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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               retiimi VOL. VITT. NO. 2109. rKKNTON, FRIDAY ABTKHNOON, 8KPTKMBKU 5. 1890. TWO CKNT8 QUAY VERSUS KENNEDY. Pennsylvania Republican Mem- bers Are Very Indignant. 10 (ill MEN The Ohloiin s lUinarks Mere a Mulattos of the House but No One Callec Him to Order V UeKoliitlon Prepared by the Kejntone DUegutiou WASIIIN IN Stjt speech 01 Mr Kci neel) (0 ddivMid In the hous arn made of jute from JO to 8." per cent and striking out the words sisal or manilla was read and Mr Car lisle moved to reduce the rate to 25 per cent Mr Carlisle s amendment was agreed to Dlmllng Twine on the Free List. In the next paragraph imposing a duty of cents a pound on cables cordage and twine, the finance committee hadprc- peisul to insert the words binding twine alin to strike out tue words binding twine 1Y cents per pound Mr Aldnch with drew the amendment so as to leave the paiagraph as it came from the house Mr Dav is moved an amendment to strike the binding twine out of the paragraph in order to have it afterward placed on the free list The vote was taken on Mr Davis amendment and it was agreed 341024 The Republicans voting 5ea were Alcssrs Allison McMillan, Mitch- ell Moody Paddock Pierce Plumb, Squire U ashburn and Wilson (la Unly one nay Mr Aldnch moved to strike out of para- graph }47 relating to burlaps of flax Jute or hemp the "exceeding sixty Inches in width cents per pound Agreed to Paragraph 3oO relating to flax gill net- ting nets ttc was amended by making the duty 20 cents per pound and 40 per cent ad valorem, Instead of 2o cents and 35 per cent ihiTDnty wrt In schedule N Mr ylldrich moved to in sert in place of the paragraph as to bone and hoin buttons a paragraph in these words Ivory vegetable ivory, bone and horn buttons 50 per cent ad valorem" Agree d to Also to insert in place of the pai igruph as to shoe buttons the follow ing pai igrapli Shoe Tnittons maelc oT paper, papier mache pulp or other similar ma teiial not specially provideel for, valued at not exceeding 3 cents per gross 1 cent per gross Agieeel to Paragraph 420 relating to feathers and downs was amended so as to have crude and not dressed feathers placed on the free list and by reducing the duty on dressed feathers from'iflti 40 nor fo n paragraph J22 relating to ceitt n le th i t bleached was amended bv maki L, tl e lust hue read IU cents persquuid jai 1 and d.) per cent ad valorem In the HoUKe Sept the. houoe Mr Cummlnts ris ng to apirsniil c tion in conne ction with Mr (aim is fa inf us bide ma It a sj e h in criticism of the spcakei and the i Is 1 ho 01 ijton lireckiniidte election c i is dc bated f Hither without actie n lith use passed senate bill to auth the save) of the seventh standard [atalltl between Noith an 1 South Dakota The Panama Strike Is OKI I'AMvn Sept Panama I llr al -onipiiny having agreed to tlcn lal r ers the ft rmer rate of the sinkers have returned to work Sunol BOTH autl FLYERS FAILED uld N A BIG NEW YORK CRASH. Sawyer, Wallace 8r Co. Fail For HUM D IH 1 HUH LONDON REPUBLCANb AT SARATOGA The Ollieir. 1 letted and 1 li it W 111 fsAKU V N Lent, le f ill lit in Ik Pulo Alto C Ttieir KetordH PIIIHUUPHIA Sept r> Kearlv r (XX) persons were present at TitTinc i f park Thursday to witness the futile nui-mps of the stallion Palo Alto and the trotting inare Sunol to lower their records Tho mare made the mile in 2 an unfort- unate break marring her peiformauea alid Palo Alto trotted the distant e in 2 U1 The trotter S iu a match race with Maggie B imde a mile to wag on in 2 If584 coming within half a second of Hopeful B record of 2 Ib 4 Ihe track was in good-toiictrtion When Sunn! s trial ra UO to beat his own record of 2 with an additional if he bcata the- talhon rr lieitor anel two jeirs later judge of the robate court He was chosen governor of PUW-'EM Absolutely rure. A crtiun of bkklpg powder. High Nt of In Iwvening U. B. gv 17, iqm, Ohio in 1S71 and in 16e7 was appointed as l in l stntps minister to Prance He was i member of the celebrated commission to Itterniino the Hayes contest In March nsy he was elected judge of the superior ourt which office he. held up to the f his death A Jealous Husband's Crime Pun IDILIIIIA Sept 5 F of this city who fatally shot his v ife and slightl) woundeel himself at At- intie City Thursday is employed by the Hull SrtsVflboHrn Mantrfactsring euiiipsny lie is 32 years of age and has been a steady v rkman Recently his wife andO-jear 11 laughter went to Atlantic City at the invitation of Mrs Young s mother, who is ntploved there as a nurse Thursday a w jinan called on 'iouug at his place of mplojment Shortly afterward Young sin 1 he was going to Atlant c Cily as" s n it thing was the matter with his wife It is Known that was annoyed about his wife s acquaintance with the man VV Ogden of Moiton Pi It is supposed that theweimaii who called on him informed him that his wife and together at the seashore It is believed here that there wns nothing criminal m the rela tions tif and the woman is s n now that he fired the shot and hopes that If his wife dies he will die too Soil IIR 1 xploftton nt WiiKtsiuniiF Pa Stpt sion occuried Thursday afternoon at No 4 colherv of the Kingston Coal company at K Iwardsv llle, Pa and two men were badly and one fatally injured The follow ing are the injured John E Jones miner frightfull} burned and cannot live lohn T Armstrong, mine boss, and illinm D Lewis miner, seriously burned The ex plosion wns probably caused by n body o( gas being set off with a naked light To Invent at Albany NEWiOTK Sept The members of the state boarel of mediation and arbitration have gone 11 Albany where they will con tinue investigation into tho New York Ccn tral strike "Jew children can be Induced to take physio without a ttruggle, and no drnn are extremely nanseatlng Ayer'n Pills, on the contrary, being sugar coated, are vfecerly tyr t-he little onei.and are, thafcVorittkmiijrmMloke' The Urm V, as One of the Com- mission Houses In Pork hpocuUtlouil of IOUIIK Sawyer iu Lou don tlie UnilB Downfall Ntw Kl feept allace Co of New Louisville and London the largest .ge neral commission merchants aud brokers in their line In this country and s m the world have suspended pajment It is an absolute and irretriev able collapse and the large capital of the concern is, wiped out If is im possible aa yet to ascertain the extent of tho firm u 1 labilities -but-they are roughly estimate 1 b> members of the firm to be upward of 000 (XX) lauve of the Failure The failure was caused byjjrolongedand reckless speculations and it is believed, the dishonesty of L W Sawyer, who had charge London efficfrof the concern and controlled practically all of the Euro- pean oj tion business which was very ex- teusiv e Saucer, allar P Co had 180 agents em! ra mg every city m Europe ester laj afternoon just fifteen minutes after the closing the financial and spec ulative e a sensational and alarming rumor spread like a prairie fire through the Wall street section It was that the Berlin agent of Sawyer Wallace Co was a defaulter to the extent of half a million doll irs and had committed sui cide upon the discovery of his heavy short- age which had caused the house to an nounce its suspension It Seemed Improbable Sawjer dllace Co was such a big concern that the appalling possibility of its failure was received with uneasy m credulitj Curiousl) enough the only portioi ti the alarming btor> which was at first gcnerall} believed was that relating to the Berlin agent s shortage That such a house shoull t under seemed improba ble And vet the imj robable half of the rumor proved t be the truth and the agent s roi uted heavy defalcation was un true Tlie I Irm 8 Notice The following announcement was sentto the vario is ext 1 angts It la i h n r-s 1 It- sorr w that we are carper bt a funeral for tb" beueflt of our ere 1 rs r r o irees have I epn com pleu-lv f-xta sti-d li 1 m our f jptiou t us nes n 1 f-1 and pr vis ons ch f conduct el thro L In Owing to the number and vanPt} of foreign accounts TVP crrauut tbr ftlti l t r I iiljll L ea u abstia but wlieu we can Jo so a n feting of our creditors will be calle J if tf s desire M ant f M 1 avp turned over to onr assignee Mr Ma si ill u cs of the" city of Saw York all our ass t 1 th partnership and individual, with out prefi-reuce ol crel tors SA Ikrt VA tO lion the Firm Was Received The td jre Itzlg the Berlin agent whose suicide was announced had been speculat- ing on the wrong side of the market had faile 1 His shortage was very small Lucius W illard Sawjer the son of Samuel A Savvjer the senior member of the firm, has been manager of the London branch for five years Mr Savvjer Is a married man about 40 years old. He indulged in unauthorized speculation in pork and com pletely ruined the turn before his opera- tions were discovered The present firm is composed of Samuel A Sawyer, David L. 'vA allacc and Thomas Miller It has been m the commission business in this city for thirt) seven years but it was not until feept 1 that Mr Miller was taken Into the firm He had been the cashier of the old firm and has since then has had charge of the finances Some time ago Air Miller made the statement that the firm of Sawyer allace el Co had assets amounting to 000, with liabilities merely nominal and did a commission business only So firmly were its credit and character established that large amounts of its paper were sold at the lowest rates Sawyer Co exported three fourths of all the wheat that was sent from here to Germany and thev were also big dealers m cotton lard, and put k Coffee ami petroleum were also handled by them B P Hutchmeon Old Hutch was their Chicago agent Report on the Qulnoy Horror QUINCY Mass Sept B Hum phrey of the district court of East Nor folk has made his return on the inquest held on the recent Old Colony railroad dis- aster at Quincy He finds that the track jack was the cause of the accident, and that Joseph F Welsh the section master. follow pin v t retarj I Kenuttt the state 1 All 111 1 llr, President u 1 14 f hailcs s s, I! Ilijes tua i I h new exet iltlve t i_ it is us follows J Vblott Hi andiusen-. lint n bu h I i'i I I n PmMfl 1 l I I etchvv rtl Is. 1 1 H M Uutchts atthci 1 I B i k 1'en 11 e I ilh un HI I lUl h i 1 Muntj, into D Vrk Vi liter I S Wink i Kifis 1 Kn 1 hpndnn; IJrodhoml Beiine an 1 Innus P I1 st 1-d I) whin, J I Kiel n n 1 V Galvvaj A Pi rs n Schene.etadv IU arren B C Win and i McC isktj The plaUurn adupti-dbytl indorses H irrison Speaker H Kinky bill and the Lodge I nounced DemKratic obstrii address to the state leagues tr the. M VI tl see (r lit o jf I 1) 1 li l I De 1 e> P II in w M n t rt s u i i >ns rifirnson wno urn 1 In niLjtit Hill i 1 ;u IMiss the presidents st 11 t n u it I I im Ul Inisl ness f ar itlnt 1 aru Krvvill be trans a te 1 at l i is n 11 i leMden will rob aM> rei K n tit- n iituiiKiiitil tl d inst whin he will L, to loledo O t a I t tie I it i f the letj of i I t rl u d vvhi h holds i d ic i i n there oil Hie ill il Us I 1 i MM V 111 I Ml -s tr els f tl i 1 1st li ti I u i 1 i i f r s- 1 tl I ill t 1 1 1 I tn t ist j nil ii f r ne e k an 1 t II Itv- 1 1 l 1 st 1 ill t 1 (jib i il 11 1 t ire 7 li >t AK It 11 t De in j nt u 1 ifttr tho te 1 to ad n eel i n at t 1 1 n he Hep il lit u ut4ve l tho llr lit stu 1 the Me 1 ind de n I ha tl c t n nounced free trade eulogize 1 J t aud earnestl} urged the state 1 i_ as to hold uj> twndh of their SLU i i-> and representatives in the great c it t f r u federal election law which shill me t) the southern members of 0111 i un tltir political arid conititutif fij i t orsandtotb iwav with the t vr i which for twentv hve years 1 ti c u stantl} pcrpet mtcd in the soul! tin half of the republic The denunci itlon of I ish an 1 d bbs was indorsed after a hot debate NEWS IN BRIEF Condensed Telt.gram.ii Gathered from A arl- oua Places The committee of treasurv it i s con sistmg of S tonveiiM n e f thetlrst llstrlct noli in ileel George M Kltssum fui c la tlie lulled Slaten I M II M NI HI- VI Sept 5 a meetllj, of th Catholl Mutuil Henevtlent ass tla tiun the inoti )ii to separate from United states 1} w is came 1 bj anal most, un Mmous vote It will now gc before tho eupieme couucll for confiruia ticn and when passed a Cauadlan supreiie Benwetl Mnrtler Witness ttisstn[ i sr (K On tz Sept r) It ia reported Chance and i H ''iniontoli vh pomte 1 to investigate certain ferred Lnited States Commissioner Reed of New mg incompett i cy and untune have mult their rqort toll exoneratm0 the commission r blame Ihe sen ite committee c n I have ma k a f iv or ille rep it bill (with am i Imen -i t i Seneca u it n if IK It bu Is vvitl in tl c all i Allegi inv i rv ill n aud t ictini, le Kev K v il II Pulln in teen n i i t TT hcai s m 1 1 I- i M i irt French i tion will de pi i i cap i re f r like rttarv fr m all iff! Pu 1m in n f p il ice e u 1 i f tl district ti Ul m th e t who VI tc 1 111 I k III! f 1 i iv ii inn ha i it i Pt _c eft A that M ss sinith of 1 istwood the most Imp rtiu t witness f r the crown m the Bemvell murd r e i e has mvsteri uslj   stem as Boon crease in U me en towns are wante 1 t vote One htindrt 1 11 Second Congress] nal 15 112 bhurtlelf T 14 8 Ninetv two t i gressional district loney, I in ij r i The number f DPI i elected a.s er retuins of 43 over Broker Haipei 1 a broker h is be n charge of 1 tr delphia last Alirch II Onl} eleven mplete the total -n towns m the tnci. give Groul j rlty for Groul u the list Con 1 vers 11 4S4 Ala f i Powei s 3 92o i representatives ibout bO or a gain in Trouble. Ul erf Hirpendmg rested here on i hile m Phili I met Lewis whom he repre H Brennan sented th it he was. i er of the New York Gon-uli late 1 1 1 inge He advised Brennan to have h 1 the stock. of the AVild Deu Mimns i mi) of Colorado of which Brcnn 1 1 vi ill principal own er and Brenmi t fc 500 in manor TO I the stock aguusi i ending left I h 1 execute his cjmui s talned that he was i exchange and h ii hi of the stock an 1 m n committed to J ill in 1 ver the stock and nstd iu piotecting i h decline Harp I 1 11 ostensibly to Brennan ascer i member of the irrested for larceny Harpending was fault of bail Both the method and results when Sjrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- tem effectually, dispels colds head- aches and fevers arid cures habitual cun-Lijiatioti. of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro- duced, pleasing to the taste and ac- ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beueficial m its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all aud have made it the most popular remedy known. of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand pro- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute, CALIFORNIA FIB SYRUP CO. FRANCISCO CAL. UHH8VIIIF. KY HEW WRK, N 1 The largest variety of SUPERFINE CREAM CHOCOLATES guaranteed to be the finest made in the U 8 will be found at A Now million fm Long Ilranch LONGliKAVH I Sept 5 a special meeting of the directors of the New and I tmr Hrnnrh railroad it was decided to erect n stat n here to cost 000 The goruiamllrer Ilkss It bcoauna It Is fine The workman likes It becftnae It qnennhen hlB thirst, enriches his blood and his muscle It cheap The mother liken It. It her boys at home Hires' Root Beer To Teach tin Deaf ALBANY Sept o 1 h eminent special ista interested in t lung the deaf in session heie have if cted an organiza tion under the title i f i e American Asso- ciation to From >te t leachiug of Speech to the Deaf Those 1 ted as trustees for the ensuing year vv r A Graham Bell of Washington D I resident Gardner Hubbard "of m I) o lirstvlce president Carol) n i ile of North Ham ton Mass second u e lesideut Ellen L Barton of Klnderl k N 1 A I E Crouter of Plulnrtclpl n Philip G Gillett of Jacksonville 111 1' Greenberger of New York, Mar} N line, of Bethel, Me S F TTesterUlt ft hester N Y Sec retary and treismer irles James Bell of D Tlir WIilf  best LikiAMse we call attention to our grand, superb stot k of Fall and Winter Under wear, Outfits, (Jlnl drcns Cloaks, Coats ind Tints and Caps foi tlie Fall wear Very latest handsome styles, war ranted made of the best materials and superior woikmanship Fall Hosiery, Kid Gloves, Corsets, fine Muslin Underweai, Ac All Fine Umbrellas, m endless vanety One lot fine Gloria Um- brellas, which Bell at 50, we are now selling at cost, yes, truly cost, only 98c Call and be convinced .1 f i, OPPOSITE IIAiJ Tills MAN Bought AMhRTCAN OLO1HINQ AND TAILORING 00, would not bow much wind whutltd through hu Wt arc clothing MM, Boyi ind Ckildrn with CLQJHINB, At ranch li thm Philtddphui Onr gi t tn 8AMPT K ROOAT8 for worth oni HAMPT P SUlId, nd for for Okildrin'i KBM nd Smta MADE TO ORBFR EtmtmbW) a but ui ccnntij d -I right klong Wo 3 State. Cor. warren St Tronton Ico Co. FROM WATKR. Will be prepared on and after AUGUST W, i-KOM DISTII-I-KD WATKK. AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES In quantities of one ton or more, 50 cents per cwt. In quantities of not less than 300 Ibs., 60 cents per cwt. I III I WUGIK Delivered on platform at our works, corner Lamberton and Lalor streets. This ice is tree fiom all impurities of vegetable or animal matters, as it is made only of condensed and distilled pure water. We also guarantee our Hygeia Ice to be 25 per cent better in every respect and by the most economical for use, Address all communications, r. O. Telephone Call No. 40   

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