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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VI IT. NO. 9430. TKKtfTON, W HONKS DAY AifTKKNOON, FRBKUAKY 5, 1890. TWO OHIO'S GOVERNOR HEARD. Campbell Testifies at the Bal- lot Box Investigation. QUESTION tU BY tX GOV. FORAKER Campbell Threatens Editor Halstead The Continues lu the Uouse at Bills for New Public Buildings In Cunnectlcut Introduced. WAMIINOIOV Feb Qoveiuor Cauip bell, of Ouio, m his evidence before the bal lot box investigating committee said that even aftci he denied any connection with Ihe contiatt Governor Foraker, in a spoocb tt MM lotto, had declared that he (Camp- bell) could not maLa an out and out denial of bis connection with the f i aud The wit- ness said he had learned that it was the in- tention of Mr Halstead to spring" tho ballot box paper on the public just previous to the election Governor Ompbeil went on to tell of the discov ery that Wood was the forger He had made every endeavor to flnd him but Wood had left towu Wit ness said ho believed that Wood had re- ceived monej to go away, from whom he had his suspicions Jx-Goiernor Fornker Interrupts Ex Govemoi Foi aker here intei rupted witness, asking him if be meant to state that Wood had boon furnished funds and spirited away in order to elude airest Governor Campbell replied that he did mean to make that assertion. Wood had been assiduously searched for, but he could not be found He was a poor man, and must have boon furnished money with which to get away Witness said he had never had nny connection with Wood, except m a letter which he had received while at Hamilton during the campaign This was signed "R. G and stated that the writer would like to see him (v> itness) about the ballot box Witness had not seen Wood nntil he was under arrest The Alleged Million Dollai Deal. Governor Campbell took occasion to deny charges that have been made that there was a million dollar deal behind the ballot box bill introduced by witness So far as witness knew there was no attention paid to the bill in Congress There was never even an attempt made to get the bill before the committee for -consideration The insinua- tion that there was a papei behind the ballot box contract with the witness' name to it, and thatthe latter was afraid to mnke a denial until he had obtained possession of this paper, Governor Campbell denounced as an unmitigated falsehood He also denied another insinuation which had been made Just before Wood's arrest witness had re- ceived a telegiam signed by Allen G Thur- man which led him to telegraph his attoi aey to postpone Woods arrest It had been insinuated on account of this telegram that Governor Campbell was not anxious for Wood's arrest Witness stated that it was partly at his solicitation that Wood had been arrested He Threatens Edltoi Halstead Governor Campbell, i eferrmg to Mr Hal- stead's charge about the stool gun contract, said that he proposed to have fairer treatment and something like justice in bin dealings with that gentleman In the future and he desired to serve notice to that effect (Jovornoi Campbell was shown the forced paper and alter examining it hfismH that it was utterly incredible to him how any man could look at the paper and think the signatures were genuine In answer to ex-Governor Foraker, witness said that when T C Campbell had asked him to introduce hjx ballot box bill witness had stipulated, without any controversy on tho part of Col Campbell, that the government should fix the price of tho bozos Tho witness did not understand that by the provisions of the bill the attoiney general should pay for each ballot box if tho owners demanded it He understood, and still thought, that the attorney general had an option on the price of the boxes The committee, after Gov- ernor testimony, adjourned for the day lu the Uouse. W AKiriMyrON, fceb o Mature ot the house was filibustering The blind chaplain in hiq prayui feelingly alluded to the be- reavements of both Secietanes Blame and Iracy The tactics of the minority were lepeated in their demand for the reading of the journal in full This being completed, Mr Springer declared that a part had boon omitted, but as Mr McK'nley was on feet with a motion that thu journal be ap- pi ovid, the speaker paid no attention to the gentleman from Illinois, but recoguized the Wader of the majority, who followed his first motion with a demand for the previous question, which was yeni, IBS, nays, 0 A number ot Democrats sufficient to make a quorum were entered on the journal as present and not voting The journal was 163, nays, 0, the speaker arranging tbe constitu- tional quorum as In previous instances At this point Mr Springer was recognized to make a motion tc adjourn. The motion was put and 114, nays, 161. The speaker laid before the house senate bills for reference, among them one to relieve the treasurer of the United States from the amount now chained to him nnd deposited with the several states The speaker referred this bill under the rules to the committee on ways and means, but Mr. Bland moved that the bill be refeued to [he committee on appropriations. The speaker at first declined to nntorUIn the motion, stating that nnder the rules the bill was clearly within the jurisdiction of the ways and rneana committoo. A mangle ensued, and Mr Bland's motion was put to the house It was yeas, V, nays, 151, the quorum was counted f in by the speaker as before Mr Flower, Hew York, moved that tha hill ba referred to the committee on judiciary The motion was 94, nays, 135 the first in this uul a parljr vote, eleven Republicans voting with the Demofff ats In the affirma- tive Mr. moved To refer the WH to the ways and mnaus committoo, and after a war of words tho bill wasrefened committee on ways and mews, without di- vision Then on motion of Wi the house, at 4 30 p m adjourned. Iu the Senate WASHINGTON, Feb after the consubiation of routine business the senate, nllir a discussion, ratified the Bsnioim tionty Bills were reported and placed on calendar for public at Zincsvillo nnd Yoiingstowu, 0, and VVatoi I Danbnry and New London, Conn s 100 (i xi boing appropriated in evh instmce A bill wns also imported appro- pnatmt; ooo for n bnlUIng at St, Al- bnni.Vt Mr i hill piowdlng foi HIP tidmipsion of the touirory of New MOXH o Kefeirea In 11 seciet FOBsion i ftppomlnipnts IMTO confirm I I 1 1> M i 1 1 i 1 u 11} of nuinloi in li i t i if t il'grout il the killing of Clara I'rico, near I "bjutted to tin i "ast November 1 of THE NEW HOUSE RULES Ai% Alleged Correct froreoast of the Rules uuiuilttee's Report NEW YORK Feb 5 Press says "Speaker Reed, Maj and Joseph G Cannon intend to submit to the house to- day the majority reportof the committee on ruies biom an authoritative source The Press has secured an absolutely correct fore- cast of the report It will recommend a code which eliminates all motions to ad journment over and to take a recess. When any proposition is under consideration but one motion to adjourn is permitted. Tbe speaker us clothed with power to refuse to entertain any motion which he may regard as dilatory, and he is warranted in diwrim inatmg as to whpthar nr not such motion La made for the purpose of obstructing public business Public as well as private bills are to be banded to the speaker and referred by him under the rules to the appropriate com mittcoa. Thus will many a valuable hour be saved. Heretofore bilk have boon offered in open house. The house calendar is to be ritspenood with, and all bills are to go to the private or union calendar or a committee of the whole. "Any house bill returned from the senate with senate amendments ran be taken up but once The comnuftoe of the whole is reduced to 100 Heretofore it has been a majority of the entire house The call of states for tbe introduction of bills is aban- doned The committee of the whole has a right to close the debate on any paragraph or amendment of a bill Heretofore the house alone has had this power The old morning hour for the consideration of bills presented by committees is to be restored. At the close of sixty minutes, if the matter under discussion is not a motion may be made to go into a committee of the whole 'and take up a given measure 1 he morning hour, if bepTteuded until the matter under consideration is concluded, even though it takes a week. "The code also contains a provision which authorizes the speaker to count those pres- ent and not voting m order to make up a quorum This plan has boon accepted for the past week or two and his action has bocn justified by rulings of other speakers and supreme court decisions THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Fresh Tips from the wires Carefully Culled. At Pittsburg, Pa in the breach of prom- ise case of Li77ie Bender against An- drew Dignal, the jury rendered a verdict for in favor of the plaintiff It is said that a syndicate of New York and Philadelphia capitalists hostile to Pres- ident Corbin has succeeded in purchasing a controlling interest in t linstock of the Read- ing Railroad company Among the mem- bers of the syndicate are John Wanamaker, Thomas Dolan, Mayor Fitter, Mnssrs. Elkina and Widener and a number of 8t-.ii.1aid OJ capitalists The Breckmndge Manufacturing com- pany, a concern engaged in making gas and kerosene fixtures, at Menden, Conn, has failed. The Jury in case of Capt Boyd, charged with manslaughter m canning the death of Loienzo Hayes, of Little Falls, N Y during a rjarroom fracas at Boyd's hotel, returned a verdict of not guilty Oliver struck, aged 73 years, publisher of The Democrat-Press, of York, Pa., and one of the oldest newspaper men in Pennsylva- nia, died Feb 4 of hi grippe Richard Croker has resigned the office of city cbHmlw'ain of New York dty because of pool health He will take a southeru trip The Wilson Plectrlo company, to furnish light, heat and power in the city of Kings- ton, N Y have filed papers of mcoi tion Their capital is placed at A motion for a new trial m the famous Snow Alley case has boen denied. The funeral of" Mrs Coppinger, Secrefai y Elaine's sister, Wnh 4, at Washing- ton. The remains were interred at Oat Hill cemetery The Slith National and Equitable banks at New York have opened for busmens Two Philadelphia Failures. PHH MiFTFHTi, Feb 5 Joooph P Mur- phy, manufacturer of Cotton and woolen goods, at Fourth and Cumberland streets, airaoiigunisnt UL> liabilities ai B estimated at not known. B rTamill Co worsted yam manufacturers, are also mid to be financially embanaasad. It is believed that the assets of Murphy will prove sufficient to cancel all liabilities. It is not yet known whether or not tbe mill be shut down. Over one thousand pemo are employed in the establishment The embarrassment of B Hnmill Co is caused by Murphy's failure Hnmill Co.'s liabilities are about and their as- sets Hore Ohio Democratic Victories. O, Feb 6 a special elec- tion for representative in this (Franklin) county to All the vacancy occasioned by the death of Hon. John B Hon. A D TTolT.ior OTSr lam Shoppard. AU but three give majority, which will In- crease to by full returns. Private from Browu and Clei mont coun- ties say that in that senatorial district at the special election to choone the successor of Senator A shburn, who died, Hon John M Democrat, elected over GoetliebBambach, majority, p-crying Brown by and CleruJunt by 800 A, Lodge Swindler FnnlshedT. N Y, Feb. 5 young rnai named George Taft, F. P. alias Thomas Man, has beenarrooted here ohaiged with swindling Rochester lodge No. 660, F nnd A M, lodge, IT of P, oat of money. He raurttmuf Mnwlf to be Mfunu ot tha Knigbteof Fjthlai, nnd b" defraud- ing Masonic, Odd Fallows, Knights of Pvth- And Ancient Order ot United Wv.k> an lodges all over the country. He flirt stole credentials from Midlothian lodge, IT of P., ot Temple, lex., and with gained ad- mfttencetosccreteof other lodges. ed giiilty and was sentenced to six In the penitentiary Yonnff Sbanahan Moves. AiKAnr, Feb William Shnnahan ion of ex-Superintendent of Public ghinnhan, was removed from his clerkship in the office of public by Supei dent Hannan yesterday, utd was immedi- ately given another position by Comptroller Wemple. me of Diphtheria. NKWBUHO, N Y Feb 5 children in the family of James Lockwood, on Carter street, were buried together here, all having died from diphtheria. Throe children in family named Grace, residing at Colderhuiu, have also BUieumbod to tkesaiut rH'-e- Hay Mate Flopen Married Oswi no, N Y Feb 6 Miss Alice Gib- con nn l Di T B Mflguire, aneloping couple wore married hero fivn who wore following iMin flio slip and wenf on Hoptno; couple having N Y for that lady's parents strongly it h. AWFUL DEATH PLUN3E A Construction Train Falls Sixty-eight Feet 1LN Ot 1111, kll II I) Sixteen Otlieis Were li Jut Tim I'.ii I, Was Keiideiid Lubufi b> It i i The Thrui Sulioi M i Killed Ntai St tluucl Miiiu SAN Lai TV I t "T received in this luin D tl Btatcs that a constiuutiuti U-uu uiUi i nit of laborers, which kft thuo t il iU tlack has gone a bri 1D inl t feet high Ten Killed Mil, 11 Injui I The engine over satd) 1 uL Iht teuder fell on the tub an 1 lu I tu i men and mjuied sixteen Gouductoi Fi tilth Lad his 1 11 1 I 1 biokeu Eugmcoi uus lullv I ui t and BiaUuuan Seely wu-i ulso inj n I rtuse of tht Hoi i i A tram n ith time dottoi 1 It I i 11 bcene of the acuduit, which u UM 1 il u a mile and half wtst of CubLil 1 U Wasco touuty llio i ul ul unsafe by the late heavy i in live Persons Iliulh Injimd KAHKIKEE UN Kb 1 1 u us were badly injured Unto of tleii) v, I fatullj a wieik neui Ftot IK on I i Ilimo s Central loid IUL Unit i v crashed into tht. cabojs of a 1 U tin overturning the stove Hi t tl car Iho taboisc an 1 n c ir f i t Inn dlse were destroyed h 11 tl car were badly mjm d HIHII iu i 1 Hiram Goodwin of K. nil il I tl L broken below tho knees an 1 11 j u lit condition tntii.il VI Ku n of bheldon Ills leg Irk n in 1 1 wn limbs paral} dtd 111 Lhiisti.ux 1 1 injured internally Mi ot diliiui Ills, mjuied internally V i ti in Sheldon was also bwdl} n juicd Tht Peoiin Ulsmttr PEORIA Ills lei I hi. b IKS of i gineei Hliam N ille, 1 it nit n U lin n aud Brakemait LI.WIS who kill I in the wreck heie bj tho wi} t tl Fiona and Pekm uni u v i tl Illinois river, have not 3 ot b c u in v i I The bodies of Neville and b n fastened with ropos Psotiaco of tht 1 o of O'Brun has yet been 1 und aul the MI position is that he jumped tiom tlit. c n u 1 is now under the whole mass of wit Three Stctioil Men Kill, tl bT CLOUD, Minn 1 eb noi lITb mi I Northern Pacific passenger train Mi ml n hand cai betn oeu here ami Cleai Like 1 ill ing three section men The M iiutoba mid Northern Pacific tracks are elf so tc0Uli i and the men had lifted then fioni tl t Manitoba to the Isortheru Pacific ti i L to avoid a tram approaching ou tho f mi i road live Men Scalded PHILADELPHIA Feb 5 explosion of a boilei on the fourth floor of tlit, 1 lis j Eleetnc Light company's buildm, No 10 Sansom street, resulted in st ilumg u d otherwise injuring five men in shows that the head of the boiler ha 1 Mow n out, aud those who stood near it H ti o m >i VL Ajildod Tho nijuiclww to a hospital Theii names iiie Booth, Chai les Herron, John Bnsliell Jam Abbey, of No 107 Spencu stiect, Biojkljn N Y., and William Herron ChulesHtr ton and Booth were seveiely sx ililed no u their faces and hands Bushell leeeivida contusion of the light vviibt by fulling from thetopof the boilei and was also slightly Abbey and William Hen on  st i u t 1 Mi "D i 11 a t n i i i i i I toll i 1 n i ot the mui I I il U Ij i i I Ih i tn tu hi h s u i t i 1 Mis 0 D i n 1 s t tl a L C ihe I tear ll n j _, a f tlie l nil id th b h ul l W I I si ill el to I iti 1 1 L n s I ui l ill 1 th mui 111 l i ml l jd} un Ih il l H i 111 u i l i-, t H n-, ll nut e n mis und n lut km bl I iu it lay noui the mill t l li il sojn Chulkl 1 Lull 11 he to d him t it ni s t all, i 1 Coney ausn i el (Hi t 1 B lu gnng into tl In tl I l n 1 i 1 at gills UlUldel ed iu 1 ml iiij m uij me As si on ca t'i i fe t n t tl h i 1 Cuiuy weiitt ti >tii n i) in I su 1 i !iui afiuid to upji I i th y L. L ii[ stalls Lo Cone> I 1 111 vo b n leu the} havo g t tie ke} i 11 1 cue 1 ill s diawory (Jn t n 11 a eh bt J L ne) boil tho money H Iso ti 1 ut a pocket u 1 ]ium0 it s i 1 1 iui ik dod, it am l all 11 uei I ink bills m thi i 1 tn s il i I Hint he saw blood Is u 11> the 1 i II ui tth n ill m 1 for tho day SECRETARY TRACY RECOVERING ille rumt U Selvuis the Kemiilns of tlie i I II (lien Id h cietar) Triuj n is i n e I" t th it o mans on lilt t i lav nil in I u inifr ii in, Ih i L ullbuixpt 1 A mcsbagi ol e il I i to rec ne 1 from yue-eii Vii tu n i fii ml sei HI s r or the lemtuns 'li li iu 1 h i i weiolieldui tl u 1 i t i in of use it 11 1 tl H n mi I II i i i n i li. i "U i i f i J 1 a- hi 1 H I il f u i VI liacy See ittu i in 1 n 1 i t i N >lile an I Rusl Vlt i j t i ii M 11 i I stuns i C.en eral U inn i ml Intel Till 1 v ib Iliepaii leal is fur Jllss liu h u i 111 1.1 s Tho Selnlert qiuut t H l l t ai d us 1st 1 at tlie bul M ll iiUimint t uk place at tli 1   is a Jiurc II you have made up your mind to buy Hood 3 Sarsapanlla do not bo induced to take other A Boston lady, whoso example is worthy imitation, ttlls her to below In ono store where I went t buy Hood s Sarsapinlla the clerk tried to induce me buy their own instead of Hood's, he told me their s would last Ionizer, that I might take it on ten 10 Get days' trial that if I did not like it I need not pay anything etc. But he could not pievail on mo to change I told him I had taken Hood s Sarsapariila, knew what it was, was satisfied with It, and did not want any other When I began taking Hood 3 Samparilla 1 was feeling reil miserable with dyspepsia, and so weak that at times I could hardly Hood stand. I looked like a person In consump- tion Hood B Sarsaparllla did mo so much good that I wonder at myself sometimes, and my friends frequently speak of it MBS. FTTA A Torraoo Strcot, Booton. Oaroaarilla Sold all druBglstn gl abcforgd ireparodonly by C I HOOD CO Apothecaries Lowell 100 Doses One Dollar JUbT ARRIVED AI A I (l i' A Grand Assortment of Novelties in IIAMUUHCUi, Among which are vuthely LOW Blgna never seen before, which we have received through several of the largest importing hottm in New York We guarantee that no finer nor bet- ter made Embroideries are in the market, and, above all, that we ate enabled to toll these boaotlfu' new Fambnrga at positively lower prices than any New York retailer In able to offler to yon, no matter who they are, for we cought them for and are ab e to give surpriaing bargains to yon Call and compare Oflr Fmbrolderta with any others and compare prices. P. 8 Notice hereby give ipe- cial notice that til the old Parwla and Umbrellas Irom 1889, left here for covering and repairs, mnst be called for within 30 from date, or will be sold for January 15th. WAUJS', 10 ate City Ila" Frcsei ts t tl c t It t I t n THE1 AXATIVEAND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE OF rim FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal of phuts kncmn to be most bertefiLial to the human sjsttm forming an agreeable and effi_ctne Hxatne to peima- nentl) cure H-ibitual Consti- pation, ind the nun> ills de pending on a weak or inactne condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. If ib tt most excellent remedy known to "LEKNSE THE SYSTEM EffECTUALLY hen one is ft li s or Conslipated m PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW ery one is using it and all are delighted ith it ASK YOUR DRUOOIST FOR j.- t MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN CAL, NFW vnnf N 1. Bptclal H. BKAgT KY, COUNSELOR-AT-T.AW, 143 Street, Trenton, M. J. I K. fTlWlN FISCHER, Han removed to 216 BAST STATE 3TB.RK1, door to Library Hull JOHN H. BAUKKS, OOUNSM-OE-AT-TAw, Riumr BuiLWNs, corner BUte wurren Streetff AW H Safe Depodt Truit Oo 98 Wen BUte Trenton, N I. HAIR ON LADIES' FACES, On Qentlmnen B cheeks aboye the beatd line, between the eyebrowi. moles, warts rednow ol the nose, etc., destroyed forever, without pain or Bear, by the Electric Needle Operation, by DB TH08 D. BOQAN, 1826 SfBDOB PBJI DXLrniA bee. to all who come bum a-dtgtvnce The old DB. BO A RDM AN a not dead He IB the only Doctor of that name thpt ever lived m Trenton 40 WKHI FBONT onoon, PHntrea and Oenerftily., JlTTTRO PAIKW (ATL and Centre W i. ooot Shoe uuuTOM WORK A   experience The mate- rfali "BATAAH (XT for ConohR Told! Crtiup and A-thma, "yisVKB AND A6DB AND MAI ARIA "PKKUViAN BARK Bin the and W. Comer State war.e OFFIOI J A M> (FOnit Boon i Bi j, Bye a 96 NOBrH V. Ji J, B, i -acoTd pHII.AnKI.PHTA, PA. The iMtf'nc In Youthful Impru- dence. Tonnj mtrri-fe Mnd for Book. Sent on .eoeiplof M tin 1 F, u, F. u, P. M. OUiltl on Job at Umbrella and Valise YORK SUN 00, 92 BO and 00 IIAlTI-H, 15 State SUset. 3TKWAKT HAMMOND ITS AKK i i fcnuCATOKS, SUCCK-SSFUT. SFKCIAT.ISTS, NO SMArihEING, OF TRAINING. y Progi" NO NONSPNSE in It. Tewhmg, Indivldn.l The Shorthand Department BECHNS MONDAY. SWPT. 2A. For Catalogue, 1HOMAS J Blt-WAkf, PRISCIPAI, Boz N. J. 1O and 12 South Grenne Street. Decorating and Fine Art School, No. 140 SOUTH BROAD STREET, 7REMON, N. J. Urayon, rastel "rawing, Oil and Water-Color Painting. Drawing from the Cast and SHII Life aluo, Ihorongh Instructioc m Designing for open Decorative and PRACTICAL ART. Gentlemen, for Lidiea Prlzis will It awarded eveij throe monthi as follows 1, Fine for hot Drawing from Cast, CUsa 2, for the belt Ds- u of a Decorative Art Subject, iictn4f Apilicants may enter Clauses tt 4 Open every day TUITION, per I PROPHlBrrOh LOOK DOT FOR BARGAINS We have purchased the store North of us and intend to build on the two lots Ihe lincsl Olorc in Ircnlon! We moat get nd of oar stock to do thu, RHADY-MADIi CLOTHING! I L J I v INJ I i I I I INJ C J t 4 C JC J I MUHCIIAN l TAIU4HNO WII.T. BB 10 NOK1II GRKhNK Advertise YOUR "WANTS" v; I or   

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