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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING TffAT In tho City ComTaincd THE MOST EXTENSIVE In tlie Mountain VOL 200 SALT LAKE CITY UTAHi THURSDAY MOKHIKG JUNE PRICE FIVE CENTS THEY HATURALLY OBJECT Importers of Foreign Goods Oppose the BeKinlcy Bill SHERMAN PRESENTS A WOOL SCHEDULE Cause of the Pennion Deficiency Great Increase in tho Number of Oriffirial Iuhlic lanl Bill Free Delivery WASHINGTON D June dele gation of about 100 Importers frurn New York City appeared totiay before tho Senate on Finance to protest against passage of tho McKlriky Tariff bill J M of Ar nold Constable Co was tho chief spokesman fur tho Icltiijation tie presented tlio formal pro tost of tho of Now York OUior members delegation also on Tyrcd various protests against tho bill Tho hearing was Minn closed Senator Sherman responded Cor tho committee saying that It had hoard tho speakers with interest and would givo dun consideration to all Mi at had been said Tho printed protestprosontofl to tho comruiUon by Coristiiblu was siKiiod by 4J55 rnoruantlUi firms of Now York Olby It protests agHinst tho passage of tho bill for tho following reasons FiiKtBecaus It Is wholly tmricoussury Hit country no longer noodlng a rovonuo fioru such tmcitlludror and unjust taxation doofi not accomplish Its pur pOSO Is that It discriminates in favor of the rich against Uiu poorer What it is and what it ought to Genera Armstrong of tho Institute opened the dis cussion followed by Kcv Dr Allen secro tarvoftho Presbyterian Board of MLssions and Kov A F Uaird secretary of tho American Missionary Association General Hayes said tho American people had a grave indispensable duty to perform with respect to the mlllionsof men and women among our countrymen whose an cestors our fathers brought from Africa to bo hold in bondage hero in America It may be Justly said in tho deepest sense of the words that we are indeed keepers of our brothers In Education and those words in the broadest fulUifully wisely and persistently brought homo to people would bo found In good tirno amply adequate to lift tho African up to tho full stature of American manhood Upon the stitution uand Jaws of tho Nation and States and upon their administration the welfare of the negroes like that of their fellow largely depends This wide area of duties belongs to tho domain of practical stntosmunshlp It will bo explored investigated discussed and dealt with by those who mako and those who execute tho laws Suite and National by tho public press ind by political parties Those ugoncics guided Iiy tholr souse of duty and supported liy public opinion wo uiayjiope will In long run ho adequate to tho re hill tics devolved upon thorn Our Mohawk conference accepts the loss con spiouous but hardly less grave and in I fluonilal place of employing the forces which concern Mio benevolent and religious sldo of the question THE DAY IN CONGRESS SKNATIO PASSES THIS IfORTIJFI CATION Ft handicaps tratlo Tt retards Uio prowiosa of tlio Na tion Lluj wolfaroof tho whole country and tho permanent good of thu maniifaotufors who a roduction rather than an inoroaso of ho fcarlll1 duties Tho Administration bill Inorousos tho revonuo by many millions of dollars AtfOTlIKIt IllOTlCHT A of about orm luiridrcd Im porters of vurlous articles including silks il glasswaro from Now Hosfcon IMilladelphla clnnatl appoarotl before tho Sunalo anco Cornrnlttoo arid rnado a strong pro tho passaKO of tho MeKuiloy tar i IT bill run vArjRimNK scrni CASK Tho Sourntary of tho Interior denied tho jrioUoii foi a rovlow of his doclslon of March 27th In tho Scuttle Mclo lands CRSO Tho ease Involved tho right to locate Valen tino scrip upon certain tide lands adjacent to tlio lihon Territory of Wash liiKton in his decision the Secretary says the motion for review does riot rnlso any now question nor susgost any material fact or point of law not discussed or involved lu tlio decision of March 37th A NEW Shorrnan today proposed and had to Jornrnlttooasan amondnunt to tho Tailir bill a wool schod by tho National Wool 0 rowers Association Senator also pro tho bill by putting wlilto pino Umber pn tho froo I to I NOMINATIONS W Ilonry liyars SurvoyorGonoral of OroKon Resistor of Land Ollloo Charles at Murysvlllo California IiTWK DHMVMRV Tho PostmastorGmioral has ordered tho of a froo delivery system at the following onioos sorvico July 1st Utah Santa Biubara Santa Cul TfIB HUKCKtNlltOOE CASK OLOSBn nrookinrldKO has noMflod tho of tlio IIouso Commlttoo on that ho will not call thn wit uossos In his oaso now In tho olty Conse y thn case may bo regarded as ilnally osod A IlniTjIO LANT Tho House Commlttoo on Public Lands ordered a favotablo toport ou the btll the proomption law rod vicing of all agricultural lands per aoro and providing for a uniform mctliod of making solooMons of school In demnity lands In public land Stated TIIK TENSION rUCtlCrKNCV II Is stated at tho Pension Ofllco that tho lolioionoy In tho amount of funds In tho hands of tho dltloront agents which resulted In tho announcement by an Indianapolis agent that a largo number of pensioners would bo compelled to wait until hily 1st for payment of tholr pensions has boon caused by tho unusually largo number of allowances niado by tho Pension Oflleo under tho present administration and particularly slnoo General Kamns ibrni begun The groat amount of itllowiiricos bus beun largely in original cases Thoro have boon issued alroady 7000 tnoro original ponslons than voro issued during tho last fiscal your Tho Tension Otllcos record for tho prosont llsoiil year itis stalod will bo far ahead of that for any single fiscal year for many years Final payments by pension agents will not bo oomplotod until Juno SOth and those have not boon paid by that time will bo compelled to waitonly a few days un til tho appropriation for tho next fiscal year becomes avatlablo on July 1st A The French Commander Explains Why Ho Kemovcd the Seines SYDNKV Capo Breton Juno Tho French warship whoso oonunandor kicked sllch a rumpus on tho Nowfoundlaud by ordering thu native fishermen to zuako room Cor Fronelnnon has arrived hero Hoc says tho rights of French fishermen the Newfoundland coast havo boon established treaty and for two hundred years It has been tho oxistom when tho natives occupied tlio fishing roqutwt tho British warships to cause thorn to mako room for the French which has boon always done In 1hN case there wore no British warships to call on so tho Fronch comnmndor made the order diro6t Not more than a dozen seines wcrb removed from tho bay of St George Tho commander declared that it was outlro ly a political hullabaloo A DECLARATION OF WAtt HALIFAX N Juno Tho Newfound land papers rocolvocl tonight are tilled with accounts of the St Georges Bay matter In tho articles the French war ship is fiercely attacked for having ordered certain note of Enslish fishermen removed ahd tiie com iiianclor of the British vessel scored for his inaction Tho papers declare that the action of the French manofwar 3s tantamount to a declaration of war A CONF3SRENCE Exrresiclent Hayes Presides and Bcliyors an Address MOHAWK LAKK N Juno Tho negro conference opened here tills morningwith a large ninbber of distinguished men from all parts conn try present is first of its kind and1 called to consjldor the ftuea of and pooplo ayes wasielected president The topic for the ruoinins was Ihdustrral Education Tlic Secretary of Mio Interior Denies tlint Jowoll MtMupiHoprlatod Irrigation FundtivVn JSIoctlon Contest Settled N Juno tho Sonato tho resolution was agreed to for an inquiry Into tlie management Fish Commissioners oftlcto Tho presiding officer announced as a select committee on tlio bill for tho iishtnont of the University of the United Stutos Kdinuads Slierniiui Ingalls Blair Harris Hiitlor Gibson and Harbour Tho formication bill was then taken up the pending question being ou striking out tho two items for tho Watorvloit N arsenal for the erection of a south wing and for machinery for 12 Incli guns und insorting in lion of them the following Kor boring and turning lathes rilling machine and SOton triveling crane fully equipped for the manufacture of12 inch guns at Wutoivioit Arsenal N After discussion the aniendinont wits agreed to Teller olletud an amendment to purchase and testrecoil and operation ot an Infantry small arm of SiOcallber with a compound accelerating cartridge also to tost one light rapidfiring rap idtransit six pourider broochloading Held gun mounted upon a disappearing shielded field gun CHirinso and also to tost one retiring sea coast dofoiiHu carriage Agreed to All tho amendments recommendedby tho Committee on Appropriations were agreed to and tho bill wac reported to the Senate Thoro was a separate vote taken on tho amendment increasing tho appropriation for rlllod so aco mortars from to The amendment was agreed to All other amendments were agreed to and tho bill passed Thy concurrent resolution of tho House authorising fchu enrolling clerk to insert I u tho Administrative bill a certain proviso agreed to byLho conforunco committee but omitted by erroiIn the enrolled bill was presented explained by Allison and agreed to It has reference to duties on imported goods iiaved from wrecked vessels A communication from the Secretary of the Interior In reply Stewarts resolu tion us to tho conversion of the fund for Ir rigation to topographical surveys denying that there was any suchdiversion was pre sented road and ordered printed and ro to tlio Commlttoo on Irrigation Stewart asserted nevertheless that money had boon squarely misappropriated and tho whole legislation on the subject of Irrigation luul turned out to be an unmitigated evil It having boon turned over to Major 1owell who controlled the whole business Reagan said he had occasion to look into the question and he bullevod that Major Powell had acted in strict accordance with the law 1Yyo olVored resolution to authomo the Irosklont to form an alliance with foreign countries for the suprosslon of tho liquor trafnc Koforred to tho Commlttoo on Voroign Relations House WASHINGTON Juno presented tho conference report on the Army Appropriation bill Aftor some debate over tho canteen clause tho report was agreed to MoriIll reported a disagreement of tho conference committee on tho Senate Be ponclont Pension bill Tho House insisted ou Us amoridmiints providing a sprvloe pen sion jiud a further hearing was ordered Tho House then resumed consideration of the Alabama contested election case of Mo Dunio against Turpin The roll was called on lilu majority resolution seating MeDufflo and It was agreed WO nays 113 McDutue then appeared at tlie bar of the House took tho oath of oftlcs Adjourned HE CENSURED DIAZ A Gwindson of Mexicos First Eiu to Bo CotivtMavtialcd CrTV OK MEXICO June Dis Francisco Chronicle A venire has boon placed hi tlio bauds of the proper authorities for military men to act as Jurors in tho eourtrnavtial of Lieutenant De Iturbido for tho publication of a letter In Tiwvo criticising the acts of the Vrosidont of the Republic who as in tho United States Is communderiuchief oC tho army The work of summoning the ofllcors who will act as jurors will bo started tomorrow and it Is stated that tho trial will take place some time during the coming week Tho military prosecuting attorney bus completed tho labor of a preliminary examination in the case which is the first of tho kind which has over come up in tho Republic Iturblde will bb defended at tho court uiartlal which will probably bo convened at tho Santiago military prison by Augustin Vordugo one of tho best criminal lawyers in Mexieo The opinion of many military men is that bo found guilty of censuring his superior officer and will bo sentenced receiving Executive clemency the President pardoning him at an early day Tho trial owing to tlio high social standing of If urbldo and the fact of his be ing a grandson oi tho first Emperor of Mexico will bo the most Interesting court martial since that oi Maximillian of whom tho prisoner is an adopted heir Mrs Iturbide mother of the Lieutenant was born in Washington flatly denied she had implored assistance on behalf of her son from any foreign Minister The War in Formosa SAN Juno The steamer City of Poktn arrived from Yokahoma The war against the savages In Formosa is being conducted in a desultory manner The troops have suffered scvcjre aiid are unable to make any progress in the subjugation of the country It Is bplioved the troops in North Formosa have lost hoavlly both from Battaoks of tho enemy and from disease In the south of also tho whole Ohotan tribe of aborigines have again the warpath oarisecl by tho arrest and eonllnornent of tnoir r petty oirenses IHTERN SPECIAL lissoarian Bound for Salt lake Suicides afc Montrosc DEATH OF A MONTANA JOURNALIST A Colorado Storekeeper Young Irwin Takes an Overdose pi Change at Boise Attack a Squaw MONTHOSE Juno to the westbound Salt Lake express stopped at the depot about 2 oclock this morning a man stepped otY on to the platform and pulling a pistol from bis pocket held it to bis right temple and fired Ho as the parties who bad heard the shot rushed to bis side they found him in the throes of death and bo expired in a few scoonds ITo was a darkcomplexioned man apparently 28 yours of fine physique and would weigh about one hundred and seventyfive pounds On bis personwere found Si 4 in cash an openfaced silver watch a ticket to Salt Lake and two express receipts dated at St Louis made out to Charles Bohs one for 8150 addressed to Fred Uohs Woe Kim arid the other for addressed to the same person at Delassus Mo As bis ticket expired at midnight of June 3rd it Acorns that ho had some trouble with the conduc tor on the train as a note was found on bis person which read The conductor will not bo the i me any A MONTANA MT3S BUTTKvJune George D Eastin formerly editor of the IIolonu Independent and correspondent of several leading newspapers throughout the country died last night at the Warm Springs Insane Asylum of paralysis of the brain Ho was committed to tha asylum in November last He loaves a widow A CHANGE AT BOISE BARRACKS BAHUACKS Idaho to Troop D Second Cavalry composed of throe officers and fortynine men who for the past four years have been stationed at Boise Barracks left on a special train for Portland en route to Fort Lowell Arizona where they will bo stationed hereafter Troop F Fourth Cavalry of Fort take the place of Troop D at Boise Barracks A STOKBICEWriSH MUitnELtWD TRINIDAD Juno to IUB L Underwood was found dead this morning by some residents of Westminster Ho owned a small store in the Mexican portion of city and was considered wealthy and was known to have considerable money about bis person It is thought that robbers entered ills last night and were caught there by Under wood and to escape they had to kill him Ho was found behind the counter and his body was still and cold indicating that death had resulted several hours before Ho had boon struck on the head by some blunt instrument and there was a small hole in the leftside of the neck severing the jugular indicating that it was done with a Mexican stilletto AN LAUDANUM DENVER Juno to Duncan Irwin a young man of 26 died at his rooms In Stout street this morning from an overdose of laudanum The drug was taken last night to relieve him from neural gia pains in the head and his condition was not discovered until 0 this morning too late to save liis life His father is a leading physician and Superintendent of Public In struction at Ft Wayne Indiana HUN DOWN A GAUMS CATC SPOKANE FALLS June to TUM morning John Hudson an old G A R veteran a member of Sedgwick Post run down and perhaps fatally injured bya cable car Being somewhat deaf lie did not hear the ap proach of the car until it was upon him He was knocked clown and dragged some distance by the fonder in front of the wheels else he would have been run over and killed instantly His thigh is crushed his left leg broken and it is feared that be has sustained internal injuries which will prove fatal TRAMlS ATTACK A SQUAW Two tramps attempted to commit ah out rage of an aged Siwash near Hang man crook just wost of this city last even ing She struggled fiercely with bor assail ants and atthesamo time set up screams which brought to her assistancethroo bucks who wore close by A battle ensued be tween the whites and the Indians which resulted disastrously to the wouldbe ravishors They wore badly pounded siud would have fared much worse had not outsiders appeared and inter posed The miscreants were allowed to which they made haste to do ROYALTY SNUBBED Premier Mercier Ignores a Son of tlie Queen MONTREAL June TRIBUNE Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle talk at clubs and in society circles tonight is the evidently premeditated adminis tered by Premier Moreler to the Duke and Duchess of Oonnaugh Since the advent of the royal party hove1 lie has studiously avoided them of the guests in vited to meet them at dinner on Monday evening at Sir George but pre ferred to preside at the distribution of prizes to scholars of night schools was again absent today although specially in vitcd at an excursion down the liasrnin Rapids Merciors Radical if riends are de lighted and say that his attitu tie is per fectly consistent with his Deihociatic and Republican ideas especially among the English element is highly incensed and s6n of Prussian Princess should have beeu slighted Sir GeorgeStephen does notcare to speak of the incident sent apology Secret Societies NEW YORK June AtY a1 meeting of reformed the report of the Societies caused souio excitementraridleousiderable discussion Among rbthers Roy v son of Oakland arraigucdAtbe Masonic order Af tor nil btoe was appointef toldraf t pi lutibn indioatlye of the Want BUFFALO of the yter iarii GJiurcliVadppted all laws respecting divorce not in accord with the Emphatic reso lutions were passed favoring the use of the Bible in the common schools Tile report includes a request to the President to Incor porate In his Thanksgiving proclamation a a proper recognition of Jesus Christ as the Supreme Ruler of the Nation A CARGO OF SAINTS One Hundred and Twenty of Israels Children Arrive NEW YORK Juue One hundred and twenty Mormons arrived this the steamship Wisconsin from Liverpool un der the leadership of Elder Wiley represent ing the Union Pacific and Elder Prindle of the Mormon Church The party is en route to Utah The names and vouched for by tho steamship company and Elder Wiley were taken by Chief Contract Labor Inspector a test case will some time in the future be brought into court tos decide if the Mormons came hero in violation of the alien contract law If the decision be that the Mormons arecon tract laborers in tho meaningof the they will be sent back to Enrooe In the meantime they are allowed to proceed to Utah A Street Railway Strike s The employees of the Consolidated Street in num ber struck for an advance in wages THE RECOBFoTGrllE AN ARIZONA FAMILY MTJBDEflKD BY INDIANS A Deputy Marshal Murders a Distiller Two Kentucky Desperadoes Caiirics Oil1 Ten Thousand KNOXVILLE Juno Francisco Chronicle Series Reports received here state that Bud Lind say a Deputy United States Marshal shot and killed Kilts a distiller in Campbell county Lindsay wished a gallon of wh islcy and Kilts told him that he could not sell less than ton gallons under his Lindsay got mad and abused Kilts The distillers son thought Ills father in danger and threw a rock at Lindsay Lindsay went away ward pistols and rode back to Kilts latter saw him coming and locked but Lindsay broke it down and shot Kilts twice killing him in stantly He then shoot the boy but missed him and hit silittle girl but did not seriously wound her Lindsay was arrested and given over to the1 Sheriff of the county Lindsay is a desperate character having murdereda prominent citizen of Campbell county years ago and escaped because of lack of evidence claiming selfdefense were no witnesses The place of killing is twentyfive miles telegraph station MURDERED BY INDIANS TUCSON A June brought word todayof the killing of a man and wife children and the burning of their house at thirty miles east of ranch is onthe direct trail from San Carlos Indian Reservation is supposed to be the work of Indians v TKN THOUSAND AWDAjWOMAN bune cashier of the Sulphur Deposit Bank at Sulphur has left for unknown parts It is believed that lie is short in his accounts With him is Watkins wife of the proprietor of the hotel at Sulphur TWO BAD MT3N y LOUISVILLE June is just received that a fight occurred between the Turners of Harlan county and a Sheriffs Two wore killed Jim Turner and Ed Pace and three won ncled Bob Stapietonwus the only one of tile posse hurt WISCONSIN SCHOOTj LAW The German Tjutherans Pass Resolu tionsAgainst It MILWAUKEE June 4 The Lntheran antiBennett compulsory school law convention today passed resolutions protesting against the Bennett law because it unnecessarily and civil and religious liberty offers the School Board an opportunity of determining arbitrarily that a child dining the period of enforced attendance must attend school in tho city town or district in which it re sides thus depriving tbe parents of the right to send their children to better and more suitable schools outside ofthodis trict compels parochial and private schools to observe the time or times of at tend ance fixed School Boards without re gard to rights and customs of churches or their schools prescribes certain studies also as the medium of instruction therein affords School Boards ample opportunity to usurp powers not given them although the State and its officers have no right to in terfere with the management of parochial and other private schools The resolutions declare that regardless of former party affiliations Gorman Lutherans shall vote for such candidates only as pledge themselves to work for the repeal of the Bennett law The following offered by Professor Ernest was also Resolved That this convention deeply regrets thepresent Governor W JD Hoard has ac cord in to reports in the organ of his whiohhavo not been denied public meeting that pastors and congregations have conspired to keep the minds of the youth in darkness the pastors also being charged with entering into such conspiracy for mammon Whosoever has any knowledge of conductof onr churches is aware of tlic clergy as well as the laymen have made every effort to offer allpossible eclucationalofacil Hies to and and ex tremely assertions by Mr Hoard need not be refuted Resolved TIM we repel indignation upO assertion made repeated Sen tinel edited by Mr Horace Rublee that the inencagainst the Bennett and encouraged by the pastors who members of their aithough it is known to every one that movement is pamc ularlv one of the beads families and of tlie people We regard suchinsinuationsnas insult to the thereby represented as men without convictions and blindlyfollowing of their clergymen We brand such insinuations as contemptible falsehoods and hope Vthat our fellow citizens will rait themselves to be innuenced by Xomestic at ablucted a girl 9years StatOvatfspite of h appi ly a i f mbnthsvagora Reparations wasagreedlibi h i fj Congressional and Other Candidates forthe November Race ELDER SPRIN6EB IS RENOMINATED Maine and Illinois Democrats De nounce Republican Preacher Nominated ibr Governor Alabama publican Congressional Executive Committee SPRINGFIELD June The Demo cratic State convention mot at noon After the appointment of tlie usual cpmmittees adjourned till 2 p in The convention met 2 oclock and made the temporary organi xation permanent Tho following nomina tions were made State Treasurer E S Wilson Gluey Superintendent of Public Instruction Henry Eaab Belleville Trus tees of State University Richard Morgan of Livingston John H Bryant of Bureau and N W Graham of Jackson county A resolution indorsing John W Palmer for United States Senator was adopted amid great applause The platform reaffirms the platform of 1SSS It says The admission of fraudu lent Senators from Montana and the unseat ing of Representatives duly elected in order to give greater strength to the Republican majority are precedents alike dangerous to the safety arid perpetuity of the Govern The McKinley tariff bill is denounced as a crime and a conspiracy against the toilers of America The Australian ballot system is favored On the muchtalked of school subject tho following resolu tion was adopted JlMolved That the Democratic party in con vention asfftmblccl henrtily endorses tho public school system of the Suite of Illinois and it de clares that the purental right todirect and con trol tlio education of the child should 1orevor re main inviolate and that tlui provision of tho law oi 1SS9 uommonly known as the compulsory edu cation statute impairing iiuilieuablc right should be at oiice tins sub ject wo adopt the following propositions and hold them to he selfevident To determine Jiud direct the education or a child is i natural right of the parent There arises put of this parental right a duty to provide education one by natural or human law a duty to another and fails to perform that duty the State can enjoin or compel perform ance punish for or supply he lack where to the injury of society the nonper formance is wrongfully persisted in Wise statesmanship encourages general pop nlar education duos not mean or require unjust or unnecessary interference with those wlio arc educating their children according to thu best oi their ability and iu conformity to the conditions in life of and child Compulsory education in the sense that parents who violate or neglect duty may be compelled toil performance or punished for nonperformance is tacit Compulsory education in the sense of con trolling or seeking to control or dislodging from their rightful place those parents who are dis charging their parental duties commensurately with the state oi1 tlie life ot the parent and child is not allowable even to the State For the education of his children one parent may select a public and another may select a private or school still another furnish proper education without the aid of any school und each of the three in KO doing exercises a right protected by the law of the laud as well as by the law of nature and for doing which he olfer neither excuse nor apology The public and private or denominational schools are in law neither related nor are they subordinate one to tlie other nor need they be antagonistic Wefavor and pledge ourselves to the enaot of statutes To require parents who are not performing their duty iu respect to educating their children to1 do so To correct incorrigible truants and to mini mize the evils of truancy by sending truant children to such schools as the parents may des To prohibit child labor with all its debasing consequences Tlie platform favors the liberal coinage of sil ver REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTED WASHINGTON Tune 4 Following are the members of the Executive Committee of the Republican Congressional Campaign Com mittee James New York chair Philetus Sawyer Wisconsin Francis B Stockbridge Michigan Joseph H Walker Massachusetts Henry H Biugham Pennsylvania Leonidas 0 Honck Ten nessee Louis B McComas Maryland Al bert 0 Thompson Ohio Hosea Townsend Colorado Mark H Dunnell Minnesota William Vandever California Scuuyler S Olds secretary A MAINE AUGUSTA Maine June The Demo cratic State Convention nominated Hon F W Hill of Exeter for Governor The convention adopted a platform reaf firmingthe principles of the National plat of Republican corruption is vigorously denounced as is also the Mc Kinley Tariff bill The Republicans of Maine are arraigned for hypocrisy on thei liquor question A minority resolution to resubmit the prohibition Constitutioaal amendment to the people was THE ALABAMA June The princi pal fight in the Republican State conven tion today was over tlie issues between members of the White League and An ti League The latters candidate was elected chairman of the executive commit tee convention decided to nominate the following Noble Shiitnson Secretary of State W H Vernon Auditor E T Jeri nings D Booth Attorney General John T Ezell ELDER SPRINGER RENTOMI1SATBD iNGiriEiiD June The Demo cratic convention for the Thirteenth Con gressional District today renomiuated Hon William M Springer for Congress by ac is Mr Springers ninth nomination VANDEVER countiesgive Hermann for Congress 8S77 majority Pennbyer EpiscopalOhurefrSouth wasJiiorainatedfor The i piatforin denpiinces theold f or their1 to liyiupr in tho oriicinalipackagerde cisibn organizations jlnlth ecoiin r r opposes citizens wha the early business meeting to havo a sort of celebration of tho founding of the Actor s Fund it which prominent men sptnik Last year the speakers were Chauncey Daniel Dougherty and William Winter Yesterday wore G rover Cleve land General Sherman General Horace Porter Laurebo Porter and Lawrence Bar They were all seined when Daniel Douzhertv came upon the stage Ho as usual wreathed in smiles and greeted General Porter who was nearest tho oml of tho lino very warmly Xext In order caino General Sherman with whom ho also spoke a word and then passed to A M Pal mer who was also greeted with a handshake Next to Palmer sat Cleveland who up to this time Dougherty evidently had not noticed He had stepped ono pace away from Palmer in tho progress of his hand shaking when he saw Cleveland hesitated a moment and thon turned with a frown on his face instead oihis usual smile and wont back and sat down by Porter without hav ing iu tho sliirhtost way recognized Cleve land and without being recognized in tho faintest way by Dougherty was always supposed to have been a warmfriend of tho exPresident and the reason for the falling out for there cer tainly lias been one is a mystery Dough erty nominated Cleveland in the convention of and as Doushortys speech was not ono of bis greatest efforts it may havo boon that Grovor was not satisfied The Temperature CHICAGO June York 70 New Orleans 70 St Louis 78 Cincinnati 70 Chicago 74 Winnipeg SG BROKE OP IN CONFUSION A LIVELY CAUCUS OX THE SILVJSK QUESTION McKInlcy Oilers a Speaker Bcetl Takes Part in the Dis Probubilitios for Legislation 300 f SALT LAKE TRIBUNE BUREAU 517 Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON D June The House caucus on silver this afternoon was an interesting and exciting attempt to whip the silver men into line on tho House bill Seventythroe Republicans attended the caucus which was heated in tho discus sions from tlie opening to the close Major McKinley presented general amendments to the House bill which he urged the Republi cans to endorse The principal one made the silver certificates redeemable in coin or lawful money Mr Payson of Illinois spoke ou the same line It is possible that the amendments would have carried if Speaker Reed had not thrown himself into the arena and inadea bittor speech against the committal of the Republican party to what he called a policy of affliction At Its close several Republican friends of silver aroseand demanded to know whether they were to be bound by tho action of the caucus announcing their in tention to withdraw if such rshould be the decision The chairman declared that the vote of the caucus would not be bindin When the vote was taken McKinleys amendment was defeated by 24 to 34 The caucus then broke up in confusion anddisorder As aresult it can be confi dently stated that Windums bill cannot be endorsed as a party measure Tho atmos phere has1 been cleared be passed by the present will recognize silver as anything else than a money metal It will not be degraded into a mere The Senate is ing to pass a Silver bill which will stop only short of free coinage and the House will be forced to concur THE CAUCUS PROCEEDINGS June 4 Associated Press Republican Kepreseuta tives went into caucus immedi ately upon adjournment of tho House this afternoon to consider tho silver question It had been announced in advance by the leaders that the real purpose was a confer ence rather than a formal caucus It was suggestedvtlaatthere was no definite propo sition before the caucus so Representative Buchanan submitted a motion that the Cau cus bill as it stood be reendorsed Much talk followed and developed a diversity of views submitted a prop osition which in effect proposed a reference of the bill back to tlie former caucus com mittee with instructions to report a bill which will place gold and silver on a parity by allowing the issue of certificates to an unlimited extent ou deposits of either metal ai tbe market Representative Dprsey of Nebraska sub mitted a substitute for the caucus bill the draft of a bill proposed to intro duce in theHouse It provides that any holdeivof American silver may depositit in the Treasuryand receive full legal tender certificates on a basis oLthe market price of silver that sufficient bullion be coined to meet the needs of redemption and that the National note redemption fund shall be covered into the Treasury Representative Perkins denounced the monbmetalists vigorous speech and noted his objections to the bullion redcmp tion nature of the caucus bill Finally McKinleycame to the front with a compromise proposition asfollows it is the sjiisft of caucus that the Conger bill as modified by the special sfcould pass the House with tbe fol lowing amendment the amount of silver bullion be purchased monthly shall befour and onehulf million of dollars worth That thebullionredemption feature or the billshould be stricken out the Treasury notes should be tenders for well as public should be redeemable the funds held for the redemption of National bank notes should be covered into the Treasury coinage when the ratio of The was voted down and the other fivewere adopted When there was a good deal of confusion in the minds of the members as to whether or not they were WASHINGTON Juries 4 bound to support proposition VandovS Rep ofthe Sixth California Dis The Committee will deciaewlien sent telegrams to friends declining the bill will the House to Center the field for ask Ms name THE OREGON PARIS June release PORTLAND Juue re prison the Duke or Orleanssaid be greatly n fifin Laving to The prinee to Blatter leavingthe a Cony en tipn this Com initteeswere to Methodist WAILING AT EPSOM DOWNS Aristocratic Plungers Staled Fortunes on tlie Wrong Horse Bad Cuts Down the Attend ance at Good Kucca Haces terdays Ball Games DENVER Juno Special to Tho fourth day of tho Overland Spring Meeting was far from a pleasant ouo The wind was blowing at a fearful rate making matters most disagreeable for racing pur poses particularly in the trotting events The attendance was small for tho above reason Tho programme offered by tho association was a good one consisting of six races four running and two trotting Tho tracks were fast and the betting quito lively First race running purse S200 S50 tft second Cactus Blossom Netta Douglas Ben Carlisle Tim Netta Douglas first Cactus Blossom second Time 1 07 Second race running tho Mountain stakes a sweepstake for threoy earolds foals of distance ouo milo Starters Governor Adams Low Carlisle Pliny S500 SlOO to second horse S50 to third Pliny tho California horse was firt without any trouble Lew Carlisle second Time Third race free handicap sweepstakes for all ages with S250 added to the stakes to go to second horse distance one mile and a quarter Starters Sympatetics Last Bob Ingersoll B L Last first In gersoll second Time Fourth race extra selling purse 2004 Starters Zufola Bugle Mart Waldon Rose Mead Luke Dubois Marquis Dopero dis tance six furlongs Zufola first Koso Mead second Bugle third Time Fifth race trotting nurse class Lucy Abbott 1113 Red Bird 3221 Kosita First heat 2 second third Sixth race trotting purse class Prince Mahone 2111 J 1777 Dido 6522 Black Cloud 56ftG Hailstorm distanced First heat second third fourth THK BNOniSH IJBRBY LONDON Juuo Tho great race for the Derby staSces for colts and fillies took place on Epsom Downs today Distanpe a mile and a half from the high level star tig post The weather was ery Betting was the same asyCvStorday The race was iwon by JPorters chestnut coll Saufoin by Springfield out of Sanda Lefeures chestnut colt Leonard by Tristan out of Lanose second Duke of Westmin sters bay colt Orwell by Ben DOr out of Agnes third There were eight starters Orwell led to tho distance post Here Sanfoin drew to tbe front and coming on won by threequarters of a length There was a neck between Leonard and Orwell Sure foot the favorite came In fourth The horses got away at the first attempt Orwell took the lead at tbe start followed by Sainfoin Leonard and Surefobt the last to get off When the mile was reached Orwell showed well in front In making the hill for the Tatfeuham corner Sainfoin took the lead beaten fiOO yards from home carue In a head be hind Orwell Tbe result created tho most tremendous excitement Surefoot had been backed to win to the extent of hundreds of thousands of pounds Among the backers were large numbers of aristocrats They suffered severely AT LATOKIA Threeyearolds and upward mile and twentyfive Gymnast won Outbound second Osborne third Time Threeyearolds and upward mile and twentyfive Rupert Avon Catalpa second March ma third Time Twoyearolds six f Phiiora won Caprice second JayJay Cee Time Three year olds nnd upwards mile and Fortunus Elyton second Climax third Time i Latonia matron stakes twoyearolds six Possarra won IdaPeckwick second Huenemc third Time AT MOTIHIS MORRIS PAHX N June Three fourths of a Tenny won second Geraldine third Time San Simeou handicap mile judge Morrow won Montague second Oassino third Time Juvenile stakes twoyearolds half Charles won Hoodlum second Gold Dollar third Time 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