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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VIII. NO. TKbJNTON, WJfiDNKdDAY AKTKKNOON, MAY 22, 1890. TWO OKN'18 HIS lARDYREPENlANCE. 1 he Fatal Result of Judge Mas- terson's Escapade. HIS Nil 1' DMSBKOKLN HEVRTED THE BASEBALL WORLD. Nutloiml At New Yon. Hewlork 3 1 Base hits Nou 1" Mew >ork 0 0 7 1 0 3 ooooi 1 ut burt, 4 H Btltterit 0 0 hir 11 Hu !e Burkett and bouiuiers Bdker uulBuger tcDdauLe 530 At Bobton 000000000 CImelaud 000000000 RnKe Boston 6 Cleveland Boston t Itvelaiii-l 9 Bciuenes Shi> Wuit to N iv York to bee Him but lit Kelurifd to Go Ntur Her Lntll In foi mid of Her Sudden Heath Bardie ami 1 09J fi J Oreat Gilcf NI w OKK M ij 22 Florence R. 7 Fir rs N tl Is u d YUrii luiae Maste son wife of ex Judge Murat Master son of Prescott, Ariz the man whos  at the Grand Union hotel this cit) She was 38 years youngei thnn her husband There had been ar entrance i lent between them for somi months but when Mrs Masterson heard of the shooting affair she started east it the hope of effecting a reconciliation with her husb tnd and alHO for the purpose oi seem her 14-j ear old son, who was with his father He Would Not Come. Oi irrual she wrote Mr Masterson re- questing an interview There was no re- spouse She wiote again with the sajru result Though her health had alwayi been good the excitement and grief drovt her into a condition of nervous proskatiou. She called upon Dr Adams, an old friend yesterday, and talked with him of her tioubles Her Tragic find. The doctor accompanied her back to hei hotel and just as she was entering the ele- varnr Blip pinned her hand OAer her hcftH and fell to the fioor dead A telegram was sent to Mr Masterson and he was soon at the hotel The body was removed to an undertaker's establish UK at and when a reporter called there last evening he found ex Judge Masterson sitting with bowed head beside the casket containing the body She Wns Broken Hearted. He seemed overcome by his emotions, and would utter a word to   and Kchriver and XiUn Attendance At Brooklyn- Brooklyn 08005132 l-lf Cincinnati Babe hits IB Ciuuuiinti 10 Lnorn Brooklyn 3 Cirtclni ati 10 Batunes L Daly Baldwin and Fureniau Alteudai ce 916 Players' Leugrue At New Now 000000302! Chicago Base hlt3 10 4 Lrrois Newlork 2 Chimgo 4 Batieneb Ki'efe aod Ewing Atttiudante 1 At Boston- Boston 00043103 0-11 Pittsburg 3000000S f Base hits boston 11 5 Lrrora Boston U Plttsburg 11 Battenes Radbuurn Second in BRIDGKt-ORT, Conn Jfujr W jAe oocond trial of Jacob Schoole, a liquor dealer, for murder in shooting and killing Constable Drucker, in New Canaan, begun. 'Liu evidence of VritnavM for the who testified in the fii at trial) w hen Scbtole was found guilty of murder and sentenced to be hanged May Intro- duced without material change. Leased by the Vresteiu HABIFOBD, Conn May Wail- eta Union Telegraph company has secured control of the Bay State Telegraph com-. pauy for ninety nine years at per -year The company owns six copper wlrOi between New York and Boston and othvii between New York and Baltimore The Cashier Arronfifl AIlBfV, Pn May 2? F T, Kan- niear, cashier of the Penniyhnniadnirom pany, of this place, wnq nrreif 11 pvon ingcl with Hi" f unls of the company to tho amount of f >o Bail was iixed at whuh I 1 m "Oil. _ Never lindn P i A r- niim K r n I HE IARIFF BILL PASSED Ihe Battle Over It in the House Pnded. 164, and Kell> Staley and Curroll Attendance 1 500 At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 100100500-7 Cleveland 00000000 Base hits Philadelphia 9 Cleveland 7 Er rors Philadelphia 0 Cleveland 4 Batteries Busted and Milllgan O Bnen and Sutchfle At tendance, 1 206 At Brooklyn- Brooklyn 0010020208 Buffalo 00300100 Base hits Brooklyn 8- Buffalo 8 Errors Brooklyn 6 Buffalo 3 Batteries Van Haltren and Kinslow Keefe and Mack Attendance 888 American Association At Syracuse- Syracuse 00000010 Columbus JOSOOOOOOI Base hits Si racuse 5 Columbus 8 Errors Syracuse 5 Columbus 1 Batteries Keefe and Deaiy Enaton and O Connor Al Rochester 11000000 Bt touls 01200811 Base hits Rochester 5 St Louis 1C Errors Rochester 3 St Louis 4 Batteries Rarr and McGulre btivetts and Munyon At Philadelphia- Athletic 10404002 Toledo Base hits Athletic 11 Toledo 8 Errors Athletic 2 Toledo 4 Batteries Greene and Bobinson Smith and Sage At Brooklyn- Brooklyn 00020000 Louisville 200000008-4 Base hits Brooklyn 4 Louisville 6 Errors Brooklyn 3 Louisville 2 Batteries Daily and Bowers, Fhiet and Ryan Atlantic Association At Jersey City 5 Baltimore 13 Base hits Jersey City 8 Baltimore Errors Jersey City 1 Baltimore 1 Batteries Red mond and I 1 Rnkei and Townsend At 5 Newark 0 Base bite Worcester 0 Newark, 6 Errors Worces- ter 0, Newark, 5 Battenes Stafford and Ouln nftxso Mace and Duffy At New Hav 6 Washington 0 Base hits New Haven 10 Washington 0 Errors New Haveo 1 Washington 8 Batteries Doran Hofford Phillips and Riddle At 5 Wilmington 8 Base bits Hartford 7 Wilmington 8 Errors Hart- ford, 4 Wilmington 3 Baltenes Fagon and Moore and Corcoiftn LEAPED TO HER DEATH A Woman Hangs by the Neck from a Bloving Train. HAMILTON, 0 May young woman, whose name could not be learned, pur chased a ticket for Cincinnati at the office of the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton railroad m Chicago Wednesdaj night, and boarded the vestibule tram which left at 8 55 Shortly before midnight she produced two bottles of whisky and drank from them several times Finally she got up nnd went out on the rear platform, took a rope from nnder her cloak, fastened one end securely to the railing of the car and tied the other end around her neck and jumped off Her absence was noticed and a, search was made by the trainmen Her dead body was found lying in a pool of water and blood near the track, a short distance froni Mbnon, Tnd There was nothing on her person which would lead to her identity, but the passengers say that she was evi dently a young lady of refinement, and that she probably drank the whisky to neive herself to the point of suicide Postmasters Read This Item WASHINGTON, May Har- rison has signed nn act providing that all mall matter, of whatever class, relative to the census office, to the superintendent of census, his chief clerks, supervisors or enumerators, shall be transported free by registered mail By this aft supeivisors con send schedules registered to their enumerators and enumerators can return them in the same way Ihe census office ll anxious that postmasters throughout the country should take notice of this, as it may be necessaiy for supervisors toavail themselves of this provision before the pontuiasters have time to receive official notification of its passage An Fngllnh Opinion of the Jones Bill. LOHIJON, May 22 Mr Henry H Glbbs, president of the Bimetalic league, has sent the following cablegram to Mr Dana Hor ton at Washington "I think the Jones bill will be a most effectual step toward the remonetization of silver In no case need there be any fear of shipments of Oli- ver from India or China to" the United While the pannage of the bill will give confidence to Europe in the stability of silver, Its operation will be well calcu- lated to bring about an international bl metalic agreement with the union probably other nations woolen Folk" In Semlon. I.AwiBEKCE, Mass May 23 'Ihe semi-an- nual meeting of the National Association of W oolen and W orsted Overseers' opened here md WM not very largely attended A busi ness meeting Which was of no public inter- Cot wan held in the forenoon and at the afternoon session addresses were made the representatives of the various ma chlnery companies will Fight the winner. NBW YORK, May 28 A cablegram from London has boon received at Ihe Police Garette office stating that Frank SlavJn declines to meet Joe McAnliffe an the latter nan been beaten by Jackson Slavln trill fight the winner of the Sullivan and Jack- son match or Jem Corbett for bat the articles must be signed before he will leave Fngland Taken front Orort nnA COLUMBUS, May on trml here for attempted rape upon a 18-year- old girl Trunk Anderson (colored) tilten from tho court room nnd hanged to a tree Ills Riiilt was clnrlt nrnvcn The Auiemlmfuts That were Adopted oi lt.-jc. led Maiij with the moiratH I pon Some of AWnuntit and Negative Voters Wednesday after- noon the tariff bill came up inthehoojM for final passage After the committee oi the vt hole had reported the bill Mr Me- Kinley deunndcd the previous question and mot td the third reading and engross- ment of the bill Division was demanded by Mr Bland (Mo) and the speaker, aftei counting declared that 188 had voted in the afhimatne and 128 in the negative, 1 hen the ete aud nays were demanded by Mr McKmley The speaker announced that the jeas were 161 the nays 148 Mr Colenmn (la) and Mr (Ark Republicans voted with the DemOLiati against the adoption of the motion Mr Butterworth (0 and Mr Adams (Ills re- frained from voting Amendments Adopted or Defeated. 1 he amendment increasing the duty on tin plate was 120, nays, 149 Eight Republicans voted with the Demo- crats among tli in being Mr Butterworth (O Ihe amendment making yaiu made of jute dutiable at 36 instead of SO per cent, was to 111 the first Democratic victory Twelve Republicans voted with the Democrats The next amend- ment on which the Democrats asked for a vote prouded that manufactures of camel's hair be taken from the free list and made dutiable IH thud class wools The amend ment was 143, nays, 188, Messrs Henderson and Taylor (Ills.) voted with the Democrats Many BepublRans Befnsed to Vote. A yea and nay rote was taken on an amendment to the wool schedule to pro- vide that on woolen or worsted cloths, knit fabrics and manufactures made wholly or part of wool the hair of animals, etc., valued at not more than 30 cents per pound, the duty per pound shall be three times the dutj imposed by the bill on a pound of unwashed wool of the third clasn, and in addition 40 per cent ad valorem The bill, as unameuded, provided that tw'ice the duty should be imposed This ballot re- sulted in another victory for the Demo- crats, who with the votes of several Re- publicans to aid them, polled 146 votes In the negative sgamst 143 in the affirmative The Republicans voting against the amend- ment were Messrs Anderson (Kan Corn- stock, Dollher, Dunnell, Flick, Henderson Lacey, Land, Owen (Tnd fetruble, Taylor (Ills "Waddill, and Wilson (ify.) A number of Republican" sat in their seats and refused to vote An amendment providing that all manu factures of silk of which wool or the hair of the goat is a component part shall be classed as manufactures of wool was agreed to to 153 Ihe Republicans voting again st the amend ment were Messrs Featherstone, Henderson, Kerr (Ta) and Taylor (Ills) "The vinegar amendment adopted in the committee of the whole wan adopted by a vote of 104 to 198 Mr Carlisle's Amendment. This was the last amendment and the engrossment and third reading of the bill having been ordered, Mr Carlmle offered the following amendment Resolved That the pending bill be recommitted to the committee on ways and with in- structions to report the same back to the so amended by substitute or otherwise as to re- duce the revenue of the government by reducing the burdens of tuition on the people Instead of reducing the duties by imposing prohibitory rates of tfl-Tation upon imported goods Tlie Tariff Bill Passes. The resolution was defeated 140, nays, 164 Ihe bill was then 164, nays, applause on both sides of the Democratic applause being e in its character The follow- ing is the vote Adams Allen (Mich.) Anderson (Kan Arnold Atkinson (Po) Atkinson (W Baker Banks Bartine, Bayne Beckwith, Belknap Bergen Blngnam, Bliss Bowden Brewer Brower, Browne (Va) T M Browiie Buchanan (N J) Burrows, Burton Buttei worth Caldwell, Candler Canuon Carter CaaweU, Pheadle, Clarke (Wb) Cogswell, Comatock, Conger, Cooper (0 Craig Culberteon Outcbenn, Dnlrell Darlington, Dehaven, Delann, Dlngley, DolUver, Dorsey, Dunnell, Erann, Eftait, Ferquhar Flnley FHck Flood Funston Gear, Qest, Qifford, Orosvenor, Hall, Harmer, Haughen, brough, Henderson (Ills) Henderson Herman Hill, Hltt Hopklna Houk, Kelly, nedy Kerr (la) Ketcham, Iflnsey, ITnauu, Lacey Lafollett tjildlaw, Laming, bach Lind Lodge, Mason, McCorpaq, MrCord, HcCoiuilck, McKenna, McKlnley Miles, Moore (N H Morey, fioiiin. Morrow, Morse, Mudd, Nledringhaus Nute, O'Donnell, 0 Nell Osborne, Owen Payne, Per- kins Pickler Post, Pugsley, Quackenbush Ban dall Bjaines Ray Eeyburn Bife Rockwell, Run- ell, Russell Sanford, Sawyer, Bcrauton Scull, Sherman Siraondu Smith (His Brtlth (W Sniyscr Spooner, Btephenson, Stewart (Vt) Stmers Stockbridge, Struble, Sweney, Taylor (Ills Taylor Taylor, Jo- seph Taylor, Thomas, Thompson, Towusend (CW Townsond (Pa Vundever, Vanscbalck, Waddill Wade Wallace (N Y Watson, Wheeler (Mich Wick- ham Williams (0 Wllion (Ky Wlwn X Wright Yardley-lM The Negative Tote. Nays Messrs Abbot, Alderson, Allen Anderson Andrew, Barnes, nig, Blgrfk, Blanchard I Bland, Blount, Boatner, Bracfrhi- ridge Brlckner, Brookshlre J B Brown, Brunner, Buchanan (Va Buokalow, Bunn, Bynmn, Campbell, dler (Ga Carlisle, Carlton, Carath, Clilpraan Clancy, Clarke (Ala X Oveafe fu- me, Cohb, Coleman, Cooper Covert, Covvles Grain, Crisp, Culbertson Cum- mingx, Dargah Dibble, Dockmj, Dim- .liy Edmunds, Elliott, EIIU, Enloe, Feather. tone Fitch Fitlilan, Flower, Forney, niiicr Guls.ienheinx_, Gltwon, Goodnight, rltiKs Hare Hatch, Hmynei Heard, i mplilll Henderson (N 0 X Herbert, Holman n (in) Lnnhsrnm, Lester o Li.iv w, Magner, (Ind McAdoo, McCarthy, Me- 1 Unit McCreary. McMillan, HcRae, Mills, uttmner" Moore Morgan Mutchler Mt OFenal, O'Nell Outhwftlto, Ow us (O) I'arrett, Paynter, Pell, Penolngton Per s Pi i c Price Qulnn, Redly, Richardson, Rob- r on Rowland Rush, Ssycrd, Seney, Mtinnei, Springer, Stchlneckei Stewart i) Stewart (lei) Stone (Ky Stmnp, i Tinman, Tracy, Tucker, Turo- i IN Turpin Venable, Woshhijjio i whi g Wbittliorne, wheeler (Ala Wike Wllkln n W ilcoi, Williams (Ilta) Wilson (Mo) Wll The speaker appointed A B Taj lor jt  ought to find n place In every larder In tho )nm) It Is ?o cheap, too A 2T> cent pnckngn mnkcsflve gallons clerk s hamls 111 antioipation f Tii the sHiiate it will be nlurtd to th< finance lommittee fbat ccininitue haa not (.onsnltn d foriuallj it dutl with the tin ill qut stion but u u helloed that extendid In iring will nit li n pusentatmi f nun nn portant inilu IIHS nmj be heard fioin tune to tinii but must of the awuniuiN will be Bllbinlttid in Sen it i Vlllson will haw  ll have been cured of the srrotulv.. Vy little boy is entirely free from sores, "id tour of my children look bright and healthy." w.B ATriFRTOS, PassaloCity, N.J. Urrjbrellft in the most elf-Lint form THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE 0? THB FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined the mediuml of plants kncmn to be most beneficial to the hum ui system forming an agreeable and effectne laxative to perma- nently cure II ibituil Consti- pation and the man) ills de- pending on a weak or inactive xmdition of the KIDIRS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is tl most excellent remedy Vnow n to CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY When one li I! I or Constipated T PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING 8LKEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW Every one is using it and all are delighted with it ASK YOUR OROOOIST FOR i-- JFED ONLY HY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FttANCIICO if f.r Hf H tf There H not now nor nw there ever noon w rare cures wt DIOKlNBON'S MKDIOlNiJS Twenty years' experience The finest mate- the most compounding "BATJUM OT BOKKflJCT." for Coughs, Colds. Oronp Arthma, "FUVJJB AND AGUE AND MAI ARTA UUBE." "PKKUVIAH BARK the Brett apperlur and utrengtaener. Twenty-cm IKY GEN2BAL CONFEUlIONEBY, JF JMUA'AO, tO. Superfine Cream Chocolates a specialty An immense assortment of Cachous, Lozen- Drops, Cough Candies, Nut Candies, Car amels, Mixtures, Penny Goods Turkish Oundles, French reams, French Glares, etc Prices moderate 806 SOUTH BEOAD STREKl, NEXT TO BEOAD BTRFET BANK ANGELO CAMEEA, PBOP The latest novelties oat m Ladies' >nd Children s fast colored, best quality hose, among which please note following famous, absolutely fut dyes. The Y S F the Star, the Datiy and Gloria Dye, which chal- lenges the whole world for its equal in quality extremely low prices Ihe reduced prices are 20 SCc and upwards Our next novelty are new stylos jtut ont in Children's Bats and Caps, to which we pay especial study, and always had the name of selecting the prettiest, handsomest assortment of InfuntV and Children's Caps and Sarsaparilla YOU MI Celebrated Spring Slyles now on Rale IIATTHH, Handsome Hate reduced to 2oc npwards. Fans 1 Fans 1 Fans 1 All styles made, along with Buck Pocket-books, Corsets floe Cam brio Underwear, Gauze Underwear, Ribbons, Gloves of every descrip tlon, Mitta, Ac. Parwolfl and fine Umbrellas is onr specialty. We keep only the Very boat made Parasols and Can Utnbrellts, along with Cmbrellaa, >nd are daily receiving new sty lea at lonerthan Uuly city prices Look at them. Oil and be convinced, OPPOSITE Clllf HALL The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, 'irust and Investident Co., IKKNlOK, M. a general banking bnalnsoa Alloni Intcrut on tnbjeot to check at light. Benta boxes of B'ZOS In Itg fire and bnrgl" proof the renter eiclnilvely kooplng the key. Aoli ai for collecting rnnts and for pnnhr J or of rwl Irniti of every description, at Admlnlntrator, Onardim, money on mortgage and on ool- latual. for Cheqne of London. CheaaM for good in all of the HUGH H.HAMtrt, PiMldent HcflSY 8. Li Vice President, F. Qtnmtx, TreM Wi" tin G. MOOBB, Hugh H. T N. Adums, Bogeu, Barker OnmTnere, Jr., Jvxtt Bnchnnun, A. Often H. B 8. Tittle, T. B. Rlsdon, 15 float State IIA n JIUS MAN Bought panto of AUKklOAN AND TAILORING 00, nonld not how rnnrh wind whiitltd 't '-I1- Wt art clothing Hi. BL3! TAILOR-MADE GLOilliNA At mart 1 Phlladtlphfs pri Onr u t to-dar 8AMPT.K OvKKOOArS fut worth ind our HAHPI.K tia, for for Ckmrn't Baiti OvtrcoiU. OLOlrJiNG OBDFR. li V t ht- IB dvl witk, rlfht to ttt A M 8 {Ws SSbr ORDERS PflOHPILT alltNDED TO. 140 FOEMIBLT TELEPHONE N. J, Cet i BJark Dress Goods for Suiiuiier wear, in Clairette, Nun's Veiliog, Camel hair Grenadine these are In all wool In silk and wool beautiful Grenadines, MoMis, Gloriosa and Lace Hcunciog Lace stripe wool Batiste. A choice as ortment of styles in the last black Lace Lawns. Sateens, Ginghams, Challies and Cambrics la great variety of qualities styles TRIMMINGS AND NcrnuNs. Grandest display of Trimmings. No- Fancy Goods, Hosiery, Glovei and Undeiirear ever before "howu In ty, condoling of almoat every- thing that goes to make up flisUcl-- rtore, tuoh u Zephjra, Wool, Jewelry, Chsnllle Ornaments, fringe, Buttons, Gimps, Oollan, OufTe, RmbrolderlM, Folto, Me Puwdera, Soaps, Cpmbt, Nail and Tooth Rj.nhei. I I All the leading of OlM Li Innlndlng the ralebiatvd 0. P, Oku_l All the moel dwlraMa of UnderwMf for and ChlldiAU H.lf, M Hcartat Horino Gooda aftOl th.t 3. 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