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Republican Press (Newspaper) - May 13, 1892, Ukiah, California THE 8 FOR St. VOL. MENDOCINO MAY 13, 1892. THE REPUBLICAN by Yhe Press 1. and THK REPUBLICAN f. O. nn second class ora to re nod for Six Months 1 M Mouths 7� 2 a Inches 00 2[' 6 ' 2A 0 8 7S 8 1)50 10 10 Inches 11 00 One-half column 11 liO One 10 80 I V2 00 in 00 n 80 1)0 8li 30 00 00 00 54 UO 00 DO en 00 120 00 for Infants and Is BO iren adapted to that I It as superior to any prescription to H. A. M. Ul Oxford N. 81x as tor nne Two months tlines one Less than month tl per inch fur first 50 cents per Inch each Jl per lor lor positioned ncr cent The are net mcal Tho rates at which bo charged lor Under 1(1 10 per each to 20 8!^ els jwr each to 40 cts per vcr 50 6 cts pur each or will be given 1 liberal On locals running 1 10 per com. in locals running 8 20 per cent. locals 6 .to per cent. 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NATIONAL WHAT OUR REPRESENTATIVES AT WASHINGTON ARE Tile Chinese BUI Becomes a and Harbor BlU Considered by the May 8.--Morgan called up the president's message on the international Kyle spoke in favor of free At the close Of the speech the message was again laid on the The conference report on the Chinese exclusion was The house placing binding twine on the free list was referred to the May 4.-A two additional land districts in the state of Montana was The to the city of the interest of the United States in the Cuartel lot was The honse for the sale of tho Klamath Indian passed with a substitute and a conference May 5.-After routine the calendar was taken up and a of bills The president signed the after receiving it. May 0.-Tho resolution to pay the Choctaws and tor their interest in the reservation was taken Dawes favored the He spoke till 2 p. m. without Business was then suspended and eulogies were delivered by Gorman and others on the late Senator Wilson of who died in 1801. Adjourned to May 9.-Frye reported the house to encourage American shipbuilding from the commerce The report was Immediate consideration was asked and agreed After the was read in full Frye said that although it was general in its provisions two ships only were to be admitted to American to be excluded from the coastwise and might be used by the by charter or purchase in case of two to be admitted were the City of New York and the City of Paris oi the Inman The was Tlie resolution for the payment of the claims of the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations was agreed May 3.-The diplomatic and consular was taken Chapman's amendment providing that no part of the emergency fund be paid to any foreign government in settlement of claim against the United was Blount moved to strike out the appropriation of to continue the preliminary survey for an intercontinental The motion was Tlie was then The senate amendments to the army in and a conference 4.--The report on the Chinese wafl A resolution upon the attorney general for information as to whether tlie sugar trust violated the if so whether prosecution had been instituted for such violation was taken Scott of Illinois denounced the sugar The resolution was adopted after some The general appropriation came up in committee of tho Preference was given to the river and harbor May 6.-The Klamath Indian reservation was in and a conference Holman attacked the river and harbor He said it not only appropriated but authorized contracts which would make the government liable for The general debate was finished and the considered under the fire minute May 6.-Caruth created some amusement by offering an amendment to the river and harbor for the improvement of Salt alluding to the advantage it would bring to defeated candidates for The amendment was Reed and Holman exchanged sarcastic compliments daring the debate on the Whiting moved to strike out the appropriation for the ship channel the waters of the great lakee and offered a substitute May 7.-The river and harbor was under consideration in committee of the - On motion of of Arizona an amendment was adopted appropriating for the improvement of the Colorado Blanchard of Louisiana offered An additional section providing that when bids under the river and harbor are not deemed advantageous to the materials may be and the work done otherwise than fcy O'Neill of Missouri vigorously assailed the proposed contending that the effect would be to start in notion a vast having control of the expenditure of millions of The resolution was passed and the committee arose and reported the to the 'The session ended in May 9.-Consideration of the river and harbor was the pending question being the reconsideration of the vote by which the house Saturday agreed to the amendment offered by The waa and the amendment The was then ' It carries an appropriation in reund of Iii addition the secretary of war has authorised for the completion of important projects of involving the of about The floor was then accorded to the committee on the of Ned an old on sporting is dying at New For over a quarter ot s waa 4lTen>k>}|iJ|�i��^'<,%i^ Frank E. of tha John L. theatrical has been arrested The stallion Bed son ths famous Red at died at N. The Olympio yielded to tho rtf and others will THE of the at Following is a condensed report of tho the Methodist quadrennial conference at May 8. - The forenoon was consumed in seating At the afternoon session the report of the committee on constitution appointed lour years ago was A number of were among them that the ministerial and lay vote together in the general conference on all questions except those intended to make changes in the organic law of the A great mass meeting was lield at night iu the interest of church extension May 4.-Bishop Warren Bishop Foster read the episcopal The bishop said the missions in foreign lands were in excellent condition all over the No no dissensions had appeared in the church in the past four The church had experienced wonderful Since the lost general conference fully 400,000 members had been a greater gain than had ever been known in all its The speaker then touched -in the vote iii the annual conference and the churches upon the admission of women delegates to the general conference with the following 286,608; 164,848. 6,609; 4,044. The speech warmly commended the establishment of the Methodist university and deprecated Chinese exclusion May 5.-Whether the bishops or the conference should appoint the judiciary committee caused a heated A motion giving the bishops the right to nominate but the conference power to confirm nominations was finally A resolution to memorialize congress and the president against the passage of the Chinese exclusion was referred to a committee of five with instructions to report May 6.-The committee appointed to prepare resolutions ou the Chinese exclusion reported that the exclusion had been signed by the It was therefore too late to take In tho discussion which followed the president and congress were It was the sense of the convention that the Chinese had as much right to enter this country as other May 7.-Bishop Fowler of San Franciso The venerable Bishop Taylor of Africa then presented his He said there were over 80,-000 native Methodists in thirty-eight Sunday over 800 teachers aud 8,760 Sunday He declared the work iu Africa was The people there must educated in hand and brain as well as in otherwise they will be to support themselves in that barren and would inevitably drift back into The best field is among the the and boys must be educated In order to do as the girls were always sold by their it was necessary to have money to buy them and then educate The report was indorsed by a rising At the request of one of the delegates Bishop Taylor brought forward and placed on the stand a little African which he brought with plaining that though only three years and only three months out of she had to speak The object lesson attracted much May 9.-Bishop Vincent The first business was the call of the roll for the presentation of memorials and A resolution calling on the committee on the episcopacy to ascertain if of the missionary bishops ordained anybody outside of their special was referred to that It is understood that Bishop Taylor of Africa ordained a minister while in H. P. Williams of Iowa offered a resolution declaring the use of tobacco in any form and Referred to the commi on The time for the election officers was fixed for May 17. Dr. J. M. King of New York offered a resolution for an amendment to the constitution of the United States looking to the protection of the school against religious and to define the attitude of the toward the and asked the conference to indorse the on ths which has been prepared upon the complete divorcement of church and The was adopted with Dr. King offered another resolution declaring an appropriation of money by the the government for education is not in accord With the principles of of the constitution and that the should not receive tiie government for education of the Dr. King strongly advocated the passage of his saying Methodist church never received a dollar from the government for the education of Some members of the Methodist church had done hnt not the while the Catholic had received two The was unanimously A request that the next conference be held in Cleveland was referred to the committee on conference FOREIGN It is reported that Emin Pasha is totally Smallpox raging in and Mathias a has been sentenced to He confessed to being guilty of over including several At one time he entered a monastery to escape He murdered one of the monks and stole all the convention met at Stockton and elected the following to Minneapolis i - at H. N. D. I & F. Fourth a Pil 9iwb*ii Fifth 4�trict<-A A. 01
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