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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               Mtf y i vou VLIL NCX A JEWEL THIEF CAUGHl. He Stole from the Duchess of Eduili IMF 1'OIM S I -HIM. Ill M1H Atthoiit.li VV JIllHl JT .11 I I li Hi u Hi r i N i rdml u 1 win 11 tint I i t h ii_l tUi th i I he tit tun I' H eutinh 11 pi mil) I Hid M il i the sti H, of tin i ml j citi7in In 1 Blim b nl 1 i 1 niHiiut di tlinian j AMli n Scimt first hi ir 1 Smith hud him si i 1 and ntun 1 h it proti.it 1 h M i when bis 1 L i fOldlii-5 Jimmv i thi M-. f i i win fouuj i T a (111 unit f HUUl ILS 11 1 s 1 i 1 h 13. SUBSIDIES FOR SHIPS Hull Serv- f 1 i 1 -U M phpd wttlr s of lin fraud n jiui i r-t linns Til. lilt t Ma> in the pining i h ted i i n n r, Hid jsc 1 es LI jok 1i justi i Mi d on iltr n an H is ,t 1 h is the f a ten 1 ird -I iited 11 and ibr >ad I i In lie M 1 1 ut i MI( irb I 1 v evpirt i 1 (11 1 Ke u urn t, n u listed 11 1 luby 1 i ill} sup a Oil1 i in v. for rKKNTON, TIIUKODAY AH-l'KKNOON, JULY 3. 1890. I HE STANDARD BEARERS i t (lie HI" nml the Oeea lit Kill In the s. ii lit V, Jul) J 1 hi senate passed V i a r PI Is bill to _pr M b_ ll t dil vuj of liuid pltents t tin li 7 f 1 MIIIS Hi said that time MXHI bind pattnta me uinulaU 1 in tbo i il 1 in I otliiu f r tb s (iititkd T On in 1 H! mil applied tlmr attiiiftv firm 1 Washington attointjs had bit n pi runt tid t havi lists iiiuk of them that they I ad tht n loiiiimiiiiuitid with pi rioiiH en lltlrdtn tluiir tliat thii i illicit tbiir pattuts for tliLiu on the nt of u fet 1 Ins an i t of c il Iiisi n bet n ei n-the a! iht intJ-uinmissi iner was then assistant secritir) of the n ti rior acting as a coiniiiisslonu and tho liw linn and the bill was to fi isliate that job ll thicU thc-ficintar) "f thtMllt-fllor to send to the uiorder of deeds m laih i )im Kin "hub lands so pitented lie lists of tin Ian Is patented in that cuiriitj which live been in the land ofllee uncalled for [or UveLvti uioutbji T he senate then receded from its amend u nits to thi legislative appioprllltlon bill 1 ke simfte then proceeded to the consul eriti n of senate brill rrport-eu fr m tin committee on romim ree place tin tuereh nit nmriiie engaged in trade upon in equality with tint f itbir nations and to provide for oeian mail servile between thei ulted Mates and foreigns ports and to promote roiiimerie Mr rrje spoke as U bjth bills explaining the nr-.t as a biuntj on t i nigp 1 i all ships sail or hieam wo id i! u or stci 1 of a certain class and that 1 b( ink a vir> pi rfect reqiiln in nt It was the bill agreed upon In the Map pint, hoicm otution of the I states and had beiu verj Urgelj and endorsed Mr that the oiiniii siomr if "foil estimiud its i st for the fust year at about {.iiXOOOO in 1 its lost f r three or fo ir }i irs at 1100 or t> 000 (MXJ but Mr Jrjl thought the cist m five or six sears would be f 000 000 Patfison Black Nominated by the Democrats LACII MON ON Hit HKSf BVLLOT. HOII nil mi it I u AV J-H the Iiitui mil "Barrlay of rlttsbum, juiiiKe for Secretary of -1 x Governor Pattlson'i Hi toil llm I lutform in Full PdtAM N Tulv was late Wednes a_fttn u Ix fore nominations were eallid at the Democratic state conven- tion pirmaiiint Chairman Harrlty had did ml cirrud the credential com Tlllttci sr J It tl It tbp Wnlr rnlinty sitr luig un 1 jiiU sin (.delegates be each given a iial f v ot e I u 1 Orv is of Cento county, nominated allaee In a short speech The mere mention of Mr Wai s Judge Orvis said brings to the mind of ery one the record ot hll life' 1 -1 A h i I OMM I ilv 1 elei m n at 1 in v i -B nil i) f 1 tltr Ihivaeincj w i i Of Mr VA N -an T w !i i vv ishtd j t t 1 siH 11 v thi_ki il t Ujlll 1-1 pensati n 1 l il just bif re tin i dr ippul b} tl v as follows %Ii I) i 'vll Vi i -h- i r i C-iiue I il ird I i Came w is ill f I I b} a v te if -a Ainsvv jrth the H Tilt I Dpi P. II ROMI- II 11 the pope is u hi i I on a fixed look N I vanij, 1 tbi v i lect remains s n i r s J Ihen is n f that tne 111 e is I i American usu i in Uebri si i 1 i into the Jii Igmuit i r peal of Dr H it I Corngau of N i whole matter will iti i teen dav s LOMX N I i telegraph olh i of 1 persons n 1 t the luv it ill n f tl t. the postal Jill tlte thej grjine 1 f i t groanid for 1J t t a protest t nianda for the in n tlon r 1 i Hid Cf Juh u-MuJid i vi li 1 i 11 n GmifH jn T i I wasarrtste 1 in It i this cit) m eh i _e 1 i fessed that he conn nil n ntiry iltt i in h lite i n iti jn I i jnl-t I s IJU i stf 1 t CJII u. id were tew ILS .1 1 Iti Mr Mr 1 1II11SS I II Ml llltl 1 1 MI) nf li tikeu I n, h il i till lutel rt port Vnjo- T i in ution need eiu the dp- VteliljHliop e i t i i 3 I he i s eiet fur eigh '-e C entral 1 u eu on i h r of f el uring J 1 also i il H ukes as t f their de- f tliur condl li t 1 1 he other bill was a postal subsi 1} bill u 1 authorize 1 the postmaster general to iiiakiT ntl-uts- nfttr th tin J mt-st bidder for the carrvmg of I uiti I Stiles mai s on Vmiriiin vessels It pr for f nr f Ymiriiau Ihe f ctTis vvis to be of ni t less th ifi (XXI tons me isurement c ip ibli of" Gn mt lining a speed of twentv knots an h ur was to m ilit r c irrv iii, the mails belwppn Um il -tatts 1 (mat Britain on that class of ls-1 Is Hi I nglish ships he Slid were not -so well built is the American ships He had 10 tint if tin bill became aliw there would be in three years aline lie twiin New and Liverpool A hue f fi nr ships under the bill would cost  fl fc r the first class It would be Jess than   Dr k fill islei i levelled the nan i-of Will tm H( nsel and Senator Brown f rk i um H hdtinrevF Black. Mich id Kv i" of PI ilaklplui seconded the l n it i f Mr I attisi n in an able rpiub v indi itwl KFiit enthusiasm Arthur 11 at her f Plnla Idphia seconded the nomii iti n jf Mr Wallace Nomina- tions for virnor then closed and Chair- man Han it ordered the calling of the roll.- _ -v llr Pattium >omlnated. It wis known bi fi re theTaH call was flnisbi 1 that Pittisjn ha 1 been nominated and there n ire loud cheers by the Pattison men The ch tirniHii announced allftce s vote fii-t Pattls m s vote was an- nonncel thtc nvinti nwentcrary Chair- man mrritv ami i i tl the coireited bal lot as foil ws Pattison Jxl M illace 132 bright 11 Hensil H Black 10 not voting 1 George McGowan, of Phila- delphii moved to make unainni u-- an 1 it was carried amid the greatest Chairman Harnty then aniKiineed as the next thing in order the nomination of a candidate for lieuten- ant goieiuor Thbie were loud cries of 1 Black "The Nomination of Black John J Malonev of Philadelphia, nom- inated Chniincej F Black saying there seemed to be a desire for the old ticket of 1882 Mr cteel of Lelngh, nominated Robert F right F Collins nom- inated Hon Hannibal K Sloane, of In- diana county Ihe roll call was immediately ordered The vote was verj close the net result be- ing a maj mty for Black The vote was Brazil and was kept up bj mail pay from_ Bullishness of favorite ipollBmen its over- throw is a necessary prerequisite to the ac- complishment of any vital reform Peuu eylvuniH the seat of the most ottuiidve ex hibltion of those evils, ought t be male the Kunujmede of no balolul a inimur No reform can be expected from the authors and apologists of the evils uoinjit to be re formed Our hope in this be in that o( patriotism, which knavvs iiu party disalhed from the nubile willaie m those nith whom 11, foie party and In that good sense ind good purpose which ever Inspires the hearts of the masses of the people under Democratic Institutions Fidelity Promised In conclusion be e shouljl have no arts but manly arts, an 1 upon these alone should we stnnd n cannot and ought not to compete with our opponents in the malign and sinister lutluuiccs upon which their present management solely rahes for retaining the corruptly and pmPl "Jed If, 1 venture confidentially to hope victory shall crown our endeavors and jour choice shall be ratiflid b} the peopli I pledge you unswerving fidelity to the interests of the comtuouvvealttrand the dntiis of the ofliee that In this way the success of Democracy and good government ma} go hand in hand The Platfo.ui In full The platform In full is as follows The Democracy of Pennsylvania b> tl eir rep- resentatives In state convent! n a-swrnibl J re- newiog their former pledges of fidelity anil de- votion to their swred right! of the tlu! states do declare First-Taut ballot reform Is nee essary and to this en 1 we recommeul the ad ptlou of biiih a as the Australian ballot law Second That tariff reform is neies-u-y In or der that 1 oth producers and couburners may be relieved from the buiden of unnecessary tATa tlon Thlrd-That and local reform Is necessary In order that the frrcmmtj municipal and ton-nship purposes may be equitably ad justed and the unjust discrimination against tnnd remedied Praise for Mr. Cleveland the law requiring that the am- pins In the state treasury shall be invested in state or United States Jxmds must be observed and executed e invite comparison ot the courage fidelity and integilty ot the alnmilntration of Otovpr Cleveland with the dup lutv and corrupt surroundings of the present federal administration Concerning 31 S Quay Blith The silence ot M S Quay under the charges whkh have been made against him il uUfeh the public pieisiau uul} be iiittrpixtcd as a of hls pii'lt and his retention of a seat In the L nited States senate refusing to demand a legal investigation of these iharges is a national bcandal We accept tl e issue of Quaj ism as now tendered by the Hepub nan state committee and convention __--_ ATI arraism the Kepul lican party U its usurpation of power m the admi listiation of the federal government for plac i g m the chair of the house a speaker has be n enabled by them to become a dictator and to power ifIt-glKtatfng-ful the 11- fthewhole po pie ttwregftrd of tb provlbl HH of the civil service law which the president of its choice was solemnly pledged o s ij i jrt for its ceaseless efforts to promo e heitional strife disturb the business tranquilitj of the coun try for its lavish and reckless expenditure of public moneys for its passage through the house of representatives of a tariff bill v. I lull increases the tares on necessaries reduces only those laid, upon luxuries 1> calculated to promote and foster trusts We also arraign the Kepublican party for Its fall lire to enforce the laws against 'he importation of contract and pauper lab for its attempt to a federal election law designed to excite a race war for Its discrimination and legislation gainst tho agricultural mkeroiiUi which haa gieatly reduced the value of farmland for its indifference to the rights f labor its defeat of l i Hill Miu Itr r I r I Mob with Kiiolieri LFEUS Julv i Vm broke all the g is w wmljvs md tired re- volvers at the pohct. boiheis suppressed the disoidi r MAINE DEMOCRATS They AlCtsTi Mi and embt} I l the Denioerntic r Ihompson i II mi L, ruul luh -i II ne hundred k it -r w ir i At M e i M.UII Mr P Frank of Poitlaul j n I 1 Ihe con vention spent tht tine till l n m dls cussing the nisi rti n in lie jlitf rmof a resolution sub to tl i i li a0 un tho quest) in of linn ji piobil ition The Inti n w 111] li 1 after a storm} debate bj i v te 11 H to fi Fol lowing this vote ill mil' Hi inpsou of Belfast was nominated lot t veiuor by acclamation To Smotlur (lie lline Tire JJLNBM Jlllv i llll work of smotliernig or i. Ktin the lire in the Hill Bairn mm b i t iiiiniLiKid Ihe mine cannot be 11 i 1 u d smothering the flames is ill l1 it 11 1 1< nt It la thought tb n is il i vv i i nvliith tho property vv ill In f 11 v u n in 1 that is to shut up tin liun inh p i 11 m walls of brick 15} loniinni-, it in this manner part of the v nn w bub h is HIM i beiu got at will be within r li lit iirmtr sin- quest will hi fjn Mnnjiiv 1 lii-C i pr will ttj niid-te vvol fjum-Llii Tnat. What is most u d llnreinw i H hit for the twent} onewilins ml s nn sivum orphans of tin va i 1 io ion Nivv K li Iv I I s i i m hit- ney and luiiu j n j n m fum tbiii European trip vi st i r la im I vv nt to thi IF Newport c tt ig t 11) li lntni} tho rumor tint he is to b omi th le 11 r of T n, n in i i f, il Absolutely A cream of baking powder High eat of til In leavening strength TT, B, Gov- Report, August 17, 1889. _ ernment The Pacific Mail could not compete with he subsi line of the Canadian Pacific mil wotil I have to disappear Unless con T ss did something soon there would not JL u Hilton the Amir! in 11 U 1 he American carr} ing trade he ml WHS dead for the want of protection It was the only great American industry if which this could be said Our coastwise r ule was protected with the result that u r ist v ise freight was larger than the use fleets of the whole world audoui i eights were the lowest cilculation which he had made as he difference in cost of operation between he steamship Alliance of the Brazilian irn.   were in order Patrick Foley, of Al- legheny nominated H Barclay, of and said that a soldier wai needed on the ticket and he hoped the nomination would be made b) acclama tion Thi re nere several seconds to the nommatuu and Mr Barclay was nomi- nated unanimously by acclamation. Mr Pattlaon B Speech A committee soon returned with the suc- cessful aspirant for the gubernatorial nom- ination and he vv as greeted with thunder- ous applause After thanking the conven- tion MX PaUlboii said I'i.k" choice of an untrammele3 convention such as this is no light distinction -I esteem your ai-liou theiefoie at its highest worth when I treat it as registering the expressed will of tbi Democratic masses whom you repnsuit rather than the irksome and despotic bihiht of an arrogant master Ihus viiuul I nitat with all sincerity mv grateful appreciation of your act In as signing me to the post of leadership m the contest v ou now inaugurate on behalf of the peopk of the commonwealth to rescue their goM-runuut and politics from nn wortbjjuid selush dictation Ihe IXrnocr itn but assumes 1U and historic position when tt espotisis the c uise of the man) against the selfish mtiiests of the few Its )ears of greatest v i0or and supremacy were those when it w is most faithful to the instincts ot us nri.in .and the rjpnuples of its founders Ibepmodof its weakness and defeat was thi time also of its shameful desertion of those primary and universal truths vv Inch made it for so manyj ears peculiar guardian of the Interests of the whole people Us Highly "Ihenfore inspired and warned bj the pmtrM.-ustt0AV resolve thnt keep- ing in view tin commonwealth and "53 tire sole end of gouinment and the only ex cuseofput) the Democrats of Penn sylvamiir will if again intrusted with power by the people prove that in our hands their lights their their causes will suffer no detriment Inspired b) a mission so noble, con fronted b) a duty so paramount we should hiy aside all personal rivalries and ambi tlons and concentrate all the legitimate resources of and individual Effort to tin acini v ement of success Fora time in manly competition for the honors of tlf partv vnien of the convention ru ailed us to our duties Democr its find as patriots Tlie Rppnhllctui Party A prominent Republican official on the threshold of office once gave expression to the wise sentiment He serves his party best who scrvps 1m country best' Hecog tin truth by whomsoever uttered, pre nrmign the present mnmisenient of the Hepubluau pail) fur 1U (mthlessness to this principle and for its inability as at present orgatnyed and inspired to minister to tlie welfare oT the whole people 'Dominated by a few artful and recklesi noliticlans find nanderinrr to the -aeil "nd Until the blood is cleansed of Impnrltleilt Is nseless to attempt the cure of any disease. Rheumatism, which Is traceable to an acid In the blood, hM been eured, In numerous wines, by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, ex- ternal treatment being ol no avail. Importance of f ug the Wood can- not oe -Mr pure blood yon enjoy neain- Xf thin season nearly nccfls a gooa pTitfi TOOT confidence It is to tnat tt strengthens and builds up the m creates an appetite, tones the digestion, while It eradicates disease. Hood's Sarsaparllla Is sold by nil drtigglsl. Prepared by C. I Hood ft Co, Lowell, Mass. 100 Dose? Dollar ANHKT.6 CAMERA'S 8KNBKAL ICONFK17110NEET, u J.-J.TI, N u to. Snperflne Cream ChpooliitM a specialty An immense of Cachoos, Loien Drew. Nut imelB, Mixtures, Penny Goods, Tnrktal French French Olaces, etc Prices moderate BOB SOUltt -BBUAl) STEni'.T.rNFXT TO BEOAITBTRRKTBANK i CAMERA, PEOP The highest conit In the ladles my onr Jumbo QHootnut for sice preparation beats them all Onr for Baltimore Heaters i Our stove andhfcgg for cellar heaters hard hot and lusting Try a ton of onr NO. 2 CHKSTNUT. EGG AND STOVE FOB BAKING t 8PEOIAT.1Y. Broken Egg, Pea, Bnokwheat and Soft Coal for manufacturing purposes on hand. Kleck find Kindling Wooi to suit lode Wiloon 1 h i 1 ea f uur put L) M j J si f lU i, p t I i l ti i !j s i, nfll i IV Ot Ll f 1 i inn t r ifm ti til, rn i_ i 1 il rffuna-. U IH i la 1 f a nil ted 1 I n Umbrella and TWO CKN'lD Emporium Youi'iftnn1 Celebrated Spring IIATTHH, 15 s nn r U r I elegant form THE I AXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE C. F Tl E FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combiner! fli'h the medicinal MrtiK-i of pi nits known to be most btm.fn.nl to the human EjstLin ftrmmg in and tBtitue. 1 ixitui toyenna- ntnt'> turL II ibitu il Coiihti pation and the in un ills de pending on a or mactue ondit'on of tup RIONfYS, LIVER ftNO BOWELS. It is t rn t excellent rcmedj It n own to "LFItKF THF. SYSTEM EFFECTUALM One ij I d or Canst piled PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH ind STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW one is using it and all are delighted with it ASK YOUR DRUOG ST FOR IIA13 'J1IH4 MAN hie of tht AMERICAN OLOIHISG ATTD TAILORING CO, would not bow ranch tht wind whistled thionifh co WIi. Wt clothing tht Mtn, Boyi Ctiildi TlU tht txit BEST TAILOR-MADE CLOlllINQ At mnch Philadtlphia Our g, to SAMPLE OVEKCOATS for worth oar 8AMPI.K worth for 99 for Okildrtn'i Knu Snita Orucoita CLOTHING MADE it) OKDFk Kemtmhtr, oari n tht btat hoaie tht tt witk, comt right ilong to I (J A. N" Cor. warren St. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Af row N v. ll not now nor JIM ttere erer Boon H sure cares u DICKINSON'S MwuIOlNnlS. Twenty years experience The finest male- mil, the skillful componnrtlng "BATflAM F BONKSET for Coughs Colds, Croup and rthma FEVEE AND AQDB AND MAI ARTA URR 'PERUVIAN BASK the appetliei and strengthener Twenty-one s IKY THKM 2OQ j. B. KOBEN8ACK, K teecond. LQOK OUT BARGAINS We have purchased the store North of us and intend to build-on the two lots Ihc lincsf 8lore in Ircnton! Wt must gut rid of onr stock to do thin, therefort, RliADY-MADIi CLOTHING! W v 'N i i i INJ c c K Y PHll ADKl PHIA PA. The leading specialist In Yontufol Imprn- ence Yonng men coutumplatfTig send for valuable Medical Book. 8mt on receipt of 2c slump CuunulUUonhoun 8A.M H112P, M 6um6P M nntUBP M. 01 id 6fi flnrs-ys. Latest Novelties LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S lylish I'arasols MERCHANT TAIMJHINU BTD FirotCoot Pnees; along with a new arrival of all TTmbrellas for he hot weather, one of which Snn TJmbiel as every lady should have Also a new arrival of now Emlroidertes Flouncings of the very finest material and workmanship at such prices as are below anything ever heard of Again, we have received another big lot of those beautif il bildren a Hats and for the Bale of which wo have aucb a wlde_ reputation as thi Go to Walln for a Child s Hat and It will look twice as handsomo again just on ac mnt of the stylish hut' Just received thruo cases our Fast CoTor Ho'Tery and" many Nov eltles for the vacition time w rj-, OPPOSITE CITY HALL. N B goods are positively warranted very best the Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment 10 NOR1H GREENE SlREFl. -TRIMMING NOTK3NS. ESaniBS-w STAx- TKKN10N N J Transacts a general banking bnsiness Allows interest on cash deposits subject to chock at sight Bents boxes of various B 701 in Its lire and borglsr proof vaults tho renter exclusively keeping tho koy Acts as agent for collecting rents and for purchase or sale of real estate Executes uvuiy (iMcrlptlon, as Eiecntor, Administrator, Guardian, Trns tee etc Loans money on mortgage and on col lateral Agents for Cheque Dank of London Cheques for sale, good in all parts of the wor'd, HrjOH H. HAMIIL, President HENRY 8 I ITTLB, Vice_President. ABA F 8K.TRM Secretary BARKra WITMKRE JB. Treasurer WILLIAM G MOORB, Cashier. DIRKOTOM Hngh H Hamlll, T N Adams, Barker Gnmmoro, Esq, Harry Rogers, Barker Gnmmore, Jr James Wash'n A Roebling, Owen H Locke, H S Little, L B Elsdon, B Meredith Dickinson, J B Gasklll. Edward Grant Cook, Edmund C Hill, 8. Tart, Grandest display of Trimmings, No- tions, Fanny Goods, Hosiery, Gloyei and tJndeiwoai before shown In this city, consisting of almost thing that goes to make up a first clasi such as Zephyrs, Germantown Shetland Floss, Ribbons, jeweliy, Chenille Ornaments, Fancy Fringe, Fancy Tidies, Buttons, Gimps, Collars, Uutfs, I-aces, Kmbroideriei, Felts, t ace Powders, Soaps Perfumes, OomUi, a, Nail and Tooth n LI I I All the leading makes of Including the celebrated C. P Ferris Waists for Lsdieg Ml-a All the moat desirable mAVas of Underwear for T-adies, Genla Children Camels Hair, Medicated Scarlet Natural Wool and Gooda a full assortment and at will be satisfactory to all DO, 12H inroad St. STJfiWAKT HAMMOND! YOUNG LADIKH GENTLEMFr? 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