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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VI IT. NO. 9252. TKKNTON, MONDAY AFTKKNOON, MAKC1I 3. 1890. TWO OKNTS PENDLElON WILL FIGHl. l he Legality of His Case to Be 1 ested. VI MILL ULSOK1 TO LAW Is Speaker Kecd'. Method of Counting a Quorum I institutional the Question to lie Brutality In the and >avy to Be March 3 pursuance of the statement made by Mr Carlisle recently that the unseating of Mr Fendletun, of West Virginia, will come up In the courts, Mr Psndleton says "The action in turning me out was clearly unconstitutional A member is unseated by the bouse, and the quorum consists of ICO members, not 102 There are two ways and two places m which the question of consti tulionahty can be brought up Suit can either be brought m the supreme court or the court of claims. The proceedings can warranto in nature, and hosed on call to the speaker to show cause why he prevents mq from exei cising the privileges of a mcrnb r A suit for salary can also be enteitd In either event the question for settlement will be whether the speaker has a light to declare a member unseated with- out a quorum voting To Mult Until Atkinion Votes The Democrats say they will not bring suit until Mr Atkinson votes on some bill which btcomes a law, and then they will make the point that it is unconstitutional The Republican managers are perfectly satisfied to make a test case of the matter They claim they could have a quorum vot- ing when Mi Pendleton was unseated, but in order to decide the question definitely they allowed Mr Atkinson to take his beat on W2 votes Conrt Martlals Galore WASHINGTON, March a accusa tions of cruelty on the part of army and navy officers to subordinates, as charged in the cases of Private Wild and the gailois on board the United States steamship Enter- prise, have created a gieat deal of gossip in army and navy circles here Within the next few court mnrtials will probably be under way, one trying Lieut. Stoole, of the army, at Fort Snelhng, Minn for per- secuting and Imprisoning a private soldier for refusing to perform monial oorvicos to him, and the other trying commander Mc- Calla, of the navy, at Brooklyn, for cutting down with his sword a wulor for a breach of naval regulations. These two cases com ing so clofra together have attracted unusual attention Even in departmental circles, where the cases have been topics of conver- sation, it is not an unusual thing to hear the practice of cruelty by army and navy ofB cers roundly denounced Brutality wholly Vnnecesaary. Brutality on the part of officers, it is maintained, is not at all necessary to the proper enforcement of discipline In the case of Lieut Bteele, Gen Crook is now pr paring a court martial for his trial Officially the case of Commander McCalla, of the Entei prise, has not been called to the attention of Secretary Tracy, but as soon as it is the secretary will doubtless follow the emmple of Secretary Proctor and order a court martial to ascertain all the facts in the case Private advices re- ceived here respecting the two cases men- tioned corroborate the newspaper accounts which have been published about them The Week In Congress. WASHINGTON, March senate will probably resume consideration of the Blair educational bill today It has goue over so many times now that Mr Blair is inclined to push it to a vote before long If possible Mi Blair believes now that the bill will p ss the senate Senator Hale has given notice that the Blair bill is disposed of he will ask the senate to take up his bill for the increase of the naval establishment, and Mr Sherman has given notice that he will urge the further consideration of bill to prevent trusts. 1 he probabilities are favorable to an unm- ter sting week m the house An effort may b made by the Republicans, however, to bung up the Featherstono Gate (Arkansas) contested election casn, but should this be done it is by no means certain that the effort w ill be successful Tuesday and Wednesday will be devoted to consideration and passage ol [iubl'c building bills, and on Thursday the committee on appropriations will prob- ably call up the pension appropriation bill Tlie work Nearly WASHINGTON, March 8 The delegates to tlio international American conference are beaming to talk about final adjournment, nhich will probably take place about April 1 Nearly all of the committees have made tbeu reports, and several of them have al- ready been adopted The report of the com- mittip 0.1 customs union, which considers rrrlriocity troattaf, is in the nf fcha printer The three committees on postal and cable communication on the Atlantic, Pacific and Can ibean sea have their reports prepared end they art now being tronalated The committee on arbiliation hai agiocd to recommend the adoption of that method for willing international differences, bat has vet arrived at an as to the details of the plan for report. The com- mittee on monetary convention will make tn o reports, one of which will recommend the coinage of a common silver dollar to be legal tender in commercial transactions be- twten the citizens of the several 1 he other report, prepared and presented by Mr Cnolirige, of the United States dele- gation, will recommend the I of certifi- cates by the United States upon any bullion that may be deposited in the United Statue treasury by the or of Central and South American itato The Diplomats AgiUUd. WASHINGTON, March state- ments to the contmry, there is considerable agitation in diplomatic nicies growing out of the Behring sci oon- tiovorsy Although there have bceojio for- nmf conferences at the stato department, it is not an Unusual night for the British min- ister's equipage to be seen standing in front of Secretary Elaine's residence, opposite fuyette square. Minister Charles Pmorj Smith, who hu recently boon appointed minister to Russia, is also a frequent visitor big red house, and it may be a coin- cidence, but It is usually at the same time that Sir Charles Tuppor and bir Julian Pnuncefote are present Among the ar- rivals at the Arlington was W T Putnam, Of Portland, MP who took a prominent part us a coramiesionei on the part of the United States in the discussion of the flsh- question a year 01 so ngo It is under stood thnt Mr Putnam will also bo invited to it'i ill cbnfei i m os at tlio Ulninci ni d n title iblo solution of the dlfll <u. -i coifid itly prailrtid For vnrl'yuM the bloofl, stlmnlntlfK Ihn invigorating the pyttem In the Spring yrlr Ayre'i Sai Barilla Is QREEN VERSUS WANAMAKER "He Can and ami hilt. HM WAHHINGTO-S Marcli Dr Green presi- dent of the osteru Union Telegraph com- pany, resume 1 i 1 the pending postal telegraph bill befoio the hoube com- mittee H said that tbfp htmaatei general in his order fixing the govuument busmess had made an order nlnch the board of di- rectors of the extern Union had decided practically an order confiscating their busmess The dot tor b y the >f tht. milLv and the ubsequeut night of Bi own U mirrounted For The expert, Henry A Fifer, has just made s statt ment to the assignees He prefaces t with th declaration that the books were n a fearfully deiu inh? d condition wheii le took Uold and even utter months of hard voik he is not sure of the exact condition of ffans Howevei he is sure that 700, 40 cannot be ace emitted for an I Browii is he onlv crson who can tell what became thut enormous sum Amoug other thing! ho report states Discrepancies from Aw iy Back. 'A trial balance of the ledger on Aug 6 889 sh us an apparent surplus of >ut on tin ilysis there are found among the assets accounts to a arniunt that aie worthless an 1 hav a boon for oars In look ng the books I found discrepancy ipread over each year fiom to A i pni t of the cash balance Aug 6 1839, ;heie is a memorandum for U40 that hat? joon tanied in the cash for several yeara Afr Webb's (the bookkeeper) explanation s that he hud, at the request of Mr Brown, drawn a check fot this amount, which he ubb) understood was to be used to pay a certain demand loan and interest and that Mr Blown had instructed him not to make any euti y of at that time Hi own Alwaj a Said No "That he rf peatedly asked Mr Brown to allow him to make the proper entry, bul nevei hod been authorized to do so stands upon the book an indebtedness of Ob, contracted iu 13S4 which is oup Dosed to that extent to i eproaent the amounl if this check, but whether it does or not aaa not been deteimined Taking the books of the firm at face value, and making necessary corrections a statement of their condition would show assets of and liabilities of Of the bills receivabl are of extremely doubt- ful chai actei borne of them are accounts that have beon carried along fts assets for several ypais others represent losses m wool some of which are ten to tweho yeaib old Many Transactions Still Unexplained, 'It was found that indebtedness to the amount of 700 840 existed on Aug fl, 1889 that hnd no lecoid upon the film's books thus swelling the direct debt to No detailed record of this additional in debtedness was, BO far aa I know, ID euce, except such as could be gathered from memoianda on slips of paper The I business bank account was with the Nationa Bank of Redemption Mr Biowu hat another in the flim name with the Metro poll tan National bank, where he alone wai authoiiz d to sign checks, and he had ay mdividuil account with Brighton Mnrke bank As treasurer he had five other ban) accounts The accountant makes no attempt to ex plain iho business methods employed b; Brown By the aid of copy books aud letter many of the transactions have been success- fully traced, but there are any number tha will always remain a mystery unless Mr Brown consents to come forward with an SPEAKER REED TO KENTUCKY And Kf ututky to Speaker Reed lltttiu i HnmnronB Correspondence WASHINGTON, March 3 On Saturday Speakei Rccd handed Representative ruth, of Kentucky, the following lette declining an invitation to attend the firs rimn rules, for a purse of Twenty-two rounds were fought when th police put a stop to the sparring and th referee declared the match a dinw Th purse was divided Off for Nashville. NEW YORK, March 'J ho New York an New England delegates to the convention o the National League of Republican Clubs which meets in Nashville on Tuesday, hav left Jersey City on n special train by th Baltimore nnd Ohio routo for the place o meeting hi thi I'Mrjc'flt Faleof nn m dicine trfore tlinpti Any honest drnV gilt will conflriu thin statement. HON ICb E ENGLISH DEAD She t tli of omit t (lent 11 Knuvrq PPMIOI ratio Ixf.cuprnoi Muuh J vernor 1 died Sun iiv after 0011 of pn urn mm supoiinlu t 1 the ;rlp He w is within a fin d f I eaib (1 nn Di Loouus, tl i k, ad bwn tullod in Hatuiday in ad hu >u to Govoi noi I nglibh t lie rich it man in C nn client, at lea t I lud the eputotion ef Icing f.uch Ht. w is as If made man Hoi u on Marcli 1 IM- of are tits in ml} moderate e-> he eceivt 1 but Itmitid sohoolniK i 1 it nu ariy b came a curpimtei s miets iut his ij'uiot a dibposition I ntmue arough hfo a toiler at the b n I in 1 t y udustry aud frugality he was mi lei m when onh yeurs of age t ougage n the lumber business Twenty jeais Uitei, in Uo bt u te 1 the ew C !otk n in f the argest of its kind in tho Unit 1 St itt-i In 801 Mr was electc 1 to i he Demouats and btived until 1Kb) and was one of the ten munbois 11 Ii i iu voted for tho const tutioiml u i n lineut emancipiting the sliu K 1 in us paitj in Ui cled Inni n r t t tin tate and re-clocttd him }iari hit r lit eivod m the senate from to (i( v eruor English was tnice niinitd nn 1 a widow and one chill Iho bulk OU 000 to i n( o 00 During his liietim be made bevual iberal gifts t Yale anl the citj ol Some yeais ago he made a donation nl to tin law 111 i vi v of Yale tollt K I 1 ud that in m will many local th u it 4 have beon i mi ml ei id H od in u 1 u Oc mansion m Chipdsti ot (It i h dispe sed a ;onei us I sj it H in n r K 1 in early lilo to L u >un I an i dying yeaio i0 b m 1S-S) m u i u I :or bis Annie R Moms of Mrs I C Moirib, of Nt Yoi k She u ii and i eared in Ueorgia an 1 has n any b t mind and maim i tier fatbci n iv> den 1 s J >hu 1 Mori IM a membei of the h niii in Exposition coin paiiv Homy i Int, son, is a jei by proftssi al jut 4U years of agp Governoi J nfr t k gieat interest in the cause of 1m iti i and the pooru of Conn tti ut 1 to thank him foi th f thoir children to {he exctllfnt b ls I state He i a Jcffci human D in (i L i tho true suisi ol the teim and WHS I i b Iiever iu tin. rights of stitis to i n hen own domes tic Lonceins in th i i way He philuiihiopu (u i t i nnd chant able HE FLFD ITH Arrest of a l i. i Opei ut or YV lie liulib, I Hi. II uothud lit 11 Mm h ta! t i a tel op< i at i ii m ii nmati, was ai Ii I I w I nl s ouding uitli t ill Iu h nn ho ngf g d t nni i Ml hit MOO of tho mom wa 1 un 1 in I H Cartel of f r d nl tit ilj to 11 tut u and lie and th a d )g A tew w he felt a nurnl nf s i i 1 H hnncl, nn 1 us soon as it lm barb i i (tor and left t i 01 1 la n I rnl tl U nn lot l M i h It ti ussntel HIM I u t h i iomi( tion with U g t M lis Uf IllPllt Wtl (I t t he in i L s I suiai y s! nit i In i i etui n from h I it 1 thf Ihe itattnuut i 1 at 1 i Uoild ill whLie it ft. Ma I i Miss 15 is n a a ation t .lit st ID but a I lit il Oiu- I Mi H Mm h r IJatnb I t s ot nan Co one of the 1 ingest in the west was cousumed by firo about 4 o clock J i U I jss to stock and building about 000 ully insured The origin of tun fiiemuu {I1OWU Indians the Pope KOML Alarcli i Ihu popo was visited b> nuinbei of hiduns actiched to il 1 est Rlnjw Sunday and resented hem with nn dais rrutifixes aud chaplets Ibe entile Wild West troupe aro to be ro coivtd by his hnline-s today Presents in tne m t ant form THE AXAT1VE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE TH-i FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to the human system founiug an agreeable and effective laxatue to peiiua- nently cure Habitual Consti- pation, and the many ills de- pending on a weak or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. his tl most excellent remedy known to "LEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY When one is Bilious or Constipated THAT- PURE BLOOD, REFRE8HINO SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW Every one is using it and all are delighted with it ASK VOUR ORUQOI8T FOR x f. 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