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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               rettion VOL. IX. NO. 2188. rKKNTON, TUKSDAY AKTrCKNOON, DKCcGAlKRlt 9 1890. TWO I HE CENSUS SQUABBLE. Mr. Porter Argues Against New Yoik's Recount. EVtllV OM JIM IS SATISFIED. Tlnl'olic.. VVi.h (nit-ln.nl) taken, Behave mil N I to B, lit lied Upou. He Uilnn, II, n Irt I xcune for a lutii.n INS Dec of Cinsiis Puller itppiaied before the house committee on the eleventh census jesteul i) and continued ins argument oil the rrquist of a letnUng nt the ceusus of Newluikciu Hi i end a letter from Mr. Childs, Mipi rititeiideiit of the cen toMajur Grunt, lutrodiuiiie; Mr 01 cutt, of the iinsntf olhce, aud requesting that he be allowed tu be present uud look over the p. lice returns, which request was granted He then nad Mr Olcutt's report to him un thi puliie returns llie report showed th it the- uhce enumeration began pjllciinin In cuses n here the police re- lunib vvi ie lovvir tl an those of the federal eiiuuiii tlluu tin n port f-uld that the offi ch i_ul c.uelessnisH, and the i (In eis vveic iiquned to go over their woik Hut in cans where the police re turns were ovir thusi oi the federal enuin- tintors thi) vvcre ceiiiipliinciited on their good vvoik uud called ellicn lit eitticers, and their names aud pictuies appealed in the papers UO.OOO 1 euplo AeeounteU Mr Olcutt iil-o leported that he had as- certained that the families who at tin r niiiiiuei residences in June there were eboui 4JIKXJ servants also out of the eilv, in in} an ul wlioui leturued to tin lit) b) tn, e l hat the police census wiiTttrtien ihe I op i.atiou, said, hid al-o inciia- d ab ml since June Mr Oicuu upon st.ues that tLe police toolv uu puin to jtvciu uuplnatibU, aaet aa the i Iticpulhe and the federal enuuienitorn were different ihe task of find- ing duplications vvus made still more diffi- cult f lllil Jiot Currant a. Recount. Mr I'uiter here dt-nicd the statement made u) Buvvni tliut tl c ceiibus oflice had refused tu give t'ie citj authorities th di-tiici- of the led. r il i numerators, and in repl) said that he eunid have dune it m ten minutes if (ibKevl vlr Porter read a lette from Mavi r brunt ht th it iheeuum eratiou IUKI u bj the puim showed an in crease over i'i a uf the iedinl JXIIMIS larg enough tj the cit) ,iu uiliITtioual con yreHKiiiflu an i ihe Male au additional elec- toral vote, diid ih man Jiuga new enumera- tion Bui lit letter, lie bald, gave no tact of incorreetiu ss anil was not sufficient to warrant a iccu i it Mr 1'uituhni that his repl) to this let ter sui'ed tliar tne. case, would be con Bidered when prct-eiited m due- lorm am show mg w tieie ibe iiicurrectuess claimei enstid iius he said, ended their corre- for a time, tne case being ap pealed to the secretary of tUe interior Kcply from Graut. Ihe next lie heard in the matter was a communication fiom .Mr a copy of the enumeration of the becouc ward Mr Porter then read a letter from himself to Major Grant, requesting him to furuish the census oflice with the police But up tu the present time be said that he had leceived no reply o: kiud Mr Porter presented the com- mittee with tue affidavits of John Kieruan James Johus, the federal enumera- of the fcecuud ward, swearing thai fchey had takeu a correct census Both had boon enumerators during the tenth census. Mr Porter said that ne called the atten- tion of these gentlemen to the police ceusus and asked tuoiu to look at the police re turns and niid their mistakes 'Ihey re plied that they could not do so, and he then instructed them to get what informa- tion they could from the newspapers 'i hey did as directed, aud he had received telegrams from them giving a list of a number of houses they had revisited and that they been fully enumer- ated iu Juno Due of the Most Difficult Mr Porter.said that this ward, instead of being one of the simplest in the city to (numerate, as claimed by the city author- ities when selected, was entirely a business district, where the population was by no means fixed as it is m the residence parts of the city He also submitted as part of his testimonj a letter 'rum Professor Dens- low, the great economist, stating that from a careful study he fouud that per- sons, including servants, laborers, the working class m general and lainihes left New York city for the summer re- turned to live there in the fall All Satistli.d bnt New York The press of New York, he said, had eriticiseel him a great deal at the beginning of the census work, and made the work of kig enumerators very difficult In conolu- Bion he said that he thought the case of New York deserved the same broad treat- ment that had been given other cities They weie all satisfied with the census with the exception of Xew York, and he that he was willing to trust his repu- tation to the Qua! publication of the com- plete census, showing a magnificent in- crease m population aud wealth of the country Mr. Bowers' Reply. Mr Bowers took the floor and replied to statements Mi Porter had made during his argument He was prepared, ho said, to show that theie were -WO per- sons iu the bncoud ward in June who had not been euumtiuteil While Mr Bowers was speaking, Mi bpeer, of New York, was busy comparing thu telegrams Mr- Porter had received fiom his enumerators of the fwinnrt with the lists Mr Porter had furnished of that ward to Mayor Grant He heie took the floor and told Mr Porter that a number of houses claimed to be fully enumerated in that ward failed to appear at all on the lists the census office had furnished. Mr_ some dismussl un in ul J uoo persons ove i ihe lediilll eliumeiatluu, us these places vv In 10 Puli-u Jew-, an other elements leaded who di not speak, the iunBuuni and Mil tousiquiutJ) pus id by the led i il uiuil. er-iturs llie he will ha i imiljje BueualaM-uts speaking the Unhinge c thl-j ela i, iu du UIIH euuiniialuiL I III u i c.usiun Mr lluvvus hind that h thought the case was a matte i of expense aud if fit to make the ippro pnution he suw no reason wii> it khoul not be made and he pnsnted HIP ens with tin ur.nee that Ihe ccimm ttieum Che house vvoiilil do him justice Heap pealed to the majority of the ommitte to give tile mutter due cunsi lerutiou 1 h hearniK vvus then closed aud th- commit tee adjouined TO RELIEVE THE STRAIN Over Paid Out by tha Trem ury nlay. WASHINGTON, Dec 9 Secreturj Win dom was reallj surprised last night i i glancing over the large amount of bon offerings made during the daj In respous the proposals to sell m arl 000 000 of 4 per cents, at pi ices raugin from 22 to 125 "The purchases made before 4 o cloc aud those hereafter to be sai i Assistant Secretarv 'will sf I greuate between and i Our reports from New York h all da been more encouraging, and it seems to in i there m no longer occasion for alarm I "We shall continue, if it becomes necei sary, to carrj out the bond puichase po icy so IOUK as the surplus will penult Sal urdav night the netsurplus was about 1 After all purchases have bee j made under this call, it will be reducec i perhaps, considerably, but the revenues nr I being collected very rapidly and the tres ury is in first shape Absolutely Pure. A orwm of tartar btklng powder. Nt of In .L.nfth. U, W Gold Coming Back. LOVDON Dec 9 is stated that COO of gold wilt be si ipped from IjOndon t New this week to relieve the strn geucy of the money market there Ass si ance from the Bun k uf t ranee la cunsiderei doubtful Stanley England. Dec 9-Henry M Stanley cables a letter to Th" Times in defense o England against the foreign slurs arising from the disclosures iu refen nee to th rear guard He says he believes tbat con duct such as he lias exposid is entirely exceptional among African explorers, from Livingstone to Stanley's comrades of the advance gu ird h-ive been men who united in a single de.iee gentle- ness and valor liigmuing the life of a rough and impatient man, be himsel fouud a schooling in the verj African ex penences said to be detrimental to th European character He hnpes that the revelations which Mr Barttelot has form him to make will not be without some good result He desires at any rate, thai such conduct as that of Jameson shal. henceforth be impossible on earth In Wendell Memory. BOSTON, Dec fifty third anni versary of the great (.peech of Wendel Phillips in Faneuil hall in favor of free speech, a free press and freedom of the slave was observed bv commemorative ex erases in that hull yeiterda} afternoon and even ng Rev A A Mini r presided and the afternoon exercises comprised ad dresses by Rev Dr Miner, Sjlvester Bax- ter, Rev A W Mrs Martha M on behalf of the women, Sylvester C Fay and others An iiiterisniu' feature was the presence of Vtlentme Sullivan and W H Huichmson both of whom were present at the meeting liftj three years ago, and each gave lemini-cences of tbat period In the evening Nathan Appleton presided and Hou Jjhu D Long Capt E. b Huiitingtou and Judge E G were the speakers Judge Mayham Scored o> Judge Bumsey. ROCHESTER, N Y Dec 9 -In the special term Judge Rumsey vacated the stay ol proceedings granted bj J udge "Mayham, oi Albany, in the Noyes-Roekwell congres- sional contest onse from the Twenty eighth district, and denounced the action of the latter magistrate as au outrageous proceed- ing "It is the only cose that I can flud auj record of since the judge aid, "when an order was granted by a judge of the supreme court, and with four or five judges who could have been consulted m that judicial district, that a judge from _ distant part of the state granted a stay of proceedings Tbat I regarded as an out- rageous proceeding, and I now so regard it The motion to vacate the stay was granted, and the board of canvassers ordered to reconvene forthwith Chinese Immigration. SAN FKA.NCISCO, Dec congres- sional committee on immigntion resumed the taking of testimony The Chinese vice consul furnished the arrival and departure of Chinese at this port, and said there were over cer- tificates outstanding when the Scott act was passed, and were held by Chinese who never returned here Since the passage of ihe act the excess of departures over ar- rivals had been about When ques- tioned as to the discrepancy between his figures and those of Collector Hagar the witness stated that the consulate kept Tack of departures in trausit, which ha thought was not done by the collector and which would account for the excess of his figures. A Minister's Fatally Prophetic Vt'ordi. NEW BRUNSWICK, N J, Dec reaching to a large congregation at the East Millstone Reformed church Sunday night the pastor, Rev Dr. J P. Strong, said: "A man might fall as easy as a Scar 'rom the heavens The next instant his !ace turned aehy pale, he clutched wildly at the pulpitfor support, and then dropped in the floor in a fit of apoplex) The hor- iflc-d congregation was spellbound for a iioment Then thu cooler ones rushed to he prostrate man and raised him from the loor. He was taken home and died Mon- day He WHS about 00 years of age, and eaves a widow and four giown daughters More of Koch'H Iviupl) Rerelvod NEW HAVEN, Die 9 A second supply EtheKoeli lymph was received in this rty yesterday by Piofessor Russell H Jhitteuden Th amount is about equal to that received last week Another in iculntion was made Professor Cuittenden s making very exhaustive expenments nd will prepare a most elaborate treatise pon the use of the the New Haven patients Dr Poster, who is con- uctn g the Inoculations says that the pa lents are all quite well, but he states that twill be scvcialdajs jet before tho real workings of thu Ijmph will be discerned There Is nothing taken that will break up conch or coli! Ilkethat pper of all remedies, Hires'Cough Pure In oroun and whom ln  (cm i u iMtiuseai K lUelf cit) anlcuunt) will D IIS (lilt) FITZOEHAIU i Sh lift Utah niiu H I Dec 9 contri minus In tlm Irish ?sattniialiBt i uise hero i 1 n iih fl riOU, but tbe committee have uled to di posit It iu the bank, to await n scttknicnt of the trouble among the leaders Sluvln Will Not Lunve Fuglnm] Nt-vv "i UI.K special enb'o dia ale i to lln I1 nuc tlieio is o ptolutbility uf a fistic encounter bo wten 1 niiik Slivln and Jim iiirhittat ew Oilcans blnvin will not UiiveEng nd, but will fight mi) man for Ihp chain onshlp of thu w irld eiihei in -ipaln or ranee Ex-ConBrreRnman Blair Dend ALTOONA, Pa Dec 8 Congressman amuol Steel Blair, of Holll laysburg, tha dest member of the Blair county bar, died He wns69ypirs old THE NATIONAL BOARD OF TRADE. Business Dou Ntw Dec a National Boird i f trade met last evening in the St Charles hutel About seven j hvepersulli were jir.s ut representing the boards of Bnstuii Cincinnati, Buffiil Indi mapolis, .Vlllvvalllni New Orleans Pi iladelplua, Purthui 1 Ore Uochestir v L nils be ran tun 1 n i tun an I New "i n k lull absence uf iht piesldent, Mi K Mi ofthlsti'v presi led Mu r sh welcomitl llie ri lemkli of Plulade [ibi i was re eUeie 1 pr -i i and a list of vice ji IIHU wei also chusui The repoi t uf the cum miftee on representation and extension showed tb it there were 1 1 i ummercial orctaniz ttions in the coui i e mprismg me m bi is The re] s jf the com mittees ou ui orin comu IH in the states id uu criihis 1 ml over 'Ihe amen eUt coustu nun ton tin anin. d meeting pi i e ul the board was defeat 1 Thebubj uf eTtensi m i Irepresenta tion w is recu nnutteil to i it e mmntlee, which was continued foi a vear nt the suggest on of Mi McLiui f Milwaukee, who ulso that mi jr I uds be ic id( eu1 lesj tneml i pled The adoption of the Ch i i_u 11 ud of Trade's re olution euucn the inui state coniincrce act w is I by Mi Dursmun, of Clili and ui leis an 1 was opposed bv (juvunor htm i 1 uf -3 Louis, advocated the repcnl i the intiistate commeice act imally tueiinuer went over without acliou-and the boird ad- jouined fur the (lay A Grateful Convict ST PALL, Mum, Dec 9-U alter Will- lams, a cunvict recently n leased from the state prison at Stulwater Minn has juit fallen heir to lu a must ro- mantic inanuer ago became ene; iged to .Miss Mathille Kittle- son, of Win ua and two davs be- fore the diy set for the wed lnu borrowe t50 of her and ran away. ha 1 him ar rested, but repented aud inarnel him I jul He was released, but vv is "fater si n tobtllhvattr for furgery At the he met tduar lUon, a ll'c cmvicl ih son of wealthy parent-s Vi i >n in 1 W il iarn1- became firm friends I UP latter was emplojed m the cook room and ofte smugukd fuod to ilsmi illmm was releasid on a pardon an i ilson die in prison, 1 Williams all his prop erty, valued at lu remembrance o his kindness Mark'n Agalnnt Butterneld LONDON, Dec trial of Georg Washington Butte-rfield, tbe America promuter of un the chaig" o labeling Harry Marks, proprietor of Th Financial News, is now in ss Th alleged libel was contained in a pampble in which Buiterfleld accused Mark- stealing jevvelr) and money from Mrs Koppel, widow of the late propnetor o The Jewish also of swindling and blackmail Tb defense seeks to justify tbe allegation1 Mrs Koppel was placed ou the stind an testified that Marks promised to marr her and that b) reason of this promise sh lived with him, and that after he husband s death he controlled the piper and when he bad got her velrj and cas into his possession heujseitoj her, leavin her in a condition of penury The Chamberlain Denies It. SAN FRANCISCO Dei- 9 George McFarland, King Kalakaua's chambir lain, who is here with ihe king, deniis tl. statement that the knij, s visit is forth purpose of ope i ui-otiations lookin to the .innexati n of the Hawaiian island to the United St ids Ou the other ham intcrviev s are ul iM.cd with severa other II iw man resell utives in wine thev die ire thai tl e-e is s me ground fo tin rip .t Ih v ilmn tint C R Bishop fiimnciil agent uf the H iw Allan govern ment, and H n A idcmuuu, mem btr o' lln p'uv urn 1 Imve gune t Witshlnu'tuu tei pavi tl vva) for tbe king and that if nnv ne_o i tions luukmg ti the annexation ire 10 It made they ar now in progiess 1 e vv, e i ihe state- depart ment and these apl s ntatlves The laptiiln Mi rureil at Sea, Npw 'iokiv Dev J fuurnmsted British ship Buckiiub uu has arrived hen from Dundee lotlinl n charge of Firs' M ite hnstie li r en itain, Peter having liei n nilinli ud u sea b) thecook 0 i Ocl U two i'iivs o it, the captain rep rmmndrd the en k V Lascar, for some tcKligcrice Liter m the day a storm arose tin 1 the crew wore BI nt aloft, when the ciok went into the officers' cabin where the captain was nlone, and stabbec him four times with t sheath knife The mate soon atteivvaid went into the cabin and found the cook st Hiding over the cap tain's dead bodj with the knife mill in his hand The cook was turner! nvnr to tlle police Cnenter'n MvMiiy Still Unsolved CHESTER, Pa IXc 0 coroner'; jur) vv ill meet to dnv in the case of Linma Pfltzenmyer, whu was found dead at the house of H F Sdimnl lust T hursdny So Tar not the slicjieist thread of evidence has been presented to how the womai: met her death Thei flieialsare still work' ing nn the case, but --u far without result A crowd of morbid people gatheiel in "lontofMr Schmidts grucery store )es and he was lumpelled to close hn shop iu order tu avuid tliem A BHrbpil Trnst. CllirAQO, Dec i) largely attended meeting of repiisent Uives of thu bathed wire manufacturers of the United btates s being held at ellingtou hotel in this city J W Q ,tos IK. CAtARRh conittrtittonft1 inc aot t looul jljeMt, rhertlori U 01 oj ftppllCRCIoni II reQulrai f 'Onldtutlonftl Mtaedy like Hood i BiriaparlllA working through the blood ertdlcatn Impurity which came? and promotes 4lieut, and effects a permnnenl curt. Tnomands of penple 'ratify to the succm of Rood's Sariiparllln M remedy for when other preparations had (ailed. Stuffed-lip Feeling. I will I hive been troubled for years with tint terribly disease, catarrh I took Hood's Barsapa- rllla with the very bott results It cured of that continual dropping In ray throat, up feeling It has also helped my mother, who lias t ikon It for run down Of health and kidney trouble 8. D, iiH, Putnam, Conn HoodV. bt Lioum Wire vuirki, n Inn d thu ob- ject iif the uitetliig, n plied Ihiioiano use UK to lep nus U smniuteii tiou tu put up tin piion it luili wire- uue cent per pound an 1 K nil u md vvb are Kolng nt it lu i I A Ne, Hannah s jl v b of ti) 000 lib F i oillce and loss of li tors of I ne li ill ihe tile i, nated in the e in letm W S Si r llm Out I) i J i I 11 i is n, a loss n v s i i i by VS i lit I) u Hill h t-lu k I s ur. i ha i e Ov H r prupne il.M l isurance 1 l hav e ,i om i f Ihe Ilul iss un damaged .Ixfnrft Prepartd only tf 0 I AjithNnrliii I IOO Doges One Dollar stock was 1700, cuvere 1 b) insurance He Didu t Like I'ooh Hull t Flirt. LONDON, Dec 9 -A dispatch frum Hel glngfors, t inland savs that the opera "Mikndo" has i inched that city aid is I being performed in one uf the theatres The recintiy appumted Kiibsiau censor I considered tbe ul Pooh Bah objection I able, as being ealculiiied to inspiie disre spi-ct for supeiiir niithini) and com pelled it ru )e c lual mudilled so that tbeupcraappiar- ma mutilated loim Harvnid LelfbrateH Her Iksiox Dec was held last, 'veuiiig at the Kevete house HI commi m- uration of 11 irvard s r cent victur) uvti Intense enthusiasm prevailed all the evening 1 here were 325 students and piofessors present Mr A H Nichols presided, aud, acted as toast piaster, while speeches were made by Mr Goldthwaite, '91, Mr Cnmnock, captain uf the eleven, Professors Ames and White, and by Mr P Trafford aud Mr Garrison, of the law school The hits of the evening were Mr Gould's poem on the game at bprmgfield, and Mr J Wendell's comic song arranged for the occasion During the evening the Mott Haven cup waa passed to the members of the eleven, who Jrank to Harvard's success, The Scheme Was Foiled. ALTON' Ills., Dec 9-Henry Levy, alias Seelig, was arrested on Sn.tur.day Seehg aud some companions had planned to board the Chicago tram on Tuesday at a point between here a id st Louis One of the Rang was to cut thu wires working to St Louis and to Chicago and when the Iram had started he was to uncouple the engine, which would be boarded by HOIUO of the gang and run up to Alton Summit While this was going on the rest of the gang was to rob express car and the pusmngep! It is thought that the place Delected fur the robber) was the cut uorth of the city, where, on account of heav) gride, trims guing north i un slowly The uf beellg, hi vvcver, frustrated all 15 EAST STATE STREET. WTNTH1H GTYT.H! DHIUUYS, SEAL TUKIHNS, SEAL CAPS, YOUMAN'S IK-VIS A SPKCIAI.1Y HE POSli IVi- ETYBR01UERS. 66 ANj t.Ai) THIS l o of Uu AMERICAN CLOT1- 1 .9 00., h, wonld not i wind whutltd through his 'hi e hmg tht Bd) "A1LOR-MADE CLOTH; A' mac itM pncij. Oni N> liny OVEKOOATH for tDdt iflS md oar SAMpi.E 'thil M3 fn 19.99. auMn for I'jcf mi l-j aai OTtteMto. OLOTHraQ Mi_0b TO J'SB eon u bwt feeow n t rj n-nl wuk, ud right along 13 t t'io t lioil n 1 re ilta -nlieti 'i p f i- t ikf n; it is; lei >nt it in ui to (11 IJ-IP P ul at t till) v t pi uu tly on t1 ki 'iiijh I i if n id B K tli n e n efiei'unl v,  rman Oolls, dressed or plain, in an end IB variety, whiih we bought before the dvance In pri'TS, and Boll truly at present oat A ho doll hatfl, caps, shoes, hose, eto i 1 i OPPOSITE CITY HAT.L 'i 6 i TM'i'J N ci OF ll.t IlNUB AT THK THKNTON This Cannel Coal, For open graten m immenne It ewes takfR the dull off Ihe honnr, binges like soft coal and Inete like hard Our Anthracite Coal, For Raking, Machine Works, Blunt Fnrnncrs, Cham Workn, Rolling M Ac, fiC. Our Jutubo, For Domestic nitc, a npecialty West Va. Cumberland Coal, (The RtokM for Htenni and hlacknniithiDg, utn't In Wood, In nil and Wilson DS PHONE H7, rtie largest variety of RUPERFINE CRFAM LHOCOLATE8, guaranteed to be the finest made In the U S will be round at ANGHlT.Q CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 2OE BO w i SAO A D aTKlfraT. TRIKTOS, N. J Fancy Fruits, loe Cream, Soda Water, Cream Sodafl, Milk Shakes, Lemonade, Ao., alu ayi on hand, and the beat that can be and made. Ttooao ure laou. Prison oonvftni- t for all. Kerns A Mains Rave been aaalgne I the Agents for the Referee Safety, And Invite their friends and all who taktt Interest In cyollnu to ntop in and examine It at the Cor. Warren and Mill Sts. Repairing a i i> JU3I A CASE OF THOSE 1 1- S, "Made by of Boston, at Broad Street Phanr.acy.   

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