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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. VIII. NO. 9 r GARCIA WAS PREMAIURE Fighting After Peace Repoils Were Sent Out. IS 'IHt AKGLM1M. "AK OVEEJ the goviriimint f i a 1 I viii gjing into Ilit h isim s tations _ il to iitli I'll IsBI [I 111 111 I II Jul) 18 the nsuli lliK in the Jw  Juh i In set lire to the niidenci f I uiib at I i -h i ad >ss the run fi M 1 i n U 111 i this Mr- 1'lu lib ill I ilreu win burntd to liuh in I Mi was so undl> buiued Hi it h emi NLW loI.K, lul.) JJ 1 Ii -tip im c )urt has issued a wilt of hali. is coi; us for Ihe production lu court of Dr Midomgal Mrs bhaw and William D iv foi riieir re- lease or admission to ball Hit appln ltlon was nmcjeon a pulll in of IJi Mid nienid- m which he allifeis that all tin i >m i a proccccUnKH were I ikin without lulhoilty in law and were illegal Kennedy and KFVV OlilrANS Jul} A'-Vlf KllllltllV, of htreaior Ills Ins suit i ill I rfeit on behalf of Kill) for t m itch with Ami) Kov.cn for a 1 ht proba- bility H the match vvill bi made us soon as the Carroll matih is dispusul if One Hundred and THentv Dial! I'ATtn July tW Hi Pehssier coal minis it St ruinm 1 uesday 120min rsw-eie killed ami Hum live in jured __ Its Evil Influence Denounced by the President NASHIM.ION HLLOFIISAtrlMS IJas Iln (Him a Sub Hoadliuarleia for the LouUiaim Company aud flint the Pollen and il tliirku Have Keen Corrupted IMIIM IDS lulv pribideut has suit tin 1  urreu a.t 1 U and 10 )ears, killing them mstm'lv Jennie ajul 1 i si apert ith scalp wouuct'and Wim-i i. fell to the river bilow adistinit it ihirt) feet into the water tint w is not much in jured It is feared that knuii h is sus amid some internal mjnrv as -hi wds thrown against the side of ihe bulu. ountj -PBy-sicinu- Johnson di ti 1 and uigTnrtn tloi r h juse The mhilstet Is at bbert) tlvillann Will >ot Be Punished. Pre% iou8 to tlu sending out of these dis- patches the armistice between the opposing factions was prolonged pending negotia lions betn ei n the goi eminent aud the for- eign ministers who were endeavoring tfl bring about the restoration of peace Presi- dent Celman s adhenuls HOUU claimed terms for a settlement between the govern ment and the forces had' been agried upon According to these the Chilians who took part in the Insurrection are not to bt punished All captains of the forces all officers above the grade of capum are to be deprived of their rank The urtillerv of the insurrec- tion i r w MT'u, I.nlhnl a rt-v ilvir b U is irrcsteii md I) kid up Ihru of his assailants ven isj irrist d Iln c nip ml a oflicials ,UHitbat more tl. m half the men wish but an a ftvv in liidir, nov propose lu'liting to finish and are irruuing for hi- protection of .ill tin mfii who desire to to w ,rk A special p dice force was ivornm last and a piollanntion is issiiul b> the burgess commanding ,s i U? 1 up m iudvvill dttail a 11 of deputies to the local polite in e in C lie 111) mm of a_t md lllimar I Ike the Ntvv K N J luh Irmg N J -i" 1 (111 It on "saturda) lasi to secure a chartei from tin sUti of North Dakota for a lot terv (ompui) tin pending effort to obtain fi mi tin st ite uf Louisiana a renewal ot the chin ti i of the Louisiana and the es ibhshnient of one or more lot- lirv tomiiimies at Mexican towns near our boidn haie served the good purpose of L-illiugaltLution to an evil of vast propor tious If the baneful effects of these lot- teries were unfilled to the states that give the comp unes corporate powers and a II flense-toewxkut ih, imaiiunj. citizens of other states being powerless to apply legal rimtdles might clear thembclves ol nsponsibilit) In use or such mural ageu cies as were within thur reach But the case is not so The people of all the states are de- bpuclnd nnd di frauded The vast sums of inonej offered to the states for are drawn from the people of the United Males and the general government us mail is made the ef fective and profitable medium of Inter imtuwn thu lottery compaav and its victims The use of the mails is quite as essentul the companies as the license A Deadly Blow to the Companies. "It would be practicallv impossible for these comp mies to if the public mails were once effectively closed against their advertisements and remittances Ihe use of the mails b) these comp mies iga pros titutton of an agency only intended to serve the purposes of a legitimate trade and a decent social intercourse It is not necessary I am sure for me to attempt to portra) the robbery of the poor and the widespreil corruption of public and pri- vate morils which are the necessar) inci dents of these lotter) schemes Lotterj Agents at Washington. "The mtional capital has become A sub- headqudrtt the Louisiana Lottery com panv, and Us numerous agents and attor neys are conducting here a business, proba- bly a larijir use of the mails than that of ILnv business-enterprise to-the District of Columbia I here seems to be good reason to believe that the corrupting ti m h of agents has been felt by the clerks in the postal service and by some of the police officers of the District of Colum bia Seveir and effective legislation should be prompt 1) enacted to enable the post- office department to purge the malts of all -letters, newspapers and.-circulars relating to this business The letter of the post- master gemral which I transmit herewith, points out the inadequacy of the existing statutes, a id suggests legislation that be effectual C loie Avecae. "It nmv also be necessary to so the carrjiiM of letters b) the express com- I j_preveut the use of those agen- cies to maintain communication Between the lotter) companies and fheir agents or. customers in other states It does not seem possible that there can be any divi- sion of sentiment as to the propriety of closing thi mills against these companies, and I then fore to express the hope that such proper powers as are neces- to tint -nd will be-at-onco given to the pobtollice department mix HABRISON Mr anainaker's Letter. In his letter to the president the post- master general thai the urgency and of the cise impels him to antici- pate tus anrraal repoii b) this special com munuatuii in regard to the use of ihe mails b) the Louisiana Lottery company After del uling the action of the depart ment m this matter in the past, the post- master general siys that It is manifest that the object of the law has been sue cessfully thwarted, and that without ad itioual legislation the mails must con- mue to t irr) this class of matter He ubnnts to the president a copy of the bill ecentl) reported from the house commit- ee on pi stoltlces and post roads, and ully covered in the these dispatches at liat time TO FORCE MR BLAINE OUT. C P kii.i I hi Mipr. mi i elded till l Mill dalor) an 1 n I li ihi I-ni I i inn edaSiKil) ni-i f r i InrKh Patsi Kuriuan I 1! -I m wil Aulille limnu l ur 11 Bill) And) How on at Mil' un.li. Ihe p ltlon of liavi was (k-tn vi-d bv hie I o-s teen hor-is win citmate 1 James B Kiln his bun. rtu for longnss In the Diniouat-, 'IhlrtBtnth Peiinsv Ivaina dlstnet The Balnural hotel at Montnul ted b) lire and the 1 >0 guests I nih es caped m then night clothes Louis Harder an isbk. (Wis i olite- man was shot nil 1 instauth kltlid b) Ilauk Ripple whom he was attein[ ting to "arrest: The population of the citj of Hrjokhn as aimouniid bv tin ensus offlei Ii NH 377 In 1NSU it was oUo Mil Ihe exitutui committee of th Ntw York statt Republican mrr u New lork Jul) -1) llu Lodge eli i i I ill was indorse! ati 1 the due of tlr- rrab s state f invent i jnllxi 1 for Sepl 4 Henry Bum- (colored) was i Scranlon fin tin murde- f fremg Big bi Sta Pnatex VlCTOIIv 1> I Tu'v The ei bthoiiuer Mi-Lluef. of Orei; i was chartered jme mouths ago Cox and twentv othei owner- 1 1 h sealing schf nur-t i go tothe N ill I'ldlic ocean and from tlm tjtime off the fleet while at si i has jubt i in ned from si i Mil 1 -kins that had bitn tikin bv mm Inn sealers in Bihrtiu A schooners were -ulitcd (.apt theMisthiif sav- that thtv an t of ipt president s pi dam Hum thin ish staling mi i n i-thive-oim- fonnall m 01 Ih it would i tempt their work it the risk of si me Vim ncan sih venture into the sui tin- vear The Famous Cocoa of Europe The Coming One of America. Vin Iloutm's- h ffr iftt m ire nf the flrsh foi mlng elements i f i DI u than ib ubtdined the bekt pr n esses of other maiHifcictuitrs. BEST GOES FARTHEST." Doctors and in ihsts of tlie highest standing al! n Id, 1 1 1 1 fj t i U is i in nu use saving, and by YS.N Hoo s spu i il pit 1 1 s, onh i in this be attained V XV H IPN d alnnyfl pooBeMBS Ihe great f the w euf la and elcU, r l n 11 n No wonder therefore II at n al! <-oi is recommended by medical Inetead ot for uee by ehlldrHOi or ndulle, nnd poor (or Hot UN and (aAjwo MissichuseUs., fur the dis tritt of PI) mouth M is- Nt 1 he pAiishloni re of tin dun 11 thin ill" Dr Hint- p inted t van ins 01 t ill ned at Harry Prltish nit of itraul I the Brit- rum tr at He i w ill A Mammoth I umbir Hn EAST SM Mich Juh originating from i nkfroniu destnnel Owen 11 Mi in ison 4t ire,   ith tin i i tions bill it is hard to fontell then ilt 1 he best ele- ment of the partv tivurihi iiiTemnation outright while the txtmin clement, led by Represenlative 11 >nk w int nn un qualified Indorsement of tl i measure It isgenerall) conceded tint I wisT Batter of be nominal 1 for governor A >ew Fngtiml Deal. NEW Juh 30 tli meeting of the directors of thi w rk and England railroad Vn-i In t liistvvick an nounced that the rk md New Euu land had obumed cuuti 1 f the Piovi dence and fepniuheld ri road, which, with an extension of and a hall mries (which is to In built will give the New r tu'himl l eople a direct connection with r Mr Bjstwick further said then vv i> n t1 ing in them 1 piphaii) met to nil u i f ItiTir fuimer j (onmmtei Tjf live up nt with i immittees of the ins if the ihunh for the nurpo l "f lU'CldlllK test mi malt) tin dii irtmg pastor An if Jl feel sums to exist ami ilk the l> trs the action of the r cl.un h autlmiities Secrttarv 1 rui v nt london. Ki-w IuMi's suits sti imu Dispiuh has arrived here with Nint'ltv IrmjKib nrcl ji lour of uispii-ti HI anil will visit the naval station pa) ing espu il attention to the fresh vv uu basin just n rth of the station with a vitvv to lav up the modern cruiseis there wl in n .t m use Ihe board of tl ide undirtdtiii uist marv lonrtesien (.onRrmman MiKlnlij lir-iaved JuLj- Mls'i Me Kmli) sistirof Longrissmau Mi kmle) lu-d it her f ithti's residenie h. re last overstulv m her p isition as leather in thi pubac ihnols lure Ihe dinisid had bun issist mt prim Hal of the Canton high school twtnt) nine )iars A large I'liiliuUlphla Ftllure PllII HI V F u mimifutuiu- i f fertilisers have lailid Hit in land nt (KHJ and the lnbllltlis it IXKI ll.er, fusal if iri'ilitoistorinew n t s uf the l'i nmsiila HnilfTt't, Dil upr n wh i h tl hi iv) md i sirs i nisi Celebrated SprtaB Styles now on HATH- 16 Rant State Ivgert dim wire 1 tht suspi nsum IM f K1'1 Sentence i i Dr 1 horn i- if ui and his w ifi fi mid of in in the death of Mi-i- an iiboitiou h f in v ir- eaih In the HAD MAN Bonght pmta of tht AMFRICAN AND TAILORING CO., would not Wi il how mni-h nind thiongh hit clothimg Chlldrn BE8I TAILOR-MADE At mnoh 1- Prilluldphil Our 8AMPT R OVERCOATS worth "d out SAMPLE 8UIIM, fin Oildnn'i Panti "d Ovwwrt CLOTHING MADE TO il ii> to d -1 ngkt along to A JSJ Bo. 8 Cor. warren St V .V IMUNTTNG s that a big di il i- in pi between 'land and the lie of one or A Washington Paper Says Prominent Re- publicans Favor A Scheme. TON, July SO Star says The mdign ttion of the Republican lead of congress over Mr Blame's mterfer- ente in the tariff discussion has reached a lelligerent state It is proposed since the of his last letter to Senator ?rve that he shall be forced out of the cab- net and If possible, out of the party This .nay seem extreme and startling, but it is what is at this moment being seriously discussed by those gentlemen in congress who might be expected to bear a feeling of angry resentment against the man who done more than has any other to in jure the reputation' of the bill upon which are dependent for campaign capital Confercui-ra have hold by ihese gentlemen since the appearance of ibis last letter to Mr Frje to deteimine what the) c m best do under the circum stances A gentleman of unquestioned reliability who knows all about what is going on m this matter and with It, said to a Star n porter today that Mr Harrison had tried, to put Mr. -Blame down, but had failed, and now they would see what could be dont He said, further, that they would out of the cabinet and then out of the that thoy would exercise all their powei and would crush him Ihe Star publishes, also, an interview with Repn si ntatlve Owen, of Indiana, de- TIV ing the stune? that Mr Blame and the priMilcnt an m conflict Mr Owen is quoted as saying "Mr Harrison must know that he could not get a renommation if he wile violently antagonized by Mr Blame and Ins fni nils I do not think an) one can lount on Mr Hainson taking such a- oourSH as would drive Mr Blame out of Ins t ibmet Tin Pope mid Mr Dillon Dun lul) is repoitedat Ltm eruk that Bishop O Dwjer has received a letter from the pope npprov ing the bishop's noi nt lettir censuring Mr Dillon In con ncctlon with the Perslco mission Two Drowned Pa July flfl Oorge HuXilir agul II years, and W illiam Mor row aged'I) ears were drowned at Pitts ton Tnesda) afternoon. Ayer'ii Cathartic Pllln are recommended by the best plivsielans becoMe they are free of nnreli vegetable the and Ntw 1 Hoosatonie rouls fir Ih both propitrtlis N 1 ti us iction, con solidation or sale is thii.lt of or antici pated _ The White Sqiiiihnn II >me Again NEW IOKK luh in-lh siinidrun of evolution COIISHIIIU 'f 'I irmsus Chi cago, Boston and 'i ivi uriivcd at quarantine Ihe squill i has bien ab- sent nine months Vll I i not In en har moniou during that tin "T of a court of wli soon be expected, will bi ivat. 1 theven great er interest than vv is t h H w I it h made pub lie theextraordm ir) stal f affairs on the United States steamship I iterpnse No- table interest is felt in tin uise of Capt J K. Howell, who was suspended by Ad- miral Walker, he formallv reporting him on March 15 A Runaway A'-cJrtent. HAMILTON, Ont July 80 a party Of ill ladles and gentlemen were driving Burlington to Oakland night DONE IN wan troubled with with catarrh for ove two years I tried various remedii R and vvai treaud by a number of physicians but r celved no benefit until I begun to take Aver s A few bottles of thin meufcine cured M Bogga, Holman's MlllB, Wnfie thorough In their aetlon they ntlmn- N. 0. j and the boweli and secretory Makes the lives i f m my "P'e mftprablo, causing distress after i itinu sour Rt mull, nek of appetite. a faint, all gone fcclinp 1 ii taste, coiteil tongui" mil Irregularity of thebnwrls Dyspepsia duos After not BPt "sr" _ requires o ireful att ntlnn, Eating i rm ily like Ho il s Bimparllla which ids t ully, ycteffli K 11 h It toni-s the stomirh r tilitci the iligcs tlon, creates a gmul i[ Sick and refreshes the miiid Headache I Invo on troulilt 1 HI I hid hut little appctlti- u 1 whit I did e it u dlstnssiil nif, or did mo neaif p ouinu i bum vvolllil ll a flint or tirnl ill gone feeling, as llioiu Ii I not e-iti n anything My trraihln n aggrav itpil by my business pnlntitig 1 i SOUt spring I to_ok Hoods b" which did mo -in Immense amount of g" il It gavn mo in and my food r IMml and natisflnl the craving I hail pnviimily exporlwiood." QKonOK A I'AUF, Witirtown, Mass Hood's Garsaparilla Sold liy all dniBRlitn fl nlitnrjv onlj by 0 I JIOOD CO Apothocftrioi, Lowoll, Mftsfc 100 Doses One Dollar Both the method anil leuulUi wheu Sjrup of Figs is taken; it is pleaiant and refreshing to the taste, nnd acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- tem effectually, dibpels colds, head- aches and aud cures habitual constipation. of Figs 18 the only remedy of its kind ever pro- duced, pleasing to the taste and uc ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remed) known. S) nip of- Figs is for sale in. and'Sl bottles by all leading drug gists. Any, reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. FRAHCISCO CAl. LOUISVILLE, KY NEW YORK, N t. Latest Novelties IN LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S olylish Parasols At almost First Cost Prices, along with new arrival of all styles Bun Umbrellas for the hot weather, one of which Sun Umbrel- las every lady should have Also a new arrival of new Emlroidenes anil Flouncing of the very finest material and workmanship, at such prices as are below anything ever heard of Again, wo have received another big lot of those beautiful Children's Hats and Caps, for Iho nslsof which wo have Btich a wide reputation as this Go to WalliV for a Child s Hat and It will look twice as handsome again just on ac- count of the stylish hat I 7nnt received illreo caius luurti uf  poi F C l.VMUOV LPr's fee, JO Hoci tver of lavos. READ THE TRENTON TIMER pITY OF TEFN10N. NOTICE OF INTENTION. Pursuant to a resolution passed by Com- mon Council July 15th, notice is hereby livtn of the intenticn of omruoK oancll to alter the grade of lambertou street 1m accoidance with the plans and profile pre- pared byC C Haven City Surveyor, datrf July 1st, 1H1XJ, anel now on Old In bia 3nch per ona objecting to laid ihange of grade are requested to appear t ofure c cil at their meeting to ho hald on 1 uesday evening, Angust 6th neit at S o clock be beard for themselves or by ion ael, when the subject comes np for coi aidoratiou By order of the Common Council. Dated July 17th, 1890 JNO C OWENS, City clerk [Pr-s 60] 7 17 15 The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., w STATE IRK.NTON, N. J Transact a general banking business Allows interest on cash deposits subject check at sight Rente bums of varrona sines m ita nre ana burglar proof the renter keeping the key Aete M agont-for collwtmg rnntaa.d foi purchase or sale of real eatate Eieoutes trusts of every description, u Eieontor, Administrator, tee, eto money on mortgage and on Ml- lateral. for Cheqne Bank of Lonatn. Cheques for sale, good in all parts of world. HUGH H. PAMILL, President. HINRT 8 Li 111 E, Vice President ABA F BKIRM, Beorotary BABKitB GnMRBK Js., Treasurer. WIIIIAM G MOORE, Cashier. Hugh H T N Adams, Barker Gnmraere, Harry Bogeri, Barker Gnmmere, Jr James Buchanan, Wash'n A Boebllng, Owen H Locke, H 8 Little, L B Risdon, 8 Meredith Dickinson, J E Saskill, F-Jward Uo6t, Edu.nud O Hillr a Yard. Albert CUytoa READ THE "ti   

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