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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               vou vi n. NO. ONE HUNDRED YFARS OLD Centennial of the United States Supreme Court. THE CILEBHA1ION AT NEW YORK An Imponlng Array ot Legal Tulent Prej Opening Ceremonies at the Metropolitan Opera Hnano The I'resi dent and Hll Cabinet Did Not Attend NEW Yonir, Ftb 4. The opening exor- cises of the centennial celebration of the su preme court of the United btatee occurred at the Metiopolitan opera bouse this morn- ing and were attended by an immense throng Owing to the death of Secretary Tracy's wife and daughter, President Harri- son and the members of bis cabinet were not present, but with the exception of a few slight changes on account of the absentees the programme was   then rovi wcrl tho enlarging scope of the powers nnd inflnnnoe of the court in all de- parlmrnf of ifn mnsdiction, And especially us to (cinstituh iml questions, and its re- lations toth ini if-piudpncaof the countiy, ThoniT. T L 1101, of Now Orleans, La., noxtgmo n i ml nltotch of the chief Justices m 1 (i niiticcs, illustrative ottheimur i ironal character of the inerrli rf Edvmrfl Burlington, Vfc, 'J10" of the court to of )uittcein enforrm f ho Innd as h pomonul rif'lits nn 1 1 n, Phc nin, 1 1 Inin poirorsnml rosponRilnlitt11'' f h r ft r .1 i It 0 H II 1, I il rlt k gall a oilmen al Or ingt1, N J. LEUAND GOES BACK Ho tha Preildenay of Sixth National Bunk. NEW YORK, Feb meeting of th. stock holders of the Sixth National was held yesterday afternoon, at which the rectoiy of that institution was completely reorganised. It was announced that ex- President Leland had bought back all hla shares of stock which ha had sold to Clonsseu and his and was ready to reassume the control of the bank Ii making this announcement United States Bank Examiner Hepburn said he bad juit received from President Frederick D lap- pen, of thfl rtallnrin. hunt, on hflhnlf nf tha syndicate, Mr Tappen's check foi 000 This, m addition, to Mr Eeland's Mr Hepburn made the Sixth National bankbolvcnt He said he was authorised by the comptroller of tho currency to turn the assets of the Sixth National bank over to the new board of directors. He reports the amount due depositors to cash on hand, gilt edge aocuntiei on hand, secured loans, bills re- ceivable, etc The bunk is amply able to meet all demands. Charles H Leland was elected president and Charles H Tendon vice-president The following board of directors was chosen C H -Zslaud, J I-nndon, Joseph Park, W J Quinlnn, jr, cashier of the Chemical bank, and F D Tappan, president of the Gallatin bank. The new board of directors is a very strong and safe one. Mr Colsen, whose vigilance saved the bank from mm, rflmpms as cashier There are, it is "aid, funds at the command of the bank at present time sufficient to pay every obliga- tion to depositors in full The hanfc opened thia morning A large crowd gathered In front of the Lenox Hill bank m the morning in answer to a notice that a meeting of depositors was to be called at the bank building Mr Goodheart, the lawyer of the bank, came out and stated that no meeting could be held in the bank He assured them that arrangements had boon made by which all claims of depositors would be met dollar for dollar Three hundred depositors then held a meeting at Lenox hall They elected officers and a committee of nine to act with the president and secretai y to consult coun- sel and protect depositors The Equitable bank did not open as prom- ised, but it undoubtedly will soon. FT President Claasaen, of the Sixth Na- tional bank, and Broker Pell were unable to furnish bail and are still in Ludlow street jail THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Fresh Tips from the wlrei Carefully Culled. Dr Talmage has returned to Brooklyn from his trip abroad. The paper mill operated by the Hubley Pupei company at Went Hedway, Musg., was burned. Ihe company leased tha mill of Mrs. E L. Campbell, of Fast Loss on building and machmeiy, (14000 The Rev S R. Kramer, pastor of the Sec- ond Presbyterian church at Yonngtown, 0 well known throughout the United States for his lectures on Japan, has suddenly be- come insane Watchman Hagiiey, who was shot by some unknown person at Phoenl i y ille, Pa., is dead. Haguey made an ante-mortem statement that Bernard Mallon, a "speak easy" pro- prietor shot him Mallon has boon arrested at Fhcemrville Haguey had informed the authorities of Mai Ion's violation of the law The coroner's juiy in the case of Banker Ditmnn, who disappeared Dec 11 and whose body was found in the SchnyHdll, Jan 26, ai Philadelphia, rendered a uf inci- dental death by dronuing Seth Low has boon formally installed as president of Columbia College World's fair legislation at Albany is at a stand still The senate on Monday did not take up the assembly bill. The New York Presbyteiy by a vote of 08 to the revision of the uuud, in- cluding the recommendation to alter chap- ter 8 so include only the sovereignly of God in election, the general love of God for all mankind and the salvation in Chiist, and the revision of the tenth chapter regarding children dying m infancy and the damna- tion of the heathen. Four Stamen NEW Our TANS, Feb 4. The British steam- ship Glasgow, from Coatzacoalcos, Jan 29, reports that the BriUsh stodmship Black Prince, from Newport, Wales, at CoalM- coalcos, was detained off the bar at thai port from Jan 15 to Jan. 25 During that period a boat containing Cept. Mi I burn, while attempting to cross Coatzacoalcos bar, was swamped and two seamen drowiied. The boat that was cent from the Black Prince to rescue the occupants of thn first boat was also swamped, and the oocond offi- cer and one seaman of tbe boat were drowiied. Capt Mil burn and the remainder of the crew of the two boats wore rescued by a pilot boat, State to a Cable AT HAM Jfeb 4. ihe railroad commit, sioners have rendered a decision in the of the complaint of death by negligence on the Third Avenue Cable railroad of New York. The board makes several recom- mendations, which may be looked upon as veritable commands nnder the law They order that the guard rail oil cars be lowered to within one inch and a half from the gionnd, so that in csje of a falling he cannot be crowded or fall beneath the car. Tbe decision has been sent to the directors of road Faulkner Really Feb special from Dan- ville, N Y, says Inquiries have poured in here from New York asking the truth of rumors thut Gen. Lester Faulkner shammed death week to escape imprisonment Rav George IT Warn1, who nAVatpd funeral, knew the geneial well, and. both he and Dr Bacon, of at whow house Gen. Faulkner died, give complete as surances that the futeta of Gen. Faulkner's death and burial were stated in the United Preus dispatches of last woek Ine Express Company Host Pay Boston, Feb 4 tha suite of Frank W. Chandler against the American Krpi company for injuries to himnolf the death of his wife by being struck uu July 3 by a runaway team of the defendant oom- pnny, the Jtuy have awarded for his injuries and ttSQO in the of wife. walking Mateb. MinctifcsTicK, N. H, Feb. score for the first eight hours of a days' go---- yuu-please race here is follows- wright, 58 miles, Couuor, 88, Hegel man, GO, Davis, 60, Gneriero, 50, Tracy, 50, Golden, 49; Herty, 47: Tay- lor, 43 The Columbia Xlntnnl Banqnet, NFW YORK Feb 4 Columbia col- pn nlumni banquet at the Hotol Bruns- ivick lant night was largely attended, con- rpinions ftmonp those present being Pros! t OH r fth LOT. Bisliop Potter, George VV M D pii Tuhn Jay, Rov R. 8, it! of Cornell) Pat- T of Tinrvnrd; S JIm-itt- nntl F K 1 nl i i among I HE SPEAKER ANSWEREL Mr. Carlisle Defends the Action of the Democrats. HIS VIEWS OF MK Ul FITS SI lie Degciibea tha Pieseut Situation In llouse antl tbt Cnuatltn tlon the Constitution IB lor Majority WASIII fOTOH, Fib t An ndjnv> to the countiy explniuing the ptsitic n if the Democi atic members of the Louse baa been prepared by Carlisle nnd was signed by all of the minority niembt r to-day Ihe following is a digest of the ad drtss "The present situation in the of representatives is so anomalous, oni the u precedented decisions the speaker are so Vull of danger to the mtegnty of futun legislation, that we consider it our duty to submit a bllef statement of the fact-, m order that the propriety of tho course we have taken may be fairly detci mined The house met on the 2d of Ihs'l The same day the speakei was authorui J to np point a committee on rules auJ tht runs of the lost piecedlug house weie leftriod to the committee Ihe committee con mg of the speaker himself and four other members, WW appointed on the 5th daj of December and on the 9th it made a re- port authorizing the speaker to appoint nil the other committees and ikfinmg their ju isdiction. The committee on election-) to wliich was referred all cases involving the rights of members to tbur seats, nus op pointed on the Uth of December Like un Ordtnuj >Iectlng 4 Although nearly two months have elapsed since the committee ou rulea was appointed it has made no reportou tiie matters referred to it exupt tha partial one mudj on Dec 'I The house h is been during all tins time uud still is, m precisely the same condition as a popular meeting or a political convention in which thy cbaiiuiau and his p-uUsuus ab solutely control all the proceedings measuie can get before tho house foi ion alteration unless the speaker chooses to it to be pieseuted, and members have no means of knowing in advance what they ore called upon to discuss or decide 1 tns is the first time in our history that a legu lative av-embly has attempted to transact business for an} considerable period about a regular code of rulea The Speaker's Action. The speaker has repeatedly rofusid to en tertam parliamentary motions that have as legitimate r nix the government was established, and hen attempts have been made to appeal fnmi his decisions he has refused to submit tin question to the house his arbitral) rulings sustained in some instances by less than a quorum, he has subverted utari) every principle of constitutional and pmlia mentai y law heretofore recognised m the house This peisonal and partisan domination of Che house was submitted to until we became convinced that it was the deliberate pui pose of the speaker and his supporters to proceed without rules to oust the Demo- cratic members whose seats are contested, and admit their Republican opponents, whether elected or not Mr Carlisle then dfsjj-ibos the action of the speaker on the West Virginia election case, already familial to readers journal What the Constitution "The constitution United States provides that a majority of each house 'shall constitute a quorum to do business Another c'ause requires each house to keep a journal of its proceedings, nnd provides that when'One-flfth of the members present dcoiro it, tho yeas and nays thai! be tukcu ou any question and entered on the journal Since the beginning of the government the house and senate have construed the first clause of the constitution quoted above to mean that a majority of all the members- elect must be present and actually paitici- pate in the transaction of business, and that whenever, upon a call of the yeas and najs, it (ippwirM from th" journal that loss than the constitutional quorum had voted on any proposition, the vote was a nullity, and no further business could be done until the re- quisite number appeared and voted Every presiding officer in the senate, and every speaker of the house, except ths present one, has ruled that when less than a quorum voted on a call of the yeas and nays it was duty to declare that the pending bill or motion had not pawed. When the vote is not taken by and nays it is not entered upon the journal, but if any member the point that no quorum has voted the proceeding is a nullity, and the vote must be taken over. How Must Be Conatiued. "It Is a rule in our junsprudpnce that when a particular construction of a consti- tutluu ui a statute has been foi a long time acquiocced in, not only by those whose duty it is to execute it, but also by those whose personal and property rights are affected by it, the courts will recognize it as the tiuu construction enforce it accordingly He then quotes Mr Reed's own words, ut- tered wlieu Mr Reed was one of the minor- ity, in support of bin position Continuing, he says. "When, therefore, the present speaker decided that when the official record shows on a call of the and pays that a qnorm haa not voted, he ran count members present and not voting, and thus by his own aet, outside of tbe re- corded vote, determine that a measure has we considered it our duty to enter our protest in every form available to We are not contending for the right ot the minority to govern, as the supporters of the speaker have endeavorad to make the country believe On the contrary, we are denying the right of a minority to eject members from their seats or to pass laws for tbe government of the people He then points out tbe alleged evils that could result if SponW Reed's plan of ac- tion prevailed, and In conclusion "Constitutions are made to restrain majori- ties and protect minorities. A majority ruling without limitations or restraints upon its power is a pure despotism, and I Incon- with our system, of govei umenT Mr. smith seated. WASHINGTON, Feb 4 In the horjo Smith-Jackson contested election case again came up, and after a spirited fight, during which the speaker continued bin former tac- tics of counting Democrats present but not voting, Smith, Republican, was seated by a vote of 166 to (T Mr Smith was sworu   Mi Ciunp bell i.UO damages besides n uin.; nil thi cosU ol hib action iho Dm uiidoi btauds that Mr rarneli will rteeivu notoiil) tbe legally lecovtrablo but tbe rum ol whole exp n o he bus in curied in tla niiittei Iho c uxluslon is as hatisfuctoiy as it is fctiirtlinn I b public now onl> annitsn uiimbtirml a] Io0y ib making of n huh common ouiUsi should dictate Tbe Chronicle sajb the acceptance of Bmallei diimigis than a July wou d havt aw aided is a proof of gummo modulation for which Mr Faruell is tit tied to cit Jit Tho ieli bays it ib unpoBblble not to condema the negligence of Ihe limes lu be coming tBe dupe of a disputable lasc-a Tbe settlement is sati fattory and bhoutd bt taken to heart by both p u ties, and the coin mg session might all i 1 a dignified dis cussiou of a gi eat question without the de- bcent to poibonahtiob The Times SAJ sin icfercnce to tho settle ment out of court of tbe action brought against Ihe paper by Mi Parnell that aflei the withdrawal of tbo alleged Painelllet teis The limts clonrlj had no legal dettusi ami thei6101 c no alt in but to come to tetnifr or iiblclt b} tliu of a jurj Tho result, does uot aff ct the laigei question and it is most desirable that the icpol t ot tbe ecial commission when itbball be piebcutel to pailmmcnt be placed in th him Is of tbe public with the least pobbil 1 delnj (aloud n In Convention WASIUNC.TOV Feb be national cou vent ion of colored men met heieatnooi About OJ delegates ro present tbe largest i epresentntiv e co ol d men that ha-s met lu this countiy Delt jntes fi i in every btatt and torntoi y in tho Liuon, with the exception of llampshlie Vermont, jonnng New Mox Kwaad were iu uttuuduuce Til convention mcch f i tbo purpose of advanc ing the nit r sts of the olored lace in th countiy, is not connected with any political pitt) 01 (iced and is intended to bs stnctlj national in character Col PuryCirson of Washington, called tho contention to order, and stated that tho obj ct of convent en, among other things w is t upon ct ngress the passage ol tbe Blnn educational bill tbo p issago of tho Chandler election law nnd a bill for tho leimburse ment of tho Fieetlrnan's bank depoiuis Tbe convention tl en listened to n long ad dress prepaitd by Col Cnibon elected a temporary chairman an 1 for the day 1 lopcl Ainslfd AUBLHN, N Y, Feb Bord nprnnrl Fhnvi Knnn w Ii I prri frnni Seneca Falls y sterday, ame here last night Word was received by telephone to arrest Koon, who now languishes m jail Koon is 35 and the girl 17 ycai s old. i Makes Uie lives of m-iny people miserable, causing distress after eating, sour stomach, sick headache, heartburn, loss of appetite, a faint, all gone" feeling, bad taste, coated naa ton8ue' ana Of UlSlrOSS tue bowels. Dyspepsia does After get well of Itself. It requires careful attention, baling and a renjedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla, which acts gently, yet efficiently. It tones the stomach, reguMes the diges- tion, creates a good ap- Sick petite, banishes headache, j and refreshes the mind Headache I have been troubled with dyspepsia. I bad but little appetite, and whit I did eat uag distressed me, or did me h llttle 80od Altcr eatlng J DUrn would have a faint or tired, all gone feeling, as though I bad not eaten anything My trouble Was aggravated by my business, painting. Last oniir spring I took Hood's Bar- Biirariiii wMcn did mo nn StOiliach immense amount of good It give me an appetite, and my food relished and satisfied the craving I had previously experienced." GEOBOB A EAOB, Wifrtowit, Mass Mood's Qarsaparilla Sold by all druggets Jl.iutforfs Frepaiedonlj byC I HOOD CO, Apothecaries, Lowell, IOO Doses One Dollar JUST A A Grand A.gortment of Very Novelties in 1MBKOIDEKIKS Among which are entirely new de- signs never soon before, whioo we have jutt received through nveiiil of the largest Importing honnalnNeW Yo'k We guarantee that no finer nor bet- ter made Fmbroidtnies an in the market, and, tbove that we ate enabled to sell these bssntifal new Hsmbnrgs positively loner pricu chin any New York raUller is able to yon, no matter who they are, for we nought them for and are able to give itiiiiriiing to you. and compare our Embroideries with any others and compare priMS. P. 8 We hereby giveipe- cisl notice that the old Pa. and Umbrella! froiu 1889, left here for covering and repairs, must be called for within SO days from this date, or will be sold for January 15th. 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