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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING 01s ALL THE OTHEft AILIES THE WIOST IX THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION YOL IftiHJSrTRlBUTE TO JOES The Silver Senator Presented With a CuriouslyWrought Cane 60V WESTS PRESENTATION SPEECH SALT LAIOB CITY UTAH THUBSDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1890 PRICE FIVE CEKTS An Appropriate of the Senators the Recipient Makes a Graceful Ack Stewart Compli ments the Men Of guished Congressmen Present 00 LAKK TntBUNB 517 Fourteenth Sirreot n Sept a 1800 John Jhamberlttln8 hospituhlo piirlora havo hold many decorously Jolly crowds and Hfltcncd to yards of speeches which if in public would havo made tho reputations of their authors but tlicy nover crintftincda nioro congenial or eloquent assemblage than gatbored last even ing anrioc tlio ohoorful gntdanco of oxGov ftjnor Caleb B West to 06 houor on behalf of Otabtplends to Senator John P Tones of Ncvnfla The tiroy and eloquent Senator Blackburn of Kentucky presided and gathered around him were Senators Stowart nnA Squire Roprwsentatlvoa Oaruth Bliss Goodolffht Thompson cxDoorkoopor Dori iildsou 9 Moore tho Pursee merchant Tlon Gcorgo 0 Tones loader or the Croon hack Marcus SmlLh OeicKato from Ari zona Hon GTOIPO 0 Oorham TriB TKIBUNK coiTCApondorifc and several Senator Jones thought ho had struck a ponulno Western load as lio drifted Into tho room and helped to assuruncCH ol his dlstinjjiilshod iwisldaraUon Senator HJftijkburn was tolllnjc n Konttioky story Governor was presiding with dignity a refractory oorksoicnv and obony cdlorod waiter was kooplnj guard over a til aok nn cased croldhwided cano In tlie back room when tho trouble began Senator Blackburn wns silently culled to tho ihulr and after tho assurances of rtls tlriKulghofJ recognition had boon several Units renewed ho Interrupted Senator In fcho inldMfc of one of his best by informing him lhat rumors of his inipo condition while riding on San lrftn cisoo stroot ours had reached niunerouP frlonils and Uiat the present oocasUMi was found to try to romocly his trouble In Uila respect A strong admirer had heard turn sfy that ho perfectly happy If be only had antokel always at his command otroef railway faro He would call unon exGovernor West to explain the mat more a Kentucky man who hudsunk his Bqmucnvoy In said that this ploaslnp flutv dart been devolved upon bim by a written commission which ho would now present in bhP letterfrom one best and gentlest of men and 0116 of the wftrrnosraclTnlrors of Senator John Jones namely Goodwin SALT LAKK CITV August i5th 1890 Qnrrnor dispatch WAS yesterday for which 1 niuuti oblige 1 Ln Min the day l hoard thai would prob ublV romnlu in yt few todftV I luil dlreoted to you n puoKftptp for SoiSto JonoH Lust full when in Kranoiwo Tn conversation with tho Soiifttor ho mcnLlonpri ncldciU Illy that thf of his was rld np on cnrs of thM city but thatono of of csistfiicn is to hid the I mv Ho that ir ho only a piu hat on ftroasoimblw pressure would shoe nlc kol ufHldbc tho impnlcst man in world 1 tried to him to havo such a cano nmnulac r l in n Francisco wMlo tlioro but tho man ufactiirors there Insisted thnt they could not sorno tfuo returned from Washington months ago ho sulcl tho reason ho wtil IW in Wellington wnrf booMUo Senator Jortf his coat ft ml puslUlthrough wlmt ho was trying to gotdotm 11 i irt ita rnr IMI mfl nA arks about tho ouny 1 told lilru how like to Iwvn U fixed and he suld with my sue coupled with KomnWoiw of his boikVtxVhA could work it out So nowrote Mst uud In dun time thooivno wiw liiirl piild for it in one dollar nubscrip o one bolnR pnrmlttMl o ray uioro than that o socclit to you to narry It ami towlpr j t to tlu Fomuor Toll him people here v to have It us ft Htiln of their him Toll him I am cotrornori that my intorost in U Is simply in tho of froet our to niaM Vhfct ho thoy wiilliavo u ehiuiftO n t irist to roilect ho regulation 1 Sought you might put UP R job Go Sonatorof largo ciumcaly In the 1 of thf mouth to sloor him Into thorn vow nroscathim tho ftiid mlpht bo able to HoaTe tho for rnoutrh to i uluht of it it gtvos UK is to send tho ortno to yon as 1 it will to the aucl to prosciU it Sinccrolyyour Hou Oftlot West Brlgss P C t This said Govornor comes wolglitedwitlvtho pratitudo of tho communities which if mid o sorvod Tt with It the sincere rojcards of the men j who havolookocl to you for years as the ioaOor in a great movement Jind which bus boon crowned with succpsa largely ihvough Thoiittlo pleasantry wniotf estedlw form afforded opportunity f evidence or genuine affection from the per sonal friends and of respect tiori from the many aclrnirors whichhyou have gained in lltnh v i have had tho pleasure of banqueting your distinguished oollcagiio Senator Stew art and of thus formally bJm our appiooiation of Ws effortsIn behnlf of silver It would bo asouvcoof great grat floation could we have you with us hv Salt Lake on it similar ocojusion But we cannot Trait adjournment to lot you feel a faint pulsation of applause vour splonflld fight for silver mag for the lcadmining In unique cano Ttwas made of ebony with a chased gold head on which was engraved U S SENATOR J P JONES Withthe best wishes of His UTAH FRIENDS The bond which was hollow was filled with bright now nickels which could be re leased one by one by the pressure of the much like tho cartridges in a maga zine gun JOJTES RKSPONT3S Senator Jones rising to respond to Gov ernor Wests eloquent speech was greeted withround after round of applause He was niticb ufToctcd bo at this utterly un oxpectod Lift lio bad been lured upstairs us he aupposccl for a friondly chat with a gathering of Western friends with whom ho wns always glad to meet but this gift so touching to him In its origin made it almost Impossible for him to speak It carao with a from an old und dear Irtond whom ho bo bus Icnnwn first In years long past in tho sombro shadows of the Nevada mountains and tho Hleep leso vigils of tho everlasting hills at a thno when hope ambition and courage filled their hearts and tho future seemed always bripht however dark the present Ho thanked him and through him tbo friends hi Utah whohad sent to him tills It represented to him Infinitely rnoro than its It stood for friendships cemented by honost toil association In trial and despondency It cJimo from rntsn whose sturdy integrity whoso marvelous American Institutions wherover they1 had located hud built up a vast Tillstouching present was more accepta ble to him comingfrom Utah men than admiration from any European country or u recognition from an American President Ho wished them to know this and to foel It Tho luirt especially his eloquent friend Governor West had ipoferrocl to his services In tho cause of silver and tho minor Ho would hitvo boon recreantto convictions which thrilled in every flbre of his being had ho done less than ho had clone lie firut took up tho cause of a dishonored money metal aud began to study tha problem ho little knows how fcho vista of research would open up bo fore him lib soon found that however groat the wrong clone tbo mining Interests It wurf always infinitely small compared to visited upon the workers outsldo of the minors and that the cause of tlio Western minor was the oauseof human fty Itsclif It hud boon a hard struggle bo OIMIHO whore avarice and cupidity wore masquerading ns virtue and honesty It was moro to arouse tho public con science but tbo mask has at length torn aside and tho lirst groat stop taken towardsthe complete rocoronatlon of silver to her rightful throne FcoIToiS and Pharisees alike havo had a groat light break upon them The pro ducers and consumers alike are beginning to fool tbo vitalizing thrill of an increased volume of currency and discover that the advance in silver towards Its proper posi tion benefits the world at largo vquite as much if not tho formerly tra duced minors and their representatives In Jones spoke in glowing terms of TTtah He said that No vaduancl California had given to it Its best blood splendid oxiimples of Ameri can TiMinliopd which it contained were carv Its erecting In Its valleys Imperishable to honest oildoavor and royal physique He hoped somefljiy tcvseeUtah juidNeyada within tha satno The men of Utah could tho just whore thoy pleased When that day came heWould then no Iprigor bo In tho way of any political ambitions Tho people ofktho West whom bo lovocl had honored him far above his deserts and ho owedthem a debt of gratitude which ho should not attempt to repay Tic was theirs Tils whole nature responded to this occasion so personal to Ivlmyso effective In its origin TIo should always remember it and remembering It as associated with tho memories of dear friends In Western homos and and as an expression Of their regards madeamid surroundlnga and in a company never to be forgotten f Governor assumed the role of ioastmuMtm and with rare felicity called up bno after another of tho guests to do honor to tho Senator Tho assurances were again renewed and Senator Stewart spoke most feelingly of his colleague He said that no such gathering as in Salt Lake when ho was complimented by its citizens could bo found elsewhere It was tho host tho West Tho men who were pioneers ITT mining wore all plokod young mon thii best ol tho East and those who re mained now could proudly compare their Intelligence and patriotism and tbe results or their labors with any Americans else where THE TIUBUNK correspondent then re spondee for THIS LAKU TUTBUNE Ho followed by Goodnight and Delegate Smith Hon George 0 Jones delivered a splepdid eulogy ou and gave the ppiu ioivof Senator Conklingon bis surpassing ability as a public educator on the silver quostlon Vrunk Morgan spoko for the press and salt that the day when n speecli the galleries had passed by NatlbnuT Oornmittocmau Dickson of tho District oC Columbia spoko of Senator Jones as Vi public benefactor and Representative Oaruth incidents of Senator Bocks deep affection tor tho Nevada Sen ators and his appreciation of their work West gave the concluding toast of the evening the following languuge Allow us on this 00 all assurances of distin guished regards heretofore entertained nnd often expresseduncler sim IhivCircumstances favoring op portuolty offering music playing bright JUphtsburnlng bright eyes smiling sweet voices singing and theraoori gently rising qvor tho Wasatoh wo are likely To do so The company then 36nrned Senator Jones and cortgrutulatlons for the able and wittj1 tbdstmaster of the evening You have been for years flpr ure in a stupendous contest inwhich wlth small band of ablo associates you have urifllnohlnjrly faced overwhelming odds and hyVhe sheer lorco of intelligence splendid victory Your name is H house Lold tho mining regions of thpAVcst not only on tho exchanges in the qpuntlng rooms or wealth but i iv tho d nip p tu nncls atid d where the miners foebly thonsh thousands of feet iinrtor the Those who have known you admire and regard and estoem yoft for Blt the results of audlftDorsand oratory oro only reviving donesainuoV to secure as agrl onlture quickens und of recent Jprtitudc POClvETED THE INTEREST How Cliicapoe City Treasurers v Make Both Ends OniCAOO Sept hiU was filed in the CJpurt on behalf of the d tyC of Ch iciigo against City Treasurer Rousing and sevoraV banks for auaccount ingofinteTeston the money placed in tbeibiinks by Koesiug This Is the open up of old qoestlon whioh the City Wishes to settlb de flnltely For has beencustomary forithotreasur city f inHhe banks hdfto rettiin thb interest pcrquJsito Tbis jnade the zv very desirabl o one as the interest a dozen years past amounted to be twcen today chargesi thatdeposits uiider or presumably jn th b sainib iii an n erias tnat jnentlonod A REBELLIOUSREPUBLICAN Congressman Kennedy Makes a lent Attaekoa the Senate A RED HOT ARRAIGNMENT OF TRAITORS Senatorial Courtesy Covers a Mul titude of Senatorial Quay a Branded Criminal Who Ought to Hang Tariff Discussion WASHINGTOX House Man sur reported a tho Committee on Territories toproceed to Arizoho and Now Mexico and the social educational financial moral conditions and report whether they are prepared for State hood also to inquire into the extent of celestial marriage in that Territory Buchdvian objected to its con sideration Tho House then proceeded to the consia oration of the OlaytonBreokinrldge case Bergen resumedhisargument of unseating After depicting the assassination tori he criticized Hrcokinridgo for his seat and therefore advantage he had bad not done so but had stood who had stood by him to tho death lireckLriridge a party to the conspiracy whlcshBended in tragedy Ho trusted not Hewas almost ready to say thai ho believed not He would feel verysud to malco any statement on this loor as as that but it had been in Breckinridges power to save the life of Had he1 done it It was said ho had Ho Bergen trusted that ho hud but tho gentleman evaded saying so Crisp saiathc majority reported upon UKlhbt upon proof had boon one butgiying J avion every votn there would have been no changein tlwjirimaJodeluxe certificate hud lo long hiiforc tho assassination of Clayton Crisp gayo notice tjint ho would lit this prooer Umo movo Lo reoomnnfcthVrqpoliJitions with m strLtctions UioCouimlttBCbii Rleotions toUscor tuin whether Hreckittriclgo orOlayton received a majority of votescast attho election Lacuy replied to Grisp and criticised the minority report OuUnvaiUv Ohio Jirguftd in support of the itting memhor rntftining Kolloy in favor minority Ohio saidthe details of the Clivyton uiiasfthhowud oouolusively that fed eral election laws should bo enacted He ro proaohod severely Senators who Imd benn bill For dent in tihn party fullv tliat party foreverdissent rondor dowuthe lap tho colors of the Republioan partyto foe that tho had been killed hyRcipublicans or pretended Repub licans IB ittruo that without fair treatment a bill which1 the Houpe of Ropresentativo pcritlvely was demanded for the of I t eti n Tlfl f T V histor the people of the United de manded prompt action tor redress v ThG Tar iff bill was taken gar schedule being under consideration Ed munds addressed the Senate HttjjreCerred to the assertion ID Vances even ing that farmers bear all the customs duties while they from thero Edmunds went the mica tobacco rice tartan d ttir peutino tax which benefited of North Carolina Vance had declared there was nothing on the free list except on which the duty was Coming to the question of Edmonds1 redaHed the history an fUprfLCticali operation to the of the Canadian reciprocity treaty Of He opposed placing sugar on list and as to reciprocity with Central and South America said the coun try for oomrooditles did not depend as much upon its numbers as uppn the state society its wealth And its ciyjlmitipn When he looked at any Central American statehe thought speaking with reserve and that any one hundred aver age people iii North America during the last year consumed the pro ducts merchandise food tht goto make up the comfort ofmankind than average people in South American states ex pectation of the United States to dispose of a large increase of rod nets was in his opinion one of the greatester rors brilliant men or statesmen had lately fallen into He did mean that be was not glad to try the plan of receiving any of the pro ducts of those countries which United States did not produce the products which they did not produce Morgan addressed the Senate in support of the amendment heretofore proposed by him as a substitute for AldrichS reciprocity amendment It provides 3 per cent ad valorem on corn wiieaCrye barley oats hay straw do mestic animals or asses mules and horses and when any i articles firo exported a premium of 3 ceiit be paid on their valueto the owner Voorhoes addressed the tliere was developed a vivid and pictmesqiie de nunciation of the McKinley bill asthe cul mination of a precoedlng legislation E vaits spoke of the various reciprocity amendments and being objectionable He concluded by say ing Mako your tariff as you obhersmiuke theirs as they think right and when you reach such a position that you can devour the sn bstance1 of nations better by free trade1 than ypucaiv preserve your own substance by Men change your Gray complimented on his amend ment which meant nothing less than abso lute free trade throughout the Western Hemisphere Halo corrected the statement as Can ada und said he never intention of including thatcountry Recesssj There was but small attendance the evening session which wass occupied by Pierce in a speech advocating1 ieciprbcity THE SALT THK GREATEST Papers of Stanclart nd Jpnon log I Svithouf ot its clerisioniftncV this It was the House of Eoprosentatiysi thatits nopr might be purged 6f to enter by reason of violence aiicl The the Unltcd StatoV wijlloarn a bar of public opinion it is HQW L 1 fnrin 1 OOUTtOSy being The cloak of has become a stencharid ft byword in the mouths ofall honest citizons of It makes1 a cloak which ignoraiU and arrogant wealth can purchase its way and then hiclQ its cowardly hoiidibehiiifl the shameless protection of Senatorialsilence It seems a cloak which coyer up from tho public pjizo of an outraged mios which demand anunvostipafion and which merit punishment brutal laws and Violated statutes It clpnk behind which petty pnrty bickorinKS may barter away principles and play tlwuenjagopue ia the in co of tho people If means a cloak pre tended fairness hides head ni secret it is trading in the richts and liberties of the means under which not only the timid but tha cowardly politiciau iiphistrncks and be either foul or fair as necespitydprnands The houv lor courtesy The tqara of Sciiatorinl progress must Riveway to the motor of a more enlightened and progressive anddeter mincd Let the old and threadbare cloak of Senatorial P wifch and the ihiil of Eeforrinp to the betrayal of Kennedy siud 11 and that Judas should bo paidthirty murks of silver it was still part of thiseternal fitness of things that bavins been guilty of the tho centuries ho should go out inq banghimself TliswjVYis repeatinc itself The fireat cnn party thirtylive years has vet ussistod in tho shackles ol a and pnctcd that ft redeemitsrprestigeaud bo faithful to its about false and the pro raises are not to bo redeemed yiictoripus fronVevery field aud if it isbccanse own ranks thoro arejtljoso Avho to the trust reposed iu thorn If is onlv chosen bartered away its principles for tricks und petty schemes of Iscariotof two thousand years ago is to llivd a couuterpiirt iritlift pT today nnd went onfniul hivngod tation lloor mid clenoiniced bpcn when charged with corruption and1 branded withyni famy ho domand im investipatiou anclinauiry tb a should establish ancVmonthout tqbe crimoa und misdemeanors for winch if should havo laws of his and out to him tho fullest measures This man ij n Kepublicau silo Is it juh to remain in my scat silent is Accused of and hiis isalte publioan and RepubHcau arecognized1 lenderof my honor to lo pot know l Vu I t OTT1 TTM The second tSe morning aftiec ing sm of the make RipGrandeto make one around the Dr A 0 Standart ofSalt Lake a paperon The Oliwate of Lake The doctor1 be tbe greatest in ithe The said tor possesses a climate own arid Theprevailing winds ho declared that the beautiful was due to tbCmiollifylng THE NEWS FROM ABROAD Germans Petition the Chancellor for American Pork BERLINS MEAT ALLOWANCE REDUCED Germany Has the Meanest Mother iuLaw on and Italy Arranging a The Cholera at Madrid BERLIN Sept United States Minister was interviewed today regarding Senator Edmundss moat Inspection bill He said Public opinion in Germany is doing work for us as rapidly as we could expect Different Gorman interests are bombarding Chancellor Caprivi so hotly we can afford to wait a little Our latest news is the startling appeal the mu nicipal authorities of Berlin have just ad dressed to the Chancellor From April 1880 to April 1800 the city of Berlin made a gain in population of According rate of consumption this in crease in population should cause an in crease of bead in the importation of swine but instead of that the imports have decreased by a loss to the Ber linconsumption of a year Matters Chancellor has withdrawn the edict excluding Austrian pigSv and now only Russia and America sulfer from this unjust restriction I ex pect the prohibition against Kussian swine will soon be removed and then our turn will come In the meantime I am iiofc a bit 1 A VICIOUS MOTHERINLAW The Worst on Record Turns Up in Germany BERLIN Sept Dispatch San Francistio The most malicious and unscrupulous motherinlaw has just been brought before the German public in a sensational lawsuit in Freiburg With no other motive than an uncontrollable desire to have her own way she ruined the home of her soninlaw Dr Hoeck sent his wife in grief to the grave sliole his child repeatedly conspired with coin won criminals for years to kill him and finally offered a reward to that member of her army of spies and thugs who The name of this remarkable woman is Buckley Dr Hoeck Grstimet her in Schey eningen in 1876 tfo was handsome and of considerable promise and altogether a most desirable match for the widow Bulkleys marriageable daughter She got him and the trouble began at once because as Dr Hoeaks lawyers recently expressed it Vidow Bulkley endeavored to exercise an undue influence over the affairs of the The unpleasantness swelled to riotous proportions when little Hoeck was born on naming it after departed and Hoeck in awe Hoeck Dr Hoeck carried his it was a victory wormwood and gall intowidow Bui jjileyiVsTaftuT and complete the overthrow the Hoock houso An AustroItalian Sept Bourse claims posi tive knowledge that Premier Orispl tiiating with or a renewal of the Austrpltalifin alliapce and that Italy is to i inreturn for friendly Austrias annexation of Bosnia above the saline waters ho yeld mpre readily to treatment In intensity in ihe elevated JHigh winds and electrical he claimed to bo uhkhowh in Salt Lake basin professor Marcus Tones followed iaVthp exhibition of of charts illus trative of Dr arts Ho con sidercd that what consumptives require is an even temperature in the winter which he showed that Salt Lake possesses advantage of any locality mer Denver and Salt Lake are ajmost identical He also displayed 4 which he showed that the gion of the Ves is a panacea or lung troubles but not for nervous troubles J Dr Si E Solley of Colorado Springsfpl lowed with a paper the chances of jrc coisumptiyes coming to Colorado are at least to one Re gave a somewliat humorous accouatiof the difference between an an ing to his his directions implicitly waits till heris most gorie becomes almost hysterical in his Dr Knight of BpstonVDr1 Fisk of Penver both of rado and resort rfoHithbse pulmonary com Dr George Foster of Siil t ty the first paper hermaVSprJDgs of Salt Lake value of considered they wereof yafiie where the imagination wasnot sin I do know as owed i t to tho jrtiat cither to brand their faisitvvor to in he luin he remains under stancesis a guilt An honorable sailed should They will conclude their tendered bythe Denver iMedicaL Assdclatiqn StocAssociation ous madoto into effect by sj it wiUnecessttato during the amirilon ot cattle i inarkefe i ofFectrof lunningftHe Australian Colliers Strike Sept The colliers in Wai kato district have gone put on a Ac strike moyenQent is extending in Tbe miners have Struck probable that all the Broken JTUlriiines wiltbe closedby Saturday next PANAMA The Panama railway strike continues and there been some disorder Troops have been sent to Colon Thesteamers1 will probably bo detainedon of the i Chblera at Madrid LONDON It is reported that there are casesof cholera in Madrid and Barce lona I CAPITAL NOTES A Decision in Reference to the Pnr chase of Silver Sept The silver offer in gs to the Treasury Department today to The amount purchased was as ounces and ounces at Si Secretary Windom and the Director of the M iVit bad a consultation this afternoon re garding tbe silver oneresult of which decision that the Department will purchase ounces each hiOHth reck oning from the date when the law took effect action accounts for the com light today as the purchases since ultimo purchases amounts to ounces of the with ten days remaining ThePresidenttod I tted thVVecbramendations of the In terna tioiaal American Conference from Secretary letter the Preside t says The rati flcation of the reports will the bappiest and most Jippef ul1 nci de n i n e history of th e West has Bordered to Aspin su pposed this Tumors of A threatened ra11rpadtrikejattuat v v beenred viced during ROMANCE AND CASH THE SURPLUS EXPLAINED An American Belle Mexi can Mines Plantations NEW YORK Sept San Francisco Cftrwifclc Francis Bartlett Von Glumer at one time New Yorks lending society belle arrived from Havana yesterday She is a relative of the late Washington A Bartlctt Governor of California Mrs Von Glumcr WHS edu catedin Europe and to her charm of face aud figure added intellectual ability of high order Thirty years ago she married a wealthy Cuban planter Esteran Santa Croiz Ovjedo and went with him u his native wedding was one of the events or the season and took place in the old Patricks Cathedral in Mulberry street Tbe bride wore a costume and as a weddinq gift from bor husband received a diamond necklace valued The poem A Diamond by E 0 Stcdman was written in honor of the wed ding In Cuba the planter husband died and tho widow went to Mexico where she has shiee beenliving She is now the wife of Lien tenantColonelVon Glumer of the corps of engineers To a reporter last evening Mrs on Ghuner talked interestingly of her lans and history T represent capital to hp amount of sho said and mostly invested in coal silver and gold nines and plantations T suppose you do ibt consider that I am capableto manage inch an enormous business Well I will ell you that 1 havo sole charge of ilvo of my husbands plantations employing 5000 t negroes and that during the time I had j ihargo of them I saved him more money haix during any other period of his life I im representing t gentleman who came here ast year to transact business but whose efforts T am determined to succeed 1 feel pretty sure of carrying out my The Central Investigation NKW Before tho State Board of Arbitration today General Man iger Toucey of the Now York Central testi fied that MasterWorkman Leo before tbo trike alluded to the watering of tbe com panys stock intimated that some one was naking agood deal of money and ho aud the other men ought to have some of it Master Mechanic Buchanan testified that e discharged Leo orders of YicePresi dent Webb and had no personal knowledge ofthe cause Of tboseventyeight men discharged be knew the causes of two only Malloy and Conway Malloy was discharged for obtaining a pass under false pretenses ind Conway for neglect of duty TrainmasterJ W Stevens testified that lie never told any employee that ho must either leave the Knights of Labor or leave the road John Scery employed under tes tified that Stevens asked him if it was true that ho had joined tho Knights of Labor told him it was Stevens told him he had better of the Knights of Labor or it might cost him his bread and butter Bow Parsimomons Democracy dogged the Wheels of Industry REED ADDRESSES A BOSTON AUDIENCE The Appropriations of the Present s Were Honest and mate Tho Kansas Nominate a Ticket The State Elections A TiRRIFIC CRASH MONSTER ICEBKKG A A Thrllllnsr Experience on the Steamship SixHundred Passeu jcrs Expected Down MONTRBAT Quebec Sepb Tho Eoyal steatnship Oifiptain Dominion line in port today experilence while onthe way across The Yancouver sailed from Liverpool at niidT niffht Thursday August 21st with nearly 600 passengers onboard morning a fog the speed had been reduced todead slow A shavP lookout was kept from the boat as well asby two officers one beinR the captain onthe bridge AH at once what denso fog bank was observed about three lengths of the vessel ahead but moment more it was discovered to be a huge iceberg extend ing to a great distance either side of tho course of tbe ship and a collision was in evitable The order was instantly sent to the en gineers to reverse but too late to diminishthe speed to any very noticeable extent though was promptly executed By this time tho passengers on deck saw the tiion was Women screamed and fainted and the wildest confusion pre vailed during the few terrible anxious mo ments before the crash came Chief Engineer Murphy iwas conversing with Chief Officer Walsh on the main deck aft the alarm sounded He turned quickly looked over the rail ing and threatening ca lamity rushed engine room and ordered the doors of the watertight compartments tObeclosed all through the tbatbeforethe ship struck the fee tuiswise arrangement to the horror of one was im prisoned inonepf the comnartrarats time being considered him an opportunity to Noli more than twominutes from tho1 moment the order was given to reverse the engines be fore the Vancouver struck tho huge ice berg witha crash that sent a thrill of horror to the bravest Notwithstanding the reduced pfthevessel the collision was so emphatic astp cause those in the body of that she bad struck ona rock and the stewards sailors rushedv deck from every Tbe offlcern stood at their posts and gave tbeir commands und firmness that did them infinite and the bow wasunder as soGn as the vessel left theindftntai ion made in theside of When the wordwentforth tbat no serious injuryhad been the ship ment abated andtaosetwhose lives we re so BOSTOX Sept 3 Speaker Reed addressed a large audience tonight at In tho course of his speech ho said in part It is aimisiiiRto notice in tho history of the ITouso of Representatives and Congress to seo how in detail is carried out this prin ciple Thatwhen things are to bo done the Republican party does them Tho great struggle which has boon made by tho Democratic Ixopreseutativo for years has been not to reckon tho expenditures of the Government but to cut down the of appropriations They have been striv ing in every way to pile up a surplus not merely by taxation but by parsimony In their action in the expendi ture of money As long is they could point to tho clogging of business which results from storing money in the treasury seemed happy but now they aro busily en gaged in showing that tho surplus baa disappeared They aro unable to tented either with a surplus or without one There is no doubt but what the penditures of tho Government aro about to approach tho receipts but any man make a mjstako if he believed it was in any way the result of extravagance or careless ness with the public money There has been advertisement broadcast of this sur plus and every human need want has i boon set together to try to get tho money out of the Treasury for other than public purposes but not one of these scucmss has been successful All the expenditures havo been legitimate and proper Wo shall expend nearly onr income AVo shall also reduce taxation to tho extent of in addition thereto One groat element of the expenditure is legislation which is not understood In Now England and the character of it is not fully appreciated with us Tho soldier is com paratively content with what ceived and with what is promised him in tho near future but in the West there ex ists a different feeling These stories about a pastsurplas have set men wild with the idea of a service pension which emolument to every man in the havo had to meet not nierely the conten tion of those who aro parslmoni ous and to do was fair to tho soldier but tboao who wished to do such things as with the rQvenues of tho Government aro without bankruptcy and ruin The Repub lican party grapples with tho question and solves li With that measureof justice which is satisfactory to tho whole people we met all such TAX It is Adopted as by Gtiorgc Nnw YORK Septi Single Tax Con c vention today discussed whether women should be v v members Wm Lloyd Garrison of i thought no discrimination should be Some delegates held that it to admit them on the same Henry George read the had been prepared The main that all men were created tain inalienable rights No one permitted to hold property return Thereshall be iib ducts of labor and all revebuesior State and municipal purposes shall v by a single tax upon land irrespeor v Dive of improvements The loudly apolaudcd The last clause of the platform long discussion It graph railroads water and war the country should be and manipulated by adopted as read by George The dinner given to Henry Brighton Beach Hpteltonigbt In his talk George can do not better thing tlian to Jncludo In his scheme of reciprocity colonies It is not the ocoan so much as the tariff Many other speeches were made j The Kansas TOPKKA convention1 met this afternoon committcesaud took a recess sembling the early hours of u wcre given to Tho ComtimteeLon Permanent Organization P Moore of B utier chairman Ai Riddle of Ottawa secretary and MissMinerya yValker of peri assistant secretary These officers elected1 Supreme Superintendent of PublicJInstructlon renoniinated by terribly imperilled a few again breathed bergs length vary from a mile to a and a Captain sayp this of the largest icebergs he had evermet with Great quantities of icefell from the here from the force p tlie Had the speedof the vessel even ten niiles an hour a few mlnuteso Sari liranciscc cakehas arisen here one an claims that anotbervmVn l3urIedbLs aiwl the tbisis bodyiof he had1 never Jed two days ituSt LukeTs Hospitaland coffins got ro ixed somcho Wr d ufVb g the a latehour for Auditor and the until torMorrow San Jrancisco Chiromfite At a picnic inOrangeburg county Ivlowipan the factions Lpwman being Becknian a heated words led knives and peHed nian was ;