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Opposition To Carlisle's Bill

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Washington, Dec. üO.- An unexpectedly strong opposition to the Carlisle currency bilí now before the house is disclosed by tlic list oí those who have asked for time to spcak 011 the measure. Two lists have been made, oue for jnembers of the banking committee who wish to be heard, and the other for members not on the committee. The committee Hst shows the members divided on party lines, except Representative Ellis, Democrat, who has asked for time'to speak against the bilí. The other list shows fourteen members who will speak for the bilí and thirty against it. Of the thirty against it, eighteen are Democrats. The list of Bpeakers is as follows: For the bilí - McCreary, Pendleton of West Virginia, Bynuin, Talbert, Lañe, Berry, Brickner, Sickles, Caruth, Tracey, Livingston, Greshain, Coombs, Stockdale. Against thu bilí- üingley, Republican; Sibley, Democrat; Hendrix, Democrat; Cockran, Democrat; Bowers, Republican; Bland, Democrat; Hatch, üemocrat; Beltzhoover, Democrat; Cooffeen, Democrat; McLaurin, Democrat; Bryau, Democrat; Daniel3, Republican; Weadock, Damocrat; Powers, Republican; C. W. Btone, Republican; C. K. Bell, üemocrat; Lacey, Republican; Maguire, Democrat; Richardson, Democrat; Ncwland, tíilverite; Dolliver, Republican; Simpson, Populist; Pence, Populist; Boen, Populist; Cooper, Democrat; Rawlins, Democrat; Holman, Democratr Noill, Democrat; J. C. Bell, Populist, Little, Democrat. All of those for the bilí are DemocratsThose against it are: Democrats, 18; Re imblicans, 7; Populists, 4, and ííewlaiids, Silver, 1.


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