The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 110, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 4, 1885 Page: 1 of 8
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E-.-DALLAS BAILY HEBALD
Although Blaine and Logan were defeated
In Hie lust riwldcutittl Campaign
BRAND & LOGAN
PROPRIETORS Of TUB
CORNER P0YDRA8 and POLK 8T8.
Still Continue to be the Leading LanndrymeD
OF THE CITY OF I).U.IA8.
M (). BAYNE J.T.TREZBVANT Jr.
K. M. REARDON Cashier.
Dallas' Itioil Bank
Authorized Capital . 1500000
Capital Pid in $150000
Surplus ami Undivided Profits $15000
AccoQtito of Merchants ad Umitaato Solicited
Piubctorb: 8. 0. ISayne V. B. Worsham
T. K. Kergusson. A. J. Porter J. T. Tree-
rani Jr. T. L. Marsalls Alfred Davis O. A
KfHtlnKi K- M. Keardon.
Tlie following; are prominent subscribers
lo the stock of this bnnk:
O. M. TKUl'TM AN. President Central Na-
tional Bunk Philadelphia.
T. W. BROWN of Provident Life undTruft
W. A. PULLMAN President Seaboard
Bunk New York.
JAM KS K. OHANNIH of Tradesmen's
t; Hi Ion ul Bnnk New York.
8. O. BAYNE President Flint National
Bank Bradford Pa. and Vice-President
Seaboard Bunk New York.
L. K. I.AWTON of First National Bunk
Clean N. Y.
N. . BUTLER of First National Bank
Olean N. Y.
.1. R. HASJNA of Weir Plow Co. Mora-
Ii. o'DAY General Jlnnnirer National
Transit Company of United SIhIor
J(IH. HIOKI' of t he Standard (ill Co.
Commencing February 1 1883.
The Tremont Hotel
WILL BE UNDER M Y' MAN AOK.M KNT.
G. McGINLEY Proji'r
AT 'HOUSTOji TnXAX
IF YOU WANT A
From Ihc Ordinary Hotel Stylo Btop at
Corner Hots Avo
and Sycamore St.
iiatjoiSi $a.ro V.lZll I)v
TH E TAR lift Is second to none. The BED.
HINU and FURNITURE lSHiip-rlor lo that
of any Hotel In the state No extra charge
for fuel. SP-riO.M K COM FORTS.
ALFJt:: FLLTCliKir lnnger.
The Grand Windsor
--V -t S; tJ
WI1016SSI8 mm 011 MFloer m Biealiy Daiapl lij Water
Alljlhe'iROods will ho s;ireadjit for sale' as follows :
100 pair KID GLOVES at 40c; former price 75c.
ruir lino Foster
dczcii Dress Buttons at 5c ; lornu r pri:'1 25n. to 35.
yards Rushing at 5c; former price 20c. to 30c.
10000 yards Ribbon at 5c. to loc ; former prices 10c. to 50c.
; 2500 yards Silk Velvets and Vclvjtoe ns at 50c. on tho dollar.
1000 yards Silk Flushes at 50c. and COc.
2000 Ostrich Tips all colors at 10c 15c. and 25c; former prico25c. to 85c.
300 Ostrich Plume s at 50c 75c. and. $1.
1200 Linen Collars at 5c.
100 Natural Part Hair Waves at 75c; former prio? $2.50. ;
50 Human Hair Braids at 75c; former prico $2.50j;o $3.50.
1000 Untrimmed Hats and Bonnets at 10c.'":
250 Trimmed Hats and Ecnnets at $1; former price $3.50.
This will undersell all bargains ever offered heretofore. I will"continue"to
sell at former sdverti&cd prices until all the goods are sold-TO MAKE ROO M
and ROOM WE liUST HAVETo enlarge every department in tho wholesale
and retail FOR OUR COMING- SPRING- TRADE.
XjJk3DTEl& SUITS I
DAMAGED DY WATER.
100 Ladies' Suits satin and velvet trimmed at $4.80; former price $10.
50 Silk Suits black and colored at $15; former price $35 and $50.
SLIGHTLY DAMAGED-Cloaks Dolmans Circulars Newmarkets and
Jackets-ATt HALF CT FORMER PRICES.
COME EARLY TO AVOID THE ItUSII.
3EXTRAINDUCEMENTS OFFERED WHOLESALEJTJYERS.j
THE INAUGURATION AT
SURPASSES ALL PREVIOUS EFFORTS.
Therefore kind friends visit us tli's week-hill surely pay
For when you leave most willingly joa'II say
And truly too "They've done us a worthy service
Told us no lies mide us no misstitemeDts "
COMI'Al!lSOS(.F(i0OIS AM) PRICES HAS PI.ACL1US AT THE HEAD
OF THE LIST AS THE
BARGAIN HOUSE OF DALLAS
WE OlPJUlsr THE SEASON WITH
Tim Hut (Jualily Fancy a id Slilrfuif Calico : 20 jards for ifl.00
The Newest Styles and Fa'. t Color Lhwiim i s 20 yards for $1.00
New Styles la tho Favorite Cniitou mill Kmfrew i liinlmnis 10 yards tor $1.00
wge bizo Aii.i.iiieii lowtls : : s 8 and 10 Tor $1.00
Fine Super Fall Iteguiar Missed Solid Color Hose : : 4 pair for $1.00
Liiuies' l ine nit nose in Hluek and Colors : : $1.00 a pair.
The J.nrgcst Line of ) nibroideiles In Dallas : 5c. ad Kic.ayard.
The Hnndsoniest and Cheap tit Mao of Edgings and Inserting lOe. to $1 a yard
13 yuru rieees 01 Ail-Linen J oreiion Laee : :
Unexcelled forLadl. s' Underwear Garments :
Ladles' Hands' 1110 Heady. made I'iinIhik re and Silk Suits
The Best Kid Bull m Ladles' Shoe In Tow a : :
40 dozen Children's and Hisses' New Haisand allors
We have also received ew Luces in r'an jOiiin al ami Spanish. Fine I1M1
Point Emliroidcries All Over Ea hro'dei les AHOver Net Atliite Goods1 F.te.
Tw j morecoli niiisconld he closely lllied mid then one. hair the bargains nol he
But 'tis batter
"Have more than thou showest
Sjeak less than thou knowest."
OLDSSlTfl BifliEi 714 Elm Si.
1 ; 1 j
patent G-hook ludGlovcs.al 0O..V former pnce$1.30
: from 2 c
: for $2.00
all 25c. lo50e.
if i v 1 J
WEDNESDAY MARCH 4 1885.
READY FOR THE RIBBONS.
Clcuduud at 'asljliitoii toReeelTe the
ltelns of internment.
HE AND ARTHUR MEET AND CHAT.
The Capital Crowded with Visitors
THE INAUGURAL CEREMONIES.
Stream of lliimnniiy un the Way-lto-jolcingt
of the Anrlont Pcmooracy
- Scene at the White Homo
GENERAL WASHINGTON REPORTS
l'riHitrnt CUvt'lnml'a Klmt Iy la Wuli-
InKtun. Wahhinoton MatvU ;! Spoclal.
There are now 157 brass lunula IW Wush-
innton eaeh one of which w ill to-iuor-row
march at tho hoad of a political
Trains aro arriving ovary 10 minutes.
Kvory M and llttlo hot;'l was orowdud
liy 6 o'clock ami this evening rooms In
private umisea wore being routed at ex-
l'lesldoiit clect Clcveliitul arrived In
the city at 7;:i0 o'clock and was driven
to tho Ariinntoti house whoro ho re-
niainod until 2 o'clock.
Attorney Genoral Rrewutor and Seeio-
tury Mcl'ulloch wore amoiiK tho proinl-
nont callers. .
mr. vnas unci ocnator liayard lo
L'allfld upon the president.
Tim cabinet resiL'iied at noon and at
i! o'clock tho president-elect was driven
to tho wliito-h'insp whci'o ho was re-
ceived by 1'rehident Arthur who es-
corted him through tho famous build-
Mr. CMovoluud walked hack to his
hoiol and arrived at tho uleps juit ns
tho Tamiiiitny Hail organization was
p.iivinK by. Jn answer to the vecilerotis
applause ho rals d his hat aud went
into tliu hotel.
Tim mouthers of tho prosident-olcct's
coming cabinet will bo In all probability
those nnnouiu.'ed In yesterday's papers.
Mr. William C. Wliltney tho probable
Hccrelnry of tho navy is nlso sloppier
at tliu Arlinntou and had a long talk
.vith tho presidout-oleet this forenoon
TIi 0 pro)frainmo of tho inauguration
ueromouieH has not vet been made pub-
lie but I hat it will dill'or materially
from thai of lour yors airo la not uj
A lunch waaservui in tho lirosldent-
e'.vol's aparlmutits a ;i o'clock and from
that limo until evening visitor!) poured
Into tho chambers and shook hands
with tho future preident.
IVeililcnt Arthur sent up his card at
I o'clock and was Immediately fthowu
up. Tho two Konlelinori enframed In au
hour's conversation and arraui;ed tho
details of tho movements to-morrow
This -i tho aeeoad tium I'residotit Ar-
thur and Dm prei l nt-elect h ive mot
tin lir-l limo litdi. X nt Ju Ige Fuei's
Simator Voorheoa called In tho even-
Itij ui d presMd njrdii tVo llfcess-lly of
aipoitilinn McD.inuel to a position In
tho eablnul but hi argti'iionts were
Arrival of II r. tl. Vf laiid ami Tarty nt
WaMiinuton Much 3. At 7 o'c li i k
this meniini wliei: the nusls of Hie
nlu;lil still clutiix around the R Ullmoro
t Ohio dopot and but few persons wnia
ou' R Hpocial train hearing the pred-
donl elocl ami his p utv dre.v up on a
Hide track In the d. vol. A committee
of cllu.eus appoiuteil by Chairman Cor-
coihii to iria ive the i res.it-eecl had
been i 'trni(i. hv I'iio tl.-it in dei-ln d
to avoid ai.y ci ion and u d
pten-r l'iro-..viiTi at i oia lim iiira
1 1 i ! r - nl his hotel. Tin y were m-
f ii iued yMi tiIiiv af rnooa bv no'io-
lierioftho Kenale ill ..Ijxuai d liv tiov.
Ch veland iih a iiipiIkiiii id furlln'r coin-
luuiiicHtion th it nili r nod privalo nr-
r.ii'.;i un ills li::i.. a m ul tor hU .M-
..riulile rei riiii.ii at the sia'lon nud
conveyance lo Ida I . .:! hot nevei-iliL-le.n
v!eii tho imlv anlcid only a
lew I 'am hand and lief
a il .( n repor;eis ro proi'io.
The prctddi ul eluct w as a.'i einpaiiie.l
by l.i. In olln r lt"V. I. f.ex laud wile
and children) bis i.st--isp Mrs. Mint
and Miss Clevela-d ; his nine Micm
11 i-tiii;;;; Mr. and Mr Iinnlel M in-
lilii:' and ;l. Linn . nt XAilo and two
children. After ilil .vi l nh ait 10 mill-
tuei t lialromu II ir ! in d Mr. Unit ol
the liiiiiitnrnl (Mcnoi:ie ju in an
HppMir nice and - e Introduced to Ihe
Jiresldi nt elecl. K euo 3) iiiinule were
rcipiiiid loseeuroi airi ikc and It was
1(1 minulr-s to So'el.. k nelorn llm lmrtv
(Iwmiba-kcd. Mi :i i.vhilc ncs el fie
ariivid ba l xiiieinl ; d a crowd c'li. I
crevl arouuil the I'ull'iiau ear "Ma-
rouon" and xtnred hard at Iho prc-d
dent-elect who hor lln m rntlnv wi'h
eipiaiiinmy. lie i tliu cariiaaes ar-
rived the parly n I U Ided and proceeded
lhriai;li dm ladies' wriilmt'M m t the
north entrance the .n-Miloiit elect lead-
ing wit h Chairman ll' iret. lln wore a
bliin ove:-eont aud ha! and did not
appear atf all lailtund by Ids night's
loiirin y. Tim eaiii.rxi a em taken and
tho paily preecd .1 to tho Arliiinton
liolel wh -re a h :y lollct was ui.'de
ai il bioahl'.iNt servid.
'I h ' su i-conimitt-e appolnie l by tho
ltiftilK'llmUoli U" 1 1 1 i.il reception "coin.
lull";e lo weleoni ' tho presldetit-elict
to Was'dnutnn (a.bd on him by ap-
polnlnienl thlialiernoon. Their chair-
man II ui. J chard T. Merrick alter
Inlio luciiu hi fellow members ex
pi-en. d a weleouio In a few well ohosnn
word' and Mr. Cleveland returned Ida
iicl.iiorth'dKincnK An inforinsl con-
Vcrsatloit ensued formma little time
and tho roiiiiiilttco then indlvidiliilly
took their leave.
APcr the recopth n of tlifl eommi'.tee
I t ...... I .. . i . .: t . . . ....
'""'ihihi coti' iiineii in reoeivo
I alters tletil a o'eloek. when he
(lined at the hold. Among those
who rallud .ern i'r. Hen-
dricks 1 ii. Vila Secretary Met ul-
h'ch tl ii '..riiswnrili Daniel
M.iniiliw Senator () an Senator (J.ir-
land mid tlenersl herliian slid three
munbersof bis sti ll. Mr. Hendricks
culled about noon ami had a Iuiik talk
with Mr. Cleveland.
It was srier g o'clock when Mr.
toeveland and Col. Lament nppeand In
the piirlms Mii..r dinner and Irom that
hour u nil Mo' o k tho presldetitileet
coutiuUv'4 tone iv: calleis who wera
I eivICK FI VK 01SNX8
admitted only afiKriendinir their cards
Aim o'oleelt Mr. Cleveland retired
lie will leave his hotel to-morrow morn-
ing at 11 o'clock for the whito house
and from there will be drlvon to the
Mr. Hendricks rreelvod a large num-
ber or callers at his rooms to-dsv. in
the evonlnix he was serenaded-bv
several visiting orxani.at.ons and ac-
knowledging one of these com-
pliments tendered him hv the
Itusch .ouuves d St. 'Louis
and the Flambeaux club from Kansas
lie said he regarded thedemonslrationa
ot to-day as an endorsement of the prin-
ciples of pure and honest Koverumeiit.
At the Capitol.
Wamiinotov March 3. The corri-
dors of tho capital are almost impassi-
ble. Dense crowds surround every door
to the galleries of the two houses peer-
ing through and awaiting tho departure
of tho more fortunate occupants of seats
within. Thoy are composed for the
most part of well behaved well dressed
people and by lar the larger half wear
overcoats of army blue. Their red-
lined capes are thrown back better to
display the buttons and military trap-
pings beneath. Many civilians are dec-
orated with silken ha Igoa bearing gilt
devices. The old cltly.uns who remem-
ber tho inauguraltoiH of Pierce and
ituchaoan aud who love to toll
any chance passenger of the
glories of tho anciout Democracy
elbows the younger and more sportive
patriot w ho in default of the eheerinu
memories elierlshos wilh eipisl ardor
and chats as freely about Ills geinilmit-
iug hopes of the horeafinr.starling from
to-morrow no.n. The majority of th
latter have come to pay their li'r-it visit
to tho halls of congress and betray in
face and demeanor a sense of propri-
etorship lit the building and Us con-
tents. They bear their disappointment
however with patience not unmixed
wilh painful surprise as the sturdy
mothodicnl policeineu turn them back
and ak their erpiallv-uninloriued
neighbors ir any way Is open to free
but untitled American clti.en to gel
where ho can sen tho process of law-
making. Tho proceedings to such as
net a linisslou are not so well calculated
to excite rocercnen ns those earlier
day sessions. The representatives
aud senators are worn out wilh the jiro-
tracted Hi sslon and Clio excitement ot
the last few dajs and nights. All
bear witness to the fact in their uneasy
attitudes and sonio times there is par-
lh ntary vigor In their remarks. An
extra session remains a possibility and
u"i o n muni uiNcusNion amonix mem-
bers aud altai'hesol cnnernsH. 'Mm eon.
dllion ol 'business launch Hint tho an-
nropriation bills might be (Imposed of
In VI hours yet tho possibility remains
that homo W ill not be miHsod. "The ureal
crowd of spectators have very Inspiring
e licet ou llin eloqumiee of many of the
members. The dsy is hn.v with prom-
ise of rain to night hut linlica'ioiis are
t.ivnrablo for a fair day to-morrow
Tim senate la devoted to clearing up
all olliclal business requiring action
during tho present administration.
During the session a messenger brought
a inrge u irsi corinicniila across wbh li
was laid a lieautilul horseshoe f. iii.ed
ol rare exotics. At 2:0 tin- president
roeeivoti ino mem tiers ol the (iiplomatl
corps. All tho legations were roprn-
setuod auJ it se emed as If every diplo-
mat In tho city Improvod the
opportunity to take Ids oltlclal
leavo of the president. While arrange
ments wero being made for packing and
reiimvlng the personal ellVcts ol the
president and his family a larye ex
press wugoiuirovo up to the main en-
trance and deposited a number ol
liuoks boxes and parcels eonlslng lh
personal ell'ecls of l'reeld'int-elect
Cleveland and Ills private eoerotarv.
The president's elbets will be
moved to-morrow. Alter tho president
has reviewed the Inaupursl procession
ha n Ul proceed illroet io the residence
of Secretary Krelingluiysen whose
Ktl si ho will bo for two or three weeks;
is son and dsugliter will aec nnpan v
him. Mrs. McKlrov will be the guest of
Mis. John l'leld Hiid Mrs. Ilavueworth
the guest ot Mrs. dames A. Jhimont.
A rue nil Tim White llonar.
W.-iiiN(iton March 3. -The white
limtso building and gummlsj were
crowded with vlsilots to day. The east
room however was Iho only one open
to sight-seers. A policoniau guarded
tho stairway leading to the upper por-
tions of tlie house and allowed only
Iho-e on ollicial binincss to pass. The
pre- l imit was kept very Inisy during
the day signing n "is of congress and ill-
Ic'iding to other (illlei.il matters.
Tho members of tho United States
supremo court headed by Chief Justice
Wnlle called Just heioro noon anil took
leave of the president. A meeting of
the cabinet w..s held at noon and lasted
two hour.1. All the members wero pres-
rresldcnl-oloet Cleveland filled on
President Arihur this alternuou.
W A ii i v iiTeN M arch 3.- M r. DAW KS
i-ailed up the eonf. renco report on tho
Indian appropriation bill. The two
lum 'cs hi (.aid had agreed to the bill
so far as all the Items properly pertaln-
Icg to Iho eppropria'lon bills w re con-
corned. Tlie senate had struck out all
iieiita lor g mcr. -I legislation tin these
ho'vt vcr iho ho.isa insisted. Ninui' Iho
bill passed M r. Dawes ad.ie I the seiixle
seeini n id nave v el:ene. on its po-
s'lioii ai to general lesisl itioil. Soinn
oftlie iMvlsioiisol the Inlian appropri-
ation lull n ore open vi ilitions of our
treaty and obligations as well as tiucon-
sli' in ionil.
Mr. SI 1 HUM VX said If tho senn'e re-gar-led
the imiHO l"i;i-la'lou as if it
were iho senate rule should not inter-
fere w ith It. If it Is uowls'i and unsound
tio. noin! should noi recede no mailer
v ha; th coiispipi .ices.
Mr. I Ll'M II aid wo were confronted
with the possibility to say mailing
morn ol an ex ra session of eongress
V rowing out of III" ne'lon of tholcaisn.
I ho coiiisimu' that lolv had sIioaii the
mamiilicent w lit poverol ouu man to
prialueo such a result liregn.int nt Mr.
I'nliiil) believed II to bn with tho
irrevesi eon ieiiiiencrs to the nnonje ol
t :n Culled Ms'os. Tho exceedingly do-
u ivo lorui oi icgisianon loniei on ap-
pr ipi .a'lon bills tended lo uiako him
UTiiuil') opposed to yleldlnixi so lar at
io ist as related lolmportaul legislation
No inoio grMS eonlosslon of great in
fi nipetfiicy had ever been seen than
Ii id been manifested within a st lie's
throw ol ttie S'liiate chamber wlihin
HiepsMi oUilays. A bill appropriating
$1 0iiin0 had been passed without r.m
si'ieraiiou ami men sent to the sonnto
willilii two (lavs ol the chnoof the s
sion. .Mr. I'liiniu nbaraelerlaed too
river aud harbor lump appropriation an
a criminal wasieoi mo peoiile's luonev
Mr. INUALI! "Uy a Dcimeratic
ef relary ol war."
Mr. I'l.UMH said lie would not clvo
the debate a political turn but tan
(ueiiioii was becomlutj serious not only
M io ui" or.'seiH mil me iiuure.
Mr. I1KCK thought there should bo ft
rn o reipilrixg appropriation lulls to bo
prepared early eii'iliixli to afford a lull
consideration in hoin houses loonier to
broiix the question to a point and get the
llii'lerstan lluir (if llin senate.
Mr. DA WKS moved though ha said
bn would vole ag ilcst his own motion
that the senate ree.(li as In the provis-
ion relating to the leal Jurisdiction and
priK'Milurn in ease ol crimes committed
The Hxuale refused to rocodo yeas t:
A messsgn front the house announced
d ssgreeiiient with the aenale on the
sundry civil bill. Tho sonata Insisted
ou Its amendment aud tho chair ap
pointed as a eonforene committee Mes-
srs Allison Hale and Beck.
Mr. DAWES explained the removing
dltlerenees on the Indian bill to be the
provision for the prohibition or carrv-
whlsky into the Indian Territory ; thai
ofdisarBilng Indians aud that relating
io uKiaimnia Territory. These Mr.
Dawes added were good provisions but
"o.v woro at present in such a form iu
the bill ss to do more harm than good.
Mr. SlllSHMAN explained that the
committee on arrangements appointed
by the somite to take charge of the In-
augural ceremonies had not dlserlmt-
mited against the house lu any way. but
In the present Instance preoedouu had
been somewhat departed from lu favor
el the house.
The matter of tho Indian Conforenoe
reiiort was- aaiti taken up.
Mr. D.VWES moved that tho senate
insist on Its remaining amendments.
Mr. M AND 10 KSON moved that the
senate recede as to the ameudmout ex-
tending the time for tile payment for
Mr. VAN WYCK satirically anhl the
senate could not agree to the legislative
provisions ou an appropriation bill.
when put on by the house but could
Use f put it on such a bill as tho
l'aelttu Mail subsidy clause whnn It
thought lit. John Roach Jay (Jould
and C. P. HiuitinL'ton had hnn h..
leated at the other ond of -the eapitol
but had demanded that tho J.
should violate Us own rules. Mr. Van
M yck supported Mr. Manderson's mo-
tion. The sotiate by a vote of IS to
fused to recede.
Mr. EJT hoped the somite would
agree with the house on the provision
regarding Oklahoma and moved that
the senate recede front its amendment.
Mr. I Mil A EES did not boilevo the
senate appreciated the full significance
ol the Oklahoma dilliculy. Ho had no
doubt that within 48 hours iW.IHK) per
sons by eoueei ted action would move
ou those lands forcibly occupy them
and thai they proposed to maintain thai
occupancy by forco ol arms. 1U did
not believe a graver complication could
arise in the dawn of the coinlnig admin-
Ulratlon w hoso crepuscular liirht we al
ready Baw in the eastern sky thau the
eouip;iuauon nuoiv to arlbo In this
M r. CC EI.O.M said ho had rocelvod re
liable information that ai.OJO nieti were
roatty ami determined to go on the
limn on mo otii or Jlaroh
Mr. DA IVES Inquired why on tho 5th
Mr. Cl'I.EOM could not say.
Mr. INUAEES ili.l not Iciw.ur i..n...
Ills was post hoc or propter Into; whether
u uiso or eiieci or eoinoldenco.
lr. HtJ I'LKK halted wnethor the com-niaiider-ln-chlef
ol tho United States
army hud not sent an armed force to
nut out and keep out the peoplo al-
Mr. INtJAEES said yes but the star of
iiirtnoiiinnni commander was about to
sei. i iinin a short time tlie com-
mand ol that very mnjostic body of men
Known as the army ot the United States
woiim nnvo passed from tho control ol
the great general who now eomtnamlail
to a still greater general whose courage
was still in tho womb ol tho future but
undoubtedly there was an Impression
iimi. on-! mi o n oi aiiiien me troops
would bo withdrawn. Mr. Inixslls said
there weto tio lands of tho Oklomoina
met mai wero lu any sonso public
..... as imu noun sain contracts ex-
isted lor grazing cattle on the lauds
and the senate wai standing; lu tho WHy
f opening the lamia Mr. lnixallsilenied
thai a single contract ol tho character
uaiiieu OMslt'l. or that a kIiil' Is ni.il
cattle was fod on the Oklahoma laud
itoauoui'i inaKo a doc amUm. i..u.i
and distiuol that no man tdiould he per-
mitted to go on thrne land in conlruveii-
noii oi iaw. it nmy bo. how
uvei oeiorn mo sun rose
a;aiii iiiisgnlded citizens of tho United
suites might bo lu conflict
Willi iroons. 110 WOillil rrrl n ul.l.
ding of blood but thore was hut one
vav in ins opinion io avoid It and
thai was for the senate not to I II Vil A t II.
people til go thereby the nromlsn il.ui
a negotiation had alioutboeu coasuma-
ieo no nio purpose oi opening the lauds
lor run leuieni.
Mr. DAWKS lelt eillllA nmillilrnnn
t'niUho incomiiig adinlnlslratiuii would
ie loiinu on the side ol law.
Mr. Vest remarked that llm ei.
ers" regarded Oklahoma m comprising
1 1 isai 010 iteres uiHieail Of 1111 eoiupara-
lively few acres ol what was more cor-
1 eel ly understood to be the Oklahoma
lands. Within the lloootHH) acrca ro-
lorred to there were many callle gra.-
mg. Mr. Vest dunled as a Democratic
senator that there was any iK'Sslhlu
rii'lil of assumption or Intl
ination that the administration
ol 1'rcsldciit Cleveland would lis
in any way in sympathy d I reel I v or In-
din elly with a vlolalioii or law. The
slateiuetit to that t ll'cc t was lnsilred by
Iho dcKparallou of tho boemers" and
not by any person lu authority lu Hie
'the sonmo iusisUd on lis aineiid-
mcnt and Iho chair appointed Messrs.
Dawes l'iiimli and It iusoo- as a coin-
inittoo lo coni'er with llm linuse on the
Mr. ALLISON snbiulttod a conlcr-
enco report oil the general ponsloii bill.
No action was taken on It lor ha pres-
Mr. II A EE fioui tho c immllien on
ap;iroprlatioii:i siilunllted the (blicien.
cy nppioiiiliitloii bill lis a dd It eom-
pri-ei 11) ond pugcs nud outlit to bo
cotisl'lered 11s soon ns possible
in order to go b ick to the bouse. There
wire now Lu i'l hours of th .ihsou of
the lorty eU'lit!i Congress remaining
and ho a-'k'-'l tin inlinm ( ceiiai nt to
have tl i 4 hill nt once taken up.
Mr. CuNHEItcalliil attention lo the
river and haib ir hill which ha said lie
had yesi-rdiiy tiotiiled tho senalo ho
wiui'ol call up to iH'V.
Mr II. Ei; understood Ihttt Mr. Con-
ger would antagonist the delicien-y
lull wi'h an nif o-t ur.il river and harbor
bid. 11 ! (Itaie) hal gi've daunts
of tho posll.i.ily of couross gst-
tiiiK thr.ui;:h its lieeossiry business
wiilioiitan extra session 11 nil thisaddotl
ami r.lngSy to the doubt. Tho appropri-
ation foinmitieo had done Its very
l est to get bills boforo tho senate and
the senate must now take the responsi
bility Horn Una time till noon to-mor
ir. COCK KEEL- desired sonators to
bear In mind the exact responsibility
"i men a'-nou. 1 Mis) 0111 an I (lie lorll-
fication bill wero all tha appropriation
bills now left.
The senate adjourned and the legis-
lative day of March 3 began.
The credentials ol E"laod Stanford of
Calllorids and J. 11. Eustls. of Ixmlsl-
iiiis suuutors-elect wero laid before the
Mr. IIAWLKTsiibmlttodaverbal re-
port f the work done by the special
coiiituiiieo to uivestigato the stool pro
duclng capacity or the United States
slalliiir that the committee had visited
several cities and examined many fnclo.
ries and liirna -es and bad in t llin
result but such luvestigMlons l.ud not
been completed for want of time.
Mr. MOUUAN movod that the com
mltteebo continued during the recess
and required to report next Decomber.
Mr. AEDIUt'lt submitted a report
from tho committee on transportation
routes to the seabord. Ordered printed.
Mr. HALE oalleil tip ths guoral da-
llelBtiey appropriation bill and Ita read-
ing was proceeded with.
The houso provision abolishing the
ofrieoof tho tenth census was stricken
out by the sens to.
Mr. MILLER of New York offered
an amendment appropriating tlo.nooto
eomplele tho pedestal for tho status of
i.tneriy I'.niighleniiig the World to lie
ereelod at Hud lna' Island In New York
linruwr. AKreetl 141
Aineiidnieiils were adopted a
tug aso.OO.) to continiin the Mlsslss.pnl
river commission and tnersaMlmr the
appropriations for the compensation of
LV.''T' h"e salaries have boot
The fortiflcatloo Mil was then takcu
up. sAn amendment was adopted up-
promt tting$J0noo fr tue pmruUlwel0.
adocted and the bill passed.
me senate went Into executive ses-
sion and when the doors re-openod.took:
a recess until 9 o'clook.
When tllA RinRtA I'A.nnniranna .1..
river and harbor bill w as tuitn. u.
l'y tU8 h(nisn I' apptx.prla'tod
s000000 In gross. As proposed by the
Hni):ltni'i.lll.n !.....: S. W
V """'uiawi iu ui- ameuuuu il ap-
Mr. CONOKlt li(i.rl fi (.....
theIbill KYKopp0e(? the lump 811111 of
'"'"'"K 'JoORte on the bill
Mr. PEN Ii .l'Vi-nv w.u. 'n.
. - - V. V.U1TIOU bllO 11II1UW"
g resolution lor which he asked im-
Resolved That the thanks of the aon-
ate are due and hereby tendorod
to Hon. George F. Edmnndg for the
f.? ""!1 "' '"II""-111 atl able manner
... .... . .. una presuiea over Its de-
liberations and lululled tho dnty of
president pro tern. '
The resolution was unanimously
agreed to and thodlsoussiou of the river
and harbor bill resumed.
There were hanllv a i ......
uthe hall -when the annul wo- ...
?l""odtbl' "u)rul"K- TllB "undry civil
ouiim iiii mo menu ti ne oame over
Iroai tho senate heavily lBl..i u iu
Mr. RANDALL asked
consent that this bill bo taken up and
luo amendments non-concurred in and
sent to acoiiforntice nnnimlllaa ni.
Jeetlon como from '
wr. "fcruuilXand then there was a
call of tho houso whioh showud the pres-
eucocfoiily 45 inonibcis. Mr. Kaudaira
niouon was then renewed and airreeil
to and Messrs Randall Forney and
Uyan appointed conferees on tho part of
tho house. Alter various lueiVooiual at-
tempts lo have hills taken up by unani-
mous consout and It being plainly lm.
possiblo to have any publio buMiiosa
transuctcd the houso uiljoumed until
When the houso r.i-cinivoiei r ..i
online Imniedialely movod a recess un-
ni iu o uioi-k io nigiit ins object bollux
tonrevont cousl.lorHi.iiin rn.
election case Frederick vs. Wilson.
Cttlilnrnla. Tho Henubliesns refrAineH
from voting ou the motion and left the
house without a quorum. No attempt
"V.V(2 .to"nHol any business until
Mr.TOWNsllENDsiilitiiitted the ro-
pert ef the conference commitleo on tho
post olllceaiipropriiitioii billaniiouueing
continued dlsagreomont. Mr. rywnsbeiid
stall d that there woie sev r il points of
dilloveueo between the two houses the
most i eortant of which huh on IIia
Stfliiii. iliuont relatlnir to th n iii'nan
mall NorvVii. ilo wasopposyd to this
because ho regarded It lu the light of a
subsidy proposition ami hi cause It en-
trust d iliinKeroiiB poner to the post-miistor-geueral.
Pending iluhste the SPEAKER laid
bul'oro tho houso a oonimuulcatlon from
tt. II. Craig repros'tilatlvo from the
lourlli Alahuoia dialricl slating that he
had forwarded to tho goyoroor of that
stato his resignation to take effect
March 3. Laid ou the tablo.
Debate on the coean mail transporta-
tion clause was continued.
Mr. HOUR spoke s.rongly lu favor of
tho proposition ami appealed to the
houso not to stop from the accomplish-
ment ol the good object by the cry ol
After long debate the hou concurred
In the somite amondment authorising
the p istniaster-genoral to lease premi-
ses for thlid class postodlcis.
Mr. HOUR moved that the house
concur in the amendment relative to
ocean mail transportation Lost yoai.
lS: nays 1;I2
'1 he house theii Insisted on Its disa-
greement to tho amendment and fur-
ther conference wa-i ordered.
Mr. ELLIS submitted a conference
report on the Indian amirom iuiinti hill
The report stales luxroementoii all poiuts
of controversy except upon the Semite
amendment striklnu ni. ih
clauses pavimx claims aornlnst
Indian tribes ou account of
depredations ami enactlnir the mlimU.
Hons relative to the introduction of
iutoxleatiiig spirits Into the Indian Ter-
ritory. un motion or .nr. uoi.M AN the
amendmeut striking out the clause
relative to claims anal list tribes was
concurred In 111 to 64. Tho other
amendments wero disagreed t and a
llirther eovlsrencn ordered.
Mr. HANCOCK subiiilited a confer-
ern e report on" the pension appropria-
tion bill. Adopted. Tuo house reeedes
from Us disagree mi nt to all S'tnate
amendments and as linnllv agreed to
the bill approm-laUs ?'.il0Jt)0o(i.
Recess until 7:30 p. in.
Up m recouven u.; n.imeroiis motions
to take a recess were made to ag un pro-
vo:it co'isHleni'ionoi the oleic Ion e.is.is.
Tlie polnt.of no quorum was r.dsed.
Mr. ROltlNso.S. ol N'jw York made
an appeal as tho last word he would
ever Hay iu Wasniiitfton asking the
houso to make a uotiatlou nt any
ainoinit loMrs. Miek'eba'ii th j grand-
duuixhlcr of Thomas Jell'orson aud re-
quested unanimous consent for the
passage of Hie bill making an appro-
priation for that purpose.
Mr. 1 1 A MM ON 0 objected.
The delloiency appropriation bill was
received irom Iho senate. I iie senate
amendments wero non-concurred In
and Messrs IVirncs It aiu' all and Long
wero appolntial conferees.
Tho lime dragged on very slowly. The
monotonous voice of the olerk toiunel-
a'ing the names of members being only
varied by the members themselves
passiug lazily between the loiters as
the question of "no q iorum" w us raised
upon various dilatoiy motions. Tired
out from the long suslou ol last night
iherepi'i'senlallvos lMi iiolnterislluihe
proceedings scarcely Voting but leau-
lug back lu their chairs smoking and
lingering lead ponells ornamented with
lite picture ol Cleveland lies ring the
legend "For President 1H.V.I" which
some enlhtislastio Cleveland man had
distributed In largo quantities through-
out tlie hall.
The fun of tho evening was eonfltiod
to tho ways and means eommlttoo room
where Representative blacburu was
celebrating his last night in
tho house by treating his particular
friends lo a musical party the
Instrumental part ol which
was furnished by a party of
Seangton colored men whllo Iho on-
tlr company now and theu joined In
tho refrain of some negro melody
ami broke Into applause as each air
was completed. Representative Curtiu
Poland Robertson and Morcy wero
among the members present and Post-
master General 1 1 at ton aud ex-Gov.
niacKiuirii were among tho dis-
At i:.io a. in. iMarcU s) the coufor-
ence report ou the Indian appropria-
tion bill was snbiulttod and agreed to.
Mr. TOWNS KM) presented confer-
ence report ou the poalollloe approprla-
11011 0111. 1 ue report announced eon-
tinned disagreement tho polut of dif-
leienee still being on the clause pro
vldl tig lor ocean mall transportation.
Mr. HOLLMAN made a protest
against tho senate amendment and
argued against the principle of subsi-
dies and appealed to tbe Democratic
side to stand by tun house conlerens
Messrs. How and Ellis 111 la equally
vigorous speeches ou the other aide ol
Alia in the bouse was ettll In ioi..
slon and ilia prospect at this hour Is
that the bouse will remain lu sjksIou
It is now discussing tin conference
rojiort on the post-ollleo appropriation
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