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U VOL II I VNO 4 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY MARCH 4 1887 FIVE CENTS
WANiTS OF THE PEOPLE
Wants For Sale For Rent Help Wanted etc in
this Depa mint four lines or less 2Jc first
insertion or each subsequent insertion 15c
JtiONEV TO LOAN
QNEY p0 LOAN ON WATCHES DIA
kyI monds Jewelry Pistols Etc1 at C E
Pomeroys roan Office 153 Main street
fONEY LOAN ON REAL ESTATE IN
lvi sums suit C E Pomeroy Real Estate
I Agent 153 1 ain street
AGENTS ETC
TANTEI GOOD INSURANCE SOLICITOR
V at once Address Box 256 Salt Lake City
WANT EllIN ALL PAKT8 OF THE ROCS
ANTE9IN
t f Mountains Good Agents by the Home
Accident Association The Home is the Pioneer
Accident Association in the West and Issues
all kinds of Policies up to 500000 Death Bene
fits and 25lX weekly indemnity Over 100000
paid in losses Win Glasmanu General Agent
1 Liiy
MISCELLANEOUS
BOARD AND LODGING t4 A WEEK BOARD
J > t3 a week at 66 East First North
rpHE DEWING BROS PIANOS P PARTD
JL desirous of purchasing Pianos would < do
well to call upon F L Tripp agent for Dewing
Bros Uprig Grand Pianos before purchasi
elsewhere Office 29 E First South St
NEW MILCH COWS CONSTANTLY ON
i hand and for sale Inquire of E H Par
lions or at Pratt Beebes
BUSINESS OARDS
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flit C W fiUNN V ENGLISH VETEB
I L nary Siugcon Diseases of Horses and Cat
tlc akillfulljt treated Lameness located and
treated Horses teeth operated upon GIves
perfect digestion that means health lhirty
years practical experience and understand
ft his business thoroughly Day patrons can
call up any hour of the night Telephone 358
All veterinary medicine kept on hand Vet
urinary Pharmacy 71 W First South street
w Salt Lake City
L DIES AND GENTLEMEN GARMENT
JL Dyed Cleaned and Repaired in the bost
possible manher Troy Steam Dys Works 142
Main street
rfliI lG
4aiia4iiS t4Ae tf
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
ALANTHE LODGE NO5 K OF PREG
CALANTHE
J ular conventions every Monday at Castle
Hall Walker Opera House at 730 p m
Visiting Knights madewelcome
I EJKINGCC
LC SNEDAKER K of It and S
ODD FELLOWS LODGES
LOftGE NO I I O O F MEETS
U every Thjirsday at 800 p m in Odd Fel
lows Hall Union Block Salt Lake City Odd
Fellows In godd standing are invited to attend
PARKER NORTON N G
J J THOMAt Secretary
LT LAKE LODGE NO 2 I O O F
O Meets evciry Friday at 730 p m in Odd
bellows Hall Union Block Odd Fellows in
vood standing are invited to attend
OSCAR KLETTING N G
C W A aCltNELL Secretary
f OKDAN LODGE NO 3 I O O F MEETS
U every Monday at 800 p m in Odd Fel
lows Hall Union Block Odd Fellows in good
Maudiiig are invited to attend
GEO WINSNA8S N G
H F EVANS Secretary
lilDGELY LODGE NO9 I O O F MEETS
Jli every Wednesday at 730 p m in Odd Fel
Jnwa Hall Union Block Visiting brothers
made welcome C MORETON N G
Fao E Hot CHTON Secretary
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
3 EO THACKRAH
GEO
AocOUX1tnn t
< i zialt Lake City Utah P O Box C94
j A d CHAPMAN u J L WIIYTOCK DD8
c AI1APMAN a WHYTOCK
Jentist
Walker Opera House Anaesthetics adminlB
vred
rclcphone in office
I K KKYSOR
< J J
Don tist
itoruld Building opposite Continental Hotel
I West Temple Street
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
lj > C NICHOLS
Ioz3tit
lGEOllposlte the Walker House
A S BOWER
jK BOWERO
O ELco
I Rooms I 2 Central Block
Next to Walker Opera House
Telephone No 203
ASSAYERS
f McVICKER
tl
Assayor
Under McCornicks Bank Main Street
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
I 7 M HREDEMEYER DR PH1
1TiL3ix3g EDIjlneor
U S Surveyor and Assayer
HOOPEU < < ELDREDGE BLOCK
Room 11 Third Floor P O Box 1157
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EMBROKE I
BOOKS
STATIONER
p SENATE SALOON
No 222 S Main Street
BARNEY HARVEY PROPRIETOR
THE CHOICEST
f Liquors Wines and Cigars
1
EXlKllIE attendance NOED BARKEEPERS AND POLITE
Prhate > rluslnF and Smoking Rooms
1l Saloonmo cm appointments of a First
Class Saloon
HENRY P CLARK
L Fashionable Tailor
23 IB First SoUth St
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A Fine Assortment of New Spring
Goods Just Received
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NEARING THE END
The Array of Bills Troopiii
I Through Both Branches
I of Congress
The Tennre of Office BIllMrs Logat B
Pension The Sundry Civil Bill
The Urgency Deficiency
Senator Hoar Attacks Speaker Carlisle
and Is Vigorously Sat Down Upon
By Senator Beck
Becomes a Law
Special I to TilE DEMOCRAT
WASHINGTON March 4At midnight las
night the polygcmy bli became a law with
out the Presidents signature the ten days
having elapsed and he having not returnee
it tp the Senate with any veto What was
the stnmblingblook cannot be discovered
as the President is overwhelmed with legis
lation McPIIRRsoN
CONGRESS
The Senate
WASHINGTON March 4As the Commit
tee on Appropriations reported very few
amendments to the bill and those of but
little importance there was no delay beyond
that made nesessary by jhe complete read
ing of the bill In response to an appeal
made by Jones of Nevada the amendments
catting down the appropriations the Car
son mint from 29550 to 16400 were dis
agreed to with the consent of Allison and
the appropriations for that mint fixed aj
originally reported
Allison then submitted conference report
on the Sundry Civil bill and it was agreed
toIn
In explanation of the action of the Senate
conferees Allison said in order to come to
an agreement they had to postpone several
appropriations which the Senate deemed
necessary For instance they had to con
sent to a reduction by onehalf of the pro
vision to complete the international survey
of the Mexican border The same as to the
survey between British Columbia and
Uaska So too the Senate conferees had
been obliged to surrender large appropri
ations for public buildings as for instance
me at Los Angeles Cal which had been I
sat down from 150000 to 75000 He
night run through the whole of the public I
aildmgs > and show how the Senate con I
ferees had had to make concession after
Concession So also as to the coast survey
The appropriation for field work has been
cut down from 218000 to 160000 In
hese surrenders the expenditures were only
postponed They would have to be provided
for next year or the year after
Hoar said that he intended to call the attention
ention of the Senate to what seemed to him
a L very grave evil one that threatened in
substance a revolutionary change in constitutional
titutional methods of government What
he asked was the effect of the holding back
of appropriation bills until the last seven
or ten or fifteen days of the session of Con
fess The result was that unless the House
and Senate both submitted to the dictation
of > some three or four men who happened to
> e members of the Committee on Ap
propriations in the House of Representatives
ives on the majority side great appropria
tion bills would fall and an extra session
would become necessary It is perfectly
otorious Mr President that this body has
assed bill after bill with substantial unanimity
nimity having no political significance
ills matured by able men on the on other
Ride of this chamber and having the en
dorsement of their great authority and yet
because three or four persons clothed with
authority of the House of Representatives
choose to oppose those bills they could not
Ret consideration in that body although
there is no manner of doubt that ninetenths
of the members of the House would be in
their favor if they were brought up That
is the condition of things which in the time
of our fathers would have caused a revolu
ion After referring to the action of the
peaker of the House not named in refus
ing to recognize a certain member because
he the Speaker did not approve of the I
measure the member wished to move Hoar
said Henry Clay was supposed to have a
retty strong will He would no more have I
dared to assert such an authority when he
was Speaker of the House than he would
have ventured to cross Niagara River twenty
rods above the falls Elaine under whom I
many of us served in another place is gen
rally supposed to have had a strong will
and a pretty strong desire to have accom
lished in the administration of the country
things which he thought ought to be done
I served in the House of Representatives
with that accomplished gentleman for eight
years four of which he was Speaker and the
humblest Democrat when we had a majority
of threefourths or fourfifths in that body
then was permitted to make his motion to
suspend the rules every Monday and
rery day within the last six days of ad
journment
Mr Beck I was called out of the Cham
ber for a while and was only in time to
hear what seems to me a most remarkable
tirade against the Speaker of House of Rep
resentatives That gentleman needs no
defense at my hands and I had supposed
that in the Senate of the United States and
under the rules and proprieties comment
upon the action of the Speaker would not be
indulged in I have only this to say that
there is no man in Massachusetts or outside
of Massachussetts who will attack the in
I tegrity honesty or ability of the Speaker of
I the present House with impunity in his
I presence There 150 partisans of the Senate
from Massachusetts on the floor of the other
House all of whom have the right to make
whatever attack they please and if they do
so they will receive a response befitting the
attack
This closed the discussion and then the
question was put upon the conference re
port which was agreed to without division
Upon motion of Teller the House bill to
organize the land district for No Mans
land previously passed by the Senate with
amendments was recalled and the votes by
which the Senate amendments were adopted
were reconsidered
The Senate amendments were then re
jected and the House bill was passed
The conference report upon the bill to
provide for bringing suits against the
United States was made and agreed to
A number of vetoed bills for public build
I ings were then passed over the veto
Plumb submitted the conference report
j upon the Postoffioe Appropriation bill the
result being a disagreement with respect to
the subsidy feature I
Hale reported from the Committee on Ap
priations General Deficiency bill This is
the last of the regular annual appropriation
bills remaining to be acted upon by the
Senate Recess
When the Senate reassembled the conser
ence report on Postoffice Appropriation
bills a disagreement was taken up The
only point as to disagreement is as to the
South American mail service
Mr Harris moved that the Senate recede
Rejected
I The Senate insisted on its amendment
conferees Plumb Mahone
and the same
j and Beck were appointed
I MEXICAN WAn PENSIONS
Mr Allison from the Committee on Appropriations
reported back the House ap
propriations propriating 6900000 for the payment of
Passed
of the Mexican war
pensions
I the calendar
The Senate then took from
I the House bill to amend sections 5191 and
5192 of the Revised
Statutes with an
amendment in the nature of a substitute
The statute provides that whenever three
fourths of the National banks of a city of
50000 population shall apply to the Comp
trollerof the Currency to have the name of
that city added to the list of reserve
cities named in sections 5191 and 5192 of
the Revised Statutes the Comptroller shall
have authority to grant such request but
the banks must keep in their vaults at leas
25 per cent of their deposits In like man
ner and on like conditions cities with
200000 population may become like New
York places for banks of redemption or
central In cities as provided in Sectio
5195Mr
Mr Williams moved to add San Franciso
to the latter class of cities
The bill passed and a conference wa
asked
On motion of Wilson of Iowa the vote of
last evening by which the bill to amend thi
action in reference to the jurisdiction of
the United States Courts was passed was
reconsidered and the vote agreeing to the
Cullom amendment fixing the salaries of
Judges at 5000 and prohibiting the ap
pointment of relatives as court officials was
also reconsidered and then the bill was
passed and a conference asked I
Plumbpresented a conference report
the bill to adjust railroad land grants here
toforo unadjusted Agreed to
A message from the House at 10 p m an
nounced the passage of the Urgent Defi
ciency bill and the presiding officer laid the
bill before ths Senate
Mr EdmundsI object to the second
reading of the bill r The objection if in
sisted upon prevents the consideration ol
the bill at tho present session
At 1139 p m the Senate proceeded to the
consideration of the Deficiency bill consist
ing of 104 printed pages
An amendment of the committee to pav
to the Central and Southern Pacific railway
companies about 300000 for service to the
War Department in 1885 and 1886 on the
nonaided lines reopened the discussion on
the subject cf Pacific railways
The committees amendment was agreed
to
Various amendments for the Central and
Southern Pacific railroads which are gov
erned by the action of the Senate on the
amendment aggregated about 700000
House
WASHINGTON March 3Major Venpr of
Ohio called up the vetoed bill granting a
pension to Sally Ann Bradley The House
refused to pass the bill over the veto yeag
123 nays 122 not the constitutional two
thirds in the affirmative
Morrow of California moved to suspend
the rules and pass the Senate bill appropri
ating 350000 for the purchase of a site for
a postoffice at San Francisco Agreed to
Cox of North Carolina moved to suspend
the rules and pass the bill repealing the ten
ure of office act The motion was agreed to
and the bill passedyeas 172 nays 67
The bill passed 147 to 21 accepting cer
tain lands near Chicago for military pur
poses
The House then took a recess until 8
oclock
EVENING SESSION
The Senate amendments to the Legislative
Appropriation bill were nonconcurred in
Mr Burns of Missouri under instructions
from the Committee on Appropriations
moved to suspend the rules and pass the
Urgent Deficiency bill The bill appropri
ates for Deficiencies in the Postomoe De
partment 493000 in the Treasury Depart
ment for printing one and two dollar silver
jertificates and United States legal tender
notes 270000 in the Department of Jus
tice 285000 and for the payment of certi
ied claims 934255
Mr McComas of Maryland objected to
he presentation of the bill as being hasty I
11adyised and panicstricken and protested
ested against the irregularities of the pro
ceeding
Mr Randall suggested that nobody but the
jentleman from Maryland was panio
stricken The majority was quite cool und
determined The bill was then passed
THE LOGAN PENSION BILL
Mr Henderson of Iowa moved to suspend
he rules and pass the Senate bill granting a
ension of 2000 a year to Mary S Logan
widow of John A Logan
Henderson of Illinois addressed the
louse in support of the Mrs Logan pension
bill He said General Logan when he died
lied rich in everything except in property
Tarsney Michigan asks the gentleman
when he talks about admirals and generals
who had done distinguished service in the
wars of the Union to bear in mind it was
lot generals alone who won victories
Chore were in the ranks thousands and tens
of thousands of humble noble soldiers the
raves of many of whom were today un
marked beyond tho Potomao River who
has never been heard of in the halls of
Congress asking for a pension He came
from a Michigan Democratic family thot
furnished five brothers to the Federal ser
yice None of them were here asking Con
ress for a pension for valliant services in
behalf of the preservation of tho Union
Mr Allen of Mississippi referring to the
intimations that exConfederates would
ote against the bill on account of illwill
hey bore against those who had been vic
arious over them declared that he repro
ented the sentiment of ever Confederate
when he said thut there was not lingering
in the South one single scintilla of hatred or
prejudice or illwill against any man be
cause he was opposed to it in that nnfor
ortunate conflict
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Mr Cannon of Illinois believed that it
would be a good policy to give to the widow
of General Logan a 2000 pension He did
not stop to inquire whether she was on the
verge of poverty He did not place this case
on that ground but rather on the ground of
a tribute on the part of a grateful country
to the widow of a man who served it well
and as an incentive to those who were to
follow in his footsteps
The motion to suspend the rules and
pass the bill was lost year 145 nays 113
not the necessary twothirds in the affirma
tive Bloant of Georgia reported a further
disagreement the Conference Committee
on the Postoffice Appropriation bill
Bingham of Pennsylvania moved that
the House recede from its disagreement to
the Senate amendment relative to the com
pensation for the carrying of foreign mails
to South and Central America known as
the subsidy amendment Lostyeas 98
nays 137
A further conference was ordered
A Judge Abroad
LONDON March iAn indictment has
been found against George Franklin Ander
son the alleged American Judge who is
accused of swinkling Charles Deakin of
Susquehanna Pa out of large sums of
money under pretense that he was prose
cuting a suit for the recovery of a large
English estate to which Deakin was con
vinced he was heir Anderson upon being
arraigned today defended himself He
pleaded not guilty
Anderson was convicted and sentenced to
fire years penal servitude
i Bulgarian Anarchy t
I Pixie March 4A telegram from
Guirgevo says risings have taken place at
Tiernova and other places and that the in
surgents are reported to be masters of affairs
at Tiernova Communication between Sofia
and the provinces is interrupted Anarchy
j is spreading in Bulgaria J
The Hirer and Harbor If 111
WASHINGTON March 4The River and
Harbor bill failed to receive the Presidents
signature It reached him several days ago
but was pocket vetoed
To Be Shot
SOFIA March 4The leaders of the re
i volt at Rustohuk have been ordered to be
shot j
THE KANSAS WAY
The RiYal Towns Intent on i
Making Shambles of
Each Other
Another Italian Earthquake Shootli
of the Leaders of the Sills
trail Insurgents
The Last of the 49th CongressTwo
Thousand Spectators Final
Adjournment
Kansas Avocations
DENVEB March 4Wallace Kansas
special to the News The situation of ti
I C war remains unchanged
Both towns are surrounded by a strong co r
don of armed men who permit no one to i
enter The men in both towns sleep with
their guns and after gaining admission
strangers find Winchesters at every turn
They stand in the doorways and merchants
bring their guns to wait on customers Men
patrol the streets all day and night The
surrounding country is as excited as the
towns and is about as equally divided
Coronada sympathizers are for the most
part in town with their ammunition and
guns a Coronada man said today that with
in an hour 500 men could be recruited in i
I town ready to defend it with their lives
The Leoti cry is for revenge The citizen
are as excited as the day following the I
shooting and they are unanimous in thei
determination to get back on Coronada at
the first opportunity This will probably
Jccnr on Thnrday next when the count
election occurs
Immediately after the shooting on Sun
day some men from Leoti came to Wallace
and secured all the guns and ammunitioi
they could get Representatives from Cor
onada paid a similar mission to Garden
City so that both towns are well equipped
for the war which every man believes will
occur before the thing is settled The Leot
population which has been recruited by
their county courts are looked to for thirst I
first move and the Coronada men act on the
defensive
The County Sheriff John Edwards wh <
is a Leoti man has not made any attemp
to arrest them as he knows that such ai
effort would cost him his life He has twelv <
warrants but unless the State authorities
lend the assistrnce of a couple of companies
if militia they will never be served and
even then the Coronada men say they will
lever be taken alive It was reported at the
Hotel Vendome in Coronada that the Gov
ernor has been appealed to for aid by Leoti
jut no information has been received here
to that effect
Charley Coulter and Bill Raynes ringleaders
leaders of the Leoti crowd went over tc
joronda on Sunday morning and drank
considerable whisky and beer Coulter
who was a desperado of the worst type
and who is tho fourth of the family in
jeoti who died with their boots on prom
ised to return the beer consumed He
and Raynes returned to Leoti and got
he beer and five companions only
three of whom were armed and returned in
a wagon and buggy They visited the
ruggist who was sick in bed and made
him get up Coulter ordered him to dance
and fired his gun at his feet to make him
bey The druggist however offered to
treat if Coulter would lower his gun and
the offer was accepted The men then went
into the street and according to the story
egan firing indiscriminately Coulter did
lost of the shooting A Coronada man
aqied Jackson got in Coulters way and
was struck nvsr r the head with the butt of
loulters gun The Loomis brothers inter
fered and requested tho Lecti men to stop
busing the citizens For reply Coulter
turned on both of them striking them both
he performing an old plainsmans trick by
p
itting Bob Loomis over the head and shoot
ig John Loomis at the same time John
was standing back of Bob and as Coulter
fired he sprang forward and clinched with
in The Leoti crowd according to the
ory of the Coronada men began firing at
two citizens who were running up the street
A dozen Coronada men who had gathered
in the store then commenced firing and
Coulter seemed to be the target for them
all I The firing only continued a moment
and when the smoke cleared away Raynes
Coulter and Watkins who were on the pave
eat had fallen to the ground dead The
other men were in a wagon Jennes Dun
ings and Johnson were seriously wounded
A N Berry the seventh man of the Leoti
crown escaped without injury The state
ment that the bodies of the dead men were
permitted to lie in the street until midnight
JS i denied by Coronado and sustained by
ieoti There were fourteen bullets in Coul
ters body and Raynes was wounded in
eleven places every one of which would
have been fatal The two Loomis boys were
wounded Jenness it is
only slightly
thought will die but Johnson and Dunning
will recover Johnson who is the least in
jured and not dead as reported said he and
his companions went to Coronado at the invitation
itation of some friends They were having
a little fun in the streets and probably fired
a few shots but harmed no one He ac
nowledged some of the crowd had been
inking but none were drunk He alleged
that the bodies of his dead companions
were permitted to lie in the streets until
midnight
with
The Halfway stage which connects
from Leoti and Coronada left
conveyance this morning taking the first mail received
there since Saturday It returned this
rening bringing news of the renewal of
hostilities It appears from the intelli
gence at hand that the two Leoti men who
were not engaged in the trouble on Sunday
left their town and started to Coronada
of Coronada observed them
The outposts
and opened fire at once One of the men
is i said to have been shot in the arm and
riddled with bullets and the
the other was
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returned
horse of one man killed The men
Great ex I
to Leoti and told their story
cit ment followed and a party organized
to visit Coronada but returned before
>
reaching there The report is confirmed
that a general fight may occnrr there any
moment although it is probable that both
next when
until Thursday
sides may wait
the election occurs to settle the dispute
10 is
between the two towns
trouble
The
aimed to be ostensibly a political quarrel
the merits of each for the location of
over
the country seat but it is really the result
frequently occurs
raid such as
of a cowboy
Wichita County It is reported tonight
in of state troops will be
that two companies
until
sent toWichita next week to remain
the election is concluded
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I
The Senate
March 4The Senate has
WASHINGTON the nomination of Captain A A
confirmed
and James
BriRadierGeneral
Greeley to be Recorder of Deeds for the
M Trotter to be
of Columbia
District
at 5 oclock Plumb from
morning
This
Committee on the District
the Conference bill reported
Appropriation
of Columbia had been unable to
committee
the
that
moved that the Senate insist on
agree He and ask for further
on its disagreement
So ordered
conference
presented the conference report
He also
the relief of settlers and purchasers
on the bill for lands in Kansas and Nebraska
chasers of publio to He also presented the
brinks Agreed ffice appropri
of the postoffice
report
conference to The deficien bill
ation bill Agreed item on motIon of
taken up an
being again to to the Choctaw
inserted pay
Daws was 2858000 the amount of the judR
Indians Court at the October
ment term of of the 1886 Supreme The bill and amendments
I
were finally presented to the Senate
j 4vwvM w M4AW KJOUCkkC
I On demand of McPherson the ytas and
nays weretaken on one of the Pacific Rail
road amendments and it
was agreed to yeas
27 nays 17 The yeas and nays were also
taken on the amendment for French spoli
tion claims and it was agreed to yeas 31
nays 12
Morgan moved to insert a provision for
fifty copyists for the Pension office and
made an affecting appeal on behalf of any
respectable educated but poor women who
are seeking government employment in
Washington but cannot get it under the
civil service rules After discussion the
motion was laid on the tableyeas 27 nays
16 Finally at 515 oclock the bill was
passed and a message to that effect was sent
to the House
Allison presented the conference repoi rt
on the Legislative Executive and JudIcial
bills an agreement being reached on all
points except as to clerks to Senators He
moved that the Senate insist So ordered
Other House bills were then taken fro
the calendar and passed The Senate at 6
a m went into secret session
WASHINGTON March 4The doors were
reopened at 10 oclock this morning and
the Senate in the meanwhile having take
two hours recess The first business den
was the presentation by Plumb of the cor
ference report on the District of Columbia
Appropriation bill The report was read
and agreed to The next business was the
presentation by Dawea of the conference
report on the Fortification bill It was to
the effect that the conferees had not been
able to agree Dawes said it was with in
finite regret that the Senate conferees wen
obliged to make this report They had
conceded vervn > uoh in order to reach a con
clusion and to srhe the essence and vitality
of the measure needed to protect the
coast The plan which they hat
submitted to the committee was expressed
in the form of a bill which he would have >
printed in the Record and alongside with it
he would have printed the plan submitted
at the last moment by the House conferees
The country would judge between these two <
propositions and decide where the blame lay
for the failure by this Congress to do any
thing towards the inauguration of some
efficient system of fortifications
The irreconoileablo difference between the
Senate managers and the House manager
was on the question of purchasing steel for
the purpose of making steel guns of the
highest type The question might be <
summed in one sentence Whether stee
guns should be subordinated to cast iron
cans or cast iron guns subordinated to the
highest typo of steel guns
The Senate has confirmed the following
nomination Arthur K Delaney of Wis
consin to be Collector of Customs for the
District of Alaska
The Deficiency bill failed for want ol
time to engross it
The Fortification bill was abandoned in
conference
Hawley another one of the conferees said
he desired to emphasize this most extra
ordinary condition of affairs There was nc
fortification bill for the current year nor
the next year so far as concerned armj
coast defenses and heavy guns nothing
whatever had been done There was nc
money to cut grass along glacif s
of forts or to buy shingles or nails
for old sheds and dwellings of forts not
one solitary cent Work was stopped and
all property at these forts were left to raols
find ruin for the coming two years The
simple statement of that fact was a most
extraordinary indictment of somebody He
lad no doubt whatever that if the whole
subject could have been left open
to the full and free deliberation of
jongress something would have been
lone which would have been a
credit to the country So far as the Senate
was concerned the record would show that
he debates and votes on both sides of the
chamber had been fully up to the popular
demand
WITHOUT DAT
The President and Cabinet reached the
Capitol at 12 oclock actual time The
locks of the two houses were set back
TR5 Senate adjourned without day at
IA Senate time but 1204 actual time
The House
WASHINGTON March 4At 5 oclock this
morning the effects of a sixteenhour session
were plainly visible in the appearance of
emnants of documents and reports The
imosphere in the House was very impure
and oppressive and was well impregnated
with tobacco smoke notwithstanding the
repeated appeals of the Speaker to the mem
bers requesting them to observe the rule
which prohibited smoking on the floor
A few minutes after 5 Blount of Georgia
announced that the conference committee
on the Pos tofiice Appropriation bill had
reached an agreement by the recession of
tbe Senate conferees from the subsidy
mendmendment The report was agreed
to thus disposing of the bill finally
The Legislative bill came from the Senate
bout C and it was immediately called up by
lolman who explained that the point of
ifference remaining between the houses
was the item for the secretaries of Senators
oman moved that the House recede from
it i disagreement to the Senatorial amend
tent I
Holmans motion received a majority vote
but Taulbee made a point of no quorum
which consumed the time until 730 when
his opposition was withdrawn and the
lotion declared carried this passing the
legislativeAppropriation bill Although the
Deficiency bill had not reached the House
yet on motion Long of Massaohusette
the Senate amendments to the bill were non
concurred in and the Speaker authorized to
appoint a conference committee
The conference report on the bill amend
ing sections 5191 and 51J2 revised statutes
was agreed to
As early 7 oclock spectators began to oc
hour before the
upy the gallery and in an
cuPy
expiration of the Fortyninth Congress by
imitation at least 2000 persons were
resent
The House adjourned sine die at noon
The SHistraii Insurgents
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LONDON March iA dispatch to the
Times from Bucharest states that several
persons were killed in the fighting at
Silistria between the insurgents and the
loyal troops Two officers and sixteen pri
vates who engaged in the revolt were cap
tured and shot
Wants to Br There
VIENNA March 4Servin as a precaution
ary measure in view of trouble in Bulgaria
has sent troops to the frontier It S3 also
reported that the Servian reserves have been
called out
Another Shock
I NICE March 4Another slight shook of
I earthquake has been felt here
j Consumption Cured
I An old physician retired from activs
1 practice having had placed in his hande
by an East India missionary the formula
the
of a simple vegetable remedy for
speedy and permanent cure of Consump
tion Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and
all Throat and Lung Affections after
having thoroughly tested its wonderful
curative powers in thousands of cases
feels it his duty to make it known to his
suffering fellows The recipe sent FREE
full direc
to all who may desire it with
tions for preparing and successfully using
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