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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING rTH AT O r CITY GOMBIKED TOL SALT LAKS CITY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBEB 10 1890 ANYTHING TO WORRY RAUM Cooper Thinks the Refrigerator Should Be RUJDE FOR INDIA THE COMMITTEE POTS HIM QH ICE Official Acts Are Shown to Bo Suspicion But the Vin dictive Congressmen Is Nofi Sat isfied MeCook Ordered to Los Notes WAsniisfOTON Sopt Pension Commissioner Churles T Lincoln WHS to day before tho RiUJfu Investigation Com mltfcco lie testified that tho completed flics system recommended by Lemon did not commend Itself toJils judgment Claimants without attorneys vroro placed at a disad vantage by H Vrobably Joss than 5 per cent of tho original datniantH wore without attorneys An attorney might secure con siderable advantage In time of adjudication by certifying claims uomplete when they were not so Witness did riot think any par ticular ultocnoy had by the order The Washington attorneys as a whole nihhfc have boon benefited for a time because or their location Ho did not believe tho slightest degree of partiality or favoritism had bnen shown by an oHIyor or employee of the Pension Human toward any attorney The order had given more satisfaction to at largo than tho original plan and had considerably expe dited miHlnoss although some injustice was worked perhaps toward claimants without IT a mechanical engineer started in to ttoll how ho met In Memphis so ventl years ago Frank A Hinlth who lie had boon told was tho patentee of tho Uni versal rofrlgurator Commissioner Itaum objected to this lino of inquiry Cooper insisted lie would prove by witness that Smith was working on thi oltlxons of Memphis trying to croato a corporation as had boon donehero that the citl of MornphM Invested and tho patento decamped just as ho had done in California afterwards that ho next oarno to tho pen sion office as tho best place to work and or gan Ixed a scheme with tho aid of tho head of tho bureau that was a fraud Commissioner Uaiun Interrupted to say that Cooper took his refrigerator charges from certain newspaper articles Tho men that wrote these articles know that they wero HOH and Cooper today knew thoy wore false Ho had nut proven hischarges and now sought to throw out a drug not to bring In other tilings to break down ontor prison In which ho was Infcerostod ffo did not propose to have his private business imbjeolcd to Investigation unless tho voted it argued for full and fair Investiga tion If tho refrigerators woro Impractica ble and worthless the country oughtto know it because ho he Moved that an officer of tho Uriltecl should nof usahls offic ial position to boost any worthless enter prise In answer to a question Cooper said that did notlcnow ho could prove that Gen eral Kau m know the Invention to bo a fraud bnt ho could pnwo that ho ought to know It After further discussion tho matter Wont over and Srnysor was recalled Cooper asked he had not told Lewis a rncimbor of tho committee that had ho money InterestIn tho stock replied that ho told Lewis that while stock waa entered In his name ho did not own all of It nut represented goatlomon In Ohio Tills brought Lowls to his foot and there was a wordywar between himself and Smy sor for some time Lewis finally admitted that ho might have misunderstood him Adjourned MCOOK OIIDKHBI TO ANCIMOIS Brigadier General Alexander Mcl Mc Cook bus been ordered to proceed from Fort Loavortworth Kansas to Los Angolos and assume command of the Department of Arizona etc A BOARD In accordance with a clause In thlv last Fortifications bill tho President has ap pointed a board consisting of Colonel George 11 Moncioll Corps of Fnginoorar Colonel IToriry W Closson Fourth Artillery and Colonel A II Unftlngton of thoOrdnance Department with Major Dutton Ordnance Department as secretary to Inquire the facilities for producing stool lorsrlngs for highpower guns at or nouv tiio 1aclflo coast and Inspect tho Rook Island ursonul tho Indianapolis arsenal and also some point on or near tho gulf coast and re port on tho advisability of erecting gun factories for finishing and assembling high powor guns to bo mounted In fortifications at the Uonoola arsenal In California or at the liook Island arsenal tho Indianapolis arsenal or at nomo point on or near tho Gulf coast The board will also examine and report as to tho cost of erection and equip ment of each such gun factory Tho first meeting of tho board will bo hold ut Now York about tho 15th Inst OONPIKMATIONS T P Hawloy Unltort States District Judge of Nevada TphnW Koss GannvUssloncr of tho District ofCohunbhu I1 T Field of Santa MurSa I The Natives Will Secure It When They Realize Their Strength CHICAGO Sept San Francisco Chronicle Home Rule movement In John M Black well a resident of Calcutta remarked this rooming is ao far as outward demonstra tion is concerned unworthy of notice if It is noticeable at all but to the In terested observer there is discernible be neath the surface a growing discontent with the existing order of things and a de sire for tho privilege and right of self government and as tho march of education continues this discontent and desire ad vance with equal pace Tho rule of England is perhaps as benignant and satisfactory as that of any other foreign government would bo but it is the face that tho government is foreign that chafes Discussions are to be hoard iu tho homes of tbo natives by anyone who takes the pains to listen There is nothing concealed about thorn as If those participating wero either ashamed or afraid of giving venfto their views in public thoy simply do not really know their power and look upon tho achievement of so great an object as self government as beyond the power of their grasp As tlrno goes on however the mtitterings of the storrn will Increase until at last it will burst forth with all the impetuosity of 11 powerful and wclldiroctcd movement T dont anticipate any civil war or any vio lence isimpiy a legitirnato agitation fol lowed by un exhibition of strength and thnn a demand and that demand will1 not bo refused Wbun home rule shall have boon obtained separation will follow but of that it Is too early to PROHIBITIOH A FAILURE Bemoerats and Whisky Repnblicaas Fraternize for High license KANSAS REPUBLICANS LED ASTRAY Minnesota Democrats Con gress and Send a Greeting to Cleve Game of the Idaho Mor Maine Victory THE DUAL SITE SELECTED JACKSON FAKK AND LAKE craosicN FRONT Tho Worlds Fair Directors Como to a Final McDon uUl Spoakw for tho Cullfornlsuis OntOAfiO Sopfc directors of tbo Worlds Fair ut a mooting this afternoon their cliolcn of sorno months ago selected tho dual site of fiho Lake Front and Jackson Park as tho place for tho loca tion of tho great oxposition Tiio Lake Front is a long grasscovorod common on tho odgo of Lake Michigan and bordering on tho business contur of Chicago It con ut prosont alxui 1 ninety acres Tt Is tho design to place thereon tho grand on tranco to tho oxposition and buildings for firio arts nnd kindred displays Jackson Park Is also on tho Lake Shore about five miles from llui courthouse and is to havo Mio agricultural livo atrxjk and other exhibits of that nature besides others of general interest Four hundred ucrcfi JITO available in Jackson Park and the ap proaches thereto which were recently added to tender The two silos to be soconnected by uiul water that but few minutes will be spent In passing from one locality to another The final and decisive ballot on the site question resulted Lnko Front and Jackson Park 2o North Side 4 West 8 Tho choice of the dual site was then nado unanimous No action was takenrogarfling the ap pointment of directorgeneral commit too of three was nurnerl to confer with tho Soorotary cf tho proposed filling in of a portion of Chicago harbor 011 tho lake front WHAT CALIFORNIA WANTS CHICAGO Sopt Mark L Mc Donald of California Coramiasionorat Largo upon tho Worlds Fair Commission arrived at Chicago last night to attend tho second meeting of tho Worlds Columbian Commission as also the meetings of tho committeo on permanent organization of which Lie Is a mornbor To an Associated Press McDonald said to night that in so far as tho Pacific Coast was interested In Worlds Fair matters the people aro enthusiastic and uro very anxious concerning tho slto question for tho fair That thoy aro emphatic iu the opinion that Uio site for the fair should not bo divided but that tho exposition should bo kept together and that California demands that they havo tho privilege of exhibiting all hor products in a single space to bo allotted for California exhibits Colonel McDonald after his conferences today is much encouraged and believes California will obtain all she desires and If such proves not tho case it will not bo for any lack upou his part CANADA AND THE CHINESE INSULTED THE STATiSAND BARS A Reflection on tho ConlbdexAte Flag Cawacs n Virginians Death NOKFOLK Sopt Francisco Chronicle death R P Wheeler hero on Saturday night was indirectly duo tba resolution of fered by him tit tho Grand AVmy convention at Petersburg last spring reflecting onthe Confederate Hap Up to thai time he was doing a good business and was very popular with tho people of Norfolk The resolution iio offered was in tho shape of a petition to Congress to stop tho nuuiufacturo of tho Confederate flag which Whoolor termed a His action aroused the people here aud affectedWhtelors business to such an extent that after siouve weeks he publicly denied being responsible for Ho even went sofar as to ap poav in n pnrado attho heaijof ment of Grand at the time of a Confederate colcbrntloti It was subseauohtly ho was the author of tho and thfn the fepWng against him became Intensi Tied His business continued go down and he soughfcrollof in drink To Is attributed his death was an oxUnion soldier and a native ofNoW Yorlc To Gerrjunanrtcr i i JACKSON the consfcltu convention today a most ungdntus scheme devised to seouro whJto supremacy State was of tho convention Galhoun and to coram 1 The scheme dirides Statp xofn ees ao K hi a n duted th at wh Ite will absolutely control pi Tho Doininiou Parliament Cannot Liejjislato on the Subject OTTAWA Sept deputation represent ing tbo Dominion Trade Congress called on Sir John MaoDonalcl today aud urged the government to place further restriction upon tho Importation of Chluese even to tho extent of hot allowing thorn to enter and asked that It bo made illegal to otaploy Chinese in mines Sir John in reply said that there was no immigrants wore hotter and more to bo preferred than the Chinese but the Canadian Parliament could not pass a Chinese exclusion act for the Imperial authorities would have their say in tho matter In his opinion tho prohibition of Chinese immigration would bo a mistake If tho Unltod States per sisted in its present policy tho Chinese Government might retaliate against them and that won Id bo to tho advantage of the Dominion In reference totho request of thodeputation that theChinesebo pro hibited from working mines ho asked bow conic tho Chinese to work at one laboriaud excluded from another He reiiuestodi the deputation to make u general statement which ho would lay bofore Parliament Iictter to Pitts PANAMA Sept TRIBUNE Chronicle follow ing is Minister Miznors lottor to Captain Pitts of the Pacific mail steamer in regard to tho Bairu nd las ease LBOATiojf AUR 27th ship is within ono of Guatemalan territory oryoii have aboard General BarnindU it vourduty umlur flic laws of mitious to him i to tho Guatcmuluti authorities upon dcttjaud nllcpations boon Hiudpto snid Barrundiu is hos nn to this Gujuauloes hivyn been madato rao by this Government that h3 life shaU not bo endangered uorjiny other punLshmeut hi dieted upon him than for causes stntedviu tho lettcr of Seorotary Augiuauo to ConsulGeneral ilosraer dated yesterday cihartqring steamers o railways extericu of l Marriage in Orleans Sept Dis isco Chronicle wedding took at tbo Cathedral this even Pathor theYicaT of thls diocese officiated Loa married Misa Nooinio Boulderiohe and 1 WingMtss Katie Ly noli Both iirO young rpllgioii pre ho mamnge The oatheUrsil i with lookarsW arid so Vwas ibhe rgixen V al tho tp WICHITA Sopt Domocratlc ancl ResubmlssioDi State Conventions met today Theresubmissibnist party consists of a faction of the Kepublieari party which opposes prohibition favors hiKh license and is strivingtpobtain through thoLeglslaturo a resubmission of tbe prohibitory amend montto of the people To attain these ends thoy fprnied a separate party and fused with the Democrats Both conven tions met at the same hour in different halls The Democratic Oonveritlon elected John S Sheridan of Paola temporary chairman and u recess was taken During the recess a subcomfnitboo conferred with ono fronr Kesubmissionists on resolutions and re ported a platform to tho full committee On reassembling Conven tion inatlo the temporary organization per manent and adopted a platform It declares opposition to pafcornnlism in Goveniment State andNational affairs deplores bho tendonoy manifested by the preacherpoliticians who pose as loaders of the Kopublican party in the Sfcute to mako religious belief a test of eligibility preferment declares the FederalElection bill the legitimate oIT spring of thoi party which filched tho Presi dency favors a tariir based upon tho pub lic necessities ofsilver lib oral pension laws expresses sympathy with labor in Its sfcrusgJo withthe money powor whether in tlio factory or on the farm op poses sumptuary legislation and demands tho early rcisubmissioii ofthe prohibitory amendment believing prohibition has brought upon the people of the State incal culable evils and declares emphatically in favor of high license and local option Another tho people of Kansas to repudiate Senator higalls the man who denounced reformhi polities xs a declared that tho Dctoalogne has no place in politics and expresses a belief that of money and tho of hired Hessians in campaigns is Thoro woro two candidates for Governor oxGovernor Charles Robinson a rosubmis slonist and exGovernor Glick the only Democratic elected in the State When with the rosubruisslonists1 became evident Glide withdrew and Eqbinson was nom inated by acclamation He was tho first Governor after the admission of Kansas to the Union In 882 ho ran for Goveinpr on the Greenback fciokot and this year was ono of the leaders Iu forming the Resubmission Republican party Theticket was completed as follows BantaPf Great Bend Tceasuror rtibruas Kirbyof Abilene Auditor Joseph Kearney county Publlo Instructiou Wood of Atidcrsohcounty Chief Justice of tho Supreme Geary county THE REBUBMISSIONIST8 The Republican Rcsivbmission Conven tion selected D A Banfca of Great Bend temporary the organization was soon after rnado pevmanont A bout 300 delegates wero Tho Resolutions Committeereporteda platform pledging loyalty to the principles National Re publican favoring reciprocity de manding freecoinage of such modification of the tariff as will give equal protection tofarmers and manufacturers equal bankrupt lows and liberal pension laws On the question of prohibition the plat form says We arraign the party mana gers in this State as disloyal to tho princi pals totho interests of tbe party We charge that they have put the party Kansas out of har mony with the National Republican party aud thereby absolved us from all obligations to longer acknowledge thonleadorship Luredby se ductive wiles of impractical visionaries they havo committedthe party to extravagance and follies which unless promptly checked will bankruptand depopulate the State These things impel us to adopt the only method which promises success to ignore party linos as to for the time and to unite witlrsuch of our follow citizens of the State as share6vir convictions with out regard to party for of cor recting the follies intowhich we havo been thus preserve tho good name and insure the future prosperity of the State We are opposed to prohibition Ten years clenipnstrated Its total1 in euTclency as a temperance measure It is a revival of an obsolete form of patornal government and entirely opposed to tho genius and spirit of tho age If Is at enmity with the fundamental principles of our civilization and destroys that inalienable right of the citizen to determinefor himself what method will preserve his own hap piness without interference with the rights of others which principle is the basis ofour liberties our Institutions It is uuAmetioah and undemocratic and not in harmony with the pur poses and spirit our and tho oxistonpo tho prohibitory law is a perpetual1 menace to the material1 interests of the burdens us with us of all control of the liquortraflio drives away prevents iuakes tho build of largo citieswithin the State perjury does uofc lesson crinio or pauporism does uot affect tho jails penitentiiiries lunatic asylums or that pablio measure inthe of an en lightened pob absolutely we dernandr question to the people at as i The plan of fusion provided for the nam ing of by tho theremainder of This plan being cdrriod 011 journed had concluded their i party upon tho recent concession to the Democratic policy involved In the advocacy by certain leaders of reciprocity denounces the Mclvinley bill believes in the elevation of labor extends cordial greetings u Grover Cleveland assuring him of universal regard of the people favors free binding twine practical temperancelaws exactjustice in laws governing common carriers and public Warehouses endorses liberal pensions but cenaures wastefulness iii that regard the nominees for Governor was S M Owen of Minneapolis who is tho candi date of the Farmers Alliance A letter was received from him saying tbat he was the candidate of a party fighting for princi ples HOD for office and he could not allow himself to bebrought bofore the Democratic The lirsc ballot resulted Thomas Wilson of WInona 36S Dr A A Minneapolis 104 Buck Owen Du rant and Kelly one each Wilsons nomi nation was made nrianinious E G Pahl of Brown county for Lieulen antGovernor and arecess was then taken At the evening session the ticket was completed as follows Secretary of State A D Liudholm Sullwater Diremau Olmsteil county Treasurer I Charles M Foote Minneapolis Attorney General DavidT Calhoun St Cloud Clerk of Supreme Court T P OHare Traverse county A NATIONAL VICTORY A Bitter Eacc ConHict Breaks in Tennessee WICKED MBS MGINTY ON TRIAL Au Inhuman Parent Suffocates Hi Colorado Murder and Wa Fakirs Plead Criminal Record SpeafcexReeds Endorsenient of More Than Local Significance PORTLAND Sept FranciscoChronicle Reed has won a glorious j victory The figures havo been received from every town in his district except some sniall ones which cannot be reachedby wire but which can not change tho result Theyshow aplural ilyof 4515 nearer four as tbo district ever gave before I excepting the Comparing the that year he has nearly twice as much but this is hardly fair for 1S8S was 1 a Presidential year an unusually Iwavy wasfciirpwn and tho Democratic candidate was thor oughly unpopular ThoSpeakers victory re markable and it speaks volumes It was won in an olV year The Democratic candidate was selected for his strength and his own ranks 11 was tho only part of the State where the opposition rnadflany show of a contest all this Speaker Reed has rolled up a majority thai will cheer tho heart of every throughout the land Hero in his own city among his neighbors and fellow citizens bo has a plurality of ISM nearly throe tames1 greater than over bofore done this in the city where his opponent where tho latter was expected to bo First of all it is a National victory to bo proud of The tioiitest was National issues alone and tho fcrand record made by the House of uhdpiv the now order of so ably and courageously championed bySpeaker It was a loudspoken approval of tho Re pviblioan Tariff bill Federal election bill and all other measures of Republican legis lation in Again magnificont parsonaj testi nionial to the Speaker Many i Democrats votedfor him be lieved in the wisdom 6t hisruiiags in the House waiiiiM a man of brains aiid courage aiidXiV man In many other Dompcjcatsof the sanj but party alicgianco it was difficult to break the tell ing speeches inside Reedsbehalf by his colleagues in be for Congressmen Mason Heridorson andGrcenhalge have all presented the day in vincing light Ilhas been a campaign of i education and the in such cases have been the It has been an Speaker stood on his ability and his and the this accountis always a gratification to his friends is of immensely i pleased At hishouse last he receiving tho returns with evident tion Wheii asked what be had tp say on tbe he said I confess to have felt i deep solicitude as to the result In the dis fcrict So sreab a plurality was given mo last election owing causes which our own people will well that any almost result waslia ble to a misunderstanding Then oft year men do not come put on the majority side and the short very shovfc hiVye had could not have reached them in the regular way To have such a year so largo a plurality is something vwhich has more than a personal significance There have been cast for me many Demo cratic JACKSON Sept Dis Francisco Chronicle war has broken out in tho Sixteenth district of this county which may load to bloodshed The negroes for some timo have boon cutting the wire fences around tho pasture of J R Young a planter Youug threatened them and about two weeks ago four of tho negroes drew their puns on him Young had them arrested and they were placed under bonds Lastnigbt a raob o nearly fifty negroes at a lato hour went to the residence of Young and iired forty to fifty shots into the h6uso Believing they bad killed tho family thoy began shooting tho hogs and cattle It is learned that Young has secured a posse of friouds that if they meet resistance they are goin to exterminate the negroes from tho com munity Serious trouble is feared AN INHUMAN PARENT He Suffocates His Children to Keep Them Out of Mischief DENVER Sept The News special from El Paso Tex News reached hero last night of a horrible accident occurred ten miles below Paso Del Nortc Mexico Sunday last An Indian living some miles down tho river left homo on business Sat urday evening bub bofore leaving he put his two children a girl and a boy between years old in a largejbox down the Jicl to prevent the children from getting into the orchard and eating fruit during his absence The father did nob re turn home until Sunday evening and on opening the box he found the boy lying deadin thebottom and the little girl in a dying The suffocating closeness prison combined withhunger and thirst done its work Frightened tbvorhis brutal carelessness the father exonerate himself by concoct ing several inconsistent stories but was quickly arrested bythe authorities It was the intention of the Indian to return to the children Saturday night but he was de layed WICKEJ MRS McGINTY She Offered for the Murder of A Banker Sopt Francisco Chronicle Sarab McCiuty was put on trial bero this afternoon charged with fabliciting Kissinger to murder iBanlcer Folta Kissinger was the only wit ness called today He said tbatlast May a letter from Mrs McGinty asking him to call on her on important biis inossL He did so when she offered him if up would murder tbe president of First National Bank She would not givetbe name of tbe principal but said a friend ofbors wanted it done Kissinger bad several meetings with her ho being accompanied tbo last time by a who was introduced as his The woman again offered 81500 at the samo time cautioning them to mur banker after night and then rob order to avoid suspicion of any other case will continuotomorrow is still obdurate and refuses to betray her Wealthy During a trial in a Magistrates court last evening John Hiller shot and killod Con stable AJlen killed George Barmiraever Both the victims wero broth of the murderer and tho litiga tion was over tbo division of an estate Gun Vva Fakirs Plead Guilty MILWAUKEE Sep Gun Wa tho ignorant coolio who traveled tor a patent medicine firm as a Kreat Oriental physician pleaded guilty today to the charge of con spirzicy to defraud Tho two white men who nianased tho place did tho same to the grout surprise of every one as a bitter fight was anticipated Sentence was reserved Francis Murphy Married ROCK ISLAND la Sept Francis Murphy tho wollknown temperance orator was married this evening to Mrs Rebecca Fisher of Council Bluffs la FIVE CENTS IS FffML TOUCHES The Senate Readies a Rial We on Tariff Vi laiiu yJiii THE RECIPROCITY AMESBMEHT BILL AN A SPECTACLE Decayed Remains of a Suicide Found iii a Tree DENVER Sopt News special from El Ptiso Texas A stockman from Fort Hancock this afternoon states that yester day evening tho body of a young man was found hansinjr to a tree ou the bank of the old Slo Grande bed near Fort Hancock Tho eyeballs of the dead man had rolled from their sockets dried up and burstecl The tongue Uso hung out dried and parched Tho head had fallen from the trunk and lodged upon the shoulder His feet touched the sround sufficient to cause a slight bending of tho knees Tho body was to all appearance that of a young white man 5 foots inches in higbt The clothes aro of coarse aud show but little wear The indications are thai the body had boon there two or three weeks About that timo a young man corresponding identically with the description of the body was seen to pass through this town oh foot and while here purchased a piece of ropo about twelve or fifteen foot long The body has been lofu as found awaiting the arrival of tho Coroner from Sierra Blanca whoso investigation may disclose its identity A Customs Commission to Be Ap pointed to Investigate Kverytliin Connected With Tariff Suttfect Members of House Demoralized TWO FAIR BROiSEHS THE SCENE KNACTED IN A NEW JERSEY BAKN Pretty Daughters of Prominent Fami lies Strip and Go at It Hammer and Until Both Aro Disfigured A COLORADO TRAGEDY MORMON SCHEME The Cute Programme Arranged by the Idaho Brethren j BOISE Sopt to United States Marshal Bingham arid Bear Lake today and reports great the Mormons Their plan is to pretendto take no politics thoy are out entirely while known leaders such as Bishop Budge and others willre frain from voting bub will run in as many as possible Who will vote the Democratic ticket The abuse of Democracy in such Mormon sheetsas the Bear Lake Independ ent is all part of ihe scheme to draw Republicans off their guard Wilson is deputies to cnfcrcebhe election The registry list In some precincts is ordered revised Known Mormons are thrown out and lists or dered in precincts where lists were destroyed Tho Mormons willbe oir A Young Man Is Murdered and His Brother Suicides HOWBERT Sept Langley shot through the body injured by a cowboy who escaped George Laugley a wellknown ranchman and brother of Willfam came to this place to attend bis dying brother Suddenly he became and before his friends could prevent him threw himself in front of a passing Midland and was ground to pieces What makes the case still sadder is the fact mother of the two unfortunate young men upon hearing of their untimely deaths bo camecompletely prostrated and is lying at point of death THE WORKINGMANS FRIEND Rood f6llqwingwiis receircd V in Minnesota With Republicariilule ST PAUX The Depjocratlc leadirig can d id atcs f prfG pVernor are Judge Thomlas i this usuaj The New Hampshire Prohibitionists Want the JLabdr CONCOED Sept Prohibition State assembled ternbon After the appointment ofthe cbmV mittees an organization was effected wlth Kev as Joseph nbmi natecl for Congressionkrnbmiria tipnswere madxj as follows Kev Frank Concord adopted pledgingdoyalty to the NationaiProbibition party They domaiidihe the manufacture of beveiiages inip States and hibitory laws tfurther jusert parfcjr is tbetrue friend of the laboring raau A Texas Tragedy v FORTWORTH Francisco Chronicle Series gambler named Edward Kennedy shot aud killed FnrrisMosley a member of ithegrocery Mbsley of this city Kennedy claims that Mosley had been too intimate with Mrs Kennedy Kennedy lay ih wait for Mosley and tired as he mounted his delivery wagon As Farris Mosley foil dead his brother Mosley appeared outhe sceuc and excnauged shots with Ken Kennedy in his side pro a serious wound Kennedy was carriedto jail where he lies in a critical condition How He Got His Pay BOISE CITY ySept to Mexican named Manuel Patfts was brought to the pen here from for eighteen months for a section a month Manuei had been working on the railroad and tiie paycar came sOme reason he did not his pay Thinking the boss to blame and understand ing he called into menrtp tbp party atiou DOVER and willjbo Governor vi llelf or Coiri i acclam atibh pratfprinj can ei A California Georgetown ivsewas stopped on the to robbed Hersncurcd N Sept Francisco Sor hat wollknown photograph The vhich adorns so many places where men re crt representing two handsome women tripped to the waist svnd in i fencing udo was on acted in real life here on Snii aay except that fists took the place of foils Tbe whole community is stirrod over tlio can d for two lovoly daughteis of two rominent and wealthy actually tripped to fighting rig ancl in the scantiest ind of costume squared ovt1 at each other cfore a crowd of girl friends They ratcbsd and screamed and pounded and iled hiiir until their pretty faces and well ounded forms became a mass of bruises and lood It was all on account of a susceptible young man George Woodward His was 30 tender and his mind so wavering that he could not resist temptation and made love to both girls at the same time That Is usually a dangerous performance for the man but iu this case thingswere changed about The girls wore attractive enough to have at least a lover each Mamie Herbert is a brunette of the Carmen stripe The other girl 3s Mabel Brown She Is one of these white flannel blondes with tangled yellow bangs a peachy complexion and ripo lips They discovered through Georges mis directed letters that they were rivals aud Mabel challenged Mamie to fight the winner to have George They arranged to have tho affair conio off in an old barn on the edge of the villlage and after studying up on tho subject settled on a sixteenfoot ring Three oclockSunday morning was the hour set Of course only girls were admitted and they bad tosneak oat of their beds to at tend In regular elopement style Sophia Barry was timekeeper and Mary Woodward seconded Mamie Herbert and Laura Brown acted in tbe same capacity for Mabel Brown The two lanterns in tho cor ners threw a flickering light on tbe queer scene The dozen girls present huddled to gether pretty well scared now that the crisis had come Mamie and Mabel assisted by many trembling fingers took off their hats laid their cloaks aside and then began to divest themselves of other garments Ono came after another girl gasped and said You are not going to take off everything are you Why of said dont bo They did down to the waist Mabel led off first witha blow straight om the shoulder Mamie dodged let fly one in return with her right It did not laud for Mabel got away too quick There was blood in the eyes of both girls and they struck out viciously Blowfol lowed blow and the girls to got winded Time was called retired to their corners When timewas called again they stepped up briskly and went at it hammer and tongs They punched each others fair shoulders and breasts for twentyseven rounds blood and then they got mad and clinched They clawed and scratched and pulled1 out hair Two tigresses could not have been more wicked The air was tullof black locks ind golden tresses and blood was flowing lets down the Tlicy screamed called eacii other such names as school girls are not supposed to even The girls1 continued to fight they were so exhausted that neither cciuld lift a hand Both were scratched eyes were in hair was torn out in handfuls their faces were bruised and bloody and every their bodies that was exposed to view showed traces of pun ish m en time and dej Then the girls all shook bands secrecy The wo fighters were taken horbe and put to bed Doctors were called in and tLeir bruises bound up The story of the disgraceful affairhas leaked out and thecpmmnnity is thoroughly George he will shako1thorn both now WASRIXGTOX Sept the Tariff bill was taken up tho pending ques tion being on Gibsons amendment to the sugar test from SO degrees by polari scopo bo 76 Rejected In reply to a qviestion from Edmunds presiding officer Ingalls ruled that the arrangement cutting off debate today the answering or asking of questions bj Senators would bo prohibited Gibson offered two other tu the sugar section Rejected Carlisle moved to strike out of the sucti section all paragraphs relating to a bounty 23 nays 34 a party vote Gibson moved to strlko out the sugar sco thc Clauses of Mills bill nays 35 Eustis moved to iusorc a provision the bounty shall apply to all sugar in ISM Rejected Pnsco moved to amend tho paracraoh re lating to oranges by special rates for ornages imported in February or March Rejootod Aidrioh moved to insert a proviso imported merchandise deposed in any bonded warehouse prior to tho first ot Ausrust 1890 may be withdrawn for con sumption at any time prior to tho lirst oC November isflo on payment of tho force prior to the passage of this act Uuinb moved as a substitute extend the timo of withdrawal to ono year from tbe of this act 28 nays M Plumb moved to in sort first of January iSOl instead of the first of November 3S90 A Idriohs amendment was 32 nays 27 Aidrioh then moved the rociprtxsity aniendmont proposed by him September 1st and tho verbal modification of 16 suggested by Hoar Evans moved as a tho amend mcnt proposed by him at 3ast nights ses sion and which merely directs tlio Presi dent to communicate tho facts to Congress Rejectedyeas All the crate voted in tho affirmative aa did also Dolph 13varts and Sanders Edmunds also moved a ruodiflcabloa of Aidrichs amendmenb in a similar sense 5 nays SO The six affirm atlve votes were given by Cameron Davis Edmunds Paddock and Plumb strlko Aidrichj amendment the words on and after tho first day of July 20 nays 34 Gibson moved to insert wool in Aldrichs amendment 10 nays 38 Gray moved amendment asection directirij the Presi without further legislation to declare ports of tha United States free and open to all products of any country of the Amerlcatx jcmisphore upon which no export duties ire imposed whenever and as long astho Government of such country admitted to he ports thereof free of all nutional prc r viiicial municipal and other corn meal preserved meats fisii vegetablps lumber agricultural Implements maV vessels or boats of i rood tho products of bates 20 nays Aldricks amendment was 37 nays 28 Aidrichs amendment reads That with a view to sccury with tlic countriesproducing the ticlcs andfor Miis purpose and aflurthe day of July 1S91 and1 so of ten President afmll be satisfied that actions upon agricultural or othbr prod nets 61 the Stales which in troduction ofsugar molasses hides into the United States ha deem to ho rcciprocaJly unequal unrGasooable he shall have country for such time as he shall deemjust in such cjisc and duriiig such suspension tne pas Stoyens borrowed within a few of Theresult Js not A Trai a Wrecker Talks M of bneof thb was In the af prm was Tfc d enpu attempt pt ublieajis in Congress ti bl i r TfieIixy at Cresson Itrained here theday arid kept the Presi dential party within doors vThe you ns lady graduating class fit thelcoh of St Albysius called and Mrs in the1 afiiernopTil havicg driven express dsnt respects of and visit the if he The President is f rorn returnS show amajority 3 the largest si nee six uriless s fThbyVbienhiai Addrcssesbfi v X5iTT3 pVfc ff i Butch standard in color shallnay a duty on 1 their poiariseopic test as follows j All sugars not above 13 coloT all tank syrups of cane juice or of beet juice crete and concentrated by polariscope not sevintyive seventenths of 1 cent per pound for iiona degree or frncuon of by test ot 1 centrpet pound additional sugars above No 13 Duichstandard n Khali be classified by slandujniof nnd pay a duty as follows Allsugarabovef not above K6 10 Dutch staiidArd v color 3i cents all 16 nnd iipt above No oJTcolor ycents wr pound mpJasses tested groes I cents per gallon Sugar drain nigs and sugar sweepings shall be subject to duty either as molasses orsugar as 1xs iccording On coirec 3 cents per pound on tea 10 cents par pound Iiides or suited Aiijroragoat oti twool and or umnanufactured aiiU skins with wool on iyz per j i All the Democrats voted against reciprocity and publicans Edmunds and additional section the sugar schedule and bounty paragraphs V shall take effect oil and that prJor to the 1st 6f supars may be rcSned In boad witho payment Various other amendments offered d rich were including the Declaring taxes shaJl bo come due on the 1st ofJuly every 1st of July proviso in list imported Ing shall bc leviedon articles uxempted duty 35 the 1st of amendment   

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