Trenton Times, July 17, 1890

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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey NO. PflLITIPAL WORLD I CHAPLEAUS SENTENCE COMMUTED VI11. IHE Business of the Ohio Republi- can State Convention. DEMOCHA1S 1IH.I AT NASHVILLE. Congressman Ktn -ttiidu thai....an of the Peimsjlvunlii Ucuioiriilli State tomuilt- Uio Jifiiitiun Mill Support the FurnifiR Vlllunco Tieket In CLEVHANP O luly Kepubli can state eonveivtion reiloininated Hou Daniel I KJUII for tbe pjbition of secre- tary of til ite b} a i lam itiou Judge Thad- deus A Aliuehall Has nominated by accla- mation for the supreme judgehhip The nomii) ition of a candidate for the board of public works brought out the ouly contest of the da} C A 1 lickmger and Frank McCollocti [lated m nomination and a of_thc jTOuntieB began Before it was half finished everybody present knew that McC olloi h vvonld be nominated.and Flick inger s name was w ithdrawn McColloch w" titan uommiie-by itoola matlou The Platform Adopted. The only business then remaining was the adoption of a platform, and Congress- man Aioore, the chairman of the committee on resolutions, presented a report which after indorsing the Republican national platform of 1888 and the administration of President HarriMjii paid ex Governor For aker a eomplmieiit bv declaring his last administration to hav e been w ise judicious and economical The platlorm indorsed Che silver bitl aud the federal tlections bill and demanded protection fin Amtnean wool It de- nounced the eminent, fav ored libei ill pensions and wound up with a resolution of HOI row at the death of the Republican p irty s first leader. Gen John C Fremont Vfter the platform had been adopted the com ention adjourned toraker the life of the Convention. Governor iunker who was made chairman of the convention was the prin cipal figure throughout the business of the convention itEout presence the convention would have been a vcrj -qmet affair In u lorn; speech upon accepting the chnirmmship, Mr Foraker wannly sounded the yiaises ut -Blaine and Hied and the Republican representatives of Ohio in congress TKKNTON, IMUttSDAY AFTHKNOON, ,JLLY 17. 1890. COURTEOUS BRAZILIANS. TWO CMNT8 HuunnU-r Will Be the to Try Electrocution ALHAM.N JuH r vuiur Hill has commuted tin s ut n f ltsi[ h Chapleau to one of impiis jinntiit foi lift, thua leaving Keuilnlci to be tin 111st I er sou to be eketroeuttd Cli i[ ie ii wjia to lime been executed soini tun i cU week 1'he governor savs itiou for clemency is bawd tip it pett- ti n signed bj uianv of the It idnig citi u us of L Hilton com t> meln ling nuirly all the eouiitj otliei ils Ihe e ju Btroiigl} favors the iippli Hi u Ibedis tint attjrne} docs u it opp >si it Ihe twtlve jurvmeu who it mint 1 the against the defendant mi tmmously unite lu asking for a commutation the evidui eellail} mt ibllbhes the killing by the defendant vet there re mains some doubt as to the d( lee of his KUilt and tht extent of hib i sp insibility for his acts at time It mil t be con ceded that a verdict of murder m the second degiee would have been abater and more satisfactory verdict The previous gjod eharieter and ex emplary life oT the defendant should also have some weight in a ca.se ot tliHchirio- ter wliere illttcrent eolihtrnctl Jim of tire du II isUuir'hflt -all tha ividenrc fully deve'opul upon the tr al, and the defei 1 n t s case was to some exteht prejudice d tin rebv By reason of these and other have been reasonably well established before me la'n convinced that the ends of jus tice will be better subserved In a cominu tation of the sentence to imprisonment for life As will be remembered Cli ipleau killed Ira rrwm 1 ibor aneighbir with whom he had a great deal of trouble ar Platts burg N Jan 2H 18s) lab r hid re- mmilted (Jjauleau aul ridiculed him for being a pea 8 mp i renchmau IhC iQUg ACriCS uf Insults welt Cn led umr tfetywheB Tabor met i the and ordered him out of the w By w th an oath Chapleau a st ike frtm his wagon and beat Tabor s brains out TAKING LESSONS OF PHILADELPHIA THE NEWS IN BRIEF i heir Flattering Reception to the White Squadron WELCOMED BY BOOMING of The Congrat- uTaflonn of Uncle Sam Fienented to the Ken American The Squadron galled for New July 5 >EW Julv 'Ihe Heralds Rio Jauicro eoiiespoudcnt sends the following account of the reception tendered the squadron of evolution at Rio Jauiero lhe white squadron on a mission of con- gratulation aud friendship to the new republic of Brazil entered this magnificent buy June ii Kio Janiero has charming aud attractive stretches along the- shores of ltd noble harbor The surrounding hills are covered with suburban residences standing amid lofty royal" -palms, Bill- bow crwl with tropical foliage 1 he Bra- zilians attach great Importance to the visit uf the squadron, regarding It an a distinguished mark of esteem oU the part of the Lulled States Amid the Thunder of Cannon. As the squadron entered the-bay it was saluted bj tort Santa Cruz, which hoisted A Farmers' Alliance Ticket In Minnesota. ST PALI Minn July 17-TheFarmers' Alliance convention opened here yester- There vvasji_warm debate over a 'uWUm th .1 t'Tttlliancc nhould" pendent political aetion in the campaign and place a state tieket in the field There was cousldt r ible opposition to such action, several prominent, delegates contending that the better course would be to declare a platform and await tbe developments of contests between the two principal par- ties The motion was earned by a majori- ty of T) p first informal ballot on a nomination for governor was taken, and resulted m 174 votes being cast for Knute Nelson, 9S for Liooks, for Ignatius Duii nelly and others se ittering The vote for Donnelly has surprised his friends, who to was sure to lead, repeatedly declired his intention to keep out of the fleld. After this ballot, which simply indicates the temper of the dele- gates and in not divisive, the convention adjourned for the day Donnelly Loves the Farmers. In a long Ignatius Donnelly de- clared his great devotion to the cause of the farmers and defended himself against the charge of hav ing betrayed the party when he was nominated for governor two ago He unuuuueeti euat utf support with heirt and soul the ticket de- cided upon at this eonv ention, whether he headed it or not W Ewmg, of St Paul, a lawyer, made an impas aioned attack upon the "hydra headed golden dragon ani ej-claimpd. amid great applause, This bloated false and hellish iiiuuilei, demon of gigantic. wrong must die'" The whole speech wan a bitter invective against the control of legislation by capital and was di reetly at Governor Merriain, who is presi- dent of the Merchants' National bank He charged that Mernam's last election cost the banking The convention gav e Frwm a tremendous ovation as he concluded The Deadlock at Nashville NASHVILLE, lenn. July 17-The State Democratic convention took six ballots Wednesday without result Patterson and Baxter both _gamed a few votes, taken mostly from Ta} lor Buchanan, the farm- ers' candidate still leads, but has never reached his first ballot The probabilities are that today-wril -witness toeeloaoand the nomination, possibly, of an outside man Congressman Kerr Is Chalruian, HARRISBL UG, Pa July 17 Congressman James Kerr, of Clearneid, was unani- mously selected as chairman's! the Demo- cratic state committee at a meeting of the committee in this city last evening The new chairman made a speech accepting the chairmanship Senator Mount Nominated. TPBBE HAITE, Ind July 17 Re- publicans of the Indiana district havj? nnminatedSentitor A of Montgomer} county for congress on the first ballot He is a farmer and a Farmers' Alliance man Congressman nail Renomlmited. GLFVQC, Minn, luly Repub- licans of the 1 hinl Minnesota district have i-enomiuated D S Hall lor congress by nctiamation (toker SttilH foi I ui ope NMV Till} Crokor 1 amman} sailed this inormnj the steamship Columbia for Europe. Gonhorn, of Centennial fame, Blay Kuu tho World t Julr PHILUJMPHIA Julv fallowing members of f mninittu nn-prrma- ncnt ion of the rl 1 s f ur com mis ion met at the Cont eiital hotel J A Mchxnzic of Kentuckv, chairman of the committee A. 1 Kwing, of Chicago I 11 of NewYirk P A B W ledner of tlnscitj, and M B Harrison of Uuluth Thomas Cochrpn whn vvflfl rluiirnifin of the fin tnre committee of the Centenuul exhibition, met the committee and give them the benefit of Ins experience in thit under ttlfong Mr. Laipnf rjtatejljli it he had I a.1 uU inttiricn m New orTt witli Goshorn who was director general of the Centennial exhibition and that Gen Gos horn (.aid he would be here on Monday to meet the committee Mr Wwlener nlso said that he informally broached to den Goshorii the idea of his assuming the director generalship of the Chicago fair Mr Wledeuei baid that Gen Co shorn did not scorn look upon tha proposition with much favtr lhe propo- sition met with the strongest npjroval of the-memTwrs of the committee who are here and they are m hopes th U the com- mission will be able uo prevail t pon Mr (jcshorn to niidea' Le tnn work In the course of the conversation the question of Let fair open Suiidais cuose Ou this question the committee was unan- imous all ol them expressing the opinion that the exhibition should remain open on the fiist dnj of the week Mr Goshoiu impressed upon the commit- Ke the necessity of giving the director the fair absolute authority and the value of time in preparing for the exhibition 1 lilladelphla linns in Trouble Pun VULLPHIV Julj 17 ag n Anting hive been entered m ourt 1 B Coje Bros manu- icturers of hosierj ft is thought they ill make an Iheir liabilities f id to bp about iltlldOl) assLjSj. Kl Conn ew York. TWELVE KILLED AT KING'S MILLS. A last of-the Dead and JTsttneu of the Powder Explosion CINCINNATI JHily 17 is a list of the killed and injured by the explosion of powder at King s Mills Station The number twelve and are the following Mrs James Deacons, Henry Reynolds, Samuel Stephens, Mrs James Moss and child, Mrs Fred Keller and child, Will- iam Franey, brakeman, Ralph Williams, Klstun, a baby, Nick Snyder, and an unknown man The injured numbered twenty, as follows, Mrs E t, lighthisser, 122 Fastern avenue, Cincinnati scalpcut two ribs broken hurt internall} "Mrs Lieia mstun, loot and Fresh lips fioiu tlio Win Culled Henry Blodgett vv ho was n anti slavery in >v ment neni 1 tury ago an t irn st alvoeii auee aud proniintnt in meiits 4o IIJIDI tati m w ith tin u. Sears, died at Newton Mass I 89 years William Johns >n In ten by a dog thiee months u0 I diophobm at Livvtll Mass rhe jurj in the ei.se of for the murtltr of Dun 1 brother in law inlirooUvn I turned a v r lit tot not I that Meduinness shot 1} fense Kendnek P Mie Id of K I a graduate of the I mverxit) of the class of ISM has I assistant professor of moelt that institution Fre'lerii k K ippold ai-jeiu accidentally killtd at fiis I Mjrtle avenue Biotklyn bv -fired by his 1.11 The house bill t 1st nulitai} paik at hitkmi has been passed bv the sen I M i clerk lu the t ttv National liai k N "i has b en arrested en u spirae) with Gt P NI fraud tbe b ink ot nearly A number of additional b 1 at Hod Wing u-J the total death roll at pi tst A notori us toufeh" ill la, killed his wife, sho a T 111 th8 t i f a cen 1 mper u. U ,.h Hgcd H 1 IS 1- it f n 1 1 de N "l p iin i than v Ml b 11 w s olln tf (Illdl 1 tht mttal w the 1 t s' 1 I I MM I in t i 1 i li 1 at 1 mtt 1 s m as s 17- shot oiidmg I inv, v ll t u i iv lieu il lil UT n Atf, mil i len a turner poluD ltd 11 t tr msversfl a 01 t ineh square atei tli ui that of it tintst quality I thei qualities of i i t J il the VV Mtti Home. i mners uf iss latlou, lh U i i 11 I v is l n, tshiiijj n v n _ivpn a si ill ir ej li 11 ly i t dues 11} attc rnoon el m lie than 1 X) ptr u l k pi i t in the 1 1st n us bt made b} in is s i t 11} of the assoel tin kit Islington last il IK u 1 u Beaeh, ill i n tin s v t ml days, htn t (lit vv lira l mi 11 the north hi v lilt I t onff delates DUmlsfted v l J ilv 17 til L s 11 it on at a meeting iss lis Inti ms diman ling that all ex- nf u s in tin depart- i ni i mind during Cleveland B ad 111 is i ui n be office, and il il 'i phi es be filled by ex Union Hiti vv 1 are Htpubheans two (lilklrtn Binned to Death jNoifttitii nn lutv 17 no children, betvvti i I i 1 veil's old belonging to LiniDlh.) "sillivun mtl Col dieslir s t i n in the barn of Patntk Me f L1t( v M d Hi u s Hill in that plaee last 1 with fire and per- isl 1 in tht i! i ills Oolebrated Spring Slylns on then defied the police with flnall} eut his own throat c---- A case of ChinxjJ f v is be htved to be harbored ill New Two reputable phjsiuins 1 t signed the cejtilKAte_of death of J 11 i I a }oung Jerse} Clt} lad} fro i I 1 ite of the eomm u thousand le_r I i_ uf tho centipede familv th it is as n about basement houses as tbe houst. lhe in sect has htietofure been cun 1 hum- less ebb endows i I and home for ship builders Demorratie journals at 'New T ikton tmue to I rediet I i s e iriy resignation wing To aTTtn 1 IT rtnees with the mini nistrition an 1 u i ntl bill It is Raul that Henr} Cli i u the veilv N J wh 'nrrt niselt at thePennsjlv mil depot in i v I it} a few davs ato is a d( faiiln r li nip son was of Minn I 1 ..mj, to the estate ot Christian (v n I liever- ly and it is siid that the m v I is n t been aceourited for It is i f I tl it Thompson will have to ict I lui d ut bmtlsl 4 put in bis possession fi in I t tjtime during the pist fatten ve i lhe New Herald s I spondemjbivsthereisnosl i tion for the statement of D friends that he lias named a r The pope stated tin Hi must either recant unctn i confess his guilt or in so i i vv Archbishop Corrig m to bin tl fore the Vatican The residence oi Ii u Valparaiso Ind, i i Hamlett and four ehil Iren perishe 1 m the flames Mr Hamlett was ci with grief Tho black rot is d( otrnvi the ijripes In the lower part of Xeiv Jer_ y. Presidential Nominations WASHINGTON, July 1" president sent to the senate nomi t ons as follows Allured B Nettletou of Mmnesot i to be an assistant seeretarv oi the tre isury To be receivers of public i Juob R Welty of Washington i Olympia Wash, jonn B Catilu of Mui i in at ulu, Mon., George W Co k of Mont inn at Lewiston Promotions u the arm} I eut Col Marshall R M ui to a c ilouel and assistant comm irv geuei tl of subsistence, Maj Thti is C builiv m to be lieutenant colonel nil assistant c m ul Bub Hcl etf, L ill Hun r i Is ll hel fi i u 1 i ill reun iu 1 i 1 n IK li V esN for-naUvo- nlfiurs Mr Saner It 18 robable railway policy of the eminent will be modified and that the ines will be extended Faulkner's Dail Reduced L l ic N Y July 17 was made to Judge Core, of the I nited States hstrict court, to reduce the bail m the case uf James 1 anlkner, of the defunct Dans- ille National bank, from 000 to lhe judge made an order redu( ing the ball to

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