The Augusta herald. (Augusta, Ga.) 1890-1908, December 25, 1898, Image 4
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Tt I flrw nlrwtl *M* |L«rr bouse al Ik* ***»r»t im*M< ■Ktftfc# *r» thins* I did *»•' «•* KT «y teal was (n Inlrodi* <■ a Joint ufiiui our utirUirr and Kwreewtalirr* In ron*rr-»» lo aa* th-- K( effort* to s*,ur* '»• repedl „l ih« K Hn ,l*r tUr* to** tea f>- r • cot tin | lb* l*#u* of »U«r batik* l« «*»•*<* K K«. h .wimttll iMttmturr ri II oor Inulrr «hr r. t .j!*rov"re»l Kt| tr nmtirr on tbat r*»> t HOP I Kfitl* * tbj«l bpforr *h» f*** 1 * Hmhi It twramr 'owl'O* th*< Kglil o*> or rrpp*l lb* iiitqnllot'* •»* k* ltu»u*t«r*lp >i movcmmi Hblek. *o far •* **•* laflaMtiir* l* «oo Xr«r4. culnlnal'4 In lh» bill bow a -You Navi 1 ' baa* awa* oa tb , , i for iM«rlr ftftcrn »*»*•■ !:«rr you not V "Yra an<l lb* mor<- 1 harp atmllrll qu , *>on thr niorp thormigbljr pa. rii«4b4 be vp I t moto* that it la of an j» | nporiaiHP to th* arnttk. In #tr4, it I* our onlr hop* for abaolut* r«Si~! frost tht* financial woe* nhicb af fix* our p.u*p|p," rotor* lb* tilth Court •’On what do poo ha»* your hopp for auccpta befoip thP Bnprptur Court of th* I’nitPd Dtatea?" w lt ti, of murm* wall known that th* Pona'itutlonalltp of this taa war brotnrht hafurr thP lloltrtl tit at pp du ptvnii Court In tM». tbe ra»P «oln* inp from tbP atatp of Maine. Chlof Juatlrp Chan*, apeakln* for a majority of the cernri, held that congreaa had the rMht to levy thP tax. Hubllr policy, aa la opcailoually the raap. controllPd In liecialon rpodcrprl. The loarueil ! Justice had Jiwt laid aside the pllo of the trenaury. Me knew f than any of hla distinguished aa tei on the Vtench the statue a* It |d to government bonds and na P banks. Me knew that public y forbade any Interpretation of the that would plat'* state banks In the mailer of circulation of note*, In competition with national banks “Then you think the time Is auspl-. clous for favorable action, now that the court has almost entirely changed as to, membership?" “No. I do not rest roy hope on that. idea at all. It 1* true that the person-1 nel of the court has been changed, but j the fact that quite every one of th< learned Justices who favored the dec!*- j Jon of 1869 has been summoned to the Great Assize has not prompted this movement. The conditions have changed. Congress Itself recognizee this Important fact„ and leaders, like Mr. Walker, and Mr. MoCleary, In the house of representatives, are pushing measures which contemplate the issu ance of circulating notes to national banks without requiring United States bomb) as neeurlty for the notes. Mr. Walker’s bill and Mr. McOlcary’s hill— the latter Is heartily endorsed hy the practical secretary of the treasury, Mr. Gage —proposes that these notes he made a first lien on the as sets of the hanks. In 1869, and down to a comparatively recent date, the dominant Idea has been to re quire a national bank to buy govern ment bonds ns a condition pre.-edeut to obtaining currency. The government itself Is recognizing as far as It can the changed condition of affairs. 1 here is no longer any necessity at all for bonds a basis of currency. It took me a long time io grow out of the idea that tie only security for circulating notes lav in government bonds. My bill pro vides for an issue,to a bank not ex ceeding 75 per cent, of the full paid, un- U'. - . inert capital stock, and these roll's, guarded at every point, are made a first lien, after taxes and money due the state, on the entire assets of the bank. Besides, there is a personal lia bility clause on shareholders to the amount of the face value of their Me is Quite Confident (- "j am confident that if wc put the vmt&tomm •!»*< n *** tfe* Mi tbit IB #fiff M**i*»* M *** flHk Wkmt ms# rti* ifhmbh ' • m tt« 111 A prwm Imnil Mu!Min« rvmtrwv# MM «**»* ilnrlvm tfeuil pMHMi ■* won hi imih t*» * J"!£"?: "ZfZSfZOl,***!! k!I pti4 M# brkliW'tf* t&^§4 mi « mfl up In i ti»Ai H«>f. |STh* » * The Uropoaed T»*t | •’You **r tM ittpi tfcicli to ttlMi |>fO|Wl#4 IMt tr# *l®|>l* WMWlk* ”T4n 1 hop' ,h *' ' •"T* Tt'J agacMagb la Mka the Igltiativ*. , * i! * for. say. •••. W or lion la circulating ! notes The die* will he made at th* expense of the bank and hsld by 'h* state. Tbe notes having been issued say, for example. SSO worth, and slgne*i iby the president and cashier of the I bank, and paid out over the bank s ! counter, ike government will demand the payment of 16, which lb* bank <>W els is will decline and refuse to pay. j Thereupon the government will Inst! tute measure* for the collection of the amount. Under the recently enacted i law, the hank president having ac ! quainted the governor as to the facts in the case, the attorney general of the •tats wiil bold hlrovclf In readiness to ' press tlie qoeatlon through the lower I courts up to the supreme sourt of the ! United States." 1 -What was the period of greatest , prosperity Io Georgia and the southT” "The fifties, that is from 1850 lo 18SM. The banks suspended specie payment in 1867 That w«u caused by one Of those waves of commercial disaster tbat sweep the country periodically. The banks suspend ed specie payment, hut ware per fectly solvent. The laws or force then permitted a three for one Isaue. For example, in 1860. Georgia had 29 banks of Issue, with a capital In rauud numbers of $17.000,000. This gave a possible circulation of $51,000,- 000. or ssl per capita for our then 1 000.000 people. The full Issue was never made, because no! needed. Ihe system was adapted to the wants of an agricultural people: the money flowed i freely into the channels of trade during | autumn and winter, receded during the i dull season, but was ever at command. ' Government reports, antagonistic to : state banks, have been slow lo speak the truth along this line. But they are j Improving. Mere Is a document which j contains a table showing the loss of banking funds in nine states ( Alabama. 'Georgia, the Caroltnas, et aI.J under : conditions existing in 1897 compared iwlih 1860. Take the facts as to Georgia. Further Facts and Figures. “lu 1860, Georgia had an actual pej capita as follows: Hanking capital. $15.78; deposits. $4.48; currency, $8.32 —total, $28.58. "In 1897, Georgia had an t aotual per capita as follows: Banking capital. $1.56; deposits. $3.21: currency. $0.43; total. $5.20. Difference against 1897. $23.38. Loss in amount of banking funds In 1897 at the per capita of 1860, $4.8,864.200. In the nine states named the average loss in banking fhnds in 1897 over 1850 are $t7.94. The actual loss to the nine states, 1897 over 1850, $284,000,000." "I shall use every possible endeavor to Induce some bank to take the stops necessary to make the test. If success Should attend the effort, Georgia and tite south will onee more have years of fatness, and all her people rill be pros perous and happy. “That you may appreciate the fact that we are on a $5 per capita basts, let me direct your attention to the fact that, according to the government, re ports, even national bank currency was withdrawn between 1881 and 1891 at the rate of $19,000,000 a year that is the outstanding currency In 18S1 amounted to $312,223,362; lu 1891, it amounted to $123,916,643. lu 1891, rue seven years of Pharoah’s lean nine be gun. Will they give place to the more favored klne with the year 1899? "Aside from proposed amendments to the national banking system, inde pendent of the most Liberal of those TTTHI A TJO-TTSTjA. SUNDAY IT BIT*-A, LID AUTOCRAT OF ALL TEN MILE HILL There Will he a Quid ChrUtnum There. Mt Nm tl Wlttl Vifftoe b Rt* * i (ir «*« #!**>* toil liMPf itti** >tM»a fgtfrk** iitd u'-# !•>•** *' • vi*l lb# Til# M # Tfeomaa IT Or? * of Mile kill section of «».* CKSKty. tbe looxhevt negro bat.ltntlot. In tb* •oWh A >Mr ago be was appointed • mggta irate for tb* bill, and hi* friend# here urged him not to accept tb* l> »re be cause it n«nt almuwi <*rtn.n death to do It. Tb* K*gr«»* living there hav* always been known as tb* meat wt'd «,d M».g* of «hel* race and bandred. of * tin!* re hibt bvs from •r* brought to Juaflce Judge Oreen. ( however, braved all the dangers and lb* gnst bloody records and took charge of the kill to rule tt. The Brat a** ha went into *.fitc* he was fired oa from an ambttafi. and h week later bis ■-unstable was shot. Within tbe yenr three of bit constable# were billed, but Green remained unharmed Be side* living, he bn* reformed the hilt. The* mild npcmi a hftVtf* IwdMl itrlven OUI and there Is mare a la Orevn In tbe neighborhood. "Judge Oree.Vs sensational record be gan when he leaned order# recently for all negroes on the hill to get married, j There were hundred* of men and wo men living together n# man and wtfe, and aurh a thing ns a marriage befora was unknown. One moinlng. however. Green pasted a little notice which said that every negro in the dlatrlrt would have to marry. He to>d all the men to bring their women to court within for ty-eight hours, and he gave notice, too, that punishment would come to all who refused. At first the negroes were paralyz'd 4>y the new order of thing*, and they allowed signs of flight, but Oreeu took his Winchester and a pair of aix-ahootera, and went among the moha, and told them that he was ruler there. With him was a constable simi larly aimed. When the negroes looked upon the arms they were frightened, and twenty-four couples were married the first day, That night a pine coffin was plai t'd at Judge Green's door. On the coffin «vaa»a note telling Judge Green that he had to quit the country or be killed. The note was written In red ink, and was signed hy ‘The com- | i mltte*.’ To show how he regarded the ; threat Green kindled a fire with the j coffin, and told his constable to go out ' and arrest ‘the commltte.’ The con | stable found one member who squealed | 1 and It was easy work arresting the gang. At court that morning Green 1 said, he would send every man up for (life, but they began to beg and plead, and told how much they loved and honored and respected the court " T want you to love and honor and respect this court,’ said Judge Green, •but 1 don’t want you to joke with it. See? Now. you can go, but the next time one of you happen In i’ll kill you. | Before you go from here you've got to ! marry. Now call in your women.' and 1 In fifteen ralntites four members of the death committee had been married. Thd negroes were stunned by the starter. The marriage work has continued, and Judge Green says he has married more than 500 couples up to date. " ’This marrying business Is respon sible for the change at the Hill,’ said Judge Green to the Constitution corre spondent last night, and T understand it is being adopted in other sections of the state, and especially in the lower country, where so many negroes live, t found by experience that a negro would j fight sooner for his ‘woman’ than for amendments, the hope of this state and the southern 6tates generally for a re turn of real ami lasting prosperity rests wholly under a kind Providence in the restoration to state hanks of the right guaranteed by tbe constitu tion of being banks of issue—the notes being redeemable in the money of the constitution. Our young men ought to feel the deepest interest in this question. Compared with the young men of today are hampered financially on every hand. In the fif ties, If a young man had energy, busi ness tael, sobriety —he did not lack long for ihe other essential to a husi ne*i career.” [ IImMI * VM# fW**w “** * • 1 v## VMMi Mi * % Up* W' ■# *** ■ # ■■ ,_ .. - 11 At air Rs* * * ['MHHMRMA, » A, . i * | v .« §£?••#--" fc UNPiUMPt , r I* ’ %-nAmt Cl *wmm «f lM « n| i ■ .jIZ kg| *«# #J . 4 . t . § f# vfllk • M*** %• j-flnl f Dm **Kh*tl TtMwwth »••• to VS M • IM. lVt Otfcff 4«V V%PV tjji# MOfP **• fMM’ Nt* IpccHf* *f lift# A r#« for® nf it mom prtv - (l - ~ . |w rh.irh tijHiiJPdMl, pf $ a lk IDu utsp *« j, u nw arri tore*. Tturec r 3TpiAoii irt* followed by i #i*t#iwodit Tb* Ihliur mbomt ih* dit tb* d*prre*dHl ft* lint tbtt forwrly •* rompanird tbt grip Op iht coptrprr; tfe* pptl*fit» t remtrkpbl* boor* moef of tpiritM. iu*fu» rr» of i traitrm! com* rmn# ip thin rlty wtf* Rttickid by tb* in a lisfie day. and f vrn. fHMtdmi havt b*i*n fated from duty by the dlaeas* d irin* the pant week. —fhliadeifihin Telegram to the PHUburg Dispntch, * • • Baron Ferdinand who died Saturday, wu the moat popular member of the Rothaclpld family. An Austrian hy birth, lie was a naturalized Engllab man. and had sat in the home of com mon* for Brecktnghamshirr since I*Bs. He had no artlv* relation with the firm, but his Income as a silent partner I* estimated at $1 .OOd.OWI a year, of whleh he spent nearly a third in chailty. re lieving numberless cases of distress ev ery year. He founded and handaomely endowed a hospital with 306 beds, in memory of hls wife, who has been dead thirty years. lie was a noted social figure. Hi* entertainments at Piccadilly and Wad desdon got together all the most brll i liant and smart members of society. I He was a great patron «>r art, and the best judge In Europe of French and • German pictures, curios and furniture of the seventeenth and eighteenth cen turies. Hls fortune, it is said will pass j to hls sous and his younger brother. I Banin Albert, the head of the Vienna house. —London Cable to the New ! York World. * m m Iron Graveyard Wanted. Tbe Iron manufacturers of Pennsyl vania have been asked through the me dium of the National of manufacturers to submit proposal* to the government of Venezuela for an iron graveyard in which to reinter 25.- 000 bodies. The proposal Is novel with Iron Industries of this state, although there are a few Iron cemeteries In southern cities. The graveyards, par ticularly in Caracas, heretofore have been built of stone, but these have proved unsatisfactory, and the Vene zuelans have become tired of building stone graveyards which have been erected at great expense of marble and granite. It Is believed that Iron will answer every purpose. But it must bo made waterproof, and Mr. Nagle, of the Manufacturers' association, said to day he did not. doubt, that Pennsylvania mechanics could Turnis* a structure tliat would answer every purpose.— Philadelphia Telegram to the Chicago Inter Ocean. • * « Altgeld Wants to be Mayor Chicago. All of Mayor Harrison’s friends are carefully avoiding approaching con tention In talking about, the existing political situation. h#t they are none the less alive to its exigencies, and are : prepared to meet anj* emergency that 1 may arise. They bays been Informed that ex-Govemor Aligeid has practical ly made up his mind to be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Mayor, and to contest (he primaries with Mayor Harrison! Chicago Chron icle. THE BANK ACT OF MR. CALVIN. The Meanurv Whkh PajMcd Lcffiftl«turc aml U Approved. Il Afltkgftt** $M I'fiiMn f*g Ik* NprilM ill hnjfififfi Ml Ilf 1 Rfilka fill Rgfilltt AannrU Dffltfiilfiif Xmw fit! m frnQf i Ik* Sgfii*, *f*l .%•* j 1 1 Pit# ft <# ctfiatiPC potifi pApII t* ff ’M nw »** miMtiiit* pad brar tb* tmifor® Pfgaa fur# of *«ch r*gUter. The l*»i»c to th* Bank. flac 3. Be It farther enacted hy lb * ! authority aforesaid. That whenever i anv bank or banking association, now chartered, or which, subsequent lo the passafin of this ant. shall be chartered by this Butt, ahull make application for such cliTulnting not*#, anld com- Tniuk.aera shall !»*u* to anld bank m amount of aucb not*# not *xce*d:ng seventy-live per resit of said bank’s i paid-up, unimpaired rnpltnl atock. and the notea Itaned shall be, and they ara hereby, made a first lien after taxes or money due the State, on the entire as sets of said bank Apd aald bank aha I keep la It* vault* at all times (In ad dition to the reaerve fend now re quired by law) In legal tender notes or specie twent- five per cent, of Ita out standing notea to Insure the prompt re demption of said note* on demand. Sec. 4. Be tt further enacted by the authority aforesaid. That such back* or banking asaoctslions as may comply with the provisions of this act, are hereby authorized, after scouring and signing such circulating notes. In the manner required by the provisions of this act. to make them obligatory. | promissory notes, payable on drmand. j nt the place of business, within this State, of such bank or banking asso ciation, to loan or circulate the same , mon6y. according to the ordinary course of hanking business as regulat ,ed by the laws of this state, j Sec. 5. Be It further enacted by the ! authority aforesaid. That if any bank lor hanking association, after receiving and putting in circulation such circu lating notes, refuses or delays payment In legal tender of the : l'iiitod States of any such jnota put lo circulation by It and pre i sented for (payment in the usual hours of business, it shall pay dsniages to A he holder of such note at the rate of | ten per cent, a year for the time dur ! mg which such payment Is delayed or I refused, and the holder, making such ! demand, may make affidavit of the < time «nd file such affidavit In the of ; floe of the Comptroller General of the I state; thereupon the commissioner shall give notice in writing to the bank which circulated said protested note, and if It neglects to redeem the same In legal tender of the United States for Uen days after such notice, said Com missioners shall Immediately, unless they are satisfied that there Is a good legal defense against the payment thereof. Rive notice by publication. In one or more of the public gazettes of this State, one of which shall be pub lished at the State capital, that they wiil proceed to foreclose the Hen given under the provisions of this art upon the entire assets of said batik, and hav ing realized on said assets by sale or other process conformably to the laws of this State, shall apply Mi* u*‘ l* o ' ceeds of said assets to the payment of all the notes circulated by said bank In pursuance of and by authority of the provisions of this act; and said Com missioners shall cilopi and resort to such other measures as will, in their judgment, most, effectually prevent loss M Mt* Mka fit naM wP*a *** ** s * tut tned SUM* h* #,| ** 1 i *M« ** Mki*. la 4fc* fihwffilMK #1 i%t i - K| ait w ’ r rt-r lasi *WIV *44** t%w Ilf (fiat* tn*T- Kt M*st WM* Ml M k**»* |K»*K *1 tlv fifltMlVKl »*»■•*■» Ml I tfit* |Mn *k4 $M»* Mfl f *? .;*#*» j#-MI f fiWH fw - * §##*#* **4 rm .A in ||R» t##ll mt IMUR%IiMI tHM*#' an#*--*® mtht% Im lift _ __ . w a l( z ftfitsiLt*# MHR*iftft**® _ Ayt n| ft#U4 *' * T tf th.*pmvtoWM «4 ", ..* flfr _ u i M u ik# wails i U| k ask fhlltl isrtb* aamt>er and ament i* of sarti aot*a *o tntmrri shall b* **t*vad npoa !h* r r par hooka of <b* ftwaftiK#** g*®' itral, and algaad by him and mild cash j lor #• dlrwtor. ilsr. 10. It* It further aaartad hf th* authority aforesaid. That M shall h* the Hut' of th* comniisaiJiMa sfore said to receive worn-out at mutilated rlrculs’lag net** of any ba*k °* bank ing atateallpß. wfcleb may »‘r#wt the ilrrnt* of this art. snA sfta* memoran dum' of the same shall Im** *>**u *n* tet*d by th* romptr l !!**-general In tb* i proper book jr hooka, to ****** the same to b* destroyed in th*U presence, and a record of tha dee*rue!lon of aurh worn-out or mutilated t'** l *’* * h *'J be made In the proper hook or books of the comptroller *<•****!• Thereupon said commissioners shall 4e! '^ er ., |B r :arr thereof to such bank or banking •aaortatlon o.ber < rcutatlag note# to lat amount equal to UkM m«tloned In ithi# sectiem. . . . | Hie 11. fi* It further enacted by the authority aforesaid. That no bank shall I have tn circulation at any °n« ** me notes in denomination trader five dol lar* to an amount exceeding one-fourth of Ita capital actually p* !rt ln - Charter F.aastlons. ! Sec. 12. Be It furl no* enacted by the authority sfor. said. That theshare hclders of such bank* •* themselves of the privilege of thla act Phiilt be. and they »r* hereby, ro»cie additionally liable to the amount of the face value of thrir shares for the circulating notes obtained c,r *“- lated under the provUtowa of thla act No shareholder shall escape the liabili ty Imposed by thin section by any transfer of hls stock If auch ransfer or sale Is made within sixty day. be fore the surrender or forfeituiv of I charter. No banks Anil be permitted to avail themselves of the provisions at this act. except those whose char e s conform to all the rfqulromentn of this ‘“sec. 13. Be it fuller enacted by the authority aforesaiijrhat the chief offl . thi gta ;p arMbeieby required to give every diHgefe to the performance of the duties aJgued them by th>a act; thatTailurelneglect or reftisal on » xart rvf the al>ve named officers to .1.--wu*'- to all the noins fid penalties now pro v«£ by tKJutes of this state for failure, 'neglect>r refusal to ptrtai anv other fiuUes provided for by law Sec 14. Be It further enacted by the authority aforesaid. That every bank or banking association which aha 1 avail itself of the provisions of th s act. shall make such arrangements as may be necessary to insure the circula tion of its notes at par In every portion Of this state, and to this end shall name, subject to the approval o? the commissioners, one bank in the state at which the circulating nous of said bank shall be redeemed at par. Pro vided, that nothing in this section shall relieve anv bank from Its liability to redeem its circulating notes, at its own counter, in legal tender of tbe United States, on demand. Sec. 15. Be it further enacted hy the CARNEGIE SENT FOR ! COL. BRYAN Halls Him as a Savior From Impcrmlbm. lift NAItM mlYii ftfkt AiM (nM Will Pntfi I *1 mm* pm ummm mm tm I wiiililA tfc Ml fVftA A#* fli«ft 4#nC IHMR IM# Mi- MM## (R# h**wm t MMMi## |Nft9 —.|. n „ mt** Mft fril® IM* f#rl# • m | mm • rrnm * »##«#♦ If A4f** F#pk mm®# ft# Mlft## ftMftW ft# YAftft 40Kjf ft*y (to# it#l flrffH ti### gwf#M#*Mftftftt- ip Tim au w* K»naa am**"* k**k MU' tsfiy mi MM, >«a**—c* an ar(*wt fi, •* wt a* tsas Mm tm Imwl Iwkm Mi **• :, mga ft m #ft®Ml ttm Mft# ftMftft(’**(t#l lMMftflftp tm TM tkta* Munfi ndsrrid tt turn aw v„ Usm.-at* tb* MUiaMKiv* ***** wanaffirdwtaa; IW Iks, fw I'karisa 11, r_ i krai parr- *t tlw MadkaM *1) -arr p~i anti rtf r'm iKacrk a*4 CM H„ p r Hswry Van Ihi* yuw *t tha ttrift Piwsbytertaa >bwr<b a< Fifth Hr Bryan mad* no unanna dwetag Jm* jLikhlifU f’d 1 n I SNiVftftMß *'fi#M#ftl »#•## |. Mia ff it -j ■(t mmtm ####•* ® % urm Ot tl# fmet M wh*m Mr flryftl ### # tot . ■ if pc r of lit# tfsltfttf Suit## A# ...Mwatlr and rwwadly tmoaomi CitMfb’, Aaataty. Th* anxiety at Mr Caraafii* ta tm aad talk with Mr Bryan was part lew 'arts ura*Wt. H* wrote th* latter threw ttawa 6»f«rv th* Mtalrw* lnt#wi*w an* bmuxkt about and In hls last Setter be drckaiwd Mr. Bryan "to b* th* only man la th* errantry who re* *#** ns fr m th* twin evli* of Imperialism and "Vrr.h. letter* Mr* rewMvad hy Mr Brysa brf.wv be rewrhad thla city, bat It* aa* not able at that tlm* ta arranae to a** Mr Caraegle. Aa anon aa Mr t'araecM learned that Mr Bryan was at the Bartholdi hotel he eaat a third letter to him bv special tnrff'Ditr Tb# too# ptmem at Mr. Caraecte's raaldonc*. No. 6 Writ Kitty-first atreat. and laatad a eoopl* of boor*. There were »<■ w 11 ****** preaeat. but it waa learned from a re liable source that the . onveraatioo waa mainly cc o lined lo the topic#-of Im perialism and mllltartam. which. H to ,a d Mr. < eraefii* derlared to b* the moat imminent danger* now confrcmt . mg the great . Mr. Cxrnegto. rt to aald. declared that the Beat at.-p toward the dentnieMpn 'of th# republic would fa* takan when 'the govrrnmea'. la order b> matn.ala It* hold upon newly » -*ulred territory, should tatabllsh the piisalMft of main tslrlng a great atandtng arutv. Mr Carnegie chare, trriaed the •chem# as a Frankeosteia. which would on* day aarely arise In lu might and rrush l*a creator. The lncreaaa of the number of th* country'* regu lar soldi*** would, he aald. Introduce , new element Into the country—an ! fiem-’tit Which In tht future would ! have to b* reckoced with. Danger la Great Army The regular, he salA was no better than a mi.ebine. Unlike the volunteer j soldier he did not go to war from rao | lives of patriotism, but because he waa ' ordered to do so. The only thing he knew was to obey order*. The only safety wea to keep the army down, but In such condition tbat it could be expanded hi time of war. It shewtd be backed by a national reserve thor oughly trained and ready for service at a moment’s notice. , Such, In brtef. were some off tho thing* said*by Mr. Carnegie jit this memorable‘lnterview, and Mr. / Bryan frankly admitted that in them waa *m boiVert good Democratic doctrine. He reiterated bis belief that the/pollry of imperialism. If pursued, Mould be gravely dangerous to the republic and expressed hls satisfaction that. Mr. Carnegie agreed with thto yiew. The Interviews with Drt» Parkhnrst and Van Dyke were no less remarkable aa showing a complete change of feel ing oo the part of theaK eminent cler gytnen. . Nevertheless these tyro men met W ti liam J. Bryan upon a common ground of sympathy last Sunday, end listened eagertv to the gospel of Democracy as it fell from bis lips- Mr- Br >' an ca,l<s ‘ l upon Drs. Farkhurst and Van Dyke last Sunday afternoon by invitation.— New York Journal. authority aforesaid. That should the government of the United States seek to collect the tax of ten per cent on the circulating notes of any bank or backing association conducting busi ness under the provisions of this act, and said bank or banking association refuse to pay the same, the president thereof shali immediately notify the governor of all the facts In the case, whereupon the latter shall at once in struct and require the attorney-gen eral instantly to take whatever legal step* may be necessary to carry the question of tt# constitutionality of the said Federal ta* of ten per cent to the supreme court of the United States for final adjudication. Sec. 16. Be It further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That all laws and parts of laws in conflict With this act be, and the. same is hereby repealed.