The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 73, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 14, 1883 Page: 1 of 8
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WX!0I.T!ATRII WtTTl TTTK I
wallas daily coiiiiwaaAUf
DURING THE EXCITEMENT OF
By our Competitors we hive gore
L The PbUe U wall aware that when we
It ' carry no uool over 111T SKI L XllKM
....... .7 . imiroua were uenarreil fruia availing themselves ol the
"K . "A'w'AlHS which were on our Counter We have therefore decided not to
aark tbeui up to olU prices but to otter them at the
Reduced Prices Advertised
Fon anotheh tveei:ix.
" Oar friend will And the Price oT the Goods mentioned EXCEEDINGLY to W and we
SMiire them this opportunity will not preaeut Itself Kiln
r lu addition to goods uieutloued lu LAST WUBK'8 HAKOA1N a ALE we have placed
w iuiiwwiiik uvoui in our .
Boot and Shoe Department!
r ftouee the Reductions and In each and
I IN LADIES' SHOES.
French Kid Button French Heel re-
duced from 18 00 to $6 00
' .Trench and Cur KM "Turns" to-
; duoed from 5 00 to 4 35
.French Kid Button Burts reduced
.' from 6 50 to 4 NS
Cur. Kid Button reduced from 4 00 to 8 40
.: In Misses' and In Children's Shoes.
' Kid Buttoned reduced from (2 51 to $2 15
glove Top reduced from 2 60 to . 00
loth Top reduced from 2 25 i 75
. - Pebble Uoal Button reduced from. 1 Ottng V5
- In Men's Shoes and in Men's loots.
Congress end Alexis reduced from.?8 00 to 12 50
-v. Hand Sewed London Tip. Cougress
; reduced from 4 60 to 8 75
. Plain Calf Congress reduced frota. . 4 E0 to 8 75
Plain Calr Alexis reduced from 4 00 to' 3 50
I Creole Congress reduced from. 6 00 to 4 00
THiiSE PRICES ARE FOR THIS WEEK.
Keferrlne to our DKT GOODS dki'Artmrwt .uii . .n n. .........
40 a large Hue of ' mo
ICASSIMERES JEANS FLANNELS AND LINDSEYS
which we have marked down EXCEEDINGLY LOW. As a Special
I llargaiu for our Liuly Friends we offer this week a large lot of
I Black and Colored 5-Hook Kid Gloves
at Uie extremely low price of
I w-fc- v jurs v v - i i via cents per pair
n BtHiu an ever onerea to this public nt SM.3S. . In every Instance
we Invite 81JCUKSSFI L COIIPKTITION and giiar'ntM In all cases our Prices to be
I SANGEE BKOTHEBS.
The success of our Great Bargain Sale last week
was complete. Never in such weather has our store
been so crowded or our sales so large and our custo-
mers never better satisfied. We have shown that it is
possible to turn a "dull season into a busy one and that
first-class Goods at sufficiently low prices will always
This Week we are Beady for Our Patrons Again with a Fresh Assortment of
Every Counter Will Display its Line of Goods Specially
Promised for this Occasion and all at Prices that
We invite the few who are still strangers to our inethod
of doing business to come and judge for themselves of the
5S?.0SS ?our efforts to place before tho public a OON-
iu cii apprcciaie an opportunity to secure
- jjoods at a mere
will do well to call this week and see what we are offering in
Colored Silks and Satins at 6oc. a yard; goods worth from
Soc. to (
Double width All-Wool Ladies' Cloth all colors at 75c;
worth $1.25 per yard.
' Fine Silk Dress Plushes that sold at $3.50 per yard
. only $1.95 per yard.
' A line of All-Wool Imported Cassimcres at 75c; worth
from U to $1.50 per yard.
Find white Damask German Turkey red Table Linen
50c. a yard; worth 75c.
'; I 50 dozen Linen Damask and Huck Towels at only 10c.
are worth double.
t In every instance we invite successful competition and
guarantee in all cases our prices to be much less than any ad-
1 Vertised below New York cost and selling out. '
along qnietly u we do every teuon
announce sale we GIVE KKAL ltaRUAINS.
OUT. Owing to the Imvlemeut weather of
every cane you will BEK A DECIDED
IN LADIES SHOES.
Cur Kid. "Common Bonne" Heel
reduced from 3 50 to 12 90
Wre Top Button Kjd Foxed re-
diioedfrom s. 8 00 to 2 40
Cloth Top Button Kid Foxed re-
duced from 2 75 to t 00
Bide Lace Kid A Goat re'e'd from 2 50 to 1 25
In Misses' and in Children's Shoes
Pebble Goat Leather lip "reduced
from..... ; 11 50 toll CO
Pebble Goat Buttoned reduced
from l 25 to l f
in Men's Shoes and in Men's Boots.
Fine Calf Boots reduced from (4 00 to S3 00
Vine Calf Bonis reduced from S N) to 2 75
Heavy Boots reduced from 8 50 to 8 00
Heavy Boots reduced from....
Heavy Boois reduced from....
2 I.i to 2 25
2 lU to 2 Oil
fraction of their usual orice
TEXAS WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY U ISS8.-T0L XXlKoTrT
Senate : Mr. Terrell Want the Paj
mentor a School Poll Tax the
(JualitlcaUoa for Yot-iurj-A
Uarhor aud.Pier Scheme "Hobs op
Serenely "from Galveston -Mr.
(Jibbs liorge KIset
AsaluMt the Sister the Cousin the
Aauts ana the kin Generally
"I'tle-Drlrer" Jones Annoancei that
He Lives Where the Sad Sea
Waves Moan But
.Nevertheless He is Solid on th
Harrlsou Speaks Boldly Against Bun-
JetTcrson Invaded by Deputy United
' States Marshals.
A San Antonio Livery Man's rafaltafnl
Gambler Cuts Another Severe!
Other Interesting News by Specials.
Austin Feb. 23.-Special.-retitions:
By Mr. Fleming-Prom citizens of Eastland
ceunty asking that convicts be conlined
within the Peiiitentisir.
From oitizens of Howard county asking
that school lands be placed on the market.
From citizens of Stephens county pro-
testing against a change In their Judicial
By Sir. Terroll-jFrom N. A. Bosford.pray-
mg lor reuci.
Mr. Terrell from judiciary committee
No. 1. presented a minority renort favorinir
lhe passage of a resolition preventing per.
sons from voting who have not paid their
scuooi poll tax.
Unfavorably To a cbango ol the rule in
actions for damages
Unfavorably Tbatcounty commissioners
in certain counties appoint cattle and hW
Unfavorably Authorizing the Issuance ol
distress warrants attachments and seques
trations by justices of the peace.
Unfavorably Granting leave of absence
to certain Judges a general bill covering
ae sunjoci matter Having passed the
Unfavorably Requiring that all taxes be
paid before deeds are recorded.
Bills referred: By Mr. Stratton-to au
thorlze the Gulf aud. Harbor company of
Oalveslon to construct a protected pier or
piers in tue open pull at Galveston.
Uy Mr. Jones-To amend the law grant-
ing a charter to Houston so as to confer
mure amnoruy on tue city council to levy
taxes for street and other iuiorovements:
also making it a burglary to eutera house
uuruig me uay or nignt lor the purpose of
By Mr. Gooch Fixing the fees
of justices of the peace
.u muvaii uraia uuu iiroyiuiug mat tliu
state-pay all fees when au inquest iu held
over a penitentiary convict; also to amend
the constitution diminishing the number
in terms oi couniy conns lor criminal busi'
By Mr. Pfeufl'er by request-' purchase
i"ri.rii8 01 me governors ot iexas.
11 V Mr. GibbS ForbilllllllV tha .mnlnn
mcnt by any stute olllcer at tho expense of
ofore ui any rviaiire 10 SUCU Slate 01-
lioer: also bv renuoat. irnnlimr aiofn rU.
men the privilege to erect a monument on
uiu uumuii Eronnus
r7 Air. r 'Iciuinc To nmnnrt tha l.
relutivfl to bringing suits for damages for
By Mr. Pope-That the senate hold two
oeouuuo oa'iy. jteierreu.
ny air. uavts lhat tho sergeant-
at-arnis purchase copies of tbe laws of the
omueiHu iHgtsmiure lor rue use of the
Mr. Traylor called up the substitute for
house bills l'JO and 1H5 providing for tho
locating ol a branch asylum In north Texas
but the senate refused tn rmwrin rmm
auinuuiiiviitui locaung it at mineral Wells
and providing that not less than 000 acres
be purchased. The bUl was deferred to a
The land bill mirier rnnnlilnrnllnn
day was taken up and thepentlingquestion
S rr.. ""' yeas n noes. iy
Ihe bill was recommittxil.
Mr. l'eacock mnvml tn nxnn.l.1o !..
just Minea. uousmeraoie discission fol-
lowed pending which Mr. Pope moved the
(iiuviuus quesiion wnicn was seconded
o.m vue main question was ordered pond
ing wlikiU Mr.roDa wltlulraw hi. mXin
and Mr. Houston took thn tlnn ni
estly contetuled that it was best to consider
the bill at this time.
. Mr. Davis Insisted that the bill be recon-
siuerou. as. in nis nmiiknn. the Mnmin
uuuiu irHare a saitsinciory Dill.
Mr. l'eacock contended
wotiHi unnccossarily delay the passage of
Mr. rone urrred that the Mil h
routed anu that tha rnmmliio. h. i..
strncted to report back a bill providing for
uir. a iiuos exiiiHinefi rniit. iia mm rrn
I 1 ! I ....
part of the state kissed by the waves of the
and therefore no improper motive could be
charged against him for fivoring recom-
mitting tbe bill. He favored a lease and
desired the committee to rnnnrt h k a hill
Kiui. wuere lanu svntiirjiT.An nro imtnnn
providing for the samo
Mr. Klmnnon favored a sale and lease
System but It did not cnnvlnoa l.ltn II. i.
was best to recommit the pending bill. He
thought It best to consider the bills tn com-
mittee of the whole and trv tn fruma ...
of them au acceptable bill.
pir. uoocn noped the motion to recom.
mil would Drevnil. and that Dm .nt r..n.
cced to instruct the committee.
Mr. Johnson of Shelby moved the previ-
ous question which wns now seconded and
mn inntii tuesiiun oruoreu.
rar. rope moved a call of the senate.
Mr. Houston rained the nin r ...i..
that a cull was not in order clmn th
queetlon had been ordered and the point
of order waa sustained.
air rope appealed from the decision of
v ' LJ J.
Pending discussion the ' aajTurued.
the chair and the decision of the chair was
sustain! yeas nooa 2.
The vute recurring on the motion to re-
consider tna vote recynuu.iiinu tbe bill it
Mr. I'eacork moved the hill k .ii
to the oommitt. ol tbe wljnle and that
lUo senate rt iuto committee to consider
the same. Withdrawn.
Mr. Gooch Ollered a resolution that th.
committee on pnblic lands prepare a bill
contain: ng provisions for the sale
or lease ol lands tbe lease to run leu years.
"u turee cents auu lor sale on
J?s'. Um l percent interest.etc
ilr.iltming moved to refer to the com-
mittee on public lands. Lost.
1'leafUr moved to adjourn till 10 o'clock
air. Davis moved
call of tha senate.
Mr. Terrell moved a reconsideration of
the vote placing the senate under a call
and that the senate go into committve ol
the whole to morrow uiorniug lo consider
tbe reaofmiou. Adopted and the senate
The Mtldtnir busilieu. th hill ruluttno In
electioie was taken up when Caven re
newed an amendment made on yesterday
to allow compensation to officers of eleu-
tions tot; only one dav and one night.
Caven in aupport of the amendment ar-
gued that to pay more would be to place a
preruiuta on dolay.
uavis ol vamp fully Indorsed the sent!-
menu eacpresscd by the gemleman lrom
l.abult honed the amenitment wr.nl I ho
aeieaiea ana stated that in Galveston it
someiinjas required lour or uve days to
count tbe votes of the wards.
Ihe amendment was adopted and the bill
passed to engrossment.
tiaiitb of Travis was added to the com-
mittee on finance and Pendleton tn the
committee on judicial districts by tbe
jretiliuoc and memorials:
By Acker From the citizens of llnmni
county asking for the restoration of the
civu ana criminal jurisdiction of the county
court of said county.
y maimer f rom me citizens of t:ii.
well asking legislation to prevent railways
iruui uunruuug streets auu puoiic uigu
Several petitions were received on
By l'hslpe Vy request A memorial from
me mew Horn lei as & Uexiean Railway
company asking for the issuance of land
Bills and resolntions : By Cramer An
amendment providing that a stieriai ran.
stable cannot serve any process without a
replevin bond; also an amendment provid-
ing that if any executor administrator or
guardian shall defraud any creditor he
sutui ue ueeuieu gumy Ol SWinailUg.
Bv Henderson lieotiiriiiv ntl
ors besidts county surveyors to record their
By McAlpin Providing thtt notice in
nowspsperi shall be given twenty days
prior to the collection of taxes.
By McBride An amendment in rtfer-
euce to the expenses of serving processes in
By Frymier To authorize the collection
oi judgments against deceased persons.
By llavis of Lamar To author
a countlea to invest sinking
luuds and other monies in
county bonds; also a bill requiring county
surveyors in cases of arbitration to make
the surveys; also to require them to make
surveys iu action of trespass to try title.
By Acker To restore tbe criminal and
civa juruulictlon of Burnet county.
U'i.h'11? request a oiu authorizing
the Oulf her and Harbar. company of U il-
Vtstou tt-i-onsiiuct and Onerate piers and
harbors in the gulf opposite the city of Gal-
veston and to grant certain land rights and
By Garrison An amendment relating to
the pay ol jurors in criminal cases.
By Foster of Limestone A constitu-
tional amendment giving the legislature
powr to regulate railroad Ireights ibrouL'h
The bill to provide for the surrender of
charters of incorporated cities and t vns in
this state and to authorize the 'ities
wherein said cities or towns are L .d to
become their suvcsnors and to confer such
powers on the comity commissioners court
as may be necessary lor the trovermnent
and well-being oi said cities and towns was
taken up when Mr. Labatt the author ol
th oill stated that it only allscted the cily
ol'Galvestou and its object wns to consoli-
date the government of the city and county
thereby lessening the expenses necessarily
incurred by having two sets of officers.
Nash ollered an nnnnli..ii .r.i.n
that tho commissioners courts should bo
paid exclusively from the tax of the
uuj. Auopieu. as amended the bill
passed to engrossment.
j.ne special order being Brown's resolu-
tion to have two sessions daily together
miuuitj lesuiuuuns oi iramer and tavin
oi a similar character were taken up.wheu
roster pi Gravson ollered a mbstitute
that the hoiue hold two sessions dnilv. h..
ginning at 9:ao a. m. and 2:J p. m.
Upson hoped that the substitute would
be rejected and maintained that
the lionnce committee had too
much work to perform tor the members of
that committee to be forced to remain in
the house all dav.
Harrison-"Jesolutlnnsof this kind clog
the wheels of leitKilaiTnn. TIa . u...
who have Drcsenied tlmca ininin
done It simply for buncombe. They have
got themselves right upon the record and
1 nioye to lay the resolutions on the table."
Applause The motion carried.
lht i bill amending the o"ld Sunday law so
as to bring employes qnder the purview of
fho same was taken tin. wln.n llmr..ni
moved to amend-by permitting sales to be
umde after 8 p. m.
llazlewood moved to lay the motion on
the table. Adopted.
Brown Offered All nmpniliiintit tn avnnml
uuiiiui nun uuriiia
Jones offered a substitute by makln It
burial or shrouduiR material. AdoDted.
Am -...1 1 ;v v v "WI
Labatt Ouer'ii nn nmanfl
tl..t -r ..... n.. ;".V"'.. I""""'"1
....v..:o ui uver iu.uw innaDiiants may
by city ordinance he m-neiii! tn .il
after 4 p. m. '
Towusend offered a yiubstltute to the
...uuuicin peruiiiung saies up to io a. ni.
and from 4 p. m.
llazlewood moved to lay tbemmendments
and substitute on the table. The ayes and
noes being called for the ayes were 41 and
noes 41. The speaker voted aye thereby
tabling the ameudment.
The bill passed to engrotKment with the
amendment only of McAlpin adding the
word "nmviKinn." .o...
Hie bill ainendiriir the E.amn law r.
which the committee reported a iitbstitute
PtllllSllinB bersons fnr nlrni.nitir n kiln...
deer within stated periods was taken up
when Caven explained that the Mil only
changed the time of killing and entrapping
Ha.lewood moved an Indefinite
ment of tbe bill contending that theiwople
ot the state had no interest in it.
Scott favored postponement and saltl he
bad never known a conviction (roin a
violation ot the game Jaw; said
the next thing the legislature
would want to do would be to prescribe
tbe manner of catching a rabbit with a
bob-tailed flee and moved to table the
wl-oJe tlunir. The mntimi tn 1-i.u ....
lost. " "
Wurzbach offered a resnlntlnn in hm hill
prohibiting the killing ol deer between tbe
20th day ot January aud the 1st day of
jjerry oirerea an amendment permitting
T.. .f'uTlW" aieiaiiuer
"orepiny of Erath ootintv i psntt.i
15" U Uer on their own premises.
mlh."'11 P!t!.s"1 0 nffrn! without
J"' ' p" ni.ninK Persons f.r coneeaJing
7? ky ""'her. the same as the
oriBinafoSender. passed toengiosamenu
1 hb 11 changing the venue uncivil cases
eaving it to the discretion of the judgfaf
LTfilT"11 lh vil'"'oe on each side as o
whether a change otvemie shall be niade.
?0'!nlv.vniiia'ukh lu house ad-
journed to "J:3o to-morrow.
ine committea on i.ni...i.i. m
meet tomorrow evening to consider the
relntion to ratify the lease. eu"T ne
1 he comptroller tiaid lm h.
lay $7uuo to the credit nf .h- Zr"l?
Keceipts froin sale of lands $7000.
hJ ??Jlt "nd hrbot hW.iutroduced
by r.mest tins mornlng.gives tbe comnanv
aosolnte control over the gilt front of Gaf-
nave read the bill disapprove of it in toto
ni'IV?.?'tam 6e committee will it
The house committee on railroads will
probably report back ChenoweA'aUroaa
t. 'IS.? . 11 "oderstood they got
through tak ing teetimony to-day.
lo-night at about 8 o'clock a lamp exnlo-
.ullT Ci hoaiRl' frauie EuifJing
situated ouKastBiis .1' A V5
inh.nn" scs'rl overthe flrwrand beds
l?rl m.? nd in cw mln' "he en!
a negro woman anil hn.nii.i i. '
patients in the hospital al ot w ho.u were
l ALVESTON Feb. 13.-rSn.o!.l 1T
feellivan of the Mexican National railroad
who arrived from Mexico this morning by
the steamship Whltaey brings information
that the road was opened for business to
aiaravatio on February nth and hita kAAn
fflfPJS?! AeamWand Is
northern.:? '" I" '"emy-two kilometres
w. UMa run It
..yt".n.f ma.u n""1. A. Keflron was ar
f.iTi.T. u.CJ.ca Wis morning charred
$ (VA- ""PP"'" iloon of
se slon J l : I.""in" we ?un- PO
HmA -.."..n.!i "'"-""J' "IU 0e
Baih avenue! Very st-ble 00
Whitnev finnf v nSeJ? by tle ''VUshlp
Iley'from Ver Cm .this mJrnlnir.
who i. 5.V;"1 A- ludmah
dniu.i l? tlie amounf of several hnndied
dollars. He was employed as teleerai.h
ttt i?V".-onai.. The vesTel
" . v "i e W by pol
am l . rZ. m he eluded them
and arrived upon the same steamer with
iionbu 1a f" fc-- -"'ies the alSga-
tlon. Ho left fnr Kan . -l ... ..." VB
Twenty deputy Unite; ' Bt7e Trshals
7SVra.H' worniignd left for
ai that point. The ian . ..-
eo anJ tl.P"la.ed.f violating th!
ir.v. V i" reooill eiectiou.
Weather bulletin for the cotton bolt. fnr.
wn"y. "'Mi.'!."'" conjunction
- v .nu-B 0I lno state:
r)slv..An T?P.4llti. Temp. Rainfall
Iremont opera-house at Galveston and
emVfl.ll;teB-- of 1IotlsK"'. aurtag the
Is considerable excitement here over a dig-
"oraiMrs. Dan Smith dated St.
Louis informing her husband that .i.n i.i
H Vrii I a ''""usonie man named C. M.
trri .f""h 18 fespected livery muu
" '""'" "'""y'npamy ol thoentlre comma
Slw""1 hero a" obtained
win tu s contulcnce rmder cover of Odd
fellowship and thus met his wifo who be-
ng of rapid Inclination became ' at ached
to Harris. She eft thn elt- ini - .J !
aw ostensibly to visit relatives "
1 ho engineering party bai.lmgrtn the lo-
rmif '.ranc of 18 uns r. way
n t J lZeS3tncmr W "t'otit an
Ke . I. m'kJZ wi..r" 1 '"-h
1 UKl.. Callahan and Shackloford 'countlo" .
and Is to bs constructed immediately This
no' kTnn".1 ana
: . v""r'iOi aim son. Aim ui.
MiNEoLA Feb. 13.-fSpeolal.l-Tho re.
mams ci .miss .ina Goodjwhodicd of pneu.
monia on the 12th Inst. wero interred to-
day. The funeral services wore held at the
winch the body was followed to th. SmSSr?
by a large community of friends and ac-
"Huusi cuuren nv kav t a vi...k.n
v.. lV.;.v.:t.r".!..rn?"u..'f' '?
pupils of the public Khool
AllSl lommin Wlnulna nf T...li .
here this morning oi pneumonia and the
body was taken to Terrell for bnrial.
beveral other cases are In town but thev
are recovering. ' '
We have had very little rain tc-day and
some sunshine duriiifnhe afternoon .
iiusiness ts dull In conseiiuence of the nr.
w-s've rain for the past threo days.
tug Dtoa ttperatio mlnstre Is played
... ueig .ma season.
. Temrkaua. '
isxAiiKjtA Feb. 13.-tSpclal.-Two
gammers in toner s gambling.hon.se got
Into a fight last "night in which one w..
severely cut on the nock and face. Th.
wound is not dangoroua.
This eveninz. a work
r r ivcu in in a nico ana badlv
nun oy a mule he was shooing.
"'' bfore ."'''eh a petition Is laid to
the object of which seems lobe to get rhl
of the nreent Justice of tho peace.
Toe Federal court of Jolfcrson has nearly
depopulated our town of attorneys.
raxisow Feb. 13.-rSpeclal.l-A fralchi
train which left here this morning run Into
another freight train at 8outh Canadian
and killed Brakemen Willis and Frank
Decker wrecking both trains. "
Geptaln Fecos of the Denlson artlllerv
and chief of the hre department was bail
queued last night on the eve of hied!
parture to Fort Wlh. oinisde.
ler Mil "'nui' our-are tnr:;x
store nr t.r..n it.i.t.i.u . A.
J I'KICM Vs5 tK.Nl
KEY X0TES AND FLASHES
llolh Houses of Congress are Silll
rioaaius; Away at tbe Tariff la.
iqiilty- Tale or
4 Two Cities"
Cincinnati ami Louisville. Hnth
VThleh are "Len tt the Merry
Clnelniwti's Bljr Sewer Bursts ami
Mueh Property ant
Octuiaioniugr Loss of Llfe-Keaehln-
Looisvllle (he Freshot Breaks
Away Dams Destroys
Houses Drives People lrom their lied-
Aud Creates Wreck Havoc
auu nuch Misery.
Horror aud TToe.witliBroodlitg win--
never uver inn
Two Cities and Desolation is Written
ou Many of
Their Lintels and Gloom Pervades
Other Foreign aud Domestic News.
Wasiiinutok Feb. 13.-The president
laid before the senate resolutions of the
legislature of Nebraska asking for the ad-
mission of Canadian lumber free of duty.
Mr. Sewell presented the credentials of
Mr. Mcriierson re-eleotcd senator from
The president laid before the senate res-
olutions ol the commercial exchange of
Chicago requesting the passage of a fair
Just and equitable bankrupt law.
Mr. Kellogg Introduced two bllli to im-
prove the navigation of the Mississippi
The tarill bill was taken up tho pending
question being an ameudment proposed
laBt evening by Mr. Morrill by instruction
oi the committee on finance reducing from
five-hundredths to four-hundredth! or a
cent per pound additional duty to be paid
on sugars above No. 13 Dutch standard
from every degree or lraction of a deprei
above 75 degreos as shown by tiie pol'arl-
scone. Mr. Kolly said the proposed amendment
aU"J't to ugar producers although iu
uw mvricav ja ll'JllierB (
Mr. Bayard moved to amend by nikin
the duty on all sugars not above No. f
Dutch standard aud not above 73 degrees
by the polariscope one and twenty live
one-hundredths of a cent per pound for
every degree or fraction of a degree above
78 degrees. Agreed to by 45 to 15.
Mr. Bock moved to make tho dul y on
sugar above No. 13 and not above ISO. iti
Dutch standard 2 40100 cents per pound.
Agreed to by 3tl to 10 t"i..m.
Ou motion of Mr. Morrijl the vote on
sugurs ubovo Ne. 13 and not above No. 1(1
Dutch standard was reconsidered and the"
rate was made 2 Vi-100 cents per pound
1 he rate on sugars above No. K and not
above No. 20 Dutch standard was made J
cents aud ou that above No. 20 nVlrh
atniidard.Slcenis per pound. ' a
Tho tobacco sched
temporarily. 1 v"r
Ou the suggestion of Mr. i'latt no
changes were nimle in the cotton scheiiuln.
vu uutiiniui mr. njcinorson Jute whlrh
had been struck out in the committee of
Lm w.h0'?' wu' stored at the rate in the
billot $15 per ton. Jute bulls uli.n .
go upou tbe free lists. '
The other amendments made in commit-
tee of t he wholo. In rnh.il.... in .i '
jure of jute were made lo cSntbrni to"
this action hut nn .m .!.. i.'.L u
duty of 20 per cent ad vulnr.. L . I "?
fncturtsof lute butts or the manulacture"
of articles of which they shall be the com-
I'uiirut yr tuiei value was agroed .o.
graph embracing seines but on motion of
Mr. Sewell tho paragraph was amended so
mr. voiigor moven to strike out tha para
as to read seines seiuo ami
per cent ait valorem
.Mr. Cpnger withdrew his motion.
On Mr. I'lult'a nintlnn tl. ..i
schedule wasluken up and a substitute
adopted for the paragraph struck out in
committee ol th i whole aud the succe edin
Mr. I'latt offered the fnlln.i... i
said was satisfactory to cigar nianufactur-
era and would hn h. . .
satisfactory to . tobacco grower a!s
Leaf tobacco of which H5 .
cent. Is of the requisite siuo and ot
necessary flnoness of texture to be suitable
for wrannera. and nf li..h n .
leaves are requisite to weigh a pound if not
stemmed 7ft cents per pound; it stemmed.
vl pur pound. '.
Alter uiscusslon. In which Mr. Wllliami
Mr. Jones of Flnr da. Mr H....I.J S!' .
Call took part the amendment was aireed
to ayes 35: nays 141.
The senate then resnmoil mi..:i..'.h
of the wool schedule. The value of
wools of the first-class at . (be
last place whence . exiiortnd m .v
United States on which a duty of
10 cents tier nonnd Is Inl.l k.i
fixed in committee of the whole at 3 ' ceuta
or less per pound was restored to 30 cents.-
or less as In the original bill. '
The remaining nmunilm
schedule were agreed to and tho tchedn'e t f
books etc.. being-ra.h.l n
Jaurncd. ' v"n au-
OO mutton Of l.vnnh Ik. ...... i.m
passed authorizing the commissioner ol Ihe
Freedmnn Btvlnir and Tni ..
audit all clolma against the company and
pay all divideuds due on account which
guRt 1H81 prosouted inee tuo alt of Au-
The sennle bill nsaaul .i..ii.. .'..v .
of-waytpthe St.' Louis HanFioi-0
uaiiroaa oompany through the Fort Bmitb.
Arkansas military reservation. 1
' l'age chairman of the committee on com.
merce rcoorted the river and i.o.h. i. h
Ordored printod aud recommitted lai
in7 W 000tb lpproprlallon "commended
The bouse Wen went Into committee or
the whole on the tariir bill. TOmml" or
The clause relative to Iron nn .i..i
cloths was aiuondedon reoommendatioa of
the committee ofwavs and means so as to
read a follow i "Provided further that
Iron or steel-wire cloth and Petting in.de '
VonUnned oa sTIfth faf.
f . s
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