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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey vnr. I'KKNTON, TUK8DAY AFTKKNOON, JULY 29. 1890. TWO CKN10 TWO STEAMERS COLLIDE Four People Dead and Seventy- Five Injured SEUN MISSING Fhr Excursion J the Buy I liiu Steamer Come To gether Near llultlmcjrt Md Meu, Wom- en mill Children Hurltil Into the Water BALTIMOHI Julj 21) Thu excursion iteamcr Jxjmse mil the Bay 1 me steamer V Irgmia in collision laht uight uear Fort Carroll 1 mr ptople are known to have beetr feillcti and sevinty five Injured moit or kss Many believe that ft number witt druwucd Juat how many lires wtro lost cannot bu positively deter mined 1 bo iluui art A LUt of Uie Dead. Mrs Mah-ilm Munhiill barlea (mnzer f D miel Kupp "3 Mrs Howard Seies Still Missing There are sevui missing may have jumped ui thrown tjverbyftrd 1 waive persons btou taken to the hospitals In b 1m 11) mjurtd condition Juit how many people went cAcr into the water is not known, but some eye witnesses of the disaster say that a great number of people men women and chil (Iron were Hitting on tiie starboard side hen the crash occurred and liumndtateiy I Net bint c the Inch disaster has such a tHtiy HWU citj the Btreets were thronued I ist night with anx loufi and friends of reported missing Just who is to blame for the ac cidcnt is not kn the pilots of both boats den) negligence Stories of the aptalnl f apt Bohannon MII i that hm boat the Ktnuk quarter of the Ixiuisc ubout thi atar anyway The collision m irlj tnrmd the irgmia around at was the force 1 here wad no Kreat cxcittment tbiMrd our boat, al though when the olhsion occurred a man one lad) and a child climbed Ihey did not return hen I left the Ixmise I saw no one In the water If any went over- board tiny must have been under the water the collision occiured the people on the L Hiise rushed to the side where the ma struck I do not want to cast an> rt flection on the captain of the Louise but I he was wrong Ihe ciptam of the Louise disclaims' all and all infoima tion was denied the press Ihe meeting was called to deuse means to offset the boycott of the building trades at Ver plancks N Y A committee of seven, with! G Smith of aschmr man, was appointed to conduct thn wM against the boycott RFAJHXG, Pa July The Beading rolling mill baung declined to sign the scale of the association, thirL) Iwo p einplojed afe the works refused to fio to work This action com the mill to shut dowu About two hundred men are affected An attempt may be uncle to secure non union labor LONDON Inly 29 West of Scotland steelmakers propose to reduce wages 10 per cent in August The men threaten to strike if the reduction is attempted j; Up thn Census Relnrnj. W July About 85 per cent of the populations for the entire coud- it> beeu received Superintendent Portertiopes with the present rate of counting to the rough csttnute of the popuhitdou of the country ready within s feiv necks- Other inquiries connected with the census are also being pushed forw ird and Superintendent Por ter hopes witlitn a week to begin the pub hcation of bulletins giving the results of these special inquiries Compared with ten 3 ears ago Mr Porter states that as chief of the dn of and tAYa- tion henvasjust putting out the schedules While now the ofhce is getting ready to an Bounce the results of this mquirj Bui Jetins will aho soon be issued giving the ooned indebtedness of R5I cities now and in 1880 and statistics of state pioduction of insurance and on street railroads The Star Konte IPHN Fxpenslve V KIN Tnly 2T llm contract recently nude ly the postofflce depart ment for star rout( si n ire show a de- I'dW'JLIl Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. Mt of All in lenvftnmg strtngth. U. Beport, 17, High or an Hi i i> 4 4 of 58-10 pi i ti mile c f t am >unts t annum at an aim i th n It-, it i 1 1 j i i i n i nt an 1 i 1 i i i tuvel f 1 i 11 s. o 31 Oit 1 s i i It 1 per .1 f I s ji St J uul Is Si I'M l Nfnui I lU "i U i i iu of the C hainbei f i n i i 1 Hi us wtrf1 atlupUd md _i u tlv HjViirrst tfm of anv n i if i IVK count of this i iU Ijusft d i s i 1 ilh cieut IIH t i bu-. I u 11 n t iU 1 ami rtqiust ML, tl t f 'I i l i mgtoti to ml i h i 1 1 i j, in vestigation L> ffie Leiiiis ill KhcumitUm UUH, ,1 H s bKU AKH N I "1 ii C n tti yd Huffi rtnt, from il nn l n uti" 1 tmfttophif .i-ui-lu u kt vl out himself tht. h m s mif., Dcuth al i >st in-tf t n THE SENATt CAUCUb No Definite Attlon 1 ik thf r discussed the m tit I ul f_r th' tauciiH Hhould t to r ti i It r i tion of the (-lull n bill 1 if if r the of tbt tariff hi 1 r '-I il 1 allow any other biiHim ss tj nit t it senators express a dm i n to. i it the in it 3( Mf nu t It c tion bill In jr if tlirii i ir-> m which thn> h id a it r inn r -t It w is agrwd to press the 11-1 1< i it u f f tht, Ullff bill, and H u 1 [ted proudiny for tJjt, f tl it at ]1 each _, ni li i n the tariff bill to bt t tk n u[ r 1 Ut Iv after the muming fie u i U iniprtssion seems t j bt. th n li t I 11 wo jld .not be toinplett 1 until j t 1 i or authori7td to nil up tht mt_r and harbor bill at 1113 time THE BUFFALO TEAM SHAKEN UP Wholesale ILeleaieR and Changes lu the BLFFALO Juh At i nutting last evening of the II itfalo Ii ts Mi Bruncll toldn In tt j Pr f r SFM M tup thqj the dispute! Host n Pitt'-burg games will be thrown out t f tl t CL off on Get (i after the himpi m ship beacon unless tht u ir is over by that time all tlie I e igue flubs will be allowed to pin ff Ntpomd games uritil Oct as salaries run to the end of the month The stock of Secretary P tdld of the Buffalo club has been tr m-itrrrt 1 tr the Brotherhood and Mr I- i u 1 will ft tire Ja> b s bttw sen ill all summer took ch of the tt un toetaj Ft M m 'srnt home to recuperate inll a---1 t in the pitching depart i lent (armv s nt to CleteUnd t r th f it nt 1 u k mil cmer i si rNt and in third Dta on h it 1 u ing off Rrnm 11 r un hrre and Ui >k dfu i .iff ur uv5 Joined the lusurgenU and Hholled the City of lluenuti AD Indian H Vttonipt to Asaasslimte Preal- deut Uailllan, of Bl LMJS July Ihe hope in iulgtd m 1 a that the temporary cea MitK n f 1 stililits marked the end of the rt ion ed without foundation The revolutionary continued to the fighting between febftgov "rninent troops and the rebels was soon resumed aud a desperate struggle follow ed I he eminent forces were defeated and I UOdof thtm were killedor won w ecL The iLsurKeiit artillery bombarded the govern- ment house and the barracks Ihe officers af tht, j aKer long hesitation and see- uiej that tlie success of the revolution K emed assured joined the insurgents Ihe guns of the ships were at once teamed 3n the lojahst strongholds and after some parlej ing aTromtiarainent began A Truce Declared Ihisactun so alarmed the government that a truce was at once declared and an armistice of twenty four hours arranged, If a satisfactory settlement of the difficul tits cannot be reached witbm that time hostthties will probably be-resurnnd Ihe troops were mforced atiti HrtsHident Celmau returned to the titj It is said he hopes for further re- mforeemcuLs from the interior The KetoIutioniHts' Manifesto A manifesto baf en by tbp 3r8 of the revolution In it they declare hat the pt pie united with the first ar tiller} the Ninth and lenth mfantrj, the ca lets of the military school and the Eu gmeer corps have resolved to remove the an irtbial nnd corrupt government of Juare? Celn an the signers of the manifesto are Provisional President Alem, J J Km ro, minister atrfl -Sctior Gojt-HA "The National guard b re- 3rj..anu 1 md placed under the command of Nich las ho has been already app Jinted oniniauderlu chief The guard u div ided into two battailous Gelmim May Win Tht re 19 i movement on foot to ask ex- President I leutenant Don Julto A Hoca to resume the reins of govern ment His adherents claim that he is the onh man t ipable of restoring confidence It was the otti of the interior provinces limb- vlttUd -Ct Itnaa-to thft )A If Ctlman can get )'s following in the interior he may jet be able to gain the Thp Englishman t In It Nhvv July The flfion i md between C hurley fc> n h (.1 iirns the feather weight ch unpi ip f I iul in 1 and bim L ken 1 i-t nuht T he men wore gloves th-it vveuhul some tiling less than four and vvtrc both in good form hmmv Cirroll th< Bu ok lj middle n tight one of s fe< c ond-5 The 1 had a sharlt thf of the fi rot rim ml bnt rl nt s( irceH m it t in one ortworal lus He su eeedtjd in knocking C llms d vrn twite with bl r strength an 1 m-hum tatties pi inte 1 man) ere blows on Smith f an I stonru h upper t it" were partif ul md m the thirl fmrth and fifth r mnds "Mmth was save I from a kn tk r nt Mih bj tBe ciir of titnfe Iti the mitimt eighth r uind the p lice stop; td an I the reftret callc J in ttt-h a draw A Charter for iithnltc Srhools Jy Tulj f buirti of of tie Lmversitv of tlie State of "Vork have finalH dttukd tint the form of eoiucvinte tf Catholic schot Is and univtrallies to f tr puts them on the s ime basis as mj otlit r sch >ol m the will therefore upon tpti K it ion be grtrttpcl a tharttr 1 his do eiMon is of niudi importance bet, inst it makes tlip schools1 liable for an appoitnn mt nt of ni mt} under the }1 fdtita tl mal ut ihe sicreturj of the Mtlvillt Dtvvej i expects a I num bt i of apphc turns under this tltcision Thp Lnwnnce Snffuprn Still Dazed sn MaMa Tulj of repairing tin 1 the recent ejrlone ins been fiomx nn rapidlv_exeept about tht whollj destnvt 1 lumsts whose owners for the most jatt tut t pooi to robnthl i hese people Bhll set m d d bv their misfortune and do not 1 n it U) do Ihe Packard s< Irool hous '-till servts as a in nnmotb bous f r the Mif ferers as weil as tin in idqimrftisof the infantry Ihe nhrf fund f n th stiff urn is IhnR rapidlv !he t< t il nm nut of subscriptions- nnnoimt p 1 t i as turned in is fo07 and ns much in 10 is in tho hands of tho collectors Tn Rebuild ttlioll, hiircli Julj J) 11 In use com mittpf on cbums has 01 It it 1 a fav nhlo report on the bill mtiolu fd m the h mso by Mr UK kpr appi ni 's f r the relief of tin H mmn itholn dumb f St Peters nt Jatkson Miss I h rhnrrh totally dtstrqjed die orlti f the Lnilul Salts mihtarvauth tuns lirect- ingtlic firing of a bnil I111r, t 1H t od and they were literally mown down b> a ternfflc fu'-ilade Tha minister of war was wounded during the fighting and the minister of nuance was made prisoner tol Marmendia, MRJ Campos and many other officers were killed The commander of the firemen Was flhot by his own men An armistice was ordered at uoon which lasted until 1pm, when the in the harbor began firing upon the government house Pellegrini having refused the terms proposed by the insur- geste liev olutionists Ctaim 10 Ihe British gunboats Beagle and Bram- Ue arrived at 3 p m Monday to protect British Hul jects The navy went over to the insurgents m a body The Palagona Ijorabarded ttre tho Panuuia shelled President Celraan's resi ripri P The war ships ceased the bombardment at 4 p m and a bulletin was issued an nounemg that the rev olution had triumph ed and that a provisional government formed Ihe American British and Span- ish mitrtbfers instructed the commanders of the war vessels of those nationalities if the Argentine war ships resumed firing to jointly pro est against the action on the ground that H is contraiy to the rules of war to bombard an open cliy without, uu- tice Fighting began again at 8 p m Monday Attempted Assassination of Barillas GuATFMALA via LA LlBERTAD, July Aii attempt was made Sunday night to assassinate President Barillas, of Guate- mala a native Indian, who was found in B irillas bedroom armed with a machete and a revolver Lhe president was with a number of guests "In Ins parlor wbreu he was rnshf 1 upon by the Indian whose name is tcumg t knife or m ichete the Indian attempted to cut Barillas to the ground The president eluded the blow drew his revolver from hishlppotket kept the man at bay and shouted fi r his aides
HP death 01 Satui tf 1 irlta i Ih pion agfi 17 ears rtsi hnu, at No 2 4 At M was t the commr M ndaj b the piivsiei m w ho ufti I tf t, lid iron the (tn s st itt ult u il t n tha while linner at his f en Jul 16 nitlilnsHr 'f r J 1 oltl an 1 auotl tr buv t 1 so per histenth tetsed the jounj-tr Ur tha the latter btcf nuug eurtk 1 tl row hi fork at bun w ith e msi leral 1 rtf Ih tines of the n stiuel Charles in the thigh an 11 ur 1 In u st-lve BO a.s to lentmn stickm i tl t flesh w ts (dfreu il ir t'uucei the wound as being of a i i 7" Tre the b v went to wtrk as u1- i 1 jn the To lowing di) On the n after the ia on wHiith-he rtet-m-d his u jrirrtht had beconi sj punfui fhtt hires vva obliged l KO to ltd w litre i r mame until his dedth on the f v u _ iuir 1 iv Blood pouoniiig fr n th stab is attributed is the c tuse of k ah Ih coroner will hjl 1 an men r en th affair will be th )rouuhls r s it (Ir itj ou rules give a luarn t I hu A Lnos a islnugt n nvei r w li w mt tosiipplj the house with i tiicilap paratus f r recording tht t m m bers Mr 1 nos explame M T t itioi pjirpfiTilj to fhe. com nittet i i tha' bj its iibe a vote of the 1 i- uld be taken in five 11 dunned tha bj adoption and use uf in cnti i a great deal of time might 1 that is now lo-it m the slow and te 1 us opera tion of calling the roll Th i- fur during this session the rill his b icillei three hundred tunes oteupung half ai hour for each call or thir work ing legislitixe f liouis each Five-sixths of this t or tvuntv liv dajs Mr P nos clun< might 1 ui btti saved had his mve. iti i 1 ceu in me II estimated the cost cf his in operation- m the at about W) IKX and asked for a bin d appropriation U construct a small u model will which to demon-.tr it opal missi >n n ing collected mon f rihe mission vvhul he had not acc ru t her Tlie CenstiH In M -tern New York BUFFAlo Tuh i mpleted census re- turns give I-IK i of Buf falo) apopulniit n f t i Niagari unty (exclusive of Buffalo) is bill) N county Cattarauttus c inn! v 1 OS4 Chautauqua county 9115 lotil f r the four counties (Including Buffalc) in 1880 396.13G, in 1890, Total inert ase 244931 Mrs. Lipplncott ConfeiaeB Jndpment. LAN'nn.Q N J, July 29 Jnlfft Lippmcott, famnfin DOVf tn the Camden county jail, has confessed In the sum of in fevor of Peculiar in o< nblrumn, prnnordon, anil pre[ ir itmn f lnrr 1 i ts, Hood s Sirs ipa- nlli possi isfi Hie i ir itue Vilueof tho best In wn rrnic t'10 vc got ilil i I lOOQ 3klngilnm I'miinrln its Rtroni Hi iiid Hood s li Ijlcsiul On II lied Doses (li 1 lir' Puiihirliiltsi llclnal merits JI d s irgapinlla ire n 1 1 I s cures liithnto un (i t ctitloof "Tlir gicil st blood Jim IBcr 01 cr discovered Icrullir In iti "good name il; home, there Is more of Hood s Sarsv pnrllla Bold in T II tli'iii of ill (itlicr llood imilflcis 1 Inr in Its phenomoml rtrord of ,1 J nlirirl no otliorl CCU 1 1 CTI prej iritlon ncr ittilnrd R' npldly nor held srt ulfistly tho o nfl If nee of all olissoi of people P well MMI, JOO Doses One Dollar i i e n s ef If i 1 llw L i I h ui now In iske I t u I it in H n Mrs IIunu s fi M I pi in >lt h iv IIIK e mfessul it w H it i _i Suhstiiptl us iirt bt ing n it l Uttnl onntv to secure f n I I i Hi r in foils th in itf nl- el tl 1 i fur f tin priH n i f h l i I i i uei itiu tlio sul> s l i Ki oil II the I 1 Hool H M l I i 1 1 i I ilj "I 111 it nt th rilirv f tl tl 1 i-eljff f_tm u n si l-l it -1 H sul 48 ex I i 1 I r r h til i i uillt) i 1 11 i I I i it I i i it i Of tint i m I i I is I il i .jh tin. h UI U uf ll t 1 >s -v lit tl I 11 l i 1 I ill mi t It tl r I it t f 11 --t it. n ertl in 1 111 [HtirtuI SSM A bill lit i f 7 Jt 4 u ma i t 1m id The. I ss of hfi ui the Coneumiyjijulkj uns 2 14' mill 'S outsiie 111 Mnl., a sister Dying 11 Muj MeKiiile> Mils list le! 1 fe r at iLshing ton t c nn h nit His sister Miss Annie UM lnu hire is at the point uf deuth He Hrmeci in C intun tins ntoining WHERE THEY WILL PLAY TUw M i fo- tho Nl n Jirii lie selli lule h is been for the Allan tie assjel ill n BUln r U Hirr t irg 25 26. At Harlf rl It) Is s t At Newark it 111 s i t l t i c in 1 attcru on) At Have t, 1 i bept r At fttulHKt n Jn j s j Sett 15 10 AfWiuiUfct i 11- JT HoreeslerAug 14 lu i t J! I 11 ir Hb Hall re j, 29 30 At Hartr 1 u. 1 s (i 4 9 30 At Newark J h J il ll o s 11 85 Z At New Hi t IS 4 f i Juh -s it y n st pt M i i s 11 a. H irtt rl 1 I j, 4 s p 10 11 At liar -.1 i 1 l t 1 H VI N vutk A IL, r 1) A f> W At isl It l, K r s, i t s j 4t tn i tu i J U 11 s i b Jul> -a it 11 1 t I 1 1 18 NL nil 1! Il t I Stpt 8 9 29 30 At Ha I ..'-ill 11 Al Hartford pi i U NL Ita ill. 11 1. S pt ]J 1 At W 1 K 1 S pi 5 0 inn e i IJ u tt urccsler Tl? 1 J Si-l t 18. 13 H I- t At Harl f rd it, I s p u Neuirkjm iue 8 9 Sep ii i I i i Julj i o i s-t-l t 1 1 i kl t V K C bepl H M r Ic '-ei l t l isl ht 111 11 s 1" IS M Jill Mr K is Atllartfjr i s 11 it Sej t 1 (n n t ai I aft mod 2, At n 1I1K' n 4 It J V> n i i Haiti i u Sc] t J 3 JiWX I uf i.iCT 1 J< s 41 i H M llai full n, ll Newark il Sqt .1 u Hnien 19 j Sejt a .4 9 iC i lntt n ig 29 SI ter is s j t b r V, rt lor- U KB! f in (II 31 Sept G At Han isl rt r s j t h n At Hai forl Ig s J Spj i 4 ri t K 1 IfJ At Ne ark V ix b At N Ha t A l s jt 1- II At ton ig 4 if I ll Book Job n B.nporlnm Both tllfl TnprtlTlfl Hllll resulU wl of Figa is taken; it is plenaan and lefreshmg to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels, cleanses the BJS tern effectually, di'peh colds, heatJ aches and aud cuies habitua constipation, fcjrup of Figs la the only remedy of its kind ever pro -duced, plenaing to t''a tastl anrl nc ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend il to all and have made it the mosl popuhr remedy known. feuup of Figs is for sale in 50c and bullies liy all leading-drug ts Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will cuie it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAH CAL. KY N Y Latest Novelties LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S olylish Parasols At almost t irat Cost Prices, along with a lew arrival of all stylos San UmbroIIasfor ho hot weather, one of which Ban Ombnl- fl8 every lady should have AlRO a new arrival of now Erat roldorles ,nd FIouncinRs of tho very finest material jul workmanship at snoh prices as are iclow anything ever heard of Again, we have received another big lot f those boautif it hildrou'ci Hats and Caps, or tho sftlo of which we have such a wide eputatlnn aa this Go to Wallh for a Child s Hat and it will ook twice RA handsome again jnat on ac ount of thestyluh hat t Jnst received throe cases more of our among Fast Color Hosiory and many No v ItlO1? for the vacation time i .1 i i, OPPOSITE CITY HALL N B Onr goods positively warranted 017 belt. IN THE CITY, Youmans Oelebrated Spring now on StOn i IIATTKH, 15 IIAn 'Jills MAN Bought his of AMFRICAN ANBTAfLORma OOrki wutiW uotrhiv, how morh Hind w hut ltd thioagh hu cott v Wi clothlig th< Boji Childiti with fxtt BE8I TAILOR-MADE CL-OlHING 1 _ pnow Onr It 8AMPT P OVPRCOAT8 hr worth our 8AMPIP 81UI8, worth US for for flVldrtn'i RDM fuitg md Hultt OiOTUING TO OKTiFTt. u but u U wlft, MI! oomt right along to tti A M 111141 (JATvj 1 ilil UIIUU1U1.1VA UVf) Ho. 8 But Cor. Warren St. 4? u when the subject comes np for coi snleratiou By the Common Council. Dated July 18SIT JNO C' OWENS City clerk [Pr's 60] 7 17 15 The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., 2S 2S W ST A i TKKNTON N J Transacts a hanking business Allows interest on cash auhject to check at Bight Bents boxes of various sizes in Its nre and bargltr proof the renter esilasively keeping the key Acte as agent for colloctuig rents and for or OAlo of real oetgto Fxecutes trusts of every description M Fiecutor, Administrator Guardian Trus- tee, etc Loans money on mortgage and ou col- lateral Agenta for Cheque Bank of London. Cheques for sale, good in all parts of the rorld. HUGH H.HAMILL, President HKNEY 8 Li n LK, President ABA F SKIBM Secretary ItAKKKB OUMBHR, I'rOJjiUror WILLIAM Q MOOEK, Caahior DIRECTORS, Hugh H T N Adams RurkerGimniero, Harry Holers, Gnmmere, Jr, James Buchanan, Wuh'n A Eoobllng, Owen H Locke, H S. L B Eisdon, S, Meredith Dlnkinnon. Gdwud Cook, Edmund C Hill, William B Ttid, Albert Umyton READ THE TIMES "r PROSPCRI ll j ['RINTING SHORT AT REASOilABLE PRICES i i ii i i L i Aii i i i i i 11M E A I" itiNT
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