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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VI IT. NO. TRKNTON, WKDNKdDAY AFTKKNOON, MAY HI, 1890. TWO GKN'r 11 WAS A CLOSE SHAVE, "1 he Beacon Light Crashes Into an Iceberg. ICECUIE UtOVRD PRESBYTERIANS AT ODDS. Uijj Tank I'owerful Light Not AVeilii Her, So Was the I an Iiibtmit Stnrecl Them In the I-ace. Deutt NEW YORK, May 21 a so densi that her lug electric se.uch light (ailed tc penetrate it inorf than one-fourth of ship's length, the tank steamer Beaeoi Light Clashed into an immense iceberg or the edge of the Gieat Bunks just aftel midnight on May 14 'I lie steamer was steering due west, fiUlj 840 miles east o Nova Scotia, at the time the collision Had she struck it fairly and at full speed she would never have been heard of agara As it was she had a nnrion escape, aud ft was the coolness of Capt Elliott and Chiei Offitei Chase that ed her from instanf and utter annihilation Her pumps wen running when she reached Sand} Hool late on Monday night There severa ugly punctures in her bottom, and a big hole ten fiet square was knocked mtc her forecastle deck on the btarboaid side The Empty Tjnks Saieel Her. Part of the starboard railing had beer torn away, and between decks the fitout iron supports had been bent by the hugt cakes of ice which had tumbled from the berg into the water to come up under th featuri of the aftcTlmon session of the Pi e teri.n "semtilj Inel) discussion o the repent of the boaicl of pnblii.iUon anc that of the sped el committee whuhchaigei gross, ixtrn Bailee- bj the bei.uel hlelei Geoige s ihani of PliiUde Iphia raisec ifce point that the two icpoitHwere nn joint, as lecjinre (1 anel not 1 lie special leinunittee b report not liming bra befoiethe. biNiiuss eomniitteeeif tin lioait was thi i item not rcsponsiM It eon tamed smous and accusations which if tine, ought to leqnire the elissolu lion of the 1m ud of public ition 'lie re post of the business committee tli.i as late as 4 hail a tele gram that I he ic-poit the'j bad seui bac boon withui iwn, BO that theie was abso Intel) then no repent bifoie the businesi committee Hi- w inuel this tiftj jearolc board of the c lain h to b.ui .emple time tc consider the grave charges made against it and that the whole business be re ferred to a committee of to be ap pointed b) the model ator, to hear botl reports and lepoit to the a-.semblj of is'll The resolution was laid upon the table uutil Mr i-inmious be heard Mr Simmons, cli tiriiian of the1 special com nuttee, said he would answer tbib ques tion Did tin committee obe) the di rections of the geni'rU asseinblj1 The] began their investigations in October JUK did not suppose experts would be expectec to do just w hat the board might w ant the ir to do 'Hie committee soon found then was mmiudcistai.ding lie wrote to the stated clerk about the m.'tter asking foi guidance, and the diitt of the answer waf that the committee was to tliorotighlj ex amme into the ilfairs of the board and the committee could meet w bell it pleusuRme, confer at It was to repoit tc: the general asseinbl) in its pwnwaj and the biisine-ss coniiinttte could also The special committee could Lot be siibordi nated to the committee of a board and not to be a tall to the kite of the board The special committee were to mike then own nianlj report The) had sought a conference and three members of the bust ness committee were pieseut i'he) hac met afterw irds auel he had seen rf4U pages of typewriter testimonj which he supposec constituted a conference The special committee tried hard to hats a Joint coufeii'.ice and its proposal had been practical 1) rejected b) the members of the business committee declining to an swer the questions asked by the special committee After the business committee had seen the report only two words were changed The facts reported upon are taken from the investigations in the board of publication, and the committee stand ready to suhstintmte ever) statement made m their repent Mr Simmons said that all the bids submitted were from the most re liable men, which statement the commit tee stood read) to make good Four ol the members of the committee had been in the book business over twenty five years and knew the v alue of a book, but nev er- theless they went to other bidders, who were pajmg union prices, every one ol them, and so the special committee knew what it was talking about There is not a solitary hard word in the report The facts aru hard, that is the trouble The business committee consists of Christian men, but it does not follow they under stood their business The subject went over as unfinished busi ness, with Dr Agnew having the floor He announced that he was prepared to prove that the statements of the report were not according to the facts in the case A Prohibition Church. ST Louis, May 21 the Methodist Episcopal General conference the com- mittee on temperance presented a lengthy report in favor of prohibition It says "We are emphaticiHy a prohibition church. We stand out squarely and before the whole world, certainly in theory aud foi the most part in practice, for the complete; suppression of the liquor traffic We are opposed to all forms of license for this in iquity, whethei the same be high or low The report was ingeniously written, in that it committed the church to prohibition in such a way that those who feared such action would involve the church in politics were disarmed A coutest was expected, but there n as no opposition The report was applauded and the vote to adopt was unanimous ineSngarT.nstan "Illegal Combination." Nhw YORK, May 21 Ingraham, In supreme court, special teiui, has decid ed that Receiver Henry Winthrop Gray, of the North Rivei Sugar Refining company, has ao right to the profits of the illegal combination know n as the sugar trust The decision was rendered in the suit of the re- ceiver against the Canard Brothers com- pany and others on the defendant's demur rer The suit was brought for an account ing, dissolution and receivership for the trust Judge Ingraham sustains the de- murrer giving Judgment for the defendant, with leave to the receiver to amend his complaint. Refeinng to the copartner- ship, the judge says that in his opinion it is dissolved by law and that no action was necessarj, that the agreement hac] been held to be illegal, and that the courts will not enforce such an agreement. He says that the receiver is not a party to the ille- gal agreement and ban no interest in hav- ing it canceled He cannot enforce the right to an accounting because the agree- tnent is illegal' He has no right that a Court, of equity will enforce to justify the granting of a decree that this contract should be canceled H. H. Warner's Little Scheme. ROCHESTER, N. Y., May 21 -It is reported from London that H H Warner has stolen a march on English investors. After sell- ing his property to the English syndicate he went to London and secured options on a large part of the stock. The stock was capitalized at per share, and Mr. War- ner secured options on it for deliveiy within two weeks, at a considerable ad- vance upon this figure. Mr. Warner then quietly purchased all the stock could get at whatever price he could obtain it. Mr. Warner held the stock until the time came for the delivery of the options to him The men on the Stock Exchange who had given the options found that Mr. Warner controlled most of the stock and were obliged to pnrchane from him In inost owes at per share. KEMMLER'S LAS I HOPE, I he Argument for a Writ ol Error. I 1 IS KLKOTROCUTION LAWFUL! Attorney decimal Tabor Clulms That fnuitreiith Amendment Does Not Ap ply, und Hint the Question Ii Purely l St.ti' Duration. May M. Sher man's application for a writ of error In thi Kemmile i case n a, argued before the United States supreme court Tuesday Mr Sher man based his argument on the fourteenth amendment to the federal constitution wlnc.li prenides that "no state shall mak< or enfone anj law which shall abridge th club tiute will An Oflt r fiom Pi evidence PROVIDIM i K I Maj Me Maugh, pal mi of iiffi't- -liKXItc John L SiillHiin ,uiel Joe' McAu! lie
ew Ii ir Law. BOSTON, Mm 21 -The liipmr dule-is in accordance v. ith the pren ismn of the-new excise law screened their bars and liquor Is being quite semd on tables The new isp law- is ic-weil u huge practical the temper ance people Tli nd fine Is onr gi.nd specialty. We kwp only the very bent madfl Parasols and Pun Umbrellas, along with Umbrellas, and are daily receiving new styles at loner than truly city prices Look at thnm. and be convinced. fenm ln Hood'i did me much tuty that I wonder at sometimea, vtdmjrfrlendi frequently speak of A. Qotr, ei Tendce Street, 3arGaparilla Prepared only lowell, MMI, Poies One Dollar XV I I -J, OPPOSITE CITY HALL. The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., ac w. SOT -4. m j. x, 1BBNTON, H. J. Trarrigts a general banking bnstnrM. Allows Interest en subject to it sight. Eento boxes of varions glue in its fire and burglar proof vanlU, the renter exclusively keeping tha key. Acts "i agent for collecting rente and for or of real estate. KTeentei trusts of every description, as Erecntor, Administrator, Onardlan, Trus- tee, etc. money on mortgage and on col- lateral. Agents for Cheque Bank of London. Cheques for sale, good in all of the Umbrella and Vftllrjo H..iportnn, IUS8T IN THE CITY, Mane' Celebrated Spring Styles now on Rule. MH, DELICIOUS, STRENGTHENING TO THE NERVES. Tea and coffee cheer but do not nourish. They even leave an injurious effect upon the nervous system. Indeed there is no beverage like "BEST GOES FARTHEST." It stimulates and nourishes as none other, leaves no bad effects and is a flesh-former of the most approved type one. '1 Br may take It with pleiuiire and ,venk with Impunity 'l Be exclLInt rer-d. ten und .olTee uro obvlntril by It. .Uudy uad n.r.ea. -Harder. ,.rr r.-. D-Heloa. to the "L... .t.t ...I.- la Iht ASKFOU VA.> IIOITT.N'N H MAIM 4 AGGKKSSIVK COMPETITION promotes healthful business. It teaches merchants how to buy and to sell It opens the eyes of the consumer to the proper ideas of values, removes all possibilties of deception, and enlightens him in the money-saving art. 1 he house of Sharpless Brothers is e always and under all circumstances, and for that reason it leads with the best values at the lowest prices LANSDOWNEI Legal Lansdownc, made by William Franklin Rrade l-'J a Yard. Regular price elsewhere, K Among the new arrivals are the following desirable shades: PIGEON, OX-BLOOD, EU8SE, MATELOT, APEICOT, ML, QAZON, MARINE, BOUGAINVILLE, PfiUNE, I OUTBE, GBENAT, VIEUX ROSE, VIEUX BLUE, SLATE, NEVA, GOUEA Hememher, our price is only a yard. A SCORE AND i'EN That many styles of exquisitely Em- broidered Flannels, in widths varying from i inch to 8 inches Foiiuer prices, and are eclipsed by the new ones made for this eitiaordinary occasion. 70c and 80c. a Yard. CMMSrNUT A'III- -A. i i WE HAVE Frequently called your attention to onr Shoe Department, each time endeavoring to impress upon your mind the importance of our qualities'and pricoa. To-day we a very special offering in Sole Button Shoes in Opera and Square Toca pnceof a Palr' AFTER-DINNER COFFEE i CUPS in gleefully formed tronch China and charmingly decorated Marked Idowu froS 29 44c. and 79c. LINEN LUNCH W5 Borders, SI iioand White, 91 25 and each 8ilO Satin Uamask, and each Former prices, and 60. CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' RREFRRS Sweeping reductions have been made In siz-s from 3 to 14 years. Careful workman- ship correct shapes and beautiful olotha are the dominant feature a. 91. BO, reduced frum reduced from S3 75. S2.00. .ednwd from 00. 8O, redacted from IS 00. No such offerings anywhere but here. LOOK OUT FOR We have purchased the store North of us and intend to build on the two lots l he lines! fUorc in iron Ion! we mnjt gti rid of our itook to do thin, KliADY-MADIi CLOTIIINGI HtTdH H. HiHir.T, HHRAT 8. T.nn.._ Vice President ASA F. WTI.I.IAM 0. HOOBI, Ouhler. TTnrh IT. Hamlll, T N, Barker Gnrnmere, Fiq., Harry Bogers, Barker Gnmmere, Jr., James A. Roebllng, Owen H. Tocke, H 8. Little, L. B. Bisdon, Meredith Dieklnaon, J. H. GasVill, Edward Grant OooV, Erlmnnd 0. HilL 8 Ya.4, "N 1 t 1 MbttCIIANT NORHI YOUR "WANTS"
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