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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VOi- VIII. NO. IIUH8DAY AFriflKNOON. MARC'IT 1890. TWO lUSMARCK'S SUCCESSOR. Gen. Von Caprivi Has Been Ap- pointed Chancellor. THE EMPEKOK AND THE PEINCE. Blimarck'i Kcslgniitlou HUB Not Unex- pected bj Knlser Ap- polotment of Von Cuprtvt Generally Regarded ag au Excellent One. BlPiiK, March gossip concern- Ing Priucj Bismarck's as ehmicel- lor has been quickly silenced by the ap- pointment of Gen. Von Caprivi. The ap- pointment is generally regarded as in ex- oellwit one. He is able, firm and well liked, and is in thorough harmony with the views and policy of the emperor. It is now recalled that the new chancellor has had frequent conferences with the kaiser of late, which fact gives rise to the belief that the resigna- tion of Prince Bis- VON CAPRIVI. marck was not un- "pected by the emperor, but was surpris- ing only In its not having been presented to hh majesty airlisr. It is not believed that marked changes in the policy of Prince BUmarck will be made for the present at The office will not, however, include the direction of the foreign ministry as during Prince Bismarck's chancellorship. It is stated that Emperor William intimated kin Intention to abolish the office of presi- dent of the Prussian ministry, which pro- pcf it Prince Bismarck stoutly opposed. The disagreement between tbv emperor and the Chancellor becoming wider, the kaiser asked for another interview at 10 o'clock in the evening. He was Too Old a Mun. To this request Prince Bismarck replied that he was too old a man to come at that tour. Shortly thereafter the chancellor formally tendered his resignation. Prince Binujarck's written resignation covered twenty pages, giving the reasons for his Withdrawal. He conversed cordially with the Italian delegate to the labor convention, and requested him to convoy his heartiest Ktueting to Premier together with the assurance that the paths of Italy and Germany will be identical In the future as they have been In the past The Bourse was weak. The Bourse was wnak yesterday in conso duence of Prince Bismarck's resignation. FriiHBlan consols declined per cent, and other Prussian securities were depressed. Other Changes. It is Announced that Heir von Boetticher ?rin become president of the Prussian min- istry and that Count Eulenberg, governor of Nassau, will succeed von Boetticher u Imperial minister of the interior. Count Herbert Bismarck will be aceigued to an ambaxxadorahip. Ministers Herrf urth and Ton MnybachTiave resigned, the latter bo came he lost Prince Bismarck's support the increased demands for strategic. OOi.iii.iinlcationa Count Herbert's Resignation Accepted. The iwerts that the resignation of Count Herbert Bismarck has been ac- cepted by the emperor, and says that Count TOU Berchem, under secretary of state for foreign affairs, will probably be promoted to succeed him. Ton waldersee Dismissed. The Tageblatt nays that the emperor dismissed Count von Waldersee from the command of the army. The Freisinnigo Zeitung says that thn military conference held on Tuesday dis- ciimod the questions of abolishing the sep- teiuiate law and fixing the peace footing of the army from year to year the reduc- tion of the term of infantry service from three to two years. The conference also ar- rived at a decision regarding the new mili- bill providing for the creation of two new army corps. The Kew Chancellor. Gen. von Caprivi is probably an interim chancellor, ceiled into office by the .emperor through the suddenness of Prince Bismarck's resignation. The general is the son of Privy Councillor Caprivi, was born Feb. and named Leo von Caprivi de Caprara de Mont, cuculi. He entered the kaiser Franz guards regiment in 1849, rose in rank with the usual regularity until in 1878 nnd was commander of an infantry brigade at Stet- tin; in 18S3 was promoted to be lieutenant general and commander of the Thirtieth army division "at Metz. Tn 1883 the old made him chief of admiralty, at the same time rear admiral of the navy. Tn 1889, when the naval administra- tion was reorganized, Oea Cuprlvi was re- stored to the army and given the command of the Tenth army'corps, with headquarter! 9 Count Herbert's Career. Count Herbert Bismarck's career not been a particularly brilliant one. HI. ap- pointment in the ministry of foreigu affairs WM made to relieve the chancellor, his father, of much of his labor. Blamarck'sene Snies at the time charged him with wishing to arrange for ranking the chancellorship hereditary in his family. The count was tor B long time a be on companion of the emper- or's. Be accompanied him on his recent travels. He went to Athens for the marriage of the Duke of Bparta, and then to-Constan- tinople to the advantages of tha triple alliance to the of the snblima porta AU the expeditions were planned by ttie chancellor, who dreamt a wonderful future for hK son. early life rfUgiaced by scandalous episodes. enam- ored with the Princ; of th-Bonthcu, wife of a German Dnrohlanoht and a daugh- ter of a prince of 1881 the couple fled from Switzerland to Berlin, for weeks Herbert kept out of hln father's The prince threatened end cajoled, and finally Herbert returned to Berlin to be raismlfto the highest diplomatic thmk' then, go tnl bar FOR A NEGRO'S MURDER. Mel. J. C'lieutham Hanged for Murder Iu GRENADA, Mi-.i, Miirdi 20. J. cheat- jam was huEgetl at half past 1 o'clock for ihe murder of u negro named James Till- man. Cbeathmu was buried by the Odd Fellows. '1 ho story of crime Is as follows: At the January, u-rui ot' court Chant bam and Jamm Lemnions were Indicted for gambling. Junu'S TiUnum was the principal witness, aud tho HI lined par- ties made threats against hit, 'Iillnmn was missed on Friday, July 1'.'. Hi-, body waa fouiul the following Hunday morning lying across a log in Talial' Mm rivT. Stones were tied to the feet and lifad. Five, men n'ero arrested on su.-picion, one ot whom, Lee Irving, turned stales evidence. His testimony showed that on Thurs- day night in question the five men am- bushed TiHman, ami shot him with shot gnns. Before de.ith even th" body was placed in a sack, taken to the rh er, weighted with stones nnd sunk. Choatham was eon- victed of murder in the first degree. Tile other three men then plonded guilty to manslaughter and were sentenced to thirty years. The Iliidloe's Island Affair. WASHINGTON, Proc-- tor has designated Gen. Schofleld to repre- sent the war dephrunent the senate and house committees on l numeration TTexl Fi-iduy lo h ok intu the qutstion of a site for the establishment of an immigrant sta- tion to take the place of Cnstle Garden. While there tfc> committees will visit Bed- loo's, Ellis and Governor's Is auds and Castle Garden. In viow of the opposition to the selection by Secretary of Bedloe's Island and the opposition in array circles to the selection of Governor's Island as sites for tho immigrant i-t itiou, the visit of the committees at th s time ib important, as their recommendations in tlie matter wilt1 douliless, be final and conclusive as to the site that will in the future be the lauding point of all immigrants w ho come into New York harbor. In the meantime, Secretary Wmdom is going ahead on tho theory that fiedloe's Island, his selection, will be ap- proved by congress. Solicitor Hepburn and Surgeon General Hamilton will accompany the committees, and n present the treasury departamut in the investigation. Supt. Hutinon'K Ciinal Appointments. ALBANY, March .Superintendent o( Public Woiics Kdwaril liunnon has an- nounced the appointment of the following persons as superintendents of repairs of the state canals, the apiiointimnts to take effect March 24: Krie 1, T. L. Har- din, Wt-st Troy, reappointed; section 2, James Collins, Schenectady; sectiou 3, Mar- tin section 4, Henry M. Wood, Frankfort; section 5, John Mauley, Utica; sectiou 6, Daniel liookstaver, Syra- cuse; suction 7, Josiah H. Hamilton, West- port; section 8, D. V. Teller, Lyons; section 9, John 8. Guusaul, Fail-port; section 10, Franks. Lillln, McDonough, Buffalo. Champlam Sectiou 1, James Jr., section 2, John Gahley, Fort Edward; sec- tion Ii, S. Maiiau, Whitehall. Oswego canal Section 1, Thomas O'Brien, Vau Bureu, Onondaga county; section Anthony Salla- din, Jr., Oswego. Black Kivsr tion 1, G, C. Ward, Boonerville; section 2, J. T, Campbell, Lowvillo. Cayuga and Sen- eca Falls, Don't Want Draw Bridges. BTUDGEPOKT, Conn., Murch 20. The Bridgeport board of trade met to take action on the proposed opening of free navigation between the Hudson and East rivers via Spuyten Duyvil creek and Harlem river, and .passed resolutions to the effect that the scheme would be a very serious obstruction and hindrance to the communication be- tween the New England states and New York and all tha north aud northwest that reach New York By the five lines of railroads crossing the Harlem river. The resolutions were as follows: Resolved, That this board remonstrate against further appropriations for the Improvement ol the Harlem river, except on condition that bridges without draws may be maintained over the river. Resolved, That the secretary be requested to Rend a copy of these resolutions to Congressman Miles and a copy to each of the boards of trade in New England. The Pennsylvania Board of Pardons. HABRISBURO, Pa., March board of pardons last evening recommended the pardon of Edward Moritz, of Philadelphia, convictfdof murder in the second degree, and that the sentence of death in the case of James H Jacobs, the Lancaster county murderer, be commuted to imprisonment for life. The application of Charles Carter, the Cambria county murderer, was refused. A respite was recommended in the case of William H Smith, of Allegheny county, convicted of murder in flrst degree and a rehearing was granted Charles Laraboe, convicted of murder in Venango county. The flaae of Joseph and David Nicely, oon- victed of murder in Somerset county, was continued. A Big Strike at Fltlslmrg. PmsBUHG, March meu employed in tho South Tenth street mill and the bolt factory adjoining of Oliver Broth- ers Phillips went out on a strike last even- ing. The employes claim that the superin- tendent of the bolt factory has begun a HjTstemntic plau of discharging the men in charge of the bolt machines with the inten- tion of substituting boys in their places. real caiiim Id to He the opposition the Amalgamated association to the in troduction of n new_system of workinor ir The importance of purifying the Dot be overestimated, for without pore blood yon cannot enjoy good health. At this season nearly every one needs s> good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich the blond, nnd Hood's Ssrsaparilla Is worthy your confidence. It Is peculiar In that It UtrenRthrns nnd builds up tho system, creates an nppptitfi, and tones tho Unnd'H Rn rsnparllla Is sold by all drttgglstr rreparcd by C. I. Hood Si Co., I-owoll, Mais. 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Our Hosiery is ibsolately free of poimnons dye stnfls, which is gnons to the wearer of inferior gradts of We wariant onr goods to give positive Cfttisfactlon, both in qnality and price. We have received a complete line of Infunte' as fine Eobes and Digues. Everything for infante' wear. Coi_ste and Kid Gloves onr specialty, in the very best grades made. Bring yonr floe Parssotl and Silk Um- now for coverings before the rash to have them all ready in time. Goto A i .1 I'ANClY S .i tf OPPOSITE Clllf HALT. J. B. IIOBEN8AGK, pnn.ADiEi.pHiA, PA. I y dint In Tonne I Td tut Deoh- ap, mp. till 2 P, P. II. nntU t P. W, 0V ll Rmvm PISOHRR, emoDttrntor of Dijft- tl.Uj lit Fraua. Oollrxe of FhlUdolphU. BIX Office In the State. Brldfte Wort, irtlBcl'l Teclh OB ALUMINUM conttntioai ifiini, BrldKe work on AlUmlnnm at VTMUT rednoed prlooi. Tenth Extracted Puoof-aniully. Without tna without the of JM, etnei, m, Ctd SPOOL For Sale by all SIX-COBD COTTOH. 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