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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               .M VOU VIII. NO. 9403. 8ATUKDAY AHTWKNOON, JANUARY 1, 189t. MORE WOOL MEN HEARU l hey Finish Addressing the House Coiiuuittee. KELLEY I I.I. He Has Cancer otHhe Throat and May Never the House Months' Receipts from Internal Beve- News. I JN, Jan The wool continued theii -arguments before the and means committee Kepresentative tor, of Montana, gald the Mills bill or a lar measur would drive ever v Montana wool gioneroutof business, but with necwi'j' riff the mdustiy would grow Mr, Shep- herd, of Texas, protested agamnt the present importation of a low class of wool from Aus- tralia Tie call for "free wool" Was only mode, he by a few manufacturers, rfnd knew of no grower that wanted it, but, on the control .y, if wool should be admitted free, he knew that it would drive them all out of the business An address prepared by Mr McDowell, of Pennsylvania, favoring 8 protective tariff on wool in all foi inn wai read Judge Lawrence Bpeafct. Judge Lawrence, of Ohio, representing tbfl National Convention of Wool Giowers, then spoke. He said that no reason exists, If a protective tariff is maintained, why nil wool) in the manufacture of woolen good! should not be produced in the United State! the goods mamifocttued nere. The car- wools also, be said, can aud will, nnder a protective tariff, be suplied by the home pro- ducers. Sixty millions of pounds of carpet wools, he were used in the United State! annually, and out of the wools imported for thin use one-fourth were used for the manu- facture of clothing, and th s was a gieatiO' jury to the United btates and a fraud prac- ticed on the government. An additional t-viff on wools, he would not increase the price to con- sumer, as claimed by some, as an active home competition, which is sure to exist, mil insure the consumer a fair price He asked to have Inserted, m the tariff bill a section defining carpet and other low grade wools, also a provision for sorted wools ol this kind, also to prevent admixture frauds, and other frauds pi acticed in the importa- tion of the different kinds of waste Michigan Hiaid Mr J. T Rich, of Michigan, of the Merino Wool association of that state, WHS hoard. He said tint there had boon a gen- eral and gradual fulling of the wool produc- tion in his state and that np reduction in the tariff be m ulo, and earnestly urgec that steps be takeu to piohibit the fiauds practiced in the iinpoi tation of the differenl grades of wool A Free Wool. Mr. Dobson, of PhiTeTnlpbia, aT na'rpet manufacturer, next addressed the com- mittee. He said that the wool interests o; the country had beeu mifiiepiesanted. The production, ho said was not near enough to supply the demand and he was willing to take his chauce in free wool, but was pf being tied down by the wool growers. The Manufacturers Speak. Mr. William Whitman, president of the National Association of Wool manufact- urers, addiessed the committee on behalf bf his association, which, he said, did not at- tempt to 0' the duties on raw wool, bul was opposed to any increase and fovorei the prciKuit duty He asked for a slight in- on tho manufactures of wool, so as to place the American manufacturer on an equal footing with the foreigner, am the following rates: On yam, 40 per cent, ad valorem; on woolen good" 50 per cent, ad valorem, OB clothing, 60 per cent, ad valorem; wool in serm-aanurao tured condition to pay the duty prescribe! for nnennmeratcd articles of wool and wool goods. This last clause, be nald, was necessary to prevent fraud Ihe Senate Bill Mr. T. Z Sears, of Philadelphia, wnllng the Manufacturers' club of tha City, wd the club was not oppofwri doty on wool, and did not care bow the tariff on this article might be made. The wants of tha manufocturerR, he laic had ogen well by Mr who spoke before him, and the duty pro- Tided by the senate bill on ring waste, etc r. as satisfactory Mr. Folwell, of Philadelphia, a manufac- turer, argued in favor of protection of wool and woolen goods Mr E A of Philadelphia, a o braid embroideries and other noveHki, briefly urged an increase of duty on articles Kelley Pangaropalj 111, WARHJHGTON, Jan The father of bonse of repreEPiit'itives, William D. If elley of Pennsylvania, has probably boon on th floor of the house for thp laqt time On the day when the Fifty-first conKi Jndge Kelley was in place and since that time he probably born a the capital twice or tlman bled condition was the subject ofumrll eon ment, but only a few knew the nature of judge's nilment. Just below the Judge KnUoy's jowls a rancer, Spreading rapidly into the throat So quick ly has it worked that the effected c. spook only in whispers, and then not irliho pain The swallowing of nourishment la rnatter of considerable difflcultf ajid loco- motion can only be indulged in toavei extent Severn! of Judge Kelley's relJ tires linve been hero during the last few and his daughter, Mro, ed to take him huiue with her, bnt bft son- dltlon was such that removal impossible by the physicians, so jndg b still in his rooms at the jRijjgs Tho Carlisle Indian School. WABHINOTOH, R H. Pratt, of tho gruafe ludojttrlft sehool at Carlisle, Pa., refoiring to ft state- ment In the prrv, that from 80 to TO per caul of retariied pupil, die within four years f'l find we sent 101 and Pin Ridge agency students hduie prior to (Some of them have be.c home yenrg Tho moit careful imjuliy Jrom eighty two are living which than PO par cent of deaths covering mac longer uenod Jvovnnno lierolpffl. i rov, Tun H_A statement parcfl 1 m I Uwmio Commissione Mnirm H iurinf thn flrnt flv morti! n tlio oollfii tion- lotmtod tn "0 c orr wfi of inor 1 1 I m t i n ti in ]No tm x o THE COLOMBIAN TROUBLE screta.j Tracy's Views on the Seliun of Yankou YORK, Jan. nsked See- of the Navy Tracy if he thought any complications would arise between Colomhij nd the United States on account of th< leisure of our vesswls. He that he did iot think anything serluus would follow ho added, "I telegraphed to Mr that I have several meu-of war al tin disposal The Qalena and the Kearsargi axe at the Mole St Nicholas in Hayti, and either of these can reach Cartagena in thre< Hays. I do not anticipate anything thai ould lead to a conflict, but a United State) ar vessel on the scene might prevent fur- ther trouble in the way of semng vessels." The seoretaiy did not seem to be alaiiued over the situation. He did not care to gc nto a disciiRsion over what would be don< n the avowed trading vessel which lefl lere the other day would engage in a flghl with the Colombian navy A FATAL SNOW SLIDE Eight Persona Reported Killed at Slerri City, Cal Cal, Jan disaatrout snow slide has just occurred at bierra City Particulars are meager, but as far as can now be ascertained the dead are Mrs I T ifooney, Miss Ethel Langton, lira. R Rick and her little son And daughter The force of the snow slide was so great ;hat trees in -its path were mowed down il they were stalks ot grain The nunibei of the dead may reach eight Zeta Psl Men Mete NEW YORK" Jan annual conven- tion of the Zeta Pal fratornit) has begun here, under the auspices of the Alpha chapter of Columbia college W L. Pierce, of Chicago, presided, and delegates were from Columbia, Harvard, Yale, Williams, the University of Pennsylvania, Browu nnlversity, Union, Cornell, T'Hfay ette, University of North Carolina, Toronto nnlversity, the McOrill university of Mon kraal, and many others Among those proa ent were William Flatt Pepper, Francis Aawln nnd Ben Francis J Eccoe, of Phila- delphia; Judge Andrew ITirkpatrlck, ot Newark, N J F F Culver and Ferdinand Peck; of Chicago; President H E Webster, of Union college, and Judge Van Wyck and Chief Justice Larremore, of this city Thin evening the annual dinner will be given at Delmomco's. Mackey's Entire System Involved. EVANSVIirp, Tnd., Jan. situation in the freight conductors and brakemen'e iti ike on the Evaiieville and Terra Haute Evansville and Indianapolis railroad has become more serious The employes on the Peoria, Decatnr and Evansville road joined the strikers, and one of the representatives of the committee at this point, sent to arrange for the addition of Evausville, Louisville and St Lonw em- ployes, Bays they will join in the olrike upon receipt of order This involves the entire Mackoy system E v ei y tiling is qmet about the yards here All the freight handlers and the clerical force in the fitiight depot have been laid off until bnal- ness is resumed. Columbia NEW YORK, Jnn 4 300 Columbia college students visited a theatre last even- ing and afterward marched up Broadway iking a 8i eat deal of noise Officer Bear- don, at Broadway and Twenty-eighth street, upon the leaders to stop the shouting. Frank Tuctertot Lee, MORI., replied hy !ri4- ing the boys in another war whoop The of fleer arrested him Another student, Myron Green, of Niagara Fills, attempted to him, and was himself arrested by a ronnds- mnu. Most of the students managed to dis- appear, about fifty of them followed Tucker and Green to the police statiuu. Ruford Franklin, a lawyer, finally bailedthe prisoners out for the night Willis flaylord's Suicide. PHII AnntPuu. Jan Gaylord, who had boon in official custody for nearly two months has committed suicide in the county prison by hinging himnelf to the bare of iis cell OJaylord's case Is a veiy peculiar one He was about 40 yean of '8in4y luimed and from bis actions Aid speech very much of a gentleman Be was a prosperous merchant in New York city nntfl abuut threeniontbsago, when he found hln.self nimble to meet bis obligations The most Important was a debt of which Frederick A Babcock, of New York, alleged was dne him Suit was begun against Gay- lord in the New York court, but he left the city nnd came here Babcock followed and '1m avrwsted. Jiiu iKt contJitrifiig (IX) has been stolen In transit between thh Wrecked by the Shifting of a Switch. VNA, Mon., Jan west bound Northern Pacific pagssnger train, when rounding a curve Wednesday night, tiftoen miles lely by the Navarros, meie et flls These words and suggestions fiom Miss Audeison almost be regarded as a distinct at knowledgeuient of the engagement King Humbert Gets a Fall. ROUE, Jnn An accident happened to the king of Italy yesterday Ridlug near the Porto Maggiore, his hoiss stai teii sud dPiil) at a donkey ladi n with wme skins and threw king to the ground Ihj king managed to get on his rojal feit, much bru s d, but not sdnonily njuied He mounted on a frtsh borse and eudouTorcd to continue ni cou se, buteventu ill} was com pf lied to enter a carriage and re t m n to the Quinual Ur" FarneH" WUI totitinur aa L  United States. Emblazoned on panels njutiml -this center piece wilt -be rtpi esentatious of tbeehief incidents in Stan ley's career The Dead EtnpreM' Funeral. LISBON, Tbe funeral of Emprss Theresa, of Brazil, took place at Opoi to yesterday with imposing cernmony The body wejsieuiored to the ulmrcn, the sei views were conducted by Car dlnul Ncto, patriarch of Lisbon. All of the Brjzilmn tmporfal faulty were present ex cept Dom Pedro King Carlos was repre- sented by the Duke of Oporto Success of Bernhardt'a ".loan Are PARIS, Jan. 4 Sarah Beruhnrdt's "Joan of Arc" ia bajled as a very great success The dungeon scene and the endeavors of the judges to show that Joan is a witch are es- pecially vigorous and dramatic. The im- personation is babej upps the theoiy of Bastion Le Page that the wae sub- ject to I Moving for Bf Maybriek'a Pardon Jan. Maybrlok's friends have of late redoubled to secure the prisoner's Telenxe. They claim to have gathered from American other sources sueli a of convlnHng uew evidence in favor of Mrs. Maybrirb that the queen will be unable to ret noa a pardon. Dom Pedro's Personal Property OPOKTO, 4 provisional geyrero-'1 meat of itabled to Dom Ptdro to the effect it would hold itself responsible for the tare keeping of all the personal property of the family, including jewels, plate, furniture and pict- ures, valued at Bnn by Steamer. LONDOV, Jan The White Star line 'learner Britannic, Capt. Davlton, from New Yoik, Dec 25, for ran into the brigantlne from for Bun- corn, In the the 'ihe THE Tips NEWS IN BRIEF from the Wires CaiAfnllr Von Der Ahe, of the Bt denies that his club intends to join the Players' league Charles r MacLean iuia boon chosen pres ident of the New York police board The Democratic legislative caucus of Ken tucky has reuouiinated Jwwh Blackburn by a unanimous vote for Vv4f JisV'tfb wnator The flight from LoiiuM Francis Byng, chaplain to thu quCJtftiil house of commons is explained by difflcul ties owing to heavy losses ou thu turf Mrs Hughes Httllett, formtrlj Miss Eiutly von Schaumbeig, of Fhilailelphia, has n plied to the recent statements ot her husband and Mrs. Bloomileld Mooie hho charges her husband with treating her infamously, as well as squandering her tortuuo, and tells how dearly she has pud for the "madness of her foolish marriage, She refutes the charges relating to Chilldor She ig now' separated from her husb mil Schneidei Doherty, merchant tailors, f Washington >.tieet, Buffalo, have made a general assignment Byron M, Hobeits, couucted of man ilaughter, at Bennington, Vt lias boen sen tenced to nineteen years' impiisonmeut A Republican caucus held m Brooklyn re suited In Wo tinuauce in the president) of the Republican genei al committee. Piesidunt Harribou 19 said to ktiongl) favor Sccrttaiy Windom's silver policy, which is that the shall accept Bilvei bullion issue certifltates theiefor at the market rate, the tutiflcaUs to serve as currt-ncy De tho murderer of miHiuumre Cunningham, has bien sentom-ed to illtoen years in prison Mm. Potter doing to Aoitralla. LONDON, Jan Potter "id Bellow sail for Australia ou the tteamer Oceans Jan lp, to open their in Mel- bourne in February, Mrs. Potter's reper- toire will Inc nde and others of her favorite pldys. He AshNtef] Boi th to Escitpe NEW YORK Jaii 4 from Wash- ington to Ihe Mail and Expiess says Thomas A Jones, emplo) ed in the tool room at the gun fomidr) of the navy yard here, has b en tlis Hissed liCLtiuso it was learned that he assiMed John U ilkes Booth to escape after the assassination of Uncoln Jones is an old mnn He sftys hu halped ferry Booth across the river Ho di 1 not know when he started to do BO wlmt Booth had done, bnt found out Wf >re he fini hod the job He is not ashamed of any net he has ever done He thmks it rathu hard to leave his place, but does not complain He declines to lay Who "ssibted him in taking Booth across the river Jones was appointed duriug the late Democratic ailmimstiatiou at the instance Of Mnrjland. Mr Mudd, who is contesting Cojnpton's seat, brought the charge against Jones as part of hia case against Couipton and this led to Jones' discharge The Annual M ool Canvass BOSTON, Jan lUfl Boston Commercial Bulletin s annuivl ot tho wool supply of the United btatea shows a heavy increase n p te f-rom the mar kets and tho growei s allow a total supply in dealers' hands of iieo pounds of domes- tic and 000 pouudo c I forugn, against domcitic and foreign in 1888. The New York and Pbilndelphiastoeks are less than last year, but Boston shows an increase of pounds of domestic wool, and most of the smaller markets fol low the lead of the chief wool market of the Country imports of clothing wool Bhow a decline of nearly 7o per cent Mrs Snnthwortli ttronlug Worse. NEW YoitK, Jan 4 Hio Hanua B Southww th, the slayer of Stephen Pettus, was too ill to be moved from the Tombs last evening, and her counsol has abandoned the habeas corpus proceeding begun by her mother for the purpose of having her re- moved to a hospital for medical treatment Hereafter fier counsel's physician, Dr Ward, will attend her at the pi ison Mrs. South- worth's case will prohnhly he called for trial next week The Conspiracy Against the ST PmiiBSBuHO, Jan The czar is deeply affected at the Nihilist compiran; just discovered, and the shock has his lecovery materially. The conspiracy re- sembles. the revolt of crushed by C zar Nicholas The office, o im- plicated are imprisoned in the fortress of St Peter and St PanI A HKVUIIVBG Offlclal Arrested, NEW YORK, Jan. 4 Louis Cortoz, soi.ii- tary of the municipal council of Havana, Cuba, has been arrested, charged with forger} ind with embezzling of public bo ids He claims that the authori- ties have made an error In balancing (he books No Iwnds were found in his posocf sion A Ciinn of Wild Oates LOOKPOBT, N Y, Jan. Marie Sped- ding, a pr'tty brunette, residing at Bait Lockpoit, and James Oatos have eloped. Sped'lmg told her parents she wai going to Linsmff Mich, to visit Oates met her at tho depot and they took a train together He told his friends that they would be married at Lansing He Took Polxon in ChampiKbe. NEW YOBK, Jan 4 Joseph Fried, a aged 45, committed suicide taking poison in a glass of champagne '-if Morton bouse Worry over nnguoct fnl bnainess transaction led to the deed, Fried held a revolver in his hand ready to shoot himnAlt had the poison failed. A Newspaper In Trouble. BBNnii.GTO'j, Vt, Jan 4. Hon. Orion sf Barber, state attorney tor tbia county, has sued J H Livingston, editor of The Re foiuier, for damages for alleged llbe ous articles reflecting upon Barber's offlcuu Thetbenff has sttachsd nnd olcti J Mr Livingston's office Between Ohlnue and LONDON, Jan. 4. received froiu Bhnngliai ai o tint an oipjdftlonary force of tue Chinese fought thu near For- mosa, and 109 of the Ch'nesc and 400 of the Foi inatans wore killed The Spanish Ministry MAnitID, Jan 4 ministry have dered their icsignntions, nnd Premier Sa- gasut is endeavoring to construct a new cabinet that will liiumonm> the dlffereut oups of the Liberal party A Ilattle Itetwecn Turin and Oretnns. ArtiKNs, Jan. 4 has lieen skir- mish between Turks and Cretans, in which ninny wero killed and wouiyled Sixteen wounded Turks wero brought to Canes. A S( rimm fiom tlio Nnv Onii v Jnn 4 -Colvm 11 m, Imng I nl 1! in n, J T for mm dm f f V fl r 1 i o i O t rtt foil-Is 11 il n I 11 on fli (nlloi nd noul Peculiar )n eornBtoatlon, proportion, ptcpattalon of Ingredients, Hood's rllla possesses the curative value of the best known rome- 1 1 f of the vegetable I IOOU "kingdom. Peculiar In Its ntrength and econdrur, Hood's Birsaparllls Is the only medicine of whleh truly ho said, One Hundred Doses One lar Peculiar In Its medicinal merits, Hood's Sargaparllla accomplishes cures hitherto on- 1 ni( II tnnc bad ml He int, company, mil (In In In of Im BUI il nil young men to shun and thus avoid his fate tfie title ot "The blood puller ever discovered Peculiar In Its "good at there Is more of Hood's sold In Lowell than of all other blood pnrfners. Peculiar In Its phenomenal no other I CC-ll 1 1 Ol preparation ever attained so rapidly nor held so Steadfastly the confidence of all clasMS of people. Peculiar in the tirnln work which it represents, Hood's S-irmpirlHa com- bines all tlm knowledge wliloh model u research ln uclonrn )m I O I ddvcloped, with mmy years nraotlcil fspciionce In prcpirlnu medicine" Ho stun tn pot only Hood's Presents in (lie mint form THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICE FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to the human system, fbiimng an agreeable and effective laxative to peima- nently cure Habitual Consti- pation, and the mauv ills de- pending on a weak or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER UNO BOWELS. It is ti most excellent remedy know ta CLEANSE THE SYSTEM ErtKTUALLY When OD6 is Dihoufl or Constipated PURE BLOOD, MEFRNHINO SLIIP, HRALTH and 8TMNOTH NATURAl' Y FOLLOW Every one is using it and all delighted with it ASK YOUR DRUOOIST FOR it -a.- MANUFAulURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FttldiCISCO, Ptl. KY new mm f. HOLIDAY FRESENIS Seal-Skin Caps. Seal Turbans. QOlfl AMD C J -A II 1_ 15 'Viet Stats Advorlisc YOUR "WANTS" Id TKEN'rON T1MM9. We being in the Funcj Goods Um- trade, one of the oldest In Tr ton, believe we know jut the Terr thing the people like to make othsrj Holi- day Proiont in our line of and hereby mention a few of our hiding Oar stock of fine UmbrellM, with silver and gold or Wu- natural handles, at Bach ear- prlsingly low prices u to be sure of appre- ciation Our Fancy Goods are too numerous to mention in ever; particular, bnt we oall attention to oar newly-laid In awodment of Gents' Bilk Mufflers and Silk Handkerchiefs Gents' 811k Mufflers, largest siiw, from up to 13 SO Ladies' All Styles of Handker- chiefs, from 4c npwsrds Fine Pillow Shams, Lace and other Tidies, Bureau COY- erf and An, Ac, Cblldron's and Infants' fall, Complete Supplies Also, the very best made Hosiery, Gloves and Pint Underwear for everybody. Our DOLT A! DOLT.fl i DOU.H' are the veijr boat. Handsomest assortment in the whole State, and ill onr goods at to defy any competition, in onr win- dows. i .1: Opposite City HM1. PEERLESS DTE8 M. OOlled. "'VT-Dn Ing KIC fflBKtA N. J. MiTmhM.lu.oi of ry AwlpUon of Mule Up, Low NM THK 1'KKNTON TTMKS JOB PRINIiNGr Wewjii pty' Urer glok Llrer Fills, r cwmplled with- eS'. For tie all Si Wti aqd jiff y'bt rsna f c-lt __ _ Nnt Oli .WrJpt of stfvtt ud H-mllton Of VOO f fllMK ._ find that fiere U something wrtrtjg wilb and a will bo a great help to yon Wfiiwelqimitiblo rproniniBUded by tho Ixmt nlds to Solid Gold loi ta.cnt wua! price StcalSmftn-ha iMiai price l.oo AriHlotnlPvi's Inserted usual 10.0O BOH I1M ft HUlh (tl i.im.m'lviol ninlD OPTICIANS. I PHILADELPHIA and VVnfpJt 9t> i 100 Oni Dollar i prif or A supplement to the ordinance entitled "An ordinanceoonoartilng theteuoralmunlol affairs of the City of f i-t-j October 18ih, 1008. Ifie of the City of Trenton do ordain That section number two hundred and entyMiven of the ordinance entitled "An ordinance the general mnnldrM of the OiVy of ber 16th, 1889, be amended by striking out the woi-d "two" and substituting in li.u thereof the In limiting i iae, for work done on the itieeta. FaiMd Common Council Deo, 8th, 1888. P. 0. OV-BBTON, Attest JHO 0 OWIKI, City Clerk. AppioTed 13th, IKS. A. A. t. 1 STKWAKT IIAMMONI> COT 11 TOUNG T.ADIKX OKllI.TMira for f ia OOuMLNQ ROOM. A KM KOOCATOKS, OF CAPAnT.k, NO Modern Mttbodi, Sou NO NONSErtSB ia Ito iful Twhlug, ladlridoal 01 The Shorthand TCty hurt AuHHtiM for in RAPID AND UKJViruL PSOORntS GUARAKTRED. AfUruooa ic In Shorthand. J.HIKM BnOrlNS MONuAr, 3d. For Ott'logiie, THOMAS J. HTtWAhT, Box Mi, N. J. 4 -J to and 1O Sooth Bttaet.' DONE IN A FIRST-CLASS MANNER, AND AT SHOUT NOTICE AND FAIR PRICES, AT THE X Trenton Times 1 Minting i )cpartmcnt WASHINGTON MARKET BUILDING, Coiuer of Front and South "road Streets. WK WANT YOUR HQu84S Wonderful Bat are nnable to ihow MAKI M A Child'tf Nice Panto 85c. Men's All-wool Pants Child's Jfine Suit An Elegant Ovefcoat 47.50 A very heavy Storm Coat A fireteliaa Bnit Scjirietrad Natural Wool 26c. The finest Shirt 50c, Scotch Wool Undrtwear, One of the hest Jersey Coato The niost fashionable 25, 50 and 75e. Pante to Order. i ,e 10   

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