Trenton Times, May 5, 1890

Trenton Times

May 05, 1890

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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey TOT-. VIII. NO. 3306. TKWNTON, MONDAY AH-rwJKNOON, MAY 5, 189tt TWO ASlAfESMANSlRICKEN. 1 he Sudden Death of Senator Beck, of Kentucky. THE The Noted Kin s Career WasSucl- ilenh 1i tniln ttid In the Pi iinsjlianla III pot ul nut on Near the Spot Wine OKI Hi Id n shot Ouitean Mi} 5 Senator 1 fumal me m irly com pitted lint inn! Hunoumiment of his was made in the senate b) Senator Blackburn today and tlie senate at once adjourned and on 1 uesd iv the funeral services will be held ui the senate chain ber Toda> bemg suspension day in the house, Mr Cm lisle did not formally an- nounce the death of Senator Beck until after consultation vv ith Spekker Reed and the house did not adjourn until late in the art-moon After the fuueial services on Tuesday the senators minims will be taken over the Chesapeike and Ohio road to Lexington, Ky where the funeiHl will take place on Thursd ly The All of the Kentucky delegation in con gress will accompany the remains to Lex- f-EN VT01I UKk Ingtonand attend the funeral there Ihe following mimed tentlemen intimate friends of the dead smaleir have been selected bj the a-s pallbearers and will also go to Lexington hx Co Trimble, Ex C oiiKressman Phil B Thomp son, O 0 SUale) and R C Wmtersmith, of Kentuck) L Q .Washington and Will lamR Smith Senator Beck's remains were taken to the Capitol this afternoon, and, surround- ed by a guard of honor of senate officials, will lie in state in the senate corridor until Tuesdaj noon The body will then be taken into the senate chamber, where, at 1 o'clock, the obsecjcies will be held Sen- ator Blackburn will deliver an oration Senator Beck s death was v ery sudden, but not wholly unexpected, as his henrt iliffl culty had been threatening his life for some time He dropped dead last Saturday after noon Mav 8, m the depot of the Baltimore and Potomac railro id Actompi med bj his daughter Mrs Goodloe the w ife of Maj Good! e of the Umted States marine- corps, the senator had just alighted from the tram on which he bad traveled, from New York The depot is the same depot in which President Gai field dropped, not dead but fatally wounded from an assibsm's bullet, nine years ago liirt Hist V James Burnie BecV was born Peb 18, 1822, m Dumfriesshire, Scotland He re- cerv ed an academic education in his native countrj Coming to this country while" a youth with his parents the family settled In Lexington Kj and he was graduated at the law school of Pransyh ania univer- sity of that place in 1WO He entered law practice, there and continued it with tei ing success for tw entj years He was elected to cohgress in 1888 and three times re elected', his last teun closing in 1875 In May 1876 he was appointed a mem bcr of the commission to define the bound- ary between Maryland and Virginia, and, In the same j ear was elected to represent Kentucky in the Tmted States senate He was re c.ected as senator in 1882 and again in 1888, He was a member of several of the most important senate committees those pn appropriations, finance and ex- penditure of public which hfo experience and sagacious practice! judgment made him a vigilant watch dog of the people's interests He WAS the most rapid speaker in the national legislature, and his acknowledged ability and proved Integilly gained him always an attentive auditory He hail jimimsad a large estate and was in private life a most courteous and genial gentleman. As a matter of course his head was never tinned by the buying of the presfeRttal bee in his bonnet, his bjrth outside of the United States making hint constitutionally ineligible to that high Office Perhaps he was all the better pub- lic servant from thin fact His manner was direct, even to bluntness, and during tjls long congressional career he had boon remarkable as one of the hardent working men in either body His good nature was inexhaustible lamented at Wuhlngton, The death of Mr Beck Is widely and pro- foundly lamented He WM a of the strongest convletiuui and the sturdiest order of partisanship, and in his two and twenty years of service )n the national legislature had made a name for himself everywhere with courage mid integrity He won his way by the pure force of a pure character which oWod nothing to eloquence nor to the lighter graces of deportment Hewasadowiirtght (OH of man, bluff, though not unkindly, practical to the last degree and a fighter without fear or favor His Else to Power. His rise to power in the blue grass coun- try will always remain a unique chapter in the oi Ufc state It Is a scvtion essentially of Kntlment and eloquence, where men, as aspiring to political honors have been called upon to exhibit either the gift of the orator or the charm of a gracious personality Mr Beck jHWsossod neither, and yet in the very hqart of the temtory that had followed and worshiped Mr and Tom Marshal, John J Crittenden and John C Breckinridge, this great Scotchman, who could talk faster than any of his dny, who mixed with all classes without aim or desire to be considered a fine gentlemaA, exercise as much influence on af- ffllw there as iny of the prpat quartet that Many of Mr rluK'imlmir einlmv( nlwnj i Httod liih promotion to the sinn ill. in II el onlnion. was the proper arena for the development full exercise of his Hill Succeed Him? The luccesHiou is already a live question The state legislature ii in session, and although it has adoj ted a joint resolu- tion to adjourn on the !2th iiist a propo- sition will at once be submitteel to rescind that action and prolong the session to msftl the new live yeai s of t he te rm remain so that the prize is almost of f till report ions There are four men m the state vshoso names are at once suggests d for the vaeancj Ihey are John G Carlisle of W 0 P Breckmnd.e of Lexington Tohn Brown of Heudetsou and James A ilev of Hopkinsville Mr Carlisle and Mr Breekiuridge art. now members oi the house the foimer the leader of his party there The onlj possible objection to the election if Mi Carlisle to the senate would be the less that dt this cntical time would be felt in the house Ihe taiiff de- bate is approaching, and in that contest he Is slated as the Demra ratic eh uupion CASHIER SLINGLUFF RESIGNED. Exdtemeut at >orrlstovvu, Pa Bnnh of Ameiiut Vgalii NoRPIfcioux Pa is con siderable excitement here ovy the an nouucement that F Sliugluff cashiet of the Montgomeiv National bank, and also secrt tary and tieasurei of th8 Mont- gomerj and Safe Deposit conipanj, had placed his resignation at the disposal of the directors of these two in stitutions and also assigned his property to them Mr Slingmff is siid to hav e made unauthorised investments of the funds intrusted to his eare Interest in the matter is further heightened b) the fact that the coneerns in which he is said to have invested heavil} aie the stock com- panies by the sjndiuitc at the back of the lecently suspended Bank of America, of Philadelphia and the banks and institutions that went down along with it The trust compauj is in- volved by Ti easurer s unauthor investments 1 w o judgments, amount- ing to were entered against Slmg luff in favor of the bank Ihe first one, for was entered Fndaj night, but news thereof w as carefull) kept fiom the depositors until after banking hours batur- dny in order to avoid the possibility of a run when the bank was not prepared for it The bank is now said to be amply pre- pared for auj demand that may be made upon it The affairs of the trust company are said to be in a tangled state A prom- inent director said last night that its true condition would not be know n until after a committee appointed to examine Its ac- counts had completed their labors Officials of the company are working on the books I h( amou it needed to strike ft balance is v arioush estimated from to Ihe dnectors intimated that as only 50 per cent of the capital slot k has been paid in another assessment might be Mr SHnghuff and his wife have all then property to the com pany Mr Shnghuff is said to estimate the value of the assigned projerty as DEATH IN THE WIND Two Persons Killed by a Hurricane In W lllgpolnt, Tex WHTSPOINT Tex, hurricane aUuok here at noon and house in town is more or less per sons were killed outright several in jured The killed are Mrs TJbwen, cauglr under a falling wall and crushed to death a negro gii J 14 years old daughter of Sam Mitchell The injured are Jack Ballard dangerous a sou of E Me Mantis arm broken in two places Mrs Mitchell, of the girl killed Mrs Freeman s residence was blow over, the fafmly just getting out in time to escape injury The Methodist churoli am public buildings svere demolished, whili other churcliii were blowu off their fiations A number of stores and residences were blown down The humcaue alsc visited Mcsquote, Thornton TurlU other doing great damage Two Attempts at Alurder. Si-mcusE, N Y May 5 attempts at murder were made here Sunday, and in one instance the-victim was fatally injured On Saturdnj night, John Shuflmski, Pole, 19 j ears old, went to a house nearb; Where wedding festivities were in progres to look at the dancers through the window He remamed there for tw o or three hours and, then heating the report of a rev olver hurried away He had got but a short tance when a young man rushed out of tbj house, overtook him and stabbed him in the left side, the knife pun tinting the kid nuy Shuflinski lay unconscious by th roadside until he was discovered by paaaers- by and to his home The police ar rested John Strith, a Geiiuan, who was prohiptly identified by the wounded rr will die Stnch denies al knowledge of the crime The second mur derous attempt was made on Chnstophe Snyder, who was fired nt twice by an nn known man, one of the bullets hi ohoek, and the other entering his righ arm near the wrist Fatal Ravages of a Mysterious Fever, ClNus May 5 report! of the ravages of spotted fever near Frank Term have been received conflnnln nnd augmenting the horrors heretofore n ported The disease is unusually fatal and nine out of every ten persons who are attacked die Within forty eight hours o Its coming it had taken five lives, Sine then a dozen more have died, and the peo pie of the stricken districts have ahou concluded to abandon it furever, as this I the fifth visitation of the fever Fain and all oi stock can he bought for song The udgin of the disease is no known It comes without warning an goes as suddenly Shot Dead by an Officer. ME0FORD, Mass May 5 Chief of Polio Holmes and Officer Ewell, while invest a row in which William Phelft won engaged, were ftssaulted by Phelan Who was armed with a can lug knife and revolver Both officers shot at Phelan, on bullet causing hin death The officers hav boon temporarily relieved from duty pent tng an inqniry Phelan has had considera- ble trouble with the police at differen times He will Back Corbett, NKW YORK, May 5 Dwyer, tfie we known sporting man, has expressed a nil inguess to back Jim Corbett, of San Fran cisco, to fight any of the heavy weigh pugilists, including John L Sullivan, fo any amount up to Mr Dwyer say he will back Snllivan against Kilraln, bu he thinks Corbett can defeat Snllivan Mr. Vlllnrd'l New Purchaae. CHICAGO, May 5 Journal gayuther Is every reason to bolisve that Mr Vlllan and tho Nmthem Pacific Railroad com pnny have acquired C'Utrol of the Chicago and (hint Western anii the Calumet an Chion Umiinalimlroads, the bein ISO 00 11 (10 DElECllVES POISONED. lain by the Gang 1 hey Had Hunted Down. 8TIUNGE STOBY FROM OHIO. The Alleged Crimes of a Desperate Ba> of White (up. at Fiudlay, U Koaitlng a Child Over a Fire Two State V Idcii.is Dead FIMJLAY O May B city is greatly xoited over the sudden and mysteriona eath of Henry a detective, who, t the January term of court, autcooded in aving indictmentrt found agttmst eight rominent and well known citizens the rmcipals in the now celebrated Oman rob- >erj vv hkh occurred on the uight of Feb. I and the death by poison if the detective who traced the crime to hem fjglit Masked Men In. Ihis vv is one of the boldest and most ensational crimes that ever occurred in Ohio 9 o'clock on the night men loned Weslej Oman and his family, con istmg of hm frttlie'i brother his wife and clriu w ere sitting urouiid an opeu flre n tin 11 farm house about eight miles south ifthiscitj when without a note of war u ng the door of the sitting room was woken in and eight men with white masks m their fates rushed upon the family VVeslej Oman yelled "The White Caps'' The Hoi i Mile Torture of a Child "Yes, answered the leader 'we are the Vhitt Caps, and before any resistance ould be made all were securely bound and Ked A. demand was then made for X) which Oman was known to have' le eivul a d ly or two befoie troiu the tiak of ome laud Onmn assured the alleged lute ips tint the inonej was m a bank n Fimllav but this was not believed, and oiiUt tu make him disclose its hiding jlaci hi-, 4 je u old sun w as seized mid held iur UK opt n lire until his acrtamn of could hive been heaid a mile away ami dgum thef ithcruegged that Ins hild he spmed as the nionej vvaa not in he house Detective Lovre Died. In the meantime a search had been made some of the robbers, and belonging o "Mis Oman s fathei uas discovered, and vith this thej took their warn ng the fauulj if tin y mov ed from tl en po itions before dajhght they would 11 shot Llus admonition the teinhed fannh futh iilly observed, and not until moiuingdid ;lu v give the ahrm Ihe Omnns, thought they recognized the ot several of the paitj and were con .meed they weie neighbors Mr Oman lohu R a well known deiittive fiom Toledo to work up the case flinch he piopeeded to do, and according t Hmrj Kibler Jerome Kibler, M Levi Fox Albert Decker, John long, "luck Hughes and Charles Hates nil well to-do citizens some of whom m this (ity All wcie arrested and immedlatcl) gim bonds for their trial on the of this mouth In the meantime Strlokler was named to leave the state before the elaj of the trial and Was full of apprehension that the gang would make with him v. few dajsigo he became ill mu h in tlu same vvnv as didhis piedecessord Uiis morning died in great agoin His friends claim that he too, was puisoued to prevent his giving evidence in the ap Broaching tmil ol the Oman, robbeis A Is that Impurity of the blood which produces unsightly lumps or swellings in the neck, which causes running sores on the anua, legs, or feet, which develops ulcers in the eyes, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or deafness, which la the origin ot pimples, cin- cerous growths, or which, fasten- ing upon the lungs, causes consumption and death. It is the most ancient of and very few persons are entirely frub troiii It By taking Hood s Sarsaparllln which, by the remarkable cures It has accomplished, hu proven itself to be a potent and peculiar medicine for this disease. If you suffer from try Hood's Sirsaparllla, "Every spring my wife .ind children hare been troubled with ecronila, my little boy, three years old, being a terrible sufferer. T spring lie was one mass of sores from bead to feet. We all took Hood's Sarsaparllla, and all have been cured of the scrofula. My little boy is entirely free from sores, and all four of my children look bright and healthy W B ATUJSBTON, Passaio City, N J. Mood's uarsaparilla Sold by all druggists 8' iliforgj Preparedonlr b; 6 1 HOOD CO Apothecaries, Lowell, H 100 Doses One Dollar Presents in the most elepait form THE i AXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICE or FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to the human system, forming an agreeable and effectue laxatne to enna- nently cure Habitual Coiisti pation, and the man) ills de pending on a weak or inactive :oudition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. tl to CIFUHSE THE SYSTEM Ei-i-KTUHLLf When ooe is Bilious or Constipated 60 POM BLOOD, MFUHiHINO SLHF. HIALTH and 8TRCNOTH NATURAI I Y TO! LOW Every one is using it and all are delighted with it ASK YOUR DRUOOIST FOR Umbrella vail no Spring Styloo now on Sale. Eiuit State LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS We have purchased the store North ot us intend to build on the two lots MAPUFAUIUOTDONLY BY CALIFORNIA HG SYRUP CO 8AH FMK6I8CQ, (Ml. KY NCW MM. H t. flair OF itthm. 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MANY MORI ttllv- TRKMKNDOUS SUCCKSS ATTKNDING TIIK OPKNING mini if i vi M QF QUR HASKMKNT SAT.KSROOM LAST OCTOBKR and the NI- W consequent increase in business and urgent demand for more room have com- pelled us to add a number of NKW DKPARTMKNTS, which we throw open to the public THIS MORNING. Our Basement has been veiy much enlarged by the addition of square feet of floor surface and an immense room upon the third floor, containing 1 square feet, has been fitted up as a magnificent salesroom. In these new and important divisions are shown veiy full and complete assortments of Art Furniture, Reed and Rattan Furniture. Banquet, Piano and Table Lamps, Baby Carriages, Cabinets, Toys and Games, Hammocks, Books and Magazines, Refrigerators, Clocks, China Closets and Stationery, at such prices as have never before been seen in Philadelphia. New, easy stairways have been erected, and all the floors are within reach by swift and spacious elevators. Don't miss this, our GRKAT OPKNING DAY. A NFW INVOICR Of Bluck Lace Capes hw come to ns under the moat circumstances. a specimen of the little the quality usually la here at Light in weight and the garment for Summer W! r. NOiHINQ HAS YKr Apprgached our silk offer of this morning, Here, we glre oar HANDSOMK SH-k aaftcnes wide, tot the nnpi prise of 630. a Yard. This la a regulf I6e, silk, which h" boon reduced for rare Opportuni- ties neglected aie lotl forerer. A MANUFACTURER'S lilihap hss placed tu In povuwlon of 26 Children's IlL AUK HOSE which were to sell, according to size, from 4Oc. to Oar uniform price for all sizes Is 2So. a Pair. Tries' French T.iile 89c. a pair; regular value, f 1. Striped Half Hole, 10o. a pair; regular valne, tH-ACK MOHAIRS At the recent Peremptory Tiafle Sale in New York Mere the largest of tho goods. Identically the flame that Is being sold aronnd for We are selling at 80o. a EiUemely billllant in are de- cidedly the moot desirable goods

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