Trenton Times, December 6, 1890

Trenton Times

December 06, 1890

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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VOL. IX, NO. S18H. rKGNTON, GATUKDAY AKTKKNOON, DKCttMBKK 6, 1890. TWO CKNTo "CITIZEN OR Farmers Wish to Know Which Is the Sovereign. THIK1) FUIM CONrrKrM'E CALI The KulflitH nf labor, tlie Farmers' Al- Hum i mid Otlu r Important Industrial ili.ins Men lit Li neliiimtl Feb. i3 mill lonu u Nallonul ion Party. On i s 1 in Dec 8 lollovving is the call foi a thud pirtv national conference bj lu u Itiwj and John UHVIO, o( Kansas and bj about seveutv five other alliance mi mlieis is in unity there is strength, tbercfort it is ill suable that there should be union in all vanously uamed industrial that stand on common grounds lo this end the individuals from various states whose names are hereto signed make tins i ill for a national con- ference to he composed of delegates from the follow ing i Ihe Fanners' Alliuiu the 1 aimeis Mutual Benefit as Boiiatioti ihe Alliance, the Kuights of Libor, and all other industrial n> that support the prluclplea of the Si I oins agieeineut of WSJ Each state urj. to send one delegate from each cohort ssiorml district and two from the stiitf it huge and each district tn jn to send not less than three delegates und each count} delegation not less than one delegate, to be chosen accord mg to the customs of each respective or HI during the mouth of January 1W1 Iht or the Dollar9" A No i hat ihe i ditor of each newspaper IK here hj iiivindas i delegate that has ad vocHied tin pnnciplrs of the St Louis nt an I supported the candidates iioniinilul tlure in the delegates to meet in tin i of Cincinnati on Monday, thejai dav ul Kbruarv, ISM, -at 2- o'clock p m for the purpose of forming a nation al uuiou pirtv bised upou the funda- mental ideas of finance, transportation lalior unil land, in furtherance of the work alrt nh hi gun by those organizations anc pripnttoiv for a united struggle for and home in the great polltlca co tint now jiiinliiu that must decide who in tins e inntij IH the sovereign, 'the citizen or the' di liar Hit; millions to Consolidate. At tin the rirrners' C'ol I in of Georgia, from the committee on oi_auization made a report which is to Inrnisli the btsis for an ulti mate union bitvien the National Farm ers and In lustnal union and the Farmtrs Mutual Benefit association, whlehlmsaii with a large niembi m tli- westt rn states Under this proposition the Mutual Benefit asso- ciation i- to still m nntain its separate or n entitled to repre- sentatii n lu tin N itional Alliance council, and tin executive committee of each or gan liit ion is to meet hereafter and ar- range the details of this union The re- port vv is 11 i pled without dissent This action undoubtedly means the absolute consolidation of the in the near future Here a Beljamj Scheme. Col Livingstone also offered a resolu tion providing for the adoption of the St Louis alliinte plitform of 1889 His idea waa to call out anj objections which might exist as to its absolutely unani- mous i ml isement Mr Loucks, of North Dakota, oITt red an amendment providing for the ow nt-rship of all railroad and tele- graph lines h) the national government Col Living-tone opposed this and offered as a compromise measure aiesolutioo pro- vidiug that the hbertj to control and op all such lines jhall vest in the gov erumeiit If after a fair trial of this sjs- tem It is fouud that it does afford the relief demanded or effect reforms In the .management of them, the government's ownership shall be complete This was adopted after some discussion An Ironclad Agreement. Mr Wade, of Tennessee, then offered an amendment that all connected with the alliance must support the St Louis and Ocala platforms or suffer suspension from the order, and that no candidate for any national political office shall be supported by the alliance members unless he in- dorses these platforms, and any sub alli- ances not compljmg with these restnc tious may be suspended at the pleasure of the president Tins was also adopted, and the whole platform as amended was unani- adopted upon a Of the roll of the states The Sub-Treasury Project. Dr C W Macune, chairman of the na- tional executive committee, submitted his annual report of the work accomplished by that boilj during the year It referred at length to the committee's work In hav- ing the sub treasury bill drawn and pre- sented to congress The chairman said the committee s mission in this particular was practical h ended, because the alliance had elected foitj members who would look after pushing the bill through congress The report recommended a reduction of salaries of all national alliance officers and the removal from ashmgton of the na- tional president's office Dr Macuue took particular paint to impiess upon the dele Kates that dining the past jcarlie had not been in lobbying for alliance measures, but had ulnajs relied upon the merits of the bills and tho moral power and luflmnce which stood behind them Mm line mid the Third Party. Dr Matune the following leportof his utterances upon thud party questions "I told the delegates that the people in the southern states wi re not prepared to em bark in the third partj movement, but that some vvesti-f n and northwestern states had alreadj embarked in the movement and considered that the prosperity of the order demanded some action of that kind to sustain them m their efforts I'OW'H H Absolutely Pure. A oretm of turUr hiking powder. Mt of all in C. OVT- Btpott, 17, lu this enn i 0.1 n. t thire was afeicat UB- cesslty lor eonsei atlsm and e ititiou I recommended as a cumpiomisn that would carrj out the end sought to be achieved by the west and north if it met the appro- bation of the south that a e invention be tailed to meet luKbrimrj ]sjj and that file convention be c imposed of delegates from all associations of piodueers and that the next annu il session of the su preme council elect delegates lo lepreseut this order in that convention 1 his will give the people time m which to deeidt whether they waut independent part) ac Hon, and if so, when the great i mm ntion meets delegates will come there with au thorny and instructions from their people U not, the cause will still be benefited by Ihe conference, and there will be i better underntanding -of the objects which the labor organizations are set king t achieve This iw I IIP ImSIS Of all f r. i n n I, I It has taken a wonderful upou them and It will satisfy both sides Want the Lodge Kill Funned. At the forenoon meeting of the Colored Alliance au amended resolution was unanimously adopted urging congress pass_the election bill Gen J H Rice, of Kansas who is an aspirant for the people's nomination foi United States senator against Mr L-igalls spoke on the proposition to improve the Mississippi river In the course of his re- marks he took occasion to deliver a violeu political speech deuouut ing the Republic an party as uuworthj of existence Tb speech produced a sensation and alliance men wish it understood that Rice's opin ions are si nip I j th jse of an iudi v idual anc not Indorsed by the alliance as a body The committee appointed to investigate the charges affecting the official coiiducl of Messrs Polk, Livingstone and Macune rendered a somewhat critical report, prac- tically exonerating the officers The re- port was adopted L. L. Polk lie-elected. L. L Polk was re elected president by acclamation B F Cover, ol Kansas, wai unanimously elected vice president, and J H Turner of Georgia, was elected secre- tary J b illetts, of Kansas, was elect- ed national lecturer by a vote of 48 to 32 defeating Mr Teirell, the present incum bent The national executive committee I remains Wardell ITlllrnan and Polk A public meeting was held last night, attended by 2 000 persons Speeches were made by T V Powderly, A, W Wright, of loronto, John Uavis, ol Kansas, President Polk and others PEACE OR WAR? The Bed Men Hill Hull on the Rampage. PINE RIIX.E b D, Dec 6 Father Jutt and Jack Red Cloud have just returned irom their visit to Iwo .Strike with (ien Brooke's final message says that Two Strike, H gh Hawk, Crow Dog, Turning Bear, High Pipe, LaglePipe and Big lurkej will be here today for a council Peace or war will be settled bj the talk, and every one awaits the arrivals with keenest interest 1 he agency cattle ranch has beeu burned and all the horses and cattle are in the hands of bhort Bui] and his men Gen lirooke is non com mittal as to the movements of troops, but suggests that a little more coaxing will settle the whole trouble without blood- Rhed To DUarm the Indiunk WASHINGTON, Dec Haosbruugh (S. D has introduced iu the house a bill making it unlawful and punishable by fine and imprisonment to -ell, exchange, give or in anj waj dispose of nreirmsor am- munition to any Indians Ihe bill also authorizes the secret irj of the interior to direct all Indian agents to proceed to take an accouut of all fiiearms and ammuni- tion found to be m the possession of In dlans, and to appraise them at a fair price and pay their owners such appraised value for them 'Ihe bill exempts such Indians only as have availed tnemselves of the benefits to the act of providing for the allotment of lauds iu sevc-ra to Indians In case the Indians refuse to give up the arms they have the seeretarj of war is to be authorized to co operate with the secre- tary of the interior in forcibly taking pos- session of them Possible Canadian He-enforcements. OnAWA, Dec. received by the government indicate that the Cree Indians are becoming disiffected and are showing a strong disposition to join the Sioux on the American side in the Messiah craze Iu fact it is stated that some have already crossed over The total Cree popu- lation scattered over the Canidian north west numbers upward of t) OOU, the Sioux, 900, Blackfeet, Bloods, 2000, and Piegans, 900 The government has taken immediate steps to prevent a junction of the Canadian and American Indlins An official of the Intiiau department stated last night that if the Sioux did emigrate they would uever be peimitted to enter the Canadian northwest again Fatally Shot b> Hurglars. Sioni CITY, la Dee b i ham Oemig was fatally shot bj burglars who entered his father's bouse He and his father, Chris Oemig, lived alone in a house in the suburbs The old man is very wealthy and is supposed to seciet large sums of money about his residence Ihe burglars pried open a door when young Oemig grappled with them and a terrible en counter ensued in the dark Four revolver shots were fired, oue of which passed through the young man's lungs His father rushed to his assistance, was beaten over the head and bxlyvvith a club and had several ribs broki u bj kicks Ihe struggle caused such au uproar that the burglars left without securing anything J E Marine was identified as one of the burglars and airestetl Minister Lincoln Another Kumor. CHICAGO, Dec ciblegmm from Paris advanced the statement that Will- iam Waltlnrf Aslnr wnolil succeed Rnlinrr T Lincoln as minister to tlie court of St James Mr Lincoln, in au mttivitw last night, treated the nnttej lather disdain- fully and snid "Ncvvtpnpt i minors come thick and fast, and I don't think it neces- sary even to den j many of them In re gard to this last rumor I have not as yet been advised of anj change, find rather think that if anj comes I shall not hear of it first from a newspaper repoiter To Cnflt an Aliinti mini Itrnnre Gun. PniMiuRG, Dec stt phi n H Em monfl, the inventor of the explosive Em monsite, has given dncctions foi the cast- Ing of an aluminum bronze gun ut the Pittsburg Reduction companj s works Dr Emmous expresses great eonlidtnceiu his new idea The gun will be (unshed in six months and will be tried at Annapolis [t will have a range of fifteen miles 'Milllvan Goes Free. WIIIIVMNTK Conn Dec 0-The case If Daniel P Sullivan, charged with caus- ng the death of John Mullen, during street light, which has caused ninth inter- est, has been discontinued by the state's attoriii-j In oronp and whooping eough It Is Import .nt to have a remedy at onoe at hand that IB and tafe. Hires' Uough Cure fills the bill better than medicine that haa ever bttn dliouvcred. i PENSIONS BILL PASSED 1 he House Gives Its Approve to the Measure. THE RILLISU OFGE.N. BAKBUNDIA Secretary Isluliie 8 I austic Letter to Ml liter Mizuer Concerning That Oeutle- niau'M Part In the Unfortunate Affair Senator Gray's speech on the Lodge Bill WASHINGTON, Dec 6 house debate passed the senate joint resolution U) issue ammo North and bouth Wyoming and Nebraska, with an amend meut including Montana The pension appropriation bill was debated further an passed Mr Vaux (Penu spoke upon th bill He said he did not oppose its generi purpose, but he did oppose the appropria tton made for dependent relatives unde the act of March 9, 1888 He objected weighing down ju'itice to the term callec charity On what basis was congress askec to give charity to those who had done noth lug for the country, nothing to carry ou the objects of the war kery'g financial KKtlmate. Mr Outhwaite (O said that m the de- bate Thursday charges had been mad agamst the corannsslouer of pensions which, if sustained, brought the conduc of that officer very near to an impeachabl offense He then proceeded to reproac the Republican house with shirking its dutj, arguing that the pending bill vvoul show a deficiency of at least Mr Henderson figures to show that when the Republicans controlled leg- islation in the bouse the for pensions were generally in excess the requirements of the law Mr Docker (Mo laid before the house a statement o the financial condition of the country as follow K Receipts and expenditures, 1890-1 Sur plus March 1, 188U, 096 158, estimate 510 admitted pension deficiency, 000 total liabilities, deduc deficiency prior to July 1, 1890, net liabilities, surplus July 1 1891 cash on hand July 1, 1 receipts, 1891, sur plus fiscal year 1891, total assets liabilities, redemption of na- tional bank notes, purchase bonds, since July appro- priations 3471339759, total liabilities actual treasury1 deficiency 5J7 WO, condition of treasury July 1 1893 estimated receipts fiscal year 1892, Oil 1 Dcflrtency of appropriations, 032 deficiency 1891, 600, tola. liabilities, deficiency July 1 1892 Mr Dockery said that this did not include any deficiency foi either 1891 01 1892, except the pension de- ficiency Mr Raines (N Y supported the bill as appropriating full) and generously for the pensions, and Mr Kerr (la.) de- feuded the dependent relative feature 0! the measure Mr Breckmridge (Ky sale that the probabilities were that within seven years there would be pen siulieia ou tue 1011, rtnu w OUld be pal( annually Ihe first necessity was to meet the question frankly by ade- quate appropriations, the second was to raise a committee tj investigate the bu- reau to have the list revised and to stake oil unworthy pensioners, the third was to the bureau to the wai department and take It out of the do- mam of politics It Got a Black Lye. Mr Peters (Kan made an exhaustive raiment to sbovv thai the appropriation amply sufficient He charged the Democratic party with hypocrisy in its treatment of tin soldier ihe Democrats in ihe Fiftj-first congress had been preg uant lu professions of love for the soldier 1 he soldier would aee in the next congress whether those professions were sincere or not. 'ihe Democratic party was endeavor- ing to embrace the Farmers' Alliance movement He conceded that the Repub- lican, partj m Kansas had run against it and been overthrown It had received a black eje But the time was coming when the cvcloue would strike the Democf itic states It was now being in- treuched in lexas and Missouri, and in 1892, gentlemen who were relying upon the alliance hosts, would find that their hosts had disappeared as the Republican majority had disappeared m Kansas The Republican party would revive, because 'truth crushed to earth would rise again (Laughter He wanted the Fifty second cougreos to pass the sub treasury bill the free coinage bill (Cries of We and the civil service bill, and unless his Democratic friends would do all that they would find that the wave of the Farmers' Alliance would sweep over them and wipe them from the face of the earth To Cut Off Attorneys' Fees. On motion of Mr Dockery an amend ueut was adopted providing that no agent or ittoruey shall demand, receive or be al- lowed any compensation in any claim for increase of pe isiou on account of increase of disability It is estimated by Mr Dock- er) and Chairman Morrtll, of the invalid pensions committee, that this will nave to the pensioners within the next three years Mr Springer off. red au amendment increasing to 000 the appropriation for the pay mtnt of pensions st, bo to 1'29 Aftet further debate the committee rose, the bill was passed and Ihe house adjourned Senator Grajr on the "Force" Bill. WASHINGTON, Dec 6 federal elec tions bill was further discussed in the senate Mr Gray vigorously attacked the measure Notwithstanding the sneer .itteied by the president of the United Stales as to the objections of those who opposed the bill, there were those on his side of the chamber and" throughout the country who believed that the bill was- one that threatened the integrity of American nstltutions, state and national, that it was fraught with the greatest danger to the future prosperity of the whole country, and that it menaced the liberties of the of all the states It was the first to 18 Second-hand Maqhlnen, full line st low prlcea. 11 ftnd free. tuiBrr Slu III mil tlie Cliurth NLVV lite o the regula mouthlj met t Pn mouth ehurcl Brookljn list nu i 1 llti was rea from H --lit I jnsl t mucted o forger j and si nun t I t st ventttn jear imprisonment ixitts-ing lontntiou fc his am an I list, im, I i-, mberahip l the chinch Hi Ml it i lUird a resolu tlou to rtlHin -so ith s ntinc on the rol "on the faith 11 it i c in in in u nieda th watch and t ut of a t hnsti t i chinch tha oue w ho has t illen ni sin but h is si cerely repuitttl ai 1 di li.s to nturu t the waj of nnl u 11 1 he rcsoluuo was passed un n u nsh Will I-HJ l> ,11 i, Dollm Dun m, Minn DLL ii I iii s, heduli-t thestlspelidiil litil ,v 1 bank ha bt filed It ts-tl- Is lutbl Hies it snip j (is id showing in i I s I utiable mil tl ellett on busi s> 1 eit w llnmnkid fteliu0 of lent ut d tot ndt i ee t u h c mi reast 1 In tht i n i lit nt si ow n in lilt bj thtsuspind il linik, ft inmeie 1 Hith links will pas tl positoi- 1 Ihu toi lohai, anil doubtltss 1 at on e u i w ii n ij lotien-e c ipit il fc> l Iliiinlltoii a IiKllctinriils Dinmisn, -Ni w liiii.K Dei ti Hit nidietnic aguust Mis Kobe-it Uaj Ilninltoii hav been dismissed bj MarLine upon tl. rt eoiinuend itlon of the district attoine' lie indictments vvt ie for the larcenj o jOU from Robert Kay Hamilton aud fi coiispnaej in foisting the famous bogu- baby (so called) upou Mr Hamilton as h child and thereby inducing him to rnarr her Ihe ground for the dismissal wi that no conviction could be hadonaccoun of the death of Mr Hamilton Au Expensive Fire at Providence. PKCHIDEVE, K I Dec las night m the extensive retail dry gooc store of Shepard Co caused damage t the stock of tiUO.OOO hich is fully covere by insurance H W Ladd's companj next door, had its stock damaged b smoke aud water A Schooner Ashore. MAUim Me Dec A B Neweomb, apt Htighes, of and for Digb from Kocidand went ashore on Round laud m the gale Thursday aud Is a tola loss The crew was saved Catholics Against GHFM, Dec 6 Catholic magistrate of tins citj have declared the Sajvatio Army to be disturbers of the peice an have fined all members of the arm brought bi f ire them P'Oth the mi'tlmi] nml results when n nf Figs n taken; it is pleaij a il to the ta te, nml acts _rntlv Jtt pinniptly ou the Liur and BuweK, cK.uiMi the ttra efluhulK, (ml head uhcs and ;i ul dins lulmual iiistipition. huup of I igs 13 the only remedy of" Us Liud ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ae- ceptahle to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend il to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Svrup of Figs n for in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hind pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAH FRAHCISCO LOUISVILLE. KY t R RK, H Y AT W A l.l.lfj'. Po'ls1 Dolls' Tho Urgent and 6nost nt at lower prues thau over. Also a grand new Block of very flue and stylish Umbrellas among which we offer one lot GOOTT Blona mil fire Umbrellas with sliver hiudloB at only worth Jl 40 in the city a'l over Latest sf lea of Cuba SatchMs and Hand Sags, Pocket Books, 1 idios, BnrflHii overs Number Bobes, bilk Handkerchiefs ai d Mufflers, and ladies' and gents' of every make Among our Glovns wo carry he moat dnrali'o kids, warranted the bist made in the market Fine Ilmlprwear Caml rlo farm nti, Coreoti Hosiery and many useful presents arriving now ovoiy day Children's and Infants' 0 itlts rmr spo- lalty Hand knit Zephyr Worsted Hoods, careful, selected assortment Now arri als also in misses' and children s hats and api, latoit styles All onr goods are the very best obtainable .nd prl-cs GUARANTEED i ciry HAM.. P Joit received a lot Black ALL ILK Mufflorl for ladiea and gents. NM'J-.N THK TRENTON TfMFP JOB PRINTING i i L i i i i i i i 15 EAST STATE STREET. WINTHlIt STYT.H! DHlKliY SEAL TURBANS, SEAL CAPS, S i- jft.T, f- 3. M H A v j-'.t4 YOUMAN'S I'A'IS A SPKCIAI.fY. HE KuSli IVr cunt. RT Y BK0111L US. 6fl arren 8U, New Tort Price so ctaj HAH THIS MAN bought Sin tho AMEBICAN OLOL'iNO AND TAILORING CO., woald not si how maca tho wind whutlod through coat art ikithug MM, BOJI win htn BL31 (AILOR-MADE CL01HLN6 it ranch i- tk.i Om ludiin 8AMPLF, far worth und oar SAMPLE 80IT8, for Hmdqnarun for Knw Snita OLOTHINQ UAOt TO OBI'EH oort u bwt BCOM LU i-jDiirj M witk, ngkt along to li 1HAVE ALSO NOW A FULL LINE OF NEW AND DESIRABLE UNDEKWEA.K FOB the Fall trade for Ladies, Wonts' and Children Natural Wool, Scarlet White and Merino one-thud wool one-half wool sJl wool, heavy weight, medium weight Also nhbed gootls which are so popular, from 25c op the new styles both Fust Black and colors. The best Fast Black and fancy color Hone in tho city for feilk Cashmere aid Kid Herman Knitting Tarns, Saiony Yarns best Oermantown Wools Zephyrs Knitting and Crochet Silks m all colors New Gimps Fringes, Steel Trimmings, Laces Tidies, Stamped Goods, Felts, Plushes, Chins v ilks HAVDKERf'H EFS The stock of andkerchiefs Is large and corefully selected COESETH In the leading niakes Tho Ferns Waist and C. P Corset. Grand Opening of Holiday Goods. Call and see them 123 and 125 North Broad Street. r i Opposite City Market. The question is often asked "Cau good Diess Silks be obtained now-a-days'" I answer, Yes And call attention and unite inspection to some grades of Black Diess Silks in Gios Grains, Armnres, Failles, Duchess and Poi d' Soi, of reliable manufacture, which for superior quality, rich deep black and handsome finish cannot be excelled The} are guaranteed good wear- ing. My sales of these dcsnable goods for the past six weeks has been phenomenal. The question, to buy Black Dress Goods, has already been answcitd by tht tiade in the generous patron- age extended to me foi these goods, making, as I do, a SPECIALTY OK MOURNING GOODS, pajmg parti'cu- !ar attention, as to make, quality and good alack. CustoniLis fid sine of always getting good naterial at puces most reasonable. AFTER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5th, THE STORE WILL BE OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL AFTER CHRISTMAS. he iRrgent variety nl HUl'MtMM TRFAM CUCK OLA TRW Kiiiininle'dl lo lit ttipnnest made In tlip U P will bo found al CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, TaFNToN N J Fancy Krults Ice ream, Hoila Water loe ream Hodas, Milk Shaken, Ac I wayii oahand.andthphentthatcantiehad nd made These are Prlren ronvenl- nt for nil on mil. A CASE OF THOSE i-' i- S, Made by "Ixmney of Boston nt Broad Street Pharmacy. Kerns Mains Have been 1 the lor ihe Referee Safety, And Invite their friends and nil who take Interest In oycllna to stop In and aiamlne H al the Cor. Warren and Mill Sts. Repairing a ipp L CO., ;