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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               feia, VOL. VIII. NO. 9367. CRKNTON, WRDNKSDAY AFTKRNOON, JULY 16. 1890. CHARGES AGAINST RAUM A Bitter Attack on the Pension Bureau MR I I I __ :l Sldl ail Inter, i of TuimenKi Di It ll Is HI anil 1 un 11 I nil DM Mis s I I ll I the entire i1 iv i l 1 propnatmt IM I i i 1 of (Ml) cleiks in the III--1 I used as tin f a 1 travakauce jf aj j i i Hi recentlj male against mm issit mr Kanra n, 1 tli i il sir tl n -I I e llll vv is pisstd Dmiif.tl llscus- Mfin Mr ttnckeij (M j h n_  p nbions until afti r the It lied it 1 l 1 I 1 Ml M 1 I I si In s] t i i i I l Mr ten d 1 in 1 il tl j n ment oi IIIIH i t ij I e in us M tes L i f i i i 1 til 1 I tie il IM I lu is I f, it i illt t li li ll 1 j i I i tl 1st Iiu u I 1 i II ik Ml I 1 tl t 11 1. il- l II rliel II 111 I r. SB 11 I ill l 1 n I II li. I I t f .11 I v I i Ut i f ml i I on li bill s j is id u i JOE' i 1 1 e t l n Mr Cuttheon (Mich in iuir d whether Mr Ddtkery had nuvdr il t th it tl q propna tions alread) made vv jul 1 r ill )t nsion claims which be a Ij i 1 i'i 1 hi fire the nest sessi n jf Jr Mr 1J replied that I e vvas n 11 ill 1 upjn t) p iss on that questir n Mr ifiln ris that it was a time hull reJ cust iu to bring in adefleieucj bill tin 1 i "il liurrau Mr l I ex prc licit 1 tli it the next congress will bi ill 1 II s ipn aion deficiency of n t 1 s 11 i t JUO Mr bnloeflenn Ith uphill it f my Jnerta.se of f new is ..null i tl t p nsion bureau it noull be vii 11 I au ri i u tl i> truth of the eh iri> s ill d in Mr ]J er s resolution thit tl e mi i n r jf pensions had ch ine.ul ll rilit flheili partment in the inter t f a u it toruey in this citv It 111 I n illf that the pensiuii ollm w tt from bottom t) top He 1 If bill vel tint the office H li c rr ij tiou in every department Mr I 1) Iivl did not 1115 m n b r 1 11 a nnht to make sueh miamuiis eh ir_ mist an executive ofTfi'tr If h w r i mm of courage he would m ike an uh 1iv it Mr Hijoe Talks 1 (.lit Mr Enloe s ihTttiit Win nCntTeman wanted to find out whether i n I h was a man Of Courage all TH Tml f So w-us-to fie muter pcrs n ilh Hi fur thersaulthat everv oth r uepirtimnt r bureaaofthe frnirumfnt win crniluetH] on business prmeip es in 1 vv is t n to in vestigation The pens nn bur 11 seemed to be something sacred or sunn 11 i rotten He believed that the re ison tin bureau had "it been ir vi st ife I w is Iff anse t f its rottenness Mr r I 1 n 1 he was ready to prne In lure it Jinpit ntconi mittee that the charu wu true and would proNe that the c inn i i jn r of pen CloriR had outrageoualj h id uut a ruling in behalf ot a firm of pension He was favorable to the appropn ition made by the bill, but he believe 1 that_i' the com misiloner of pensions would devote his time to the governmt nt busim ss f jr which he was paid msteid of bee nun, president andnmiHiger-of a institution there would be no ne tsstv fjr such a large number of clerks Ihelur iiu should be admluistereil h noth and li chirked before the that that was not the case Mr Cannon Defends Mr Blum Mr Cannon said that tits p irtj would provide for the deb s of the vernmcnt As to the statements made the gentle man from Indiana he w H n t iw-ire until last Fndny that a i u ?a tion bad been intro luced If he (Mr Can Don) had introduied the resiluti n a tear- ing being in progress he wunl 1 wait until it had been completed Mr C er replied that the committee ou mil s after hearing hin statement had adjourn 1 to mitt next Monday, but it did not meet because of the of Mr Cannon and o her mem bers Mr Cannon said that he was aK-ent Monday for the first time in eighroJn years It might be that the of the pension bureau WHS eon up' u! ll e n-vme of no witness had menu u It show I ft, and if itwaauriupt It sh utrtlJrs TRU j Mr Cannon had an a< quamtance nf tw enty years with Gixen B Ra un and if lie had fallen under tempt ition he w is loath to condemn him until proof was show n Charges IBaliiBt Oilier OfflteiK Mr Rogers (Ark) asked win the com mittee_on rules h nl not taken iction ou the resolution for the im estimation of federal m Oklahoma Mr said -that-he  ind others to influ i KB the grind to el itsiotejn tl e Jjjntli I 1 1 u 1 sh otmg c( e Mr O l ilh I I l) 1 ul rn i nil indict- n nit i Tl Mi Ki bins till was also it tint iuuie (111 l S Will "V lulj Hi TuUo Nash h is i fisul t) limit tin will f the lute (in lestirB laulkir to piol lite 1 mm til listim nj Hkcn it was i i li nt (tilt uctlur lustiiunelit had bu i i uttd a I ilns i mi us to 1 aiilki u s I ith and 1 i en spnitul aw 1 be will Tml I rp bite lit (ill tin gtnmil s pi t i i Mis-Miirmn with whom hi lin I Ined, and ilm suntiub is lu le 1 his w low Inul Siillhlmiv Tnl kid flftr NfAT Voih Inl) In hi II i ilil tli it t IIP Helmut, hen eoriisp m li n i lie tvvun Stintiry Blum anl I rl Mils 1 nrj lisilosis Hi it tint nt (in stipe f the nigjti it sli liv sal 1 tint tho lust ntvvs of i n ,npon a Hntisli 8 al in j v i ssi 1 wonl t l t thn n si 1110111 s jit nets ai 1 i it 1 n k un star lim I IKM iw, and IKS) w nl 1 n t 11 t il ci iti 1 in t tl u 1 sislel -j is tl ej buked out upon n where rlp[ ling waves i in UK ekei} t r f Nnn lnj CMI ing Ihe 1 n the con f tl i i ells a lie] to the s 1 mi m of a 1 n win h wirt be for C tten Iw tl ree rt si lints of Red V me, u st P m ssing an 1 the anguish of tin n intn it fi ends has driven some of thju. t il ij Is Itic boJiesjjf sjme of tic list n it Ijcirecon led f i HeveraF ilijs as (lie) a ive floate 1 down is the Mississippi. lie-dead ri-emered thus far numb ri unite to IlaiHe the Bodlefl Ihe attemi t to ri c ver the bodies by cnnni mi Hi _ n tl e si e 1 I 11 I jjiuve a sueiess uiiils if Ivminute will bi 1 1 it the bcene of the disaster It is bi 1 i 1 t h it bv this me ins the lake vi ill le f n 1 to Rive up Us dead The siines il jnt, the roal from the Milage to tht bill (I i win n oit [Itiful mid k us 11 f i u le presented at the 1 taih wasafruhtl 1 ne Ihe row of lead bod its uns) r nl 1 nnd h in, there stiff and fitlrfe the siit rf tl f O3 the-j n irnht 1 t i kw irl in 1 f rv inl keeping tin tr wil I i k an 1 tin 1 land i 1 f ices of relitnti ftl> liil illi inbint 1 to m ike ni tl) it ti IIP cm ni v r i fT u e from thf me i r r i s of those wl o w tnesst 1 it Y ffr n rs j ir) is sittmc, as a mere f innlitv 1 it it is not t to find a hi i sitif nal vei Int tl ou_h "Wcthern is i) ih 1 n nn i-l for not ordtrmg his pilot to sin i tl f int j the isconsm shore ui s" ms tht j, lie pn lelung draphlc Storv I N Hivr 11 f Vrijht Minn was on tie ill fit 1 si n rwhtn she tnrnel oier Hi t llstlef II w nt, story There wire j ist _1 n tin st im r when she egan her trip n tt biat was about in the n idille rf the lake the wind dead ahead an U mi; great cuns The cap tun eM len h benmimK slip u ted to th pil t Holl her to the isconsm nh pil rt sturktohifl st nolilv but- in vef-rm_? re unrl the vessel cinpht the win 1 on 1 r un anlafiern iu itttttaiy fireem 1 b ttomupwarl Hit -s ne was simplr awful "Words cannrf 1 q i it Ivdepct the of the mult tnli thus precipitatid into the seetninpr raiililrnn into which the usually peart fu] 1 ike had been lashed by the fury of thf_win 1 __ Their Pitiful Shrieks of Despair From the witer scores of women and childnn up d last shriek of despiir as tht   hiu ofliuulh i the steamer Phil v ilphu Mi I u l the builder red IMS MJJ 1100 as IT i i i fo extra b! fed Ihe NH reme i uncil of tl eiican Orlerof NU un j-nyneers has Ij iruel Jefferson "i in Jr of li kiln was elected supre n lutf engine i v. Vv K id lev of I, tit i S aeni r i ster me thanie di B Simeallle I d im N tr istee Charki the last uf tl L i.ev ork tji 1! al lern i n 1 i it irnec fr m Can id in Hew is tted tt i- OOObnl Ihe New Hotel Mtn s i itiin electid the f Hjwini. oflttrs I i lent D Cilrils New jrk vi j leut f, I el u 1 lin el an ton t in I H J Kxkvvell ictary A. Kfstkrins inv I he i ati ni il i itive i om i i jf the Mine t rli r I i jn t f r i will biingsuils in Ul II f tlsfu fthe nienwl j I t tl i i lives in tit n it Dun! ir the compam f i m e ich c LSC I L T C W K 1 ill and F d lilsn tli f Boston wer Ir v mil bv the t t f tl c jaeht Mar John 1) colltctor u t mil le an i t. utisellor lames 1 i X r TTivefmi the A lelptri ht tcl one of tile teadn _ I tejs of that i Dnrint, irice fight at Oak i{ la, es were sli t down bv j sse 61 white men Nils u I ,i M In I M I I i t r st Vmerl i t I v li K t the de 1 it t I ii.iu i IT il v 1 I ue so thor o in 1 i' I u nitnibi r til II t t if il be v 11 I I I v 1 n n a and llll i v i sh rt LliU. I Jl t I Ills ITIT! II It I t I s U ll Wl I I 1 I 1 I I si 1 tl 1 iui II I 1 it 1 w il 1 1 1 r tl 1 I ire uf 11 -u t l v 1 l[ in 1 tint 1 ,111 i th t i i 5 t I i v th it v n in t i 11 ill l i I md killtd S! ilh i. Ni >i I 11 Vluimil Nl v "l I Iv 1 I nl m cable t I 1 1 1 I I i siiv that the III n i I II is i use f fur a n t 1 1 v Iik inpst v the N n u 1 it 1 I i k 1! lie lush bit 1) It I ill 1 U H) fur expenses I 1 I ri! i 1 tli I n si mi I Ui. has h I I t t l t Vmt-rlc i and if p s il 1 I t I i k U ipstv for the nil i ille 1 impi nslup of the world Tin 11 u i Jjirudfi t in Illtv 11 "Thirty sit orgaiT is] un i rttd in the Maenuerehor par In n in 1 wi re Iw itled by a plfttoon of i li I 11 v 1 1 v (trin 1 Marshal John Kehltrni 1 hi fif Nuiff andastilfif t 11 t ur men The line of in n b H is tl iu tho principal ttrecti of tl e citv an 1 i ist tli Bntterfleld house w h re tin lini vv is i vi vvt d and dismissed 1 n unl i of v King Geimanswere unill t t ik pait n a untof the heat Air vv 1 f betvvi n t iw and 7 000 Msited Ltii L irk in tin afternoon where the pi me is nil 1 An Vssihsln Vrresteil. "Vv i N hii) department of sta is inf nni tl i f the arrest of Mmas II ho nssn MTI itn 1 tlic w Ife f the Kev John N in Amiriean missionarj in Nilmis I i IN i n Mav 14 last Minus w is i ti i 1 tr in tit missijn school and had j 1st 1 n 1 s i ss 1 fr mi his place for unpr prc luct Ihe arrest of Minas was maiuli 1m tu the effluent action of theBiitishe nsul general at Tabriz Col C F irt before whom he will be Irought tr trial To Meet I'rinre OeorKe of N N Tub 16-H M N Belle- roplion 1 is silled fur bt Johns F to meet tl i Ihrn b commanded bv Prince f Wales is expected there in a f davs v NIT lolnf Koss and Maj Mansvll wi le at ail rophfl ihinsl jin is and Canada will remit v MIS at New) oit K I TWO CKNTB MOST APPETIZING EASILY DIGESTED. 1 I r II l ILN-, pi icss renders tbt.ii  ro iluhle I ban of thr uumeroui 1ml tat In (not L a gouera ad 11 t I H I ne R il u i ft u test w 11 easily protelthat notXAw con f j a n tu a Iitvoit >i H ut I t) nnre a) y lasta and nulritire joal ties. Largest i the d Ask f r AS H TEN S VM T4KE VO OTHIB. Oelebrated Spring Blyles now on Hale Tpiinp't'ipp DemocratH Meet Tenn4 Inly 16-The State Demoemtic cnmeutTiiu assembled here at u ion Tl p-lttform mrtorses the admmls trations of drmerCIeveland anil Governor R B Taj lor antl condemns the Repubhom party for offenses and for its ittpmpt to pass a federal election law to HiKimler a conflict between the races of the south for its utter disregard of the wlll_of the people in unaeatinR duly and legalh elected Democratic lives and its siiimelessness of denying the of stite'iood to territories fully quail fied to admission hv the number o! their citizens bee mse are Democratic It denounces the MiKmley bill and the 1m portatmn of pauper labor Due ballot was tnlren fur ernor nj follows Buchnnanr 7Y) Bixtir 21" Tailor 177 Patterson, 870 Adjourned for the day Pnlrt U150 but Got >o Hive" PBOMIUNIF R I Tuly 16 Miss Geor giaua ftckitift a waitress in Sutton's restaurant, has been nr restetl bv I'mtrtl Stntpi Deputy Mirshal Black of lliiulnmton chartctil with using the niftih fraudulently It w alleged thit with one Cohen of Bmghamton, h Y n ho claims to be her husb md has been conducting ft bjgns matrimonial ng ncj Commissioner Dougl iss named lull but the prisoner bomg unable to fur lush it was t ikon to Bmghamton Men in Alontiu id nm th it they sunk tlW in the but i lit uuel no wives lour Miners Killed l 's D luly 1C Three mm trs I lin Hut flit mis B Bunney and Ritbiii 1 I win killed Inesdavby the timbcisKiMiiK way after a blnst in the Itiiihliind mine tieiu Ijead it; Another mini was killid in an accident in the mine in tho afttrnnt n JS V TIIR Cnpnl7fil lulj ir-Ihe steam tug Pearl wns ami sunk In Tnblcc pon4 dun UK n si Mil stm m luesday and Capt riauk Hr vvn 1 H van (Iron nod Sev tral tleil its w n but their occu pants esrii] I A Minneapolis File MiNNt u M li ue feton vv ire house of the N unity companv was eutirel) destrov 1 tv lire last totjethei with it tei U SpontaneiJiifc combustion was tie tine Ihe upper 41 iors were wit li iL.ru ul tural implen ems in 1 n he f urth fl >or were 500 t us of bin tyme A three stor} adj was crushed by the walls I ha building was built m and- cost noui there is JdjOQO insurppnig'r join, was oceapijMis the third bv the illiam company the fourth bj the Apple ton Manufacturing companv the fifth and mrth by general storage and the seventh by furniture The total loss is JS15 000, m sured m foreign companies President Morton Still in Jail NEW YORK, Julv 16-r Iward Morton, president of the p xport limber compiny, now under anest had 1 ecu engaged in various operations in itertowu, is Yft70o City Miss Memphis and otter western aud southern cit is previous to his starting the New York company His career is slid to hav F bee u Tr Tailed one The Western National bank on whose complaint the arrest was made, loaned Morton certain sums of mont y secured by forlylbree carloads of lunibersald to be worth 000 It H clawied that the pledged lumber was shipped to foreign countries without the knowledge or consent of the bank lha bank iraes for Morton la still m jail A That "r. nlaiBO "-alg- NEW ior-K July 16-The New York T5tar7s ashingtou corn pondcnfe- tele- graphs that journal as follows It is ac cepted as a fact at the statt department that Mr Blame a retiremi nt from an ad ministration with whose p Ucy he so radi cally disagrees will he aim uncedjust as soon as the McKmlt-r bill passes an! 15 Tilaat State Rtroef Jills MAN Blaiue will probablv make that tts, ocoa siontogive full pubhutv to his reciprocity views iu an emphatic m u icr sueh aa offi cial del ir He will enter the field for 1WU ariueU ip a pie against both President Hirrnsou and Speaker Kcod" He W n O i I i H lonihor DFSMoists Ii 1 -Professor Nor man Dnnshee of Di K niveisit) died uddenlj lure Inlj 1 fr n heart dlsi lie He was (rarflel 1 s Latin an 1 Greek teacher at Hiram college .iet c- THE I AXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE OF THE FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Con'intd wi'h the medicinal of phnts known to be niO'-t beneficial to the human Si stem formmi? an agreeable and tltcme hxatne to pemia- rute Knhitual Const! pition and the n anj ills de- pending on a -neak or inactive onehtiou of tue JtlONPYS, LIVER ftND BOWELS. Ins tl irost excellent remedy linown to "LEKNSE THE SYSTEM I s iUl o r Of bO r PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING 8LIEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW Ever} one is using it and all delighted w ith it ASK YOUR DRUQQIST FOR Tf -X J-tlJ JL.- -JE- MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYKUP CO. o, CAL, W YORK Bought fan of AMFRICAN UlXHalNQ TATT-ORING 00, ht wonld not 1 mnch tht wind fthuUtd thiongh hii We cloth'ng tht BVJI >nd OhildrtB nitk tht but BE8! TAILOR-MADE CIO IH ING At mnrh 1 than Our gitti HAMpT.P QVK RCOAT8 for 99, worth 112, ou 8AMPT.F 8DHH, wtrth for foi Ohildrtn'i Knit and Snito nd CLOTHING MADE TO OitDEK. P-ui.urUr, Ii tki btet honit in tkt r dn1 niik, ctmt right to A M ni 10 i C i A Rio Oar warren St. LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS We have purcliased the store North of us and intend to build on the two lots Iho linust oloro in ircnLon! mnit gtt nd of onr itook to do thin, thtnfon, RHADY-MAUli CLOTHING I iffe largest of SUPERFINE CRFAM C InielheflnBat made In the U 8 will be found at i. i i i iNl i i 1 'N T.O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, ace so u j. M SS.OA B N J Fancy Frultnr Joe ream Soitft Waterloo Cream Sodas Nil Ik Shakes Lemonade ftc aUiiiBon hand and the best that can be had and made These are facts Prices convenl entlorall latest Novelties MuiiCl 1ANT TAH OlHNG iji IN LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S ioli Parasols Worila cannot express tho gratitude which people feel lor the benefit done them bi Ilin uso of Ayer 8 SBrsnparllla LonR Ktamllng cnsen of rheumatism yield to this remeily when nil others fall to give relief Thin med lolne thoroughly expels the poison from tho I blood. i The market Is flooded with decoctions under the name of Bool Beer Why should you ex perlmenton such goods when the genuine i Hires Root Beer can be had It Is known to be a safe and healthful temperance drink The Importance of purifvlng tlio Wood can- not be overestimated fir without pure blood jou cinnot enjoy 1 health At this season nearly evrry one ncedi a good medicine to p If, and cnrloh the Wood and Hooil s S imparllla Is worthy vour confluence It Is 1 In "'at It strengthens ami hullds in the creates an appetite, and tones tho digestion, while It eradicates disease GH nit a trial Hood s Barsaparllla Is by all Prepared by C I Hood Co Lowell, Mass 100 Doses One Dollar Al almost First Cu6t Prices along with a new arrival of all styles Sun Umbrellas for tho hot weather, one of which Sun Umbrel Iftfl eviry Iftdy should have Also a new arrival of now Embroideries and FlouuclnRB nf the very finest material and workmanship at such prices as are below anything over heard of Again, wo have received another big lot of those beautif il Children a Hats and Caps, for the salo of which wo have such a wide reputation as this Go to Walll! for a Child s Hat and It will look twice as handsome again jnat on ac- count of the stylish hat1 lust received three caios more of our ?an7ons Jftstlolor Hosiery and many Nov cities for the vacation time OPPOSITE CITY HAI L. N B goods are positively warranted very beat Jl'j UON, ORFFNR TTAMMOND EanlM YOUNG LADIFH in COUNTINa BOOM tu KXFKKIKNCKI3 SUCCKSSFUT CAfAKT.li, WOKKKKS. NO 8MA11ERING, NO NON-ESSEN HALS, NO NONSENSE in Ito OF TRAINING Mod.rn M.thorti, Sncoiuful I.d.Tidn.l AtUntum, hotorj Progrsu. The Shorthand Department for Kqntnng .kill in RAPID AND Er.ni.g 01- I la Shorthand BBQINS 3d. i THOMAS J tflEWART, PnmOtPAr, Box 587, N. J. .T t- 1 1O and 12 South Greene Street, Advertise YOUR WAN rs IN ri'IMK8.   

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