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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                f If you want Houses Rooms or Servants patronize the Want column of The Tribune The total circulationof Tribune last week was over VOL XXXVmTBTO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY APRIL 22 1890 PRICE FIVE CEltfTS NOT ABSOLUTELY SETTLED The President Has Something to Say in Mr Barraitt Case UTAH SPARED THE UTE AFFLICTION yjTJcoly Thnt the Proposed Re moval Will He lakes DttlcgnUM TuHhing tho Building irom tho Capital gratior Investigation Committee made an inspection toduy that ruay cause trouble forsomoof tbo Immigrantcanylng steam ships Tbo boarded the Fabro lino steamer from Naples with Italians The oillcors very loath to lot thum go below but they went Chairman Owen said this overling that the condition of the ship was horrible and there Is not a livery stable in Now York which Ls not kept cleaner Tho stcncli was awful Tho chairman told tho captain that ho would take care that ho brought no more passengers over in this manner SALT LAKF THIIWNR TSURKAU f7 JYiirtOnth Street April 21 1800 Tt Is the President may not Clark fidfis vlcsw of tin for a change of ai Halt Lake Hft is extremely slow whcro a removal must first bo made CongreHsman of Nebraska Is greatly in Mr Uoutoris uid Is confident that Mio change will snon be made for tho reason stated In my previous dispatch It Is fair to say that Jho 1rfiHidciit as yet lias given no indication of liin probable action TJIK UTB KKMOVAL Tho visiting statesmen from Salt Lake called upon Sonutor Dawes Clialrrnun of tlio SiMiaUs Commit too on Imllfin Affulrs and Koiindtid lilm on tho Oto removal JfJiopo Hiiion Senator Dawos stated that lie wus opjifified to the proposed removal to Tltali and thul tho bill would not ui Judg ment soonro fjivuralilo considuratioa from thu or Sonato Senator IK not prepared to commit himself on tlio wunoral questIon of a change of rosfrrvations but ftinlH that tho Utah ro fiorvo Irf not iiViUlalHo fcicnK HALT Tfnder tho of tbo Cornrnlttco on Kulos two probably of thin wook will rlovptod by tho llnnso to tho considera tion of public buildings hills on tho calen dar It not likely that Salt Lakes bill which In lowosl of all nn lint will bo reached Governors Thomas and West liavo howovor made an arrangement which It Is hoped will fiocuro Spoakor has agreed to Mr Carlisle to will tho bill up by unanimous arid McfClnloy will sooond tho motion This plan It Is hoped will place tho muchdo laycd treasure on a fnoMrig whoro it ought to havo boon and would have boon weeks ago If prdpor attention had been given It IiOIC SVIKK COtNAOK I Iritorviowed today two of the most prominent Western Senators on tho compli cations of tho Mlvor situation Both agreed that tho Senate would not stand Iti tho way tho available silver legislation whllo caoh It as Ills opinion that Congress und tho country are really for Im mediate froo coiniigo AN KXCONKEfiKllATH ALARMCD WAsrifNOTON April DIs Kranolsco Chronicle an lntorlow today Congrossmau Oatos tho wellkiKJWti otliyor and a motiibor of tho llotuso Jummlttoo on Tndicl jiry in regard to thoNeaghf oaso Tbo dudsion Is a wldo donarturo from previously conceived Ideas about tho sanctity of Fed oral olllelals ft pinnts tlio germ of lnr jurisdiction of tho Federal courts and should a FedonU law bo passed Ivory ono of tho hundnids of thousands of olfleials to ho under It would coaso to tlio for Hiatus of fonsus iornuiltted wlille hi ixirforrnanco of Miolr duties under tho Fodonil olontlou law Undor this dotlsloii tho Supervisors might commit all olTonsos against tho voters even to tlio down of hmoeonb citl KOIIS imdrr somo protuxt or othor and when indkitod by tho courts thoy would jvload the protection of Miolrorllolai position us ofllcors of tho Unllod Stutis Court which tho Lodgo bill makes thorn in ulVoet and If tho proposed liiw IK constitutional thoy would osoapo I must protest against thin continued encroarhmenr of tho judiciary xipon tho rights of tho people of tho States Ono de cision luigots and what scorns at first an unimportant matter ox tends lo brace questions of grout magnltudo As for this Congress thoy will go any length to per petuate thoir power and with such decisions of tho Supioiuo Court to prevent tho State courts from of offenses which tluvso Supervisors and Marshals may commit it moans a vory bad state of allalrs for tho South at A DKMOCICATrC CAUCUS AVASIXINOTON April oauiuitof Domooratlo Senators wafs hold this mornlnp A resolution was adopted to appoint a commltteo to tako cluirgo of of thominorlty lu the mutter of 1ui HI OUK MEXICAN UKLAT1ONS Jvopresontiiiivo Vandovor of California appoarod hoforo tho on Foreign AlTalrs this morning to advocate tbo adoption of his joint resolution roquost ing tho 1resldont to open negotiations with JUoxIco for the promotion of commercial and friendly relations urul for tho adjustmont of boundaries Ho drsoribod tho unsotiUid jstato of atlairs in tho zvna Ubtr pointed out tho necessity for a speedy adjustment of the boundary question and referred to the inorouslug numbor of illegal entries of Chinese across the border All these might bo satisfactorily sottlocl by uesrottatious with tho Jlexlciin Governmont through tho medium of a commission to bo appointed by tho President This commission could also ascertain and construe tho moaning of the existing treaties and make tho necessary provision for reforming thorn AN OLEOMAItGERlNJS CASK In tbo case against the Fairbanks Canning Company of Chicago for infringement of patent in tho manufacture of oleomargerine tho United States Supremo Court holds that tho patents granted by tho United States to Tllppolyto Mogo for tho Invention of a process expired with the expiration of his Austrian aud Bavarian patents Tho last reissue of patents was therefore invalid consequently tho Fairbanks Company are dot inirlngers CHESESE IN TRANSIT Secretary Wlnclom today sent to tho Son ace a letter in response to Che Chinese resolution The Secretary says that no Chinese who entered the United States for transit have failed to depart and that so far but a very small number not moro than 100 Chinese probably havo availed themselves of tbo privileges prescribed in tho regulations of September S 1SS9 and all who have entered tho United States A Priest Suspended TOWX Is April Wadhams lias silenced Father Peter J H Kyiui of St Peters Roman Catholic Church N and suspended him from i priestly oflloeon account of acts unbeconv i Ing a priest Tho chief complaint against Mm was as to lils method of assessing the congregation and extorting rnonoy from them The trouble was brought to a climax when thu priests demand upon a lady of Ills congregation for her share of a certain assessment was refused Father Ryan be cameangry struck her in tlio fuco with a prayer book and used language unbecoming a pried t City of Berlin Seized NKW YORK April Inman steamer City of Berlin arrived yesterday and In hor hurry to unload the work was com menced without a permit from tho Custom Housu Two Inspectors were present hut allowed tho work to go on A largo amount of tho cargo was taken away before fcho Custom House authorities discovered It when thoy Immediately seized the ship Tho Inspectors wore suspended Tho penalty for is forfeiture of the goods and a heavy flno The City of Berlin will bo detained until the case Is settled ALONG THE MISSISSISPI TALKS OF DISTRESS JTJtOM THJ5 IN UNDATJfiD DISTIIICTS A Portion of Now Orleans Nlfirlit of Terror at nn Overllowod Town Itlvor WASIUNOTON April Proctor IransrnlUod to House the report of tho QuartermasterGeneral In regard to tho condition of allalrs In the overflowed dis trict of St Jarnos and Ascension parishes LotiLsiaria CJenoralliobinsou says that In fames parish lu tho neighborhood of tho groat Nita crevasse everything is flooded for ml I and tlio situation Is deplorable Hundreds of planters have lost thoir crops and thousands of laborers will soon bo thrown out of employment At Grand Point whore there wore from sixty eighty families the people escaped In sidlls aud the whole precinct Is under watior Tie rocornmonds instant action for the rollof of Lho sufferers by the United There are liable to bo in St James Ascension parishes 5000 persons desti tute witMn a month Fijoons AT NKW OKIVEANS NKW GORANS April gale has driven tho gujf water into Lake Ppntobar traln to such an extent that tho wator has cnvorocl thosholl roads loading to Spanish tho AVost End and also submerged tho sfmrsolysettled sections of thenorth eastern suburbs of this clliy doing some damage to pardons etc About noon today the lovoo gave way above tho sugar house ou Hon 9 T Wilkin sons Myrtle Grovo plantation In twenty minutes tuo break was fifty foot wide aud tlio wator pouring through In irresistible torrents Tho loyoo at that point somo thirty miles below the city on tho right hank was pretty high and much damage willresult front the crevasse HISJiNO AT AIJj POINTS from up river today are again gloomy It has boon raining today and tho rivnr Is rising fif nearly all points bub no serious apprehension1 Is Indulged in No brnalwaro reported except one at Bayou but Pino Bind reports that tho water will almost surely overflow tho cotton territory in northeast Arkansas CONFUSION AT UAYOU SANA BAYOU SARA April lovoo gave way at tho foot of Fountain street at an early hour this morning A general alarm was sounded and all thepooplo turned out and after hard work closed tbo break t was soon found howovor that tho rising river was running ovor front lovoo and nothing could bo done to chock it Tre mendous confusion ensued Every boat and raft was brought Into requisition with the grates t haste Lanterns couJd bo soou every whoro and tho cries and shouts of men women and children working to save their ofloofs could bo hoard ln every direc tion Not a houso In town has escaped Inundation and from daybreak until even ing It has boon raining luird Tho loss will bo considerable as destruction meets tho eye point Two othor crevassos developed during tho day and altogether tho prospects for Buyou Sara aro not en couraging for relief from tho flood BROTHERHOOD AND LEAGUE The Baseball Games Continue to Draw fiood THE GIANTS DEFEATED AGAIN Some Clumsy Battery Sulli vanJackson sidcred in San Negro in St and Horse Sales ST Louis April San Francisco Chronicle Jack son the colored heavyweight pugilist gave an exhibition of punching tbe bug at the Brotherhood basebull park today There was a great crowclprosont with the colored race predominating and tho antipodean sluggerwas heartily cheered at tbe close of his clover performance Jackson is being banqueted tonight by his colored admirers THJC SUXTJLVANJACKSON MATCH SAN FRANCISCO members of tho California Athletic Club tonight reached an informal decision to match Sullivan and Jackson for a purse of the1 fight to tako place Jivo or six months heiice The proposition will bo formally brought before tho club tomorrow night The Players Brotherhood NEW Yoric April thousand per sons saw tbo Giants defeated a second time by tbo Philadelphia Players League Club this afternoon Costly by Slattery and Hatfield woro tljo ciuiao of the Now Yorkers defeat Now 0 4 0 3 S 2 60 001 Base York 13 Philadelphia 13 York 6 Philadelphia 0 and Kwitig Knell aud MI1H an A BISOX VICTOUY April Bisons won tbe second game from Cleveland almost without a struggle Attendance 1000 0023032 20 21001 8 Haso 17 Cleveland 14 and Mack Bakely and SutcJillX Jones AT BOSTON BOSTON April thirtyfive hun dred persons witnessed tho Brotherhood game Gumberds battery errors proved disastrous for the home team SCORE 00 90 1 10 Brooklyn 0 0 001 Base 13 Brooklyn 7 8 Weyhing and Barnes RSTFI Henry brown Krm Price Columbia SloOO lion K P 32000 Gen oral Cook gray colt J R Donaldson New YOrk Lady Stevens bay mare F D Myers Oakland TheBurJiiigtQus Fast JJine OniCAGO April feature in the passenger rate war Is about to be inaug urated Tho Burlington will put on next Sunday a new fast train to Denver leaving Chicago at 1 p and arriving at i 30 p m on the next day This will shorten tbo time between thetwo cities seven hours and the roads not meet tho Burlingtons time will probably try a further cutting of the rates From the Citj of Mexico CITY OF Mexico April branch of the Mexican Central Railway lias been opened for regular trajlic President Diaz favors a system of savings banks through out the country Work on tho harbor of Vera Cruz is being pushed Evictions in Ireland DunriiN April on the Pou son estate have been Fourteen familes have been evicted Two thousand spinsters at Newry have struck for higher wages Emperor Williams Progress BREMEN April William ar rived this morning and was given an enthu siastic reception A Noted Turflte Suicides April a noted member of the turf and the breederof St Gatrone winner of the derby in 1884 com mitted suicide by shooting himself TRIED TO MURDER HIS WIFE The Serious Charge Against the Richest Man in Wiliiiington A BLOODHOUND ATTACKS A BURGLAR A Struggle for IJife With a Savage Narroxvly Es capes Bold Diamond Kentucky Troubles CHICAGO LABOR TROUBLES PROSPECT OF A SETTIEMJENT WITH THE CAKPENTJEKS President Gompers on the EightHour Movement Sixteen Thousand Shoe makers Carpenters PtTTSB0RG April enthusi asm died out today it seems as if the affair had simmoredclpwn to a mere ques tion of a survival The Broth erhood games SCOIlffi 0 1 0 i 10 2 0 IJiiso 5 5 iihd Carroll Baldwin Boylo ana punning THIS OLD STORY at Now Orleans from the West Indies have departed at San Francisco for China THB PAN The celebrated PunElectric case Rodgors vs ExAttornoyGeuorul and oth ers was each party to pay his own costs A Filthy i Vessel C NEWYORK April 2ioTlio Senate Imrnl f Eastern Suckers Victimized By a Suited 3Iiiic Yoitic April special from Now says that early in 1SSS Ilalsoy came hero and talked up a silver mining sohomo in Colo rado Dr Cook wont out muclo an exami uatlou and found and when ho returned tho local capitalists fairly turns over each other to got a slico of tho stock The NowBruuswick and Colorado Silver Mining Company was immediately formed Huisoy generously took worth of tho stock City Treasurer Wilson worth and C J Carpenter subscribed tho samo sum S L IJadonburg took a block aud Miss Elizabeth Minturn subscribed for worth Halsoy secured subscriptions from many others aud then disappeared aud no amount of diligent search has slnco revealed his whereabouts It is believed that Ualsoy had salted tho mino and vlo timlisod his dupes here 0 Q 0 02 and The JJeaffue Games CINCINNATI April home team turned the tables on the Chicago League Club this thom in the presence of ovor 3000 spectators OniOAGO April progress was made toward a settlement of the carpenters strike today in fact a settlement seems further away than over It was understood that as soon as tho new bosses association should become strong enough to 4000 men work by that number would bo resumed Today however the strike leaders say that under no circumstances will any oftho men be allowed to work until bosses representing seveneighths of the employing capacitybf the city have given in and recognized the union not likely that this will be done soon The cltixens committee appointed tobring about a settlement of the trouble liasgiven idea of a conference with the ers owing to this radical change In their position V r Samuel Gompers president of theAmerl can Federation of Labor is in the city and in talking about the eighthour movement said Tholabor organizations of the coun try aredevoted to this Pennsylvania Carpenters Strike SHARON April have struck for nine hours a day instead of NEW YORK April Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle aire McComb perhaps tho richest man in Wilmington DeL will he ar rested today charged with assault to murder his wife She is suing him for di vorce but the children remain with him He agreed that they should be brought to her once a week The children so it is al leged had failed to visit their mother for a week and she fearing something might havo befallen them went to their country homo When she reached tbo house she was mot at the door by hor husband who enraged at her presence there beat her into a state of semiunconsciousness and threw her into a stable near by and left her presumably for dqud Somo iricrids hearing of the occur once stole into the stablo and brought hor to this city in a carriage She is now at her home under tho care of a physician A BLOODHOUND AJtD A Twentyyearold John Hart had a desper ate battle with a bloodhound in the early hours of yesterdaymorning in a saloon on First ho had forcibly entered for the purpose of committing Hart who is a powerful fellow at onetime livedover the saloon He was thoroughly acquainted with aud Avith themasslve bloodhound which the proprie tor placed on guard Hart with a jimmy tried to open tho rear door As inside he was met by an ominous growl from the animal hut without theslightest fear he pushed in further Hart spoke to the dog and finally quieted the ani mal which slunk into a corner but kept its A PECULIAR 04 2 0 0 030 001 Base 11 Chicago G Chicago 7 audKconau HutchinsoD nnd ONE FOR NEW YORK NKW Yonic April 21 tIn 1bo League gamo this afternoon Ktisslo pitched in line form striking out thirteen of tho Philadel phia attendance was SCOUK Now 0130 0 10 00 0 0 1 0 1 BMSO York S York 2 Philadelphia andBuckley Vickery and Clements EASY JTOR BROOKLYN BOSTON April National League game today resulted in a victory for the Brooklyn by an opportune bunching of hits Attendance 1300 Boston 0 jl 0 0 0 5 6 0 0 0 1 7 Btuso S Brooklyn 12 aiicT Bonriett JTughos and Clark AT P1TTSBURG PITTSUURG April attendanpe at tho National League games was Hqw a Wealthy Californians Estate is Divided NEW YORK April A morning paper will say A little romance was brought to light yesterday by the filing of the1 will of Francis G Cunningham old Oallfornian and brotherinlaw of D O Cunningham was a wealthy old bachlor who died at Nice ou March 24 His will is a very peculiar productionand provides for the education rofjyoung Gabrielle Phillipini as take his name Upon the young womancoming of age she is to receive a handsome The mother of theItalian is also woll pro vided for There is a legacy to Mrs Whitolaw Reid tho testators netce HoborBishop Frank and Jnmes Cuniiinghani and others are made trustees of a fund of is tobe held for the benefit of Marie R Flllipiui Paris At the death of the girl the principal of her trust is to go to her but if she dies without issue then the fund is to become part of the residuary The residue of tho estate is divided among Miss Elizabeth MillsReid Mills Frank Elizabeth and Mary M Tames and John M Cunningham William Cun ningham Frank D Cunningham and Mrs May Bishop of this city The Cleveland Interview a Fake NEW YORK April 21 TRIBUNE Dispatch Francisco Chronicle The World editorially confesses that theiriter view recently printed land in which he attacked Charles A Dana wasa falce Captain GuiHitiB Ind April Captain widely known as thoorganizer of the Oklahoma movement died this as tho result of a bullet wound iuflicted by J C a quarrel April Adams was taken tox prevont 5aso Pittsbur 0 0 3 0 3 0 13 ClcveltuuVM Clevehuul S Pittsburg Sohmitt and Miller Cleveland juul Zimraer Ziiehnritvh AN IRISH QUARRBIi Tho JJeagnes VicePresideut Threat ens to Resign April A McKenna vlce prosklont of National League scuds acommunication to tbe press criti cisiug tlio letter of Dr ORoilly to John Dil lon und Is a OlanNa MoKeuna asserts that OReillys statement that the delegates at St Louis last week represented every State States isuntrueand adds The National Lftaguft has no existence iii this country time lu conclusion always remarked thatthe States of the United States which contribute like Missouri and al ways dictate the tlfe league For one I will jaot submit totho leadership of like Mr Caffroy of Phila dolphia I will publicly resiigu my The Association Games Athletics St PHILADELPHIA r1 7 Kochestor 4 I 17 The April Five For Four PABIS April says that j the Dithomians madotwo vigorous assaults upon tlio French positions in Four French were captured by Dahowiuns and beheaded The French 167 taliatod by behekdiug flvo of warriors of ELIZABETH Five won Homeopathy second Fitzroytlrird Time Milo anda Crab Erie second Five Express second America third Timo Half won Wagner Time 1 Milo and a won Esau second Sllleck third Time Rose second Minuet third Time MEMPHIS April Weatlier pleasant Twoyear Annie Brown wou Black Knight secoud Joe Carter third Time Mary S second HelterSkeltor third Time Twoyear bids five Ben March second Mile and a Arlton won second Birth Time x THEIJ3XINGTpIf AHORSE LEPINOTON Woodwards i horse i vAinbrig sales S uperintendeiit April the fall of a rock in amine two men and five seribuslyburt Oneof the killed was Captain Hooper one of the oldest superintendents of the A Systematic Thief ST Louis April a prominent firm of printers discovered that Ford their seven y ears has been stealing fundssyste matically They i assert the shortage amounts to A Russian Sentence that Colonel Schmidt who sold tho the Cronstadt fortress nas been sentenced tobe shot of the ipldest Odd FeUpw to he the oldest the 82 He joined the order in Philadelpiila inlSai A Portngnese Bxpedition April 21 fMmister vhasr sent Iristructions to Chirbniot under Capr be and corupelled to return i boul yj Gold A salary Y or thejSherlff andlunder tia p f1 t fier e fediftj jpn ejres fastened on the Intruder Hartat once proceeded in a businesslike way to rob the storebut had scarcely stepped inside the with a savage snarl the dog was uponJsiui Iu the mean time the burglar had dropped tbe jimmy and was without of defense Taken so completely bysurprise ho fled in fear to the end of the saloon where he picked up a heavy sawdust sweeper and turned himself The animals jaws were about closing on his arm when ho struck the brute a terrible blow on the head which caused him to stagger The blood hound backed off a pace or two and then sprang again at Hart who used bis weapon as best ho could Soon both were bleeding After the strugglehad lasted half an hour a policeman attracted by the clogs growls arrested Hart and he thanked Him A RAVISHES NAIWOW BSCAPK A young Schneider yesterday outraged a girl of 12 aud on discovery by the father of the child he gathered his friends and attempted to drag him to the river arid throw him in Thoy bad a weight to tiearound him and wouldhave succeeded had not several policemen interfered ACRONININDICTJLENT DISMISSED CHICAGO April against Frank Woodruff charging him with complicity irithe murder of Dr P H Cronin was dis missedtoday by consent of the State An indictment for hbrsestealiug still pends against him THE ELECTRIC SUGAR SWINDLERS NEW YORK April Friend Emily Howard George Halstead andOrrin A Ifalstead who were hold for sixteen mouths on charges of being connected with the fraud ulent electric sugar refinery scheme were discharged today Friend the originator of the fraud is dead W K Howard is serv inga ten years sentence for his hand in it Mrs Friend and Mrs Howard were wives of these men The Halsteads were merely mefthanics employed to set up tbe machinery js A DIAMOND LOUISVILLE April Steinan Son jewelers here this afternoon of worth of diamonds A man who bought a ring suddenly called Steiuans at tention to some article and a confederate the case jewelry containing fortyone rings pocket and walked out l NO FIGHT AT HARLAN Court has adjourned at house and the State troopsare on their way to their Thcy arrived at Prineville Captain Gaither in command suys that there was uo fight The troops did go to hunt Wlls Howard but did not They say that they fear to re main as further bloodshed is likely to fol low Y WANTS PAY XDR KILLING HER HUSBAND QiTiCAGO April Appellate Court rendered a decision today intho somewhat noted case of Mrs Maggie Schreiner against Foresters to recover for tbe death of her band whose clothing she saturated with coal oil and then set fire to it causing his Mrs the time pleaded guiltyrto manslaughter and isnow serving a term On the first trial the lower court hold that she was not entitled to the money because the killing1 waswillful mur Court holds that her cannot be used in civil pro that she is entitledto show was OVER A CAN O1T BEER a a Joseph stabbed Ted and seriously cut anpther man A crowd of rowdies tried to but he jumped on a Amoving traiiiiaud dell gave for tho copyright of his exist ing works more enabled his survivors to clear off oho existing com mercial debt Scott himself died under the delusion no doubt but of which it would have been cruelty to disabuse tlio whole of his debts had been cleared oil In addition however to this the residue of the Ballantyno complications there was a debt of which Scott had pri iately incurred in the endeavor in 1325 to stave off tho coming disaster this sum having been borrowed by him upon the security of his estate A few years after his death it was found that on ac count of this and other accumulations there was a danger that his valuable library with his magnificent collection of armor historical relics and the all as still exhibited in Abbotsford in danger of being seized and dispersed A number of noblemen and gentlemen thereupon collected a sum of money amounting to from to sufficient to pay off the claims which endangered tho library and armor and so restored tlio whole to tho family This far Scotts biographers havo told us but some further has now been made pnblic which gives ns new light upon this transaction The house and shootings of Abbots ford arc at present let to a tenant and a dispute having arisen between the tenant and tho county assessor as to tho amount of rental upon which the house should be assessed the matter came up a few days ago for adjudicafcionjin Edin burgh boforo the Lands Valuation Ap peal Court all who havo visited Abbotsford know there is a charge made of ono shilling a head for visitors this during last year gave to the propri etor the sum of which sum the as sessor wished to include in the assessa ble rent il of tho house Tho court promptly set this claim aside and fixed tho value upon the principles or dinarily observed in such cases These principles and thai value are neitherhero nor there for our present purpose the interesting features of the case being due to a statement made by counselin thecourse of tho hearing This was that the library and armory of Abbotsford do not belong to Scotts lineal representatives nor have done so since shortly after his death The library and armory bought back were not as has been supposed vested in Scotts representatives but were placed by tbo subscribers under a trust the trustees beingthe Dean and Council of the Faculty ofAdvocates Edinburgh An advocate is tho equivalent of what in England is called a barrister and the Dean and Council of the Faculty are al ways men who havo distinguished them selves at the Scottish Bar and out of whose number tho judges for the Su preme Courts are chosen The Faculty may therefore be regarded as one of tho highest and most select public bodies in body by the way of which Scott himself was a member The trust therefore that was thus formed for tho reception and oversight of library and relics is oneIn which the public have every confidence When the trust was formed it wasmade a condition was accepted by the heirsof entail of the latter should provide accommodations for the articles and that these should be open under regulations to the inspection of the public and em bodied in duly executed deeds with the result that the Dean and Council of tho Faculty oj Advocates have ever since been virtual custodi ans and possessors of the Ab botsford libraryand curiosities Fears have been expressed that the time might come when that magnificent col lection should be broken up and dis persed and it has even been urged in the public prints from time to time that the nation should to guard against this pucrhaso Abbotsford House and its con tents Any fear of such a danger may now be set aside for the public body to whom the collection is now found to be long is itself an historical i institution and the relics in its keeping are as safe as if they had been in the custody of the Government itself THE JOCULAR SENATORS Racy Discussion on the Worlds Fair Bill THE MEASURE IS FINALLY PASSED New Yorks Poem on Educational and Temperance Cracks a Few House Proceeding IN THE SENATE WASHINGTON April tbo bills placed on the calendar was tbo Senate bill to provide an additional Associate Justice for the Supremo Court of Arizona Reagan Introduced a bill to repeal all laws for the retirement of army and navy offi cers from active survico on pay Plumb introduced a concurrent resolution directing Secretary of tbo Treasury to increase tbo purchase and coinage of silver bullion to tbo maximum amount authorized by the act of February 2S 1S7S and gava noteo tbat Lio would ask for consideration tomorrow The Senate frhon took up the House Worlds Fair bill The only amendment is tbo insertion of a new section providing for a naval review in Now York in April 1S93 and the unveiling of tho statue of Columbus at Wash ington Vest asked whether there had been in tho whole con tost for tho fair anything that elevated or dignified American character at borne or abroad If they were to assume a patriotic stand point or if the idea was to illustrate tho National life on tho four hundredth anniversary of tho discovery of America why not have done it in the nam1 ot the people of the United States and avoided iho squabbles over localities which had boon a sort of auction between the cities as to which would give tho most money and entail tho smallest expense on the Government If it was to be a National matter why should not tbo Nation itself with an overflowing treasury tako upon itself the expense of tho whole matter From tlvB beginning it had been a simple advert ising scheme nnd the basis of a municipalTiv airy between tho great cities of the United States In this con nection Vest read extracts from magazino newspaper articles and commented upon them as a scandal to tho American name and American Ho referred to jhauucoy Depows speech boforo the Senate committee ana to his mention of the town of Peekskill as his birthplace and as tho center of a larger popula tion Chan that of which St Louis was the center and said that Mr Depows modesty hadforbid him from going on further to show why Peekskill did not aspire to the site of the Worlds Fair Ho Vest suggested that after that grout act of par turition the vital energies of Peekskill were ex hausted and that she had remained ovor sinew la a state of innocuous desuetude Vest read from a book xip in the interests of New York a poem the nature of which was a satire on Chicagos wido extent of recentlyannexed territory Tho following is a sample of it Tbo shades of night were falling fast A oer the Kansas prairie passed A youth of presence gaunt and But vast tho shoes travels in Hed driven ninety miles that day Nor seen where stay V 0h where am I at last he groaned A passing stranger softly moaned Chicago 1 Tho reading of these verses produced great merriment in the Senate Mr vest insinuated gently that tho poet was Mr Depcv For eighteen months he Vest hud been engaged m tho humble task of attempting to discover why tho meat interests of the great States of the West wore so depressed that tbo cattleraiser did not receive pay for bis corn bis grass and his oats to say nothing of bis time and attention constituents could go to Chicago in thotfgBeat stock yards amid the bellowing of cattloaftfl the grunting of hogs they would find what had become of cattle and how their profits were lost to them or if they went into the wheat pit at Chicago they would there find amid tho bellowing of tho bears and the roaring of the presided over by Old what had becomeof tbeir wheat crop year after In Chicago the for eigner could see all the emergencies and perils of the coming future and could see tho ilrst strain on American institutions based on universal suffrage Ho would find there restless and dangerous foreign popular tion For himself ho did1 not object tbat foreigners should see city of the great West But he not give his vote for a bill creating an exposition in any city of the United States He believed as a practical at BREMEN William arrived here today on b is tour aud this af ternoon laid tli e foundation morir uirient to bis grandfather This even i ng the cityis illuniinated in honor of Beiliii Shoemakers Out thousand Ber lin shQemalccrsiiave struck for a dayahd a raisefin I OF BOOKS It Is F F ally Guarded and Faithfully His Reform Now Possible Samantha I wish I couldbreak my self of habit of smoking said Mr Chugwater give worlds if I could do it Will you be guided by my advice Josiah j asked Mrs Chugwater WhaTt do you kuow about such things he Nevermind she replied Will youpromise to do exactly what I prescribe For how For 0 he said listlessly Go Mrs rciom and re turned in a moment with a box of 100 cigars she said tenderlyj I bought these of a peddler for GO cents and Ive been saying them Ion you You will smoke fourteen of them every day till they are all Tribune Senator Ingallse Curiosity Senator Tngallsrecently called upon solicitously urged the appointment of a Kansas a position in that Statev Secretary lNToble stated that he appreciated the Writes the correspondent of tho Kansas the diffi culty is that the President wants to appoint a own to that replied Mr Ingalls1 you pleasetell me his name ain not at liberty to give his y replied learn his retorted the Kansas Senator Kansas majority but if he has a hi Kansas now I certainly am not acquaintedwfth At which sally a tableau in Secretary Nobles that issue of journal by liiseonriec Gadr Useless ILnowledge is the nameof ruin f is that called Ob vypu te need to know travelers says tliat dbybustliiitkvof presets business man that it camo tobrsoon after tbo great Paris Exposition In his bonost judgment tlio people of the outside cicies engaged in the contest did not care anything about the expo sition Had the time come when in this country the people had to amused with shows in their condition of great pecuniary distress of unjust laws and of outrages perpetrated upon them G orb Am offered amendment to strike out tho provision for a naval review and insert an appro priation of for a memorial building ia Washington as il repository of the antiquities of tbe Western Homispliere Rejected Ciillom said tbat Chicago wou id mako the fair a grand success and manifest her appreciation oC tbe great liquor conferred upon her When tho name ol Chicago was mentioned the Senator from Missouri Vest seemed to be seized with a kind of hydrophobia He Cullom did not know wbat barm Chicago bad over doiio the Senator Tbo Senator bad said his people were doubt as to j whether they would go to Chicago or to and this wised a question as to which place tbo Senator represented JJiit the people of Missouri would be at the exposition by tens of thousands whether the Senator liked itor not Blair suggested that tbe city of Hades was a Democratic city Blair was opposed to the proposition of holding a naval reviewv as foeter nig a spirit of war Thar institution the badge of savagery infernal Avar should be abolished lie offercd an amend empower ing the President to hold an exbibivion of public schools and a review of public scbool cbildjen Chicago also an amendment for tbc er6ctionof a statue in memory of Queen Isabellaof Spain Hotb were rejected 1Ioar moved to amend by striking out the pro vision for a Columbus Plumb argued against the naval review and said tbe purpose back of this was that New York should have something to break its that might minimize the fair at Chicago Is aval review is essentially a moiiarchial States oughtto the difference between a monarchy based on arms and a republic baseu on the legitimate pursuits of peace After further discussion Hoars amendment strikingout the Columbus statue was and the renminder of the naval review was yeas 28 nays Blair moved to add the first sectiona vision that no intoxicating wines or beer shall be soldor be as a Beverage the limits of the exposition grounds thought that this matter shop be left to the people of Chicago hisx motionto the amendment on agreed 33 to la The negative votes were Allison Blackbura Blair Chandler Danisi Dixoi George Hampton Hoar Slitchcll Moody and Sanders The Committee of the Whole then arose aad reported the bill The vote on amendment resulted veas nays 25 So the provision s The1 bill was then 43 to 14 the being Barbour Berry Cockrcll George Hampton Morgan Reagan y Dawes a resolution agreed to calling on the Secretary of the Interior for formation as to the pccupatioa ariy portion ot the 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