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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               NO. 93 7. UKKNTON, MONDAY AFTERNOON, JULV 28. 1890. TWO CKN18 WATER IANK FISKE SHOT A Theatrical Sharper Comes to Grief SHOI IN BUK VI rKLSNO. He to Blackmail lnventu. Stlllmaii unJ the Attempt HJm Illh Life In the tlnke'n Kemurkub e Adventures lumvo al Julj 28 John D ilske, the spuulitor an 1 theatrical manager whjbe div nc 1 us been a sensation in the state for a m jnth past was shot and iuhtaull) kilk 1 Siturluy night by Joseph i btilliimn an imcntor Ihe two men been at odds f r borne tune buiiiue enraged over some remark Fiske was, said to have umde and went hunting for IniJi It "us not until 8 in the evening tlmt btlllman hutceeded in finding Fiske, 'I be theatrical iiiau was standing to front of the Grand t uitral hotel when Stlllmau appfoaehe 1 him Fluke's A few vv jrils were exchanged and then thty resorted to Wows Ihey fought sav agelj ami had w irked their way from the sidewalk to the middle' of thestref-t when to rundown the street at full speed with btlllman at Ills heels Stlllmau it w is men, had a revolver in I 1 i V t "t rur many yards when Stillman fired a bullet into Flske s back 1 like coutmue-d running and Still man fired agun A moment later btill mau who was now almost wlllitn Bilu's reiehof r-iske fire 1 a third time Fiske fell on his f icnn the dust The Herte Struggles Stilliimn with his smoking revolver in his bind walked around the prostrate form several turns and then started to walk awaj ollicer caught him by the right arm and tried to take the revolver from I In t UT il li t nl i HO until some citizens came to his assistance Stillman was tmallv overpowered and "hurried aw a giuu ciuvvd hiving collected in the meantime 1 iske was car ried to a drug store 1 he blood was gush lug from his mouth and cars As he was laid on the floor be gasped once then droppe 1 bock dead Tin- of the Fight. Slillmsu wheu seen al the jail, stated- that he hu 1 killed Fiskebecause Fiske had endeavored to blackmail bun btlllman savs fluke bad detuanded a half interest m certain pitentsof and had threat- ened tlmr mile's compiled ha would tell Mrs btlllman of an alleged in timacj of her husband with another worn nn Ibis woman it is believed Is no other than Mr-i I lake 3- kwllmon declares he was driven to desperation by Fiske s threats Flttke Matrimonial Adventures. I Ac was a capitalist and theatrical boomer and was worth He Jwa been married three times and thrice sued for divorce tiskes first wife was Miss Alice Kllicr, of Stafford V H t the flagx butsoondiscoveredtheirmi-tuke and keyl nvriiy agftin tow ird tho unt r daur turned flret Termer BICJIH! an I His, mer third Bud kept the same positic ns up the course Gaudaur s htrjiii, even strikes keeping him stcadll) m the front the press boat running alongside uf him At the closiB Gaddaur nmc in pulliug- magiilliiently and ere the Ime ippar eutlj as fresh as at the start 1 i mer and Hosmer followed pulling m re d ggcdh Haulan made a d f urtli anl len Harntn and McKnv m ide a sec md bunch and were followed it i ji sidera bleJlu.tn iv bv tbeldil en li rs It was a grand finish all the men pulling on their; mettle anl the li ilf will crowd "cheering die winner1: whits e> n -steam pipe was- blowing shnll wilstli- The course w as thret nilcswuha turn an 1 Gau daur'stime A 1 b purges were 760 first second an 1 tl nd I HE ARGENTINE CRISIS. Desperate Battle in the Streets of Buenos Ayres IlIhKU OLLIIOMSIS> K fORlOl S Fr, telman I> a. iugltlveand More Uloodahjd Is of the Blllltary Sluny People Killed Sulvuelor Still Inning V letorlBB from BLtN Vl! Ifc Jul> fute of tho governmeit of the Argentine republic still bants m the balance and before the matter is definitely settled there is a good prospect of much desperate fighting Gens Lampos and Arredoutio who command the insurgents are losing no time in stieugtheiung their positions They have utkt u pe m of the arsenal the bar- racks and the Plaza Suvalle Atflrscvthd insurgent forces consisted of five military and two eitweu battalions with the wulet corps Sli ce the beginning of the fight, how tver another military battalion has deserted the government with arms and baggage- Ihe populace of the city is almost solidly- m favor ol the revolution and has not only given moral aid to the insurgents, but hdH furuiihed rnaiiv. fighting men In Satur daj s fights the revolutionists had all the best of it though the losses on both Bides wereheav) and many buildings were de- strov td let Prtcideut Pellegrini has as- sumed the presidency in the absence of OF THE DIAMOND 4 l.iu Neur Hi Ill NEWS IN BRI2F Freitl. the Carefully lulled 7be Karl of Jerstv has bptn i[ pointed governor of New toouth NV lies "Wljitf TfotilBg raitrjad near Mertztown Pi lib kplltr wa? struck bj a tram anl he ml hii two horses were instanth killtd Er eoiifciessui in anrucl w M ir hill ot the Nineteenth Illnuis died at Wilhamnboro in tlm' in'iaturiay agedhS He was in congrebs fr im 18r4 to 18tw ClavtQu French founder of the extensive wholesale drug firm of I rentb bardb Co of Philadelphia died of pinlvsis on July 70 He left an estate valued at 000 Pvjttruan Robcra chair factory at Cmcmnciti gutted b) fire Loss, {30 000 insurance noo borne Pennsylvania National gu irdsmen en route to the camp looted the rail- road station at Heading stole biher dishes and crested attot iirofflcei vns severely mj Tendereil World n rair rositiona TOS mmihsion ersof tbe Weirldi fair during thur recent Mftit to tins city tendered to lion Robert P Porter now u lent uf the cen ,us the position of chief of the bureau ot award" and to Proftsior G Brow nt Goode, now asustnwt secretarv of tbe Smitlnonlan institution and in charge the N itional museum the positiou of chlel ot the bureau if classificHtion and cut ilofciie for the forth- coming exposition Next to the director of the fair the c lire tho ni'st niporuint positions connetel with the xhibition Ibe bureau of awards during ne centennial of 1870 was m charge of Gen Francis A Walker and tbe bureau of lossitlcation and catalogue m charge ol vlr Gardner It is not known tettmtely whether Mr or Professor ioode hav e accepted the pontionb tendered it is understood if they do that their new luties will not interfere with those of their icscnt positions bunicu me Preside nt Gelman aud has at his disposal beven battailous of men He expects rein forcements either to-night OT k) moiiOW Overtures to the IniurgentB Ihe fact that the; revointionarj feeling has sprt id to the provinces which had hmetofore been regarded as sohdlj in favor of the Celman government has tended to dishearten its adh( rents here and over tares have been made to the insurgents to open negotl itl ms I her? -little ox no fighting in the streets Sun la) but all indications point to a r IRW il of hostilities with added vigor todeiv I. p to tins time tbe navy has not taken sides with either party showing a disposi- tion to let them fight it out among them selves lie insurgents hav elacge resources at their disposal are ablj commanded and have man) sympathizers among the op- posiug tru ps Beginning of the Fljfht Earl) on Saturday the artillery joined b) borne t v iliana took the first steps to tjit jjovernment _ lhe_troops and the police Firing was ed at Palermo and soon extended to the Pliwt Savalle Themfmtr) and artillery, with mitrail lenses kvj t up a hoav-j flr'ngall the morn lug The police fired at and dispersed a crowd around tbe government house, but tbppeo'li kept-fiwDg-from housca Ado termmed group of men stood pluckily to their am in front of the house while the roar of artillery and the roll of the musketry came nearer and nearer An tntrliahman wantonly Murdered. A pane iinu in mera vautu split an Eutlibbman s bead open with his saber, and a bv slander shot the policeman dowu. In the afteinoon the revolutionary govern ment issue i its first decree This ordered tbe of the national guard and appointed Nicolas chief of. police At 5 o'clock two were rnftde by the goveminent troops on citizen batr talions The troops were repulsed both times Policemen aud artlllerjiuen are 1) mg dead m heaps The chief of police, Capde ila i, wounded The minister of war is reported klued Sharp -fighting continues around the artillery barracks President Dr Juarez Celman is a fugitive The Cnnge of the Uprising Popular-discontent and hard times are the mam causes of the present crisis, but (his is largely attributed to the bad finan- cial pohc) and maladuiiuiaUtktiuii of the part) m power, known as the Jimrlsta party It is headed by Dr Juarez who 19 president of the republic Olman was elected in 1886 in the face ot considerable opposition, mainly confined to the state and city of Buenos Ayres Since then as the financial crisis has be- come more and more stringent and buai ness duller, dissatisfaction has growu apace until it has culminated in the pres- ent attempt nt revolution TheShprlll I n v i If I sn II hiMir ROUH 11 11 N 'l h Iv K I r nn bus I ill ,111 e U W li r II t t day till In 1 i s I i i In mail n nun _ tint ii 1111 h s I itlis vvoul 1 pie PI t il M i I ii I'1 I "id tbe It. 1 ii i el il i I'lt1- v 1 t to tbe ineviti Me 11 e t, in w ih I He will be i 1 iv 1 I 1 n v N i f i at tempt will 1 n 1 I 1 IITCrn '-n I r 1 ust lui I uk of tv lli'H Bl 1 l N 1 h ibe Hr 1 umbus wiii Cullllnb is 1 I i i ic i f cuse tin llio s veil unibl isb a new I ill vl the tit, theollu i v i I u 1 t f 11 Ihe foil HIIU 11 tl t i e up of folfrlt Bl-opklu !_ II 0 4 Culun I in "II Ba 1 Ih H 11 1 C I i B Itl) n c I il i- HuUtrit Pilz I t l i b, li u UIIL! c At II lulell U 1 3 00 Toll-lit. 1 0 0 U 0 4 I t-! Ml If I 1 L Atl 1 lit I T II Hal n I audKuU i II il> u I U s Stiitielliil, eif Ihe tlulii t 1 Ul [I T-KU t E- v, i T r "BoSrna I i h la I tt 4H Bnoklju 4- ilillblurb .i 41 v luul 11 1 i, i i H III' N MI X II F I 1 I Phllail a A ii t, l r at, -l Bnokhu l N i rK 1 J B stun 1 I ly ell 1 i i CmciDuti 4 I '1 ttil lU l M vviv I MH N U 1 1 l i I 1 Ct Loulsii 1 4" s 1 mbus t 4s St Ij in 14 1 I IH lo d" 4. K tl t r 41 1 'ill mo MI VMI v IMI N Will Balttm re 4 si t Hai nil II i 11 l- M warh -ll i l i K Vv jrtest r 3 JI rla If "1 1 BUFFALO S MASONIC TE The Coiner Mone> I ml with 1 t le-tlng mottle's 13l IF N I ih 11 11 r stone of tin Hillib MaMiiiifc m VVHS lailwith ni inline ttreiiKii I h Knights li i UM from >r Jamcsto vn K I eitcr mid i tv 1 1 s Jcoaoncqccoccaa JQDQ jj ao aaaaOQc i-, a ftflr A SOCIETY BtLLE b SUICIDE II 1 1 ml I It ...IHul mhllij, I n 11 l (.HI v i i I i liih -s M i i i 1 t i I M 1 V M 1 i 1 t I i u i ill n u II 1 i I v n'r.1 I I v I II 1, It ll i ll U h t- II i I i i ll) iseu lit 11 I il I N' M ij II sill i I M l r I I I in wh n tl i. h I M M l I i iti f" 1 i i l I i 11 i I 1 in u i t, i ts i 1 f i 1 i it v an 1 t i i 1 i I I I It i 1 r tletv 111 h i I i I t li I i i I 1 1 It i i t il I n I s i i lie I u i l t 1 Mil k i f Null 1 i, 11 I i 1 i i i ii i n li tie n ll i n i in llr Hit lit II I ir, II J Iv D Hlltstll I it t e 11 kmu-s it till I r I t tl H I I 1 i" '1 avinui i ,t n I ill l i- in liv H w is M i 1 tint lit lelner a farewell rbsrt Irit- m H-i I e beeil le i vi 1 tl m tin- I nt JiHtt on account ut v fur -Ur Llwtud .McC-ljnn Hesitished iimull I wevi-i with toiili pt pie t avoid iittion hkel) Lo I tin m m c millet with the autlu rl t of tin dun h He asked for his "sin ess i lli suine bj il obeiiitnti_iu d nfft M u vb h th v h 11 shown to him II thtv did n t continue m the ,11111 ith f il nv ii their church that Sev hid tlw ns pttr-itfl since he- bad btuu ihcvr tlit itH-lor binl hf would feel tl at hii HI i 11 iir, ttam bad bei 11 wiLtiil llit 1 l i 1 is aUvdv, betn de vutid to the (Ina h wl ilt h illing his own views on lav u ill i- I hi people were much affi J 1 I ll k Ih vv rds of thoir beloved pi list A Uoulilp (rime BhLIH-uMUNf I] I i IT lasteveu mg a farmer n inn 1 who and then 1 n ilf h ilmost instantly His wifi livi 1 (lih f lib irs The) left two children wh ir I ni, (and for by the rs In i l r w is in fulling health a i 1 tl e fi u f a 1 nt, and illniss inlin.Mii If itl and th it therebv his wifi and (lillr n w iild U left to struggle and sullir il lit unl nlitmed his mind _ Killed bv a I umith lorKI Hi N luh ville a German villas itu nnles southtast of this (Hv a lun itic named beat Poorm ister so s< vinlj with an that he died ha i been in the as) lum but was nci nth leriinttid tin turn home appuenth ust re 1 to re i_soii He soon became so vie lent that 'vhullz ao com i a" i const ibh house to tnisi  i ks the R al Cocoa 1 ai t nihcatict attarheb to the act which would u t not evcrv inch a TJmbrelin and UES'l IN THE UI1X, ant' Celebrated Spring Sly'eo now on 15 To IIullil IliE Coal Ilreaker Di inns Pi Jnlv Brothers CcT haiT tompliii 1 and ivill at once begin tl i> eitttmn of i coal break er, to be tonstrn ltd vvholh of inn and to have a tap i itv il l UAI tons pti diiy W he" compht 1 it will bt one of the largest in the toaLfijJds _It will tloOUOO Book Job Printing POWUMl Absolutely Pure. A of baling powdei. High eat of ill in leavening BUtufth. V. B, GOT- trnmcnt Beport, Anguit 17, inOO, locating the Proposed Chiiapro Exhibits. CIIKUO Jul) Ihe board of direct- jrs of the orld s fmr prestuted to the legiil itiire tod ly a resolution toncerning hi locution of thevuriout, exhib ts Their il HI 11 to place on the lake front the art ,'ullerj the government building aud an jthir building containing a fine, ekctrical buildings in use bepiesuit lake front grounds as an en irunce ground At Jackson park will be pi iced the big rrmchiiKrv, hall the ihow, a mineral palace an underground mining exhibit a glass f ictorj the several Oriental villas and such other novel and beautiful displajsas may bi offered later on A Train Bobber Arrested, liiiiviiv.H Abk, B K Chf toil alms II J Jennings arrested here bj a Tennessee detective on suspicion uf member eFloe ang uf train robbers was wanted m on the charge of horse stealmg i liltou made affidavit that he had but a ew dollarn in mone} that bis home was n count} Ark that he knew the theirs were him and he was evad- ing them Ihe express people believe him to be a tram robbtr nnel they will end a man from Mfmrrtiisto identify him hlton was heavily armed when arrested Hi will not go to Arkansas without a re- qinKiticin Congressman Baker Ketlros RociiFiTFB, N _y 28-I ho Herald tbit morning publishes a caid from lion Charles b Daktr announcing his retire- ment from the ciinvass for ren munition for congressman His competiti r is lion tohn Van Voorlus ex mem hi rot congress The Philadelphia In Commission Pull AMI PHI v lul} Ihn cruiser Philadelpbla went into commission today and iuenpetted to leave tomorrovv for the Hrooklvn nav v jard to rece ive her finish mg touches Ihe cruiser vv ill go into act ive service in about two weeks Priroinqn Npverlua DlJrio> Pa Inly rnias Nevcrla, foreman of construction on tbe now Deln WITT Susqiii-lmnim and 11 i ill roael shot and killed liimsi If Sunday No cause is jisslgmd for the dee I Hi Icives a widow and r-hildien Ayer's CJathnrtlo Pllla nre recommended by the heat physicians becaaae thej arc Tree from calomel and other Injurious drugs being compoced  rk w is i i ted m a week and the publishers vvu ugratulated on the celent} with win 1 tl 18000 copies weresnapjed up Iv tl tri.de the libra nes and prn ite 111 1 i is It maj lie added that the ellti n v i- neither more nor less m spite of nts to tho con trary than 18000 Tulv s ihe National Rifles of tins dtj Tnve I i line timehcen contemplatini, atrip to I irope this sum mer and applie- ''1011 ii_eenlly madefor passports 1 he api 1 I n vv is lield up however until the f i i governments could be beard from i imany at once absolute 1> refused nelii i ''ion within her borders to anv arme 1 ipin} fiom the United States and 1 nj n 1 said that the Rifles could iiot eater Of (ourse this ended all the talk c f the European trip among the soldier bovs IIAn JIIIS MAN Bonght hbl of AMFRICVT OLCnHINQ AND TAHXJKING GO, would not how mucH wind thiongh cent taili. V Wi an clothing Boyt with Ult BE8I TAILOR-MADE CLOTTO At uinch li s Our SAMPT P OVERCOATS fnr 99, worth (13 "id oar 8AMPLE SUITS, werth for 99 for Oklldrtn'l 8B1U Mil U1XJ1M11NU MAIlE TO a tiu but noun IK "tnatrr with, nght along M tin A M No. 3 Cor. Warren St COMPOUND KTHACTA wy Presents in trie moil form THE I AXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS JUIOE FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined the medicinal urtucs of plants known to be most beneficial to the human sjstem Conning an agieeable and efftctne laxatne to peuna- nent1) cure Habitual Const! pation, and the man) illb de- pending on a or inactive Condition of trie KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It 1111 excellent remedy known to THE SYSTEM EFtfCTUALLY hen one is B 1 n s or Cousnpated PURE BLOOD, tUFREBHIHO SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW one is it and all are delighted with it ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR N'i'l NG DONE IN A FIRST-CLASS MANNER, AND AT SHORT NOTICE AND FAIR PRICES. AT THt '1'rcnton '1'imcs J O 1 Yintrng )cpartmcnt WASHINGTON MARKET BUILDING, Corner of Kront South itroad MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO FRANCISCO CAL ICY VOW N 1- Latest Novelties Tho Importance of piinlv ing tho blood can- nol Be ovcrcsilinw I f without pure blood you cinnot on) v R health At this noaaon ncnly eviry one needs a liKaittlTOlo vll ana einMi the blood ind Hood s s impirllli is worthy your conHrtcnco It li iccullar lu that it sticngthrnflandbnll.lsiil the system creates an -ipprtite, and tones tin digestion, while It eradicates disease I v o It a trial Hood's Sarsapnrllla Is sold by all druggists Prepared by C I Hood Co Lowell Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S li ly lisli Parayols At almost First Cost Prices along with new arrival ol all stylos Sun UmbroHu for- Iho hot weather, one of which Sun Umbrcl las every lady should have Also a now arrival of now Fmtrolderies and Flouncing of tho very ftnoat material and workmanship at such prices us are below anything ever hoard of Again, wo have received another big lot of those beautiful Children e Hats and for Iho sale of which wo have inch a wide reputation as this Go to WallU for a Child B Hat and It will look twlio M haminonio Juit on ac- count of the stylnh hat I Tint Kcclrcrl throe oaum mnrn nf our fame us Fast Color Foolery and many Nov cities for the vacation time The largest variety of SUM.KFINE CHI1 AM CIfO( ULATEH guaranteed lohethe finest made In the U 8 will be found at ANGKT.O CAMRKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, ECSSOuT" BED A 33 STREET, V 1 Fancy Fruits, 1t-e Horta WRIJ r loe Cream Hodim Milk Hhaktu Iimonadi tc alwajson hand anil the I esl that an In had iniidtj Ihcaonr -mttu conveni- ent lor all rilllK AIHAMHBA, J6 NORTH WARBK1? IJUUliOlf, a. J UfDBXJBOVM A I.Kl'TS, PATRONIZE! HOME INDUSTRY AND BIT THB Trenton Watch. The most reliable watch for Ihe money. Call and nee tho large assortment at II. I.. THE HEL'AIILE JKWELEK, 12O Peny Street Opposite Trinity M B OburoU (iFFirK eip RrrFivmt nr TATFS rilKNTDN N 15th I WO f riilO KK I IV Fit 01 H f fil HY 1 elves nolliellmt etut I ile of personnl IHXI H or IHVl al I W anil now re malnliiT; nnpiil I tho nlovearenol liallnl nee III nine mil Ibe dellnqui iitu will le iiitllnhi I In ivv.i r more of Ihe I ill} In a inrlnmi w I li a remilntlini i ww-el (imHiMm I 1st 181X1 namclj 1111111110 Ilicelvr of Itvxen IB and is lieirchy lire i U I to nollf) ilelln inenu Ihfti pavmoeii" "'n iiriimjulv made pnbllciillon will In inado In two ncwspiipuni OF TEFNTON NOTICE OF INTF.NTION Furouant to a resolution passed by Com rood Council Jnly 15th notice is hereby given of the intention of oinmon Council to alter the grade of I ambertmi stroefr m accordance with the plans and profile pre pared by C C Haven dated July 1st, 1890, mm 01 (lie i 1m omoo Such persona objecting saul chiiugo of grade requested to appear I efbro t oun cil their meeting to be held on 1 ueaday eventtig, August 5th s o clock and be beard for themselves or by cou sel when the subject comes up for cot sideration By order of the Common Council. Dated July 17th, 1890 JNO C OWENb City clerk [Prt to 60] 17 15 The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., TRENTON N J Transacts a general banking business Allows Interest on cash deposits subject to check at eight Bnnta boxes of various In Its flre and bnrglar proof vaults, tho rTsutor exclusively keeping the key Acte al agent for collecting rents and for purchase or sale of real estate Executes trusts of every description, as Guardian, Trus- tee, etc Loan! money on mortgage and on col lateral Agents for Cheque Bank of London Cheques for sale, good in all parts of the. world. i HUOH H. HAMILL, President I Tt------, kj LITTLE, Vmo President OPPOSITE CITY HALI, N B Oar goods are positively warranted very [Imfeo, Jf.lOj Reoiivtrol 1 i READ THB THEN 1ON ABA F SKIBM Secretary BARKKK OUMKKK JK., Treasurer WILIIAM G MOOKK, Cashier DIRKCTOBS. Hugh H Hamlll, T N Adams Barker Gnmmere, Esq Harry Boxers, Barker Qummore, Jr James Buchanan, Wash'n A Boebllng, Owen H Liiekor H 8 Little, L B RMon 8 Meredith Dickinson. J B. Oaslnll, Edward Cnnk. Edmund e Hill, 8 Yard, Albert Clayton READ THE TIMES   

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