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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Thetota circulation Tribune last week ion of ThJ was r Cfyou want Houses Booms or Servants patronize the Wantj Columns of The Tribune 138 LAKE SATURDAY MARCH 1890 PRICE FIYE ri rtiriflvrn SAiT LAKES Bid DtLAitfl Tlie Industrial Home Obstroclionists Create a THE MAJOR GENERALSHIP SCRAMBLE General Milew to he the Jjeacl Tariff Schedule is Unchanged Minority on Democratic Trick public of Chill and Intermediate points Sild vessels w iiuikobiinoatljly round trips iltlfjsist U ftacJi to be firstolass in ovcry rcsppcc and of not loss than four thouwirid vesselowners to bo prohibited from entering Into any arrange mentor combination to Increase passenger or freight rates 1 As lomiKJiisatlon Tor this service a sui sldy bo provided to be paid annual y by tlio subscribing nations in propoitlon to their population This lotal amount how ever is not to exceed 110 cents per ton for each one thousand miles sailed The conference today adopted the report of tin Oonjinittee on Communication on tno Gulf of Mexico and the Carribean bca ai published nssaul LAKF TRTTIUNK WASfflNOTON March Il ISiiO mli Salt Likobuilding bill ought to have reported from committee nf tho House before this It would havf bwn had not the committee been bombarded at tho lust meeting with thu details of the Indus trial Homo schemo A f tlie sub committee said thatthnro had been a prac tical aKcoerncrit Ui report or 000 loaving the conference committee to increase Ib to but the On tho bill from Its own horm had prejudiced a approprlatiun Tho matter will croiiMi up nfxt vhen the frionds of tho bill W to try to rapairtli5 damage done TJIRMIAO to 1vid on flchudult will stjnid lor iho the Ways and Muans luivn burn with protests from the of Kansas figalnst tin duty of lead ores of their ar Lat night it was that tho sihodulo should will be lively fight on tho bill IK brought before tho Bifihop Kshor Pound Guilty Marcli 21 Tho committee rnhnstor of J Ksher of Chicago this afternoon found lilm guilty of iill tho hood slandor and old difncultits for Mio purple f in the n t 1 Sll DEATH OF A SOLDIER HERO or General Crook is Smitten by the Dread Messenger A DISTINGUISHEDCAREERCUT SHORT Action of the War Tributes From General Sherman and BxPresident HayesFuneral Arrangements A Biographical Sketch cinirch Tiny noiuruond penned tho genonil in UlshcMW Jubs of Cleveland and Bowman have alreuly ncen An OiHce for Ittuhone NEW YOKK 31anh special from Washington Mahono is not suing to ho wlidllv irL in tlie cold aficr all It lias decided to appoint him ConsulGeneral at uris in place of General Uathbonc will bo lelinltuly Htsmd Tl iUin when to bo colonels A Crop HAVANA March sugar crop tills yeur will show nn incresiso of 10 per as coinpfirod with tho previous crop A largely area was devoted to cane culture lasyear Kcsuisio Work March colliers re sumed work yesterday and more will return today iiy Monday a largo majority of tho men will bo at work INGER80LL ON LYING nibly settinj vlclin that a bill io I Ish arid report on tho f between tlio titlo to Idaho and CANlHiJATKrt JfIt CKOOKrt Crooks snddcu was a great In military The news niKtvod early in spread and Ixotw it wis ciroulntod the friends ofiiixioiis irandldatiw tor promotion wore to work It generally con tlnit CJunenil Mltos will rooeivo stars of a MaJoiCioneral hn bains tlin ranking brigadier brt a Whcaton and Morrow of tho of tho IMulLo Colonol McCook and olfxiel Grioraon are all uandl As siMilorliy does not havo oonsldorcfl In selections above a rank tho field open to all General Crook himself was promoted from a a brigadiership over tho of all thn colonels in tho army A FAlll KISSOIlIllON Tho Houso Committee on today decided to report fav to tho House Chandlers rtso apait noxt for of tho Worlds fair and pro fir action upon it at 4 oclock of coAii FOR ALASKA Soimtor Mandorson today introduced a bill tooxlond tbo laws of tho Un tod States Vlilch provldo for title of coal to tho Distrhth of Introducea mako MHI Commissioner of jMshorlow n M onioor of I ho Department of Agriculture TUB COKUK D ThollouwiCominlttoo on Indian Affairs has a hill to ratify tlio nxioeinoii United Stilton and tlio Coourd Alone Jn cUans of Idaho Under this agroomont the Imlliins jiroiaisA to relinquish cortiiln lands in Washington possessed by thorn but ow by tlio United States Tho United Htates agreed Cor tlto bonotit of tho Indians TttK Hrosiua from tho Oommlt today reported favor to tbo lloiiso with uinondmonts tho Itilf defining lard and imposing a tax upon und rouulnting tho manufacture or lard Tho report accoinpanylng tho bill says tho main toaturos of the bIU aro slmlliir to tho oleomargarine law whioh tho conimittoo says has givrn genera 1 satls fiction Tho report Concludes with tho stitoment Compound lard trade as tiVried on is a stupendous commercial fraud which it is tho duty of Congros to suppress A rKMOCRATlC TTilCJC Much Interest is oxcited at dopartmont by tho action of W illiam Una lev loulko of Indiana in sending out Inquir ies to presidential postolllcos whore changes oliantjos liavo occurred since tho 4th ol March J8SO especially to postmasters who liavo b ou removed In sponklng of tho matter today First Assistant Postmaster Clarkson said Wo are revolving letters from nowlyappolntcd Dosuimsturs who have boon addressed in thiswav Tho Inquirlos set out in every instance that I have soon soem to show projudlco and tho obango made is assumed i evidently anoffort to set statements frcun oflicovs for political uses and some ot the letters show an intention to try and ln duoo tho now postmasters to make stato monls In dofenso where no defense is needed No political capital oan bo madoout of theso chances The President mado no roatovals except for cause delinquency inofflcienoy of service or violation of tho A MISOIilTV OX WYOMISO Pvcpresontatlve Sprlncov with the balance of the minority of tho House Committee on Territories have united in a report In op position to tho bill reported by the majority providing for tho admission of Wyoming us a State Tho main objections of the min ority aro that there was no warrant or law for a constitutional convention and conse quently a very inadequate representation o voters in tho convention among whotj wero Included a number of women Tho min orityproposes another constitutional con vention popular vote upon woman suf frage and tho adailaslonof the new State by Presidential proclamation afterwards IT TAKES A MAN OP 1SKA1NS TO TELL AX ARTISTIC LIE An IntoroHtlns Address at a Tress Club Great Orator 1ronounecs Judgment on American Newspapers Nnw YOIIK March Tiw BUNTS Dispatch Kraiiolscn Chranitifi Series t the Press annual dinner lusl uvomn0 Colonel It 0 TntfursolL delivered brilliant oulivy on the art of lylnfr Stupidity said lie can tell a thing exactly us It is but it ro culios brains toll Ik as it ought to bo told Mo wont lnar Joseph JolYcrscm ono time and listoriliig to Caleb Hummers clo linos told for tho purpose of making s girl happy hu had really an idea 0 a society for tho suppression r Fourib Infantry and went nnd was as sinod to duty in West Virginia sept li iSfiJ Captain Crookwas made colonel of Ui ThirtysiyTh Ohio and bfceamo commanaei of tlio Third brigade He was badly wounded j at Lewisburg for which in May Jbli no made a major in the regular and to hrigartierpeueral of volunteers in Septem ber of the same year For gallantser vice at Aniietuin he was made 116utenaut coloncl and on October 7 was made colonel of regulars for for gallant conduct at the bat tie of Farminglon Tennessee and was assigned to tho command of the beconn Cavalry H3 was mustered out of thQ vol untcr service with the rank of major ana ton days hitor was lieutenantColonel of the Third and placed in com mand of the department of Arizona in J he was to brigadlorgenoral and in 18SS succeeded rcrry Prior to this last promotion he was m com mand of tho department of the ilatte with headquarters at Omaha The senior briga diergenera of the be appointed to fill the vacancy is General 7 C Keltou formerly adjutantgeneral or the department of Missouri TO Trusts and Pension Legislation Dis cussed in Congress He had so would be TO his own betjii one of the men whom they had had to nveivome He had a regard foMho Government He wa mishty sorry he bad tried to break it up but if the genttonen were going to carry pension legislation to iw lejsit Iniate conclusion Congress bad nouor stop iind have an It i to him as if the country wouUl have to icu in Grand Army of the Republic lake the oov urnmcnt THE SERVICE PENSION BILL PASSED Breckouridpo expressed hlmsoif in favor of a liberal pension system but wa opposed to the abuse of that opposed making of the Pensi system md ion Bureau a ISTEB IY THE 1SER The Prince of Wales Royally Enter tained at Berlin THE CHANCELLORSHIP APPOINTMENT great political machine said the minority had suddenly Grosvenor become wonderfully patriorlo a nd if it record It of Kaislng his hands and eyes upward in a dramatic manner ho cxclalnic A f lor all gentlemen I call upon you to wit ness that there is nothing so weak and holp lOHfi as tho truth 8ho KOCS into the arena On ic AGO March George Crook in command of the Depart ment of tho Missouri died at the Grand Pacific Hotel at this moiningof heart failure There had not been tho slightest warning that the General was not perfectly well lie was at army all day last night at the hotel ap peared to bo in usual good health Ho got up as usual this morning at about 7 oclock and while drying suddenly said to his wilo I cant Mrs Crook helped him to a sofa and a doctor was at once summoned but before ho could reach the room General Crook was dead The General had been in command of the Department of the Missouri of or several years succeeding Generaltkshotiek LANDLORD DRAKES ACCOUNT John 13 Drake proprietor of the Grand Pacific Hotel uindu the following statement loan Associated Press reporter General arose shortly before 7 oclock appa rently in usual health and in accordance with his custom began exercising with weights and pulleys connected with an sippyratus which ho kept in his room After a fow minutes ho stopped and sank down upon a lounge saying that lie folc a difficulty in breathing J A few minutes later lie called out to his wile Oh Alary Mary I need help 1 cant my Assistance was summoned and Dr Iliirlhurt was sent for Evoiytilling that could bo done was done but ho failed to rally and died at 715 I suppose his death resulted from an affection of the heart bor some weeks in fact over since he returned from his Just trip to the Northwest ho has boon complaining of a hearingdown sensa tion in tho neighborhood of his heart Dr N L llurlburt the physician sum moned said I arrived at the bedside only four or five minutes boforo death He was suffering from irregular notion of the heart and his chest scomocl to be filled up Wo did what wo could for him in tho way ot hot applications but ho was in arttculo moriis when I arrived and died without rallying it appeared to bo a easu of heart failure but J could not bo positive about that as I had never boon called to attend him ueforo It may have been some stomach complica tions SOME TIME The Sugar Trust Dividend YORK March OBrien of the Supreme Court this morning granted leave to the Sugar Trust to declare a divi dend of PCIcent on on Con dition that the portion due on the North River Kolining Companys interest be de posited with the court ponding final deter mination of the suit against that company in tlie Court ol Appeals soon as the formal notice of the action ofthe court was received the Sugar Trust announced that they would pay the regular quarterly dividend of 2 per cent April THE CRIMINAL THREATS OF LYNCHING AGAINST THE COLOKADO CITY FIRE BUGS Electrical Executions Declared Constitu tionalA Baseball Player Sentenced to Flaclc Ey ruucl Escaped Arrest wlhout shield or spear A lio in comlete arrows sword nirt ood heal thy elud in complete ftod cloes the business Ono of tho groatasr things In tho woild ho said to cultivate the Imagination Tho man who murders lacks imagination Uli doH not HOC dead body of his victim nor wifes gritf He doos not sec the funeral rrjr hoar tho clods falling on his collin Ho mnhablV iloos not soo his own trial and exo Ulon but if ho docs ho probably pu s up pistol and consoles himself with the thought that his opponent if lofl alone will I JUH lii a position to fairly judge of tho press of tho United continued IngersoU not always having boon on tho jopular I tako this occasion to say that i ava no reason to complain of tho press of tho Unliod States It has told many truths icmt mo and It might have told things ihout mo wore not MR BLITZS OF FARE Man Who lOuts Tacks Frogs Lamp Chimneys and Fire NEW YORK March Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle was brought Into court yesterday morning charged with stealing a watch froia a sailor but was discharged on proving that ho had sulllcicnt means of support the watoh not being found on him HIttz said that ho was an being requested to inform the court what branch of tho profes sion ho followed bo responded am a frog cater a tiro cator a lamp chimney eater and a tack How many tacks can you oat T can eat five or six tacks at a time with out any How many lamp chlmnoys can you One or how many frogs or i Do you uso any ointments or chemicals Nothing but a few Do you live on frogy tacks ana lamp chimneys altogether Oh no I require something more nutri said that his wife tacks andamp chlmnoys also ato frogs PACIFIC COAST COMMUNICATION Steamers Recommended toy the Intcinational WAsnrxaJOy Marcb Tho Inter national Conference today re ceived tbo report of the Coinmlttoo on Com jntfnlcatlor on tho Pacific Ocean Tho com mittee recommended that tbo Nations lying along the Western coast of tbo American Continent uud represented In ferenco agree to subsidize ono or jijoro lines of steamsblpsj which shall make regular voyages between tho port of ban Francisco and that of Valparaiso in the Ro CUT OFF A SAILORS EAR An Incident from McCalhxs Past Testi moiiy NEW YORK March Dispatch Francisco Chronicle letter came to Admiral Kiraborly today sent liy IL F Connolly a mason living at 172 Orange street Newark saying that ho would testify against Commander McCalla Con nolly says that in 13S1 while tbo United steamer Powhattan was in southern watersC ho was a secondclass fireman and McCalLa was a lieutenant While an nt tompt was being made to put a drunken Bailor below deck McCalla drew his sword and tonic off ouo of tbo mans YESTERDAYS ENTS NMV YORK March tho McCalla inquiry today Chief FnineerEntwistle testified regarding bis suspension by McCalla because ho tested boiler with salt water instead of fresh McCalla also told his sido of tbo story Entwistio said to test certain repairs it was necessary to fill tho boiler with salt water Ho said McCalla was very much excited when talking of tho matter and would not allow him Eutwistle to exphuu anything William Boimott testified that it was cus tomary and proper to test boilers with suit them with fresh water Coal heaver Ilobbs told how ono day be cause tho dirt on his shoe tuado a spot pa the deck Lieutenant lusersoil caught him tho neck and throw him clown and had buckets of water thrown over him Tho Judge Advocate asked Lieutenant Ingorsoll if bo knew of any officers of the Doing Intemperate m tho use of liquor on cruises Insersoll said that Messrs Bennett and Davis wero suspended and punished at Tayol for being under tho influence of liquor At Villa Franche in February and Lisbon In December last Lieutenant Limilv was under tho influence of liquor MoOulla tpday refused to say anything to reporters i regarding tho story that he while executive officer of one of tho vessels of tho South Atlantic squadron several years cut off a sailors ear in a moment of linger Major EancUill of General Crooks staff said I bad noticed for some tlmo that General Crook was not in his usual health Mo was aman who never complained and Sii id very little about his sulToriugs At tho theater Jast night I saw that ho was not fooling at all well and asked him If he wero In pain lie said no but I think that was tlio beginning of the end Arrangements for tlio funeral have not yet been General SchoOeUl has been telegraphed to in regard to and his wishes will ho Considered Tho burial will probably tiiko place at Oakland tho home of bis wifes people though possibly it may be thought host to inter the remains at Arling ton National Ccmotrf at Washington Gon ornl Crook was 61 years old in September lust ACTION OF TTIE WAR WASHINGTON March news of the deathof General Crook was a great shock to tho officials of the War Department Secre tary Proctor was particularly affected by the Intelligence as he bad very intimate as sociations with Crook during his visit to Washington a few days ago Ho sent a per sonal message of condolence to Mrs Croott and gave Instructions for ageneral ordoi announcing Crooks death to the army Tho order will rccifco tho worth and distinguished services of the deceased and will direct tha tho nags at sill military posts be placed a half mast on the day of tho funeral and also that tho officers wear the usual badge o mourning KUIjOOrXBD BY SHEUMAN NFW You ic March WT Shotman when told of General Crooks death by an Associated Press reporter showed deep regret George Crook was u wnys a man on whom wo could depend saidhu Ho was the most successful in dealing with tho Indians the United States had in Its service The Indians re spected and trusted him and he could bring them around or make them reason when everyone else failed During the KcbelHon Crook had charge of tho sec ond cavalry division stationed in Northern Alabama and did excellent work During my fifteen years as comnianderinchlef of the army 1 had ample opportunity to find out Crooks good traits awl I never found him anythingbut a man who could bo de pended on in every A TRIBUTE FROM HAYES TREMONT March Hayes will go to Chicago to attend tho funeral sorvicos of General Crook He was much affected by the sudden death of his old commander and reviewed the Generals record paying a high tribute to his charac ter both in public and private lile Uur iiv tho said General Hayes officers ami men alike loved Crook as a brother In his intercourse both with privates and officers he was a model commander To General Crook the private soldier was not only a part of a machine but a fellow man intrinsically the equal in intellect and worth of the officer who commanded him Without lowering or loosening the reins of discipline he treated his subordinates ac cording to this high and enlightened esti ALBANY March Court of r Appeals las affirmed the judgment of the courts be ow in the Kemmler murder case declaring ho electrical execution constitutional SCORED HIS LAST HUN NEWYORK March the base ball player was sentenced to this naming for the murder of his wiCeJ AHKKST WEBBATED NEW YORK March publication of the fact that detectives had located Eyrand hp alleged French thiscity de feated his arrest Eyraud was at St Louis ind tho French detectives were lust about to arrest him when he disappeared mysteri ously leaving bis newspapers whoprinted the story of the presetted French officers gavo Eyraud warning trunk contained dainagiug ovidenco against him AMERICAN CROOKS IN LOKDON LONDON March American crooks Lacklose Smith and arraigned and remanded for attempting to steal from a city bank THIS FLACK DEFENSE NEW YORK March in the Flack case began today Tho counsolto tho defense attempted to pjove tfiat Mr Flack was a drunkard but tho that in crossexamining Mrs Flack when on the stand in regard to her drinking habits tho defense had bound themselves by her answers and wero now debarred from fur ther inquiry in this direction This is an important victory for the prosecution A number of witnesses were called to prove the good character of Flack his son and Mceks THE SITUATION AT COLORADO COLORADO CITY March wero no new developments today ex citement is running high and the discovery of tho fire bugs will result in their execu tion without due process of law Late last night and aftor the burning of Mayor SLockbridges residence and theAmerican tlie residence of K J Bees the Grand Avenue Hotel and the Crystal Palace variety theater wero burned The total loss was about Two suspicious characters Peter Keed and a man named Meyers have been arrested charged with beta incendiaries The city is patrolled tonight by one hundred special police and person caught attempting to repeat last nights outrages will bo summarily dealt with The Discussion Takes a Political Character and the Democratic Record is Wants His AntiTuiir Remedy Applied to Another Evil WASHINGTON March the Senate numerous petitions and memorials wore pre sented among thorn the following For a law against the employment of aliens on Government work for the free and unlimited coinage of silver against the extension of the Pacific railroad debts and one from California for the removal of the duty on jute and jute bagging On motion of Sherman the bill to declare unlawful trusts was taken up and Sherman addressed the Senate At the close of Sherman s speech Tnjrnllb ave notice of an amendment which he would offer an amendment aimed against dealings in futures It was read and ordered printed On motion of Sherman it was ordered the substitute reported from tho luuanca Committee be treated as tbo original bill and so the amendments proposed by and Ingalls are to be treated as amend ments in the first and second degree Yost iirnied against the constitutionality of the original bill as well as of the substi tute declaring his belief that tho bupremo Court would Immediately throw it out ot court Tho Senate had been told at the last session by Sherman that whenever he was satisfied that combinations wero protected by tho high protective duty ho would be in favor of reducing that duty and that Vest sain was the real remedy Those trusts were protected by tho high tariff and were enabled to work their iniquitous purposes under tho buttress oilered by the tar in law Hiscock said that no attempt should be made to give the Federal Government juris diction of a subject over which the fatatos had fulland ample control Blair renewed his motion to reconsider the votooC yesterday by which the educational bill was rejected arid Ingalls moved to lay that motion on tho table No action was to adjourn over till Monday was opposed by Sherman who wished to have action on the antitrust bill postponed until tumorrow and the motion was defeated Allison replied to Vests argument as to connection between arm trusts taking the ground that all great combinations were practically outside Clio tariff and independent of it He would not admit that oven tho Sugar Trust was de pendent on the tariff He was not sure but that If sugar wero on the free list there would not be still a combination among the sugar refineries In tho great staples could only destroy the unpatriotic record It had always made it would be wondering benefited Tho gentleman from Now Ion at the from evci had huned Ms Spinola had said that the party had run up tho pensions 000 000 to There was not dollar of thnt money that had been primed under any general pension bill evei passed by the Democratic party or signed by a Democratic President that of increasing the pensions of With this exception every aollar of tho appropriations duo to tho patriotism 01 tho Republican party Referring to Uevc luncls veto of tho dependent pension bill he said that when Cleveland was renoni n atcd no man had shouted louder in his behalf than the man from Indiana And yet Cleveland who vetos in the faces of the most popular Democrat in and three years hence would arag the Dot oeratic party at his cart wheels Tho Domo wore to bo credited with the fact that there were twenty thousand Union soldiers in the poorhouse who would have boon com fortable under the bill which Cleveland had VCTarsney inquired whether the Rcpubticans intended to pass the dependentpension bill passed by Cleveland Grosvenor replied that they would not They would pass a Republican bill which would not contain a pauper feature sinct would have nothing in it to degrade man the course of further remarks Spinola si ated that the great bulk of tho Union army was made up from the Democratic legions of the North This caused a sarcastic langii on the Republican sido After further debate the committee roso and the bill passed A bill was passed appropriating to enable tho Secretary of War to purchase tents for the use of people driven from their homes by the Hoods in Arkansas Mis sissippi and Louisiana The bouse then took a recess the evening session to bo for tbe consideration of private pension bills THE MCAULIFFECARROLL RGHT MAC KNOCKS JIMMY OUT IN 1TOKTY SEVJSN ROUNDS Both Mon Displayed Mucli Clovorness A Lively ThrcoKomul Con tost at Wash Gory Spectacle The Prussian States Have Something to Say About ItrTho Army ia Pleased by the Selection of Gen You Caprivi woolen and cotton goods leather boots and nd iron and steel on which tho shoes and iron duties were and high there Wfls trust except perhaps as to steel rails and nails Bo also with the silk industry of this country which produced probably half the silk consumed and which was protected the sil by a heavy duty There was a trust or THE pai General Hayes philanthropist has framed theories for the uplifting of the red mnn which in spirit and aim are more worthy of a just generous and powerful nation than the practic able measures Crook has devised of discouragement and formidable obstacles has carried into actual administration Entitled to the wreath that encircles the brow of the hero in war he also achieved the pure fame which to him who taking the part of a weak injured and almost friendless people has had the supreme satisfaction of giving them air equal chance in the race of Major General George proplc i Ohio Sept 1529 andentered West Point Military graduating July 1 1852 Ho commissioned brevet second lieutenant in the Fourth Infantry and served at Fort Columbia New 1 orlc until July 7 1S53 Avhenho was made second lieutenant and was transf erredto ort J ones California whero he1 served until 185 6 his duty being the commanding of an escort to the topographical then makin a survey of the Rogtio river Ho was made firstlieu tenant March 11 ISobancl was in command of expedition in he was wounded by ramarrow ID Slav 1S6L ha was made cantata the the House of Defended in Lords LONDON March the House of Corn nous this evening Labouchera moved the abolition of hereditary representativein Parliament The people would not long crate the idea that several men were born with tho privilege to the gov and to legislate as a class The House had the spectacle before it of men excluded from the Jockey Club and warned oit of race courses and yet able to interfere vith the legislation of the nation The mo tion was rejected 201 to 139 OPPOSITION TO SALISBURY Tho Marquis of Salisbury moved in the Bouse of Lords today that the report of the Parnell Commission bo approved The 1 ar nellltes congratulated themselves upon bein found not guilty of certain charges but there was evidence to show that there wero Parnellites In Parliament who were ready to make uso of the crimes committed outside of Parliament The Irish parliamentary party had their hands on the throttle valve of crime Hear hear and let go their restrained of criminality as their political necessities required How could the coun try assent to tho committing of great Ire laud to men thus linked with criminality immorality The Commission had laid bare and indicated the spirit of those aspiring to be governors of Ireland Hero were men whose political ob jects were systematically pursued by means leidinr to outrage and their political career ought to wurh the country beforehand what would be the fate of tbe loyal adherents of tbe crown if ever these criminal conspirators got control of Ireland Baron Hersholl attacked the onesided character of Salisburys speech in refering only to the charges on Parnellites were and omitting to1 mention the graver onwhich they wero acquitted The verdict of public opinion was on the side of the Parnellites now and when the story was fullly wrltted on the pases of history condemnation would not rest upon the Parnellites but would con centrate upon their accusers Lord Kimbeiiy said thewhole case was pivoted upon tbe forgeries and it was only just to record that the charges based thereon had collapsed Lord Spencer said he could notsupport the iLOtlonwithout also recordingthegreat wrong inflicted upon Parnell The old methods of governing Ireland had failed and the onlyremedy was to throw upon the Irishmen the responsibility of managing their own severely censured the for reparationto Parnell and lor taking no steps the Ke concluded with an teloquent reproach and warning tlie saying that all history gave evidencethat ari aristocracy separated from thepeople uy i uciivj combination for raising tho price of beef and lowering the cost of cattle on tho hoof and no one could say that that trust was the result of high duties There were also an oatmeal trust and a whisky trust which hadnothing to do with the duties Although he agreed with the gentlemen who were in favor of remodelling and revising the tariff still the Senators if they wished to correct the roatevils of trusts and combinations would fall far short of their purpose if thoy confined themselves to a modification of the tirlff rates It was the duty of Congress to put on the statute books such legislation as would inhibit trusts and combinations m Coko offered a substitute Cor the bill and George otYered an amendment both of which wore ordered printed The bill then went OVQT till Monday wl e i it is to be unfinished business and it was ordered that the session tomorrow be confined to business on the calendar On announcing pairs on tho Blair bill yesterday the positions of four senators were misstated Quay and Ransom who were for the bill wero paired with Butler and Casey who were against it It was the reverse of this that was stated After executive session adjourned House WASHINGTON March House went into Committee of theWhole on tbe Pension Appropriation bill Cheadlo Ind spoke at lengthin favor of a service pension law He explained the provisions of the bill author izing a service pension for life to every vet eranover 50 ofago who served sixty days and was honorably discharged Invalid pensioners who receive less a month arid all who receive no pensions will no beneficiaries under it the conclusion of CheadloS speech Cle ments said that after listening to the speeches of the gentlemen on the other side he was inclined to wonder why Commissioner Tanner had been requested to resign The gentleman from Kansas Peters had justi fied the action of Tanner in putting upon the pension rolls those who rendered good service before they left the army without permission for increasing the 812 rate and rerating pensions Then why had Tanner been asked to resign Morrow said the question could be answered easily but as the answer would involve going into the matter in detail he would refrain from doing so at present Clements said theemployment of thirty additional medical examiners and the in of the Pension SAN FRANCISCO March interest was taken in the contest tonight between Jack MoAuliffe and Jimmy Carroll at tho California Athletic Club and fully people were in attendance Owing to some rumors that the contest would not be A genuine one President Fulda last night informed Carroll and McAuliffe tha If at any time during tbo contest there was any evidence of fooling tbo fight would be stopped and the men thrown out of the ring Hiram Cook was selected as referee me betting tonight was quite brisk and con siderable money was placed at two to one on McAulilte Both men were in the pink of condition Carroll weighin Tho men McAuliHe came into crease in the employees Bureau indicated that a large increase in the amount of pensions must result even under the existing laws Clements inquired whether the ninetyeight and a half million dollars carried by the bill would be sumcient for the next fiscal year Morrow replied that it would be sufficient to pay all tho pensions under the present but if Congress passed further laws in creasing the number or rate of pensions there would be a Clements did not oppose just and liberal pensions He was not going to vote against thepending bill His objection to it was that it appropriatedless money than theadministration knew would be necessary to pay the pensions for the next year By num charged tbe Republican party with being false to its promises to thexjoun try in the matter of pensions Tbe crats he said were determined that carry out their pledges to Cutcheoninquired wSetber the Democrats while in control of the House bad passed a service pension bill Bynum replied that they had but that they bad not gone home votes under false pretenses Spinola said tbe Democrats intended to draw the line of battle 011 tbe service pen sion bill Tbe Democrats did not intend that tlie Republicans should parade them selves as the special friends ofthe veterans ic party bad forced the pen upto I IJAV the ring at and at thirty rounds had been fought with no decided advantage but slightly in McAuliflVs favor In the twentyninth and thirtieth Mc Auliffe pounded Carroll about the neck and body until was staggeredsome The next few rounds were generally in McAulifies favor but both men displayed much cleverness In the thirtyeighth Car roll commenced to pound away at Mswvs face and jaw Carroll reached his mark half a dozen times and Mao was evidently becom ing dazed Be struck out weakly but Car roll would get away safely and laud with another at Macs face Carroll repeated this performance in the next round thoush with not such good effect The fortieth round was quiet In tbo fortysecond Carroll pave MeAnliffo anugly upper cut and then planted several more hard ones on his nose and face causing blood to flow freely and making Mc Aullffo stagger In tho fortythira round McAulille was weaker but still game lie won the fight in the fortyseventh round A HOT THREE ROOK0 FIGHT WASHINGTON March Francisco Ctowifcto MikeBolgcrof this city knocked out William White of Boston in a threeround fight tills evening The encounter took place on tbe other side of the Maryland line It was one of the hottest fights that has been seen in this locality for some time From beginning to end of the short and decisive battle showed himself to be the better In the first round his third blow landed on White s nose drawing the and he was awarded first blood The round ended with a knockdown for Bolger At the commencement of the second oout White seemed to have hardly recovered from the dazed condition in which Bolgers rushes had thrown him and he meekly accepted considerable punishment A smart rib roaster however had the strange eiTect of jrichtening liim up somewhat and he mado a shortlived effort at retaliation After getting in a couple of good body blows how ever he collapsed In the third round when White staggered from his corner he was unrecognizable in consequence of the blood covered his face and dripped down in streams over his breiSt He was in no condition to light any further and after n few ineffectual attempts to wad off the Wows of his opponent his second threw up the sponge and the fcgat was awarded to Bolper NEW March Dispatch Francisco Chronicle 2Vfaii n7id fSxprcss Berlin cable The delay In tho noti fication by the official gazette aud to tho foreign embassies of the appointment of General VonCapriviis is due to tbe necessity of obtaining tho formal consent oi the Inde pendent Prussian States before such au nouncement can be properly made The question of obtaining the agreement of Han over Wurtemberg Bavaria upon any man other than Prince Bismarck has been tho most reason for the delay of tho exChancellors resignation from time to time It has been Bismarcks strong hand and good sense that held them together from tho first But now probably their common interests aro so well established that any Imperial Chancellor who is not positively objectionable would bo accepted by them In truth Bismarcks peculiar methods colonial schemes and his bitter an tagonism to the growing Republican spirit in Europe have been regarded for sometime in some quarters as indicating that bis days of usefulness pretty well over This docs not prevent sincere regret at the man ner of his retirement and considerable doubt as to the immediate results The army is decidedly pleased with tbo appointment General Von Caprivi as Imperial it ml Count Von Moltko expressed to tho his thanks for tho compliment im plied in the appointment of a military maty to thishigh post The new regime will no have auy immediate or noticeable effect the foreign policy of Germany upon whiel the Kaiser and Prince Bismarck fulls agreed HERBETTE RESIGN BKRMN March is reported that Herbetto French Am bassador bore will resign after the conclu sion of the labor conference THIS OF WALKS AT The Prince of Wales arrived this morning nnd was rnoelved by the Emperor Empress Frederick and daughters and a number of princes of the reigning families of the man Empire When tho Prince alighted from tho train an English 7iatioual anthem was rlayed by tbo baud Tho Emperor and the Prince entered a carriage and wero driven to tho castle escorted by cavalry The Emperor was attired In the uniform of a general of English dragoons The Prince of Wales woro the uniform of a German general Tbo largo crowd along tho route warmly cheered tho Emperor and the Prince A banquet wasgiven at the bcluoss this evening Emperor William toasted the Prince of Wales in a most complimentary manner expressed thanks for the reception givenhim in England drank to a continu ance of the good relations between thotwo countries and hopedthat their fleets and armies might still cooperate In the cause of PThoprinco of Wales thanked tbo Emperor for the compliments made aud drank to the welfare of the Emperor and the Empire General Von Caprivi the now Chancellor bad a conference today with Bismarck COUNT HEPBERTS SUCCESSOR PARIS March Sciclc asserts that Count Von Minister Gorman Ambassador at Paris will succeed Herbert Bismarck as German Foreign Minister A pKRirrniOfTS PRINCE Paris March San Francisco Chronicle Teauno former cheramio of Prince Was V was without disoiissiou and yet the Republicans went on the stump and told the people tbat tbeyiwere the frienQs of the the TJnipn Enloe tbe necessity i of thoroughly investigating the workings Of the Pension he or To do Hatzfeldt husband of Clara Huntlngton having sold off all her furniture Is now hawking her jewels around for sale through n commission agent who has offered them to different Americans in Paris It is po vlous that her story of tho destitution chat is in prospect for her is siot an exaggerated one and it is the opinion of everybody hero that tho time has come for Prince to repay her the large sum of money that be owes her There seems however to be no chance of bis doing this as all that ho has is spent at tbe baccarat table Immediately after judgment was given against her a short time ago Jeanne I Alle macno wrote an imploring letter to tbe Prince stating that in consequence of the action of her creditors she was the prinic of complete ruin and begging him to remem ber the obligations he is still under to her The letter was returned unanswered rince Hutzfeldtlost francs at one sitting at tlio Washington Club last week A CHARLESTON SOCIETY EVENT A Swell larky Wedding of Paralyz ing Magmrlceiice OrrAHTJiSTON S March Francisco Chronicle A sensational swell wedding took place here last night Tbe whole of the AfroAmeri President Colby Resigns MILWAUKEE March Colby to day resigned the presidency of the Wiscon sin Central railroad company E H Abbott was elected It is believed that Colby will soon be chosen president of the Northern Pacific A German Riot BERLIY March while bold in meetings at Koepeuick night be came excited and raised Two gen darmes while endeavoring to disperse were wounded can four hundred were present Nothing like it has ever been seen in the Soutb T3ae groom was Dr William E Tones and the bride Miss Mary Parkerson The former is coppercolored and the latter a dark blonde The groom was attired in a costume fashioned after James ONielTs Monte Cristo dress in tbe third act satin trunks silk hose and silk waistcoat trimmed with valenciennes lace The bride wore a cream colored silk robe with a pale blue sily bro cade front a V shaped corsage and golden SlTbe wedding was conducted in theFrench and Italian style ith grooms ushers and maids of honor Baptist church was densely packed and the street within two blocks was so crowded tb at a platoon of policemen head the sbridalv procession and clear a passage the After the services at the cbxirch a Vene tian was given at theresidence of tbe brides mother Tbe bouse and vrere illuminated witb Chinese lanterns Colored society was stirred to the center by the SPARKS FROM THE WIRES TheWashington League Baseball club has been admitted to the Atlantic Association which leaves with but nine clubs The nrcvailiig agricultural depression is treated Statist can Dodge in the March report ofthe Agricultural Depart The uke of Manchester is dead Two negroes were hanged In Louisiana yester day H j of the Military dead He graau aled Point In 1833 the French in Ywk in February iana has beeii from to California and Mexico The officeris on his track Xaquet the last Boulangist hisseatin the Frencli Senate andleft the of the remaining niem Over the tine I March The of the Cherokee boomers from the strip be ganin earnest today and numbers of settlers aro being squads of United States tro into Kansas General Merritt that all officers boomers make a careful record of the names and v former residences in order tb at J vw The CHICAGO March Orleans Chicago   

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