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   World (Newspaper) - February 5, 1893, New York, New York                                iWhatever Inte rested FAIR s Weather i indieaj i Von in 1892 is probably detailed inj The World a I Herchants are alike interested in i Weatherl I The World PRICE FIVE NEW FEBRUARY PRICE FIVE 40 HE DID NOT TELL Thompsons Panama Story Was True as Far as It BUT IT IS SAID IN PARIS IT DID NOT GO FAR Mew York Got Francs of the Canal The Halt Interesting Expenditure In Jtchnlf of the Canal It I Were Made Before Ills Committee Wan A French Government Accountant Went Through tho Bookl Sny Came to America When the Come Out Mnny Reputations Will lie Tliouxh few Slntnumiii of Thli Hepubllo Are Af feolecl No Such LeelnlHtlon UaB Neeilrd In tlie United State an In France Andtleur Wouldnt Tell Even If He Know Panama Railroad bonds It won none ot our Wo wore thcro simply 10 honor checks and to pay Touchers drawu against tbo accounts with our tho Public was seen by Tho World and said ANDHIKUX WOULD NOT It Is useless tu ask for tho names or Ameri cans said to bo Implicated In tula III knew them I would not tell I know the names of tho one hundred and our Deputies over hero supposed to have taken Panama yet I will not give them I do not want to put mysolt in tho awk ward position or making charges against people which perhaps i cannot Let some one else make the Andrloux Is counsel or Cornelius and It woa suggested that perhaps llorz would like to make a statement clearing him soil from all charges brought against Andrleuz said Uerz is as Innocent as a nowborn but tbo rofugco would be rery loollsh to talk just as he should advise not Herz Is still at occupying the hotel he has bought Ills doctors siy he Is no When pressed to make a definite statement as to his ailment they declared vaguely that bis heart Is not Kn York War I CABLE DESPATCH Tn TnE that tho United States havo begun lu earnest to Investigate tbe American end or tbo great Panama the Judged from Intormatlon at hand on this side of tbe promise to hurt a great manr Not many of Americas public men are 1m pllcatn and almost no members ot because tho Panama Company needed no such legislation In America as It did In Tbe general desire to shield everybody con nected with tho thing In Franco makes It difficult to get at even the American With tho exception or iwo or none of the big men connected wltb tbo French In vestlcatlon is In and In ono way and another they nro doing everything tbey can to keep secret tbo worst This recent scare over savings banks was all In tbo same line ot doslro to draw atton from the groat scandal to something THOMPSON KNOWS BOMB Over In America Hionard Thompson has more secrets in mind than he has yet Over hero the man who knows moro about tho American end than any one else Is the Floury Government accountant appointed to examine all tbe llo has gone through more than halt or tbo accounts ol the Ameri can In an Inter i lew wltb The World correspon dent js said coday Thompsons explanation ot how some francs was spent Is all true BO tar as It But there Is another end bo has not yet taken Ills explana tion oovora only tbe lime after tho appoint ment or tbe American That Is to all tbo doings ho told ot occurred later than But tbe years Im mediately preceding 1S84 termed the period of time when the most interesting expendi tures were This was beforo tbe forma tion of bis American wuo aor TUB TWELVE MILLIONS 11 Before tho year 1884 tho com pany sont to for use at tbe very outset of tho Panama and oven before any issue or HOW was this money to be used and who got It was 1 have not corao to that was the and names I shall bavo to give you together with details ot tbe expendi itemomber one however tbe Ameri can ot which Thompson was President and NaMian Appleton bad nothing to do with spending this All this was before tbelr Are you tho correspondent that this money went to America 1 have not been satisfied with taking tho entries ot the books but have looked Into he actual transmission or tbo and oo am positive thai the cash Itsoir actually went over to the United According to tbo way the books wore the Panama aud American accounts wore run In lu In both these York and francs was NEW YOKE SOT THE UIGdEK This amount was divided as follows Panama got frahrtfand New York franca libw about tbe purchase ot the Panama italiroadt I havo not looked Into that but I have no doubt that when the matter Is inves tigated the same lavish extravagance which characterized the work here will be found to have beep duplicated in As everybody in America much ot the Panama money later on went through tbe banking houses ot ot Lanler i and ot Morgan seligmon was seen by Tbe World respondent and asked what truth there Is In the report that bis firm was concerned In the 1anama matter and tbat It lost fianud through loans on Panama bonds as sellgman answered Wo were mem tors or the American twq other banking firms and wli U Thompson and but our connection was purely that oi n banking object ot tbe com mittee was Umply to fnclUtate the handling iho money Many con tracts were made or American tor tor chemicals and lor a thousand other AHKIIIOA IIBiriil A So tar from It being an injury to the Panama sobemo great enabling manufacturers and merchants to to tbe company great quantities of 11 Qur connection with ths affair was elwply apd purely that or wo were a mnojiine tor the ot paid out nothing except on otiooka and voupUers and srecelved no money oxoepc In 1 mat we prtlottiis on Panama bgnds Is ft publlQ w tooK ft buslneaji SB you COLOMBIA IS LOOKING FOR A Thlnkl the United Ktnton Muiit Build the Ctiniil In via Tbo peo ple or Colombia appear to Imaglno tbitt United Stales is anxious to get bold ot ho Panama and tbey nro eager to know what sort or a proposition will he Tbo newspaper or this says today that propositions from tbe United States cannot be confined to prohibiting Colombia rrom granting an extension or tltuo to the French company to complete tbo The United It has no right to make such a as It would bo likely to breed trouble with other It miy be it tbat the United states will at least assure thu opening or tho lil tbe great Interest Ameri cans huvo jday In bulUMs tho oanulwiih American capital Is explained by the loss ui tho railroad auross tlui and adds bllo tho transfer or tho railroad bos been a urunt loss to the United on tho other hand It Is a grand and acquisition lor tho and ir they have nui built tho canal they are cully oom pun sated by acquiring possession ot ths Iana ua with consequent control oi ti anic across the IHI thero must build the canal or AMERICAS INQUIRY Subpoonni for Two Itnpnrlant WltneMei 111 Panama in vestigation was to have begun this but just before tho hour sot tor tbo Inquiry a telegram was received from wbo was Secretary of tbo American end or tbo Panamn stating not i each bore until It was thon decided to meet at but subsequently the meeting was postponed until Monday deputy scrgcuntatarms has been de spatched to lirouklyu with nubpoiuas lor two Important TORIES WIN Sir Josoph Cronlnnd Elected to the Late William Conservatives won a signal victory today by capturing Uud which wont Liberal In in 18SOand In Tbo contest was for tho seat made vacant by tbe death of William It was bitterly and largely on the Irish Homo little sir Kills Ashrnoad Bartlott having declared in a speech in tie hair or the coimervailve sir Joseph that any legislative body in ire hum would be controlled by thobo who In the past had threatened vengeance upon Ulsttr und bad threatened to tax British imports and establish Kornan Crosland was elected today by votes to for At the late general election had votes to ror THEKIIEDIVBMUST Lord iiiul Wnildlnicton HHTO bluo book laid be fore dealing with recent oyonts In slums tbat tho it he had la defiance oi in ohang Ini his intended to dismiss all British Tho blue book also shows tbat Lord Hose beiy and tbo French Ambas had several snappish Wuddlngton disputing rlyht to tor tho Khedlvo anu obleotlng to tbo handed methods ot Lord thu lirltlsb representative at Lord itosebnry retorted that tbo high handedness was solely on the part at uu and as long da British tlon be Lord Koaeuery would not allow tbe Kgyplluii Administration to be changed from top to bottom at the mere whim of tbe BuGOTA CAPTORKU BY A A flunilreil 1eraona Killed end FIYI BIX Hundred via advices from Bogota state that tho recent riot there much more serious than at first It is tbat thero was severe and sanguinary battle between the populace and the The mob defeated the police and held pos session ot the two Then iho national troops were called out and martial law was The soldiers succeeded in and tbo mob were arrested and Altogetherabout 100 persons were killed and trom BOO to 1100 wounded in A rigid oensoishlp of the prem despatches Is malntulneai so that H la iinioult to get at Romance TO tan I Etta to eloped today with ualvia a been bitterly opposed by the glrl8 Karly tills inoi nlng tbe lovers nwoke Uavid pastor pf tlie liesbytorlau by whom they were tn loan minutes later tboy boarded a train tor Ihy llaro No Tbey stand Qm CIOAU In eaoU Are Ioaltlvu MARY SAW THE She Had a Box All by Herself and Was Stared At by JIER FAULTLESS MALE ATTIRE SDG GESMI THE She Telia a Reporter that She Lllcei Thentrea and thut Aetreaiei Are Mot IlHir to Had aa Society Would OBTO Ui Nn llrnptot for tbe Oplnlona of Such Hud n IIox All to Beraelf In Matte A palefaced wearing a brandnew silk bat and otherwise faultlessly stepped briskly up to tbe boxoffice ot the Imperial Hall yesterday after noon and said In a voice that was grotesquely feminine for sucb raiment I want a box all to Six sir I responded tho treasurer Tho little Individual nervously thrust a hand Into a A purse was and six onedollar bills were carefully counted out and an they were paid In exchange for the ait on to his dudelets I cried a diminutive newsboy who slood as tho boxbolder paused Into tho Thero was much in tho newcomers appear ance to suggest the typical Tho tile was perfectly correct tho greatcoat was cloaked but proper tho black tie was jauntily worked Into a small bow and caught by a dainty peat 1 pin around a collar ol fashion able bclgbt and shape the trousers were pressed according to tho fad and all but hid a dainty pair ot little patent leather exactly Tho usher showed tho visitor to the allotted box wltb marked courtesy and tbo show went It was ono of tho most conspicuous boxes L n audience stared at the SfJ CHICAGO HAS A NEWS It Fancies tliat Three New YorVen Tried to Tnke All the Money In TO TBK trio of Now Yorkers are charged by a number of local banks with attempting to obtain by a noto kiting plan that proved to bo Lot only very nearly The banks and a number of Eastern llrms wero saved heavy losses by tbo accidental meeting ot two business tnun In Now York Tho scheme ot the trio was to form a bath tub They approached President or the Illinois liathTub lie listened to the story of tbe proposed combine and seemed to regard it in a favorable They visited of the firm ot llolton plumbers and after dilating upon the future ot tbo offered him exclusive Eastern control of Iho bathtub If he would take worth or lloltou was to Rive ninetyday noioa ror and tho two would Hand East In cash at tho time or Tho men Interested In tbe Manhattan numbers Supply of New It is similarly Induced to sign notes for the big plumber and supply or was next and ho Is said to hare signed paper to tho extent or Ths to Chicago with moro than in discountable paper In tiielr erlu The Fort Dearborn National Bank was chosen to begin work They took several or the choice notes nt lloltou there ana succeeded In getting worth dis They drew out tho leaving u deposit ot several thousand dollars worth of They went next to the Metropolitan Na tlonal Bank and announced their Intention to open an Tbo sum of In cash and some moro or their notes obtained from the Easterners were Again notes wore the bank ofllclals knowing that ihoro was plenty or cash on de posit to their credit With a portion or the gradually augmented amount or cosh ho trio visited the National Hank or the American Cnlcago Trust the Atlas Na Central Trust and Havings and other In ouch one the scheme or depositing leaving it alone and securing discounts on the paper was At tbwtlmo llolton met Mills In They compared notes and round peculiar GlHa Tin aoinlng boxc imlled at cuch other BIW ScanAy anS one o them hume them hummed tho tune or that once popular There is a brand new dudii In It was Mary She la spending a few days in and to a Vioria who Joined her In the sho explained I wauiouto sen a You know 1 havent been a playhouse ror two I want a little 1 used to go occasionally In But of course I havent nad a clmnvo up In iho where I have been tor the last two The world at or lot me put doesnt think much of these actresses but I lost the most ot my regard for society long I tuluk It is Hellish and these poor Klrls who have to work so hard lor a llvlnit hay Bven tbat poor girl whose acting consists altogether or kicking probably has a and 1 uavo no doubt Bbq Is going through these gymnastic oxcrclsov to buy bread for the doar old I am a and 1 love That young woman Is all Thero Is that young lady wbo sings nauifhiy She does It for a Shes tot a sweet and olio looks like a dear little Bah I for the opinions of I like the Its mimicries bring newer and brighter thoughts into tbo gloomy actualities or and wo owe a dent to iho good and people whose pur pose u is to please 1 am a friend of the i nil if tl Walker said she had no particular plans tor tho buiu nhe going buck to Thats SMALL HOPE Nothing but Her Vlcomui Cnnitltutlon Ilni Knpt Uer Alive Sn Tbe attending physician members of tho family make no further concealment or the tact that William Whltnoy is In a very critical Charles MoUuruoy said last evening but her vigorous constitution has kept Whitney Most women would have surrendered months I have known or casos where persons wero very low with huart affection aud hnvo rallied 1 only wish I could sett such a chance lor Will and Harry who arc home from and Alias together with are constant watctutru by tho sufferers Among tbo cullors irdjy was who upent somo lime with Whluiuy In the A proiuhloh violets and Whitneys favorite wero sont to the house yesterday by sympathizing Although has known or his wiles loitlaay for a year pnht bu upproheudou no immodiato and the suuuonness of tho attack has utmost prostraind ot Whitneys la A MINISTER GIYEN TO And In Host of Iliti MnrrliiRei lie Acted in TO THE tbe bogus minister who was arrested at and brought to on the charge of hns at leant three living Trlpot went to Ilttslleld about two years and soon became popular among tho French peoplo lie soou won the affec tions or an attractive young woman ot bis MOCK and After a time ho stinted a mission at Jreat He had not teen Micro lone beforo It was sipped uuuut that ho was a bogus and WUB pertorinlutr uiarriagu ceremonies without lie was ni und when arraigned beforo tuo uiMat llarnugtun waived ball being given by a prominent tlttstlolU she Ham tbat suo had permit tali h that Iaor Trlpot mount no but wait merely lunorautTot tbe voinpllouieu laws or HUH soon alter being hailed Trlnot stepped leaving Ills irlfe and Inquiries were nont tu Switzerland regurdlng his record It wai tlmt he had a wile and six children In lhat U tu said Trlpei ahio deceived a woman 1 TO THE reply to Penuojers recent lllng at tbe llcmoorallo state Comuiltteo baa adopted resolutions which soy j The people lorthe second ilrae and by an overwhelming ma jority have shown oonfldeiiou in urover and it ill becomes repeatedly been honored by tbu tu attempt to throw Blurs us greatest We hereby renew our CKlapte to the choeen executive of nud and we Iennoycrs against him as unwarranted and TrHilsra itoHatnl Alive lir IniJI JJUBAOAJBO 4 Tbe Indiana havo allvq three traders wore caught young In dianglrls or ibe ot sailing mow i 1 Thoy took lhu to 1 sTttt1 Tho attorney rushed around to each bank that was in pleaded that they charge tho notes not yet due to tho wouldbe swindlers cash balances nnd savu the U saved tho banks and frightened the al iened schemers out or the city minus tho they Intended to make on tho An who claims to be employed by tho three says that his clients are lano cont business men and It was they who were taken In uy tho Kaatorn resorted to that method ot floating alleged worthless pup COULDNT SAVK THE BABY Taken from IU Pnrenti and Uoied With but Kaon When the baby lilppopotamus was born Friday afternoon Its actions and appearance led Director Smith of the Zoo to believe that It had strength and brains enough to take hold anil It ran gavo llttlo grunts and stuck Its Inquisitive square noso Into every nook and corner of the But It was decided that Burns nhould remain with the happy family all Fri day night to If any serious accident to the He and Keeper Downey Investiga tion developed tho fact that tho baby had not once It wan noticed that It was growing weak and could not got upon Its When Director Smith arrived ho de cided to Bend for the Prcsldont Dana dropped In JUKI at that and all adjourned to the lion That animal must como out of Smith and tho others But the question arose how wiiH It to bo Murphy was ugly and Caliph wan excited anu stripping but one way to do down to busi Ills oxamplo wna followed by tho Oallph driven Into his tunic by Keeper who used n The boards over tho door of tlio compart ments worn removed and Snyder tloned himself ready to urab the baby as HOOII an HH mother hud boon coaxed After over an hours hard work they succeeded In doliiR though Murphy grew terribly excited and and beat BO furlotiHly ugHlimt thB bars that the building The baby was hantllywrappod up In a couplo of heavy overcoatH and taken to Director Smiths A blanket and a quilt were fished out of tho cot ton batting procured and the baby was BWHthed and placed by Milk was hastily procured and It took the fluid readily through a large In half uu hour It had drunk over a pint and by 6 oclock lant night a quart and was Btlll But a little Inter It grow weaker and though tho keepers worked very hard to sustain suld President oft his coat and theres tta died at 0 MURDE110UH INDIANS 8HOT Swift Vo nun n nee Vlillml Vpon Two Slrlhui nnd Hit TO THB PINE 1UDUK Word was received at the agency tbat four cowboys belonging to tho Humphrey on the White had been mur dered by Two his two White Face liorse aud other members of tho Indian band wbo were leaders In tbe troubles at Pine Uldgo two years Acting Agent lirown sont out twenty agency police In pursuit of tbe Tonight it reported that the pqlicn over look tho and In the contact tbat en mtodTwu two sons and While uaoe Horse were snot dowm All ibe prominent Indian ohlofs at tbn Ited uloud and condemn tho killing or tho cowboyd and Bay that every guilty Indian should be joe wbo was lu com mand of tho agency baa sent tbe fol lowing ot todnya battle lounu the Indians camped down near NoWaters soon as they saw us they Uoifun ni Ing and we opened tiro in re 1 killed one Indian as ho was going up the bill OUtlng one p rasgc ilOll bUQ mil omvlml UUO Ited wwl killed ana rjluut Horn iled killed Knuiil Her In HII Opium The parents of Bridget seven teen veurs of 360 Olierry bolleyod that she hud found employment as u sevanf ln that she wan1 an Inmate an opl Mm joint 8 PoU they naked Justice In the Tombs yea tercloy to send her to an He committed her to the House of Good Shepherd despite heis tearful The Uciult of Piotojwna la HOWELL Howell Edmunds ot whom Harrison has nomi nated to succeed the late Judge Lamnr on tbo bench ot thy United States Supremo Is In his sixtysecond lie was born at April llo lived ut In his youth and was graduated from the East Tennessee College at tho age ot He spent two years at tho University or and when twontyrour years old was graduated rrom the Lebanon Law Then ho began to practise Three years later ho moved his law library to In 1870 ho went back to Jackson to live and practise He served two terms by appointment upon the buprcmo Court bench oi his State and was OIAKKSON IN VTAU lie Goes AGiiiinltic far the Ecnlp nf 1roalilent TO Ttra DES exchalrmau ot tho Itepubllcan National H on a sickbed la Mew York but that does not prevent him from showing hlH hatred for President Clarksnn has wrltton a letter to a Irlcnl hero in which hn sovcroly condemns tho President for nominating Judgo Jackson to the Supremo courl Tho ho of appointing a southern stuicsrlghln Democrat to this high court or last resort In tho present critical national situation Is a gross betrayal or pub lic irusi and party in my It Is an of party llttlo short ot a moral Alone ot the branches of tuo Govern the judiciary now stands between tho South and Its avowed hostility to tho prin ciples ot all tba systems and policies adopted by the Government and accepted by the great body of tho American results of the It except for this act of a publican would bavo remained for tour years aa tbe one dofonao in ihe Oovorn moht the reactionary politics ot the and OH Ihe only protection to tho Uo publicans of the southern whose help lessncus under rule President Harrison knows today bolter than any other man In the for ho has borne lor four years tbelr piteous but Ineffectual appeals ton protection lu their right to vole as lu their right to defense lu the and la tbelr rights of property and lite 1 even when ho had for years n Itopuo loan Congress to support ho was wltb such supremo national to enable oven the United Stales courts In ttio South cither to execute tho laws ot the nn tlou or enforce their own Itgpub I leans dragged before tbe national court m the race ot local hatred and malice were compelled lo testify at tbe hazard if their as thoy knew well that If thoy teuiiilcd truly and thenwere turned loose without sufficient judicial or other sort or protection would bo mur dered at the pleasure ot moohabinlng distil counterfeiters or other offenders ugumst tho national Not only but President Harrison wag not with u Itepubllcan congress ana cabinet and a itopuuilcan Supremo to protect the lives of his owi lu tbe discharge of their onicinl duties 111 the By order ot tlie ot tho United states subordinate oljieora were neut on the ofilclal crraudaor the President or the us In Florida last ana oanicluus Wat they wguld not up protouted and knowing that ihpy would be because they were Hepuolkmn omolais sentlnt national in i t hoy were not only left to be so murdeiedibut their known by all baye remained unpunished to tills and the families of tbe victims left to u bitter He oi overly nnd astraoUm by tho samu law aua vy once dcfeatnd In a nominating ror tho same In 1880 be was elected to tuo state House or llepresentntlves on a State credit nis associates elected htm to the United states Senate us a Dem He took bis seat Marob served with Benjamin Harrison In the and the MendslUp rormed between tho two men at tbat tlmo was never President Cleveland appointed him United States Circuit Judgo In tho Tennessee and Ohio March If Cleveland said last week that ho regarded Judge Jack sons promotion as a splendid I have a high regard for Judgo said the lie was In tho Senate when 1 appointed him to the aud bo is In every way qualified or the po sition low oti he has been Judgo Jacksons present position as Circuit Judge Insured him a year for lie has said tbat he was not consulted about bis but or bo would sign his scat on tho riroult Bench for one on ibe bncb of the Supreme Court If tho Senate confirmed his Uo is of medium height and Bis eyes are a cloar His race is always with the exception or a gray known In Tennessee as a chin in the Senate be was a member of the Judiciary and he has always been considered a good lawyer and an able llo is very quint and and has won friends by his gentleness of national Government to redeem tho pledge ot tbe Constitution to guarantee a republican form or government to every Tholirnor a Hopuhllcan In the South has had no While the negro race has been loft to a treatment or cruelly and wrong never surpassed lu iho atrocities or a barbar ous and canibul no court in any Htute In tho south any longer In or scarcely oven lu Uic protection lo tho negro from killing by tho It long ago gro boci lamo nlnuo any cuaiKo ugiilnut him lu tho whether with or without Is nliruys enough to lUHiirn Imprisonment l not Much license lu perpetuating wronar and cruelty upon a helplena not oheukud by local sent luiout or restrained by national has run Its mad course within tno past two only hunareiiH or neuroes have born lynched bill several bnvo been burned ai Hie stake und tortured with every sort or cruelty whllo dylnif In tho This now course In cruelty tho South has Invented In thoso later ynure when tho Hepubllcan Intention has plainly relaxed Its purpose to Install the negro lu every pub llo right and him conceded to tho southern sontiment whllo all should be allowed to ni blaok or If Ignorant or be placed In office and power over any people North or Tbo kindly act o the North In thus moderating Its feeling arter tho war and lu counBollng tbo to qualiry him self tor ultlzoiishlD and to eok nly such places aa bo IH qualified to and the action or tho patient negroes thoniHolveu m conform ing to this instnad of making moro irentlo und humane tho treatment of tho acgroen in the South seemed to Intensity and multiply the wrongs uutl cruelties on their dnonsoleiM Wlillo no ono protends to excuse Ignor or crime through and whllo every intelligent person the danger ana menace ot a mass or Ignorant and while tho Intelligent people or the north have sympathized with the southern jieoplo In their contests with tbe vast amount or Illiteracy among tho black and whlto people tho souih bus laken sympathy as a license ror It to stain the history or America with atrocities on guilty and Inno cent or whom tholr courts arforutta meant of ample and Tbat a Kopublloin when the South neither in its rrosn nor by any public utterance of Its people condemns finch should In selecting a suprume court Judgo from the South choose wbo rnpreuents such cruelty to tho and that bo could do it on ilia very day alter a nogro bad been burned alive aad tortured with tbo passive consent of tbo state und local authorities in a Southern makes It stranger and both morn unaccountable and mure to be condemned lu the south were United States Judges on tlie Cir peers with Jackson in lUtltoml ability and and with personal records HO fair that not oven the most malignant southerner would have challenged their Whether this act o President tbe greatest solecism in party politics ever commuted uv any and tho arm in stance Hlnco thu foundation vt tbo republic of President selecting lor tho Supreme court a man of ihfl opposite political was Uouo In personal pique over bis own defeat or from whatever motive or tbe llepublt oan Hen uto owes It to the party of Grant and Ulalno to condemn To nocopt and confirm It would be to confess Houubfi oanUin a ahum and all gloi loud principles canting For any Senator or iho Uupvblioiuiititb W vote tor It ia stultify Uuuheifand hispaityas much as It lie bad voteif for Olevuiaim in u Democratic and uureoantfd believers In secession arid status rights and tree tl ude and hatred or union soldiers may be aw vjolntoJ to the Supreme bench by u can 1iesldent and confirmed by a Jte uau there would soom to co nnd 191 Ml evtl hero may oe and 1 will an FAIK right to citizenship and office al ihough ihe Itepubllcan party Is bound by nvery covenant or honor to uphold bis man hood and finally establish his As to humanity anu tho recoil or conscience aualiist tho uttHpeakablo cruelties towards tbo hliiok now ao rire In the there can be no question In any American home where either honor or nlty Tho negros rights as a human being and delense in our Christianity as a It not lu our politics as a After tho enemies of his common rights to uncorturcd existence or to kind oven as an comi Into possession ot the 1rosldcncy and ihe they might httvn been left to clvo themselves by the peoples the one last thing ot tbo Hiiprnmo If a States rights man or Southern aud unreeantod sectional ideas must he on tho Supreme bench and be In the find tho llual one tu give It a Democratic ma tho itepublloan Moiiato not to be a party to Leave sucb an appointment to he mud n by a States Antt Anti National President and The Hepubllcan which Is still living and which Is to rulo again in the nation despite any mans may won bo saved from tho prcaunt reproach and the historical dishonor or sucb an act ot perfidy and wrong becoming an accomplished Wntlirr Pur Eastern Stv Ifew Jer wit to eatl slowly waiintr for Xeta r vmatlart ahtfilna lo fast slight rile in tempera urn ay llonaav For Western Ane Foifcand Western ftnn udicts shifting to Tha cold Kitvo follonrad rapidly from tba North out behind tho atorm uliioa waa MII vracd oTer thu lalto reiiona on The paraturo loll In ill tho Atlantic Stilus from It to 40 degrooa lu Qi From Northern Raw York tu Montana It waa Uolcm and weat ot tlto Mlialaalppl tho zaro Hun touohod Houtharn Km whila tha lino of fraaaluK woathor rnnoloiato tho Ciulf of Tlio ootdait In tho United SUtua waa as ilaiirnoa nud lu Janivda QO At Whlto niror The cold will reaoli loweat point lu thla oltj this morulug and bo within tew ilegrera of naroi by Monday It begin to acoir Thero waa hut me atorm lu that waa coDbral on tho coaet of oattalng heavy mn to San Thla ainrm la gly warmer to tlie whore bore hu bean frloe ot about 28 tfalr ntktlier ura vtlled la all other It waa uoldor In thla Tbo taropertcuri touoliott It dogma t 8 the ooldait of the ilayt 17 I wlau uliUcBt velocity 41 mlloa au houri ill ralloat buiuldlr 03 uor 1ati nod oolder weather la proialaed for Tho only recognlzou strictly firstrclasa tbe IQUBC popular with batter clans ot and hua tho lariat demand ot any cigarette in Mow cpnsuwer win and quality but no The u not by trus ana it oauuot snppreBsac by Thnt OolU Killed There are plenty wpw bwyou need iipt wth iecrcfary Fosttr Took Tliclr Creden lials and TliLn Scaled Their BIUEl CONFERENCES AT THB DEPARTMENT OF nother Meeting Appointed for Neit No Arrnnnetnent Yet for am IntcrrUw with rroalileut Coin WITH with Ihelr lleoxpilnn liy Brarornrjr and Munirvtt Nn Wilder Erhnefl ilm Heretofore Kx proiaeil by Sotna of Hint No Protectorate MlnUtrr Slnvnnaa Cotme Offlolnllr Dphelil and the Lnndlne of United Alarlnes nt Honolulu rapKriAL rn TnR strange flag loated over Worinloys llotol this t was tbe ensign ot Hawaii and was hoisted n the keen north wind Just as the Hawaiian Commissioners lert the hotel In true lemocratic started on foot for the suta Department to confer wltb Secretary of Slate Tbe naif was of whlto and bluo with a big red cross in the upper lotthand The commissioners were a trine late m arriving at the The big clock la the main hallway marked when the Door or tbe diplomatic receptionroom was thrown open and the Secretary stepped rorward to greet tbo representatives of tbo little com monwealth miles to the Secretary Foster then sat down at ih end it tho long table and Solicitor Partridge took i scat near at whllo tho commissioners sat on either side or tbe The commissioners were accompanied by the Hawaiian who las been provided with new credentials from Provisional tbelr legal was also wltb Once Inside tho receptionroom tbe heavy door was tightly closed and very llttlo ot what took place In tbe next half hour has leaked At tbe commissioners returned to tholr Halt a dozen correspondents were waiting to see but soon covered tbat their visit to the State ment padlocks upon five that were glib enough THEIR LIPS Secretary Fosters first lesson In diplomacy administered to tbo representatives ot Hawaii was on tbe subject ot which bo assured them was The Secretary1 bad explained while there was no ob jection to tbelr publicly discussing the con siderations which moved tbn Hawallans la asklnz to bo annexed to tbe United It would be unwise as well as undiplomatic to talk to tbe newspapers about the progress ot the Recognizing lu Secretary Foster a master lu the art ot the commis sioners bowed respectfully and promised not to tell tho newspaper men a wort ol what might be said within the sacred precincts ot tbe council It was learned this artornoon that tbe com missioners In the morning simply presented their which wero received by Secretary Foster and laid aside for examina tion later In tbe Aside from cautioning tbe commissioners to preserve discreet sllenaa regarding the nego secretary Fosters conversation re ated largely to the lie was ileascdwltb Chairman Thurstons desorlp lon of tho balmy January days be bad left behind in and remarked diplomat eally that bo could very readily understand why tho commissioners wore anxious to flu sh up their business and get bade to so iRhtlul a Tho interview closed wltb an engagement to meet again in iho Tho commissioners received a dozen or moro callers during tho early part at the but at 3 oclock tbey were again at the State Secretary with a degree of punctu ality that marks tho trained was already In bis place at tbe long table ana the discussion at once turned upon the com missioners The Secretary sola 10 bad examined them with some care ana had round them to bo la proper Thoy wore signed by President ot tbe visional and were counter signed by otber Commissioner Thuraton stated to secretary Foster that he and bis colleagues desired to submit a written statement of certain argu ments lu support of Hawaiis application tor annexation to tbe United ana added that they would require very little la which to present tbelr TO AtUlIf NKXT Secretary Foster replied thatbe wouia bo glad to receive any communication he Com aisslonora might care to make and suggested that tbo next conference be beld on next in tbe mean time he he would arrange tor the formal presentation ol tbo commission to the Tula plan was and after a few minutes spent In general tbt Commissioners wuruou to their The commissioners were seen by Tbe World correspondent but declined to make any statement regarding their conference to day except to say that they were ploatwa with Secretary Fosters cordial re ception and by the friendly interiist shown by nimlu object ot their commissioner Wilder saw s Wo do not expect tp thla matter up In a day or a but we aro that your Government will give us an early de Iroiijpt auHou is mgUly Important totalise ot the aiaturbua at affairs PrarWoum qQTew mentis by   

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