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Cnn. tains remedies recognized Dy ail eminent physicians as the best for Kidney and W a a a oiaaaer irouDies. Price 50c and $i.oo aaMkyH.r &&&&& lf7 I restore jOfLOST VIGOR I la raClaaanajsia y aad dhwharani free Ike arlaery wmt. rrsl rTTW my oaatal Miiy apealea.T,'VI wiiawt IsmwsInN. V CLOSE TEST VOTE Taken in tha Senate on the Pro posed Sugar Tariff. BEPUBLIGABB SATE TWO TO SPAKE rat, aad Caflery'a aad Wltlte's CrlUdsm of the Beamblleana Buaaa Be aaarks mt Otkcr Days Called Caw ,Washlna,on. June l.--The first test vote on the sugar schedule was taken in the senate late yesterday, resnltlna; in the adoption of the Republican cau cus amendment changing the house rate of 1.95 per pound, by the close vote of yeas, 32; nays, 30. The affirmative vote was made up of twenty-nine Re publicans, one Democrat (McEnery of Louisiana), one silver Republican (Jones of Nevada), and one Populist (Stewart of Nevada). The negative vote was made up of twenty-five Democrats, three Populists, and two sliver Republicans. It was the closest vote thus far taken on an issue of Importance, and was ac cepted as showing that any amendment having the sanction of the caucus was assured of adoption. Detailed Voto os the A mead meat. The vote In detail was as fol lows: Teas Allison, Burrows, Carter, Cullom, Davis, Deboe, Blkins, Fairbanks, Foraker, Frye, Gal linger, Hanna. Hansbrough, Hawley Hoar. Jones of Nevada, McBrlde, Uc Knery, McMillan, Mason, Nelson, Per kins. Piatt of Conneticut, Prltchard, Procter, Sewell, Shoup, Spooner, Stewart, Wellington, Wetmore and Wilson 82. Nays Bacon, Bate. Berry, Butler, Caffery, Chilton, Clay, Cockrell, Daniel, Faulkner, Gorman, Gray, Heltfeld, Jones of Arkansas, Kyle, Lindsay. Mal lory, Mantle, Mills, Mitchell, Morgan, Pasco, Pettigrew, Pettus, Roach, Till man, Turple, Vest, Walthall and White 30. Allison Defended the Schedule. The vote was taken after a day spent in speeches on the effect of the sugar schedule. The main speech of the day came from Allison, in charge of the bill, and was in the nature of an answer to the charges made against the sugar schedule as a whole, and a defense of it. Gorman spoke against the schedule and the entire bill, pointing out that its effect was to burden the people without opening up to us new foreign markets. White reviewed the records of Republi can senators on the sugar schedule dur ing the debate on the Wilson bill, ar raigning them for inconsistency. Caffery and Stewart of Nevada also spoke, tha former against and the latter for the pend ing schedule, after which the vote was taken. The first paragraph of the sugar schedule was not finally disposed of up to the time of adjournment. Mot tor a Reveane Only Tax. In his statement Allison said that thus far . senators had been discussing decimal figures and statistics without considering what lies at the basis of this and all schedules. "We have been taunted with the bounty of 1830," said he, "and we hear senators on the other side say they will support a sugar duty on the theory that it Is a tax for rev enue only. I wish to disclaim any re sponsibility for this duty as a revenue duty. If that were its only object it should not have my vote." Allison proceeded to point out the changed con ditions since 1846. In the days of his boyhood very little pure white sugar was seen. Now no sugar came on the table of rich or poor that had not gone through some process of refining. The refining industry of this country was entitled to some protection. He then explained the house and senate sched ules. "Do you believe in protection to labor or to capital?" interposed Tillman. ' "That Is a generality," replied Allison, "to which the senator well knows my answer. I believe In protection to Amer ican labor, but I believe in protection to American capital also from foreign cap ital." It was the policy of this bill to do what Europe had done establish the production of sugar In this country and keep the $100,000,000 annually paid for sugars by our people at home. Recall ing the criticism of the Republicans for their abandonment of the bounty sys tem Allison said that system had been adopted to encourage thesugarindustry. It had failed, first, perhaps, because of the rapid and unexpected strides made in both the beet and cane growth; and second because the Democratic party decided to do nothing to encourage the system. CAFFERY J CM PS ON THE TRUST. Only -Gigantic" One In the World That Resta Entirely on Legislation. The speech made by Caffery against the proposed schedule was probably the warmest one of the session. "The sugar trust," said he, "Is the only gigantic trust in the world which rests entirely on legislation for support. By legisla tion it controls the cane sugar product of the world, and whenever it thrusts its hand into the legislative hall there is always a taint, a kind of malodor, aris ing from Its effects to get legislation In its own behalf, and if It appears from a reasonable showing that what Ose trust asks Is too much it should be refWeAf' Piatt aroused Caffery to another in dignant protest against the repeated in timations thrown out from the other side that he wanted protection for the sugar producer. "Tour position," said Piatt, "is free trade for the refiner and protec tion for the producer." "I have stated and I repeat it again," replied Caffery. his voice rising until f,t ratriy rang tnrougn tne cumber, Maat sugar Is the ideal article for a Demo cratic revenue only tariff. If it were for protection I should not advocate it." Continuing he taunted the Republicans, after their experiment with sugar bounty under the McKinley law, for go ing back to sugar for a real revenue producing duty. "And then." said he. "they have the audacity to throw in our faces the insidious doctrine of protec tion." Upon the conclusion of Caffery's re marks White of California took the floor. He arraigned the Republicans for their advocacy of this sugar rcbedule. From the debate on the Wilson bill he read the remarks of various Republic an senators denouncing the sugar sched ule In that bill which. White said, was not half as advantageous to the trust aa the proposed schedule. One of Aldrich's expressions, as U Ball Bhawlaaj S Ssr mmm SO aalaal tke Cawcwa Bate Tata to Detail Wares Debate Prerteaa to the Test unlearns atatoaw the effect of the rurar duty- on tha roars breakfast table, was read br White in moklng tones. The attitude of Lodge, Morrill, Piatt of Connecticut, and other senators on the Republican side severely criticising the sugar rates of the Wilson bill were reviewed by White, with sarcastic side remarks on consistency. There was much amuse ment over one quotation from Aldrich arraigning Democratic senators for be ing controlled by an "Iron-bound caucus rule." White remarked that the present caucus rule on the Republican side showed that the Democratic senators had very distinguished Imitators. It was a strange sight to see senators legislate in the interest of a trust which they had unspah-ingly denounced. It would seem that debts were being paid to these creatures of inordinate power, and It is least strengthened intimations which had been made. White closed at 2:45 p. m., and Frye was about to put the amend ment to vote, but Gorman said he had a word only before the vote was taken. He said he had no doubt the condition of the treasury had forced the other aide to abandon their position of eight years a free breakfast table. They had presented rates on sugar, specific throughout, which were illogical and unfair through out, and gave excessive protection to the refiner. He believed it exceeded the protection of the WPson bill by two-thirds. More over the Republican side of the chamber aow brought forward a proposition which they had denounced as likely to break down our trade with countries to the south of us. With prosperity anx iously awaited by the people, after con fident promises since last October, it was ot well to delay the consideration of this bill and for this reason the opposi tion to the bill had not been carried be yond a proper explanation of the vari ous features. If it had not been for this, Gorman said, he would have favored opening the bill to that full examination and scrutiny to which the McKinley bill was subjected. WANT AN IXHEIOTANCE TAX. Democratic Senators Will Offer It as a Tar iff Bill Amendment. Washington, June 12. The Democrat ic members of the senate committee on finances yesterday agreed to offer as an amendment to the tariff bill a provision for an inheritance tax. The amend ment was prepared by Turple and was by him presented to the senate on behalf, of the Democratic minority. The prin cipal provision of the amendment is as follows: "That on and after the 1st day of January, 1898, and for five years thereafter, there shall be laid and levied a sum equal to 2 per cent, of the value of every decedent's estate, as an inher itance tax, whether it is testate or intes tate, to be paid by the executors, admin trators and trustees thereof, or by the heirs or by the distributees, devisees or legatees, when the value of such estate as an inheritance is $5,000 and upwards, except where legacies or bequests are made to religious, charitable, education al or other organizations which may, by the laws of the state, territory or district in which the decedent was residing at the time of his death, be exempt from taxation." Other provisions t the amendment prescribe methods of ascertaining the value of estates and of collecting the tax. These duties are Imposed upon in ternal revenue' collectors, who are au thorised to bring suit In the federal courts to collect the tax In case such pro ceeding Is made necessary. The sec retary of the treasury is empowered to make rules and regulations for carrying the provision Into effect. rnwaki Sugar Bounty Claiasa. Washington. June 12. The internal revenue bureau has prepared a sched ule of the balance of unpaid claims for bounty on sugar manufactured and pro duced from Aug. 28. 1S94. to June 30, 1895, under the act approved March 2, 1895. Under this act $5,000,000 was ap propriated and disbursed on a pro rata basis, which left a balance on approved claims unpaid of $1,085,156. An appro priation covering this amount recently was made by congress. In favor of the 493 claimants, which will be available after July 1. THE MARKETS. Chicago Grain and Frodaee. Chicago. June 11. Following were the quotation on the Board of Trade: Wheat June, opened and closed nominal; July, opened 69c, closed 6c; September, opened 65Hc closed S3c; December, opened 67c, closed66Hc. Corn June, opened and closed nominal; July, opened 25c, closed 2V.c; September, opened 264e. closed 25c. Oats June opened and closed nominal; July, opened 18c. closed 18c; September, opened 18c. closed lc Pork July, opened and closed $?.42H; September, opened $7.55. closed $7. 52. Lard July, opened $3.57'i. closed $3.55; September, opened $3.62H. closed $3.65. Produce: Butter Extra cream fry, UMc per Tb; extra dairy. 12c; fresh packing stock, 6 7c Eggs Fresh stock. Sc per dozen. Live Poultry Turkeys. 7fc8c per lb; chickens. 77Hc: ducks, 7S7Vic. Potatoes Burbanks. 909 32c per bu. Honey White clover. 110 12c per Tb: Imperfect. 7Qc Apples Common to fancy. $2.004T3.50 per bbL Chleasjo Live Stack. Chicago, June 1L Hogs Estimated receipts for the day. 26.000; sales ranged at $2.1593.50 pigs. $3.S53.55 for light. 33.15&3.25 for rough packing. $3.353.50 for mixed, and$3.M (1 3.45 for heavy packing and shipping lota Cattle Estimated receipts for the day, 3,000; quotations ranged at $5,069 5.40 for choice to extra shipping steers, $4.555.00 good to choice do., $4.2594.80 fair to good. $3.8594.30 commond to me dium do..$3.70g4.20 butchers' steers, $3.60 4.00 stockers, $4.1054.60 feeders, 12 M 4.15 cows. $2.6064.60 heifers, $2.6054.2$ bulK oxen and nag?. $3.20434.60 Texas steers, and $3.5066.25 veal calves. Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts for the day, 6.000; quotations ranged at $3,609 4.75 westerns. $3.00i4.20 Texana, $2,509 $.00 native-, and $3.25 & 5.80 lambs. Bllwaakee Oraln. Milwaukee, June 11. Wheat Higher: No. 2 spring. 729 724c; No. 1 northern. 74c; July. CS sc Corn Dull. No. 3, 24c. Oats Low r; No. 2 white, 2122c. F.arley Quiet; No. 2. $2c; samples, 2732c. Rye Easier; 0. 1. 34c nwe nsi 1 sis pay far eera tea sasars e neowssne ke&era, SfteSJftei ealree 4 Spriaf Lamba-CUS aad $3 a kead. eBsnwaanaBBnaBBBsaaawannuBBBaBBaM OQWMJrSjni BJJ-ky. tTaas; wild. laa. Fimiat 15diQe. Caal Soft. He. . CHENEY PROTESTS Sect He Founded Runs Into Seme Stormy Weather. HASSEB LLBSSTT IS TESE1TEXED ay at tha RU not tu Ctosmlly Lata It Ba Known That It Is iTa7 Blaeh Alive aatd Klrfclaaj Bo- Ensseonala to Troablo. New Tori. June 12. At Thursday's Session ot the Reformed Episcopal coun cil a resolution was adopted preacribtng Just exactly what is permissible in the sect in the way of vestments during church service. Certain garments were enumerated they were but a couple or three and no snore were to be worn; It was not made obligatory even to wear these. Yesterday this matter came np in the nature of. bomb shell, the first Indication of the coming of which was a letter from Charles Edward Cheney, bishop of Chicago, who, referring to the passage of the resolution, says: "It seemed to me useless to waste words when I foresaw they would have no weight with the majority." Says It Destroys tha "Larger Liberty." The conclusion of the letter was as fol low: "Such a destruction of the larger liberty which this church has enjoyed from its birth-hour snd such a depart ure from the solemn pledges of Bishop Cummins compel me to enter my earn est protest. I cannot with good con science hold any office In the gift of the council which I am convinced has laid the axe at the root of all Christian liberty in this church. I therefore most sadly but positively resign my position as a member of the special chureh ex tension trust, ss trustee of the theologi cal seminary, as member of the commit tee on doctrine and worship and any other place which I may hold by the authority ot the general council. With out the slightest question of the con scientiousness of the majority taking the action of today, and with profound af fection for yourself, I am ever faith fully yours. "CHARLHS EDWARD CHENEY." Hover Balaa, hat It Praia, Bishop Latans, with an expression ot regret at Bishop Cheney's action, had hardly secured the acceptance of the resignation by the council when C U. Morton, of Philadelphia, announced to the council that Miss Harriet S. Ben son had delegated him and Will iam Tracey to state that on account of the action of the council In regard to the vestments she would withdraw until further notice the Income from her con tribution to the special church extension trust and the special 'synod trust. These trusts provide an Income to the chureh of $15,000 a year. A hush fell over the council at this announcement. RESIGNATIONS FOLLOW QCTCKLT. Fallows Pre pasta Action and Dans Bet Look for a Cfcmrn Scfcteau. It was followed quickly by resignations of a number of prominent clergymen and laymen from Important committees. R. W. Hare, of Chicago, resigned, from the committee on Sabbath echools; Rev. Rev. William Frailey, professor In the Theological seminary at Philadelphia, resigned from the committee on consti tution snd canons; Rev. F. J. Walter, of Chicago, left the board of trustees of the publication society; James Van Epps. ot Cleveland, resigned from the committee on constitution and canons. The old presbyters of the council showed their concern In their faces. The pro ceedings of the council were at a stand still for fully fifteen minutes, while men left their seats and gathered together to whisper te each other. Finally Bishop Fallows called for aa Immediate meeting of the general com mittee of the church and sn adjourn ment of tha session. "A member ot the council moved that the secretary do not put the announcement of the withdraw al of the trust funds on the minutes. He said that the council should refuse to re ceive any such notification except over Miss Benson's own signature. Rev. Dr. Tracey said that he was In favor of leav ing the announcement oft the minutes. It hsd been made only as a notice to cer tain parishes which had made applica tion to the fund that they would be un able to draw from It this year. It would be best to wtK for further cemmunlca- tion. The council then adjourned. Bishop Fallows was asked what the prospects of the church were under the crisis. He wss Inclined to take a hopeful view, in e trouble was serious, be said, but he did not apprehend the breaking up of the church. Bishop Campbell, the leader of the "surplice" party, said that tne crisis wss serious, but he did not take a gloomy view ot things, 'The can- eral committee, after adjourning for din ner, reconvened at S o'clock, the night session ef the general council being ad journed to allow of the meeting. The committee meeting was held behind closed doors. It wss stated that the committee wss not considering the result ot the vest ment legislation or the financial condi tion of the church on account ot Miss Benson's withdrawal of her money. Con versatiou with clergymen and officials of ail shades of opinion In the church showed that while It Is the general sen timent that the charch will feel the re eult of the action of the council, there is little danger of Its disruption. Respite far a C Springfield. Ills.. June 12. flow r. ner yesterday granted a respite to Scott Price, who was sentenced to be banred of ft, ,n T..k M . - - -. iut tn mur der of OeorjreTJptrokatee. until July 16, in oraer mat tne eonoemneei man may have hie ease presented te the state board of pardons oa a petition for ex ecutive clemency. Knsaa City, June IX After a stormy debate la which all abases of bank ruptcy were considered and a good deal of hot talk indulged m the Credit Men's convention adopted resolutions indors ing the Terrey bankruptcy bill now be fore congress and urged Its prompt pass age. 1bW aseHsnt la a RUU, London. June 12. In consequence of overwinding a terrible accident has re curred in the Galth colliery at Maejrt's. Glamorganshire. Wales. The eage was precipitated te the bottom of a shaft let cat deep. Tea men were fclllea. 't.:iOw.W' aj. ("o . j fagoting taT2na- tttbxSenatanaalJOBFOf Opus NOT KASCOXIC. ABC&rtOetTatdvvfar 6onSotiF SiaianmAJJiaritjea. 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