Trenton Times, May 3, 1890

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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey Yin. NO. 9305. BATUlilMY AH-rKKNOON, MAY 3, 1890, rwO AN OCEAN MAIL SUBSIDY Senator Fiye's Bill to Rejuve- nate American Coaunerce AND BUILD AN AUXILIARY NAVY. A to Subsidise Kant Mall Steam- Which Can FawUy Bo Changed Into Cruisers In Time of War American Made and American Manned. WASHINGTON, May re- ported to the senate tmluy from the com- mittee on commerce t' e bill as the "Snipping league tonnage" biiralready favorably reported from the committee on merchant marine of the house of represen- tatives, with amendments. He also re- ported, vvith the sanction of the commit- too, a bill "to provide for ocean mail seiv- ice between the United States and foreign ports, and to promote which haa been known as the Frye bill, and which was prepared by him with a great deal of raire, and after consultation with leading fihip owners and builders in the country. What the Frye Bill Provides. This bill authorizes the postmaster gen- eral to make contracts for a term of years nitb American citizens for the can j ing of the United States mails in American steamships between ports of the United States nnd ports of foreign imtlorm. It provides that the steamships so em- ployed shall be built in the United States, owned nnd officered by A merican citizens, and, upon each departure from the United States shall, during the first two years of a mnil contract, take a erew, at least one- fourth of whom be American citizens; during the next three years one-third, and during the remaining time of the continu- ance of the contract, at least one half. It divides the steamships into four classes, the first capable of maintaining a speed of twenty knots an hour at sea in ordinary weather and of a gross registered tonnage of not less than tons; provides that only this clws shall be employed by the postmaster general for Dairying mails be- tworn the United States and Great Britain. The Second, 'mird and Fourth ClaMes. The second class shall be iron or steel steaniKhips capable of maintaining a speed of sixteen knots an hour at sea in ordinary waatiiT of a gross registered tonnage of not less than toni; the third class, Iron ur steel steamships capable of main- raining a speed of fourteen knots an hour at sea in ordinary weather and of a, gross registered tonnage of not less than tons; the fourth class, iron, steel or wooden steamships capable of maintaining a sjaced of twelve knots an hour in ordinary weather and of a gross registered tonnage Of not than tons. An Anxflialy Naval Force. It provides that all steamships of the dral throe classes hereafter built shall be constructed with particular reference to prompt and economical conversion into anTiliarj naval cruisers and according to plans and specifications to be agreed upon by and between the owners and the secre- tary of .the navy, and shall be of sufficient strength and stability to effect- ive .rifled cannon of a (-.afiberof not less than si T inches and be of the highest rating known to maritime commerce. It provides that; those heretofore bnilt and so employed shall be inspected by offi- cers in the navy, and that the secretary oi the navy shall report to the postmaster general as to the fitness of the vessel for the service required. The compensation provided for is 16 pet mile for the first class ships and per mils for the second class, by the shortest prac- ticable route, for each outward voyage; for the third class, tl.50; for the fourth 11 per rrjile for the actual number of miles required by the postofflce department to be traveled on nach outward bonnri voyage. American Boys aa Cadets. The bill also provides that each of these steamships shall transport free of charge a govtuiimeut mail messenger And furnish suitable rooms for himself and the mails It provides that contractors may employ naval officers in running any of these shipi with tne consBnt of the secretary of the navy; also that these vessels shall take aa ridets or apprentices one American b ceivejmy other bonnty or subsidy from thi of the United States. A conUac for tea years is provided for and the lines are permitted to receive from the nations to which they carry malls additional pa; for returning theirs. New York Chamber of toiwtlon. NKW YORK, May 8. At a meeting of members of of Commerce the folluwlng officers, were elected to serve for earning President, S Smith; rice piesidenta, Alexander K. Oi Morris K. Jessup; treasurer, Solon Hnmphreys, and solitary, George The executive and nsdal standing commit toes were also appointed. The committee on foreign commerce afld the reported In favor of transferring the snue marine oorvlce froiu the control a the treasury department to that of navy. Their report was adopted. The Bnrt T.lbel Suit. BOSTON, May the libel ouit of Bnr vs. The Advertiser ex-Appraiser McMullan rf New York, testified thnt "Mr. Hurt been granted no privileges except thosojic- soMed to other brokers. Dr. Shensr, Bound and others gave similar tan llmony. Ex-Naval Officer Silas Hurt test! that he knew of no nndue privileges to his brother. After further kmlmouy both sides rested and the conr until Monday. An Immigrant lopor Ronton. feoSTON, May IR nottlcd beyond c ioubt that the Swedish ironi y a body of strikers fiom Roubaix mother manufacturing town a short dis ance from Tourcomg, aud marched in I mass into that place They attacked Holdeu's factory at Crolx ntending to plunder it They all the windows nnd had nearly effected al inlrance when the troops ai m ed and drovi iheru off. The mob then proceeded to thi telegraph office and gutted it. Twent; .housand strikers are parading the streets committing many excesses The cavalr] disperses all gioups. Twenty persons havi >ecn arrested. There are men ol strike. The Strike Fever at Chicago. CHICAGO, May strike movement Stows from day to day. The black roac n the vicinity of McCoimick's reapei works had much the same appearance thil morning as it had four years ago Nom rat strikers could be seen, and they hac entire possession. Every hand in the malle able iron works, Twenty-sixth and Kock II streets, of them, have gone out All the founders at Griffin's, Barnum Elichardson's, and a number of those ai VfcCormiek's followed the precedent of malleable iron men. The entire numbei of employes of N. K. Fairbanks Co., or RHghtocnth street, about 550, will go out Monday The number of moldera out is estimated at Eveiylhing was quiet at thestock rards yesterday afternoon. The butchers aborers aud coopers "did not go out, anc lence the 250 special policemen stationed ;here had nothing to do There were som dot 'i hof'iywHlnr mrnf r" r ,r -al us pn In tfuo skillful combination of the mmt powerful in- Nothing like It has ever boon at- the THE BASEBALL WORLD. At Philadelphia New 8 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 I Babe hiw Philadelphia, 7 Nen York 7 Er rors Philadelphia, 1, New York 5 Hatterlea Vlckery and Decker, Rusle anil Buckley At At Brookl) Brooklj u Boston 11510001 Base hits Brooklyn, 9. Boston 18 Errors Brooklyn Ii Boston, 0 Batteries Nichols ape 3eonett, Murphy and Daly Attendance, At Cleveland- Cleveland 000100000-' Cincinnati 2 0 1 0 (r 2 o 1 i- I Base hits Cleveland, 5; Cincinnati 6 Errors Cleveland, 1, Cincinnati, 8 Butteries Liucolr and Zlmmer, Rhldes Hanlugtou Attend -ce, 100. At Chicago- Chicago 100101040-', Plttsburg I Base hite Chicago, IS; Plttehurg 12 Errors Chicago, 4, Pittsburg, 8. Batteries and Klttredge, Jones and Wilsoa. JJ tendance 900. Players' league. At Brooklyn- Brooklyn 00200002S New York 03000000 0-! Base hits Brooklyn, 10, Errors Brooklyn, 8; New York 5 Murphj andKinalow, Keefeand Eniug Attendance, At Philadelphia 1 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0- I Boston 05000010x1 Base hits. Philadelphia, 4; Boston, 8 Errors Philadelphia, 2; Boston, 1 Batteries- Hustec 1 Mllllgan, Radbourne and Kelly. Attend At Pittsburg Buffalo 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 I X- Base hits: Plttsburj; 6, Buffalo, 8 Errors Plttflburg, 0; Buffalo 1 Batteries: Morris anc Carroll, Kvele aud Mack Attendance, At Cleveland- Cleveland 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0- Chicago 04121800 r-11 Base Cleveland, 7, Chicago, 12 Errors Cleveland 4: Chli-ago, S Batteries Hemming! and Breunan, Baldnm and Farrell Attend ice, l.OJO American Association. At Syracuse- Syracuse .002001024 1 Brooklyn Base hits' Sjracuse, u, Brooklyn, 6 Errors Syracuse, 4, Brooklyn, T Batteries. Lyons Daly, McCulloiigh aud Toj At Rochester i J Athletic Base hits. Rochestei.4 Athletic, 10 Errors Rochester 2 Athletic, t Batteries' Barr and McGtiire McMuhon aud Robinson. At Toledo- Toledo 02400048 Columbus Base Into Toledo, 14 Columbus, 5 Errors Toledo, 3; Columbus, 0 Batteries Cushman and Majsaud O'lounor AtSt Louis- St Louis 40080002 LoulBviHe Base hits 8t Louis 15 Louisville, 10. Euort St Louis, 8, Louisville, 4 Batteries btivetti and Earle, Ehret aud Ryan and Jleade and Wackbacker Atlantic Amouiatlon. At 10, Worcester, B. Bme hits Washington 11, Worcester, 10 Errors Washington, 2 Worcester, 8 Batteries: Wise and Riddle, Stafford aud Wilson. At 1, New Haven, 18. hits Wilmington, 4, New Raven, 16 Errors: Wilmington, 4; New Haven, 8 At Newark-Newark, 8, Hartford, 5 Base hits: Newark, 18; Hartford, 8 Errors' Newark 4; Hartford, 3 Batteries: Sullivan and Duffy HcConnell and Moore At 8, Jersey City, 4 Base hits: Baltimore, 4; Jersey City, 6 Errors Baltimore, 7, Jersey City, 8 Butteries and Townsend, Fitzgerald and Reidy A Terrible Kxperlence. SAN DIEGO, Cal., May has Just come to light that the parly of Chinese lasi week, attempted to smuggle themselves into the United States from Lower Califor nla got lost on the desert and had a rlbl experience, one of party dying of thlrs1 and exposure. They found the frontier so closely guarded that they stole to the east- ward and got Into the desert Here they wandered about and suffered greatly One of the Mongoliann was a youth of 1o that at times I could llood'c, I looked like person In consump- tion. Hood's Sanaparllla did toe so much good that I wonder at rnysell (ogjeilmeg, and my frequently of Mug. A. n Terrace Btwet, Boston. Oaioapaiilla by 0.1. HOOD CO., 100 Dollar Dell ro..iiarly at their "lue Front Sale and Rxchange Stables, MT TO 181 K, TWKNfY FOURTH 8TKKKT YORK OR MONDAY AND THURSDAY 200 HEAD OF WtSfPRN WorV, Driving and bidder, without reserve. Al j n M represented or mode; refhnd- -o on aooonnto Ye Mmnrt western Horses go so low fi.c more than the expenses of a f p 1 v (iw York will be saved to JudlclO" Presents in the most elegant form THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE TMI FIQ8 OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to the human system, fbiming an agreeable and effective laxative to penna- 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 most excellent remedy known to "LfJUISC THE SYSTEM When one is Bilious or Constipated PURI BLOOD, REFRESHING I LHP, 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. BAN FHANCI8CO, CAL. N'w vninr N 1. O CAMKKJA'S GENERAL CONh-JSO-riONEEY, ITwi'D. Superfine Cream Chocolates a specialty An Immense amertuient of Cachons, Lozen- ges, Drops, Cough Candies, Nat Candies, Car- amels, MUlares, Penny Goods, Turkish Candies, French I reams, French Qlaces, etc. Prices moderate. 206 SOUTH BROAD STKEjfil', NEXT TO BROAD BTEEK'r BANK. ANQELO CAMEEA, PEOP, In Wear the dark Cutaway Coats and Vests and lignt Trousers continue in popular favor for dress. Our assortment comprises blues and blacks in Diag- onals, Corkscrews, Wide Wales, Serges and Cheviots. A large line of handsome, stylishly cut Trousers in Checks, Stripes and Plaids. Chestnut Sts. STORKS] ijth and Chestnut Sts, OPPOBlTfc CltY HAT.T., We control the Fkrasol Lade of Trenton and we fnlly guarantee that onr Parssoli and Umbrellas are made of the very he.1 obtainable, and also of the Ones workmannhlp. AH of onr goods at prlcaa which CM not bo boston In the large eitiei nor whore flue. Also opened nboantifu of fnn Kid, (Hovon in all ghades an( prirM, wotranted for their dnrahlllty, to- gether nitb fnll line of Silk, and Lille Qlovta andMitto, Children's Oaps.Oor Un'et ui.ibrella and Spring Styles now on Bale. HAH Tilts MAN Bought HI. p.nU of AMKHIOAN AND TAILORING not bow much the wind thiongh X clothing Bvji i BE8I TAILOR-MADE GLOllliNQ At rnnek 1 thig priu SAMPLE OVKROOA'lt) Uf worth J13 and oar HAiipT.t! 0U1XH, wwth for fot OhildP-'Hl IC-i; Snito nd OrnoMiti. UUXl'rJiwe HAD2 1O if i tlrt u-idjr to d-l nitk, aid rlgkt ti A M 1 A rsj MA. 8 Knit RtatA. Oar. 8i HKOTllKKS INnUCKMK-NTS TO UUYKKS THAN ANY OTIIKK KUSINKSS FIRM IN THIS COUN- TRY. 'Ihey are constantly bending their energies toward the lowering of prices and the raising of values. How well they succeed in their purpose can best be seen by visiting their store, examining their goods and comparing their prices with wide awake competition. The Handsomest and Coolest Dress Fabric EG YC I IAN CO I ION 1 5c. yard A SIUUT S With a moral. Yon can doubtlnaa guess at the practical lesson without much effort. Money-saving is the theme all through. Here are the itema. Bead every word and then come here to see the story verified 200 dozens Men's Unlanndried Shirts, made of good muslin, re-enforced back with linen bosom and wristbands. 89c, Eaoh, OB 3O Half Dozen. Worth Doable. A very much better quality, made of New York Mills muilin, with seams felled gusseted, pare linon bosom and wristbands, O8c. OK Half Dozen. Value, 11 open back and front, 79c. each, worth open back nnd front, OOc, worth 75c. "Fall Dress" open back, worth NEGLIGE BHIKT8, in Cheriote, 7Oo worth BOYS' JfMNWKL 8HIBT WAISTS, 79c. MEN'S Fancy Trimmed NIGHT 8HIETH, foil size, 58c., 6Oc., 76c. and 08c. Plain white, fall size and length, 69c. and 75c. LADIES' WAT-KING Jackets, imported from Paris and made by that city's tailors, are placed upon the BARGAIN TAm.R and reduced exactly fifty per cent. values reduced to values reduced to values reduced to 1 f you can find your eize in the lot you'll thank us for the great discount, and the garment, certain, sure. CHILDREN'S and MISSES' Beefers, in Plain and Fmtj Checked descend from the mark to 92.60. Qualities, shapings fnlly np to the best and hare nothing at all to do with the redaction In price. Simply i, special opportunity which give our patrons. FABRIC In all the newest shades of Tuns and Blacks in throe qualities at our own exclusive prices dozenR at 35c. and 6Oc. a Pair. Fully one-third regular OUR BIARRIiZ GT.OVRS In all tints are uneqntled at the price, a Pair. AIM I) liilClMTII, i .A LOOK OUT l-OR We have purchased the store Noith of us [and intend to build on the two lots i he lincul tUorc in ficnlon! we gil rid of to do RliADY-MADIi CLOTHING! L J I I 1 i ilCl ;

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