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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VIH. NO. SATUKUAY AKTKKNOON, JAXIMKY II, 1890. TWO Y PLEADING FOR I HE FAIR. Washington and New York Be- fore the Coiun-ittee. THE FUNEKAL OF JUDGE KELLET. BtKolntlons of Beipect In the BOOM in Honor of tho Dead A Cancui of members of the WARBINOTON, 11. The champions of the second competition for the honor of be- ing selected as tha site for the Kieat fair oi 1893 were today hoard by the qnatri-cen- tennial committoo of the senate. The claim; of national committee to consideration were presented with all the convincing pow- er of flei j eloquence nnd dispamionnte logic, but at a late hour tile impression is yet cur- rent that the other are nllll "in W speakers in advocacy of Washington's claimn were Alexander D Anderson, secre- turf of the board of Myrou M Parker, representing the tcTpay ers of thp Maj J W. Powell, di- rector of the geological survey, who talked in favor of a permanent exposition at the capital, and Gea FeliT Aguus, Of The Balti- more American Be Represented the Union. Mr Anderson modestly stated that he rep- resented on the forty-one nnd j itories whooe govetaore "nd other officials were members of the tmard of pro- motiuu. statement was fol- lowed by an enumeration of the interna- and nadijpal ansoi-lations which have indorsed Washington an only city in which it won'd be proper to hold a celebra- ttuu of Colnmhus's great diacovefy. The bllUintrodaced by the board of promotion then tho one by Senator appropriating ont of the treasury, and thn other by Senator Gor- man, authorising District of Columbia to issue in bonds. Mr. Anderson pnid special attention to Senator Fanlkner's beeanoe, he naid, there was no question about the propriety and advisability of the cele- bration being thoroughly national In Its character and magnitude. me Other Cities Mentioned. v Between the other competing citico, he there were rivalries and Washington bad no manufact- no commerce, and the cities and all nations could meet here on common ground free from Joeal dinturnances or complications. The Capital was in itmlf an wlIKJsiUon of no impofLonce. What- ever buddings erected wonM be nnodedf for guvernment piu-ponng for all time The question was, Shall the exposition come to tho government or the guvelumept go to the eipnsitiou! Thecily'j capacity forfood- ing sheltering a multitude of victors wn8 then touched upon, and the statement wna made that when thnre were Knight Templar here during the conclave anjUiO.OOO visitors, there were nsverthelow fully rounj. for On the of the Tnmpiar bureau of information. NSV Xork world's fair delegation from New York haa ai rived, and conmats of Mayor Hugh J. Grant, ex-Congfrmman Buurke Cockran, pT-8ecretary of the Navy William C. Whitney, ox-United Miller, Daniel Buttn.-flold, C. P. Huntmgton, John K Inman, p. B. Thur- ber, Gen F. C Stein- way, Capt Ambrose Snow, E. D Adama, J. Simmons, Charles R. Flint, Cor- nelUtt N, Blim, Timothy J. Campbell, Goorge G Haven, Park Commia. dfoner Waldo Hutchinn, CoL Elllntt F. Shepard, Hemy C. Miner, It M-j.iBeld, K. L Honuiian, E. A Walton, Danlol M Somsrt, Moody, Beth C JT.jyw, Jamee w. Tappan, Franklin L. Gunther, Joooph T.lebmann, David M Morfison, Charles H Webb, Frederick A Knrshncdt, George 8. John D. Cnmmlna Slrai.., Goorge N Williams, Root, Cha...rcey M Depew, Cornelius derbilt, T. C. Platt, ei- Edward Cooper ex-Mayor W. B, Grace. Depew Will Spest Tho in fur tortay, nnd among the speakers will be Chaimcey M Depew and Warner Miller Judge KelUy'i Obscqnleg. WAHIIINOTOS, Jan 11. fm.oral Of the late Judge KB! ley morning ly attended. The committoo of arrange- mnntB, the Pennsylvania delegatiuu, the sen- ate committee and members of thn family at the Rlggs at 11 o'clock and proceeded thence to the capitol with the body, which was conveyed to tha floor of the honos. After the honoe had been C-Had to older the fnneral services began Kev. Dr. Cnthbert, the acting obaplain of the honan, conducted the surviors, by Rev. Dr. Butler, the Donate chaplain. The sei vices were simple, at their oon- body was oonvoyod to the Balti- more and Potomac depot, where the flrsl trnin for Philadelphia was taken by the family and the Pennsylvania delegation. Resolutions of Respect The members of the Pennaylvania'delego- tion in the house met yesterday afternnon to take action on the death of Judge tfnlley. Mr O'Neill presided and Mr. acted secretary Mr Dalzoll offered thn following resolution Resolved, That tho state of Pennsylvania lost by the death of our dlstlngxialjed coUdagtm, Hen William D Ktlley, a representative in the full SCnw of thnf An over twentj nine yenra unbroken In continuity, v, 1th unremitting fmthfnli of duty, haa the naino of our dec I colleajrue known from oneenilofthi i nil o other, and we feel that the of t I States are sorrowing with in upon t fusion Rcsohctl, i fimony of our esteem to the uit m n} i of tho houso the mem of HI I n, doleratlon attend bis Resolvcl tranmnKt If A WASHTI ocratic n j u last mglit chairmnn I f th n rr Intlons be r coj or the lns WBS atiutatu f" t t >n i theconfr r II u-i i i n i nl k t i unlyolK ii t f i had ami i i nont I T I i bo 1 ims nil l< I II It I. 4 I i-v t in la o f n .1 ti i i., The bldn I (th..r. vnr t Ir n v i ki iderswer 1 Co ami 1 1 1 r II' 1" ,i, BrflniMM i 11 j i I IAUU.I ant Govern i r! I in li ft Flinthainlon yestm 1m i where was to KnHure to-night He ill Uu b-'n nnd w" to. A THE READING RAILROAD ROW. John Files Hli An.wer to Bill In Equity. Pan AIIELFHIA, Jan 11 threatened litigation to secure an injunction preventmi the voting trustees of the Reading Railroat company from-ro electing President Corbln is the absorbing topic on the "street" The entire control of the Reading stock for three years is vested in the trustees, whi are J Pierpont Morgan, J Lowber Weleh Austin Corbin and 'John Wanamaker AT attempt v, as made somo time ago to dissolv the voting tiust and the were ap- pealed to The writ is still pending The petition was signed by a number of securit] holders, who claim that a dissolution of the voting u ustccship would be m the interes of all concerned No charges against Mr Corbin were made when the petition w filed. On the contrary, it was regarded as friendly John WnnamaVer, as a member of t board of voting trusties, through his attois oey, filed yesterday afternoon his answer to the bill in equity filed in common pleas No 8 by William H Shelmenlme and Spencer Erwin against the voting trustees and the Reading Railroad and Coal and Iron com- panim The answer reads as follows- "John Waimirmker, one of the above named defendants, answering, says that he Is one of the voting trustees as alleged in plaintiffs bill, that he does not wish to join in any course which may tend to impugu the motives of the plaintiff or delay the con- nlderation of the questions raised by the bill that the next election for officers of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad com- pany for the ensuing year will take place on th. ISth of Jamiary, 1890, and inasmuch as the plaintiff's bill has raised the question ol the validity of the powers of the voting trustees, he respectfully asks for mstruo Mona that he may act intelligently in the prHinincs, and in accordance with the judg- ment of your honorable court upon the questions at ireue The suit was brought to have the voting trust declared null and void, and the com- pany put in a pita that the snit was not brought in good faith. This was overruled by the court, and tho defendants were di- rected to answer Mr Wanamaker is the first to respond to that order Hill Waited for the Mghtem In Vain. AT BANY, Jan 11 Hill sat at his desk at 3 o clock waiting to see a quartel of prize fighters It was the hour setter the hearing upon the asked for extradition o! Mike Cleaiy, William Muldoon, Jim Wakely and Charley Johnson, charged with pai tici pating in the Sullivan Kilram fight in Mis sissippi Thoy are wanted by Governor and Governor Hill was to determine whether he could have them Nobody ap- peared, however, and no word was received from either Inspector Byrnes or the men's counsel. in the diy the governor was uifoi uied that the men had boon released upon bail and could not be secured by In- spector Byrnes. The men's counsel, Mr Mitchell, had telegraphed to Governor Hill adaypijfor asking for a postponemenfFof the hearing, but the governor had not granted it Nothing now be done-until Jan 18, the day set -for the men's e tions In New York A 1 rightful Boiler Explosion. CHICAGO, Jnn A terrific boiler explo- sion occurred in the basement of the John Morris Stationery and Printing Nos. 118 nnd 1.20 Monroe street, causing but no loss of life The entire front of the bjildmg was blown into the street, greatpiecesof heavy plate glaas being strewu for half a aronnoX So great the force of tho that piecesof glass were stuck into the woodwork of across the street A part of three floors in the rear of the Morris building were torn up and splintered as though by a cyclone The cause of the explosion is not definitely knowu Thn following is the liatof the seri- ously injured: Charles Wilson, MfwHarroll, W J. Hartman, Herman Swanson andj' H Smith George Bui a teamster, was blown across the street into an open door- way, receiving bad wounds in the head. at i'nnxsatuwutty. ORn, Pa, Jap Era special from Pnnssutawney, Pa., says the evictions liave began Several families were ejected at Adrian, and one Italian family e.t Wai ston. evicted_took ladginB their Irienna, and tnmf household ffects were taken charge of by the miners' xinimittee. No resistance was attempted but it is expected that the Italians will yet and cause trouble. The company give Ihe men the option of going to wwk at the old rates or be evicted. The men seem to prefer the latter The miners1 committee ire making preparations to accommodate the homeli-" women and children. Fishermen Pay Well for Sport. QUEBEC, Jan sale of leases for certain salmon "rivers and speckled trout streams and lakes in Canada took pla'-e at tha department of crown landa These Imsm are for ten years, ending with the close of the pi uaent century, brought in the ag- Of the salmon, rivers Bona- vouluro brought and Romalne f 000. Several rivers and lafees have boon dis- of previously at private sale, chiefly to oiuier jhwooe, so that the total revenue to the provincial sportsmen, most of whom are amuimts to much more than Crabbed 91OO and Fled. DE PKRB, Win, Jan H. cily Treasurer Sdward Van de Weile was Thursday night ,he victim of a to the amount of UOO On way home be entered a sv oon on the principal street, and passed out through the back door While n tho.alley be thought to remove bis pocket- wok to an inner vest pocket for greater Tafety In the act of doing so he received a violent blow in the breast, the pocketbook was snatched from his hand, and the robber an rapidly down an Ahek street Inof ectnal search was made for the thief. Knocked Ont by Gen. Dnnne. Ki i YORK Jan 11 of li m romo court has. decided that 0 Dunno, a retired officer of the army, is eligible to hold the nquerlurt commissioner This is mm of instituted by v men to oust Hen Duane from the if tlio commission on Ml -t thn law creating thecom- m ili that no federal officer shall 1 I i of it Tho conrt holds that thn "l 1 i i ot hold a federal office withinji m inni 'of fho law f ft Unnl Ribbons omit 1 ho n. public woh omo itoiK of tho now nn fiio rito of tho o fnfl ClmrlfHton. 1 'i 11 nml rorrived !l 1 flio corner linl which 11 built IS I HE YOUNG KING OF AD? Purope Believes Little Alfonso Has Passed Away. THE NEWS IS SCPPBFSSED It la All on Account of the Vniettled That Is Decided the Will Be Announced The Opinion of the Spanish Embaflsy.m LotujOK Jftn 11 In spite of the circnm stentially detailed dispatches describing the of Spain whw-h are being almost hourly sent out from Madrid, the belief is verj strong In London the infant is dead It Is  y Saturday night nearly all the in towu will have joined the lockout The nnfou has wilt OUt waillingg to nhoemfikers I'll over New England to keep away from HaverMll New Mexico Must wait. WABHINOTON, Jan. 11. An earnest effort tag been made recently by the friends of lew Mexico to persuade the com- mittees of the house and senate to agiee to report an "omnibus" bill admitting the ter- of Tdaho, WyomingandJfew Mexico o statehood Senator Platt, the chairman if the senate committee, however, haa ad- vised against an omnibus bill, and his com- milteo will on Monday repoi t two individual 'ills for the admission of Wyoming and daho ronln Move for n Now Trial. CHICAGO, 11 Donohue, one f the counsel for tho Croniii pi toilers, has led with D puty Cloi k Hi ni y btophenfl, of he criirnnnl court, the motion for a now rial for Coughlin, Burko, O'Bulhvan nnd Forty three grounds are given to ustnm the motion, argument on which will Wore Judge McConnell next Monday lormnf It t 7 i 1 i> f "r t orro I 11 Hoi ort Hay r ou If nco for ttii Um "ought 1 i l ilin Rpent NEWS IN BRIEF. Tips from the Cm chilly lulled. Charles Zeelye, of Fort Plain, N Y sistaut sujMMiutendent of public works for the Lasttin division of New York state, and Jouti bUbbliis, who holds a snulliu iiosltlon on the middle division, have d 1 he 1 hiludtlphia League club sigmd Outtl Idfi Uumllton foi three yiars Ackerman, Bicker Manvel jinelers, of No o Maiden lane. New York, mud an Inabilities, Wi.OOO Di Johann Joseph Iguatz Coillmgei, th( eminent Oei man divine and leadei of the "Old Cntholic" movement died Jan 10, aged 91 yuais It is stated that after tho cmr retui from his visit to Berlin, where he woie Ueruiau uniforms, bis physicianx discovered in the condition of his person symptoms of cutaneous poisoning The shah of Persia has conferred upm Emm Pasha tho order of the Sun nnd Lion, that monarch t gift Sixteen men perished in the Louisville eaiBson disaster Only three bodies have btou recovered The death rate in New York, Jan 10, ile from JOT to 203, but there wns an Intreiw of Hve deaths from 'la grippe 'us compared with the previous days ittord Chnutaiiqua Officers Chosen. JlocHFSTEii N Y Jan Chan tnuqiia trustees have appointed a cominitnt rousistmg of Lewis Millu F H Hoot nnd tt A Duncan to consummate the project f uniting all the publishing interests at Mend villa Officers were elected as follows lYesi dent, Lewis Miller, of Akron, 0 chancelloi BishtpJ H Vincent, of Buffolo, first vue president Francis H Root, of Buffalo, stc ond vice president, Clement Studebaker, of Boutb Bend, Ind third vice president, John Brown, of Chicago, secretary, W A Dun can, of Syracuse, treasurer, E A. hkinmi, of Wistiield, executive committoo, K v i T Edwards, of Randolph, Dr C Giffoul of Westfiold, William Thomas of Meadvillt, Pa and the general officers, ex officio 11 e board adjourned to meet next year at Titus ville, Pa. Asnaulted and Bobbed. TORONTO, Jan 11 old woman nnm >d Jane Spccrs was found in her house in th 1 ear of No 18 Agnes street so bndh n- saulted and choked nith a rope that h died a few hours later at tho hospital Mi- Spoors was a maiden lady who lived all n and was thought to have considerable mom y About 4 o'clock Thuisday her neighbor Mrs Ward, hoard her call for help am going into her apartments found her on tli floor with blood issuing from the mouth nose and ears. The police have not ye found the perpetrators of the crime It i believed the first intention of the woman' assailants was robbery, but being inter rupted byAIiss hpeers, attacked htr He house was wrecked and all the valuables stolen A Swindler Wanted In Chicago PniSFiern, Mass, Jan. D Leschde, who was arrested in Philadelphia on a charge of swindling a number of New England uiuiihuulu, caiuu to this place Dec 1 m company with J W Ha, us and Frank Warr, of Chicago They claimed to be agents of a bad debt collecting association which was a branch of R. S Dun Co agency Lesclide visited Pittsfleld a year ago name of T W Harris, repre- senting the Sprague Bad Debt Collecting agency of Chicago Advices from Chicago state that he is a defaulter to Sprague to ;he extent of several thonwnd dollars an that they want him for tiial Makes the lives ol muny people miserable, causing dhtresa eating, sour stomach; sick heartache, heartburn, loss of appetite, a faint, "ail gone "fouling, biul taste, coated niatroao of WIBiresp thebowols. Dyspepsia does After not 8et o( itseit. it reqnlres careful attention, and a remedy like Hood'o BanaparlUa, which acta gently, yet efficiently. It tones the stomach, regulates the diges- tion, creates a ap- petite, banishes headache, >nd refreshes the mind, I have been troubled with dyspepsia. I hud but little appetite, and what I did eat HQO distressed uiu, ur did llttlo good. Aftet eatuig 1 Dlirn would hovo a faint or tired, all-gone feeling, as though I had not eaten anything. My trouble was aggravated by my business, painting. Tast Oniir spring I took Hood's Bar- _. eaparilla, which did me an Stomach Immense of good It gave me an appetite, and my food relished and satisfied the craving I had previously experienced." OEOEOE A PAOK, Watertown, Mass. Mood's Oarsaparilla RnH hy ill f I -N for >v Mlj bjC 1 CO, Apothecurles, Lowell, IOO Doses One Dollar HOUDAY TRESENIS Prevents in the mn t form THE 1JVXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE OF FIG3 OF CALIFORNIA, Combined vuth the medicinal virtues of plants known to be beneficial to the hutnati system foinnng an agreeable and effective laxative to pemia- nently cure Habitual Consti- pation, and the many ills de- pending on a weak or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. Ins u most excellent remedy known to "ifMSf THE SYSTEM El-FECTUHLLY hen one is R lions or Constipated 1 s THA r PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING 8LIIP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOI I OW Every one is using it and all art delighted with it ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR A- C MANUFAuiURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. FRANCISCO, CAL. HY NEW rOUK N 1. ipi I oil trj of ttie country and tit- in i t! iro KITITI httlr mlikfa hi they npj ly We being in the Urn- ella trade, one of the oldwt flutu in on, beliovo just tha very thing the people like to others Holl- ay Froaont in our line of and hereby mention a few of oar Itrdlng Our giind itook of onitoui-made no TJmbrellM, with illvei gold ui tlfnlly-csrved natural at rlslngly low u to be sore of appro- iation Our Fano; Ooodf are too numerous mention In every but we ttentlnn to our of 3entn' Filk Mufflors and Sflk Handkerchief! QenK Hilk Mufflers, largest rite, from BOo. p to W All Styles of blefn, from 4o upwards Fine T f SB Plllww T.soo and other GOT- n Scarfs, Ac. vd Fall, Ooinpleto Sapiiliet. the lisct made Gloves   bwt, in the whole all oar at pi law to ely Look In our win- i Oily H. HEASI.KV, OOUNSFTjOR-AT-I.A w, 143 Slate Street, Trenton, H. J. I EDWIN K1SOHBR HM remored to 216 KAW STATE STREET, nei door to Library Hftll. H. BAUKKS, w, Foasr A I AW A HOWARD H. MUKPUI, n.ute, Bale -id Tiurt Oa jir BuiLnnre, oocaer SUte >n Warren Streets 88 Wart Btreot, Treuton, N J 96 NOBiw WAKRKN n if, j. UI-DKGBOVW i Ihe old DE BOARnvfAN u no( dead He is the only Doctor of that name tha ever lived in Trenton. OIWCK 40 WKST FBOHT UHOQK, .M Qeneraily. LTJHAB MlJtltll PAlNifl (ALL l OenUo JJ. SVHARKK, .__ Fine Boot find Shoe UUBTOM WOKK A I 1 Kijdj done In the Bout Winner 188 Broad Street, Trenton. BO. F, AI- r State war.-n Btreeti, w. (Poitl Richer B Bye a Spooially. Of Parlor "id Beitaara CaiuiU, Oil Clothi and Window Shades to clone the biulnuw it 128 South Broad street all money owing to the late 8rm of Bowker for coodt sold on InnUllmenU, payable to the M IM South rtieet, H. B wiTHINGTON, W ASHiNQTON MAHKerl A88OOTAHON. The Eighteenth Annntl Meeting of thli elation for 'be election of etc., will be held at the Association Office, Htrket Bnlldlnc, on WKiiNRSDAY, JANDABY 16TH, 1890. Polls will be open at 8 o clock and keep opeii one boor By order of the Board of Directors W. 0. OWKHB, Ekxs'y. OF KWOTION -The of BtQckholden of the PBO- m.Ko-iRio iTQflr OOMPANI, for the uwUon t f Directun for the emuing yccr the of men other nnitn n u (hall propeily before It, will be held M   it.sjt, m c ty of Trenton, New Jeney, on MONDtN, JAN- IAKT 18W, at the hour of 1 o'clock F Poll! to open one hour C. Oily Bftl'way Oontpany, of ton, N. J. The fourteenth annual meeting of this Knv, fir election of Directum, An .will be held at the company s office (North Cllntou 9li.it, Tleuton) on lUKflDAY, JANUARY lira, A. 5. 800, S o'clock P. M Polls to be opened M [narter three o'clock, and kept open ionr. Bj order of the Board of Dlrecton. HENRY B HOW Trenton N J Poo 21 1889. XTO'UOK OF HOBAUK T M WBAVKR, PFOFAHFD Nrtlce Is hereby Riven that an order, dativl the of Novemher. A D one thousand hundred and eighty nine, hu boon made if the Surrogate of he roui ty of Meroer, npw tneapiillcation of tho Mninittntor f Honoe T. Weaver, late of the county of Ha xr, diet ltd, directing the oredltuit of '4 esedent to bring in their debtt,   the eslste of derodtnt, or airyi.Uon to the within IDJ tfjai the date of v'd or h.TM from action it .x. 14 Mminlilritor CHARI M. FieMhtOwu, H. J. N'L1 i Or ATT, KlNUS AT THK TRITON JOB PRINT WO C -t l And I Seal-Skin Caps. Turbans. GOf.n AND t 1 rsi i ITA i 1 15 STMWAUT HAMMOND YOUNG LADIKfl and QKNli.FMKtf far IVMrnTArJS 8ERVIUK in COUNTING BOOH. AUK JKrrUJl KI 1' NO SMATrKRTNG, NO NON-raSENriAIfl, NO NONBRN8E In IU O00RRR OF TRAINING Modem Utthodf, Sacc tal Titihing, 1 The Shorthand Departiueiit OStt thcTtry best facilitiw foi acquiring (kill in RAPID AIX OKSSiruL PBOGBESH GUARANl'RKn. BBOIN8 For 1'tIOMAR J. W1KWART, Ptti-iOIPAL, BOX N. J. COT -f 
                            

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