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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VI IT. NO. 9303. TRKNTON, TIITJKGUAY AU'l'KKNOON, MAY 1, 18bO. TWO SHORlERHOURS IHECRY Fight Hour Demonstrations in the United States PVKADE IN CHICAGO The I leincnt Conspicuous by Ita Absent CiirpeuteiH Strike Frac- ticulli llumlitcln uf I'lilUemen for Armoiii UiTtusi CHIC v TO Mm he Maj dnj demon stration m fin 01 of slitirtei houra for labor is in ful blast heie It is thought that at least 50   Prenderggstand Atlfield Cregier and othel sym pathlzors in the vvoikmg hour revolution The Anarchist and red flag element is con epleuous bj itb ibsence tins )ear me Cat kientorit' Strike Xearly Over The general strike of 7 000 brotherhood carpenters and joiners which began April 7 has been practically settled By the middle of next week at 5 000 of the strikers will be at again At a con ference between repusentirtnes of the Car centers council and the new bosses' associ atlou repoi ts weie submitted w Inch satisfied the strikers that the bosses who are willing to recognize the union can employ men to start ith 1 he terms of settlement are to be fited by three dibitrators Their decision will lie annoumtd on Monday and the carpenters council mil then issue a genet a] order for the men to go to work tor members of the new association No union men-nill be allowed to go to work for members of the old association until they agree to arbitration In settling- the sti ike the umpires w ill use as a basis tor their deliberations the formal demand presented to the old bobbeb association be- fore the stnke was ordered Armour K Men Strike '.Ihe labor troubles in Packingtowu be- gan today by a strike of the full force of machinists and gas fitters in Armour's packing house Ihe strikers went in a body to other packing to get men to join them in the stiike but thej met with no success expect to get their fellow workmen at the other places to join them They dem nd the eight hour day and a small mere sc in T ble in Other Trades While piolilers as a body are in favor of asm ter n orkdav they will take no united action on the subject owing to the fact that a 1 number of their men are tied up by contracts Ihe men em ployed in the shops of H T Crane Co the men m the malleable iron worts on Blue Island avenue have demanded eight hours and an of 10 per cent In wages It is expected that their example will be follow ed the forces at McCor mlck's French's car shops and other exten sive estabhsnteitb Police Protection for Aruioor. Philip D Armour and George Swift, the big packers accompanied by Potter Palm er, the hotel proprietor called on Mayor Cregier and the chief of police yesterday and asked sufficient force of police to protect their property and employes in case of trouble at the yards Besides several hundred extra police in the pay of the packers, tne authorities will keep SOO regular officers at the yards until the danger of trouble is er Mr. PoHderly Talks Sen A> TON Pa May 1 Powderly said that although the May dny demonstra- tion was uuder the management of Mr Gompers and not himself, he understood its object to be to com mce the public that the labor element was really In favor of shorter hours in contraciition of statements to the contrary "The plan which 1 recom mended to the general said Mr as to reduce the hours of labor one-half hour each year till an eight hour system could be obtained with ten hours' pay Ihis has been adopted by the Union Pacific Kailroad company, and m three years their men w ill be working eight houra daily A Righteous Law. "I believe that the American Federation of Laboi is concentrating its effoi ts in fa- vor of the carpenters jugt now, and if they it will ho great gam to labor generally The carpenters are the largest class of mechanics which have a member- ship in the federation The cigaunaVeii are already working on the eight hour sys- tem, at least all who were members of the Knights of Labor are This eight hour law is a most righteous one when you re- member that a man can perform between (he hours of 8 and 12 in the moi'ulng more labor with the implements of the Piescit than two men could ppiforui in two rlays ten hours each with the implements used fort} yewrs ago The genius of the me- chanic provided this labor saving ma- chinery, and it is but right that he should share its benefits Qniet at New York. NKW YORK, May 1 were not many here today as the actual bat- tle w-ill not commence until Monday, when the Amalgamated and Unlthed Brother- hood of Carpenters and Joiners will strike In all shops where the eight hour demand Is not granted As many of the largest con- tractorsjiavo already gianted all asked for the strike is not expected to be a oue. Several thousand workmen paraded city today aud then marched to Union sqnare, where speeches were fiiwd Nearly carpenters in Brooklyn will atrlke Monday Quiet at Boston. BOSTOV, Maj 1 is little excite- ment here today m labor circles No parade was given, as the men claim thoy have already woo their case vvitb. the or- ganired builders and conti actors outside of the Master Builders' association Ninety- five of these have signified their intention ofacccodlng to the request of the men, and no HI have been engendered on either side Twenty two caipenters went to work today in Boston under eight hour plan Bloodthed tn Oregon. u j, I-NWB baa here that a fight with rifles took place on the Colnmbia about forty irdles from here between union and non union fisboimpu Tack Hnynnn was killed, Charles OKon fatally wounded and Charles iiuonsl> hurt trouble Vsas (Mused In union mm aito'imfm f tn nty Tho morlt of Ayor s Ohony Pocto ral as an nnodyne expectorant Is due to ft combination of the most powerful in- ..edienti Nothing like It has jiver rent non union men fiom fishing along the river The non union men art belling fish lorseveiitj the cents apiece which is fltty cents below union pi lues Miners oil Strike PSORU Ills May 1 1 300 coal miners in this vicinity struck The men waut fortj (he cents a ton recogni- tion of the union abolition of truck stores and regulation of the price of supplies used in mining About 150 carpenters aud 300 laborers on the new water works will probablj strike today The Situation at Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA May 1 a large and enthusiastic meeting of union carpenters last iiight the determination to strike today unlays the in wages fiom thirty to thirty (he cents an hour is granted was re- affirmed 1 he men will probablj strike Over Out at Detroit DEIKOIT, 1 Builders' Fv change last evening refused the demands of the carpenters for an eignt hour day and thirty ceats an hour Over i 000 car neuters struck today The Forced MU-WAlKfE, Wls May 1 union carpenters here forced the eight hour issue by not going to work today until 8 o clock If the bosses object to this will btrike NEWS IN BRIEF Tips from the wires Carefully Culled. Gen, P H Bowling of Toledo was elect- ed commodore of Ohio s Grand Army of the Republic bj a majoritj of fortj -eight. Mayor Grant of New Yolk, wrote a let- ter to the New York state senate criticising the senate committee which heard the evl dance of McCann against him and asking the appointment of a special committee to investigate, the circumstances under which this testimony was produced to compel the witness, McCann to submit to cross-exam ination and to afford him (Grant) au oppor tunity to contradict and disprove the stole mente Mr Fassett said he would bold a special meeting on Friday or Saturday or Monday to hear Mayor Grant and all friends He Mayoi Grantdidut want to go before the committee He knew McCftnn's charges were true Jolru B Underbill, the trustee of a Ho boken (N J church, who was convicted of abducting a j oung girl for immoral pur poses, was sentenced to state prison for two and tt half Judge Ditteuhoefer counsel for Mrs John M Ward, states that Mr and Mrs Ward on April JO, m the presence of their respective counsel, signed articles of final separation, on teims satisfactory to ear-n and in a spirit of mutual friendliness A special committee of the Chicago board of trade has reported recommending the immediate construction of a telegraph line to New York for board purposes John E Walker the man who was struck with a swurd and othei wise, it is claimed, ill treated by Commander McCalla aboard the United States steamship Fnterprise, has begun a suit against the com mander for "THE WORLD" INDICTED Judge Hilton Beaentl That JouruM's X T. Stewart Stories. NEW YoilK, May 1 New York World will be compelled to anew cr for its attacks on ex-Judge Henry Hilton aud the memory of A T Stewart The grand jury has found indictments for criminal libel against Joseph Pulitzer, John A Cockerill, Julius Chambers and James F Graham, all of Ine World, for the statements made re- garding A T Stewart alone, under the title of A Story of Contemporaneous Society The World says editorially The Judge cannot shield himself behind the ghost of the man whose generosity he abused The World repeats the charge that Hilton preyed upon Stewart and robbed Stewart, and it invites him to test the truth of the charges in the courts Charged with a Heinous Offenge. SYRACUSE, N Y May 1 M Betsinger, a widely known boo kroner, proprietor of the "Paradise Apiary" at Marcellils Falls, a trustee of the Methodmt church, an aggressive Prohibitiunint, and a man who his cards and in his trade mark has stamped the motto "In God We is charged with a heinous offense upon two little girls in big employ and Jin is now at larue on ,000 bail Bet- sfnger'is a married man and his wife Is an invalid Four years ago Betsinger adopted s little girl named Zeda, Yuung, aged 11 from the Oswego> Orphan asylum, and last February ho took another girl, Frida Grossley, aged H, from the orphan Both girls have been kept in seclusion Monday they ran away, and the stories that they told led to the airest 1 here have been threats of tar and feathers, and even of lynching Betsinger himself claims that he is the victim of a conspiracy The Ohio Ballot BUA Fraudi. WASHINGTOV, May 1 special com- mittee of the house charged with the Inves- tigation qf the Ohio ballot box forgery met examined J-swls A of Cincin- nati, who was called at the request of Govemor Foraker 1 be forged ballot box contract was shown him And he he had never seep it bef6re. He knew nothing about the ballot box matter further than that Wood had told him that "Jimmy" Campbell was fixing up a ballot box bill, and that in the fall of 1887 he (Bode) had seen Representative Butterworth in Col T. C Campbell's office with nnxlondook on his face examining ft ballot box. witness also stated that a Cincinnati bar- keeper named McGrath had told him that he hoped that he (McGrath) would not be called in the ballot box investigation Mr. Butterworth denied that the witness had ever seen him In Campbell's office Hli Wife Betrayed Him. NBW YORK, May 1 Charles N Henkle, formerly Chicago manager for the Globe Light and Heat company, who has been wanted for Rome time on charges of embez- zling several thontund dollars of the funds of that company, has been arrested here. He W" traced to his hiding place by de- who watched wife until ventured to him a vjiit. AMAYDAYPLOI FOILED. The French Republic Was to Be Overthrown 6HEAT INtlMNrSS IN H HOPE. LouiH Michel Miui> Othit iimrchloti Arrested In I ndur Arm! in Irunce uiit) Hal! Uiaily Would 111 Rioters PARIb Maj 1 i mce (Ki publican newspaper) confiinw the leptrt that the MarquiH de Mort s and other Knjahsts were engaged in u plot to place the Duke of Orleans on the throne of aud that a wiurant 1ms Ixen issued for the arrest ol the Duke de Luj ues on tile charge of being Implicated in the conspiracy Ihe duke, paper sa> a hius fled to I ausanue eral of the Pans papers state that the Duke de Luynas viill be ariested m consequence ol the bj the police at the residence of the ilarquis de Moies of papers impll eating lam in tut plot MlnlMtei btiong Words In an intenuw Minister tonstaus de- clared that he had no fear coueeiniiig May day Ihe discontented belaid hibit then but HO also the larger ptirh of law abiders llu minister continued I ordered tlu iiinst of fifty Ananhists in Pans und elsewhere Louis Micht 1 is ainsted for imendinry speeches at Kreumc huudicd aud fifty cudgels found m the house of the Marquis de Mores it m tended to arm note is It oultl Consume the orlrt 1 I shall continue to take pueautioiis n-ntil all dangei is passed 1 shall take steps to expel fiom frunct 4000ti 5000 foreigners endanger public security Toleration has buome aclinic It is time to stop the attempt to start a permanent conflagration muonf fcojurtty Reporl Al HAM 'i Maj 1 tl i Mr NiUi n s r came ui us tt c special ordei Mi said (his was a ee inproinise t H l by both paitits With its e n i u m t gLthu gem ral registnt i till iln d of uiniptioii ut the (illji w ul I lit cnei Hie lull was ordcieel t Ilnliinl hii, an 1 at nee passed MIS..IS Bulges find wn use 1 fium uituij, at then, own rtqu si Hit in ill legiatration 1 ill tl n nnu up Mi 1 ill 1m recommitted foi ameudmeut tluit fmir meetings of inspectors of regisli ui n si all beheld the third thirty n ilee tiem and at the last meeting, nh those who nine in the meantime M shall IK The bill is rccum nutted bj a j sote I ho yen u IK i sent in a veto file liwn send bill annulling the act in orpimuiug the Cum us loan Agency in I (iiiaiantei compans Hie is the! object of the bill the lesult of its en nctuuut would lit urtually the me ip in- tion df a tmst compam with much w nil r poweis than mi gnen t> such compuns under general laws Mr the adoption uf the umjnim jci it of tht judicmrj eoiniuittii Bixikhtam from am in the 1 lai k diunce casp Mi Ackti m nel tu sulstitntc the iiiiiiunlv rcpoit lei online ndiiu nn[ Iinient Mr Hendtisi n i ninilir of the committee spoke f< i lie mi) ntj upojt He told at length tb st i f tin ease Tudgl Hunk staM i lia 1 le Uise d to SILJI the decree when Mr ill 1 s liwMr appuind for Mrs J 1 u k 1 Ins w is H t the act of it eor nipt 01 U iconsi irutor and tins fuel fulli i bin ti in the charge of le Ihe fact that luilM signed tlie pap is lalir when tlie turn, bad not nalh inteiMii 1 for sining tho suilllliotlsi s etc Nils UK tci the judge H 'COiulitH n of niind fi i tuning lost a HI n uniiu the most mil in 1 H eircumst inces Ihe law rsm the cas u H then supposed to bi jiifictl} lionist i 1 iiputatile and he took tin winds if Hi men just as am otlii I man would Hi was careless but ceitunU had n 1 il in t It would be unjust to sulije t t i in impeachment tiial a judge who li is lutliuti I me an unblem ished n putitn n Mr ickti iliuiiimn f the committee spoke for the mm riu report He read opinions ililneri 1 as t< what impeaclmble iffensesaie T li cvi'ciiu he haul shows that R< umluit degrades the juduiarj in tin ul In istiem and impairs thensppetaul eontidinci of suitors and sut h conduct li is I e e n d< 11 ired impeaelm ble Ulii t ml ntned and Mr lowne definled hid i li s eon duct Mr I s Johns n tin nn noritj re] nit an 1 Mi ityupiit Utir fnrtlin ill bate tin mo tion to snlis itnte tin mm ripoit was to 1 he nmj< ul) icpoit f i ac qnitt il w is then pted A PHILADELPHIA BANK CLOSED Ice I'lexliltMit I< arlane K llumortd Tumbles the Cnuxe PHIL Mil i HIM Ma) I Tin Bunk of America a state bunk hasc.li its do irs simple announcement Ihis bank has tempoiHilly suspended the ufli ceisOf tin institution have null no pub he statement The direct cause of the failure is attributed to the troul Us of the Ameiiein life Insurance c nipanj of which State Senator McFarlane is president A meeting of the din t tots was called it once and they are now L, mg over the books William M Smith, president it tin com mon council lias been appoint! 1 ueencr and assignee f the bank ilnn an many rumors the Philadelphia i mance tlie Ameilean Fimmciil assocm tion nml the Amincan Life Insmanee com pans Ihese rumors arc denied In officials of those institutions The capital i f the Bank of Amern a Is Wri 000 Louis Pfeifferis president and J S Dungancashiu Tames J McFarlane was vice president until a fortnight ago when he resignul fiom the directorate Ihe rumor of his being in trouble caused a run on the bank and re- sulted in its suspension Myer Defeats Hopper Va May 1 A fight with smnll took placi here last night in Latinon s Opera house between Billy Myer of Streator, Ills and Jack Hopper of New York, the winner to get 75 per cent of the gate receipts George Mantz acted as referoo George North ridge was second for Hopper and Eddy Myer for ins brother Billy The fight was a tame one and was almost entirely con- fined to body blows Six short rounds were fought At the end of the round Myer knocked Hopper under tin chm a teniflc blow and floored him He failed to come to time and the fight w as awarded to Myer About 100 sporting men were present _ Umbrella THE I AXATIVEAND NJ1R TIOUSJUICE K TI FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Comlnued with the n   Innw to "if4-V5f THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY Vk hen one s I I or UUB j Altd PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW Then me is. using it and arc delighted with it ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR rj.- i MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SIN FRANCISCO CU YOHK rt y ANGKT.Q CAMRKA'S GENEEAL CONFECTION hEY IN THB Younrnns' Celebrated Spring Sty lea now on 15 FVmt Superfine Cream Chocolates specialty AD immense assortment of (ae-hona ges, Drops, Congh Candles Car amels, Mixtuies Penny Hoods Turkish Candies, French reams Fienih dlaocs ctt. Prices moderate 205 SOUTH BEOAT) 8TRFEF M X C TO BROAD blRELT B VNK ANQELO CAMFRA PKOP '1IILS MAN Booght bit AMERICAN AND TAILORING CO would not how muph wind whutUd thiongh urt olothing Mtn, Boji Childrtu irltk th. bMt BE8I TAILOR-MADE GLOlHING At much than pncu. Om gn-t (OHte; m BAMPT'F OVERCOATS for worth our BAMPT.E ailliti, wtrth >nd for for Oliildrtn'i Ortrcnuti CLOTHING MADE TO enn ii lu dlV wltk, nght along to t! M i ij i 1 1 J AJLM MO a tandest of No- tions, Fancy GloTOi and tlndcrwcar ever before "nowii in tbia city, contlaUng of every- thing that goes to make up a store, anch aa Wool, Shetland Ribbons, Jeweli y, Chenille Orufmenta, fringe, Fancy Tldiea, Olmpg, Collars, Trices, Embroiderioi, cite, face Powders, Ccrabg Brnahee, Nail Tooth AND I AH the leading mnkofl of Corset Including the celebrated C. F Coriet Ferris Waists for Tidies and MHv> All (he most desirable mnVw of for Qonta and Children Camels' Medicated Scarlet Natural Wool and Merino Gkxxin a fall uaortmentand at pricM will be to all. -il conch and otutr pulmonary trou A Tle-ki't of Leave Man Nuhbed BOSTOS May 1 E Lyons, who was here charged with being a fugitive from justice in Connecticut, was examined and held in bail He claims that it is n case of mistaken identity After Lyons broke jail at Qranby, Conn he married a wealthy lady at Nahant, but she prooured a dnorce when she learned his character lie has since then served time abroad for larceny and is out on ticket of leave Peculiar Peculiar In combination, proportion, and preparation of Ingredients, Hood's Bariapa- rllla possesses the curative value ot the best known reme- If f18 vegetable I lOOfl Vklngdom. Peculiar in Its strength and Hood's S.irsaparllla Is the only medicine of which can truly be said, One Hundred Doses One Dot- hr Peculiar In Its medicinal merits. Hood's accomplishes cures hitherto nn- In Men's Wear tht 
                            

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