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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING t THAT or ALL HE BOTHER DAILIES CITY COMBINED THE WIOST EXTENSIVE n BEST MSDIUM IN Tlllt ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION VOL 235 SALT LAKE CITT UTAH WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1890 PRICE FIVE CE1STTS UNFORTUNATE FOR UTAH Slim Chances for the StruMo Bill at This Session ONE RESULT OF THE LEAD ORE TARIFF Mexican Smelters Bock to Interior Department Ieciles an Ontario Figures Out a Stirplua While Say ors Deficit SALTLAKK TmiunsTS BTTOKATT fH7 Fourteenth Strutt WASHINGTON D Sopt 2 1800 Tho House Committee on Territories hope to bo able to secure consideration for the Strublo bill before the ploso of tho session I it exceedingly doubtful whether their hopes will bo realized Tho pressure of business In tho House is no intense that any measure which In nob of general Im portance runs a poor chance The House Committee yesterday decided a trip to tho Territories of Now Mexico Arizona and Tftah aorno time In thn This looks to me very much an If tho committee had practically decided to do nothing with tho Strublo bill without and u pleasant trip Bonator Cullom suys that tho bill Is in good condition In tho Senate and that he hopes It will be Broached this session but I do not Imaginethat ho la sanguine of tho result There Is this tb bo said however and that Jli that under the system prevailing in tho rEouso the Comnjltteo on Rules could If they would give tho Strublo bill a day and force It through under tho previous ques tions That may yet bo done If the Com mittee on Territories presses Its desire for such action The echoes of the lead ore flghtstlU linger on the Senatorial Tho Senate wai told yesterday that tho Texas smolfcers woro moving ovor into Mexico Senator Teller declined to express himself at tho In formation AS tho employees wore chiefly ivioxloansc Acting Secretary Chandler today af firmed tho decision of tho Commissioner of tho General Land Office requiring tho sur vey under which tho Ontario Silver Wllnlng Company made entry for thu Plevna lotlo olaJm ln the Utntah Mining District of Utah to bo amended Tho survey in qitos tlon on its etifltortor end tho Clara lod which Is thesonlor location The Commissioner hold that inmaking tho sur principle announced In tho circular of December 4 ISSI vras dlsrcgaulocl Tho Secretary holds jhat tho surface right being simply nn adjunct to tho lode claim could not oxtOnfl tho termination of such claim Tho whoro tho lode intersects the exterior Hue oi1 prior location A now survey Is therefore ro quired tho end lines of which must bo par rllel commencing at tho point of intersec tion A NAlMONAfj nAjfK HI WASntNOTON Sopt bill introduced by Senator Ooko today provides that horoaftcr no National bank shall issyo circulating nntos Authority Is given tho National banks to loan money on real estate A STmCLUS AND A In connectionwith tho conference roport on the Biver andHarbor bill toclay Chair man Cannon of the Honso Committee on Appropriations marlo an exhaustive stato mont touching tho expendIturoa luring tho present session of Congress Ho 5aid tho sum of Is proporly ctiargeablo against the probable revenues of tho Government for tho fiscal yoac of 1R5M and when deducted from tho latter shows a surplus of Following Cannon Representative Sayors presented a statement for his1 Democratic Colleagues on tho committee It says 1C to the appropriations of tho present Congress wo add tho permanent and Indefinite appro estimated by tho Secretary of the Treasury towlk wo will have ait aggregate of tho appropriations for the fiscal year ending Tune HO of RS against of revenues including postal receipts thus making an excess of appropriations ovor rovonuca Mrs Woodworth Goos to Bartcs ST LOUTS Sept Two physicians filed a complaint in tho Probato Court today for imjuiry as to the sanity of iMrs Woodworth thei evangelist who has been holding ti meoc Jng here for several months Tho doctors the present nunital stae of her convortji is dvso to hypnotism oxwrtod by Mrs Woodworth and that effect is most pernicious Tho basis for the Inquiry lies 1n the fact that Mrs Woodworth has stated that whllo in this state sho con vovsed with Deity and descended into hades Tho Scairolclinff FolJ Sept Schwarz building an immense brick build block fell at 10 SO oclock It is reported that ten men wore killed bytiio falling do brls This is ono of the most crowded thoroughfares in the city It Is found that only the scaffolding of tho building fell pro jdpitating five men to tho ground Hurloy a carpenter M as killed William Ray and Honry Allbrloht painters fatally injured whllo two other wore painfully hurt j Science and the Guillotine v fARts Sept Jacques Constant was yesterday at Bpanal Within mlnuto after tho knife bncV fallen the bOdy was handed over to Dr Gloy professor of physiology of of Paris Dr stated that lie was aWo to observe the heart boating for six minutes aftor ho received thebody his experiments proving contractions of the and aur icles are independent of oacU TlUs isjthe first time In the history of science that xoperlmont has been made on human body TWO VESSELS LOST An English Baiilc and a Steamer Go SAN FRANCISCO Sept Noble of the ship W B reports that he spoke tho nark Henry seventy days from Newcastle N S several hun dred off tho New Zealand coast She was flying slgiuils of Oaptain Milter oftho Buck signalled that she had been dismantled by a hurricane He said the crow had neon ou shprt rations for sev orul days and begged for supplies Cap tain Noblo littempted to launch a small boat but sho was stove In by the waves Do was unable therefore to render any as sistance Tho BuckY is now out ninety days from Newcastle and nothing more has been heard from It is thought that sho has boon lost She was loaded with coal and carried ablg crew A IJFltTISH STEAMER TO0NDKRS LONDON Sopt British steamer Captain Hews from New York August for Para and Macro has found orod near Ancgada Island British West In tlles Nineteen of hor crow are known to have boon saved The captain first and third officer chief engineer two stewards boatswain carpenter a fireman and a sea man aro missing THU PBESBYTERTT Or UTAH Public Meetings at Attondnnco and Session Work giving your readers au account of our mooting of Presbytery let me briefly sketch tho public meetings which wore held ad Hyrum On Friday ovonlng August 8th tlie ministers and teachers gathered at Han sons Opora House and bad a delightful time socially Games of varied kinds wore Introduced and all entered heartily into the enjoyment of tho hour On Sunday Au gust 10th Rov E M Knox of Kaysvllle preached at 11 a and Kov Dr Wlshard at 8 On Monday Tuesday Wednes day and Thursday evenings sermons wore delivered by Kev Dr Wlshard our synod 1 cal superintendent On Friday evening liov G W Martin of Mantl preached for us Largo numbers of the citizens of Hyrum attended those evening meetings and all wore greatly fn to rested A committee appointed by Rev Mr Boh back of Hyrum assisted him in pre paring a programme for Saturday evening August IBth Rev G W Martin of Mantl liov B P Boyd of lurls Idaho and Rov T V Drijof American Fork gave short spirited addresses upon the subject fC Pat Patriotic songs were rendered by the choir Several recitations and select readings added to tho interest and pleasure Ot tho evening On Sabbath morning Au gust Rov P Boyd oT Paris Idaho preached and in tho evening Rev T F Day of American Fork On Tuesday evening August 10th a literary and musical pro gramme was rendered Pathos and humor wore nicely blended and all seorncd to ouf joy tho entertainment TIIK SKSSIOH Tho Presbytery of ITtalv mot in the Flan son Opera House My Utah at 8 p on Thursday August 2 1st and was opened with a sermon by retiring Moderator Rev C Shepherd of Sprlngvillb The following ministers woro In attendance Rov F L Arnold Rov S E Wishard D Rev S Rev Josiah Mc OlaJti Rov R G MoNJeco D Rev Thompson Rov TC Knox Rov 0 M Shophpid Rev J A L Smith Rov G W Martini Rev T F Day N Mur Dhy Rov Rev E Wv Greene Ph Rov Phillip Bohhaok Rev W R THE VEBMOK OFF YEAR Republicans Home and the Gain HOW THE ARKANSAS PLAN WORKED The Intimidators Claim a Majority of Hampshire Demo crats Deplore Numerous Tho Single Taxers Organize a National League WHITE RIVER JUNCTION Sept This Stato today voted for State officers two Representatives to Congress and a ful list of arid Representatives Twenty cities and towns Including Bur lington give Pago for Governor 3571 Brigham 2041 Allen 115 In 1888 these town gave Dillingham 5080 ShurtlH all others The return thus far received notonly that tb Republican very light but that the ticket has The decrease in tfo Democratic vote is not nearly as largi correspondingly this year as tha of tho Republicans The Prohibition vote remains about the same so Fifty townships of tbe 24B in tlieState give Page 8JOS Brigham 4582 Allen 240 The Re publican majority Over all In the towns so for lioard J373 against 7750 Ini If tlte vote of tho remaining towns corre sponds with thbsp benrrl from the Repub lican triajority will bo tiho smallest since tho insMtution of bionniiil elections One hundred and tliirtytive towns give Pago Republican Brigham Domo orafc 802 In these towns the vo1s has fallen off The Democrats have gained 441 while the prohibition vote has fallen off but little If the vote in the is relatively tho same as thoseheard Repub lican majority will be only about ir tho whole Stato There wore only eighteen Democrats in iu 3S88 Thirty seven have beoivelpcted in thirtyfive towns already hoard from and two Farmers League candidates AM unexpectedly large number of high license Republicans were elected Sept to the from the towns in this section glvo Page for Governor llprlit Pages majority is esti mated at against for Dilling hum the present Governor two The vole for Alien fpi Governor i very light about The Irish license vote has largely increased the pasb two years owing to the nonenforcement of the prohibition law THE ARKANSAS MAJORITY The Green to Retire Francisco tyironiclc is utidorstopd in Wall Street thai Dr Norvin Isaboritrto resign as president of the Western Union Telegraph Conipnny Green Is and quite ieobleivancll he wisties to bo from1 Inoi dent to is to be ii pose Hs Iprosldont of well Only tliroe ruling present viz Mr Kills Corlnpe Mr Tamos Shorten p Smlthflokl ami Larson of Hyrum As many touchers arc laboring within oui bounds lot rno give you a list of those who olthor tho Biolo study the Teachers Association tho Presbytery or all throot Mrs A E Blackburn George Mr Cochran Gnhnlson MIssF O Quillen Miss Mary Barrett ManU Miss Kae Mhis Fannio Coyiior Miss Loulso Frost Kphralm MissE W i Miller Miss Maria Klshback Miss Anno McDonald Miss Ann Mt Pleasant Miss Mary Olom rnoiis Miss Alice Clemmons Flllrnoro Miss Ma Nophl Miss Luoy Miss Fanuio Porloy Spanish Pork Miss L B Work Sprinsvlllo Miss Clara Pierce Anioiicau Fork Miss Gertrude Whlteinau Miss Jonnlo Lincoln Salt Lake CityMis P J Miss R Mitchell Kaysvjlle Mrs Win E Campbell Mondon MissE M Knox Miss M E Kuox Smlthfleld Mrs O M Parks Mrs Maggie Shirley Lognn Miss Anna Noble Miss Ella Dobbs Hvrmri The following teachers from Southern Idaho wove with us Miss M J Oorfc Miss NolHo Owens Malacl City Miss Mary Cowoll Miss L E Leonard Moutpoller Miss MatMo Purls Several ofctior Ohrlstlan workers came also feust Mrs Chas Walker Colorado Mrs Jeannotto TForry Park CityMrs E N Murphy MV Pleasant Mrs W Hough Payson Mrs Dunlap Spdngvlllo Mrs T F Day American Fork Mrs Tosiah McClain Ogden S L Gillespio Box EUlor Mrs Ellis Corinne Rev K P Boyd Paris Idaho Mr W D Evans Samaria Idaho Mra E W Greene Miss Fannlei Dailey Logan Mrs Liddle Pleasant LBov T Day of American Fork was oloctad moderator and Reverends N E Gioinenson of Klolifiold and E M Knox of iKaysvlllo trioiporary clerks The1 mission workers of then pavo a flno recep tion to tho members of the Presbytery and frloncls Sotwo seventymembers were treated to a dish of olcgant icooroam and reports from tho various mission fields in Utah and Southern Idaho wore hoard SCHOOL I rogvot that tho statistics in regard to our clay nnd Sunday school wcrk aro notathaud for publication Suffice It tosay tho past year has boon most successful In both de partments of our school work if On Fridayo von Ing tho Ladies Home and Foreign Missionary Society hold a public Without hesitation I pronounce it as ono tho vor3 bost missionary meetings over hold in connection with our Presbytery forbids personal mention On Saturday tho routine work of Presbytery was again ttiken np Great and important ruattorsSyero taken up ante discussed Rev T having boon called to tho chair of Old New Testament Exegesis In the SanFrjivnolsco Theological Seminary tho stated instructed togive him a letter whenever asked for of and com Tneiidntjipa wore unanimously passed in view of tho departure of ourdoar brother to a veryimportant position aftor ten faithful years In Utah It is with deepfeollngs of wo all say to one whoj ways has self to the Presbytery of Utah andto all Christian workors within our bounds On Saturday evening a grand temperence njeeting was iStfbbathmorning Rev R preached thV sermon aftei wfoich the Lords celebrated Rov S L GillespIe preached Sabbath by Rev iinflnlshed business and after the State by ST Loms Little7Rock correspondent Post Dispatcfi telegraphs Mi at the of votesin tbe Third ward is not aro fears of Thovote from Eastraan township was cibsely gntircledby Tho Capita were disbanded this morning Adjutant Gen oral England took charge arms This was rnrnored that tlie arms might be used to make trouble Tho returns from the election are coming inslow ly A largo vote was polled and several clays niiistelapse before full re turns can be UTTLW ROCK Sept returns from twothird a of theaounties received to night by tho Gazette maintain the largo in crease jn tho majorties over last year already mentioned Themajority for Governor Eagle and the Democratic State ticketwill There are no reports of disturbance sit tho polls from anywhevo DOAVN EAST DEMOCRATS The New Hampshire Free Traders Have Several Grievances CONCORD Sept State Convention was called to order by Chair man Stone tho organization was etteoted and the per manent president 3A Bartlottof Man Chester was escorted to tlio chairand de livered an address Tbe ideblares that the Repuljlicati has resulted in heavier burdensto thepeople denounces tho McKlnley asaijcloed of conveyance to a combinationofmanufaoturers and trusts rulings as dospotidrnancl thfeseating of the Montana Senators as graml It favors pen sion legislation tariff reformanddenounces the Force bill It denounces the Republican party for a prbfllgate waste ofVftjesurplus reyenne for a degradation thecivil service for the corruption 11 ddvelopecl in every de of Government for management of our foreign affairs as in striking contrastwith prudent1 flrm conservative and adminis tration of Presildeiit Cleveland denounces the McKinley bill asNothing less than a deed of Republican party of enormous of Federal taxation to manufacturers and trusts ip of money ad vanced by them the election of Benjamin Chavles H Amsden oiPenacook was nom inated for V They Organize ttIjeaftue and Select a National Committee NBW YORK At todays meeting of the Single1 Tux convention was formally organized the of Single Tax Clubs oftliovUnlteclStVtes The committee George chairman went biit not report At the svfternpon session a1 committee port was read in vftheVabape of i resplutluns so ttiug i fo ithj t h a teis here bled are organized Tax orsanizatipossubscribihg to the are eligible f i fTheijgenerar iiiitteo power toVelect known SlugleTax men Jrom States and Territories not SingleTax tbeiTxe presented localities V i Therosphitionsrf urther isay Awhile the Leaguels i an to in corporate its ecpnomioViews political liglous feeling justice The mention of Clevelands free trade mes sage in Garrisons speech evoked cheers Garrison said Our reform has been marked with great wisdom its has been felt by tho Democracy of of New York and the Republicanism of the countrr which is tics hut of numbers It cannot afford to the what is dealsjn words not in VW Among the other speakers Mevrl wcather of Missouri Judge McGuJro ofSan Francisco and Henry Mr Georgo spoke but briefly Ha Judging from the speeches he bad ho was no longer needed platform There were others than he to talk single A few years ago ho had said there were educated men in the movement who would change the destinies of the country and he was glad to see that his predictions were true On the Same Lines SARATOGA Sept Com mittee oftho National League of Republi can1 Clubs today decided to endorse the Federal Election bill and Gghfc the next Congressional campaign on the lines of the last campaign THE QUARTER KECOKD BROKEN AT The Half Mile Wheel Record Lowered League Game Has Two Umpires and a Row Ensues LEXINGTON Sept Dis San Francisco Clironicle At the Iroquois Clubs meeting the quarter mile race for yearlings Bonnie Lee won it in the best a regular Jockey Glub track SpuiNGTrrsLD Sept Associated Circuit races atHaiupden Twothirty trotting Soudan won Lucretia second Light third Dandy fourth Best time Twotwenty class won Mollie J second The Seer third AGO te f rtb Best ti me 2 js SHBEPSHEAD BAV Threefourths Meriden won Watson third Time ThrpefourtbB mile Thorndalo won Stomei second Prathcr third Time Throefourths mile Gertie D Wrestler third Time 35 Mllo and an Raymond G won Frank Ward second Elove third Time Mile and won Bouquet second Tehwood third Time Another Wheel Record Broken HARTFORD Atither Hart ford Wheel Club tournament today A E Lumsden of Chicaso broke the halfmile record 13 hold byrj03mphd the English rider making it in laaSSi1 Kliido in of saf ty handicap made the best ever made in a the Amerioanturf The Brotherhopdv Brooklyn by hard nridlucky the ninth Attendance 1000 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 Q S Chicagbv 3 0 0 3 0 Q 05 SHALL WE RECIPROCATE Senator Rale Declares the Principle Has Come to Stay SHERMAN DONT THINK MUCH OF And Persuades Hale to Whittle Down His Sub jcct Discussed at Great The House Takes Up the Clayton Assassination Case Brooklyn Brooklyn 13 and andi Farrell Kriight aridJoaes y The local Brotherhood team hit bard at oppor tune tiraqs and1 defeated 657 r 5 0 7 0 0 0 1 013 2 50 Philadelphia a3 Pittsburg Errorsi Philadelphia 8 Pittsburg 2 Bufflrigtonand Cross Terier and Hurley Um Snyder and Pcarce NKW YORK teams played tWgamefi to day the local teams superior Attendance 000 First New 0 0 2 6 Buffalo 0 10 0 1 New York BufTalo York 4Buffalo Crario and Ewing StalTorcl iind Mackv y Second New York 610 70 0 14 3 0 1 New 17 Buffalo 18 York 5 Buffalo 3 Ewing OlDay and Yauphn1 Stafford and Holdgan Umpircsr7 Gaffnoy and Sheridan BOSTON The Brotherhood team knocked Gruber all over the grounds again 1000 4 3 0 018 Cleveland 00 1 2 0 0 Boston 23 Cleveland 13 Bos ton 10 Badbourue Murphyand Swctt nan Ferguson and Holbert The National The home League team easily dofcatedCleve and Attendance New 1 0 1 0 6 h0 4 00 0 0 0 1 York 0 Cleveland 4 York 1 Cleveland Buckley Vian aud Zimmur The bestbattery workof thehoraeteam won to game Attendance OO S 3 2 4 0114 Philadelphia 5 andKecJ Mullaiie Sept the Senat Eyarts presented a resolution from Buffalo Merchants Exchange favoring reciprocity not only with the nations t the south but also with that on the north The House bill in relation to lotteries wa reported from the Postofflce Committee placed on the calendar with notification bj Sawyer that he would ask its consideration as soonas the Tariff bill passed TheTariff bill was then taken up and the schedule considered Carlisle gave notice that he would move to strike out al relative to sugar countries Hale offered the reciprocity amendment he had given notice on tbe 19th o July and addressed the Senase upon the dcslrabillty of such au interchange of prod ucts as the amendment proposed He said it had boon a subject which had given rise to tho closest attention und had re suited in grave and pertinent suggestions from eminent public men of the United during the last thirty years How over there had been a gradual falling off of American trade with Central and South America andthe isles of the sea they must havewitnessed those conditions with tho greatest impatience The people of all those countries had a common interest with thp people of tho United States VAlluding to the late PanAmerican Hiile said it proved that the same considerations which had theiv influence in the United States were also moving iu tho minds of eminent men from the sister who took part in the proceedings of that Congress and that they pointed to ono sure inevitable end increased trade between the United States and these people Those considerations which applied to an extension of trade and increased Inter chahge of products applied not only to the nations of Central and South America but to tho islands of the Spanish Main Halo assured the Senators who repre sented tho sorghum and beet sugar districts that he was not in antagonism with thorn Ifthose Senators objected to the policy of trying to secure some benefits from those countries for tlie repeal of on their he asked thorn how much raore they ought to object to au unreserved repeal of those duties Itwould bo declared a policy pot muchshort of lunacy to repeal the sugar dutiesunless the repeal was used to obtain some benefits for the products of labor To him one as sure as the tides and the sunrise and that was the policy suggested by the President and of Statei and which had se iqured tho attpntionand the approval of the wiseststatesmen last thirty years wasa policy that had como the people There never was a time more fitted to try tho planthan now Allison niadea long statement of the re ceipts and expenditures of Government arid the probable effect of the Tariff bill on the finances He said the total expendi tures for ithe current fiscal year would bo and the total revenues Including postal receipts and everything If there were no tariff bill to be passed and if the situation remained unchanged there would be a sur plus of revenue over expenditures for the current fiscal year of He had not included in the expenditures the amount that would be paid for silver or claims against the Government other than those which have passed Congress He figures putanapcrease of of revenue under the pending bill as against a decrease of from putting sugar articles on the free list so that had to be taken off from the surplus of leaving some surplus at of the year paying nothing on the sin king fund Taking Into account the balance now in the Treas Uryi and this surplus Allison Calculated that tho Treasurer would have on the first of July 1891 unless in the meantime he redeemed cent bonds as he Allison hoped the Secretary would proceed to do without delay He de clared that In his judgment it was a wise off the duties He bad not the slightest fear that there would be from it1 to the Treasury cer tainly not within several years to come Ho was also in favor of a further extension of trade but hoped that in any such arrangement it would be seen to that the United States had its just share of the v Gibson ofjfered an amendment to tbe the words syrups beet sorghum or sugar He made an argument against the sugar bounty nropo sitioriHxhd said that it was wandering away from Blaine broad and generousx proposi Sherman views on the sub jectofreciprocity and spoke of thedifficul of reciprocity by treaty closely contested iind exciting viuning 2 0 0 0 5 BrooklynV Pittsburg 6 Brooklyn 2 BatteriesfrDay and Decker Carruthers and Clark The Boston and cnicago National League earns were to play two games 2 oclock no umpire ou the While tonnger Soter and Iressing Anson started the earaeVlwith his own catcher Nagle as u m pi re aucr Bos ton a YVbenSodeirand iad they to o on Anson note he timo vSubstitute hen Ausorivref used to tiini unlesstie produced frorivPresi After forfeitedto en Chicacoans to play andif tor waiting five oBostoni later however that he diduH enowthat halfan iunihghAd matter will hive to Joston Avon and errors ihl Chicago 3 ell Hutchinson and Tbe first proposition of Hales amendment was almost a It authorized President of the United further legislation the ports of the United Staeesfree and open to all the any Nation of the American hemisphere upon which no export duties are imposed Was asked a nation Senatpr Hale saidtoday that he IBut was Canada embraced in that list ofnatiqus He had asked the Senator that question and the Senator had replied is quite a and yet if arr angeme nts we m ade w Ith any cbiintry they ought to be made withTCan on to criticize unfavorably Halesr one that would allow the rf ree importation of wool zincv igoldv ores j was in formed vthat the amendment had not beencarefuliyi drawn but was simply intended to propose the principlerof rrecipro His Own aLmeudment faadf beenIn sagarj and irernlnded by Sherman that norubber so arrangement Vith of thenthere no trade made Tlie there is advocated direct representawoa to Aii 1m m dirty of as niayr bo prgarilzipd to iad ypcivte single tax Wednesday eH said there would be a surplus this year of fivemillion bales of cotton a hundred million bushels of wheat and five hundred million bushelsot corn What is fcc be done with all thatsurplus if tho foreign market i was to be closed And you the American farmer had been told by tbe Senator from that he produced too much and that the remedy was to limit production and he had been void by tho Senator from Connecticut Hawley that if a high tariff wall were maintained around the United States for fifty years the Ameri can farmer would come out afterwards rich and happy The Senate at 10 p m adjourned till to morrow House WASHINGTON Sept the House this morning Lacey called up and the House proceeded to consideration of thw Clay tonKreckinridge election case Cooper Ohio opened the debate Ho re viewed the state leading up to tbe assassination of Clayton and said it was tho opinion of the majority that the murder grew directly the political methods adopted in that country that view the majority echoed the almost universal senti ment of nil sections of the bailorsbox steal ing and stxiffiiig intimidation and murder prevailing there He passed high encomi ums on the people of the State of Arkansas and contended that if the election methods in vogue in that State were abandoned the commonwealth would soon bo alive with industry and manufactures Wilson joined with tho gentleman from Ohio in his pjuiosyrie upon the people of Arkansas but be regretted that the gen tleman only today discovered how good the people of Arkansas were If he had discovered sooner he could never have signed the majority report The instigator of this investigation was Powell Clayton but Powell Clayton was the dead mans brother and he would say to Powell Clay ton in the language of the Almighty Ven geance is mine I will Ho could not forget that If Powell Clayton could divest himself of tho baneful intln ence of Poker Jack McCJuro ho would be himself again and would not pursue Breck iuridge from motives of vengeance The then went over until tomorrow and Cannon took the floor in a statement relative to the appropriations made by this session of Congress Sayors a member of tbe Appropriations Committee reviewed the financial situation from a The bill was passed declaring Hock Island a port of delivery The Speaker announced the appointment of Flick as a member of the Kaum investigation committee in place of Suiyscr resigned Adjourned ON THE BRIDGE AT MIDNIGHT THE BOLD EXPLOIT OF SOUTHERJSY KOUBJERS Tho Enjfinoer Breaks Open tho Express Car anid tho Messenger Hands Out tho Boodle MOBILE Sept Louisville Nashville Cannon Ball train last night was held up at Peosacola Junction by robbers who entered the express car and compelled the messenger to give up the contents of the safe It is not known at this time the extent of tho loss Having secured tho valuables the robbers jumped off and took to the woods Engineer Bob says he was pplltng his train got be turned around and saw the men standing near him Before he could ask a queition or look twice two big revolvers were in his e He was told to run his train up to the bridge some jniles distant and stop on the bridge There was nothing left for him to do bur to obey and he did so The engineer was told to get off his en gine Then a robber directed to go to the express car aud force an entrance the robber putting a heavy mallet in his hand did so and burst open the car door The express messenger Archie Johnson was standing in his car with a pistol in his hand but seeing Sizer he lowered it The next minute he was covered and told to lay down his gun and he obeyed Then a robber standing in the car door compelled tho messenger to open tho safe and hand him all tbe money While this operation was going on the fellow was standing in the door coolly looking at his victim and firing first to one side of the train and then the otherj to overawe the passen gers and train crew When he gol the money the robber told followhim The man showed the way to the engine made pull out and witb a parting shot aud a wild yell dashed off in the bushes and waslost to sight A josso has left Flomation and another has eft Mobilein pursuit of the robbers Pretty Billy DENVER toTRIB Pretty was arrested in this city today by detect ives at the request of the St Louis authori Atkins is charged with having jumped a S3000 bond at where he had been arrested for working tho gold brick ame being caught in the act at the time He works tbe Indian dodge and is known to of and most successful confidence men in the country Atkins will je held until an officer arrives from St Louis with the requisition papers MIZNER BADLY SCARKD Threatened With Assassination and Advised to Leave NEW YpBK Sept 2 A Guatemala special to the HcroM says Minister Izmirs firm friends are urjaiig him to abandon the city f save his life The followers of Seneral Barrundia threaten to kill him on sight They are incensedby his order to Captain Pitts to surrender their chief and responsible for the subsequent tragedy board the Upto thepresent time Mizner no signs of accepting the ad vice of his friends The almost threats oi assassination lave batlly frightenedhim and the legation s constantly guarded Is talked of the attempt of Barrundlas daughter to kill Mizrieiv V The actsare substantially as sent by eye labile the servants disarjoiing th e woiii an it t is t saicl th at Mizner ran nto A crowd being of who BOTH SIDES OF THE CASE Webb and Fowderly Before the Boarif of Arbitration THE CHICAGO CARPENTERS QUIT WORK Six Thousand Men Disagree Witlv Their Go Ijomlon Ship Owners Combine Against LaborThe Australian Strikes YORK Sept Stato Board of Arbitration begun an investigation hereto day asto the difficulties existing between the New York Central Railroad and tbe Knights of Labor Third VicePresident Webb of the Now York Central was tho first witness and said tho company had uo con troversy with its employees On tho oven ing of August Sth a large number of em ployees left and their places had boon filled The alleged cause was that seventyeight members of the Knights out or been discharged They were discharged for good cause but only seven of these men ap plied to tho company for information as to why they were discharged Subsequently a gentleman from another Stato called and wanted to know why tbe men were dis charged Witness declined to givo hia reasons This gentleman was Mr Holland Upon being crossexamined by General Roger Pryor Webb said that he had dis charged the men on reports from members of the secret service of the company Tho charge itself was unsatisfactory service An engineer named Lee was discharged for unsatisfactory service Lee was very arro gant and insolent and said that ho would tie up every wheel between here and Buffalo if ho did uot got SOMO of the Van derbilt money Continuing Webb said that several of the men knew the causes for which they were discharged Their relation with the Knights of Labor had nothing to do with their discharge Mr Vryor inquired to find if the of Labor question had been discussed by the board but tho board declined to admit the question J That shuts us remarked turning around to tho Knights ofLabor Ex ecntivo Webb said ho had ar ranged for the services of Pinkortou men sometime before tho strike When asked about ths details of the arrangements Webb declined to answer Hedld notseek pro Lection of the police authorities butder pended wholly on tho Pinker ton men Webb was followed by members of the Knights of Labor dismissed by the New York Central Their testimony went over the ground of the alleged supposed of their dis missal and incidents connected therewith already substantially covered 3n these patches V Holland and Devlin of theExecutive Committee testified to their efforts about a settiementof the difficulty byarbl E T Lee introduced correspondence be tween himself and Powderly Tbe latter advised him to move cautiously as he was in conflict with a corporation that controlled tho courts Qn August 2nd Powderly the condition Tf thereis trouble it will is I advise you to avoid a all hazards as the order cannot support now Act on the following suggestions Get permission from you such good and reliable and secure places them in the West Then have them ask for shorter hours and11 higher wages This the road will not grant Then have take the new places secured for Do this eecretlv and wait until Depew returns He is a Presidential candidate andwbuUT notcare fora strikeon his General Master Workman Powderly next called Pending the strike number Interviews with the roads offi elals He related his interview with Webbi and brought out nothing THE AUSTRALIAN TROUBLES The Employers arid CapftalfeteForm a Protective Sept Coast shipping trade is partly resumed Tho places made vacant on the vessels by striker are filled in many cases by men The situation at the gasworks Is SYDNEY Sept meetingot employers of all classes today resolved time had arrived when it is foe the employers and capitalists to form iPro tective Association and cooperate in fight ing the battles of against the course of the unions The Unionist Employers was accordingly constituted andf a committee appointed to draft a scheme of Colonial cooperation f SiX THOUSAND IDLiE Another Great Carpenter Strike Chicago CHICAGO Sept The great strike of journeymen carpenters opened this ing It is estimated carpenters are pi these four struck tod ay and two thousand wereial7 ready out of work through the bosses ing up jobs in anticipation of the Practically all the union men are The Carpenters Council this jafternoon decided that all un ion menjln the of bosses paying cents per iour and allowing the efgbthour day shouldiat oioca return to work and President night said that over tvo thousand went to work under this i TRADES UNIOX AM Trades Union Congress to President of the Congress dress be said tiat suitsof thJ wbuldlencburaRe great The edly shrived txj energeticaHy i try to secure V a working Vtlay of eight hours abill If forS A iW wish bfther was lib reasbh why aa y ;