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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                If you want HotiBes Rooms or Servants patronize the Want Columns of The Tribune TGI 103 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY MORNING APB1X 16 IS00 BARRATTS DEGAPiTATKE Tlie Agnation of Salt Lakes Post toaster to Ie Accepted I A BENTOS THE LUCKY ASPIRANT Crowtli of tho Salt fvftke Federal Pe Cominittee Still en the Notes From it LAKI Htreot D April IS 18DO oped this afternoon that a change In tlio Ifistrnasutrsiiip of Suit Lake Is Im pending Iirst AsslKtunt ien iral Olarksun today took to tho Irosldont thft of J A Jtcntfjri JIM appointee In phun of Karrutt whoso resignation will bo Mr HnUms name bun boon pushed by T H and Congressman IloiKoy of aiul it Is endorsed by E I Tho grounds for tho change arc stated lo bo tho IMporl of an Inspector that tho ofllco is not being conducted on progressive lines coinonsnratc with tho growth unfl prosperity of the fty and that n shortening of riuiHtor term by nigh I con months will help matters along Mr Honton Is a brother to State Auditor Uonton of No who Is i biothiulnluw of oxCon Krossmun Horsey hence Interest inowrn OP HALT LAKH Owlnff to tho Illness of Chalnnan Mlllllcon of the HoiiKe Onnimltteo the on tiio Salt Hulldlug bill was not presented today Is however prepared nnd ready to go on tho calendar JiiHt as soon Mllli koti roturns to tho House Tho report con tains many Intercutlng fitatlstlus of tho growth of tho Vodoral rovonuos of Suit Lickc It shows that Ui3 gross rocolpls for tiio year 1867 wore for an inornaso of 11 per cent for JSSD an Increase of 21 por cent for tho quarter ondlriK March ill 1890 al tho rate of i por annum an increase for tha throe months of 1H por flout Tho nob revenues for 3887 wero for ififiH tin Increase of 1T por cent for 1830 an inorouso of 22 por cent Governor Thomas will appear on Friday boforo tho IfoiiHO on Htilld Ings in tho Intorost of Ogdeas public build ing A MANOiWAR IfOlo TANfOtBriS WAsmmTOtf April Associated Hoorotary of tho Navy this morning cabled tlio oummandor of tho United Status summer Alliance at Olbral tor o wait there until tho arrival of United States Consul Matthews and then sad with him to his post at TangUuH It SOUTHS that diplomatic roasons which tho ofllotalH aro not willing to disoloso desirable thut tho Consul should make his Appouranco at Tjinirlorson n manofwar Ho is to ruaoh Olbraltiutoday ON TIIK niKK MST It Whs understood serday Mini tho tariff bill to bo reported to tho f lonso at noon today hut It appears thatmatttus fif im portaiitO remain to bo sotthd and tho re port is thereby delayed Tho stlgar men uro horo In force and woro hoard this morning by tho Republican moinbors In secret susslon Tho air Is flllod with rumors of changes In tho smgar sohodtilos Ono of thoso stories Is that tho IvopnhUcans havo at lust decided to plfvoo sugar on tree list and provide it bounty to sustain tho Industry in this country Th5 subjootof onrpot wool Is again onuri to further adjustment Ohalriuan MoKmloy says tho bill will not be reported loduy A Tho Tudgo AdvocatoOouiTal of Mio Navy submitted a preliminary report to Secretary Tracy In tho MeCnlla euso reoom nioiuHng thatOonunandor MrCatlaof tlio cor vette ho trleil by u cuuit miUUnl on charges bawd on tho facts de veloped during tto rocent InvostigatJon by a court of Inquiry Tho Secretary approved tho nnd ordered a court lo bo presided over by Admiral Harmony tho jourt to moot Now York Tuesday uoxt No decision was hi regard to the other olllecrs it Is thought probable that Lieutenant Ingorsolt may bo tried AS IMlOUTANT HKOISlOX Tho ry of tho Interior has ron flovod ft decision In ho case of tlio WIUsi rnotto Vulley nnd Ouseado Mountain Wagon Roar Oregon vs loseph A Mor ton On July tSSH Congress tnado n to this twelve mllos In width and across tho Slate Soon thoro tlftor tho Cinnniisslonor of the ienoiiil and OflUO senteach local land ollico u notice thtvt laiils within the grant woro drjiwn stti lenient and entry Tho addressed to the hind ollioo in La Cjriuido district was never received neither was of its nonreeelpt known iu tho Goneral OIHee until 1ft In tho nuoan flmo a largo number of settlers HVnong them Morton settled tho lii ml On Maroh 0 ISSO Congress a law direeting that suit bo brought to forfeit this and certain other permits The wagon road company held that the jurisdiction of tho Interior ronaitmont was ousted by this act iud also hut tlio Kind wny notually from set Moment and entry by tho act of tho CoKinvisslonet of tho Gcnoml Lund 0tilct in signing and mulling tho notices of withdrawal The Soorotary holds to tho contrary luxvover on both points directs tluit no patent ho Issued to the company ponding tho suit under thp not of jMivroh 1SvsO This decision Is iu favor of Morton and practically decides a largo namber of similar casos In tho La dlHtrlct borer and collector of customs shall Issue a wrtlflcato to such person on re entry shall have the name force as the conjWH cortlllcatn CAJiKltONS PKN8ION Sunator today Introduced a nrrvlce pension bill approved by tho Pennsylvania Service Sonslon Associittion It provides thut all persons who served Id tin1 late war shall receive a servlct pension nf 58 por uiotitli In addition a por diem pension of t forevery days service widows of will bo entitled to 31por riiriuili OF TUB A protest slgjierl by Kfpubllcan Representatives has been presented to tho on Uays iud Means against tho SIIKJJaid wrxl as These tirgo upon the com mittee that a reduction ff sr pur iron t on sugar and an Incivasf in tho duty nn low jtnule or carpet wools from iT to cents i pound Is as great a hangf as should bo iniido The maniifiict urcrs of Ingrain ortr pots say chaiigo of duty us fixed In tlio schudtilc will increaso tho price of their products from fifty to nlnotytilno eonts iind praitliraily wipe out tho huslntssof 1000 looms enforcing upon work men Tho slKiiMSt of tho protest II is un derstood uro from all sections of tbo coun try and while nothing of tho kind Is con tained In tho document an understanding thorn that in its present shape they will not voto for the bill Jn Committee of tho Whole Anothor Republican mem ber Oolfmnn says that unless further ndvlsid by Ills ho will not vote for any reduction of the sugar tariff Tin Republican members of tho Waysand In session this after noon the sugar and wool schedules A bounty proposition as ap plied to sugar was presented definitely by tlio sugar manufacturers They will ae oopt a bounty in of tbo present duty If thoy can bo assured that it will bo con tinued llftoon years members of tho Ways and Moans havo been In cnnsul all tho evening on the taritV bill which will be reported tomorrow There will tic no In carpet wools but tlio sugar schedule it Is believed has boon re vised A PBMOCRArrC PENSION RfilOKT Representative Martin on behalf of the minority of the committee on Invalid Pen sions submitted a report on the MorrlH Ser vice bill criticizing tho age qualifi cation of the bill as being neither respon sive to tho public demand nor In unoo with thorequost of the veterans Tho minority urges that tho ago miallHcutlon bo eliminated and the limit of service made not to sixty clays MAICB CERTAIN iuxus Itepresontutlvo Dorsoy today in troduced a bill providing for the disposition of certain funds In tho treasury Tho bill provides that Mio money required to bo de posited with the United States Treasurer for tho redemption of National Hunk circu lation bo covered tlio treasury and treated as funds available for tho reduction of the public debt and for oiirront expenses of tho Government All funds held In the treasury for tho payment of matured debt and Interest duo and unpaid on the public debt shall bo similarly treated Hereafter no funds available for the re duction of the public debt and for tho re demption of United States notes above tho Hum of shall bo retained In tho Treasury ov ooimTS The bill passed bv tho llouso today to tellno and regulate the jurisdiction o tho courts of tho States withdraws all original Jurisdiction now vested In tho Cir cuit Courts of the United States und vests the same exclusively in tho District Courts of tho United States and also provides that tho Obcult Courts shall juriswi lotion by writ of error and appealtis thoy have exorcised under tho laws Tho Circuit Court Is tnado an Ap pellate Court exclusively except that it has liower to Issue all remedial processes The ult Courts shall consist of tho present Olioult Judges andtwo others to he ap pointed In each circuit by tho Irosldont by ind with tho advice and consent of tho Ron Tho Circuit Courts shall bo courts of ocord A MONARCH IN EXTREMIS Tlic King of the Netherlands Mo mentarily Expected to Die THE CZAR READS ALL THE NEWSPAPERS He Wishes to See Hi nisei fas Others Caprivi drosscs tho Knssian and Inti iiiotcs That Bismarck Stood in the Way oi Reforms ing a stinging blow on the editors eye rc marklDg that he would teach Ilerson to print libelons about hiyi The vjinquished Fiersoii started for tho police suit ion decAarlng his iutXJtuion of swearing ouba warrant against Watts for and battery This frisbtcncd Watts and he started on a run in the direction of the police court catching IMcrson justout iJio door and apologizing for friends endeavored 10 persuade him to to accepfc rlio apolojry and to ahead and rat out warrdnt but on condition Mr Watts makes astatcmenl hi the local papers to eiloct that ho was sorry for his rash and injurious act tlio apology was Piersous eye is bJauk and swelled nearly shut SILVER AS GOOD AS GOLD The Position Congress Is to Give the White Metal THE MEASURE AGREED UPON YESTERDAY BAKRJSJTTS CONDITION ANOTHER PACIFIC ROAD IKXATJK IX AIO OV A UNION 1ACUriC 111 Ihf Midland Pficlflo to Extend from South nukoUi to tlio Work of Construction Comuioncod KVARTSS CHINSSB AMENDMENTS Sejmtor Evurts today presented tho amendments he proposed to olTor to the Enumeration bill Ho proposes to inke the oertifieates suf flcltent of a lawful right to remain In tho United S tubes hisUutd of tho solo evidence and to except all children of Chinese parents born In Mio States from tlio provisions of the bill Another strikes out the third section which provides for tho arrest and deporta tion or Imprisonment for tlvo years of Chinamen found after September ist 1S90 without proper cortltlcntos 1C tho section is w stricken wit Evnrts will move vo inako tho imprisonment six mouths Section sovon requires that Chinamen IKK tho United States shiill surrender their O6rtl fifties for onnoollafcinn To this Evans tho addition thut any Chinese por son other than a laborer who has ohfcercd or may hereafter lawfully outer the thiltod Btutes and who dopJKrteil or do parto will ho entitled to reentor uponcvl denco satisTitotory to tho colloetor of cus that ho or sho has heretofore betid In United States and is not n Chinese la Tainusr 517 Fourteenth Street WASIIINOTON IX April IS 1SOO Senator Tottlgrow Introduced two bills today which arotho preliminary stops to tho construction of another grout trunk lino to tho Pacific Ocean as anticipated in thoso dispatches Tho Senator Is ona of tho princi pal loeorporators of the Midland Pacific Kullway Company which is organized under tho laws of South Dakota and whloh pro poses to construct a lino from Sioux Falls S to tho Pacific Ocean passing through tho State of South Dakota tho Territories of Wyoming and Idaho and the State of Washington The road has already been eommonood several of boon laid to tho wosfi of Sioux Falls and a inal survey being completed tho ontlro length of tho lino Tho company Intends to finish 100 miles of the lino this year ThofhSt bill introduced today grants a way ovor the public domain from tho eastern to tho western terminal point 100 foot In width and twenty acres fur each 100 miles in length of the main lino for station buildings work shops depots muohliioshops switches and sidetracks It also gives tho use of materials of the public domain along tho way to bo used Iu tho work of constructing tho lino but It provides that tho rights grunted Mils company shall not preclude any rights of otltor wafts to construct lines ovor tho same route and tho cntiro lino must bo com pi o tod within K Tbe second bill grants a right of way through tho Crook In ot tifty and permits tho company to takor stone for use in constructing lino for the road through tho resorvatton from iho the Secretary of ttio Interior fixing tho amount of compensation to tho Indians for tho right of way and socmrliitfthoiv con sent T At Sioux Falls tho Pacific Midland will havo connection to tho East overfour or llyo competing Tho road promises to bo a sharp rival to tlio Union Northern and other TacHic trunk linos and will devolqp the States and Territories through which jib runs to midway between tho Union and Pacific Niw YOKK April Dipitcli Yatess London cable Io tho Tribune Private acoonnls from Tho report tho Kinff of tho Nctherhinds to be In such si precarious state that ho may now ilio at any moment arid in fact every preparation has been quietly made thoro In anticipation of his Majestys All state business is now transacted with tho Minis tors by Qiicon Emma as the King is praC an imbecile and It Is linpossiblo that hewill long survive in his proftontoondltlon of mental and physi cal doorcplMido The conib physicians are astonished that tho King has lasted so long A MtVJSTKIt JUiSTGNKD ST PBTKiisuuun April is stated that tlm resignation of tho Knssinn Minister of Education was duo to tho dissatisfaction of Uio with his explanations of oho douts disorders in tho universities Tho resignation however Is not yot accepted aIUI 1 Tho insists upon rending all tho com ments In foreign newspapers upon tho policy and tho affairs of Russia bnt with tho ex ception of tho newspapers wli Ich uro reserved for him for this purpose all the European newspapers which como Into Kussla aro con or if they are permitted to Kiss on to tluilr intended closUlnatlon tho olVonding articles are obliterated i Otf JnjNiSWSPAPBHS April Tho TriiiehltM says that Chancellor Von Caprlvl lias forbidden Ministers or other olllcials to furnish any communications to nowspapors AH intoUigeneo which ft Is doomed desirous to published will ap jioar In tho nalclixanztiocr ofilcial paper A sociArTST MANIFESTO Tho VolkHhlait has published tho nmni fosto ofa mooLlny of socialist tlolegates at Hallo Sunday It unanimously IOcomV mends tho observance of May ist as a gen eral labor demonstration clay provided the workmen do not come In collision with police Tho demonstration Itsays ought to takotho form of a clay of rest Meetings should also bo hold to urge the establish moal of HU eighthour day and to prepare petitions for presentation to tho Eeichstng asking tho enactment of an eighthotir Inw Tho manifesto further says that after tho victories achieved by tho Socialists at the rocout elections It is not necessary to hold a public review All tho oC tho Ilolcbstag except in prison signed tlio which jihoy urgently appeal to thoworkmen toavoid conIIlets with tluvauthorltlos liopod for by tho bourjccolso oApnni Aumtnspiis TIIKDIKT was opencifl today by Chancellor Caprivi In ho said It Is not myintention to state tho Govorn montH iirogrammo but haying hitherto hold alooffrom political life 1 how ivlsh to speak a fow words In oidov to appronch yon per Tho Chancellor then ro totrctl to tho important position which boon hold by Hismarok and oxpimsod a hope that in tho futuro tho empire would continue sooure Tho odllioo1 ofstate ho said was cemented llrmly enough to resist tlio wind and woatlior Lloroovor tho noble ersonuJlly of the monavch had already manifested Itself and abroad llo wilirmed his iindylnfl belief in tho future of Prussia and of tho German empire on Prus sias shoulders Both could a future full of TJio said tliat his course would romiiliviho same Tlio Inauguration of a now era was not to bo expected ulthongli u more liar monious would bo manifest among tho members of fclie Diol In conclusion tho Ohancollor said lhat ho would ullow tho widest soopo to pracblcarcrlttoism and would adopt wluit was good whorovor found Ho would cooperato wlth all persons having ab heart the Intqrosts and aiming to foster a rnonnrohlo fooling in Irusslji and a national throughout tho Empire Tho Oiianoollor said in referring to Ills predecessor that it was in accordance with human nature that against a force like Bis marck other forces could hardly Ond place and that In face of soifrollant ways regarding the conducting of affairs many othor tendencies had to fall and mliny ideas remain unfififilllod Tho first result of the personal chango wllh rofoioneo to tho Government would bo that certain ministerial depart monts would gain ilnrgbr scope and In creased possessing any formal believed ho wns warranted in declaring that theGovernment would always bo ready to recoivosuch arrears of ways and ideas forrod to and would oxiimiuo them and it convinced of put thorn into otloot Tho spoooh was received with general ap proval by the Chamber Wibdthorsfi do Booth Thinks His Associate AVill Re sume Work Next Season CINCINNATI April Dis n Prancisco TimcxStur today says It ii improbable that Lawrence UruTOtt will again on the stage Edwin Booth has jicceivod two letters from his old friend ono during his thiscfty Insbwook indicating that no work must bo ar ranged for next season nt least In tho way of these two stars Tho operation in removed i largo tmnorons growth from Jlr rhroat but now comus tho unwel come news of similar growths on other parts u the body and while Mr Barretts gen oral health Is not allcvtcd thesa tumors will nut for him to appear on tho stiige Ho choorfully hopes however for recovery DETROIT April Booth was seen here this evening regarding tho Cincinnati story about Lawrence Harretfc and said Mr Harrows recent letters to me have boon chocrful in tone There is no doubt his resuming his professional career A Law That Will Absorb the Entire American Product and Make Silver Certificates as Good as Gold Coin York An Editor NEW YOHK April L God kin man aging editor of the Evening Post was ar rested today on acharge of criminal libol on complaint of Peter Mitchell a lawyer Goflklu gave bail to await examination SAM LAKE TIUUUNE BUUEAU r17 Kourtcuntli iStrcGt D April 15 ISOO Senator Teller oC Colorado who is tho leading inemlwr of tho Joint Committee ap pointed by the House and Senate Caucus Committees to reach an agreement in re spect to legislation upon silver coinage is Chairman of the SubCommittee of tho Joint Committee and being in a bettor position than any other Senator to possess tho exact status of the is more keenly interested by virtue of repre senting u great silver producing State Ho said of tho silver coinage question tonight two Houses have practically reached an agreement You may safely predict that a law will soon be enacted pro viding for tho coinage of a month andthe certificates which will bo Issued lor bbo deposit of silver bullion will bo redeem able jm lawful mono The Temperature CHICAGO April York 40 Orleans 08 St Louis 44 Cincinnati 10 Chicago 38 Winnipeg 30 THE MONTANA CONTEST EFFECT ON THE CASE Or THIS CENT JitlJCTJONS RE A Dlspatoli From thoBiitto Dbmucrats Kcad in hc Kaviil UllL iaiisixl Tho question of tlio tificates haslJcen th tbo two Houses have tho only question House insists that of the United States baracter of these eor quesfcion upon which differed and in fact involved Tho tho ccrtlfi WASHINGTON the Senate among thepetitions proHantcd and referred was ono tho Boston ExecutiveBusi ness Association for tho privilege par chasing ships abroad for ton years Among the bills iopOLlod from commlfctOK and placed on tho pro viding for the return of second class mall matter also tho Senate bill io allow Cali fornia to in a If o ccrCain gratits to educational institution Sherman oflorod a reRolntlon wiiich wtis dlrectlngtlVcSccvctary ofthoTn lo communicate tn theSenate tho TO port of Jesse in spector of the to tho general management of such railways of Iowa which was agreed to catling on the Socrc tary Treasury forInformation as to whether since the adoption of tliotreasury regulation of September 2Sth 1SS9 In refer enceto tho transit ot Chinamenthrough tho country and thoir departure therefrom any Chinese entered for transit under such regulations has failed to United States in duo course of time Jlawley gave notice that be would call up the Chicago WorldsFair bill on Friclaj1 Tlio Montana election bill was clarod that the Oontrlsts Insisted upon a roestabllshmenti ot tlio relations between Church and State which existed before tho Kulturkampf Richtcr to thouncxpectbd ncss of the sal a tbatas tho Cabinet romainodcbnsorvativoin attitude his part would bo ohangod Ho pointed out necessity heads of the Imperial Departments Indepoiideut so as to lighten the duties of tho Chancellor HAMBCBO April XfachricMw says that Bisimarok does in tend to tbo attitHiiloW a faultflijdor toward the although ho will not refrain from expressing his views on momentous j KING LEOPOLDS DENIAL April King Leopold sover eign tho Copgo Free State denies that any mado by Germany looking to tho purchase thatstato up and Morgan addressedthe Senate Ho referred to the recent Democratic suc cesses in llolojia and Butto as a response to tho attempted fraud in seating ean claimants If those elections ho said had gone way there would have been no trouble in referring tho case back to the people IJoweVcivlie sup posed impossible Ho declared ttiat 3E Montana wero now coming asking foradmission as a alltlwtfilth clinging to she would bokiclted thresliold and he insisted that no man had a iiglil to claim u seat as a Senator from Montana unlessv he could do so on the1 cerfclflcato of tho Governor of certificates had to bo signed by the Gov ernor and countersigned by tiio Secretary of State Tho Kepubljcan claimants liad nolisucli Tho Democrats signecl by the bub unfortunately nob the Secretary ot II would very long he said until the little cloud in Mon tana which seemed no bigger would sweep XIko a cyclone and tear the liopubJican party all to Daniel argued against the majority Vance by reading tho following telegram received from Butto this mornltig for honest citiznns who right nud hurrali for law and libertyl Tho won ihc fight Tho Republiwin cor riiptiqnisls wont weeping for the voters placed tho bun upon tbcTiieiLwha stole tlio State The mourners spenkiii whispers crape upon the door was killed by stealing Precinct bo unclerstoocl Beraocrntic agowasSOO theRepublicans had Veducecl to about 259 and thatat Precinct34 there was not a single voter these apparent voters bad gone like last years information ia entirely diiTer etit Butlie gave a Repiiblicah majority last year atul there has been a over1 in consequence of the subsequent proceeding Without concluding bis yielded for a motion to adjourn agreement that a vote would be taken at 5 oclock tomorrow the Sonato House shall bo redeemable In silver bullion or silver coin bnt tbo Sen ate conferes say that tho silver certificates shall be redeemable in lawful monoyof tho ITriilocl States which moans coin gold or silver certificates legal or any other kind of money which the United States may issue at tliooption of tho holder of thosllvor bullion certificates Wo had no trouble to roach an agree ment as to tho amount of silver which shall be coined nor bad wo any trouble In dc tormining tliat tho discretionary power for Secretary of tho Treasury to suspend fchp purchase of bullion or coinage should not bo but it was and Is yot a pretty hard thing to clotermino whether tho certifi catesissued lor the bullionshall be redeem able only on tho articlewhich they repre sent or whether tho Government shall silver and mako It as good as any Svlilch 1C Issues have not definitely determined iiiiis point but I think tliprois no doubt in tliio the position assumed by tbo Son the popular not only In th e West but throughout the country among the of the people and that the sjlyor bullion certificates willbo made asVooias gold or legal tender notes Wo do not want to float any kind of money which Is inferior to auy other kind of money nor do wewant to issue certificates which will bo depreciated by any condition of affairs Wo want tbo silver certificates to bo as good as other money as long as they aro in cfrculation Tho proposition to coin a month will I think absorb tho entire output of tho American mines aid I presume there will be a good deal of foreign silver used A JOINT CONFERENCE WASHINGTON April Tbo Sonato and commit tees on tLo question held u joint ses sion of two hours this morning Very radical differences in tho views of the Senators and wore but an earn est purpose was ihown to harmonize the dif ferences Ono of the chief points upon wbioii tbo couldnot agree forty inches in diameter or more than ton fool in circumference inches thick and j so clear that when balanced upon ns cdge it is invisible It interposes no obstacle whav the rnys of light which fall upon it and they pass through absolutely xin changod that is it so appears to unpro fessional eyjs WliotJior it is thoroughly annealed in evory part is to bo dotermined by the practiced eyes of tho Clarks It will bo found is perfect sis If for tho diiliyulties iniho way of duplicate uroonormous Wheucomplotecl it will have an exact riiamoier of forty inches nnd a maximum thickness of about two inches Tho curves of its double concave surfaces bavo not yet been calculated Tho compli mentary glass which will bo phtcod about eight inches behind the object glass is not yut cast The tube of the telescope will a lonjilh of aboutsixty feet thus exceeding Liek telescope in length as the object glass exceeds it In diameter HOW DOMINICK WAS PUGNACIOUS LITTLE CHILI Corbctt Might Have Knocked Into Sext Week DETAILED ACCOUNT OF THE MATCH Several Brte Mills Last Daiilbrth Ptsls His Man to Sleep Races in Now Jersey Tennessee and She Prefers to Out Her Little Neifthhorly Dispute WASHIXGTON April 15 TinnuNK Dis Francisco delegates from Chili to the Inter national American instructed not to consider tho proposition of arbitra tion particularly if were proposed to include matters of dispute now pendin that Government 1s involved with 1cru and Bolivia in a question growing out of tha war of 1SS1 and is suspected of still having designs of annexing the latter country when over favorable occasion nfYors Tho ronon of tho committoo on prepared by Mr Quintana of the Argontino i Republic is believed to have boon intended to cover the questions which Chili desires to The delegates from the latter country sent the eiitiro report by cable to their Government at a cost of S3200 asking for further jnstruotions What advJcos receivedis notiknown but they opposed tho adoption of tho report Ja the conference great vigor TUK IlEPOHT ADOPTKD April PanAmerican Congress to day adopted tho report of tho Committee on Arbitration Chili did not vote and Mexico voted in ailirinativo with a reservation as to certain articles of tho proposed basis of Tbo report of the Committee on Extradition was also adopted THE INTERESTS OF LABOR AND IHSTURUANCES VARIOUS PJLACliS Tho nttsVmrp SwJtcIiinon Present Their Kiotsi in Philiulclphia Working Girls Convention was the proposed increase of Nath nalbank circulation Snob a ifc was said could nob secure a in the House It was to commit the subject to a subcommittee of five Sen ators and five Representatives who will con tinue the work of for cs common ground on which they can two consisting Senators and Teller Of April meeting of yard switchmen of the various railroads which began Insb evening dlrl not nearly The including higher shorter hours and experienced men wero to have boon presented at 0oclock but up to 11 oclock tho committee bad not called on tho officials The strike If ordered will Involve several thtwsaiid men The demands of the yard switchmen were presented to the railroad officials this after noon An answer not bo given before tomorrow morning Tho otllcials are in conference this afternoon and it is thought tho matter will bo compromised 11118 SEAMENS AMALGAMATION April second days session of the Sailors and Firemens Union had a full attendance A motion was adopted that a committee of two bo ap pointed to draw up a constitution under which can work 5n harmony and for a committeeto confer with local unions on tbo Atlantic and Pacific coasts and the Lake Seamens Union Van Hove of Philadelphia and 1 P OSullivan wore elected as such committee A TENrKIlOESTRICDUCTlON A statement was current this morning that tho United States Express Company had decided reduce tho pay of its em ployees tea per cent on May President T 0 Platt refused to affirm or contradict the rumor EIGHT HUNDRED CARPENTERS STItlKE INDIANAPOLIS April carpenters struck today for eight hours and 35 cents per hour inaccordance with a notice given to tlie boss three months ago Only about one hundred carpenters in the ctty are not included in the strike The bosses havo taken no action toward meet ing tbe demands though some of the con tractors have verbally agreed to concede them THE CHICAGO CARPENTERS April efforts made bythe masters today to place the nonunion carpentors on jobs were for tho and Brick S most part futile Tbe Masons Aldricli Allison Jones Sherman layers Union has como1 out with an official er and Representatives Bayuo notice supporting them HI7 I WORKING GIRLS Yonky April The sixth annual of the Associationof Girl Societies opened today Over eight liundraa were present The reading of pa pers touching upon the purposes of the so cieties occupied tlio entire afternoon April strike of a number of Italian street cleaners for an ad vance in wages caused two snjiall riois to day A of about fifty women mostly wives and sweethearts of the strikers u the and taking their brooms and from tbom commenced beating them The policti appeared dispersed the rioters and took twelve of them to the A Exchange Protest YOKK April Cotton Ex change passed resolutions strongly Ing against tho passage of BnttorwOrth bill taxing dealings in futures declaring that It would drive all tho trade to England An Even Division April tho municipal oloo tfons Groat Falls and Livingston wtbnt Ko pubilcan for Mayorand Buttdv nud SllssoiUa wont Domocratic foe tlio same ofllcos all by majorities K VIENNA April Furth of the Chamber of Commerce lias published a re port declaring that Vienna trade Is on the verge of as a Tho report Is coroooratod PUNCHED THE EDITOK A United StatesMjushal Interferes AVith the Freedom of tlno Jress N yM Francisco Charles II Pjcrsbnarul United in a match last just oiitsldo j thnAcademy of Music Watts took excop Afterashort WASHINGTON April called up tbe Naval Tho peiidiiig mont adopted In Committee striking clauso construction of three coast lina Holmaii moved to reconimend the instructions to the fairs to report it back with an aracudment providing for ono 103 nays 1231 Tho Oommltteo f or1immediate todotine the jurisdiction 46f courts oi the United States vTJie iirdyloas to bo ordefedati The i Carlisle moved to recommit report it backwith a provisionfortwo Bartine Conger McKenna this afternoon practically came to an agree ment altboughuio formal action was taken Tbo measure which has found acceptance deals with only The two principal provisions are The Secretary of tho Treasury to be directed to ipurcbase monthly ounces of silver Tho notes issued thereforare to be redeemed In lawful money NEW rORK KESOLtTTIONS YORK April1 15 A meeting of tho Qhamber of Commerce was held today to receive a report from the committee on currency on silver legislation by Congress Theireport was adopted as follows it impractic able to unite oii any special recomnienda tion They can only agree In deprecating anymeasnro by which ibis country shall accumulate its treasury i large an amount in any form as dis our with other but that any law enacted upon the subject sbould have respect to our com merce witb tbe world In the discussion which followed much praise was accorded Windoni for of measuring tba value of silver from the gold standatdJ discas slon was af decision of tbe Republican caucus ab THE BIGGEST TELKSGOPJE San Diego to Have a Glasf That Will Surpass the Tjick BOSTON April bill 124 Alter two Tlie motion was i tbo San Chronicle ex press Avagori wbicb crossed v bridge to Oambridge in whlcli tile i yes o Is i nterested nqtbtns elsethaii the jbject a fortyinch t6be tbe of Southern California fThis v largest re iractinVi telescope ever lofty ijulicraCof lilego it lutxJ ment heretofore designed j by7 the Thogreat ISshment of Clark nisV to take j yeairsuppii II befpro iflatterliog offer frpmseveral t3leplKne companies e frclmtbe cstablisbf pure and station1 where they were held in default of If 300 on a charge of Inciting a Later in day seventeen women and one swept down upon the men working 5ri another locality and beat badly The police captured the assailants THE CALIFORNIA NEW YORK April Dispatch Sun Francisco Clironiclo Hcmhl phos foliowins ruvount of tho mooting last If Domiiiick McCaiVrcy the pugilist of IMtus buvg who not Ions In thrash John L Sullivan has any pratitudo in Ills nature ho will Joday forward to Jamos Corbert San Francisco a framed thanking hiwi for not knocking him out at the 1enoilt boxing meet which took place last at jrifth A venue Casino Corbctt could liavc knocked into tho mludlo ot next wee without half trying It was first appearance in th and ho littlo known His en counter with McCaffrey was considered as kind of a trial of his mottle If he lickc JlcCaCrey It was conceded that ho must b a good one If SlcCatlroy whipped hiir Corbet t might still bo a firstrate man llu Corbett got no ohaneo to show how h looms up against such uen asSullivan o Jackson Wo cant toll what ho is from remarked Billy Edwards after the contest Tho fact is McCallroy made no kind o resistance to tbe California lie seemed U be afraid of him The referee liinouncod a fight of fou rounds for noints when tho men stood np JtcOaftrey looked small compared with hi a boy facing a man Dominiek began the lirst round by dancing about the ring Ho got Jti i body blow ji then a slight bill against Corbotts glove Kf which sounded like a face smack Then jMcCaflray i scries of tacticf lasted throughout the tactic generally adopted by a mat afraid of bis antagonist Ho would lean bli bead back duck it and then run in to make a blind hit Missing bis aim he would pin bis arm around the Califoruians neck nnr then would clinch Corbott would then pnt ono hand on UlcCaflVeys throat tho wjnd out of him and theothoi On his punching the Pittsbnrg mans with vigor Tbe round closed with L left bander restingon MoCalTrrtys faco In the next round McCallrcy by sneaking up undor guard got in a few hits but ho retreated whenever lie was pushed and hung around tho Califoruians neck save himself from beingbit Thehitter who smiled throughout tuc encounter could have hit him a score of times but refrainod from doing so apparently preferring to show tho crowd that he pitied Dominiek and spared him Theround closed with the Pittsbmg man hugging tho Westerner for dear Hfo to avoid his blows and tho crowd hissed In the third round McCaffrey got in a few blows bnt it was chiclly beoausfl Corbott was holding off and trying not 10 bit him At the close McCaffrey wis groggy for ho had got a few bad body blOWs arid be could have been knocked had chosen to do so The fourth roundclosed ovortho ropes in traveler hangs over TJie1 crowd blamed Corbetfi for not punishing his there was the tamonoss of the show McCaffrey made a weak pro test against tho refiwcos decisionIn favor of Corbctt on the ground Lljatlie McCaffrey had only fivii uays to fciain CHICAGO April Snhaefer has not been allowed to holdhissupremacy long unchallenged Slosson and ho have made an agreement to play In New York a 14inch balklino game during Juno eight hundred points ior S500 n side TheBrunswick BalkeCollender Company will the winner with i championship emblem tobe held subject to challenge for two years TUB HACSS April Attendance good weather cool irack muddy Howard won Royal Flush second Nellie third Time Threequarters of a mile woa Kate 0 second Sko beloff third Time Second won SkobeloflC second Jack Coclcs third Time Twoyeareld half Washington won Monta Rosa second Drift third Blackburnwon John Sher man second DollJkens third Time Mile and a Boax second Carl ton Time AT THE BAY DISTRICT FJIANCISGO April mOnt won Daisy D second Coloma third Time Five furlongs free handicapsweepstakes won Parapec second Joe Wolmacn third Time i Mile and u won KiMare second Mite and a wqii FJambeau secondv Sacramento third Time THE EUZABETH MEBTING ELIZABETH N April meeting the New JerseyJoe key Club opened here Fiveeighths Tipstaff second Jirt Gray third Time Morrow Driftwood second Kings Bridge third of a won Clay Stockton Kiog Voltthird this was because1 fixed by province too1 toenlisted hands ofS his poss r THIS y April caused in Bradford bja Stubbs who1 a dopartment of tho Listr be tho hirgost JU lhat ho has thousands of others frauds A JACKSON has been notifledoX a liortftila in Lawrence C city The sta tired by ii his son wore lired on IN 13 killed and Bi5s dwellinghouse ground Thero is no A reward has been ud conviction of tlio Urj They areReceived wifch Great Honor at Santa Fc SANTA April New Eng land Society 0f California Pioneers arrived early this morning and spent the day in visiting historic The party con tains seveutyrfiyp with their families i friends about two hun dred 10 oclock a formal reception held at tup Governors ace Gpyerribr Piince welcomed the Cap the society j responded andintrcidncedv Hon H Boston wlio returned thanks for the reception Judge Axfclli who r was a pioneer in the early days also xvelcomed the Tlic naost oftho party then visited the Governors by prderot Snydcr the military special concerto Prominent in the hero of tbb TlVcy thelr April Burlingtoiirpad which may murder case Ijus be F 0 Benwell on posed to have been victim it is now by young name who camo to x this weeks boforo tlKiPrlricoti Birehell has Insistcdftil murdered Bouwoll will now bo mado dcrcd man as tho one A cashier and bo hardware ilrm of pcnred Ho Is short or over and Tanies ors of Henry brought herofrom were adcWsdCtif Tho Mississippi r Serious NKW rccoivoci toniglit has risen fifteen twentyfour Vicksburg io Crevasso is in rlsi Four now breaks a Glasne of is tho water tonigh miles of tlio levee a faLe Tho for a distance of twWtiyjrall haoula hig the wpa deer driven outof the swat from tho eating tho are tho pedestrian S on JOOO miles passed AGAINST Tho CaiiBOof His IonnRWoinaiV atcK a Sensation i of ho serious charges wblel ment Kcv he presidency Baptist College ncrly editor of the Free ijineapolis linneapolis last Noycuij an wbmcp ase In woman he hid a rouble Ho did JxofcjiieT ully i aproper in ess young woman he institution amo a A tc o the cars oftbo ad Handicap mile and an eighthrBadgo won Grayrlawn second Castaway third Time Half won Avoca Highland Lass third Tlnie B won Eon third COB0fiN KNOCKEDOUT BUFFALO Smith of Canada Ifnpcked out vof Eng land tornighfric ten glovesat the jVtlilfetic purse Smithbad his1 own way A PCTXXO Charles the jLou5s in the eleventh ihc forth TohnnjiTJan h of arlcyft Summers Daiif ofth the ho told hpr story aii hall was ustees of cd and theti Jr Marshall was crieral vas a otsatisfac toryitoa ee and thclrliii i arsis alls prompt ret itutjoii and av stat wished to be coiirit ident until a i Dr there is a There x vor Hie with bisde dler under i ceivcdb is final ih4 Mfa   

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