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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING AIL THE DAILIES ix CITY COMBINED i i ss i THE MOST EXTENSIVE AND BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION VOX 235 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY SPTEMBER 2 1890 PILLAGE BY STRIKERS Chilians Sack and Harder Without Molestation SCENES AT VALPARAISO Tho Foarftil Sufforines of a German Kcgimcnt A HoarllcBS Com mnnder Marches His Men to Death Balkan Tho NCVVH of Europe PANAMA Sept letter from Val paraiso Chill fflvca an account of rioting that characterized the recent striken there U soerns that tho launchrnori struck in monitriK and soon thoworkmen lit Uie Custom IfoiiKf to cease labor The strikers demanded payment in cohu not In notes and this demand caused doors of tho Custom Ilriiso to bf closed This slop was promptly followed by most of the biistncsis hounts throughout tho city Tho strikers thfui fornuid a mob and visited several manufacturing establishments do lnjr much A oltizonfl appealed to tho authorities fc act bub they remained pns 8U for novoral hours during and was going on Finally oigltty had woundofl arid twelve killed the authorities doteniumid io send out military pickets and defend ofHeers By this time tho mob which divided in three sections wfcsi busily on gaged In plundoiJiiK and duHtroyUiK tho stores in tho HtrecLs nor visited In tho morn ing compelling the workmen In all platen toquit and nglitiny resistance was ollered At a bakory in one Btroob twelve men were pounded The bakery and soyerul adjoining sLores were sacked Finally a picket of soldiers appeared and asked the to withdraw As they did not do HO the soldiers withdrew Similar scones at the savno time being enacted in othfr quarters of the city The railroad shops were completely destroyed as well as the factories n tho vicinity and their con tents thrown into tho HO a While tho mob was engaged in sacking tho bicycle factory a picket arrived and the men not retiring opened fire kill ing onci of rioters and wounding four ollws By this time however tho crowd at least and although repeatedly charged by tho police who em ployed sabres ll stood Its ground although some twenty of members wore killed and seriously Viewed from the beach tho scone on tho hill was horrible as tho police wore seen sabros In hand charging here and there The mob olItMod some resistance and wounded the policemen but order was tem porarily restored with the assistance of ro and by stationing another artillery near the railway sta By 5 p nv tho mob had dispersed to the drinking shops At tho time the foregoing sconwt were being enacted many others of a similar class were in progressIn other A t 7 p m a body of policemen charged on the rribb aud rcado five prisoners At tho same time a band of riotors passed through Victoila street smashing floors windows luid orylrig IMllagc Pillage Thcv plundered many houses and there was not a single soldier there During night tho streets wore patrolled by troops At p m cavalry pickets made several charges In the Amandral where stores were being sacked In Cordell street tho mob attacked some jewelry stores Tho arrivedafter all was over At 0 p m trains arrived with a battalion commanded by General ValdtvUisl and subsequently corps of 500 strong Tho Intendento and comnuimler of the police had almost frator nixed with tho On the hills round Valparaiso many out rages and robberies have boon jonurjlttod At Santiago somewhat similar rioting oc ourrod at a session of tho Deputies A GERMAN COLONELS CKUEIjXY Terrible SuiTesinKS Ninirh on Their Forced DfaiCh NKW YOUK Sept Dispatch Francisco Chronicle to the Sun A very grave stigma upon tho conduct 01ihe military oasto ln Germany has been loft by the suJTorlngc tho Ninth Uogimentof infantry was made to oridurct in march through tho district between Wurxborg and Marktbreit during tho mTirieuYors At 4 oclock in tho mornfntf Tho according to orders ab iho plaeo of TflndeKvous but for someJcT reason woro kept waiting till Cfl5 so that tho men standing with their heavy knapsacks were already tiredbefore they atariod They then sot off at a quick murnii covered six and a quartor vnilos between the starting point and tho village of RlbBlstadt in an hour and a half They hoped to bo allowed to stop hero jind get a drink of wator but woro ordered to go on without pause to Ochsbfurto Thoy found all Uie vJliagors waiting for ihom with offers of boor water and wlno Somo of the menwore already terribly ox and one was so evidently III with a gontlemaf standUig byoffered to pay 20 marksfor his con voy unco to tho nonrosiv hospital but the servant rougnly refiiscd saying that tluv man was shamming This man was Ono of tho two meu who afterward1 Olod of sun stroke After a shovti halt tho wcro ordcrfecron again and now bogdin most dreadful part of tho whole march Tht noonday sun was at its There WHS nob sv particle of shade Itv the jMong dusty road Matiy of the men staggorjlng with tho heatand could go further and themsofivos down on tho banks by tho roadside The Colonel senta his alclosdocamp to who iU gofurther to fall They waited for Tho rotuV rbogan to lookUko a On oaoh it lay tho fainting sotuiern us fallen out vlth tbeir arms and accoutre ments At 1 oclock they jbrelt But In what a condition Two bun tiredtaon hud been left on tho rosid and had to be convoyed Inambulances carts arid anything that could be got hold of by tho It wus exactly itkb the wounded attor Tho doctors did not know how to inanyipa Many oftho men were picked np and carried homo by potisants lining along the men al ready dtSad and sovoral arc dangerously ill Colonel Schollor who Is rosponstblo for this extraordinary has been db prlvccl of the command of the regiment aad a courtmartial Will imiufro Into the an of the condition of the Americans in AsiaMinor The patriarch thereupon agreed to withdraw his resigna tion and continue in his post for some months pending a fulfillment of bbq Sultan a promises A French Admirals Hospitality PARTS Sept Rioumer naval cominarider ut Toulon In reply to a letter from ViceAdmiral Tieskius commanding the British Mediterranean squadron in forming him that a British cruiser and dis patch boat wore about to enter port sent a courteous note Inviting the whole British Mediterranean squadron which is now in the Gulf of Juan to visK Toulon The authorities are making elaborate prepara tions for tho reception of the squadron PowdcrUsbd s Sept opened The smoke was n bio ordldnd0f ponder Englands Balkan Proposition PARIS Sept says England hiis made proposition to tho powers that they agree upon a federation of the Balkan states Including Bulgaria Ser vla Jiloritoriegro and a part of Albania In regard to Armenia the paper says that Knglanrl will undertake active interference until order is restored Crispi to Meet Salisbury BOMB Sept Prime Minister Crispi pro ceeded on a special steamer from Naples to Nice today The reported object of his visit Is to hold an interview with Lord Sails burr British Prime Minister who is now at Nioo Osman Dianas Movements Sept Os man PIgna has ar rived at Tokar with JOOO follower Grain trade between Suakim and the in terior is stopped to prevent the spread of cholera Cholera Still OATRO Sept Since Tuesday last there have been fortyeight fresh cases of cholera hi Elcor and eighteen deaths Eighty Miners Suffocated VrwNNA Sept An explosion occurred jnamlno at Boryslav In Gallcla Eighty miners were suffocated TOOK A SHOT AT MIZNER BAHIUJNDrAS DAOGHTKR ATTACKS THIS AMKRICAN MINISTER jiTo Shlolrts Himself With a Uook tho Tlio Young IVoiniia Arrested CITY OF GuATRMAfiA Sopfc 1 A daugh ter or Gon Harrunclla attcinptocl to shoot United Minister Mizner today was at his desk taking out tho guar antee given to him by this Government that Barruridlas life would bo spared in case ho was surrendered when ynung woman came into the office revolver in hand and accused him of hav ing lioen ill fcctly tho cause of her fathers death and announced that she meant to kill him tried to reason with tho girl but finally she pulled tho 1 rigger of tho pistol Miznor lmd ft heavy law book and bullotwaa burlod in its loaves Tho sliot attracted attention and before a second could be red assistance arrived Then ensued an exciting interview maintained tho utmost calmness The por In and tho young woman She proved to bo Christiana Bar a daughter of the murdered gou onvU Mixner will not prosecute the lady and insists that no furthernotice bo taken oC tho alValr It Is generally believed that Rarrundla would have boon In danger of doatih had ho not resisted SECHKTAIIY SUKrillSED Sept According to the JJcraUls WftshJnjrfcon special Assistant Soc Whaiton was greatly surprised when Informed of the life Why we have received nothing on the said he it possible that an attack hns been made upon our Minister with intent take his life Poor fellow he is certainly having a iml time of It I suppose wo shall receive a dispatch from him tomorrow giving full If tho report is Tho Department officials are anx iously awaiting a dispatch from A PKOTKST TO HARRISON OiTY on1 MEXICO Sept Following Is a cable sent by tho widow and children of Goiieral Harrundla to Vresidont Harrison 1 Ttm wifo ind children of Joso oSIartin Bnrrun fliiL protest hoforo you with Uie greiUosf incligna tior fltirl sorrow tliat our beloved husband and lias boon viluly on board an American stcamor at Sun Josn whoro ho was found iindor shcltor of tho Hag That his rfonlh was iltcgiillv consnminatocl by the Gov ornmoutof GiiivUmaia thootllcial and ciimimU cooperation of Minister Mixner who onlorol the cuptaiu of Iho stoamor to dcllior up Urn Goncrnl Vo before you figninst cloed nnd WR from youireclrnss and jus tice you wiH demand dun reparation for outrage of which wo nro tho inconsolable vic Throe DEATH IN THJ5 FJjA3JOES in a Como People Burned Fire Como special to the says Tho Wolford House took fire thin morning at oclock burning tho wholebalding to ashes The fire caught hi room o on tho second floor which was oocu piod byrftn invalid who it is thought kickedv over a lamp and started the Ore Although tho ire department was on hand promptly tho iro was under too groat lionclvray to save the building Throe persons ivero burned to death and tholr remains wore found in tho ruins One has boon identified as William Prlcer who hasjvbeon employed by the WesternUnion Telegraph Company asa lino repairer but the others arc unknown parties barely escaped and o very totallydestroyed except some furniture WINS EVJRJB Y NIGHT Snlliyan1 Says Acting Pays Better Thau Fighting1 YORK Sppi L an interview yesterday when he thought would win iheSIavin McAuliffo fight said Inever either him or his niannger that au Ahiericah you fight McAulitTe if he whips V Ill fight him after we finish our cortainly not before Theres ln acting thau there is in MCOOK TOREFUGE BROOKE A Possible Outcome of the General Kautz Affair LIGHT PROMISED ON MINERS CONDUCT The Minister to Be Set Riffht Before the A House Committee to Investigate of Silver Purchases f TnrntrNE BUHEAU 517 Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON D Sept 1 is hinted strongly at the War Depart ment that General A McD will shortly supersede General Brooke in com mand of tho Department of the and that tho latteroflicerwill he given the Ra tion in Arizona Th is seeihs tho most ready method scttlingtho trouble be tween Generals Brookei and Kautz Kautz declines to withdraw his charge agjllnst General Brooke aud insists that ho Is entitled to redress through a court The Presidentis anxious to avoid this if possible as thOresvilt would not all doubtful arid a considerable amount of of fended aimy dignity would be aired in public It therefore hoems best to sepa rate the two combatants and that remedy will d on bU ess It is said at the War ttte trouble was an inju dicious and very ivripopnlar i mornber of General hasthe most to do with reviewing courtmartial papers and happens to bean officer of General Kautas iNluch of theblame is laid on his shoulders though the responsi bility for the endorsements on the papers signed by General Brooke must of course fall on him There is only one opinion among the military men here at and that is that the attempt to humiliate an old veteran like General Kaute who was serving his country in the field when General Brooke was a burly wagon master skinning mules for Sydney G ex pedition must certainly react upon the author CORRBSFONDENCB TO Bffi PUBWSnBD WASHINGTON Dis Francisco Clironidc The State Department it is understood will for its own honor and credit of the diplomatic make public such portions of Minister Mixnors official correspondence as willi show that many if not all of the charges are groundless llis with Guatemala and is alleged have not shownthavfairness andj impartiality ter will be the public for their that ffhpy may judge selves whether he hasbeen f also tphis trust or used his official position for the inreresb or Guatemala to tho disadvantage of any other Central American Republic towhich he is accredited WASHINGTON President will leave for Oresson the latter part of the week and establish executive headquarters there during his stayi A telegram was at tho State De par today from Minister saying fchat tho Government has acceded o of this Govern ment iliat Hollander the exiled American editor bo allowed to return to Guatemala for thepnipose his private fairs Miznor said nothing ln regard to Barrundia and it is supposed that no further adtioti wjll beitaken1 until Mlzuers report is received APPJIOVBD BY THE PRESIDENT The Presiucnt this5afternoon approved tho joint resolution making an appropria tion for the relief of the destitute in Okla PI7RCRASES The amount pfsilvor tno Treas ury today ounces The ounces and or all Tho total amount purchased since August loth when the present law went ioelTect is ounces leav ing but be puichased be tween now 13tli instsint DBDT STATEMENTi Acpregate of debt ex elusive of UnitedStates bonds issued to the interest has censed since ihiiturity 215aggregate no interest including funds deposited in tho Treasury under ofJuly 14 of ceriii Heaves Offset in aggregate of including andnotes August total cash In cash an 1S90 debt less cash in iluly 31 1SOO net decrease month v propriations were reduced to a totalof COOPEtl KICKS HESIGSS The House Committee the charges against Commissioner Raum re sumed session this Cooper opened the proceedings by com plaining Locord bad Tored and unwarranted corrections made by Commissioner Ilaini matter striken out An instance he said was in the Commissioners testimony relative to the Cincinnati CommcrcirrfGazette inter view where the interpolated wordsW conform to that given by Gcnciil Boyntori The committco instnicfcftd pherto see that the record was complete committee was sworn He said ho vriisa stockholder in the refrigerator company proceed ings in the House resulted resigna tion of Siciyseraud caused of the inyestisatiori until the vacancy was AT SHEEPSHEAQ Teiiky Takes a Race Ftoni Firenzi and Prince KoyaL BAY light ages six Blue third Time 25 Dash stakes five furlongs won Esperanxa second Coronation third Time Threeyearolds and upwards Buddhist won Strideaway King Crab third Threeyearolds about threefourths of a Noble Glenn Beach second Piinster 1 Labor Day anda cjuar On entering the stretch Firenzi took the lead but the race bee ri run just to suit Tcnny and when it cameto the drive through the stretch ho had tho speed and beat Firenzi by a lengthy while Prince Royal third two and a half lengths GEORGES TWIN HOBBIES Single Tax arid Free Trade Will Remedy AH Evils FOUR HUNDSED SANGUINE DISCIPLES won St second Firefly third Time AVelfcer mile iind thrQersixteeriths on Lavina Belle second MifsterLode 35 JHE CAMPAIGN George Expects to Capture Democ Vacy and the Salvation Spread the Gospel in TJie New York Convention YORK Sept George reached here this morning on the steamer Delegates of thoSingle Tax Club met George at the pier and extended a welcome la addition a largo number of single tax men marched in body to meet George friends that he felt tired after the voyage and needed a few hours rest Ho will be present at a conference of single tax meu this after noon George looked better than at anytime since the campaign of He went to the Westminster Hotel where ho again talked to friends ho said his trfp around the world was more sinjoessful than ho anticipated even in the protection strongholds of Australia His most pronounced views on free trade wore given an impartial hearing everywhere Single tax clubs he sud sprang up all along the line after my speeches The issue has already entered Australian politics Sir Henry Ramies Premier of New South Wales isa convert of ours and an earnest advocate oftho single tax He used his influence to make my trip a FOUR DELEGATES TH1C BOISE REPUBLICANS FIUB THE FIRST r Governor Shoup and ExDelegate Dubois Down a Few Plain Facts for the Voters to Consider BOISE CITY Idaho Sept to first big gunof the cam paignto decide the1 of Idaho publioan mass nieeting in Sennas Opera House Fully tliPtiSandvattended Tlie parquette was well filled ladies the elite of the city The stage ully decorated with The city band discoursed be fore the meeting and On the platform were Delegate Fred T Dubois S u r yeyorGeneral Pe tii t andspoke forcible pni the living issues of the Governor Shoup devoted most of his time to an able criticism of the speech of Hon Hill in his itman of the of the House Mr that the Republicans on Territories Hill had 1 said had retained the duty on the necessaries of the poor j it oil of luxuries This true Tobacco and whisky were not neces sities bvit luxuries and the duty was re tained on these The duty was gar in harmony with dootrineof protection to try iiitbe United States Tho same wool i In conclusion he waving of stood by Id abb with an being in traduced stamping handkerchiefs etc In his past eureer as i public servant all know where he on all public silver annexa tion immigration He bad opposed Mor had entire Demo party which ridiculed had up the duty on National Democratic solidly V for free load party had given practical silver while the Democrats played for ing against the only The Republican given1 excellent postal facilities to the Democratic South homerule given S tatehopd whi lei tlie Dem ocr d eiio uri ced Idaho asarotten des miners cpV boys Surely the gi had abused and keep while the had yoted The TO LOOKINTOITTAH At a mooting of Territories con sidoration oi thebills for New Mexico and to the union1 be ing and put lutlon jnr0gard by some was j rything was UTianiniOUSiy adoptdd The Democrftlic oommiiiuicitself to frc ITieople jtradc pretty and i f I coukl histen its vpri to vancailotheoiilylogical Deinocratii j iUiinu Ju LIJ r j lrt ill ny iluiy 31V 1SOO ahd October 1st would Ofdebt during the t rahaxv 6fEepublicanStates Tiong theSalvation Army irin h cJuiedto assist the tax movement How n Yrx oontiuued it g0Jne thesiiigle tax rllrecupn lomrncin mnrnincr frir WpJsor i Viuriilv 1 tintit I have preamble cites that there baveVbeen bills in the the looking to f ad mission the of New Mexico Arizona as and that a contrariety of opinion legists as their iimmcdlate adinissipn Tho resblufiion the Cpn mittee Ter ritories to send su bcom ni A pfj seven WQXJCO and moral conditiohs1 localities i deoiir proper morning for Weiser Llnbria and Worth Idaho Th e h iio vshbw Enthusiastic Opening of the Single Tax Conventioh NEW YOKK Sept Tho delegates from the SingleTax Clubs of thirtythree States and the District of Columbia met at Cooper Union this afternoon for the purpose of forming a peruiarient organization of Single Clubs of the United States There are William T Crasdale of New York called the convention to order He explained how tlie conference came to be summoned and address had occasion to say that Henry George suggested the idea At tho mention of Georges name the entire meet ing rose in a bodyand cheered o Ring City Attorney of Texas told of the progress of the singletax in Texas lie said the Farmers Alli ance was becoming powerful It had or members in Texas they had placed a man in theGovernors chair who was a man of the people OheersJ and they were favorable to the singletax idea The Knights of JOabor were also favorable to the and many of their master work to it Dr Henry OhaseotSt Louis said the sin gletax idea favored an abolition of all laws supporting monopolies the abolition of pa per currency and thoitbolition of legal mur Tbe Jlepublican party is committing suicide Democrats dying a slow death had liopes that the Democrats would do some good ber fore they died Louis A was permanent chairman In his speech he said he believed that Henry George always saw tho hand of God in the singletax movement The path and will broaden until the Democraticparty is included in the movement E Brooks of South Dakota was elected permanent recording secretory B G Brown of Tennessee and John G White of HJlribis assistant and read i tig secretaries H F Rins William Lloyd Garri son of and Stephenson Commit pie to stand by the Eepublicau appointed and the meeting ad GEORGE IS SANGUINE He Expects to Capture the Demo crats and Salvation Army N3WvYonK Sept The Single Tax Press Coinmitteo has contributed the interview which follows as the sentiments of Henry George The questions were written out and sent to George and are followed by his you run for Mayor No you petition such asthal of 1885 were presented A I did that once under a sense of duty Idisclmrged my then Willyou ruu would you run I would at pros poet tliau would me to rim for anything I have other work to do Willyou Koto Pcnusylvauia to stump the not been asked should he would the Democratic party to free Idoirfknow if is within my power by dpingor not doing tocommit the It is tofree 1 andif I coukl hasten its ad ratio ahsolute frectrade no tariff at all ANCIENT1 CIVILIZATION u Important Scientific E to Arizona and New is hardly theway I put it I have thoSalvalion Army the poverty nhd destitution oxistsinallthe cities ofGreni 1 am satisfied thatany attempt ofthis kind must ulti matelylead them to single taxviews think I no cohfldencevin saying has now pussipgto her 2 Vestthrouph the slow agency incurable has years what we upuld call a 8ineleltax womati GeneValTJooth liot I Koto far noris inairy is in Australia is Mexi co and A r i zon a u n d e r d ir ec tion pfth e American of Is any probability of single there probal plural windcelestial fw Jljmi Itll JO i J VI i ihe f i I Pehiisyty an i an em A tl V waycbnim i tied td hut ii has jseeti1 that thework oftrue rt ti nVVt 1 HiiO1 f ft until evefy is willing self by honesUabor shall have au ppportun the cases be His Remieidies 3 Gfepigtfafr ppopeif U nip J San FranciscoVwelcom tiri rnii rKSTlODSe DU rp v isrqo K iy D LUO UUUd asked to be A frSni1 LlyerppolrAugust iarrlyed here a oimn ckpnelabou tff a in nwid t li t til N7OT ABANDONED YET The Prospects or the Panama Canal Said to Be PANAMA Sept prospects of the Panama canal are definitely brightening and in the best informed circles hore tho matter is regarded as practically concluded although a committee ot the Senate is still engaged in studying the proposals of and preparinc the draft of a bill to author ize the Executive to come to terms with him upon u basis of his proposition Tho follow ing telegram from official in Bogota has heen published in Panama Tte President of Republic has rccnm moMided to Congress the proposal of which is as follows An extension of contract for eight longer the works to he commenced not Inter than a voar and a half after approval The GovonimentVillconwditho hectares of land that may lw necessary for carrying out tho scheme and to settle tho Tln company will pay the Colombian Govern men t francs and frnncs worth of free privi lege shares The company yill also contnhuto francs monthly for military protection all freights of Colombian prodnco passing over the Panama railroad to be carried at half tariff rates Platt Declines a Mission NEW YOKK Sept Tribunes Wash ington special says TheSpanish Mission is made by the resignation of Palmer It was tendered to exSenator T 0 Platt of New Pork who declined A Tribune reporter nailed on Mr Platt who con firmed the report say ing that the mis sion was tendered June 2Sth and added that his business engagements would not allow him to accept the responsibility of office of any name or nature however hon orable or alluring THE LABOR DAY GAMES THJE BALL rijATJSKS DO AN EXTRA AMOUNT OV WORK Some of the Clubs Played BrilHnntly While Others Acted Like Thousands of Spectators Attend BOSTON homcr un hit in the ninth won the to Boston The Clcve Innds were easily beaten in the second At were tendance SSOO First Boston 5 7 0 2 S 2 0 0 0 0 0001004 Boston 16 Errors Cleveland 1 Hoston S Kilroy and Gumbert Bakely and Brenmui Second game 1213000 011 Cleveland 001 000002 Hi 10 Cleveland 3 Gumbort Kelly Irturphy Grubcr McGill and Brenuan Ferguson and The Phillies were beaten twice today the first through errors They wore whitewashed in the second A 5500 jyirst game Philadelphia 0001 1 1 0 03 100030217 Philadelphia ft Pittsburg 5 PhilndelphJa 5 Pittsbiirg 3 Husttid and Cross Maul and Quiun Second game Philadelphia 0 000 00 0 0 00 PiUshurg 22100 04 H itsPhiladelphia 4 Piitsburg 0 Errors Philadelphia S Sanders and Milli pan Staley and Qniirn Suy der and Pearce BHOOKLYS Chicago and Brooklyn divided the honors to jay The Chicagoes1 play in the first was en tirely superior Attendance 7700 First 000 0 1 o 1 0 1 3 Jl itsBrooklyn 7 Brooklyn 12 Chicngo 1 liaMones and Cook Uoylc Second game 1 4 1 Chicago 3 0 00 Brooklyn 12 Chicago 10 Brooklyn 5 Chicngo Weyhing and Kinslow Baldwin and tfarrcll Umpires Knight and Jones NEW TORK The Giants thrashed the Bisons At ten dance 3SOO First 0 2 0 0 3 01 0 PRICE FIVE CENTS FOO MUCH PROTECTION The People of the West Demand a Tariff Reduction PADDOCK DEFINES HIS POSITION He Favors Just Enough Protection to Cover tho Difference in Wages Wool Schedule Smyser Withdraws from the Raiim Committee WASHINGTON Sept tho Senite Shermnir pave notice of an amendment which ho troposed to offer to the Tariff bill looking toward reciprocity with the Oomln km of Canada in coal and toward trade relations between Canada and tba United Blair and Hoar wanted to let tho Tariff bill go over and as it was Labor Bay do something for by considering the labor bills Aldrich thought Blair and Boar were inclined to buncombe whereupon Blair characterized Aldrieh as a representative of Tho presiding oflicer called Blair to order for unparliamentary language and the tariff bill was taken up Aldrich objecting to its postponement The pending question was the Finance Committess amendment pf tho woolen schedule It Increased nhe duty per pound on wool and woolen yarns from twice to times tho duty imposed on unwashed wool of the first class Paddock addressed tho Senate In a friend ly criticism of tho Tariff bill There was no dissent in the Republican party as to the declarations It had heretofore madeIn its platform but there were differences opinion as to tho details of tho tariff There was no dissension as to such protection as the difference In of labor between tho United States and foreign countries Ho should be Rlad if he could follow the majority of the FinanCdCommit tco but regretted that ho could not see his way clearly to it as to all sections The agricultural West ho said never favored high protective duties but did favor suf ficient protection to cover tho difference in wages while at the same time a sembiauce at least of foreign in arl ets was West regarded a revision of the tariff meaning areduction of over possible and not increases and he was confident that the demand for a lower range of duties would have to receive early and formidable response from grcss So long as a high tariff was needed to keep the wheels of Industry Jn motion it would besupported and jproperly defended but the sentiment wns growing and lief was becoming a fixed conviction in the AVest at least as to some of that the decreased cpet dijction bu a groater de1 crease of duties than the manufacturers had yet to accept He Paddock would reduce the duties on the of life to the lowest point i home would reasons for sons that should be specific and not only respecting ths ieed of C as to the amount of such duty H The Dill as reported while proved over the House was something of a disappointment Hewas certain that iyf v all who were favored by the maintenance of a high better satisfied with o laid down by the committee than any Qthiry lUt tUUtlJf t 0 01 4 Errors Hcmiag 0 07 0 5 Errors 0 2 0 100 New York 9 liufTsilo 5 York 4 Buffalo 2 Second New 1 1 3 319 0 03 10 3 07 19 Buffalo 12 fnlo 9 Ewing Cunning ham aud Mack xnd Gaffuey The National Ijeaguc This mornings game was the best seenhere this season Philadelphia won it Jn the af ternoon Cincinnati won by hard hittiug At tendance First Cincinnati I 0 000 00 01 1 100 000002 Five each Cincinnati I Phil 2 Gleason and Schroiver Mulhxue and JIarrington Second 0 0 020 0 018 Philadelphia 4 0000 Cincinnati 11 9 Errors BattcrJesrBuryea and Kernan Harrington Powers The visitors were swiped twice today being shut out in the first Atteudance First New York I 00 0 24 0 0 00 New 12 Cleveland New York 4 Rusie and Buckley Young and Zimmer Second New 1 1 0105 0 0 0 1 001 York New York 4 Cleveland 4 Jtf urpby and Zlinmer Lynch In the first Boston icpuldnt Wit Luhv ami lost The afternoon game was i farce visitors First Chicago 0 00 024 Boston o oo o OOJi Chicago 9 3 Luhy ajod Nichols and Second ga Boston OS Q 15 105 32 0 Errors Hnrdie Stem and Brookiynvw6aalithree games by better ail arouad at the three aiid He believed in free sugar but should be secured through tomej of reciprocity as indicated Ijy formulated by the Finance whatever miglifc bo done liberal bounty to home produced assured for fifteen years there would occasion whatever thereafter for portation of a pound of sugar r United States He wouldtreat plate industry in the same certain it the part of justice to adopt duties After a ipng discussionth91 amendments The next paragraph related worsted cloths knit fabrics rhittee reported an the duty from two to three per pound on washed wqbl Agreed to Theword was sorted after the words woolen In the next paragraph Arelating to blankets hats of wool flaniiclsjjrot committee ampsdment makes theduty the same that pnrm pound and a unwashed wool of tho ihvi ilrstclass addition to ad Agreed to Finally and Vance offered as an additional section U the ajijendmontbf which1 be heretofore notice allowing a reduction goods p u rch ased with the proceeds of5A mer lean farm productsteold in foreign countries lor an evening session In which to address tho i The schedule iobds WHS taken and Committee 1 Aid rich that sugar schedule would be taken up The ConferenceTreporc on 1x5 collision at sea Senate WASHINGTON Sep moved to suspend rules bill Government mines in the limes in tac ACIIJIAJII Cooper rising lege stated one of pension v Today belearned roiog to De appoi oi the i   

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