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i s I J 8 THE SALT LAS HERALD WEDNESDAY MARCH 4 1885
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b f I 1 1 2 TilE SALT LAKE HERALD THURSDAY MARCH 5 1885
1 t AMEN
The iFortyeightli Congress
Adjourned
IfS EAST ACT FOB U S GRANT
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3 The Closing rroccodincu Thomai A
i HcudrickB Now Presiding over
W t r the Senate
The Senate
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WASJUiGTON March 4The remain
Ing committee amendments to the river
and harbor bill were agreed to
1 I Jones of Nevada said it was clear
that further discussion of this bill was
s the merest waste of time he therefore
i moved to lay U on the table The
p motion was defeated yeas 17 nays
ts 3 31A
A message from the House announced
an agreement on the postoflice appro
1 priation bill on every pointof difference
except that relating to postal ten cent
Stamps for letters requiring spacial
expedition in delivery
i Plnmb moved that the Senate recede
en this Agreed
I CuHom called up his resolution to
authorize the committee on transporta
tion routes to the seaboard to sit during
recess Congress Agreed to
The consideration of the river and
I harbor bill was resumed
i At 7 oclock Hale submitted the final
I j conference report on the deficiency bill
j showing all differences adjusted and the
Senate went into executive session
I When the doors were reopened recess
Jf was taken until 930
When the informal recess of the
j I 1 iI Senate in the early morning had ex
t pired the appearance of the Senate
II I chamber was tound to be much changed
I i number of richly upholstered chairs
t smi sofas were ranged along the margin
i 1 I i f of the semicircular space fronting the
i I clerks I desk while between the rows of
r Senator desks and in the aisles stood
f rows of plain oaken chairs
i I I is I alternating with the c < mf rtable
i j tJj revolving chairs of the Senators and
oj t i presenting natural contrasts of im
I 3 provisation An elegant floral ladder
J J I ornamented the desk of Senator Gar
f t I i land By 10 oclock the galleries began
i1 le fill with ladies and gentlemen for
i tunate enough to have secured a ticket
1 i 1 for the occasion The Senators
I being for the time deprived ot
I li I their customary places seated
j j r9 themselves in congenial groups
i 4 j Irrespective of political affiliation and
I f i 1 kept up an animated buzz of conversa
r ion in which latter respect the occu
I I t pants of the galleries diligentlyfollowed
their example It was observed that
j I if S Senatorelect Teller and SenatorLamar
I sift a long while tote a tete on one of the
I s 1 sofas near the clerks desk engaged in
I I what seemed to be a cordial interchange
I 1 of confidences
Hale submitted the conference report
I I I on the naval appropriation bill an
I I j nouncing the adjustment of differences
between the two houses The House
I yin having receded on all substantial points
1 the report was agreed to
r I Chair Edmunds announced his sig
i nature to the PQstoffice appropriation
r bill and the legislative executive and
1 Judicial bill botnof which had during
the recess been7 epprted from the con
tll ference all difference having been ad
I I justed the Hone receding but with
11 I I minor amendments which were acceded
I l I to by the Senate
j After a short delay Conger called upI
the river and harbor bill
i I I I j I Plumb moved to lay the bill on the
s a i table Agreed to yeas 28 nays 20
i I Allison presented the conference re
t i I I port on the sundry civil bill showing
1 i I an adjustmcntof all differences between
t i l i the house by mutual concession
i < S I j g0n motion of Morrill the chair
U J d I i appointed t a committee of two
Senators to act with such a committee
1 j I as the House may appoint to notify the
ii I President of the United States that
I t G I j Congress having finished its business
r I was now ready to adjourn The
I l Senators appointed were Morrill and
Y j Harris
I
1 At 1135 a message from the House
l announced the passage of the bill
authorizing the President to place one
1 person on the retired list of the army
Applause The bill was read at length
i I The chair stated that he had received a
communication which would now be
I t read He handed the communication
X to the Chief Clerk Johnson who read as
follows
° I To the Honorable Senator Ceo F
J Edmunds president pro tempore of
I the Unitfd Stales Senate
J i The accompanying communication
although an executive message may be
I read in open session
4 f I Signed CUKSTEK A ABTHUH
i Applause
I President pro tern of the Senate
lr i Man estions of applause are not in
i t rider
JP if t The clerk read as follows
i To the Senate of the Unfed States
I II I nominate U S Grant formerly
f general commanding the armies of the
i r United States to be general on there
f i i II j r < ttredlist of the army with the full pay
I of such rank
I r
Signed CHESTER A ATITHUE
11 i I w EXECUTIVE MANSION March 4th 1885
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1 jI I The President pro tern of the Scffate
l I then announced that the nomination
t would be considered in open session
The question is will the Senate advise
i 1 s and consent to this appointment All
I Senators in favor will say aye A storm
t i of ayes All opposed no Dead sil
11 4 ence The ayes have it unanimously
e t This announcement was received with
j thunders an pIa use
f a I j 1 A little before 11 the doors of the
in t i > Presidents gallery were opened and the
i i I j people entitled to admission were
t escorted in Among them were Miss
I Cleveland and Mrs Hoyt sisters of the
f jl Presidentelect Reverent W A Cleve
t I land wife and their two sons Mr Hast
I i a ings nephew of the Presidentelect
I I Miss Hastings Miss Nellie Yeoman and
r Miss Annie Yeoman his nieces Mr
I and Mrs Bacon of Toledo and Colonel
t and Mrs Lamont The blue tapestried
i F seats of the diplomatic gallery remained
J I U t i the longest vacant but they too were
filled by a quarter past eleven A
a quorum of Senators having arrived the
I
i business of the Senate proceeded with
I frequent and long interruptions while
I awaiting the action of conferees on the
r IJ r appropriation bill The only events of the
f proceedings which were not upon the
j f programme were outbreaks of applause
s which greeted the announcement of the
passage of the Grant retirement bill and
the reception of tbePresidents message
s r r appointing General Grant to the newly
t + w treated vacancy The applause which
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was hearty and prolonged was not sup
pressed by Edmunds The arrival of
diplomatic corps fifty strong clad
in their uniforms varying from the
silken robes and mandarin caps of the
Chinese to the gorgeous goldbedecked
dresses of Europeans occasioned a sut
pension of the buzz ot conversation for
a moment They entered unannounced
and were escorted to seats in front and
upon the right of the chair Just before
he entry of members of theSupreme
Court arrayed in their ample black silk
gowns and preceded by their marshal
the annual act of turning back the
hands of the Senate clock was performed
by the veteran doorkeeper JCapt Isaac
Basset l he Supreme Court justices were
placed upon the right front of the chair
President Arthur was now announced
and his coming was greeted with the
clapping of hands in recognition of
which he bowed gracefully to the as
semblage A moment later and the buzz
of conversation was again suspended in
anticipation of the announcementof the
Presidentelect of the United States
Mr Cleveland had already entered the
ball with his oscQrt and halted within
sight of the assemblage While his ar
rival was being announced applause
clapping of hands at first and then
cheers loud and prolonged welcomed
him Then a stalwart voice in the gal
lery arose above the din demanding
three cheers for Grover Oleveland
This was not held by the assemblage to
be in good taste and Edmunds pro
clamation was that order must be
preserved or the galleries will be cleared
The VicePresidentelect was now
escorted into the chamber and without
delay but with solemnity and decorum
befitting the occasion the oath was ad
ministered to him by the President
pro tempore
Senator Edmunds then made an ad
dress in which he invoked the success of
he administration He thanked his
colleagues for their many courtesies
and declared the Senate adjourned with
out day
Hendricks now took the gavel and
called the Senate to order in extra ses
sion Prayer was offered bv the chap
lain after which the VicePresident
made a brief address New Senators
were sworn in and after reading the
message of the President convening the
Senate a procession was formed and
filed its way toward the platform on the
central portico of the Capital
The Home
WASHINGTON March 4 Randall sub
mitted the conference report on the
sundry civil appropriation bill Of 231
amendments placed upon the bill by tho
Senate an agreement had been reached
as to 171 leaving GO still in controversy
The sixty amendments on which an
agreement could not be reached involved
the appropriation of 3233000 Of these
hirtvnine were for public buildings
which would require an expenditure of
1637000
For two hours and a half matters
went on very smoothly The report of
heconfereace was agreed to and tho
louse proceeded to consider the amend
ments upon which no agreement hud
been reached The House insisted
on its disagreement In each
case until the amendments relative to
pnblic buildings were reached Randall
asked that they be considered ia gross
int ob action was made bv those mem
bars i who desired l to amend the amend
ments with new propositions
Randall thereupon called the previous
question on the first of the Senate
amendments but the point of no
quorum having been raised further
consideration of tho amendments was
postponed and Randall submitted a
conference report on thQ naval appro
priation bill announcing a disagree
ment As the clerk was reading the
report daylight began to stream moo the
chamber and the doorkeepers busied
themselves awakening many persons
who had spent the night in tho galleries
and who had enjoyed quiet naps on the
benches their heads resting on over
coats and other improvised pillows
New arrivals made their appearance
and the House began to wear a brighter
aspect although tne air in the chamber
was stifling members who had been
sleeping in the clank rooms and lobbies
came into the hall refreshed and pro
ceeded to the restaurant to secure
breakfast
Hutchins submitted the conference
report on the naval appropriation bill
Agreed to
Keifer offered the following rcjsolti
Lion That the thanks of this Congre
are hereby tendered Hon J G Carlisle
Speakerfor the courtesy with which lie
has treated all its members and for the
ability and fairness with which he has
presided over the deliberations of the
House during the Fortyeighth Con
gress
The vote was taken standing and
amid loud continued applause Sneaker
pro tern Hatch Mo declared the re
solution adopted unanimously by 325
Representatives of Fortyeighth Con
gress
gresshe report on the naval bill Was not
agreed to undA further conference was
ordered
At 7 oclock consideration of the sun
dry civil bill was resumed
drL din
d
Dodd moved to concur in all the pub
lic building amendments of the Senate
except one this being reserved in order
that an opportunity might be obtained
to offexAmendments Agreed to77 to
53 It was then agreed by unanimous
consent that members should be per
muted tooffer their amendments and
have them voted upon it being especi
ally stipulated that the yeas and nays
should not be called and that no ques
tion of a quorum should be raised
Pending further action theconference
reports on the fortification and defici
ency appropriation bills were submitted
and agreed to
The last of the Senate public building
amendments being for a building at
Winona Minn having been read
Stockslager offered an amendment ap
Sropriating 100000 for a building at
New Albany Indiana Agreed t056
to 28
Blackburn offered an amendment ap
propriating 150000 for a building at
Lexington Ky Agreed to
Keifer offered an amendment appro
priaticg 100000 for a bUilding at
Springfield Ohio Agreed to 53 to 42
During the offering of these amend
ments and voting upon them there was
intense confusion and excitement in the
House Thompson Warner Ohio
demanding a quorum in each case anc
protesting that the House had no power
to bind itselfas had been done by agree
ment This aroused those mem
bers who had been instrumental
in securing the agreement and Cassidy
Budd and others stbod in the space m
front of the clerks desk gesticulating
Violently and charging their opponents
with bad faith At 8 oclock Randal
advanced to the front of the
House and
protested earnestly against what he
characterized as a most
unseemly
pro
cedure The House was proceeding to
prevent the sundry civil bill from being
adopted and was forcing an extra ses
sion and that was being done by th18
demand of individuals for public build
ings I ask the House continued
Randall impassionately to let me get
possession of this bill in order that I
may send it to the Senate secure a con
ference and avoid an extra session
Applause He then moved to suspend
the rUles to adopt the amendments al
ready offered and to send the bill to a
conference The motion was agreed to
Randall submitted the conference re
port on the sundry civil appropriation
bill He refrained from making any
remarks in respect to it except to say
that when this report was adopted the
House would have finally acted on
every appropriation bill Applause
The report was adopted Randall then
asked unanimous consent to take from
the Speakers table and pass the Grant
retirement bill Applause There was
some delay owing to the desire to bring
up a contested election case but finally
objections were waived rand Randall
announcing that all appropriation bills
had passed the House adjourned tine
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LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN
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Will be paid by A G Bechtol of the
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the night of the fire Oct 15 That
popular resort is again open to the pub
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rena boy aged seven and a girl of
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The little boy the pride of his parents was i
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DIRECT CONNECTIONS
Are made trifle Traww for
Kansas City
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Chicago
St Louis
And afl Principal lnts in the United States
and Canada
THE ATLANTIC EXPRESS
Train composed of the Celebrated Bullet
and Bleeping Cars elegant first class coach
es and Emigrant Sleeping Can will leave
Ogden daily at 930 Lmon arrival of the
train from San Francisco nd Salt Lake
City at 1055 ain mBVing direst connection
at Pueblo and Denver with trains for the
East North and South
THE PACIFIC EXPRESS
Train from Denver Pueblo and Eastern
points will arrive in Salt Lake City at 450
pm and Ogden at 610 pm making direct
with Pacific Train
connection with the Central Pacific Train
for San Francisco and the Pacific Coast
LOCAL S
Will leave Salt Lake City for Ogden at 805
am
Leave Salt Late City dally for Din ham at
725 am Betnrning arrive at Salt Lake at
415 JIm Leave Ogden at 540 pm arriving
at Salt Lako at 7 pm
AN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
Leaves Salt Laid daily except Snndars al
500 ao mu arriving at Pleasant Valley Junc
tion at 435 p m Returning leaves Pleas
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W H BAKCKOFT Receiver
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