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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               wy........p V1IT, NO. TltKNTON, TUESDAY AKTKJKNOON, JANUARY 7, 1890. TWO CKNTT8 V IN SENA IE AND HOUSt. Mormons Object to Idaho's Proposed Constitution. INDIANA'S ELFCTION FRAUDS. The Allege.! lolatluna of Law to be In- liyuum's Resolution in the Silk and Sugar Inter- ests at the Tariff Uearlnes WASHINGTON, Jan. 7 senate com- mittee on tei i itories held a meeting tor the purpose of taking final action on thn bill for tbe admission of the territories of Idaho and W youimg into the Union The com- mittee had anticipated making a favorable report on these bills at once but President Bishop Budge, the head ol the Mormon chui ch m Idaho, appeared before the com- mittee in the morning nnd asked that he be given a heai mg in opposition to the Tdaho constitution, which has a stringent anti- Mormon clause Accordingly the com mittoo postponed final action of the bills until Monday next, when Bishop Budge will appear by counsel present an argu- ment ja Idaho bill Mormon Objections to Idaho's Bill. In speaking bishop's objections Del- egate Dubois, of Idaho said "The position taken by Bishop Budge only strengthens us It answers very effectually the objection to the admission of Idaho, which boon put forward by The Hew York Tribnna and others that the constitution was not utiong enough to crush out Moruionimii Bishop Budge is a confessed, four ply polygamist, nnd has long boon under indictment. His action will only delay the report of the bill for a week, I think Divided on Party Unas. The house committee on territories has not yet taken op the Idaho Wyoming bills, but Mr Dubois thinks the committee will be divided on party lines when the re- port is finally mad.it Tn the Senate. WASHINGTON, Jan the meas- ures reported favorably to tho senate from the committee were the following; Granting land to the state of Colorado for tbe support of a school of mines, and granting the city of Colorado Springs, Colo land for water reservoirs. The bill increasing pay of ai uiy chaplains to a year was adverse ly reported A Boom for St. Lonls. Among the petitions presented were two from Kansas and respectively, the flj si urging the selection of Chirago and the second the selection of St Louis as a site for the World's fair of 1892 Mr Platt pre- sented a copy of the constitution adopted at Boise City for tbe proposed state of Idaho, and it was referred to the committee on territories. Mr Plumb offered a resolution (which was agreed to) directing the man- agers of national soldiers' homes to report on the advisability of establishing a hospital at Hot Springs, Ark., for disabled Union soldiers Mr Plumb offered a resolution (which went over) setting forth the fact that advertisements had bcon Issued for bids for the seal privileges in Alaska, and that under existing conditions no company had the bidding with the Alas company, and calling upon the secretory of the treasury to proceed no further nntil congress shall have taken further action, and in the meantime to make a full report to confess as' to the manner in which the Alaska company has discharged its duties. A to Germany. Mr Call offered a long resolution setting forth the fact that the bonded debt of the Tfllnnd of Cuba was halo by German-bank ers, that they controlled the financial and political policy of the island, that as neither fnhft nnr would be able to repay thla money an alliance between the Qei inan em, pire and Spam would be the result, de- claring that m the sense ot the senate any. dune in the Island of Cubp tending to transfer the financial and polifanal control of the island to any European pontn fa eou- traiy to the best interests _of the TTnA States and must be discountenanced Mr. Sheiiiian objected to trio immediate connid- eration of the resolution, and it went to tbe conwnlttoo on foi nlgu An Important Pension Bill Famed The bill increasing the pay of census super- visors from SSOO'to was panned Mr Stewart incidentally introduced a discussion of the silver question The bill increasing the pension of soldiers and sailors totally helplofm to a month was passed, The Brarlllan Question Again, Senator Morgan today addrnmcd the senate again on his resolution in. relation to the recognition of the republic of Braiil Senator Butler will address the senate the latter part of thliror the flmt part of week on the race question. Be will be followed by Senator Ingalli ou the subject The world's Fair Hearings. The senate committee on the qnartri-cen- tennlal, of which Senator Tflscock ta chair- man, will begin its hearing ou rifelma of Washington, New Tori, St. Lo-.ta Chicago to the World's fair 1893, on morning. No rule run boon adopted as to its hearings, bat a tlma llmli will probably be put on all speeches, oach of the cities represented will be a certain length of time in which to prai its claims. Each of the cities IB hopeful and there is wide difference of opinion as to the outcome of the fight. In the House. WASHINGTON, bouse commit, too on territories made B favorable Ou the PerWna bill for trm settlement of tow aite controversies in Oklahoma, Tne chap- lain invoked divjne protection for Mr i ley, of Pennsylvania, -who ia oorlonely ill On motion of Mr Carlisle (Ky.) IBe speaker waaanthuiLunl to administer the oath o office to Mr., Randall at hlo homo. Mo. Wilbur (N. Y.) and Whitthorne (Tmn were authorized to take the oath ot office be- fore proper officers. The announced the following Regents of Smithsonian Institution, Repi'eututatlvea Butterworth, Lodge and Whonler Indiana's Election Mr B.vniim introduced a rcoolutiou pro- viding for the appointment of asperfaJ cotv rmttee to investigate the charges Smiley N United nl tome v Indiana, and his predecessors in office, respecting their actions and conduct In connection v, ith certain prosecutions for the vioHtion tf tlio Federal election lawa in Indiana in 1SHH im WAsnihfiTnv m Tin nnd __ means commit I p i f Mil men, F W i i, Conn., president it i on c America, fnvorod ii fi, Beimto tnniTbill, ln of rint on ill AI son of tlif rpi vo m looked upon as a common cutthroat My act was purer than either of theirs. One hoped to be great himself, the other had not only his country's, but hts own wiongs to avenge I hoped for no gam I knew no nuvate wrong I struck for mycountiy, and that alono a country gionnd beneath ihis prayed for this end And yet, now behold the cold hand they extend 10 me "God cannot pardon me if I have done wrong Yet I cannot see any wtong, except in sei ving a degenerate people The little, the very little, 1 left behind to clear my name the government will not allow to be muted. So ends all For my country 1 have given up all that makes life sweet and loly, brought misery upon my family, and am sure thei e is no pardon in the heavens lor me since man condemns me so His Forgiveness Asked. "I have only heard what has boon done except what I did and it fills me ur OuJ liy and forgive me, and 3less my mother Tonight I will once more ;ry the river with the intention to cross, though I have a greater desire and almost a mind TO return to Washington and in a measure clear my name, which I feel I can do I do not repent the blow I struck, may before my God, out not to man think I have done well, though I am aban- doned, with the curse of Cain upon me, when, if Hie world knew my heart, that one Mow would JTave made" me gieat, though 1 did desire no gi eatness Harold Often Prayed. "To-night I try to escape these blood- tiounds once more Who can read his fate1 God's will be done I have too great a soul to die like a criminal JDht may mn He, spare me thnt and let me die bravely I bless the entire world. I have never hotec or wjonged any one This last was not a God deems it so, and it is with Him to damn or bless me And for brave boy Warold with me, who often- prays (yes, before and since) with a true ind sincere heart was it crime in him? I) so, why can he pray the same! I do nol wish to shed a drop of blood, but 1 mual fight the course 'Tis all that's left me These are the last words in the Hiniy, anc probably the last he ever wrote, as he was shot very shortly afterward. "V A Big Furniture Failure. CHICAGO. Jan 7 A Helmer bcon appointed receiver for the firm of R. Deimel Bros., extensive manufacturers o: parlor f multure. The receiver was ap- pointed on a bill filed by Simon Dei who has charge of the New York branch and claims that the business here has no been properly managed. The total Hablli ties probably exceeds while the as- sets at the most liberal estimate cannot 01 coed 000, and may not reach The heaviest claims are held almost by Philadelphia and New York firms SiiperintciuK.iH I'arlcy Renlgni. HAlui-onu, Jau 7 .Superintendent G M Farley, of the western division of the Nevr York and New England road, has resigned and will i c enter the employ of the Pennsyl- vania road, to take charge of the construc- tion of a great iron bridge near Pittsburg Ur Farley succeeded Charles H Platt superintendent. Ourc If you hsve made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparllla do not be Induced to take other. A Boston lady, whose example is yorthy imitation, tells her experience below. In one store where I went to buy Hood's Sarsaparllla the clerk tried to Induce me buy thelroitii Instead of Hood's; he told me t heir's would lait longer; that I might take It on ten lo Get days' trial; that If I did not like it I need not pay anything, etc. But be could; not prevail on me to change. I told hlrn I bad taken Hood's Barsaparilla, knew what It was, was satisfied with It, and did not want any other, wnen 1 began taking Hood's Sarsaparilia I was feeling real miserable with dyspepsia, and so weak that at times I could hardly llood'a Stand. I looked like a person in consnmp. tlon. Hood's Sarsaparllla did mo so much good that I wonder at myselj sometimes, and my friends frequently spoik of It" Mna. Km A. GOFF, M Tcrraco Street, Boston. Garsaparilla .-lmi Trrj. -rtonVr by C I MOOD CO Apothorarlol, townll, Man. IOO Doses One Dollar Presents in the most elegant form THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE OF FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to the human system, forming an agreeable and effective laxative to peuua- nently cure Habitual Consti- pation and the many ills de- pending on a weak or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is upmost excellent remedy known to CLEMSE THE SYSTEM El-tKTUALLY W hen otfe is Bilious or Constipated THAT PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING 8LIEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW Every one is using it and all are delighted with it ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. rr WRf N Y, HOLIDAY H. OOUNSKTOK-AT-T.AW, 143 Strset, Trenton, N. J. I FISCHEK, Has removed to 216 KA9T STATE 8TRKET, neit door to Library Ball H. OOUN8PTOB-AT-T.A. W, FOBjrt BciLDisa, oorner State and Warren Street! KHWABH H. MUKPHI, -nd Tiurt Oo I A 38 Wjrt state street, TnoiMp, H. J, rllHlt ATHAMHKA, 95 NORTH WARRKN UFDEGROVM I.Ujl-lS, Pwjprloto.a. I he old OB BOARnMA.N is not I He is the only Doctor of that name that ever in Trenton. OirvicB 10 wiwr FBOHI IAqnlKQ A OUOOK, J m MIXKI1 PAINrS (ATT and OenUe SUeete. JJ. J. SOHABKK, Boot and Shoe We being in the Fancy Goods and Tjm- irella trade, one of the oldest firms in Tren- ton, believe we know just the very thing hat the people like to make others a Holi- day Present in our line of business, and lereby mention a few of onr loading items, namely Our gmnd stock of custom made Lne Umbrellas, with silver and gold or beau- tifully-carved natural handles, at such sur- >risingly low prices as to be sure of appre- ciation Our Fancy Qoods are too numerous to mention in every particular, but we call attention to onr newly-laid in assortment of Gents' Silk Mufflers and Silk Handkerchiefs dents' Silk Mufflers, largest (ize, from 60c up to 50 T (dies' All Styles of Handker- chiefs, from 4c upwards Fine T.ace Pillow Shams, and other Tirlies, Bureau Cov- ers and Snarl's, 4c, Children's Gaps and Infants' Full, Complete Snpplies Also, the very best made Hosiery, Gloves and Fine Underwear for everybody Our DOTT-S! DOLTS' DOLLS I are the )ij best. Handsomest assortment in the whole State, and all our goods at prices to defy any competition Look in our win- dows. A I I Opposite City Hall. DIES M, and QnHflren'l Hair and Bangff cat and curled. and Shampooing 210 N, QRKKKUI 8IB.KKf TRENTON, N, J, aiiiiftflLurar of ry description of H.ir. Made Up. Low i i Nj i i Csj C OF A" KiUDS AT THK TRKNTON TTMKg JOB PRINTING KKWAKI3 We will pay the above reward for any CMC Liver GM'ip'ttnt, Sick Hoananhe, In- .diiffvl'rai Oonitlpaunu Or CoGtiveSAft we cannot cum with Wat's vegetable Liver when the nt.wiiinnj are itrlctly compiled They are purely and never foil to irlve H.rao- Bon Sugar Coated, boxes, confining so Pil't,   oenta. For die by all Be- ware of eon'iterfelta and fmltatlonn, Pno trill Ete by mail, preMld, on reoelpt of a ,i-mp. fold by M iIDD, DEDQflUfV. 9M Brind ilicst and Hamilton avenue of Clinton, Treiitxn, M. J, m mmz EYES VOU TH1HK YOUR. EYES ARK OOOD! -If 'IIVO l6uwll' pinnftfiiy -If flnd that there li sornethlng wrong with them, and that will be H great help to you use Inimitable "UHHAHTA" lenses which are made only und roconimonded by lead laivfthi) nlds to dpfectivo Tiflion Solid Oolil -pr'n IA Si 00) muol price tS.HO BtoclSMrtvu nmal price 1.00 ArtlflcfnirKiiiscrtcJ 4.00j iwual price 1O.OO BROJISO s. Ninth OPTIC'ANS. I PHILADELPHIA: Chsstnut end Walryit StiStU. A snpplement to the ordinance entitled "An ordinance concerning the genoial mnnici- pal of the Oity of October 16th, 1888. Tne Inbahifenta of the City of Trenton do ordain fhat occtlon number two hnndrod and enly-sevett of the ordinance entitled "Ai ordinance concerning the general affairs of the of panod Ooto her 10th, 1888, be amended by striking out the word "two" and subetltutW in liea thereof the word in limiting the ap- propriation for the use of the Street Commit teo, for work done on the atreete Passed Common Council Deo 8th, 1889. F. C. OVKHlTOf, Attest Prudent, JNO C OWJIHS, City Clerk. Approved Deo. 18th, 1889. A. A. HKIKM, Mayor. [AdT-f 146 UUBiOM WORK A g of All Kinai done In the Manner 188 Broad Stroot, SRATiTJATE OPUUIAN, Corner State war.en iax (DA M. (F oral and Rtohey BI iKKNiON N J me Bye a Specialty. 3f Parlor and Bedroom Furniture, Carueta, Oil Cloths and Window Shades to oloae the bnnlncan at 128 South Broad street Also all money owing to the late flrui of Bowker Seaman, for good" sold on Installments, payable to the undesigned at 128 South Broad utreei H. B WI1H1NOTON, Assignee W ASmNQTON MABKH'l ASSOCIATION. The Eighteenth Annual Meeting of this AHO- clatlon for the election ot Directors, etc, will ba held at tbe Association office, Market Building on WHTiNESDAY, JANUARY IfiTH, 1890 Pnlli ill be open at 8 o clock and keep open one hour By order of the Board of Directors ff C. OWENS, Beo'y. NOllCIS OF EtHOTION.-The annual meetlDe of the stockholder! of the PEO- P1F8 EL80TRIO LIGHT COMPANY, for the election of Directors for the ensuing year i he tranMctlon of such other u iL come properly before It, will be held at tbe offleo of the company, No 19 Chauiicey itreet, In tike c ty of Trenton, New Jersey, on MONDAN, JAN UARY Wia, 1890, at the hour of 1 o'clock f U ?olls-to remain open one hour ALEX 0. YARD, Secretary. Oity Railway Ccmipany, of Tren- N. J. The fourteenth annual meeting of this com- pany, for election of Directors,  T the Bnrrogate of he county of Mercer, upon the application of the luhmrlber, tnmtni.tntor of Horace T Weaver, late of the connty of cer, deceased, directing the creditor! of I' decedent to bring in umfr debti, u claims againit the eatfte of mid decedent, oath or affliiuatton, to the wttUn nine month" from the flits of old order, or   againut the admlnlilrmtor OHARI KH H. R1ADINO, Prenohtoiru, N.} 01 xOiHafrio, rnnlloar lo reply wlnqnlrl It ao of baabuc iboQI Terj lodorted jMiiiai got Idled olreaUn drlnf ftll twrtlenlan by wrltlal BalU. X TT Our orders from Headqnurters an to iflni np the bniln--- in Trenton. Todo offer oar entire stock of HKM'8 BOYS' Ihe goods mutt be told, no matter th worifloe may be. CI And -Skin Caps. Seal Turbans. GOI.n AND 8 c i A 1x4 i !ij. IIAl 16 State Stroot. Wli WANT YOUR TRADIv. Wonderful But an nnable to show Wl MAKI NO "UHI i- >q- A Child's Nice Pants 35c. Men's All-wool Pants Child's Fine Suit An Elegant Overcoat A very heavy Storm Coat A first-class Suit Scarlet and Natural Wool Hose 25c. The finest "White Shirt 50c. Scotch Wool Underwear 75c. One of the best Jersey Coats The most Fashionable Neckwear 25, 50 and 75c. Panta made to Order I it 1 Jn! 5 Clothiers, xailorB and e J I Oranvillo n. i lain CD Co. LINFN nFMONSlllAilON FXlllAOimiNAIIY REPRESENTING Oil' AM Ol ill Table Damask, Towels, NAPKINS AN" I OWH ING ANI) Heavy Mark-Downs which are Actual and Precisely as Represented AT -lil'! 11A IN Hlfcj OO.' There be no question about the quality of our Linens. They are of the very highest grade, aud will bear comparison with any where Wiown, and for priccu, we believe those now made by to be the lowest ever quoted for goods of the some quality. We offer Cream Table Damask, extra quality, at 50c. Marked down from 660. Table Damiwk at 35c. Marked down from 50C. Table Damnak at 59c. Marked down front 70c. Crepni Table at Marked down from 760. Cream Table Damssk at 76c. Marked down from 86c. Bleached Damank at 60e. Marked down from 70c. 6-8 Napkins, excellent weight and at 11.60. Marked down from At Marked down from At 85c. Marked down from 16-Inch All-Linen Qliws Toweling at 9 cents per yard. 16-Iuch Bleached Twill Toweling at Uo. per yard. 18-Inch German Toweling at lOc. per yard. Fringed Bed Border Cloth, 2 and 2} yards, at Marked down from 11.76. At marked down from All-Linen Huok Towels, ISiSB, at 100. Towels, with Knotted at 12k. Marked down from 16c. 20x40 at 20c., murkd down from at marked down from 46o. Fancy Weave Towels, 27x46, at Sic. Marked down fro-" oOc. At 60., down from 76u. Bird-Bye Towels, with open Knitted Frinjp, at SOo., -vvked Fine Damask Towels, with open Knotted Fringe, 60e Marked dovn from 86c. Gvanvillc 15, llaincs Co., Succawars to Cooper Conarrt, "NINTH S' f Jleodera of paper who iwf at ihit particular time mil be sf n at tlnimfih M TI i ii jvtt faithfully an in the Store and ittit lit ifmt Ole 
                            

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