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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VIII. NO. 11 WAS A SUPERB DINNER Camegie Banquets the Presi- dent and His Cabinet. NEWS 01' I HP, SENATPAM) HOUSE Senators Cliundlur and Cull Have An other lilt Our TUeli Lite Uupleai- ailtiicss l'i iirdon fin (.en Kilpat- rlrk s Widun r .liic.nl..mil Kill TKKNTON, WKDNttSDAY AFTKRNOON, FKHKUAKY 26 1890. TWO ioN Feb dinner las' night b} Mr uu gi to the piosident anc cabmet an t t i 1 uul oSiurs of the iutenmtii i al Anglican cmfcieuce was piobablv the tn st mpeibafFan cf thokluc ever given m the btat s ihe uove and un que nnangtm.'uts planned by him were carried out by Mr William E Curtis, the extcutiv ofllcu of the mteinational conferencL I lie effects in ftural decoration and table servic- were superb Ih) walls of the new squuie dining room at the Ar- lington hotel HI e literally banked with spring flonir-. until it looked like a seen from fany land Ihe table was an exact circle, thnty six feet in diameter A Gn Atolls Dinner lable Covers wtrc hud for forty eight gentle- men The c ntei of the table was a mam- moth four ed er of maiden hair fern over which 1 a silvei lamp, the brnhancj of which wia softenec by festoons of si am ej that di ooped into the laaldeu hnir The of an spaces between the leaves of the clover were filled with sohc masses of uiclnls tulips and crocusses, there being thousands of blossoms which were colhctn! in iNcw Orleans Mobile Sa- vannah, Pensaolu Jacksonville mid other cities of the south, as wtll as m the houses of Philadelphia, New York, Newport and Boston The bill of faie was unusually simple Amonj he wines and champagnes served wcie 'TwcKe Apostles' sheiiy and some rare old Maduia Ihe menu was engrav c in script upon heavy beveled bloeks of pa- pier mache Ho Flench teiois were used In the upper left hand comer of the block wore the initials of Mr Carnegie in two shades of green, while the name of the guest was bj a new and peculiar process blown iu glass at the bottom Music tilth the Menn During the diuner a vocal and instru. mental concert was given_jnste id nf t> e ordinary orcnesti al nrusic Al le Marie Decca, tbafnmouscantialic Miss Elizabeth Johnson, Mi Herndou Morsell and the Schubert quartette gave the vocal numbers, Mjgs Alice Kuymond lendeied with gieal effect a come I solo Mr Ernest L ut played a solo on the vtolincello, Messis Elkstem and Andrews a duet loi zitheis, and Mr Xaudei pi esided at the piano rhere were no formal speeches. Senatm Cull Called Duwn. WASHINC.TON, Feb The senate today had auotnu animated discussion of the charge th it Mi tall had interpolated re- marks in the uihual report of the pi oceed- mgsof the senate Ihe lesolutiou offered by Mr Chanel In ceusuimg Mr Call was taken up and Mi Sherman moved its refer- ence to the committee on privileges nnd elections Chandler Accused nf Cowaidrce. Mr C all stati d as a matter of pel sonal pnvUege, that ihe Washington Pest con- tained an aitieljtlis morning with head- lines. "Call's Bitter R He bhpped a Paragraph Into 1 he Congressional Eec ord 1 hat, Mr Cull said was a falsehood He had slipped into ihe Congressional Rec- ord nothing that had not been in substance' uttered on the floor of the senate He gave notice to the senator from New Hampshire, who had arraigned him by the resolution, that he (Mi Lab) would airaign him {Mr Chandler) belor the senate, and would de- mand an investigation by the committee for making an accusation that was untrue He (Mr Call) would convict the senator on evidence ol bis owu that he did hear and know that he (Mi Call) had uttered on the floor ot the senate substantially the whole of the chai ge contained in the pal agraph He would not a k Ihj censure by the senate of the senator liom New Hainp hire, but he would leaie him to the just judgment of public opinttn throughout the country for having heaid his (Mr Call's) remarks and having had neither the courage nor the maiiiii od to resent them Mr bherman declared that the rules of the senate had just been violated by the senator fiom Florida in as Bioss a manner as he had over witnessed. When the senate of the Uuited States came to such a condi- tion tint the charge of cowai dice could be applied to a senator, and that a senator could be charged with stating a thing falsely, it seemed to him that the senate was receding from the dignity which had dis- tmgu siied it from the foundation of the government Mr I have violated any rule of the senate by any observations which I have made today or formerly, I withdrew them, and I apologize to the senate Mi will not reply to the gen- tl-mnn from Florida thm moming m unpar- liamentary language. The complaint which 1 made was that the senator had inserted in his remarks woids which he had not uttered, ihe senatol wrote language in the reportao- cusiug me of all the crimes In the decalogue, and he has now, this morning, charged me with bc'ing a coward foi not leplying to that which I did not hear, and to that which he afterward wrote iu The Record report When the senate hag decided on this stage what it is parliamentary to use I will take occasion to defend myseli from all lilu Mr Sherman's motion to refer resolution to the committoo on privileges and elections was agreed to. Ihe senate then passed the bill granting a pension of a month to the widow of Alaj. Cren Judson Kilpatrir-k rlie Educational Bill. At 3 o'clock the educational bill toitn up, and Mr. Coke adfressed the Ben- ate in opposition to it He fid the bill violated the constitution, nnd as a of policy was unwise niischievotm If the common school system could be token in charge by the national government there Uo subject of state jurisdiction that would not be brought under the power of congress An to the school facilities ot the south, Mr Coke said they were being en- larged every day. Ihegeuatehas confirmed the nomination ofUemyB Hebaid, postmaster at Roches ter, if Y A public building bill increasing the ap- propriation for Paterson, N J was intro- duced. In the Houflr. WASHINGTON, Feb A -In the house the bill to discontinue the of the one and five dolla. gold pmeos nnd tho three nt nick 1 piec-j wus p i I Mi Itnitme (Nev cnliuliipthn bill mit lln duct toi of Ihe mint t i m in 111) 1 I nn i III 11 ut oln i 1 n inn old II taini 1 nh h I now ol Hi i ohoulfUi n i hrmgo of th d t n e thosdvei dollar Mr (III] that as now designed the eagle toe olcie.j. ambled a Mr. Boer wo tiust to "bo eliminate 1 Ml Bin tine teplicd tin t he did not set uud i stand it The bill passed Un motion of Mi Hutteinorth a bill the steretar) of Mute t appoint tno suitable pcisom t 1 t i 11 let feit Jl nays 1 1 Pui I lugfurthu at turn the house' adjoin ncd Charles B Ciatnp of tho well kiuwn firu of Philadelphia shipbntlrl ts wis mtenj gated bj tV niPiub is ot tnu lions coin nilttte on iffans concerning tlu uoeds of the new ntvy M Crdiup x 11 ssed his b aof that the prna'o slip building him of the e uitiy could d> j tho woi k e ingress be willing ti) j i vide for Ho thought thdte would bi IK dllhculty m the heaviei artnorei vessels cont mi lated if c ngress would up propi late enough moiiov Tne house committee on claims hasauthoi ized a favorable 16] 11 on a bill l lliif. foi the pijin nt of tho liemh spoil tio clat us Hie histoiy of theso remarkable claim dates b ok to 18JJ, when the) were flrsf i pol ted to the house by Repieseut itive (ril s in behalf of a select eonuulttei appoint for th ir investigation Since that linn have b en ippurted to thj house ably bt-veial tunes- Twice bills foi the re liof of thts claimants have pass d botl nous s me by President Polk aut one by Pr sident Pi i u ihe claims i ri., uttd dunug Lhe Hai be twetn Franc when the Unit States la 1 1 t p ifjim the guirantv eon tajne i m thu treaty of alliance with }M an( Fiance iotaliated bj the dcsliuetion i thousands of oui vcss and thecouuscat (i of ih approprmtionicquiiee to stttld th sj claims is estu lated at tb (10 I 000 to 110 Chicago and the Several piesontatlvesof Chicago's inti-r ests in the Worlds fan matter app an v idu lor holding the fun a Chicago flits men ai e anxi ms t have the section oi the bill providing fu the holding ot the fair under a nation charter eliminated and a substitute pel mi ting a state mcorpoiation mserto 1 fh want the lucoipomiois to be from the stat of Illinois, half to be appointed by the gjv eruoi and half by thy mayor of Chicago Presidential Appointments. WASHINGTON, Feb president hi sent to th benate the following nominations Harold M. Sewal of Maine, to be con sul geueial of th United States Apia Mr is the young Demo crat who occupie the same office u der the late adnn istration, but w h incurred t h e dls pleasure of Seere tary Bayard be cause of his vigor o us attempts ti maintain the right of Americans I HAROLD M. SEWETT. u understood tha he was called home at the demand of Bis marck, who thought he knew too much con cermng the German conspiracies to gral Samoa Other nominations were as follows To consuls of the United States Henry W An drens, of Ohio, at Hankow, John Fowler of Massachusetts, at Ningpo, VI illihm B McCreerj of Michigan, at Valparaiso, Johi Steel Tnells of Pennsylvania, at Naples Charles E Fitch to be collector of in ternal revenue Twenty eighth district ol New York The senate in executive session has con filmed the lumiimhon of Postmaster Henry b Hebard, (it Rochester, N Y A Statne foi "Tippccano" Harrison. TVASm-xGTON, Feb house com- mittee on the hbrarv has authorized a favorable report on the bill introduced in the house by Mr Caldwell, appropriating for the erection of a monument tc the late President William Henry Harrison at North Bend, 0 A report accompanying the bill states thnt tha distinguished publrc services of Mr Harrison, through a number of the most trying years in the early history of this counti y, and notably military achievements, his prominence and ability as a statesman in the capacity of governor ol Indian territory, member of congress, state senator and president of the United States renders a monument necessai y as a tribute t  c'nl hen T. i o n! n f I ,11 D j Ins, T j n vKlinh firj piiii r n j Mn, dysentery mid dlcrrhcea gtipfng In (hi bowels, wlml By Riving hmlth to tho VVJ A BASEBALLSENSAI ION Is the Association and Brother hood to Combine? L11IVM HlhliONhOrlOMLMIO' It In Saul That If Li hane the Nd loik Lt ague learn In the South tli Will Bmak tho Natlomi Neua Nrw Fell ,'0 4 special to Th Press from Columbus 0 sajs Baseba Clicks in tins vKinit) are much agltutt over a prob ibl c imbmatioii between th Bi e thci hoo 1 an 1 the American associatio as i g mist the L a0ue 1 he sentiment hei is m of it nud although the otlicia hero are veiy reticent sufficient tins bee learnc 1 to knon th it such n combine is no fast cijstiil.z ig Ihe cause of tlus is th ct the Men Yolk League club tospl Lehano ij fioni the Columbus club Li hane iee utl> leloased by the Buffil club to the Columbus, the relc ise being pi o mulgeit 1 b) Piesldent Phelps Vn Indk itlon of the Combine Pie ident L zarus of the Columbus club a tcl Aihe L ithini Chic ig mg he w much woul I tak foi Ha lunis uiiciind lion il release N r s IK t> this- Crwks olnui bus econ 1 bicnaii came to Co uuibu anl is acting in the eharact r of an emls siry Lit l d velopments th it B lid win isti p ij 11 Columbus tlu C >luml u club pa) mi; lei thei ho 11 the annu it i adianc jud to Bill'nm Ills Is accept' as nn indie itlo i thiit tli j c unbinntion most It not intlielj, It eted Tin Li IIKUI aniiot limp Lt hanf ector Cohen qi estio icd in thi subject said tint if N Yoik enticed le hauo away it ul 1 prcciLit the suibiiti n iu IMS ball jet as! t 1 i tha n cant a Irul between the Ass eiatiol an I i tl llieod and the bidding o the n; ti ill Unlecuitut he aisueiei 3 hut in SUL.II a manner as to 1 us lly-doubt lilt such Is the e-as rin issniiiition mil withdraw i Buckenberger who is m th eist tel aphid President Lazaiusvost i laj that Li In ne was in the south and w ul pin tho NIK at Gtmrleston S C and to Phelps presld_ritof thu Am l can assxmtion get weird t) Lehaue 1 Lehan pins York in tho south it nil cause tho immediate withdiawul ot the association Horn the Nationa agreement, audTnny will then publicly an nouuce the directors ot tin Columbus club notified Lehane that i he does not sieii the Columbus contract b' the i7th lust they will blacklist him SPORTING NOTES Mike Kellj Kefuses a Yoik'H New leaui NEW YORK, Feb bun in it. sporting that Mike Kelly ha bein oflered by President S] ildm0 to join the C hl  list and move up one peg Bancroft Ghera'rdi, Daniel L, Brame, George B. Belk- nap, David B Harmony and A K If Ben- ham as rear admirals, with John Ir win head ing the list of commodores. l He Father, Mother and Sweetheart. NEW HAVFN, Conn Feb 26. Rev. Frank Kahler, of Bouthmgton, Conn who com mitted suicide near Allentown, Pa Sun- day, was educated at the University of Penn sylvania and at Yale While at Yale ho lost by death his father and mother and the lady to whom he was engaged to be married. He suffered from melancholy, and was advised by his physician to take a long rest He was about returning from a visit to Pennsylvania at the time of the suicide Sugar Kepoit for 1888 and 1880. NKW YORK, Feb 26 and fihray, sugar statisticians, have issued nn mfflysls of the sugar refining business for 1888 and 1889, from which it appears that tho totat :onsumption of sugar iu tho United States for the two years was tons Profits on refining were %e per pound. The trust refined about threc-quai ters of the total Jroduction, and its profits wore atxmt or over iS per cent on its nominal Capital Anderson's History" Dropped. BOSTON, Feb 20 school board last night, by a vote of 18 dropped "Ander- son's History" from the list of text bookn This is the book which has caused so much .rouble In city politics for the past two rears, on account of its i inferences tore- igioun mattei s. E P boavor was re elected superintendent of scheiols. TBarrt and Hull Tli Id Trial LAHOASIMI, Pa Fob 21 i Hard, of tlu Lit Kiln Isitioml 1 nl nd Hull his i y oli ifid nith ill i il nkof Cl'ii0 U li 1 i 1 (II I nl 111 Tli" f i 11 i iij f> of F r I1 l c K n ni flo ittlc irmrotlmn tho nip >tlvn functl'i's Mid OK ate bile Ayer n Cherry Poctornl, on tho contrary, wM'e it the rough, not In- iti the tonotlont of tUher ilamaoh or EMPIRE STATE GAR Gen Alter s Hearty Ilect Scry Ite Ft nslon WarmU lutoitd SYRAIIM. N Y, Feb j Ih twenty third annu il encampment of tlu Yor department of the Grand Ai ni) 1 tho Re public i pen d here at 11 a in and th city decomtel itself lavlshl) f i thoicci sion Gen Russell A- Aljjor T miinandor in-chief reached the city n i li in nftei th session besiin Kith Ljvett f New Jersey who is hu i tnef of staff a i 1 in com mand to himself Among ther prom nent men pies ntareGren Hem V Baruum Qeu Mai tin McMahon and C-ou Riclmr Day, of N w York, Gen. J hu C Robinson of Binghamton, Coip Janus i aimer, o Brookl) u Gen John A R nnl Is, Rochester G n N M Cuitis t Og lens burg, Past Dcpaitmeut mm melt rs Pa mer, Treadnell and Coiliss f -Ubany Hedges of Haverstraw, (met ood, of cott, Floyd Clarksou, of Ni w York, Josep W Kay of Brooklyn, and Deputmen Commander II in iiou Olark if Nnwich Chaplain L N Beaudry, of East Albanj opened the encampment with prayer and T JT Fuller, of this cit) made the address o welcome, D iitm nt Coinmanler Clur responding Ju t as tho annual leports wer being present it Alger, accompau by a number ctHeorsand by aiceoptio committee entei ed the hall and were escor ed to front s fats amid cheers thnt ahnos shook the bull In lesponse to rep calls an 1 up n mvitatiem of the dppaitinen comman 1 i tin g neial stepped upon th platfoi m and 111 ule a r using speech Tho lepoits sh that the past yea siucssfnl one to the 01 gamzitim D paitiiientCommander Clai in his annual address alluded to the pensio question as lollows The pension ciuestie lb one in which we ire all very much inter ested I niosf earnestlj believe in the surv ice pension lull Our soldiers deserve it and tho prosp rlU t the country, brough about and in untaiii 1 by thoir brave a tions can will nlti ill il and the bill shou become a law Ihe candi 1 itis for state commander ar Maj rioj 1 Claikscn Iron Martin T Me Mahon ol New ml Jose ph W Kaj of Brooklui C 1 J Uesleybmith pusi dent ol the H i n st ii bank, New was also m thi fl II but hewithlrewn Clarkson s- fivoi This morning Claiksoi was iiommnte 1 hj C >l Smith McMahon a Gen H Barnum in 1 Kay by David U Quick, p ist coiiuiiaii 1 r of Harry Lee Brookhn Th outlook is that Clarkson will be the m d panment commander o tho stato of Ncu _trk Alfred I yth of tlu ilkeson post, Ludul und li mm E Webb the us sembly sergeant ut u ins are the candidate forsenioi vi i mum n kr Lyth seems tc have a majoi ity nt the delegates and hla is conliiuntU iredicted, thoug] Webb is likelj to usli him hard Tlie Ilvlief Corps STRAeisH. N Kb _b Ihe Relief Col i s of tho depaltmout of the state of New Yoi lv b gun their seventh anuua meeting here Mis C B Nichols, o. Auburn p ist president Itlivered an address and was it Honed by Mrs flmma Hovel, o Syracus in an ad Iress of welcome Mrs Sarah C Mink of Syracuse, departmen president, a leviewof the organization and woik ol the coipi Fifty live eorp have been organized dui mg the last thre years Iheru are 111) cmuo in the state with a me nbership of 4 There is e balance in tho treasury of 878 15 Reso lutions of al egianoo to the Grand Army o the Republic were adopted In the evening the corps gave a reception t the delegates to the Giand Aimy encampment A Iiig Flood lu Ohio CIKVUXAND 0, Feb to thin city from Mt Vernon Lima mdlay Sprlnglleld and other points -in Uhio reporl great dam ige by high water, an 1 the floodi are constantly increasing Ihe roadsaboul Springfield are badly embarnass 1 by wash outs, the New York, PeniisjUanii ant Ohio, and the Ohio, Indiana and Western suffering tho most At Iain n a smal itation on the Cincinnati Hamilton anc Dayton i aili oad, the south bound Cmcmnat express was saved from i mining mto a washout by the vigilance of a farmer, who diBcovereel tl at the bridge bad been cameo away At mdlay collars of piommenl manufHCturmg establishments are floodee and the contents ruined Damage has boon done to the natural gassupplj of both Find lay and Fostona by the cairying away ol pipes All pikes and loads in the lo- cality named aie in an impassable condition bwmg to the carrying away of culverts and bridges At latest reports the water still rismn with prospects of gieatly in creased losses Siiah Altlieu Teriy on Trial SAN I Feb 8n Althea Terry is on trial in the United Htitesdis trict court for contempt in vilifying the judges and resisting the olll i rs ol the court while Justice Field was reading the ion against lerry in Septemb r 1889, at which time feny attackul Marshal Jrankd. The trial attracts but IHt e attention ihe pistol found in Mrs. Terr> s sitehel at time of her arrest was pioduc 1 m court When the deputy marshal showed the pistol Mrs. Terry rose and shouted, I hat man killed my husband 1" She stinted to repeal the declaration, when she was induced by her counsel to t ike her seat The hearing is nearly concluded The Billiard Toiirn NEW YOIIK fcflb JB eighth garner! the billiuid t  to r rf only flood's Oarsaparilla loMbrMldruggtito Prepvedonlr hyC. I. HOOD Wilt. l-i niui (Ink Hiing.'d Iu 111 .1, (-lllll ril is in HI y rtnislct 111 til 1 10- splK b) Ujvun i lioavei nashaui, Ih ie today 1 01 tilt mui lei )t Uiovei lanl Unik vci) us, but n et his futi with i iiutiM) calmiifu an 1 t jrtt tudc Tho pirtuiK b tn tu ihu murdurti and hit i ,j tathei wus n it huvinu; ixtusvlt e unt (Jatk uiisi in u t d onciicuins in tml Mliiiii ml ilio jieoplu wtu ub ut eviul) tin uli 1 is to his gmlt Sliuiitf (nt I win leuilit, ti il le iila I 1, vii.i i liiuvei tt uioi nt u ot Natun i Oun 1 IcmihjHaiiia to kiinid Ihe jail An Attinipl at Tiuln Wricking is U rt-b Vu attempt hits Jlist Utu ,11, h t wreck thu Innltol txpltsu i n the 1 ittsbuiL, I oil iiudtli ig railioad V h avy iron bar was plu  un assi, un nt hus sued II n M 1 st i! Mint! s t i I s MI ui tiiij., t Hit' suit is 1 g Jilt of Mi Cui malt's II list si f un i t u iu wnlth Mi 1 u In i n i ti is to the tin il a I UK is mil r I st i, ni 1 i i ui I i mil has I i u 11 m i i i 1 I t i Ih s att st nat j M i I ulii Inn .Us I i h 1 b I h nl in 1 j n I n I In i I i i s l ashi i n i t I U 1 i I nk i i i tl h i )ii in li li ii i, in i h 11 i lilt i I I u l i I 1- Mm 1! I l i t i i n n 1 i l l lo tl ill I I i 1 U 'i i j i n win L call i iu I i in i n u tl is HU u it t SitlJ Iguialily i I I I, I) United Stales C  Hou- ILN'S special process this be attained HOITFV no inj ir xia efT u o l nd nlwuyfi ma I pouoHMii Iho Brant s of ion tlimnrv iiijmem No wondor thornfirr (t al n all parts ricnmnii'nded by meilloulmi-n, InitraU often ond or other coconi or for dally me by children or and ilck, rich und poor A.k f r V AV H ILIII.V a undwfcn Si '1KIMMINCJS AND NOTIONS. Grandest ainplay of Trimmings, Oonii, Fancy Goods, Hosiery, Gloves and Undei wear ever before shown In this oily, of almost every- thing that goes to make np a flrat-clafw store, iraoh u Kephyio, Geiuiantown Floss, Blbhona, Jewelry, Chenille Oriiamentn, Kancy Fringe, Fmicy Tidies, Buttons, Gimps, Collars, Cnfls, Embroideries, Felte, race Perfumes, Combs, Bnmhes, Nail Tooth i f All the leading makes of Including tho celebrated C. P. Co.nat Forrls Waists for T adioB and Ml All the mnst dwirnhlp of Underwear for Ladies, GentB and Children Camels Hair, Medicated Scarlet Natural Wool and Merino Qoodo a full wwortment and at that ulll be satisfactory to all. S. S. 123 and 125 N. Greene Street. HAMMOND iMMFDiAih ITS AKK C WOKKKKS. f> N0 NON-F.88KrfilAT.fl, NO NONSENSE m its COUKH.. 
                            

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