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The Herald Despatch (Newspaper) - January 22, 1898, Decatur, Illinois stock ies in our street store TH moved Main basement we are now it down o re- trebly re- so that who can have a We lis because not want t this stock our new PER PER YEAR c d PhR Disagree About a Question of BAILEY FUMES IN VAIN Everything Goes and Nothing Goes Bight with Epi- sode on the Has a ative Pro-Cuban Speeches by Little TariS Mixture is Thrown is January from the rostrum of the house kuder of the from his place on the glared at each other at the close of the Cuban debate today and joined an of This sensational episode completely overshadowed the intrest in the Cuban debate which has continued in the house for three days during the consideration of the Diplomatic and appropriation The debate that effect with the speaker of the 'The chair states that the gentleman Texas is retorted the speaker from the chair in most emphatic The speaker looked the Texan straight m the eye and his voice quivered with emo- chair never agreed that that whilch is plainly out of would be The gentleman fied me that there would be no further op- And I make the declared we did have such an He too was evidently ing under great stress of By this the bouse was in an Bailey proceeded to explain the circumstances un- der which the alleged agreement was He said that some members on his side de- sired to attend the funeral of a distinguished yesterday after- but thf y desired to remain if there were to be any He had approached the he with a proposition for a vote on the motion to The chair had he and he had so informed chair again states that no as said the looking down on the turbulent if is he has just been informed by who were The confusion at this point was very great but the voice of Smith republican of Overrides Every Otl er Now IN THE SILVER SENATE Speech Seeks to Justify the Senate's Action Because the Administration is Committed to the Gold Standard and Sil ver Senators Routine ness of the Speech to an Audience of Sis Senators at the n todas was opened by Clark democrat of who made a breezy speech de- it to be the duty of this if bring the Cuban war to a to expel her from the western He that democrats populists wera to give votes fur a vigorous foreign and if only republicans would join them before sunset the tidings would ring a ound tho world that Cuba free by an t of the American At the conclusion of Clark's Hitt to representative of who called attention to the ment of money by Francis who died iome years ago in by the vice consul of the United States at that capital and to the fact that there was no law by which the heirs of the deceased may or recover ira the bond of the democrat of ber of the foreign affairs He sneered nt the statement of Hitt could be heard shouting tumult that he had been present and no agreement had been Bailey thereupon appealed from the de- cision of the and to lay the appeal on tho Tue roll was called amid much lines were but party and by a vote of 1GS to the effect that granting rights to Cubans would afford them no Williams was followed by democrat of who recently re- turned from a visit to He described the harrowing conditions there and tbe scheme of autonomy as a and declared that if peace came on that basis Spain would saddle the war debt on There would be resistance and once more the fires of revolution would be Permanent peace could not come to the island until independence is achieved N affirmed that those in Havana who were openly committed to autonomy were secretly helping to drag it In na is derided and scorned on every republican of Indiana in a minute speech sustained the of the populist of said the in- the government was due to the fact that holders of Spanish Cuban bom s were not yet guaranteed payment After soma brief pro-Cuban speeches by democrat of and lan democrat of lican of Maine took the floor to reply to the remarks made during the course of the de- bate relative to wage reductions in the ton After such a revulsion of ness as the country had experienced during three it was he that recuperation should In all but one h to 1H the appeal was laid on the Thi then passed 153 to 95. Day Repot t. January 20-After some mi- noi business the house went into committee of the whole on the Diplomatic and lar appropriation democrat of Missouri breezy speech declaring that it was the duty of this country if Spain does not bring the Cuban war to a speedy close to expel her from the western He arraigned the administrative policy as cringing and He wanted no- tice served on all emperors and tentates that the navies of powers not be used collection for as had ly been done at and He de- clared that democrats and populists were ready to give 120 votes for a vigorous for- eign if only twenty-seven re- publicans would join before sunset the glad tidings would ring around the world that Cuba was free by an act of American Then ensued a spirited colloquy between democrat of and Ding democrat of on one side and Dalzell republican of Pennsylvania on the other aa to the relative standing of Ameri can revolutionists in the war with England and Cubans in the present republican of Indiana defended the and suid congress was not warranted in involving the country in 3impso'- populist of said the inaction of the government was due to the fact that holders of Spanish Cuban bonds had not yet been guaranteed democrat of Indiana and democrat of made Industry cotton imo ment had been noted and wages had been Alongside tho 10 per cent wages in the cotton industry had an increase greater than that in the worsted He he sa that the depression la the cotton industry was unfortunate but the case al It was due to tbe sudden and unexpected decline in the price of cotton and the com- petition that had grown up in the The Cuban question was temporarily lost of and for more than an to tbe exclusion of everything else Dingley said that those who were still battering about lack uf revenues under h Inew tariff had better be prompt about for their opportunity to chatter would soon be He our receipts from customs were will soon silence HEARINGS January 20-The house com on banking and currency devoted the afternoon discussion to the of the Waller Secretary Gage appeared again for examination but instead turned questioner and put Chairman Walker through a long series of At the conclusion of his questions Gage said the lacked and suggested that the bankers do not want to assume biguous Walker asserted the responsibility was absolute and proceeded to explain Representative Hartman of one of the leaders said and Warner will make no further effort to be heard before the preferring to go before the people with the understanding tho opposition was de- nied a The hearing on the bills closed this afternoon and the com- will meet again next Wednesday to decide which of the bills before it is to form currency measure to be finally These are known as the tary Walker and Fowler The receipts these At 4 o'clock the committee rose under U the arrangement made yesterday and ported the to the One of the most dramatic and sensational scenes of congress The speaker of the house and Bailey of tho clashed on a question nnd tto excitement was Tho Tesan to with tions to tho committee to report it back Tith embodying the terms f the senate Cuban belligerency Pitt immediately made the point of order that the amendment was not and obnoxious to the rule against new Thin tne speaker promptly surrounded by a group protested that the nade yesterday included a provision fora on the motion to Hitt de- med swing notice of the motion to was given There much confusion while Hitt was and when he had concluded Bailey the house with the statement ttat e had bad a distinct understating Jo NEW January 20-Oomptroller of the Currency Dawes has issued a circular to all national banks and bank examiners hereafter national bank examiners shall not be to accept employment from tional banks in making extra preparations for the private of such In com- menting on the circular Dawes mid so far as he anew there had never been an in- stance of abuse 9f the privilege on the part of but he believed it was wrong in principle and therefore not good Be could readily understand that a bunk examiner who bed a Urge fee from this work might bo sorely tempted at times make his report to the ler as favorable as possible without actually All things Dawes thought tbe interests of the awes ment as well as good banking required that the custom be immediately FAIR AND January 20-Weather tions for Illinois Generally bly colder Friday night j westerly winds January 20-By the decisive vote of 41 to 2, the senate today decided to proceed at once to consideration of the resolution introduced a few days ago by Teller providing for payment of bonds of tbe States in silver at the option of the Vest of the member of the finance committee who had charge of che resolution spoke briefly upon but dis- claimed any desire at this time to thresh over the old straw of financial He said that twenty years had passed since the Stanley Matthew resolution was first put on the statute but he that there was now a reason why there should be a reiteration of the resolution and of 1he declarations contained in The senator maintained that the issue involving the consideration of the resolution ti r ist upon the senate by the tion and were required either to remain silent and by their silence give tacit assent to the recent declarations of the secretary of the treasury in favor of the gold those being evidently endorsed by the or else to the Stanley Matthews resolution which had been passed by the senate by a large majority and by the house by an over- whelming majority twenty years will be said the ent president of the United States was then a member of the house and voted for these Vest held that the time had now arrived when the country must either go to tbe gold or make a last and overwhelming contest for a financial system which he believed the great majority of the people were ia favor of. Vest announced his intention to secure a final vote upon the resolution as as ore could be reached and accentuated his intention by forcing the displacement of the census with the Teller resolution as unfinished The day after 2 was spent in Tbe following is the vote in detail by which the motion of Veto to take up the Teller resolution was ris Nelson I I January following resolutions were By Mills of Texas directing the secretary of war to make an examination of the Port ship canal with a view to its extension to deep water By Pettigrew of South directing the secretary of the interior and attorney general to inform the senate what steps were taken concerning the killing of a woman in Oklahoma by Seminole and the burning of two in the same Inquiring of the postmaster general what action was necessary to maintain the ex- cellence of the delivery Allen of introduced a tion directing the secretary of the interior to furnish the explicit charges laid against Mrs. M. E. recently dismissed from the The developed the fact that Mrs. Roberts was discharged on allegations affecting her Allen said be did not know Mrs. but it was infamous to dis- miss a woman on such without a The matter went over without Vest moved to take up the Teller tion looking to the payment of United States bonds in Lodge moved to go into executive but the motion was 2T to 39. all the silver men voting no. as did several western republicans and Quay of The Teller resolution was then taken up by a vote of 41 to and after some discussion was made unfinished Then the senate went into executive Morgan concluded bis four speech to the senate today on the Hawaiian He spake for almost four hours and when he were not more than half a dozen senators Teller will speak when the treaty is next taken Tbe senate will tomorrow consider the nomination of Attorney General McKenna to be associate justice of the supreme tbe distribution of seeds by the The petitioners favor the use of the money now paid for free seeds to defray the expense of an of the products of com at the Paris In their petition the Marshall county farmers as this country produces an annual corn crop exceeding while the demands for domestic tion will only about and as this surplus is sufficient to reduce the price of the whole crop to a figure at but barely pays the cost of therefore they think that the pressing need of western ture is an enlarged market for American They give it as their opinion that a creditable showing of American corn and products at the Paris exposition give such a market the holding of a great exposition In Chicago in 1899 as a pre- liminary step to the gathering of proper for the French exposition and ask that confess discontinue the distribution of and set aside of that for the purpose of holding the corn Now Seems the Great Thing in THE NATION OF ZEALOTS Goes Crazy Over Jewish Persecutions As It Grows Over Everything Baiting is No Longer Confined tot Paris But Extends to Other Batch of Foreign News All Russia's Gold Standard WHITE FOR Jan. 20-The democratic committee tonight elected ea chairman Senator White of Tbe election of a which had been ex- was postponed to await action by the organization of seven which will be by the new The attracted a good deal of tion in the house owing to its beating on the White was ported hy the friends of Representative Bailey are favorable to that man's ci in case the next house is As to the it is generall conceded that Lawrence the pres nt incumbent will The most D- minent candidate before the of the committee was James former of the house The adopted a resolution ing its to the Chicago The election of Senator White is regarded as a distinct triumph by the silver JOBS January 20-0on5rmations: Louis A. B. Smith D. J. T. W. P. Bunker COAL January 20-At the opening of the conference of bituminous coal operators and this morning the scata tee for more which was granted and ther recess was Meantime cuses an goinson between the states for the pur of arranging differentials in the e of No progress has been made Word ma received by m1 officials mi Streator struck this on the strength of a rumor that an agreement had been reached at the conference here which re- four cents a Officials wired them that report is not true ad- vised them to return to At the afternoon session no report from the scale committee was but President of the mine and Chairman Bogle of the Indiana opera appeared to explain the delay and to ask that delegates restrain their scale com- has is working hard and ask for your consideration and patience until the com- has reached some conclusions which we will at once submit to The con- dition of the coal trade during the past three or four years has reached such a plane today that it requires much labor and thought to put it on a basis of No proposition will bo submitted unless it is in by and operators of each Our object is in session until blended all interests and until wo have readied a point where we can defend all actions of tho conditions of hours of general must be dealt and I ask you to be In that way you making greater prog by moving It is our endeavor to place the in a position where both miners and operators will make more m Chairman Bogle of the Indiana reiterated President Batch ford's Tie convention then adjourned until with a better on the part of a large number of delegates who have be- come impatient of the delay in receiving the scale committee's The Illinois miners won a great victory tonight when the operators of this state voted unanimously in favor of a gross weight About 90 pet cent of the miners have been demanding this and it was without a question to be No further progress was made by any other ILLINOIS FARMERS Jan. Cullora has presented to the senate a petition of an unusual It is from tbe farmers i of Marshall and is against IS New January banquet of the National Association of Manufacturers of the will he given at the Waldorf Astoria hotel a week from will mark the close of tho third year of the President Kinley is expected to be the chief speaker It is expected tbe members cf the cabinet will accompany the president from The party will leave Washington in a special train on the morning of the 27tb. and will find quarters at the The convention of the association will beheld at Masonic Twenty-third street and Sixth on January 25, 28 and 27. 2000 students started a demonstration this evening oil the boulevard of St. They tried to cross the river police pre- vented About sixty were Numbers of bands of students are still the Latin A dispatch from Epinal of the department of says tho first demonstration took place there Placards bearing the now popular cries and Zola and the Hebrews aad upholding the army are posted in front of the Hebrew From the Latin 2000 students to the Hotel des some raising shouts of They then crossed the bridges where the police divided them into two One made a demonstration in front of tho Pepiniere de la and tbe other numbering 501', gathered in front of Zola's house with the usual The police filially dispersed them after making thirty Anti-semitic have taken place throughout tie papers supporting Dreyfus were burned on the staircase of the university Street Demonstrations January of the Inter- ior Barthau at the cabinet meeting today informed his colleagues of measures taken to prevent street He added that the proposed demonstration on Sunday would be The trial of Emil Zola begins before the assize court on ruary 7. More Jew Jan. was anti ish demonstration at student demonstration has place at It was dispersed several times Many arrests were made and there were frequent in the Jewish marked place where several persons Germanizing January tbe lower house o tbe Prussian diet today the imperial cellor in explaining the for increasing the fund for as in and said the Measure was intended to counteract the expansion of tne Poles in tbe mixed and to strengthen the German have no hostile We sball always live at with the Poles if they become and remain honest a Polish vigorously protested that tho was tional and complained of the lack of nal rule upon the part of the king toward the The minister of indignantly repelled the It is the he who ought to com- plain of favor shown tha Con- the minister said it was the duty the to foster German custo us and manners in the provinces he the was fully con- scious of his duty in this The was referred to the budget The Socialistic Jan. home office mates led the debate in the reichstag for the last two on the ers expressing opinions in accordance with the views of their respective Count minister of the made a speech during which lie ed on the revolutionary character of ism which he asserted would never attain its ends in Germany monarchial and dynastic sentiment is too deeply ed. If the uniting with these religious forces which exercise a tory Influence upon the economic struggle all can stand fast against the storm flood of social Ships Ordered to the B. 0., have been received at by Rear Ad- miral instructing him to have all vessels in his fleet ready lo start for Chinese waters at forty-eight hour's Then came for the Pheasant to start Later instructions wore received for the the flagship to stirt on It is not likely unless conditions in the orient reach a climax that other vessels here will bo ordered The British man-of-war Pheasant went to sea today under sealed The it is will not so jut tho will leaie Wednesday refuses absolutely to say where they are Tho opinion among naval men is divided between China and South whatever the admirably must have received suring as it was only this evening that it 9 as decided that the Imperieuse should not Chinese Are January Peking pondent of the Times telegraphs the a session interview with Tsung Lj Wednesday the remonstrance of the Russian charge d'affaires was in the nature of intimidation against tbe opening of Li Lien He threatened reprisals and of and The while recognizing the advantages of the British terms as affording tha best hope of maintaining the integrity of the are Russia's Gold St January ing budget statement has jurt been made by the Russian minister of It shows an actual deficit of over which by the free balance in the minister great pride the results of j the gold ing attention to the most striking fact while at the end of 1896, only 000 roubles in gold coin were in at the end of 1897, there were 000 in while the gold in the treasury during tbe same period by Russia now has 131 per cent more gold than Japs Will Send January fleet nine war fhips will leave in the course of a week for Chinese Decrees have been sued appointing Lieutenant General count Kawakami chief of staff and creating a supreme military advisory Will It Be Land Or Jan. German Missionary of who wne recently robbed and wounded near has returned to He is now out of Chinese authorities have taken measures to protest against the state and have promised Will Be An Open Port. is stated in cial quarters here that will make Kio Obau an open without exclusive privileges to Germans and broadly on the lines at Hong the land be- ing held under crown Followed John January Katherine For- late of Philadelphia is She was the late John ng Bubonic Plague Jan. 20--In the last week deaths from bubonic plague numbered 851. The is increasing and business is Gladstone Still January be went driving Bugologist Jan. en- is FITZ ADVISES Jan. to Cor- wire to the Times I authorize you to go and that lain On my behalf ask him il hadn't better distribute some of the among some of the eminent physicians and try and relieve himself from the attack of paresis he has labored under ever since I- put him out of the business in Carson As he appears to be overburdened with money at I suggest to him the ad- of settling up the balances he owes tho physicians who treated him at Hot Springs at the time he crawled out of the match with me. Before concluding your interview advise him to blow out the pipe and stop as it has a wonderful tendency to duce imaginary and is very ting to so lam HONORS AWAIT MR. Jan. Dole of Hawaii will receive a warm welcome when he arrives in Chicago Saturday Ho will be greeted with civic and Mayor with a committee of will meet him as he steps from his train at the Northwestern with the Fort Sheridan will beat tho and will escort the distinguished guest to his Gen. Brooke is waiting orders from Washington before notifying the Fourth in- fantry and the two troops of cavalry at Fort Sheridan to be in readiness to participate in President Dole's A formal reception will be given in his but the details have not aa yet COTTON STRIKE Jan. sum total of new features in today's of the tile troubles was the shutting down of the Cabot mill at because of the desertion of the help in sympathy wilh striking and lie announce ment that the small milll of the Manufacturing Company at B I would shut down lor a few days for lack of Along the line of battle from Xew to Me there is absolute BULLET IS HIS January 2C-Kmcry aged Mi. who ret ides near in Nodaway is living with a in his On- December 28 last young Walker accidentally shot The ball entered his ranged upward and lodged in his The doctors taid his wound was but he has He is ing no pain as a result of tbe but the fact that he has lost both the senses of taste and smell is conclusive proof to doctors that the ball is still in big
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