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Publication: Salt Lake Tribune September 5, 1890

Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION ALL OTHER DAILIES J COMBINED THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST ADYERTISIHS MEDIUM ROCKY WOUNTA5N REGION VOL 2159 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1890 PRICE FIVE CESTT S FAITHFUL TO THE PEOPLE The Record of the House Reviewed by Speaker Reed A SESSION UNDER MAJORITY ROLL luSpHeof the Efforts of Desperate Obstructionists the KopnhlicanH FuJfiJJcrl ProujJscQjmy anl tho Senators Political News Sept ar rived hero this afternoon Mft received ovations nt sovnral points along tho voad Phcro stoppfd today Toriighl ho was welcomed at City Hall by a crowd of 000 people and rnado an addroas the Btihstanco of whlfh follows Spftiikor Beodfl address was devoted to a rovlow of the work of tlm present Hotiso of Uftpresontatlvnit fo spoko of the throatH of the mlnorlly boforo the assomhllrif of Congress and the declarations that they were to rule in utter of tio of the and of all Uio Hiblistering tactics they were prepared to employ Tho oiiPftof Mild riot a hortv quirk to do buninss Jiny sntof itjt and divers will alwavsmiikn il find oiiiiibnrsnniri on system which will Mtiiblri i hold tho House nl biiv until down of thuri to lioiil it uinii iliysiciiil hnusllon pots in imd for onuHfth to noln it ror rvor WIIK oviduntly nndfring elections ixnd called a ImU to f tlicro bo any thing in nopnljir it IIICHIIM lliur when pcopln havx cNitud piirty control of tlio Iloiiso or tlmt party filiall both H ww with far iflmifi Until of pnhlio riutv Ihftf minority Ml out tit tlm oponuiu of Not only no to pass whlcsh did not hivo thrtir approviil but no rules cvfii of jirocdiirt nerrnlttcd tlioso which toKult tho bfutou party rfo wn begun wllhoutriilos Aflftr two months tho opposition found Unit tho luw which liiul bncit built up by tlio people in with thoir institutlonH publio business wus trolngon nvorydiiv without thulr oonHcnt iinrl begftn to clftmor for tho yory rules hud f need not doscribo to you tlio suono of disorder tlint HCoompunliul thn OHtiiblishiiKJiil of wound btiriinoss Uousi It is piioiinb to a a v that good work wus done unrl tins liouiii takon i long Htop iu its biiHtnossliki jmrforrriilinfio of duty during tho lust eight I havo boon tiiibjoot to much indiscnmlnato prnipo und much inrHscrimituito blaiiio One is Just as much deserved us other rurn on ono man Tlio Houso o Uepre WHS iijx for nnd tho peopio stood roacly t all urn world wunUsd easy to do I am not groutly iiroud to bo Speaker am proud with all my heart o bo ono of that inaKiiiliconl maionty of the rfoiiso of of tho Flftytlrsfc f Ion cross AVhbh for nine long months has novor for ono motile nt filtered in its duty Wo hftvbiicjhlovod nil ho Republican party promlfod and more Wo prornisod tlio peopjo that tho tariff should havo ftiir and exhaustive treatment that ihe principle of protection should huvo full recognition and wo havo kent our promise My the Administration bill a wlso ami discriminating effort lias been made to se ciiro to our rnanuranturors and merchants thu corn pie to bcnollt of tho rates of duty Imposed by law the Domocrntsiu the IIouso admitted that owing to a change In of thu wool industry wan tof toring to its fall unless wool and worsteds worn put upon a footing of equality Nevertheless for tho purpose of adding to tho votes of the f ills bill which could never pass they saoriflnod woolen Rtirt without delay and without waiting to strenLfhen their own bill by support of MoKinley anrl Governor Hlngley pushorl through a measure of justice which has rescued so many of our woolen mills from disas ter and ruin lint this bill useful us It is WHS but a forerunner of the Tariff hill The Mo Kinloy bill was not made In a closet it was not the product of ono man who trlorl to know every thing Jf any Tariff hilt was over result of ho beliefs of tho whole of tho United States tho McKlnloy bill was Anothor groat ttcliievement of the Ifouso is he Stiver bill The Republicans had promised that all the silver dollars should he furnished which oouId bo kept la value with gold Such a bill fulfilling that promise to the uttermost now adorns our statute books as a tribute to the wise conservatism of the Republican nuijorify of tho Mouse Already silver setuns to be climbing to par wltli safetyto all interests of the con n try wns aeother promise to bo kepi made lojig ago and of Ron renewed For yours tho Ro havo declared most that there could not bo in a Republic a dulvMiioro than tho duty of upholding the right of cvorv participate in the Government ThftlTousc fruo to ita duty has passed a bill which when it becomes a law will give to tho people of tho United States the sutTmgos of mil lions It will enable votes to bo counted Rood continuotl every inch of our progression has been contested by tho oppo sition Highway robborv of the tltno has beon abolished but petit larceny has not Only Rtrong vigorous public sontiraont provjiilhiK nraong all tbo constltuoncies will ever do that Wo spent two months and n half in a preUnnn KiV Struggle to sortie the right of tho majority to control and therules of tho 11 aviso were forced to spend more time on cotUostod elections Our less of lime from contested elections will not bo less than twontv days Ono other cause of loss of time will bo a surprise perhaps to Ihn community at lavgo Tso man would regret more than 1 to bo thought in all proper respect for the fill proper reverence for departed oom rfwiosund for tho feelings of surviving friends yet the method by which the House this and pays this reverence is very costly to tbe The Speaker wont on to show that ay tho time the House gets through with the eulogies of tho members who havo died during his session twentvotio working days will have beon lost Ho then went on to snwik of another method of tho roll With members U take twontyllvo minutes to mako tho roll AVbonovar the and nays R re ordered it tho loss of half an 5o far this session we hnvo had 400 Thro hundred of hsc havt boon iiUetly use loss 1 more svantoo Three hundred roll calls moan twvntytlyo wasted in a more useless calling over of names and nil done to waste time with public Insinoss un finished In closing what I have to say it would not bo just to restrict the Houso upon even i catalogue of its groat deeds What tho Kouso aus done it hns shown tho country thrtt any Hoose can do and this is worth a princesss ransom If we have broken the preceuonts of an hundred years wo have set precedents for another hundred years nobler than tho last whojreur respoxisi billtywill wait on power nnd wherein the pco plol with a full knowledge that thoiit servants can do so will clfooso those who will worthily carry out their rival at tho Sonato ho conferred with sev eral of coilrsujfues spouding consider able with JIo eiid to a re pnrror that ho hud not determined what pursue Ho had undor considera tion the making of a statement under tho rulf governing questions of personal privilege Tho liepubllcan Onngrefismeri from Penn sylvania today prepared a resolution in structing tbo Public Printftr to refrain from publishing Kennedys speech in tho record is it ooriKtituted a breanh of decorum and a violation of tho rules of tho House Ken nedy however withheld his speech from tho printer for a day or two and conse quently the resolution was withheld Kennedy this afternoon said that he did not believe be bad said anything that actually constituted a violation of the rules ov an impropriety lie added that ho had not yet had an opportunity to revise his speech A DFJSPEUATfi DEMOCRACY Idaho Jjoadorw Will Attempt to Pur the Tiailroad Vote HOISK Cfrr Idaho Sept to George Hobethan nominated for Auditor on tho Republican ticket hav ing declined tho Central Committee has substituted the name of W Moody Boise City formerly Comptroller of the Territory a thoroughly corripolont man ExDelegate Ainslio and Jim Hawloy left Saturday on a secret mission refusing to toll whoro they were KOlntfThey went direct to Helena whoro It is understood fljjurinK was done with tlio Northern Pacific Company employing a large number of men in Northern Idaho Returning to Butte they called on the JntcrMminlatn whom Editor Rood raked up from memory tho past when Aiusllo favored tho Mormons so much Montana gentlemen present at ohis interview say that A Insllo was badly shaken up The ntcrAfountain of the 2nd charges that tliesio men will go to tho railroad contractors aud try tho effect of tho sinews of war ftuppliod from Democratic licad quartaiH and the Cobden Club They will sock to havo tho railroadcontractors deliver graders and tracklayers as so much merchandise after tho example of precinct thirtyfour near The action of these two leaders of tho party indicate that tho InterMountain is about right as to tholr designs It fl B TO CJjUBS The Executive Committee Advo cates tho Election BiM SARATOGA Sept 4 Tho Executive Com mittee of the National League of Republi can Clubs held tholr semiannual session and adopted an address to the various State Leagues 1C states that there 1s much in the political prospect throughout tho coun try to renew courage Slnou Nashville meeting thoio iias been a great growth in numbers Tho State Leagues are admon ished to keep up active work in the off years Referring to tho tariff tho address says still adhoro with firmness to tho doc trine thai a protective tarllV law Is tho cause of our countrys prosperity The cry of trade Is a horosj that calls upon us to lone a limping hand to oqmplcto Its over throw In this direction alpno tho League of Status can accomplish Tho Leagues nro urged to uphold the Sen ators and Congressmen In favoring tho Klootlon bill Thoso words werq used IL Is nol for you to say whether tho present ponding Federal Election bill shall pass in tho manner in which 16 is drafted but we do earnestly Insist that it shall pass In Its present form unless some better one shall be speedily The Middling Honest Party DOVKH N Sept Speaker Reed loft 1 Jos ton for Portland In a special oar this morning At MavcrhJll ho stopped and was escorted to tho public square where ho spoko on National affairs twenty mlruiles Ilo also spoku at Dover II o congratulated his huarors upon belonging the Republican party bocauso of its Tho party Is reasonably good and Is on tlio way to become thoroughly absolutely good Tho remainder of tho address was in vindi cation of keeping Its promises by Re publican party floury Cabot Lodge was introduced and spoko a minutes Thrco choers were given for Reed Saiisfonrys Petty Attempts to Tor fflentail Irish Leader THE ARTHURAMDSULLIVAN PROFITS A ROPE AROUND HIS NJSCR The that Show Collaboration to Be a Fairly Profitable Occupation of the Jjabor Floods in News of Europe Sept San Francisco Cltronidc and Mrs William OBrion fincl lohn Dillon are unable to America bo foro October 1st They will sail on that1 date OBrJon told H fiorrospoiidcnt today that his American programme is not yetar ranged Dillon and OBrion will appear Satlicr at some meetings and singly at others Lord LnJisfoury who bankruptcy against created a sensation today by having his bail ill enter a firstclass railway where OBrien was with his1 wife and attempting to secure a writ ilomaridins Crom him A row was raised and railway men bounced thebailiff from tlio carriage be cause ho had only a thirdclass tickufc MITjLIONS IN COLTjABORATlON Tho EnormousReturns From Gilbert amiSullivans Operas LONDON Scpfc San Kntricisco The action begun by Gilbert affainathia former mana ger Doyly Carte ArlhuiSullivan to obtain the appointment of a receiver to determine his shafoof the takings during the run of the came up ftr a hearing today I Thecourtroom was crowded with expectant spectators They were repaid by startling revelations regard ing tho profits to be successful collaboration In this form of popular amusements Tlio affidavits road today In court showed that both Gilbert and Sullivan had received from Carte In during the past oievon Kiirthcr than this Gil berts riarriitud tho outside busi ness vontiirDs of Mr a largo required a invest ment and a largo number of other specula tions that have demanded almost unlimited resources Mr GilberL also declared that ho became seriously alarmed concerning the safety his money that be in Cartes hands and Cor that reason among others ho expedited tills action l Oartos counsel iiijirlo a semiluimororus spooch during which horidiculed Mr Gil bertvery much among ocher things that tho famous librettist was evi dcntiy as comio answering to affidavits as ho in composing operas Thlswhs the closest approach tofun the case produced ind it was well taken advantage of by tho audience for roars followed Thooaso was concluded after consider able testimony by Cnrto agreeing to pay to jilbert tho sum of morn Ing and presenting three weelcp to the complainant a fiill sfcatomeut ac ounts Gilbert won upon all points Treatment Given a Tenderfoot in Idaho BOISE CITY Idaho Sept Special to A young man named Philip Srnythe recently from New York came near passing in his checks from the end of a rope at tbe hands of lynchers ai Squaw Greek Butte near here on the 27th ill c It appears that one of the men working for the new ditch company near lost hundred dollars in some unaccountable way Suspicion fell on young Ho was held up at the point of a gun and searched but no money was found on him A rope was theu placed around his neck and an attempt made to force a confession Tie claimed that he knew nothing of the money On being released ho came to Boise City and put tho case into the hands of Dis trict Attorney Wilson The money has since boon found and the boys innocence established Warrants are out for tbe ar rest of the assailants who aie well known to Srnythe IEC MIZNER RAN AWAY THE AMERICAN MINISTER LIVES TO ITIGHT IAY ARnther Undignified Hftiilecl Up and Saluted the American Flag AVhiie tho Band Played The Kansas Platform TotEKA Sopt Kopublican State Convention this morning nominated S 0 Stover for Treasurer The pi at Conn favorsprotection as oxpoundod by Blainp demands a service pension a deepwater harbor on tho Gulf of Mexico endorses flarrlsorfs administration endorses pro hibition and stringent laws for its onorcoment and declares agalust tho alien ownership of land Prohibition Candidates Dna MOINBS Sept Prohibition Stateconvention hero today nominated tilio following ticket Secretary of State O K M In nd Muson City Auditor Ira Dorcas Tolmlo Treasurer J C Reed Keo kuk county Supremo Judge J K Turney Clork of the Supromo Court O Craw ford Hard in oou my Railway Commissioner ptilob Duly Haury county The Nevada Republicans CITV Sept Ro publlcaii SLalu Convention mot here this evening The platform adopted favors a the resources of Nevada free coinage restriction of immigration thorough revision of tho naturalixatiou law and Australian ballot THE SENATORS INDIGINTANT tho Kennedys Attack on Quay aincl Senate Is r Sfpt inclination exists amoug the llepublicaA Senators over Represeatatlve Kennedys the Senate as Whole and upon Quay in pwr tlcular yesterday Several consultations bur no plan of action was agreed Aprominent Senator said that a House Soruito pass a reWution calling tlie utton tho Tlonsu to tho Uinpafllaincntary and than leave It to tkoulwitn question as it saw fit But this notion depend upon the manner in which know ledge oi tho delivery of tho tho Senate do not appear in tp ConviffStonaL ftccorti tho icpouer fchattlioy aire withheld for revision i they rorue befoio the Senate tu tho or some otbcr authorafive Vny ft rcthlrig will ho done f jknew nothlncof tho dolivciry of tho until this nQoiiiiug and alter hla ar The Veriuont Returns WniTK KivBU JUNCTION Sept Two hundred and fourteen Page all others U8H hiajority for Pago The in 1SSS gave Dllllngham a ma jority of iVeavor Secures a Nomination DssMoiNKS Sept J B Weaver was nominated for Congress by tho Union Labor convention here today A OHIO AN DEAD ExGovernor Noycs Diops Dead on the Street OflSCiiWfATi E T Noyos Judge plthe SuperiorCourt deac shortly after11 bplook today at tho Courthouse been on tliobenqh but usjio wastoouiiwoll tOprocood furtber loft the bonon1 aiid was onhis wayto a stroot car when he suddenly fellbackward and The cause is osed to bo apoplexy Noyos at 17 jcais ojd Ho entonod the army heio in 1S01 as Major of Thirtyninth Ohio Infantry He was its Colonel oa July Ruffs Mills Jn a oUarjjo upon the enemys earthworks which holed lie loft aimy a biovet MaiorGonpral Slnoo the was he has served CJlty Solicitor of Cincinnati Pio JudJje of ilarailton county Governor of Ohio and TS as Minister toVianee under president Hayes yeai ho wat elected Jiulgb of tho Superior Court of Oinciuuatl Is Hopeful PARIS Sept Lafniorre Boulang st member of the Chamber of in an address to his constituents last night admiUbd that Boalangor held relations with tho Count Delaris and Prince Jerome Napoleon thanked the Duchess Tor spending francs to ad vance the BoulangoHntorests In an protested that tho alleged him weve Idle talcs Ha declaredthat he did not de spair of part inthe affairs of Franceor rovcnging himself upon his enemies IVhj Emin Joinedthe Germans Sept an interview with tho editor of a Swiss newspaper Stanleyre futed the various charges that EminPasha has made against He declared that a letter from WLssman Eniins gVatitudc toward and admiration for tbe English and weigh his chances on an exchange The illness resulting from his accident placed him in the power of Wiss man ami the latter related things about and distorting every thing until ho attained his end Mrs Tjeslies Fightms Marquis Dispatch San Francisco Jlarquis Do Louville this morning for Boiilogno ho himself is authority for the statement pone to France in order to fight a duel with the French corre spondent of a newspapers who called uporlhiinaud insultedhim The Marquis arrived at1 Boulognethis evening aud registered iat theiHotol Mariner Be declares that be to the death The Fl6tcl at PRACUK Sept of affairs here is rapidlybecoming1 The water rising and rushiug torrents impass able by boats whole blocks of houses into islands The Rosenberg the largest on the lakes on the SdVwarzcn berg estate has burstAlarm giius were fired Demand Day LivBiipooij Sept Trades Unions Congress today voted of having the working day hoursmade com pulsory by An to tlie eitect that the eightlionr clay ought to bo Voluntary andiie secured by such trades as desired 1 The Australian Strikes of non union dock laborers heiro Syd ney is increasing receive police protection AfrBrisbaue nhe strike blockade and steamers nianued with crows ire being freely dispatched Many docknaeu are at worlc f Free Kclircatioriiintl sV PierLtier has in formed the Assemblyof the Govern inputs intention to construct tbe contiuentto tlireo ycars with tho provide for free education jtlirough j duties andou income taxes GUATEMALA CITY Sept Dis Francisco Chronicle great deal of heroic coloring at first to tho Mizuors conduct when thfc assassiuatiou was attempted lut nowit appears that the United States Minister was not altogether as bold as his fric servants pictured Tho facts aro that when Barmnclias the death of her father went to the legation to kill Mizner sho forced her way to the private office keeping the servants at a distanceby threatening to shoot them They followed her into tho ollioo when she attempted shoot Mixnor He dodged iuitcr behind two servants Sho tried to shoot over their shoulders but he ranthrough the opon door aud took refuge water closet where he remained until had been disarmed and arrested by the police DONT MENTION IT WASHINGTON1 Sept telegram is received at the State De piirtmont from Minister Mizncr mala saying tho forces are disbanded and peace be formally de clared next week lie says nothing in re gard to the BarnIndia incident ortho re ported attacks upon himself KZETAS PROMPT APOLOGY NEW Yoric Sept Is from a Jotter dated Guatemala 17tli giving an account of the buttle in San Salvador Oasa Blanca on tho plaza clostroyecl and partly sacked and town sacked The yas mot by Minister Mixner who had at LaLibortad New York having hid behind bathtub for over house the Cousulato and the city were being sacked byExetas jnon of the United States Steam ship and flenianded that th a1 United Italics which hadbeen pulled down and dragged iu tho raised and saluted with presence of all tbo American residents a company of soldiers ami a band of music with tlio President and all his officers which was done imme diately upon the demand of Tho Consulate was restored to the United States Consul with a guarantee of ail official privileges AN UNGRATEFUL LOVER Another Day Taken Up by Personal Bickerings A SITTER TIRADE BY CUMMIK6S He1 Almscs Cannon tlic Speaker nnd Several Others but Is Finally foathors from 50 to 40 cent on ressfl ad valorem 130 rolatinff to precious stonos was nmeiidid by iddinu the words imi unions of precious atones not sot 10 per Paragrapli relating tn was ovtT This closed Ino dutiable with the excep tion of the schciJuk of had boon passed over infornuilly without notion back to pnrsjjrsiph ftlatins to plush velvets of Aldrich to add to it i proviso noun of tho aruclos in that paragraph should nay less than 40 per cent ad Aureed Parainiph o rclaunsr to cotton not wnsHiiiojHied by the lastline read cents PIT square yard Ar PIT cent fid After a brief executive Bossion the Senate ad journeci Progress With the Turiil Bill Cooper VTas Absent WASHINGTON Sept special House i Committee investigating the charges against AlatedThc Senate Makes Sapid onsion Commissioner Ruum met this morn ing Cooper who brings the charges was not present io testify and the committee issued a subpoaaa for him to appear Mon day In response to the representations of cat tlemen in the Indian Territory the Presi dent has agreed upon the receipt of a writ ten guarantee that half of the cattle will be removed by November 1st that lie ox tend the time for the removal of the re mainder to December 1st WASHINGTON Sept the House Cummings rising to a question of privilege protested against his blacklist ing by the famous Cannon resolution The gentleman who offered the resolution made unjust imputations and in making these imputations falsified the record and blacklisted himself lie then proceeded to make an attack upon Cannon comparing him to Tinnville of the French revolution fie then proceeded to arraign the Speaker and the majority of the Committee on Rules Cummings was frequently Interrupted with the point of that ho was riot confining himself to a question of personal privilege Cummings proceeded with his arraignment of the Speaker but after fre quent interruption asked unanimous con sent to print the remainder of his remarks iu the Consent was refused by Kerr and Dunnell Cumiuings then pro mrt i cecdccl with his speech and at the end of an hour was stopped by the gavel of the speaker pro tew Burrows Bland made the point that in speak ing to a question of privilege the gentleman was not governed by the hour rule Tho Speaker pro tem overruled the point Eland appealed and Cannon moved to lay the ap peal on thetable aiid on this motion de manded the previous question but Bland protested that he was entitled to thefloor Amid applause on the Democratic side the Speaker pro Lcm recognized Blands right to the HOOL Bland yielded to Cummings and notwithstanding protest from Kerr the Speaker pro tem recognized the gentleman from New York who proceeded with his speech Ho was called to order by the Speaker pro tem as not speaking to the point of order may be muzzled tempo rarily but machinery of the House cannot muzzle mo eternally After further debate the appeal was with drawn and Cannon said so far as Cummings hadreferredto him lie would say that it was tbe delight of some persons on the other side to impato falsehood against members on his Cannons side When he made a statement of fact it was justified by the record Sometimes lie thought the censure ofthe gentleman from New York was praise apd his praise really censure Laeey Iowa then called up the Breckin ridge election case the previous question to be called at 1 oclock tomorrow made an earnest attack on Powell1 The case went over The Senate bill was the Secretaryof the Interior tosurvey the seven til standard parallel the Spates of Northand South The House then adjourned HE INVESTS HIS SWEETHEARTS IN UTAH i y His Speculations Make Him a liich Man anicl Ho Refuses to lie turn the Money or Marry tlie Girl PROVIDENCE K Sept Francisco Chronicle George Garnet of Pullman insti tuted proceedings here against Horace BV Medbury of this city to recover1 Garnets sister Louise loaned to Medbury about two ago Louise is a pretty girl bf less than 21 years old and in July 1SSSJ she met Medbury a watering place resort of ealchwere at the hotelfor the summer courtship extended into winter when Modbury made known his desire wholesale hardware business in tbiat place It is also alleged that at this time engaged to Miss Garnet and fixed to take place ina few months He was given a loan of the now claimedby Garnet on behalf of sister Louise Medbury He made a written con tract at the time with Miss Garnet ap prised the family of the arrangement of remaining inChicagb however1he1 wont to Western Iowa and opened I a He in Ogderi Utahi which sincehas paid him a handsome made him a wealthy In one of the Providence banks he pn deiposit and this has1 been attached by the fair is said is witling to forgive and forget Med bury who is still TV bachelor willconsent to marry Otherwise she contends that he he miist pay back her capital with interest l POWDEKLY A JONAH Severe Strictures onjthe Knights Ex i Board Sepli of Laboi last nightlaid on the table a asldns for from the unions represented iuthe Federation for Yorkjbciitral JRailroad mem bers of thq Feelernjtlon who spoke they jpoalvpr the money would1 bo trapsm but had no con fidehce inVtlie of theKnights of did believe money delegate said thatPpwderlyJ oftlio Knights of hope j iiext convention aud tb at would vcast Laboii wpuld One Jonah THIS INSTITUTION DEDICATED WITH APPKOPltlATE MONIES President SlcCornick Presides and Many Distinguished Guests Deliver Krigiit Prospects of the College Waiminaker Selis a Business Sept 4 rThe of tho wliolosalo carpet conducted by Johu Wanamaker Market street near Twelftih toBpyd jpnrtrmfed today Wanamakers Kitiss annual business at this houae was esti caated at bull Floods Sept caused by Hood in the southoi nv pare Vof Crops ai cspoilod and LaKo Constance is it bhs been 1770 Th o as that ai med Ai frontier f i om PorsUi to cuted brethren in Tai v Att yjyiENNii SepVi overflowed have been laid Senate WASHINGTON Sept In the Senate the Tariff Transfer bill was taken up under an agreement limiting tlie discussion on each subject to five minutes foreach Senator Gibson withdrew tho amendment offered by him Tuesday to the schedule a mistake having been in it and offered another amendment striking out that schedule and substituting for it the sugar provisions of the Mills bill Butler presented a communication from the State Department showing the relative goods by Great Brit ain and the United States lie thought tho information might bo valuable in view of tho reciprocal propositions It showed how absolutely Great Britain had control of the market in South arid Central America Asia and Africa the value of cotton goods ex ported into those countries Britain last year against from the United States Tie therefore asked the paper printed in the record So ordered presiding announced that general debate on the Tariff losed with the exception of the day when the final vote should be taken and when three hours time was to be allowed to each side The sugar schedule was laid aside inform ally and the schedule relating to cotton manufactures was taken up Amendments to reduce theratesin various paragraphs of the schedule were1 offered by McPlierson and uniformly rejected without a yea and nay vote amendments were agreed McPhersonmoved the para graph relating to elastic stockings and hose and substitute one making the rate of duty 40 per cent aiIixtforcm yeas 20 nays Paddock and Plumb voted with the the affirma tive Neither norManderson voted the paragraphs in the cotton schedule was relating to flax bemp jute and their manufactures The Committee had reported an amendment re ducing the rate on flax not dressed centsa to 820 this amehd demanded the yeas and nays The committee amendment were agreed to 32 to U All the Democrats voted yea Negative votes were given by Allen Cameron Casey Davis Dolph Higcins Pierce Sher man AVasnburn arid AVilsoo The next that of the Finance Com mittee to rqduee the duty pn J cents a pound to StO a ton was 53 nays 1G The Demo crats all Voted and the following Republicans against it Allen Cameron Casey Davis Biggins Mitchell Pierce Quay Stock amendment to reduce ihe duty on flaxor hemp tow from to BlO was agreed to Tluv duty on yiirn made qfjulii from cent arid stnkiug out words was rate reduced to 23 percent on Carlisle hi Hie next caiitsnor LOGAN Utah Sept to dedicatory exercises of the Agricultural College which occurred hero today were most successful The audito rium of the college was Tilled to overflowing The wore carried out as adver tised the impromptu speeches were those of Hon Moses Thatcher Lawyer Snel ling K W Sloan Rev Green C 0 Good win James A Laugton Superintendent of Cache county schools Dr Tanner Presi dent of Brighain Young College of Logan and Junius AVells of Salt Lake City C Congratulatory telegrams were received from Hon John T Caine from Washington and from Antono Lund The former an nounced the appropriation of to the college by Congress for last year with an increase of until the sum reaches yearly After inspecting the library apparatus and workshops of the college the speakers and invited guests proceeded to the Logan House where an ellegant dinner Hon W S McCoriiick of Lake City the president of the Board ofTrustees pro sided most happily while Professor J W Sanborn president of the college opened the addresses with apresentation of the history of the foundation and growth oi the college The college opens with very cheering pros pects It is to solve its difficulties regard ing board by the erection of a large fine modern boardinghouso on the grounds of the college The Agricultural College of Utah is to become ourgreat educational insti tutions SHOCKING BARBARITY TEBPIHP Itnnfriu Bonncrs Trotter Goes the Quarter at a BUT IS UNABLE TO LOWER KER RECORD Tbe Gallant Maro Makes an Unfor tunate Break Alto Also Vindicates Herself Sees Go tho Wrong to1 TheBUise Rapid a con tract f or poles and bousejk in Moyer LXJ v i X vThejIBoard dm titiraps Herijf hawVof st leave moved1 Jiu biuding it Voorhees moved tostrike paragraph 349 so A HalfAVitted Child Beaten and Tor tured by His Parents LKXINOTON Sept Dis Francisco Chronicle Word comes from Walkers a small hamlet situated between this place and Wellsvillo of a case of barbarous cruelty which oc curred there a day or two ago Elias Class lives there and works in tho sewer pipe works at that place His wife works in tho glass factory in this city Both are absent from borne through the day and the house Is left in the care of their young children The youngest child is about one year old and the oldest is a balfwitted boy about 14 years old While tbe parents were as usual the baby became fearful and its cries so enraged the boy thathe lifted its skirts and placed tho little one on a hot stove and held it there until it was burned in a horri ble manner When tbe mother returned borne in the evening and beard from tbe other children what hadhappened she bared the boys back and with a stout strap on the end of was a buckle beat him until bis back was covered aud braises Later when the father returned borne aud was informed of what had occurred he stripped the boys legs lid from the stove and applied it to the bare limbs of the boy in several places searing him terribly at every touch Tbe township authorities bearing of tbe affair had tbe parents arrested Sept thousand persons were present at Bolmont Park to day to witness the attempt or tbo stallion Palo Alto and the mare Sunol to lower their records Neither stallion nor marti succeeded the mare making tho milo in an unfortunate break marring her performance und Palo Alto trotting tho dis tance in Tho trotter Alfrerf in a with Maggie made tho milo to wiiffon in comingwithin half a sec ond of Hopefuls record of The racing commenced with tho match race best two in three between Alfred S aud Maggie tbe former being to wagon aud tho latter to harness Tho first heat was won by Alfred S in Magglo B broke badly near the iirst In the second beat and Alfred S won the heat in and tho race Then Sunols trial race against time was called After scoring once the word was given and tho fast mard began her race She mado tho quarter in seconds and maintained her speed until near the half uiile post when she loft her foot Sbo set tied down again when sho passed tho half mile post and trotted the last half milo without a skip She was joined by a run ning horse at tho half milo which seemed to help her aloug She made tho half milo threequarters in and tho mile in Within a fow yards of tho wire Marvin used his whip lightly on Sunols shoulders and urged her to Go along go and she evidently did her best After alighting from tho sulky Marvin approached the ludges stand and said that ho would not give tho mare another trial Although he did not say so sho was appar rontly somewhat tired A floral collar was placed around Sunola shapely neck aud she was led back to her stall amid the plaudits of the assemblage Tbe stallion Palo Alto was brought upon the track After scoring three times tho word was given to go A running horse joined him at tho start and ahead of him to tho linish Ho made tho mile in within a quarter of a second of his record without a skip The quarter was made in the half iu three quarters in aud the mile in Marvin declined to give him another Palo Alto was also with a floral collar Marvin said the track was a trifio heavy to his disadvatage Marvin also said that ho had calculated to make the half mile with Sunol in which ho would hava done but for her uiifortunate break The opinion was expressed by perts present that the Jiiaro was driven off her that had sho boeii heldto a little slower tlineon tho first half she would have done the mile or better Many thought also that Palo Al bo should have been given another trial Fred Bonner said today that his father had almost decided to leave Sunol in Marv ins charge for another year The pros ent contract calls for the delivery of tbe mare to Bonner in November naxt If Marvin retains charge of her she will be taken back to California this winter AT SHKEPSfiEAD BAY COST HIM HIS LIFE Flrenzis Glorious Bookmakers Tap Vaiirlerbilt NEW YORK Sept Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series jTho three great racing millionaires of California were pitted against each other yesterday at Sheepshead Bay in the Twin City handi cap mile and a quarter Haggin was repre sented by Fironzt Hearsts colors were car ried by Tournament to second place and Baldwins Los Angelestried to get there but didnt Haggin sent In Firenzl as a sort er vindication of hex defeat days In the Labor Day stakes She picked up 128 pounds nine pounds more than tho next lower impost aud carried it to glorious vic tory in magnificent time peerless mare has vindicated herself splendidly Garrison piloted her to victory ridiug with great judgment and skll fp much so that ho was tired receiving congratulations William K Vanderbllt who sauntered about unpretentiously saw of his racetrack profits gobbled up by the mistake of his steward but as the trackpays be twaen 30 and 40 per cent on the investment The Disastrous Results of a Refusal j he was probably not much to Pay a Dressmaker CHICAGO Sept San Francisco Chronicle Amelia Collins widow of millionaire Thomas F Collins did nob appear in Jus tice Priiidevilles court this morning to prosecute Mrs M A Pen field and her daughter for larceny and they werM sec at liberty of with its the death1 of Mr Col lins is a singular one The mother and daughter were cagased to do by Mrs Amelia 4210 luduivia ave nue Tbe lady agreed to work for day was to receive Col lins found fault with tbe dressmakers work anci refused to make a settlementsat isfactory to the latter Mrs Pen field called at the Collins resi dence during Mrs Cpllinss absence aud asked the old gentleman for the moueydue her Collins refused payment and at tempted to eject the pair from his house The top much fpr the invalid millionaire and when Mrs Pcufield seized an overcoat from the batiack be called for the Mr Col dead uponf his threshhold of heart disease T be the followed MrCollins was a prominent Colorado mine owner Bwings of the New York Central Bfiad Vsays is effeiitually raised aiid everythi smoothly the Mplrai w k an d 31 River The arid who are bccupyJ ng second third O pJaced free housesih a vcbeeii notified to within Mras afternoon aj of a came about in the fifth race where Sam 1 Wood Vivid Heydey and Brown Puke entered The judges announcedVfvid the winner with Sam Wood second In moments the stewards learned that Vivida jockey weighed 3 pounds more came in after the race than when he waa weighed out at once disqualified Vivid and gave the race Sam Wood The bookmakers had began paying off on Sam Wood when there was another shifting about of the numbers and Vivid first place again a big howlin the ring and the bookmakers sent v the association return the money they paid Sam Wood They were told that this would be done and the bookmakers paid off under the last decision A low estimate of the Sara money elation will have to return is the decision hadbeen delayed longer it would have run up YESTBHDAYS SHKEPSnEAD BAY Sept aboutthreequar ters of a Onier worii Wood second Bettie Prather twoyearolds seven hadva galloping over the course for the Reapers stakes threeyearolds imile and won Miss Belle 25 Average stakes and Time ;

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Publication: Salt Lake Tribune

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah

Issue Date: September 5, 1890

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