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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOU VI IT. NO. 9315. TKENTON, THUK8DAY AHTKKNOON, MAY 15, TWO A YOUTHFUL INGRAiE. Further Particulars of Young Robert Wallace's 1 heft HE S10I r FK011 HJS HIMFAITOB Editor 11U InlllLi liv ,1 W 000 V Jekjll und n Id- M   the consent of his counsel Mi Hummel to permit Inspector Byrnes to be pusent Mi Mcleod pro tested his innocence Tlie lui led Him RoUit L illau the thief dis appe lied ou ed les la} hist He was the hen oi lohn H Wallace is childltbs and a lie was iljptt.il edu cated and finallj taken into business by his benefactor and imidi masmcrof the publication Imsim-. with lull iccess to his uiic c s JM[ us in 1 rno n hen his untie scaieht 1 his in the deposit ilfcs he found that sccui ties at 000 had been taken J id liis li ink book also shown! H of ut -4MJOU A HM .iit okm ikei in whose %e had drawn in (hecks ittunst Editor all ice s t ink HC onnt illace and the bortkni ikii wh --e n il mme isbe B lowi in  b vnk utu rl} that institnti m Ihe bank examiner last night explained how h did his steal ing elep isit imdebv one of the deposit ors on a n d n w oiild be rediteei to the Goulds if their iccount needed it in order to meet the drafts upon it iccount thus miiiipiiliud 1 ill on it a mark known onlj to f-o thit he cirried upon the boeiks a false balance but upon his prh ite1 memoranda i statement showing just how tht accounts should stand Canadian Pa eai after pajment of supplementarv dmdend fliTOlBfi sur plus from preMous j ears making the total surplus flitd foru ard 'IOJ 3oO increase in gross earirrngs of llo deciease in working expenses 159 increa f> in profits JdO 385 The report expresses the belief that there is no good ground for anticipating hostile legls lation at SVaslungton At a subsequent meeting of the board ilhain C A anhorne was le-elected president and feir George Stephen Sir Donald A Smith and Richard B Angus were re elected as members of the executive committee J-x-Major aux Accepts PmiAiiHPHU Maj Vaux, the nominee of the Democratic comention of the Ihird district for congress has been officiallj notified of his nomination In replying to the spcee h of the chairman of the notification committee Mr Vaux spoke as follows The announcement you have made of mj unanimous nomination for congress by the Democratic com ention of the Third concessional district surprises and gratifies me Respecting the favor and unanimitj of the judgment I cheer fully accept the nomination on the plat- form adopted bv the nominating conven tion Kovacic and Barteck Are Guilty MORRISTOHN X J The juiy in the case of Parvel Kovacic and Kabola Barteck on trial for the murder of a fellow countryman named Panel Matashnuski at the Hiberma mines m March last have re- turned a finding Panel Kovacic guilty of murder in the second degree and Kabola Barteck guilts of manslaughter The jui were out an hour and a half Sen tence was deferred until Monday The murder was a %ei> brutal one and it was thought that the prisoners would certainly be com icted of murder in the first degree He CallH It BlHrknmll NFW. YORK May 15 P Mus- grave of N o Fifth avenue president of the Fifth Aienne Automatic Railway compauj was arrested yesterday at the League elub on a charge of sending indecent matter through the mails The complainant is Augustus I) lasigo of Rhinebeck who chaiges in his that e sent to him on April 39 a pamphlet winch incidentally libels a mem ber of W W Astor's family Musgrave says the prosecutjon la a blackmailing scheme Eighteen Indiana were Graduated. CARLISI E, Pa May the annual commencement exercises of the goveiU- ment Indian training school here, ad- dresses were made by Gen C E Bussey, assistant secretaiy of the interior, Gen Perkins, of Kansas Chairman Peele, of the Indian committee Professor Mason, of the Smithsonian institute and several members of the senate and house Gen BiiRSey presented the diplomas The grad uating class numbered eighteen A Boiler In a Restaurant. NASHVIIIF, Tenn May boiler weigliing 2 000 pounds exploded at Hemp hill's restaurant, blowirg through the first and second stones and through the roof, 200 feet into the air, falling across the street in a lot The building was badly wrecked Henry Douglass, flremap, was fatally injured, dying three hours after ward Alex Work, cook, was seriously in jured A Medal for a Hero BOSTON, May S Longmen, of New York, has been awarded a gold medal by the Humane society of Massachusetts for rescuing, "at great personal Commander Charles H Rockwell, com- mander of the United States steamship Yantic f rom m of a fast train at Port Tampa, Fla on Killed by n Lightning Flash. CEARFMONT, N H May 15 struck tho bnrn of George W Davis In Westriaiemont last evening, killing Mr. Davis and hu horses IN SENA IE AND HOUSE. i he Latter Body Indulges in a Spirited Debate. MAMIUIIKHI LU10UEB. Rheurim tlsm is caused by an field in the blood, therefore external treatment affords no permanent relief. To eliminate the poison Mammn (to her little boy) f yo" Now, Bennle. no norraanoDL rei.m. -jm CIIIUI...M, u.e poison L a Ihnrnnfl) nnrfl nf thB .ilKpaon glvo J ou one of Dr Ajrer'mioe N SSSJn SaSa' ntal time ,oa nood medicine fan Attacked Various other amendments looking to a reduction of the dutv on earthen and glass- ware were. made on the Democratic side, but met with no success In the course of the discussion of one of these amendments Mr McMillan alluded to i Mr ampbell, of a ijass mannf icturer asking for pi otectun from foreign labor while he was chaigicl with importing foreign labor in Moluti in of the contiact labor law Mr Bergen (N I ventured to sav thnt Mr Campbell was a Democrat Mr Bynum (Ind said that on the contrarj Mr Catnp bell was an aident supporter of Mr Har rison Air denounced Campbell as a perjurer Campbell had come before the ways and means committee and had held a consultation w ith the gentleman from "U est Virginia (Mr Wilson) and him self and then had gone away and made an afhdav it vv Inch was false and had Camp- bell ever come into his (Mr Bynum s) dis- trict he would be in the cell of a prison today Bayue Defends Campbell Mr Bayne (Pa said that he would take Mr Campbell s word as soon as he would take that of the gentleman from Indiana, and he knew them both Campbell was the chosen representative of a large organ- ization of reputable workingmen and any insult or indignity offered to him was offered to them Mr Wilson Va) confirmed what the gentleman from Indi ana had said In the public press and on eveiy stump he had felt it his duty to de- nounce Campbell as a perjurer In the course of some furthci remarks Mr Bynum said that the committee on vv ays and means in the formation of its bill had closed the doorg of the capitol against the labor of the countrv but admitted the manufact- urers Ihe majority of the committee raised the curtain and peeped out to see who was there Mr Flow er (N Y bore testimony to the fact thatl the committee had heard all industries that had requested a hearing Mr McKmley said the imputation of Mr Bj num was false He did not penult any man to impute to the committee any bad motives or any lack of courtesy to minority Tn the Senate. WASHINGTON May In the senate Senate bill authoring the registiy of cen- sus mail matter house bill appropriating ISOjOOO for a public building at York, Pa and senate bill appropriating 1100 000 for a public building at Rock Island, Ills sen- ate bill in relation to the pay of Rear Ad roiral Jouett, retired (allowing him the highest pay and compensation of his grade as rear admiral) senate bill to pay 305 to the heir or heirs of John Howard Payne, due on his salary as consul to Tunis, were pissed Senator Teller on Rllver. Ihe silver bill was then taken up and Mr Teller addressed the senate The peo pie of Colorado had comparatively little interest in the advancemenfof the price of silver, because, although they produced one-sixth of all the silver in the world, they did not depend upon sih er product, and very shortly thd other interests of the state would far outweigh the of mere silver production The silver pro- duction of the United States was insignifi- cant in comparison with the gieat interests of the country that were involved In the rehabilitation of silver as a money metal It was demanded in the interest of human ity, in the interest of civilization, in the interest of progress, in the interest of the whole human race There was in the country a general feeling that silver ought to be used OR money on equal terms us far as practicable with gold He did not know a senator, except one, who did not hold thnt the demand for silver coinage was one that ought to be met He Ttlks of the WIndom BUI. Coming down to a discussion of the Windom bill Mr Teller said that nothing would suit the secretary of the tteasury but a treasury note payable in a commodity It was the first time that the "store which prevailed in mining and manufact- unng regions, was proposed to he applied to the trersury department of the United States Nobody knew better than the men who stood behind that acbeme that it would not put silver to par and nobody WM more determined than those men that stiver should not go to par Speaking of the bill as reported by the finance committee, h m) bin I I i in the lie u t the I I U 1 the mil n nine li the tie t be i- I l Uhe i that the ill was i sih e l h  it idea uas in the othe i I was metal mil n (thing else I IK t tO 1 i sited M lies at! i w ere' IV l til f tilt llsi lljll tO I I t 111 I I I Hill I ih i f i It u U I til lilt Mi I n nt luck MS m t us it a I iimtltal that sllui THE BASEBALL WORLD 1 N l i l kl i l ri nn I I eil) N ilioiml I At B kliH he I Bi iklii liil- I I N k li i i i r U li s li M n 051 Plnla lei] h 000 liilve hi: I n I i I I B s! i I 1 i I I e I ai 1 11 n tl I u I I 40 I bn (is 1 At Hneikhn- Hr kHn I II ill 1 I Bus his Hi I h I 0 0 1 i 1 1-1J 0 a o i It Ipbla It) Hitten I 1 i 1 u c 11 0 0 2 3 lir HM iiiK m 11 ten I uic Vt I! -I II i N Ills 1 B si an 1 s i Vt 1 II I! ill e U e.i 111 111 i li 0 ti- ll U I latl 1] hln 9 In IH I 1 ivtt n s h tin and Hulhimu 0010 5 i) i> o >ik 11 I alt il i Uttnlti I I s 1 il 1 Bu I i I i His I i i s I MC i 1 li I II U II i l I II ull i h s Hun! i 1 J i fill I el t. nil I M I I I 1 Vtlill Hi Inis H u ni 1 Hill se n I I I I I I a I Del f mil ii IL Hu Mil 1 1 001001 1 (1 I) II 1) X 4 i u 111 s i! r Ills II 111 I till II u 0 .si i liitlon I I I 1 I I Ki e. 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I IH im n 1 i 1 I n lit di sp( i h MS tin bi k n f m i t n mi h] 1 M iimd UK u f titnf tin u ildi st i itt n it i i 1 m tin m i_M i It >1 s n I t U l 1 l 1 tl ill t' 1s tru t is s un d in m i 11 it 1 1 i tin. r j tilt is but ii] tu tin-- nr i tn tlum n i k 1 lu f tin i- wliorcaVmts h is bi n it tint 1 Mini M Mine Oil ir h i 1 canu tutt n in il tl i u h lirr sj intual stu [did n., i l bubseij H m h mij n i i a v u i t i has bt t n ai rt 1 ht i f i su n llu t h tt 1 keepu ind tnuu t 1 t tin m i n m mam "K minent p  e i nsist of und be e l m el bv a be u 1 (if regents e unp >s 1 if the president e I the 1 niteti M ites hm cut met the chief jnstie c ef tht t mte d Mate s and twehe no two of Ihe m resile of the same st ite let be aj mteel een curie lit lesolnliotl of the lue houses of congress suni ne t e lm_ (ill IKKI is to be apjiic printed to pr me ne e e m groundb an 1 buildings 1 hi s un IHHJ 001) is set aside us the pun i] il of a per pttill! fund the inceime e f u 1 h is lej be nseel for the munttnaiicc Mlie No person etherwise digit le si til bt dueled fre m the be ne fits of tl is i t en ac count of race ce loi citizen hljie i leluiutls belief The Great I'rcsMtoriftn AsMmld-v SARVTOGS N Ma> 15 ers to the gent ral ussunbh of tin Pnshj terian clinic h m thi 1 st itf Im h corntntil hue toduj art jrtMiit in lugt numbers Vbont coniniissioin IN re to thf roll call at 11 ii in find the total number of Msiting and lajmui MKX) rtsnit of the chnrcli n ifrh in the Lnlted Stites Rev William f HobutH D I) LL I) of Chicago tin j Ksent moderator opuied the pr with a sermon Ihe most interest in i sst m bl> will oonttr upon tilt ut it Mibjttt of revision of tht onfession of I1 ,i th hilt tlie isionisfs w ill be moit nnnurousin the assemlilj tiie anti rusts will be represent( d by sonit. of the 0 1  two weeks Ex Mayor Heultt's Son In Trouble NFW Afu r> f Hew Itt son of ex Major A S became invohed in a dispute with a h i Knian and was dragged tin to the station house Officer li niln who seemed to onjm tlu opportin n f making things uncomfortable for tin s >n of the man who refustd to allow th f n flag to float from tht f ball It w is thought by man j tlu ifTan that the policeman niori fort( tl an w m neces aary The 1 m 1 i in n fuse d to make a complaint wmn Ihwitt ind the latter it is mid( id w ill m iKe a com plaint tht uflitti to tht police com missioners TIHS.J 1 unirt Meet. I-1 M! 15-The Fifth Pennsjhnnw Koen t n-c holding their fourth mini il r i i i in at Columbia Pa Then was camphre Inenf si sterd and a t Vlan> prom J Sure H you hare made up your mind to buj Hood's Sarsaparllla do not be Induced to take any other. A Boston Inly, whose example is Worlliy Imitation, tells lit? experience below In ono store where I went to buy Hood 9 Sarsaparllla tbe clerk tried to Induce mo buy their owiitnitteadot Hood s, hetoldmethetr'n would >Mt longer, that 1 might It on ten 10 Oct days' trial, that If I did not like It I need not pay anything, etc. But he could not prevail on me to change. I told him t had taken Hood's Sarsaparllla, knew what It was, was satisfied with it, and did not want any other Wnen I began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla I was feeling real miserable with dyspepsia, and so weak that at times I could hardly llood'u stand. I looked like a person In consump- tion. Hood's Sarsaparllla did me so much good that I wonder at myself sometimes, andmytrtendjfrequentlyspcakof It MRS. Et'A A. Qotr, n Teruce Street, Boston. Oaruaparilla gold bjr ill drnfgUU br 0. 1. 00 AfoUuK.rfcl, HMI ICO One Dollar Youmans' Celebrated Spring now on Sale Presents in the n Hi t f m THE t AXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUICE TMH FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined the ncduiml virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to the Imnnn system fonning an iTiLible and enxctue laxatuc t i LII-IP- nently cure C iisii pation, and the til in) ills de pending on a weak or inaetue :ondition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is tt most excellent remedy known to SLEtNSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY When one is H o ic or Coast pated PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW Every one is using it and all are delighted with it A3K YOUR DRUGGIST FOR a i.' MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANeiSCO, OIL rv HFW mat N y. i f l fl' OPPOSITE CIZY HALL. STKWAKT WJ8INFHS COM-ROI-- Eqaipg YOUNG LADITS fer IMMFniAlfc aid 8FRVIOE in OOUN UNO-BOOM. ITS AKK KiiUCATOKS, SUCCK-SSKUT. SFKCIALISTS, IC WOKKK.KS, NO 8MA1-1ERING, NO NON-E88FNTIALS, NO NONSPNS3 in ttg COCRSi. OF TRAINING Madtrn Utthodi, Sace -fnl Indrndni! AtUntiau, The Shorthand Department very fecilitiw for ikill in BAVID AND SDCCESSl'UL PKOGRFfle Moraiag, AlUraoon und Oluin IB BBOIN8 2d. THOMAS J. BlJbWAKT, PRTWUIPAT, Box Sifi, H, N, J. 1O and 13 ftnnth Hi. int. iS ANn NOTIONS. I All the leading makes of Corset including the celebrated C. P. Coisat Feuls Waists for T Ml sue All the most desirable mafcea of for Gents Children Camels' Hair, Medicated Srarlet Natural Wool and Merino Goodn a full uwcliuent and at thmt wUl be satiafactoi j to nil. Oi andent display of Trimmings. No- tions, Fancy Goods, Hosiery. and Underwear over before shown In this city, consisting of almost every- thing that goes to make ap i store, snob as Wool Jewel rv Chenille Ornaments, Jfmiuj fringe, Fancj Tidies, Bdttonn, Gimps, Collars, OafTs, TMOS, Pmbrolderlei, I eltn, Powders, Soaps Perfumes, BrnshoB, Nail and Tooth Brnsheo. S S. UCK. 123 anH 125 N Greene Stieet. IIAI3 Tills MAN Bonpht hu panto of AMHkTCAN VLffi'UlSQ AND TAILORING CO, lit would not hmr. how much thi wind whutltd thiongh hig cnat '-'li. clothing Chilrlm with thtbct s BE8I TAILOR-MADE CLOHIING At ranch l than pn Oar glut Itrdtn SAMPI.K OVKKCOAlU In 19.90, worth our HAMPT.F BUlXM, worth (13 (14, for (9.00. for O'ldrtn'l Knit and Bniti aid Orwooato. ULOiJHlNG oun il 'hi but IM thi to wlta, right along ttl A M 11 M i C 3 A JNJ mo. 8 State. Oar. St. We control the Parasol trade of Trenton, and we folly guarantee that our Paranoia and are made of the very boot material obtainable, and also of the finest workmanship. All of our goods at prices which cannot be beaten In the large cities nor any whore else Also opened a beautiful stock of fine Kid Gloves in all shades and prices, warranted for their durability, to- gether with a full line of 811k and Llale and Children's T see tine Hosiery. Under Laces and Goods, Tidies, Notions, etc eta CAMKKA'S CONFKcriONJSBT, Superfine Cre-m Chocolates a specialty. An Immense of Caohous, Loten- g( Drops, Cough Csndleo, Nnt Cindles, Car- Penny Goods, Turkish French Creams, French Olaoeo, etc. Prlwa moderate TO 80S 80um BBOAD r, BBOAT. eriHKKT BA14K.. LOOK OUT 1-OR HARGAIN'J We have purchased the store North oi us and intend to build on the two lots l he linosl olorc in ircnlon! most gtl rid of onr to do thia, thutibra, RliAUY-MADIi v i x i i is BB 10 NORllI GRKKNH Advertise. YOUU "WANTS' IN   

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