Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 11, 1886, Image 1
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE. i n FIFTEENTH YEAR , OMAHA , THURSDAY MOIINENG , FEBRUARY 11. 1880. NUMBER 201. BOWED WITH SORROW Veterans Gathered for Merriment Make the Meeting Ono of Mourning. TRIBUTES TO GEN. HANCOCK .Ex-President Hayes and Gen. Sherman Pay Homage to His Worth , THE LOYAL LEGION MEETING. ItosolnJ Ions of Condolence Passed mid iuloflcH ; by Other Veterans Preparations for the I'uncrnl War Department Older. From Merriment to Mourning. fisriNNATi , Ohio , Fd > . 10. Tlio dcith of ( jcncial Haneock changed thoannal meeting of the Ohio comm.indcry of the milltaiy order of the Lojal Legion liom an occasion of jojful leiiinon to ono of mourning. At the business meeting General Shoiman and General Lew Wallace applied foi member ship , and under suspension ot the inles vvcic Immediately elected and Invested amid ap plause. Aflct a special rccepllon for Mrs. llnjcs had been held and a supper enjoyed , cx-Picildent It. H. Hayes delivered an ad dress , of which llio tollowlng la the sub stance : , COMPANIONS AND LADIHS AM > Gr.N- f TI.IVIIN ; : The third annual festival ol the Ohio commnndery ot the Lojal Legion Is suddenly and sadly changed. % The meeting which was to have been n Jojous social and fratcinal icnulon of old comrades of Iho war has become a memoi ial HOI vice in honor of the beloved commandci in chief of the Loyal Legion. In tin presence of many who haveseived on mosl Intimate teimsifh Gcneial Hancock during long jeais ol trjlng duty , I shall not atlemui a full sketch of his life , services and charac ter. i had not the privilege ofan ninij acquaintance w lib htm , but was somnvvhal ntlmatc. Ho was my commander only dining Iho last two weeks ol Hie active wort ot the war. I cannot be mistaken as to tin substantial and sterling elements of hi : haractor. If wo make up our estimate of r public man conspicuous both as a soldier am In the aflatis of stale , and think lli.stam chiefly ot his manhood , his Intcgilty , hi : purity , his singleness of purpose ana mi bollish devotion to duty , w o can say truth liilly ot Hancock that he was thiough am thioughpincgohl. Hispicsencehis inestlgc his name , liayo given lo this soldleis' oigani /atlon , wo knew not how much ot its pies pei it ) , its interest and Its Influence. Hi1 commanding figure and tcatuies so Impies she , Inspiiing and dignllied was Hut out ward sjmbol ot chaiactei , and of achieve ments which left nothing lei the. most exact Ing Imagination to dushe when socking foi the model Ameilcan soldier , patiiot and gen tinman. In icfcuing to hisiecoidas a soldier , then is enough lor my iiiescnt putpose. Tin hinglebattlo whicli , lost 01 won , humanely speaking , seemed destined to decide tin gieat conflict , was Hancock's onpoitunlly Ho was equal to the occasion. Hencetoill Hancock and Gcltjsbuig , Gettysbuig am Hancock , are lorover linked logolher In adamant. The name ot om commando will live in oui annals as long as America ! hisloiy Is known among men. Brave soldier noble gentleman , beloved companion , h.d and farewell. Since our last annual meetlm three of oui companions , known to all mon- Gcncral Giant , Gencial McClellan and Gen era ! Hancock have lelt us. Very sad am very touching as these dispensations are , jo upon a laige and gonoial survey ol the maicl oi events wo see cleaily enough tlmt what ever hinges on the war o the icbolliou grows moio Intereblini more inspiring and mom affecting as th stieamot time flows on. The sine test o deeds and chaiactor Is time. That which 1 Mihllmu in nature , in ait or In achievemcn does not lo o by age. lUnder the allotmen of piovidenco final Judgment Is not pre nounecd In behalf of the living. Tlio mo' foitunate of men must wait foi death lo afli the seal and aw aid the ciovvn. Wo need nc pause to Inquho why the hcioes ot oui wai when dead , find their high place In hlbtoiys promptly and with such intalhable certainty With the facility and chaiacter given , tliooi easlon , the opportunity was in Iho greatnes and Iho goodness ot llieli cause , bluing thing It is tl'atvvodo no think ot this whil the hero Is living. Itistoraimy societies c ovciy name and giado to bee to it that justlc h done befoie it Is lee lato. Happily heio to-night nocftoitis icqulie toicach tliodcsiied result. In Giant's can tal book , In that volume Ihat ovciy .sohlii icads , a'icaily published , jou will mid on , know not how many difluient pages , th , tlicie was oni ) man that ho know like a bool and that lie leaned upon and loved an tiusted like u In other. His name , befoio bpc.ik It , Is In the minds and tongue of ever soldier pics > ent Gcneial William T. She : man. man.The addiess was listened to with giovvln . Interest , and when at the close the nainoi Shciman was announced an ovation fo lowed. When tlie applause subsided Cenen Sherman began his addiess upon the illu tilous commaudei-in-chief of the oidu Geneial Hancock. Ho bald : LADH.S AM ) Covii'AMoKs INIIIH Gr.oit ou.s 0 vubi : General Grant iccoids on tli front fly-leal ot Ills book that man pioposc and God disposes. Wo led that hei to nlulit. Yestciday we hoped to hav u jolly good tlmo , and yet the telegrap watted ovci the vvlics the sad intelligent that a irloilotts man oui commaiidei i chief ono who probably has don moiot sustain the Loyal Legion than any otlu man on paith--lics today in his bluon and waits but a tow bonus mil lui will bo bulled at his ol homo in Pennsylvania. It Ib ilirht an HUliitr. gentleman , Ihat we should nanso an do this gliuloiib subject iii.utlal liono Without iccoul and without notes I inn speak , and will bo as biiof as possible , knew Hancock well , lei my inenuiiy goi baek to Hie tlmo when ho can to Wpst Point , n tall slendei bo' ' with laii hair and blue ojes , and cheeks wit the down of a lioshly ilpcned peach. 1 have been him from that tlmu until a fo months asjo. He in ado a good nan In the Mexican wai. When 1 gi r to St. Louis as captain in tl l > conimlssaiy depaitincnt , I tound Hancoc I' there developed to manly beauty , btiengt curda regimental qiiaitcnmistcr Mill wit the lank of Hist lieutenant , a jounggioomi u beautiful biiile , and heio penult mo ladies' ' speak of tlmt good woman who now Is widow , for I knew her well , bl was n child heiself of an Ohio lad Her patents camn from Xancsville ( Ohio lEussell by name. Hiissell and Dennett , tv jonng men living In Xancsvlllo as bov cleikb in a stoic , clonml in twobeautit cieolo ghls , descendants liom the old Fiom stock which came over heio bv icasou ot tl lovolutlon of 1769 , settled at Mailetta or ( in lonolia or Uclpcui , found in them the wives , llioy took thcii joung biUlos i St. Louis , and by labor , imtuatiy an thrift , lose to gicat eminence as merchant When 1 went tiieio tlu houses ol Hitssell ai Dennett , of which Mis. Hancock was tin ( in oimuucnt , and the pride , and Hancoc the liandbome , the elegant gentleman the two who weio nil the envj , and that lion was the veil abodoof haj > slncbs and hosi tallly. sutltasl have ncvui been suipasse OVPII It equalled , tiom that time. " " Gencial Hancock lose steadily in times mation of his. ft'llowf , aim whim the w broke out theio was no hesitation theio u a bit. Ho was a union man. [ Applausi Ho was a sold id. i'neie was notonoqulv of pjelitl , nut one ( reuiblu of hand. Ha rock was . : t soldier , a iv.nn , and a ve bHIIIaut man. Kow vvlien time camo. ( or battles to fought , boiu we had a man who was qualiti anil callable1. , s.iitaltieil by fiiends at hou eiicouiaged by.admlilug oompvulous. at when the battle of Gcttjsbnre came Hancock wag the Impersonation of defense , lliavo Blood upon th.it very spot , lielilnd the Aery stone wall not during the batllo but afterwards and there was pointed out to mo the place where 1'icketl's dlvlilon came up. and where llanecck stood and fell , and If there ever should be a monument erected on earth to man , there Is the snot for Han- cook's monument. Hut 1 will go further , and say that I and others who were with me Eoing up through Virginia after the war was over , and we went out of our way and wo saw the spot where Hancock's corps had charged across those iiarapptsand saw the tices through which those men charged with Hincock at their head , and compelled Meade to iptreathack tlioso were the two points , piobably the most histoilo which nuikcd htm as n man in whomconlldence could bo placed. Ho had thu contldenco of Grneial Giant , of every man who c\er had Hancock on his com mand , nijsclf Included. Ho was most lojal , most obedient , most completely catlsfactoiy , never question ing an oidci , loval to thu hack bone , geneioustoa fault , and willing to cxecutis any older , uliethei Imappiovcd it 01 not. I will golurthcr , andsij that 1 knew Hancock on thu pi lns where there was no clmnco lor glory , no hope of fame , no dc-drc to nttiact notice , nothing but abuse and haidshlp. the same convlunclous man , anxious to do i ight , anxious to Iiillill Die oidcrs ot his govern ment , anxious to complete the job alter which ho had been dispatched and generally success ! til. > 'ovv Geueial Hancock Is dead. The big , stiong , lu'ivons man lies dead In his bed on GOMJIIIOI'S Island , and we , his companions , may well shed lears heio lo-night. It was a sad piece ot news which came to usjcter- day. Oh I my tilends , when that woman sat at the gates ol Varadke , disconsolate , and appealed to heaven , vvluit she should bung to admit hci into the gates , she went back and foithand finally luUirned wlthlhu expiied spiiltot n soldloi pitilot , and thogales of heaven were opened to hci. It the gales of heaven will lie opened foi a pool cm , how much moio w 111 ft bo w ith the manly soldier. The gales ol heaven will icmalnajai until ho outers them , and i on and Leach and eveiy one of us , aio the heller for Iho life which this man led. Oui countiyis bettei lor It , oui boys In school am bolter foi it. Your selves can point to this man of humble pi- lenls , icaied at Iho common schools , who went Into lite with % ery little hope and rose by being a tine , honest and bravo man and soldier , beloved by cvetvbody. mounted by everybody , and I say Hancock > ou aio re- wauled. I would not iccall his lllo If I could. Ho has filled his life with a full measure. Ho will bo hoiiMcd by all man kind , beloved by all mankind , and beloved by all womankind , too. Ucfoto Iho speaking began the ladles weio admitted and wore seated among the com panions thioimhouttlm hall , a lact of which Gcneial Slieiuuui twice leloried to in tin1 couiM ) or his lemarks. Follow ing Gencial bherinan , Gencial Lew Wallace spoke of the teachings and icsults of the wir. General Fairchlldof Wisconsin , Geneial K > f. Stiong ot Cldcigo , Geneial King of Now Yoik , Gcn eial Ohailes II. Giosvcnor ami LlPiilenant Governoi Kennedy of Ohio , also spoke. Gencial J. D. Cox , Irom Iho committee , read the lollow ing memoiial liibuto to Gen cial Hancock , and a copy was oideicd sent to Iho family ol Iho deceased. 'I hn death ol Geneial Wiuficld Scott Han cock isa pei-onal grief tocvciy companion ot the Loval Legion , lor every ono ot us has been proud of him as oui senioi commander , and all who haveknovvn him iiei-jonally have been devotedly atlached to him as Iriciuls. Uuthohas been moie : Ho lias tlnougli his vvliolo lilctimc been an unblemished Ijpe andpallein of the Ameilcan soldier , lie entcied his courilry's seivice Inbojhood as n cadet In the militaiy academ > and continued not only faultlessly hutbiilliantly ctlicientin Its seivico to the day of his death. Ill' lojalty did not waver in the dalk days ol Ibol , nut ho eunestly piessed to the foio- 10111 of thostiuggle , and so boio liiiuscll tat his naiuo became piovciblal lor both dashing leadeishln and manly persistent courago. Withoul miduo auibttion 01 peisonal self lecklnc ho lan his.way to tamoby his splendid con' duct In an nnpaiallelcd series olbittles. tlu confidence of nls brothel otlicei andsoldieis outrunning advances in rank and applaud Ing cveiy step ho gained iu promotion When jealousies and intrlcucs wcieilfoiii Iho greataimy to which ho belonped , neithei his devotion to the Hag noi his /ealoiu suboidination lo his commander wern evei qucslloned. Ho lived only to do and dan gieatly ioi his countiy. He Inspiied hii motherolliceis with pine and noble Pinula lion in liciolcdccdb , and his soUlieis with the enlhitbiasm of courage and with double theii powei. In the supreme crisis of the war , wlici VIcksbuig and Getljsbmy pcrmanentlj tinned the flag in favoi ot the national cause ho i cached the lull matunly of Ills poweis and In the great bittlo of bpottsylvanla hi was lortunato In bjarlpg oil the greit re sponslbilitics In such a way that the victon was In a large measure duo lo his broai military judgment and his coiibplcnou' ' biavciy. Severely wounded , ho made hasti to lesumc his duty with his troops , and lion the Wlldoiness to Appomatox the long seile * of Iioico engagements made each baltlo nami a new decoration of his soldlcily lenovvn His last appointment In the wai , to bo com mandantol the veteran coips , htly indicate ! thoTiinlveisal judgment that no ono bette t > pilled the chaiaclci and the virtues of tin men who became the American "Old Guard. ' Whilst ho had political convictions am altachmcntb lioui which tliu elti/en soIUlo is not excluded , ho caicfully avoided over' ' act which could bo constiiicd into impiope paitisanslilp , and always set an honorabl example ot conduct In this icgaid , vvhlcl best becomes these who wear the nation' unlfoun. As an olllcei and a gentleman , cltl/en and asoldlci , lie was literally witliou ieai and w Itliout icproach. His name ough to bo and will bo cherbhcd as a natlonu pride and tieasuro. Itwasveiy late befoio the very and successful meetinc closed. THU JIOMn OP THE UUAD. Preparations Tor tlio Funeral Me. sages of Condolence. NOIIIU&-IOVVN , Pa. , Feb. 10 , A dlspatt fiom Lieut , r.ugeno ( iilllln , ot Geneial llai cock's stall , to K , 1) ) . Chain , of tills boiougl slates that the funoi.il will positively tak place lieie. The dale has not jet been fixed but will probably bo on Fiiday , Arrange incuts foi the Interment nro now i progiess. A mass meeting of citizens wi bo held this afternoon In the court house. Niw : Youic , Fcbruaiy 10 , The body ( General Hancock lemalned in the room I which ho died , last nkjht. Col. W. D. Dec and Lieut. A. D. Dodge kept watch dnriii t'holong ' houis of the night. This moiniii hey weio loliovpd by two othei olllcei Many moiatolegiams weio lecelved ; amen them wore the following : CiNriNNA'U , Feb. 10. Mib. Wlnllcld Hal cocK'-Tlio sad intelligence of the death of j oi noble husband tills with grlel the compai Ions ol tlio Ohio toinniandciy ot the Lo\i Lpglon , now assembled here. Wo tendi joii oui heaitfolt sympathy in your ueieav inunt. ItimiKiiFoiiu It. HAM.S , Commander. GncrsroNr , i'onkpis , N. Y. , Feb. 10- Dear Mrs , Hancock You have my came sj mpalliy In Iho beteavenient voiihavosn ; toted In tlio death of Gen. Hancock. Tl ' country has lost an heiolc olllcei and an a 1 conipllshed commando , and one of the mo . . valued citizens. I lament this Bad event i 3 a peisoual sorrow S , J , TII.DKN. 1 The body of General Hancock was tods paitlally cmbalmid. Colonel John P. Niche i [ J son , chief iccordei ot the military order i the Loval Legion , who nnlved to day , taki chaigo of the dead gencial's peisonal affal In accordance with n u'qncst made by hi i- i1 1 several jeaiS ago. Amongthe tclegrwniJ r , ccived In tlio afteinoou \ > f < io ones fie I- George W , ( Jhllils , Henii D. MeDanloI , go Iir ir cinoi of Gcoiglu , and Leon Abbott , govurm it of Xovv Jetaey. doneral ir. II. ; | will coinm.iuil the Uscoit-cn the day ot tl \ - funeral. , Foui loot hatteiles liom For y Hamilton , Watlsvvoith and Oovrrnoi bland will lollow the bed ) hi the < AiiK 10d The gnaid over the dead to-night consUtb Captain Chalks. Mori Is , Lloute.nalit 0. ' 'i \VoodaudCoIouel \ A. W. Ytdgrg. There apiobablllty that the Tort Hamilton band will march In the procession. Mrs , Hancock was confined to her bed all day to-day , attended by a number of female relatives. She Is prostrated by the shock. 'llio follow Ing named persons will act as pall beaters : Hon. Thomas F. Uayard , sec- ictaiy of state ; ( tenerals Sherman , bhcrldaii , lie ! i iu * Colonel the two latter being aides do camp of the de ceased during the lalo wai. It is also ex pected that the picsldent and members of the cabinet will attend the obse < iulc3. Mrs. Hancock to-day received a touching letter from Secretary Bayard , in which ho re- feriod to his own recent bereave ment In the loss of his wife and daughter , and speaking ot the decease of her husband as n loss to the nation. FljYGS AT HAtir MAST. The Usual Marks or Military Hcspccr Ordered for JInncock. WASHINGTON , Feb. 10. The follow ing gcnpial ordpr was issued to-day : WAU Dni'Aiuvin.NT , WASHINGTON , Feb. 0. Witli piofound soriow the sicietary ot wm announces to the army that Maioi Gen- cial WinlieldSeott Hancock died to-day at Goveinm's Islandin the haiboi of Now Yoik. Ho was a soldlpi without fear , a citizen with out rcpioach , n pati lot without guile , lie will evei bo a noble and linpicssivo ligtire In our hlstoiy , and his countryman will alvvujs lecall with piido and pleasure his hciolc and Insphing conduct dining those last memora ble noins on the Held ol Gpttjsburg. Foi ills morlloilous and conspicuous slisuc In Ihat gicat ami decisive victoiy ho has iccolvod Iho gialltudo of Iho Ameilcan people and the thanks of congicbs. Flags will be placed at halt-mast at all military posts and stations , unit tlilitecn inlnutu guns will bo llredon Iho day aftei the iccclpt of this ol der , and the usual badges ot mourning will bevvoin lei tidily davs. davs.WM. . C. KNDICOTT. Secietaiy of War. liy Command of Lieutenant Gencial Sheildan. Lieutenant GeiiPial bhcildan will act as a pall b ° aier at General Hancock's luneial. Mafor General Scholield will also attend. Thu icmalns will bo interred in the gen- rial's mausoleum , Montgomeiy cemetery. This ccmctoiycan properly bo teimed the Innial itround of the Hancock family. The geneial's biothci John , many veais ago , purchased - chased a lot Ihcicln , in which lie the lemains othis seven chihhcn. Tlie adjoining lot was puichased bv Geneial Hancock and his tw in brother Hillary , and in it they placed tlio icmalns ot thch parents. Uy the side of tlio lattci lies the body of Winliold Scott Hancock , ji. , the general's iriamlson and namesake , who died when an infant in the summer of isso , the news of his death reach ing Geucial Hancock llio bamo day ho was foimallv notified ot his nomination for presi dent. In 1SS5 General Hancock built a hand- bomo mausoleum. The only membei ot the general's Immediate family now entombed In the mausoleum , is hisdaughtci Ada , who died in 18T5. FOllTV-XINTH OONGRKSS. Senate. WASHINGTON , Feb. 10. In Ihe senate to day , Mi. Hoai olfcicd the follovvine resolu tion , lei which ho asked immediate con sideration : Jtesolved , That the coinmillco on libiary consider and icpoit at an eaily day the ex pediency ot the erecllon at lie ] beat of gov ernment of a staliio or monument lo Hie Hate illustiIons General Winheld Scolt Hancock. In olleilng Hie icsolnllon Mr. Hoai said Ihat when the announcement was madr vesleiday of llio gieat public calamity that had oecuiied iu Iho death of this illustrious soldiei , the cnlhe nation mom nod , and it was piopei that riocecdlngs should at once bo Initialed foi paying liibtite to the inemoiy ol the deceased. The icsolntion was agiced to. At 2 o'clock the chah laid bcfoip ihe senate the education bill. Atler some discussion that bill was made unfinished business lor to-moriow al the bamo lioui. On motion of Mr. Call , the senate took \ \ \ Mr. Eustis"iccent icsolulion calling on tin secrclaiy of tlie tieabuiv for inioimatiou as to the lofiibal of the assistant trcasiuei nl NevvOilpans to leceivo bhlpments ol silvei , and to Issue silvei ceitihcates theiefoi , and n long debate ensued. Mi. Geoico insisted that the action of the ticasury ofllcials In the case was in cveiy 10- spcct sound and iu compliance with the law. law.Mr. . Kusllssaid ho had telegiaphed to Mi , Itoacli at New Oilcans to asieit.dn the pin- pose of the bank shipment ol silver. Hlbie plv , lo day leceived , Is as follows : The shlppeis sought to get lid of the execs * slve silver by shipping to Iho sub-treasurj and asking Ihat silvei certificates theicfoi should bo turned over to their New Oileam couespondents. The sub-lrcasiirer declined to receive it from tlio express company be cause ho tirst doubted the piopilety of thi tieasury becoming the Inteimediary bctvvcer the country and city banks , and second , toi lack ot cfeilcal torco. I leel assured Ilia' ' provision lor sulllclent cleiks would lemedj overj thing. Mi. Kdmunds inquired why lliendinlulsfra tlon did not turn out this lepublican rascal am put In a demociat who would undcistand hi : duties nndei the law. Mi. Coke Is ho a icpubllcan ? Mr. Kdmunds 1 do not know , I suppose if ho Is as bad as that ho must bo. .Mr. Coke said ho aid not caie what tin man's politics weie. Mi. Kdmunds icpcatcd his Inquliy as ti tlie politics ot tlio assistant treabiner at New Orleans whether ho was an old olllcei o ; some new nianV Mr. Gibson icplled that the officer icfprrei to had been appointed by the present admin tratlon. "Well , " icmarked Mi. Kdmunds in a re gielfnl lone , "It Is \cty bad btate ol things.1 [ Laughter. ] The debate then closed and the matte went over. Mr. Dolph submitted an amendment to Mr Sherman'H silvei bill , which was oidcrci printed. In the oilginal bill itispiovldei that the amount ot coin ceitllitales at an ; tlmo outslandmg should noi exceed llio cos of bullion iiui t based by such teitllicates Mr. Dolph's amendment is lobliiko out th words "Iho cost of the bullion pincluibed b such ceitlllcales , " and make Iho piovlsloi lead as follows : "Tho amount of such ceitili cates at any time outstanding hhall not o\ cecd the maiket value of the bullion In th tieasmy puicliascd under the piovUions o this act and letained as seemlty f or MIC certificates , mid whenever nttlm end of an liseal jeai such outbtnndlngrertllicates shal boln excess In amount ot thomaiket value ci such bullion , the t-eeietary ot the lieasur shall retire and withhold liom cliculatlon ai amount of biidi ccilihcates leeched by tli United States tor customs , taxes and publl duos , equal to such cxcc&s until such tlmo a the bamo can be put into circulation witliou Increasing Iho amount of such ceitlllcate bejond the maiket value of such bullion. " Alter an executive faction tlio senate ai journcd. IIOUHO. In the house to day , the speakei laid befoi the house the lespoiibo of tlio seeretaiy c the treasniyto the house rcbolntion callln for information upon questions arising uiuh the tariff act of IbMJ. llufeucd. Mr , lilanchard offered the following scrh of lesoliitlons : Hoiolvcd , That this house has learned wit profound soirow of Iho treat and irrcpirati ] loss which the country has sustained In tli death of that gieat and good man , Majc General Winlield S. Hancock. Itesolved.That this house. In common wit alibis connlrjmen , inomn the death of hli who was the stainless soldier toi the union i the war , and the undaunted delendei of tl constitution and ot civil liberty in peace , an at all times the stainless man and iuco ruptiblo patiioi. Itesolved , That as a maik of respect an affection for the exalted \iitues of this hei and patriot this house do now adjourn. Ke.iohed , That the speaker ot the house t dheetcdto transmit to the widow of tl honored dead a copy ot these resolutions , an an asbiinuico of the heartfelt sympathy of tl house in hei bOirow fni beieavement , whlc Is alike her * and the countiy'b. The losolutlonsvvcro adopted and accon higly the bouse adjourned. Weather lor To-Day , Mi - > oi'iti VAMJ-.V Fair weather ; blow lising tempei-atuie : winds becoming vai able. ' THE THREE BATTAUON BILL Main Provisions of Senator Manderson's Measure for "fcfllitary Increase. IMPROVING THE INFANTRY ARM. The Editor of the Dee Continues Ills Argument AVhlsUy rtlnR nt AVork Western 1'ostnl ChntiRCB Notes. Srnntor MnndciHon'8 Army Kill. WAsiii > nox , Feb. 10. [ Special Tele gram , ] Senator Manderson , Horn committee on military affatis , repoitcd to the Iho senate to daj his bill to Increase the efficiency of the Infantry branch of she army. Ills icpoit Is exhaustive and cdmpichenslvp. Among many other tilings It states : "The change pioposed is trom the single bnttallon now composing a icgliuent to a regimental line ol thiecbaltallons , placing an Infantry rcglmcnl on the name footing with a regiment ol cavalry or aitillcry In the matter of it' organisation. " The effect of this would be to relieve the stagnation In piomotlon that now oxlsts In the Infanlry arm , which tend' to apathy and Inefficiency. Promotion , how evei , would bo merely one Incident lo tlu adoption of thesjslem contemplated , vvhlcl ha'j become an Imperative military necessity pi oduccd by changed conditions In modcrr warfare , llfty captains would bo made majois , 100 lirbt lieutenants would bcconu captains , 150 second lieutenants would bi made ( list lieutenants , and 200 second lieu tenanls would be commissioned ; provided , II should bo deemed best to fully olllccr the pro posed thlid battalion of each regiment. The lncrca o ot pay which thcbo promo tlons would Involve would amount to S104,10 < pci annum , and Iho aggicgato pay ot Uio20 ( additional second lieutenants contemplatci would amount to 825:0,000 , a total of 834,120 while the annual cost of 50 additional com panics of M ) men each would bo 5070,176 making a grand total ot 1,003,29,1. Tlu policy ol the country being to dispense with a largo standing army and to maintain r toico just sufllclent tosuppic- Indlaiuald ! and Inteinal local disscntlon , the icgulai mil itai y force of the nation Is a more skclotoi ot an auny , valuable in any great cmcigencj for leavening purposes , berv ing as a lallylnj point in such cases for an inci eased foice Under such ciicumsttinces it Is impoitan tint the small foico undei aims should b < biougbt to the vcryhlghdstpoint ot efficiency andthcio maintained. " Fmther , the leper iccognl/es that the Infantiyis tl c leadliif branch of the anny , hnd quotes General' ' Sheildan and Hancock'as favoring tlu objects of Iho bill. AITP.N-IIVI : AUDirons THIIOUOIIOUT. Before the house committee on commcici to day , M i. 12. KosovVater , edllorof the Omah : BI.K , continued his argument in support o the Heagan intci-state comineico bill. Tin author of the Tncasmo was an at tenth o auditor ' ' tluoughout the tvvi houis talk , and "Mr. Dunham , a mein mei of tlio committee , from Chicago , asket the bpeakei many qu-fttions on the subject ovlucing a keen Imeiest. Air. Ifosevvatei took strong ground against any legislatlor on Inlei-slato commerce which delegate ! power to any comtnlbslon. Hesaldltwai but a subterfuge and would be a failure What was needed was an absolute law , witl local or United State's courts as places of re dress. Ho showed how the lalhoad corpora tions loaded the people in the countiy thci treasuied with blanket mortgages , by bond ing their road more heavily than any othe : property , being assured that the bonds wouli be paid because the people had to patronzi them. Tlio moio railioads there were tin higher were the traffics , because under tin present pool system , instead of affoulln ; competition , a multiplicity of railroads onli atfoid monopolies. w IIISKY vnnsus vixnoAit. It Is rumoied that the whisky ring of tin countiy Is oiganlzed for a big light upon th < law passed borne jcars ago aulliorUIng Hi manufaotuio of vinegiu by what Is known a the vaporizing process. A powerful lobby i already here , and it is said that a potentia lund has been lalscd to try and wipe out th law in question in the Interest of the di tillers. This law has lednced the piico o \inegartothocountiyone-half , the price o compressed j east one-half , and has built u ; an enoimous while vvluo Unegar Industry especially in the west. The great dlslillci o Cincinnati , Mr. Fleishman , with Di. Hush o Chicago and lotheis , aie heio heading th column , and It is understood that they wll atlempt to bcciuc the icpcal of this law at al cost. A rnsr ron run rojiMmnn , Ilcpiesentalivo Fullci of Iowa , a inembc of the hoii'-o coinage committee , to-day pic sentud to thatcommitttoa lesolutlon whlc will in all probability settle the question ate to the standing of the committee on thoquc' tion of suspending the coinage of sllvei. Th lesolutlon ib as follows : Resolved , That the best interests of th country demand that the colnaro of Mhi should not bo suspended at this time. It isprobiblo tlmt this resolution will b taken up with the othcis now bcloro th coinage committee at Its meeting on Fildaj A vote on Mi , Fullers resolullon vvoul effectually settle the sllvei question , as far a the house committee is concerned. W ESTKUN POSTAL INI OltVIATION. Postmasters' coiumls-ilons were to-day I1 sued forAlfied Uiown at Glcnvvood ( Neb , and George W. Leo at llinerald ( Neb , ) , an lei Whcelock S. Ihown at Sheffield ( lows and I.ovlna Kllno atDodgcvlllo ( Iowa ) , Changes have bcon oideicd as follows I the time schedule of the Star mall route froi 1'Ieico to Disliop ( Neb. ) : Leave Plerco , Sa unlays at 9a.m. ; arrive atUNhop by 12 n Leave Ulshop , Saturday at 1 p. m. ; airivo i I'ioicoat4p. in. The Star mail servicft from Quota to Will ncyvlllo ( Iowa ) has been oulcred dlscoi tinned. i w OIIKIXO ron Avotiinn counx. Senatoi Van Vyck and' Mr. Coirell , < Nebraska , had a conference to-day wll Senatoi Kdmnnds , chairman of the judicial committee , with > iow to incieaso tl United .States judicial dlslilct foi Nebrask Although lie is opposed to an Incic.ibO i dlstilcls , he asstned them that If business I thedlbtiicteouit was two 01 thieojcars b hind , lie would favor anotliei , That mob bly will bccmo a second district lorNtbra ka. WHAT AN JOVVAN SAYS. Judge Cooley of Iowa is quoted in an Into \levv in aTfew Yoik paper as sa > Ing that tl assumption that the west Is In fa\or of tl continuation of silver coinage is not tru J 3 Ho sajs the masses aio against It , and tin 3a not two men In Chicago aio In favor of I 3J Ho sajs the mass of the republicans In tl a west are for Lo an foi the iie-st president ! ! J candidate. , rr.usoNAi. Avn OTIUUVVSK. Clnrles F. Onion and 0. N. Dlctz ot Omni unlved hoie from New York 1 let evening. Mr , MouIbon expects to present his tail bill in the comultteo of ways and means ! n da ) oi two. HeuuisiiUs few people abe It , amlte PVeniimbl 1 , ajrico with his tiTei Mr. Hewitt on i-ssi-rainl joaits. It 1 hat Mr. Hewitt will present an alternative icasuro to tlio coinmlttei1. Pension Coiumlsslonci Black had a hear- ng before the pension committee of the ouso jeslerday , in which ho declared him- elf in favor of removal of the limitation of line for tiling pension auoars claims. Itepicaentatlvo Weaver's bill , oxtcndlni ; to lie poit of Omaha the provisions of a port of lellvcry , has been well iccclvcd by the mem- icrs generally , favorably constdcixid by the ouiniitlee-i of both hou&cs , and wlllnndoubt- dly bo passed. Senator Manderson today Introduced In lie senate the bill Intioduced In the house ast Monday by llcproscntatlvo Dorsey , pro * Idlng foi holdliiK teims of United States Jid circuit courts In the district ot Nebraska. IX-Govoinor Campbell of Iowa , who is ontcsllnglhoseatof liepicsonlatlvo Weaver , eft here tonight for Ucllcfonlaino ( Ohio ) , vheieho will visit his biothcr foi ten dajs. iVhcn ho lettirns his caxo is to bo taken up orconsldciation by the house committed on elections. ' r.vv.in nii.i.s iNTiiont'cnn. WA'siitMno.v , Feb. 10. ll'iess.I In.tho cnate to day the bill lo allow disctiarged limy oillcers one year's pay and allowances vas loported adverhelv. The senate bill , by Senatoi Mandeison , to novideloi holding at least ono tcim of the Jnited btatrs dlslrlct and ciicult courts for ho district ot Nebiaska In each jeai , at the ollowlng named places : Omaha , Lincoln , Nebraska City , Hastings , Noriolk and Kcai- icy. icy.By Senator Allison Anthoi lying the com- nisblonei of the goneial land olllco to read list the accounls of recNleis of hind olllces and receivers of public monies who scived assuehlioiiiMaich ! ! , 1M3 , to July 1 , lbr,2. and to audit and settle mtlltaiy bounlj land warrant fees which they vveie compelled , by oidei of the general land office , to pay Into .ho tieasuiy ; to audit and setllo eommls- > ! ons on purchase money chaiges made by hem for guards' f-eivlce , lianspoitatlou , and leposltlng , the public monies due to them to beiefunded , wltli Intoiest atfl pei cent. It ippiopiiates 51,000.000 lei the purpose. THI : sn.vini suiur.cT ix rm.hcE. The secietary of stale his lecelved a tele- ; ram fiom Mlnlstci McLanoat Paris , dated he Oth Insl. , as follows : "Them was a de late yesterday In the chamhei with reference 0 the depreciation of llio commciolal value of bilver. Thegoveminent was urged to ask 01 lesuiuplion of Iho 1 iteinalloual confer ence of Ibbl. The minister ot finance bald nest of the powers inteiested weie Indis posed to change their piesent ratio between : old and silver. The minister of foietgn ilfahs said ( lie Frcncli go'eminent was not ndlsposcd to negotiate with the othci gov- Mnmenls. but that at piesont the time was lot favoiablo foi such negotiations , and lesiied tliat the question bo Indefinitely post- > oncd. Theieupon tlie chambei postponed indefinitely Anther consldcmtlon of the subject. " A MUL cAiiiiinn Munnr.r.nn. Superintendent Jamison , ot the rallvvav nailbcivice , has icceivcd a blood stained 'eatlici mail bag fiom the west , which has : > een slit open with a knife. It boie tlio tol- lovving Inloimatlon fiom Wailleld , snpeiin- Icndent of the wcslern division : Tlio In- lian nuestinn as it applies to the postollico dcpaitmcnt About a p. m. on July 21 , Ibs5 , while F. M. Peteison , in ill canier on the route tiom Cilltendcn to Locldel , Plina county ( Arl/ . ) , was on his leturn tiip fiom Locheil , he was killed by Apache Indians. After mindciing the caiiicrtlio Indians cut open the pouches and deployed the mail , Leailng Into fragments and scatteiing it over tlio ground. Tvv o pouches w cio can led ; the one hctcvvlth was lelt upon the scene of the tragedy and beais the sanguinary stains of the ylctim. ! . "WOUTCOF coMJiiTrnrs. Thobill appropriating S OO.OOO tor the ex- lenslon of the benefits of the bignal service to lannois bv-means ot signals dlsplajed at telephone stations , was favoiably loported to the house committee on azncultnre by the sub committee having tlmt subject iu chaigc. SPORTING NOTES. National Owners ol'Fast Horse flcsli in Meeting. CHICAGO , Feb. 1' ' ) . Tlio biennial meeting : ) f the National Tiotlintr association becran lierc this alternoon. Tlicie w as neaily a lull repiescntation present. The principal ob ject of the meeting is to pcrtect the oigani a- tion by amending defective rules and adding such otlieis as aio needed. Ono ot the mlcs pioposed to amend is that i elating lo entncs , so as lo pi event the same hoi so on the same date to make moio than ono cutty in a cii- cuit. The change is Intended to result in the hoises taking a propel place as rcgaidb class , pipventlng , ioi instance , a 2.20 hoibo being cnterpd as a tiircc-minute , and going thiough the season as such. The heaviest holdcit > of proxies weio T. J. Vail , pceietaiy.15 ; G. N. Aiclioi , 17 ; J. D. Cair , 14 ; David Honnei , 10 ; H. V. Bemlb , 14 ; and H. G. Hancock , o ! Thoicnoits of the becietaiy and tieasurci showed S9.COD on hand. The scciotaiv said the amount named made up the "trust Innd" at Spiinpficld. The icpiescntatlvcs present scorned to know nothing of such lund and a lively debate ensued. Finally adjoinninont till to-monow morning was til.cn to allow the mombcis an oppoitunlty to study Iho ticasuicrsiepoit. The Chess Experts Tied. Si. Ijori" , Feb. 10. The chess match was resumed again lo day undci about Iho same circumstances as before and about the same audience as on the pievlous dajs. The gamete to day Is pionomiLcd by experls as Iho bc t yet placed , especially on the pail of Stelnlt/ , who dining the last halt ol the gamoplajcd not only brilliantly but aggiesslvely , and de servedly won Hie admiiatlon ol the spec- latois. Stelnlt/ having won tlneo games the contest heio Is closed and will bo lesnnieil at Now Oilcans In two weeks. Doth plaven will probably icmain here a week and ( hen leave foi the Ciesccnt City. The contestants aio now a tie , each hav Ing won foui games. Paddy Is Still in Iho Hint ; . CnifAoo , Feb. 10. The following telogiam was sent at a late hour this alteinoon In ansvvci to John L. Sullivan's ultimatum to Paddy Ilynn : To John L. Sullivan , Uoston If tele graphic repoit of join final challenge to me this day iscoucct , 1 will meet jou In pilvati ! with kid gloves lei i-.100 , lime , plucoand icleuo lo be agreed upon hercattei. PAUIIV UVA.V. Sohaoffor nncl Vlgnnuv. Nr.w Yoiiic , Feb. 10. Schacirci and Vlg- naux to night signed articles for a mate ) game of billiards , fourteen inch balk line , ! i,000 points up , 000 points pu night , begin ning Maich 2 , lor 81,000 a bide , the vvlnnci t < taku all the rctelptb and the loser to pay al expenses. TUiOWN A BLOOJC. A Feed Mill Boiler Explodes ant Kills Two Men. OSIIKOBII , WIs , , Feb. 10. Uy an ctplosloi ot a feed mill boiler heio this atteinoon Walt Foiled and Ilclnhold Labor wore In stanlly killed , and bcveial other peibons serl ously Injured. The body of Follett , who wa1 ono of Iho propilctoia ol the mill , was blovvi through the building and neaily a block ho > end , and was frightfully mutilated. .Sev eral men and bov& wlio weio ncai at the tlmi ot thu explosion , w lilch bhook the whole city received uiokcn arms and limbs. Tie | ClKarinaUer's Strike. Nnvv YOIIK , Feb. 10. The Intel nationa CIgarmakci'b btiike committed met this even Ing and instructed the .secietary to wlthhoh publication of thoaction taken by the vaiiou braiu lies and unions pending actual settle ineiH ol'tl.u tdlke. Tils Pjogieaslvo unloi has completed Its lound of the ohipSt.but ha not yet picpaied an av erased hcalooi at wnitli it is expected all the Piogi will bo at work Mondav next. Sf.le or n Kailioad. Svmxorinui , III. , Feb. 10. 'Iho Danville Olijoy & Ohio ItiVPi railway w s . > ! d to da ; by tlK ) master of the Unlltd M. , , - > ehcul comt. It was puichn-icd Ly ( ' W. 1 alibank rouns"l lei the boiulhoUIcia' committc THREE DAIS OFJRIOTOOS TERROR. Another Mob Congregates lu London but Disperses After Doing Some Busi- inoss Place Dostnictioui LONDON , Feb. 10. 13 m. Thus fai to-day hero has been no renewal of the Holing In his city. A dense fog" prevails and favois ho congicgatlon of roughs. Small crowds ot loafers ate assembled on the street mncrs. Col. Henderson , head of the mctiopolltan inllco foicc , has been In conference to-day vllh Chllders , homo seciclary. In iclatlon to ho riots of Monday and Tuesday. An un- ca y feeling picvalls throughout thn melio- lolls In conseqnenco of the events of the nsttwodajs. Ilundiodsof genulno work- ngmcn who me out of employment , aio \atchlngabout Trafalgar sipiaiothls nftei- loon. They have a very dejected appeal- nncc. : t p. m. News has Just been locelvcd in the cltv tint a mob ol loughs , which assembled at Deptfoid , aie matching tovvaut the city uul aio smashing windows and wiecklng lomo fionts along the loute.A panic picvalls n thatpoitton of the city which the mob It ) Ikcly to travpisoand shokeoncis | aioc'loslinr hell establishments. Thu police and tioops aio In leadlness to prevent tlio mob liom ni- mniiiir the piqpoitionsol that ol Momhi } uid fioincommlhlngsliulliu excesses.i The Deptfoid mob has leached Hope ex- haugo in Soulhvvark , neaily live miles liom he slatting iioint. 'llioinaich of the mob vas enoimously Incicased by eonstant acees- ions in its piogicss noith. All shops along ho route weio closed. Tlio destination ol lie Deptfoid ciovvd seems to be Tralalgai qiiaro. The mob Is lesllng In Soiithwark Hitwccn London biidgo and Ulaek Filars nidge. The mlleo have been oideied to so- cm o possession ol all bildges dossing the hei'Ihamcsaud toieblst all attempts on ho p.ut ot the mob to cioss. t'lio jiolico at tills hour hold all iridgo approaches and aio picpailng o resist attack. The nuthoiltics have valued all tiadosinen doing business In tlio Stiand , Cockspur stiect , Pall Mall and He- ; ent stiect to expect dlsoulei to-night and to nimedlately close lliclr shons and take steps o piotect tlioli piopcity. West Knd alieadv ms a funeral appe.unnce. The Deptfoid iiobon tlio way towaid the Thames swung hiough New K nt loid and Ncvvlnirton caifcoway. They sacked scveial small sliops ilong tuo way. They slopped at the uaiiimoth establishment of William Tain it Co. Tins establishment cov cis ground fiom and including No. 5 to 21 on New Kent load and lT ( > to 17.i on tlio Novv- ngton causeway and is devoted to trade In Incn.silk , men's and women's clothes , boots \nd shoes , caipets , Ironvv.ue , bedding , luini- tui e , etc. The building was * nder police prolccllon , but Iho mob ovenan the ollict-is , sacked the stoic , and when they ictlicd left the building badly vviecked. 1:30 : p. m. The estimate hciotofoie made ot losses Inflicted by the mob on Monday np- icaiedto have been gieatly too small. The ollicial estimate places the danngo at M,000. Various bociallbtic and laboi icloim societies lu eaten to have a moiibtci demoustiation at ilydd jmk next Salmday , to bo at- ended by contingents ot laboi erg fiom tlio countir. Shops are being closed indbaiilcaded cvci > wheie tluoughout the city. 5. p. m. The police have been Informed hat the Deptford mob was composed of a nrgo numbei of loughs who have oigani/ed , o attack the city emporiums and banks and such stores as Domain open , at this hour , mvo thch windows closed and baired and uo icady at a _ moment's to close their + doonw Grmipyj , - & of * nnxlous [ icoplo stand about In the stieets discussing : lie bituallon. The newspapers aio printing ettia editions and tjicse am eagerly bought. At this liom tlio fog Is Ineieaiinp. ( i p. m. The mob lias dispersed. The sheets aio thioiigcd , but no conflict with the nuthoiitlcs has jet occurred. A socialist meeting Is to bo held thib evening at Cnm- tCilandmaiket. At 5SO : o'cloclc , two and one-half hours bcfoie the time announced lei the assemblage , ovei 10,000 moti weio on the giound waiting to attend Iho meeting. Thlscrovvd was being constantly minmonted by accessions fiom Tialalgai squafe. Cav- ahy Irom Albany barracks , and laige bodies ot pollco have been oideicd to icmaln in icadiness to maintain oidci at the Cumbci- land meeting. A niovciiieul has been Inauguiatcd to sc- euie a meeting of all London mombcis ot the liousc ot commons , both llheial and cou- soivallve , to devise measines lei immediate toilet of the distress In London. Itlspio- nosed to dcputl70a stiong committee to urge the cabinet to action. LOMION , Fob 10. By 8 o'clock a ciovvd numbering many thoimnd had gathcied in Cinnbciland maikct. The leaders appealed shoitlv. and aftei consultation it was re solved to abandon the attempt to hold a meet ing lo-night on account ot the fog. The meeting adjoin ncd till Tuesday. ' MIDNIGHT The city is quiet and thociovvd dlspcised. The panic is subsiding. The staiols without paiallel in the history of London. Ten thousand dc poiate- men WPIO gathoied In the htiecls , and only needed rtomo one mojo iccklesi than IhcmsolvPs lo lead llieiu lo commit Iho w Ildest cx.ce.sies. Quietude on the Coast. Poiui-Axi ) , Oic. , Feb. 10. Evei } thing is quiet at both Seattle and Olympla. The militia me still on duty at Seattle , anxiously awaiting the aiiival ol government troops At Olymnla tlio slicilff's posse Ib able to keep peace. Piecautlons have been taken bv the stale and municipal autlioiitles at Poilland , and by pilvatocItUeus , to piovent trouble tbeie. SnATn.i : . W. T. , Foh. 10. The city lias be come a milltaiy camp and every corner Is guaidpd by a sentiy. Milltaiy inle Is sn- pienie. Tfieio has been noclliut on the pnrt ot the Hotel s to Intel tcic , noi even to hold a mretlng. They aio without iccognl/cd leadois and aio utteily iiowriless to do any thing so long as tliumllltaiv aionndei anus. OM.MIMA , I'eb. 10 , Today li0 ! lesponsiblo citizens oiganl/Pd thenisehes inlo a nome iriwul , and were hvvoin In as deputy sheiiirs. nveiything was quiet dm lug the day , and thopiosperts aio that thcic will bo no re newal ol the diet in banee. The Colco Ro lou Rumpus. CoNr.viu.sviu.i : : , Pa. , Feb. 10.--Thoshi'illl auested Iho felilkeib lo day , who weu cliaiged vvllh having i.utlcliited ) In the le cent ilols al tlio lleniy Clay vvoikb. Tlu men otleicd no icblstancc1. THI : rutc iuicoitD. .V Stable of Valunldo Horsh Flcsli Consuinod. " HusTnr.s Poixr , N. Y. , Fib. 10 , Thl' morning , at ! J o'clock a Iho destioyed tlu Hempstcad tlub bt.ililo , helonglng tothoMea dovv Hinnk Idiut , 3'tst Mcnidow. Two othei htableson pilliti Mi ! vviio also dcstioyod , TwontV'ioui viiu.ui ) hoiscs weio albi binned , 'I lie r ii'n i. / u u tlio names of tlu pilnclpal hoiM1" , \ \ i KM Hunt , Hobson'i Choice , llojal rju-h anil TinniboiiP , ownei by Stanley Moitimci ; Jeilco and Samel wood , owned by JJ. A. Stokes ' 1'oinbler and Dan , owned b ; H. IS. Ittchatdbon , K. D. Cushlng's Donnci all ; H. ( J , Kdjo'd Cowboy and pony. Tin lemalnclei were valuable hiinlcis owned h ; Klllot Koscvelt , J. D. Dointoid , Uolmon Pmdy and oiheis. Tim total loss In hoibo flesh Is S'iO.OOO , The losb on tlie stablus Ii ST.OOO. . 'Iho stables weio lnsuieil. Fii o in ! S'evv Vorlc. Ni vv VOKK , Feb. 10 , A fiiooepinied h the siib-ccllai ot the seven btoiy bulldlds , No 174(1 ( lliondvvay , owned by O , W. Pottoi Tiui'u linns vviio damaged to thn extent o JsVO.dOO , niul thu damage to the building abon SV10"- The insuiaiicc of the several linn amountb to 5100,000. Streol O.us ISiirneil. Si. P\t i. , Feb. IO. A lire this moinlngdc r'.iincd tliecentr.il bain ot the stiPCt lailvva ; pompan.v , f-Uiing a lo-s ol % 0tOJ. Th < hoi w-1 win i'l ' ii'-.cjl.liiil twenly-llve cai uni d , IIISUMIIIO , " 45003 , Hlirncd to Duatli. Ill J i AM ) , \ , V , , Fib. 10.liolit S o'elocl thib nrnuunga Ihe di'stioud the liousc of ( T.Ma > nfci. Mayjiei aiul wiluejc ted alh. .Uotlt vveroottjcauoUL . A SILVER BILL IN SECTIONS , Full Text of the Senate Measure Introduced by Mr , Allison , HOW THEY FEEL ON SHERMAN'S. Strong Opposition lo nivlilo.tl Admission Aiming tlic House Mom- bcis M iiybury Opposed to the Ktluentlon Hill. Senator Allison's Hllvor HIM. WASHINO-ION , Feb. 10. ( Specials-Senator Allison , of Iowa , piosonlcd his silver bill In the senate ve-dculay. The following Is the full text of tlu ) mcasuii > : SKcno.Vl. That lieieafIcr any holdei of sil ver coins of full lecaltPiulcr value mny , nt his option , presont" them In sums of 5oO ? or any multiple thc/cof at the tieasmy oi at the snb- tieasiny In thooity of Now Yoik , and receive therelor In exchange n like amount of gold coin 01 United States notes , and any holder of uold coin may in like manner present the 'bamo and iccclvo thuiofoi silver coins ol full legal tendei value ol United States note * . Piovided. thai nothing heroin shall bo con strued to aiithoil/o an incicasoof the aggre gate Issue ol United States notes now author ised by law , noi lo lestilctoi limit Iho issue of gold 01 bllvei ccitllleales as now provided by law. See. a. That sections SUH and 5101 of the revised statutes mo heieby icpcatcd. nud the word "lawful money" vvhcrovci It occurs In the stilutcs ot the United Slates , shall bo coiibtiued lo include Untied Slates notes , gold and silvei of full legal tendei. Sec. 0. That all laws and naits of laws ic- ( lulling the lawful money deposited with the tieasurorof the Untied States , as piovldcd by section 5223 of the icvlsed statutes to beheld held as a special fund for the icdempllon of noles of national banking associations , aio heieby icpcaled ; and all monny now depos ited. 01 which may heicaflci bo deposited , under bald section , shall bo covcied Into the United States licasmy , and all sums now de posited , oi sums which may hereafter bo de posited with the tieasuicr ot the United States as authorized by section 4 ol an act cntlllcd "An act fixing the amount of United Stales noles piovldlng foi icdlsliibutlou of ; national Innk curicucv , and for other pur- pobes , " tippioved.June20,1371 , shall bo cov- cicd into the tieasmy. Sec. 4. That section H of the last named act Is heieby amended so as to nutboii/o tlio icdcmpllon of nallonal bank notes In gold 01 sllvei , and to autlioii/o the deposlto o gold 01 silvei in lieu of United States notes , icqulied lo bo deposiled by said section. THINK riiniin is A.C.VICII IN IT. The bjll lecently intioduced In tlio senate by John Sherman , of Ohio , which piovidcs for the issue ot coin ceitlliealcs upon gold ami suver million , and for the puiohasooC fiom two to loin million troy ounces of sllvOB bullion per month , Instead ot Ihe picsent two million doll us woith per month , has becii discussed , infoimally iji the clcjak ,1001113 oii both siaei of the houso'for the past week or tcu'days. Fiom these Informal discussions idea of the fooling of eltlioi the silver or the anti-silver men towauls this mcasuip. Some : how or other both sides seem to think theio is a "catch" in It. All aio veiy cheoiy about expicsslng au opinion eitliei in favoi of or in opposition lo It. Among the icptibllcan advocates ol sll- vci , how evei , theio Ib a gcncial belief that the bill should bo caiefuily considered because of Hie souico fiom which it oilglnalcs , and for the snmo icison the dcir.nciallc mcmbois aio disposed lo tight shy. This bill piomisc.s tp oceupj a conspicuous figuio in the coming discussion on the silver pioblcm , and it is likely that befoic this discussion is linlshed Its cnthe outline will bo ni.itcilallj ehangcd by the blieiiuan silver Iiill. DAKOTA JI.V.Y Din iv aiiE iiousi : . Congicsaiuan Uakci of Now Yoik , who Is a membei ot thu house committee on tcnl- toiics , siys llial thoie is no doubt in his mind Ihat a majority of the committee will repoit in lavoi ol the admission of the entiio tcrrl- loiy ol Dakota , but ho sajs a mlnoiitj icport will bo made which will lavoi the passage of the bcnato bill. 'i am inclined to think , " said Mr. linker , "thai this bill will have moio suppoiterson thodcmociatlcsldo of the house than It had among the dcinociats in Iho senate , though I am unable to bay that I think it will pass at this session. " "What objections have been lalsed to llio diviblonV" Mi. Dakci foilj-sixth paiallel was ask i d. "Tho objecllons , as far as 1 have been able to learn , " he icplled , "aio of a political nature cnthely. Dtyond the factth it such a division would Insuio ono icptiblican state now and anothci In tlio near Inline , theio Is no reason why the tenltoiy should not bo divided as a majoiltyol Iho Inhabitants ask us to divide It. liul the political reasons in tlio piescnt house are , I feat , stion ? cnouqh todcleat the passage of the bill. " * MAYIlUP.VOrM'OSr.S THK MI ! VSL'IIK. The WI11U hill , which Is substantially of tlio bamo chaiacter as the Dlalr bill , to pro vide ioi educational aid to the schools of the country , has been i cloned by the hoiibo com mittee on education to a sub committee con- bistlng of Messis. Willis of Kentucky , May- Duly of Michigan , and Ciutlti of Pennsyl vania. Mr. Willis Is of course in favor ot the bill , and it is believed that Govcinor Cinllu will also advocate It. Mi.MayburyJiowover , isiinalleiably opposed to It. Ho sajs that the schema Is u bad one , and should not ro- ccivo the sanction of congioss. lie expects to bo in the mlnoiity when the bill Is lepoitcd to the house , but ho has hopes that enough opponents can bo Milled against the bill it ) defeat It when itball ( como up lor consider atlon. Another Nomination. WASIIIVOION , l < eb. 10 The pipsldr-nt cent the lollow ing nomination to the benate to day : Stpphru A , Walltei. to bo United States attorney lei the southein distili't of New Yoik , The Next American Cardinal , Nuv YOIIIC , F ( b. 10 , Aichblshop Ooii Igati Kcelved a cablegram fiom Homo jcsteiday nniiounrlng that Aichblshnp Gibbons of lialtinuiHi would bo wealed a caidinul at the coming eonsistoiy. VIotlniH ol'u Klot. A II.AXTA , O.i. , Feb. 10. llnmoib ot n riot have leaihid bun fiom Clayton lotinty. Tlneo men , tvvobiothcis mimed Vi'iialjlo and ODD mimed Dhlin , aie lepoitcd to have been hhot. Hallway Noles. Thrt suieiiiiteiiileiits ] of all tlie lines ccnteiing lieio and in Council UltilVb Inihl tliolriogular monthly mooting Yostonluy In thul'.ixton hotel , dibeiiisint ; opouxlfng questions of niiitiial intoien. J'lieso iiu'iUnjfi luivo fornii'ily been liehl at the Council Mlnlls transfer , but was hi ought over Jicio for heifer i Pell Jluiii < ; li it Haluhivny. .folin Tu i'ii , an inn'Moyu in llu.-c.ill's Cosniuioliiin ] ) hilt A > U tln-ougli .1 hatch > vuv lat t ni ht aii < l Mtetninrd u fc-noie ( 'oniiMi/i-im IMP lund. Hi vv.ia innovpcl f o his Jiuiiu i\\ : \ > \ and ini-Ufil uis1s- iBiuuvv.is 'ininioi.iJ , His iiji rica me < i uito bt > Ycii > , though not I'-my ' iou .