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   Syracuse Courier, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1893, Syracuse, New York                             ii V 13" Y- n f' 'T Hi K V H .A K M I-? i W V. 1 .S r >je- f I'titij-tiiri. ttf jfls- e- [i.- [L.- P j KEPI, ii iThe Able ic CVQ IT IIV HIS Til HICK CIC.NTS. Jj" and There Are Others BOURGEOISE ANSWERS Wlj, I r4'jix- '.hey established a sjci.il Je taul that he had .1 wiff four children whilo .TulJv has cut Le that Jolly will jjtara'toLia "jiiivT Hveviihti tiinJ to lot-1-: after CtusdiwL'i ia-THE SCENES DESCRIBED. Island uv the liovcrao: fall diiriEs the t wre. the tu theOaveraorsiaJ people uf Several waeadcieuts Were by Cullia. blyruaa. thtir Virr aoJ Ihr  iaterrnpied him persistently during hia ia the Chamber toflny. (IhnrlpF Ijep-epg bsg sppliod to the Court of Assiscs to bare tne trae bill ioand ajAiDE-i him by M. Franqueville on the sroaaj Ihat his effete ia improperly defined therein. He tends that his (iealin.cs with ii. Baihaut did not n case of corrnption by a public ntlietAl aa the true bill states. He also Baihaut of extortion. Tlie Cabinet It was rumored at midnight that the Cabinet had n-Folved to resign aad to recommend to President Garor.t fhat hs ficnmoo M. to forma Inqairy ci authorititive eoarces e'ici'ed neither coanrniBtion aor Talk on the Coup ler, Bu; th-3 Bill is no: the Senate :hri Pre-iuient vUitora to tLt- Nava! AcaJeiuy. Mr. M.irjiaa iatruduci-J u bil! to pro-vi-.le for the i-ri'viiioaal u forci.u'a cuULtrivs mid an-iuirei liy trctity ur i.thc-rwise. waich mi. iu fall referrcil to tlie Coalpit ee Oa of Mr. Hoar it ordered fit 10.-V, o'clock t-nlav the St-Latc. in puriaaaco of the coticurnrut tall cf the  enators thfcu fell into line. and. preceded by tbt-Vice President and his tc-crutury aiid at tended by other officers, includiup Cap tain Bassett, the veterna duyrktejiLT why carried the buii-s coataininj: tht. ccrUQeatea of Eli cturs moved towards the hall of ttie Huiise u The Senate returned to its chamber nt and tbu Vice Presidtint made a Ftatement of tbu volts for Prc-'ineai and Vice President of tbe United States utiti said th-J linnoiiiicenieai ot the vote by the President of thu Senate wan M law a snliicieut declaration that Grovtr Cleveland of the Stuto of N'ew Ttfrk was e eetpil President of tie United States snrl th-it Adl-i E. Sie-.ensoaof theSUic of Illinois was elected Vice Prttideat o: thn United SLites, each fur the ttrm March 4, aud that ibe fact wonld be entered, together withe liit of the vote-i, on the journa! of the Seaatf. A vote was taken on the bill, whica was before the Kenafe when its regular proceedinss were interrnpted, appro-printing for an equestraia Eiutne to ilajor General John Stait. in the city of .Macchester. H-. and tbe bill was parsed -yeaa 3'J, nays 7. The votes were given by Me5fir.-. Berry, Cockrell. Coke, Harris, Hanton, ana Pefler. Tho Senate then resumed consideration of the Railroad Coapler bill, ilr. Pefier toot ezeeptioa to pome remarks made ysterdav hy -Mr. Wolcntt, ratlectins, as Air. Pefier thonirhl.oa the farnjeraandworkiEcmen of the country. These classes.be laid, had been trampled apon by the railroad corpora. Lions, and were crying to Congress to lake hold of tbe subject and to compel rteptct to the pabllc will. Ife hoped that tLe bill would pass, no matter how ouch it cost the railroad companies. Ha bad no qaalms of coaEcieace on that point. 3Ir. 3IorKaa offered an ameadaent renuirins; tho Attoraev General to ia-fciitnte judicial proceedfass in tha Sa-jreuio Court of the District of Columbia, condemaiuff the patent for tho device which may be the owners of the patent to bo afforded jast com-lensation. Mr. Gorman took np the taunts indulged in yesterday by Mr. Chandler apninst the Democrats ia tne Senate for rot supporting the pending EtOEare. wfaj ;h Lsd bt-ea fivofed in the platform of the National ilr. lijat lie di-3 cut tivn at r :iv IsJaml. was tiie for fall whti :ho iiroMpily anil ii a Wiilwui XieoJl. who fj-.ilhr-.vith Fire Iilaoil property, sai-i tLst LU opinion tht; property ?old tit jiuv. fc-raor Jor >ili'.U c) was worth QuJL'k-i' fdiii that its laser tijcu, probiMvinort'. He tboiiiiht ilr. >ammJ3 sai'iit nmke eomtj return, so that the Sute might not lose to much taoasy. Several against the of a quarantine there. representative from .Saffjik Conntv tliousiht tLtre shonid be u Diovi-iou iu'-perted io tbe effect that" tbe island should nol btf used fortjuaraatiae par-i'rofessar Collia said if it eboald be-comR nbsoluiely aei-essary to a ptation thtre the State sbenld have a riijht tono so. He did aot think i become rt'cessiry. In esecative session the committee decided to 'ay the bill over for another week; BXJOV U-i'.sr '.lie "Sinister of the 'tr- niMlinri vf llic IK-i-Dtc.! Sr. A letter hi? rtH'eivvd here from Joaa F. Colbarn" Miu-eier of the Interior of Hawaii, in whioh he outlines the of the wrter. 'the lottc-r :s a-jdrcied tw J. 11. of f his city, wifo 15 aa aunt of Hr. Cjlbuiii. In hi? letter Mr. Gol- mrn describes tlio leadius' io the formation of thu Provisional Govern- ment und the abandonment by the Qaeen of the proposed new Constitution, "At tbe Siime time we issued a proclamation and scattered it all over towa and delivered it to tha diplomatic that the Qneen had the idea, one nad all in accept tho assurance in the proclamation by the Queen and Cabinet. This (reform) partv was not satisfied with this but they with the as-istnace of tho American Minister, and the troops of the U. S. S, Boston ealisled a nnmbcr of men to the evfent uf Concert n[ the Home or Ibc Ccnliiry riot, tvenlns-The musical entertainment r.t tiie Century 'Oyclias Club last evening was very iine aad enjoyed by a terse parlv TfceLaola Gaidar Ckb were prefect and pavi-poaie 'osao tifnl Eeleciions. The members of th sre: Fred L. Taruer, mqndoMu John Gcltlie. Nortbtnp uanjo; Fred Shaw, gaitar, and Kdw.ird otanford, mandolin. The Aeolian Qaartet of ibis city ron Kisiias of Frsohlia Wallace, first tenor (T. Aioert Knapp. second tenon Citarle. H. Franklyu first bass, and X J. second bass, saaj; Eeveral selections. This quartet Is aa excellent one and they have been trivias coaceria ia the neitihboriaE towns daring the win-er. where they have been wellreecived. An athletic entertainment was given after the mu.sical for tbo benefit of tbe oinb meaibers. During tho refreshments were served and a roya! tine time was unjoj-ed by all. It is es-pei-ted that the ueit ealertainment wili lie, n. card and- dancing partv. This variety of program makes the weekly mnch credit is due Hurry A. Spencer for his efforts this line. SIINATOR and declared by proclamation a provisional Go veramsni? contra ry to tho Constitatioa now in force and contrary to the rights of a hundred thousand people, the population of this country. The_ Cabinet aoiiSed tbe pened, and aiked him to assist This duly inthorized Government to suppress his revolt, or if be did not want QUO tint tboa to remove the [Jcittid States on board tha Boston aad we. ILe tiovercmeat, could do it TVben we told him we had TOO men rmder arms and were equal to tho itnation. his reply was tbat he ac-inowledired the nrovihioual povera-nent and woold suprwrt it. We. tie government, came io the con-: u5ion, as we did not wish, to :ome into conflict with iho Jnited States troops, to yield under protest. The Qneen and her cabinet arb t present removed unner protest, nhearins before the United Slates." The letter fans torn forwarded to 'resident Harrison hy Mr. Ganz who n his letter "I rcspectlnlly sabmit tlie letter rom John F. Colburn, Minister f the Interior. T feel assurance hit Sistcs -Kill net ie instramental in overthrowing the Government of a inoffcesivo leople their wbbes. Sach a ;ph-hsaded audertakinp will be re-oltinc: to every patriot teatiment that ctnatt-s her citizens in tbcir interronrso rith othera. A IOTO of liberty. bumaDi-v acd jaiticii is inborn, and it will ba mpc-s'.ib.'B for them to upheld intrigue, ascsilHy and usurpatioa by a few for ieir own personal iaterest-S and ipran-izement." SENATORIAL y TRUCKLES. of Hrlcnilicr Cieo-cml Conferred en Him. Atsisr. Feb. James of the Hiirr-Dinth wtw to Albany today to see Gov-iraor Flower. Other oEcers of tbe iiity-sislh btoa rtiiiicait-J lt> }m lercat tbe same about o'elock jolonel Cavanaogh and hU associates were condncted to tbe Eiecutive man-sioa by Adjutant General Porter, ['hose la the parly sere Adjutant Sencral Porter, Ajeisiacl General Philter. Colonel James "Cava-nau-h. Edwara DuiTy. Captain D. C. McCarthy, Adjnbai John Mar-phyand Lientenant Patrick Farrelly After they bad ttie Governor helailer, boldin-in his hands a roll of white papsr tied with jrreen ribbyo. topped forward aad addressed Tplonel speskins ia the iiffheit of bis record and Otedbyconftmasonhiai the brevel cmiausioa of peaeral. Jo onel Cavanauah was mach overcome >y the covprnor'fl remarks and briefly and with mnch feeHnir. Sefore ho had finished hia remnrks he >roke down completelv, and the nov-roor relieved hjs hy :akins hirr. _nnd bis military associates .uto tbtf >oi Bel nay CDndilian .11 Arise-. _ WA-VdLviiio.v. Ffc'n. Vesieriiay ilr. ibe leading Democratic member of tbe Foreign held a shore conference with Secretary of State Foster and tbe bill introduced by Mr. Monraa this ui'jra-IDE is the probable outcoiae of that conference. Mr. Morgan is uti enthaMtis-tic it will be seen that in bis measure he provides not only for Hawaii, bat any similar condition that may arise in tho fntnre. The full of the bill is as That whenever the United Sistes EnalJ aC'jiiire dominion over any foreign country or place, bv treaty nr ancefa-t'ca or otfcerwise. the President of the United States, with the advice an-i of tlifl Senate, may appoint a Governor for the same and a live co-aacii to conast of say numlier of jrerooas, not less than five nor more than 2-5. whose acts shall be subject to revision or repeal by Conzress; anil the treaty of oaaeiation or cession shall otherwise provide, f-aid Governor .nd cooncil shall constirut" and conduct all provisional sovcramont for such coaalry or place until Congress bhall utherwite provide Jlontnnn .Satnlcri] Ncnlt Oolj Tn-a to Elrrr film. HKLEXA, .Mont.. Peb. Ouc Demo-rat. Tierney, today voted for Sanders, iepnblican, oa joint ballot for Senator. "he voto stood: Saudtits :j3. Clark 21, Jisoa Sanders now ueedd only two otes to elect. Adjourned until locior-ow. Wyo.. enatorial ballot WUH- A. L New 11 .W.Downey 21, W. U. Holliday 7 R. W. Baiter '2, M. Ilrown R battcrtoa 1. George T Beck 1. .So boice. OLTJ-TU. Wash.. Feb. The fifty-jird and fifty-fourth Milote for United taies Senator taken today rf-snlwd as ollos-s: Allen 47. Turner -J'J. 'J7. scattering 20. No choice. Stylish Prince Albert. Cutaway anil .M.I. party abaudaatly able to ake" care of iUelf. It mipbt have divisions on minor questions, bat it wonid carry out its pledges TO the >eople in its own way and ia its owa ime. without cuy reaard to whether or cot tbe Stnator from Xew Hampshire wa.i hnmiliated nnd tboclied. It was me that both in canveatioa assembled ia tbe ycir ItW, had adopted esolntions favoring this class of lecis-atioD. bnt the Senator froia Ntv lampsbire hiwl not correctly quoted ho resolution of the Democratiz That fa.oreJ leiris-ation oa the subject by the Suites, not >y Coucress. Mr. Chandler said that his quotation from the caEapftim book of tbe party, and :VJr. hat be qaoted Iron Md'hersoa's Hand Jook of Politics, which he was Correct. If thia bill became law tbe nOnence which were behind it wosld aafee themselves felt tt fnlnre party Mr. G-eonre opp03ed tho bill becisse t woald place tbs railroad corapwies at he mercy of tbs owzers of tbe patented levice which f.hoald who nieht either refaio to permit its or eisci or its Mr. Do3ph of more-I tD smcnd isr. .ilorzan's aaeadraeat by andins to t that BO common cwrier sa-fel" aad mads by biw for aflroa-i of aartcle after coaJescaiioa, at s m> FACI; Xr. for ihc A-ftmbl.i In Keplr io -llr. AOTAST. Feb. In the Assembly day Mr. McManns moved to the Cities Camrnitiea from further coa-sideratioa of his bill establishing an evening scaool for the boys in the Tweaty second ward, New York city. Mr. rich said every member was entitled to have his corce before House, bat Webster bad intimated ihatbewoald not allow tbese bills of to cet out of tbe committee. He thoncht the Cleveland men oachl to be beard. Mr. -We all nscn. Mr. J'ish- If I read the Democratic newspapers men are tc ins re-raoved from their placsa in this very city for 20 other reason than thnv sere for Cleveland. tee WSH cazried: ayes 70. aoes THY TUB noi.o nf nival HfpohllroQ Fnrrioni llnte Feb. Cannon and ritaie beaator 3icon had a personal encounter in the obby of the Lsliad Hotel which resulted ia painful but no; serious in-ury to tbe Congressman's cose and ace. Cannon feifto the floor from the ilows whicb were rained upon him. while the Senator- who if insny years he jnnior ami has of n reputation aa aa athlete, cs-caperl witbonfc a scratch. Each of the charged the other with tcinr: Cannon and Ea-oa have for years been leaders of rival actions ia tbs Ptopablicaa r'aiticllc Flceri for Cantempt of Conn Sinnri] fur BlnKbRTnion Yolrrdnj. Fflthsr who was at one ,ime a Catholic priest at East SyiBcnge. jut who ia noar residing at Norwich. county, was arrested yeatcr-day moramfr by Deputy Sheriff Ho-e iaj: fur coulempt of coart ia aot sp-peariai: in supplementary proceedinss and esplainiDR why be shoald aot pay a udKEtat of -iT.'i. Jndso Nortbrap onbiin_afino of SK, Tho Sac was hr Fatder Kennedy npoa the that Father McGainess wonld zo to Hin am I on and take tho KecIoT Tkf: i-risoLer was ace and t-ook the train for in mind that tbe mort boyo' clothing in tho Slale is at Palmer's. .Merlins of Kfctais. ALHAVT. Tee of tbs State University will meet beie loiiior. rowaftcraooa at o'clock to consider accnmnlated badness, an ap-plicatioa for a ccarter for Sanimer Scaool (of Anerica." which will be oa of Caara-sion of the school commences In the .Mstirr orTaxatiou. ALBANY, Feb. Tbe Staatc CVTZ-ailtee on Taiatioa wili report favora-ly Senator Parson's bill proridinc thaV n counties where tiie re-fcive a Hilary, the collateral inberitanco TO 3 want on rr _fractioa of its real worlh no Vote With thr Lnrroi.v. Neb., Feb. Allen. Itcit-d Uaittd SLjlw "tilt-ray, left for bis bome today. In hs iLtimated that he woald'vote with the Democrats in iba I the Best Seaite. He EaT.itbatbia -ie-soa the liriiT in lino with h-te of n.-.Atr bat thai he iiTere-d the President-eject oa the jfuetsry qnestion, aad that Le fivored ce frte of and Mr. Koesca's, exemptincr oa '.is j-rop-rty or tho .Vew ork Poit GrsdnaSo Feb. x-Tha pproprialicn biii as agreed upon by :e 03 Xav.il ArTairs carries a ia round nnmbera The -c carrcat year is Ior year wi-ro There is ro CoT.T'KErft, O.. Fftb. oI_SLs Fosrat 1311 dis-eld, 0. They aiie3 pay for TH IK I CL.N K for tbe .Vnral Ar.r.iN-v, Feb. Adjataat General j aa order tsdiy in which asd enlisted of the .Va.al Dilitfa of his Tno uniform tit Jilre ifaat of tte Uiited Navy. __ _. be jaiy ia tbe of W. -Tardsor. 02 for a verdict of alter bi-in-; coara aad a In Name Rut >-B( In Pfr.on. In a police item in a recent ijsne there .-as an fiwoactofa quarrel Vttwcea 'Jichaol Sallivaa aail his wife Mary, sat-a rcie -Michael Sal-ivan of Siill-vaa strec-t, who is a citizen want it istirclly irtdi-rfiooii tbat ho act IriM nrcnll. IVjr.rr., i'cb. -.-SfcTcrnl li-btjy haUt nonfi-s is Province of coiJap-'t-d today during a tnit ce ca5 io Warrnkt. -Toha Chasdron, a j iy as3 sjTjc-d for a warr.iai for IJC-HX a CliL-rot. c ihii fcfi Jolly wfere c that they over Xsw Tors. Tork. Ont.. Feb. a-d c to row t ow for thi of cd I.OfO a at Toronto oa July 52   

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