REPUBLICAN AUTHORITY. Hon. William D. Kelly said: 'Let the raw material come in L t us make blankets that will drive out English blankets." Vice President Wilson "I think American labor will be best protected by taxing the necessaries of life but lightly and placing raw materials which enter into our manufactures on the free list." John J. Ingalls "Among the most villainous schemes of corporate larceny is the sugar trust. The thieves and robDers who control the sugar market and put np the price ought to be sent to the penitentiary for life. Sogar ought to be free to make such combinations impossible." John A. Logan "Wheu a gentleman stands npon the fl jor and tells me this high, this extraordinary high tariff is for the protection of the labaring man, I tell bim I do not understand how he can possibly substantiate such a theory." Senator William B. Allison of Iowa "Thejvar tariff had been jusUied only by t'he internal revenue tax levied for war purposes. I condemn the idea of limiting trade to the home market, ai; 1 affirm that the farmer has practically no protection at all." Joseph T. Cannon, Illinois "We have already contribnted to the sugar planters plant-ers r-ver 5.000.CCO dollars, and in God's name, I ask are they going to stand forever for-ever and cry, 'more more'?"' Henry Wilson, New York "Sinee the reduction of the duties on raw materials in England since wool was admitto.l free her woolen manufacturers have so increased, so prospered, that the production pro-duction of native wool has increased more than 100 per cent."