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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE MOST EXTENSIVE Jti the Itocky flojjlons CIRCULATION EXCEEDING TIT AT OF In tlio City Combined TGI O 199 S AJ7T LAKE CITY UTAH WEDHESJDAT MOBSTESTG AUGUST 6 1890 PRICE FIVE CE3TTS A FIGHT FOR FREE LEAD The Senate Ml Warm Up on the Oncslion Tiailrorn by tho ho considers a vory wise movo the silver will very to the territory covered by tho Union IVEB THE WEST SORELY WAKE UP A Disposition to Favor Imported Ore that Cannot Ke Kirocl of the Wft Kcmovul Bill j IroaGiud Inclusion Act LAKK TIITTUJNIC BURKAU 117 Htroot ARIIINOTON M Aug lrM Tho Sonato roaohod tho metal schedule In tho Tariff Hill today and with an ordinary rate of tho on paragraph should ho takor up within a woek o one known what tho rale of progress will bo and or thntacommt tho voir mi tho item may Do taken or than that dato That will bo a rlHiuto on tho tion no one doubtn o moot tlic rosull and will oo hand Montana is said to bo dlvidoit as a Stato Inofroo load proposition tho Anannnda smoltorn favoring U I ho fluxing of tho Claugarry Canadian but bfth 1 tana Senators aro boliovod tu bo sound on tlio Irtsno splendid work dono by Cartor In thn ifouso should bo sullloicnl Stimulus to thorn in lino Thoro is another danger bosidos tho Kansas which slioiiin bo ovorlooUod Theory fur ty Is gaining ground in tho Sonata am tho in diplomacy lagginv mainossUitcsmanship possibly woilc to tho disadvantage of tho far Western mining aud roo Sprue Is now and may broalc In and burl most whoro its iVicnds least antloipatorlangor I frank In wiyinfj that 1 bollovotho will loyally stand tho load schouulo i llousoand from the Sonato oommlttoo bellove that Uopublioans omprohcrKl that II is at least good politics io iln HO vhwins usrdn from tho morlts ol tho quontlou With curtain ooMons from their ranUs and with nallhoartod support from sovoral far with si solid DemdoratlO minority m other side and the beauties of reciprocity with Mexico dinned m fiirs Vy tho State Popart mont and tho Kumers Alliance thero aro enougn ele to put States vigilantly im Uioir guanl Uoadora of THMTin UIINB whl romombor that wuulis before tho formkiablo combination Amoiioan mado In tbo House thoy woro warned In the dls 1 patches of tho contest which was Impondlng and which TUsarly lost by tho minors and afc lastouly won byHaporliuman t would uot Do honest now If I did nob say tlmtovory effort should bo made throughout to boar upon thoBonnto tJirougli tologriiphic petition and otherwise to still on up the backs of tho friends of tho American mining industry aud to rim In m uuoortaln torms tOHontimonts of tho West on those to It vitally Important questions Tho situation Is infinitely bettor In the Sen ate than It wnsJn tho House but ovon In the Senate under existing clroumHtaiieos tho loss of three more votes would mean failure It must also bo borne In mind that tho New York attorney of tho smeller combination Is not hanging around Washington for ing The Colorado speeulatorH aro In bad odor because the bill for throwing open tho aaphnltum regions in tho Ute reservation which tho Indians olTor have prepared does nob suit the Denver crowd They doolare that worse tlvun nothing and will novor rooolvo their assent The vigorous veto of tho Townsoiid bill by tho President has widened tho breach between tho Colorado delegation and tho Administration Senator and Plumbs refusal to consider tliO Lncom pahgre Keruoval bill during tho present scs Hlon is another cause of sorrow which cau not bo assuaged ANTtOfttNKSn UiliTj Ivopresom atlvo Morrow of California from tho Cotniiiltteo on Furoign AlVairs tociay reported to tho nousohia bill to absolutely prohibit tho coming ot Chinese persons Into tho United States whether subjoots oC tho Chinese Lm plo or otherwise The bill proposes to ex clude all Chinese oven those who may hore aftor loavo tho United States and nttompb to return exccptlugdlplomai Io and consular oilliors am commcfelal agents nud the ooming of Chinese to tho United States for transit is expressly prohibited A ttno of SSOO for eaeh Ciilucso brought into tho linked States Is provided for tho punish ment ot vessel masters bringing thorn ana tho vessels nro to bo subject to seizure PovLshm Is also mado for the punishment of persons aiding Chinese to outer the United States or and for the removal of Chinese found unlawfully in the country It is further provided that Chinese shall not bo admitted to clMxenship and n treaty provisions shall be abrogated In itiTreporf further reviewing tho of past legislation says tho act of 1SSJ had not long boon In force when It was discovered that a systematic effort wns being made to ovade its terms and in ISSi there landed at San Kranelsco about IW14 Chinese inehuUma largo class who were without oorMtloatos butIt was claimed thoy woro In the cum n try at tho date of the last treaty Thoso were permitted to land under writs of habeas corpus Issued by vho courts TIu act of October 1 pro vided against the return of laborers not provide against tho oomlhg of Chinese laborers who were never In tho United Suites The bill now under consideration proposes a settlement of that It makes the exclusion permanent and thor oughly elVoctlve The reportrefer to iho disposition shown to reopen the question of tho propriety of exclusion based ou the statement that Chi nese are never found in prisons or poor houses and HIO peaceful and lawabiding In answer to thoso statements tableware produced showing that In ton years Chinese woro arrested In San Trancison alone and a statement was made by the chief of police to Iho olToct that tho Chinese commit more crimes iu proportion totlieir numbers than any others In the city that are vicious and immoral and danger to tho young of both sexes ofother ao Churmnn Hitb prcsonlwl a minority re port dissenting from tho favorable action nt tllo majority upon tho bill as he says It is in coulHct with a trcivty now in foroo to which tho faith of iho Unltod States IR pledged and which declares that the IJnlted Stairs may roirnlatu limit or sus licnd such coming or residence but may not absolutely prohibit It Traffic I fan Mcllcu Tftlks BOSOK A m General Traffic llanagor MoJlaiv of tho flniou Pacl Ho Railway Is iu lie says tho prospocts of tho flniou Pacillc in Texas In connection with the IDenvbr fttjd aro very on cor rasing and tho Oregon KaiUvay nncl Xaication liner will have a at tho crops nivU Oregon now harvested aro Ho says the pros pict la Toor for a corn crop in KanscVs arid tind speaks in terms of tl i c I m hied i a to iutu ro ior U 10 now states of Wyoming and The purt chaso of the St Louis and JONKSS OK Ho Thinks Corn unit AVIiftat Cortifl us Go as Anything NEW Yosur Atijr TKJKUNK San Francisco Chrmiida Sorios SiMiatru John 1Jonos expressed very freely in an on tho Alliance Tfo tho twenty i ortliirty or ovon forty Alllunco members hi tho next Congress Then tho oml of the movement will said ho when thoy are thoy will have uothinx which thoy will demand to havo done that not now done Tho part of tiioir movemout ou which 1 lookwith tho most interest is the demand for tho issuance ol niomy upon tho products wheat oats cti It Is Koing to nalo Iho who havn boon cry ing years that money musihavo an in irlnsiu viiitio talco a of things If tlio old mon aro rijxlil llion tho farmers aro ritht Thoro Is more intrinslo value in wheat corn and oats than in wlcl because those piorhiijtri supply and sustain gokl will not If it was a mans clioicii to or tfold on which to subsist riiirniior of on a barren inland liow quickly ho wonlfl choose tho when Hutwhile awakening tho mon to tho fit thoir position in what money should bo it will also iiwalffii an intelligent discussion and ati of tho real basis oC money which should bo juaiititativo no matter what medium of I tho poopk 1 1 is patent that if the throo oont or five Itwill require throo por con or live por fvnt moie rnfinoy to ox that is to Iransaet business aimuiK tho peoplo it1 I lie jiiouey is to re main iitichanrod This is why I am many othoiM believe tluil the medium if dooidod upon bo anything whloli tho invorrimeiil aud tho uaino of money to and its value will always bo relatively dHinniiied by tlio ratio of its unit to Iho population and demands put upon A FAT MANS ADVKNTUUK Ho 2allH uiul IB Taken in Iow NKW YoriK TimuTNH DIs Sau Francisco Chronicle Series tLTJlliuind SchilVor a salonnkuopot1 is tho hnroof ono ol tho most remarkable oocur roncos that ever happened in the neighbor hood of this SchilTor is fiftyfive yours oll and weighs JOO pounds and it Is owlnj Io Iho latter fact that ho is alivo this instead of hoiiiK reported missing and ovoiitually iiniiuj up at tho as a river mystery Ho spout tho afternoon at South Beach and at In tho ovoniiiK took a tnK to return io this city Ho sat on the rail at tho roar in a spot that was dark whore ho was hardly noticed On tho way over ho foil asleep and dropped overboard When ho whore ho was lie saw tho tun a couple of hundred yards o IT but ho was and soreanfmtf on tho water o eon Id nut swim and what WIIM better founl that ho could not sink so ho began to shout for hoi p Ferry boats passed but all too far away to hear him In exactly ono and a hours from tho timo ho fell in tlio water the Mouth Bonch steamboat Hancock passed wlthiu a hundred yards of thn man whoso cries woro hoard by thoso on board A boat was lowered two of the dock hands jam pod into tho boat and rowed in tho direction of tho orlos Now wovo not him aft wovo tfot was suddenly hoard in tho disunion and shortly tho boat hove In hi At the stern of tho boat still quietly Ills taoo turned upward with an expression of resignation was tho unfor tunate Schluor Tho mon had toiled to got him Into tho boat but Iho task was too much so a ropo was passed under his arms and in tins manner ho was1towocl astern Then came tho problem of getting him ou board and this had at last to bo etluotucl by moans of a derrick Ills body was well rubbed and wbon ho was landed ho soomocl none tho worse for his Hunt A NOVWIj 13XH I BIT Every Breed American Iiivo Stock at the Worlds Fair CnrcAno Aug T H Sanders pub lisher of tho Breeders Gazette has written a letter to the Worlds Fair headquarters relative to a uuiquo aud thoroughly original plan for a Hvo stock exhibit at tho Exposition Ills plan embodies tho follow ing features Thoro shall bo soloctod and pluccd on exhibition thoroughly character istic and fully representative male and fenialo matured specimens of each and every brood of horsey cattlo sheep and swico raised in America Tho broods aro to he oJiinalllcu1 am grouped with reference to special adaptation and tho uses of each Kach specimen so selected need not necessarily bo tho best or most expensive that might bo but in ovory case must bosuch us aro most thoroughly char acteristic of tiio brood represented In tho soloctloii of those specimens none but animals bred and raised in ttio Unitod STatts shouk bo considered Tho Secretary of Agriculturo has assured Mr Sanders that ho fools disposed to adopt this as a part of his plan of tho exhibit to bo made under the direction of his depart ment To reap tho greatest possible benefit of this part a the exhibit as au attraction to draw tho public Sanders says that invi tations should bo sent all over tho world soliciting foreign countries to furnish rcprc sentaUoqs of tiioir breeds not yot Introduced Into this country THE IATIlf AI1CHS MILITANT Tho ffow York Murderer to Be EIoc Morning A GOHVICT TO POLL THE LEVER Distinguished Medical Men Prepare for Militia Guard for tho for the Criminal Ilecord to tho time autopsy U should arise scalpol Tho Cantonment Proceedings Yes A IJike Front Drill CHICAGO July f Cantons from till parts oC thj continued to arrive today to take part in tho Triennial Cantonment of thv Patriarchs Militant T 0 0 R and tho city Is with tho black red gold nnd purjilo trappings and flashing jewels anl waving plumes of the order Tho Ioronoou was dovnied to competitive exemplification ofsubordinate degree work with olosod doors u tho Battery Armory Garden City Lodgo ck Chicago uponed the competition and followed by Wicker ivc also of This afternoon Pjills of cantons by classes wore on front iu tho presence of ii nuiltltudo Tonight C Underwood held a reception at tin Auditorium Hotel parlors wore crowded with brilliantly uni formed chuvallers and their ladies President Celman Kcsigns VAidAffAitto Aug A dlsptiich received hevo says that Cohnan of the Ar gentliio Kopublio prosentod his resignation to Congress giviug as hts reason tho politi cal aiidfinanolal dillicultios through which tho Kopublio is passing Jlo has boon sue scoded tho dispatch says as President by v A French Ultimatum Franco lias sent anultl m at urn to Dahomey demand ing the cession of Kobtohan and Whydah If tho demand is veioctod an to bo composed chio fir of SoticgaUvso will start for orncy in October Philadelphias Population Aug An official rough sliows the of Philadelphia at iu crouso during the iast ten years of N Aug By tho exor cise of the discretion which tho law permits tho prison warden has added two days to tlio life of tho condomnod Kommler Tho second day closed with clouds and rain When the sun rose iu tho morning above tin prison wall its light nilearned through tho Iron bars of the base ment colls and touched the stone floor in yellow blocks Whether tho murderer was aware that ho would again sue the yellow morning sunliubt is not known Indeed no ono hifiidt tho wurdon and Ills iitul not all of thorn toll when Kcrnmlcrs dnaMi would come The invlttil gnosts boon sirriving ly train at Intervals during tho day Among wore Dr fJoorgc K Shrady jf tho PoughkeopHio Insiuio Asylum uiifl editor of tho Malical irlil Hr Spite Coroner lonUins of New York After supper at tho hotel all propurod to witness 10 of tho wretched nuir doror Kommlor Acintnpaiiloil by Wfirdon Durston they prdciodoii to tho prison tho njon joined in a discussion iis and method ol holding tho wis dosinod that no ns to wholher oloetricity o Kommlor Thoro tould bo no don hi aft or tlio rigor had sol in Again si mom be made upon a body which lias boon somo time clond than ono yot warm Tins poinh was as also iho prcgraiiimft as mcdioiil mans part shall bo at tho killing and during the The las tod an hour or moro After tho conference uitnossos to gether with tho warden repaired to tho hotel Dr Southwick was among the first to to tho hotel Are you going to bod doctor asked a bystander am ho replied and ho did Tho others wore disposed of about tho crowded hotel ami at II oolook most all had roil rod save a few stragglers and news paper correspondents The plain inference was that the execu tion would oitlicr tatai place late enough in tho morning to make retirement an object or that it would bo nostpouod another day Thoro wiis not a in the house proba bly wlio boliovod tlio latter to bo the case All of those invited 1rom out of town must have arrived if they would witness tho killing incaso it occurs in tho morning hours for no train would arrive in any di rection until 7 oclock Tho list oL those to witness the execution is as follows Dr Curios F MacDonald ol1 Now York chairman ol tho State Lunacy Commission Dr George T Shveady of New York Dr A P Southwlck father of the Electrical Execution bill Dr Gcorgo E Toll Dr 0 M Danlfil Dr Charles Fow ler of UulValo Dr W T Jenkins deputy Coroner of New York Dr Louis Balch Secretary of the State Board of Health of Albany Dr W J Nollis of Albany Henry A Arguo of Corning N Y Hon Tracy C Booker ol Buffalo tho referee who took tho testimony on tho first appeal as to tho constitutionality ot tho law Frank W Mack of tlio Associated Press Robert Dun lap of Now York District Attorney Qniinby of Buffalo who had charge of tho murderer in Buffalo C P Huntley of Buffalo an electrician G G Bain ol the United Press Doctors T K M Jenkins and 11 F Allison of This makes twentythroe and the twenty six others are to bo made up of ministers or guards at tho prison No news oarno out of tbo prison nlter nightfall as to Kemmlors condition and In tho bustle ot anticipation nobody stopped to inquire save that he is alivo A It is now thought likely that Andrew Cook a convict will bo tho man who will pull tbo deadly lover Tbo announcement has not yot boon made positively but tho circumstances all point that way Warden Diirs ton has finally decided to change the execution room and under the direction of Electrician Davis who arrived this morn ing tbo wires and switches were moved Tho keepers room will be the new execution room The condemned man has kept up his pluck in a wonderful way Tho gentlemen who will bo present at the execution visited Kommler this afternoon They found him perfectly culm but suffer ing irom heart trouble Kommler made his will again leaving his books and other little traps to Mrs Durstou and to tbo prisoners who have boon kind to him This afternoon holy communion was administered to him by Chaplain Yatos and Rev Mr Houghton second separate company N G of Now York Captain Kirby has been orderei out for this evoning ostensibly for parade and slreot drill This means that a cordon is to bo put about tho prison gates Dv Sotitbwickof Buffalo said late this after noon that It was not at all likely that an autopsy would take place before daylight no matter what cimo tlio execution occurred T1113 HOUK FIXFrn NEW Yoiuc Aug Tho Herald has the following AUHUUX N Aug 2 a Before S oclock this morning Kemmler will sleep with his fathers The time of tho execution has boon positively and finally fixed It is between the hours of and S this morning This is beyond porad venture Tho doctors have gone to bod in the hotel with call orders ranging from o to oclock It rumored that Kommlor has boon told the time of his departure but this cannot he confirmed It is very significant though that he has boon joined by his spiritual advisors and Keeper McNaughtou will not him now until tho end THE iEKL BUTTK Allg f SpOCial tO Tho lutropidlSherifr of Missoula county who returned last night to the Flatheart connfry Avhorehehad Chief Michel under guard states that arriving at tho reservation he found tho Indians iu ugly temper and determined on resistance Tho chief posi refused to surronder tho two fugi tives Thou Sheriff Houston applied to Agent Kouau at RavelH fsr assistance but i could get uo from that quarter so he sutto Missoula for a posse A force of tried frontiersmen was soon organised and loft Missoula at 7ao the scene Lively times aru anticipated UUXTIXG VOH A TON OF OP1T73I KANSAS Aug officers and United States detectives arrived hero yesterday looking for 2000 pounds of smok hv opium which was smuggled into the United States some ago The opium camo through and the smugglers Ot as fas as it when a gob Vtvack and them It was loaraed that tite contraband goods had been shipped hereSo fur of has been duty ou this opium starved to cienth Mrs jidmitiod when placed under cath that notwithstand ing the acccpiod her own previous statements tho infant is not hers The woman then stated that she obtained the child from an orphan asylum and palmed it oil upon hor husband as Their Tho reason she assigned for tho decoption was to prevent trouble in hoifamily By means of drugs taken to quiet her nerves she had unintentionally miscarried To hide it from her husband she brought homo the child Thomas Russell the befooled husband was intcnsclv angered on hearing his wifes testimony did not know it until this moment the child was not ho aid Mrs TiiiESoll was held without bail to await tho action of the grand jury THE MKXICAX5 SUKKOUNOED MATFA Aug News is brought in by tliu foreman of the mines atShaftor of the ambushing by Mexicans of a party of miners rangors and deputy sheriffs yester day Graves a State Tianger was instantly killed and a Deputy Sheriff and Deputy Marshal seriously wounded Tbo fire was returned and it is believed that one caii was killed and several wounded Tho minors and rangers have about 100 Mexi cans surrounded and arc guarding thorn until further assistance can got to them when they will pick out those connected with the shooting and bring thorn to Marfa forsafo keeping Tho trouble is said to come from tho lynching of a Mexican some mouths ago ATTAKCniRT EMKAnimi N AUR dosporate fight occurred at a picnic of the Arbiter Turn Veroin at Klkrs grpvo last night nearly a hundred men taking part in the fray Six poUcernon wore badly handled by tho infuriated anarchists During the riot an American Hag lloating from a staff at tho entrance of the grove was torn clown md trampled under foot Warrants are out for a of the rioters TWO OISAD WITNESSES Aiig llarlom Court house today Tames T Micldloton was and killed from ambush Basuom Hailoy was also fatally wounded on Clovor Fork in tho sarno county They were both witnesses Iu tlio trial of William tho Icadfir of tho Iloivavd faction which will soon come up A KENTUOKV PBUD BiTRNPinB Aug a light bo two on Police Judge Smith and TownMar shal Coomor on ono side and Ben Cassi dy and his sons John ami Herman on the oth er ovoran old fond John Cassidy and Judge Smith were fatally wounded and tho other throe participants seriously AN OiUMIAN STOUV FoitTAVoRTH Auir Stella Kircblor orphan girl ton years old made complaint had boon criminally assaulted by a Mexican named who was by Jiis mistress Pollio both of whom aro now in jail The child issnfloriiig from a loathsome disease which will probably prove fatal The girl has boon Kept a prisoner since until rescued today She tells a pitiable story of how she was beaten and starved It is boliovod by tho officers that other children havo been subjected to similar THE BESZ1NE BLEW UP HEED m IKE KHVY YARD AND PHARMACIST GORRJ3XI Another Denver Firo men Fat Maiiu Cloudburst DENVER Aug explosionoc curred hero this evoning with results probably more fatal than tho ouo of yester day At 0 oclock J Gouroll clerk m W A Mitchells pharmacy at the corner of Twentythird and Weltion streets went down in tho collar for some goods On reaching tte foot of the stairs he struck a match wbon instantly six ten gallon cases of benzine exploded with tenlire force Tlio entire front of the building was blown into tho street and a customer standing by tho door was hurled somo twenty feet and badly burned and cut GotLell was blown out of the cellar by tho explosion and escapedcby the roar door in some miraculous manner Ho was found a fow minutes later wandering in the alley in a demented condition resulting from his burns which wore fearful Ho was taken to tho hospital whero lb was found that his body was one groat blister some of the Hosh adhering to his clothes when removed His recovery is doubtful Just before tho explosion two little girls come into tho store and purchased soda water but it is believed they loft Justin timo to save their lives Tho building took fire Immediately and the entire fire department was on the ground promptly When it arrived the walls were standing but to totter soon afterwards aud a tumbled to the ground a mass of broken timbers and brick This was so sudden that tho firemen were unable to get to a placo of safety Three were caught iu tho ruins and Fireman Pat Gallagher had both hips broken and was injured in ternally and Charles Craig driver for Chief Pierce had both logs broken and was badly cut and bruised Tbe other though severely Injured is mG seriously hurt On tho sec ond floor of tho building were a number of roomers and it is feared that some of ttieiu while attempting to escape were caught in in the falling building and crushed to in the ruins The fire was extinguished within half an hour after the arrival of the department and a force of men aro nowat work cleaving away tho It is known that all the employees in the store with the ex ception of Mr Mitchell is now iu New York City Gorrclls people re side iu Payne Ohio AN CnOUUUUKST NEEDLES Aug cloudburst In the eastern part of Mojave county Arizona last night washed out a bridge two miles west of Yucca An eastbound freight train was precipitated into the river killing the fireman and seriously wounding the cngi iunjv and brakoman The Sau Francisco express which was delayed by tho washout only reached Yucca a few minutes after the freight accident having a narrow es cape CAPSIZED IN A NEW steamship City of from Central America reports that Captain llawley of the schooner while ou route in a sail boat to the schooner with the commandant of the port and two unknown persons cap sized during a squall and ail wore drowned Bigger Than Both of Them With an empty hall during discussions only a quorum appearing on rollcall says the Washington Cost the pages of the House of Representatives havo considerableleisure on theirhands during tho daily sessions Yesterday a groupof them clustered about tho steps leading to tiio Speakers chair and engaged in discussion as to who was the lesuier Democratic side of the House since Mr Carlisle became a collapsed conditionof affairs in tho House the arguments of the bo distinctly Vieard in the gallery One smaller pages broke the drift of the sion by he knew who wasrtlie in tho country and annoiincecl B hi ne as the This was imme diately but tho little fellow stood hisvgrouniL v i Boistelle Shows Dp the Afanrdity of a Bciacsratic Coiaplaiat The Gentleman Prom New York Fancies He Smell a Kafc xnil Takes tlic Into His The Tariff Debute whic of havin 1 6le a bigger mtinthan AUR tho House Binpham Pennsylvania moved liy on the tiblo tho inotitn which had been pond ine some time to reconsider tho veto by which Lho House passed the bill to prant leaves of absence to clerks in bho flvst and soconclclasa postollicos The motion to rc cbnsiclcr was tabled Snider risins to a question of privilege dLMionnccd as a falsehood an ar ticle iii a Detroit paper statin at a confer once between tho M innosota loloRaflon and SpoaUor Ucwl relative to certain improve ments of tho Hault Stc canal thn Speaker declared To hall with your in land Mr McKinley from tho Committee on Rules reported as a subsUUito for Oom ninKss resolution a resulution asking tho Secretary of Lho Navy for reasons for 1ho of force aiIvittery la spoakingof resolution Oummmgs A srtirl ho rose in defense of public morat ily public liiw which had boon mGiiaeofl Vw a hih in an order ineroasmg fclie force nf navy yard 11 looked as tho design was in use the executive power for partisin purposes Ilo roferrcrt io the great ovil would result from tlio InModncHoii if pullMes into tho navy yards ami going back to the administra tion of the Navy pppsirtinont by Secretary Robeson oommenled severely upon tho lujfion of that official filling tho navy yards with partisan friends just prevmns fco Congiessioual election Ho charged that Kittery yard was used for political purposes nnd quoted ftjy to show tli at previous to elections the list of employees was much laiier if was a month or two after wards Pise iimjovity of the men employed oatnu from Maine the State ot Ihomab Brackett Heed Tlio Committee on Rules had reported n substitute for his resolution which referred tho whole offense to tho offender himself tho Secretary of tho Tlio answoi of tlio Secretary would Uc scut to the Com mittee on Naval Affairs the chairman of which in an interview in a New York paper had his Cummings resolu tion as the most perfect rot imacinaWo and stated that when tho report came in that would be the end of the Boutello said ho felt like Diking vn apology for answering the remarkable dun o Son that had been made by the gen tleman from New York Thogentlcmau iu his search for sensations had worked him self up to a high state of oxciLemoin ovei fact that tho Secretary of tho Navy had roally possessed tho havclihood to obey the mandatory instructions of Congress In the remarks made and In newspaper com ments thcire was a strong implication that somebody had an idea that in Maine and New Hampshire there was a purpose to practice colonization methods Ihe Coubti tutiou of Maine provides that every voter should have a legalresidence of tlnee months at the place where ho was to vote Gentlemen with whom ho had conversed would bear him out iu that statement llio whole tenor ol his remarks was that a resolution offered by Cummings was so silly that the answer of the Secretary ot tho Navy would be conclusive to every sensible man He was free to admit that he did say to a correspondent that ho could hardly believe that so bright a man tis Onmmiugs had perpetrated so gross a blunder Iu justice to his colleague the Speaker he only desired to say after all the feeling that the geatlemau from had shown over the alleged packing of tbo Kittery yard in the interest of Icced the greatest majority ever cast for Ihomas B Reed was S482 over his Domocratic oppo nent and 1028 round majority Iu ISbVwlien the navy yard had been packed by a Demo cratic administration The resolution was then adopted Lncey submitted the majority report onthoClaytouBreckiuridsc election case The declares tbo seat vacant was ordered printed and laid The House then went into Committee ol the Whole on the General Deficiency bill Without disposing of the bill the committee rose and the House adjourned Senate WASHINGTON Aug Senate met at 10 and immediately proceeded with con sideration of the Tariff bill the pending item being tho paragraph relating to cylinder and crown glass Berry addressed the Senate on the general subject of tariff legislation 01 e denied tho correctness of tliscooks assertion that the question had been finally settled at tho last Presidential election The majority of the American people Bony asserted didnot then declare in favor the protective theory but rather in favor of tho party that advocated tariff for revenue only Sooner or later right would prevail and then but uot until then could it be said that tho question was linally settled Under the wise provident and patriotic administration 01 Grover Cleveland a surplus in the Treasury had accumulated but now at the close of one session of Congress under Keriublican administration the question was how to guard ngainst a deficiency and ycfc instead of meeting that deficiency in a way somewhat just instead of imposing an income on tho wealthier classes it was proposed to add to the burdens that were borne by the poor Wilson replied to Berry He read for that gentlemans information an article from the Fort Dodge con trasting the condition of the farmer and the workingmaii now and ton years ago and showing the great reduction that lias taken place in theprices of household and agricultural implements and necessary com niodities within that decade The discussion wascontinued for a long time ami at its close the amendment of fered by Meiherson to paragraph 100 as to of window glass was Aid rich ami agreed to The paragraph referring to plated rolled or rough plate glass was on motion of rich agreed to asit came from the House except tho description in the pro viso was inodiiiftdso as to make it apply to all Sucli glass when ground or otherwise ob committee amendment was atrrced to The next paragraph as to the cost i or polished plateglass unsilvered was on motion of Aldrich mado Cast polished glass finished or unfinished and The next paragraph referred to polished7 silvered and looking gliiia Vest moved to reduce the rate on the lowest to per square Toot that Ger man was in cheap furniture was not produced inthis paragraph referring tospectacles siibsbitute tlic House ALLEGED COLONIZING IN MANE largely a uniform rate of CO per cent mi i was to Another irnposhic a duly of Jf percent mi on all innnufacturos of was vn rccommondation o rinanci by out the words louses of glass or pebbles wholly or partly maiuifad nreu and fusiblo on Tho marbio and stone itnms wore passed over without any riianiie being made in hem Schedule metals and manufactures thereof was then taken up The para graph pulling a duty of cents per ton on on ore was discussed at some length Morgan moved to insert after the words tho words more than onetenth of ono por oont of phos phoric Without voting on the mo tion tho Senate adjourned CENTRAL AMERICAN CHAOS Gnatcmafcm Revolutionists Keep the Army Occupied SALVADQRIAN CITIZENS EXILED THE OF SPORT Races at BuUe imi Countrys Baseball Games BnTTK Montana Aug to Tin Anaconda raoos wore well attended today aud all the favorites won First raoo twothirtyfive class purse Sf00 best throe in Nod 1 1 Minnie Ailment 1 Undo Toby 3 5 3 llion 4 distanced Time 2 j i Second race running threeeighths mile heats purso 1 1 1 Nettie S 2 2 Tom Bowling distanced Timo Third race running ono and oneeighth miles purse 1 Gov Adams 2 Librarian Timo Fifth race trotiting twothirty class purse best throe in 4 Bon Davis Denver trotting stables Dollio 3 Maud Pingleton 4 dis tanced on aeiount of fouling Timo Sixth race trotting Lower Works stakes twoyearolds caoh added best j two in 1 1 Locust 2 2 Timo The Diplomatic Corps Offer to Ne gotiate Peace Between the War ring Double on Salvador The Ksvces Aug won King Oral second Hello dOr third Time Alabama stakes for threeyearolds mile nnd a won Eminence sec ond Daisy third Time Threequarters of a won Bradford second Foxmedo third Time IfOv Kearney stakes mile and a Angeles won Cassins second Floodtide third Time Threequarters of n lilly won Campbell second Tulo third Time AX MONMOUXn MONMOUXH PAUK N AUK racc of a won Tipstaff second Major Daly third Time Second throequarters of a Paloruac won Kairy second Arrogance third Time Third race Palisade stakes one and one eighth Morrow won Demuth second Druidess third Time Fourth race one and oneeighth of a Stockton won Her Highness second Cyno sure third Time Fifth race throequarters of a laue Maid won Kismet second Harscburg third Time Sixth race one won Chesa peake second Rifiepah third Time Tbe National League Stein proved very cllcclivo for Chicago today Attfiiulnnco 1000 300000306 1050211 4 Chicago a Chicago 2 ana and Kittridgc The Players Brotherhood C1J1CAGO OBrien lost the gamo today to Cleveland by poor pitching Attendance 2100 Chiwo 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0300000 HitsChicago 7 Cleveland 6 3 ClovolanJ 3 and FarrRlI OBrien and Sutclilfc and Snyder riTTSKUKO ThoBrooklyn lirothcrhood gamo was post poned by The American Association LOUISVILLE Louisville 3 1 ST LOUIS St M 3 TOLKnQ I The Western Association St Milwaukee Sioux City DENVEtt 1 KANSAS CITY Kansas City OJIAHA 4 j sioux CITY 91 DCS the rates yery The Presence of a Quorum Alone Necessary The presence of a majority of the legisla tive body constitutes a quorum to do busi ness The essence of all business on the part of the legislative body is the consent of a quorum of that body either express or im plied It may be as thoroughly express ed by silence as by sound In the parlia mentary sense presence always im plies full sight and heuring of all that takes place If a member then is present in full sight and somjd of all oc currences and if all action iondly pro claimed by or Speaker he H as much a party consenting to all that oemrs if he vociferated in his loncs This all admit Even the writer of the anony mous article admits this in all cases except that of a yea andnay vote 1 fence even with him we have only to deal with that method of determining the result It must be obvious that all methods of determining the consent of the members are of equal value By each of them laws are passed which have validity Whether the sense Of the House is made manifest by mere volume of sound or by the rising of members in their places by members passing between tellers or by yeas and nays makes no difference what ever in the result Laws passed either way have equal force What then was the object of the constitutional provision as to yeas and nays AY as it to establish a new and separate doctrine of quorum the quorum to be a majority present when all other methods of determining the question were used but a majority voting when voas and nays were called Was there to be one quorum required in one case and another quorum hi another Does it require any different body to pass a bill by yeasand nays than by a rising vote A majority of the House being present can 120 members to 1 pass a bill by standing up and not pass it by yeasvand nays A claim like this utterly ignoresthe meaning of the for yeas and nays and the right to have it which is given under the Constitution What were the yeas and nays given for Look at tbo debates on the adop tion of and you Mill It wis to inform the people their represeritafei yes voted if they voted at all and also the fact they did not such wasthe case The idea in addition to this theV constitutional quorum wasthereby from a jbrity present to a majority acting is entirely invention as illogical is un CITY OF MKXICO Aug 5 THIRUXK Dis patch San Franoiseo Chronicle A dispatch from Salvador says that before any ellootlve battles can be fought by Guatemala she will be obliged to concen trateher army again as internal dissonslona have broken out in the departments of tho Mast The latest insurrectionary movement is headed by GeneralAlfonzo Vrungaray son of tho once prominent General of that name who was declared a by Barillas two years ago and has been a refugee ever since Young Irmigaray issued his pronnneiamcnto in the depart ment Chiqiiimula nnd has drawn to his banner from troops The snialled army of frontier inspection the dispatch coiit imus is torn by dissension and by the attacks of tho enemy and must he to organize it so that it may bo able to copo with tho Salvadorian army grout victory of General over continues to inlorest men here who in their personal capacity ox press the opinion forces will now have no dilhculty in gaining all tho prospective with Guatemala Amer icans here olVercd to bet two to one that tho Falvadorians will if is not arranged by tho United States capture tho capital of Guatemala without losing a battle Thesis men believe that the name alone of will busuliicient to demoralize the Guate malans The Guattuiala legation here ta receiving and dispatching numerous tele grams every day and still nothing is heard from 31 ixner at the United States legation here LA LiuuRTAn Aug Three of San Sal vadors highest have been exiled for being concerned in the Xaldivar plot to overthrow tho Kzeta government Tho three are loaquin Emotorio and Maurice Duke Tho latter is alleged to be a of California Tho orders for the expulsion of the throo men were served saparately and addressed to tho chief of police of the capital of Salvador They read as follows You will please inform Mr Maurice Duke that within twentyfour hours ho loaves tho territory of tho republic In that he refuses at tho expiration of that time you will adopt such measures as may be necessary to conduct him to the port oC La Libortad oven if you are compelled to use force so that ho will take tho flrst steamer leaving said taking care that he does not escape and treating him at tbb same time with the greatest consideration As the Kepubic Is In a state of siege you will please cause Mr Duke to bo conducted to the port of La Libertad under au adequate military Guiorla and Duke were only al lowed one hour to prepare their baggage bo fore leaving of the capital and were today placed on board of tho Pacific Mail coast steamer bound toward San Francisco These men three of the richest inhabitants of Salvador have been supplying funds tothe Zaldivarists for the purchase of arms and ammunition as well as for the payment of troops who were to 13 cht under tho standards of and Bogran One of tho strangest features of the Cen tral American warfare has been demon strated within the last few days in tho man7 ner in which ono country manages to stir revolution on the enemys soil Since Gen eral Antonio Ezcta defeated General Rivas and his Indian forces at the capital of San Salvador it has been learned that President Luis Bogrun of Honduras intended to co operate with Rivas and fcad 2000 soldiers on tho way from Tegucigalpa to invade Salva dor Several revolutionary leaders haA managed to gather around them a consider able number of men on the frontier and while somo had as an objective point San Salvador others were ready to march on Bogran and Tegucigalpa Bograns invading army had just arrived on the frontier of Salvador news was received at Tegucigalpa of General Kivass defeat and death Bogran evidently to make it appear that he intentionof invading Salvador caused the arrest of all revolutionary leaders both against himself and Ezcta and hanged them all His double dealing however was not lost sight of by the Salvadorian Government because of tho hanging of the revolutionary leaders as correspondence was recovered from liivass army which plainly showed his duplicity Had Bosrans army attempted to invado Salvador it would have been warmly received by a garrison of some 24 00 men at San Miguel It is said that if is not very careful he will be deposed by an insurrection in his own country as the malcontents are dally becoming larger in number General Barrundia and Colonel Garfias who are well known here have been heard from at last They are now in San Benlto a town in the Guatemalan frontier evidently for the purpose of crossing tho line nnd stirring up a revolutionary move ment against Barillas all advices arc true will have all he can do to attend to puttingdown revolutions in hisown country without attempting to defend himself against the Salvadorian army which it was learned today is being rapidly reinforced The position of this army is stated to be the same as for the past few days GUATEMALAN REVOLUTIONISTS CITY OF MEXICO via Galveston Aug 5 f Associated dispatch from San Salvador says that General the head of Guatemalan taken Chiquimala near the capital and that the loss of this place has obliged the Guatema lan Government to concentrate its troops toward the capital A Guatemalan dispatch says it Is untrue that an attempt was made to assassinate President Barillas and revolution of importance The dispatch also says that Minister Mizners correspondence has not been tampered with and that the Minister has for days been in free communication with the United States Government PEACE NEGOTIATIONS A special dispatch from Guatemala says the diplomatic corps offered to negotiate in the interests of peace that the offer had been accepted and that it is expected a settle ment will be arranged within a few days President Barillas says he will not resign and prefers death to surrender Dispatches received by the Mexican Government con firm the report of the probability ot inter vcntion of foreign diplomats m Central A merica Presld ont Exetas only t recognition of his Government non intervention of the Government of Salvador Chiapas frontier are that quiet j American Review for August The BIRMINGHAM Re all over the State 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