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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VIII. CKBNTQN, THURSDAY AFTKKNOON, JUAT 10. 1890. TWO CKN'18 THEBEHRiriGSEAFIGHl. Congressmen Anxious About the Situation STATE WAMED A Basolutlon Adopted Uoqueettng Infor- mation of the President as to Negotia- tion! Since Hurth 4 1889 SanioR" Tiegotlutloufl Bitterly Attacked WASHINGTON July I he conference report ou tht bill 000 for the relief of Albert II E-meij was adopted in the houbc yeus, 110, nays 70 Mr Hltt (Ills from the committee on foreign urTairs reported back a resolution requtst- ing the president to furnish the house with correspondence between the government of the United States and Great Britain touching npou the subjects in diupate in Behring sea since March Mr Mo- Creary (Ky in advocating the resolution referred to the newspaper reports of a breaking off of the between the two countries, and said it was of Importance that such correspondence an could properly be laid before the bonu thould be communicated to it Tht Behrtng Sea Resolution Adopted Mr Breckinndge (Ky) suggested that the secretary of state had authority to com fln) Tnnt ti r nf ft to the house. Was there such gravity in the sit- uation Tn Bennng sea that the house ihould take the initiative? Mr Hitt re- plied that it was the usual course of the committee on forelgu affairs to call for m- fcu aation The Samoan >egotlatfons Attacked Mr Hitt presented the conference report on the consular and diplomatic aopropria- tiou bill In the course of the discussion, reference having been made to the appro- priation made by the last bill for the pro- United States rights in Samoa, Mr McMillm (Tenn declared that it ap- peared that tbe-entmresult nf San-man negotiations had boon to enthrone a scape- grace king who had been dethroned by his people a fact not generally known It was a disgrace to the American _ people and to the administration which was re- sponsible for the negotiations Mr Sc- Creary (Ky) who was chairman of the com- mittee on foreign affairs during the last congress, said he beluAed we had done tho best that could be done and McMillm was putting it too strongly I liable to Count a Qnorum Mr McMillm insisted on thp accuracy of his statements, _Mr_Hitt de- manded the previous question Mr Mc- yiliin raised the point of no quorum Fending this, Mr Rogers moved an ad Journment but the motion was lost Tho previous question was ordered 103 to 41 the speaker counting a quorum Mr McMillin voted in the affirmative and moved a reconsideration His motion waa to 50 Mr Breckinndge (Ky challenged the correctness of the speaker In counting a quorum on this vote, declar Jng that two members counted were not present Ibe speaker stated that there a quorum without these two A vote wan theu_taken upon agreeing to the con ferenee report but the speaker was unable to countiTquorum, BO the conference re- port wm> not arreed to for the present Mr Dmgley (Me entered a motion to recon- sider the vote by which the marine signal bill was panned and the house adjourned. THE STATE CORRESPONDENCE Wnat Baft Passed Between Secretary Blalnu aod Minister Panncefote NKW 10BE, July New York Herald gives an alleged digest of the nego- tiations that have thus far been held be- tween Secretary Blame and the British minister in regard to Behring sea The correspondence opens m January last with a from Mr Blame to the British min- ister celling nut nnneut ftud rcuiij- nized claims of Kussia to the exclusive benefits of the fur seal fishery in Behring sea and the acquisition of thooc rightsaud benefits in the eastern part of that sea by the bnited States It also makes claim to a right to protect fur seal by all reasonable measures in that part of the by rwwon of the home of the scab) Itemg in the territory of the United States and their i-Jistom of regular; ly departing from and returning to thnfe riabitation in such territory 1'he Elieir international convention was agreed upon It which the truuMu should (willed, but the conditions imposed by England gov ermng the rejected by Mr Blame, This rejection of the project of an inter- national convention appears to have been fatten-by the as notice of a reversion by the government of the United States to its original claim of a legal right of exclusive jurisdiction over beal catching In the part of Behnng sea Lord Salisbury accordingly replied to Mr uutc of the yicecd- ing in a long he lelieu upon tuo uttoiHintod contention that the controversy of 1823 between Russia and the United States had an obvious ref- erence to Behring sea, theu Sea of Kamchatka To thelmpulajiim ol Loret feallgbilry" iiiat lie had ignored and reversed the hiatoria position of the United States as expound- ed and successfully maintained against Russia by John Qumcy Adami when sec retary of state Mr Blame with force and feeling in a long nute to the British minister at the beginning of the present month Tlie scci etary of state uses some warmth of expression m repelling that part of Lord Salisbury's dispatch which Mr Blame Beerus to hnve accepted as having some what of apusonal application to himself Slaving dwposed of 1116 peTSolilil question set rotary proceeils-to errevindication and restatement of the American claim ol rijzhi exclude Canadian sealing opera I'UWliFH Absolutely Pure. A cream of UMM powder. High eit of all in Iwvenmg lUeiiEth T7. B, GOT- f.M-r-SBt Report, Aug'.-t CLINTOS I) uons H Hi Bailing se i UUJ 10 mne an reasoual It suns uf 1 niaioii fA.ll thi H rid uu lerstuu 1 us 11 us did the Lulled btalis tl lit t i i sitiuu of the fur ami IU1 uy that Kus la had mo- for over nutur) b> teueral consult WHS iiegf the which the Lnitid Suites mid for wliti'h It pill N j oil ir 11 vv r 11 J Uui to or (juiitl ltd this unclHiHtm diiit anil u like RiquirtciHM t  hut ji ai to in ilude t) f t isinn part uf btl rn beam il i l u l ij ai 1 1 i H ie I d Openly i 1 dLl the Li ittd bi to held t an I time vu s not a nrte u! Insouaute for nu r tvv n v ir ft 11 l 1 Mr HI imeitmlMts L r 1 I s re- i nsion n t t t L nited c I 1 tl I I tin HP ul u s f! i u if R isslft i n I uma ngl t to tu it tie Puciflo _ tn s a shut si i jtMht u t> ticrosi mi thf Asiati to tin u 1 fi in the fiozeu nctan so ithvvard to I1 i t v m t of tu ith Kti ade lit that Mr Secretar) Ad mis w is the atttnipt to treatalirge area of vliutv as distiutth knowT- as the great octan as a private sta Nothing that Mr Adams or any representative to Great Britau. ever said came within so much as 1000 miles of Blhring sea It is not thought that the secretar) will accompany the torrespjudeiici by any argumentative, prophttic or rn jimmudatorv icport Ihe p iptrs arc crpcxrei with a simple and formal letter of submission. GEN FISK S DEATH A Second Attack of the Grip Endl Lventrul Life Vw TIORK July 10 Gin Cllntuu 15 Fisk died at his residence No 17o West Fifty-eighth stieet July 9, fruui a attack of the grip He nas surrounded by his family when tht end came His general health waa good but he had been confined to the house for a few davs with themal ady that event- ually proved fa- tal He was born IT Livingston ity this state, i Dec 8 1828 His parents re- i m ed Mich igan during his infancy After a successful career aft a intrchant millir and banker m th it state he removed to St Louis m 18o9 war broke out Mr Fisk went to the front was made colonel of the Hurt) thirl Missouri n0iraent He was promoted to be general m ami I riveted majur geneial of volun Uers in IHG.J After the war he HIS assistant commis Moner undir den 0 Howard in the management of the Freediuan s bureau la tventuck) and "lennifasee He rtiuoved to Ntw Jersey afterward Gen Fisk actively aided in the establishment of Fisk univtr h Nashville ienn in 186.) and it was limit d after him He has ever since been identified with its financial and education a! interests and was president of the board of tmsti i it his death He-wni ftlsn a ii ustoc of Dickinson enllege nt Drpw 1 hp. Ingital semmarj and albo of Albion col )i >1 He via, a trustee at the" 4iutrican Missionary association and also a nunbirof the book committee of the M( thodist Episcopal church He rendered conspicuous senices to Mathn tisrn in ptforts toward a reunion of tlii. and southern branches of church He w as particularly identified ith the Umperance movement and vvas the Prohibition c indulate for the-Governor of New Jersev In 1886 He was also a uindidata for the Presi lencj ou the same ticket in Since Ib74 he was closely idcutificd with the board of Indian com missi mere of which he was president (T i I okhitd rtpairtda fewdays his family to his cottage on the Rumson -oad between Red Uank and Seabnght, N J- He had4na le this placn h summer home for sevtral years He did much for chant ible purposes in that section by speaking at church fairs and other meet- Ings arrmged to lift church debts Gen Fisk acquired his first possessions through the insurance business, and amassed his fortune bj shrewd investments m real estate throughout the West and 1 itCT on conducting a banking and broker- UKt IJuahiP-a in fms Ha ..as gf abilitj and power as a speaker and had tfreat nwr nmnmhlagM 1 lie m r nglaud he made warm fnenda u ith John Bright and Gladstone, and in his country he was well acquainted with J e leading Americans and most promi n nt men in the various walks of life. i uneral sen ices will he_held m the Madi Avenue Methodist Episcopal church 0 morrow afteuitouu at 3 o'clock. Tht interment will be at Coldwater, Mich They Fear Faulkner Hill Go Free BLtrALO JiilftO atDoni "ille, LumKitin -eottutj aud In that ftw much otirrod up reports that ex Banker James Faulkner 11 likely to escape punishment as a reward for his brother, thtrlatt Lester B Faulkner United States Dis- trict Attorney Alexander vvas aoaent rrom the city, but his deputy Mr Norton, wai seen aud asked what truth there was m the report Mr Noilon'said the case of Jamei r mlkner would be disposed of" at tht u xt term of the court He would not make nny more definite statement, and m rq ly to a direct question admitted that nollt pressing would tome under the head of "disposed of He further said that the courts have hsld that scceptancs of states evidence from a criminal impliet tbe promise of clemency at the hands of tht authorities aud th it James Faulkner had glean testimony foi thrstate KnlEhtu of Pythias at Work. MinvADKFKr July 10 the session of the supreme lodge of the Knights of Pyth- is tht report of the committee on creden 1 ils vvhith sustained the claim of Ohio to In PL representatives in the supreme lodge, vas adopted The committee found that Ohio ha i over 80-000 ind wat tin refore entitled to another delegate It is that Supreme Viet C haucellor Shaw will be promoted to BU- preme chancellor Bliukwell, ol Kinlticky and J B King of Ontario are theniOot pi eminent candidates for supremo v ice chancellor Ihe contest for the place of holding the next conclaw is between Omaha and Boston, with chain en in favor of the ln.tto r pluce LlTTLr ROCK Ark Julv 10 -John Stars our) vv hanged at Ink Smilh, Ark, Urns aj H, vv is cnmictid of killing his wife last August ne r 1 aiifuln Creek uiilion IheiYiciitinnui in tin. jail yard The inestimable valne of Ayer's Sarsapa- rlna BB a blood pnrlfler ehonlil be known to every wile and mother. H correcu Irregu larltlcs, given lone and strength to the vital 5G.a ol Blllrnpn. S--1 A FAIR FORGER'S SHAME. j he Providence Belle Met by a Great Crowd SHEBOBElIIr OKDHLSrOKAILY Honie of MlM Nettle Clark, Wbo Forged a Note tuul al Apprehendod at New She May Get a lear lu Prliou. PROVIDLMt H I July 10 Invvliug, icraniblmg mob gathered at the I nion passenger depot last night It made np of young bloods, merchants loungers about towu, women of means and shop girls, each of whom closely scanued the txpresi out from New All had gattifrtM to see TVteftive Park( r and Miss Nettle Clurke the young woman who has made gush a. stir here and created so much Intercut m Now York c tbTlSsl ten by her forgery of a BIX thousand dollar note Deteclive Parker bought a local paper when the tram arrivecTIu New London for Mlis Clarke to rertd, and the first article that attracted hir attention was an account of reception which was in store for her This led her to open her satchel and take out a thick gray veil winch she prepared for use when the tune eajrtp hnd been talking freely with Detective Parker up to this time on any subject save that of -the forgery and what her to commit it A Starlnf Crowd Awaited Her She asked the officer to excuse her from talking on that subject But when the train rollc 1 over the iuomas river bridge and Nettk realized that she had begun the last stretch of the journey home herspinta began to fail and aho sank into a modlta live mood during which it was plain to be seen that she had not given the matter of her return careful thought before she realized then the serious nature of her offense A staring, boisterous await- ed her, and having passed that gauntlet, there remained her father mother and sis- ters There were no tears shed iuS there was ill concealed agony of mind A Thoroughly Crushed W oman When the train was due the depot plat- form was well crowded but Detective Par ker, by making a flank movement crossed the tracks and went out through a side duor Ttf n he walked hastily t award the city hall Nettie resting" upon the arm of the chief of police so weak that she stumbled perceptibly In the detective's office she sat motionless and mute a thor oughly crushed woman Having given the crowd the slTpTaltKiugTi Ifnad chased the officers and fair prisoner like a pack of hungry wolves the police officials tele- phone 1 for a carriage, and placing Nettie in it (arripd hpr tn thp central police Sta boa A Stoical Young woman At the police station were Mr and Mrs Hollis K Clarke and Nettie's two sisters, one of whom is married to Walter H Pea- body who was with the party As the carnage rolled up to the door those in the office nerved themselves for a touching scene when the father should open his arms and Nettie should throw herself into them wtcy Instead there mm the most fui u greeting Her face was raised to her father first and a kiss given him through the thick double veil a clasp of that was all The same greeting was given to each of the party by the stoical young woman And then she sat dowu in a little room with her relatives and the door was Chief Child left Nettie to the tender care of Lieut Rankm who later locked her up in the big cell room, in a cell close to three others, each of which was occupied by New York pick- pockets Nettis will be anaigued today and In open court down the veil will have to come She could easily have been bailed last night for 000, the surety which will be requireJ br JnHgp. PnnJtp as there are several persons who out of sympathy want to aid her 1 here a report that tfie bank is weakening and will accept the money proffered it and because of this and the sentiment which prevails the opinion Is ventured that if Ixettieis sentenced it will not bo in excess of one year at the house of correction A 51GHT NOT ON THE PROGRAMME weir and One of Hli Second! a Set-To. _ BuKtAU) N Y July 10 was a oizcd flght Wednesday night Hint dlil not form part of the programme at the Frie County Athletic club's entertainment It occurred at the Iroquois hotel, and the principals were Ike Weir, who had just whipped Tim Connor, and Tommy War ren, who was one of Weir'a seconds The party ha 1 gone to the hotel to receive thair lhare of the purse put up in the Weir Con nor fight Weir was sitting quietly wait- Ing for Piesident Griffin to turn over to him his share of the prize purse Warren JttiBmed nnnoim and tH-nHnsii- Anally he stepped up to the table where the club offi Ccia wcio it and smd "Contlemon, I'm satisfied this man (Weir) will cheat me If he gets a chance and I wish you wou'd keep out yvljat he owes me That was enough for the spider, and with spring of a cat he waa at WM1 Tommy wheeled, and before the club people knew what had happened thoy had another fiuht upon their hands and a red hot one Some good warm cracks were Interchanged before the men were parted, President Griffin threatening that if they made another such move he w ould put them both in the hands of the police Weir received a little over 150 the bal of being retained to pay ac counts against him Tommy got his money all right TO REPUBLICAN EDITORS Biildi.ii Tlum to Support thu Vleetlon Kill WASHINOT ;N July 10 U All man Bel den of the He[ illnaucoiiM ss i ul coin mittec 1 us ibb i 1 tbj f 11 k iMnbsto theedltiiri 1 tlu litpublirui [a] cisof the United Viatel bill lliu luiublicin I i n In itf Rev eraluitioul 1 the thtt as. one of 1U fu 1 in iiUil jilinks it. scu tt) tlie. xu.uti u f that of the COUSLIIUU u h to evti> in r rn fcdertl elicti ni 1 r t 1 1 allot and have it intt I for tlie u iid tit of his ehui e II t t lidye 1 i justice in v im r i> llie exercise f an unqULH tloualUw u us irntioual n0lt uf every Aaieri an citueii Nevuilieltis thegravot IP lu a sutionof our c u have de privel vast masses of tt r liwful fnu chise e fraudulent impost 1 aiimlttf I >f[ leseutati U e tiati ual house of repi sentatives t 1 have thus pncticall) sutvfrted tl e c i Ttitutiou in sdmrof its itul valuable. Iiioviaiiiis 1 lie strict em i ment of this inalienable is demanded as a solemn duty No question of negro s i( retimev no usurpation of federal power is involved in the Hsue ihe national eh tin is bill which rc r indirecth with suite elec tions state officers or state rj, in z itiona Iheatates are ver) projjfrh Itft ui wark out their own destiny thi( i_Ji tluir own agencies hy theu, shoul 1 tlie bill not become a As declm 1 tj the lion ilham Vclvntlcy in his in- the house 1 he passage of the federal elec- tion bill is tbe supreme dutj f the hour It s passage canuot longer le reasonably 1 evaded Ihe liuuse faithful and active m the fulfilment f jjai ietlou8-ln I the performance of a grtat pulllc trust, and undaunted by the diab heal thrusts and assaults of TVm jurty has promptl) perfmned its Uui) bj the pas sage of the bill Now it onh rtinuns for the Ktj ul licun majontv n tl e senate to emulate the house and PTI nt the presi b> his signature t-e rdt fv an 1 register the will of the nation 11 tl senate perform this imperitive u 1 be committee is in p u of in format on showing a CM oeiiiTHU 1 effort on tbe part of the Deinicruie party to change the trend of pul he thought by poisoning the minds of tiie petpletothe en 1 that a set tnnent in i) e iiiinufactured that would leter congress from pissing a national eln n i, Hi MX l I lulv HI xl rlauuof Upvv ird ut UJ 1 L-i 1 i fu 1 in tilt: au t uts uf I jh 1 lilin t rof public si 1 d ti t N u 1 It e b ir 1 of tr is' i 1 i n ikt tin lil I mo J i I Hiu- s r 11 s M v i 1 M thdil J Mill-) ill [Us are ou i ir km b t 1 ts v 11 1 L t ikin to prose cutu Larlnn Oiu (Ml no M tliii V J Ui Liivvs of meu art busv 1 ir i i tiiwniks by the IVtoil Hi 1 in m retxten h t r itil.- Mra, Pali ]m B v n j in 1 t> tiie fulling churth W" fn 15 d '1 Vn (Iliei Victim Si Joi'NsBtM M lul) F stir i jf ildiu vv is killt h It ..lit t hu jam door dui u tl ti s si rm NEW Yoi'JC, July 10, Special telegrams to Ihe Police Gazette state that George Blanch hajs decided to sell hw Sun Fran Cisco saloon and will saifTorTIngland, where he will meet all comirs for the mid die weight championship of the world Arrangements have been completed for a fight between Arthur Upham, of New London, and Bob t itzaimmons, of Zealan 1 at the Audubon club in New Or leans for SI 300 on 7ulv 28 Tha Glad stane club of Providence offeri a purse of for a contest between Andj Bowen, of New Orleans, and Carney the light weight champion of I upland Charlev "U lUon of Fuglnnd and Toaainy Ward of Ohio vvill fight in the Olympic club in Mw Orleans, on next Frl my for a purse of thniffod with Jl nioi Z71oinnnt WATFMilllY Conn Jill) 10 3 Pelham, inaniger for B Shonmgor music dealer has been arrested, charged with the cmbe77lement of 500 Pelham suys an investigation will bi neflt him as the books wre right "fold coneh ooflki what nhllonopl em term "B Ine'ral One In very llnble to fo tow the other hnt by cnrlnft thp cold with a nope of Ayer'n Cherry Pectoral the congh wjn be ptoppud and the coffin not M prewnt. The Iraportatice of purifying the Wood can- hot be ovcrcstlm lliu, fur nlthotlt blood you cinnot enjoy good health At this season nearly every one needs a good medicine to nrlfy, vlUllze, End enrich the Mood anil Hood s Sarsaparllla Is worthy your confidence It il peculiar lu that it strengthens anil luillil' up the system creates an a] petite anil aigntlmr, whtlo it crlillP itcs disease Give It a trial Hood s Sarsaparllla Is sold by all druggists Prepared by 0 I Hood Si Co, Lowell, Masi. 100 Doses One Dollar n if e A i. nt form THE' AXATIVE AND RITIOU8 JUIOC O? THE FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined the medicinal of plant-, known to be most benefit nl to the human sjsttm forming an agreeaMe apo cfftctue lixatne to perma- nentL) cure Habitual Coniti pafion aiicT the main ills de pend'ng on a weak or mactne Condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. Itis t most excellent remech known to CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFtECTUALLIt hen one I s or Const patcd T PURE BLOOU, SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW one it and all delighted uith it ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORH1AHGSYRUPCO SM CAL it rr- mm fi ft lielul eest vnrtst" of-SnrERFlN E CHOCOLATES puaranteed tobelheflnesl made In the U 8 will be found at T.O CAMRKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, TRENTOV N J Fancy Fruits Ice Cream Sorta Water Ice Tream Milk Shakes lemonade 4c aluajson band aAd the be had and made 1 hese are lacls Prices oonvenl- entlorall latest Novelties LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Stylish At almost First Cost Prices, along with new arrival of all styles Sun Umbrellas for ihe hot one of which 8nn Umbrel las every lady should have Alno a new arrival of new Embroideries and_ FlpnncinKB of the very finest material and workmanship, at fluch prices as are below anything ever heaid of Again, we have received another big lot of those beaut f il Children's Hats and Cape, the sale of which we have such a wide reputation m) thli. _ Go to WallU for a fluid s Hat and it will look twice as handsome again JQSt on ac count of the stylish hat' Jnqt received three more of our famous Fast Color i o lory ajd innuy Nov eltles for the vacation time _ i .1 OPPOITE CITY HALL N B goods are positively warranted very beet irniy. WO SOI KS, b Now Running IN lill'l PAi'l k ON PA6E FOUR, Umbrella and iSES'l IIAI TKK, 15 IJAW '11II3-MAN Bought hit AMUtlCAN OLOTHINQ AND TAILORING CO, would not bow mach wind whlttltd thiomgh his X, art clothing tht MM, Bojt mid witi m, i- j BEST TAILOR-MADF CLOlHiNG "At much It than Philadelphia Our great art 8AMPT V OVFRCOAT8 for 98 worth Md onr SAMPLE 8UI1U worth tad 99 for KB" Bnit> Ovtrcoata. CLOTHING MADE TO ORHFR onri it tit bMt honit ij< iht dfl witk, and comt ilong to tl t LOOK OUT I'M BARGAINS We have- purchased the store North -of and intend to build on the two lots I lie lincsl Store in I rait on! wi mtut gtt rid of onr itock to do thm, thtrtfort, RIsAUY-MADU CLOTHING! IN c i C. 1 AN I4 vvif.T BB i'! S NOR] I! T.REFNF S1K.EFI. BTKWAUT IUIiHNJ'-SO .v COU-KGI? Eqaim YOUNG LADIHfl HPHVlOi, IB tht UOUHl'USU BUOM. ftr TMMFiiIATB EFFIOItM AKR KYi-44-KiH-Nrvii T. SFKCIAUSTS, WORKKKS. 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