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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               Vin NO. M'CALLAIS lORFHEARO He Wants a Court Martial and Gets It. TO IMPRISON NEW8PAPr.il MhN. Renator Dolph Want) to Put Five o( Them In Jail for Refusing to Tell How They Kepoit the Secret of the HoiiBe. WASHINGTON, March 5. Bow H JlcCalla, in commaud of thd United States steamer Enterpribe, was at the navy department yesterday, and had an interview with Secretary Tracy, and Commodore Ram- sey In vitw of the charges that have been published in the newspapers in regard to him he made a formal request for a court of in- quiry to try the matti r The court n as at once ordered to convene on March 11 at the Brook- lyn nnvy yard It will be-composed of Rear Admiral P A Kimberly, Commodore W P McCann and Cupt O F Stanton t leut Perry Oarst United States navy, has been designated by Secretary Tn oy to act as judge advocate before the court of In the Senate WASHINGTON, March f. In the seuate the resolution cfftred by Mr Vorhei s m regard to tho lease of the fur seal islands m Alaska to the North American Commercial com- pany, was repoi ted back from the finance committee by Mr Morrill on the gi ound that the treasury department had already made the and that the com- mittee had no power to interfere in the matter Mr Vorhees said that there was nothing further from his intention m offering the resolution than to make any imputation on the conduct of thepeuetarv of the tieasury The resolution was indefinitely postponed Billa for public buildings in Dover aud Nashua, N H each appropriating fclOO.UOO, were reported and placed on the calendar To Arrest Newspaper Men. The senate in secret s-ssion debated at length a resolution offered by Mr Dolph, in behalf of the committee recently ap- pointed to investigate executive session leakages, calling for the arrest and im- prisonment of A J Halford, of the Asso- ciated Press, and Geoi ge Grantham Bam, of the United Press, for contempt in refus ing to divulge the sources of the news con- cerning secret sessions which they have sent out from time to time The resolutiou and report of Ih'e committee set forth the fact that these correspondents have bcou guilty of making public the confidential bus! i ess of the senate contrary to the statute, aud that they have placed themselves in con- tempt of the senate by refusing to answer questions couct ruing the source of then in- formation Tn presenting the resolution Mr Dolph said that the committee had been unable to obtain satisfactory information from five newspaper men who had been called as wit- nesses in the investigation which tins been in progress for some time. The local papers, he said, obtained most of their secret session news from tbe press associations, And only a few papers, published elsewhere, printed other than the regular reports. Five Scitbes as Examples. He held, therefore, that the press associa- tions And the men who furnished these facts to them were particularly culpable, and that it wou'd be wise for the senate to make an example of them During the discussion- tliat followed it was suggested that the other correspondents who had refused to an- swer questions were equally in contempt, aud when tne resolution is finally acted upon it may include their names also They are: M O Seckendorff, of The New York Tribune, Jules Guthndge, of The New York Herald, and F A Dupuy, of The New York Times It tVotfftl Slake llie Seuate BldlcnlonB, Senator Teller offered as a substitute for Doiph's resolution the resolution here- tofore offered by him and now pending be- fore the conimittoo on rules providing for the consideration of nominations m open executive session. He "aid that the senate as ranking itself ridiculous in its efforts to 3 uu down the betrayers of executive secrets, i e said that senators knew perfectly well t not most of the information of a connden- t a I character wo betrayed by members of lueseuste He did "jot tliiuk it would be pobsib e to accomplish the end which Mr Uulph desired by throwing two or three newspaper men into jail. Instead of pre- serving the dignity of the senate they would make that body a common laughing stock. Mr Wilson a member of the leakage cotumittee, supported Mr. Dolph and said Hint the newspaper men ought to be locked up until they would tell where '-they got tlieir information. Mr. Blackburn, also a jnember of the committee, gave the resolu- i.O'i a qualified indorsement He was some- u bat exercised over the publication in the jiowspapers of the morning of the proceed- ings of the secret session of Monday, partic- ularly the critiosji in a New York paper of the attitude of the Democratic senator who cited for tbe confirmation of Mr War- immth Mr. Platt supported Mr. Teller's resolu- tit 11, as he bad done In the past, but said that RO long an nominations were consid- ered in secret the rules of tbe senate should be observed In this particular. Mr. Harris supported Mr, Dolph vigorously. Mr. Dolph Will Got The senators fiom the new states, to the grast gratification of the friends of open sessions, spoke vigorously the roBO- intion of Mr Dolpb, and told the senate in plain terms how much it owed to the press, autl particularly to the coips of Washing- tun comspondents. The debate was con- tinued at great length. The indications are that Dolph resolution will not be agreed to. Among the bills introduced in the senate the following: By Mr. lull introduced by him year providing (or the enrollment of the naval and the. organization of naval forcm. By Mr (or a public building at Pa. TBKSNTON, WKJDNKBDAY AFTKRNOON, MARUI 5 1090. TWO eiititu (i to i rldgo k t i jig tht qu --t VldllRt pi til1. that i had the i M Bt utti  sli mittod m CiitUnd reprobated by tbe gi of tho count) Mr bpungei (Ills) thought the had not Le u and favored a usolution he would offer, appropi mting fciuo 000 to tuiblt a sub-corn mittee uf tho oommitUe on elections to gc to Arkunsas imd tho election it tills distilet Mr Un'iV( ior (O proposed jto double tbis uppi pi HI ion aud th< investigatiou exten 1 tu the oth( r Arkansai districts Mr Sjiingti hlb propo- sition, and p udmg further debate, thi house adjoin md ALLISON ON TOP Be Was (1 United ator iu Notes. DTS MOINKS, Iowa, March William B Allison Jws been elected tp United Si lues seimte by tile Iowa legis lature Luch blanch of tilti logiblatun paiatUy In the seuate the vota stood illiam B Allison L Btstow 20, bee (Faimtis1 AI 3 In the house Mr Allison received votes, Bestow 4J, and Larrabee 0 This gave Allison a ole.ir majority and ated the ntcPSsity of a Btcouu vote being taken m joint session Much m- terest was felt throughout th" country m the iV" In Home. __________, March S Consideration of the (Arkansas) contoiled flection case was resumed soon after the Gouse met, and Mr. Dalwll (Pa.) took floor in supportol the ont. Wrnihester knives, he said, bad played an important pnit in this congressional election. chiirged mtinStdation After the title of Uiu had been bjr crime tho contestant, in the attempted exer- of uii i ight, under the law, had been prevented by force and violence from tak- ing His life tuid boon put in jeopardy, bin counsel had been abused, his witnwwi had been maltreated. Such a reign of terror had boon instituted that the oontestant had been oWiged to cross the river to Memphis before he could takf any testimony l.r Ronell (ILs) charzpd tlmt tho oon- t mniority was pro  claims that the bylaws are incon- sistent with the constitution and are invalid Proposed National Military Drill. Fla March 5 Flori- da sab-tropical exposition offers m prizes to be competed for in a national mili- tary drill tournament from April T to open to companies from any state military organization In the Union. Applications bare been received fruiu statii. Broker Pell AfHln at Liberty. NEW Toi k, March 5 Broker George H, Pull, who Ins bi en In the Tombs since WfdneMl ly, nhen he waa 'surrendered by Im Iw uN i iu, linilps Valentine, has ob. tninctl n v I m md u is nt Aver n Cherry Pectoral has no no ror mtfli congho and all affec- umi lungs Kor nearly half a f i In demand than any for pulmonary oomp'Unta. All itv n I HEIR FATE WAS DEATH. All Hope Abandoned o Saving the Miners BRAYr Kls( I His IMUUN The Iloiiibl. fcate of the 1 Men liuprU ued in tho Burning Mine at -Hurclly ft I'osslbinty Tlmt They Hine Not Already Uhed WiLKtbiHRRE, Pa., Alarch S There is now but one hope that the eigbt men im prisoned by firs in the (South collieries are That hopo is a slight one, but it is clung to by tho tiitiuls of the mifismg men with desperate tenacity This hnpt is that they may have found their way through old workings unused for yean into the "urkmgsof the seam of coat known as the Hillman vein, Art- They in the HI 11 in an Vein? It is rt immbued that tinnk Cull, one ol the mtpi isoiii. 1 nun, 1 t Ipul to the tunnel and n oik these openings, and cer tain I) of then existence If this supposition is coned the unfortunate men are now lockt d m the workings of the Hill man vein, and are uuioacliable until the fire is extinguished and the lock tunnel once more passable, and this will be the work of several dajs Whethei t ii} can live bo long is a doubt- ful questi >n 1 hat the v can still be in thf lower w 01 kinps win n thm at the time the tn in, and bo e is now gtn ally arcipUd impossible The rescuing partv th it w< nt down the btanton mine at Bo'cloik sums to   dn in t I I II I 11 at hall pit t u (ukxk with tl I I muat. I i legates piesent H I i i i 1 H mint Huston L 11 I MM nil J t 1> t Hn jkhu U s i ui 1 A K Sc n.lutt PittvUiiK 1 H MM n Hum M nu   It bit d without disi ubiion I he u li i t uttcc pres utfld the following i eLuiun i n 1 i I I i itt i th i i I u 1 li 1 hat tho mileage- 1 i iach club and tho nsts c oinpuLe 1 on th I i ut fourteen men at a rate i i each All b 1 u the J] I to pny an auumuT mto tli 1 i (i i (iNiu j Io (qual (It. av 11 I IK t m paid, on tin basis, an utn i i xi t ding tht tn u tn It leimbm ut U am unt at tlie 11 of the s iisnn 1 he recomiiH n lnt i n nn nuin i idt pted A but f Ii- ussiou of the u tiutuies of the sihul it as, th i oinmitUe thtn tiiMitd, after h th inciting udjouin d H ib lumoicd in th- nridti-mt the td l  thoi i absolutely no fuundnti ui foi they saj thut the tianstei of the on team to Dttioit thniw the eiieuil mt ot balniue putting six tlulw in tho -t md Kuvmg onlj foui in the east which ts a thev din twibli OIH f f tin  -tiin fortuotian u i itchei Frank Knau-.s to the latiei eit) Kimiiss is here ami he said last thu Mtumgei Leudl) t C Detroit, h i 1 i- jini to go to lit btoii it a chain o w it oflt u 1 KilphLuhdi i f tht Columbus club UIH John B Uaj of Nuu 01 k ha 1 a long t u 'ereuce w ith legard to tht hum t Johen displayed sen irallett IT indmli laviti showing that thu C ulumbus t lub hfti i nMh to negctti ite Lehane at tUa tune lit wai signed but Day wan not dibposfd to IH claim tf the man hen lust seen t hei, was vowing vt ngeauce upon thu 1 L> iniit Day says hs mUndb to 1ft the boiu 1 t u bi tration ttlo tho mallei It is thi gunein belief that the will not get thiuiigl here bet ore 'Ihuisday or triduy Ihu wor done up to this time1 is cunsideied a mere be ginning Bast ball John Martin one of the directors of thi m! ipooch eulogizing the Irish people dieting their self government tod To Bring New Crop Tea. Ore Jl ircb 5 pro- viding for a monthly line of steamen bo tween Portland and Asiatic ports ecuted in San Frnncisco by the Union Pacific rallwnf ofllimlo and Flunk Upton, Japan Tho (list st muer is announced to arrive hoe n In i with now ctop Avoid A i nrttiT ftnntlwmnn havlnR nmisnnllr rel w" 1701 long BUI! pertea of a tippler on Mm rly by Ihwmno well with M t'rlr'ly temperate His unfortunate rllanimrmrntW cored by the nie of Ajefn Sick Makes the lives of many people miserable, causing distress alter eating, sour sUnnach, sick licatlacne, heartburn, loss of appetite, a all gone" feeling, bad taste, coated tongue, and irregularity o! Distress tbebowels Dyspepsia does After not get we" of requires careful attention, Eating and a remedy like Roods Bamparilla, which acts goutly, yet efficiently. It tones the stomicn, regulates the diges- tion, creates a good ap- petite, banishes headache, ind refreshes tbe mind "I have hoen troubled with dyspepsia. I had but Utile appetlle, and wh it I did eat f distressed me, or did me near i- mtle good bum would have a faint or tired, all-gone feeling, as though I had not eaten anything My trouble wii aggravated by my business, painting Last QAIJ r spring I took Hood's Bar- e. saparilla, which did me an OtOitiaCn immense amount of good It gave me an appetite, and my lood satisfiei the craving I had previously GEOBOE A PAGE, Mass, Hood's Garsaparilla Sold by all fi, six for g5 Treparcd onlj byC I 100 Doses One Dollar DYES CANNM HICKORY For Open Jnmbo Chectnnt for Range Large, Hot, T i-tlng. Stove and FOB find To wit i WILSON mm. utliin il lii Ui! i tin {it i n l i lu otn tt 11 t iftht ml s im I pnisibility f di n nt tin h 1 uui h- twun Mr uui m i ti sutijuet and de- laro i tJi i( th 11 (it i u all n >t In dropped Ui n Mi nnMan I In y goue HIM 1 ml 1 list t li .11 tht ir play rs L i h i ui I ii u hat limits llks winning inn HI 1 rtitliet than ho shut ut ttit HM i-, will tuk th tnuttiir mto an t an 1 hjjit it th bittti t n 1 MIL ilv 1 dull has begun Ult tif.ii 1 un K h Cut ige Guru And it 1 K h u U i iistiuiu thtuu from nig ith the I i I umiitM lub Jitin 1 nnr nnri lit usurer of 10 lUNbvni, 1 Ij Hgut1 cluh, states u it the it JHH t u t i tint puds that the rut iiliius-'i n i on the otne un Is ml In twuit> five ceuta urn iu u-. 1 h p of udnusHiou will xjflft} m t, A i4t i (inn I'l ciition talU Minh Magixtiate isenl r wn disi Inn gt tl ti (tin i ustody Dr njui n 1 Stinnu 11 -wh hal been ai este I n i l i I nun nvny cruelty to d K M in 11 ts d monstiator of u t In (hnuigual collogi and I ml i il mth t of his lectures lelote th Mil I nls n i to un abdominal de inns! ia( 11 i 11 IMIJ n an etherizoii 11 VMM ci i f >r d et n H arrtM siu n u Hi us of tlm S foi ho I'n vi mi i il iu Ity to Aniuuls D eiist is n i 1 thut th at ion was in inlt t st M IK an 1 tho inngihtrat ;ftt-r ho n lii iHKtt dismissed th Inhn I i uu Dead II v t i d IK h -Or John Li at i f i t ui Uthi t and most r unt it t i yoHtni i 1 i i he was in N i 1 u i i 1( 11 d mt :i IM I i i i s m tint dtj 1' s U) tc 1 al fioni tw t r i" cr ts in tl t (.R int f rm THE AXAT1VE AND NJ1R.TIOU8 JUICE f THE FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Comli'ned with the medicinal urines ot plants known to be most beneficial to Ihe human sj stem fornnug an agreeable ana tff' Uue laxatue lo j eiina- nent') line Habitual Consti- pation, and the many ills de- pending on a weak or inactive condition of the KIDIRS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is tl mo'.t cxcellent remedy Icnown W "UANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY Vi hen one i-, M lio IR or Constipated SO PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLIIP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW ery one is using it and all are delighted vith it ASK (OUR DRUOGIST FOR MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO ou r Y JUST ARRIVED AT A i .1 A Grand Assortment of T HAMHURGS, EMBROIDERIES Among which arc entirely new de- signs never Been before, which we have just received through several of the largest importing honnoe in New Tork. We guarantee that no finer nor bet- ter mvle Embroideries are in the" market, and, above all, that we are enabled to eell these beantifa1 new Humbnrgs at positivelv lower than any New fork retailer is able to offer to you, no mutter who they are, for we bought them for cub, and are ab'e to give onrprinlng to yon. Call and compare onr Embroideries with any ethers and compare prices. P. 8. Notice. We hereby give spe cial notice that the old Parasols and Umbrellas from 1889, left here for covering and repairs, must be called for within 30 Hays from this dato, ui will sold for January 15th. WALIJS'. AXTXK U CUJLL br Ibll HLTMISItrllitll' IELT AMI SVUIJSIIY BKFUlfD fioVKT, Hide for rjf- f  n   

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