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TABIFF BILL CHANGES
THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE
Nameroai Alterations Likely to be Made
-—Metals, Tobacco, Cotton and Woolen
Goods Rates May Shift Somewhat— 1
President Cleveland Confers With
Chairman Wilson and 3Ir. McMillin—
As to Acceptance of the Senate Bill.
Conferring on Tariff Matters.
Washington, July 30.—The Demo
cratic members of the conference
committee on the tariff bill were
prompt in resuming their session to
day. All the members were present
except Chairman Voorhees, whose ab
sence was on account of illness. The
indications are that there will be
numerous changes in the less impor
tant schedules of the bill. These were
agreed upon tentatively in a former
conference, and it is considered im
probable that the basis of agreement
then arrived at will be chanced ma
terially during the present conference.
It is believed that there will be no
material change in the metal sched
ule. When the former conference
broke up the house members were dis
posed to hold out stiffly for consider
able concessions on cutlery and steel
rails. The prospects now are that the
rates cut on nails will be lowered
somewhat, but that the cutlery rate
will not be changed.
The senate conferrees will probably
accept the house rate, SI per pound, on
wrapper tobacco, retaining the senate
phraseology. There will also be some
changes in the woolen schedule, the
most important of which will probably
be in the paragraph relating to cloth
for men's wear. The senate till pro
vides a duty of 40 per cent on articles
of this class of less than 50 cents per
pound value and of 50 per cent on ar
ticles of greater value. The indica
tions are that the rate has been made
45 per cent. A similar change will
probably be made on woolen articles
not especially provided for, but it is
not believed that the rearrangement
will extend to women's and children’s
goods. The house rate on rovings and
tops, 25 per cent, will be accepted.
Cotton cloth and cotton yarns will
probably be reduced to the extent of
about 5 per cent, as will laces and em
broideries, on which the rate will
probably be made 45 instead of 50 per
The house xates on China and earth
enware, which are slightly higher
than those of the senate bill, will be
accepted. The senate probably will
recede from its increase of the to
bacco tax, and it is said to be probable
that there will be a compromise on
the bonded period extension, the tax
being fixed at SI and the bonded
period at five years.
Chairman Wilson arrived from West
Virginia this afternoon, and within a
short time received a message from
the executive mansion requesting his
presence there. He was with the
president for some time until it was
time to go to the capitol for the open
ing of the second tariff conference.
The president's desire to see Mr. Wil
son before the conference opened,
coupled with Speaker Crisp's call at
the White house yesterday and the
president's request of McMillin to
come to the White house last night,
were all accepted in congressional cir
cles as evidence that the president
was willing to let Messrs. Wilson and
McMillin know exactly what his
position was before the informal con
ference was resumed.
When the visit of Mr. Wilson to the
White house became known among
members it was felt on all hands that
a settled policy on the part of the ad
ministration had been agreed on. and
there was intense eagerness to learn
which course it would take. It was
the almost unanimous expression of
members that but two courses were
open in view of the attitude of the
senate, and that the tie vote yester
day, viz: To accept practically the
senate bill or to leave the McKinley
law stand, and expressions were quite
general that as between the senate
bill with such modifications as could
be obtained and the McKinley law,
the president and Mr. Wilson would
reluctantly accept the former and
thus end the legislative panic and
avert the probable failure of all tariff
One member, whose relations with
the president are very close, says
that while he does not speak with au
thority he had no doubt that treat
ment by conference—even though it
be the acceptance of the senate bill
with some modifications—would be
acquiesed in by the president
as the best thing obtainable.
The president's letter to Mr. Wilson,
said this member, had pointed out
clearly what the choice of the presi
dent was. but he had not gone to the
extent of committing himself irrepar
ably against the senate bill.
Death of James Mulligan.
Maynard, Mass., July 30.—James
Mulligan, of ‘'Mulligan letter” fame,
died here this morning. He was born
in 1831 in a little village in the north
of Ireland and came to this country
when he was 15 years old. For a
number of years past he has lived in
Boston where he wss the treasurer of
the Globe theater, but lately removed
A Bank I’resiiient Accused of Wrong.
Chicago, July 30.—Receiver Eli C.
Tourtelot of the defunct Chemical Na
tional bank has filed a court bill charg
ing the ex-president of the institution,
Joseph O. Curry, with gross careless
ness in making loans and wrongfully
converting to his own use large sums.
The bill charges that almost !$30),000
is missing and asks an investigation
and accounting by the court.
A Meteor Falls In California.
San Rafael, Cal., July 30.—At 7:30
o'clock last night what appeared to
be a meteor fell slowly in the sky
near here. The body was large and
luminous. The meteor was observed
from many other places in ibe Central
and Northern parts of the state.
Washington, July 30.—House lead
ers have once more agreed to take up
the Moore-Funston contest case, and
have agreed to dispose of it Wednes
day next. The last delay was oc
casioned by the absence of Funston
From the city.
THE TARIFF MEASURE.
The President Holds a Conference With
Washington, July 30.—A messenger
from the executive mansion reached
the house of representatives half an
hour after the senate had voted to
send the tariff bill back to conference,
with a note for Representative McMil
lin, the ranking house conferree in
the absence of Mr. Wilson, asking him
to call at the White house. This fol
lowing the conference between the
president and Speaker Crisp earlier in
the day, was taken to indicate the
solicitude the president felt on the
outcome of the second conference.
Mr. McMillin declined to talk of his
call on the president.
Messrs. McMillin and Turner are
the only house conferees in town, but
Speaker Crisp lias word that Mr.
Montgomery and Chairman Wilson
would be here to-day. The Democratic
conferees will hold an informal meet
ing to-day, and Senator Jones said
the full conference, including
Republican members, would probably
be called together on Monday. The
general impression about the senate
is that the conference now agreed on
will not be as prolonged as
the former one, as senators are
of the opinion the committee either
will agree on a report within two or
three days after the sittings begin or
within that time to report another
disagreement. The preponderance of
opinion is, however,that there will not
fce another disagreement. In fact, the
Democratic conferrees assert another
disagreement means the defeat of the
The indications all point to the pro
babilit3r that the sugar schedule again
will be the principal point of conten
tion, and that but for the differences
on this point an agreement would be
reached after a very brief sitting.
The Democratic members of the con
ference went through the bill very
carefully during their former sitting
and agreed on a vast amount of the
items in it, so that they will not need
to consider these points again very
full3’. It is probable, however, that
the Republican members of the com
mittee will ask for an explanation of
the many charges, and this action, of
course, would have the effect of de
laying the conference report.
A Temporary Improvement Noted—
Lowest I'rice for Wheat.
New York, July 30.—R. G. Dun &
Co.’s Weekly Review of Trade, which
issues to-daj-, says; “The heavy outgo
of gold, the fall of the treasury re
serve and of the price of wheat to the
lowest point on record and the in
creasing uncertainty about the tariff
have entirely overshadowed other
industries. Business delayed for
months by two great strikes
now crowds the railroads and
swells returns, and gives the impres
sion of a revival in business. But it is
not yet clear how far there is an in
crease in new traffic, distinguished
from that which has been merely
blockaded or deferred. In some
branches there has been more
activity, but in others less, because
events early this week led many
to infer that no change of tariff would
be made. The internal revenue re
ceipts on whisky suddenly dropped
more than half, and sales of wool
greatly increased. But the uncer
tainty is not removed, and much of
the business seems to be in the nature
of insurance against possibilities.
Wheat has found its way to the
lowest depths, and has sold below fif
ty-five cents, making the monthly
average at New York the lowest ever
known. Corn was stronger, with ac
counts of injury to part of the crop,
and the exports are trifling.
For the week failures have been 249
in the United States, against last
year and 39 in Canada, against 23 last
TROOPS NOT WITHDRAWN.
Tlie Pullman Company Not Able to Open
CniCAGO, July 30.—The promise of
the Pullman company to inform the
mayor the date when it would reopen
its works was not kept. General
Counsel Runnels of the company
called upoD the mayor this afternoon
and informed him that the com
pany is still unable to inform
him of the date when work will
resume as the men are not returning
to work as fast as the company would
like to see them do. Mr. Runnells
said the company would resume as
soon as the men were ready to go to
work. It all rested with them. He
hoped to know more on Monday. The
mayor agreed not to withdraw the
troops until after a further confer
ence with Mr. Runnells on Monday.
China Proposes a Settlement.
Rome, July 30.—The following dis
patch has been received from Tokio:
“The Italian minister, acting in con
cert with the Kritish minister, has
presented to the Japanese minister of
foreign affairs the proposals made by
the Chinese looking to a settlement
of affairs in Corea. These proposals
will be considered by the Japanese
government which has reserved its
Trouble Over Indian Lands.
Washington, July 30.—The long
pending proposition to open to settle
ment the Fort, Sill country, the gar
den spot of the Indian territory, goes
to the courts. The house committee
on Indian affairs has reported a bill
to that effect The committee ex
presses the opinion that the question
of the claim of the Choctaws and
Chickasaws to an equity in. this great
region, as well as the lands occupied
by the Wichitas. must be determined
before the opening.
Debs Granted an AppeaL
Chicago, July 30 —President Debs
and the American Kailwav union
leaders have been granted an appeal
to the United States court of appeals
in the chancery proceedings in the
United States circuit court. The ap
peal was granted by Judge Woods at
Indianapolis and the order was re
ceived by mail to-aay. The appeal
will stop proceedings in the circuit
court under the bill tiled July 2 on be
half of the railroads, but it leaves the
injunction in force and does not inter
fere with the contempt proceedings
against Debs and his associates.
Tile citizens Bank ot Kook
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAWS.
Paid Up Capital, - $50,000.
DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Collections Made on all Accessible Points. Drafts Drawn on all
Principal Cities of Europe. Taxes Paid
Tickets for Sale to ai)d froiji Europe.
V. FRANKLIN, President. A. C. EBERT, Cashier.
Correspondents:—The First National Bank, Lincoln, Nebraska. Tha
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McCOOK, -:- NEBRASKA.
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