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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOU VIII. NO 2264 TKKNTON, MONDAY AJTTKRNOON. MAKC1I 17. 1890. A PUGILISTIC MINISTER. A One Sided Encounter in a Poughkeepsie Church via via viwi i v PMY Full., ilit HuglittM W nl Pergisttul in n Marys all o u scene of a in which i i rt ohant wa td by ,t u tuid P I I M r i i i t! u t 1 t ii I nl K t 1 U tlllllcl I r j is a hi Hi r s 7 d ma Hi I ul 1 nr I is tl u punished r h trmn of ml 1 II peptic loo! i u imi ti i the row in i Hughes II Accord i t 1 a pew in one which 1 l him, Hup i jw i s paw No 11 Uu 1 I church N ii d d t Fathei i f i t! i reut of tl J1 i he hadu't li i 1 >n I d l but ht it 11 dence, u as the vuiiug n t mer r iertuce I d ily built i s is a no brawn thet led to I1 by Mr 1 tl I Un Itow i s at m it he hired 1 uu li t'icr than the i I 1 st. ected for i i h ing been lay before the called on s f j ijmg the i lo d linn that th inutttr then n into Ihc [nil uhlal resi o llnnlis aMib father t I Early ask 1 I n t< in 1 i ai t l 600 Hughts d( Ii 1 I) d tins ami then Father L u y i s t I li m il lit w uld in lorse one for M UH 1111 ik timed say- iiig he c till u t tht and he alleges th t bid sj father Early that th h Ku ia'1 1 him a liar and ordered turn ut tin. houit 1 .in It JOBS the Pew On Fel Hughes suit father Larly hu check for l i pt w i fnt lit t h (k was returned Oi March Hughes' sou went to the chuici to attend aiid found a entrance '0 the pew Ht 1 in 1 against it an 1 it gave way, when h Miteied the pov and sat there during the i i On S itui lay night, March 8, th  it m the p w hid been L n rein aad_ i cham_ less torn out tlii (.usiii. n rein aad_ t ]n again placed acre ss th e itr n e. Went to Chnich a scitw IJrlver. Sunday m iiiing Marth J Jlr Hughes went to th t micli I attend suwct, and carried wiln him Uv) cunp sto aud a screw drivtr ah tho here- moved the chain iind h an 1 his son then entered u eat 1 thtrnsehes on the camp stools and K n nit d dunng service Yesterday morning Hi Ilu0n s an 1 his sou went to the Umith ugiim a little before the time for the regular morning seivice to be- gin, and found that th st it i the pt-W and the cushion had bi n i turnt 1 1 hey had hurdly tal en thin s its Mi says, when Fathei Luh unit to thun and told them the} had no bus n ss tlurt that the pew belongs! to a Mis McCabe, of Man- chester, and shjw d th m a taid ou the end of the pew with h i name upon it Four One Hughes says ho rtached over to pull the card off, when tjthu Early btruck him a stinging blow in tno fact cutting open the flesh to th" cheek bone He rose to his feet and held out his bands to I1 ather Early, when Philip Suluan and John Cullen nephews of the astor and another man whose name Hnghis does not know, ran from the vestry tu the j ew One of them threw an arm aiound Hughes' neck and diagged him to ther end of the pew, where he he d Hughes head down by his Whisktrs, while John Lulkn up on the aeat of the pew und haminei _d Hughes' face till he tirid Th n, Hu0'h s says, Father aud the thrit men Iftt A Warrant for bather I-arly- Hughes, with his fact covered with blood, resumed his seat in the pew with his son Before the sti vite lommenced tattler Early said to Hughes that mass would not be cele hrntp 1 till l o hnd Ifilt the chintli Hugh B told the pastor that he had come to the church foi Lliu of and that he was going to stay as long as it took to conduct tho s rvices and perform his individual part of it The service then occurred with jut any further trouble After it was over Hughts to his home and called Drs Pul kei nn 1 Marlll to attend to bis hurts Last night he swore out warrants fur the arrest of- rather Early, Sullivan, Cullen and tht other man The Pritst's Side of the Story FathirEail) dt mis most of Hughes' state- ments He sa} s Hughes' son struck him first ond that C ull n, bullivan and the other man came to his assistance Hughes saya that when he had the conversation with Father Eai ly in the latter's house he told the pastor that he had app aled to the trus toes, who tolil him he was entitled to the pew t> w il now apptal to the bishop to have Falhtr pjiily rtmoved The whole affair is bung rued before Recorder Smith today Mi Hughes'fice and head are cov ered with bandiig s The whole towu ia talking about tht i ow borne of the mem bers of bt Mary 3 thurch last night ap. plied for adinihsiou to bt Peter's, but Father Nolan told them to go back and re- main in their own church FREIGHT ON GROCER An Import nit Ititt rst tile oinmerce De- t Ulou Handed Marth 1 be ml rstats comnns >n in an n ion oinini siouer Schtomn dm 1 ndetid d tht it-tsbi ught againht the ttuuk hius 1 j H 1 hurber andotheih 11 utnas L (n n HI i Prune is H o of w city, known as the carload cases m fin or of the complainants omplaint was in i 1 of too great difF lues in rates u car load and It-ss tLan eaiload quuntiu s Ihe casts ixuterl a great deal t inttust and more than 4 (XX) peibuiii hi ins an Ic1 i pora tion-i business in us (tionsof thetountry filed memonals Ii th com- expiessiug their vitwslor i ogamst the relit f sought for by the complainants Ihe points dtcided are brutij btatei as fol- low iflcation of freight fci tinnsj ortation purps i is m terms 1 l> the act to HUU k coninitrce and is theitfuie law ful It i-. alb-> a valuabl ton vein IK e loth to si ippt rs and rnrrier-i. A tlu (1 iti HI of si n itinn dift rent elates (r car- loa 1 qu intiti and f i It ss than cur oad quai titles lor tmnspoi tatmn at a lower rale in carloads than in less than carl ads, is IK L in i li in tution c f the act to rtgu late con n ei The tircmnsfancfs and t on diti ns ol the trciisporlatKn m respect to the v rk d me b> tht i airier Mid the rev enue em nt d ar d s-.innlur tin 1 n justify a re soiwbln difference in rate The public mleicsts H subserved by carload ti n of i ty that on account f thevol un e tran to reach mark ts or sup- llytheilena ds of triido tbn ughout the umti) or usually moves m su( Ii (j i inLitiHs intrs not at hbei ty to classify jr ns H basis of transp irt ition rates an 1 in p M. (I f r its curi ngt with ex clusvi i 1 to then own mttnsts, but uiu t i esp< 11 the interests of those who m n 1 JLC isiou to employ their services HI 1 c- i form their churgts to the relative f 1 f 1 lyai d ji sticewhicU the act prescribes. sei K is an im[ ortant element in fixing trunspoi tation charges and entitled to ft jr (c nsidoration but it is not alone con troi ing, nor so app led in practice by car n is an 1 the of the service to the f 111 prt v c irru d is an essential factor to be u 1 in connection with other consid- erat The public n sts are not to be sub i IniaUd to those of carriers and ro- qun pioper legnrd for the value of the sei v ce in tl o appoi Liommut of all charges upon tm he -upoa find I an c u 10 ids f the same betttien tne same points of carnage "0 wide as to b desti uctn t 11 lompetiti n between laig aid mull ispicially up n arti fg ii al netossar} us-t and which, un 1 r g conditnns of tiade furnish a unit of Tjusm ss toianitis is un j l t i n 1 M ilates the i visions of the act A InT mice in rate f i a sjl d carload of out kind of from one consignor to one onMgnep, and a carload fiom the same f m nt to tin sain distluation, con stmgif Ike or fi eight i f like thni j r from n jt e th in one ci g lor to on c isifj e oi Tmn one consignor to in r t i n oni consignee is not justified by th illfluent  lotlted up m one of the Yale seciet sicitly s but H A It ink Ittitneil. KIHKVIILK M M ith start- ing from an overt inn d siove in B T Taw kin's di} gnoditaoin kstroyel that build- ingv the tnst JSntnml bank building and several othu business strudur i The to loss is f-XKt f'OO, insniance, Wouldn't H the Wnnilnf JACKSON Mich March 17 Farmer Fttldy, bis wife and a Miss Emerson were ilttick anl instantly kilkd by an airline train at n i rt ssinj in this city They had been wun id by tho flagman not to crosa. tecnlitr to ttred, debilitated feeling, te Bvring. indicates depraved blood Now Is the tftoeTo prove the beneficial effects of Ayer's 8wr- U cletnses the sistem, restores phynl i.. newUfe into Conenp tntlent Hamlfn Attempts to Shoot i North Dakota St-nator N U Marth nde Ham- 1m St Paul mwspiper corresp ndent at- tt mi till o shoot btate Senator Alexander Mi Kli ?ie in tho lobby of the bherl Ian hotel, but tht latter n powerful man disarmed th n paper m u, and with the revolver Ih it had b tn tit him held at bay a 11 uv tl i f 1 oi twenty five of the legis lit) s frienU nhow IB bei t upon lynching th oul 1 b murd ler Havi igsaved Ham Iin from Mi Kenzie gave him his revilver and escoittd him to the depot, whei Hlinli I boai lud t Li am mid wu oar ritd beyond the r ach of his enomies The d mculty was cause 1 by McKenzie laving h i, hand on Hiinliu's shoulder and asUi ig him he had lied about him in conn ction with the lottery boodle scheme Hanilm thereupon drew his revolver and attempted to shoot, but grasped tho weapon and thi ust a under the hammer just m tune to prevent its dis charge Sailors Di on IKFOLK, Va March 17 Tho steamer Defl nice has arrive i hem from Baltimore, and Capt Burgees rt ports that on passing York Spit lighthouse Sunday he saw a schooner ashore and sunk on the spit near the northwest buoy About the same time ajawl boat was seen containing five men leaving the sunken schooner and pulling for the lighthouse The win 1 was blowing with terrific force anl as the boat appioaohed the lighthouse it was thrown against the iron piles and swampod, and all five men were thrown overboard. The men grasped tho iron rods of the pries in a desperate Struggle for hfe, but tho waves dashed over them with such fury that they were soon overpowered and lost then hold, and were drowned It is supposed tho schooner wal an oyster vessel ami was trying to run into Lastiiver The Dlnpntch Goes Ashore. BUTIMDRF March William Oi i fli gan of the steamer hue, reports that tho I nitetl "-tates steamer Dispatch wenl ash i e at 4 p m batui day on Cedar Point shoil Cipt Geoghegrn pullod on the Dig pati h until i jO o'c'oclv m the morning, but fail d to move her It is thought the vessel will remain ishore until a lull in tho north west wind permits the water to rise m nvci Secretary Tracy and a party are or boai d, bound to Norfolk The secretary it uccompi nied by Mrs. Wilinertliug and Mlsi and Lieut ami Mrs. Mason llomnnrs Leave lite Strip I 1 Man h 17 Iho pi o amution ordeiing all settlers on the Chfokie strip to vafite is having the de sued tffect Already a considerable num her have left the forbidden torntory All day long the trains weie loaded down witb boomirs leaving the strip Many poor pto] le who flocktd to the strip under the imp ttvsion tint it was open to settlement have not the means to ieturn, and ietnair thele until the troops escort them out TrrHNiitftl Himlngway'l Illff Hhoitnge JACKSON, Miss March 17 re- mains-littli di ubt that both the legislative committee, aiid the tonimit-sion appointed tc iuvtatigflte the books and acct unts of er rieasurer Hemingway will report that there is a balante due the state of fll Commissioner Patty, of Columbus, expert accountant, has filed the report oi thi tommisslon with the governor, but iti ex ct umttnts have not yet been made known to thi public Medicines have been latliftotoiy to WIND AND NOTHING MORE New York's Opinion of Chi- cago's Fair Fund. THE FH.HI IN 1HI- (OHVIITEE. Congressman Hflden Became Very Un- cutnpliiiii ntury and Said Chicago riptlon LUt H as a Fraud and m Stubborn Fight Expected. WASHIM.TOV March is evident that there is to be a bitter flght over the World's fair bill aud it is by no meanfl cer- tain that there be a World's fair The meeting of the committee Saturday waa very animated one At the suggestion of the Chicago men that the ten million guar- antee was ample Belden and Hitch con- temptuoubly snupped their fingers nnd paid that the telegram before the committee was of no conhtquence and that it rt pit-rented no guarantee It said both Mr Hatch and Mr Belden mere wind here are Pullman and Marshal Field and Allerton and Armour? Wind and Nothing More I was m New continued Mr Beiden and one of the men who has sub- scribed 000, according to the newspaper report and tho claim of the Chicago outside delegation said that he had subscribed that sum but that he had only paid 000, and that he bad no intention of paying any such sum as he had subscribed. And that Is illufe ration of tho character of the Chicago subs riptiou list, it is all wind, it is a hum- bug and c oufideuce game upon the Amer- ican congress' Therefore bpi mger re- quested Mr Belden to .name the man who had subscribed 000 and who had been m New York withm a week and had made that statement Belden declined to do looking for the Man. ft king uu the official Chicago subeciip- tio i li t which is in the possession of the w jr i fair commit1 ee Mi bpimger said 1 fin 1 on ihib list the names of two persons onlj who d 000 each to the fund One of th m is George M Pull nmu w ho is at Ark ins-is Hut Springs, and has not been m Ixtw York foi a week, who made that statement, and who, witl n a week, has made his bona fide sub- Marshal Field has not "be n m JSew i ork m a week and he is not tht kind of a man to whom any one would ituie to atti ihute such a statement And this art theoulym n on that list for the MI n named What Chicago Hoped. The Chicago mpu hope to force the bill out of the committee by a majority vote They t ink they have five rn iew lork tt Gauntlet Immediately ufon hearing tht situation m the committee C i Greorge R D ivw, in chttigi of Chicago s f ircts telegraphed to ChicHg 7 that a stubborn figlil is impending and tli it it wnl be necessary to to woik tigtim just as he did baore Col Davis 1 don t think thut it wrll be possible them to defeat ua Theio is no Unit, Uowevtr to los-1 The bill should re ported to the hou-e aud put up- n the appro pnate calend r without delay Tneie has been 'iiuch time lost in the hope hat by delay 11 I couitesy a unanimous repoit coul 1 c secured New York lays down the gauntlet e must pick it up 1 don t be- the boiihe will sustain New this course Mi Btilileu H Opinion It is to big a thing to be run on w nd lhat is the statement whieh Mr Belden, of Ntw rk, made to an interviewer in ex- planation of his position m the committee as 10 the Wur d s lair b-tll That is the line upon which th NBVV York nun hupe to cer tu n y dtft-at the Chicago bill m tho com ipit-tpp In the it isovilenttha the only og0iessive rsof ths policy nre Belden and Hatch F owei, to be sure, votes with Lis colleague, but in ex planation in tho committee I must vote with aud stand by my colleague But Mr FloweT pei nuts it plainly to be seen that it is Bdden's and not his. THE WEEK IN CONG! A Forecast of the Buat anil Iluu ASHIM TON, March of tlie Senate 17 the senate will vot ciitheblaii al bill The fat ot tht bill i- cal Mr Bhi i la i that it n small n aj r s M i Panlkutr wh ken i in the ppo Hi i l the 111 I there h a go id maj i tv t i1 pledg 1 against it Mi Hi w v for a hpe( i i on the bi 1 this w Evart4 will i lu tl t j, n i il hab bttu at, LL 1 th it en 1 sbull be t' U ur f I ui sJa} i tti ii nmti 1 lib 1 a i Md n terest tl at iU n )w lu k d H I Mr i r il t 1 it It u Mi Ulan tin h ur o muke King I stituti n mm n yet t f IlCttOI C I Kb the m s of mis n Urn ut are a final appe il in b half of the i it. biu u and debate on iituen Itnuils shall bee n lu Nd undorthc mi nut ruk W li ta timl vote on the Blair bi 1 his b n tjk n tliere will bo a struct-U f i pet d IP it nD the friends of s il imj i rtunt i ustir s A-nong t be ttht i h wi 1 be prns-sc 1 art) th bil I  ot tho navul tstublishmuit i li" ntaua election will be rttd t j t sumte arlv ntxt week llio ui g r t 1 ti y bil fir t of tho appi priutun bills l< re ch the calendar now i on Imj; uid it wi 1 be tiktMi up bfturt, the uid E I1 e week ai 1 p d In the secret s s i u the Dolj h committee may bring U( sj IK tt n  a probubi t> thrt the pension appropriation bill will be brt ught up for considei atioti and th outlook it. for a busy week PREFECT KING ARRESTED at a Pennsylvania Institution for thelilind PHILADELPHIA, March 17 U King, prelect of the Pennsylvania InstiUit c n for the Instruction of the Blind was arrested Suuday charged with sodomy on a war ifintbwoin out by Thomas AV LJarl jw n men b r of thestat board of changes 1 h arrest is the outcome ol an Uiun begun on luesday Iftfct bj the boaid of man ngeis of the institution of charges madt against tho manag in nt by one tt tuein stiuctors The uucstigatiou has cr atid intense m crest by reabou of thp b iraclei of tl e tf.ttmony offered bj a uumbu of h blind boys wbo are of the mst tu tlou k iig was tuk u tiom bed it ini home f h s father at Df county and brought the ceutial btatiou here whero he wab given a healing John V G-anes, aged 17 years a blind pupil, to d the story of a series of crimes ex tending a period of three years 01 more, which had boon committed not onl> with himself but with other boys in the school (Janes was the only witness pro- duced, ond at the conclusion of his testi- mony King, after declining to cross ques- tion, was locked up in default of OJO bail King denies emphatically the terrible charge, and expresses the belief that it is the result of a conspiracy He denounces the charges of misappropriation of funds, cruel treatment of the inmates and supply ing them with insnffloient and poor food as being absolutely false During the inter new the prisoner broke down and wept bitterly He, however, hopes to be able to clear himself He will probably be indicted by the grand jury today, and his trial will take place in Armour and the Fiiclflc Coast Market SAN FRANCISCO March 17 large i cent v p irohftsed at Point Pinofce thirty i IPS b ve thf city on the shore of the bay i UK eatabl h nent of a great canneiy, is u 1 to have been bought in the interest of Armour and a syndicate of pacters that will ti v to control the brr f market on the coust 11 c (i sh l> i f will b soldfromrefrig rator I D LS at bin Fi Oakland Sacra ineiito, Stockton aud perhips other points I1 e ciuipany will h its own tefi igerdtor nis nnd manage transportation, while the (inieiy will utit zo all unsaleable parU R ti i 1 utcherw aie uneasy OVPI tho scheme fli Teir lower pi ice1' Big wholesaler 1 !i ht Aimour if ho attempts to run tb 1 t irl tncl s U i Sh i l Mai h t I t I u land I Verinili u i came t i in: to build a I maintain a 1 I I i c i n 11 i L.S 1 n ou ere lit ai 1 n 1 is wealth} A day i tw upon tli ttiui h ml In 000 1 wti inn i Bibhop Hiu t t ls bee UILS r ol I t Ih Intel l r M t lienne is aS3l0n lu II ininiti} of the colonies. The oth i mem! is- itniinn rs I efore an nouuce1 Gu-ifinor Sell uslj 111 CONLI ID N H Maith 17 Gooikll s il wuh 11 stratiou Hia friends urt u ned at tl s rl usutss of hu conditun His prep ib d ti ip t with his ir I is bjen aluudoael i ts in the rir t legint form THE" AXATUEAND NUTRITIOUS JUICE OF FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined -nitli the medicinal irtucs of plants Lnov n to be mot beneficial to the human m forming an agreeable ano effictrte hxatne tr pcrma nentl) cart Habituil Consti- pation, it J the mam ills de- pending on a or mactue condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It stt most excellent remedy known to CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY V> hen one 1M ous or Coosupatcd bO THAT PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW Ei ery one is using it and all are delighted with it ASK YOUR DRUqCIST FOR MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SXV CAL, t J V.' 800 and 811 OHBSTNui STREET, Pi-m.A A RICMINDKR That we are ready to supply your wants for Spring Clothing. The reputation of our Clothing for neatness and durability will be steadily maintained, and our large will Veep the prices very low CLOTHING FOB MKN, YOUlBM, BOYS AK1) A C YATHS CO., 33Q- M u L rj i i SIXTH CHKSTNUTSTRKKTS, LOOK OUT I-OR BARGAINS p PHH.ADKI.HHIA, PA. The .veclallst (n Youthful Imprn- dence. Tonng men marriife for Book. Bent on receipt of ac. aUmp ConiultaUon hours 8 A." till 1 F, H., bom F. M. tmtll 9 F. H. on Sundays D B. BDWIN FISCHER, Formerly Deraonittator of Oprmtlve tltUt Ponna College of Philadelphia. B st equlpyed Office in the Bute. O'uou and Bridge Work. Artificial Teeth np ALUMINUM and continuous gnm, Bridge work on Alnmtnnm at greatly reduced prices "aoth Extracted Without pain, and without tho of U ohlorofoiui, Removed to 810 KAST STATE floor to Library and Pmt Offioe. We have purchased the store North of us and intend to build on the two lots l he lince.l Glorc in I r en Ion! rnnut get rid of our stock to do thm, therefore, RliADY-MADIi CLOTHING i d L j i v N 'N 1 M c jc i i i-i A-N, MKKCIIANT BH ii id NORTH GRKKNK 1V best I fotacco. fiti-- J.O 2CCIZ A Good paying houses to exchange for 126 MARKET STREET N 1. GRADI7A1E OPTttJlAN, Corner State LH (Font money M TACHION, H. J. The Hye a i BI. M. M1 .adzes' Ila'T- 210 North Broad Stitet. and Ohlldren'B Hair and cnrlefl Dry and Wet BalrJMtiplurt any shade Hanafactures every dwlptlon of Ornamental Hair Combines np. BeBpectfhlly, M. REWARD We will pay the above rewart far itl Liver Complaint, DjspepBla, Slok "oMache, in. digestion Constipation or casUven UUIB with YY eel's Vegetable Liver f "H, dlrectlona are strictly CuutpUed with. ID Vegetable, anj never twi to ulre BngarRoated. Finn, 25 cents. For iftie by all III ware of connterfelto and nil putage sent by mall prepaid, on .JOtlW of I l-cent stAmp Bold by tClLDD, Stores -CM Broad street and corner of Clinton, Trenton, N J H. OOl'jtON, Anctlonaer. ON THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1SOO, AT 10 O'CLOCI A M... At the Residence of Lewis 8. month Street, cor Hamilton Connlitlng of Goose Feither Flllowi, Tables, chairs, Standi Bureau, floe Re- ception Chairs, two 01 It Reception Cfiuin. An. tlqne Chairs some fine one Extension Table, Walnut, Bedroom Suites, swae Oai OloSw, Wilson Sewing Mmiiinfc OarlM MnUrmnet about 176 yards Body Bn isji Carpet, Lace Curtslni, several ooi tv, frigerator. one flue China Bet of Hall and Stair Carpet, Crockery, ware, Tubs and many other artMet, The Hamilton avenue can go clou by door. Conditions on day of Hie by I KWlB 8. I TI OoiTON, AnntlonnftF 1111 OP An ordinance to provide for the paving of Factory street, from the wjuterly line Of Broad street to the of War- ren street YVocreas, There has boon prosented to the Common Conncil a petition by the owuers of more than one-half (n cunning feet of lota fronting or bordering npon section of Factoij street de- scribed1 for the paving thereof Bel- gian blocks Ihe Inhabitants of the City of Trenton do ordain Section 1 That Factory ilioet, from westerly line of Broad stroot to the -9rly line of Warren street, be paved with Sec. 2 That the whole of "'d work anall be done nnder the supervision of SLsst Commissioner and the Street of Cooitaon Conncil Sec 3, That the eipense of I'd paving shall be assessed upon thelotilid paiceli of lands benefited thereby; prorldofl, no lot or parcel of land shall td a greater amount than Is to benefit which shall be loceived by inch lot or parcel of land from the nM Improve- ment, and that the of -tld over and above the -ugregsts of M serable beneflta, tt any, lhaU by the city at large and paid In provided by law. Passed Common Conncil F. 0. Ovlii-OrT, Al-TKST Fdl JNO. C OffBHi, City Clerk. Approved March 5th, 1800. s( A. M8-5   

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