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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. VIII. NO. 2318. FKKNTON, MONDAY AFTKKNOON, MAY 19, 1890. TWO OKNTQ SI ANLEY'S ENGAGEMENT I he Ta'.n eJ Lady Wl o Will L H.s Cl I H VIIK THE WORK OF CONGREoS s I tine nilieil n Itnt liltlliln I th M II fill) Ui n t it i rii can tl hi i it fill li uikil him c ntplit lit t is in 1 apol f jrtht u tiusit n iiniitt -.sun Mie moil stl) i Intuit Ut I that Mi NI mley and lui til wtu [1 1 i tu t i li otliu Ibc it ail i nt I in 1 u I'" tu i il s tit vvtml it ilui i might be ca'l 1 M is in tile htl u his last de part it L )i i R i Hit- m inline ceit mom sh 1 w ml 11 ikt place in L mdon eirh m d ite wasjetun 1 linn asked il out h i views of the futui if t t xpluia she said their union woultl n i itu t his cur If culled again to Ui i i he illicit go n ith all his lieut She n i il 1 not penult tli ir muni age to tat loit us labois tot the benefit of mankind Miss milllit N irtll HIM Dm itln U mint li is beta for a wtll ki t ui 111, ic in tht litxrhr) and artistir en Its ol I mi n ic is a eon tubutoi tu the 11 nn ind other irt ev hlbltlons H u tt Uis unit but is in e irj vvav hue looking and has a slnki ulv nit lltttiulliee failed with uh it is dlt 1 1 e  uedow n fnrl I and tit i I it thi) It f it I i t 1 i MVM II vn t it it u 11 i i i i n t Ktpublliaii emeus th I tt t me to s mi igntimnt n tht jt s ti n ai t to tit tu mini up n a i ut li bate 1 it the discussion isliktU t hll ui th witkathast liisln lit i 1 Ik is t 1 U 11 eiil M s n i! i I it nsintative Kt i f I i ti i t 1 he house u l> It le tin t u I1" Us MS si n t) is week Iwitt tht i i i It i I c of the nu rand hnrl 01 hill hi s In up -I nt tl at tlon f tht Kt p il in ti i el the hi use and it list 1 th it M would hi i ilk d up as s >u a tl i t 11 II I il lmdbiuidisiobi.il f lli tin ill I ill wil bt plat t 1 on its hna! passant t n ii is and it is tht mtiiiti n of tht tit t in committie wlmhhas ruht f t t il lip flu tontestetl election cast of M Ilntlit (Hep) ivunst luijiiu (Dem fi in tin r. mith distil t of AI ibam i on Ihiustln so th it tht i ami hub l 1 ill vv ill i I omeupbii u tin f 11 win., w k ai Iht eailiest unless a taut us sh i I 1 d nit tt allow it ti It bi foi ml tl ik Ihi eleitlins eonunlttlt I is n I Hid 11 favor of this of Mtlliitlu tin contistte and a minuitv rep it hisltel filed b) the Dtmitiits 1 ut pin s Htenti in of his stat 111 lav will a usual bt tki ttlto the consiiliiatiun and passage of pin ite bills THE DEADLY QUICKSAND but this A lERRiBLE EXPLOSION. Fifty Persons Killed at the Cap- ita' of Cuba Ml 1IVM.IIU she of reil ie London hfi entitled stieet Artbs at Pla) she shotts at the nen eilh i> She s, of Couise Sir John Mill its is vdeir friend of Mr Stanleys bride and to per petuate her t h inns he put hei into his famous pi rn to the stint stciuj-Hm well those few their trust maj b ju 0< linn tht fiet that nearly f u i UI'L not one word h is v u d tl H hi s 1 i I t i i -t n I) u kest Africa i M i ilij has been absent iio n h nit in Vt i i Miss tennant and her liii I iiMiliu eoin sjiondents f( l is tl t l M i r s ot p st il arr inge uients w mi 1 p i nut 1- ich m til th it has bion lit ui   exi edition tnan en the lehef wmmittee areawaicof or the public can Kiiens it A Surpthiut Ttirrible Suspense Not once has Miss lennant gnen the slightest intin atmu of the seciet by her over during the terrible suspense of the Jen's she w aited for her to er s re- turn limes without number came the Dew s of his de ith i or many drear) months the air was full of rumors of his fate Npw he had died Jikc a a fetid African swai ip he had been slain by blacks Now IK w is caged m Khartoum Such wis ilmost the onl) which came to this c woman whose sufferings inaj- bi lift to the imagination A Mvstery Explained It scinied so.ncwhit strange to some peoplf th it Stanley should, when first put- ting his fo n on London soil after his re- turn to this (oiintry dine dirtot to Bar oness IJnrVh tt f outt s house in Stratton street UK mjsteryis now explained, as someone aspiemus as his existence to btanlc) w is w iiting for his coming Ihat some one was Miss Dorothy Tennant It has for past been a noticeable fact that one of Sf iinH y s most interested lis- teners at hw lectures has been Miss Ten nant It is staled that Stanley will be offered the post of governor of Africa To-night vliss Isnnantwas present at the Turners company dinner at the Connor street hotel with Stanley, and received many good wishes for her future happl neds Boston Carpenters Still Fighting. BOSTON May 19 the Carpenters' dis- trict toumil the walking delegate of Union 8-1, of Boston, lepoited that all the men at work for Ivoicross HroHiprs on the new Ames building, coiner of Court and Wash- ington streets, had been induced to stop work and would not go to work today It was -voted to continue the struggle for an eight hour da) Ihe delegates from the Worcester union stated that the carpenters of that city would on June 1 demand the nine hour da) eight hours on Saturday, Without reduction in pay An English Blfliig QurecY, Mass May 10 granite workmen's stuko is over, and the cutters, polishers and blacksmiths resumed work An syndicate is negoti it Ing fur the pur liaae of the granite business of this city It said that is involved The Prisoners Dynamite 111, May live of the prlsem rs confined in the jail at this place have lit-' ti i their el( ipn bv b] istmg out a stone in th w ill itli clj mute. Jtlllit-i II I-arst.ll Dlis Sloul) In a Mill Which CtlMtl in on Wot ijsini 1 I Hue- H I'arsell tlispit Ur J the N w ork postotluts and me if tht most pi mitunt and hiyhlv it spt e t 11 of this plat t went into his w 111 u nth w is fifti n fttt tu depth to an uu t pipe In it It i" supposed that m his he hi m_ht the sides of tlu wtll ah nt him discovertd onlv his ht 11 ind sh ml h weie ah the quicks in 1 whithwis fist closing m 011 him Neighbors rtn to Mr sassistautt and a rtipe was passt 1 un It r bis u ins and a dozen men tnpl to dr IR him t ut Ihe sand was to i tiiinl) picked aluiit him however and a nnmhtr rf the headetl bv sttp'i n and John Paistll sins of the unf iitiinate nun tried to dig the sand from about him As fast as tht v threw it out the treacherous feand clostd about Mr I'u sell and finally a hose w is placed in his month in ordei that lit bieathe should the sand cover his ht itl Scarcel) had the hose been when the sand buritd thi man she id fro u After two hours rapid vvoik Mr Par sell s head w is untovered hut he w is nn conscious Ihe rescuers woiked sttn Id) and when he vv is out tiled to revive the m in but all to no av ul "Mr Parsell leaves a wife ind six children in comfortable circumstances THE STRUGGLES OF LABOR The McKoewport Stukera Stand ilim for a 10 1 er Cent Auttmcc PITTSBI Ht Pa Ma) meeting ol the striking tmploves of the "UcKfesport National lube works Sunda) afternoon was addressed b) General Manager Con verse Over 2 000 men were m attendance Mr Converse made a half hour s speech at the conclusion of which he offered to Intro ducethepiect in all depart merits practical le The offer WILS discussed by the men and by a unanimous vote it was decidtd t i hold out for the 10 per cent advance demanded Irtestone Cutters Ordered Out L 01111 Mav 100 freestone cuttcis in Haven aie af fected bv tht order of the I'm strut Cut ters union in Massithussets wbuh has notified them that the) must ceast w irking for employers who belong to the mastcis association or their cards will not be recognised b) Mass iclmsetts union men CHUen Tmin Mill Bnak the Record NEW Ma) the passen gers Sundav on the steamship Etruna from Liverpool, was (jeorge Tran cis Train in t ompleting his join nt) around the woild Mr Tram slid down a rope from the steamei into a tugboat and was brought to the city from quaiantme early in tht moinmg lie was soon hold ing an informal uttption at his old quar ters in the tontmtntal hotel looking as bright and fresh is when he started He said he had bten sixt) days on the voyage and expetted to finish it in five days more He has plenty of time to beat the record without hurrying so he will stay here until this evening He will start on a special car to the Chicago limited on the New YorK Central at 8 o clock, reaching Chicago at t p m Tuesday and Omaha  si n e tuired tl nails wifh a fnnhtful l i I unuiiK bum ly foi i all tllrt ell HIS I illi wtii Klllitl i us nt H killt tl and wt und l v I tin falling tit I i is 01 1st It am ii0 the immbei i fs f the lue di paitiiitnt n m 1 ieilieuui.il and the il t i ellczuela Iho lilt ol n n iw is the consul from Ven Dyspopnla Cannes depraved blood, which. In time, every organ and function of the body As a romotly for these trouble! nothing approach Ayer nBarBaparllla. It vitalizes i M iss, t i I is one el the m ist disas ha-- t mud to this titv. fin u 1 I is i dun 1 a filling ol 'i n it i MI and h irir Allbusi n I in 1 m M ill jit is being in )f the lums A MINE FIRE A lit'U t Kt ltiiiii.il lulu 'lu- NcllKon si it tl shiuiiiikiti I 11 Sn i s It Mav 1 I lit ilson shaft i I 1 iv ing tu i ti m tht burn 1 1 _ l is f the bieakt i u I i h dtsti 1 i l I n la) night Hit lowit levtU t III I with Use! tv live mu1 ill! I 11 in aie di a 1 HI 1 nineteen on tht i 1 Mis will It snffo- tatt 1 1 1 i I i is known t Itm Nt vt n tt i 1 I I 1100 fttt hut list cam i 1 i 1 1 ti 1 as n i i nn v lull that 1 1 i 1 i I 11 n ahvo -MI kt an 1 ft nl t i i (i t 1 Issuing fi in tht air ct nist IN t U M 1 at 4 p in Iht litaluhit k tiovedtltl ilersantl out Ian In s lav steun tuihtits were obtnuu tl uu 1 u fiustuttdt vtutilatti mint but n I t 1 d to diivt ttthtigasin tht un 1 1 v i 'if mme s making gas fast unl s n us explosions occur 11 itrtathtstlt iiti late last it decldtdt lni tht arbon Jinn titek lilte the shaft ai 1 ibt out tin Un It will take tin 1 l m s to turn tl t t itt k ami if tin hit si 11 Uitv wl i h tl t mine f it man thu 1 s it i it will ht tl ret 1 1 it ll 1 Itli hi aie sti rtiug iitimisl ing taken to i THt BASEBALL WO LD Umbrella and Vallso Eniporlnm 1 I I) II 0 I 0 had a preparation a more apprtprl- we name than Ayer's Hair Vigor. When the capillary become enfeebled by disease,  t and as the bodiib are brought t ut th si i nt s ale most distressing Iho e  tf this ulv Drake was Kigga' closest fi i ml and both were joung gUrakt sns that ou batuidaj night and Mth three others started out for somt sptit Ihcj retuined to their boardniL, 'i use i ither late but kept up the spoil in 111 ek battles with each othtl Dl i! i h id a inehester rifle with which t hi v li illt d and went through mill tai) m mu in its "No one seemed to know that the in vv ts loidid Kiggs antlDiake begin eh mt, i i h other up and down the hall J m ilh Di ike jumped into hia own room si tmi u ig the door after him As he 11 lu d nit he hit the muzzle o( the gun nunfe discharged its contents tht tltioi striking Kiggb spinal column I'Msicians were called but he died m i feu hourb Diake immediately gave hmisilf up to the police authorities Ho will piobibl} be leleased to-morrow Col Canady Must Go ION Mij IB IB settled finally that mt it Arms Canady of the sen ate, is to ii-iga todaj his resignation to take effect Julv 1 His successor is to tw chosen at a caucus of Republican senators It is, hkelj th it Mi Leeds of Philadelphia, Hepiei5t nt itive Valentine, of and Col Swords of Iowa, will be put in nommatiun lu tho caucus but it looks as though Mr aletitmo would have a clear field after the first ballot Ihe position >M and it is considered particular- ly desn ibk because of the patronage con. nected with it Col Canady has held the position tif sergeant at-arms for nine years He w is ippomted fiom North Carolina to succeed Di( k Bright, at the instance of Senator ijhcrniau who has used his encc ever wince to keep him in office Detcrniiniil ellcirts have been made for more than a >ear to have Col Caiiad} re moved and the fact that North Carolina is state tins rendered Col Can adj s. tenure of ollice very insecure for some time I Collapse Lomsuiu Mi} Flyaway the 8- jearold iillj, his biokcn down for good Iho loss will IK, severe to her owners, West Co who had her entered m 130 OOU vvoith of stakes She IB a daughter of out of Sunbeai'i by im polled Le immgton fehe won three In six last ear and the Nevada stakes at Nash- ville this ear me Flour Dust Exploded. WlNON Minn, Alay 111 Spontaneous combustion and an explosion ill the dust room of loliu A f olt s flouring null at Rothestir ttiio away tho entire roof and set lue tlu limldinj, a frame stmcture, five stonis Jngli iht water supply was limited and tin mill vvasentirel} destroyed 1 he loss is insurance less than OXX) __ Ttt Ittniott Ntw Haven Heer II vv i Maj 19 a largely at- tendid nieilmg of the trades council it was v ot< d to bov rott all beer made in New Haven on tliegrounrt that it is Ncab" bcor Tht trades toiinul is tomposid of delegates from tht various lonl IVIIns I ox l.i ts a tlherk. CAbli Ills May Jennie Fox, aged W, daugl t r I m Isav marched in with the setiati rs t ast his b; II t for the success fill timpitit i I H iitenant Governor lin in an si fi mi a su k bed to preside ovei t In as- ml h At o clock the sen Hti nas mm imied in due form Si natoi Lmilsiv tit n IHI nl John G Carlisle In utniiniti n in ibiuf speech of admlmbli tasti mwliith he paid a graceful tribute to the thine if the Democratic laucus Mr I aiul v fi i the Republican caucus noiniii Hid '-lias Adams Ihe ballot then prori ikl li vites being cast for Carlisle and 1 itt r lams Ihe lieutenant governoi then aim iinitil the result and the joint asstintlv liss Ued A large basket ol flovvirs was sent to Senator Carlisle from the h bbv as soon as the result was an nouiiecil bj the speaker nismartkH tlrst Class Funeral." Mav Matin contains a re poiti I tin interview of theFn nch Journal ist Dis s, wltj, prmte Biiiuarck at r iHiliiihsiuhe Prince Bismarck referred to his ill n as a first class funeral Int 1 ltd th it he was still quite alive Ite w is t ID v uiin to H mam klh Having bi i n s 1 a eustomed to politus he njvv fdt tin link of such aitivitv His iisiKiuti in was ibsolutely final German) would m M r atMik Fiance nor provoke an att i k Iv Irimi Germany understood th it Kussiiw ulil inti rvene in that case asGiimuiv w nltl intervene incase Russia att i kfi (hl( IKII Hotel Walters to Strike tun Mav threatened tie- up 11 tht 1 ig hi tels by the waiters maj octuitoiln afluting the Palmer Grand Paeilii li m  ills de pending on a vvtak 01 inactive :ondition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is ti most cxc'Ilent remedy Icnown to CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY When one is Hi) o or Constipated T PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW Every one is using it and all are delighted with it ASK fOUR DRUOQ1ST FOB MANUFAOTUREO ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO HI FRANCISCO, CtL. The latest novelties out ID Ladies' nil Children's fast colored, best quality hose, among which please note following famous, absolutely fastdyea TheY.8 F .thsBUr.the Daisy and Gloria Dye, which chal lenges the whole world for ita equal in quality and extremely low prices The reduced prices are IB, 20 and 26c and upwards Our next novelty are new styles just out in Children's HaUand Caps, to which we pay especial study, and always had the came of selecting the prettiest, handsomest assortment of Infanta' and Children's Caps find Hata Handsome Hats reduced to 25c and upwards Fans Fans Fans! All styles marie, alorg with BUCK- las, Pot ket-boohn, Corsets floe Cam brie Underwear, Qauze Underwear, Ribbons Glovea of every dostrip tion, Mltte, Parasols ind fine Umbrellas is our grand specialty We keep only the vary host made Parasols and Fun Umbrellas, along with Umbrellas and are daily receiving new styles at lower than trnly city prices Look at them. Call and be convinced I HKST IN THK, OI1Y 'J.J.XI-' ToumanB1 Oeleb'rtted Spring "tylep no j nn IIA'l MOST APPETIZING T 111 1 I I 1 I N I SS ilitji sli in ui 1 It v I itilli  nd HFBVIOE in C00NTINQ-KOOM irS AKK SUCCKSSKUT, rcnUCATOKS, NO 8MATTEKING, NO NO NON8FNS3 m Ito OP TRAINING Hucteiiifal T-schmg, Attention, fMtoiy Progrcu. The Shorthand Department Offers the very beet fori'itits for atqairing nkill in StniOgikphy SUOOFAlfJi UL PKOGKE88 GOAKANIFFD Morning, Afttrnooo in Shorthand. KAHID BEGINS 2d. THOMA8 J 8TFWAHT, Box N. J. -c iT .T i- i IAI tl 4 k I fc AKUKNUM AND LANSHOWNH: AKK. NAMKS OF TWO KINnRKD ilKKSS FA" J KICS TO WHICH WE WISH TO niKKCT YOUK KSPKCIAT, ATTKN 1 ION. Much has been about Lansdovne little about Laburnum. Both textures are composed of silk and wool but they differ materially in finish, smoothness and evenness T.AHURNUM is beyord all cedent, above all rivalry, and is unquestionably the most mer- i.orious goods of its hnd upon the market. I-AKUKNUM'S kinsfolk are Gloriosa Lansdowne and Henrietta each worthy cloths, but T.ARURNUM towels head and shoulders above them all lue a giant among pigmies. W OPPOmii 01 1Y HALL. CAMRKA'S CONHsariONEET, >-tc. TO ANQBl-0 Superfine Chocolate! a specialty AH immense of Losen- Drops, Cough Candles, Nat Cmndlnn, Oar- MUtaree, Penny Goods, Turkish Candle, French French Qluro, ete. Priota modeiate. SOUl'H B80AD BROAD 8TRVJH- LABURNUM Is a superbly woven light weight tciturc made entirely of silk and wool, and possesiei mnny decided advantagps over Lanedowue LAIiUHNUM Contains Ofteen per ctnt more silk than T anedowne, is fully 1WO 1NCHCS More beautifully woven arrt richer in color It is an cvt lualvc labi i< made expressly for us and thertfoio cannot be had elsewhere 25 a 1 ard Very elrgant tints in Gray, o d liise, Helm trope, Tans, etc Also, fall assortments of magnificent Blacks LANSDOWNE Js a silk-anil wool tpituro made by ai other William F unlike LabBrnorn it is a general trade article sold In tbe open market It contains LESS fill K WARP Is not so wide and con'eqnonily 1 is vtln able It is a worthy good? so far as its indi vidaal merits go, but when compared with Laburnum its quilitif s appear commonplace We do not wish, however, to make invidiout comparisons Our solo pnrpose is simply t) sell goods fairly and serve the public hon- estly Our price for Which is based strictly npjii its worth as wo see it, is tt A full complement of all the newest and most desirable shades All the Most Popular HOOKS At cut prices. Book Departin't. FROM 60 lO 50 French Chalhs, of the newest designs oolor blendings, touch the lowest price of the season to day, our entire stock having been reduced from 60c to 5Ot a Yard Unprecedented opportunities are thnj offered in these choice dress stuffs. THE HOSIERY Department to-day should be one of the busiest divisons of our busy store. ISO dozens Imported SWISS KIBBFD eats, which have never sold for Ifra than are on sale at B8c Fnch These are genuine goods and comprlM very exceptional value CRASH begin our mark-down A SILK This mormng'J sale of Figured INDIA Silks Goods that have been selling regu- larly at 75o 85c, 25 and haro been reduced to the uniform price of OOc. a Yard. No exchanges or ducounts iho sale fapcs i.ive peremptory. OCCASION EXTRAORDINARY Ono hundred Capes, worth uih, have boon reduced to Fach. Strictly new goods and absolutely without blemish. No grciter bargain offered this season, and in order to thor- oughly appreciate it you should DM Capos Very Full Assortments of rOltCII ROCKRfS 19 Each. Wide Plat JT-4.IT. Advertise -i 4. YOUR "WANTS"   

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