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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               r TV> O VOU VIII, NO. LA GRIPPE AND SUiCIDE l he Influenza Epidemic Causes Many Self Murders HVr ORIPl'r SUICIDES IJi A DAT The Uiis.il in Malady Ij Kpldemlc In New Death! at the tlitronolls, anil Ovei 100 OOO People nia Abru id NnVioRk J n 4 uly serious and altogether bejoud a matter hae become ihe leign influenza, or thf ,-iippe with its dncgeicus concom. itunt unit ilics Besidts a so i e cf unsought deaths in 01 near "Veil, yesteidaydi lectly or niinetly attributable to Ae gi ippe four i ases of buicide were reported herer-nda illtufiom New Haven that are supposed to resulted horn sickness01 df nicutia 11 UH d by tho grippe 1 pldl'iui. In New lurk Jlhat the, uiolady which has made such widispread nnd fatal lavages m Europe fc epidtuiic in this citj tbeieisno longer the shudow of a dcuU Even the. board of heal tb Las bci n foi ceel re uctantly to admit it, has issued a bul etin advsiugex traordmaiy caie by eveiybody m tue mat- ter of health The Health llomd s HHirilng The bulletin reads The mere used death rate of the diseases influenced by the ailing epidemic of influent em phasizes the impoitance of the employment of physical caro on thf pjitof all, healthy and diseased alikp Exposure to thn mflu ences of cxtienesof teuipi i ature should be avoided, especially by the aged and who are afflicted with pulmonary diseases. Pe-ihont, euifcnug irom cold' orfiomsus pected 11 fluei za shcu d seiA medical aid at once The aged and infirm should avoid as fai as possible personal contact with thoso alieady afflicted with influent Fully 100 000 laoes Dr Cyl us Edson, of the board of health, said yesterday afternoon that there were fully caicsof the city He thinks it is contagions and that befyie it spent its force eveiy adult person will come in foi a share ol the sneering Ihe total number of police sick is   n ii 1 Mass, the Pacifle Mills aud the ILiiis Woolen company, of WoonsocLet R 1 Mr Bennett argued in favor of 40 pel tent ad valorem upon clothing and wools, 20 J per cent ad valorem upon sat together at onu table Mi McAllister and Mrs. Cornelius Vaudcrbilt sat at the head and Mi L 01 nelim Vnudorbilt and Mrs. Rooseve t at tho toot Mis Orover Cleve- land sat at Mr McAllistoi s rigIA aud ex President Cleveland uoxt to M s Koos. The cihllon aiter supper; "as lid by TlspeuardSt n ait and Mis Coleman Dray ton assisteJ by Mi Me Alhst r with Mis O Vaiiderbilt J J Astoi with Miss Alva Willing C Vandeibilt with Koache, and in all UK) i mi lit Among notable per sons present n u Bai on Holkett ex Secie tary Whitney tlu Belgian and German Seretiry liacy C M and many others Tbe dete present nude noeffoit to check the fl >w of wine after 1 a in. Mrs Soutliwoith Very 111 NEW YORK Jan 6 Hauna South worth, who is a pn >ner in the Tombs awaiting trial for the shooting of Stephen Pettus, has sttadily declined in health since her incarceration, nnd is now seriously ill with acute bromhitis Ihe prison autuon ties do not btluve she will live to undergo Trial Her mother remnins with her con stantly Mrs bouthn rth's mothei Mrs Martin, has obtained f i om the supreme court a wilt of habeas corpus, lequirlng the warden of the Tombs to produce Mrs South worth in court to-dn} and show why she should n jt 1 o i e moved to a hospital Mrs Mai tin alleges that the prisoner can not receive medical attention in the Tombs feho declines that the prison physl oian is neglectful so much so that the ward has been obliged to call the attention of the commissionei fa of chanties and correct- Ions to >he mattci Mr Martin further says that hei daughter has but a few weeks to live, and that commc n humanity calls for her removal to some place where she can be properly nursed and cured (or V. Pr i t) e n t clr nl I" nn THE LAXATIVE AMD NUTRITIOUS OF TUB FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal urtues of plants known to be most benehcial to the human system forming an agieeable and effective hxatue to perma- nently cure Habitual Consti pation, aud the manj ills de- pending on a weak or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is ti excellent remedy Icnown to CUAHSE THE SYSTEM ErtECTUtLLY WKea one is B hoi s or Coasupated PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING 8LIIP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATUBAI t V FOLLOW erj one is using it and all are delighted ith it ASK YOUR DRUOOIBT FOR Seal-Skin Caps. Seal Turbans. OOliO A.ND gn.VKK-HRADKD C l-A-INJ I 1! Advertise 10 StAte Bturt. YOUR "WANTS' IN I'ttS TKHSNTO.N TIM K8. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAH FRANCISCO CAL. XI HfW H t. HOLIDAY PRESENTS STKWA11T Equip. TOUNO T.Anitoj .nd In OOUHlXNG BOOM HAMMOND nOKUW for IIpfriilArK A IiM NO OF TRAINING. Mode.ti NO -ful The InDoenza In Jernev JKKJWT Clix, Jan 8 MpTiinald, a Jeisey City undertaker, is pioatrated and his wife and one son are in a critical con dition from pneumonia Mrs. Maclray, his eldest daughter, is suffering from an aggia- vated attack of the "grippe fllsjon Hugh died of pneumonia on Tuesday Ex- Alder- man John W Kioi dan, of Harrison, N J died at No 4.W Latham street, Harrison, on Wednesday night, of tjpboid pneumonia, after on illness of tei) days. Michael Mul- vaney, a of engine company No 2, of Newark, died yesterday of jmertmonm, and Mloa Marj Lucretia Cnufltld died at her residence, No 60 Park place, there on Tues- day of the same disease In Keyjiort, N .T MTlkmnn George A Campbell was the first person in that sec. tiou of the counti y to die from the effects of the "grippe Mr Campbell's wife and children are all down with the "grippe" w aie also about twenty Ove in Keyport. In Port Jervis, N T and In other ton 115 along tho Erie railroad the 1 grippe" is so prevaJjnt as serionaly to in- terfere witn business. Thi, first fatal case 111 Hint ooction occnm d cdnesday night, wlipn Owrgfr Clark, employed BS a book keeper by the Chicago Dressed Boot com- pany, died after a vei y short sickness The say that there are 100 well do fined casos in Port Jei via alone The Disease In Paris. PARIS, Jan 3 The serious of the iiiBuenw epidemic is shown in the mortality Statistic During tho pAat wot k there wel deaths. Against 1 ,033 for tbe cori etrond- ing week last year yueumonia last week canood Siedeathii tvwfclaslyear, other thow a similar terrible Inci-ease, U BuUn, chief CAsbier of the BAT.II of France, among the latest victl.iw. schools are closed. Dr Blondeau, a pupilof k Senator Quay 111. BEAVEB, Pa Jan 8 Senator h-e confined to his room for three AUJI with mfluenea, and is quite ill It ii doubt- ful if he will be able to return to Washing ton nert week A Death at Providence, T ROVIDF Jan S Frank Chaffee, a el il  department that all is quiet It is thought if any thrbnnce was apprehended Rear Admiral Oillis would have remained in Brazilian waters Power Senator HBTKHA, Mon., Jan a joint session of the legislature the first ballot resulted Power, 18, Mantel, 11, Hershfleld, 3, Wch- ards, 7, Thompson, 1 On the second ballot Power rfCcilvLJ 35 nnd Mantel A i he presi- dent then announced tbe election of HoU T Power as United States senator Mr Power is a wealthy merchant, and was the late candidate for governor on tbe Bepubli can ticket, and was defeated by Mr Toole A vVarrant for Mr. Powderly. ScBAnrON, Pa., Jan. conotable in this city has just received by mail a war- rant for the arrest of Mr Powderly, sworn out by Edward Callaghan, of The wan ant was presented to Aldel-mn Donahoe for Ms indorsement, but after a careful examination tbe alderman ref to indorse it Mr Powderly leaves today on a lecturing tour of eight weeks Anuw N Y i rl nt (1 nt< n i ri on 1 l i ipo con 1 jV l Ian t B Givcni postmnitei of this place, dlsd y terday of typhoid fever, from W tit tvlTn lor w A Big: Coal gold. 8 Coulter Huff, of have closed tbe mle ot tbe Coal works and adjoining coal landi to the United Coal and Coke company, oi Fittsburg, foi Ihe plant pur chAned embraces 164 coke ovens 300 ac.uo of laud. The uetv owners will erect 200 additional Ovens Shot in the Back. BAWmonE, Jan S, 8 Lower, a young unmarried butcher, was shot by James Burnlne, a mai i ied mnn and a worth lev- follow by reputation There was an old grudge between the Meeting in a saloon, Bwnine abuncd and sti uck Lower Ihen hn drew a pistol, while Lorvor i unhing away, shot him twice Shot Her Recreant Lover. Nitw YORK, Jan, 3 Gould, a young colored woman, of No 7 Sixth avenue, flred four shots tat night at Charles King, a inu latto, who had discarded her One ot the bnlletn penetrated King's nock, inflicting a probably fatal Wumrd The woman arrested and Knlglirs Comblnr ToprttA Tin Farmers' alliance, ft ran n nd the Knighti of Labor have f ti nn oiKiiMVC and dofoimve alliance i In f 1 tlin rornmi of tlio re- i. n m i imonti i ind th" Knights of in ronvr n of tho com binntKU en opoirti n in Ktn bu mess politico lliecorabuwd alllnucea num tu. in their ranks over Greater Protection J F Gibbs, of Oreely Colo addressed the committee on the coat of raising marketing and the condition m general of the wool business m that state The Indm try was pursued Under great difficul ties tbe water supply being so scarce and the damaging storms of the region so fre quent If the present congress did not give this industiy gieater protection it must nACAwarily go to the waft in his alt of th conntiy Irrigation was badly need< d Mo I rce Wool Men -Present E M Binell, of Shoreham, Vt, a raiset of sheep for broodme pm poses, a Idi eased the committee, comparing the wool business of this country with that of Australia, stating that tbe same grade of sheep were tl cheaper in Australia than in the United States WnenMr Bfssell had concluded, Chainnon Mcfnley asked if there were nny prosmt who wished to address the commit- tee on "free wool Astherewas no response tiie committee adjourned for the day Wbat Cncle Sam Owes WMHIITOTON, Jan 3 Tbe monthly pub lie debt statement, from the treasun depai tiuent, shows a decrease of the debt -to during the past month of December and for tbe firat of the current fiscal 710 Tho total d.ihf lr j n.uh In tho treasury on 1 1889, was tl. on Jan 18TO, It was showing a reduUioli during the calendar year just closed of '181 Daring the previous calendar year tbe debt was reduced The prin cipal of the outstanding interest bearing debt has bodn reduced during tbe past year, and today t829 Tbe net cash or sui plus in the treas- ury today is Notional bank de positories today hold of govern ment funds Ibe Gold And Balance. The gold fund balance In the treasury increased about during the past kiOntb, anil liuw nmonnoj to f 052, and the diver balance exclusive of trade dollar 967, or IMM a month, ngo Tbe gold fund balance has decreased and the silver fnnd balance, 000 during the past twelve mnnthn. The Government's Becelptf Qoveiiiment receipts during December past aggregated 863 m December, 1888 CDAtvi.w during tbe paot month were or about Iron thitn in December, 1688, nnd intei ..nl revenue receipts during the pant month were or about 000 more than in December a year ago Receipts from all sources from July 1 to 81, tbe fliflt half of tbe current fiscal yp.r, Pension Pn.nlou payments for the put six mouths aggregated but of amount if justly to 'be last fis- cal nmonnt hiving been paid ottt lakt July to settle pensions due lust or the beginning ol tbe current ducal Tbe interest cbaige on the pub. lie debt during the past six months or less for tbe coi i e- upending months of 18bS A t ital G is Explosion ECONOMY Pa Jan Kirsh- baum and John Becker, members of the Economite uocietj entered the natural gas regulator house to adjust the valves which control the suojilv_ot fuel KirshBaum carried n lighted lantern in hfa Viand Vi hile the men vvei e inside of the bnildmga tenific explosion oceuned tear ing the structui o 11 at mis, THrsbbaum was blowu out of the building with his clothing in flames, aud expiied in a minutes He was burned almost to a cusp Beckei was terribly burued and bruised but will proba bly recover Kirshbaum was BO years of age and hnd been a member I the society for about ten yeni 3. Miss Flower Jan i Miss Emma Ber tiude Flowci dau0utir tl Rifpresentative Flower, of Isew York, ai d Mi John Byron Taylor of Watertown, N w  mm ried last evening to Miss Annie Iredel Rogers, daughter of Mrs. William D Bog- en, widow of tbe late William D wealthy carriage builder of thin oily. Shot Herself In the Thigh. CLEVELAND, O Jun H Moggie -Jjnymami, of Brandon, 0 while drawing tor wedding, ceremony, accidentally shot herself in the thigh with a revolver, infl'ot- Ins: a cinntrcrous wound We being in the Goods Um- brella trade, one of the oldest fimii In Tren- ton, believe we know just the thing that the people like to make others t Holi- day Present iu onr line of bnslne'S, hereby mention B few of onr loading items, Our grand BtOJk of eurtojn.man'n line" Umbrellas, with silver and gold OT beaa- tifnlly-orved natural handles, at such sur- prisingly low prices as to be sore of dation Onr Fancy Goods arc too numerous mention in eveiy but we attention to our newly laid In assortment of Qente' Bilk Muffl rsand Silk HandCerchiefs Qents' Silk Mnfflers, largest tize, from 50o tip to 50 Ladies' All Styles of Handker- chiefs, from 4c upwards Fine T ace Pillow Shpmo other Cov ors Scarfs, Children's Caps and Infants' Fall, Complete Supplies A'so the very best made Homeiy, Gloves and Fine Underwear for everybody Oor DOLW DOLLS' are the very best Handsomest ment in tbe whole State, and ill onr goods at prices to Look in OUT The Shorthand Depaitweut the very for Kjqninng IB Civ la Shorthand, TWH.M For THOMAS J. UTEWAKT, PniwcipAt, BOX (ffi, N. J. 10 and la goaf n Oroone Street.1 j J Opp-slte City Hall. PRINTING DONE IN A FlRSr-CLASS MAHNER, AHD AT SHORT NOTICE AMD FAIR PRICES, AT THE "1'rcnton OF At I KINDS XT THK TKKNTOK JOB PRINTING OFP1OB. u. Hair A I'imcs J O M 1 Minting >cptirtment HO N UK Of tj of Onmblnpi OB We pay the above lewiffl tor ovi Liver Blck In- oi Itt Wat's Vegetable Urn the WASHINGTON MARKET BUILDING, i Corner of Front and South uroad Streets. WK WANT YOUR TRADR Wonderful Bat arc nnible to ibow w x KTOT TflBY ABK Mr. Hlftlne'n Brother 1'romoted- WARBINOTOV, Jan Robnit 0 Bliino, brother of the iscurttary of state, nnd who has for the past eight years boon curator 
                            

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