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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OF In tiro City Coxnbixtod THE MOST EXTENSIVE In tlio Motmtain Kegions 211 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH9 SATUBDAY IEAD ORES WILL BE TAXED James la Happy and the West Will Rejoice With Him FOR THE SALT LAKE PARADE Hundred Sons of tho Forest Will Celebrate tho Troubie lit Cedar Land Decisions SAM LAKE THIIJUNK 517 Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON Juno 1300 The Senate Committee on Finance this lftcrnoon the moral schedule The lufcy on itad ons it lurno from tho Tfoiwo The smelter and iogns granger combine was soundly beaten Jn one round la which Senator Jones bul ivarked by Mr Jaimes facts and figures tnoclccd out all opposition It any further Sight VA to be made It must lo on tho floor of liio Senate against tho majority report arid k determined opposition Tiio chances for the success of such a movement are very Ilight Mr James loft for Salt Lake tonight I dm the happiest man on ho said to 3JTB TunjursK can po contented Let ma say that Senator John I JontiH is ontltiod to all tlio credit for carry I UK matter through the Senate LuMimittoo and too much pnilso can not bo awarded Sonator Tullor for valuable aid In tho Mi James modestly refrained from speak In of his own efforts which 1 am informed by the Intmusts hero wore as Inval uabk as they were urncm I ttintf Mo has been a mine of Information vigilant and actlvy and making friends of every ac cjuaintanco iort THE PAIIADK Tn compliance with a dispatch from tho Chamber of Commerce of Halt Lake City DXGovornor Caleb W West cullufl upon tho of Indian Allairs today und socuiod an order from tho Commissioner tho parado of IOO ndlans from Iiidlun rosorvatlon at tho colo brat Ion to bo hold on tlio Fourth of July by tho tJtlxonsof Hult Lake WHAT S00T11KUN A1KMIIKUS WANT WASHINGTON Juno JVaiiUNio Pis pUtcii San Frnncisuo Chronicle Mr MeOornasH cnorls In tho IIouso yustorday to socuro cuiisldoratlon today for tlio Om nibus War Claims bill was tho first fruit of an important nontoronco of tho Southern Tho twontyono members from tho Southern Status mot Wed nesday nltfht aftor tho party caucus in tlio rooms of Mr Bowdon of VliKlnlii Thoy dc cldod to act us n unit In calling up tho sov iiifUMiires of vltiil Importanco to lihurn und Keotlon thoso woro tho Claims lull and Educational bill which Is practically tho old Blair bill of blossoU inbtiuMy They also dlsoussocl tho suhjoct of a Federal election law Thoy nil favor an election bill of some kind though none of tho hills yot brouicht fully satisfy them It Is tholr determination to antagonize ovory bill which boius on its face the stamp Of sectionalism Hiower and Evart of North Carolina who to Mr MeComas of Maryland are tho most ournost in tholr anxiety for Federal supervision on tho whole boltovo tholr ro tho rioxt Congress coutlngtiiit on thn of such a Thoy want a bill whldi Is honestly intended for tho whole county and ncrt only for the Suutlu n bill rcfiulriiip tho signatures of tho supervisor of oloetlon to tho momborn cortlilcMito of oleo tlon and wlthinit which tho clerk shall not swear In tho members To satisfy them tho conference was called at Speaker liuods Its result upon tho election law noliicot wus comnuailoatod lust ninht to tho caucus on tho tftmoral olootum quos LAND fAssoolattd Tho Secretary of the Interior today rou llcrod au Important do clslon In tho oaso of the Northern Iuclllo Kallroail Company against lohnStovonour Involving a traot nf isMid in Uio Bcwoman Montana land district Tho Secretary in o JToct holds that u priina valid unoxplrod proemption Kilns at the date when tho to tho Northern IacMio Company booamo elTective uxoopts tho land covered thereby from tho Kraut also thut the presumption of tho ox Istonco oC proomptlon clnitrt ooasos on ihi expiration of tho statutory period de cided for making final proof and payment Tho prosarivptlou arises thereafter that whatever claim previously attached to tho iund by reason of such tiling has boon aban ilcnwl This presumption huwovor is not conclusive but opou to rebuttal by any one claiming u or Interest who may ullosro to tho contrary Tho Secretary also rendered an Important on the vttrtc caso of James Hurry The Secretary in tills caso holds that a proemptor whoso claim was ponding ut tlio tlmo of the of the homestead act March 2 ISiiO may transmute his pre emption filing In tlio homestead entry not withstanding tlm fact thut prior thoiOto ho may have hiid viie benellt of one homestead entry INDIAN IvKPOKTKO Tho Secretary of tho Interior has received ttdvicoa corroborutlns tho report that u whito man rocoutly murdorycl on the Ionsuc Klvor reservation In Montana by Northern Cheyenne Indians Tho settlers uro irrouUy alarmed und troops have been od to tho scene to rostoro a ix oJ safety Rojtots recoivod about tho trouble ut Green Bay njjoncy state that It is owl UK to tho hostility of the Indians to the newlyappolutod apont Kelsey and their flosiro to retain tho old one Secretary Noble has Kolsoy to take charge ofthooflloo at once or ho would see that there was an agent appointed who would do so THE CEDAR KEYS TfiouurvK Tho Presidents letter trans witting to tho Senate information ubout the Cedar Keys mattor details tho circumstances al ready familiar to tho public and adds will bo observed thut tho United States Collector of Customs at Cedar Keys had boon driven from his olllce und from tho town and the administration of tho cus toms laws of the United States at that port was suspended by tho violent doxnoustrft tlons and threats of one Cottroll Mayor of The place assisted by his town marshal MUohell If It had foeon necessary us I do not think it can be in any case for a United States ollicer to appeal to local authorities for immunity from violence In the exerolso of his duties the situation at Cedar Keys did not suggest or encourage such an up peal It will always bo ugreoublo rue if the local authorities noting on their own sense of duty maintain tho public peace When this Is not done I should doom St my duty to use the udo riuutc power ycslod in tho make it safe and feasible to huld aud exor cise thopmces established by the Federal Constitution andlaws The moans used in this casqwere in my lawful uud necessary und tho pttleors do notsoom to Kfvo Intfudod upon any piivuto right in eMeeuting the warrants placed in their j A loutor dated August Just appears in tho correspondence submitted appealing to mo to intervene for tho protection of the city of Cedar Key from tho brutal violence of Cottroll It bo noticed that it was written before the appointment of the new collector It 5s a very grim commentary upon the condition of social order at Cedar Keys that only a woman who hud us she savs in her letter no son or husband who could bo made u victim of his malice hud tho courage to file charges against this man who was then holding u subordinate place in the Customs The report of United States Deputy Mar Khzil Estrange says he und Captain Srnythe of tho revenue cutter McLune were vic timized by tho people who foiled them sev eral times In their oilorts to recapture Cot troll Tho captain nf a steam launch do inundod a day for tho uso of the vessel to make n trip up the Swanee rlvor where It was believed that Cottroll was hiding when a day would have been a big price After Marshal Mitchells release lie was re instated In office so one may safely infer thut tho policy of Mayor Cottrell had been fully indorsed Tho AttorneyGeneral has beon misinformed in tho mutter of our searching dwellings unlawfully In every Instancy I asked permission which I am pleusod to say was readily if not cheerfully given I have boon religiously scrupulous on this point but tho rabble will talk and b T Tho report of Captain Smytheof tho Wc J If Hnkerton Collector at Cedar Keys agree with tho report pub lished Plnkorton says I had heard that Oottrcll had said United States Attorney Stripling would not prosecute him as they won particular friends and I must say Stripling discouraged my action In tho mutter and advised mo to wait until Cottroll rruuio further demonstrations and then to Hike a shot gun and shoot him if ho inter Secretary Rliilno said this evening that there was no truth in tho San Diego dis patoh to the effect that the Mexican Government hud requested the United Slates to send soldiers to San Diego to ire vent an expedition against Lower California Romero Mexican minis ter also said that tho dispatch was not true Ho said tho Mexican Government would not ask anything from tho Government of tho United Status with regard to tho filibuster ing exnorlitlou and uddod that tho Mexican Government had ample means at its disposal to deal properly with any who might Invade Mexican soil Ho did riot think howovor that tboiO wus much clan gor of such an Invasion A MONTANA fJONFlTUUTlON John B Cutlin has boon confirmed as In dian Agent ut Hluckfoot Agency Montana VAMOCCS OHAIM STOHAflB Paddock Intmduced in tho Senate a bill providing for the Inspection and storage of grain for Interstate shipment All railroad corn pun los origugod in Interstate commerce lire required to construct elevators und storehouses for tho storugo of suchgrain along tholr respective lines at places to bo deslgnutod by u State hoard Tho Irosi dont is to appoint one chief In spector of gruln in ouch State and Territory und tho Secretary of Agriculture may ap point such assistant Inspectors us may bo required to carry out tho provisions of tho act THK TNSVKCTlON O1C JIB ATS Sonator Paddock from the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry today reported a bill for the Inspection of meats and products subject to Interstate icomnioroo intended as a substitute for tho bill reported from Nrost s select committee In provides for tho In spection of animals at the slaughter houses whoro klllod und of canned moats at tho establishments whoro put up AN HiarMSIIOUH IHliti The IIouso Committee on PostofTlcos to day hud under consideration a bill to make olght consecutive hours u days work for PostmastorGonorul SV ana maker opposed tho bill insisting that Its provisions wore impracticable Ho opposed ivny ironclad rule of this kind but assorted tliUt If ho woro allowed an annual appropri ation of ho would bring tho service In first iuid seconri class olllces around to au eighthour busls which would bo satisfactory to the employees IMtKSiDISNTIATj NOMINATTOXS Tho President has nominated Trank 0 Partridge Vermont Solicitor of Claims State Dovjurtmeut vice Walker Blaino do ecusod Asbury Con way AVyomlng Asso olato Justice of thoSupromeCourtof Wyom ing Llleston S Uurtlott Probate Judge of Grand county Utah A VUKSIUKNTIAr IlCNlO Tho President und Mrs Harrison loft Washington this afternoon on tho U S S for a short season of recreation on tho Potomac river and Chesapeake bay WILL NOT B13 BOUNCJED Tho Trouble at Monomiueo Caused by a Stubborn Aftent Juno Tho fact regarding tho reported uprising of Indians on Monotn inoo reservation is that oxAgent Jen nings refuses to vacate tho agency holding that the property has not beon receipted for Ho was however suspended by In spector Chosnoy It Is a matter of current report thut a conspiracy exists to eject tho Government oillclals from the reservation that tho Indians will not hesitate to use f orco und that there is a regularly orguu plan for u deiianco of tlio Government While Inspector Chesnoy will not say any thing as to tho Governments intentions in the ovont of Jonningss refusal to vacate it understood that troops are about to bo willed to assist in expelling tho stubborn apont Tonight it is reported that ox Agont Jennings has vacated tho agency DUD the Indians are still intractable iuid serious trouble Is feared if Kelsoy endeavors to take possession In addition to their distaste for the now agent thov are enraged over tho passage in Con gress of a burprovidlug for tho sule of tho pitio on their reservation claiming thut it is auattempt to defraud them A NEW PARTY ORGANIZED and Knights of Labor a Platform Farmers HURON S D June 7 Tho Farmers Al liance and Knights of Lahor closed a three days session this evening Tho most im portant action wti3 tho decision to organize a now party Tho now party was named the Independent party A platform wus adopted which includes tho State and Na tional declaration of principles of tho Fann ers Alliance and Industrial Union and tho Knights of Labor and demands that currency be issued by tho general Government to bo a full legal tender toin eroaso in volume with tho increase of busi ness and to bo issued directly to the pro ductive Industries without tho intervention of bunks of issue Thoy demand railway transportation telegraph and telephone ser vice at actual cost und that tho Govern ment own aud operate tho same tho free and unlimited coinage ot silver and tho adoption of an absolutely secret voting sys tenvboth State and national WARD STRIKERS BUILT IT San Franciscos Hall Rests ou Sand and Rubbisli SAN FRANCISCO Juno Mayor Pond has made an investigation of tho soundness of the walls of the northwest wing a tha now City Hall with in a number of whoro tho Avails wero sup be of solid brick four foot thick they wore found at an average eighteen hiches with sand mor tar In a cross which heavyl mass of iron intended girders tho was found the sas 1 THLDEATH PENALTY A Montana Murderer Sent Over the Dark River LAWBREAKING MORMONS Charges of Unlawful Cohabitation and Election Frauds AjyainKt Idaho Wyoming Murderers CouXes Crimes BDTTB Juno Special to TRIB Thomas King the murderer of Matt Fogarty was executed today at Boulder The weight foil at half part eleven and in seventeen minutes he was pronounced dead by the physicians His neck was broken1 He said nothing at the seullold but made a statement in the jail this morning claiming the killing was unintentional The shot was He thanked his lawyers kindly also the Sheriff find jailer It was feared that the condom nod in an would break down on his way to the gallows but he was buoyed up by the Eev John Moore and Father Follofit His body will be interred at the county poor farm King had neither money or influential friends He was an Italian years of age unprepossessing and this militated against him from the time the fatal shot was fired An atienipt to smuggle a paper containing three grains of morphine into his cell was made yesterday afternoon by Maggie De verc a former prisoner In the jail with King The woman asked permission to shake hands with her follow prisoner This request was granted In shaking hands through the wicket of Uio cell door she passed the drug to the condemned man but before King could raise it to his lips which he imme dhitoly tried to do the jailer frustrated the attempt at an easy death JILSTOttY Off TRIO CRIME Fogarty the murderers victim was floor mmmgorat a ball given on Thanksgiving night at Elkhorn a small mining camp ten miles distant from Boulder and during the evening had some trouble with a man named Peterson in reference to the number of a dance on the programme After the party broke up Fogarty and Peterson met on the street and proceeded to settle their dispute in a rough and tumble light King who was a friend of up and draw ing his revolver fired at tfogarty the bullet taking ollect in hitters abdomen and in flicting a mortal wound King then led to his cabin followed by a largo crowd armed with rifles to whom he suiTondciCd and with Peterson was taken to Boulder and plaxodiii jail AfbCLa trial in January lasting three days hi which he was ably defended he WHS found guilty of murder in the first degree and sentenced to hang on June titli MJs counsel wore untiring in their efforts to get a now trial Failing in this they made frequent appeals to Governor Toolo for a commutation of the sentence to life im prisonment Tills was refused Thomas King boro a good reputation prior to the murder lie came to Montana from Leadviile Colo to Turn Tho postollico at Bonanza in the Big Horn basin is without ahead Alonzo Tay lor was the boss and Wi Ilium Taylor his was lately arrested for eattlu stealing and being liberated on his own recognizance skipped the flat Wil liam has been jailed for various irregular ities the principal charge being detention of letters calculated to interfere with Alon zos flight When ho took hold of the office he made several changes in the manner of conduction among other things opening a poker game just outside the deliv ery window MOIIMON LAAVIU113AK1311S INDICTED Idaho May Special to The United States grand jury of the present term of court hero today made their final report The jury has been in session since May 10th and have returned 153 indictments a largo number of which are for the crimes oE unlawful cohabitation and an ul but the greater number are for crimes against the election laws com mitted at the election of 1888 The indict ments for the latter offense charge the highest officials in the Mormon Church and include the presidents of stakes in all the counties of the district Bishop West of Paris Bear Lake county was today arraigned on the charge of un lawfully registering during the year 1888 Bishops Hirst Kicks West and a largo num ber of oflicials high in the Mormon Church are present as witnesses at this terra of court and when tho jury ieport was being read by the Judge in which reference was made to tho shameful manner in which our election laws had been evaded and out raged they wore observed to manifest a look of guilt I The report closes by referring to the popular scheme resorted to by polygamists to evade tho unlawful cohabitation lawsby keeping their concubines across the line between Utah and Idaho and requests the cooperation of the Marshals of both Ter ritories in bringing those parties to justice The report an well as the work of the grand jury is and shows the interest mani fested in the crimes which are certainly being committed by the Mormons and clearly signifies that the Mormon question is by no means dead or The re port confirms tho finding of Judge Berry in the ChamborlalilWopdin case that the Mormons violated the lawat the last elec tion as the result of a conspiracy among the church loaders Hon Fremont States Dis trict Attorney and his Stan drod have been attendance upon the court and MURDER AND SUICIDE V CHICAGO June f Associiited An old man named John tolly laborer this morning then at tempted suicide IIT a critlcar iJALts TOe caught Boa Nelson iin witlr an atally the son himwithIHU told tho family that Charlie hadgone visit ing A few days during a quarrel with old man Moore he killed hinVin the same way and made similar disposition of the body Eegarding the death of his Williamsons wife ho says it was caused by a dose of medicine he gave her for cramps He buried the body without a per mit because he was too poor to buy a coffin It has just been learned that Williamson in killed a farmer Charles Keech near Peoria Ills He was tried and sentenced to be hanged but Governor Oglcsby commuted the sentence to twenty years imprison ment He served seven teen years jmd when released came to Missouri The police think Williamson guilty of anothermurder two years ago TOO GOOD TO FILIBUSTER The Mexican Colonisation Company Denies the CITY OJ MEXICO June Valasco attorney for the and Coloni zation Company today published a letter in the Monitor in1 which denounces tho reports regarding the schemes of that company against Lower California He says ofthe com pany are controlled by honorable men in capable of engaging in such a conspiracy and that San Diego parties inimical to the company spread the reports with the design of injuring its prospects It is reported herethat a representative of tho company will proceed against the press agency here for publication of the Francisco dispatch The Mexican Government apparently pay little attention to tho filibustering stories but nevertheless it is made certain that precautions are taken and troops ordered to a location convenient to the frontier THE NEGROS SALVATION EDUCATION AND CJlKtSTIANlTY SOLVE THE rKOIiLEM Christian Homes Must Bo Resolutions Adopted at tho Negro Coii Is Present LAKJC MOITAWK June 5 tho opening of tho morning session of the negro conference tho Executive Committee pre sented a series of resolutions urging cation as the keynote of the situation Education normal and industrial Judge Tourgee spoke on The Negros View of the Race and presented a series of resolutions much more radical than those of the committee lion AndrewD White said that ho be lieved in a peaceful solution of the race problem and regretted the defect of the Black bill Other addresses were by GMchn of Baltimore General Brinkcr holT of Ohio General 0 O Howard of New York and Edna D Ghenoy of Boston At tho closing session t6night a lengthy sotoC resohn ions was adopted They re cite the encouraging progress oC the negro race and say that no other race ever made such industrial progress in years Much remains to be but there is ready material and mental improvement in the race and a growing tendency toself help on their part gives hope We believe the welfare of the country requires that tho negro live in relations of good will and mutual confidence with his white neighbors and only on principles of justice can such relations bo To this end the conference recommends Increased facilities for industrial training not only in tho trades but es pecially in improved agriculture arid girls in household duties We believe in education and urge all school authorities to use industrial training not in order to make the negro a mere toller but to make nobler manhood and womanhood by the discipline of intelligent labor The family is a good unit of so ciety The Christian home is izer Ultimately in the home colored people tho problem of tho colored race will be solved The girls women of tho race Amust determine the character of the negro homes All Influences which tend to the purity in telligence and beauty of the home and the ennobling of the women of thenegro race should bo systematically fostered We be lieve the oneroomcabinis a social curseof the negro race as is the tepee of the Indian and the overcrowded tenement rooms ot our cities slums This conference earnestly urges the upbuilding of wholesome cleanly intelligent Christian homes the inculcation of sound temperance principles and prac tice as of the greatest importance to the race and to the upbuilding of such homes all Mends of the negro in all parts of the land are urged to use every oiroit Wo recognize most gratefully the noble work for the education of the race already done by the people of the States whore live most of our colored fellowciti zens but this is only a good beginning The common schools should be made more effec tive a greater number of colored teachers must be still more efficiently ad ditional normal schools Higher education must be open to tho most capable negroes Through education is pur hope forthis race as for all races To develop the character of true manhood and womanhood is the object alike of free go Vermont and Ohristian civilization We upon allVhodeal with negroes that they study to promote selfreliant morality The credit system with store pay and a lien upon the crops has so uniformly shown it to bo harmful that we urge its avoidance wherever possible Topromote thoso habitsof thrift and productiveeconomy which must under lie acquisition of property and owner snip of land as as all advance in we urge the establishment by the United States Government of a postal savings Forthe attainment of these ends wo look to the enlightened Christian timent of the people of all parts of our country To the unselfish service of helping the negro to help himself in education and morality and and thusin civili zation and in fitness for we fraternally invite alLoiirfellowcitizens of whatever race who love their country and their A1 UNPRINCIPLED LAWYER He and Joined with the Strikers Got Them IritoTrbubre June cases of prosecu tion agaiast the striking carpenters begun by the old ihtimi dation of nojiuhlon workmen Pour weredis Charged and The strikers assert that principal at torrieyfpr the posed during the strike ris of the miadfe speeches at all meetings such radical measures that at the other speakers Tiie carpenters tiohv fishermenare meroas in digh eeti ngs arpyji one i i JTJjSTE 7 1S90 FREE COINAGE CHAMPIONS The Friends of Silver Boldly Demand Its Restoration DEBATE CONTINUED IN BOTH HOUSES Senator Plumb Wants All American Silver Coined Into American Dol Massachusetts Member Says More Money Means More Misery June 6 the Senate Mitchell moved to reconsider the vote by which the Senate passed yesterday the bill authorizing the construction of a railway bridge across the Columbia river near Van couver The motion was entered The Silver bill was taken up and Plumb addressed the Senate He believed it was the all but unanimous opinion of the people thst a very considerable increase in the volume of currency was necessary The circulation today was less than the framers of the financial legislation of 1875 anticipated although the commercial business of the country had doubled within that time The total amount of money which the people of the United States had for the transaction of daily business not to exceed Ho believed it was less than and upon that narrow founda tion they had builtan enormous structure of credit propped up here and there by de vices of various kinds and it kept swelling and growing while the base on which it rested lid not grow in proportion to the structure The Senator from New York HIscock had yesterday described the great prosperity of the country but if his picture were true why was if that the his committee the Finance Committee were piling up protective duties His Plumbs idea was that not only should the vacancy of national bank circulation be makeup but there ought to be added to that at least as much as would result from the free coin age of silver He was willing to abandon his idea in favor of fiat money and to widen the base of the credit structure by adding to it all the silver that the United States mints could turn out DAccordlng to the best data there was less than worth of silver mined every year in the United States Of that sum 830 000 000 was coined used in the arts and only could be used in free coinage It was to be remembered that the National bank circulation was being re tired the amount to be retired this year be ing Plumb went on to speak of the Silver bill in connection with the question of protec tion The Senate was appealed to yester day by the Senator from NewYork His cock against the bill in the sacred name of protection Silver was an American a much larger product than many others that wore to be protected by duties of 200 or 300 per cent under the Tariff bill He would like to ask the Senator from New York who was so anxious about foreign com merce whatr he intended to do with the Tariff bill which would prevent the from having any foreign commerce Ho hoped he might interpret the Senators remarks on that point as a hopeful augury to the action of that Sen ator in putting his knife into the bill now before the Finance a bill which would raise the price of nearly everything used by the masses of the people The Silver bill was then laid aside and the Senate took up the bill to authorize Mariposa county Arizona to issue bonds in aid1 of railroad construction The bill was yeas 36 nays 10 It is a Hoiise bill and was passed without any amend ment message from the President relating to the landing of an armed force from a revenue cutter at Cedar Keys was read and referred to the Committee on Ju diciary Adjourned House June 6 In theHouse the silver debate was resumed Lind the first speaker said silver should bo re stored to its former position This was de manded by the great mass of the American people Lacey said the country was met by a contraction of the currency The pending bill proposed to give the country an in crease to offset the contraction and even more It was practically a free coinage bill The output of the mints was 000 The 1reo coinage of every dollar of American silver would be about yet this bill proposed to give a year of legal tender treasury notes It was a free coinage measure because it pro vided thatwhew silver was at par the mints should be open to free coinage The country needed an expansion to the cur rency in tfsafe way and this bill provided for it Walker spoke against free coinage He asserted that the demonetization of sil ver was not the cause of the decrease in prices Prices had been going down fcr a hundred years More money meant more misery Perkins remarked that in that connection we ail love misery Walker added that lie was going to vote for the pending bill because the members of the House from 1868 up to the present timey for the purpose of getting back here had urged and encouraged the people in their tolly until they had come to such a state of mind that something must be done or they would brqak the members It was pare that all there was about it Blpuut contended that salver de monetization had cast a blighting curse over everybody except the capitalists To in crease the volume of circulation was the only way to relieve not only the agricultural interest butevery other in the country J He criticised the Treasury Dill declaring that it was intended to stop fur ther coinage of silver It was a Wall street measure He also criticised the caucus bill and free coinage measure Bland said he could only defend the right of a member of the to ofCer an amendment The gag lawwas placed upon the minority lor the purpose of passing a billthrough of which demonetize silver The bill wasa Wall street and a scheme to change the ratio between gold and silver It recognized silver bullion according to its bld was being the House by its He specially criticised the btilliou arguing that itr would prevent any appre ciable expansion of the It would hold out a temptation the Secretary of Treasury to make a million dollars but of spec iilati Wall f ree coinage of would potdiily appreciate builiohrbut1 depreciate gold bullion and bring tb Tue Government must either mpneypr givouniimitediuse nthV right in of two ttie course of istration of President Harrison To that section of the substitute which provides for bullion redemption Dorsoy emphatically objected Would it not be better to cover the redemption fund with the Treasury and uselt as a part of the circulating medium and in case a United States note were pre sented for redemption and there was no money to meet the demand allow the Secre tary to sell bonds to meet the demand The bullion redemption feature should be stricken out and he appealed to his side of the House to allow a vote on the proposition McRae appealed to the gentlemen on the other side who believed in free coinage to restore silver to its proper place not step by step but as it was destroyed in one jump The House at 5 oclock took a recess until evening At the evening session of tho House the silver debate was continued Among the speakers wero Barnes Lane Shively and Holman Adjourned A WARNING TO CONGRESSMEN PRICE FIVE CENTS TEES TOLD BY THE CABLE Why the Sublime Porte Wants the w English to Evacuate HAREM SLAYES BRING PRICES A Massacre of Atrocities in English Government Opposes the Channel Tunnel Politics The Silver Committee Proposes to Carry the War Into Africa WASHINGTON June National Ex ecutive Silver Committee today adopted a resolution to the ollect that in case a satis factory measure for a full restoration of sil ver to its former place as a money metal be not enacted it will call a National silver convention in which the Fanners Alliance j and all other industrial organizations will be invited to join with the bimotalists everywhere with a view to sinking politics and making the silver question the control ling issue in future campaigns particularly in the Congresssonal districts in tho next election The committee regards with un alterable disfavor any bullion redemption provision THE RECORD OF DISASTER FIVE MEN KILLED BY THUS DERAIL ING or A Tit vi N Louisville ami Nashville Passengers Fatally Shower of Burning Damage by Floods GREENWOOD July most cliastrous freshet ever known here occurred last evening Four dams north of this place pave way Roads were submerged cellars Hooded bridges carried away and telegraph wires broken FIVE MEN KIJJLED HITune Northwest ern passenger train was derailed near here this morning by a broken wheel A gang of section men Avorking near the track were caught in the wreck and four of them Aug Johnson Bniil Anderson John Gustafson and John Drchner instantly killed as was also Engineer Blaisdell The fireman two section and several of the passengers were slightly injured A SHOWED 01 BtmsiNG PHILADELPHIA June firemen were engaged this morning in extinguishing lire in a small frame building the lames reached the storage basin Twelve barrels of gasoline exploded and eleven iircnicn were caught in the shower of burning oil and badly burned Some of them will prob ably die from their injuries BUILDINGS CAN HI ED AWAY BROOKLVN June cloudburst caused the creek which runs through the village to propor tions of a river A great amount of prop ertywas destroyed and a number or build ings and bridges carried away PASSE NO KS JiAlCALLY 1KJUK33D LOUISVILLE June Boston sleeper on the Louisville Nashville train which left here this afternoon was derailed and badly wrecked near English Kentucky liiht persons were seriously hurl two of whom will probably die Mrs Colonel Hodges of Jcfforsonvlllo and Mrs John Johnson of Memphis arc those fatally injured The accident was caused by the spreading of rails due to a softening of the ground by recent rains A CALL FOR TROOPS Serious Indian Troubles on the Rose bud River Montana WASHINGTON June jTiuuuxE Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Congress man Carter of Montana today received a dispatch from Joe Scott of Miles City rclat ing the facts in connection with the Chey enne uprising The message states that the Cheyennes killed a Mr Ferguson a promi nent stock man of Custcrvand that the prov ocation was the fact that Ferguson had dis covered the Indians killing rattle and re ported to the authorities It further relates that the lives of the people in the vicinity of the murder are in danger if the Govern ment does not immediately come to their as sistance with troops The scene of the mur der is about sixty miles south of Miles City which is the nearest railroad and telegraphic station and the reservation upon which the Indians are located is probably thirty miles from Fort Custer the nearest military post Representative Carter and the Montana made application to the Sec retary of War for a derail of go im mediately to the ChcyennuAgouey arresr the murderous savages who are guilty of the slaughter of Ferguson and see that or der is preserved 1here is no doubt that the request will be granted At the War Department it is stated that these savages are of a very troublesome dis position In 1883 they their way from Indian Territory to the locality where they are now situated leaving a trail of Wood behind them They were captured by ben eral Miles and located upon their reserval by Executive order There were ibou 50j persons in the community at the time and the location of the Indians there was liko a j blanket thrown over the settlement lor j there has been trouble eversince I placed in that region the Indians bein ex tremely bloodthirsty arid warlike Tlieru are about SOO of1 the Cheyennes now upon the Kosebud river A Mammoth Shipbuilding Plant June The new syndi cate which purchased land for an immense shipbuilding plant on the Delaware river is one of themost substantial concerns of the kind ever organized in this country The completion of the works as early a dare as possible is The capjtal stock is of which the entire amount has been taken and as good paid in S2 was placed in this city each in New York BosfoiraridLondon Mexico Wants Protection S IJiEGO June The latest in regard to the filibustering scheme istljat ad vices have been received to the Mexican Government has requested the send a regiment of soldiers to San Diego to proven t California i Associated delivered by wiredirect 3nV Associated v the Union f LONDON June Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle to Afml and In conversation with Gladstone yesterday Dillon expressed a de cided opinion that the Irishmen had been conservative in their tendency and modes of thought up to the time of the Fenian movement and that now they had become radical owing to the growth of advanced views This advance in thought said ho has been marked in both clergy and peas antry on all land and social questions and the whole people arc awakened 10 tho gen eral current of ideas of the century It is stated that the Government has now decided to take up the Tithos and Licensing bills simultaneously but no official an nouncement has been made concerning them Mr Smith is much embarrassed by having in his charge at the same time three such contentious measures as these two and tho Land Purchase bill and seems unable to devise any practicable method of dealing With them successfully The Unionists are urging the Ministers to decide upon their course and to announce to Parliament what bills they have resolved to carry since it seems impossible to carry them all and to stand Urmly by their de cision and make as hot a tight as may bo necessary Sir John Pope Henncssy in consenting to accept a seat in the House of Commons in the Parnellite interest stipulates that ho shall be permitted to sit on the Ministerial benches while ho will speak and vote with the Liberals on homo rule questions It is probable that Parnell and his friends will accept the conditions which ho imposes upon them in order to mako sure of securing so brilliant a recruit on their side Sir Michael Hicks Beach president of tho Board of Trade lias been discussing the latest schemes proposed for tho tunnel un der the English channel with Watkin and has concluded that none of them are prac ticable The British Government there fore will not encourage any plan for con necting England and Franco in this way The Government will continue to strongly oppose the bill having this objoctin view The Salvation Army intend to establish labor bureaus in London for tho free regis try of unemployed persons with the idea of obtaining employment for them by system atic means It also talks of establishing cooperative workshops and farms the aim of which shall ho Uio reclamation of men and women who have been iu prison for crimes A gentleman who died recently be queathed his fortune to liov Mr but Spurgeou at the suggestion of tho trustees of tho estate restored it to needy relatives of the testator who had been nored by their wealthy connection TUB SULTAN OPPOSES OCCUPATION The Sultan of Turkey has expressed anx iety to the British ijovcrnmenti to beper mitted to resume his control as Suzerian over Egypt the British forces now in that country to give place whenever necessary to Turkish garrisons The with jealousy on Englands prolonged occu pation of the country which had been con sidered a valuable portion of the Ottoman Empire and yielded a handsome tribute to the always impoverished treasury of tho Porte It is reported also from Constantinople that a powerful motive for wishing to get rid of the British is their interference with the slave trade along the Upper Nile Tho sup ply of nepro slaves for Moslem haroms has been almost entirely cut on7from the upper portion of that river and the English have brought such a pressure to bear on she local authorities In Egypt that they are reluct antly compelled to against the slave trade adopted in deference to European influences but never intended to be put into actual enforcement Owing to this have become very scarce and costly both in Cairo and Constanti nople and there is no prospect of replenish ing the market Many harems are left en tirely to the care of old women in whom the Turk has very little confidence It is believed probable that Lord Salis burys Cabinet will make some terms satis factory to the Sultan although being taken toward un abandonment of Egypt there is no intention of taking any such step TUBSERVIAN BELGRAPE June on a Servian village on the frontier was a brntal outrage The inljabitanta were driven out of their houses in the dead of night by a false aarm their fright uul confusion they were Jired the Arnauts who werfi lying111 am around the villageand rushed inup OH them The barbarities which followed are too horrible to relate in detail They resembled Bulgarian ihcyhad finished their bloody work and fled beyond the frontier it was found that out of population of 100 iftuen were killed and thirtyfive rf he Ottoman smtnori ties were notified ot the and have a show of energy numr ber of emigrants near the border the murderous gang that perpetrated the atroci tics has not beeeii molested BISMAKCK A PRIVATE June The Taflcblatt says Chancellor Capri vihas sent the powers informing shem the uueniuces ofBismarck since his from concerning the affairs of XJer many are merely the expressions of of a It is annouuccdtliat csiiion cojjccrhinff the TaatfteUwas tiou of Bismarcks resignation1 it is privately suits may yet followthe accident It that hs already caused Bim discomfort byr constant it has been eyersinee the serious1 of the disease ijiiiiiieiwbuidihave I Ju rf ;