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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING In tfco City Combined THE MOST AXD BEST In the Mountain VOL 222 THE SENATE IS GAPTORED SAXT LAKE CITY WEDNESDAY MOBKTNG JOTTE 18 1S90 It Demands the Free and Unlimited Coinage of Silver WCQTT MAKES HIS MAIDEN SPEECH He Roasts the Administration in Vigorous Kctirow Prom tho Field in ions of the Senate Substitute LAKE 517 Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON r Juno 17 1800 Goldbugs Administration compromisers weakkneed trimmers and open foes woro all allko routed today in one of tho most exacting debates ever noon In tho United Btatas Sonato Senators Toller and Plumb stood erect and hapay amid tho ruins of thoir adversaries fortifications as vote after vote was added to tho roll calls which placocl tho Senate of tho tlnliod States on record for the full rernonotimtlon of silver Notslncctho groat IngailsVoorhoos dobato has the Sonato boon as crowded Tho sofas and cushioned chairs were all filled by visit ing members of tlio House early in tho day Camp chairs woro called Into requisition and tho walls of tlio Chamber lined with an intensely Interested crowd of statomori McKlnloy was thoro 9o were Iayson and Lodge Uuttorworth MoKonna and a score of others So was Bland Sitting placidly on tho Democratic Hide and awaking de velopments In serene conlidonco of tbo result wore Oaten arid iiogor Q Mills Blount and McOroury Tho galleries woro woll illlod On tho Democratic side wit Mark Twain his bushy head now turned silver gray inclined to wards tho oratorical combatants In tho ladies gallery sat Mrs Senator Woleott surrounded bya bevy of friends anxiously awaiting tho expected onslaught of her bridegroom husband on the East and tho Administration Every Senator in tbo eity was In bis seat Every reporter who could leave the House peered down from above the head of tho VtooPresident Iiroo coinage was In tho air It was known that tho persistent attitude of Senator Toller against any compromise had broken tho ranksof tho Ad ministrations supporters To and fro between his own seat and Senator Tellers ran Senator Spoonor Iu a final ap peal for the support of tho freo coinage men for tho KocdWJndomIIuiTlsoti compromise We shall carry free quickly re marked Senator Teller and Mr Spoonor and tho hopes of tho compromisers subsided Into tho Sonato stalked Senator Ingalls clad In a closelybuttoned gray frock coat tho Inevitable carnation pink In his button bole and a roll of manuscript In in bis hand Out from the lobby rolled Senator Woleott rotund form outlined behind a new white voat and enveloped in a brand now cutaway and carefully oroasod trousers Ifo nervously arranged a mass ot loose slips on his desk and drank several glasses of water while tho drowsy round of running busl noHM proceeded Meantime the galleries filled rapidly Messengers and clerks slipped In tho doors and lined tho walls Congressmen came In hurriedly from the House side and found comfortable Pruclon tho White House secretary peered through a door and retired rapidly A few minutes before 1 the Silver bill was laid before tho House ana THIS JClNAfj TEST of strength began Woleott rose to hlsi foot grasped a white curnbrto handkerchief thrust his hand Into hla right pocket and bo pan Tt was Senator Wolcotts ruuldon ef fort but his opening sentences showed the Sonato that a now orator was pro Renting himself for Its favorable consideration His voice which easily filled every portion of tho groat cham ber fully under control beautifully modu lated and as oloar as a boll was tho Instant passport to attention Tho Senators turned in their seats and faced the Speaker Tho galleries craned thoir nocks toward the roar end whoro the orator stood dealing his bolts at Rastern superciliousness and assailing in cutting sarcasm an Administration with which it is ffdll known ho is not in harmony There said Senator Woleott In sootn to be llttlo oxouso for my TOttlng tho time of tho Sonato upon tho bill under discussion oven under tho shortened rule contemplated for further debate within which I shall endeavor to conllno my re marks Tho subject bus boon practically exhausted Indeed until tho Senator from Alabama almost at tho close of debate opened so ably a fresh fiold and built a now bulwark for the white uiotal I had supposed nothing now could bo said upon tlio subject jiiul I havo had tho pood fortune to bo asso ciated with a colleague who almostsineo we were admitted to the sisterhood of States has stood as an exponent of tho views of his intelligent constituency upon this groat subject and who has loft nothing pertinent unsaid Wo seem to hnvo fallen upon ovll days where politics are rated at a commercial value alone whoro fealty to party depends on whether tho prosperity of the locality in which tho voter resides Is to bo best fostered by competition with other countries or by largo and prohibitory duties which shall exclude such foreign competition The prosperity of tho mountain States and Ter ritories of tho West must over rest chiefly on THE TKODUCXS OF ITS MINES wo who uro loss benefited than any other portion of tne Uhlon by ft high protective taaiff arc asked to stand each session by tho duties which the East formulates and when wo ask that our silver shall bo also pro tected and have behind us the wishes and desires of a vast majority of tho pooplo of rho United States we are called speculators and told that onr idoas aro tboso of a dis satisfied and visionary people I wonder how long tho Republican major ity in Kbodo Island for instance would last if tho Interests upon which Its pooplo depend for thoir livelihood woro no longer fostered and protected by tho Government The worm of Democracy scorns already to have made some headway in that commonwealth possibly because our duties aro not yot high enough and how long does tho Senator from Khode Island expect the miners and farmers ot the West will continue to help protect tho Industries ho represents while ho and other Senators who agroo with him can find for us only words of ClUTIUrSJI AND DEtftJCIATION Bat tho East is not the custodian of the National conscience nncl tho people oftho West aro governed by no sectional and scl ibh views They industrious and patriotic and are neither visionary nor sordid If they believed tho silver to a parity witjb disaster to the best of tho country they no more ask its further coinage than they would ask that iron and lead which likewise should be stamped coin f Iven to the world We are for the honor of our country and tbo sanctity of its i obligations Vital as Is this question to us uiil our local prosperity wo would rather seo our mining camps desolate and deserted our mining shafts and tunnels abandoned than that tbo currency of tho country should be degraded or our credit impaired at home or abroad and would cheerfully turn our hands toother industries if thereby tho fabric of the Nation could be strength ened but wo entertain a wellgrounded conviction that silver is entitled to ITS 6TD POSITION AS MONEY and to the extent of Its availability for that purpose that Its reestablishment Is but simple justice and that its value for coin should no more bo measured by tho stand ard of gold than that gold should be moas urud by the standard of silver So believ ing tho person who questions the motives of a groat and Important section of tho country It is a producer of metal must himself hold narrow and contracted views of Ho showed that tho growth of this coun try was such that the coinage of our entire product would work no Injury to commerce If this were true why not give our farmers and wage workers tho money they want without governed by tho demands of oUmr cnuutriesy It is singular that the Senators who talk most of the olVcct of other are those who demand tho most in the way of a protective tar I IT Thoso fears were genuine but not tangible In view of tho fact that the balance of trade continued Incur favor The gold available for coin diminishes rather than Increases and Is nor sufllclnnt to moot tho wants of tho world It Is dlfllcult to secure unanimity of action in other countries but there are reasons bullevo that If this country takes thy load foreign countries will adopt our standard Hcthon TO turned to tho criticisms upon thcsordldnoss of the West and showed that whereas tho West always stands by the balance of tho country in keeping up the navy in which It has no local interest tbe river and harbor appropriations of which It gets no share and in maintaining a pro tective policy from which It derives llttlo benefit that section has asked very little at tho handy ot Congress Ho did not consider ft necessary to review the legislation of 1S7JJ but hostile as was that act to silver coinage 11 never contemplated suspending tho coinage and It did not Intend to make a commercial commodity and debase It as doiii tho House bill before us Ho then re viewed the POLICY Ol THE ADMINISTRATION slnco the passage of the act ot 1878 towards sllvur and said Tho day star of hope did not rlso for us until tho National conven tions of 1888 Then both parties declared for silver Jt seems droll now to recall tho enthusiasm created in tho far West The Republican candidate for tho Presidency had boon In public life but his utterances had not buon many or particu larly Important Tho motto In part as sumed by the judges could have been ap plied him StaL Magnl Ntnilmim UmhnC Yot wo hunted up tho Conwessional Record and boing ardent and sanguine and our hearts hems Illumined by hope many of us found In a sontonois hero and there some thing which indicated a friendly fooling for silver aud we labored on tbo farms of tho valleys and on tho plains and in tho mining camps In tho mountain gulches and carious with these ends Wo hold up Cleveland to contumely and scorn in withering language that would make him feel very badly if ho over hoard of it and wo extolled our can didate lu glowing terms and assured our friends that upon his election tho rernone of silver would be speedily accom plished and that meanwhile of the Treasury whoever ho might bo would certainly commence coining four millions a month If 1 rorntimbor aright wo mado some predictions as to tho treatment and recognition tho Groat Northwest would receive whonhe became President which havent exactly materialized but I am con fining myself to the silver question Wo gave a handsome majority for tho Eopub llcan ticket our hopes woro high our con fid onco supreme The awakening all along the line has boon somewhat rude If Wlndorns recom mendation approved by tho President could havo been announced before tho elec tion It Is my humble opinion that NOT A SINflLE STATE west of fcho Missouri rlvor would havo given a Republican majority not because a largo majorhy of tho citizens of those States woro not and aro not and will not always be true and staunch earnest Republicans loving tho traditions ot tho party and true to its principles but because they would rebuke tho party who should select as Its standard bearer one unmindful of tho Interests of his country and dlsrogarclful of tho wishes of tho majority of its members The open foo Is to bo preferred to tho secret enemy but can foretell tho future or gather llgs of thistles lie then wont Into a criticism of Tttrc WINDOM POLICY tho House Silver bill aud some of tho Sonato Finance Committoos amendments to tho bill especially that providing for tho ex piration of tho law after ton years Ho concluded as follows Such aro some of tho difficulties under which tho friends of silver havo labored but though wo havo much to contend with wo aro by no moans hopeless A bill for tho free coinage of sll vor will some day become a law Tho ad ministrative lullueiico Is strong and the farreaching inducements ib can offer are Its friends when it has any are supposed to bask in the sunshine of Execu tive patronage Those who although of tho same political faith cant agree with it must sit In darkness The Cabinet oUlcers with this patronage soliciting support to a Government measure aro almost omnipo tent but not quito Yet wo do not despair A largo majority of tho Senators on tho oMicrsido were unchanged by the utter ances of the last Chief Executive A number of tbo Senators on this side of tho chamber feel able to form thoir own opinions A bill for freo coinage will become a law because tho country is in favor of It aud In the end tho wishes of tho majority govern notwith standing the personal wishes of tho Execu tive Tho measure is of vast importance of far greater importance than tho Election bill tho AntlGcrrymandoring bill or the Tariff bill So groat aro the interests in volved that in view of them party linos are obliterated and forgotten and the South and West meet on common ground animated by by a common patriotic purpose Loud applause in tee galleries followed tho conclusion of Senator Wolcotts speech and the senate clustered around him in con gratulation There was a moment of ex pectation broken by the motion ofSenator Stewart to strike out tho first amendment of tho Sonato Committee on Finance which toqk away tho legal tender quality of the treasury notes to bo issued in accordance with tho House bill The ayes aud nays woro promptly domondod as the roll call proceeded it became evident that tlio re commendations of tho Committee6u Finnnca to bti ruthlessly slaughtered Only fourteen Republicans recorded themselves In favor of destroying the legal tender quality of tho notes Aldrlch Blair Chandler Fryo Halo Hoar Merrill and Platt and Blod gett Carlisle Gibson Gray Harris arid Mc IMiovson Tho announcement of tho voto created a genuine sensation for it was evident that the friends of silver wore in an overwhelm ing majority and would bo able to carry whatever proposition they might agree upon Tho second amendment striking out tho provision for bullion tho only sevenSenators voting against it boing Chandler Frye Halo llis cook Hoar Merrill aud Sherman seven in all whlJo iirtyseven votes were recorded in the affirmative In plain now that Mr Wlndoms was The third out section for deposit of silver bullion and the suspension of purchases of was being for voteof tb while proviso lliiiiting the operation of the act to ten years only found four votes in its favor namely those of Senators Chandler Edmunds Morrill and Sherman Senator Plumb now proposed his free coinage amendment amidst a general sen sation in the galleries which communicated itself to the floor Senator Blair was promptly on his leet with an the amendment limit ing the amount to be coined and issued to five millions per month The coinage amendment of Senator Blair found only twelve supporters these being Senators Al len Blair Chandler Dawes Ed munds Fryc Halo McPherson Paddock Spooner and Washburn Meantime a debate arose between Ed munds and Plumb Senator Edmunds an nounced himself as disgustedwith the entire proceedings and declared that he should not interpose any obstacles to the passage of whatever bill the majority might determine a majority which he said was composed of the Democratic party and a few of its cred ulous and misguided allies on the Repub lican side He danouneed the plan as a schorno by which the debtors proposed to pay theirdcbts in cheaper mcney and was promptly called to task by Senator Plumb who Insisted that Mr Edmunds did not speak for the Republican party hardly for himself and he did not believe for his own State There were several violent passages at arms and various amendments wore olVered and withdrawn beforcvtho vote was finally taken upon Senator Plumbs amendment providing for free coinage which was car ried by a vote of fortythree to twenty four Senators Gray McPberson and Wilson of Maryland among the Democrats alone voting in tho negative The announcement of tho vote was greet ed with applause galleries which was suppressed by a vigorous use of the gavel by the VicePresident The succeeding amendments simply in the line of perfecting as already agreed up on and excited little Tho preg nant fact remained that tho Senate of the United States had recorded itself in favor of the free and unlimited coinage of silver by an unexpected and overwhelming majority that tbo Adminisliaticm which Cor a week past had used whip and spurs on the floor of the Senate in tho committee room or at tho private residences of the Senators had been routed horse spur aud dragoons and that the splendid confi dence aiul work oL tho Senators from the mining States who refused all com promises and insisted upon adhering to tho principles of bimctalism had won tlio day Tho final vote was fortytwo to twonty Qve The tension which had been maintained during tho hours of voting was then relieved by a motion to adjourn and the galleries were quietly Teller and Plumb were suvroundod by a large group of congratulating Sonaliors and then tho crowd slowly dispersed Tho bill now goes to the House whore it will lie upon the Speakers table to bo called up as is expected at an early day Tho disgruntled administration tho go betweens and tho bugsinsist that Mr Road will find some way toprevent tho ratification of the billby the House Just what moans ho can adopt cant at the present bo seen Tho action of tho Senate Iras sfcilVened up wonderfully tho weak backs of a number of tho members of the House who voted against freecoinage when the bill was last before thoinarid who will now take tho first opportunity oUeiod to jump on Iho band wagow The sentiment of the House is undoubtedly for froo coinage whotrout from under tho lash of tlio party There is no question that if opportunity bepiTpiod the House will promptly the ments and send the bill to tbo President for his signature ov veto Mr Wlndoms friends are tonight loudly boasting that President Harrison will de cline to give his assent to and that asufllciont number cannot bomustered in cither house to pass the same over his veto Others however assert that Mr Harrison will not dare to fly iu tbo ftico of a public son timont which has been so over whelming as to compel tlie conservative Senate of the of whoso members in that they are doubtful of tho wisdom of an unlimited freo coinage measure to pass by such a ma jority the most liberal possible bill through the upper bouse and arc Inclined to believe that after considering the matter tihqPresi dent will when the opportunity presents fall in lino with his party The torriflic assault upon the adminlstra1 tion by Senator Woleott today it is thought by some friends of will have a good ellcct upon the Administration while others believe It will embitter him against Western measures and Interests There is general congratulation among the friends of silver tonight It is1 said this evening that Speaker Rood has thought out a plan by which consideration of thebill in tho House may be postponed A clause of the House rules providesthat any amended House bill carrying an appropriation shall be considered In Committee of the Whole Speaker Rood Is considering whether not be his Christian duty to place tho amended House bill on the calendar because it carries an appropriation for coinage Once placed there it called up by motion of tho Committee ou Coinage or a resolution of the Committee ou Rules THE SENATE PROCEEDINGS The Scries of Trinmplis Achieved by Silvers Friends Silver bill was taken up addressed tho Senate Ho said that when the Senators who lived in tbe silverproducingStates were accused of holding sordid and un worthy and uupatriotic opinions and when itwas said that thosewho wore demanding that silver bo restored own place with its sister metals1 were speculators and ad vouturors and were indifferent to the true welfare of tho eoauuy he would have to be pardoned forfeeling that ho had a right to claim tho attention of fchc Senate long enough to pretest against such intimations and against such methods IE it were true as itwas not thiit tho people of the silverproducing States wore governed in the mutter by a protect an industry ou which their prosperity depended large warrant was fMvim to thom1or such a course by some of the Eastern States of the country particularly the Northern States They seemed to have fallen on clays when politics wore rated at a commercial valuoaloue iiucl when political fealty was made lo opond upon whether the prosperity ofthe ify where thovoter rosulocl was to be better fostered by competitionwith other countries or bv large and prohibitory duties which practi ciillv excluded foreign competition The prosperity ofthe people of the moun tain States and the West had ever to rest tlie products of their mines beuelitod than iuiv other region of b u high pro tective tariff they wurtvaskod at every session to stand by the dutieswhich the East formuuited and whentluiy silver should also be wen told that Lhey were sordid and un patriotic ami that their ideas were those of uUissatislictl and visionary people WolcoU went on to criticise iho unlricndly at the AihninisiKiviou toward tho silver question and ssiiil that when lhirrisonwas nom inated his record iirvain lor any noteworthy act or the liopublican loaders ot the gieat efforts among the fanners secured the success of the ticket thatthe President lias not exactly on the silver question and the awakening hasbeen rude the if Presidents opinion on that question had bo fore the not a single west of iho Missouri river a Republican majoritv Nor of thoo States not tnie and earnest have theselee tioivas their standardbearer un mindful of the regardful of 61jthcijreat the members preferred to vscprcc ThG recommendation oxthe OT silver Tho to the bill The of seemed to be omiLketcom J iJU I W the Senate was attended with great applause and compliments from the Senators The Senate then voted on the amendment re ported bv the Finance Committee strikmc out or the House Silver bill the provision that the Treasury notes issued for silver slmll tender in the payment of all debts public find The amendment yens 14 uiiys and the provision1 remains in tlie bilu The Senatethcu voted on ainend the bullion redemption clause Agreed 57 nays so that clause is cut out of the bill V n Tho third amendment roported by the Finance Committee striking out sixth section for the freeooinaRe of silver price is one dollar for grains pure re vciis 16 nays 16 j The amendment Using the limitation of the act to ten years was yeas 4 nays 54 On motion of Plumb the folio wine was sub stituted for the first scciion of the House vpus43 imvsSl1 Thnt from and after the of the passage of this act thft unit ot value in the United States shall be the dollar tine the same mav bo coined of Rruins standard silver or 25 S trrains standard gold and said corns shall be tender for all debts public or Jhat thereafter any owner of silvar or sold bullion may deposit tho same at any mint of the United States to be coined into standard dollars or bars for Ins benefit and without charge but it shall be lawCul to refuse uivv deposit of less than one hundred dollars orsuiy bullion so basu as to bo unsuitable for the operations of the Mitchell addressed the Senate on the general merits of the hill and in tho course of his re marks declared that any which would set itself up against the free and unlimited coinage of the silver dollar would be as it de served to be hurled from power Plumb moved to add a now section as follows That the provisions of section 3 of the act to authorize the coinage of the standard silver dol lar and to restore its legal tender character which iMoiimo a law February is hereby made applicable to tho coiiiMge m this act pro vided for Agreed to without division Jirncan offered the following amendment as a subsUtuie for 3 4 amd VThat the cer tificates provided for in this uoiiiinMiions of not less than nor more than one hundred dollars and certilicates bo re deemable in coin ol standard value A suflicient sum to carry out the provisions of net is hcroby appropriated out of iiny money in the Treasury not otherwise appropnatiJfl 1 no pro vision iii section 1 of ihc net which requires the Secretary of purchnso tho markta price not loss than two nor more thau four million worth of silver bullion iifir month is hereby repealed Edmunds hero arose and said in terfering with the line symposium we are hitting 1 wish to say that I am opposed the bill as it nowstnnds and to every cue of its ameudmonis iu enoriil and in particular and that I ani not to be called upon hereafter to account for having allowed an amendment to pass with1 outcallinii for tho yens and nays 1 am willing to deliver over to tho Democratic party of the financesof the country icr the time being I only stato this an ordurthatl may not trouble the Senate witli demanding the yeas and navs on the various qrnamentntions that arc being given to this hoodlum which is set up r Plumb retorted sharply askinpr what Edmunds was going to do with the Republican platform and intimated that Edmunds pot yoprescnt the Republican party Ednmids repliod that ho stood by the Repub lican nartv phitlorm but that tho and their deluded followers had abandoned tliafrphw form nntl transformed if in to one which ocratic ciinvention had ever dared to propose be causo thov know that the people nyould find out that they had been deluded tind niislqd by that cry of cspausion andwhftn the break comes it is tho poor or the debtor who will have profited hilt tlio very people whom thee gentUimou are now howling agnuisfcso strongly that will have mado all the money y Vest called Edmuridss attention to the fact that the Democratic passed a free coinage act which he said wasmutUatod bv the RepuDlican Senate TheDemocratic party behig in a majority in theHouso in 1877 or contrivance oj this kind just as it is trying to pass it now in order by appeals stinct of thepeople to dosomething yvhichmight it into power Itaccomplished its purpose when uhd jhiwiiig elected by theirivotos Cleveland and bmvo enough to tell Ms Democratic sup porters thattliatsort of delusion could not be carriedinto practice Jhe Democratic party was wise enough for wonder to bo silent for fouryears on topic JSTo patriot opened his mouth to barkat the administration of President Cleveland because he and steadily declined to be betrayed or seduced into destroying the prosperity of the people the United States by advising a measure as this we have now No Democrat in either House during the four years of Clevelands administration lips to relieve the suffering sulfermg from a want of tho and therefore I say with great fnend from Kansas and to everybody is a new platform renewed from toISJO ql the Democratic party when it has no responsi bility and I agree that it ought HP have aiv and that its purpose is to entangle the Re publican party and deliver it over to the Demo cratic party The question was taken on Reagansainend ment and it was agreed to without Teller moved to add the following as anew sec tion1 That the certificates provided for in the act shall bo receivable for all taxes and the United States of every description and shall be legal tender for the payment ofiall debts pub lie or After a long discussion it was modified at the suggestion of Enstis by adding ami all silver certificates aud as so modified it yeas 31 nays Plumb moved to insert the following as an ad ditional section The owners of bullion depos ited for coining shall have receive coin or its equivalent in the certificatesprovided for in this act and suchbullion shall luently Agreed to withourdivision Tlio bill was then reported to the Senateand all iho amendments agreed to in Committee of the Whole were agreed to in the Senate yeas 4U chandler moved to insert the following amend gold or silver bullion shall be re ceived by the Treasury Department under this act excegt such RS shall bc shown to be the product of mines within the United Toller moved to lay the amendment on the table Agreed toycas 12 nays 25 v The bill as amended was then yeas nays as follows YEAS Bate Hearst Berry Jones Butler Jones Reagau jull Kcnna banders Cameron JIanderson Squire Cockrell Mitchell Stewart Coke McKjdy Teller Colquitt Turpie Paddock Vance Eustis Pasco Vest Roorce Payne Gornii Pierce Karrif Plumb Wolcott12 NATS Aid rich Evarts Morrill Frye FlftUr Allison Gray Blair Halo Sherman Casey Hawley Spoonor Chandler Biscock Stockbndge Onllom Hoar Washburn Savcf McPherson Wilson Md 25 Edmunds The title of the bill act to provide for the olgpld and silver bullion and for other The bill for the admission of Wyoming was taken up so as to make it unfinished business and the Senate adjourned not less than two nor more than four million dollars worth of silver bullion per month is re Action4 sets forth that the certificates pro vided for in the act and all sold and silver cer titlcates already issued shall be receivable for nil taxes ind dues tothe United States of every de scription and shall be legal tender for tho pay menc of all debts public and private Sec 5 Thnt the owners of bullion deposited for coinage shall havethe option to receive coin or its equivalent in eertincates provided in tbe act and such bullion shall be subsequently coined Section 6 provides for the covering into the Treasury of the funds held for the redemption oi National bank circulation A IREDTCTED Opinion as to the probable action of the House on the Senates Silver bill differs very widely There is a belief on the pnrt of some that before anv action is taken a caucus will bo held to de cide upon the course to be pursued There is asentiment even amonp the friends or the bill a it passed the Senate that it will pat into conference and ont ofthat conference will beevolved a bill providing for the purchase ol ounces of silver monthly the certificates issued in payment thereof to be legal tender and not redeemable in bullion Such a measure it is poutrally believed would receive the Presi dents approval The free coinage advocates ex press an opinion that the House will pass tbo Senate bill A CaMwell Marines a Baron June You Zed wiu German Minister to Mexico was married this morninp to Lena Caldwell in the chapel of the Catholic University of America near this city Bishop Spauldmg of Peoria celebrated the nuptial mass Tho chapel where the wedding took place a gift of the bride in memory of her mother By special dispensation its use vras allowed for the marriage as Zedwitz is not a Catholic The bride is tho youngest sister of Mary Gwendoline Caldwell A PCLIT1GAL WRECK June Jn Coin miuce of the resumed consideration or the Sunclrv Civil appro a L 01 Tl UU V Vt ri action the committee rose and the House ad jourued v PROVISIONS aud Unlimited iGoldA Sil ver bill as passed by stantially usfollowsV Section 1 from and after 11 inn n rnn or private any standard oharoVbutIt 1 operations of vv rf v v rf or tionritesSn WHAT NEW YORK DEMOCRA OF CLKYJSLAND tbe Coming Political Disturbance in The AntiIrohibs Will Put Up a Ticket CHICAGO June San Francisco4 Chronicle not Cleveland will be the Democratic standard bearer from New York in said Colonel J H McBrido the veteran New York nalist today Cleveland is practically while Hill has solidified the party and will go to the convention with a solid delegation from New York Cleve lands strength is solely among tha mug wumps and a few exoffice holders iind should he seek a ronomination he would not get a single delegate from New York There is no intention on the part of the Democratic pany of our State to support a man who when he had the whole power of tho Government at his back failed not only to curry the country but failed to carry his own State and not only that but his own county The declaration that bis defeat due to bis being sold out by Hill was and without other foundation thau bitter MAINE IS siCK 01 PROHIBITION BANGOR June isa volcano burning under tho apparent serenity of Maine politics which threatens a very lively rt all comes from tbe fact that this Statehas got somethingarid which it docs not want that is prohibitioji A weliorgarttlzed and enthusiastic move menthas suddenly sprung up to shako off the shackles of prohibition has been brewing in both parties aside from tho party leaders The Maine have had enough of pro hibition and are willing to change back again Ai call for an independent prolicense conventionhas been issued which will nom inate a candidate for Governor probably a Kepublican Among tho signers tbo names of Kepublicans predominate It is now thought that the Democratic convention to name a successor to the late Mr Hill will take advantage of the opportunity and ratify tlie license partys candidate Should it come about there is no question that prohibition Maine will be doomed The interest and enthusiasm which the movement has elicited here today is remarkable aud is a live in dication of the real public sentiment If put to a popular vote prohibition here would undoubtedly bo done awaywith AN IOATA DEMOCRAT DENOMINATED KEOKUK June The Democrats of the First Missouri Con gressional District met at Kcokuk today and H Hatch YOUNG BRYANT ACQUITTED The Jury Believed the Shot Was Ac cidental BUTTT June Special to At p m today the jury iu the case of Thomas Bryant on trial for killing his mother iu February last followed Judge Mcllattons instructions and without leav ing their seats pronounced the lad not guiltyi The flrsji witness for the George Hicks who was boarding with Mrs Bryant at the time of the shooting and oc cupied an testifiedthat he beardtbe boy ask his mother if he should noti put away some Hour and apples that had been brought in she replied not after the way you have been talking this Witness heard some talk after that but could not distinguish the words and thought they were not quarreling Witness was lying on his bed at the time He dozed off so that he was awakened by the shot he bounding out of bed and as he reached the door Mrs Bryant fell through his door upon the floor She was immediately followed by the defendant who were crying and threw his arms about his mothers neck exclaiming mamma I could not help it I did not go to do After hearing the same line of evidence as that given by Hicks from half a dozen other witnesses the prosecution rested The defense were satisfied as was also the Court and as above stated the boy was given his liberty A HA KDHITTING PREACHER He Squares Himself for Action and Makes Tilings Hum FLINT June TRIBUNE Dispatch Saa Francisco Chronicle Bishop wellknown prejicher of more thaiilocal was returning fromacamp meeting when he was set oytwb toughs their inteii tiori of thsti and there The B ishbp h as long disliked among this cilass of people becauseof his fearless denunciation their actiphs had thought intended to Keep their wofa They both the Bishop 1sad reckoned without The divine squaredh Irnself for action to preach ai fellows theyever got FORTONES WON AND LOST Forty Tlionsand People Witness the Great Suburban Race SALYATOR LEAPS AHEAD AT THE LAST The Greatest Event in American Baseball EighteenRound Slug ging MatcliOtlier Sporting Events r Eeonl v ajscrateli the rougns admitted heightf He away June TRIBTJNE Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Sports are taking a deal of interest in the fight between Dixon aud Wallace at the Pelican Club Tbe date has not been fixed definitely Both men are training carefully ufc the country seats of two aristocratic admirers Dixon is staying at Lord Lonsd ales and Wallace is the guest of Hon Michael Saudis a well known Stock Exchange member Dixons stylo of fighting which be learned In past fights is not generally liked The sports say that he will bo nimble to stop Wallace s rushes which have won him every fight uu to the The betting is done very quietly in sporting clubs Dixon is a shade tbe favorite CALIFORNIAS GOVTSHNOR WORKED UP SACRAMENTO June Associated Governor Waterman has addressed a letter to the calling at tention to prizefights in California under the auspices of socalled Athletic clubs and directing him to take measures to suppress tliis disgrace tho name of tbe State EIGI1T1SEX HARD ROUNDS NEWYOKK June Rertdy McBrido of Philadelphia and Lynch of New York fought at Oak Point this morning with skintight gloves for and an added purse of 8500 Eighteen rounds wore fought and bptn terribly punished For tho first half of the light Lynch hjid decidedly the best of it acting on the aggressive most of the time and invnislung McBride severely The latter inrfact was nearly knocked out in the tenth round but bis wonderful rally ing power kept him up In the twelfth Mo Bride took the and in that and tho thirteenth rounds succeeded in infiieting severe punishment on Lynch In the four teenth however he was knocked down In tho sixteenth be nearly knocked Lynch down but tho latter rallied and from that time was on top until he put McBryde to sleep in the eighteenth with a righthander on the jow McBride was a hideous sight while Lynch was not so badly used The Races NEW YORK June The most remark able field oC race horses that over contested in one race near Now York and the most remarkable crowd that ever went out of New York to seo such a race met at Shecps liead Bay track today to see the Suburban Fifty thousand persons were present four long hours before theraces began and six hours before the great race was to be run oft the crowd began to leave Now York The sun Kept out of so tho crush which would otherwise have been stifling was not so severely felt and all thousands had come clown chieHy to see one the Suburban a mile and a quarter run When tbe bugle called the horses to tho post Cassi us was first to appear with Sal vator next aud the others straggled in from all ways At the parade in iront of the grand stand Salvatprbeld the post of honor and the others followed in this order Strideaway KIronzi Montague Longstrcet Cassius Terry Prince Koyal and Eaceland After two breaks Caldwell Hashed his red flag A mighty roar arose from theimmense throng as they came bounding down pact the stand Cassius was in front and in tho short distance had already the lead of a length Firenzi was running second aud the others followed iu a close bunch Going around the first turn Cassius still had thelead of a length from Longstreet who was a head before Striucaway fourth Prince Royal fifth Kaeeland sixth Montague last Past the quarter they went at a terrific pace Cassius increasing the lead steadily while Longstreet kept second place from Strideaxvay his head in front of Salvator with the white and blue of Tenny way in the rear Now Garrison began to move up with Tenny and as tbe blue and white began to move through the mass of other colors a great shout went up from the stand Mur phy on Salvator heard it and sent Salvator up in third place Coming down the back stretch Cassius Increased his pace and at one time had a lead of four lengths Long street still held second place with a death M Safvators yellow sleeves began to flash at a faster pace now and Garrison set the for hint on At the head of the stretch both were close on to Cassius The Beverwyck stables candidate though still held her lead of three lengths Salvator second only a neck Jn front of Strideaway followed by Longstreet Tenny llaeeiand and the others Now they were all ranged up for the race home Inch by inch Salvator crawled upon tbe leading Oassius Garrison working desperately upon Tenay but the little horse could not get up Still Cassius holds his Cassius wins shouted thousands as the last furlong pole was reached No Salvator shouted another faction and then iho gallant chestnut un der desperate whippiug draws away Tbe wire is very near and Taral and Murphy are riding for all they know In the last jump Sal vator gets his head in front and wins bya neckr with Cassius a length and a half in front of Tenny Strlae away fourth then Eaceland Prince Boyal Montague and Longstreet All Civil Service won Geraldine second Blue Rock third Time Twoyearolds five and a half Russell won Bolero second Miss Hansom third Time Equinoctial stakes mile and a Reclare won Torso second Jersey Pat third Time 15 v Mile and a Beck won Zon second Defaulter third Time Tbreevearolds and u own rds Folsom and Watterson ran heat Vengeur third Purse BOSTON June people attended the opening day of at Mystic reemm class Dawson first and Fanny dis tancefl Besttimc 2S15J tfearnaught llam brinVMaidi second Valyean plaf fourth Bcsttinic Lbtrisi second PRICE FIVJB CENTS heils won Spauldinp second Sam Ardo third Time won La Premier socond Sam Ardo third was distanced and this made r unnecessary to run a third heat to decide the raco Time 25 Thrveyear olds and upwards mile and seventy won Consignee second Prinoa Albert third Time Sn The Players Brotherhood CHICAGO The Chlcapos beat the Cleveland Brotherhood with ease todav Kins pitched in fine form sad at critical stages the visitors were unable to do anything with him Attendance 15WO 001001034 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 9 Cleveland land 4 Chicago 2 andParrell Bontinoand Sutcliffo and Holbert riTTSBtTRO In tho Brotherhood ganio today Haddock was hit hard and tho home team had no trouble in winning Attendance 1700 0000432 0010300G 14 Buffalo 6 burg fl Bufalo and roil Haddock and Mack and Barnes SEW YORK Tho Brotherhood game hero resulted In a victory for Philadelphia after ton hardfought innings Attendance New 3110000008 01 York 15 Philadelphia 12 Errors York 6 Philadelphia 4 Batteries Sanders and Milligjin Kcofo and Ewing Um BOSTON The Brotherhood clubs played two games to day The homo team won both games by thoir heavy batting Total attendance for the two games 7300 Morning game Boston 02411400 000000005 and Kelly Woyhing Sowdors and Kinslow 12 Brooklyn 10 10 Brooklyn 10 Matthews and Daily Afternoon game Boston S 2 0 6 S 8 0 023 300000004 and Gunning ton 24 Brooklyn 11 Kelly and Van Haltrcn and Cook Errors Boston t5 Brooklyn Tho National IieaRuo PITTSBTTRQ Tho Cleveland League Club was delayed by ft wreck and did not arrive in time to play the game scheduled for today CINCINNATI The local League team defeated thn in a sharplycontested game this afternoon At tendance 2100 OOOOOSOOS 000000000 HitsCincinnati 5 Chicago 2 cinnaus 4 and Harrington Jlutchinson and KHtredge Umpire NEW yosK The Brooklyn Leag team won a victory off o Philadelphiatoday in a pretty game Attend ance 1000 001201004 lea son and Clements Lovett and Bushong and Powers AT BOSTON BOSTOX June York League beat Boston in the forenoon by superior fielding In the afternoon the game was sharply contested and was clmraclcrized by line Holding on both sides About live thousand people attended both games Morning Xcw 0100300 1010000 02 York 5 Boston 7 York 3 Boston BatteriesWelch and Buck ley Getzehi and Beunatt Afternoon 1 10000034 New 0001 000 8 New York 8 5Now York 3 and Ben nett Rusie and Buckley The American Association Athletics 5 SYRACUSE TOLEDO I St COLUMBUS The Western Association OMAHA Kansas SIOUX CITY 11 Sioux 2 3 3 4 4 14 St 5 MARY IS WEDDED mv second The NavarroAnderson Ceremony Is Quietly Performed LONDON June Mary Anderson was married this morning to Antonio Navarro In the Roman Catholic chapel of St Marys In Hampstead The wedding was strictly private Miss Anderson was driven from the house of her stepfather Dr Griffin to the church in a closed carriage Tho curtains were drawn so that no glimpse was caught of the bride She left the carriage to enter the sanctuary and the ceremony was per formed in as quiet and simple a manner as possible There was no choir the only accompanying music being that of the organ Only tbe immediate friends of the bride and groom were present The interior of the chapel was decorated with a profusion of ferns palms and white flowers on the altar twelve candles were burning At 11 oclock the bridegroom accompanied by his brother Alphonso reached Marys in a cab Both were in garb ia memory of their uncle who died three weeks ago A few moments later a carriage drove up to thecbapel in which were Miss Andersons sister and stepbrother This was followed by a carriage containing Andersons own brother Joseph and wife daughter of Lawrence A third carriage contained Miss Andersons mother and stepfather Dr and Mrs Griffin Be bind this was Mis withber stepsister Blanche Griffin who acted as bridesmaid Miss Andersons gowii was of white satin heavily brocaded She carried aboquet of white roses stephanotis and ferns Above the bridal yell was a tiny wreath of orange blossoms Miss Griffin was also dressed in white r The ceremony vas performed by Cannon Purcell Dr Griffin gave the brlder away After the marriage the party droveto Ir Griffins where a breakfast was The pair started this afternoon where they will spend their THE LAW DISREGARDED A Steamship BCundrcd Emigrants Without NEW YORK JuW TKiBcrxE Digpatxsh Francisco barge closed yesterday and employees were given an holiday W steamship Etruriaof the Canard line hap pened to arrive yesterday She mense list of cabin list of to get rid of the Immigrante grants very naturally to They went ashore v Iwh not ty the representativ is be place
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