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   Lawrence Daily World (Newspaper) - January 27, 1895, Lawrence, Kansas                                DAILY Ill SUNDAY JANUARY Tie Inlmts fetal MONBOB President JAXISOK Cashier Vice Prerfden W F MARCH Ant Cashier Cauital Surplus Directors CLEVELANDS HAWAIIAN POL ICY Marvin O Jmvenor M G lUnley F Ooodrloh M Newmark Monroe J N ATTORNEYS KELLY SENATE PASSES VESTS It Indorsed the Presidents Course and Advised Non Vote Was S4 to Lan guage From Senators Lodge Vote in OVER HOUSES CLOTHING STORE OmCEOVtP WSODWARDS DRDG Residence Tennessee Edward DENTIST 909 Massachusetts JUSTICE OP THE INSURANCE written In reliable Qffloe In the basement under Sinclairs office ATTORNEY AT LAW ABTSRACTUR OF TITLES Titles examined and conveyanc ng and Tornado and Hall FIBE LIFE FOR RELIABLE INSURANCE Go to TOKNADP ACCIDENT BARKER ToNsoRiAL Hair Catting in the Latest styles goanapooiag and Ladies bait dressing 838 Massachusetts Stree Will furnish information both private and Business strictly confi dential Best of O Box 77 BEAL LIVERY STABLE Special attention to boarding Everything first Fine excellent carriages 81416 Vermont St Telephone The Bijou Barber Shop S37 SID PBBPRISim Everything new bat the For Stylish Suits ont of good cloth at bottom prices go to the popular W JEWELER OPTICIAN Ropairag vt spectaotos HMtoocbly and promptly do as at journal of yesterdays proceedings in the sen ate was so relatinir to the Nicaragua that immediately after the gavel fell Kyle of North Dakota secured unanimous consent to dispose of its Hoar asked that the rules be amended to permit the presence of members elect of the house on the who was in the said that such was the but Hoar said tuat some of the doorkeepers did not so understand and so the senate at uis that the privilege should be Allen of Nebraska presented a resolution the secretary of the treasury to exercise hisdiscre tion in redeeming all forms of paper currency in silver as often as he should be convinced that a systematic effort was being made to deplete the gold reserve and force an issue of It went over under the Lodge of then arose to reply to the charge of Mills that the fact that New England held Hawaiian bonds was the motive inspiring New England senators in th ir interest for the Hawaiian re He that the bond story was a miserable Tlie original statement purported to bo based on a letter in the possession of j a Democratic He expressed doubt as to this and said that it would be an easy thing for the senator to produce the Frye of Maine followed Lodge and it soon became evident that the New England senators were deeply incensed Mills speech of yesterday and intended to resent I it First he read the orig inal charges that a Democratic sena tor had rec ived a letter from Hawaii charging that cheap Hawaii an bonds there were being floated in New England and that this was the motive behind the enthusiasm oJt the England senators for Hawaii Then turning to the Democratic side he said Jf a Democratic senator now present has such a letter 1 ask him to send it to the clerks desk and have it The Democratic sena tors looked at one another but there was no reply and he proceeded lIf the senator is not here then I will ask him when he comes to nroduce that Frye turned his attention to the detailed charg s made in the ori ginal article quoted by Mills and pronounced them falsifications throughout He then referred to an editorial appearing in a New York morning paper There is in timation made in this article of some peculiar disclosures like ly to come as to certain New Eng land he Then the names of Frye and and I think Senators Lodge and Haw are used with such suggestive absence and mixture of given names as to avoid a direct So far us the Frye family of Maine is con there is but one that I and to it Perhaps some Democratic senator will present a let ter I am the one who lias re ceived Hawaiian bonds iu considera tion of my action Frye read from the report of Mills speech wherein the lattjr suggested that perhaps it be well to have a senatorial investiga tion of these charges against New England and her and went on I had hoped that the senator j who made that would I wish he were in the senate Then raising his voice until it rang I through the chamber the senator added But I now in the ab sence of the mak the charge so he will read it in the Record he conveyed this information to the New York correspondents that he himself is the Democratic senator who has the The absence of this senator prevents me from I will say the rest in his pres I expect him to say to the sen A o Ciock the banKniptcy bin wa taken but was formally laid asid and minor matters The Text Rook of tin big fights of this session of the legi lature will be over the various schoo text book measures which have ntroduced in each In th senate the committee has agreed on substitute for In the house the committee has not yet Highest of all in Leavening I PRESIDENT DIAZ DEPINB9 HIS COUNTRYS DISCOURAGING GUATEMALAS REPLY the and Future of llnslness Is Dark Trade NKW Dun Weekly Review of Trade says Events have not helped business this About gold has been withdrawn from the mainly for and the gold reserve has been reduced to about Since December 8 the treasury has lost in thirtynine working days about and daily increasing distrust is liable to affect markets un Industries have not yet found sufficient demand for their pro ducts to prevent further The number of hands employed does not and a strike has cut off for more than a week about lalf the Brooklyn At the aottom business but the uture is and the consuming demand has not increased in as was In the belief that it would ulustries had enlarged until it the excess of pro ducing capac ty constantly tends to depress prices in both iron and Wheat was sold at the lowest point vrr known for the May and pot has declined four cents for the Mexico DOM Not Want to Go to War bat Unless the I Ittle epubllo Makes the Concessions Demanded of Her Hostilities Will Ite aagnrated by the Government ABSOLUTELY PURE HAWAIIAN EVEN SIX errlflc Boiler Explosion nt Whole Town Sh t oclock afternoon the main build ng of Henmngs brewery in this city vas wrecked by a boiler he concussion beinir so gnat that very building1 in the city was badly The buildingdestroyed was five stories iu height and filled with The force of the explo sion completely demolished killing1 seven men and badly six The explosion had an upward ten lifting the building then over turning The work of removing the ruins is progressing slowly and it will be a day or more the list of dead will be When the explos ion every building in the city was shaken and men rushed to see what was the eaue of the con The dead are men highly respected and several of them are prominent A New Chica Kansas and Arkansas railroad company yesterday filed articles of incorporation with the secretary of The of the com pany are to bj at Ell wood in Doni phan The capital stock of the company is Ttis pur poses for which the corporation is formed are to build a standard gunge railwa3r from a point in Doniphan opposite to Little passing through the counties of Ander La bette and Cherokee iu and to construct and maintain telegraph and telephone Three JUNCTION Jan Hallard of the artillery post at Fort Kiley was killed last night in thj city while he and a few comrades were making a tour of the The crowd began painting the town a vermillion line and finally encountered Poaip a colored tough at the who shot Two other soldiers were but not Campbell has been out of the peni tentiary only a Ballards homo is in CITV OF Diaz and Foreign Minister Marsical had a long conference over the Guat emalan matter last The reply of Guatemala to the demand of Mex ico was read and considered in many of its Another conference with the full cabinet will probably be held Later President Diaz dictated the following The government appre ciates this manly it being one of the results of the vehe ment and inexact phases in which the press has presented the question of the I comply with a duty in stating that although it is true that the government is sustaining a serious and delicate eontroversj of a diplomatic if not handled with logical and honorable may conduce to a although it is also true that we are not yet on the verge of because good faith an 1 logic constitute the program of the gov and because it has no right to attribute any other course to its the government believes and has practically demonstrated that belief for several that the greatest blessing we can offer to our country is the pres ent period of reconstruct on and happy and visible development in and declares that it will only allow it to be interrupted when au unjust and pertinacious aggressor insists upon infringing1 upon its well established rights and assailing its national honor and In such an which I hope will not be the government will con front the situation with true faith and inspired by its duty and its The government holds in esteem and will use with economy what you so patri otically We soldi rs of the generation now passing away feel our blood tingle when we think that we may be able to baptize in a war every way just on our part the general on coming in whose hands we are going to leave our country and its The involved in dispute is covered for the most part with dense forests of precious Mexican choppers from the North and Guate malan choppers from the South have clashed in the heart of the forest that fringes the banks of the rivers Usu macinto and La Cantum and their tributaries and this has precipi tated the The contro versy rests on the question whether the La or one of the forks of the Usumacinto constitutes the boundary between the Mexican state of Chiapas and The old traditional boundary was the La but according to the treaty of 1882 the boundary was pushed to the The Guatemalans do not now accept the Usumacintoas the Minister Tbnrston Says 1 hey Are la Class Shape and Denies Minister Thurston said today of the state ment that the Hawaiian government was selling bonds in this country at twentyfive cents on the for I the purpose of influencing a feeling in favor of annexation There is no more possibility of such a thing being done by the Hawaiian government than by the United States govern ment By law the Hawaiian govern ment can borrow mon y for two pur poses to pay postal bank depositors in case the treasury is unable to meet the demand secon for the purpose of constructing certain public as harbors and public together with the amounts to be spent for are specified in the several acts authoriz ing the So far from being troubled concerning financial mat the provincial government was an I the republic now is stronger in that department than in any The continuous balance in the treas ury has ranged from to Not only has the government j not been obliged to borrow for its current but it had such a larjre surplus on from current i receipts that it advanced from the i current receipts in the treasury to the loan fund account the sum of wh nh was expended on the specified public works and also met a run of over on the postal savings Folowing Upon tho far Western plains the a few years ago so familiar a sight to the travelerJby rail or has now almost wholly In Texas and Western F shy bands three to half ft years ago the Gottleib von Kl African I One of them has twenty miles an hour and hat f stride of fourteen The of ostriches for racing purposes hM been seriously interfered with by passage of an anUbettiqgJftW by English STATE HANGINGS UNCLE SAM AS A PEACEMAKER The MUsourl Ioute a Kill for I enltentlary apltal JEFFERSON house convened this morning without a Petitions were presented from Kansas City and Jefferson coun ty asking the enactment of an anti cigarette The committee on criminal juris prudence presented a substitute for the bill regarding the hanging of condemned which was adopted by the It requires all persons convicted of capital offenses to be transferred to the penitentiary and in the course of law hanged within the prison The act ap prppliates for the erection of a suitable building in the penitentiary for the Among the bills introduced were the following By Middleton of Wright to compel the attendance in public schools for at least four months of each year of childr n between the ages of 6 and 16 and requiring the county court to furnish free school books to children pnr ents are too poor to purchase them by Kyler of Louis requiring the police commission TS in Louis and Knnsas City to establish rules under which policemen will not be on over eight hours each Locks of Fcrt Miss Hellene of JOftf is achieving as the nator of the idea of collectingthe locks of foot ball heroes as Recently the captain of a wellloxnaav eleven received a letter from Willis asking1 for a lock of each of his to be by their and ezplaiaUup the unusual request by statingthat she has a large in which are placed the locks of hair and graphs of most of the prominent players of the past la lien of At the HarvardYale football match a baiters of pretty Boston girls in lieu of muffs wore sure from which the ends ng4 been They were whaleboaed and stuffed and made an ex ceedingly pretty Behind this feminine rush line came a Cadaverous youth bearing a pasteboard horn that for size and capacity has probably never been The word so commonly ap plied by an inferior to ope of higher grade in the United States is generally American tn its It comes the low Ger and istreard frequently in Con tinental Europe fn Germany one often sees the sign which translated means of ft lodging KANSAS HELPING ITS I1U Good Tendered and to Mexico A new telegraphic invention will convey words a minute over the Ton Hartal tn The TwiceaWeek issued Tues iay and is belnar sent to sub scribers oa trial four months for 85 Mail a quarter in silver or to The Kansas and 83 Issues of the best paper in the Southwest Fifty cents bays the ate whether he gave this information to the correspondent and whether he has any information as to New Eng land senators having Hawaiian boud Frye declared that the only iu debtedness of the Hawaiian govern ment held outside of Hawaii was of bonds held in which commands a premium and which the people of Hawaii had tried in vain to get hack so as to hold them The Vest substitute on the Hawaii an question indorsing the course of the administration and advising non interference was then adopted by tho vote of 34 to as follows COCK re llun Jones of Lind Vilas and Total Nays Mitchell of Oregon STotaJ 82 A Mrelhii of New York NKW clearing house committee met last night and discusseJ the recent withdrawals of gold from tho United States subtreas The opinion was general that the government should at once Ksue That the subtreasury is for tifying itself ajraiust all demands for gold was shown by the big ex press wagons that are unloading their precious freight at the vault doors of Uncle Samuel As sistant Treasurer says there is no significance to be at tached to these Small reward for Express authorities of the Cotton Belt railway and the Pacific Express company have offered jointly a reward of 8400 for the capture of the robbers who hel I up and robbed an express ear on that road in Arkansas Wednesday night Wheat Below Fifty cash price of wheat in Chicago dropped under fifty cents today and the May price got below fiftythree niitl Unarrel Town AbeOHaraand Josh Cox irvled over the merits of the M ol Parker and Blackwell and Both men were faI KITorU of tho llnltml Statoi to Urine About it Keoonclll CITY OK United States has un lertakjn to play tho part of peacemaker between Mexico and Guatemala to prevent war if A telegram has been received here from Secretary Gresham expressing the hope that Guatemala and Mexico would agree between themselves upon some method of bottling the dispute over the bound but that if this should not be possible thu United States trusted tho two countries would agree to submit their differences to arbitration of som friendly This communi cation from a nation with which Mexico enjoys such intimate and friendly relations has caused a pro found Impression upon the govern ment and undoubtedly accounts in part at for the decision of the minister of foieign affairs to with hold for five or six at the ultimatum which it was about to dispatch In much less time in answer to a note from Guatemala It is learned that the pres ident of the United Stites ma le such appeal as would be received in good spir t before sendinsr it bv first com municatinsr in an unofficial manner ivith Minister Romero at A HIT Calculation In Tho ocean sea and lake surface of our planet is estimated at something like square miles with an averayo depth of and is calculated to contain not less than billion tons of The of thu earth are estimated to have a How sufficient to cover thirty six cubic miles of tho above urea each if all the oceans were sud denlv and the rivers could keep up their present rate of flow Of they could not without ocean it would take M Coal and Heine Sent to the V eitern with re ports of severe snow ami cold weather in Western Kansas come stories of suffering of man and and a movement in the direction of relief has been inaugurated in the eastern half of the Governor Morrill will supplement th s movement by ordering the war den to the output of peniten tiary coal for the benefit of tlu suf Eightcars of coal already been and today two more cars were forwarded to Thoma three to Cheyenne and two to Applications have been file I as follows Kiowa three cars Rawlins three cars Rooks four cars Greeliy four Chicago Done Bolder and more daring than any in many years are the operations of a gang of forgers whose system was first discovered by a financial Beginning with the promiscuous looting of the mail the gang committed forgeries oa all checks and drafts found in the stolen letters and completed the dar ing work by passing the altered cheeks on the biggest banks in New Mexico Askt for SANTA memorial to congress praying for the immediate passage of the New Mexi can statehood bill passed the lower house of the assembly by a vote of 19 to It will be unanimously adopted in the council and hurried forward to Washington in the hope that the sen ate may take favorable action at the present New Noble is now posi announced that William sford is to be married to the uvs of formerly Louis Hatnmersley of Now the coming Demand for California re linr frost in Florida has ere demand for Southern Culifor uQprecadeatfd early Torpedo Torpedo a new form of torpedo net cutter invented by a Dan ish naval have proved it is in recent Tfiey are fixed to the head of the and fall apart on striking the cut ting it so to let the torpedo through and strike the THE KANSAS Jan lots by on M KMSM the close were quoted nominally M tallows Na 1 51 42o 3 Mo 4 48 1 49c Na 6io Na a Wa 4 47c Sales by supple on Kansas City 2 mixed 4 Jo aaked Ha 9 nominally Na 4 nally 3JO Na 2 i can 4la Mo I nominally OATSWore offered at ymtertfays without Receipts Sears a year a 7 Salon by SMBple OB City Na mixed No nominally to No f nominally iSo No 2 wtilto t can Slo Na J nominally la CANS Lower per 100 Ito IB bulk MILLET SKKD II 15J per uo RrKPtrai Na nominally sue nominally according to btllint Fina Oi 0c per cwt sacked CoBV ISm per cwt 8i oars market doll I Id M low No 1 WiAfljO Na 404fA50 Chicago Board of Jan The oUowinc table shows the of prices for aotire fuUrei on the board of trade today Jan Jan May July Jan May July Jan May July POHKJan May LAIUJaa May Opnd Lhro KANSAS Jan celpts iM29 78 shipped 1 The market w as dull and barely stedy throu hout Dressed boef and export covs and LA S 36 Mexican 10 and Indian Western Texas antfladlaa ti stockew and mixed IU SO i The market was and le with pigs and S to lOe t p wad 4 and the balk of iale were MSI to 4 a for top and ttU to N for bulk 791 shipped 078 Nearly all the direet to fMk an The demand was strong and saarkot Srm n shipped 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