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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey Vin. NO. 9301. MAY 2, 1890. TWO OK NTS IHEEICIM HOURDEMAND I abor's Cry Heard Throughout the Land. A QUIET BUT DETERMINED STAND No Trouble in Any City OD Day, bnl Great Confidence in the Success of Bed Displayed at New York. CHICAGO, May 2
AVI) TAKK NOOTIIKK. M and Presents in the most Hegint form THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE OF FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal virtues of plants know n to be most beneficial to the human system, forming an agreeable and effective laxative to ptnna- nently cure Habitual Consti- pation, and the many ills de- pending on a weak or inactive :ondition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is th- roost excellent remedy known to ttfAHSE THE SYSTEM EvECTUALLY When one is or Constipated SO T MAT- PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING 8LIEP, UBALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW Every one is using it and all are delighted with it. ASK YOUR ORUaolST FOB iftno' Celebrated Spring Hl.ylea now on Rale. IIMll-H, 16 Wiust under consideration the importation of new miners, in which eveut he expected. feveral hundred workln8men in for fight hours. In Bayonne City, N. J 125 on strike for an increase of 85 par frrr in their Thebos-'uia wUlprob- ablif giant demand. Fuiry250 cntrerB in and about London, Conn struck for ntnshonrt' IM k a at ten jinv For Odd Ololnntlon, PROVIDBNW, R I Mny ft leglsla- luiA has appropriated tlfl.onO the cele- bration of the centeniu y of Hnmiiel Sinter's erection of the first coCtan mill in this country, at Vmvtm kot, m 17fW or 1791 Thn city ol )ms MHO ppproprlntH for tin niiiiin in Hftvo It handy to oronpi colored, from Fairfax county, Va., In com- pany with anothnr colored wm) ar- rested by Policeman Harper at Olney, Pa., near this city. They broke away and ran, the nfltaer flring after them. did not stop, afWrwarrla Stewart appeared at the Jewish hospital suffering from a bullet wound in the back. The bad gone through his body, coming out of the abdunien, and the doctors sny that the man Wilt-Ale. A QtiOibjgr 0f Unvglaries have boon committed in the neighborhood lately, and it is thought that thcoe men are connected with them. fhe Irish Not Dead. DETROIT, May Rev. Dr. O'Reilly, of the Nanonn! cabled the following to Mr. Joseph Kenney, at Dub- lin: "Send today liwt Week nearly the---ma Utterances to the con- the to not United Press O'Reilly said the receipts had been He denies that the league is dead, an charged by Rev. P. A in a public speech ifwtwook. um, May 3. The schooner Rapid Transit aiHved ftoin ToiUne Bay. Capt. White denies the charge of selling hiring nt St. Pierre. Tie Crew of the, Fiona hoarded hln vessel and despite his protests threw overboard all but eighty ot of fish. His schooner not a flshenuan, but in, a tradd. tne BOSTON, May Cardiff-Godfrey mdtch, ichedulea to take place at -Par- nell Athletic club, boon postponed The rccsoh given for the postponement Ii that Cardiff did not think he rfuald.Meive a fair show in Boston The contest will take place in providence at some fnlure Two world's Fair TOLEDO, 0, May to the legislation providing for a World's fair, Oovernni Cntnpbell has nom- mi'tt'd (is conimiosloncpi frmn Ohio Messrs Tlrncyp VI >tt, ni Hud William i bio, (n In (ntVA H1 von of itolfon.l ils olne being entirely free from all dangerous draw. power'ul are due to the ment existed, and, while the committee doca not wish to conUadlct his statement, it is convinced that even without Rg.Je meut among the principals, their have brought about all the possible of inch an airsngement. The overwhelm- ing weight of testimony is to the effect that (Kittle owusio going with their cattle to the Chicago and Kannae City markets find no among buyers. It admitted the parties or their agsnta combined to AT tlip price of bocf to the conuumer and so to koop up cost in their own Interest. It is admitted that they bavean agioonlent not to Interfere with oh other m certain markets and locali- UM in the sale of their meat. It is proved bvjond doubt that they acted together In meat to the Soldiers' home at Hampton, Ga., and public initiations at Wishlngton, D. C., the hid being made by one >nd the supplied by each In turn under the contract aq awarded. Detroit anor other in Michigan and at Ptttobiug in order to force them M buy droned meat. TjwCfnAouj The committee ot Mr. Ariuonr that boef cattle hud td muikthui populatioa during the paw five and then quotes hum a report of the department of agrlifliltnre to thnt'in- itead there a in the proportion of cattle to population since 1888. In reaching his conclnalon the committee dtuiotninatos Mr. Armour did not Into Muonint eltker the increase in the trade our population. The tcntlmony of the two Armours is dissected by the cuui- mittoe to prove its unreliable character. Railroad The oommitteo says that no one factor been more potent In revolntlonixmg the methods of marketing the meat supply than railroad trnnsportntton, The enor- nions power yielded by thB Trunk Lineos- aocintion is almoif Incalculable This asso- ciation, dominating the Central Traffic as- sociation, controls thn entire traffic of the oonntt'y in the of the rnthoRd com- panifi AR inomilt of tlm ooiiCTiitriition of rnttln tr "In ni f MIIUH n, i -poit tbn j_ t 11 t'r >__t-forjc o" "nf urir JVofo rol TJ Is l We control the tnde of Trenton, tad we fnlly gnarmntoo our rs UmbrollM ore made of the ver nktetUl ohtdlnable, of the flnest workmftnnhip. AH of onr gooVI) prices which cannot he boat on in the largo cities nor mnywhere olde. Also opened heintifnl flno Kid QlovCR In nil nhades and prlo-" for their durability, to- gether with fall lino of Bilk I.lsW CtloTM Mltti, Cbtldreu'i Tmce Cor- Fine Under M I 10 NOKitl Advertise STKKKT. YOUR
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