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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. viri. NO. 2370. TKKNTON, 8ATUUDAY AFTKKNOOX, .JULY 19. 1890. TWO CRN1S WESTERN UNION'S FIRE. Four Floors of the Great New York Office Gutted. THt M is MAItEV" The iphli stnhe of the lulled 8tuten nppti ii KeBcue of I J i ilium finm the r.uuf ol the s( I n< I 11t Nl w "1 K luh II UK fin In tin big Western 1 i n l 1 _i ij h I ml hug 1 nday prt M d t) i Lli ml as tin and ex puisne a hi is New nk h is suffered in u lout u in i he fut that thousands uf run s Lit t elite led that the Aa- I Li -i J Pt' f[ i- i <-ri''I f THI H H Ml i Ml l-f T I't --s ulncli DLUS from all pirt-p uf the t r i h jut tlit day and night, h 1 1 it4 quirt r-, HI the eighth flour, and that hundrulsof men nud women were couota tit h tuipljuil intln t uilding, combined leu 1 tht (onil it ion  1 is I_MII nn i in m or t M n r mt j i 1 j i it. TL JP U rt I iti MIS th 1 ni i -.t n tht U pr In f this mirtrv an 1 the r-1 is rhn-ricl to irsnt such in Ofoti iti TIM a-mi n 1 fined L< to cure tn _tr i h  of the prulti N jf the I mttd itt i is F ir rn rs Mo Tih 1< P i Ii ad- icr s from Rails 1-% nidit. itt in il u in ing jndition of the irn 11 Jts 01 lirion rms wnrs d H it is hue f< r tuo taiisi it i tht. sett ions of UK -l i i vv h hdd n i ri n In some sections t'u disc tarmeis ut gntu up h h ir any crops at all Vt m t more than half of the state is tun well Altered In manj section- the firmtrs ir< iniirkt ting .r 1 fianm, thtj h no corn to fte i them ltd Hum M Mmley s r MIU in hi i ih H t iki s a -hon ilk M rr rlu 1 he ntinilii i f usetits ill n from the st inh ell n i on the in ol th mirr ue is aster uiif 1 ti be t inch 1 and thur inn U L'ruitetth in si is nt iir-t itlmiucd I tlrirti Herernart p- II nt dis( h sr the fut th it she u as not tlmf present at the rtirption ruslitd Indir tlip IK els KT luh 1 Ji ms i n i ronilnrtor li H MiKu 1 in and itil i H inson bi ikenKin all i inphnts of tne mclim ill Sontlurn win nil hi the irtitks rcpiirniK i draw b i it sul.m I'niiiiu l lames Smith b u ki rl his inline, tr b inn tnd crtislud so b itllj uuder tbt that the} will die T.HIt Humlln umi Sniu.l to >Iett III N Tiilj 14-c I Himhn of the trotter Belle. Himhn has -i itui tb U h would consent to m itch his DHL uimst the fill} Sunol foi "a ih on itri k which uould be miitnall} u i I tabh I IUH Mtati in nt tin re u nt hillengt (if Onn V Hico )ks t j nice ff r a hide A of the Foster Homo Hnrnctl NT luh lc' 1 hrnnith wmt? the loster Home for lul Inn wis burned I Most of the hildn n wrre nnt at pit; 1 rertnininR in th 'buiUt oiftly md all nh nt 100 in nun U i are ben K t irtd foi b> LOSM 000 Until mill for N I Inh 1> I he Prnio 11 UK stntL co] it ion Imsnonnmtf d lohn P Pin ana n f 11 nor a 1 imntnn Mr Biu h is tin pu nt of tin St I arm is alliirup nnrl bt n a member of t b stiff h ituie for tbie< I IM rpool 1 lo It, s, t 1 c Ni w IUKK ini it n, ir, u i tirm nf tht snpn ni rth Broad i) J M 1 mi J t ML ?1U 000 worth of dla- nion K tni jfvuln and two well filled potkitl 1 1 lit, i ittage is occupied by A KL I'M i 1 nt M rtuti and fiorge Bliss, hii p n im r s ith the 1 1 w 1 he rubbery was fust di-> utred by Mrs MurLuti and the pjhce n romptly notified A Itvuard of red The 31 was the propcrt} of Mrs Bliss The partita interested decline to make itm sliUmeiit The police refuse _auy infunn ttimi fcp R'luiit that the rob ben ts i mniuUed and that a reward of SI is d fi r the retuur> of the jemls It is said that one man is already uti kr arrtst as i suspect The Missing Jewels. The rin-'Siru jouin includes a diamond cross 4ix stjuts diamond cres- cent ith p  diamonds a clii-.tj !._! ltul. a rwit; -two -4ia- inonoS irl and siher watch chutU tint d am What thf President Says. ire Pn nt Morton sajs the theft oc curred wl ih thf famil) of 1 liss and ir Mi' su wf re it dinner He also stated that n ne of the valuables taken belonged to Morton butWLreall the property of Mr- Bu-5-s Put tlicin from a inn k Harmon H Narrow I- scape Julv Ah jrsc driven a 1 r-ir r n street, a> tl i i resident s carriage containing Mm iv u Mrs M-cKeeHiia HilirM-c- i L-'-Mntf I he runaway barely m d striking the Hnrriion vehicle caus vt t. L t in j uii Lht! ct untied Lhur ouyhf ire I he ltd animal finally strm_k an post yjth. preat force, and to the ground where it bit Mrs Mckee swooned mmibtr a sj ectdtors burnt d to hTr as but IIP rill led m a few minutes and the V I i Hi use coachman hur- nedU ti the H irnson c 1 he 1 idles HC i ul niiTnen us congr uuladous upon the r es ipt, from injury The Major Shot Dead TusriviK Ala, July 19 -Juhu Steele, the rn n of tiiH citv was shot Fnday by John d n He fell dead in front of Vbtrnithj's drag Ptore Good win was v, unded and hea in a critical condition Mr tried to sepa- rate the men and fcad his left arm bidlv hiUei d a bullet Ihe unfortu- nate air 11 rw is ctused byafamih difficulty hdwetn if hollen and Tudee feteele, fither of Tohn Steele who w ah killed Mr CLollf is placed under Sw residence feeling is much cited and more trouble is apprehended. Capt. William Bradford s Death Y, Capt Bradff rd died suddenlv Jul> 17 of neural- gia of the heart at his hjme on Mam blJeel lit fiom xe, wljyie ihb Bradft r 1 f irmly is prominent hen the rebelliHi br ke out Gen McCIellin made Capt BralfjnJ mister of transportation on the f nnes rner He sailed the steamer on whii n President Lincoln and pirty vis- ited r >itre--i Monroe and held a confer -ence-with the rebel La Itr) of the w ar tie was made speetoi of stPAin boiltia for the port of New irk which he held for six years Hew a- afterward at the head of a school for te K hm_p the science of igition A brirah bis school was established in eland and other lake ports Capt. Bridf rd was about oo years old He t widow itid a son in and a daughter m ashmgton I'lttoburga Hif Mriko. i d Juhl9 I he xW men out at the qualit} of the lion furnished thtm is such that an extra amount of work is required to bo I it It is not probable that the d association will legalize the so t illul stuke as the men are working ru'ht luamst the rules of the associHtion, but thrj tre tktermined to see whattan be done 1 HCJ At Hit liftj cents alon nTore for worMng (he haul Iron and fliey think they will get it Ihe mill mumpers thej nothing to do with the strike that it is a m itter that should be arranged between the men themsehes and the officers of the association Mexican IU lul) Oflit ml ad- vices r cdMd here state that a of ao called Mi revolutionists supposed to be r den Marline? and Cata- nno hue beeu iJiTtLTTexasaiiil Alevii in railroad, for the purpose of invading Mi vira tjov ernor h is bf en wired and the Mexi cans an on the ijui to catch tliem if they cioss tlie rner The Botly touiMK BII-FVIO, N Y, Inly 19 Ihe body of A-lfxruKler ippert, of this who jumped ou r tlie fulls on has been found m the eddies in front of the Amer lean fall I he was not biullj bruised, but most of the clothing had bteu torn off On it Fire In Mnmheater LONDON Jnh The Manchester Canal comp 1113 s w an m Liverpool ha-s bwiv burned enormous quantity of cotton jirain nnd flour Tim coiiHiuned is otutmtori a Pottin i KffliuKlH ArddentalU Killed Mass hil} 19 Hon Ji si ih I) Ku hinds pi Mini r a prom m< nt im i it and mt mlii r of tlio Demo cintu it< lomtmltfM was killed by the IK id( ntal of his gun while hunting on I 1 1 1 Influenza Hobg Tip AKnln li) -Ihft is epi d< iiH( in st I HIH the opulatiou of the jil ice b taiit b K) IKIL thtiL i m tl f titas un it now s  tin ti s hold aiming tin bmtls i 1 t on taim 1 kt t st ne It is f the n ipl tli i ire li t i innj fur 1m n pi i Idilnu u 1 i Ut in mt rn 1 iw a i 1 it is t i lu thcr tin in. n t li ib't f i i _, I tv H it b I LV f rr itui f u t< at Jsasliut N II was b r 1 1 DtttLiut- MtMamis tit st and i n of Insptct )t H s iitnlavear r< tul I) u iti M 1 I) unel drm Tit tl m N' w 1 nk, w siispt ml ol u i u b rb of a i 1 unit rt ultra w ho L t.t n 11 i i 11 tit it s He Didn t Knun i, n Millet n s I) tight of I1U b tul it is bti- litvedto bt uiiiii 1 i b m his-p irlor sintf li-i't t 1- t h' h iluajs c iisj ku 1 it i i t i mtmg JiuL la u.u r n Line until M wli i i uti-vl bur r AM 1 tl t i iu i i i i tht cloud L r ts H l r iuht the ut l fin t m 1114 u jw IMIIKS in tht ut msn i 1 s Ihe c ir t SjK n Is UMt rs de su jn It is m s u_ aud npn stnts ist tm i li n b LU Lit Mr r ,ht s t. i ii 1 l i I i bought the c un is at t s dt i i in IbV t ars Q utf ite l s 1 i lie I ro i_ht tlie p i n i, H w ill run nn at t h  the mterfer ence of fiienl- w the eiitnt w rkmg force of the juj tr 1 n L gone ou strike for their pay The Ceniui it Phil idelphla. PHIL PHI v f U lj hm'i race with hi i_ l r st md pi i t in p ulation H u i Philadtlpli! i d n sii t t i supt is r lleuhto day shipptd i _, i to u con tauunfj the i md f n U th i ma> expect tht, tm t! ai i uucerncnt on t. lues daj at tlie Iiti uuoffitiil t umate of 1 040 UOO w i'l s ntly be inert istd e ad h u to it ever smtt it was made hut what tli nitre ise will bo I am uuabli t< ilt If till HJL beeu counted th sp i been 1 He CumplhiH nted Jtfleraon Davies MT n N July Grand t i 1 nit, ite 1 ou r tlie refusal of rtli Post Nu pi) to re- ceive the m i 1 dnta of q t M the Old Gnat I i ise lie iTTaTlt t oinpli mpntary rem u t u lefTf tson m in res-p n -t i at ast it a mihi 113 banqutt m mi h tw }tais i Ilm captains sptuh s s widclj in ttm south at th l NK as an t If n t of good fetlinjj lit uu i tht Ini MI an 1 (_nn federate it i m1- No iLtiun is L iki n lams worth j i itil icctnt w IH n u chinge in t'n mdt islup of tin post wasmade UK n immiuideris illi im ilbon Jr i i s iiuuU is has plud to tht dt p irtim t mmamkr aft'ambt the ill i MUtink, I I Hv f, miH Mi- Donald, of i snt li ft tw i n tts t nv for her aunt hum she was Imng and tlu otht i f t li i IOM i, s wnn eoiHMHt I n and lie Sure If you have mi do up jour mind to Imv IloodsSarsapinHnloiiotl e-iudiaul tu t il t any other A H  sc ox n j i H worthy Imititlnn I lisli tit u In one store wli 10 I wmt t 1 iy H i Sarsapirllli the olt rk tried li lu n 1 u> tTiolrnwnlnstPidff TlnMfs lift id i I'm s would last Inngrr, tint I might t ikf t nt n lo Get days'trhl, that If Idld-nnt lilu it I i i t piyanjlhlng otr Hut lie coul I n tiniul on me to I told him I 1ml I il c n Hood s Sirsif irilh kiu w wlnt it i 'atlsned with It in I not nint uij ttlir When I hppin tiling II Susij mill I was fepHtiR rt i! nmpn! lo itli th -.ppy t and so ntik tint it tlmps 1 t ulllnrlly Mood': Rtind I looked like a j i rsnn In r riMjtnp- tion HooiU SirsTjurllla did mo m h pood thit I wnndi r at mjsilf SMJI inms nnd my frlondi fn ju ntlvt o ik r f n Mm FILAA GOFF n Ttrrico Stntt I isti n Sold by alMriiRKifltn iii for Trpp irPd niy bjt I HOOD 410 I ownl] Mnu IOO Doses Ono Dollar II h. I UlL M ID lUl uf 4'tthl I i _r ml juij hue r run ilj a isl i I U I i i i oicrll s III lu Ui 11 Ill St >1< II I 1 un n I i 1 l I i II dl i I 1 l I I I tt 1 st lie s I fill tl ft f l nintH) K Id 1 n 11 in (1 ii i ii I i 11 11 r p is i w I i I 1 II 1 lie 111 n I u I i i tl i f 1 i is nr i it I h s i i it i n u I ilm I hn t tht i, 1 1 I ir'f i i I ss al th if win h In s 1 1 in I L, t e h n Us 1- tint his bl I lit r I hn s sh u t the robbery I! 11 I I ului i "ii-ln Dead An en N I Inh lost i I n 1 11 ii 1 ai nn surgeon ant at s n 111 1 l I i 1 1 I i died at the a n i l I c M l i 1 n He haei been ill sii n 1 n Ti niljli X, i li m ut Gushi-ii NMM i i I ih IJ t mlile ae 'il it 1 un thi M i n slrt t 11 ol tin It i i 1 at lioshrli whiietn out man 1 si 1 is 1 ft- an 1 en it he r Mas so sen oilsh li i u 1 I h it his life H rltsp urttl of Iht mill ti i w is il ut due when Henry an 1 1 i n s t st it d in a me horse nirt I I tin Main street cro: my 1 In t It t i stop in onle r that tht trim m I ut the h ise took fright anl iii ll tiac-k directlj m front i t tin i] I i itain ote ants t u 1 li n the the eiiL, n w is ti] n t m laj was thrown with his m k i i ul mil a second 1 iti i his 1 i i 11 ss i i w is thrown to one- si h ul 11 i I, i s t rv her injiii 1 i1 Tl nn i 1 it 'i shell i s il s, huii, i DI id 1 II lit 11 in ct nsul rri i i ir Mi I t_, i 1 !h I. r elu f I l i I i Mi I i w is I in in II N i s n iduitt 1 fi im 'l i s i 1 Ir in t Muni i i I iw s 1 n itt hi w is in I   to "LEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY WTw- t )u pAic3 PURE BLOOD, RCFRESH1NO SLEEP, WEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW one is it and all are ddigLt'd vith it AbK o JR FOR MANUFACTURED ON Y DY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO 0 CAL fJ tlfW Latest Novelties IN LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Stylish I'araso's At almost First Cost Prices, along with a now arrifftl of all styles Sun UmbrelUa for iltn hot wtntlier, one of which Bun Umhrol Ins evrry ladj should a newarrivnl of mw Frnl roideries and F loiiiH of tht vorj fluent material and workinwiiahip htidi prices as are below anything ever heard of Again, wo liftvo received another big lot f thoFo hoiutif il hildien B IfatB and for the Hilnof which wo have tuch ft wido rLputntioi) tin-, (Jo to Waif I a Child's Hut and ii will ook twufl IH IiHtiflflmiK1! junt on ac C-qjiiit of the atjhahjiat __ rt cflivod throo moro of onr famoiH Fast olor HoMory and many Nov t Itlos for tho va  Prults Ii e i rt am So In iti i let Creum sodiiH Milk shuktw Ititniutt It alwaj s on hand and (lit l est 1 1ml uui ht tin 1 and made Ihesean liicth Imth i tut lor ill WlAILD W1IL RI KF ctivtd at tl n H 1 J nn ton Mi 11 ii N 1 irrrtll M nn Monday Ju y Jlst f tlie i rt i li n uf a wrought iron IOH l> nlyy ou i H tmiofc rmh "WP t 14-Hv l J I ho BHld br dgn t i f 1 f t t 1< ir span b tween fibutiiH n s Mfjitmi (Is inwidthtl Hrofxuarl rails aid to (apantr of on htv [mini Is pi r upu (K al t nt w i tli a fn tc r salt ty tt t ut tuid to bi pn id t d w ith w lu el nurds Tho lifnfp? iu Tih p uikfd witTT f7f Inst quality ul Ntw fnitiuv t aid a half im hts ll H k 1 h '-aim t I uu lj faBfoned to thrjotMsof tho Ihe iron k tn IIIIM two j t tti i I paint and to In tinislud tn 11 in n colors to tht tion of the (onnuittou in ehiirgc of tho r IHM11SSOS M) I) l K IAMLS A hlsDoN omtiLJttte OF THPNIUN "Xh fTr of I avpnuo from thn lontlu rlv linn f 1'amil ion imrtlnrfy hut of st net with gramto hlcxka Whereas Tlitm IIHB In t n i i nson Led to omninn oniHll a p tit! n cd Iy tho owners ot in rothtiniiu Ii If in n umiig foot of lo a fronting or bor luring up n Hint HCtlion c.f linton fuenue iHrumtf do i( ribed for tho paving thui ti f with itt blocks HIP Inhabitant of Hie itj of Imntm do ordain Section 1 Thnt riinfon nvonuo fmn the routherly linn  tin ttntir lino of Mirion street tnem e son tin rt) thr Iho center line of said M in ni itret t about feet to a p mt at or near tho center tno of Ht 1 f. n n no, and thenon to connect with scwcr N n )w laid in Ilollovuo aveunt Sp( 2 That naid ti vn r sli il b> >i stiu tod in accordance with tho g m r il [1 in nt d of BnWrragp tti pte I 1 unco passed April I'Sth nnd w t ti it rrn   1 aino U r on Marion strot t to IMI 1 h thn notownry flushing baiins nmt h lis and hratit h> 8 for house i mm tioin S c 3 That toprtvitlo f .r tho nt of tho toflts Biitl (Iii 4tru  0 ULO R Wllll Mki R Attest Pnsid. nt JNO C OWKNS dty.Clork Approved Jaly Iflth, 1890 A A 8KIRM, [Adv'g {999, 90 J 7 17 5t A.tL.. .r.A..a...   

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