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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOT-.. IX. NO. 2172. TRENTON, W I )N Kid DAY AKTKRNOON, NOVifiMRKJK i9 1890. TWO PR] Sim-M -SMITH DEPEW ON RECIPROCITY. He Stands with Mr Blame on the Issue THE KMrM HNVNtHL UUSIS Notewoitllj Spffihen it tho Bail quet of Ih, Nm loilt I kin her of Com Smith (arl Schurz t Hint ind Oth v It Hit- one hundred and twditj c ud uiiu 11! of tbe ChRmbtruf Con in rte was- Ircto at monicu i Uht Prenidtul burltH S Smith pnsiUd those present were Grruvci Cleveland ilhani uitih Lhauncey M ptw Car! Dr C W Lnot prthidentol Harvard Gen Sh( i man liiwhop Potter (jtu Scbo field ind Gen Howaid 1 he pnn rip il spi akt rs uth ei than Prtsident Plinth who dehv ertd an introduc torj adrlt< were (leorgt. ill i a m u r tis Com DH rce and Litera (ure Cbauucey M Dt pew Re ciprocit) w ith (ther Nations arl Scburz "TLe ut of J (jrtign umniprce 1: and President 1 iiut of II ird h luca tion lu its KUiUion to Affaira llin Fin tMLia.1 triHis In i bri( f introductory speech President bniith hinffd of two monstroufa tbo hiifint i il mtuition and foreign corn merce Abu the hnancial crisis Presi (Msiidll of ihe si V( re i TIMS in finincial rn  the great bankers of Londt n and ork dtiem the tliauks ar d of the K ninif itinl woi Id 1 iteu r may be onr in in idu tl judg inenttoi the n c. ut lition in si ind tai fT no ful man u ill il th it fur good -or the 1 tst s --i i f r ss was tht, moflt impornnt tl it 1 is been held since tbe close t f t ne il u u lit. Favors Kt Ijuotity lu cont luii u the s[ t iker tspoke most vigorousl) in favor of i ciprocity He said Le felt <_c me' d th it it-ciprocit j tlie ke) h H( ul 1 open ideh tbe d jor of conunerci il intereou "ad the na tiou an outlet for its surpiui pioduct Di h it K s Lliot Speech Dr Charles VV Lh jt president of Har vard college '-aid tl it tl e U lit to he responded r ft r to the note wortln fact that i Iar0c prt p rtion of the endowments 1 r ac id uiu in instruction in th I nitf 1 beeu given lynicTi u i been de voted to biisinf ts rs Ii another 1) the tffect of world i le metcantik aud fiuan v C H DEPKW changes on the available mcome of endowments ithiu twenty yews the income of sueh endowments had thruiik very seriously, both in this coan try aud in England The speaker said that everything universities now teach is Mpable of duect application to modern He then showed how necessarj a thorough education was to a business and continued Liberal education develops the sense of right, duty and hon or, and more and more m the neAtern world large business rests on rectitude honor Carl Schnrz on Commerce. Hon Carl Schurz, who spoke next said that one sided international trade was a eontradiction to itself There must be a mutual exchange America has much to Mil, and could feed her commerce if given chance Ihe speaker touched lightly on the relations existing between the tariff the foreign tominerce of America and then said that, as the tariff enhances the price of things the manufacturer bis to in the production of his finished arti clc, it enhances the cost of production and the price the manufacturer must ask and puts the manufactured goods a disad- vantage in tbe foreign market, renders them unfit for exportation and thus nar rows and cripples the foreign commerce The remedy he said, consists in such a re vision ot the tariff as will deliver the American manufacturing industries of those artificial burdens which increase the cost of the things thej h e to use in prod notion He ma IB an eloquent tppeal for the merchant marine, claiming that free dom to buy and fieedoin to build ships would send the Stars anu Stripes again over all Europe pew on Reciprocity. Chauncey iM Depew was received with applause and said among other things "Ihe events of the last few days have rev olutionimi the thought and IK linn of the PdWDLll Absolutely A oieMD of baking powder. High .it of in i V. 8. GoT- world i n v   t in i >iuli >u of !uw I tl i L i tl B t a t s i n 11 11 p o f New The tM.nl i v, tl t I rui I in in ready in the n tfitst t f mti in m ji il t mi merce to lend WX) OXJ at 3 where the ruling rate wast I der many and Kussia rtbpoudt d w ith tquai yenerosiU I his is interauiK i il uc j IDC ity of the blondest and n ost b licfil cbaratter It opens a vmta of 1 pt.fi the nations unequ iled b} any bin.ie of our time A Peril Never felt Utfm 1 It dtinonst ites that tht p i f peace and war la pausing from tne In t lit iry h k is la tor and the accident il p lit! ui tu the bankers and f of 1 ir pe 1 he i tints of tbe last ft'w _ le a peril HimjecUdbi IHMI ft It Europe huudre IH of MI Ii ns of dollars worth of bieadatulls and live stock. e sell others hundreds of mil i HIS of dollars worth of cottou and tl it m .mey comen back to still fuilh r til ij our property c sell others him In ds of mill ions of railroad stocks aud b n Is I hat money goes into roalb< d in J rol stu  a financial CJL one sti Its 1 un don Pans Berlin W na Ii u fjrt lhen_thtir bourses an J mvcbLor- p ir us au of r ur stjcks an 1 bu aud lake bai k your sccui IICH aud return ue our moneyl1 We Stood the the past few week-' we stood the str tiu of the repuic. ise of all our bouds and stocks which I ir pe de sired to sell Itwa-s a fearful test, but it 1 is peibl) demonstrited tl c rf our filial cial situation But t n i sc jur sources we mu-st Mili_t the area of the markets fr m tl I ited States Ihe bpe iktr dw It at some length up ju the benf ht that w ild IIP de rued b) commercial rccipiuc witb Cinada and thf Stuth n ib lies If latiori I j re vaile we will the A ncr i nurcl tnt tbe opportunity to canj the jr lu of the American farm to the ubhc-s of CerilraTand A nit IK a Cleveland Complitneuts At the conclusion tbe ir pecues ex President wa.s t n ally for ami made a si act in winch he referred in t li r is ind compiimentar) manner tu 1 s. fr 1-1   kind and things said suth nice things of me is lam informed, upon him tht eundt-mna tion of members of bis part} 1 Indeed I hear it said that one enthu personal adherent of hi" trrni the west wrote to bun that on account ot tl use couiteous and comphmentar) tin he said of me that he w juldu t te f( r Mr Depew for a pound mailer tins thinx carries w ith it au acknowled0m nr of the kindness and goodness of Mr 1) pew and also a confession of mj own er u dw position, for I confes- to that tl e time has not jet come w1 I thouBl l I could safelv launch out on that soit (f a subject But the time will come, and I am watch ing for it, when it will be no harm THE INDIANS IN DANGER White People Getting Rattled aud Troops Hurrying to the Scene Minn 19 Man danspcial to Ihe Tribune UK) settlers were on attain last n _Jit fiom I-ud county going to lli-n arck for safely At Grlenullen forty nn'es west, turned out en masse, tlnov up circular breastworks bj nojnheht huge enoupb to get into for protei t ion A bupplj of rifles were sent to etch settlement m the county A tele _rani rect ned In a cor respondent from New m state! that 150 Ind ans are c imped south of that pomt and tht people are clamoring foi tuns and powder A number of determined men bent on dm out of the n the Indians camped here have deferred action on the Indians piomibing to be peaci ible I erj house m town is full to with refugees from countn district Intense excitement in tbe coun tri, settlers are piepued to an> thing about Indians bee mse of thtu queer actions lately families t uue in todaj afoot a distance of twent) milts and over, too poor to own In town somewhat less tension exists OH to tne receipt of 300 guns from the btatc inent, and the fact that a comf iny of soldiers hive just aimed from fort Tot ten 1 here are 200armed Indi ins in town, but citizens aie armed, too and patrols are out Aditewill be fixed by a com mittte of and Indian nts noti ncd tliat after that date any Indian found in this counfv without a pass from an agent v, ill be killt d on sight Ihe popu laUon is thoroughly aroused, iud although consfnntne men are doing t-heii best to quiet the anurr> populace then is eury retmon to believe that unless tin i n ment takes immediate steps to menace the force of soldiers heie at 1 ort I mcoln evei) Indian coming into the county will be killed lluirylng Troops to the Some Neb Isnv I1) CompuiKs V B, C and U of the becund United st ites in fnntry at E ort Omaha under toiumwid of Maj 1 utler left foi Pino ncy last to hold the Indi un in elu ck ided w ith r it ions for lilti c n d s 1 ho four other companies hen win unfilled to be lend) to fit n Ii '1 he troops at toit M( un 1< i i mmaiid of Col Guy Hcury, L.C IH t Wyo Ihe tioops nt Fort Nnliini left for Pine Ridge agency todny I ml I ft Itcy oiul Control Minn 19 Clind ron Iseb special rs laat even I he men ull appeared and one of the leadeiu baid to u as he left the hott 1 haven't heard the last It is safe to say th it the entire object if the meeting to discuss the demands m i le. on the management of the road uul the answer leceived ftom Presi dent King All to Succeed Cameron Nov who are anxious th it Cameion shall be re turned v PH sut used to learn that George Ddimatci, the defeated cand d tit fot i I'uinsvhania, h is (innouIK d himself in the iaec for the Bfimtnship Iheh0ht jMommpp to he a most nm one I itler John Ii Kohl isfin Adjt (TPH Hastings and Grovti noi Beav r aie also candidates ttilifninlK Manly Art. SAN I I [sut Nov In the case of Sidn H 11 11 f t m one of the pimeipala mi st d lui i at tho Call fiinia lubhst Siptembir, the jury yes UK'IJ i Hi d a veidicL of not guilty llm v r i Milks tin tight of the flthlt i (Inls to Imld glove exhibitions witlu ut ill i d i i( K net Siniillpox on 1 i ISormaudle lit Ihe steamship La Normtiudii 1 Quaran tine w tli sni illpov on board will be al lowed h} tlm Jwilth office rs to et me up to hci dock t( d u Grorgo N. Nos 630 and 538 Perrj street, opposite Ewing Btieet, sollfl nothing but Upper hiffh Bed TAttimer White Uhlgh Ooal. Tij it. OUH I T! BATTLESHIP Hit Btu V i I i IM r M MuttM (Mlt 1 I tt Ui, I l 11 t 1 i Mil n tl e Vr i w ii M (1 1 in d v i i "-ife rt 1 ss i IK i ill i i 1 v s 1 11 r t k 1 pi lU I I 1 I 1 t I Ills I M l W is lai 111) il 1 Ail'M i 1 1 nil 1 tit s s v u in AUL H s> t llt i u s i i i t 1 I im 11 1t n ti I i i IL 1 i In i n it i 1 lit I i s ij I si 1 as U i I ui t t m lit s 1 is of the i! I i i h LI I I i sh is 1 u 111 1 i i s 1 a 1 to be1 ha i s H it tl n n 1 1 t q i pptd stJ i 1 nix in tl v tt< i U et rtiin 11 1 it waa necT sun to so place n i ti tt the engines guun fs w ull hi i r tc (let! I1 v his' imiiei lal arrived fr i 1 ft uu drj of C Phi[ pH o IuU JU It e t s 1 of i f ui plates 11 ship has c 1 pi ites except thost in lier bow and st n un i bhe IB ma le uf i.oni[ aiatively ill piecta bolte 1 au 1 rivtt 1 t  i lui n twin screws 1 t i in fourteen feet if her bull i 1 bt o-icd tbe lUr line but v.ifu si e it, this n I L re duted to t feet blie three sinifh nmstu which 11 fortihe 1 latfor 114 fur _, i t ipa be f fh i n 1 n j 1 i 1 nilets a m u i at fin tflt L t. i i c f 1 UOtfj trds ill tuthti 1 P-> of steel arm i along uuii f Met 1 three left nl tvt- thy uaUt In 1 f ia feet below Iht trtnoi will is! it H bitkmg of j 1 sup purl i In IK of half n h stet! pi tin t, e i> ongmallj d d tu cam 1 cr guns m u[ tin rt ts ir 1 rind afl oti her de k but the "tiichforn turret w ith its Mlopin b is bet.ii sul v LI te 1 ihe are to be 1 i t IL line andfull} piuLteted from i iin i 1 f n i i ei t ill be four 10 mch rifles ea h i a i in 310 i iclirf- in length to '-htol w) ut la of w tt a o i out U uf j nsder t  pouuds of powuer adistdiict- of fnt miles lour rapl fire t inch bore, four o] 1 fi n ti bure, f in uvohiiiK tauuons and loui (j lh N cruiser is to be A a luiptd tu She is to tut e1- i ui uch tc rj L x-i can be hurled hfii at cU qu u rs s! t be cruiser T ind i-- I rir battleship of the new tr i -1 e nit able to h jld her own with ati> ft Ihe complete cost of tb "v une v. ill not bt far from UOO 000 THE NEWS IN BRIEF Con de Gathered at Ran doni from tariouH I laces. An AKace woman fearing that she and hei f unilj w on Id to death, cut the thro i's of her Ihe childien and then killed herself 1 IK nns II irper i hotel keeper at Greeo wotd Aik sh it and killed Henrj Wilson in tl e c< urt house for betraying hia tt i JoliL I) i is ind Henr) Issmger were killed in v tluii injmed by a fiLicht uirneu Luck Haven, Pa Iheie is no (.1) ingt in the hatters' trouble at Dam urj t t th it more factories haye e lostd all del) nt me tits my tn the tiunmeri beint, uiit Ihe crtt( n spinntis m the Clark Thiead mil s at nk puscnted then ulti nuiiuni f r in  sh n Scarcely a family Is entirely from It, while tlimisands evojj where are Ita lulierlng glares Hood s Sarsapanlla hod remarkable success In curing erery fond of scrofula The mo't severe and running sores gwi limp In the neck goitre, humor In tbo eyes, causing or total blindness yU Id U) tho powtcful of this medicine The Wors "My son wai afflitted with the wont wrofula, and on the recommendation my druggist I gave him Hood s Today he la Bound and well notwithstanding It was said there was not enough in nilnola to effect a oure J CRRIBTIXK, niipotla, HI Be to get Hood'o fl kjOI CO AI tl csrloi Lowoll M-" IOO One Dollar The largest variety ol HUPFRFINF TRFAM CHOCOLATES Ruarmiteeci tohethefluent made In the U 8 will be fonnd at ANGKT.Q CAMKKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, SOE eo o j. t TRKNTON N J Fancy Fniltfl. Ice Irpftin Water, Ice Cream Hod an, Milk BhflkpH, LemonnHe, Ac alwRys on hand, and the best 1 hat can be b w and made Theie are faoU Both the method and results -when smip of ia taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently jet piomptly ou the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sjs tern effectually, dispels cold- head- aches and and cmts habitual constipation. of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro- duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptahle to the stomach, prompt iu Us action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from the moH healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy buup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by nil leading drug gists Any reliable druggist -who may not have it on hand will pro- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRAHCISCO CAL. UUISHIIF. KY new Rwr, r special Notice. The ladies will find at Wallis' all the late arrivals in Woolen Yarns, among which we highly recommend the following famous favorite brands Best imported German Knitting Yarn, m all colors; best Spanish Yarn, in all colors, beet Saxony Wool, all colors, Knitting Wors- ted, all colors, imported Zephyr and Zephyr Germantown ouly in very beat quality. Likewise we all attention to our grand, superb stock of Fall and Winter Under- wear, Childrens' Outfits, jlhil- drens' Cloaks, Coats and Hats and Caps for the Fall wear. Very latest handsome styles, war- ranted made of the best materials and superior workmanship Fall losiery, Kid Gloves, Corsets, fine Muslin Underwear, All new goods. Fine Umbrellas, in endless variety. One lot fine Gloria Um- )rellas, which sell at 50, we are now selling at cost; yes, truly cost, only 98c. Call and convinced. HALT. I M 1 nur) tn ith N II MIIJ Itt Ht st ntente 1 tu tifttt ii t us at liaril labor in state isun II follonniK ftiors win ckctid at n mutiny of U i, C I'resi lent Iinui HissillI nrll vne preHidttitM 1 us flavor a food and drink combined -at i hall teat a tup and fit for a prime. VAN Him 11 IP C "BEST GOES FARTHEST." I. by lh, .u.ly.l.H.l hri, Il.allU. Ill VlV tl >HEN i hu the .olublllly Uf a. Il Brty lent V.I, 1. thcwli k of II r a 1 nntered more p.l.uH. 1 sale In the 1 A K lor is 11 I itv -nd tuke Do 67 'I'll i 1 11 XX -i i 15 EAST STATE STREET. WINTH1K STYT.H! OPPOWl'I SFAL ITfilHNS, SEAL CAFS, M H V Jr4 Ct T Q a I-' S YOUMAN'S HAT- A SPKCIALTY I' IIAKI'iNli On and Quality think dt putting un Overcoat oi Suit m our (onntuH that wasn t neath and IN nii That is the louml.it on ot tins j'li.it liusitiess, and tins st i, in the Cl (or Men and i-, ULT and than ever A. C. YAMS AC 6th Chestnut. 13th Chestnut. M JT A (New-itore t-i I A MEN'S SUITS 1 A good suit for 1 A better suit from to 20 AND OVERCOATS I V fine suit from tu 24 I Dress and Cape FOR DRESS and BUSINESS.J Overcoats from tu 25 YOUTHS' SUITS, CAPE OVERCOATS AND STORM COATS. CHILDREN'S SUITS AND NOBBY OVERCOATS from 3 years old. SMOKING JACKETS and LOUNGING COATS. CUSTOM Prices range on these ,joods from to V nice suit for Good Overcoat for 50 tiner grades in proporn in Beautifully made and trimmed We have laid in a veiv elegant line of these garments from to 2 Dont miss seeing them 1 Stocked full of all the nmdtus lor Suits, Overcoats and Trousers I'M EN T. J A perfect, stylish fit. Sinclair, Vannoct Co., Clothing Manufacturers. 39 Kast State Street. WRITING MAOUINHl. No Ribbon. Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment. E. Challenger Co., GENERAL AQENT4 NO 1407 (HESTNOT SFELEr Philadelphia, Fa. SEND frOR CATALOGUE THIS MAN Bonpt his of tht AMFKIOAN OLOTHINo AND IA1LOKING OX, M would uot h.v. carto how a-vn wind irhutltd (h.ough ttu tmli tloihmg wiU the mi :AILOR-MADE OLOFHWQ At much fhiMelphm pncM. Our grui wcr h (113 and our aAMi'l-K dDIfS, for.h ill (13 J14, far (9.99 for OkUdrtn'l EDM Buitt cud OwcMiti. OLOTHINQ MADE PO UKDEK Htmtmbn, u bttt hcan ik .ht j 8t PROSPER I JOB IN AT REASONABLE PniCEB T I N G i l i l I i I r f t or EVERT AT SHORT NOTICE rUllSl I   

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