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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOT- V1TI. NO. FKKNTON. WKI3NK8DAY A HT KKNOON. AFRIT, ii 1890 TWO OKNT3 bPM 'i KL l.uOFS Great Suffering Causecf by the Mississippi Floods PEOFLt IKOW IREES The Fathei of Waters Breaking Dona I-nveea and Destroying Tow us Along Banks Residents of Louisiana Fighting for Thwli ilomed ST LOLIS Ajnl 2 Information fiom what is known liio L-vconia Circle, a sec- tion of country between Hi eim and Arkan aae City, which praci u surrounds d by the Mibsi sippi an i bite is to thh effect that the people aie in adeplora ble condition and water poured over the ou all s dw, and in three hours the circle was filled even with the surface of the rivers, the water averag hag eight fett de p Ihls occurred so sud- denly tlint the ptuple had no time to do any thing Iheir 1 ousts stock and else they owned were in the water and in some cncet> bwtpt away be f cue they had re- alized what had happened Uiivrii to the Ktx.fi The citigoiiB of Hi Jena sent the steamer Houston Cooinbb down Ih it, as the relief boat to aid the peop't con espondeut on board writes that u u th wt amer arrived at the cucle a uur houses were found to have been blown otf th n blocks or stilts, and others were badly caioeued aver Into thv. water People had hi en living m the lofts of some of the low houses, and when these, careened thev oou d onlj escape by knocking ho es in t ie i oof Kesi ued fioiu Titen beveral ptop wtre b'own into the water and swam to tries v, i e tl ey remained all night, and a uuiub i ut cattle were blown from the levees at d di owned Men went ovf-r the whole ciicle in skifTb and ft led peop from tree-> and roofo to the gin ouses, uhich are generallj large and substantial buiidmgK All these houses are now packed with people .200 persons being in of them The Houston Coombs brought but 130 people and 110 head of stock and took them to He- lena, ai riving there jestti Jay The Snflerlng GreiiT When the Coombs came out of the circle the steamer Titan with barges was going in, and it is thought that tiny can bung out all the remaining stock and as many of the people as desn e to t away Many of the planters in, the on cl are uttei ly ruined, and the remainder uo seed to plant even should the w atci s bsi le m time to put in aciop The su ft i u_ li s boon and will be great, and .11 1 ol all i 's will be to carry th pcoi le thi ufthiUn affliction Closing H Ft VHHHf A] nl 3 Ihe employes of the Mississippi Vall  returned from Bedford levee, Madison parish, and reports that the batteries in front of that levee have caved away for a distance of 400 feet The river is within seventy-five feet of the levee, and the bank is caving rapidly A force of 250 men is at work building a new levee behind the old one, and if they can get the new work done before the old levee goes the parish will be safe. EMBEZZLER ARCHER'S STATEMENT. Maryland's DUHonflst Treasurer Exoner ites His Employes ANNAPOLIS Md April 2 painful mlen.ce which State Ireaburer Stevenson Archer has mum tamed evtr since the aging charges against him have been made public has at last been broken HehimKell has spoken, and bis friends can find little comfort in what he tells them Mr Archer's lesigiiation was brought to Annapolis by his 6OU in-Jaw SpnRtnr Hilvpr Arrhor'a letter is as follows BFLAIH Md March 31, 1390 Elifau P Jockbon Goieinor of Maryland I herewith tender 3 ou my resignation as treasurer of Maryland During the four 3 ears ol the Incumbency of the office by me over 000 have ipceivad and disbursed by of- fice dol ar of which has been scrupulously accounted for by the efficient laborious and holiest e nplm et in my office, BO that the books correspond exactly mth thB charges against me in the comptroller s offl  Openec yesterday Many politicians were there to listen to Kuapp's charge, as they an ticlpated that he would refer to the whole- sale stuffing and "doctoring" of ballot boxes at the full election They were not disap- pointed Ibe judge not only touched on that cruno, but a lecture to the juri concern ng ita duty After summarising disclosui es before the senate committee, hi pointed out to the jui ort> the serious of the offense, and the fact they alonv could start the guilty on the road to punish ment The judge bad nothing to do wit! selecting a grand jury, and could not tt to indict even the most flagrant offender Second Victim Hay Die. NEWARK, N J April 2 Smith, the diunken hatter who stabbed Goorg Hastings to death and fatally wounded Fred eiick Butler, was brought before Hodrlgo He put in a plea of self defense and said that it was only when beaten he drew the knife m self defense He wai remanded foi trial Butler IB hovering be- tween life and deatb Plckthall at WootUtock. WOODSTOCK, Ont, April Neville H Pickthall, whose recent mysteiious disap- nee caused so much comment owing U his having been connected with Birchell the alleged murderer of Ben well, has ar- rived here and fa stopping at a hotel. Rev. lUlmeniyndor Dead LAKCASIJEH, Pa., April li Rev C Re. mensynder, connected with tho Amarfca SunJay School union, died April 1, aged T He w is a broth r-in-luwof en S uutor Gt "when the spring time comes" we usnMlT flni! ourtclvon drownya-id AYhfcaatnd to th impure Rn1 itU3 of tho blood. To rem edr this trouble take Avers th most powerfal ret and economical, bloo- purlfler ID ODDITIES OF THE CYCLONE liraculoua Stories from u TlBed Lint of the IX id ILT F K} i.pnl Tl IT art turn .reds of the rii st a nil in i neulous ncldeiits con nee to with tl e tt i n lo slmn the sot t of frenl 11 t L wind A block uf iron (flsting weigh i g 160 )oun is w is blown into tlie seeotid stuy of he Lhesujt.jikt3 Uhi and boutt ru tailway >uil ling mar the Liium tl Nobody rtnows where it from tn d tlie noaiest juiUling tiom whteh it c id come is nearly lOO j HI db away eat bheets of iron 'ooflng wtit diopptd UJK u Di Barry a arm neat Tui nei s Million foi t} miles 'roin tha u tht. Short line In the rums of ti h use on i t M m street a clock was foun I ehuKiiiK to iht vwill It was a nrgc (fiice i lock but IH cut in the vieinity lad e r see n 11 b( i e re H u d no oue knows whne it came fr m It w it, ladl> bioken )Ut the hands still n c I to S U pt m A tirne-ilab of mnib i was ft und in a resi deuce on Mudism bMett u hit li was never there b fore It will 10} pounds At Btiird s di tip, n above bird tug s with tlie birds were >luwn iUBthrough tho bky Ihecages cere not injured and the birds as full of song as lien tht bin ding occupied y 13rand Bethel tht Ubacto men on Ji tii street, wtnt to leets ti portion of the 'rume work di opped through the roof of a ittle cottiiye just east of the factoi> It consisted of H lieavy tinibfi, to which were itibtd four upright pi cea of timber hen this c sine the cottago the lamilj were sitt tireuud thu table m the dmmg room And the foui upughts Simply jinned them in but did not bint them in least It was one of the most wonderful escap s y et him d of Below will be fouud a list of the seventy d ad according to count of the coroner fit rjjp Vhnndt Chris Mil UilliaiulUej Httr U ig lul Iph Sain 11 John Kit- ill b Imflti I In KuUUl 0 ist n ki Jr Walter aeldy (colure h (mlh (c< I if 1 Robert doUrt 1) Jan t s Smith Kiup; Car rte liaker Stantle Hniun Ut LLMOVB nns 11 uis Sinn Ji 11 ter 1 uilei Tiu mas J Puff E Bun well Hudlej 11 1-iaik Paul Jr Frit? I t pp Al  n Clar e I r Alir> 1 t r D IMS olored) Jack Baimum Cliff td (JP rge Fos Kudolpli Lifj s PI "U rji M Lazarus tcj, Ma emit Bil Sillna John Emeiiik Ementk infant T U SUnlU >Nilln.ni Lneiner Clmiles siebert The cluif IT A Steu Liiing tinier L Baines John O Hannltou es I llieun i I M bt Maij Me Bridget K Salh Rwhop ilhatn H Good B F Rani 1[ h Pirker fomeli Magpie Cam; b It Ma M John R n at Umil s Jenl b Diet ek !i tiler ?ngel I i i Scli 11 f 1m Pail} t m id H jMatier t 1 tt) riia 1 Mason illmm deissel William flh Mr-, Mi- B I1 I tint I eter n 1 his is not claimed as an eutiiely accurate or complete list, but it is nearer the exact truth than an> publish d yet In f x President 0 Apia Thf) following been addressed to the public by ex-Preai dent Rutherford B and lion Amos Towiisend president and secretary ot the Q-arfield Memorial association The Oar field Memorial association purpose to dedi cate, by appropriate public service, the memorial structure erected in honor and memory of the late President Garfleld at Like View cemetery, in this city on Nation- al Memorial day {May 30) next The trustees of the association respectfully solicit and cordially invite all organized bodies in the United States, mcluding military Masonic and civic, and ex soldiers and citizens gen eially to honor the occasion by their pres- ence and to participate in the ceremonies. Arrangements are being perfected with laitioad companies for reduced rates of fare, iniormation of which maybe obtained at the principal stations Why OrlnwoM Shot O'Shea. COUTLAND N Y testimony of Kob rt W Griswol 1 in his own defense for mu der of Detmm O'Shea has created loie than an Usual interest in the trial On i i T inumtiou hi1 said "I never said to (hi> on) that if I killed O'Shea the nci bb i would clear me I never said to heinutl taat if 0 buea did not keep his itt e If my land I would kill him J oei said that I would kill O'Bhea In I t u h kavo about the same testimony as on uis hi not exam nation He said he shot 0 Sh( a rthil he was reaching down for a torn lien asked why he shot O'Shea, esrul 'You or any of the jury would done the same thing 1 believed I was n if rgsr D mocrtitle Victory at Chicago I c IGO, April 3 Democrats elected lun entire ticket here for assessors, col- ieeti rs, clerks, supervisors, etc in all the of the uty, the north, south and west ind for the first time in the history f Cu t igo there is not a Republican towa m the tepntory bounded by the oU imitb 1 ho Democrats elected twenty Ih ID en aad the Republicans twenty-one One ci izeu candidate and one mdependenl nu lid ate for aldcimaif were also elected Iht next council will be a tie with Mayor Ci i giei (Dem to cast the deciding vote Lef> Him and He Died. Yoiih, April Marka, a commission merchant at No 9f S committed suicide last even u; at his rescued, No 67 East Twelfth ru I, by shooting himself in the head. He ludiocentiy had a quarrel with his wife ho married last October. She lefi lu luitsf, and Marks seemed gieatly di j i viyd the occurrence On Monday ,10 a message from Mrs Marks ivhu h is -supposed to have been a refusal tx retuin to him, and to have led tothosui A Warrant fur Lewis 8. Cos. PHTLADI PHIA, April ii warrant been issued i ti tbe arrest of Lewis 8 Cox, Cntbtuut street merchant who fulled ome time ago The warrant oul by IV ilhuni M Blngerly, who holds Coz'i notes lo the amount of COT ha: left tho juriniiiction of the Philadelphia i uui ts und IK now believed to be in New Hartford's Republican City Ticket. HAHTFORD, April 2 Republloai cnuuis has nominated Gen. Henry C Dwiglit for mayor, and renomlnated pros' ut cifc} officers as follows J B Hig gins (Dem city clerk, C. C Strong (Rep) ti eiiMii ei, F 8 Brown (Dem collector Joooph DuwBon marshal, C J Lyoi (Dem auditor All Around. WHUHAN, April a-The Car pentflrJ union yesterday morning com- menced work on ten hoars' pay for nine hours' work m accordance with a recenl decision of the union There has boon no objection on the part of the contractors. A Rornellsvllle Man Killed. ANDOVJ.R, N Y April man nanuc Wheat struct by an Wrle train Alfred Station lait night an< initnntly killed home wai in Hor nellsTillo If yi nr cotiRh keeps you awake and icitl L by 'Kite Ayets'8 Cherry Pectoral ob aln Immrd flti relief. This rented; alUji iiflim tl ii, heali the pnlmontry Indnac and toonti yon 6 BISMARCK'S BIRTHDAY. rle Is Now Three Fifteen Score and VISITi.ll M VNV UIOl The Aged kx-tlianiellur Tut In tlin U hole Diy III KeceUijlc MS, but by Shonet) No Sui 1 200 LmploVH REKLIS 2 Tho ctltI ration of Prince ck. H si filth birth lay at PYiedrichbi uhe t ster lay w us t haructenzed more e ittiusiastii uid i ftstuity :han n in kt 1 s nultii occusu n since the ohstnui ce cf the oil ct an teller s atal day became uu ccut ronce i f cutk nal interest I special tiaius loaded with Pnnco Bismarck'-, tidmmrs mm pit 1 thtir frtight svith that or tht regular trains whu h landed thousan Is of j na at Friedrichbruhe during the day and the castle naa thronged with tiutil a late hour Ovpr 1 800 Blrtlidaj Greetings In addition to these personal UMts the ex chant el lor i e x Chanrtllor SeremxUd TneKe hundred railway unpl tear mg t rthts, protefdtd to FnediiUisruhe in the evening aud soenaded Princ c Hismarck, pimnlmg the ex chancellor with an address R plying to the addim- Pi ince Bismarck said lu hid always tU irated rapid (ominunication The iy was now the vet IL o of izatmn H would never forget the mime Mini ter May back in can 11 g out th" ct ntialization and conversion of railwius He .shout'd >0 Prince Bismarck ii much nlUcted RIB speech to tho lailway nif n d the ex cellenct of his uumoi iniegnrHf railroad progress in Gel main Hi sf it th i entire day m recening dcputiituns and showed no fatigue Benumbernl ut v- York ORK Apnl 1 0 persons attended the exei CHPS i L celrl rail m of Pimoe Bsmnrcks bn Lhduy last niglit at tlie (rerman society s i ooms Is 1 West Twent) fourth street Mr I Metz made th principal addles of the to wl ILQ the German consul general Mr S responded e hes wired livfred nong thosi j us it were illium StemwRy ex n r Sullivan Count Kcplei C slu i P Uis an 1 Baion le Thompson Lottery Stntfiitefl PFSTH, April J )ine tune ng there was d a conspiracy to dtfru d a lotteiy companj at T day it, fLtH'iSiJ or about UIXI lees jan a month ngo Go veriu r Hill will give h annual ,ou to the legislature on e lues lay April at the executive mansion Tho stout utters of Rotli stwr N to he nninber i f 1 >0 are on a stnko as to who hall llx the wag s for the mferi i workmen Jostph flood has bteu SMU rued by Re order bnn th of New Yoi k t be txetutt d eh c trm ty in the wtek b mi ig May 1 J next fl ood is tbe negro aquulutt laborer who was ictid on May U of mur ,er in tho fiint legree, in killing Pharlea luffln a fellow laborer William D prfsi lent of thn York Mills Cotton company died at btica, Y April 1 He was boi n July 1813 twentv five years he was a trustee of Hamilton college nn I was appointed by President Giunt visitor to the Alfmhwlis STaval academy P J Clnssen the ex president of National bank, of Now York, dieted by the giand juiy on aycharge of imbeKzhug abstracting and rpisapplying ;he funds of the bank The obsequies of the late Archbishop Michael Heiss of the diocese oC La Cicsie, took place at bt John's cathedral, Mil- waukee, April 1 The final interment waa in the vault beneath the chapel of St Iran cis, beside the remains of Rev Di balzman, lis life long friend Representative David Wilber, of New York, died at his home in Oneonta, Otsego county, N Y April 1 In the municipal electlmi Bt Bchenectady, N Y the Democrats elected their entire city ticket, tarrying the five wards on both inpervihors and aldoimen. The coraptro'ler of the currency has ap- rorated Daniel Day of Providence R L, naminer of national banks for the states of ihode Island and Connecticut, vice M F 3ooley resigned Louis Bub of .36 I1 air street, Newark, N J shot himself dead April 1 The City of Paris O. K LONDON A.pnl 2. Ihe following state- ment made the agents of the Inraan line ias been teltgraped from Queenstowu Tbe looded compai tmtnts of the City of Paris have all bain pumped dry Close examina- tion shows that the bottom of the vessel is uninjured and that all the bulkheads are sound except those in the engine room, which were somewhat damaged from the pounding of the broken machinery The port engines are in a working condition, and the ht mm r will leave n for Livei pool at once under her own steam In out judgment the vessel was thioughout perfectly safe, and everything indicates .hat she would huve continued to float in definitely as she tvas without further sub- mersion or risk after the original disaster occurred Boston Hig Bench Show Opens BOSTON April 3 The big bench show of the New England Kennel club iu tht Me chanicb building baa ipened Most of the 730 entries wire in tlitn kennels ready for the judgment of tbe judges There was a large attendance of visit rs In the chal lengu doKM E B Sears' Hears' took the flist prize in the mastiff class Count Stoward an 1 D usv I oreinan were the iust in the English stttd classes The fam us bestnut Hill kenntls dogs fi om Philadelphia made a cUim m the collit Lnnllenge llm collie champion Sootilla t jok fli Bt pi an 1 (_ hm loi 01 second t hampion 'I urry Al tot k first prize for lluiKf t itches and 1 luiry id' secured second prize Peek's liud Hoj ut Mnyor. nwAbKKF Wis Apn! the mu nicipal 'lutiun DIMUI rctts lected their >utire ti ktl Geurge V I ei k tho proprie tor of Peck's Sun, Demociatu candidate for may r a pluiahU ver Brown (Rip of b 000 Brown is the p nt miyor and was a tan did ite for re-elt in N H Mur pby who the Watt Caijentei's law partner htade I n tlur th< ituen's lit ket I lit tbief imsu Jii thi election was tb  side with the n pealcrs Peculiar in combination, proportion, and pri.f diation of Ingredients, Hood s Barsapa- rill i possessei the curative value of the best known rune vege t able I IOOC1 kingdom. Penilnr In Its strength and economy, Hood'R S irs iparllli is the only medicine of which can In ly be said, One Hundred Doses One Dol- hr Peculnr in its medicinal merits, Hood's Sarsaparilla accomplishes cures hitherto un- the title of "The greatest blood purlfler ever discovered Peculiar in its "good name it there Is more of Hood's Sarsa- pirllla sold In Lowell than of all other blood purifiers. Peculiar In its phenomenal record I sa'es no other! CCll I I3l preparation ever attained so rapidly nor held so steadfastly tho confidence of all classes of people Peculiar In the brain-work which It represents, Hood a Sarsaparilla com- bines all the knowledge which modern research ln Medical science has I O I developed, with many years practical In preparing medicines. Be sure to get only Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists Prepared only bjC I 100 Doses One Dollar Invites the uttention of the ladles to tbe opening of Spring and Suiii.ner Millinery, LATRST BlYLKfl IN Tuesday and Wednesday, APRIL 1 AND 2, 1900, T 1 NORTH BROAD UK rtl rater-day's ball mi st hlx! Vt( iluinbuH i In I u M j, II S w York N "i --Ml I 1 U lliiltl I .u ui t N i 1 u tt i 1[ ua t 1 III tuia At I 1 i I I I I ii I i II irj, 1 r i XI III nt-l uih N il I N n t if I I I I I I k I I I I t I 11 I i t I i t v I i t n It I u I 1 1 II 11 I si ii III IcntH Ni st 1 rk Hi N i Vpl ll 1 lie Kimt I tu n l H si i mi 1 V w i k Hrt tLpi 1 I I in i su L in no ivti 1 l H I N u i k I lio si (ire VMI 1 l I H fn totai-rtfy 8 s t Id Kin! form THE l AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE OF TMR FIGS OP CALIFORNIA, Combined tlic medicinal of phnts known to be most betielk'il to the human sjiteni forming an agrteable and efftctn e 1 itnc to perma- cuie Habitual Consti- pation and the mam ills de- pending on a tttik 01 inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is tl most excellent remedy known to "ifMSf THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY When one is H Ii i s or Constipated __ Mi- PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING 8LIEP, HPALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW Every one is using it and all are delighted with it ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAH FRANCISCO, CAL. ar New yopir N 1. WRAPS FOR EASTKR. Have you made your selec tion? We have a most pleas ing anety. We are showing a large line of Jackets, both plain and jaunty, at prices ranging from ro to oo Ihen we have those stylish and convenient shoulder capes, cloth, lace, beaded, New shapes and styles not shown last week. We have t Id you about our Peasant Cloaks, made of English waterproof serge, a most useful garment for wet weather, dry weather and One of these will prove a very satisfactory investment. The children have been well looked after in our prepara- tions for the spring trade We are pretty well satisfied that you will find you want for them in our stock. COLE KUNSMAN, 16 North Brw4 Street ARE ARRIVING AT WALUS' FANCY STORK Eterj day, Among which art new stjl of Fine Hoiitcty and light Fancy Under- wear. Our Hosiery ftjs of pnlnonons dye etnffs, which ii TCIJ gerom to the wurer of inferior g.idts of Hosiery. We warrant onr goodg to give punitive satisfaction, both in quality and price We bare received a complete line of as fine Robes Everything for infante' Oo.ssts end Kid Gloves onr sptdally, in the very beat grades made. Bring yonr fine Parasols and Silk Um- brellas now for coverings before the btgini, to have them all in Goto FANCY STORn PURE SOLUBLE CHEAP. Rich Digestible Stimulating Nourishing. Having a peculiarly rMin jus flavor a food and drink combined it i half cent a cup and fit for a prince. VANHOIJMN'SCUOOA "BEST GOES FARTHEST." paifti t and aim wli th MOI s i ci (M tried, alwaj. wu Innntad >n4 ind In Ilollnnd It n a krmwledjed br eminentdootun u m I t .pedal iv H 1TES B Pocot l tin .h Ccii-inlnc rimXItatMiU I. II t III r >ro l ft I 1 ro Ian morn pnUUble r l A3k w tl Oo other H Celebrated Spring Styles now on Pale f .L-.J WIMLii IIATTHK, 16 STEWART HAMMOND T quips YOUNG LADITO OKNli-RMi-N fn ISfMK.lJlA J.E Equips YOUNG LADITO OKNli- 8FRVICJS in thi 000NJ1NQ BOOM AKK KiiUCATOKS, Si'KCIAMSrS, CAJfAKT.K, NO SMAlUERINO, NO NON-ESSEN PIATfl, NO ta ita OP TRAINING MocUm Snct wful TM hing, AtUntion, Prog. The Shorthand Department Offers thevery beot fucihtles for skill tn RAPID 
                            

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