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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               V you vm. NO. LBKNTON, FKIDAY AKTKRNOON, FEHKUAHY 28. 1890. ri'WO I HA I SENA IE LEAKAGE. Reporters Refuse to Answer Questions Asked. WHERE I'HFIKNEWS! Correspondents Taken to task, but the bet ret t BeHdfun Was He pin ted Declarod 1 lee ted In the Hill AnuhiHt Trusts WASHINGTON, reb  y editoi of the United Press, testified that he had written pub- lished paragraphs about the confli mation of Indian Commissioner Morgan and about the ratification of the British extradition treaty He declined to answer questions as to whether he had ever d executi e matters with senators or employes of the senate or not, or whether he was in the habit of talking with senators about execu tive matters oi not In answer to a question of Se'nator Dolph about the publication of the Biitish extra dition treaty in the New York Ti ibuue, Mr Bain said he had seen what purported to be a copy of the treaty and he w as glad to learn on the authority of the chairman of the oommittoo that it was a con ect and au thentic copy Mr Bain finally stated to thecommittoo thnt he would give no affirm- ative or negative answei to any question bearing on the subject of where he- obtained executive news. Asked if he desired any time to consider his position m this matter, Mr Bam replied that he did not that he considered it his professional duty to decline to give the source of his information Mr Bain was ordered to aupe ir again today Not a Keyhole Profession. M G Deckendorff, corre, >ondont of The New York Tribune, waa questioned veiy briefly about the publication of the British extradition treaty in bis paper He declined absolutely to tell the committee w here he obtained the treaty or where he obtained any executive information F A Dupuy, of The New York Times, declined to tell where he got his executive information He volunteered the statement that no newspaper man ever obtained any information by listening at a keyhole or by questioning the employes of the senate the inference being that they obtained it from members of the senate Coramissionei Morgan on tbe Indian Commissioner Morgan appeared before the committee to explain the para- giapb which was published in a local paper stating that he was at the Capitol on the day 4he nomination was confirmed and that he received five minute bulletins of the prog ress of the debate Mr Morgan testified thnt he had come to the Capitol to bo pre- pared toanswer any questions that might be asked concerning certain charges which he had heard were made against him, and be had heard that his nomination was con- firmed while he was at the Capitol The committee will continue the examination Tho Reporteis Were Fired In accordance with the new ruling of the senate during the time that body is in se- cret ses ion, that no one excepting employes si all be allowed in fhe senate wing of tbe Capitol, representatives of the press were required to leave the gallery and their work the moment the secret session btgun After all this notwithstanding the fact that the liugh metal trimmed oaken doors between the galliry and benate chamb r were locked a id guarded, each by two sturdy police- men, the business transacted m secret session leaked out The session was devoted al- n-ost exclusively to the consideration of nominations to which there were no objec- tions ai d to receiving reports fl om commit- tees The committee on commerce reported favorably the nomination of H C War- mouth to bt> collector of customs at New Orloani A large number of nomination" wl re confirmed. A TriiBt Bill In the Senate. WASHINGTON, Feb 28 the senate the calendar was taken up and the bill for the erection nnd location of a bronze statue of Christopher Colnmbus at the western en- trance to thr Capitol grounds was passed T le snnate then proceeded to the considera- tion of the bill to declare unlawful trusts ti id combinations in restraint of trade and pi eduction Mr Sherman who reported tbe bill from the committee on finance, said that ne had been instructed by the committee to move to s nke out the section which nrea ponalties for entering into trusts or com- Georgv Opposes the Bill. Mr George opposed the bill on the gi onnd of its in fficieucy and unconstitutionally. Ihe bill he characterized as on abortion tbat would aggravate rather than diminish tlio evil Mr George quoted Mr Sherman's state- ment in the last congress to the effect that trusts could be put down by tariff legislation, and argued that thia bill entirely ignored thit idea A bill framed with such utterly conti adictoi y and Irreconciliable ends could not fail to be inefficient and to be a miserly sham In the Hotue. WASHINGTON, Feb contested eleo- f.cn ease of Atkinson vn Pendleton wif called up in the house immeiHutely after tbe reading of the journal, and tbe floor was so- corded to Mr Pendleton Mr Pendleton said that although he knew he was Ing a Juiy which was prejudiced agnlnrt turn, he felt it" to speak in hta own bo half He reviewed the evidence In detail and declared his belief that he hud been Wrly and honestly elected. Atkinson Defeats Pendleton. Mr Oooper (O) closed the debate, sup- porting the claims of the contestant Tbe vote wai thea on the minority resolu- tion declaring Pendleton entitled to tbe U was 143, nays, 168 a strict party vote The vote was then taken on the majority resolution The Dom- ocrate refrau ed from voting m order to have the con test in t nested by less than a quorum so that Ihe question of the right of the speaker to count a quoi mn may ho taken before the courts 1 he vote resul 188; nays, ho speaker counting a quorum Mr O'FVrrnll (Va.) raised the point of no quorum, but the speaker ignored him nnd tlio newly elected member (Mn Atkinson) appenreid at the bar of the house, and mnid applause   Air Ihit tho bll1 pi osys te> fuinlsh etch Lhlie L "icn a cutificilc de tilling 1 n i d Ibiit u i) Lhines i un 1 in til Lilt 1 Si it itttr the til ing ol tli em bus eutihcute sha 1 bj ictui ie 1 Lo the pi c) from whence he c uiic I THE BISHOP WOULDN'T GO Llvelj Attempt to I a Divine In n Chin th uiif rt nre bHAM MN Pn Ft I The bvaugt ic il toufenncc I i >puud h r with It nunibters pi s nt oui oi lt.i s 1 1 cf n td charges n gainst 13 sin f I stu i u ho had opened tb conteientt ih haigeh wtie ot suth n nature that tht f nt n tt o ci nsid red a trial I Mmch IJ as the time for tml t li J Ihff J.TL the same tharges that v, rt pit ei rt d u n it Bishop m Glut, in v i last Dece uljur resutul in Ii tijuut 1 hey tnibi ice slarulei, Kn cburch strift und g utiul p Gei tain mpmltis ot tho LO kititu ant tho blab p to submit to an jliier ut% btigation bv thib confereiic an 1 uibrclusal to entertain motions to tluU et ect ab tht cause of a %i.ry spirited c n erh} fl Inch took up all ot tht first da} stsbion The bishop refused to ofitr an t v lanation to tbe charges c aiming tint h md been tiitd t nd acquitted Di thtn pi evented the following K so That we decline it to bo oui amh 1 opinion that Biyhop is dibqual ifi d to piesidi ovei this conference, and v> tli refore as linn to vacate the chair Bishop Lbtu i would not entertain thi1- notion, declai mg it illegal and ba} inj., do not expect me to entertain thi- IKllOllf Ht Mi btirk replied 'If you do not J hniapp Ufroui your decision bishop shei said ltl won't entertain it i wf u t vacate ould to God I hud ei iiiu i! chorused the conference D m t interrupt exclaimed the bishop In thd [ir s uce of God the charges aio i 1 been ti led at home, and jou uu i inquiie wbethtr or not I was at 4111 ltd This is contrary to all piecedent i an uu nduble tj the general Cuiifertme, si Jit not leiaove me, I remain h 10 An olution was then presented by Rev Ii jlauna det Janug that Bishop Esher s in improp r person to preside ovei las t n UK uce but the bishop would not t izt, the motion for its adoption K Mr Leopold then spoke, sayi ig the li stnsions in tht, chuicn bordered on au archy and thit theoigamzation was threatr with dissolution then closed foi the day The business sessi oil BRAZIL'S ROYAL EXILE. He Ta ks of the Past and the Future. "HIl VNS UU PU1U01S" DQUI IntlmutCK Unit If Itrnzil Mini Ygain SUu (an II ive Him but It Mutt timie About Fence fullT M in f UK Jh ThoBjtmh uiunsul genial M nl zi has ru 1 ft t of an nit ivitw Di M it i tdit i of La Mncion of Bui.no ASH in I 1> m Pt-Ir luteemi i r uf Biazil Moiel reuiaik d to tin nip i i that tlu Hi du la I Itita would i l ui f 3 ,ib 1 lion 1 caus h b iluuco 11 ow i in tl it paitof ll e K ntiiKiit D in It IK rt it 1 thut tbh need not U M b can i tho fuU that Boiaj a w us un i of fui alTurswub u-. If a ot mt ma ti ii il ac Hi 11. of Kx a and l nihti rumirkt. I that ihe pumsknal govei iiinutt had too much to do at honit in cis the republic to otcuj> thtiiiSLlM.3 with affairs abroad Ifituil. ins Are 1'ittil to The} committed an act of mjus tice against mt tho ex tmpiioi added uut it is, done and remains He agittd witii Di M rtl that tbe lejubhcans had a dilluult task bef re them and said fli hast 1 ten oblige 1 to send some mill tary nun from Rio titho n itherupuv Inces to their administration There w re no ihaim t onti ust with thu task" Dr Morel Qbk d Ih n how nil the} be able to lite the repulliiai syx en i Rt tl o IJiazihana m i ti ot-< rtsp i 1 d D mi lelio and I t IILU tlioy n II ixtrt thtniselves fui tl t f tht. count, y I shall berve tin m n as 1 ng as I live n nt th s 11 16 il 4 o< upitd tin. thrc no 1 his li is a hi n ly of thinking and tl i is inv in iblt us Would Mtijehty Retuin' Di Moiel txpii-sscd his stnsc. oi Dun 1J If abn gallon and 1 But th f trials and btiife, uld b come i eat ti rmij and spuntaneoush call you to b then mlti would youi urnjest} return j lo this, Jjom JVdro i piled 1 d not know I can usbiire you that I am uow ab alw rtad to subject myself to tht will of the Brazilian people At the sanit tunj 1 will not be tho one to procure diiutlyn indirectly mtestmediviMousapd No for Abdicating 1 Then j i u do not think there is cause foi abdiciti ijf1 I hei e is no reason why I should The facts ar c nsummatid and the facts forte toi tht pi esent It lit 1 I hat jou wiU issue a maiufebto and it is anxiously looked toi I si all not do so at least not for tht- pn s nt I am a man, of oi woi ds Does your majesty that Brazil will maintain tho union un ler the new order of thing's' Bittzil Prepared ftfr the Rt public I do 1 hi, nation, the fatherland above all I look upon tho Brazilian peopk as pr paied for the Does your majesty think there will be a reaction in favor of a restoiationf Thib b to the future, about which you know much as I EWING ENJOINED REV TROUBLED The luii. 1. lx m nils i infi lie Stoutly lit B HAN u Kb Jt1 Ih m f thu R J 11 Coodwm aud tht, Hum i Bu[ list 1 uu h m which Mi li i Iwiu sought U flU.UOU dan i s against DeatonJ 1 n Hi i and Cl 11 H tram ban betu 11 into b) tbe publi atoll ot tbe upoit I it tmmit tee ot th Louncil of B ij Ust In I n the c ha i aj., Mi Oo lw Brtoks and Ciane w LIU Lhaigtd with c tisj i uy b> tbe past i -aha chin th, without 11 refUbo 1 t Mi Goodwin tf dis fhi1! casi_ was withdrawn, at th i quost of tho ccuntil of B iptist tn 1 a h ar ing of both bidts was had b) I 1) ih n the part of but that it in 'icates an unwise d tf'ue of inti with a female member of thoLhuieb and m failing to discontinue thN mtnmuy he was uuHt-} ot a grave 1 hu (haige of intu ti i il unti uthfulueb la n t aus tabned. i In huic h is advised i IPSI ind its action in In ling "Mi Goolwm and the lattoi IS u IjUi tit m iko a f u 1 conftbsi n and ask f i disiogaidug tin aduionitioi s of the church ihe thut ch u fusts to reinstate Mr G t. unless h d ts t and he as positively de- clines, to r what he saye he has not been gul ot Fnipiru Jotirnaltsts Meet ALBANY _s fl mirnbeis of tho Statt Pi s> asso lation mot last iiight at tho 1C umoic hot 1 Ih s present were Prtsi lint illiun H tlaik Cortlandt Standai 1 Ii a I U al s Albany Evening Unun II t> U nil Bah H A Brock way 1 m h E10 n Farker Geneva Adveitisci Ihi c- J K if pp Auburn Ad veitis r L St n uindeii Advaiue J G I 01 IOM Gazette, Will 1 i 1 nm Censor O D A Bi itinmiin Can n li uu Jniiual, Charles Welltr, Jamu n I ai nu Lharles H Buck Gleus tills in 0 Bunnell Dans ville Ad iU i I ni 11 laritll Albany Press an 1 K il k i C K Skinnoi deputy n i 11 ul t ul he instiuctlou The libel 11 1 if b mtro luced in the legisl it i n b t! i nhhly dlscusst 1 It remo% s tl L u iju t i i ions of the ex isting law del oi SUM N J I- b bod) of M s tbe lughw iy v brain V i body Oj i n is a cabo f t ui 1 1 1 i was found ih a bullot m the tho side of tin ii to whether it i lo A coroner's THE OHIO FLOODS Cluciunuti in 11 id Shape MasHillon I Jilizzarcl CINCINN TI, Fi b river has now leaikttl 55 and is still riamg rapidlj Iwo moio will cause the railroads to abandon all trams leading out of tile (jijnd Central station The back wattr from tile Ohio enter ug at the Mill strett suntr nas coveiad the tiacksatbev eral poitots ashouts between T AWrenctr burg and Aurora are reported Big Four are not running A Western Blizzaid. MTNNEAPOIIS, Minn, Feb   whoso ex un} le is worthy imitation, tells her experience "In one store -wheio 1 went to buy 3 Sarsaparllla the clerk tried to induce me buy their own instead of Hood's, hetoldmetlieir s would last longer, that I might take it on ten lo Get B r tn Molherii n foil HINO fiTBuj for cMWren 1fi tho pwcrlptlon of one of tho hwt fe- T phyrir'nnn In the United Mtatee, T -nn rppcl for forty yesmwlth r hv millloin of mothors for their onn- n" thn n-oren of toeihlup; valne U !i T chllrt from paln( utity pid griplne In ttB r glvlnt health to what braatlfDl Fhotographi 4 ioiih rti 1 1, An Action Agalurtt the tauioug Catobut Coinnif net >oteg NEW YOKK Kb _8 Ihe papers in the action bi ought by the Metropolitan Fihibi tion con paiiy against M illiani Ewmg, the famous cate'ner rf tbe old New York Base, ball club, to enjoin him from playing with any othei club than that of tie com. pany for the fcf ason of have just boon flh d in the t fflee of the clerk of the United States circuit ccmt They aie accompanied by two One fiom John B Day and the  n on ul 11, when he will >ivt h %il nhi li it is tile ition of iJie c ,x i tion !o pr< nt t him Tho juoat majority of fio cnllr 1 POIIPh cures do little wore than impair tho rtlfwtiro functions and m ate bile Ayefs Cherry Pectoral on the contrary, while It the rough, does not in- Mrferewtth ronuUons of either stomach or llrer. days' trial, that If I did not like it I need not piy anj thing etc But be could not jjreviil on me to change I told him I Ind taken Hood s Sarsaparllla, knew wliit it was satisfied with it and did not want uiy other When I began taking Hood s iwrsaparilla I was feeling real miserable with djspepsii, and so weak that at times I could hardly Hood1 stand I looked like a person m consump- tion Hood's Sarsaparllla did me so much food that I wonder at mysilf sometimes, and my friends frequentlyspeak of it MRS. En i A GOFF, 6J Terrace Street, Boston SoldbyalldniBginti SI sliforgs Prepare! nly by 0 I HOOD ft CO Apothecaries Lowell lUsa 100 Doses One Dollar SO ir 11 lit t Ml 1 r.c i 3 i PHIA THE AXATIVt AND NUIIM IOU8 JUIOE FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Coi 1 IK 1 vitli the nicdinn1! MI 1 i 1 lilts to mo 1 i I.IKI il to the human i fi iniiMjj 111 i. ret ihle u i L an t (.mm ill u L II tutu il Constl i n in 1 the in i ills tie- pin 1m i i i i mactne tl) lllltl II of tilt KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It tllcntr tnedy known to "LEANSE WE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY f TI t e 1 nr Couslipated PURE BLOOD, REFRE3H1NQ81.IEP, WEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW 1 mo is usimr it and all are tkhkhlul I'h H I R Qu FOR Umbrella and rAc-TjrrooN Y BY CALIFOKNIAHG SYRUP CO A I I rO CtL frf v tr JUtl ABB1VKD AT A Grand Afsortmont of Very Latest Novelties in 1 MBR01DERIK8 Arooug whirh arn entirely new de- signs never aeon btifore, which we have ju t received through several of the largest imj ortmg houses in New York We goarantco that no finer nor hot- U r made tn broideries are in the and abtve all, that we are en bled to pe 1 those beautifa new Hnmlurgs ft positivd- lowe- prices thftn ai y INCW retniler is able to (.Her to you.no matter who they ere for we tliom ciwh, and arc ib o ti gi e snririin g bargains to you. Call and rompare our Embroideries with any sthors and compare P 8 Notioo Weiereby give spe- cial that ill the old Parasols and Umbrellas from 1889, Jeft he'e for knd repairs, must be called for with in 30 days from this dsto, 01 will be sold for charges January Ifith WALLK Cpposite t Ila" We retail at tho trl fifo tic t lory P: and flhip goods to be Kid f r on delivory ml lor Onta- logui tutut Broke An FREE HIEKIltlBS II 1KB BPBCUL loguo n- MUVKBY Ltmcfto Mru   1 Minting i Department Greene and HttnoTer Trenton, V. i. Assignee's Sale. The undersigned, for the late firm of BOWKER SRAM AN, Will sell the Balance of Stock, On Monday, 3d, '90, TKENTON LICENCE AND EXCISE. The following named persona having filed their applications for lic< nse with the City Clerk according to law, dne not ce is hereby gUen that the said applications will be con- sidered at the next meeting o' the Board of Excise, on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12TH, 1890 FIEST WABD George Hildobrecht 27 East Hanover ftreet, transfer from Albert Brandt. James McShorry, 29 East Hanover street transfer George Hildebrecht. Thomas Mullen, 32 East Front street, re- newal, retail. George W Fmith, 173 Monmoath street, new place, BRCOSD WABD Lsffen, 21 North Warren street, transfer from Mra 0. L Hauler. No. 128 8. BROAD BTHSBT, At 10 o'clock A. M Consisting partly aa follows BED-ROOM SUim, LOUNGES, BOCKERS, MIEEOES, SHAPING AND MXT0BF.S, 600 YABDS INOKAIN, HALL, 8TAIB AMD RAG CARPETS, ONE MEDIUM SIZED ALPINE SAFE Ac. Condltlonii on of sale by M. R. A SIXTH Georne A. Stolto, 671 Centre street, new place, retail 815 YEN 111 WABD Hugh McAnlcy, 319 West Hanover street renewal, retail. Frederick Deck, Jr Uansfer from 417 Centre street, Third ward, to 101 FonnUin awmae, Seventh ward EIGHTH WABD. John H. Bennett, 133 Dioklnton street, new place, retail. Patrick H Lynch, 128 Trenton nne new place, retail John T. Wright, 962 Clinton street new place, retail. TENTH WABD. Alfred B Walton, corner Chwtnut and Thompson strooto new piece, retail. ILiVinrri WABD. Frederick Stockman. 69 Beattr transfer from Mrs Gropp, corner Kim and BtreoU; of nnmber. JNO. 0. 0 YY BN8, dlj (Silk. WASHINGTON MARKET BUILDING, Corner of front and South "'-road Streets. LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS We have purchased the store North of us and intend to build on the two lots I he lincsl Glorc in I run Ion! mail get rid of our (took to do thin, RliADY-MADIi CLOTHING I i i i 'N 'N M OUINU Wn.T, BB !tON, to NORlII GRKKNK Advertise I YOUR "WANTS" IH IMKS.   

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