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That is what we onlookers in the halls of congress like to see. A tilt on the floor empties the cloakrooms and lobbies and fills the press gallery in a twinkling. Every one is eager to see the sparks fly. The present session has been prolific of such scenes. When Speaker Crisp and ex- Speaker Reed met in the parliamentary arena n short time ago a crowd gathered around to enjoy the fray. A vote had been taken on a motion that the house tako a recess, and Mr. Enloo made the point of order that no quorum had voted. . Mr. Rood—The gentleman does not nmko the point of no quorum. He makea tljo point tbat no quorum has voted. The Speaker—Under tho rules of thehonso ind the present administration of the hruse, gentlemen ara not considered present unlens they vote. [AppluuBe on tbo Democratic side.] Mr. Reed—That allows, Mr. Speaker, that there haa been a new system adopted wince the last congress. Tho Speaker—That shows that tho prosont accupant of tbo chair will endeavor to enforce the rules of the house. [Applause on tho Democratic side.] Mr. Reed—Nevertheless, Mr. t Speaker, tho observation 1 made Is entirely correct, namely, that tho point which tho gentleman from Tcn- nesso mado was that no quorum has voted, while tho chair announced that the pofathe made was "no quorum." Tho Speaker—No quorum Mr. Reed—Yes, and my observation, notwithstanding the retort of tho chair, was on- ttroly correct. The Speaker~Pei haps it Is, but it Is entirely out of order. Mr. Reed—It was entirely correct, and therefore the chair had uo right to tnako such a remark The Speaker—The gentleman may bo correct, when at tho same Umo he is out of order. Mr. Roed—I was entirely In order when I called tho attention of the chair to tho fact. The Speaker—The chair thinks not. Mr. Reed—Entirely in order. The Speaker—The chair thinks the gentleman is entirely out of order. There wtis.no occasion for any such reply. Tho point was not made by the gentleman from Maino, but by somebody olso—the point of no quorum. Tho chair entertained tho point, whereupon the gcutlermin from Maine made tho suggestion ho has mndu. Mr. Reed—I said to tho chair that the gentleman niude thu point that no quorum had voted, and thai, tho ehuir Mated ,it to lie the point of "no quorum," uhicb is a diirerent proposition; and I had the right to call the at- MANHOOD RESTORED. I Wonchir7ui' 0 sVanUia 1 Hrniedy, la Bold with a Written Quorontee to core all Nervous Disease,, such as Weak Memory, Loss of Brain Power, Headache, Wakefulneas,LostUan. hood, Nervousness, Las* sllude, all drains and loss of power of the Generative- Organs In .——either sex, caused by over-exertion, youthful Indiscretions, or the excessive aseoftohacco, o|>)um, or stimulants, which ultimately eadto lultrmtty. Consumption nud Insanity. 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One of the most amusing scenes ever witnessed in the house was when Mr. Hartor, of Ohio, in the course of a speech on the silver bill, declared that the silver barons hud taken the people by the throat and choked thom, illustrating his meaning by seizing Congressman McKaig, of Maryland, by the neck and giving him a vigorous shaking. Shouts of laughter greeted this performance, and members sitting near by prudently moved out of reach of earnest Mr. Harter's hands. Another funny scene was when Mr. Harter and Mr. Bland, leaders of opposing forces in the silver fight, pulled out their watches and held them up for inspection. Mr. Harter's watch was gold and Mr. Bland's silver, and the earnest way in which they compared them set the house in a roai. A few days later there was another exhibition of watches, when in the course of the tariff debate Butler, of Iowa, and Walker, of Massachusetts, pulled out their timepieces and held them aloft to illustrate their arguments. Last week Speaker Crisp and Mr. Burrows, of Michigan, engaged in parliamentary combat. Mr. Burrows persisted in speaking when tho speaker thought ho was out of order, and in the end the gentleman from Michigan was compelled to take his seat. But he had his revonge on the speaker by engaging in a filibustering campaign which prevented the house doing any business for an entire afternoon. In tho senate these colloquies do not arise very often. Senators are exceedingly dignified, scrupulously careful aa a rule, not to walk on each other's' toes, A few weeks ago a bill to regulate pub- lio printing was under discussion, and for two days the time of the senate was almost altogether taken up by Senators Manderson and Cockroll, whocarried on an incessant conversational debate. Ii wns nil in good temper, except on one occasion, when Mr. Manderson charged Mr. Cockroll with being a common scold, whereat there was a sensation, but Mr. Manih'i'stm instantly softened his blow by adding that ho didn't object to scolding so loug us he had an oii;-ortunity to scold back. No blood was shed. Moro earnest and significant was a recent tilt between Senators Tellcv and Sherman. Tho former, who is one of tho most courageous men in public life, scored Mr. Sherman soundly for attempting to shut off debate on the silver resolutions. When he rose to reply "grand old John Sherman" was evidently much stirred up. Toller had struck fire. Mr. Sherman, tall, gaunt, looking more and moro like his dead brother Tecnmseh as years are added to bis score, swung his long arms about and made a five minute spooch, which or vigor and effectiveness has rarely been equaled In the senate. He denied that he wns trying to suppress debate on the, silver or any other question. He was ready to discuss it now or at any other time. "I make mistakes," ho declared, "bnt. I never run away." And to provo his willingness he threw at tho Bilvor leaders a perfect hurricane of hot shot from his well filled magazine, causing more Hum one obsorvcr to say, "There's a heap of life in the old man yet." One of tho nuisances of debate in tho house is tho interruptions. If an orator will pi'imit it other members will tako up all his timo with questions, some of them pretty hard nuts to crack too. As a rule these interruptions aro taken good naturedly, but occasionally a speaker objects somewhat tartly. Witness tho following colloquy between Pendleton, of West Virginia, and Bontello, of Maine: Mr. Boutolle—Do you want an answer to that question? Mr. Pendleton— I will be very glad to have an aiibwer. Mr. HoutcUo—I will answer the question very cheerfully, and I will answer it by a parable— Mr. Pendleton—I want you to answer my question. Mr. Houtello—The gentleman asks a question very much like tho question that wns Mr. Pemlloton—Aro you answorinir my question or aro you trying to Rot up some parable? Mr. Boutello—I will answer your question if you want an answer, Mr. Pendleton—If you want to answer it I am perf eetly wilUup;; but I am not willing that you shall speak a parable. Mr. Houtelle~I am inclined to think that you could answer Iho question In suit yourself better than I cnu. I do not cure anything nbout your statement or your question. Mr. lYnillettm— And I do uot care anything about you. Your talk is simply on your usual stylo nil tho time. You undertook to answ ;r me, nuil then went out of your way to make a» uncivil and discourteous remark. Mr. B.iutetle-I would like to bavo tho gon- gontleimm address tho chair. Mr. IVndk'ton—You havoaddressed me. Mr. Umitetlc—Now, if you want mo to answer a single question Mr. Peudluton—I do not desire you to answer a single question. Mr. Bimtello -Then, Mr. Chairman, I simply suggest that. tbo gentleman bad bettor uot propound questions if bo does not. want them an-, awert-d. v Sir. Pendleton—It is a question which has on- gagcil tho attention of the profoundest thinkers of our times Mr. lioiitcllo—Including tho gentleman from West Virginia. Mr. Pendleton—Though it haa not engaged yours very deoply. And I think in addition it should engage your attention to exercise a llt- tlo more civility, u little moro courtesy, and to cease to mnko yourself tho only member on this lloor from Iho state of Maine who U eminent only for discourtesy. Incivility and ill brcedlniT- 1 bavo fouud tbat to be your conduct ever stneo I havo been here, and I do uot desire to have any further conversation with you or Interruptions from you. Another scone was when Mr. Hatch, of Missouri, attacked young George Fred Williams, of Massachusetts, and spoke of his '•incomparable egotism," of "statesmen who were still in swaddling clothes," etc. Mr. Williams attompted to interrupt and shook his fist at Hatch, but tho Missouriau has t great voice, and with it he easily drowned out tho words of his antagonist. Hatch capped tho climax by offering to trade William? off for "tho Hocltless statesman from Kansas," a proposition to swap New England Democracy for western Farmers' Alliance men, which caused no end of merriment in the hull, in which Mr. Williams heartily joined. for Infants and Children* •^s^s.UhtqwtJajUrjt^lochfldranttat I reoomsuod It aa nrperior to amy preecripttoai tnomtome." H. A. Aacraa, It. IX. Ill So. 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Best distrib'ii'ng point in the west. All parties wanting stockers and feeders should try tln^ .market. Information furbished upon Application. BENJ. W, LAPP, General Manager, Mc A MM ON SALT BATHS, HOT BATHS, COLD BATHS. No. 20 North Main Street. Open on Sunday until noon. COMPANY. Do all kinds of Transferring and Hauling. Especially prepared to move Iron Safes and all kinds of machinery, being the only one in the city having the necessary articles for the moving of heavy goods ty • Occasionally the best of friends get into spats in tho heat of debate. Henderson, of Iowa, and Saycrs, of Texas, aru both good lighters, members of the same committee and warm friends. One day they bad a dispute about a question of fact. In parliamentary language, tho lie was all but passed. They clinched their fists and looked savagely at each other. Instantly there was great confusion in the hull, and while the speaker was pounding his desk to splinters in tin effort to restore order, the combatants came to their senses, smiled ut each other and tho war cloud was gone. V^al-teh Wjellman, f e Pay Freight on Local or Car Lots and transfer it from any depot to any part of the city at reasonable rates. Years of experience in boxing and moving enables us to move Pianos and Household Goods without the least injury. If you wsjnt to move your office or household goods we can do It better for you tiian anyone elsd and save you money. Storage Department. We have the largest brick store room in the city for storing goods. Parties leaving the city can hotre their goods packed by ub , stored away and shipped whenever desired. This is one of our specialties. We guarantee our work to be flrst-class in every respect and use tee utmost care. A reasonable price is all we ask and a trial will convince you that we are the best. STOVE DEPARTMENT. 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