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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                First Part Pages 1 to 8 VOL 22J SALT LAKE CITY UTAH JTENTE FKICE FIVE CEKTS MONEY FOB UTAH SCHOOLS How the Esdieatcd Mormon Properly Is To Be Disposed Of THE BILL DEBATED AND PASSED Senator rtntler Propose an Absurd Toller For the Church of tlic Hlll tt SuJd About the Tariff1 Uio Washington Monument stating briefly tuhistory of tho structure Referred Tho Senate bill authorizing tho city of Albnny Oregon to construct a bridge across Lho Wliliimotte river was passed After schslon the Senate ad A1T 1800 SAW LAKE TrunwNR 517 Street p t f t f 1 The Kdmiinds bill providing for re version of tho church funds came up hi tho Senate this afternoon andprecipitated a lively debate Snnalor IJutier of South as consistent opponent j of adhesion to it S the ejinrch to mum in Honduras funds into the church lm A CJ3NTHAr AMISBIOxiN CRISIS Political Incitement Over the Pro posed Union SAN JOSK Juno 4 THIUTJNE Dispatch San Kruilclseo Chronicle Series There is DO denying tiie fact that all Central America from the Mexican frontier to tho northern limits of Colombia is in a state of political oxcltement which bfcforo long must tormi imto In a crisis The republics still stand three to two for union Nicaragua is uncer tain and Costa Klcn very much opposed to In Gautcrnala everything is favorable 1resident is heart and soul for it as iU is of Salvador while Uurau of Honduras has raised a storm of in Ills country the like of which has not been known in llfty years in Guatemala there is on the other hand a liar quietude and less Inclination to discuss the tfieat question Jn Honduras It is the people who cry for while in it is the Government which It In Honduras the newspapers n n teem with articles about the federation ana THEKAiSERS ACOUISITION lie Drives a Good BargaiR in Secur ing Helii BULLDOZING THE SUBLIME PORTE Russia Demands an Indemnity Pay ment and Bulgaria Demands Re French Ministers Explain the Panama Canal and African Protectorate Questions The In Guatemala by Tuesday in rx any church turning tho for educational purposes Senator Teller also thought that as the money was church mrney it should to the church if Is could bo used for u rightful purpose Senator Untiers was promptly voted down by a party to thouBh no quorum voted It Then rose Senator VoorheeH with tho in for delay until tho seiOnd ifimbur when the Huprcme Court deilslon would bo published On the vote Messrs Teller Plumb and Hawloy atono voted with the Democrats the vote Handing 25 Tho full tho bill with tho amendments In as follows That any and ill fundn or OthT properry lately belonging to or In the possession of or claimed by the corporation mentioned in SoeUon 17 of the nut entitled An act to amend an aet on tit loci An act to amend Sootlon rH52 of the Revised Stal utijs of the United States to bigamy and for other upproyefl WMith 22nd IM2 at before or Uio taking olTectoC said aet so fur as It shall appear in respect thereto Unit thoro is lawful private right to the contrary shall bo devoted to tho use and benefit ol tho nubile common schools in tho Territory of Utiilr and the Secretary of the Interior Klmll take and receive tlio same and dispose thereof to tho uses aforostiid In such manner assliall seoin to him with tho approval pi the lobe most expedient ana tbo Supremo Coirrt of said Territory is horu bv invested with power or authority to iriuko all necessary und proper orders and for the purpose hero In before men Senator Edmundshas a way of passing bilks referred to hiscomiuittoo which makes It a serious question whether the Cullorn bill would not have passed long ago If it had gono to the Judiciary Oommittoo Instead of the Territorial WASHINGTON June Associated The resident today appointed the fol lowing eommlssionorsatlargo Worlds lralr at Chicago 5trvll CJjuston W Allen Now York in plaoo of Edwin H Amnlduwn docllnod with Louis Fltwonild Now ork asaltornato William M Llndsiy Ken tucky with Patrick J Walsh Georgia iva alternate AVIJAT BLATNS RAID Fiofcrrlnp to the publlshod stories concern ing the sfono in room of tho Commlttoo on Appropriations tho othor day a who WHS present said thai i MII u gentle man who was present said tonigh Whole affair was greatly misrepresented The discussion which took place was not in relation to the gononil schedules of the Mo condemned was that ot giving a free market in tho United States to the products of tho sugar plmiters of tho southern continent nud not asking In return free market for the products of our own farmers where wo can them irioroly for tho asking UUUno Cuid that corn would not bo soiling In Nebraska for IS cents a bushel If the markets of LtitlnAmerica wore opun to out products HHfJTOUATlON 01 I All I AN OS Senator Paddock today reported from tho Committee on Public Lands n substitute fir tho bill to restore Irrigable lands of Uio United States to settlement The substi tute repeals so much of the act of October IS eserves from entry sottloinont or occupation public land exeoptod as sites for reservoirs and rights of way for cauals and THK MO KMON F UN OS Tho So to TMscussoM mul Passes an important Mouse hill to the aot of March 22 1SS3 In reference to bigamy was taken up It provides that all funds and property lately belonging to tho Mormon Church shall bo devoted to tho use and benefit of tbo com mon of 1 tab Territory Butler oiVered an amendment devoting the funds to the institutions of learning In Utah and for that purpose tnrnin them over io the genonil board of education of the Church of leans Christ of Latter Day Saints subject to regulations to lie approved by President of tho United und not to bo used in teaching or propagating polygamy Mr Edmunds In oharso of tho bill Op posed tho amendment intimJttod that fcdmunds was in too croata luirry to get at tho results of litialion not vetconcluded AN 1th that Uri nation still undecided In tho Supremo Court of tho United States ho thought this was not 7 proper Mme to decide whore tho fruits of tho cation should go JUitlor also argued that the proposed leg islation was premature Teller also favored a delay If tho Mor mon Church could use tho money for proper and right purposes tho Mormon Church ought to have it That was the plain ethics Butlersamendment was 9 navs The nine affirmative votes were given by Bate Berry Butlor Call Coke Harris Ransom Teller and Yauco AH tho negative votes but ono Payne wore given by Repub licans There was no quorum but butler in view of this voter withdrew the iraiond i0 Yoorboos moved to postpone tho bill until the second Tuesday in December Edmunds opposed vho motion Ho said the bill did affect tho property at all until after tho Supreme Court snouia dispose of everybodys rights public and private Yoorheess motion was nob agreed und his Government are secure since ise Maria Uivas led but they seem feel tho need of watchfulness liivas s followers wero numerous and loyal to him Cojutepcquo may be quiet but tho nion that Klvas led are still thoro Ho Is the man to inspire a sort of adoration hi his soldiers Ho is tall and majestic in appearance nther silent and about his per sonal honor and slow in his movements when roused for battle He was Governor ot Cusoatlan a section In the neighborhood of tho beautiful lake llapango a lovely sheet In the mountain region north of Salvador City in and in ISSfl Itivas was of the greatest service to at Iho time of tho plot and whon Kurahcma hud captured La Union the most southerly port ofSan Salvador Monendex could not have triumphed but for s aid Me adhered to Mencndoz unrnoycd by and tirihes of the Zaldtvarlstaa and helped him to ellectually put tho conspir ators TAMMANY IS COMPLACENT Now Movements and Co nib in at ions inNow Yorlc Politics NUW YOIIK June rTiunUNK Dis Francisco Chronicle Series politicians in this city do not know now whether they aro afoot or on horseback Not for many years lias tho fall campaign boon inaugurated In tho spring and never before have affairs been In such a muddled and unsettled state as now The Fassotfc revelation concerning Tammany have soured tint organization The fights in tho county Democracy have well nigh domoral Ixocl thaifaction and tho Republicans aro daily giving a lifelike imitation of tho alter cation among tho Kilkenny oats The or ganization of tho VoorhiH nomocracy and tno organization of a movement make the political situation one of groat porplox Ono thing Js assured Good candidates will bo named for tho elective olllcos When the now movement was announced the politicians wore startled Hut since the refused to join It asorgsml tho politicians aro comforting themselves with the belief that tho now movement will fail Tammany Hall men view the situation with complacency Thoro is not much doubt thjitTlugh J Grant will bo nominated There is some talk of othor Tammany can didates but tho talk Is desultory a ho othor opponents of Tammany IIall are strangely disunited Collector Erhardt favors a straight Republican ticket but tho lolitloianft know that it cannot bo elected Witli all these factions fighting tho pros pect look well for Tammany A DEMAND VOli BKA1NS Tho Curious of a Col The bill was then passed without division There were some formal amendments made to It which will require a conference Moriill moved to proceed to consideration ot the Senate establish an ed if cation fund and apply the proceeds of public lands and receipts from certain land gruntrail road companies to a more complete endow ment and support of colleges for the ua vaneemeiiVof science and Industrial educa tion Itjwas taken upfbnt soon weut over without action i iui Edmunds amendment totne pay to the widow of Chief Jtfstlcb Waltb equal to tbebal ance of his salary for one year and 1 printing for a tablet in the interior ol TTHACA N Tune Dia Francisco Chronicle Scries any philosophers or mmdcrcrs wish to dis pose of their brains by will hero is their chance Professor Hurt C Wilder proros sor of physiology comparative anatomy and in Cornell University who hascol lected more than 4000 specimens of entire animals in alcohol has deckled bo give his attention to a careful study of the human brulii Vor this purpose ho has got togethoi within tho last yeiu tho brains of several hundred philosophers artists business men uncl evenmircierors In this latter class aro Menken the ElmU a1 murderer and Ku lolV the Hlnghamton murderer Wilder has discovered some very curi ous facts whloh have a distinct bearing on tho question of ethics such as mens ac countability for their crimes lie is anxious to procure tho brains of great philosophers and professors and is on still hunt for bo oucss of tills kind Ono prominent college president has already made tho desired pro vision in his will and several professors of lending havw like wise heqeatlicd their bodies as well as their brains Of Wilder has also formulated some very ourlous propositions and shows almost conclusively that insanity In many oases springs from a lack of nutri ment consequent on poor bb od circulation THE NEWFO UND LAN D WAR A Desperate Conflict Between the arid British JJ Francisco Chronicle Newshas boon received hero of a disturb anco between French and Newfoundland fishermen at Broad Cove a port on th southwest portion of the French shore About two humltod Newfoundland am French fishermen wore engaged in a light which was very spirited and determined No flrourms or knives were used but clubs sticks boathooks and similar weapon were freely employed No one was killed or fatally there wore manj brokou bones and quite badly beaten sailors Tho Frenchmen naturally suffered most After their defeat the Frenchmen retroatec up tho shore a short distance from thovscene of conflict and renewed their ge bait British having secured the batt they wanted took up their nets anc yesterday the French were fishing whore th British had been Meantime French uien ofwar who were their way from th north had heard the news from French fishers and headed under all steam for th scone of trouble THE FRENCH SQUIKM Our New Tariff Regulations Don Suit Them PARIS Juno The excitement amon tho French merchants arising from the diffi cultlos caused by the now regulations con corning tho importation of goods Into United to the Oliambe of Deputies and tp ihe newspapers A f OA people talk of Th ofllcials and the artistic com munltywere both startlodby the news tha the FinanceCommittee of the American Senate has out the clause in th WIi putting works of art on the fre list There great outcry thi aotlon Tprio by New York Associated a pro longed sitting of the Bnndesrath Chancellor Caprlvl explained tbo aimsof the Govern ment in concluding the AngloGerman agreement in relation to African territory He dwelt on tbo Immense importance and strategic value of Heligoland and recalled the fact that during the war it was neces sary to detach large forces to guard against a possible French landing at the mouth of tho Wehr and Ectoc rivers and lay sub larlnc mines to protect the water ap roaehes to Hamburg aiid Brernan He pro need an opinion from Yon Moltlco that Icllgoland could bo FO fortified that It irould bo oqulvulent to alargo Increase In the erman mny in the event of war Iho iunclsrath unanimously approved tho corn act and congratulated tho Emperor and Jhancellor The report that England was anxious to ode tho island is In direct variance with all o ports here The opinion of tho people of he island does not conni with eithergov rrnnont Both know the inhabitants are op losed to annexation to Germany both on ccountofa dread of military service and he customs regulations Germany will make concessions on those points for twenty Leading Hamburg journals regret the raining to England of a protectorate of because It will place the whole rado in the hands of the English East African Company Wlssmann has tele niphcd similar views All declare vorthat tho acquisition of Heligoland in lances tho losses elsowhcrc Tho National tettwnp reminds tho malcontents that most oftlic region conceded to England never bo onged to Germany j A orninnous note was presented today to Porte by the Russian Ambassador NolidolV It suggests the intention of the Oxnr to actively intcrfero In the Balkans The note declines the request that luissia viiit until November for payment of the vnr indemnity by Turkey and demands mmodiate payment The no to declares that n event of refusal Russia right of taking all necessary measures to compel Yesterday tho Bulgarian Envoy presented to tho Porto a note from Stairibuloll de uincllng an extension of religions liberty to tho Bulgarians also nition of the Bulgarian Government hnloff la acting in concert with Russiawith ouf regard to the personal Interests of Prince Ferdinand and it is expected that Us action will develop a proclamation of ho independenceoC Bulgaria under a Prince who will bo agreeable to Russia with tho absorption of part Bulgaria IN THE TRENCH DISPUTIISS PATHS June report of tho com mittee appointed to investigate the position of the shareholders and bondholders of the and it Is almost certain that within a year Diaz will proclaim himself dictator Only a revolution can prevent such a disaster to the Republic This may como quickly if the movement in juato shows the strength expected of it be put down successfully by the Government then the day of general resistance will be postponed Business is dull and ix reaction has set in against tho buoyancy created by credit The latter is exhausted and the in evltableis at hand This state of things incroases the feeling of restlessness There is no freedom of tho Therefore one need not look to the Mexican papers for in formation A DISMAYED TRUST Holders of SuSar Certificates Hasten to TFnload NEW YORK June holders of Su gar Trust certificates wero dismayed this morning whenthey heard of the unanimous vote by which the House adopted the con ference report on the Antitrust bill and long before the opening of business the sugar post on tho floor of tho exchange was sur rounded by a largo and excited crowd of brokers discussing its effect They soon realized what the effect would be how ever for when the chairmans gavel feh the entire crowd began to offer certificates At the close of business a decline of i per cent was noted for the day Many specula tors who bought certificates above eighty last week aro crippled and it is feared will have to liquidate Monday The representatives of the Sugar Trust arc anxiously awaiting a decision from the Court of Appeals on the legality of the trust A MORMON ELDER PUNISHED A QUESTION OF POLITICS The Democrats Were Simply Fight ing for Party Advantage END OF THE THREE DAYS STRUGGLE The House Sustains Speaker Reed in His Reference of the Silver Bill to the Coinage Conger Proposes thrown wide open when the metals reach a parity Tho struggle has assured more liberal silver legislation from tho HOUWJ than was possible before the fight The Speaker with the fear of unlimited silver coinage now openly for tho character of a bill whioh I have named and many weakbacked Re publicans have been stiffened up Such a bill while not going to the extent I favor will be a good bill and will moct tho ap proval of tho West I do not believe there is a chance to strangle liberal silver legisla tion Tho Administration is willing to throw overboard Mr Whidora before it will permit tins and is bringing a strung pros sure to bear upon Congress for the prompt passage of tho bill It barely missed secur ing the passage of just such a bill the Senate It is using every effort to urge prompt action by the THE HOUSE 1EBATE UNGCEBOB IN THE MIRE A Contest of Mad Runners for the Derby WOfi BY THE SON OF LUKE BLACKBURN CITIZENS PBESEXT HIM WITH A COAT OF TAB AND FEATHERS Ho Enticed People to Ycmnp Girl Abducted by Her Wicked Brothers Two FJKlitlnjf Editoi8 The Panama Canal Company was today to the Chamber of Deputies Minister of Justice replying to questions said the authorities never accepted a nolnt responsibility for but haflnot remained insensible to tho disaster uofall ln It In days tho official liquidator would bo able to report on tho present po sition of affairs and when it was estab lished who were the responsible parties too Minister of Justice neoes WARRBNTOS June Beck man a Morman elder who has beenenticing people away from Glasscock county to Utah was terribly whipped near night The victim was found crouching in tho loft of a house of a convert whipped and a coat and feathers ap plied Ho was given an order the country forever A NEWCASTLE Juno Francisco Chronicle A most daring abduction was accomplished hero today from one of the leading hotels the corridors of which wero crowded at the time with men discussing the Cdhsressional deadlock In this They startled about oclockby Mrs J Phillips of Sterling a guest of the hotel rushing down stairs and calling upon them frantically For Gods sake rescue that have stolen my had sufficiently recovered ment to explain It was learned thattwo men a had burned past through the crowd with a young girl They wore the abductors of sister The girl theyhavo vis my fathevand protectorate in Zanzibar the Minister of Foreign Affairs replied that theact of the Berlin conferoivco rendered it obligatory upon every nation desirousof establishing a pro tectorate in Africa to communicate their intentions to the other powers Groat Britain could not takeany action without a previous understand lug with France HARVARDS COLORED ORATOR Ho Delivers the Class Oration and Is Given an Ovation BOSTON Juno Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle was class day at Tho throng of people that crowded the halls spreads was the largest gracedClass day festivi ties The spreads WCTO tho great feature of 90s class they far surpassed all previous efforts in their magnificence The usual class day of music dancing and exor cises was successfully carried out The chief interest of the day centered in tho class day orator Oleraent Garnctt Morgan the coloredstudent the first man of color to have such au honor Morgan has boon conspicuous in college owing to his marvelous declamatory power having won a number of prizes for his excellence In the elocutionary art At the literary exerciseswas gathered the largest audience that has over assembled in Sanders Theater 011 class day Afterprayer and singing the class marshal introduced Mr Morgan who was accorded sin enthusiastic reception lie bore himself with ease and dignity has a natural and graceful carriage He held tho attention of his auditors without tho slightest effort His voice is deep of considerable range and pleasing What is my relation to tho world about mo was they keynote of Morgans oration and Where can Ihelp was the question thafave the note pitch He quoted Brownings him who never turned his back but marched breast for ward as that of son of Harvard He referredtothe success of the voluntary ownership university and the celebration of the quarter millennial of the institution When Morgan received an ovation After the exeplsos he was cou Kratulatedrby a large number of peopleand later in the a reception toyhis friends To au inquiry in regard to his plans for thefuture Mr Morgan said that he intended to the Harvardlawschool could see his way selfsupportingwbile pursuing his legal A MEXICAN mother are dead has beenliving with us our home Wo have been this section and Thursday night wo were at my sister whore those bad boys tried to take us Mr Phillips prevented them and now they have followed ushero While Phillips went to the depot to check our baggage as we aro on our road home they broke into the room and took her from me They wero gone before T could raise an When Phillips returnedto the the who caused officerstobo sent in pursuitof the men but as yet with out success as they had hurrjed the girl into abuggy ab the hotel door and had driven out of the city at full The abductors are brothers of Neva and are hardened characters having served a term in jail for stealing Nova is a some brunette K5 years old and lived with her sister She was an unwilling party to the abduction Her father wasa rich farmer who left an estate of to be divided among the four is the intention of the Cochran boys to keep the girl until she comes ofage with thehope of TWO FIGHTING EDITORS Juno Pratt editor of EveningHerald assaulted J Russell Kennedy editor of the Times today with a heavy broke into splinters over his victims head Kon necly closed in on him and pair wero locked embrace each try draw his weapon from his pocket the bystanders and police interfered and sepa rated them Tho trouble grew out of an article in the rimes Kennedys wounds aro not dangerousi Lawsuits aro likely to follow OVER THE CATARACT A Pleasure Boat Takes a Plunge at Niagara NIAGARA FALLS N Jfine oclock this morning a pleasureboat was discovered floating down the Just as it reached a point opposite the Third Sister island it lurched to oue side and the people who were watching through glasses positive that one or more persons were lying in the continued way through the upper molds and made an awful plunge over Horseshoe Falls without any made on board LAKE TRIBUNE BUREAU 517 Fourteenth Street WAsniGTON D June 21 1S90 The battle is over and the three days struggle is a reminiscence of paralyzed par liamentary law dismantled points of order disorganized appeals from rulings of the Chair and wasted ammunition in the shape of buncombe speeches Above the wreck of war smiles complacently a once stunned but now cheerfully convalescent and tri umphant Speaker God favors tho side with the most said the senten tious Napoleon Providence supports to day the party in the House of Representa tives with the most votes Tho firstdays engagement was opened with two heavy guns on tho Democratic side which assisted by a brilliant move on the republican flank turned its position and drove Commander Reed behind his breastworks Thesecond day was a continued struggle for while reinforcements were being hurried in from every direction It ended with some fine for position which at 5 oclock yesterday left tho op ponents of free andunlimited coinage in command of tho situation It was concluded today by tho defeat of Thursdays attacking forces with the Speaker supreme in command and in posses sion of every point wrested from him in the two preceding clays The Democratic assault was largely onoof political finesse and by so much the less not one of principle Thirteen Democrats openly voted today against immediate considera tion of the Silver bill who for two days had been voting to censure the Speaker for actions which they today endorsed as in compliance with the House rules Ten Re publicans withone exception sided with the Democrats avowedly not because they propriety of the reference of the Silver bill by tho Speaker but because they wished a square vote on freecoinage ir an open House and felt that the quickest way to reach it was to turn down Mr Reeds ruling had Democrat who voted today freeand unlimited joined by the ton the bill coulcLriot have carried Therefore four more Democratic votes in rescrve which were not called out but which Wore available and would have been cast for a more moderate measure It Is known that there were at least a score of other Demo crats who would never have voted for the bill at all without the assurance of a Presi dential veto and who acted with their party in an endeavor to put tho Republi cans on record as opposed to liberal silver legislation and to put the Administration in ofpopular disapproval There was considerably more politics than the Democratic stand and prob ably as much of the one andas little of the other in the desperate struggle of the Re publicans under the rules to prevent an open vote on the Senate bill The debate was by no means as exciting as on the two previous It was known early in the morn ing that from ten to twelve Eastern Democrats would join the Repub in cir the licans in sustaining the Speakers ruling Fitch of New York made the first obliged to tionof party independence Others rapidly Henderson Iowa stir being It seems probable that one or twolives lost This is the second boat that has made a leap over the cataract this week GROWTH OF EASTERN TO WNS New York Philadelphia and Boston Know How They NEW YORK June TBIBUNB Dispatch San FranciscoChronicle Series popu lation of New York City estimated bySu pevinteudeut Murray is PHILADELPHIA June pretS of the census enumer ators are almost entirelycompleted Supervisor for this district gives the popu lation of Philadelphia anln crease of over BOSTON June The Globeasserts the returns give the of Bostqii at nearly a gam of slncelSSO Hauled Down His Retoe 21 A riot was preyerited Wednesday at N Cumberland above city the decisive E ugene Robinson Is the owner of shQwboat wMch movesup g vmg General Revolution Predicted Against the ni miation Is tho City giveii of anuprising wliiclUsi th e beginning which n some time der Government censorslnpit elapse There acrisis exhibitions irithel small towns boa moored afcthis village a foreignflags of swung into line on theRepublican side The debate on the ruling itself was varie gated by assertions of friendliness to silver and assurances that tho vote must construed as a vote for or against free coin agejbnt a bond to support the rules The Republican recreants also were heird from Townsemd of Council of Nebraska Carter of Montana and Bartine of Nevada among others made short speeches explaining the reasons for their vote to sustain the appeal from the Speak ers decision referring the bill Carter said conceded that the reference was a correct one under the rules a view which the defeat of the preamble censuring the Speaker emphasized JBut the House had supreme control of its business and undo what it had done yesterday Hetherefore proposed to support the votes because he believed thatcdurse weald be the most direct and way of reaching and disposing of the momentous question in hand He did not believe that this assertion ol its supreme rightbythe House implied any reflection upon any member or So believing he proposed to combine with those who held similar views in asserting the the House to dispose of its own business in its Mr Bartine said that were not technical but could read plain English and believed that the bill should be considered of the Whole and not shelved in the Coinage Corn of Nebrakasaidbe was for free coinage and proposed1 to reach It in the quickest way votes came from west of Every theDeinocrats thirteen came from east of the Alleghanies Immediately after theahnoancement of the the House adjourijedV ANNOUNCES THE PROGRAMME I saw Chairman Conger i of the Coinage Mm what out After a Three Days Fight Speaker Reed is Victorious WASHINGTON Juno 21 In tho House after the read ing and approval of yesterdays journal Bland moved to reconsider the vote by which tbo yeas and nays wore ordered upon MeKiuleys motion to table his Blands appeal from the decision of the chair yesterday refusing to entertain his motion to take the Silver bill from the Speakers table He announced that ho had decided to withdraw his appeal but Mc Kinley insisted on a vote on Blands mouon to reconsider It was 90 to 120 The roll was called on McKinloys motion to table Blands appeal It 14G nays 45 All tho free coinage men ex cept DcIIavon who did not vote voted to table appeal as well us tho following Democrats Buckalew Oamptocli Dunphy Hatch Gcissonhiuner Lewis McAdoo Mutchlor and Tracy A large number of Democrats refused ro vote Tho regular order being demanded Speaker Reed preceded to state his position on the mooted question of reference of the Silver bill which he had referred to the Com mittee on Coinage Weights and Measures He said tiie rules required such bills to oe referred and that a statement to that eitect should be put in tho journal A record of statements was made and the House saw it not to permit it to remain a part ut the journal That left a somewhat diflicult questionas to the status of the bill Indi vidually the Chair believed a refusal to record a fact did not obliterate tho fact it self The Chair believed tho Senate amend ments to the Silver bill caino within the purview of rule 20 which prescribed that any amendment made by the Senate to any House bill mustbe considered iirst in Com mittee of the Whole 1C it would have been so liable had it originated in tho House Ihe Senate amendment to this bill struck out the Iirst section and substituted another section containing no woids of appropri ation and proposingu different lino of action to wit the coinage of ail silver presented instead of tho purchase of silver bullion Tills and other substitutes were plainly new propositions requiring consideration Committee of the Whole Under these cumstances and in conformity with rules the Chair held that the bill had been referred and was now referred to the Com mittee on Coinage Weights and Measures Bland appealed from tht decision and proceeded to argue that the appropria tion clause in the original House bill and thebillas it came from the Senate were similar in terms and purpose and tbo bUi was not subject to reference to the Commit tee of the Whole Springer declared that the Silver bill had only been subjected to this treatment The Republicans and their Speaker were dodgin the silver a discreditable way had been found under the rules to stifle the minority when that minority hud become a majority This was the only opportunity to get a vote upon free coinage Morrow contended in opposition to tho Speakers ruling The bill was on the Speakers table open to tho disposition the House Herman said the silver question was an issue ofthe election held four weeks ago in his He agreed to support the Re publican State platform declaring in favor of free coinage These were his sailing orders Bartine said the representatives of the silver producing States were mostly new members not learned in Parliamentary tactics but he could read plain English and said the bill must be considered in Commit tee of theWhole Perkins said It was the purpose not to secure free coinage but to force that the President would be held up the urgen Deficiency Appropriation bill as an instance of a bill taking the same course as the bil ver bill in reference Conger Iowa said there were not three districts in the United States outside of the silver producing States that would support such a proposition as was contained in the amended bill As for the Coinage Com mittee he would promise again that the oil would be back at the earliest pos sible moment The committee was not un favorable to Connell said he could not see why this should be regarded as a political ques tion Some of the Democrats would be found voting against themajority of their Why should not the Western Re publicans show the same independence The debate waving closed McKinley moved to table Blands appeal The yeas and nays 117 So theappeal was laid on the table The following Re publicans voted with thoDemoerats against McKinleys motipn Bartine De Herrmann Kelly Morrow Town seud and Funaton The following Demo crats voted with too Republicans in favor of the motion Buckalew Dunphy Fitch Gaipsenhainer Mutchlcr ONeill and Stahl necker A number of pairs were anuou itcod McKinley announcement ol the vote said So is tabled aiu bjllstands referred to the Coinage Comnut Brewer presented a report from the on the Senate amendment to the Fortifications bill The Hoiise nonconcurred and a conference was ordered Adjourned The Grand Sires Mission DENVER June to Underwood Grand Sire I 0 isHere for the securing representatives1 from Colorado at the tri enniarparade of the order to be heldin Chicago in August He will remain here nicht he to then go to in Columbus Forty Thousand Turf Witness the Race at Chi Baseball Games of the CmCAfio Juno thousand people Assembled at Washington Park this after noon to soo Oiicle Bob sou of Luke Blackburn win tho great American Derby His reputation as a mud rsobly sustained No rain fell after midnight but enough came down yesterday afternoon and evening to render the newlyharrowed track almost fetlock deep All this forenoon sun shine and gloom alternated and there wero dire apprehensions of another downpour Everybody that was going however took chances and the afternoon proved to bo ono of the most beautiful of the season Before tho iirst race called every foot of space in the stands was packed to say nothing of the crowds in carriages and on the lawns A majority of the spectators without disguise impatient for tho iirst two races to be over and finally when the contestants in tho great event came out the cheering was tremendous The first to appear was GoodBye followed closeld by lUn Kingsbury auy Sunny Brook Arrangements had already to appe by lie Sunny been made of tho withdrawal of Protection FronUno Slnaloa and Grayson Last of all came tho favorites Undo Bob and huclcy Baldwins Entry tho sinewy looking Califoruiau Santiago While the bulk oC the crowd was shouting itself hoarse many others with money on the result studied oriue again tho card where it road Third Derby sweepstakes for threeyearolds at fcoO each with added to second and to third horse mile and a half Tho soven horses wero quickly assembled at the post and when the red flag ff like tho wind Uood fell the thoroughbreds were off like tho wind but as perfectly in line as afile of infantryUood Bye was first to force a trifle ahead but it Jed By was only a trifle Passing the stand was sightly in the lead with Kingsbury close on him while Undo Bob and Santiago were toward the rear Now GoodBye who had boon setting tho the tailender to the finish Along the back stretch tboy came still closely bunched When rounding the turn Kingsbury led for an As tney ontfeW the stretch Undo noticed emerging grandly from the elus tor fol owed b the California racer Santiago Barueo b on Santiago made a plucky eftort but do what he would the mud seemed to cling desperately to Santiagos already tired heels Amid uproarious howls of delight Bob passed under the wire two fuU lengtbs in the lead while Santiago was seconaYonly threequarters of a length ahead of Kwgs bury Jed was fourth vhilo the others straggled In pulling up beaten Time Derby stakes won by Uncle Tom were about Uncle Bob was bred in Nashville and was named for a famous old darky host ler at Bcllcmeade Uncle Bob The colt was so poorly thought of at the Bellemeade sale in the spring of 1888 that bought him for A few days he sold him to Sam Bryant for As he did so and landed in Hanklnss pocket an stake besides outside bets It may bo considered a reasonably good purchase Mile threeyearolds and sade won Bobby Black second Robespierre won Gilford sec ond Cecil B third Time Mile and onesixteenth threeyearolds and upwardsBertha won Comer second Duke of the Highlands third Time 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