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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOT, VIH. NO. WASHING I ON MA HERS. l he World's Fair Fight m the National House. HKVt YORK WINS PIBST BOUND. Motion for a Select Committee PaAioa by Close Funeral ol Walker Blaine Gen Baum Urges Removal Capital Motet. WASHINGTON, Jan senate com- mittee on territories authorized a favorable report on the bill for the admission of tbe of Wyoming No minority will be presented, although the vote in favor of the bill was not A favorable report was ordered aim on the bill to i rovide e, temporary form of government for Okla- homa The bill for the admission of Idaho was Imd over until some future flay In the house Mr McKmley called up motion to table the motion to reconsider the by which the house on Thursday re- fund to substitute the resolution reported by the committee on rules (as amended by the adoption of tbe Cannon resolution) for the original resolution referred to the com- mlttoc Mr McKmley's motion was agi cod to 144, Days, 142 The question than recurred on the adop- ttuu of the original resolution, that a select committee of nine members be anpomted by speaker to be called "the World's fairs to whom shall be referred all relating to the proposed celebration of the fonr hundredth anniversary of the discovery o{ America, or the World's fair of ISBS. Thn rccolntion iAia 141, nays, ISO. The Hew York World's fair bill was then Introduced by Mr Flower, of New York, and it referi ed to the special committee wheii appointed. Mr of New York, offered a reso- lution tbe membership of that commltfoe from nine to thirtneu Referred to rbe committee on 1 ules witn Meitleo. Rflymaentative Mills introduced in the house a bill providing for reciprocity on the part of the United States with Mexico The bill provided that whenever Mexico shall all articles produced in the United States to enter tbe ports ot Mexico free of duty then all articles produced in Mexico ahull be admitted free to this country There -is a promise th it tbe act shall not apply to article upon which an internal revenue is imposed by the laws of both countries The reciprocity is to be established by presi- dential proclamation, and it is to continue nntll Mexico shall annul the Agreement Walker Blame's Fnneral WASHINGTON, Jan fnneral of Walker Blame took place today Private vices, which the and members Of the cabinet and ultimate friends attend- ed, were held at the Blaine mansion, on T-afayelle at 10 a. m Tbe reiiiaina token to the Church of the Covonant, where rhe public service began at 11 o'clock Boats in the body of the church were re- served for members ot the family and rela- tives, for the cabinet, "the diplomatic corps and senators and repre- sentatives. The Kev Dr Hamlin conducted tbe set vices both at the mansion and at the church. The pallbearers Were William F John Davis, BeVelluu A Brown, Mareellns Bailey, M L. Ruth, A. P. Junta, 8 B taring-arid William Hay wood. Secre- tarj Blaine, who nince the death of son j.h-4 lanvalned at jhome in 'or a walk ycstorrlay Mi Blf we fa in deepest gr'e', bnt tyars bin afRfoUon well, and gives no indication of TltKNTON, 8A11MDAY AKTHUINOON, JANUARY Id, 1890. TWO I SNUBBED BY HER LADYSHIP Mrs Foster, Wife of a Dominion Minis- ter, OntraUzud by Select feoclety OUAWA, Out Jan 18 e is a great sensation Mi society circles over the boycot- ting of George E Foster wife of the rmmsUr of finance, by btanley, of Preston, wife of the governor general The state dinner took place at the government housu Ihursdsy night, but name of Mrs I1 ostei did not appear on tho list of la vited Mr Fosfer was present in a U indsor uniform, and his conduct in uot resenting tbo treatment to his wife Is gen orally censured Mrs. Foster is paying the penalty for marrying the minister of finance a few days alter nhe obtained a divorce from her ttrnl husband, D B Glnsholm, m thimgo July Divorces are not frequent in Canada nnd the Dominion senate has de clared American divoic-fs to be invalid it Canada. Tbe governor neral's aide-de raimp, Capt McMaiion, yesterday author ized the statement that Mi s Foster is to b< excluded from select society here Stanley is known to be strongly op posed to the recognition of divorced women VVhpn "Mrs. Foster arrived from Chicago 8h< was called upon b) the wives of two ministers, who, taking a hint from a higher quarter, dropped lurther sovial intercourse Tiady Macdonald, wife of the premier, did not call on tUe lady, is knowu to strong opinions upon the subject Mr Foster's bride has had more than hei share of lites tioublea. She married D 8 Chinholm, member of parliament, fifteen years ago Mi Chisholm wasthena wealthy banker at Hamilton, Out, but absconded, defrauding many estates. He settled IB Chicago Mrs. Chisholm loved Mr Fostei for years, and found no trouble in securing a divorce She married Mr Foster foul days after the decrfio had boon Bi anted Mi- Foster is one of the ablest men in the minis try, but his political career seems limited MERRIWEATHEFV8 MISHAP. Bis Intended Bride Eloped With An- other In Carriage. BrRMTNQKAjr, Jan 18 Mays was to have boon married at her father'i residence, near Randolph, Ala., to William Meuiweather, a rich farmer Hei i iweather is 45 nnd a widower Misa Mays IB 19 The match was arranged by tbe girl's parents, much against her will She was in love with a young man named George Church. Hei riweather had arrived at the- Maya residence, and the guests were all assembled in the parlor awaiting tbe appearance of the bride, when Church arrived. Minn Mays saw him coming, and in her bridal ran to the gate to meet htm The young lovers leaped into Mem weather's riage, which was standing at the gate, drove to Cental viile and were mnrned They were hotly pursued, but Merriweather's homes were the fastest; in tint section, and the young Clovers wete man and wife half hour before the pursuing party arrived at CentervUle In tbe Pension Bureau. tf AifriiivGTos, Jan Gen Kanm, com- of pensions, has recommended-to Scoretsrj Noble the removal of Henry A Phillips, of New York, chief of the middle division, pension bureau. Mr Phillips was one of tbe employes of the whose pen- sion was rerated dunng the admminlratlon of Co'jj. Tanner Several months ago he asked by the secretary of tbe interior to rfslgii, bat failed to comply with the re- quwjt. It is understood that aitum will souii be lairen in the notes of nearly nil Of the thIHy employes whose pensions were Capital The senate committee on authorized a favorable report on the bill for the adml-Jon of the state of Wyoming At a mooting ot the military affairs eoui- mittooofthe Irtjuse, bill to authorize president to brevet officers of tbe army for gallant Oufvicof in Indian rvmpatgnii was ordered rerwrted favorably. All the of the cabinet were pre- sent at yesterday's meeting except Secretary Elaine Sectary Wwdoin submitted tbe draft of a silver bill, which was very gener- ally diBcntncd, It met with the almost! unanimous approval of the The b'U Bill probably be In the 011 Monday next Asa T. Boole Bead. RoixKHiKK, H, y Jan T Souls died here last evening, aged jfi yours. He KM the prmident of the Hop Bitten com- pany, and was the who made that patent medicine famous by evtemdve adver- tising The decwwwd had very large inter- ests in westeru JTannan was tbe founder of Soule college, at Dodge and the president and owuer of the Fint National bank there He also owued more than halt ot the town of Ingalls which became the county teat of Gray county after a violent struggle with tbe residents of Gimarron To do to the Metropolis. NBWBVJUGH, N Y, Jan 18 Very Rev. Dean Joseph Moonpy the- eleven years rector of 8t Patrick's church In this city, has boon appointed by Arch- bishop Corrfgan to fill the vacancy oeca- liuued by the death of Rov M 8 Bropby, rector of the Church of tho Bacred Heart, New York. Mooney will probably leave for liifl new charge OQ Monday n-it. Tour Killed bj Fxploiion. VIKNUA Inn 18 boiler explosion oc- curred in ti mill at Dobschulz Kungnrv, y by which four were kill in I a Inrgo number more or 1 mi od One of thooo killed wss lio vms blown through tha i llurn wore boys. Waylaid by Saiidbaggers. NEWARK N York sand baggers have invaded New Jersey Domi Tibby, the well known restaurant keeper at No   Murray street, New York city, lives at Brick Church, about three miles from Newark He got off the train at fi o'clock last night as did three men who. followed close behind About teet from Libby's house one of the men struck him on the head ith a sawlbag and knocki d li m against a fence 1 vvo of the men htid him while the othei riflKl j nr-lt< is, taking hit watch end chain Libbj soon regained con sciousuess, "but the thieves escaped by taking a tram for Newark 1 ibby says the men followed him from Sew York. Took Aconite by Mistake AMAH i, Jan 18 daughter of Frank 1m I) Towel, a prominent gmm commission merchant, lies at the point of death as the result of a mistake Yesterday afternoon tnfcen- suddenly ill, and taking e bottle that she supposed contained ginger, poured a few drops into water and swallowed it. She was at once seized with a terrible pain, nnd discovered that she had taken aconite Physicians were at once summoned and antidotes applied Two physicians worked over the unfortunate girl up to late hour Hei condition u critical Jn a liovr i IVEKFOOL, Jan. 18 tiberal meeting was held here yesterday which began under most fnvorable auspices, but ended in a disgraceful row Mr T W Russell, Unionist member of parliament for South Tyrone, attempted to make a speech, but was vigorously and persistently hissed, whereupon he left the platform A tremen- dous uproar ensued, which ended in several fist fights and the informal adjortrument of the meeting Snowbound Released. Colo Jap 18 The mow block- ade came to an end yesterday afternoon, first passenger train arriving at Alamo from Bnrango, being the first since Friday of lant week It was one ot the severest storms of the season The snow drifted in plasss twenty foot doop, and in tlw cut where the trains were stalled the snow was aix teet above tbe top of care. None of the pnsaengeis suffered, as they he'd plenty of food and fuel Boitonl Fire. BoSitiR, Jan losses and insurance in the SumWr street flre of yesterday morn- ing are astollowx Claflin, Cobujiift Co, leather, insnrnnce, in about twenty companies Whicher leather and shoe nudingv, Imnir ance, Clcgg Fisher, leather board manufacturers, fully maured. The building, which IB owued by the Boston university, is mined. Mpaln'i New Premier. VAnRrD, Jan Regent Chruv tma held a conference today wi tb Scnor Mnrlus, president of the Chamber ot Depu- ties, Gen, Jovelar, Gea Martinez Campos and Count Torino on the subject ot the formation of a new cabinet. Afterward Queen Christina requested Benor to try toform afahmat. tnnt Wuald coueill ate tbe conflicting political DEAlH ON l HE RAIL A Vestibuled Iram Crashes Into an Axcommodation. LIST OF KILLID AND IKJUBED. The Locomotive of the Yi-fUlbulecl Train Plungea Tlirangh Two Cars, Vpsettlnf the Stoic aqd Luusing a Conflngratlon. Beverul of the Iniurud Will Die. CIACINNATI Jan. 16 ten minutes past 7 o'clock last evening as the CHendale ac- commodation bound for Cincinnati, was leaving the station, near College Hill Junc- tion, tha Chicago vestibuled tram ran into the rear of the accommodation There were three passenger cars of the Ulendale train, containing about seventv five people The names of those known to be dead are giveu below The Killed and Injured Copeley, one of the con doctors Robert Stevenson, baggage njaater of the vestibuled train, John Wilson, super- intendentot the Metropolitan Lite Insurance company, aud three unknown men. fast as tbo wounded were taken from the wreck they were brought to this city and token to the Cincinnati hospital Those there now are William Klamitz, StRley, engineer of veatibuled train, flre- man of vestibuled tram Plunged Through Two Cara The locomotive of the Chicago vestibnled train ran through the rear car of the accom modation and half way through the next, piling the passenger iws in a heap and set ting them on flre The locomotive of the accommodation not derailed. Tbe fire department and patrol wagons were called from Cincinnati and the flre mguished Several are Fatally Wonndecl. Several persons were rescued who are fatally wounded. James Staley who is 49 years old, is from Carthage, 0 He was teulbly burned about the face and ai William JTlarmtz is also of Carthage He is a plumber, aged 19 Be has scalp wounds and is burned about the hands aud arms Bob Stevenson the baggage master of the vestibuled train, livedm Maplewood, O He died shortly after being placed In one of the patrol wagons The body of Wilson, superintendent of the Metropolitan life Insurance com- pany, of Cincinnati, was easily identified. He was terribly but ued. The engineer of the vestibule train is lying seriously hurt at Winton place, with three doctors attending him lie jumped when saw that tbe collision would take place Ihe Superintendent's Statement. C Nelson, general superintendent of the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton railroad, says of the accident that it happened just north of the College Hill crossing vestlbuled train No dl, drawn by the large engine No I and accommodation tram No. 77, collided shortly after 7 o'clock. The block system is used there, and it is supposed that Bo 77 TEMPERANCE WOMEN of the Pennsylvania Women's Christian Temperance AHliince Pun ADELPHIA, Jan yesterdays uioruinj, session of the newly formed om eub Christian Temperance alliance the president reported that the Evangelical union, confuting of a number of ladies were ready to join the Women i Chi Temperance alliance Mrs Miller, tht president of the union, and Mrs. lillis the secretary, were introduced and was regularly admitted. 1 he following officers were then elftctetl President, Mrs. H C Campbell of ghouy vice president at largo Mia. J Hairy White, of Indiana recording secre- tary, Mrs, M 8 Shepard of Tioga cor responding secretaiy, Mrs Ellen M ataon of Philadelphia treasuror Mrs. Lizzie Phillips, of Chester At the afternoon session tho committee or resolutions submitted a report which wa unanimously adopted The resolutions ex press gi at ilkation at the formal orgnmza tion of the omen's Christian Ttmiperinct alliance with the constitution carefully In dlcating its object to interest and unite women of Pennsylvania in Christian teni perance woi k, declaring that effort sbouJt) be made to secure the adoption by the nexl legislating of a local option law so that th< twenty nine counties which gave a majorltj for the rohibitoi y amendment, and al other counties may, bj popular vote, ha% c an opportunity to prohibit the gi anting ol licenses to liquor giving the influenrf of the 01 gamzation to the courts to oni the granting of licenses and to enforce thi penalties against the sale of intoxicating liquors, recognizing the fact tnat the non pai tisan efforts of Christian temperano women aro rapidly gaining adherent, throughout the state and country and cor dially inviting co-operation, and extendmp thanks to the provisional committee tht press, and to others who have contributed tc the success of the conference PIMENTAU'S ACTIVITY- It Gains Him Many Adherents from th Majorltj LONDON, Jan 18 activity and earn estnew of tbs new premier of Portugal Senhor Pimental, in tho pursuit of th policy of tlie ministry is winning many ad herents from the majority, and fast disarm ing the Republicans who saw in the gur rendu of the Gomes cabinet to the of England a pretext for agitation if not actual revolution Senhor Pirnental has summoned to I isbon the Portuguese nnms ters to Bei 1m, Vienna and Roma in order that hf may verbally instruct them regard ing the dt-sire of tho g  f n 11 m Unn thn Orlj> i in ft 11m oflirMfl nntl i i n ol orolntios O i lionfd the i of thodw of f bo. dhcaoo hafl boon poet- JUST AT A Grand AfwoHuient of Very Novelties In IMBKOIDKHIES i Inn i nt if It i Among an entirely new de- never soon befum, whieh have jaat received through several of the largoel importing honvfl in Hen Tork, We that no finer nor bet- ter Embroideries are in the market, vA, above alt, that we are enabled to tell these bosatifol new at lower priow any Tork letvUer it able to offer to you, no miller who the? are, for we Dongbt them for 'h, md are sb e to give surprising to Call and compare our ISmbroideilM trith any others and compare prices P. 8 Notice hereby give epo rial notice the old Parawlj from 1899, left here for and mnit be falleti for within 30 tMi date, or will be (old for 15th, WAMJS', THE AXATIVfc AND NUTRITIOUS JUICE IL FIGS Of CALIFORNIA, Combined 'be mediciml of phnts ktirmn to be most btnehual to tbe hunnn forming an agreeable and hxatui. to jitrma- nent1}   MANUFUCTUnED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CM. KY HEW VOW ft V. ftp eclat J H. BFAST K-1T, OOUNSFIOR-AT-T Aw, 143 State filrect, Trenton, N. J YOUNG LAOIEft and HPRVIUK in COtJMINO BOOW., for -ml AKW 1-V K1SCHEB, Hsu removed to 216 RAST 8TATK 8TEEET next door to Library Hall NO 8MAT1ERTNQ, NO NON-ESSENtlAia, NO in ito OOtJItftE OP TRAINING Snoot fnl T PMl Progrw. The Shoithand Department Offers the very for acquiring .kill in BAPID AND in Shorthand. For 10 and 14 BBGUSS J. urEWART, Bor N J. Oreoue OOUN8ELOB-AT- A y BUILBIKO, comer Btate Warren Stroett, I 1 AW Off teal n-uta, Dfpotlt fin Co 29 Btate street, Trenton, K, J. H 95 NOElJi r. j. UPDBGBOVJ5 ijKrifl, Projifletoi- Ihe old DB BOAUDMAN u not I He is the only Doctor of that that ever lived m Trenton OITWCK 40 FBONT 1 MO A VBOOR, Heaters, ftengoa Generally. JjUOAH MTTKIl PAlNlS (Alt and OenUe St.JO'f Jf jrine Hoot and Shoe ijUtfTOM WORT A4FX0Mf.ii, ng of Alt Kinds done In the But Manner 188 Street, Troutvu. TUT M, d Hair cnt and nulled. Ifafr-Ds lug and Tin S. QRKICISJC fflfitM, TKKM'OH, N, J. of rf dwrlpUon Of 3. KKlf T Will be to call upon any one wanting LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS We have purchased the store North of us and intend to build on the two lots Ihe liiH'.sl Store in iron Ion! We most get rid of oar "lock tu do RHADY-MADIi CLOTHING! K J j GOODS OB (JTOUK. Street. t J KO. F. NORIII GRKKNK j. B. IIOBEN8ACK, Jh i n M 11 CillllO, I lit M l A, M, Jmpm- on SA.M and BUaoCJ, OHiUt A M- "lOhey iKKNlflN, K. Bye a OF TRENTON Notice of Intention to Contract North At- aanpink Intercepting Sower. Pnnaant to a rcnolntlon of Coun- cil, ptned December 24th, nottoe Is hereby givMi that u the intention of COA.WOD Council to build a tewer. beginning at Fivnt and Greone (now Sonth Broad) at the northerly end of that purtlon of tbe north intercepting tower con- ulriiotf d under ordinance of Ctimionn Coun- cil, Jnljr 12th, 1887, running rt- nlT through Fient street a of about feet to point in Fiont at ot near the waiterlv line of the lands of the Delaware and B'nfan north- tally acrow lands of the Debiware wd of 165 feet, to A point In K-tt opposite Grand thenae -t- erly through Grand avenne the lands of the Ma.cer CeoietetJ k of about 6flO feet to a point in fljath Clinton thenjo northorly Sonth Cllntou avenue, Ala. of about n feet to point Yard avenne; thenoe vtcily thrucgh Yard a of about 612 feet, to the "te'lt end of "Id Yard avenue, 
                            

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