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. . . ' or trozn ! to death nfter havIng Iwum ashore.
On the nhht of February f a fresh torpedo -
. ' pedo "quadron was lent to contnue the work
and mndo an tend of two If not mora of the
, ' Chlnes crulser without themseles tufTer-
1 ; , Ing ni severely a their pretevesors. 1 WI
. been afterward Instrumental learned In that sinking the little the craft . had
- bon TIIQJ Ye together with leveral smaller
I vessels. On the morning of the Gth only four
of the encl redoubtable Pel-Yang "Ivisions
of the navy remained n for sarvlce.
The large .blps of Admiral Io's fet had
thus far done Ito but shell the forts on the
two 1shtnd. On Ihe Gll they rested en-
- trely , beglnr.lng anew and with relloublel
'ehergy on the 7th. n ) ' this time gunMrS on
shore were ahle to cooperate effectively ,
especially at the easter edge of the hnrbor.
their shells ex-
, Soon alter down one of Ihels
plodel [ mng'zlne on TI IslarnI . , tearing asUn-
iler ' the walls of the fort nml compelling thc
garrison to hurry acrou to T.Co Kung.
- While the assailants were cheering one
' another o'e this place of geol < 1 fortune ,
a more exciting Inclleut followed. A flock
of Chinese torpedo < boats broke nway from the
main body lying IHhlml 11 Kunng and with
two or thle light draft steamer steered ,
through the barricade near Its western end
. ' and raced along shore toward Cho.l oo.
Their speed was not equRI to the first of the
Jnpnest flying squadron which set off In
chnso with such alacrity thnt the fugitives
were all overtaken wIthin two hours. Some
. . were run down anti sunk , others Injured by
firing guns , anti the others drIven to the
fring ta the cast at Che.I'o whee most or
them surrenderpd. A few ran ashore , and
being abaloneJ by the crews were made
, poweress : for further mischIef bEore the
. . pursuers 'I'n ! retl're to their duty nt \Vel.llal-
. . . . .
. wo CINESE PITIAD.I I'OlTION.
. The situation of the defenders was now
' pitiable Indeed. Incessant cannonading was
chlrectcd nt them tram helrhts where
the helvy long rlnge pIeces hall been phntel ,
and plnces where they found sheler In the
combat afforded pro-
enrly days or no longer aIorde
tecUon. The Eoller ! on the forts were ICln
liable to he slaughlerell than there on board
ehlt . but even their ranks wcro prHlualy :
thlnncd. whie their erort , at retal
were totally Ineffective. W'hilo they wou'd
porhap3 have rouJht ( lep rnteli to the end
In a hnnll.to-hnn < conflict , their energies np-
peared to sInk as their destiny was seen to
bo Ineviable ,
On the Dtb or February conslerable
anxiety was displayed , two ot tIm shIps endeavorIng -
deavorIng to dislodge nn Inconvenient bat-
tory on the western hen < lnnll , but from that
date the energy or the ChInese stlallly dl-
mlnis'lied. On the 12th a formal ( Ier of
aurrender 'U sent tinder n fag of truce ,
admiral to give over everything -
thondmlrnl proposing v1.e e.ery-
thIng nt his disposal on condition that the
lives of all who served hIm , especially the
foreigners , should 1)1 spared , Ills action Is ,
gravely censurell , the unIversal opinIon being
that If lie could no longer hold out he should
have found means to dftroy the valuable
property In his control Instead of 11el.er ,
Inv It up to the conueroro. HIl terms ,
however , were prompty agreed to. and on
the following day the Japanese began the
work or taIling over the tour lars shIps left
In serviceable cmditlon. several lnbat ; and
torpedo craft . the artillery nntl 1 the stores of :
ammunition. The Chen Yuen Is much hurt
t , , nmmnnllon. . 11 repllred. There arc hopes In-
deed , that thin Ting Yne and n few others
may ba raIsed and SlCCQstuly foate < l. How-
ever whatever the result , It Is of prodIgious
Importance to the winning side.
Admiral Tinss fate Is culonly talked or.
That he cn never return to Chin ee'ns to
bo generally nllmltelt Japan would undoubtedly -
. ' doubtedly give him refuge , anti It Is possible -
ble he may end his days at , n pensIoner In
" the land which he once proelnlmed hImself
, able to master with no other force than that
of his now beaten fleet. The losses b the
Japanese throughout the campaign have been
slight , the severest casualties havIng been
t thor of the forDello crews. Reports are
, conflicting anti will not be lusted for rv-
ral dnY , or the Chinese losses scarcely
any details are yet Imown.
n Is rumored In Toklo that after order Is
. restored al Wel-Hal-Wel ant the military '
sItuation In Ching-KIng becomes quieter than
. t , a presqnt. the jmperor or Japan , may po'
I' ' "re..eq .to , China and establish his headQuuters
. . . In some rertreM' ' recently captured hy his
army. No efclal confirmation ot the re-
r , ' port can , 1owev&fb ' obtained.
: . t : SENT TIlilit nUME _ IN A IIURRL t
: . , Docnmrhts Conccrnln ! the Late . Abortive
lencn NIofhUon" Vub'Islteti.
: TOKIO Japan , Feb. 18.-Per ( steamship
- x , r City of PekIng . vIa San Francisco , March 2. )
I -The Japanese government has published a
serIes of documents exposIng the pretenses
of the Chinese peace envoys and explaIning ,
; ' the attitude and action of the commission.I I
- era appplnted to receive them. The first
, paper of . Importance Is the decree appolnt-
: lug Count Ito and Viscount Mltuo as representatives -
. sentatves of the emperor of Japan and In-
. ' vesting them with full power , In strict ac-
. cordnnce with the usage of civilized nations.
FollowIng this Is the mandate of the em-
1 peror of China to his agents , Chang and
Shao , which was submitted nt Ilroschlma
, In evidence of the posItIon held by these
J _ functionaries , and which , after reciting the
names and offices . of the messengers pro-
ceeds thus :
"You are appointed plenipotentaries In
r Japan You will communicate by telegraph
- with the Tsung-ii-Yainen , and will the re-
, ceive our commands , which you will cbey.
The officials which accompany you are un-
der your control. Do diligent and faithful
I tn fulfillment of our trust. Respect this as
I ! our specIal mmand. "
I : I has been recorded , that on discoverIng
the imperfect character of the Chinese cre
dentals the Japanese commissioner called a
, meeting , at which the visitors were Informed
& that no negotIatIons could he permitted on
. the uncertain basis or theIr Instructions . The
, addrC' delIvered to them by Count Ito Is In-
t chided In the papers now going forth I lis-
t1 claims all , respontlblty on the part of the
Japanese for the awkward posItIon of affairs
and expresses regret that ChIn should han
J pursued a course which though not unpre-
" cedente In her history Is disapproved by the
: great body of ntom. . Count Ito refers t (
, the numerous occaelons on \ hlch China ha
rOludhte : the acts ot her diplomatic agents ,
: and states that , In consequence or thes various
_ _ _ _ _ j violatIons of good faith , I had been stIpulated
_ that no embassy would be receIved at
} IUroschtma , unless provtdod with complete
authorIzatIon to arrange the terms or peace
The Chinese government had prornieeti < 1 abs-
, , lute compliance wIth Japan's demand and ]
given positIve assurance that the nmbassa-
liars held full power Notwihstanding thIs
t . . pldgg thio imperial letter ot instructIon con-
I I f1 !
: ferred no power whnte\'er except that of reporting -
; . porting to the Taing-lI-Yainen what the
. Japanese statesmen might say . Under thee
, clrumsbncos I would bo Impossilo to
. enter Into negotiatIons . But I China should
: her ater prove her sincere desire for peace
. by deputing responsIble omelals and Inve&t-
: - ' Ing them With genuine authority the que-
ton might bo reprned ,
. JAPAN STOOD PAT
, . lavlng" spoken In this spirit at some
. lencthl 'Count Ito delivered to the
'Colnt Ia del.erel envoys a
memorandum-tho last of the documents
plblsl ed-cnlng attention to the earncsl-
'r , . ness with which Japan had Insisted ( , through
the minIster of the United States In Tote
. t and I'eking , that the embassy should have
- . . ample powers , to the obvious Inadequacy
- u t the credentIals brought b ) Chang and
Shao , aliLl to the hiflIOSSlbihIty ot holding
S Inl ImpossIbity holelng
' conferences wlh agents destitute of the
. ; frKt requlElo of their nsuled position .
\ The ChInese IJart ) Including Mr. Foter " ,
S. & 'led from Nagasaki for China on 1ebrlary
13 by a I r'nch mal steamer. Tile tutcl- :
, patton that negotiations wi soon be reo
.1 . " .QPole11 i earnest appears to bo justified frt
by ! circumstances that ths Am rlcl ml-
' Tlser ccntnucs In Chins's Gervl ! anti still
S more strongly In the crubhlng defeat at
S . ' '
11' . Tuft OU1PCCSS cf Japan has ordered tat or-
: ' tllcl ( l' arms and leg be supplied lt her
S , exp nle to all soldiers who baa tiiir : nem- :
ben either In battle or through ezposure
- . to froets Chinese IJrlonen brought t to Ja-
. pan who have simIlarly suffered are . In-
S ( ciuded In her bounty ,
t , . .n consequence of urgent rlpr senttola
by Count , the Korean .
. . Ilonye ( ore.m , , verment
, ' , , bas ordered
Ia orderll the abolition of nil forms of
- torture and proclaimed that hlnllg shall
. . , lerearet bs the ,6010 rethol of calllal pun.
S thment for ordinary crIminals. anJ sii'ctlng
for those condemned by martial law ,
S I 'ho two American ad.enturr. Wlhle and
S nowle , who pledged whal they cal d their
honor that tie ) ' would not proceed to ChIna
: , In fulfillment of their engagement to supply
t Jterlala for the destruction of the J.ian le
RaVr and were released grow jai ! I , the
S , . . .
-5- S--S.S-S- .5 *
S. _ _ _ . _ . _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ = _ _ . _ _ 555SS
Japanese government , Ire said 10 be In high
favor with LI lung Chnng. The or-viceroy
has expreted : great satisfaction with ftc
tutt of some of . theIr experiments , anti It Is
reported that certaIn deadly explostve ! used
by Admiral Tlng'g ships \Vel-llal-Wei
were of theIr fabricatIon.
rEt'rlItFI , A OIIIN.tMAN WITI SIOT ,
Arrest or the ConcDrd'A omcnf , % 'ssl Only
'I TriO IIr"lr. .
SAN 1'lANCSCO , March 2.-The sequel
to tile reportell seizure of the American of-
cetl of the United ( States gunboat Concord Is
brought to this city b ) the steamer City of le-
king. The Concord arrived at Chln.lnng on
Irebruary 3 or 4 , On the following day thre
Officers or the ship , a leutGnam anti two ensigns .
signs , anti two sailors went.nshoro In the
warsllip's launch ,
The ofcers went sunnIng along the coast ,
leaving the launch In charge of the selnel :
fly accident one of the ensIgns wOUntlell n
ChInese lad In the leg with a charge ot bIrd
shot. 'Iic natives became greatly excited
antI demanded the arrest ot the offender. The
omcers surrendered to the authorities , but
sent the launch back to tile shIp
with Instructions to tile command-
lag officer to come to their nh In
case any trouble should occur. When the
launch brought the story to the Concord the
news got about amongst the lpplng men In
the hnrbor. 'The freIght steamer TI Tung of
the China Merchant company was Just about
to start south , and before sIte left alto waR '
hoarded ) by several Americans , who handed
her commander a dispatch with the reque3l to
o It to the American ; ne\\'spIJers. The ills-
patch was the sensational cablegram received
here some weeks ago.
When the Ta Tung sailed a lunch filled
with armed men was sent ashore after the
officers , with InstructIons to afford protection
to the prIsoners. By the time the boat had
reached the landing the affair hInd been lat-
Israetorly cxphllel and the prIsoners were
allowed to (0 back to their ship.
No report was made to headquarters by the
Concord , ns the nIalr was considered ot no
importance. The Ta Tung's crew Is ro-
tponslble for the scare given the American
people. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ & _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
( Continued from FIrst Page. )
sanction the building of these division botts. :
After concluding the debate on the naval
estmntG3 , which reuled In the adpoton ot
the reommelintons or the committee In
nearly every case , the Uelehstag commenced
the consideration of the military budget. On
tile vote of the salary ot the minister ot war ,
,1.leblmecht , the socialist leader , moved an
amendment proposing to convert the German
army Into a militia force. lie advanced the
Swiss military system ns n model and referred -
terrell to a simiar proposal brought torward
by the Prench socialists. lie declare the
socialists vera far from wishing to render
the country defeseles , hut the democratic
spirit ot the militia system served as n l > ro-
tecton for the soldiers against the tyranny I '
of their superior officers. "In Germany , " he
said , "unfortunnteh' , It Is custom to foster
prctorlaulsm In' order that the army might
ba emplo'ed against the people. " ( Loud pro-
Dnmbach , rightIst , declareJ a mlitHY force
was useless except for defensive purposes.
"Tho militia system sufficed for Switzerland
and the United States on account or their
system. " In his opinion the most fearful I
state of all was a defensive system of the
dernoralizeti commune. kind like that of the . Paris I , '
'Rlekert , the Crelsslnnlge leader said he be-
levcd .tho French , with the exception of the
socialists , were eager for war with Germany ,
If they felt certain they hae to deal with
Germany alone. He reminded them that -
Swiss olcer of the general staff described
the Swiss army as baing Incapable of taking
the field. In Swltzoriand also
fcld. Swlzorland , ns with other
countries , .ases ot ill treatment of soldiers
occurred , end even with the militia system
soldiers were liable . when serIous eventualities -
ties arose , to become the prey of the enemies
Our army , " he consluded , "Ia a good one ,
and , ve wIllingly Entrust our Eons to It. "
Von POdblbskl , conservative , said : "The
socialists wIsh to give s.a . blunt ! knfe ! ! , but
\O want a.sharp sword In order to bo able
at aU times to act effectually for Germany's
honor and protection. " ( Checrs. ) The de-
b.tl then adjourned.
Countess yon Perponcher , formerly Emma
Dr03st. whose arrC.t last week on the charge
of perjury was announced In these dispatches
on Saturday last , has furnished proofs of hlr
marriage to Count von Perponcher , son of
the exchlet court marshal of Emperor Wi-
lam I , and the count offered bal for her re-
lease , but the offer was refused. The countess
Is charged with perjury In denying In court
Inthnacy with a Berlin physician , Dr Bruno
Voight , whose wife I now suing him for dl-
vorce . The doctor was arresto ' at Munich
and line been brought here on the same
charge as the countess. The latter came to
Berlin from America In December , 1893. She
was : married to the young count In America ,
but the marriage was concealed because of
family oppositIon. The mother-In-law of the
countess , wife of the late court marshal , became .
came serIously Iii on receiving the news of
tha scmdal. :
The government hns granted the exequa-
tours of Frcderltk yon Versen , deputy
United States consul at Derln , and William
H. Schaefer , United states vice consul at
Darmen , Rhenish Prussia
The Uncle Sam club , composed of Germnn-
Americans residing here , celebrated 'VaEh
Ington's bIrthday In an appropriate manner.
German mmorts to the Unlat Stat2R < nn-
tnue to Increaie. lrr rj - unr - lIpto
February 20 the exports from Berlin alone
nearly doubled those ot the similar period
. . . .
'Nnt ' 01 the 11.
At the Herrmann performance last night
an Incident occurred which ! was not on the
bill. Daring the performance of " 1err.
mann the Great" 1 gentleman , stopped upon
the stage anti calling Mr. Herrmann to
tIm front presented hIm with n very fine
polished mahogany box with n sterling sliver
top as a token from his many admlrer3 and
frlell In Omaha . This box contained fifty
of the already celebrated "King Herrmann"
cigars , which are manutacturell for lax
Meyer & Co. of Omaha and seem to have
talln the smokers by stotm , as everybody In
Omaha and vicinity smokes only "King
The label Is beautuly gotten up , havIng
a portrait of Mi' . Herrmann In the center :
on tile left a vignette showing him taking
cIgars fron } I box , and on tile right six
roldiora shootng at him , which feat was Performed -
formed , by him at thn Metropolitan opera
house In New York City last summer for
the benefIt of the free Ice fnnd.
Max Meyer & Co. . were very lucky In
hitting upon a popular name hike "King
Horrmann" and obtaining the solo right for
this brand of cIgars In the United States , as
undoubtedly . they will bo sold "cry largely
all over. They are manufactured ) for Max
Meyer & Co. hy Jauflln Dros. , the best
and oldest cigar manufacturers In New York
City . I thc quality Is kept up to that of the
samples , which were distributed In glass
tubes to those who atenllcd the perform-
ances of "Herrmann the Great , " no doubt
they will bo very successful , and we are glad
that It Is an Omaha firm that altos the lead
In an enterprise of tills . kind.
: lut Ilsivo lell' .
OMAhA , March 2.-'fQ the Editor of ¶ 'he
lIce'itis : reference to your article under
the nbove heading In Thursday evenings
Issue , I may state that the family of Herman -
man Crosby , living at 37Z Ohio street , have
for upward of twelve months had their
WUlts aUendcI 10 by the county and our
association , and they are stilt doing bOo A
marriott SOl 1\'lnl with . them also received
ahl from the county , hut ror the reason
that h refused to work his litIppiles . very
properly , were ItclJled , and meantime he
has Illolltp,1 , the more prolable calling or
begln . Yours trul' .
! ! JOHN I.AUOI.AND ,
Secretary Associated Charites of Omaha.
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1lrl' < ii Im')1 " rn
Fire destroyed the stable In the rear of
11 North Twcnty.ffh street last night.
The stable was owned by l.uls Pryor and
the Inmase to the building and contents
was $75. _ _ _ . _ _ _
IIIiLLEIt-Martin. aged 7 : born lay 8.
1819. at Wnriemburg , ( ormlny : died
March 2. 9:41 : a. m. Funeral Monday ,
March 4. Z o'clock p. IlL . from Ul Huth <
Ninth street to Forest I..uwn cemetery ,
under auspices of the Grant Army of the
itepulilie . All members tr the Grand
Army of the Hellublo anti old soldiers In-
vled to attend.
. . ,
WAS TiE SENATE'S BUSY DAY
lava1 Appropriation Bm Provoil Eono 0/ /
. Omtontion :
DrFEWr S HARMONIZE I I CONFERENCE
Not . \1 Smooth RailIng : ' In that LIne , how-
cver-hisye : . \rrnrll to Let tile Sugar ! :
nOIII ) Stlll ni I"be.t
I ) tile Senate.
WASHINGTON , March 2.-Thc near approach -
preach of the close of congress manifested I
Itself today < ill crowded senate galleries , eager !
claimants about the colritlors and the bustle
and contusion of Important meures hur-
rleJly hnnlltd , Tha cnate worked Il1us -
trlously throughout the lay , arid although the
n "al appropriation bill invitc'J flights or
oratory on our new navy , the demands or
time reduced tItle to a mlnlnum nnd made
rapid progress IJosslble. Throughout the day
and again lt the night sesion there was a
determination not to lay It aside until itassed.
There were constant interruptions , however ,
I as conference committees reported their pro. ,
gross In reconciling dllerencN on Pending '
bills between the senate and the house 1ariy
In the day the fortifications and agricultural
bills were finally agreed to and made ready
for the ' .
The differences between the houses on the
Indian bill were p1taly reconciled. Five
cthler.s . besides the naval bill are yet to have
differences harmonIz , . At the outset or the
lebato on the naval bill nn effort was made
ta defeat the plait or redu : lon made by the
appropriation committee' . by which the house
bill was cut about $2GOO.000 , and tim number
or battleships reduced from three to two.
After a sharp debate , In which the need of a
strong navy was dIscussed , the commlleu
was sustalucd. 'ho spcccls of Mr Hi of
New York was notable In urging that the
United Stnte hal won her gratest achievements -
ments without n navy and usually used boU :
diplomacy anti reason Instead of cannon bali
and force. Mr Gorman tool occasion during -
the day to tate If the wholule approprlaUon-s
stood as already made the total for this sos-
slon would exced that of any session since
the government was formed.
Mr. Cull , democrat of Florida , presented
time following telegram from Dr. Monet of
Tampa , 1 la. : "Two American citizens-
Sanguilly and Agirrehave been Incarcer-
ated 11 Hn.ana. Enter a protest and have
thu case investigated at once "
M , ' . Cal asked that the ) committee on for-
eign relations .ct prompty ll a'1e communicate
wIth the State department with a view to
AmerIcan intervention .
Final acton was taken confirming the con-
CErenca agreement on the fortifications Ippro-
prlatol bi , ! r , Gorman In charge of the
naval appr'oprlalon' bill cut f the rush of I
private bills by Iglng thE nC211 of spedy
consideration of this , the last of the great
appropriaton bills. his plan prevailed and
the naval bill was taken up The fIrst item
caused a spirited debate. As proposed by the
committee the number of extra seamen to b
enlisted by the secretary of the navy In times
oi emergency was reduced from 2,000 to
Mr. LOdge of Masachu etts earnestly opposed -
posed the rcdtmction. _
Mr. LOdge and Mr AldrIch paid a high
tribute to the present . secretary . of the navy
( ! r , Herbert )
housE WAS VERY GENEROUS.
Mr Gorman said this naval bill was one of
the moat extraordinary 11eaSUres that had
ever come to the senate from the houso. Time
Navy department had estimated its total
expenses for the year at $30.952,000. . The
hous had increased , this to $31,686,000 , in-
eluding three battle ' ships so It was the
most exceptional blever sent here. . ,
Mr. Hale said \ here was no purpose to
cripple the navy and the relueton' had
been the result ocyise economy .
Mr. -H 1ton'urgel thi building up of ou
navy. .He .hoped. . the. . senate would increase
the number at vessels and the seamen as
provIded by the house. ' ;
Mr. Morgan spelt of the needs of a strong ,
American navy. We could not , he' sold ,
have a great commerce with the world ,
less we took care of It by n navy worthy of
Mr. Hill ot New York spelt from carefully . .
fully prepared manuscript on the needs of an
American navy. He differed , he said , Trans
the distinguished naval authority Mahan.
that no nation could become great without
a great seagoing navy.
Mr. Platt said the respect of the world
increased or decreased accorllng to the naval -
val strength of the nation. I was this that
gave Great Britain her prestige and was
now bringIng Japan rapIdly to the front as
a great power.
Mr. Chandler urged that the most practical -
cal means of permanently buiding up the
navy was judicious economy on the lesser
Mr. Goran gave In dell the number of (
now ships to be floated In the near future !
and said time most ample provision had been
made for them. With great earnestness hI
added : "Dut It Is time for the senators
to consider the vast sums they have been
appropriating within recent dnY ' Senators
should know' I these sums remain In the
bill , this congress will bo the most expensive
that ever assembled since the adoption of
the constitution. You will have appropriated
$520,000,000. a greater sum than was ever
before appropriated. You have done I In
tim face of a depleted treasury. "
Mr. Lodge declared the objection was not
to .economy" bul to making the navy the '
field for this .
only feld economy.
The committee amendment reducing the
number of emergency seamen to 1,000al
then adopted < , ' 31 to 25.
Final action was c. taken confirming the
conference agreement on time agricultural ap-
GUNS FOR AUXILLIARY CUmSERS.
Consideration of time naval bill being 'e-
sumed , ! r. Chandler moved to appropriate
$300.000 for the guns of the steamers Paris
Now York and other auxllary cruisers.
Mr. Blackburn urged . there was no need
of snore guns.
Mr. Mitchell at hIs juncture presented
the credentials of George " ' . McBride as
senator from Oregon tar the term 'bdglnnlng
March 4 , next , to succeed Mr. Dolph
Mr. Sherman said the pacific condition of
affairs made I l certAin thorn . would , bo no
posslblo use for these ships for 'ears.
Time partial report on the Indian approprIa-
ton bill was prcsnte : anI confirmed / and the
Iems of disagreement 'sent back tD conter-
cnee. _ . .
Mr. Squire spoke against time committee
amendment reducing the IPprorrlaton for
Puget sound naval staten from 25.000 to
$200,000. The item was pending , when , at
5:45 : , ho senate . held a briefexecutivo session ,
anti then lOOK a recess unt I O'CIOClt.
'fho senate resumed work at 8 p. m" , and
tIme following bIlls were passed : To amend
the act for the relief of , certain volunteer and
regular soldiers of the late war and time war
with Mexico : t emeriti tile act incorporating
the American university ; to ansentl the act as
to lens of Judgments and decrees of United
Conshleraton of the naval bill was tlon
resumed , ! r. Squire resume his speech : 01
tIle Puget sound naval station , and after
speaking nn hour , ! r. Oorman cousente that
tha Item 0 place at $2GOOOO.
The senate conferees on the diplomatic
and consular appropriation bills reported at
this point they were unable to agree on time
appropriation of $500,000 for beginning the
hawaiian cable , Mv Blackburn EaU the
most strenuous efforts had been made arid
the struggle could .e continued iso lonf r.
Rather than clog time wheels ' of our foreign
service Mr Blackburn said 'he would move
to recede from the cabe : amendment.
TIIEATENED JOHN BULL
Mr , Petgew urged that the senate ro
cede. This halt million was only tie frt '
step toward a'ast outlay. Let nldand
build the cable. There was no fear of Ung-
land. Let hef enter OIl a contest with the
United States. The United States would
sweep Mr commerce from the sea and cap-
Mr. Pettgrew yielded for the presentation
of the conference report tn the District of
Columbia bill , whIch was adopted , The con-
ference rellort on the legislative , executive ,
and JudIcial bill ws ale confirmed . !
! r. LOdge made a spirited reply to ; Ir.
Pettgrew , lie had a large map hung up
graph.nly slo\ylng by various cl ra the
British naval etatons In the Atlantic and
, . . . _ . _ _
l.----- . ; . ' . . - - - - - ? . - "
l'aCIfic. 1 } evarlotma lines 11 showed time
, comparatve huvll strength ot the Unit II
States and . OFFaL ' Britain. There was great
interest In.tb anti the galleries broke Into
butt handbhping when Lodge dramllely :
uld : "Leltl % United States once plant IU
fag on thU lh"alan EOn and no nation on
the face of'fli"earth ' will ever haul It down. "
Time Oflt1arth In the galleries l1tll
10 lang that he ) rNllng ofhlcer threatened
to clear tho'j.mtiheries.
! I , Morg1 Ieacl ' extracts from a message
at Iteshleri' Ie"elnnll In 18SG , In which hG
said the inm3oIfanco of telegrphic communication -
calan Imsornnce . hawaiian Islands anti the
United Sinies .t ou\ not bs overloolcei Referring .
ferrlng to \hl ! ' ! r. Morgan said that meant
that congr 9"'as ' to pass a law to accomplish -
plsh thIs ) , hrrse , I the government had
the constitutional rower to appropriate money
ranking I survey for the cable , why could It
not lay a cablt'n the course of his argument
M : . Morgan ouesUoned whether any citizen
of hawaii mnighmt bo Induced to "wenr tIme
toga" whih some men In the senate disgraced -
graced ; " Mr. Morgan closed at 12:41 : a. m _
STAND FIRM ON THE CABLE.
! ' . Blackburn's ! eton ta reelle was de.
feattd , 27 10 32 , and the bills was sent back
to conference The full vote Is :
ilt'rry , don\m , Pnoo .
Inellmm , Hormnn , llfer ,
Irke , Orn . llIIJNw ,
Call , harris . Hln.m ,
Camlen , htunton JI.ach ,
Cockreli . Jon" ( Ark. ) , Smith ,
Ianlel. Llndeay . "ln.
Jnulknlr , Mcl.nurln , 'nIRh-G. .
Olhson. : niln ,
. \I hilrIelm . Galinger , } 'rlklns ,
AIln , Itoh' , l'lmtt.
AII.on , 1nl"hrugh , Proclor ,
lul'row ! ] 1\I'y. Qua .
luler higgins , ' .
Cameron . iii : : , 1l\nrt ,
( 'imanihier , ' .Il. Tdlcr , I
Ciaiic ! 10111\1. Whil' .
C'lom , Jnllctn , " ' 1"1 : ( \'RAI ) ,
Iublg , ! , Mlclll ( Ore. ) . " 'oleot-2.
I ' rye , Morgan ,
2:20 : a. m.-The navy bill has not passed
the senate. The shnMy el.1 bill with the Ten.
nesree exposition , the monetary conference ,
Nicaraguan canal and some other amend-
ments , are still In couterence. : The tlhpho-
mnle ammd conaular bill Is In conference
with a disagreement on time Hawnlan cable
item. The lnwalnn cable 13 also In confer-
enco wiLls three amendments peimding. No
conrerenco haS yet been held on tile def-
The senate loot ) a recess until 2 p. m.
l)1'JU1ET1tJ _ NiS'S I'nu.n CUUIIJ\ .
"mcrlt , " limtt'rot ' nt I'itnamna Need tIme
L'1tflVtitim of It \ \ ! hl\ ' .
WASHINGTON , March 2.-Secretary Herbert -
bert today receIved ! disquieting advices from
Colombia , believed , to be from CaptaIn Crons-
wel of the Atlanta , relative to the progress
of the revolution In that country. The At-
lanta lies nt Colon on the gulf side oC the
Isthmus , but the..Anmerican Interests on th"
west side , Including the terminal of the
Panama railroad , are very much uxpoed ,
no cruiser beIng nearer thn llonaventur.i ,
Colombia , about , 300 miles distant where
the Hanger has been stationed since I'ebru-
ary 20. Secretary Herbert was In consul -
ton with Secretary Gresham today tOlch-
tug the advisability or seudlng a vessel ti
I'anama which Captnln Cromwell's report
shows to b An.Gfed ! or protection. Nothing
has been heard , ( t the State department for
some time from ! United States Minister McKinney -
Kinney , whd Is supposed to be lt the capl
tal , Dogota , " \n.tho \ [ Interior of Colombia.
n Is surmHcIJ the telcgraph wires com-
municatng wrth "the " coast cable have been
cut or taken"p08'spsslon " ! of by one ot the contending -
tending partl s. "J3te this afternoon SIcre !
tary Herbert 1sftjd an order for the Alert
to proceed ae'oncr from San Jose to Pnnamn
anti this wa' .ca\le(1 ( to the commander of
the vessel. I4'6eiaiiathon for the mnovtment .
- . exlla1aton
was gl.en nk department I ,
G < TIE1UN' : ' Jun'v ULICAN ' I.E\G UE.
' 1' I.
Preparing ftr ' tiidGr'.atOatbcring _ to Com . .
" , , , ttCloveaimd. ! '
W ASHING10N. . .arch 2.-Th.executive .
committee ' of't\O Republican National ' leage
met hero today a , the . Arlington hotel , for
, a three dny bsQslon . . , Thl princial' business -
ness to come. before the committee will b& I
that relating to' the eighth lnual meeting ,
of league clubs , 'whIch ' will be held at Cleveland -
land , 0. , begInning June' } 9 next , and lat-
log three days. n Is expected the Ceve-
land meeting will b-e the largest fn the
history of the league , and extensive prepaa ,
tons will be made to meet - the expected
demand for transportton' , et . ' Those prcs-
ant at today's Ieotng were : President , W
W. Tracey , Illinois : secretary . A. D. Hum-
phrey' New York ; Major A. G. Nealey Ah-
barns Hon. Frank J. Cannon , Utah : Franlt
Campbell , IlnQls : General A. E. McAlpine ,
New Yorlt : . George R. Galher , 1a\yland :
Dr George W. Marshall , Delaware F. , V.
Dcknel , Iowa : Colonel H , D. D. Clay , Vlr '
glnla : Representative-elect Monde1 ofVy
'omlng : Daniel A. T Hay , WashIngton , D
C" , and n. S. Peck , Vermont.
J'allrr"OI 18 1\ ' to Qnlt.
WASHINGTON March 2.-Special ( Tell-
gmm.-Senatc-r ) Manderson says : "I shall
be very glad to close my senatorial career
on Monday next and return to rtclpaton
In business nffalrn. I will remain hero until
about the 12th 'or March , and otter going
to New York antI Phlldelphia on business
I will arrive In Omaha . about the 25th of
the month. ,
Lawyer Thomas of Plalsmonth called
upon Senator Manderson during the nIght
session , accompanied by several ! ladles , and
was given scats In the private gallery or
the senate , . after having been escorted
through Use lobby , the marble room ant
other ' points of interest , including the
rooms cf the president and vice president.
- - - -
Cln \ " " Its ' .tc'cmniiiig Slethoits , .
W ASHING'Oi linrch 2.-An Important
report was lade today to the house from
the Docltery Joint committee containing
resolnlons with reference to the metholl of
eoUeetng and auditing of customs accounts
by rendering the sumo to time auditor or the
rendering lroposet change In the system
of accounts II r ' cmme"t for the port of
Chicago and timii . the report says , should !
be applied to the accounts of the ports of ,
Boston , Baltimore , New Orleans 1hlatel- '
phla anti San Francisco , the naval olcers nt
these ports being abolished. The net saving
to the goveramnemit would be 86,105. The commission -
mission does not recommend the abolton
of the naval officer nt New Yorlt.
r nol ; ; r w t ; Sn O.
WAShINGTON , March 2-The senate
has confirmed the following n mlnatons :
GeorgQ II. SOII of : lcKolrl , to be asslst-
ant Louis treasurer of - the United States at St.
l'oatnmasters : Nebraska-DanIel A. Doyle
nt O'Neill. Wafhlntton-ohn D. 'l''rel nt
Pomeroy. nsas-Charles A. Wels at
Coffeyvillo. ' , ,
II I I tHIO:11 : ly I hu l'r"Ilolt. I
VY4\S1IINGtO. Narch 2.-Tho president
has signed 91folmwing nets : To amend
ecl ' MO , ijcIeml < 1 Statutes , reaU.o : In
steam vessels and fixing time number and
salaries of hul-and boilciinsjmectormi : IUS-
pending time ttn1 of goods In humid Into
time Mexican trite ZOle : ,
" "lt I I/"ih' / " . ' I'ittlI , I I ' 'r' .
W ASINGTONI1hilnrch 2.-Speclal ( Tele.
gram-ScuthlXakota ) postmasters were all-
pointed todays 1"lrolow8 " : Pearl , Jeru11 !
county , Clurn SM'alldocl , vice Elza J ,
Shickley , rosigu4d : Seth , Day county , W . !
Slckley , vice ! UIIU l It , Allen , resIgned.
' , n.v s 4P.I aJ iv ' .V uil'ioa.
'VASIUNG'rON , Iurch 2.-Speclal ( 'ele-
grarnluInjoi'Viiicam ) 1. Wallace , Second
cavalry , Is gnu1t ( , two months' extended
lea ve. - .
To rI . . ! 1 lllrllhllnt. I
As merry 1 IQt Ipf rnaslters as ever gath.
ered together In J 1111 In Omaha partiel-
palnl ; In tie ball , gIven last mmight nit \\'nsh-
Ington hnJ by tlmtmDOnish Turner club The
lioor was crowded by brilliantly costumed
dancers , und the gallery with interstcd
Commtncln/ at 10 o'clock a highly a1U8- ,
log IJrOHam was carried out on the stage . I .
Inl first number was a sword amid buck-
ler dance ! In cld Norse costumes by Mestrs. .
b' " Schebsbc , < J. Jepson , C. JelJSOn , P.
Hemmlnglen , 13. Bierman , C. Larsen. 1.
Aable and 11. Aubet.
Messrs. Jensen und I' . Steln' ! followed
In one of the latelt Impr.ed mlclrt dances ,
under time imigim.sout.tirig ? nom de IJlume
" 1.01 MoimqUItOS. "
J. Jepsuim IoU Herrmann In the lhado IS
the Je\lol Danish magtclan , Max Alexun.
der.The entcrlalnmlnt concluded with a comic
IJntomlme that suede the uudlenc\ fairly
scream with lauh1 r. I was entted " 'ho
( " ' .
Harlequin Mechanlenl Statue .he chnr.
act"rs were ; ( 'ai'i'itmder , Mr E1ermnnj ; C-
lumbtne , Mrs ; The nt'n : Hnrle'luin. Mr.
Jenseim : PI"Tot , Mr. liensrninmgsc'n : a sculim.
tar ! r. f\'lln , (
Dancing Wa9 then resumed anti heist UII
till four n'cloeIc J'I the mOlllnJ. when the
party broke UI' , tired , but satisfied.
: . ' _ II' ' . > , , . . . - , . - - - -
CARRIED TIE SUGAR BOUNTY
Rousa rinnly Accepts the Amendment
Tacked on by the Eonnte ,
C lLD fORT A VERY lVlY oDATE
1'msion , nll 1'tiNsil nt thin Unto of Two a
JUnute-\etlll 01 " ' "rhul CnntlrolCO
Jolorts Occupies 1t t or limo
Time of time Selun.
WAS1NGTON , March -ThG house , fg'
urath'ely speaking , rolled lp its sleeves today
alHl entered on the work or time last Ilgls-
lat\G (1y ( of this evasion , I requires
steady eye and swift and accurate JUllgment
to pilot matters legislative through the home
stretch , anti time speaker , who Is ns luch or
an autocrat In time closing hour of a dying
congres as , the czar of RussIa , hel a tight
rein. I was to hG an all ' , ly antI all night
session , anti time scene was a truly brilliant
one In , time afternoon the speaker made a
few recognitions to pass bills by unanimous
consent , aud undEr suspension of the rules
several were passed , among them one to rc
hubuso officers and sailors . of the navy who I '
hall lost personal property In wrecked "ts-
eels : to grant the Fort hayes military re-sr-
valon ( comprising 6,000 acres ) to the state
or Kausas for time establshment or n western
branch : bf Limo State Agricultural college , anil
10 reimburse Washington and Leo uu\'esile
or Vtrlcnil to the extet of $18,000 for injuries -
Juries sustained ty I during time var . At the
night session the conference report of the
suntry cl\1 bill , which contained the senate
provio'ons : for time pnrehasl of the Dalne site ,
the PaYment or the sugar hount , lt pur-
chase or n printing office site , etc. , had time
might of way. Mr. Syers , chalrmnn of the
appropriations commilee , was nt the helm : ,
and alhough the Ilebate on tIme sugar bOlnt )
was mit' times almost riotous , lIe held time
tiller firm , and long after Ihlnlght , In timc
presence went on. of crowded galleries , the debate
About twent ' -f"o senate his ant resolu.
tons were laid before time house nlHI resolu-I
of them favorably acted upon. Among them ,
was the senate bill to grant to time state of ! .
Kansas the Fort Hays military reser.a-
lon ( comprising GOOO acres ) for the estnb.
Ishment or a western hranch of the State
AgrIculural college. Pension bills favorably
acted on at Inst night's session were passed
at the rate of one every half minute. He-
quests for unanimous consent rained In but
met with objections In alniost every Instance.
Finally Mr. Tucker of Virginia was recog-
nized to pass a bill under suspension or the
rules , appropriating ' $ ,000 for "tVashingtoim
antI Lee university , to reimburse It for lu-
Juries sustained during the war. After some
Ilebate , In which fcsus. Doll.er , Hil hnd
Powers argued the justice of time claifli , Mr.
Ieed protested against considering the bill
on sentmental grounds Instell or the
grounds of reason all wisdom. "Whoe.er
Provokes 'wa ! , " said he , "must take the
constquences-Yen the lawlessnes5 which
destroys institutions of learning. "
Mr. Sickles oC New York , under whose
direction the repairs to Washington and Lee
university were 1ade whie he was In com-
rnnt of the Department - or the Carolinas
In the war , took Issue with Mr. Reed. "Wnr
was war , " salt he. "Its cruelties are nu-
merous. But when time war Is over WI may
rightfully go back to the proclamation of
Lincoln which breathed the broadest Oitls-
lnn sympathy and humanltarlnnlsm and ful-
nil the implied _ promise that InstItutions of
learning and religion should be hell sacred. "
A round of aiplauso greeted General
'Sickles' appeal , and the bill was passel
The' general deficiency bi was sent to
conference. Messrs. Drecklnrldge , Sayers
and' Cannon were appointed conferees on the
'part D.r this hbu e.
I.AGIIQJLJRAL. : AQREED ' 1O. . ,
I. llcvLImAL , DLL EED'.O"
Mr. Hatch presented time conference report
on tt e agricultural bill , showing : a full
agreement on all disputed points. The re-
port was agrEed to. '
On mcton of Mr. Bland , chaIrman of time
, committee on coinage , weight and meas-
' 11res , a resolution was adopted ' designating
the secretary of the treasury , superintendent
, of ' the east and geodetic survey and the
director of the mint a committee to investigate -
gate and report to the next congress the
, advisablly of the adotplon ot the decmal
Mr. Wise of VirginIa then offered a reso-
luton directing the sergeant-at-arms to pay
to members the amount of their salaries
'withhold ' on account of absence. Under nn
old statute discovered early In the first ses-
sion of this congress members were required
to certify to their presence In time house and
their salaries' for such days as they were
absent for other reasons than sickness of
themselves or families were withheld.
! r. Dearmond demanded a second , which
wns ordered ; 15 to 45.
Mr. Wise said Il would not have offered
the resolution If time law bad been fairly
executed. Deductons limed been made from
the salaries of but few members. The vast
majorIty had refusEd to certify their absence
under a law that had not been In force for
twenty ' ears.
Mr. Dearmond , In opposition to time resoh
tion . called attention to the fact that time
house lad already , voted a yea and nay vote
that section 40 of the Revised Statutes was
In force.Ho taunted the house with trying
to backslide. "It Is much In fasimion " said
ho , sarcastically. "llurlng the closing hours
of a dying congress to make ample pro-
vision for its member by its members. "
Mr. D'num of Indiana anll Boatner oC
Louisiana supported the resolution , and
Messrs. Mallory of Florid and Williams of
Mississippi opposed it .
Time result of time vote was 18 to 64 . fourteen -
teen answerIng "present" but not yotng ,
The speaker decided that two-thirds of those
present- had not voted for the resolution , ant
declared I lost.
Mr. Holmnn presented the conference re -
port on time Indian appropriation bill . show-
Inl a partial ngreemont. Tile report was
, agreed to and the , bi sent to further con-
At 6 o'clocl time house took a recess until
PROGRESS ON TIE SUNDRY CIVIL BILL.
At 8 o'cloele , when the house reconvened ,
the galleries were crowded with visitors . and
ll scene on the floor was an animated ommo
Mr. Sayers presente time conference report
on time sundry civil appropriation bilL In
explanation of the report Mr Sayers said
the senate hal added $ 9,972,000 to the bill
as It passed time house or this the senate
hall receded from $ IGG1.39 and time house
hall agreed to $2,47a,000 , leaving about
$5,800,000 still In dispute Among the pro-
vIsions to which time house refused to yield
were the senate provIsion for the retirement
or r2VInUO marine omeers : tie nonronrlatol
of ' $ -15 , OOrer - time Purchase of tho'Ile of
time Balno residence : time $5,000.000 for the
sugar lmotmntles ; $125,000 for time Tcrmhmea.a
exposition ; time senate provision for the In-
vestigatlon and survey of the Nicaragua
camimml route ; $121,000 for time purchase of ad-
dltionmai ground for time printing tmfllce site ;
cud time senate amendment provithimig for a
bimetallic conference. Time report was
Mr. Sayers timers asked time house to further
insist omm Its dIsagreenmeimt to time mtmeimd.
monte specified. After some little alcirmlshi-
lag tlmis action was taken In tite case of the
arnendmeimt for thmo purchase of time Ilialna
site. Time amermdmnemmt relating to the re-
tiremnerit of revenue immarlumo othicera was time
occaaioim for a characteristic simeecim from
Cimamup Clark of MiSsouri , wimo defeated bills
far a similar purpose on two lmrevlous oc.
camsiona. lie insisted to retire the officers
of tIme revenue cutter service would be this
first step Iii time directiomm of establishming a
civil pension list ,
Mr , Mallory of Florida made an earimeat
plea in favor of agreement on time anmmend.
mmiemmt. It was finally decided that the imouse
eitouItl insist on its disagreenment to that
portion of time amncndmmmemmt relating to time
rotirenment of revenue rmmarlno officers , and
agree to the provisions for a revenue emitter
service on time l'aclflc coast to cost $200,000.
Time Imoi'se receded from its disagreement
to time arnontlmeimt for time payimment of $125 , .
000 to the victlnma of time F'ord theater dia.
The Creat contest caine on - time senate
nmentlment , appropriating $5.000,000 for I be
payment of time sugar bounties for time fiscal
year ending Juno 30 imext. Mr , itobertson
of Louisiana mnovotl time house recede train
its disagreement ,
My , Urecicinridgo of K'jntucky argued the
. . . .
- - -lt.- ' - -
jtmstice of the proposition to pay the bounty
for timis year
Mr. Grout of Vermont stmpporteti Mr. Itoh-
ertson's proposition in the interest of the
misaplo sugar sneim of New Inglanti ,
AGILIED ON TilE LEGISI4ATI\'E fllbli.
My , Dockery interrupted tlmc tllscnmssion to
present the conference report on the lcgie-
latIvo apimropriatlon bill ( a ftill agreement ) ,
and it was agreed to ,
Mr. Tarsney of MissourI opposed time payment -
mont of time sugar bounty. lie denied there
% vae numy equmity in time chins , lie reviewctl
the fight mamie by than trurt in the sensate.
For five nuohmthms it held iii , the tariff lull
and finally forced aim ott valorous uhimty of
40 per ceumt on raw amiti a differential eu ro-
fimmeti sumgare , "And yet , " said lie , tLhty
tall : about equity. 1ot thmemmm give back time
' 10 imer cent wiuleim is to continua Indefinitely
lwtore they plead eqmmity. "
Mr. lioatner of Loulsiamma rehearsed time
imistory of time boimumly ammtl indignantly tie-
dared the failure of coimgrcss to vote time
bounty for this year at least meant repudla-
Mr.'iihlarns of MissislppI , in opposition ,
iumsisteti that time payment was no better than
a tlonation to which mncrcimaumte wimo helmi
goods on wlmich time tariff was reduced by the
act of IS3l were as muds eimtltlotl as lime
Mr , Otmtimwaito of OhIo spoke of time bounty
as a bribe to wimm I.ommisiana fremmi 1mev oltl
Political alliance , At timla Point time con-
feremmce report of thio Iiistrict of Colmmmmmlmla
appropriation bill was roportemi anti adopted.
'rho senate lmnti added munmenmhnmoimts nmummomllmt-
ing to $750,359. of vimlchm $387,808 'was
uirohmpetl iii coimfercisce , so the Imili carried
Proceeding , Mr. Outhmwaite said amimlil a
bumrst of republicaum apiiauso , timat if time
sugar botmmmiy was to ho paid , time wool
growers should be paid an immtlemmmimity for
thmo loss cmi the tariff on s'ooi , amid time
mmmammufaetumrers for reductions ems their lire-
ThOUGhT IT ONLY JUSTIQF ,
Mr.Vihsomm of West Virginia , in support of
time bounty , saiti it was uniortumimate that time
question camne before the heuso as an lode-
hCnhieimt ) propositlosm , insteatl of beimmg one of
time logitlmmuate compromises of tIme tariff law.
A boummty vas repugnant to himis , but this was
a casa of imimimpie jmiatico to time sugar raisers.
Mr. Camimmoms of Iiiimmois teumntcti limo democrats -
crats , wimo declared timeir .lmmmalterable oppoal-
tion to a bounty to build up an industry
aimtl who tonlglmt svere ready to vote for a
boummty that was an empty gratumlty , lie
simotmid never vote for it.
Mr , hendricks of Ncw York matle a vicious
attack on time boummty propositioum , In tue
course of whicim lie made several personal
tlmrustmm at CimalrmnaimVilson. .
After same further remarks by Merars.
Payne of New \'orlc , Fitlmiaim of Illinois ,
Dockery of Missoimrl , Bryan of Nebraska and
\'iis of Wiscommsin against , anti Simpson of
lCammsazi Catehings of Misshssitmpl , Bymsuni of
Indiana , amid McKcighman of Nebraska , 1mm
favor of time bounty , Mr. Dingley attempted
to offer an ammendmcnt to tIme senate ammmemmd-
mcimt so 03 to ray timat. portios if the bounty
earned before the new tariff act weimt Into
effect. Time chaIr imcitl Mr. Dhnmgley not. In
ortIe , until Mr. Robertsoms's motion to agree
to the senate ansendunent haul be-en decided
and time rotc' was taken 'by yeas and nays.
In 1S'JO time bounty was forced osm tlsemmm , and
imotimat they hatl done busimmeas under it. in
time laot year there was ito reason It should
not ha raid theism
Time motion was carricd-133-121 , as tel-
lows : -
Attains ( I'a. ) , Goara. I'atterson ,
, hii'rson , ( cve'nhmnincr , Pene ? ,
Aldrich , ( ] oiiisler , l'cnudi'ton ( SV ,
mm.iker IN' . II. ) , Gorinarm , Va. ) ,
llartholdt , Greaham. Perkmns ,
ImartlQtt , Crmmlln ( Mini. ) , i'hlmilps ,
imrt'ckner , Urmiun ( V'is. ) , I'igg'ott ,
ISPIT ) ' , ' .Grout , Powers ,
nmngham , Grow , I'rice.
ruamr : , hager , Qumgg ,
mtootner , I1nhne , flanihaIl ,
14.svers ( Cal. ) , Ilamner , iteyiumrn ,
muntckhnridge , hammer , mtldmaris (0. ( ) ,
S T5rmckner. hiarrms , 1tohrtcon , ( La. )
mro1ermclc Ilartman , Itusk ,
mnromsmwehm Ilaugimerm , 1usel ( Conn , ) ,
mmynumn , Steiner Ryan ,
Cadnmus , Ilermann , Scmernseriiorn ,
Canimnetti , Slicks , Sibley ,
Campbell , ICooker ( Mass , , Slunipson ,
Caruth , hooker ( N , Y. ) Soniers ,
CatchlnRe , Krelth , S'nrg ,
.Chlcmmerlng , - Laptumun , u , Spers ' .
ctmmhiis , , LoFevry. ' SlalIinga , .
Clark ( Ala. ) , Loud , .Stevens.
Cohb ( ate. ) , MactmirC , C. W. Stone ,
CollIn , ataimory W. .4. Stone ,
tovert , Marshall , Stone ( Ky , ) ,
Curtis. MeAleer , . Stratuss ,
1)nizeil , McCuhloeli , Starng- ,
Dnumheha , McDowell , Taibott ( Ed. ) ,
Davey , McGann , Traey
IeForrcst , McKaig. Turphn ,
Iensan , McKehghao , Tyicr ,
Donnoviun , Meihilejoho. Van Voorhie ,
Xroper , MercerVa4owortlm ,
Dunn , aneyer , 'Wanger ,
Durbrrow , Money , Wnlmmngton ,
gngimsnm ( Cal. ) , Mrae , 'Weaver ,
flrdman , Mutchler , White ,
F'erttt , NewiandsVhmiting. .
smeider , Northiwa' , wmmsn ( W.Va. ) ,
Fietcmer Oaden. Woiverton ,
F'ormmman , O'Noll ( ISO. ) , Wrlghmt-133.
Ganiner , Page ,
Alexander. IToh ( Mo. ) , Moses.
Am'nold , Shire , O'Neill ( Mass. ) ,
Babcock , I harrison Outiiwatte ,
rah.iwln , hatch , J'aechah ,
liankhiCad , hayes , I'a-ne ,
liarnea. flearil , L'earsan.
llarwg' , Henderson ( Ia. ) , i't'ndieton ( TeL )
Beiden , Henderson I'lciier ,
neil ( Cole. ) , ( N. C. ) , Itay ,
nel : ( Tex. ) , ITendrix , heed ,
hmehizhmoover , Steamy , Reilly.
Black. mOnt. Bleham-diton
iioen , siolman , ( Mmcml. ) ,
flower ( N , C. ) , Ilopmcmims ( Ill. ) , Riemam dson
Bronchi , IlulsOn , ( 'l'emmmm. ) ,
tlretz , HulleR , - Iiltcihhe ,
mmrooksmmiro , miami , Itobhins ,
Bryan , Hunter , Hai'oms ,
Cabannls. .luhflHn ( N. B. ) , Setihe ,
C.mnnon ( Cci. ) , Jones , Shill ,
Cannon ( Ili. ) , Jordan , Sherman ,
Ciammcey. ICem , Snotmgraas ,
Chant ( Mo. ) , Kelfer , Sprmmger ,
Cockrell , ICyhe , Stephi'nsomm ,
Cofteen , Lane. * ttochiSale ,
Coomser ( lad. ) , Lawson , Swammson ,
Coomier ( VI. ) , Layton , 'l'aibert ,
( 'maids , J.ester , Timricntey ,
Ccnmslns , Little , Tate ,
Cor , Lockwood , 'l'uyjor ( md , ) ,
Cm'.iwtord , iOUt1C7)idager ) , 'ferry ,
Curtuus ( Kimmm , ) , I.tmea , Turner ( Go. ) ,
me Arnmmond , Magrmer , 'humor ( Va. )
Dingicy , Mnrih , Tucker ,
Dimiemmioro , MrCmeary , Walker ,
loi'ker' , McCmi-am-y , Werner ,
Doliivcr , Mclonrmmiond , Wauglm.
noommttie , ameanmimln , veitiocic ,
l-nghhsht ( N. 3 , ) , McNimgmmyVelis. .
Fitmmitmmm , Montgunery , 'iieeer ( Ill. ) ,
Grady , Moon , Wihliamas ( lii. ) ,
Grosvenor , Moore , Woonmmer-iCi ,
himmil ( Iilmnn. ) ,
2:15' : a. m-'l'ime imouse took a recess until
2 o'clock p. m. today ( Sunday ) .
\ONEN'S \ ' CONCRESS CLOSED
Litot Day of' the aroat Oonolmwo of Act-
Vallolci remalo Workor2 , j
THEIR PLATFORM FOHtA1LY ANNOW'CED '
itesolumtions SettlngVortim time , tilmi
l'rincipleq at tim (3tumneIl-1)rmuaim
for Eqummuilty of the Sexes 1mm
\VASIIINGTOM , March 2-Time closing day
of time triesmimiah session Of time National Count-
cli \\'onmenm olmeumed witim time considerations
of bimsinese : mmatters. A cabinet to assist
time Presidehst of Limo council ims aulmmmiumlstoring
executive duties was cimosemi , Time Fiorenco
Crittemmmlemu association was atlmnltted to nisens
boraimip amid time fraternal grcetlimgs of Limo
NationmalVoman's Catholic association vera /4
presentetl , through Olino Itlisoy Seward of this
city , Time report of time treasurer ehmowoti
Limo year's receipts tc be $3,100 , witim alnsost
cqmhai oxpemmditure'm ,
Itcsolumtiomms vero adopted setting fortim Limo $
aimna ammil princiimlcs of time coummcil , They
oxlmresseii nimprectatiomm of time evldoncea of '
time amlyancemmient of rommmcmm ammtl forecasted
Limo timimo ii'hmemi time last rostrictiomm Placed emi
'onmmehi 1mm socIety , cimtirch ammtI mutate , will bo
eratlicated Irons cmmstommms , creed anmul statutes.
iii disctisslimg time conflict of capital mmml labor
tlmo resolumtiommmm urge eo-operntlonm immsteatl of
Commilietitloim , tine sumlmmlssiomm of tliehmmmtee to
thmo volummmtary tribunal of conmcilimstioim and
arbitrationm , ammtl that time govermmmnemmt sot time
etaumularil of eqtmnl wages for equmal worlc , and
mimalce wnhmmemm eqimaily eligible for exainimsa-
tionms amid cmpioymmient ,
Time resolmmtioims verc passed without op.
imositioni smntll a resolumtlon ntlvocatimmg time
ciectiomu or nhmplmoimitmuemmt of wonmsemm eu selmool
boartiq. favoring time estaiillqlmnmcmmt of a
imt'o nl umiive a ty 'a his city for post gma't-
atea stumuly amid emuiorsiimg m.cientitlc temmiper-
alice iii nmmbllc chmooi s'as remucimeti , Time
iimuitatiomms of amlmmiisslon to time national uumii.
veralty to college grauitmates want objectctl to
and lmrccipitated It wrammglo , hilt time resoin.
tiomms u'cre finally atioimtetl in time act ,
Time convcmmtion was brought to a close
this evenimmg. After time mmewly elected of-
Ilcers imzmti boon immtrotlucetl Mary Lowe 1)1cc-
Immsonm of New York City , time iimcominmg
presitlemmt , delivered an niidrcss , followed by
time faroweli address of May WrIgimt Sewahl ,
tIme retiring presldemmt , wino revieis'ed tIme
-progress minI imrinciimies of time council , An
address by time countess of Aberdeen , Iweal-
dcnmt of time International Council of Wonmen ,
closed time meeting.
CHAIUJES HASBROUOE ImI1SSING ,
Leaves it Letter Immmhlcmtthmmg thuS lid hits
( ' 0 sum in I tt cml , LmIcIlo.
Clmarios Ilasbroucic , for a nummmber bf years ' '
a resubmit of this city and connected with
several tirug stores imi the past seven or
eight years , disappeared last imlghmt and time
1)01100 and his friends lmavo boon ummabic to
locate imltim. llasbroimck vmus employed by 0.
F. Bangs iii a drtmg store at Twemmty-flftim and _
Cumning streets five years ago , amid when -
Bangs tIled Hasbrotnck was appointed administrator -
ministrator of the estate. The store was rums
for sonic time tinder imis matmagememit but
% 'as reccmmtly cciii out. Since timat time line.
brooch has been out of emnpioymmiemmt , antI be-
lng mmnable to sumpport imis wife and family
in time manlier 'iii wimich lie desired , imo be.
caumme discouragemly and it is thought ime lies
made an attempt to destroj himself.
A few tiays fli3 Ime gave a check on time
Omnalma National bamik in paymemeimt for a
board bill ho owed for his vlfo and two
children. Time check was given to , Joimn P.
Henderson , proprietor of the Henderson
house at Eighteenth and Nicholas , and wimen
presented to the bank for payment it was
found to bp wortimleas. Time hmroprtetor of
the , hotel timen forbade Imiun , o. stop at the
hotel until , time biil-ws paid , ibut permitted
time wifi and children to remmsain. Timis
seerneti to prey upon his mind , anti last omlehmt
lie sent it messenger oy wiLls a note to
one of his friends , Orin Petrie' , wlmo lives at
Twemity.eigimtit and Webster. The letter is
as follows :
"Won't you go to the Henderson house
and got my wife anti two babies a nil talus -
them to your imorne ? I am ordered out of
time hotel because I cannot paymy board.
Please do it for a poor brother's snake who
Is in trouble. I guess that I am crazy. I
lcnow that I am. it is the last thing that
I shall over ask of mortal man. God bless
my wife and babies. Please go for them-
us soon as you can. I imavo no place to-
take them. You viil know nil In the a. in.
I amn wild arId crazy unmd imnve imeon for
two weeks or more-but my vIfe does not
lcnow It. Please give them a lmome for a
'P. 5.-My vife'S watcth is in time manda
of a man by time name of Jaclc , wimo is in
a saloon at the corner of Sixteenth and
Nicholas , for $3. Her diamnommil ring Is in a
pavmisimoi ) . TIme ticket I enclose , Good-
imyc , 1mm ) ' darlIng , hut I , arn a crazy man ,
You coumiti not love me mnucim any more , "
Time mmigimt clerk at time Henderson house
says that Ilasbrouck has wealthy relatives
Iii New York City , from whmoni lie lies rim-
centiy received money. lie hmami been she nil-
nsinistrtutor for time Bangs estate and
inns canting to imimn In fees $400 , avimich
was to be paid tonmorrow. Hr. Patrie lmms
taken Limo wife anid family to Ills Iiou4e.
. Cimmirgeit avlthm ( hiumnblimmg.
Five methbera of time detective fcrce
'raided ' a room in time r ai' of William
Es'ersole's pool room , tmnder time old .Atii.
letle dull roonme , nosy , the Thurston
ItIfles armory , Inst night , anl arrested
Cimares Ilecic and J. Jeffermi. Time iletoc.
tires got a this tlmat a poiter game avas
beitmg run lii this room and inado an Lit.
tempt to raid it wimhlo tine gnome was In
lmnogress , bout ivimen they miucceetlcri lii got-
tiumg lute time room a game of imigim lIve was
in pm'ogress , anmi no Immtilcatlnns of ay
liokem' gnme were in sight. 'rime men ar-
i'eteiI are ciaimetl by time police to be
ganmblers , anti timey iverim locked up on
the charge of bolmmg gamblers ,
Irlviiig i'tirk 4amociathnn Sheeting ,
Time anmnual meotinmg of time Ornaima Drlv-
lug l'arlc nssoclatiomm symis atljourmmod yesterday -
day to Wemlnestlay at I p. m. , on account
of the lack of a quorum ,
- - -
-j--t Red Blood I
Iii the body of an adult person there are
about 18 pouimdmm of imlood ,
The blood has as its most importantcle-
memitmi , email round corpuscles , red and
white , in proportion of about 300 red to 1
If time imumber of red corpuscles becomes
diminished and the white ones Increased
the blood Is Inmpuro , thin , lackimmg in the
nutrition nmccessary to ecatain the health
and ncrwo strength of the body ,
Thor That Tired Feeling , Ncrvonmsnesa ,
Serofula , Salt Jlhatmm , or others of time long
train of Ills , according to time temperament
and disposition , attack the victim ,
Time only pcrmanemmt remedy In found in
a reliable blood medicine like Hood's
Sarsaparihla , which acts upon the red car-
puscies , ooirlcblng them and inmcrcaslnmg
their number , it timus restores the vital
fluid to healthy conditIon , expels all Smn-
purity , cures Nervousness , ThatTired Feeling -
ing , I3crofula and all oUmer diseases arising
from orprornoted bylowmmtateol the blood ,
That these statements are true wo prove
not by our own statements , but by what
thousands of perfectly reliable people say
about Hood's Sarsmmparihla. Read the testi-
menial in the next column from a beloved
clergyman. Thou take
4' In view of the benefit I have had train
Hood'a Sarsapariila I wish't give tile tel-
lowing testimonial , I hayo several times
Poisoned With Creeping Ivy.
As the old school of medicine simply tried
to remove time symptoms Instead of the
sources of them , much of the poisomm was
loft Iii my symmtein to appear In an itching
Imuinor on my body with every violent ox.
erUon in warm weather , , Atalltlniostlmero
were more or 1035 intlicationd of poison in
my blood , up to a year ego last winter , wJen
Largo Soron Llroko Out
on my body , I then purchased a bottle of
Hood's Barsapariiia , and after using that
and a ball of another bottle , the sores and
hmmrnor disappeared. I attended the Chrhst- $
ian Endeavor Conventiomi In Montreal amid
also visited the World's Fair Jim time hottest
weatimer of Limo summer , Was on the go isU
the time , but
Had No Recurrence
of time burning and Robing sensation
which had marred every previous aura-
mer's outing , I imavo reasoom , therefore ,
to bo enthuslastlo In my pra1sc of Hood's
hiarsniparilis. " BAMuir. H , BcInrELr , pas.
tor of Free Baptist Churcim , Apaismehin , 2. Y ,
So unrn' . I
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