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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT Of In tho City Combined THE WIOST EXTENSIVE AND BfTTl In the Mountain VOL NO ISO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY MAY 1S90 PRICE FIVE THE JAYHAWKER COMBINE Smelting Men and Grangers Fighting For Free Load Ores IT WILL BE NIP AND TUCK TO THE END owned threefifths of the property If refused to approve tho subtreas ury plan then let it remove the restriction hedging in tho National banking system The farmers would care nothing about and combinations and concontration of money if they eonkl hold their crops In Mibt and woro not compelled as at presofit sell them at stated times it would be a godsend to the country to pass the subtreasury bill for the reason if for no that there would not be a bucket shop left In tlio United States The day of speculation in crops would be done away with and Urn producer and consumer be brought together Sixteen millions would i build all the warehouses the Al JJanco wanted What good were river and harbor Improvements Id the debt i ridden oppressed In conclusion IVftHtorn CoijjrroHsmcM AIlirMifttJMr if Liie committee thought a landed FOOLISH The Princess Hatzfeidt James Full Flea tho Runners The Sale ol at Milititry TffriWNrc 117 Kmirurinth Street May I und Delegates from all he lead producing States are at last on the ground They are working night and day to tlie laiifT of one and onehalf cents per pound on imported lead from itrlken from th McKinley bill WhiLhoi they cfiniu loo late or not tho next few days alone can ell Kor weeks the House of has been besieged by the smelter lobby from Kansas Mty and New Jer sey bombarded by the Texas contingent and waylaid by representatives ol the assumed Kansas granger These dispatches long ago sou uded a warn ing note liat leut Interests needed t lie amunltlon they couhl collect but until ii WICK ago the only work has been thai of he liepnMeiiratlves of 11 Is a whet strenuous elloils of the mining delegates cnn turn the tide A poll of the lloiise showed sixteen Rep resentatives committed vote for free ar gentiferous They ani rllvidud as fol IOWH Six from Knnsns four from Illinois four from Iowa one from New Jersey and one from Louisiana This number Is conceded by Mm friends of American lead but the Mayor of Kansas Ity and his lobby are boldly claiming thirty Mr W K James of Salt Lake said this evening The a mount of ellective lobbying done by the smelting Interests Is and tho situation Is a very bad one It looks If we are healen hut we will go down with colors lying If go down we must Congress has been deielved by false lics by appeals to local interests and by the grossest nilsrepiisentatlims of the actual The Kansas fanner has been told thai forty per cent of his produce ex ported to Mexico and Mastern members have been Informed that an Immense export trade In agricultural products will he sacrificed If Mexleun lead ore Is not admitted free The facts are that our entire exports to Mexico last year were only eleven millions of which nine millions was machinery The mining States annually from Kansas and Kansas City more than twenty millions of produce and goods and Mexico not one tenth part of that Delegate I Mi hols who lias been working for long weeks to stem the tide said I am onr reinforcements have come too but I do not give up the light Ti Is a tfreat pity thatthe able and earnest men here now were nut on hand weeks ago The iMontana Idaho and Colorado delega tions have done their best but have been Ioreed to light against fearful odds It was a long light to keep the lit tho hill in the committee The strength displayed by the smelling lobby ought to have notllled our friends that even harder work would be re quired lo the bill Irom being amended as to ihe load paragraphs In the Committee of the Whole I hope for the best but am not CANTHKN QUKHTION WASHINGTON Muy Dispatch San Knineisen Chronicle Series War Department authorities are rather sorry now I hull they asked Congress to make an appropriation for canteen buildings for the for with the amendment made by tho Senale to the Army Appropriation bill on motion of Senator Hale prohibiting the sale of ardent liquors on military reserva tions I he canteen system receives a severer Mow than If no appropriation at all had been luudo Should this amendment linally prevail there Is but little doubt that the iftynlne already successfully started will have to be closed for they can not possibly be supported without the rev enues from the sale of beer Reports from nil those now In operation show tills to be about the only item of profit The Depart ment would a good deal rather have the ap prlation fall altogether than to have It ac companied by the prohibition clause adopted by tho Senate Indeed It is understood lhal thiCoiiYreneo Committee will he asked to strike out the entire provision and it Is generally expected that the committee will comply with the request for with the except km of Senator Male no one of the Conferees Is sulllelcutly Interested In the temperance question to Us appli cation lo canteen when it in made tin manifest by the army of that the Ihe outside of the military posts are the people who will bo hemtited in ease the sale of beer Is prevented in tho canteens tOSTMASTKKS AITOtNTKo WASHINGTON May The 1rosiileut sent to the Senate the fol lowing appointments piii James W I lure Astoria California T Kuttor llollihtor Wyoming James A Shannon Carbon Till1 fACIKU The House Committoeoii Pacific Railroads nas finally decided to report favorably to j UKHouse the 1adfie Itullroad Funding bill vhldi ithad under consideration several iionlhs Tho bill reported will by asubstl tile for the Vandevor bill but this substi tute is teaily tho bill reported by the Sonu rommittee amended In some respects basis best if they could noi accept a crop basis let them put it in the bill Do some thing to relieve the farmers Dont make It a question of tarilT or of politics but let the bli stand on Its merits IMftllT JtlCICk FOK TIII3 The Secretary of War lias amended para graph of the Army regulations us fol lows The or use of ardent spirits or wines in is slriullv pruliiliiind hut thiMioiiimaiul nllicer is light uccr Kolil Llicnin by ihc drink mi work days JUK in n room used fur no ollntr purpoM1 ind wlnui pnic in a buililing apnrt Unit in which is his giving to iinii an of obuiining within i Injiust liimtrf has tlfcct of jireviMitlng tinill Irniii for to without iiiitl lends Lo ami discipline uiiHMig ihiin Tin prinMinn of whut is knowu us Lruuliiig must not bn Mio DK JANKIHO May A rising of the people against the Government took place on Tuesday at Porto Algru A portion of the troops with the people The outbreak was suppressed by the police and the troops who remained loyal A number of persons were Injured The Temperature CrrtCAno May in York 04 New Orleans 10 St Louis fiO Cincinnati Chicago IJ Winnipeg W Her Act HEBREWS COVET A CATHOLIC TREASURE ors bo kept quiet a short The nuys now announce i suit enjoin ing tho publication of the llcrcUiy ami another against presentmanagers to obtain tin properly Two will bo brought against the old Alliance Ex change Tlie allegations will sol forth sonic gravo and show a woeful state of aflairs ami a deplorable misuse or wusie of of thousands of dollars sent up to Dallas is alleged have been frttered the Alliance men tho sum will reach THE DEBTORS WANT IT A Hebrew Bible Worth Its Weight in Power oi the Holy eral Foreign News CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS ASIMIiJTKI DISCUSSION ON IKO A OJJKS lllount MH Majority of Trying to SMllo Dolialu AVlilch nicivinUiy Dciilow und tho Democratic May the Senate among thn bills reported from committees and placed on he calendar were the Sen ate bill to provide for the adjudication of claims arising from Indian depredations and lhe House bill granting a pension Mrs Delhi 1arnell The Sonato then resumed of the Silver hill and Teller argument in criticism oC it to consideration contlnuec his House May troi the Committee on Rules reported a tlou providing that hearcafter the lions meet at VI that after the reading of th Journal and the disposal of conference TO ports the shall gu into Gonrnuttoo o thu Whole on the TarilV bill that bill to i read through commencing with panigrapl IH und lo hi epiii toiiuiendminit on any purt o tinbill following paragraph llOrtliiiton Wwluw lav next ul noon Urn hill with ponding uirioiu nuints hi nMorlod to tin Mouse Blmint fho majority oC th ConmiiUeo mi ItuldS sharply tin resolution After a oodo hail been adopted an nil thrown ovur tho consideration r tho hill In ooiniiiitUH it wns proposed lo si iiihlo tin1 rules gnvKiniiig the uoinniitleci F stiriiiod to hit policy of the when iivcr any ntattii1 was of a magnitude niquiriu hthatii and canliil consideration that this rul should hosiisptMiiliil uiul liloomo nugatory I tint whutlmr the paragraphs of tlio hil inid not hiiii considered It mattered not tha tiniiiiiiisuri Involved thu business filiations o nil tin people in this mighty nation It iiiatteru not tiial it iiivoUid relations wit all the cniiiuritss of tlm world that it involvoi oiii of thu greatest issues of the times If InstoiHd a system upon tho people fo majority was upon th imiisiuv and WHS iiupatiiMit with debate II proluttnd agiiinsl the resolution us uiiamoricuii imwisu and in violation of parliamentary pro MeKlitliV denied that thn resolution bail niij puipusi tdstilli dehiito Itvus intended tocou ciiitntto dihatn DII the paragraphs nml provision of tin1 bill Thu resolution was not to dony t Ihe minority tlui fnndoni of debute hut to dun to it the right to delay public business by dilu torv motions nnd obstructive tactics This Housi hail hiicii givou tlilrtyllvo hours of giMionil tie hall und IHtcun hours iindor thu llvemiiuitu di ImU nnd it was to ho given flvi1 days moro Uii the mntliMiUMi from Georgia remember thai Li theKortvfniirth Jouyross but wasgivm to of this TarilV bill In thu Forty six dnvs anil in thu Koityninth niiu days asknil what would of tin niiiiiHlmetiisolfored in Cominittuo of tho Wholt and disposod of ott Wodnosihii will fail After furtliur dobatu tho resolution wus to iKi The llouso thun went into CommHUjo of tin WIiolc on tlio TarilV bill Tho muling of bil cousuiiiid the rimuimler of tho day and at ooiiclusioii iho coiumUteo rose and tlio llout took a roouss TO MORMOiVS OUT It Is Charged That They arc Brought In Under Contract to TIUUUNU New York Trtlnux says editorially this morning An important stop was tulain yesterday by tho Immigration ofllciaU at the hurgo olllco In reference to Mormons entering this country There is good reason to boliovo that Immigrants brought hero as converts to the Mormon faith can legally bo declared to be under contract Should that prove to bo tlie ease they will be rigidly shut out and thus the principal source from which Mormon recruits are drawn would be out Such a result is greatly vote on reporting tho bill are suvou to four i U by every patriotic American Our momlmr refrained from easting his vote on the ground hat ho was not fnlly in Hundreds of Mormon converts aro brought formed subject A minority report j here from Europe every year To deprive j the socalled church of this supply would bo strike a serious blow at an institution will also bo presented THKY CKT A As a result of correspondence between tho lHpurtmea of Jnstioo and tho Treasury it has to China the and tho been decided to send baek to China te twentyone Chinamen Hmugglud into this country from Mexico and now in custody at San Diego California Thev will be transferred to Sun Francisco on Mie lirst si earner sailing for China This action 1s taken on tho theory that It isohuaper and bouer for tho Uov to bear the expense of their return to China than to send thorn back into Mex ico and run the chance of having to re arrest them and send them back indefinitely SKVKUK sKNaKXCG v Tho action of tho Secretary of tlio Navy in the case of Commander MoCalla Into commander of tho WHS mado public today The court found him guilty on Jill tho charges and sentenced him to bo suspended from rank and duty for three years und to retain his present number on tho list of commanders while so suspended The action of thu Department is embodied in a general ordor issued by tho Secretary tills afternoon approving the sentence Atf AriEAT KOK THE FARMERS The hearing of tho Farmers Alliance rep resentatives was continued by tho Ways and Moans Committee this ivftetrnoon Mr Living stone tho National lecturer of tho organiza tion taking lip the argument llo quoted President Lincolns prophecy that corpora tions would be enthroned Unit thoproperty of tho country would bo conceutratod and the republic itself overthrown us Others had been Cvuetwcutieth of tlio pooplo to strike a which Is a grievous blot upon tho fair fame of the nation By JiU means keep tho Mor mons out under tho contract labor laws if A SIOUX NUN Miss Crow Feather Takes Benedic tine Vows YANKTON S May fullblooded Sioux rimtdcu has just taken vows as a Ben edictine nun The coromony was performed In tho Convent of the Benedictino Nuns in this city Bishop McCarty received tho vows of tho now mm and Rev Dr Hainol conducted tho ceremony assisted by Mother Gertrude superioress of tho convent Miss Crow Feather willbe known in tho ordor as Sister Catherine For the present she will remainin this oity mission will bo to educate tho children of thbiSioux nation Herfather Crow Feather is a prominent Sioux The Moravian Rioters May strikers in Moravia continue riotous oommittinguumorous out rages At Noutitschein tho qu jury men stormed tlio houses of the quarry officials and tried to umrdec one directors Gendarmes quelled tho disturbance after a conIlioV during which a numbor Of gou wounded May Francisco Chranidc and Ex press cable The Unionist dinner last night at the Crystal Palace the occasion for which was Lord iiartingUms return from his trip to the South for his health witnessed an innovation in political ban quets inasmuch the ladies instead of relegated Lo the spectators gallery were placed as guests equally with the men at the tables Mrs Chamberlain was seated next to Lord Ifartiiigton the special guest of the ovenlng and Duchess of Htalhans was pliiced by the side Of Chamberlain who presided TUB KOOjiSH ICinlly Crawford the famous Paris correspondent devotes nearly her whole letter In Labourchoros Truth published to day lo Americans Speaking of marriages of Amuriean girls to foreigners she says Uluit I cant is how nuico of can rciioiinw on tho liyiiuiiciil or any ur AiinMicun To inj mini a Uioruiigli Amorioan is u princi among niiiii liijiiini1 in seiilii of heiiigs tin Ihiust of lino lOurnpuiiii anil I fim sun ilieru nu uioru truly in a In this connection Crawford jjiints tin fiillowing which refers to Hiiiitingtons soninlaw UatHloldt The youiig Ainiiriciin jiidy who tnurriud not long in hiislis 11 Iriniji of a mm liousi wiis iilwnys hiuigiiig nboct is sniil In ho repenting ill Inisiins Tin1 dlil pnssiuii of which wns sniiiiililiiriiig for wnnl nf IIIUIHIS to it has hurst out sign in is iniliilgiid from dusk to in llii circles wliiolrthis piisoiiiigi hiilmigs lii liis hridi logo iimllivi U VUMIIUI wlicn In knows sin would birth any of tlie houses of the great mid illustrious whurc hi would bo ruuoivml llcriix clusioii ncndil iniiin lihuriy to liim is lucky for her lluil the intiiresl ofher fortiino is closely iipoii liursilf Jiiiil hut she unable to dis pose ofii by anticipation MINIDUAL POWEll Oli1THK JIOLV S1313 May is announced that bis Tlolinejtf thu Iope has addresseda circular letter ii a hundred bishops of various coun tries diking whether they consider the time opporbino for proclaiming thu dogma assert ing tin temporal power of the Holy Sec bishops answered In the alHrnifitivo but all prelates op posed hho Jesuits urgo tlie 1ope iHoclalm the dogma without A Mysterious Dearh KANSAS CITV May 15 man poorly dressed was found in an alley this morning unconscious and with fractured He died this He was ideiitilied as Charles Maxie formerly by tho Adajns Manufacturing Company of Omaha Give It to the Bcrnocrat PHILADELPHIA May Republicans of tho Randall Congressional District will make no nomination to tho vacant place The Kentucky Seiuitorship LOUISVILLE May Democratic caucus at Frankfort took three ballots to night Carlisles vote on the lAst being 47 McCreary 17 Lindsay 2U Knot 20 Settle 2 Teller Explains Why tho People Demand Free Coinage AKDWHY THE MAGNATES OPPOSE IT Demonetization Buijt Up Colossal Fortunes Made the Rich Richer and the Poor Poorer Harrison States Positively That He Will Veto Any Free Coinage Bill THE BROOKLYN CASTAWAV WINS TO THE SOlUtOW Or JBI2TTIS11S A Wild SorainbJo for tho Pool jJIlly Murphys Deiiarturo liascball if James May 15 Benson the jubileeplan liberated from the prison in wlibh he was inciuceratod for forgery lie wa eeojled to his hotel by a crowd of who liim a banquet at which louneed his intention Co reform He InLoiidon atthe end ofthc Veolc uiul M LI write a book narrating his experi 1 prison life A TREASURE May A syndieato lias boon he ai IoniK pose 11 Tho i Nicw YORK May Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Sorles Murphy loft this city yesterday afternoon for San Francisco from whore ho intends to sail for his home and to pay a visit to his parents and friends said tho Aus tell you one Larkitis will come to lao pounds ancl mo for championship bolt or if he lights at 122 pounds Ill bet him from to that i defeat LONSDAJjKS COljORKJ OU13ST LONDON May the 13oston featherweight who is to fight Dune Wal lace was a guest of Lord Lonsdalo at the Pelican CLub lastevening lie begins train ing oh Saturday but1 the location of his headquarters is being kept a profound secret THE SCUTLING CHAWrONSIUV SIDNEY May race between Kemp and McLean for a side and the sculling championship of tho world took place on the Paramatta river and was won easily by Kemp MITCJIEtL IS W1LIANG LONDON thomid dieweight pugilist says ho is willing to meet Dempsey for tho prize the California Athletic Club of Froneh Jews for tho par purchasing toj1 the Jews eopy of orew Bible whleh Is in the Vatican Ich has been made for it butWt Is stated thtit the Pope cannot legally sell Tills is thu most Hiblo iii the world It is tho most famous Hiblo Jhere is in existence and this Is by no first time thai the Bo brows of Europihave tried to purchase it SonVtUiiiig like a century or more the Hebrews oC Spttin Franco and Italy then as extremely prosperous ollored for the bpk weight In gold ami more the oiTui1 a parallel iii magnitude to the preseii one The oller was refused just tho santo tho prosont ollor in all probability will bt ThoJiblo is the property of the Congrega tion iiltbe is probably tho inosli ulnable ieaturo of tho Polyglot library and 1 Hitting olliee of tho congregation whichiav6 no equals the collections in the Vatlisti library being considered more val oven those oC tho British Mu loss iinnicrous The Bible iniiie original Hebrew manuscript and thoOact time when it was written has ncvcibecn satisfactorily dotonnlnod any morcpian that it came into tho possession of th congregation founded by Pope Grogiy sonic three hundred yenrsago The ersona who havo seen the valuable inauiicrlpt very few That the chioL troaf re of the Propaganda will bo sold is Kouuuiauthor ities avo steadfastly rotusccl to rocognixo any iiount of inonoy as being an equiva lent r this book and the present composi tion the Congregation of the Propaganda s sue as to precludethe idoaof ow CADSTONU OK THE 1VVCKNSINQ LOON Associated In Commons tonight debate was re sumo on tho Licensing bill Sir Tames Llirkj Mr Gladstone Sir William Yernon HaroCrt Secretary Matthews and Mr Smltuspokc Gladstone said the means jjroppid wore utterly futile and extremely djingtbns The tide of public opinion again the liquor traffic was fast rising Allusjn had been made to remarks of bis ton yar ago in favor of compensation icjithoii it had been settled in a miner unfavorable to the doc triuojof vested Interests llo cer tainlj never contemplated approving suehlblll as this which proposed the pur a number of public houses on any proprietors will accept rnigW bettor bo described A bill for the ondoyiont of public The bill was bad liprinciplo and utterly unsupported by v Cabs inocion to reject tlio bill was de fcatrji and tho bill was then piissed to a secoureading llejjy movod that the Speaker leave the chalctiliat tho Mouse might go into Com on the Irish Agricul tural 111 Afrsoine debate this was done and the first liuso of thebill was read Dilatory created a deadlock for some time lUSlcUSES TO FIGHT May brother has cillensod er to duel for slandering Liberals Bick ort challenge on the ground that IG wf acting in a public capacity the of fousi language having been used in a speecfrom May and trie other Bulgarian officers civ coinnionced tor TheRaces BnooiCLVN May Brooklyn Jockey Club today probably hud the laigest at tondance seen at its track sincethe opening day tlie occasion being its spring Added to attraction of the Brooklyn handicap one oi the great winter betting events There were at least people weather was unpleasant rain comingdown iii adrizzle during the afternoon Tho track was very muddy The event of the day Brooklyn handicap re sulted in a somewhat unpleasant surprise for tho bulk of the backing inasmuch aa a horse that had been running poorly at the winter ina convenient kind of a canter LosAngeles the the surprise oC everybody was never in tho race and the only anlnuU that mado any pretension to covering the ground But it was a good race under the circumstances however and the time made was fast the first half being run in 151seconds and the mile in TJie great handicap was the fourth event The distance was one milo and a quarter for threeyearolds and upwards Starters Sir Oix on Los Angeles CometoTaw Badge Haywardj Erie Cynosure Castaway II Yeugeur Just before the start the betting paddock was a sight to behold Men fought like ti gers to bookmakers Old race goers say that they never saw such intense excitement around a race Tlie scene when the bell rang was an animated one Men ran hither and thither to gainpoints of van tage After a short delay the flag fell to an excellent start Castaway at once took the track aud passing the stand had a lead of fully four lengths with Sir Dixon next lapped by Vengcur Cynosure and They ranin this order till around tho first turn Passing the milepole Castaway led by a length and a Jialf Eric second a length before Sir Dixou From this point out the race was a perfect procession Castaway winning in a slow canter aud almost pulled up by eight lengths Badge finished two lengths in front of Eric who was two lengths in front of CometoTaw three lengths be hind camo Los Angeles and tho rest straggled Dixon Onishing next to the last Vengcur ran as whipperin Time mutuals paid Eric SALT LAKR TRIHUNK 51T Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON D May 15 IsflO A prominent Western Senator in speaking of the silver situation gives as tho reason why so many conferences have failed the unwillingness of tho President to sign a free coinage bill The reason is tho Senator said that the President has announced his un willingness to sign a free coinage bill In fact he has mado tho positive statement that ho will veto such if sent to him Tho President is very anxious for the pass age of a silver bill and agrees with tho loaders of the party in tho House and Sou ato that it is absolutely necessary for this Congress to enact some bill in ordor to re deem mado to the people but he does not think tho country is yet ready for free Several members of the Conference Com mittocs of the two houses have boon positive in their statement that the President would sign any silverbill that might be sent to him and they nro much chagrined to find that they are wrong Tlio opinion at both sidosof the Capitol is that some sort of a certainly bo passed and it is prob able that practical free coinage will be the suit of it although on its face it will not appear to such a measure as the Con gressmen from the silver States arc urging SKNATOrt TKJJOKJl WASHINGTON May the Senate today Teller resumed his argument in criticism of tho Silver bill There wore two features of the bill which should bo amended ho said if tho bill was to perform tho two things which its friends proposed to accomplish by was to raise tho price of silver and to give tho country an increased circulation It was absolutely essential in the first place that the Treasury notes provided for in tho bill should have the highest possible money function If one of the principal duties of money dischargexof was strucrion of tho debtor gjvatosJ ami niosi numorous class in ibis country ami in all othor coumrios TlnTc is in this body a majority of mon who iKlhvo that tluro is t rightioiis and just iloinand for i ho fiwcoinagir f silvtT Sow of tlnin may by from othor qminors They ho roiimloU by tho foar that wo will no iv toonnc a frofcoimisio bill iniou law My duty i when I oxoroiso niy lion usGod has given me prwor to soo my duly aiul not as tho Kxeciitivo or anyhoily clsomay soo it I propose to do my duty imi I boliove if every Somuor will do samo will i free coinage ici an which will relievo the jsniTvriiurs of imlustry oMporiunities and bring prosjwfity not ro the finnor alone bu every class of men deserving leirislatiou Coke iHxt addressed ilu in favor of tho five jiml unlimited coinage of silver Ho declared hat persistent doiiance of tho popular will hy the Depanment of the Govornmem for the pist sovontoen years was one of the most rmnarkablo in tho hitory of a five repre sentative Government ooiild not tin hill as reported from ilio Kinanoe Com in it too It disfrimiiiMtos silver in leaving o tho of the Treasury the to determine niuch silver of tliat purchased shoul be coined into money and as tinSecretary held ihoro WHS already too much silver coined ho was sure that with that discretion in the Secretary not another dollar would bo coined That pro vision of tlie bill was neither more ior loss than a provision to convert the Treasury of the United States in in a warehouse for silver to be held as a commodity on whirh iho Government should advance money The effect of the bill would he to repeal the only law on the siatuuhook re quiring the coinage of silver dollars The pus sage of the hi II would prove the severest blow to silver sinee its in 1873 There was no provision in it for tlie free coinage of sil ver nor fur any coinage of silverat all except by permission of the Secretary ofv ihe Treasury iii a word the hill from the Kinaneo Committee effectually repealed all hnvs providing for the compulsory coinage of a single dollar of silver The whole matter would rest upon tho discretion of tlio Secretary of the Treasury and on his affirmative positive action SliNATOU SIMJKSIAXS AMENDMENT Senator Sherman today submitted an amend ment to be proposed by him to the ponding Sil ver bill I provides that the balances standing to the credits of National banlcs for deposits made to redeem circulating notes shall be covered into the Treasury as miscellaneous re ceipts and that ihe Treasury redeem the circulat ing notes of banks which maycome into its pos session subject to redemption The amend ment nlso provides upon the certificate of the Comptroller of Currency that such notes re ceived and and new notes issued in their place reimbursement of the amount shall bu made to the Treasury from the appropriation created by this amendment to he know as the Niitioiuil bank notes redemption THE CALVINISTIC CREED it Is Eloquently Defended attec Presbyterian Assembly PRIVILEGES AND DUTIES OF THE CHURCH Enormous Wealth of Some of the Dangers Tha6 Christianity anil Ameri can Able Address DARK CONTiNENTHORRORS STANLEYS iVVVROir THROUGH THE TKOPJLC A T FO IlliSTS of Terror and Bays of loys Kollowors Jixpccted to JCcaoIi tJio End oi tJio Worll Badge Five Service won Blue Rock second Fordham third Time Handicap for all ages mile and a six won Sluggard second Mad stone third No time taken Twoyearolds half colt won Terrifier second Turmoil third Time Sweepstakes twoyearaids half Correction won Claudhie second Kometra third Time 1 All won Poxmeadc Quesalthird Time AT May fair weather cool track slow Twoyearolds half Katunasecond Joanette third Time 52 Twoyearolds half Howard won Major Thornton second Woodford third Time 52 All ages milo and seventy Lebanon won Cecil B second Bcttina dropped out of the race at the half xnile Time r fillies five WOIK Ethel Elizabeth third Time v Maidens all ages Forrest won Eugenie third Time Baseball BROOICLYN noil Oth mrged with conspiracy to overthrow The indictment accuses ssiiinofficials Of privy to the of supplying fho conspirators with 4The case was adjourned tub Brotherhood clubs tills afternoon played a superb and in tensely exciting game Tlie and Atteridanccv 37 0 0 0 2 1 0 Chicago 8 yan iHnltreu and Cook King and Gaffney und aririers Alliance JPrauds xj May cut itfromhcrd a lew ahnonn Ing suit vagairisb tlie1 ienbyuromiueiitAlliance lucn that nita pames at Bropklyn and National wet1 grounds or rain The I Association ij its depreciation and a suspension of silver purchases under the bill would be in vited lie did not deny that the passage of the bill would put the price of silver up Its very introduction had done that because it was apparent to thepeople abroad that if the United States Government consumed the entire silver production of the country onethird of theworlds there would bo a demand for silver that could not bo met It might put the price up to par He did not know exactly what par would be He supposed per ounce would bo called par in the United States It would be less in Great Britian and less inEurope If it put the price oneeighth of one per cent above par purchase under the Government bill would cease and the great interests arrayed against silver would obtain their ends This was no vainsupposition nor iinaguiation on the part of the people who wanted to have silver used as coin It was borne but by the facts There was 11 in tin United States iiloiiu but sill over the world that held the credits of the world that took lioJl from all quarters levied tribute on enterprises nml thatrwas arrayed against silver seventeen years that ruled the whole civilized world It had added onethird to tlju material debt ol the United States by legislation und had added an equal amount to and individual Those people had enriched themselves at the expense of the many Collasal fortunes had been built up in the United States and Europe within seventeen years which had no parallel in the history of the world fortunes extent to those brought back to Rome by theconquerors who invaded Asia and did any body believe that these people were now ready to surrender their vantage and adopt a Jinanciul system thatwould relieve the taxridden debtors of this country and the world and put them back on where they were in The energies of those people were beyond cal culation Their avarice was only equalled by qheir energy Theycoulcl put silverat and above par whenthey wanted to aud if thoy could thereby destroy silver as a money metnl and then when the United Stales Government would1 not buy silver pending bill they would come back and say We told you that silver would not do for money We told you it wns not a suitable money metal and that you would have to go to the only suitable Was it a delusion he asked to suppose that that would Tje doney lie suspected that these people would do any thing within the range of legislative enactment or of commercialtransactions to accomplish their purpose and the bill that contained a pro vision which would allow such a state of affairs was not a perfect bill Butler asked Teller to give his idea of the effect of the free coinage of silver on international monetary arrangements Teller said that everybody had to admit that the proposed bill whether it were a scheme of the Secretary of the Treasury to pile up bullion in the Treasury Department and pay it out on demand of the noteholders or an amendment reported by the Finance Committee was a tem porary affair member of the Finance Committee would claim that it was a permanent thing They said it was temporary they were wiiiting to see what the current of events was going to be ami then said to the friends of silvbr coinage You ought to accept this bill It not it a full restoration of silver to money functions but it Ms a house at which you can stop for a while and when you have gathered strength go Thebill he said was a halfway scheme It afforded no relief whatever exceptin making si special market Cor silver in the present Government demand of two millions a month If it were proposed to restore would have to be given full money functions There Aye re at least nine men iri the world calling for silver as against one man calling for gold There were noL more than ofpeople that preferred gold Silver was the chief money Silver was better adapted for use as money than While he was himself a bimetallist if there was to be only one money he would welcome the in the interest of his race and of the people of this country and the sooner it was reached the better for American industry the better forcommerce the betier for trade the better for everything Hoar iii quired whether even without the de monetization of silver not litivcfallen Teller replied thatwhen silver was demone tized a silver dollar was worth intrinsically a dol lar and three cents and a fraction There was nothingat that time to indicate that silver was Tliere had been an increased pro duct world reaching to but there ho the public prints of the world that there v danger from an over production of If the United States had rer h doulilevstandard and if the demorie of silver in Germany down the priceof Eaciix UmonJiad re stricted silveren accouutof the German the of States would the coinage of LONDON May Dispatch San cable Stanley has lost noun of his oldtime facility in public speaking At tho Guild Hall re ception he spoke for Ji full hour telling of the awful trials and experiences of his march through the dense African forest llo graphic and sometimes eloquent in de scribing the terrors of tlie journey Day alter day week after week from divwn of morning to near eve with a noon interval of rest we are urged on Step by step gain our miles and penetrate doeyur and deeper into the strange conservatory of nature tlie inner womb of tho true tropical forest The wurm va pors rise 1rom it as from a great 1urmenung vut until so dense are the exhalations in a few days thiil only a can let inUic sunlight on foliage above our Leads After mouths ofunbrokenmarch wo halt for rest and 1or the lirst time attempt to question who have hitherto artliilly eluded our efforts to gain intelligence We ask them if they know of any grass laijd lying north or soutli of their district and reply in tlie negative in a that seemed to imply that wo must be strange creatures lo suppose that it would bit pos sible lor any world to exist save that illimitable forest world Taking a grass blade from ihu river only a few straggling bjadcs be hold it up to view no Held no limited stretch of land with something like tins tiiey reply shaking their heads compas sionately pitying our absurd questions all like gave their hands a sweep to illus trate tliatvall the world was alike Nothing but trees trees and So sooner are those words heard by our men than their imaginations conceive a forest under the most oppressive and forbiddinc aspect The little religion they knew was nothing more than legendary lore and in their momoriosthere dimly floated the story of a land that grew darker and darker ys you traveled towards the end of the world and drew nearer to the place where the great sorponi lay supine and coiled round the whole earth and their Horror grows darkerwith their fancies Whin night comes with its thick palpable darkness and they lie cuddled in their little damp huts and hear tern pests overhead the howl ing or wild winds and the grinding and groaning of the stormtossed trees the dread sounds of falling giants the shock of the trembling earth which sends their hearts fitful leaps to their throats and the roaring and rushing as of a mad overwhelming sea oh the horror is intensi fied It may be that next morning when they hear the shrill sounds of the whistle and the oiliccrs voices ring out in the dawn and the trumpet is heard and there is the stir tumult of preparation and action that tlie morbid thoughts of the night and tho memories of their terrible dreams will be effaced for tlie time but when the march has begun once again the files are slowly moving through the woods they renew their morbid broodingsand ask themselves low lontr is this to last Is the joy of life to end thus Must we jog on day after day in this cheerless gloom this joyless duskiness until we stagger and fall and rot among the toads Then they disappear into the woods by twos and threes and sixes ami after the earn van has passed return by the trail some to reach Ynm buya and the young ofliecrs by their inles ofwoe and war sonic to fall sobbing under the spear thrust some to wander and stray in the dark masses of woods hopelessly lost and some to be carved for a cannibal feast Those who remain are compelled to it by fears of greater dangers and mechanically march on a prey to drend and wakefulness The scratch of a thorn the puncture of a pointed cane the bite of an ant or the si ing of a wasp the smallest tiling serves to start an ulcer which presently becomes virulent mirl oats its way to the boce and the man dies These sores rage like an epidemic and dozens arc suffonTs Then the recklessness with which th at up their stores of provisions What might have lasted iseaten up in two or thiw and they starve the rest of the time for ilic spaces between the banana plantations may v unha days march but they may be requires a calamity to teach the blacks as well as the whites how live A LIVE STOCK AfJSETING SARATOGA May Presbyterian k General Assembly met hero today President Roberts of the Lake Forrost University tho retiring moderator delivered an address The privileges and consequent obligations of the Presbyterian at length His reference to tho absorbing topic of revision was in en umerating the special privileges of tho church Among these he said was a clearcut strong and Scriptural creed Notwithstanding the few objectionable passages ailoged incorrect interpreta tion of Scripture Jaml the questionable philosophy of two or three paragraphs in our standard they are a marvel of skill and didactic acumen They been classed the best specimens oxtant of clear thought and cogent reasoning They wero prepared In troublous times for the purpose of uniting in one church nil theChristians of Groat Hritain and Ireland paragraph was heated the tiros of controversy ami forged into burs of gold not only by the best theologians church but by Yh staiosmeii also of both housis of Parliiunivnt Tho shorter eatnolsism has boon pronounced by many have had no sympathy with its doc trints as the best compendium of scriptural truths tho world has ever seen Tho standards arc not only clearcut but exceedingly strong Thov arc basid largely on Gods sovereignty It is no such sovereignty however as implies arbi trariness or injustice bur such as abuses tho proud and encourapos tho lowly It is loudly proclaimed in these days that tho doouinis of our standards are destitute of tho broathhigs of Gods This is largely true The tender phnso of tlio ilivincchnraotof is not so eloarlvstt forth as it ought to bo in this age Kut it iTusst noi he forgotten that thfttchurch has boon n process of evolution from her in fantile days to tho present time Grace and truth camo by Jesus Christ but those lovely qualities could have come only after the way hail boon prepared for them by tho sterner qualties of tho law which camo by Mosos Tlio strong truths of our Calvanislic creed aro not to be looked upon therefore as monslrositios but as necessary antecedents to inilder ami more lovable doctrines Those doctrines have been drawn out of Gods word in such a way JVR to for bid the making of any essential changes in them without doing violence to that Among the other privileges of the church enu merated and dilated upon were Ji government more in keeping with the teachings of Scripture than that of any othor branch of the church championship in tlie cause of education super ior missionary appliances and concededwealth On this latter point Roberts said in part It msy soem doubtful at lirst si jilt whether riches can bo rcgnrded ns one of the privileges of ji churchof In themselves considered they cannot be an indication of moral power or Nevertheless they do acniiirn Accord ingtblheibest known priiiciplcof ethics moral ity as well as strength when viewed as atrust for Gods plory and tire Rood of the world It is often alleged church owns and controls more money than any other in our land tlie congregations in New York City is said to possess more than a hundred millions of The Presbyterians of Chicajjo have under their control not m their possession hundred millionsof dol lars This is a fair sample of what is to be found in other communities East and West It is cer tainly a groat privilege to be entrusted with so much of our Lords money if we have grace to use it as good and faithful Dr Roberts added that the obligations arising from those privileges come under tlie whomsoever much is given of him ehould much he and spoke at prcat length on tho duty of the church Following are some of his points There is an evident looseness not only in admitting men into our ministry but also ia giving church sessions unlimited license to sup ply their own pulpits In many congregations ministers are lured by the year like clock The community in which they live regard thorn not as permanent factors in their social or re ligious life The value of the permanent pas torate is beyond all computations a few of our vacant churches are allowed to be overrun by professional candidates Out worthy ministers arc frequently set aside by men who are after the loaves and fishes They have a few flashy discourses that pJease the ears of the when they are delivered they hayo nothing loft worth listening to Under this prac tice piety languishes actively ccascs and Chris tian benevolence is left uncultivated prosbvtcries must watch with greatcrcaro Jie entrance into her ministry The number of candidates who reject some of the fundamental loctrines of our creed is said to be on the increase U the present rate of increase the doctrinal of our church will certainly beimpaired If the growing laxity goes on a loud cry will ently be raised for a creed that will bind no min ister to a specific system of belief The presby teries should exercise more vigilance in the direction of preserving a soundness of faith in our ministers and elders The Presbyterian Church is called upon to conserve the educational institutions she has been largely the means of establishing and to add to their number as circumstances may de mand The public school system the bulwark and glorv of our nation but of late it has become sin object of assault by the Romish clergy The high etllcisils of that politicore ligious system are bout on destroying or control ing it The church wo represent is in duty bound to meet these enemies of our common schools They should and be im proved in certain particulars but in its main features and fundamental principle must be upheld At the cost if needs be of blood and treasure The porpotuation of our free institutions de ponds upon the virtue Jiomogenousness of pur nation but this cannot bo realized wiUiout the molding inllnnci of Christianity The Romanist must be brought to accept our com mon tho Mormon 10 practice monogamy tno Indian to worship tlie only living and true God the Chinaman to adopt the principlesof Christian religion and the Anarchist the Sabbath and honor the eternal principles of Gods work The alarming condition of portions ol our country calls for s til greater vigilance and effort on tlitt part of tho church Even New Eng land which in many respects is the most fav orod part of our country 5t threatened by an av alanche of propagandists of Romish Church States are threatened witha tidal TI f wave of immigrants from Europe the majority of A Movement On Foot for Would giadly wash away of to the c6nvertedintq was at least1 udice if 1 vital in jVeople0 a continual prices was tioii at the Worlds Fair CHICAGO May large meeting of stockbreeders from almost every section of the county was held today in response to a call sent out to different livestock associa tions stating the necessity for consultation and united action in regard to the demand for space for an exhibit at the Worlds Many1 speeches were made urging the advisability ofa great exhibit at the Worlds Fair The Committee on Resolutions pre sented a report all similar exhibitions of live stock heretofore have fallen far short what the magnitude of the should demand The live stock the coining fair should be held as a of one single exposition all withiu the same enclosure not separated hadbeen1 the case hitherto in all such expositions The needs of live stock for dwelt on A committee to represent tbe live stock interests in conferring with the managers of the Search in fffor the JJepers Thejbealth department the Puritans if not their religion The country is today standing aghast at the rising cloud of ignorance aud immorality among the freemen of the South which threatens to overspread our political sky with gloom The Northwest IK trembling over of avolcano that may at anv moment shakft into pieces its proudest political and religious fabrics T be Southwest is groaning under the domination of r Rome mountains are holding to day in their bosom a fetid pool thatthreatens to1 devastate the contiguous States and The Pacific Coast is threatened wi th intellectual and practical is everyrj where striking to overthrow our Prptestan I Cliris tianity Jt lias the tongue of and the ear of the populace Itjs becoming every day more and more resolutely formidable and ful but Christs Gospel tbe power of God unto salvation can meet such threatening Roberts added that notwithstanding all this hopeful pros pectsv are not wantingr tbea courage the urged renewed effort Tore men as nmting a yjgpXQUS search1 for the Chinese lepers seen here in the street ljy Colonel William Svlio lived Fpr the six jie been an Ger Still particularly in the West The foreign field is also calling for more men and means Another to which the church should lend herv energies U i to members jii the meaning true stewardship and ment of Christian work as pecuniary offerings v The church must vset more emphatically the v ists between Gods Af
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