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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               Viil. NO. TBKNTON, Fill DAY AFTKKNOON, JAKUAKY 21 1890. rrwO INGALLS AND I HE NEGRO. The Kansas Senator Speaks on the Race Question HIS SOM 110.N Or lilt PKOBI.tX. Digest of a stirring Address Dellvmed by the Well Known plliuentaiy Inferences Made to Editor Heniy Giady and Jefferson Dai WASHINGTON Jan. Senator John J Ingall'fc e cu on the race question excited universal mteicst For jears past there has not baen so distinguished an m bluge in the senate f bamber to, listen to an oiator In the wore Mis Hainson. Mis. Morton Mrs Tracy Mrs. and nearly all the wives and daughters of members of tjie cabinet Enthusiastically Received Tbe floor was crowded with cabinet offl eers and representatives, nho left their own chamber almost deserted Soiiatoi Ingalls created a ui st effective and thrilling scene w hen he do ci ibed tbe recent election at Jackson, Miss He read trom Democratic papers how Senator Geoigc's two sons rode into town at the head of arineil troops to pi event colored me n oting lu fact the enthusiastic d imousti atious were so often repeated that Vice Piesld nt Morton was obliged to wain the galleries to desist The Anogant Caucasian Mr Ingalls said the race to which we be- long is the most airogaut and pritentious, the most exc usive anil indomitable in bis tory Individualism, hbeity, fiatermtynnd equality has been that race's contributions to the state. every btep of its from barbarism to enlightenment, the Cau casian race aad refused to assimilate with the Mongolian and African Upon the threshold of our second centui y the people of the United States were confronted by the most portentions problem ever placed before a free people for solution It must be con sidered frankly and freely, without subter- fuge and without reserve A Tribute to Graily At this point Senator Ingalls paid a trib- ute to the late Henry W Grady, from whose Boston speech thnjienator quoted He went on to say that in I860 there were in the United States negroes, in 18TO, in 1880 It was his belief that the men use shown from 1870 to 1880 was a debbei ate, premeditated fraud upon thn census committed for the purpose of obtaining an mcieased representation To complicate the problem the negi o was gregarious. The line of cleavage between the white man and the black was distinct ana clear There neither amalgama tion, absorption nor assimilatiou between the races Fi ed Douglas, the most illustn ous living representative of his race (gi eat er, ho though, by Caucasian remf01 ce- ment than by his African blood) had suid to him that when prejudi disappeared the races would become homogeneous He (lid not believe it Such a solutun of the dim culty, he thought, would be imposaib o il possible, most deplcrablc History showed that whjre the white nnd black had coins together during the period of slavei} it had been bv compulsion. Iheie was no poison ing so fatal as the adulteration of nice The Conscience oC New fenglatid Ihe senator from South Carolina (Mi Butler) deprecated animadversion The most bitter cuticism of the situation lu the south was the truth He did not claim a supermi ity of virtue for the north His ancestor had uwiied aluves The cousciume of ftevv England had not been aroused to a sense ol the enormity of llie slave system until it hie become unprofitable Besi los a laige pur of the people of the Uuited tjtnti s had no contemplated thi freeing of the nejno in th war for the Union hen the o wa freed he had been given the fianch b- for the purpose of perpetuating toe Ki pubh can party It the negro was not heie Mi Tngalls said, he thought the people r I th United States today would hesitate to him here With the expei lence nf two con t vciity five yean ol ostensible freedom, he believed that they would pi of cr to hare iu tion with their brethren on the. dai k conti nent Freedom in Name Only. But tho nogrooa were here But to what did their freedom amount? Their citizen ahip was a name The black vote of the south was practically suppressed ben itors editors and tbe leaders of the south had an nonnced their intention of breaking the con trol of the negro Hemy W Grady had Raid; ''When will the negro cast a fiee Winchester! at Elections Mr Ingalls quoted from a Mississippi paper which said that the south did not propose to ba governed by the negrp under any conditions, and said that on ac count of these conditions Gen Chalmers withdrawn from tho race for governor Tbe senator quoted another paper in refer ence to the election in Mississippi seventeen daya ago, in which was the announcement the the etc would be on hand to see that there was {air election At the end of the enuncia- tion, Mr Ingalls remarked, sententiously 'They were all there, Mr President' (Toughtor) The senator read other ex tracts to that the election rffeued to had boon controlled by Winchesters, and that no colored man had been allowed within a hundred yards of the polling place. Standing on Volcano. Mr Ingalls read a letter from a federal officer stating thn t two sons of Senator Geoi ge had been in the crowd of regulators armed with W inchesters and wearing badges headeu "White Was ilanywoudu he thatJJeuiocTats themselves had bo- come alai meet at this condition of affairs1 The south, Mr Ingnlle, evidently m tended to deprive the negroes of their vote and indepAndenra, nnd prxrtieMly thfl nnrtl hud acquiesced in this If this condition ol affairs continued nothing could avert armec collision between the races in the south south was standing on a volcano. A Tribute to Jeff Davit. Mi Iiifcalls paid a Uibule to the late Jell erson Davis, and sold that lie honored the south for showidg Mr Davis the respect i1   l AH til 11 I Tnn II u M Uo 1 on Broi   Knights f Laboi, in the city hall John 3 Rae wa1- made chauinan and Secretary Patrick M Bndo of the N P U chosen secretary 1 he i eport of the joint commlt- ou the oidei of business was adopted mid the commute held for further service Iheagi uifiit of tho joint at in Imnapihs and the i bi d after ward bv ill coiiimitt0 calling this conve tio i was then reiel nud 1 resident John McBn le" of the- N P U call d upon '01 an a fbt chunniaii announced :hat the c meitoi oj u to a discus sic n on the ul jeet t ronbolidution and that the del ut s 'r i tbe two lions would te i Itl upon alternately Mastx r ilnmi N (f bulv-divlslon 5 of rs D I t hen ved that bomething >liould bt pa i the dibeus HII t if le'lt'etol! w lap; resolution R 1 I h it fn I r e the pi in of nmtiu f i I rces lai 1 bv the officers of th" t o i T2u s Q utp a warm discussion followed, and, on I'ugestioii of the chiuiman Master mon Vtigent moved to approve the actien of the Indmuapohs convention by piragiaphs and it wns ndoptel Delegate Moimlian ofhtieaton Ills of the N P U, sai 1 ho was not lu fav tr of a secret organ! of the objection of his church belief that he compelled to withdraw from tbe Knights of I nboi or be deprived of church mombeiship Tuithei debate on the resolution followed when Delegate fnyloi of the N P U threw a bombshell into tbe contention by proposing the follow- ing as a substitute to the lesolution The eon pttilUo dlstrut convention at ts session m In lianapolis la t month declared in favor of on? one defense fund one set of ofik ei 3 JD 1 equal taxation theref i re, belt Resolved That we favor a rlibRoiutlou of both to tne extent that objects thtrem specified limy be t Secretary Watehorn spoke on the sub- stitute in a very decisive manner Delegate Ross, of Illinois who is a mem bei of the house of repi psentatives of that state, said that Mr Watehorn evidently misunderstood the substitute, that it favors a dissolution of both the extent' that one set of officers can be elected If Mr atchorn opposes any change m his form of rgunuation, then we cannot join as a bod} Aftci ti recess John McBride withdrew the resolution introduced by Mr Taylor At the Progi OSSIVQ union conference it was agreed to withdiaw the reso ution proposed by them at the joint cuivrntion in the morning, and to supporl t le. plan recom- mended by the joint committee The joint convention then adopted what has been looked forward to as the culmination of all efforts thus first section of the joint circular, which provid that they shall mute under one head and not give up the essential features of either orgimzition The njrre 1 late m thMift moon on four points w hi h pnettrnllv settle the controversy m favor >t amalgamation ihall be Me shall he one set of officers Third taxation Fourth There shall be one coninio i defense iund A com mittee of thi ee membei b e f ea( h of the two old organizations tigether with the presi dent and seeiotaryof each w is appointed to draft a constitution U must be i atifled by three quarters of all the m tubers of both orgam zations The Panxhiltawiicy linuble BRADFORD, Pa Jan H 1 unxsutawney special to Tho Era s lys 1 lit miners made an effort to sittle the stuke yesterday They appointed a committee of four non- union men to confer vutb Superintendent Ilaskoll aa to tho company o conditiono for an amicable settlement Tho superintend- ent positively refused to arbitiato The strikers' commute j volunteered to concede all the demands but wages for the cuttmg of clay Superintend- ent Haskell slid the ultimatum was to go to work and-arbitrate afterwaids This wi refused and the committ e The superintendent sjys li ha reotuv ed instruc- tions from to draw on ttie company foi any a nount of money neces- sai y to d f e it the str k rs The miners h Id a meeting in the rfternoon and de- cided to maintain then piesent position Sutiu was instructed by the com uai y to await the result of the meeting be fore proceeding with the and if the result was uufavoiuble to begin whole- sale evictions at once The Hungarians are greatly excited and are becoming unmanage- able, and it is feared tiouble is inevitable Prrfildentla! Nominate ns WASHINGTOJ., Jan 24 picsident has sent to the the follow ing nominations: To be Supervisoia of B House for WewHnmp-thne Williarp '01 Rhode Island C H Muri v Tirst district VV C Day, Ihird district; m L lenth district A B Pcaice, First district of New Jersey, John Bumstead S oiid district, R. T Sta; i bird district R B Baith, First district of Pennsylvania, J H Landls, Second dis- tiict John H White, Thud district, J H Miller, Fouitb district, a K Ashley, Fifth distilct, Petei D Bilcker Sixth district, D d Altii, district, G W Hood, Eighth distiKt To be Collector of Customa rf SiTton of Connecticut, for the ilistilct of oSew London, Conn i A Collapses bR IOKI YN Jan 24 occupants of the Ui cesfoij buck building No orf3 Myrtle nvc iu bnd a very nanow escape from uli jcsttidiy Some workmen in digging aidhr uljo umg the house so undermined it it ciinc dov n shortly before 3 o'clock with a clash Fortunately the had jus1 wirrmg enough by the cracking of the wails to out, with the exception of a o-ypHi c Id boy named Hariy Ford, who enp d HI 1.1 out injury When the building c il apsjd the; workmen lost no time in mak- ing then ese tpe fiom the neighboi hood and have not bet n sean since The loss will be about A Diamond Ihlef Sentenced. MOSTRKAI Jan Jl thief giving hl> n, where an effigy of "Rod Proctor" waa as Murtiu, who was captured on Tues- day last alt l ha and two companions had bioken tho window of Walker's jewelry store and stolen a large, amount of dia- monds, was sent need to fourteen years in penitentiary His two accomplices are still at large Murder and Snlolde. CDKAOO.Jaii Myer, living at N   shoun n incicase ol ,9V in surplus aver liabilities l WAS A FA l AL FUNERAL A Procession Struck by an Ex- press Train. FOUR MOURNtBS WEBb KILLED. Mr and Mrs Fred Payne Sent in an Tn. to Join Their Dead Approaching Train Qave the Party No Warning CHICAOO Jan 34. most distressing ac- cident, which resulted in the death of foim persons, occurred at Rosehill cemetery, a few miles from here, on the Chicago and Northwestern railroad yesterday afternoon. Mr and Mrs t red Payne were so their way to bury their 5-months old babe with a few friends who were, accompanying them to the cemetery There were only four car- riages in the procession Htruck by the Express Mr and Mrs. Payne were in the carriage Immediately following the hearse, d with them were Mrs. William Reprogel and Grace Payne, their little daughter As the Payne carriage came squarely on the track the Milwaukee express, which was four inutes behind time and was nearmg the city at a high rate of spood, struck the car- nage in the center, tearing it into splinters, and instantly killing Mr and Mrs. Payne, and so seriously injuring Mrs. Reprogel and Simon Anderson, the driver of the carriage, that they died within two hours afterward They Had No Warning All who witnessed or know anything of the occurrence agree that no warning what- ever of its approach was given by the fljing train The Trainmen's Stories The engineer of the train, B J Mahoney, the fireman William Anderson, and the conductor, Barney ICavanaugh, all declare that the bell was ringing when the train reached the cemetery, and that the whistle was also turned on The engineer fireman and conductor of the death dealing train were arrested and locked up at the Chicago avenue station to await the i {.jilt of the coroner's investigation NEWS IN BRIEF. Fresh Tips from the Wires Carefully Called In an in New York with a western editor ex President Cleveland said that if he considered his own feelings would prefer some one else to take the lead for the Democrats m 1892 The exodus of colored people from Barn- well county, S C in consequence of the re- cent majwacre has begun Forty famines, abput 300 pei sons in all, started for the southwest John Vanderbilt, a second cousin of the late Commodore Vanderbilt, died at Den- mark, N J of at the age of 83 years He gained his living as a fisherman At Johnstown, Pa ,D A McSough, county commissioner's clerk made a statement showing that the decrease in taxable prop- erty, owing to the flood, is This is exclusive of the privatd losses of corpora- tions Syracuse has been selected as the perma nent site of the New York state fair The rumor of the pope s death was un- founded Heniy M Jackson, teller in tbe United States sub-treasury, at New York, who in 1887 absconded with of the public money, has been sentenced to implisonnient in Ene county penitentiary for six years and pay a fine of The long drawn out glass blowers' strike in South New Jersey has terminated Tho Joroey City Baseball club hos organ- ized by electing the following officers M Mullone, president, Herbert Potts secre- tary, and James F O'Melia, treasurer Directors Robert Davis, George B Fielder, Charles Weber, Anthony Hauck and Charles J Somers Mrs Fostei's Mew League. CrvvFTAND Jan non-partisan temperance union convention has adopted a constitution which provides that the name of the new organisation shall be the A merl- on Women's Christian Temperance league The also provides that temper- ance work shall be the new organization's sole object, and that neither its officers nor ite representatives in national conventions shall either individually or collectively pledge its support to any political, philan- thropical or other organ ization or party At the afternoon session the vote by which the organization had been christened in the morning was reconsidered and the title of National Crusaders substituted By lam were adopted and a pledge similar in ]an K.iage to that of the W C T U Mrs. E. J" Phmney, of Cleveland, was elected presi- dent of the new society, and Mrs T B w aiker, of Minneapolis, vice president An Important Railroad Deal BOSIO-J, Jan 24 traffic contract has boen closed between the Central New Eng- land and Western railroad and the Boston and Maine, by which the latter obtalna a direct connection with Pennsylvania and the west by way of Fonghkeepsie bridge, and the former gets access on favorable terms for the transportation of coal and general freight to all the territory covered by the Boston and Mafnn ojgtem Through traffic for the prooent over tbe Central New England and Western to Conn., thence to Northampton, Mass, by the New Haven and Northampton division of the Consolidated road, and thence eastward by the Central Massachusetts A Postal Clerk Arrested. PuisBuHG, Jan Inspector Holmes, of Cincinnati, has arrested W D. T-ane, of Indianapolis, a postal clerk on the Pittiburg, St, Louis and Chicago railroad, running between St Louis and Pittsburg He is charged with stealing and be had three registered letters (one of them a decoy) Ou hli person when arrested. He is an old employe, who was discharged some time ago, but reinstated liut June An Aged Couple stiuck by a Train NOHWALK, Conn Jan 24 Mr and Mrs. Goorge Coiustock, an aged and wealthy couple of Wilton, were returning fi oui tho fnneral of a relative when their carriage was struck by a train on the Danbury and Norwalk railroad at a dangerous near South Wnton, and both were fatally injured Both were deaf and eould not hear the train 1 he track's are hidden by build ings and there are no gates or flagmen A Itetolatln" In Costa Klea. LonuON, Jan telegram says revolution broke out m Coata Rica, Cential America, last Thursday night; that the gov eiiiment was overturned and tbe revolution were supremo, and that there were nor- rlblt iMRW of bloodahcd A Killed. ZANFSWMF Tin t A pnwnp-nr trnm nnd n fu n llilel ontbolitl tlmorn nn 1 Ol 111 ih< I nt Cn M lifl ri miles enst [lei ml tli on   Hicik d biakiman Fiani. Hnrr, of Noi nicli, was killed ADAM FOREPAUGiH DEAD in uinonia 1 the Caievr of Uaiuuui i (.rent Klval Pun i IIIIA Jau Fore paugh t o (.lent circus manager died oi pneuiu mm sup nuducod bj lugi ippe at his resului e in this city Wednesiay oseninjr Jan Adum Forepaugh was born In Ihila leli hut m Februaiy IK. 1 Hu nent t  City and Sagmaw Mich fei nit ib i ship lioy Albany -Montreal 1 itrna I lie Llici bpiiugfleld Mass aue lui eltlisale alsodesiious of joining the ass in tun Messrs Hll s of Detroit Ho ibs, ol London i n 1 Dixon, of Hiimiltc n weie aip mted a committee with fullponu to fill They will visit the llffci cut eiti j and decide Mhicu ones shall be ad mittel Troy and Albany it is utidor to d, mil be given another chance ti show v h ther they can keep pace wl h lb< lute l national association It was deeded t compel each club to deposit the (10 guarantee by Feb 10 instead of Mai eh 1 Senator aiuKtnj WOODSTOCK Va Jan .24 1 x txuator Riddlebcig i is sinking v  one is using it and all are delighted with it ASK YOUR DRUQQIST TOR MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAI FRANCISCO CAL IftOTtMf KY frv, YOftK H 1. H. BEASI KX OODNSFTXMJ-AT-LAW, 148 Knit Street, Trepton, M. J. I KnwiN FISCHER removed to 216 KA9T STATS 81KKBT, door to Library Hall JOHN H. BACKE8, OOUJSBFIXJE-AT-IAw, A EIOHBI Bun note, corner Bute and Warren Streeta i AW KJUWABD H KUSIFv Oekl Katate, Depoelt aufi Tru.t o, .n, N ILK TO DELUQUFNT TAXPAYERH Tne Receiver of Taxes hereby gives notice that a Transcript of the Taies for the year now rcmninlng unpaid, Is being prepared, In twenty days after Its completion will be pub- lished H V RTCHAKD8 Receiver of TBXMI DE_BOARDMAN u not dead i He IB the only Doctor of that name that ever lived in Trenton On ICE 10 FBOai UKOOK, Heaters, Ranges and Hardware LOCAP' MIIBT) PATJlia (ALL Broad and Oestre I i. 80HARII K, Fine isoot and Shoe Maker, UU8TOX WOKE A Bl'ttCHHl ing of All Kimu done in 'he Bent 188 "road Street, Trenton. TOOBHKJJJ, oDrled. flhunpoolng 210 N QRKKNK tflBRiri, ipicrUON, H. J. Of ry nf Oriio- Oombtnini Muig bp Pitic. Low C1AMUEL J. KKIlT Will be pleaaed to oil upon any one wanting UPON GOODS OR BTOUK Addrev, 113 Bait State gtreeti TUtue li not now nor theie ever u mrectueoM Twenty yean1 eziwrlenoe The mate thf coiaponnoint "BAiflAM OF for Conghi Colds, Cioqp >nd Aithma. "FKVKK AND AQDI ANI) MAI "i-kllijviAN BARK and BUengthfmer kfniK IKY THKH G1 ORAnTJAii, oiuer BtitiU, By a N, J. 96 MOEm I J. B. IIOBEN8ACK, PHILADELPHIA, PA. The npeclallit In Yonthral doiM Yonnit men contemplating fnr vMnnMe Medical Book. Oint -v SA.lt, till a P. U., from P. II. until ft P. II, u-breiiR YORK SUN CO, 60 and I3.0O. 16 nut Stroet. HAMMOND TO HERVIOE I n ih. OOUMI'ISO BOOM. f.r m In iti OF TRAINING Modern fnl T Indlvidn.l AtUnHou, -y- Prog. The 'ihoithand I3epartineut the 
                            

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