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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOU Vi H. NO. TBKNTON, SATURDAY AFTKKNOON, FKBBUABY 1, 1890, TWO CHICAGO'S SIOCK RISES. The Senate Fair Bill Killed in the Assembly. NEW YOKK'S CHANCES WANING. The Amembly la the Next Hope, but No Action Will lie Tuken on It Until Next View ol the Situation. ALBANY, Feb. world's fair bill carno up in the assembly again yesterday. The fight of tho day begau when the confer- ence committee, through Assemblyman Acker, made their report in the assembly. It was to the effect that the senate part of the committee had consented to recede from its amendment BO far as to take out five of the names had put into the bill. Thege were: Louis F. Payu, Republican, of Colum- bia county; Ellis H. Roberts, Republican, of county; A. B. Boardman, Repub- lican, of Richmond county; Erastus Corn- itigy Democrat, of Albany couuty, and James Ward, Republican, of Westchester county. Tho alleged reason for asking that these names be stricken out was that the gentle- men are not residents of New York city. The Democratic members of the conference committee, Senator Coulter nnd Assembly- men Sheehan and Blumenthal, presented a minority report, rejecting the whole of the senate amendment Speakea Husted's Plea. Mr. Acker moved that the majority report be accepted and agreed to. Before putting the question Speaker Husted explained the question, that a vote to ngree with the re- port of the conference committee would be a vote for the World's fair bill. He further ruled in advance, but on a request for in- formation, that if this report should be re- jected no further conference could be had on the bill, and it would be dead so far as the assembly was concerned. This position he reiterated when he left the chair, and, going on the floor, made an eloquent plea for the conference report. He said that if this report was rejected all World's fair legislation was at an end, unless the senate j8houid._Bgr_3e to-the assembly- bill f.hst .hoH boon sent to it without amending it. The Committee's Report Defeated. With this clear presentation of the tion the roll call was proceeded with. Mr. Fish defended his vote by claiming that commission as originally made up was in partisan, and that politics was iujected iu.i. the measure by adding the new mes. Four- teen Republicans voted with the Democrats, and the conference committee's report was rejected by a vote of 47 to 63. What the Killed Measure was. The bill thus killed was the senate bill adding some commissioners to those named in the bill as it came from the World's fair committee that was thus rejected, by the as- sembly. But the assembly bill is still before "the senate, and before Tuesday next conies it is hoped the Republicans of both tbe senate and the assembly will reach an nirreeineut on the bill and then will pass it. In the Senate. When the assembly's action was reported to the upper house Senator Cantor moved to take up the original assembly World's fair bill, which had been lying on the senate's desk all this time. advantage is there thf said Fassett. "If you pasi it as it came here it can go to the governor this afternoon." "That will never replied Fassett in his most sarcastic tone. The motion to take up the bill was lost. The assembly's action is iaid to have very largely decreased New York's chances of getting the fair, and Chauucey M. Depew is of the opinion that "Chicago stock has gone up 25 pel No action will probably be taken on the bill before Tuesday. The Congress Committee. WASHINGTON, Feb. 1. Senator Hiscock has returned to the capital. He says that the committee on the quadri-centennia] would be called together early next weeji, OuuuulUiTioh had been held among the members, and he did not know in what form the World'fLfair question would ba reported to the senate. A Young Hero Dead. COMHEKLAND, Md., Feb. Oar- land Meems, aged 25 years, died last night at Mount Savage of typhoid fever. Mr. was the young civil engineer who, two years ago, made himself famous by into the very jaws of death in a successful endeavor to save human life. One of the mines operated by the Consol- idated Coal company had been driven into an old working that contained millions ol gallons of water. The men outside were ap- prised of tho mishap by seeing a torrent rushing out of the drift Young MeemK tvuk iu tLe blluutiou in a moment and start- ed into the mine alone against the stream which was up to hin armpits. He found the miners assembled together in a chamber awaiting death; Meems ordered them to follow him, and taking a boy on his shou! ders started ont. He towed the whole party out safely.. Since that time Mr. Meems ha been the idol of the coal region, and his death causes universal sorrow. Blooded Horaea for Germany. SYRACUSE, N. Y., Feb. Tap- pan, stable superintendent for Beerman Brothers, of Berlin, Gel many, has bough four young blooded horses of Robert Siren hi'i'o for Two carloads of bought in tho west by this firm pnssec through here for Germany. Among them were Little .Thorn, R, 3 Kitty G., and Gen. Garfleld, th stallion. Other purchases of blooded stool will be made at Rome, N. Y. In New York ll.in Jenkins, will be fidded to th firing. The total purchases will aggregate Parnell to Hlg S, Feb. Paruell has issued a written call to his followers urging tha nothing bo permitted tn thoir at tendance at the opening of parliament Constant attention to duties in parliament he says, will be necessary during the com ing nfsalou, as opportunities will cerUlnl arise for every member to render effectiv service to Ireland. Mr. nialno'x Dunghter Very 111. WAsniNOTON, Feb. physiciann al tending Mrs. Coppinger (Secretary Elaine' eldest daughter) report a marked improve ment aud an amelioration of tbe dangerous symptoms noticed yesterday. While still i a very critical condition, more encourage ment is felt by her physicians, who canno M yet what the result may be. A Dentil from Owegn's Wrecfe. BlNOHAMTON, N. Y., Feb. A. Lath am, of East' Bridgewater, Moss., who ha both legs broken in tho Rmnsh up on th Eiie nt last evening. Tho porter, Honej auckle, is in a critical condition. fir. Antor Conntr.v VOUK. Feb. is reported t! .John .Iiicoii .nstor has sold country nom Dobbn Ferry to Mr. Bradley Martin, THE NEWS IN BRIEF. resh i'roui the Wires Carefully Culled. The New York iwiice board has appointed eu. E, S. Roclenbough chief of the bureau tjlectious as successor to John J. O'Brien. Tho report of the New York state board claims, now ready for submission to the gUlature, states that theaggregate amount f the sums claimed upon which Tjifl board as finally acted since the last report, is while the amount awarded ie There are 440 claims now await- ig hearing. Secretary Noble has appointed W. H. arker, of New York, chief of a division in ie pension office at per annum. W. H. Turner, superintendent of the New ork, New Haven and Hartford railroad, led ThurBitny night at Now Ilochelle. The following new postmasters have boon ppointed: New F. P. legee; Parker, E. IJ. Button; T. M elknap; Sayreville, N. M Townley. Governor's Island will replace Castle jrardeu, New York, as the landing place of emigrants arriving in this country at the of New York, The secretary of the navy has decided to H art} the contract for the construction of ne of the thousand ton gunboats and the ight hundred ion naval academy practice ruiser to the firm of Samuel L. Moore ons Co., of Eltzabethport, N. J., and the ther one thousand ton gunboat to the Bath ron works of Maine. James Stone, the joakey, who was con- icted of murder for killing a German bar- ender in a lager beer saloon at Coney Island n the summer of 1888, has had his sentence f death commuted by Governor Hill to Vm- risonment for life. Judge Henry A. Moore efore whom Stone was tried and convicted, ecommended him to executive clemency. CAVE-IN AT THE MINES. Three Houses and a Double Block of Farther Trouble. WILKESBAHRE, Pa., Feb. bottom if a portion of the town of Plains, about our miles from here, dropped out yester iay, and with it three single houses and a iouble block, causing consternation among he tenants and excitement in the town, 'or a week past premonitory signs of the ave-in have been noticed by experienced miners, and one of them made it his busi- ness to warn the inhabitants of those houses M keep low fires in their stoves and mate trepanations to take a drop down. They concerned themselves but little, cave-ins are of common occurrence in this and while the women of the house vere preparing their noonday meal the earth regan to settle and in a few moments the louses were almost standing on end. The ires in the stoves were quickly extinguished. The danger now lies in an extension of the cave-in, which is altogether probable from >resent indications. A few feet from the cave-in, and in a dt rect line with it, is the cemetery, and grave 'ears are entertained that this will yield to ;he pressure of the squeeze. The Catholic church and parsonage, which were wrecked a few weeks ago by a cave-in, are within a ihort distance of the scene. These cave-ins are caused by the extravagant robbing of >illars in the mines. The Laws Should Be Revised. AT.HANY, N. Y., Feb. commis lioners of statutory revision presented their report to the legislature. The report naserts :hat it is a well known fact that the con- dition of the general statutes of New York a. disgrace to the jurisprudence of the state. Tho various changes in the since the ratification of the constitution of .546 are commented upon, and the fact forth that since the revised statutes were established, nearly twenty years after that event, the system of revision had boon brok- en by legislation upon new topics, amend- ments and supplements, causing confusion and uncertainty in the laws of the state which ought to be always clear and consist- ent. The many attempts at revision since have resulted only in the adoption of the civil, criminal and penal codes, while the most important statutes outside the code) aave multiplied with increasing confusion. Re Shot His Wife's fradncer. FRANCISCO; Fob. 1. D. H Arnold, a wealthy resident of Colusa County, shot an< killed Samuel Garuess, a money broker of this city, in s saloon on Market street An anonymous circular reflecting upon thi character of Arnold's wife was circulated in Colusa county about a year ago, and Ar- nold has since been endeavoring to trace thi authorship. He suspected Garness and ha< several times quarreled with him over the affair. The men met nnd entered the pri vate room of the saloon. Shortly after ward shots were heard, and persons who en tered the room found that Garness had boon shot three times. He died soon afterward Arnold refused to make any statement. The Woburn Wage List. BOSTON, Feb. state board of arbi t.rntion hnannnmincorl tho WUgO lint, tO b observed by the Leather Manufacturers association of Woburn. The wages recom mended are designed for men of fair averag skill ondjjapacity who are able tn__da a fnl day's work, it being understood that em ployors shall be at liberty to employ, 01 terms mutually agreed upon, boys or men who are unable to do a f utl work, o pay higher wages to employes of skill or ability. More Slaughter in Crete. ATHENS, Feb. i Telegrams from Crete toll of increased murders of both Christians and Turks, and indicate a much worse stat alue of the bonds to be Bold, for which they gave their receipts to the bunk, which I duly turned over_to the "Subsequently 201 of these boads were re- torued, in cash was paid aud for thi balance Mess, a. Fell, Wallack Co. gave checks, mostly certified, to the bank. Abou of theso checks were certified by th upon which they were drawn. I hac no proceeds from these bonds that I did no account for, and the checks thus far not re- covered by Felt, Wallack Co. are still due to the SUth National bank It will, there- fore, also be scon that tbe bank's assets wer not used to purchase the stock. I furthei denlre to say that I am a director no vice president of the Equitable bank ol thi 'city, nor am I such in the Lenox Hi] what Ex-Freildnnt Leland Says. Mr. Charles H. Leland, former presiden of the Sixth National bank, has issued Statement declaring that he had the stock of the bank to be worth in th neighborhood of (650 (or the last three o four years. Ot the sale, Mr. Lelnnd says "I made the believing that the pur chasers not only hid strong financial gup, port, but large connections, which wonli result largely to the advantage of the ban] and its stockholders. The purchasers me me st the bank Jan. 23 at noon, and paid m the entire purchase price in certified checks as my stock was at uuce fei red and the board of directors reorgun lend. I deposited my checks on the same da; they were paid in due course. It wa not until tho following day that I deliverec to Mr. Classen, in the presence of two wit, natuia, the keys of the safety box vault con the securities." In conclusion b denies all knowledge of the fraud, ClHien Under Arreit. About A o'clock last night President Clos appeared before the united States com mlnsloner with his counsel and two deput; United States marshals, and the warran charging him with embezzlement and mis- appropriation of funds was read to him paroled tn the custody of tho mar- and his counsel. This in accorc with an nrrnnirpmcnf, mndo, in ndvanoa that if OlaRson would givo. himeplf up he ihonld not bo jmfi in jntl for tho night. Is'apolrftn Poll Miets Krtiintmm IVAP. Broker George H. Tell was not lonesom In .Ludlow Street ..fle.had met, S. Ivos In society betdro' itlat uulifi ntlyman retired from active business, aud the detectives led him into the warden's Dee Ivt'S sprang from a eliair in which he ad liceu sitting, aud with great animation Id .Mr. Pell how glad ho to >ee him. lie bank absorber remarked that Ludlow treet jail could not be sucli a bad boarding juse, as Ives looked better ever did hen at his lucrative triulo uf ruilroad fee-king. The two Nnpoleons then i-epurated for the ght, Mr. going to a luxurious cell on ie second tier. He seemed euol ami defiant, ud covered many blank sluets of note aper with ligures betore IK umlivssed and wit to bed. In the morning IVHS. bail wtifl xedlit but no oiu- go on his ond, aud is still iu jail. A warrant has been ietwtH for the arrest James A, SiuMuous, lio uiude a di- eotor of the reorganized Sixth National ank. The H1H bank, whMi was also recked by the sharp still re- lains closed. GRATITUDE TO FRANCE. V Scheme to Thnuk Her for Given in IIHTHOIT, Feb. 1. Tbe sending of a sulU- >Io U'stimonial from the peoplo of America o France in recognition of the ny-htmicc ivtMi this country iu I77ti the task which 'hti Detroit Journal has undertaken. The iluu 1ms carefully matured and is trongly supported by Sncioty of tho of UK- American Hovolutiou, which has 'ftidnlly indorsed it. TheJounml hns appointed the president jyneral of this society, William He ward of New York, as tho chairman of the toaiuiittt't; to arrange ail details. Tho fol- owing gt'utleinen have been selected by Mr. A'ebb as his associatjs on tho committee; roldsrnith Bernard of Birmingham, Judge LiK'ius Dciuing, of New Ha- -en, William O. McDowell, of New- ark, N. ;J.; Nathani.-l Green, of Newport, 1. (grandson of (Jen. Uroen) tVuyue, of 1'hilda.delp'um (grandson of Mml Rev. Charles Pinckucy, of Clmrle.t- n, S. C. (grandson of Gen. I'im-k- -y, df that LMviuncoy H. Uepuw, oi Nt w York city, and V.'illiam H. Brenrley, proprietor of The Detroit Journal, i'u these Mr. Webb has added Mr. H. B irdyard, ot Detroit, president of the Michi- Oninil llnilroad company, as the tretis- Hr-rernl hare kilt-graphed their narra ipproval and acceptance. The features of tho plan are the raising ol in adequate fund by subscriptions, the binding of all names of subscribers in vol- 's and sending them with the gift to France, and the obtaining of suggestions as ;o the best form of testimonial. The Detroit Journal offerw for the best suggestion and asks for the ad drones of all revolution- ary descendants who are willing to assist, A Kailroucl Suit. Nmv YOJ-.K, Colurobii-, Hocking Valley ami Toledo Hallway coni- mny IJ.IK entered suit n gainst Winsluw, Lnnit-r Co., of this city, for ginj; that the company never 1 prncL-eds of tho salt' of bonds negotiated by defendants at the time of the consolida- tion of tho three railroads in under the name of the (Jnlvnubus, Hocking Valley and Toledo railroad. Before Judge CVlU'ii-n in supreme court, chambers, defendants moved to strike out as immaterial the that Mr, Ellis, ono of the defendants, wnt, at the time of the .transaction a member of tho firm and a director of the railway cpm- I1'1'13', Tho moiion wo.a ujjp'jsed by T-'om7 missioner MacLoan and an argument will be heard Monday. The suit is similar to that brought recently by Congn'Saiunii Bel den, of Syracuse, against Morgan Co. and others for charging fraud in the Bale of bonds in connection' with the consolidation. Presents tn the most form THE I AXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICE OF TUB PIGS 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 peima- nently cure Habitual Consti- pation, and the many ills de- pending on a weak or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It ii t i., -most excellent remedy known to CLEANSE THE SYSTEM Whea one is Hiliou1; or Constipated PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW. one is using it and all are delighted with it. ASK YOUR DWOQIST FOH J MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAH FRANCISCO, CAL, toutwinf. rv HPW vnair. n. i, 28 Wail Btats Strict, Trenton, H. J HAIR ON UDIE81 FACES, On Gentlemen's cheeks abote tbe beard line between the eyebrows, moles, warts, o the none, etc., destroyed forever, without pain o scar, by tbe Eleotrlc Needle Operation, 07 Da. TH08. D. BOQAN, 1826 8PRUCK PHII.I tjonsnltetion tree. to all who come from a nitfwice. Tbe old DR. BOARDMAN is not dead He ig the only Doctor of that name tbfti aver lived in Trenton. VI WitH'i- FBONT The Importance of pnrlfving tho blood can- not be overestimated, lor -without pure blood vou cannot enlov Eood health. At this season nearly every one needs a good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich the blood, and Hood's Sarsaparllla Is worthy your confidence. It is peculiar In that It strengthens and builds up the system.creates r.n appetite, and tones the digestion, while It eradicates disease. Give It a trial. Hood's Sarsaparllla Is sold by all Prepared by C. I. Hood Co., Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar JUST ARRIVED AT I A Grand Assortment of Very Latest Noveltias in IIAMBUimS, EMBROIDERIES Among which are entirely new de- signs never neon before, which we have jnst received through, tevetal of the largut importing honsw in New York. We guarantee that no finer nor bet- ter-made Embroideries tre in the market, and, above all, that are ennbled to tell these boautlfol new' Hambnrgs at positively lower price: than 'any New York retailer is able to offer to yon, no matter who they are, for we bought them for c-th, and are ab'e to give surprising bargains to yon. Call and compare onr Embroideries with any others and compare P. 8. Notice. We hereby give spe- cial notice that all the old Parcels and TJmbrell" from 1889, left here for covering and repairs, mnit be railed for within 80 froul (hla date, or will be sold' far 16th. WALLIS; Opposite City H. COUN8ELOR-AT-LAW, 143 State Htroet, Trenton, N. J. I) K. EDWIN FISCHER, n removed to 216 BAST St.ATE BTKRiri, next door to Library Hall. fOtfN H. BACKUS, W, iii 5iuiLDine, corner 8Ute 
                            

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