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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 December 1900

CHINE MC.CK & lb Choice Beef Roast, per pound.... Boiling Beef, per pound .... Choice Beef Steak per pound Hamburger Steak,, per pound ... Mutton Stew, per pound........ Leg of Mutton, per pouud....... DO YOU EAT BREAKFAST? Because—and here we have to do the usual thing and praise the: goods we carry—because the liams and Bacon make the most c^lightful addition to the morning rolls and coffee, Hams, whole per pound •'•11c Bacon Strips, per pound -*.IOc Shoulder Hams, ],er pound Pork Sausage, 10c per pound 3 for 25c Bologna Sausage, 10c per pound 5 for... 25© Liver Sausage, 10c per pound 3 for -25c Vienna Sausage, luc per pound 3 for... ... 25c Head Cheese, 10c per pound 3 for .... ............. .25c We receive Oysters direct from Baltimore and can give vou abetter grade of either Standard or Se­ lects for less money than any other market in the citv. Our goods are guaranteed, sentert money refunded. Up-to-Date in Art, Latest Thing I N Oval Photos AT.. Only $2.50 Per Doz. We make...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 December 1900

I SM: JTUE FALLS HERALD "lE8TABLlSHfeu. iTTLB FALLbfK! NT1&G OOMPAN CHA8. E. VA8ALY. EDITOR. J. VASALY, ASST. EPITOII. ?3J{E HERALD is publlBhed Every Friday tonlDg at aOl Broadway, "VawMV Block. Kntered aa «er«i)i-oi-.vaa man matter. OatMcrtberci ordering address of their pa *em changed mast nl wuy» «h their former -a well ae their preseift atldrea*. tf papers are continued unless an exbliclt -racr Is received-tor discontinuance and um 'JlHl arrearages are paid. The date t« which a subscription Is paid is rlnted after the address. Subscribers wishing magazines or other wtodicals can have same In connection with j'aa flnULD at reduced rates. 81.50 PER YEAR. 1900 DECMBEB 1900 So. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fri. Sat. 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 33 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 FRIDAY, DEC. 14. 'Senator Towne sounds well and weH. -some time the North Star ate will honor Mr.Towne by giving im a six^eara term in the Benate. ie's young yet and can afford to v.iit. There is a...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 December 1900

*A (k Woodmen Officers. At the Woodmen5 rnefttine: Friday eveningfollowing oncers' wee elected for the coming .v^ar: Venerable Consul—E Watchman—Frank Whttford. Sentry—Peter Johnson. Manager, 3 years—C. H. Brown. Camp Physician—G. M. A.'Fortier. Fifteen delegates were elected to the county convention to be held Jan. 10th in this city. The reserve fund proposition was almost unanimously voted down. w. c. 0. F. Officers. Windhorst: Court No 434, of Prelate—M. Denis. Keeper Records and Seal—Carl Bo landvr. Ma»i«r of Finance—C H. Brown. Master of Exchequer—T. W. Mann. Master .f Work—J. A. McGregor. M. B. A. Officers. Little Falls lodge Modern Brother­ hood of America, iias elected officers as follows: President—Harry St'lweli. Vice President—Geo. Bredfeid. Secretary—N. E. Stanton. Conductor—Mis. C. H. Graham. Chaplain—Mis. E. P. Adams. Treasurer—H. N. Harding.: Inside Watchman—J W. Jones. 8entrv—H. W. Venners. Masonic Officers. Little Falls lodge, A. F. & A. /elected officers as fol...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 December 1900

Professional DR. K. H. MERO. Dentist. 8peclalti«iinade olCrown and Bridge-Work and dtraigbt •»1ng qt Irregular Teeth. (ir painless extraction jTair Stoer. M. A. FOItTlER.M. D„ C.M..Gradn -te of Victoria Uuiv.rsltv. Montreal. €ani(ia fcwrgfop to St. Gabriel HoipiiftK Office bourn 8'ro l* si. in. nnd 2 to 4 p. in. Office over Wur/iV *vusr More resilience corner of Thud »tn et S i-und are. N. E. l»!IWICIMM and surgeon il\ui. I'a. L. P. G. V. LM. M. UOBEI'.T r». Phn«.j London, England. Specialty, nose, throat and ear. Office hour*, 9 to 11 a. ni.( 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p. m. Telephone, Residence at Hotel UiK-kmun. Offices in Rhodes block. physician and sur- Jgeon N lCELS/G BEER Ofiice hours: 1 to 4 G. MlLl^PATSGH, Fl.vn block And 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner Third ave. and Third St.. S. B. and and to the Northern Pacific 11. R. Office howrb 9 to 11 a. m., to 2 t» 5 p. m, Office in Lind­ bergh block. Residence. South Fourth St. east of Court Hons? Little falls, Minn., Omirfi'ooi# t'. TRACE....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 December 1900

•uMirwumr t«i «&$*» To be especially appropriate a giftshould not only be attractive but useful. Nothing" tliat you can.give will be as highly appreciated by the recipient as an article that will adorn the home and add to its com- fort. A parlor desk, a Combination Bool^casfe, .chair, Rocker, Center Table, or any of scores of other iEi thing's will please vour wife immensely land at the IE same time add to your own enjoyment. A teather chair, Rocker or Couch will be just, the thing for 5: your husband. ^iVe have a most excellent assort •s ment of Leather Goods this season. Besides the regular Leather Goods, we have the pantasote. These goods look so much like leather that jt takes an expert to tell the difference, and the price is lees than half. Hundreds of Holiday Furniture Novelties Fancy Odd and ..In Mahogany, Golden Oak, Reed and Rattan. Golden Oak Rocker, cobbler seat. regular price $2.50 .. 4 Oak or Mahogany Finish Rocker, leather seat and back, regular price $6.75, now. ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 December 1900

iikau. Dee. 11—€ha*. Rawjttwt and Oscar Ituaquwt vwreiii the wb Thowday. Autii** Aii4«rimn nrtd Annie Bonqolst cnnie lioims frona B*»merd Thursdaj. Albert Anders ,,WM iu Royal ton Thursday. Bartial Johnson cut cordwerd for M. Mnugou. 'Oswald Wittko wad seen in tbe village. Cjtfristi Lauras is worn iwg lor R. Han­ son. AlbertC. Hanson is nov employed in the Holdiugford creamery. Auction was held in the Swedish COH gNgdtioul choreh Tbarsday night. Rev. ArrostroagNjondncted services ill the Swedish Congregational church Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Hilma Ekstrorn is 011 the sick list-. FT. RIPLEY. Des. 12—R. H* Capiatrant, wife aud daughter returned Saturday from an ex­ tended visit with relatives in Anoka, Mr. God.v of Brainerd and W. A. Hark mad»»» 'nsi es trip to H. P, CJOk'a near uilberf. Capr.. -Jefferies of Brainerd will con­ duct Salvation Army meeting at thin plac«• Thursday evening. J. J. Tucker sold a flee span of mares to .Silas Henderson of Green Prairie Sat­ urday. Our...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 December 1900

THE & THHN/ yrill MpbCb 1 AV.ULLMARK tbe doors the sijow siffts softly dowo» Clothing tbe barren country's nakedness In 5potless ermine* blanching the foul town A few sbort hours with gentlep pure caress*' And at the windows lights are sparkling brigbtp Where happy, mirthful voices sound witbin» Lending a, cheery radiance to "the night. Tinting tbe s$@w pHtjc) as $bey dan^e a vAy Repeote^^tJ^eij/|bair^tulaB3)t complaint Tbat they mipht ijot/at least one vigil Keep To watcb tbe coming of tbeir patron? saint— He of tbe chubby face and furry cap. fall asleep, Who, reindeer drawn? drives with bis packs of toys Foiling therefrom eacb pendant stocking's gap. When buns^by good^^olbidient girls and boys. token of BrUis feast, wb® "All o|j tlta goods tby pride/ dotb o^nj, go sell And give to tbem» Ay poor wbo cry for bread About tby doors~do tbis» and it is well.9" And» for His sake," we let not Famine's feet Approach one borne our plenitude may reach. So sball our bread within our mouth...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 December 1900

$1$S /.ft*- f? Christmas, 1900. SUPPLEMENT TO Little Falls Herald Little Falls, Minn. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1900. 0 H, BEAUTIFUL Christmas day. Begun with the gold' en morn, You come, you come to awaiting world, With the tidings that Christ is born. Tou tell it to listening ears, The story so grand, so true, Oh, beautiful, beautiful Christmas day! The story so old, yet new. Tou whisper of joy and hope! You tell us of Heaven's great plan Of peace, sweet peace, and joy on earth, And of God's good will to man. You say to the sad: "Look up!" To the weary ones: "Now rest!" Oh, beautiful, beautiful Christmas day, Of all bright days the best. Ring out. ye Christmas bells, And carry the tidings on, That we may have a heaven below Through God's anointed Son! Let the men and maidens sing Let the children all rejoice While a ransomed world lifts up Its universal voice. Oh, beautiful Christmas day, Shining forth like a jeweled crown, With cheer for each trusting soul, From the aged patriarch dow...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 December 1900

r". S ^HRIST, by highest Heaven adored, Christ, the? Everlasting Lord. Late in time behold Him come, Offspring of the Virgin's womb. Veiled in flesh the Godhead see, Hail the Incarnate Deity! Pleased as Man with men to dwell, Jesus, our Emmaniiei. Hark! the herald angels sing Glory to the newborn King. THE BANQUET AT THE HOME. BY HOWAKD FIELDING. [Copyright, 1900, by C. W. Hooke.] Philosophers prove the infinity of space by asking you to think of the end Of it as a wall with nothing upon the Other side. This is declared to be un­ thinkable. There can be no final place, no wall with a void beyond. I know better, for 1 have seen that Wall. I came to it in October, 1809. There was nothing on the farther side and very little on the nearer. It was not an end, but a continuance, that was inconceivable to me. My business had come to au end. No philosopher could deny that. My nerv­ ous system was done for. I seemed to Bee it taken out of my body and tacked op on that final wall like the ski...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 December 1900

[CHRISTMAS OLD AND NEW. And grandpa kept the jubilee. And buckled high above the knee. 1 The century nears its closing year, Yet Christmas bells are full and free As when the home halls rang with clicer The stockings by the chimney deep Were like your own, my pet of three. Of softest wool from white faced sheep The chimnev, oh, it was so wide 'Twould lioid the gifts for fifty boys, And Santa had an easy slide When he came down with grandpa's toyal The toys were not the dainty stuff Your Angers grasp with childish glee, But homely, and a trifle rough When grandpa was a child 01 three, A "comforter" dyed green and red, A knitted cap and pvershoes. Of seasoned hickory, a sled, Perhaps a ball too big to lose. But grandpa liked the Christmas then And what old Santa brought to him As really us the little men Who see bright trees in parlors dim. For love is love the great world o'er Hod's love the Bellik-hem story tells FIVJ I Jtjf in year, from shore to shure, Wherever riny the Christmas ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 December 1900

CHRISTMAS CHIMES. 9tom yonder belfry, old and gray. Where thick the frosted Ivy climbs, How sweet and slow, now blithely gay, Along the shining, wintry way, There comes the sound of Christmas chimes Across the sunlit snows that lie, A glittering fleece of jewels rare, Now grandly rising far on high, Now borne in tenderest whispers nigh, They All with joy the morning air. In tranquil calm the landscape smiles I The spirit of all peace is here The simple life no passion wiles, Nor storm, nor stress the heart beguiles From path* by duty rendered dear, When flashed o'er Judith's plains the light Who.se luster with the ages swells I The joy, that sweetly solemn night, Revealed to man on Bethlehem's might, Wa rnieu by I he yule-log'!- ch-ei With t'riei.ds around the In :.n h-^i oi.t wide. In sirnpk- sports, or old-time lavs, Or legends pmint of oih« da% The village eps its 'hristmas i: 'Or, seau.,1 the an 'i« iioartl. Exponent irue jirosiii-teas tirnts. 1 Seems rciiued here in Ohrisim:.'s...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 December 1900

P,i hi THE WATCH NIGHT. RTt (wine ter have a watch night, wid experience en all, Per tell erbout our doin'a f'uni de springtime ter de fall, Cn I sorter feelin skeery, en 1 in a shaky way, paee, ter tell de livin gospel, I des dunno what I'll say! don't lak' New Year meetin's, w'en de preacher make you risr Iey ruther read ip private al! my titles ter de skies! starts mo :.r 'Lout my Christian hope, en den I sees de folks wi..it knows mr. on dey never eays, "Amen!" Same t'ing wid ail de brotherin, 1 knows 'urn, lef* on right, En w'en dry go ter talkin, don't dey shot dey eye ip Dey can't stc nuttin roun' 'um while dey spoutin by de yaul Dey knows 1 lockin at 'um, en I t'inkin mighty hard! But we p./irn' tr h.j«• de watch night (I wish he conic en g"m Ter t:' de ok- year whirlin en hc-'p de new year en. 1 ain't in favor ?r it I never t'ink it's wise 1 rvit'icr rcii«l in priate a)l inv titles ter de skiesl LOST IN THE PINE WOODS. 1 gLEM—her name was Clemence I —buttoned up her jacket,...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 December 1900

& W? Fancy Hosiery. Our fancy hosiery is receiving- a lot of attention from Holiday shoppers. They realize that we show the most attractive styles and that our prices are extremely moderate. We buy our hosiery directlj' from the im­ porters? and make our selections from the best productions of leading m&n ufactrers. Inspection of the stock is cordially invited. Ladle's and chil­ dren a fleeced heavy nose—at—15. 20 25 and 35C. Matchless in prices and wear. Dolls The biggest doll family in town will be found right here representing all styles except ugly dolls. There is as much range in price as in style, so all pocket books can be united. Every price represents a doll much better than could be obtained else whete at the same iigure. Desks and Blackboards The most complete and best «»nt fit maee. useful and ornamental. Games Table 'roquet, Archarena, Carom, Oroklnole. Bagatel, Checkers, I)ora inos and puzzle games of every kind. Ten pins, blocks and nine ping. Ranges Why not h...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 December 1900

fMtx«nSK !i IK 33S r.: & FORETHAT XMAS DINNER BETTER CALL ON Keirich & Union Meat Market, First Street Fresh Meats Constantly on Hand If Fish, Game and j| v^Canned Si 3K S Keeping at It The Leading Grocers- JOHN KEEDE. Prop. Good Accommodation FRANK J- JOHN, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Harness and Saddlery and everything usually kept in a first-class Harness shop. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Broadway Little Falls, Minn PIANOS, ORGANS, SEWING MACHINES, AND You Can Get Anything Yon Want 1 Goods Excellent Home-Made Sausages: Try Them You'll Want More Prices The Lowest, Absolutely Down To The Bottom. We Mean Bus­ iness. »3K^K3ft3K3K3IHK»3ll3K3K3K3K3K3KX3K3K3IE3KX3K3KS{ |^^S^5SS5sSSSS5Sg5»S53£K«£ g5S5SS Cigars apd Sjnokefs /\fticles- ... .For the.... HOLIDAY TRADE A FETHEESPIL'S. a CALL WILL CONVINCE Oar wine is direct from California. Wine the same as other things, has advanced in price, but we will sell at our utiiial low prices. This year ve have a -larger choice and A more brand...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 December 1900

I V-+ CYmsftm&s VS Cwvuxvft You know that Christmas wouldn't be half the pleasant, jolly, comfortable, generous time it is, without.. CANDY! Pur© Mixed Candv trom 10 cents a pound up. Then there are the toothsome .and delightful.. CHOCOLATES, GLACES, CREAMS, MARSHMALLOWS, FONDANTS, and a delicious multitude be­ sides, in all flavors and atlow est prices. With the candies go.. Nuts and Fruits. We have them, all the varie­ ties that are in season. Bonbon Boxes of all designs. Try a box of our special Xmas can­ dies, neatly put up. Xmas Trees Fine spruce, from 10c up to the finer ones for church use. Ciders are an important aid to holida}' celebration. Our fine orange goes at 40c per gallon, and our real apple at 35c a gallon. A good hard cider, suitable for mince-meat, at 30c a gallon-. Our ciders sold by pint, quart or gallon. Fine Cigars and Smoker's Articles SYLVESTEU'S Fine carving sets Celebrated Stewart Heating Stoves For Sale. First Street. CHA8. B. BROWN? City Drue Stion?©...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 December 1900

pp ::f UK-BELL Men's Astrakhan Pur overcoats Persian Lamb overcoats at. .... River Mink overcoats at Buffalo Calf overcoats at from $15 to flfl.UU Dog-skin overcoats, at from S8.50 to THE OLD YEAR'S LEGACY, The bells were ringing out the hour At midnight on the New Tear's eve. Above the cradle of the New The Old Year hovered, taking leave. "What shall I leave thee when I go?" lie said. "Pure babe, sent forth to meet The soiling, grinding, weary world What shall I lay here at thy feet? "I will not leave my mantle gray Thou hast a new robe, fair and bright will not leave the griefs and cares That turned my hair to silver white "1 will not leave the vows unkept, The blasted hopes, the useless tears My wisdom, all too dearly bought, Is far too bitter for thine ears. "Hot, blotting out the background dark, The long, sad days of this, my span, I'll leave thee all its joys to fill Willi mem'ries sweet the heart of man. "Thine be the happiness that's past! Thine be the gladness, not the car...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 December 1900

Christmas, 1900* ftr 11ST, the New Tear bells, are. ringing To land fro. Messages of comfort bringing Clear and low. Over mead and plain and valley. Where the forest giants rally, Up through park and street and alley Paeans flow. List, the New Tear bells are calling Par and near, T.iiro some prayer triumphant falling On the ear. Lo, the past is past forever, In this hour its bonds we sever, And its clouds shall darken never Our New Tear. List, the New Tear bells are swaying High and low, Pulsing, pleading, praising, praying, As they go. Now may every sin be shriven. And our hearts from sorrow riven, All forgiving and forgiven Here below. —Minneapolis Housekeeper. KEMPSTER sat on an overturned barrel. He was div­ ing down into a box before him and tak­ ing out slowly, one by one, the different articles that had been sent him. Each present was neatly packed, and many had names attached. "Such a collection of things," murmured Jack, as he deposited them all in a heap, with a view of go...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 14 December 1900

Christmas, 1900. I3TAKE. Ml STOCKING Is dreadfully small 'Twill bold next to nothing: at all When Santa Claus brings a things— A top and a knife and a ball. "I'll hang one of grandpa's in line And Santa will think it is mine, And in they will go, From the top to the toe, His presents so jolly and fine. "What a capital joke It will be! 0 dear, if I only could see How he'll open his eyes. And stare with surprise— Then hurry and fill it for me!" At night on a keen, frosty breeze, When moonlight was gliding the trees, He came in a hush, With a rattle and rush, And Teddy's big stocking he sees. "Well! well!" said the merry old chap, "I'll give him, I think, a fur cap. I'd like if I can To suit the old man While he is enjoying his nap." Next morning with laughter and shout, The children came tripping about, All dancing with glee, Their stockings to see. With Santa Claus' gifts peeping out. "That monster big stocking's for me," Cried Ted, with a chuckle of glee. "It's cram full of toys, Do...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 21 December 1900

.) •t 'Zs .-•1 Twenty clerks here today Pretty Things for Gift Giving in the China Store Pretty china from Prance, German}? and England here today, although many fine pieces have found new owners. Chocolate pots 75c, $1.00. 1.25 IPrettj^ china plates 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c Pretty cups and saucers 10c, 12c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c to 50c. Pretty salads 25c, 50c, 75c, $L.OO to 82.00. Pretty pin trays 10c, 15c, 25c Pretty sugar and cream sets 25c, 50c, 75c, 81.00.' Pretry chop dishes 50c, 75c, $1.00 to 1.50 Then-there iire dinner sets 810.50 to 20.00 of English porcelain, nicely decorated and Haviland china dinner sets at 840.00 if you like. Pretty Gifts among the Celluloid Albums Sensible and glveable presents. Albums at 25, 50, 60, 75c, $1.00, Handkerchief cases of cellu­ loid 45, 55, 00, 75c and $1.00. Neektie-cases of celluloid 50, 65, 75, $1.00. frlove boxes of celluloid 45, 50, 65, 75c and $1.00. Work boxes with all the things that a sewing lady needs 50, 75 and $1.00. Comb and Brush Case...

Publication Title: Little Falls Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls herald. — 21 December 1900

BY A BIG MAJORITY __i SENATE $ jV r: .''C V- "S ,, -v—f A-ii*?:. ?*(.! 3.- AMENDS THE HAY-PAUNCE FQTE TREATY. Xt Gives the United States the Right to Defend Her Interests in the Nicaragua Canal—Sixty-five Aye3 to Seventeen Hoe#—A Number of Amendments to the Agreement Offered. WASHINGTON, Dec. 15.—In accord­ ance with previous programme the senate in executive session took a vote oxi the amendment to the Hay-Paunce fote treaty authorizing the United States to defend its interests in the canal. The senate did not close its doors until 2 o'clock and there was then left only one hour's time for dis­ cussion of the provisions of the amend­ ment. The vote was taken by yeas BDX nays, 65 votes being cast in favor oi the 'amendment and 17 against it. The negative votes were as follows Baird, Beveridge, Frye, Foster, Hans broagh, Liuusay, Mason, McCumber, McEuery, Mc,Bride, Morgan, Money, Stewart, Tillman, Wellington, Wolcott and Galliugcr. After the amendment offered by the committee was pas...

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