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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. VIII. NO. ?361. TKKNTON, WKDNKBDAY AU'l'KKNOON, JULY 9. 1890. TWO CWlS IKF WEIK. WEIR DEFEAlS CONNOR. An Fasy Victory for the Belfast Spider. IT WAS GAINED IN THREE ROUNDS Came Into the Ulng with a Confl- deat Smile Which Never Left Connur W wt Knocked Iitseuslble by Bight Huuder In the Jaw BurrALO N Y July Weir of Boatot known aa the and James Connor, instructor of the Buf falo Athletic club, fought before people at the Erie County Athletic Tdub rooms night for a purse of of which went-to the loser Two ounce gloves were used. Wdr third round, knocking Connor completely out Weir was second- ed by Tommy Warren and Ed Smith, the Denver heavy weight, and Con- nor was looked after by Mike Quinn, of Now Yoik and George Bnutoll, of Buf- falo TherBferee.waj_W1 JLgulhvan, nffl clal referee of the club Weir's Confident Smile. Promptly at 9 80 o'clock Weir stepped the1 rmg attired in green trunks nnd- red stockings- He looked as cool and con fldent as if he had come there merely to be presented with the purse, and he bronght with him a smile that never left his face throughout the contest Connor entered the ring ten minutes later amid the enthusiastic cheers of his friends He wore flesh colored trunks black hose He looked satisfied with him belt, but it could readily be seen he did not tindenate the tank lie had bufure him He chewed persistently on a piece of while Weir chewed as vivacious on a piece of straw Time was called at 9 55 o'clock, and it vyos fight fium the drop of the bell Weir's Head In Tn tho first ronnd Connor led with MR left and fell short He got Weir's head In chanwrj Wit it-counted for nothing Weir slipped in Connor's comer, but smiled and presently got in on Connor's head and stomach Both counted and Weir got in again with a right bander on the mouth. Connor let him have two stingers on the face, but just as the round closed Weir landed twice in on Connor's ncse with telling effect. weirs Good Generalship. In the second ronnd Connor landed BAV- on Weir's neck. Weir swung with left and caught Connor on the chest. Connor missed an upper cut, which would ave played havoc with the spider I'anced around the ring and finally slipped on a slight push. Weir displayed generalship and crowded Connor to the ropes, rapping him hard. Weir had best of the ronnd, although Connor ilan up well Connor Knocked Oat. In the third ronnd Weir continued circuit tricks and kept the crowd in a good humor Weirs left eye showed a black result of a vicious blow from Connor's right in the first round. Weir kept on dancing and making many funny moves calculated to disconcert Connor Connor only smiled, but before anybody fairly realized the situation Connor lay atretched on his hack from a hard straight (boulder blow from Weir's right Blood oozed from his chin where the blow had caught him The heart ot Connor partisan beat violently when it was seen that Connof was Hay-ed, and when Printell rushed into tho ring and pir-tad up fallen pugilist a Cij of "fuui" wbut up from Weir's corner Never aald the spider, "give him plenty of time." Connor struggled to his feet only to receive another right handed on the jaw which sent him dowu uuconRcioiia His When he cubing to, weir went uter to shake hands with him and Connor Ac- cepted the proffered hand. Those ten sec- onds had passed very quickly, and the crowd which was prepared to stay nntil TiJMfltghl to soc- It as compulki to file out with the conviction that their man had been fairly vanquished Before the fight Connor awwrted thin would be his last battle, but his friends think he will not retire until he ha another chance at Weir Flint Workers lleet. BATT'MnHu July The flint workers are m session here On Tucnday President W J Smith, of Pitteburgr Resident J F Hinckley, of Philadelphia, Secretary Dillon read their report The secretary'" mpnrt shnwnd the organiz tion had gained numerically and since the last convention The present mem- bership is a gain of 600 Today the delegates went to Fairview on an mon "VVhilo BiUnor, oi Pittebnre, was presented with a gold henuvd couc, "ml Delegate Cbarln 4 -bo- gast, of Pittsburg, received a silver cup tne School Ship bttratoga Damaged. LONDON July 9 Philadelphia nauti- cal school ship Saratoga, while leaving Plymouth harbor for Southampton, struck Dnke rock She was backed off in a few minutes and anchored It is believed that the damage to the vessel, if any, is only trifling A Bandit Captnred MEXICO, July 9 dispatch from Pai ras Coahuila, says that a sheriff from Texas has effected the captur" nf fjrtnrmnna, Ihe a raid on Interna- tional .all.uad .station! at Pastora The POWOEB Absolutely vitro. Mt of all in Itftvemng strength. 17. Report, August 17, lONOON'S LAROR TROUBLES rollrnlueu Only (let or For Notes July U meeting! of jolltemen wcrt held luesda) the chief 'tuturoof HhlihwaH tbe. ion dlKpluVfMl by the rneu toqiutrrtil among themselves It IB esidtiit that wlmtr little of the spirit of organisation their movement has disup reared aiiQ tin entire force is at sixes aud me ringleader are blaming one auotBer for the failure of the attempted strike and the younger nieu are berating ;lieir for iiot supfiorting thtin at the critical time Ihe men on dutj are rent leHH and uutleu It m true tile} ate to all outward appearances orders with their customary promptness but theiliscl [jllue of tlie force has wcnounlj shaken Ihe wit-er counsels of the are ing great mflueuce their jouuyer fellows The older meu fear to engage in a strike nnd strongl) deprecate any such movement leat it shall alienate the sym pathyof the public from the real griev- ances of the police whicn will ultimately be if the HlBcrilo not them- es unworthy. policemnn have cided not to combine with the postmen, melr owu biuue chante offered the police 000 if they would m their attempts to brjng about a general strike, but the offer was refused. The not without sympathisers In parliament in their efforts to better their condition Mr Pickersgill, member for Southwest Bethnal Green points out that the ordinary dockman, at sixpence (twelve cents) an_hour If he worked the ordinary number of hours that a 18 on duty, would receive more pay thin many of the constables Ihe metropolitan police receive Irom twenty four to thirtj shillings (J6 to a wttk and tho city police an average of two shillings more than the metropolitan I be clerks and foremen emplojed on the London have combined and threaten to strike for higher wages They iwsert that their average less than those of the ordinary dock laborers and this is nn doubtedly true Another disorderly mob gathered in Bow street list night and there were ugly rushes during the evening but the mounted police sufficed to preserve a-semblatfce of order At 10 o'clock the police cleared and occupied taverns about Bow street, auesting sixteen persons The m ib made furious attempts to rescue the nnrl four I badly injured missiles It is estimated that 800 constables were on duty in the vicinity, but the majority were withdrawn after hen the excitement subsided Starving Clomkmakers Parade NEW IOBK July At 3 o'clock the striking clo ikmnkers accompanied by the cutters and contractors and preceded by a platoon of police commenced their warm march About 20CO men were in line under the command of Secretary Garside, of the International Cloakmakers union, and Arthur Dale chairman of the Consoli- dated Cloakmakers The prOCcaAluulAtd ncie occuiupauied b; a track laden with tanks containing ice water and carried pasteboard placards 'which bore the inscriptions Aid for the Striking Cloakmakern, Ice Water, Only One Qnart to a Family "Our Cloak- m ikers' Parade, Thanks to Public Sym pat by The men conducted themselves in a orderly manner To Test Maine's Boycott Law DOVER N H July 9 Vival, shoe manufacturers of Me., have caused two of their workmen to be arrested and placed under t2 000 bonds for uhe next term of court to test the new law MI Maine against conspiracy to boycott and to prev ent non union men from w ork ing H C Moulton, general organizer, hiis gone to Springvale and it is reported that Fogg Vnal will have him auested if he interferes They the Scale PoirsviLTF Pa., July The amalga- mated has boon signed by the Potts- .111.- Iiuil and Steel wurtS NEWS IN BRIEF. Fresh Tips from the Wires Carefully Called The Missouri Republican state conven boa will be held Aug Governor Hill bis granted requisition papers to Rhode Island authorities for the return to Providence of Nettie Clark, who forged a tb.OOU check and to New York, n here she was apprehended. At norlet   uud Kittr H i Dobtou 4 1 _ 0 1 (1 0 ritL burn Ba.ii- hits B ilon I' 1 Ittstmn; t> friura oblou 1 1 tisl ITL. liatt rie luk Bun limn unj lacker tieti-i- n Ulld Bel ue t All Ilia MI a l a 111) In 1001013019 Luc- ui ml 00001.10-1 Bawl II 111 IT Cm in Lr i mill r rs II u 1 u 111 U liru k CTi V Iftl S liro I Ij n b I 1 Us t I oil i Liiummt uta l-urotiiauii lutlerloa IOOtJOOOOO-1 430040000-7 ud (J Brook i Lrrors Bain I r ol Iji 1 L ir utliers aud Cltirk I 1 h At Hr Brookliu 2 Oi I ago 00801 1 u 0 8 Ba e h ts B u klyn 4 ChlcaK 11 Errors Brookiju 5 Chicago 4. 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Over 600 trf Fursdr at Milwaukee Mliw iu KEE Wis July 9 supreme lodge of Knights of Pythias was welcomed to the citj by Mayor Peck Governor Heard and Grand Chancellor Hoskina J P T in ton, ol JohilsUju, Pa ie.buou.ded. After the reception the supreme lodge convened at West Side Turner hall Supreme Vice Chancellor Shaw presiding The annual report shows that the or8er had a member ship at the close of 1889 of 2B3.847, and now about 275 000 In treasuries of Grand lodges suborlinate lodges, Ohio has gamel most largely, members, Indiana, 3 -40 South Car -o'itm's is highest, 47 97, Colcr rado, 4605 Vice Chancellor George B Shaw, of hau Claire is will undoubt- edly be elected supreme chancellor IherewillTje a hard on the ques- tion of crushing out local innurance com panics connected with grand lodges Un questionably the grandest procession, civic or "vpr seen in thin city woe the parade of uniform rank aud non uni fonu knights that took place in Milwaukee in the afternoon It took two hours for the procession to pass a gn en point Care- ful estimates by Pj thian officers M well as 'by weirposted military men and place the number of men in line at over The unifoi m rank men in line num bered 6 000 nearly every regiment in the United States and Canada being re presented As the vast column moved dowu Grand avenue and brigade after brigade fell-m from si'ln streets, a giander sceae-of gltttcrjng pageantry could iiol bo The only affiir of tht kind that equaled it was the one by unif rmed knights in Cincinnati three jtars ago which Gen Sherman renewed and pronounced the finest since the close- of war Ihere were at that time 10000 WL line Gen Carnshan and staff reviewed the marching honto One of the interesting features of the parade was the appearance for the first time in the history oj tue_Qrd.er of the so called non uniformed knights, knighta be- longing to the rank and file of the order Ihis novel feature nns under command of Col J A assisted by an able corps of aides and est rttd by the fourth battalion commanded b) Col Falk 8ftHO I Ui A Is that impurity of tlio 1 lood which produces uiisljhtly ot Kunlltogn in which causes running snrca un tlio anus, legs, or leet, vvhlch develops ulcers In the eyes, earBtornose, causing deafness, which Is tho origin of pimples, bah cerous growths, or which, fasten ing upon the lungs, causes consumption and death It Is the most ancient of all diseases, and very few persons are entirely ttm Irom It How Can It Be By taking Hood 9 Sarsaparll'a, which, by cum l, has proven Itself to be a potent and peculiar medicine (or this disease If you suffer from 117 Sar'ipi-l'lft. Every spring my wife and children have been troubled with scrofula, my little boy, three TC.il.-i old, being a tm.lLla milTumr. Last spring he wai one mass of sores from head to feet we all took Hood's Sarsaparllla, and all have been cured of the suiufula. My little boy Is entirely free from sores, and all four of my children look bright and healthy W B AiujtRTON, Paasaic City, N J. Hood's viarsaparilla SoldbymlldruHBiata Preparadonlj by G I HOOD A CO, Lowell, 100 Doses One Dollar A fc >0 OOO Ntu lork tire in I lU I lire bull hug 141Cliuinl is u l i d bj Barron (Si Co h il rs Un ire par tialh burni 1 11 l i I 1 un I ill linn units t Jl r f if tho _wisrtli I i s; I cfr an 1 U> lit K) ud Icphniiv. liiiini I ft f in i h in tcrr iptl jn f i n i K it n in 1 c niidtr "1 ll- luai tl) LtlL t n p u 1th. 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N B Our goods are very best MWJUUfl'S BEST SERIAL A Story of the Social life, of our Army. 1WO II Now RTinnltxj IN mi" I'Ar- ii ON PA8E FOUR, KING OF COCOAS--" ROYAL COCOA FACTORY." Kings art, but mt n but ill men are not kings 1 here fore, when the- FfiHui f savs, as he-did by deed of August 12, 1889 that he ib _gn pleased with VANIIOUHN'SKUUUA, j "BEST GOES I anil uitirel) unsohtitcl grintb the manufacturers) tl t b It right of ling their u jrks the Cocoa a sii; nifkancc attaches, to the act which would not lit L not. .every a kinp- Umbrella and j Bmporlnm ---if- IN THK C1IIY, ups' Celebrated Spring Rtylna now on IIAI Ifi HtAro atrnor IIAi> Tills MAN Bonght panto of tht) AMERICAN (JLOlHINa AND TAILORING CO, ht would not hivt cared how mnrh wind whittled thiough hn coat taili. 'y We cluthing tht Mtn, Childrti witk tht BFB! TAHOR-MADF GLOlHING At much than Phijaddphia pnctx. 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