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Several Senators Ready to Talk on This Subject. INDIAN \PPROPEIATIONS RAISED. House A».-4cs to Several Amendtnents-*BHI For three Additional Circuit Judges rn»»cil--Trlmblc'» Nomination Confirmed. Olnoy Wnnt* More Partlcnlan From Judge Dundy— Treasury Cash ttatnnce. WASHINOTON, June 11,— In the senate Wednesday three bills providing an additional circuit jti'lge in the Seventh, Eight and Ninth judicial districts respectively Were takuu from the calendar and passed, A recommendation offered by Mr. Morgan was passed calling on the secretary of the treasury for certain information: 1. What amount of gold coin has been received by the treasury department since Nov. 1, 1898? , 2. How much was received from the sale of bonds and to what persons or banking institutions such bonds were Bold? 8. What outstanding obligations have been redeemed hi gold since that date? The tariff bill was then' taken up and Sherman (Rep,, O.) made an argument against free wool. His speech was confined to the consideration of effect of free wool upon the revenue of the country and upon the wool industry, Dubois (Or.) then spoke against the bill, particularly free wool. Mltohell Opposed Free Wool. Mitchell (Or.) also opposed free wool. He argued the Pacific coast would be more injuriously affected by- free wool than any other part of the country Free wool meant absolute destruction to the wool growing industry of Oregon, an industry which had grown to be of vast importance to the state. Senator Frye declared Australia could produce enough wool to supply the entire consumption of the United States. Australian wool, he said, could be laid down in New York for five cents a pound. Yet it was the deliberate intention of the Democratic majority to subject every farmer in the United States, whether he had fed his sheep six months of the year in Maine or allowed them to run wild all the year round in Texas, to such annihilatory competition from Australia. When this discussion ended at 6:30, 'Senator Quay took his manuscript from his desk and .began the eighth install ment of his famous speech begun just two months ago. After he had spoken 15 minutes, Mr. Harris, in charge of the tariff bill, asked him to yield to him (Harris). Ho called attention to the slow progress of the bill, two days al ready having been consumed in general debate on the wool schedule. He then made a request for unanimous consent that the wool schedule be proceeded with under the 5 -minute rule after Mr. Aidrich, who desired to speak, had finished. The request developed the fact that Messrs. Lodge, Chandlei Platt and others desired to address the senate on the general subject of the schedule and Mr. Harris with reluctance said he was compelled to respect the request* of these senator*, and would, therefore, postpone his request to proceed under the 5-minute rule. _ INDIAN APPROPRIATION BILL. Several of the Amount* In tbe Original Bill Iiicronsc'1. WASHINGTON, June 14.— In the house during the morning hour Wednesday the following bill was passed: To amend the act constituting circuit, courts of appeal •o as to permit appeals to be taken from their judgments, appointing receivers without accompanying injunctions. The Indian appropriation bill was then taken up. Delegate Flynu (O, T.) obtained the adoption of an amendment waiving the restrictions to the sale of lands owned in severally by Indians over 81 years old, go for as applies to the citizen band of Pottawatomiee, except when such Indians are residents of Oklahoma. An amendment was offered by Holuiau increasing the appropriation for the support of civilization of the Apaches, Co- inauchee, Kiowas.Wichitus and affiliated .tribes ou reservation from |00,000 to $100,000. Adopted. A slight diversion waa caused by Linton (Mich.), who replied to tho charges against him and bis connection with the A. P. A. contained in Weadock's iipeeuh a few days ago. He denied all the allegations made and assorted they were utterly untrue. He declared the decrees of a church were not to be made paramount to the demands of a political party. Weadock, replying, and desiring to prove the aouuraey of one of his charges, that Liuton waa a member of tho A. P. A., asked him tho direct question whether ho is a member of that organ- isation. "I do nut propose to bo catochked," replied Liutou. Oauuou (Ilia.) offered another amendment increasing tho appropriation for the Shoshouo Indian* iu Idaho from f 10,000 to tlg.OOO. Agreed to. Gluirltjr AUdt to the Trump Army, WAfllUNCITON, JUUU H.— Mordi I, Swift of the Boston industrial army spoke to the houso committoti ou labor. Charity, be urguod, weakened tha fiber of worklugiueu, aud perhaps added to the trump army, In Boston the policy had beeu adopted of giving aluu to those out of work uud iu ueed. U would be better to fuvuish public work by which those iu want could become producers instead of deadweights to the community. Ho advocated public farms, fuo- torlw or work ou roads. The wuges of government work should bo lower than tho private employment, HO that men woulft not resort to them only iu ouae of uocotwity, ......... Vcat 'I'UX WABUINUTON, Juno i<i, tfitvo iioticu tit' uu tliu iuuiuuo tux sfrnuiu of thu tariff bill, which would wwij't i'fow uporutiuuv tf tho Uu uU i'rutomal awl buuuvolwit ur> A DESERTER. First Party on Fence—There goes another deserter from the British navy. Second Party on Fence—What do yon mean ? "That old flit running- away from an English bark."—Life. IE WELLING NOMINATED nansa<= >pulist Convention Did by Acclamation. - EQUAL RIGHTS PLANK ADOPTED. gamzations. Ho said be believed the bill as it nov stood would do that, but in , order to make it perfectly plain this: amendment would be added. FOR A NATIONALIZED CURRENCY. ! Bcpretentatlve Walker on the Proposed ( New System of Bank*. ! WASHINGTON, June H.— Represents) tive Walker (Mass.), a veteran membei of the committee on banking, says that in his opinion the question, jfcf banking j and currency about to be matured into) a comprehensive 'system by a select! committee of five members under a re- \ cent vote of the banking committee, is • the most important subject before con-' gress, not second to the tariff. Recent j discussion in the house and in committee .' has made the substantial features of the j system reasonably certain. It will be in the direction of national currency and natiqnal banking, and away from the state banking, and baaed on gold and j . silver instead of bonds. The general desire is to create a system of national banks which shall proceed along lines j parallel to the present national banks. , The latter will be merged gradually into and absorbed by the new system. Olney Wants More Particulars. WASHINGTON, June U.— Attorney Gen eral Olney has received a dispatch from Judge Dundy at Omaha asking for troops to protect Union Pacific property from damage by commonwealers at Juleebnrg and Ogallala. Mr. Olney has, however, taken no action except to send for farther particulars. Treasury Gash Balance. WASHINGTON, June 14. — The cash balance in the treasury Wednesday was $110,007,140, of which $60,103,227 was gold reserve. This amount will be further reduced by the withdrawal of 11,250,000, which is engaged for ship* ment. _ Trimble's Nomination Confirmed. WASHINGTON, June 14.— The senate made the following confirmations: H. H, Trimble, pension agent at Des Moines, la. j William J. H. Ballard, consul at Hull, England. GOES TO HER JTOUNG HUSBAND, Mrs. Minerva Merrlek-Orohardson Bequeath* Nearly « Million Dollars. CHICAGO, June 14 — The estate loft by Mrs. Minerva Merrick-Orchardsou, the spiritualist, who died at Cincinnati, is variously estimated at from (400,000 to $800,000, all bequeathed to her husband, Professor ChaN<i Orchardsou, 30 years her junior. Orchardson was formerly a painter of some note, but a spiritualist and anarchist, and was for some time a companion of Diss Debar. About two years ago he met Mrs. Minerva Merrick at a studio at Philadelphia. Although he was 32 and she 60 years old, they wore married, he receiving $50,000 iu cash as a wedding present. Mrs. Or- ohardsou's bequest will be fiercely contested by her relatives. OnlueM Gousul Ituuiovod. SAN FHANOJSCO, June 14,— Information was received here that Owyang King, Chinese consul at this port, had been removed by special order of Yung} Yu, Chinwjo minister at Washington, TUB cause is said to .have been th..t Owyang King disobeyed tho express orders of the Chinese minister iu continuing the wrojjBoiiUou of one Honshu, 4 Chinese procuress, after he hod been dirtxitod to drop tho oasa. Advisvs « (UolU NUuiiard. BUENOS A.YUK8, June 14.— A dispatch from Quito auy« that tho Kouudoroau oougroai was opened. The president, iu bin message, advlsou the creation of a gold standard. Tho senatorial elections lit Colombia have resulted iu a defeat for the Conservatives. A number of journals iu VeiuixueU, which wore opposed to the govern went, have beeu suppressed. ttuw TliroaieiMHl. LOB ANOEI.KS, Gal., June 14.— Judge Rossseuteuuod tup 170 wualera who stole tuettalu ou the Atluutiu aud Pauiflu rail. road at Darstow on Junu 6 to four mouths iu the county juil, Judge Rosa had received the following threatening letter; "You uonUmcu onu of the industrials to jail and you will get some dyua- wite. By order of K," North Uithoitt llofiimllug lluud* Aw»n). OiUND FouKB, N. p., Juuw U.—Stutu VriMUiyor Nuwluwl of North Dakota uiw uwuvded to a Chiiuigo houuo fSO.OUO twenty your 4 i»'i' ot»H n'fuuiliiig bomla buiitg HouW by tho staU'in uout>UU<raliou (if tuuir t.'iliiii., aleut the cupltul oxtwwiuu, bouds for winch no jnu'olutatn 1 has Uueu fouutl. M'BRIOE AND COMPROMISE. •ays He Did What He Believed Was For Bout Interests of Miners. COLUMBUS, June 14.—President Mo- Bride of tho United Mine Workers •tated that he believed that when the miners had read anfl considered the cir- ular letter sent out by the national executive board explaining the compromise they would see/it in a diftrent light and accept the>^Bettlemont. He said the miners had forced the matter of the Btrifee last fall •> and he would hav» T& signed at that time if they had permitted him to do so. He had done what he believed was for the interests of the miners when- he agreed to the compromise. He relieved himself of the responsibility and the miners would now have to assume it if they continued the strike. Ohio Blllltla as Pugilists. McCkAiNESViLLE, O., June 14^ While company K of the Eighth regiment was guarding a deep cut near this place the men were attacked by about 30 strikers, who were armed with stones and clubs. Tho soldiers, seeing that the 'attacking party had no firearms, threw down their weapons and went at the mob with bare fists. In less than two minutes the whole party of Poles and Italians were put to flight without bloodshed. Crested Butte Miners Strike. DENVER, June 14.—Tho coal miners strike in this state does not appear to be neariug a settlement. Over 300 men employed in the Crested Butte mines decided to strike until the schedule oi three years ago is restored. At Spring Gulch the men have gone out. This will compel the coke ovens at Cardiff to close down. The situation in the Trinidad district is unchanged. Southern Illinois Operators! SPRINGFIELD, Ills., June 14.—The coal operators of the Springfield subdistrict met and passed resolutions to the ef >ct that the settlement effected at Colun >ua by the miners and operators does not include the central and southern 111 )is fields, and that tho operators eubui a scale of prices to be paid until Ma) 1, 1895. Leading miners are of the opit.ion that tho strike will continue in this district. Call For Mollrlde's Resignation. LASALUS, Ills., June 14.—The miners of Wheeling held a meeting at which resolutions were adopted debouncing the action of the delegates at Columbus and calling for the resignation of President MoBrido and others responsible. The men resolved not to go to work unless they were paid last year's prices. Cotton Mills Closed. POMEBOY, Juno 14.—A secret meeting of coal operators was held here aud it was resolved to pay $l,f5 per 100 busheli for mining. Owing to feverish condition of affairs elsewhere this offer will not be made for a few days. Tho big cotton mill) here and at Middleport have closed down for lack of fuel. Will Resume Work Monday. SFRINQFIKLD, O., June 14.— J. W. Hagan, the Ohio Southern agent at Wellatown, O., has notified General Freight Agent Youse that the Jackson county miners, numbering 4,000 men, will resume work ou Monday uext. Wan* Last Year's i'rlooi. SWUNG VAULEY, Ills., June u.— At a delegate maotiug of uortheru Illinois miners, at which at least 1,000 miners woru represented, it was unanimously resolved to never dig a ton of caul until the operators restore last year's prices. Colorado ttUte Truoos Home Again. DENVEU. Juno 14.—Tho state troopa sent to suppress the trouble at Crlpplu Crock have returned homo, except 850 iiii'ii, who woru loft us guards at tho various minus during the uext bO cluyn, lUutuvky Uluurs at Work. LKXINUTON, June 14.—Three hundred minors in the Buattyville coal district have resumed work. Huns for His Huaro. Cuiutao, Juno 14.—Joseph H. Mo- Olu<snoy hus uoinmonuetl tmit for$JOO,OiiO ugtiiiuit Thomas F, Morgan, uxocnitor of EIKMWSW Morgan, deceased. The pluiutiU iiu old rau'dwt of Couauutiout aud ISuunoger Morgan resided iu LouUoii. Thy pluiutiff says tho amount twetl fur is duo him u» part of Uis interest iu uu Idaho mining dual. Alls* WllluwJ Balis Jvr Uimiu. .lavtuu'oou Juno 14. -Mia* Kntuuott Willurd, i»«wid«ut of t,lu* National Women's Christian 'iYuitwruutjpPuuUiu, sailed for Now York with liov/aeorotury, Auua (jtorjAyu, on tho T uuloulo. Busaii H. Anthony and Rev. Anna Shaw Pin on Populist Badges—Resolutions Denouncing tho A. P. A. Pntted—Field Seems Clear For Este—Kansas Prohibition Ticket—South Dakota Populists. TOPEKA, Juno 14.—When the Populist state convention met Wednesday mom- Ing it concluded the election of members of the state central committee aud by a unanimous vote re-elected John W. Briedenthal chairman of the committee. When the minority report of the resolution committee was presented it was received with a storm of applause. The convention decided to insert a suffrage plank by a vote of H26 to 280. The enthusiasm was greatly increased when Susan B. Anthony and Rev. Anna Shaw stepped to the speaker's station and pinned Populist badges ou their breasts. Immediately upon the adoption of the woman suffrage plank, the convention adopted the entire platform, with a few trifling corrections in phraseology. The clause was added to the suffrage plank that it should not be made a test of party fealty. Convention took a recess until 2 p. in. Resolution Denouncing the A. P. A. The delegates straggled in very slowly after the noon recess and it was >):4t> before the chairman could secure order. The sensation of the day was sprung on the convention in the shape of a resolution denouncing the A. P. A. A motion to table it was lost—298 to 218—and it was passed by a viva voce vote. Nominations for state officers followed. George W. Clark, present assistant attorney general, W. O. Webb of Shawnee and M. B. Nicholson of Council Grove were placed in nomination for associate justice of the supreme court. Clark was nominated on the first ballot. Governor L, D. Levelling was renom- inated by acclamation. D. I.' Fur'ueck of Shawnee was nominated for lieutenant governor over Percy A_, Daniels, tho present incumbent andJ. B. Randolph of Emporia, J. W. Adams of Smith county for secretary of state; W. H. Biddle for treasurer; John T. Little for attorney ' general; Van B. Prather for auditor, and I W. A. Harris for cougresstnau-at-large j were all nominated by acclamation. I John Gray of Osage county was given I the floor by consent .and stated he bad ; been voting a protest against the administration from the miners of Kansas. Gray is the man who has been fighting the administration all along on account of these mining disturbances. "General" Henry Bennet, commander of the commonwealers' forces in Kansas ! City, addressed the convention and collected $102 for the use of the army. The convention then adjourned sine die. Kansas Prohibition ticket. EMPOUIA, June 14.— The state ticket of the Kansas Prohibitionists was completed as follows: Governor, I. O. Pickering, Olathe; lieutenant governor, H. G, Doughart, Hiawatha; secretary of state, i. M. Howard, Wichita; associate justice, Judge Silver, Topeka; auditor, J. P. Perkins, Columbus; treasurer, Jamee Murray, Baldwin, chaplain Qf Kansas G. A. R.; attorney general, M. A, Van Bennett, Cherokee; superintendent public instructions, Mrs. A. Allison, Cuba; congressman-at-large, Major Holsinger, Bosedale. _ Field (teems Clear For Etle. SAN FRANCISCO, June 14.— D. N. Burns, one of the leaders of the Republican party, announces thattth'e local delegation will support M. M. Esto for the Republican gubernatorial nomination at the Sacramento convention uext week. In consequence nearly -all tho other candidates have withdrawn, and the field seems clear for Este. The probable nominee was the Republican candidate for governor ID years ago. He was chairman of the Republican national convention of 1H88. _ South Dakota Populist*. MITCHELL, S. D., Juno 14.— The attendance at the Populist convention has fallen short of expectations. There are not to exceed 200 here besides delegates. The conveutioB appoiiitoi a platform committee after a teat of strength between Buchanan and Ixmcks in which tho former won. Meredith of Sioux Falls is after the nomination for governor. Tho permanent chairman is A. J. McCanu of Penuiugtou. Democratic Nv KANSAS CITY, Juno 14.— A call luu been issued by the president of thu sti'tn Democratic Negro league of Missouri tot a convention in Kaunas City thu swaul Tuesday iu July, for thu purpose of i>K>o(. ing two delegates to the negro national Democratic convention at ludiauuuolia in August. Tolas IHilDintUw l>ft Ihe Hall. FOIIT Wcumi, June 14,— Iu tho Kepub- licau state league convention, by a ruling of the chair, it was ducitlcd that no delegates from a club composed of blacks and whites were entitled to ropriuouta- Uou, whereupon uiumbersof mixed clubs pulled off their badgi-s aud loft the hall. flqv. PMibaok's mump A|i|iulii<ui«ul«. Lirrus ROOK, Ark.. JUBU 14.— Governor PiahUauk made appoiuttueuU to •peak iu 18 couutios ou hia senatorial canvass, opuuiiig at Muguolia Juno 14 ttWl dosing at Arkadolphltk July 14. WUixiiulw Pruulb* U«el, MUAVAVKRK, Juno H,~ Tho prohibition state convi'iitiou mot how. Thcoo huudral dclfgHtiw rtijristeral, llutli l<i>\vt>r<iil licit uvr'i Itcooril. LOUISVILUK, June 14.— Fully 10,000 law tho 10-inilo biuytHti road raco !u<iv. MiiUT cvf Indmuunoliti uml Bulwoll oi Covinytou, Ky., both lowurud tho record of 37; 17 4-f', uiiulo by William Uuttnorot Klhtuuutb, N, J., ou Juuu U. Uiuu wua Wl:oi uud SidwoUN 'AIM, THAT TAKI THR J1K8T WITH f^f vv i i n SHILOHS CURE fl.CO Bottle. Oneoentadoro. tea GREAT/COUGH here all .others fall. C ^•hroat, Hoarseness, Wnooplnff Cough and promptly cure* hi, Croup, lore ' ~ eh Asthma. For Consumption It has no rival: hag cured thousands, and will CURB YOU it LILOH'SCATARRH __ Bav^ ,-ou catarrh v This remedy Is guaranteed to cure you. Price, COcta, Injector free. Sold by£C. H. 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