClI oan was anxious to re retire retire rotire ¬
tire la Inllt t year ear when hn falling health and anda
a 1 painful Injury to one of r his limbs limbsseemed limbsseemed limbsseemcd
seemed strongly to counsel rent re t but ho horemained hororn1tned horenualned
remained nt his post Jlo t In accordance with withn
a wish cxpresud by the Into Queen QueenVictoria QueenVictoria QueenVictoria
Victoria Ills r Mgnatlon r I nl1t1un Is now only onlya oul oul11IJuestion
a question of wcoks or monthc and al already alrent ninewly
ready rent three men haw ha I > been named as aswell I Iwell asveii
well In the Ih tunning for or the next vice viceroyalty vIceroyalty Ice IcerO
royalty rO nlt These ale the Duke of Marl
borough lie th Marquis of Londonderry Londonderryand
and au Earl Dudley The marquis owns ownsvast OWIInst ownsvast
vast estates In the hi north of Ireland nnd andTEWS C
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has already alrtIII been lord lieutenant He Is
nt present postmaster general and nnl has
Mionn no aptitude whatever for that
onfr Om I Current urrent go gossip slp amonp nmon society
people favor ra 101 the chances for the nom ¬
ination of the th duke whose grandfather
was a a fairly ralrl popular Irlst viceroy Jrlro more
than twenty tWlnt yearn ago AO In Lord Ueacon
fields last la t administration administrationJOHN admlnlstrntlonJOIIS
JOHN Jo1i it nuncHOFT 11Im ClWP1 niuii niuiiWns IJI hltIas on onns
Wns ns KujiorlnteiiiioiU of thin Century
luiihishmlng lhll hlnl Co ftir W r Years YearsNew YenrsXel YearsNew
New York March 4 4John John Ml It t Bee Beecroft DeocroCI Deecraft
croft superintendent of the Century
company Is dead nt Mount Vcrnon ernon He
died lelln In th the Iolyellnlf hospital from the
shock following nn operation for a
broken leg due to nn ardent Mr Ir 1
Heecroft was born In KVnt n I Enjland
In ISIS and came to this counto ibtfut ab ut 1 1thirty
thirty yeats calS ago He Jwmiu 1 > 9ulIl Identi ¬ 1 1fie
fled fie < with the Century cumrini boul
twentyfive yearn entll R age > ant hll1 w Inco 1
been thc lie superintendent Itf t it its arl arlous an anQua z
ous publications He was 1111 will w It km knolln > n nila OHa OH USa
a hymnologist having haln rompiM it num numbor nUmi
i vcr of Ir works ork the most prominent lrmlnfntiJfwhich of ofwhich ofVhlCli
which Is his In Kxceinl I xttIMI u ucI < l nten ntenslvoly dtl1no dtl1noIIJI tfl tflelveiy
slvoly IIJI In tho lrot Prolt1 < > aUi t lhllrot luirches luirchesthroughout 8 8throu
throughout throu hout the country Hit honw was Wl 8
In Polham Manor ManorWhen I IWhen
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famourt little pills 11I ltis known us lVJtt IJfo 1V tt tt
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EXTRAVAGANCE EXTRAVAGANCEpay
au never cut off threequartm
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soap and throw
it away I Yet
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pay paytwice twice the
price of
Ivory
J e 1 Soap for fo Or Orn ° a cake ak
of tinted n ca Me
soap less than hall
large Your link rafeo rafeocr cake of toilet as
soap costs
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price of Ivory for It lasts only half
as long
and costs twice as much No
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purer
or be better soap than
Ivory Ivorypaper If It came in
dainty
all 1 scented
paper and colored
you youonts would pay fifteen
cents for a very small cake of It
THE DEPARTUREFROM DEPARTURE DEPARTUfiTAmerican
FROM OHlfJAAmerican OHlfJA UfflEAAmerican
American Preparations Are Going Coin I
Actively ActiveI Forward ForwardQEUMAXS Forw ForwardGEItMANS rd rdGEmrANS
QEUMAXS MOVING SLOWLY SLOWLYMIOH t thtoav
MIOH No > o M OmIgm IIMO II 01
< < r 111111 em IIuI UlIllr RitI to toVon luLIII tuLa
LIII n Von 11I Unlilprirr WRhl umiierrc > fut I luue luueOrder > uci uciOrder
Order to ii llllcil lruo JroulI JroulIPeldn IrocipsPekhn > i iPekln
Pekln March 3 3The Thc American Americanpreparations AmerIcanprepmlI Americanpreparations
preparations prepmlI lions for or departure are joins guiImi guiImiActively
actively octhel forward
All supplies
except exceptenough excertcnough
enough for two companies cOIII1anle have be been btenpucke n npacked I Ipacked
packed and marked for or Manila Th
HrltlBh Hrt tl h plniiH
contemplate a t summer summeralong sum11etulong sunnarialong
along the lie lelHo Pet no and a Ren lIenlral ral Re Removal temoml e emOvuh ¬
moval of forces torc R Jeavlne behlnJ by b bnext bnext >
next winter half a battalion of Welsh WelshfUBileers Wulsl1usllcers Vtehshfuclicers
fUBileers as a lemulon guard In Io Iokln I4ktn leloin
loin together with an Indian regi regiment rellment relinetit ¬
ment to guard uQr the rallrod
The Germans show few signs of In ¬ I
tentlon to depart c1 pnrl but are II enJuavorlnf end avurlnl
to sell 50000 American merlcRn and Auitr Ullr1I811 llan
horses as IS well us a 1I1l8nlll quantity of camels
It Is lumored I the French Intend t twithdraw to towitiulnaw
withdraw most of their forces orees lea Itallngonl heaving Ins
only onl an Infantry brigade a regiment regimentof
of cavalry ca mlr rahry and some artillery to protect
the French J rench legation and to guard the
lines IInc of communication A part of this
It Is understood will lie > employed to toguard I IIuard togun
guard gun rd the KranroItelglan Franca h3elgiauu railroad
from Iekln tu U IaoTlniclu laoTingPuImi
In French military circles It l II freely freelynftsorted treelrORSlJrled
nftsorted that the Trench Intend to toHiiul tosend
send 8 nll a force tn be Ntatloned perma permanently pennanently permnaneatly ¬
nently nt Hankow and AnI to guard the theother theJlher theeither
other end enl of tile Iulmp railroad 120
kIlometers of whldi have been cap
tuned Morp definite Information on itni
i this IK point I nt IH awaited A wllh anxiety anxlet by
the lie Urltlsh who regard such an In ¬
tention with serious rIUUK misgivings IR 1 1cnulle beentice IRcnuve
entice calculated to bring about com compllentlnna romplle01lnn3 compitentions
pllentlnna which the Vanulsn ngtl vleero VllelOIII Ieeromys > s
if I t for no other ot hr lenson lensonParticularly rea teaconParticularly on on1l1rllulu
Particularly 1l1rllulu rl noilrealile Just now are arethc arethe arelie
thc lie sharp lines dr drawn n between the va various vanone a arlous ¬
none nationalities at the nodal lIal fum fumlions fUI1I0ls toritiomis
lions Gen flaael Gasiee the British com comnmmlcr 1011mnnder cornSniawher
nmmlcr n gave v > an al elaborate dinner at atwhich atsvhichi t twhich
which inly Krltlah Jtrltl h German and antlAmerican andAmertcan andAmerIcan
American representatives were pron pronend JlIRln presend
end ln lucludlnp nclu lnl gonemls NIIJI1I ministers m msecrctnrliH intl intleecrctnrtts nd ndf <
secrctnrliH f of liitatluns M Mthe 1 d < < fJll fJllthe < > Lei Leithe < <
the Hiisslan ltu lIlnll minuter gale a banquet iMnquctat 1 1at
at Which iilch only 0111 Itiiinlana Kriuihnun
and AustrIan5 ustrlans = = I II
Japaneje Japanere minister VMC guests IU ltl while iihhI hlle th
nJer nor lAst WfB eenln evening nil entrlan ent entertained rlanN J a at din
Japnn0 ap1nljle AlI1erlcanSt1 imentcans ar4
The officers
Heaven where wherethe dub lit Ihe t a Tem Tempit le 01
games gai
Qmus amusement mrnt Were and olh Otbr t
nfl > II 13 the English proided rold d Is stlendld
Germans errnans Amerlcam ll1 rlcans acj st
and
the iws 1 hlcible s lbl lble
ot VS The II tew f0wJapanese JaPalc c on rare occasions exception
ministers of th the
meet thrice a powers to tow
of great tI > At Importance week but no builatti liusn 3t
They Ij I tranwcteO
are
The now coins over JaeJ1 u claim clalln
subject
of
also beIng lejatlnn letatlonllttlnlu iltfcnici II
nlldpr
wnildereO
will I be Although thU
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