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TI1E ALLIANCE -IiN DEPENDENT.
AUGUST 3, lb93
THE SILVER HOSTS.
THEY GATHER IN CHICAGO
I FROM ALL SECTIONS'
THE CONTENTION Wlim BIG OliE
Frtaada a tha White Metal Balleve the
hherasaa Law Will B Kepaaled,
bat elteve Frea Coinage WUl
HU la tha fcebatltute aad
the Ratio to H FUe Be
ttraea SUvar aa4 Gold.
Chicago, July 31 Silver does not
exactly tinkle ererywhere, but it talks
in all the hotels, in the club houses of
the Western states, on Michigan bou
levard, on the lake front and on the
incoming' trains. Many of the dele
gates to the convention, which will
begin to-morrow, and other advocates
of free coinage, are arriving in droves
and repair immediately to the hotels
where their states have established
headquarters, or to the Colorado,
Montana and California club houses.
Nearly all the delegates from the
Western states deplore the revolution
ary utterances of Governor Waite aud
other Colorado speakers and are
strongly opposed to any revolutionary
or demagogic baranguea. They want
sober, calm deliberation and declare
that rabid talk will be cried down.
The general tone is hopeful. Most of
them believe that the purchasing
clause of the Sherman bill will be re
pealed, but think that the great con
test and ultimate victory for the free
coinage people will come about over
the substitute and the tatio to be es
tablished between gold and silver.
There is a fight developing among
the delegates over the question of the
permanent chairmanship. The Eastern
people do not favor a far Western
chairman becauso they say an
impression will go forth that the
convention will be managed in the in
terest of Western mine owners and the
Western people think an Eastern man
may not Ve radical enough and may
be tinctured with what they term the
gold virus of the East ,r The Col
orado extremists ' will advocate the
election of Governor Waite, but he
has few adherents outside his own
tat. If it goes to a V'estern man,
Senator Stewart of Nevada will proba-
Jly win the prize, but he will have a
ougnty , opponent in General A. J.'
Warner, whom many of the Eastern
and Southern delegates will support
Carl Drown of California, organizer
of the ' industrial league, addressed a
nieetlng on the lake front yesterday
afternoon, Illustrating nts lecture
with a panorama, lie wore a heavy
leather coat, with a fringe of the same
material all around it His feet and
legs were incased in a pair of leather
boots. lie explained to his auditors
that his coat was the only article in
ihe country upon which there was no
tariff. After an Immense crowd had
gathered, he began by declaring that
the silver question was the root of all
evil and incidentally the cause of the
late war. In support of his argument
he displayed the first of his series of
Fianoramio views, which represented
'Sbylock" Rothschild seated on the
English isle, surrounded by big bags
of gold, which he offered to loan
to the United States. From this he
traced the course of human happiness
to its culmination when free coinage
of silver should have been reached.
During the course of his remarks, he
happened to mention the name of
John Sherman, and cried: "If John
Sherman is a statesman and a patriot,
then Benedict Arnold is a saint in
VIEWS OP COLORADO LEADERS.
Governor Waite, ex-Governor John
I Boutt, ex-Senator N. P. Hill, Con
gressmen Bell and Fence, State Sen
ators Armstrong, Newman and
Wheeler, Colonel J. ll. Piatt, Senator
Henry M. Teller, Colonel Archie G
Fisk, president of the Pan-American
bimetallic league, G. G. Merrick,
president of the Colorado Silver league,
Charles S. Thomas, G. II Hoklen,
Johji D. Vaughan and other Coloradans
arrived here this morning.
Ex-Senator UU1 said: "We are go
ing to this convention as thoughtful
men. To repeal the Sherman law
will be utter ruin unless some substi
tute Is adopted, and I believe that
President Cleveland will veto . any
measure that congress may adopt In
the war of a substitute. We are go
ing to ask for a ratio of sixteen to one
amlbelleve that Is lair."
John CooUyir., who Is chairman of
the delegation, was rather more con
rvUv than Senator lllil. "We are
here, not as anarchists," he said, "but
simplv as men asking for what Is
right and hoping to get it through
reasonable presentation of our ease.
I do not think Cleveland will vote the
act we ask for, as he is coming to
understand that the country must
have money. 1 believe congress will
first repeal the Sherman law and then
rive us free silver. Our fight Is not
for gain, but for our wives and chil
dren and homes," 1
Colonel James It. Piatt, whose aW
tack on Senator Sherman called forth
such a spirttea reply irom me senator,
said the delegates were looking only
for lustlc. lie thought the Sherman
lsw could be repealed and free coinage
Uovernor Waite said that If cob
grcss should repeal the prent law
without giving a better one, it wouia
kill Colorado. He armed that Col
orado's industries wereTnterdepeadfat
and to erittttle ou woald srli'ia all.
He (nit eoandent the ouUhmu would
be to Colorado's benefit.
H.A of t coat
A strong attempt U to be first made
to MBit all the different element ef
the evatlun lata on lloe ef aelU
rvgardl of past political aftiltatkta
and IVpaiists. Ifuwim ana i
IU-shs will b W. to furgei U t a
tint tHatr rarliuMr ef tit pt In
th rooilajr sUtttftl M Ire ailr.
It 1 alrvaUv eetUitt that la rewlu
Hons to ! .LiWmI and tkt ! W
seat to ttaMr.ift'Hi ut b in ,!
Mm. t th re pl f to hr law
nal a nsw law prvvaiinir ir
treats volant of lruilf .dm
great stress cn the opinion of the Col
orado attorney general declaring the
right of a state to rstsbiinh statutory
depositories for sliver bullion and to
Imu deposit certificates to be receiva
ble by the state in payment of state
taxes and by the citizen at his option
in payment of legal debt. This is re
garded as a unique means of increas
ing the volume of currency and may
be recommended to the silver pro
The great efforts of the convention,
however, will be directed to influenc
ing congress, and an appeal will be
made to the unemployed everywhere
to call mas meetings and demand of
congress such legislation as will in
crease the volume of money and reduce
the financial stringency.
The Alabama delegation came in
this morning. A conspicuous figure
was Caotain R. F. Kolb, called "Gov
ernor" by his friends, because, as they
insist, he was legally elected by the
Populist last year, and counted ont
by the Democrats.
WILL BE MOMENTOUS.
Tha rifht Oa tba Bapaal of tba Ohar
maa Law Will B Vary Hard Oa.
Washington, July 31. That the
Sherman law will be repealed at the
coming extra session of ' congress
scarcely anyone believes. The fight
will be momentous, that is conceded
on all sides. It is said that there are
Protectionist who pose as Democrat
who will not hesitate to give aid to
silver men . from Republican states,
Jirovided that later those Republicans
oln in protecting interest in which
those Democrats will be much con
cerned when tariff reform legislation
shall be attempted.
The fight will be bitter. The ac
tion of the house cannot even be re
garded as final, for in the senate clo
ture cannot be applied. There will be
no change in the rules in that respect
When the Democratic senators fought
the force bill in fighting cloture they
had the constant aid of Republican
Western senators, who now battle for
free silver, or at least against uncon
ditional repeal of the Sherman law.
Now, t' Peaiocrata will repay past
Sena Stet Nevada, who is
looked upon as the free silver leader,
was here yesterday, but left to at
tend the silver congress at Chicago.
Mr. Stewart, who has been famous in
the past for his speeches on silver.gives
the assurance that there will be no
attempt to filibuster by either him
self or his associates in the senate,
they having concluded that a policy
of delay would be unwise. He holds
that tariff legislation, and not silver
action, is what is needed by the coun
try, and declares that the next six
months will show the truth of this.
SENATOR VANCE'S POSITION.
ays the Chleage Platform Promised the
Country Pre Coinage.
Raleigh, N. ' C, July 81. -Senator
Vance last week wrote a letter to tha
Farmers' Alliance, in which, in reply
to a qu estion a to his position on the
silver law, he said that he was unal
terably opposed to the repeal of the
Sherman act unless some substi
tute was Js'.ivlded. He was severely
criticises.' for the tone of his
letter, and now he replies in another
letter,' saying; "The charge that a
Democrat Is at variance with his party
who refuses to favor unconditional re
peal of the Sherman law depends on
what the party Jaw aowu in tne plat
form at Chicago. If promises and
pledges amount to anything the
Chicago platform demands tne
repeal of the law as an obstruc
tion to the free coinage of silver. The
obvious meaning is, if the law was out
of the way we could have free coin
age. That is one of the things I pro
pose to put in place of the Mieruian
aw and 1 propose to vote against re
peal unless that can be done. If my
party Is opposed to that then the ut
terances at Chicago were intended to
deceive. If it was sincere then I am
trying to stand on the platform."
Chicago Banks Baying British Gold.
Cuicaoo, July 31. Chicago banks,
after waiting in vain for New York to
do something to keep exchange on its
normal basis, decided to buy up for
eign exchange offerings here and im
port gold and to take cash wheat off
the hands of holders and export it.
In accordance with this plan the First
National bank to-day engaged $.100,
000 in gold for importation. Two
other banks have ordered smaller
New York, July 31. New York last
week imported $1,753,883 in gold.
About S ',000,000 are on the way from
London and there were reports of
a.Ynnn,noo engaged In Tendon to-day.
Ihe First National bank of Chicago
to-day engaged foOO.OUO In gold in
London for direct shipment. London
cables say that el0,000,000 In gold will
be shipped to this country in the next
Hatehtaaoa Haafe ta Kaapaa.
Washington, July 31. President A,
8. Luak and Vice President John
Chapman of th Hutchinson National
bank called utxm Coiuntrolier hckels
tut afternoon ana tnorougaiy satis
fied him that the bank was In good
shape. He then author!! the re
opening of th Una next Monday.
aselllaf Watk Will Mat fl.
Omaha, Neb., July SK Th Omaha
and Grant smelting work will run
full blast In every portion during
August, though th pro)Hllloa to
smelt on commtaalon ha o been
actodvpo- Th work will eontiuu
tr the present 1 1 buy or outright
rUtl4' alaa Staa AmIim.
hraiveristrs Ma, July 31. Th
KpriagSeM having bank elg4
thl RMiraing. It has a vaplUl Uw
of f .'J,io and daiMMil of about 1100,
0t It U salveat and will pay out la
ttttMHiU Itaaa I ,
WAtHUuros, July IL Cwwptraller
Fkl V rvilv4 ft pplwtUn
from th vIKivit tt th pad4
aattoaal bank at iurvuavni, m,
to prtll thsttt to ta'e a
aaela ! Afa'aat Kek
ImwJ, N. Y,, July ll.-Nat
Jam I- rug ci AUWata, il Ut
aUht that ha was nrraet to lb n
vkUUvJ tpl ttf th hvf ta law,
THE LENGTH OF ENGAGEMENT
t Tear ! T ; V4rr A ay Or
eaaaataaece. The fashion which announces an en
gagement one week and issues invita
tions for the wedding the next is not
always the safest and best plan after
all, even though it has been recog
nized by the leaders in the gay world
and is therefore followed by the hosts
of imitators ever ready to fellow in
the footsteps of the favorites of for
tune. It may be old-fashioned to argue in
favor of at least a twelve-months' en
gagement, yet it is far more practical
than the short time that is now con
sidered to be the correct thing. How
can a eouple understand each other's
tastes and temper in a fortnight or a
month? What time have they to study
themselves and discover before it is
too late that they are not suited to
each other, and if the engagement
were to end in marriage dire unhappi
ness would be the result?
How can a woman accumulate all
the hundred and one little pretty
things that do so much toward mak
ing home lovely and which need hours
of hard work to prepare if she step
from the school-room to the altar
with only a long enough interval be
tween to get her trousseau ready?
The short engagement is not to be
commended, neither is it opposite, the
long, weary years of waiting, one
whit better, but the happy mean, the
year of acquaintanceship, is certainly
little enough time for that blissful
period of happiness that is never
HE WAS SCARED.
A Banana DeaW rinds Boa la a Big
Buooh ef Fruit.
A curiosity iu the line of a snake is
to be seen at a Minneapolis news
stand. It is a boa constrictor, and
came from South America with a
cargo of bananas. The snake is three
feet long and about four inches in
greatest circumference. On its long
journey it was kept comatose in a re
frigerator, but hardly had it been un
loaded when Minnesota' sun v n
to thaw it out A fruit vender o. e
city was marching out of th. tt-ee
with the bunch of bananas ..-ng
over his shoulder, when a by
stander called out to him. The man
turned about and saw the snake on a
level with his eyes, looking at him as
though won b i ng what next was to
be expec' . The banana were
drop rt, r... .. the vender's optics fairly
bulfe.i --it of bis head. He might
poss. v Uav heard of finding taran
tulas in a bunch of bananas, but a boa
constrictor was too much. The snake
was fed that day for the first time af
ter his five weeks' fast A mouse was
dropped into his box. He wound him
self about his victim and squeezed the
life out of it, and then swallowed it
'a A Spider's Strength.
The strength of some of the spiders
which build their webs in trees and
other places in and around Santa Ana,
Central America is astonishing. On
of them had in captivity in a tree
there not long ago a wild canary.
The ends of the wings, the tail, the
feet of the bird were bound together
by some sticky substance, to which
were attached the threads of the
plder, which was slowly but surely
drawing np the bird by an ingenious
pully arrangement The bird hung
head downward and was so securely
bound with little threads that it could
pot struggle, and would have soon
been a prey to its great, ugly captor
if it had not been rescued by an on
Curloe About Unman Hair.
The study of the hair upon human
species offers an extensive field for in
quiry, and one which presents many
unsolved problems of the first order of
importance. Why man, as a species,
should present the kind and the
amount of hair which ha does is
variously explained, and the differ
ence between the varieties of the hu
man race are so great in this respect
that one of the most popular subdi
visions of species is founded upon it
That the human family have the
longest hair of any species of animal
is a well-known fact but why they
lost It over most of the body is a sub
ject for much curious conjecture and
Tha Little Ah Sid.
In one of the Sunday schools at
Olympia is a little Chinese boy who
takes great Interest in the proceed
ings. When impressed with the pro
priety of bringing a nickel to put In
the contribution box, ha promptly re
sponded; but, as he parted with it, h
asked: "Whatfo'f Th teacher re-
plied: "It's for Jesus, my dear," The
second Sunday the same question and
the same answer. Th third Sunday
the same; but now th little Celestial'
eyes opened with earnestness, as b
further aaked; "Jesu alius bloke?"
Th reply of th teacher la not
Itaata ef Hethe SJtlBtM.
Mother Shtptoa la deadi at any rat
th rsl author of her famous prophe
rl Is an more, la othvr word, th
book-selling world has to deplor th
loa of Chart UmdUy, who bpg -u
coafM4 U th Innocent lnptttrA
II wrt a fvHl daal ta n 'af or
another, parti to th prn4 partly
ta tuk but Mthr Mhtpto m hi
vt famous ahWvwl II dl4 at
HrLrhlun. fen land, waar a d to
er on th bal ef WkUer.
A Maeaee twtatav
Auwnf th Mm th eurtous m
low vsuitvt t rvrluf th lbow
kttat t th tft arm a a f of upr
htly. Th vhttdre mi both ss
ar trU4 t rr t!ulr iWw In
this H-re') and falaful UUa at
an early It tawtf prt b pr-
vf high grade.
A NEW mMu
A BEXaBZABLE affidavit made
BY A WELL ISO WN BCELBEE8 MaH
Afflicted With Locomotor Ataxia for Fif
teen Yean Did Not Walk a Sup for
fiv Years Was Given Up by th
Leading Physician of New York
City and Discharged from the
Manhattan Hospital ss
(From the New York Tribune.)
For some time there has been an in
creasing number of stories published
in the newspapers of New York City,
telling of marvelous cores cf various
diseases that have been made by differ
ent medicines and treatments. It has
long been tbe intention of the Tribune
to investigate one of the most interest
ing cases that could be found and give
the truth to the world as a matter of
news. ' Happening on the case of Geo.
L'Hommedlu, the other day an investi
gation wss made with the following
very happy result:
When the reporter called on Mr.
L'Hommedieu at the residence of his
cousin, Mr. Edward Houghtallng, 271
W. 134th St., he said: "lam 51 years
of age and was born in Hudson, N. Y.
I served my time in the army, being
corporal of Company A, 21st N. J. Vo
nnteers. It has been about fifteen years
since I noticed the first symptoms of
my disease. I consulted Dr. Allen of
Yorkville, and also Dr. Pratt, since
deceased. Dr. Pratt exhausted his
powers in my behalf and finally told me
that he could do nothing more for me.
"Finally I was advised by Dr. Gill to
go to the well-known scientist, Dr.
Hamilton. He gave me a thorough
examination and did me no good. I
felt I was growing weaker every day,
and went to tbe Manhattan Hospital, at
41st St. and Park Ave., and was under
treatment by Dr. Seguln. He treated
me for about three months, and then,
told me that I had locomotor ataxia and
was beyond the aid of medical science.
I was now a complete physical wreck;
all power, feeling and color bad left my
legs, and it was Impossible for me to
feel the most severe pinch or even th
thrust of a needle.
"If my skin was scratched there
would be no flow of blood whatever,
and it would take It full six weeks to
heal up. In the night I would have to
feel around to find my legs. My pains
were excruciating and at times almost
unbearable. I would take large deses
of ' morphine to . deaden the pains.
About five years ago Dr. .Lewis A.
Sayre of 285 5th Ave., made a trial of
tbe French method of stretching the
spine. Although I received no benefit
from this treatment 1 shall always feel
grateful to Dr. Sayre for his great in
terest and kindness.
"So severe had mv case become bv
this time that I could not walk without
assistance, and was almost ready to
give up life.
"I began the use of Fink Pills for
Pale People in September last. I took
them rather Irregularly at first with
the cold water treatment. In a very
short time I was convinced that I was
getting better and 1 began tbe use of
tbe pills in earnest, taking about one
box every five days.
"The first sign of improvement was
in November, 1892, when I had a rush
of blood to the head and feet causing a
stinging and prickling sensation, t eb
tuary 22d, 1893, was the first time in
five years I had ever seen any sign of
blood in my feet. From this time on
I began to Improve. My strength and
SDDttite have sradually returned;
now have perfeot control of my bowels,
and the pains have srraduaiiy left me.
I can sit and write by tbe hour and
walk up stairs by balancing myself with
my hands. Without doubt I am a new
man from the trround up, and have
every reason to believe that I will be
hale and hearty in less than six months
I have taken about 12 boxes of pilU."
Sworn to before me this EJeventh day
of March, 1893. ll. K. Melville,
Commissioner of Deeds,
seal. New York City.
The reporter next called on Mr.
Robert W. Smith, a member of the firm !
of Marchal & Smith, who said:
"1 have known Mr. Geo. L'Homme
dieu for twenty years. He became
cimnected with our firm as secretary in
1879. and attended strictly to his office
duties until 1881, when he was stricken
down with his trouble. As the disease
advanced he was obliged to succumb
and reluctantly gave up his office work
I know that be tried various physicians
and their treatments without the least
success, and, as he states, he was finally
discharged from tbe Manhattan Hos
pital, and told that he was ;in the last
stages of locomotor ataxia and was be
yond the hope or human aid. adoui six
months ago, or so, he wss advised to
try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale
reopie, with tne coin water treatment.
The latttlme I saw Mr. L'Hommedieu
he had gained the use of his limb to
such an extent that he could walk up
stairs with the help of his wife, aad is
now doing much Important work for us
at his home. Hobt. W. Smith,"
Sworn to and sut scribed before me
this Eleventh day of March, 1893.
ISEALl W. U.WOODIIOIX,
Notary Public New York County.
An analysis ef Dr. Williams' link pill
show that they contain, in a eondenaed
form, all th elements necesary to give
new III and richness to the blood and
relor shattered nerve. They are an
unfalllnf speclflo for such disease as
lvmoUr ataxia, partial paralysis, St
Vitus' daaoo. soiatica, neuralgia, rho
matlsai, nervous headache, too alter
effects of la grippe, palpitation of th
heart, pal and sallow completions, ana
and all forms of weakness either ta
mat or female. Pink pills ar sold by
alt dtalor. liO t ent a box they ar
evt-r so 4 a bulk or bv th iou by a
dreastnf lr. Williams' Mvdieln Vo.
Sohn U4f, New Ywk, or IlrockiUl.
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Mr caught aulj of a e!rk ana
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trua aa4 taa fra lhfia Krml
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Half Rats) lummtf liourslona to
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