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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. VIII. NO. 2327. LEE'S 81AIUE UNVEILED Richmond's Streets Filled witt Marching Thousands COM-iDHim M MIROt'S Thi I ilerestiiiK Kiel-rises at the Imell ing of the Li.e Statue Th Stus and stiiptH and Sturs and Bar 1 I HI I'.-ii, Side b, Side K 11 Maj th stn s >f K chmond echo with the tread o mud g thousands the U uk o the si u mid the roll of the drum an heard i i oery Mdc and again the brigh umfor us the booming of artillerj aud thi saving of bauuen t-tir the pulses o the multitude that turoi g th f streets But t h i jsaber is sheathed the drum muffled the cannon robbe< of its death deal IDK.shell and thi marcMg t h o u sands with harm leas weapons an( sorrowful heart J F IOHNSTON march on to di honor to one of the leaders of the 'los cause ibe Confederite colors decorat< the ho ses and public buildings and glean hut a 1 there along the hue but they n< defiance to the stars am st-ie liilud the stars and stripes an( the ht is tml barq HUM peacefully side bj side den 1 lUhugh I ee chief marshal o the pa ad( when asked his opinion abou the us of Confederate decorations said sentiment and Nothing More "I tl ink house m Richmond ough toflv the Confederate colors Of coursi al1 sensible men understand that the wa and that we are perfectly lojal t< thi United States and tha the Confederate colors now mean only i sentin t nt 1 he Confederation decoration mean that we honor those v, ho led us ane therefore shed their blood for more J' 1'tte Great Parade. All the morning the streets were packet with people, uniformed and in citizen's dress waiting expectantly for the com menoement of the exercises at the dedica tion of Gen Robert E Lee's statue Th< paradt w is an immense affair miles long and it began to move about noon Gen. GEN I.OrEItT E LEF Fitzhugh Lee a nephew of Robert E Lei and late governor of Virginia, was chiel marshal of the parade His chief of stafl was Gen John R Cooke and the latter f aides were the gentlemen who served him in that capacity while he was ernor Ihe ceremonies are entirely in charge ol R E Lee camp No I, Confederate veter ans, and its various efficient committees The parade was by far the largest seen ID the south since the end of the war Features of the Parade Gen Wade Hampton commanded cavalry and Gen Harrj Heath the infant- rj One of the greatest features of the day was the presence hereof Longstreet, one ol the most gallant officers In the Confederate servirc who tendered an ovation It was Longsti t who checked the onward march of the I nion forces at the battle o) en Pines nhichnas the first fight be- fore Richmond in 18o2 Lougstreet was popular in Richmond during the war and he still has the affec tions of the people Among the othei notables pr sent were Gen P G T Beau iLn'urd G n A B Fleming, Governoi Richardson of bouth Governoi Gordon of Geoi ,5111 Gen Jubal A Earlj and many others Many military organi THE I K.B STATUK rations representing the states of Virginia, West Virginia Mainland, Mississippi, Alalmnm, jSorth and South Carolina and the District of Columbia were represented The most noticeable bodies in line the Fifth Maryland regiment, the Wash ington Light artllleiy of Orleans and the cadets from the Virginia Military in statute and the Washington and Loo uni terait} Gem Lee and 8taff. Gen Lee, chief marshal, wore a blact suit, silk hat and buff sash His wore the same uniform, except that theii sashes were white All surviving bngadiei generals and a large number of other Con federate officers had been invited to serv< in this capacity, nnd about fifty accept anceswere received Biig Gen Charles J Anderson commanded all uniformed Iro ips i. en Anderson and his staff were at lieiid of this division The members of hit were Col I Lnne Sttrn, imistnnl inspector inral Col Chares O n mdnamc olTIotr Mn) i t it it uit- n-ni o nl Mjp Tho pin rr fnlonn tilnt In r blnnil I mnriinanr nnUr-rraItl an m n 0 Indoedjhnt fiw pnrponsprnlrpo iioin It Fortunately, however, wn Imve In Ss.vtparllla tbe moot potent remedy ever for tbla teulble amictlon. John H Diuncfo issist.tnt lusfiector gat eral Mnj H M Jnekson chsplidn Maj M I) Hot-v siiinxu dipt Fre Iarctt The order of the paride was as follows The police at the head of the column th all band of Staunton marshal am assistants distinguished guests in ear riages itions troops ic societies the fire department etc Ihe route of maich w is Broad from Adams to Nineteenth Uu nte to Mam thence to lentil thence (past den Lee war time residence) up iraukliu to thi monument giounds Vmid of ArtllleM the grounds McKmney presi lentof the I ee Monument association called tlu meeting to order and prajer wa) offered by the Charles Minne gerode of Ale andm rector of St Pauls church in this who waa th pastor of Tefteison D u is i id of Gen Lee I f imlies Ihe then mtroduce( Lieut Gen P irlj the surviving rank officer of the Arm) of Northern Yir gma who made a shoit addrass At its close Geu Joseph E Johnstoi pulled a hahard and removed the covering the statue amid sah os of artillery The oration w is delnered by Col Arche Anderson who chief uf staff of Gen Johnston ihehwim How J inn a loun dAtion the Loid 'was thei sung At the close of the exercises the eteran and artillery, who together numbered sev eral thousind dined at the grounds win re themihtarj be quarter ed while here This there will be a great dis play of drew 01 ks on the monument groundi and the mihtarj officers will bi banqueted at the armor} bj the offacejTS o the First regiment ROYALTY BUNCOED Sir Robert Peel Entertains a Bogus New loik Detective NEW Maj McDeiuiott alias Russell was arrested last night al Delmonico s where he w is dining with Sil Robert Peel and another wealth] Englishman Clifford lalbot who though! their friend was Inspector Bjrues chie) detectne That was what he told then when he made their acquaintance aboarc the Aurama and he impressed them as e very brilliant man So he is in his way He promised to intioduce them to all thi lead ing people of i hey enter tamed him in fine and were surprisec when two detectnes walked into Delmoni co s and arrested their stylish friend was formerly a cabdnver After being arrested for svi mdling his em plojers he changed his name to Russell and becoming an insurance swindled the New "i ork Life Insurance company oul of His next exploit was to gam thi affections of a rich widow, Mrs Thayer, ol Munse} V Y whom he swindled out ol tl 250 lo eacapc arrest for this he fled to Europe It while returning that h  ontfrlnr wodpco of ft complaint Ihftt i pmvo f brnnon rv Blight cold, which n o oof-AyernCherry Pectoral might mod nl the comrkjeneement It wonld oo well, therefore, to keep this remedy within reach at all times. I'KKNTON, T1IUK8DAY AFTKKNOON, MAY 29, 1890. LIQUOR AND I HE SlAlE Local Police Powers Versus Interstate Commerce TO V D1CISION The Hill Subjecting Imported Liquors ti Lauti of tile States bj tilt Immediate Legislation L ImperatUo to Mr 1-aulkner WV-IIINCT N Maj In the senate Mr Sherman from the committee on foreigi affairs leiortcd an amendment to bi offered to the consular aud diplomatic ap proprmtion 1 ill authorizing the presiden to carrj into effect theiecommendationso the mtei national conference bj the ap pomtmeiit (by and with the consent of thi senate) of the commissioners to represen the Lnited States in the intercontmenta railwaj ccmimifasion whose compensatioi is to be paid from the fund contributed b' the nations interested, also tO detail fron the arm} and navy such ofhcers as may b. be spared without detriment to the sen ici to sen e as> engineers under such comnus sion m making a sun cj (their expenses t< be paid by the and appropn atmg as the share of the Unitet States of the expenses of such commissio and survey The TlQiior Bill Ihe senate bill subjecting importei liquors to the laws of the state was again taken up and Mr Morgan madi an argumcut against its constitutionality He did not bclune m any legislation of i general chuiatter bv congress that hadi local and pecuhai operation Uniformity o legislation v, as a pre requisite but the bil now before the senate could not possibl' have a general and uniform bearing amonj the states Ihe right of free traffic be tween states was the very life blood a society Ihe pending bill was one enible a state to interfere by its legislatioi with the right of its people to use arden spirits That might not be a valuable right It might be one that ought to bi restrained bv law He believed that if tht supremo court had taken from the begin nmg a proper v lew of the question then would not e been the slightest difficult} in according to the states the full assump tion of their police powers for the contro of the traffic and use of intoxicants He for one should not give his vote to enabli any state legislature to become a legisla tne tnbuual to carry out (like a terntona legislature) under the consent of congrest rights which he thought it had under th. constitution A Virginia Opinion Mr Faulkner expressed himself as h favor of doing something, of passing somi bill that nould relieve the situation whicl now confronted congress Ihe questior had been discussed as if it only affectee Iowa and other prohibitory states but il affected all those states m which the sys tern of high license and of local option pre vailed Ihe decision of the supreme coup involved tl e question whether or not i state could collect a revenue from the 11 cense 85 stem or could permit its citizens U have local option or could prohibit th  29 1 he convention of the German Catholic societies has ad- jounudsn die Resolutions vveiejtdopt- edderlnun itthe sense of tht convention that tl Burnett lav ail its attendant piternil spirit Infringes upon the con SCIPIKPS (f th  ilK de penu ng rn a or inactive xmdition of thp KIDIRS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is ti most evcell'-nt remedy known to "LEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY cue is H I f> nr ous I Jted PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP. HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW one is tiding it and all ire delighted it ASK YOUR DHUGGIST FOR n tf JL-l U MANUFACTUHFU ONLf UY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAH (Mi ANGHiT.Q CAMKKA'S GENERAL TONFECTIOVEEY, KTui'S. i-tc. Superfine Cream Chocolatea a specialty An immense assortment of achous, Lozon ges, Drops Cough Landies Nut andics Car amels, Mixtaies, Penny Goods Turkish Candles, French t reams, French Olacos, etc Prices moderate 205 SOUTH BROAD STRElTl, NEXT TO BEOAD bTEEET BANK ANGELO CAMERA, Psop Ihe latest novelties out in Ladies' and Children s fast colored, best quality hose among which please note following famous absolutely fast dyes The Y 8 F the Star, the Daisy and Gloria Dye which chal leu ges the whole world for its eipal in quality and eitremely low prices The reduced prices are 20 and 25c and upwards Oar next novelty are new styles just out in Children s Hats and Caps, to which we pay especial study and always had the name of selecting the prettiest, handsomest assortment of Infanta' and Children B Caps and Hats Handsome Hate reduced to 25c and upwards Fans Fans I Fans! All styles made, along with Buck les, Poiket books, Corsets fine tarn brlc Underwear Underwear Ribbons, Gloves of every descnp tion, Mitte, Parasols and fine Umbrellas is our grand specialty We keep only the very best made and tan Umbrellas, along with Umbrellas, and are daily receiving new styles at lower than truly city prices Look at them Call and be convinced I .1 I i 1, OPPOSITE CITY HALL The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., TKBNTON, N. J. Transacts a general banking bnsinooo. Allows Interest on subject to check at sight Benta boxes of various s'zes In Its Are and bnrglir proof vaults, the renter exclusively keeping the key M agent for collating rents and for purchase or sale of real estate Vxecntes trusts of every description, as Fxecntor, Administrator, Guardian, Trui- tre, etc Loani money on mortgage and on col- Agents for Cheque Bank of London. Cheques for sale, good in all parts of the World. HCOH H. HAMIII, President HiHBTS Li IILE, Vice President. ABA F. SKIKM, Secretary. ODMIBE, Ja., Treasurer. O HOOBI, Cashier. EURO H. Hamill, T N. Adams, Hairy Bogen, Inker Oummere, Jr James Buchanan, Boebllng, Owen H. Locke, H. 8 T.ittle, L B Bltdon, Dickinson, J R Gaskill, Idward Grant Cook, IMmqndC. Hill, Umbrella and TWO HI5ST UKRiSY IN TBE CUY, mans' Celebrated Spring Styles now on Sale .fj.lt- IIATTKK, 15 Hast State HIE ALMIGIIlY liOLLAK Was never so mighty as it is this season in purchasing Cloth- ing. Our and Suits are cut in the latest styles and made in our usual neat and careful manner. Ihey are great bargains at these prices. A. C. Yatcs Co. AXES I 6th and Chestnut Sts. STOKES) I3th and Chestnut Sts. HAD MAN Bonght hid pante of the AMFRICAN vljuil: AND TAILOEING CO., hi would not havs bow mnrh wind whutled th ongh hit coat art clothing the Bo'i and witk the but il TAILOR-MADE CIQTIIINQ At ranch than Phlladilphla pnc_. Our u i to-day 8AMPT P OVJSKCOAKi for 99M, worth and J14, and onr SAMPLE worth J13, H3 and for for Children's _ Snita aid Orercokti. UUWH1NG MADE lV OKDEB. Rtmiinber, eon is the b_U in to with, aid couie right along to U ORDERS PROMPTLr AHENDED TO. f W tSsfJ 8lKEKr- BTEltn N. J. 1 jj" TELEPHONE i RIMMING ANP Grandest display of Trimmings, No- tions, Fancy Goods, Hosiery. (Hovel and Underwear ever before shown in this city, consisting of almoet over; thing that goes to make up a first-clwf 
                            

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