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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. VIII. NO. 9381. SlRIKES AND Si BIKERS. Labor Disturbances Are Not on the Decrease Till qi111 ION MW Intercutting I'mults uf a live Yean' In- veitlgatlcm fo) Hit: lltneau of Statlatloa uf Labor 1HI Slrlk.n During That Time In ALBAM N 1 Ihw bureau of statistics of lal r have issued a report on labor troubles in tin nUte in which they nay It has bti 11 at various times sug- gested that the da) fur strikes and labor differences must, bi drawing to a close. Such a h( pe IN however, purely optimistic. 'Ihe iuvehtit ill jus in five years of stnkef have, covered iA distinct trades and In dustries and the numberof whlcli hav e lxe n v isited or addressed In T6- latH n to strikes has covered a total of 11 052 Ihe total number of strikes in five jears Of this number or Hi usy sneoessml while or V per cent were (ul, and lift) were pending I ive, thousand two hundred and Incut) three establish luents eiiipluung 171729 men were en- gaged in general strikes and Results of Strikes. Of this nunibira274 or 4d 937 per (ent were, for nn me of wages 7191 SfUierceilt Of the 2ST4 Bilcecsaful, while the remainder 654 or 28 888-87B per cent wue unsuccessful One thousand four hundred and thirt) two establish incuts orjil I ctut of ILe eutUe number of establishments involved in gen eral strikes struck either for a reduction or against ail increase of working time, of these Si 11 MJ ptr cent, or 1 775, were snp- cessful while the remainder, 257 or 17 8J9- 8VS per vvere unsuccessful These 1 4i2 establishments employed 859 men Among the 'l 484 strikes there were 598 threatened strikes of which 547, or 91 141 per cent were successful, while 51, or 6 per tent failed The Bones of Contention. ___ A suminar) of the causes of strikes for five )ears shows that the predomi causes were questions of wages and bouts of labor Strikes occurred m 3 888 establishments, being 41 WJ-JS1 per cent of the whole number for an increase or against a reduction of wages Of these or 70 M i ffA per cent were success ml 1 128 or SI per cent, were unsuc- cessful 3 strikes or 2o-cSi4 per cent, were not settled and are still pending One thousand strikes, being 1H 2197 .2346 per cent of the number reported in table A were for cbasge in hours of labor Of these or 7ti WH 1777 per cent, were successful and 33829 lit i per cent were unsuccessful The ballon Big Strike. CHICAGO, Aug 1 sailors' strike, m- 1 oiymg t-verj- species of sailing craft oil the lake system was inaugurated this morn ing Not a sailing vessel will leave any port on an> of the lakes, and just as fast as vessels that are now out make their ap- pearance the) will be added to the list of tied up The prospective strike is due to a demind on the part of the Seamen's union for an increase in wages after Aug I Uj )2 fur Bailors and 11 25 for terflemeTi, and a further demand that every man on hbipboard under the rank of captain shall be a member of the union and shall be shipped from the seameu s union head qnarters b) vessel owners The Vessel Owners' association refused the demands Freestone Cutters Will he Freestone gutters throughout the Lnited States havedeclded to take part in the New England Freestone cutters' luckcut Thirtj two delegates from Chicago Philadelphia, Brooklyn, New York and many other large cities have arrived here to see if a settlement cannot be A committee of dele- gates will wait on the Boston Progiossive Irtcstonc Cutters' union, which comprises the men who have taken the vacant places jind faiibmit a plan -for uniting in one body til the freestone cutters in North America The international convention of freestone cutters will be held at Philadelphia on Aug 4. Xftbor ?iewB. PmsBiIG Aug 1 strike at the National Rolling mill at McKeesport has been setHed Hie employes are to receive scale wages but the company will not be required to the amalgamated scale list All dtp irtments are running PoeGHKtusIi- Aug 1 is that the passenger brakemen on the Hudson Kiver railroad will combine for more pay Head brakemen now gel MO a month and rear brakemen Ihfiy have made an application for an increase, but it has respectfully declined on the ground that tin New Central is pay ing as much as other roads Philadelphia Cloakmakeri Win. PHILADHI iiv Aug 1 strike of the cloakin i ers here has ended in a vic- tory for tin. abonng Mien The conces Bions made nv tht manufacturers are that they will ctnplcn cmlv union men and dis- charge the nonunion men at present in their emplo) On the other hand, the union men have agreed to allow the non- union men who desire to do so to jojn the union 'ihe question of wages has yet to be decided A committee of eight mem- bers of the union will confer with the manufacturers concerning their terms If possible tho contract will be signed at once A lilR Stilke Probable SroTTDAiF Pii Aug Knights of Labor in the coke region to the number of i 000 men Msited the Moytr works Thurs- day ind passed resolutions to "lend their aid to the nf Raimy Co should they strike foi the signing of ilie wage settle -MIpc i mit-niici i i t t i lie I e sii) s tli it II e u III okei s scalt 1 lie s! i kt men nill hk( ly be or ir lays Frote.tunt Vli.nliiiiiu in Si I'MHMi I I jka.se hits been issii d 1 i! >pc rations b) i'r tes uil i ueclall) in wcbttrn Knssi i heoffefidelt being tumiiu, KI II I iu over in u few altv of Uuu IllBlne H iril-on CAIL N I 11, I letarj Blame anil his s n I nun is HI i n ai here toeinv fienn i u Hut i H 1 in he guests (if i'resielent ITaiii i Tim Lake t- rip IV K h r. p Uniull Aug 'l ik liave bought full) Iw tlml-, f lhec.il ire pe i'h c rop if the I tk 1 11 islun Is at B.J cm tin islands rKKNTON, IIIUKSDAY AKTKKNOON, THE CAPE MAY COTTAGE. 1. 1890. THE BASEBALL WOW-D A GREAT TIME FOR ODD FELLOWS Cikgo Next CHIC MIO 1 foil iw n, is an autlliie-of. the proKriim ue foi thecintjn men t of the Pali larehs Militant in I U Id t-ollow (TirTniial dFIiidisti ill n in fins tit) next week lav me mini, c mt ins and lodges will met b ot the steelworks eg in tin eiectijn of houses for his em on the Ire swept hstrict The loss m buildings au 1 honseheild will ag Oul Ihe msiiranct' is estimated it sJ5 UeH) Ni sen ins ueldents are ro jioite i larved by the H niiin SUtKlsf 1 Bax ter one-ol the atLiches of the Irvvin Brjth i> eircus was slashed in a f uful man ler with a lasl evening bj lean de itlprwi-p knnwn is the Human I hi wts done in the mess lent wheu t is said, made an insulting pie position to le I UIO'H wife No ope ventured to inter ere Baxter it last rushed from the teut leeeliug from frightful vveninds 111 the face toimeh back aud arms Talio foi oweel but was seized from behind by a ire us employe and held until his victim escaped Baxter s injuries lie serious, but inay nuL prme -DS-I-alle "TWHQid has not yet been arrestc d The B and O New Line PlTTsiun AUK Baltimore and Ohio lailroad lias ured a route for a tiunk line between the east aud west, and in a few months will commence work on a oniieetini. line vvhu h will unite the rail muds in southern Niw York with their wn road The pnposid route is via tho Pittsburg anil to Butler Pa from there over the new roid to be built tO_ i'uiixsiitavvne) a clistanee of eighty links ulnch will unite with the Buffalo Hoohes Ihe Infer road-con netts with the New I'liinsvlvania and Ohio nt Buffalo and has the use of their trucks to New 'i ork of 1'yUiins KINGSTON NY I Brand lodge of tlie Knights of Pv thins hns ad journed to meet in i ortlaiid Inlv ]sii Hie oificers elect Mere mstilhd and haneellor irpentei of Sv rirnse George II Gardiiiei of Mbnnj mastei at-arms lames A Me and Flank of New irk mini and outer g lards The Deaell) Ed Onus (auglit Her POICHM.HSU N v. i bathing in the Huilsoi nul it I lust evening with (Ive rennpanions Miss MctB Bchrman 18 old fN u became entangled m the ul glass mil was (houned .She VVHR boiicinift 1 otel at fe.s i s "I was troubled with with catarrh for over two years I tried vnrtous remedies and was treated by a number of physicians but re- from calomeland other Injurious drugs, Delng eelved nobenent until I becran to take Ayer s eomponed of purelv vegetable ingredlenU Bamaparllla. A few bottles of this medicine While thorough In their action they stlmu onred me." J Boggs, Holman's Mills, late and strengthen the bowels and sooretory V, Q, I RIVAS TURNED A Move That ill sen. dor sci.il I LIBERT V.D v m It is reported that i recently recalled fr Salvador gov eminent Cojutepeciue and j operating against d tier turned traitoi handsome reception i he was supposed t TRAITOR Hurt Salva 1VF9TON, 1 n Rivas w h vv is Honduras bv the raisetroups iroiind i the mam armv e inila on the fron ifter having had a the capital be n he on his vvav to thr much to the disappointment of the society people lolstois 1 ist book has been In led fie m the I uited States isinll b) -an ordsr frmn A (instant Attorney Ueueral at ashington ihesup- pressie n ot a lo k in Amenta that had passe I tlit seiiitin) e f the Htissian govern ment bus ited eonsideiable comment among littei Uturs It is v i rv in1 ible that some of the crew of the ImU 1 M ites vv ir ship Kearsarge, which rtacln d the Bi >e khn navy yard on eveliim, will be tried by court martial on ff rgt rv Ihe alleged offenses wen t immitttd while the vessel was at Ke) anil for the purpose of providing the j rpitraters with spending moue) when thev rtii he 1 Ntw ork Squire lie giirt i f lifton N I objects to the laving f thenuU if a new electric railwav in fiout of his house and has forci bly torn them up Mrs bluing of New York committed suicide at Bridgehampton _L_I_i_bj drown At Kansas St Ui m eubt miles from Albany, N 1 1 In mas U linen aeed 18, had a war of worls with D minlck Mott and striking him on the head vv lib a club, killed him Jacques r mile P il tie the eminent civil engineer and sen it n uf I ranee is dead I he fo How ing hus been issued from the treasnr) departmei t On and after Aug Id offtis for the sale of silver bullion in lots i f nol less than 1 i IKJv) ounces audits delivov fiet of to Ilie govern mi nt at an) sjii e Hie d e e mage mint of the I nittd st Uis will la itteivel either by te 1 h or le tit i leu tnsieleration at (.Ink on Me nel i s and rrilivs of enii vv ek except when these I v fe t ill m h lidavs Mis Kebecta ible mother of deorge Cable tht novelist died at her home in N rtliHinpton Miss Jul) 31 lereinitli Miller i woodchopper who live 1 with Ins uifi and nine children In a eabl i n N ill niLiilitiiln lie ir Mechanics bin _ 1' i si t uid men tall) wounded his wife ind tin n kllli d himself Iialousy ToumanB1 Celebrated Spring A fatal Shooting Affray. Miss Aug I Our -Ity wiu> thrown into great excitement by the firing of iifteen or twenty shots near the Delta bank On reaching the spot alter Stoddard was found Ivmg on the sidewalk dead and J D Money, a prominent planter and brother of et Congressman Money, was sitting on the curbstone shot in both legs both wounds being below the knee Ihe trouble grew out of charges of cor ruption inidFasrRtnst the city government and illustrated by a local artist VT dtj Gill LoilsviilF Aug McCrorj, night watchman at the St Ivouis cemetery, aged 26 years, m a fit of jealous rage called at the residence of John Heep, and calling Annie StaKen a pretty servant girl, to the door, shot her in the head with a revolver, inflicting a mortal wound He then fired two bullets into his own head His wounds are not considered fatal McCrory had threatened on to take the girTs- Hfe" Suicide of a Small Boy EASTON Pa Aug 1 Transue, a boy only H years old, committed suicide last evening He was the son of Taylor Transue a truck farmer A coroner's jury decided th it he was temporarily insane. He tied a rope around his neck, fastened it to the limb of a tree and then sank to the ground Only half of his weight rested upon the rope, and he was strangled to death Noith Dakota Vomlnatlons GRAND 1 ORKS, N DL, AUK 1 the Republican state convention John P Brady, of brand Forks, was renominated for auditor L E Booker, of Pembina, for treasurer and John i Little for secretary of state CAM Spencer, of Walsh county was nominate d for attorney general Cut Thulr Through a Stone Wall. NKVVPOIST Ark, 1 I W Paun, under inelie line nt for tho murder of Mrs Dtiffv and I rmk Patterson under indict- ment foi 11 le ss offense broke jail nt lack sonport by rutting their way through i stone wall A renard has been offered for their apprc hension Fntallt Shell Wife LONO Hmsni, N J.Aug f itall) shot ins wife at thir cot- tap-e at I itonlenvn ou Thmsclav The woiruin in her ante mortem statement re fused to give the mils-- of the tragedy He was arrested Ayer's Cathartic. Pills are recommended by the host physicians, they are free from calomeland other Injurious drugs, beln( frontier he turned I i k his forces if KH ndlans toward the. Apical and i-ton ji the barracks There fighting has been going on two days but no detuU Iwve been received as communication I in mterruptid since Jen Rivas started the revolution igamst ;he Menendez government some inniillis ago, but was defeate 1 He then fled t Honduras A large manufacturing house m Plnla delphta has offered tj sell and deliver to Salvador from t) 1OOU cannon now stored on an isliud in the West Indies While the firm wiv ihe guns are nut new they are seiviceable Financial Anarchy Reigns LOMXIN Aug 1-Ihe Times Buen Ayres disoatch s n Financial chans mil anarch} rein'ii A Mil postponing the j in ment of bills one m nth has passed tin chambers It ruju in the president s -U lature 11 become n law Notaries rcfns to protest bills on tl giound of Ihi ence of astite of si _ Great p isMire .pplied to compel nan to resun It is estlmatid tl fully 1 "HO me n w wounded Disorlei cultural distneis Kosario railwaj liu- Troops have bein li MAN Bought hil thi AMFRICAtf AND 00., would not how mack wind whittled hil cost ut clothi-u Boji Childm wiU th.bxtt 6E8I IAILOR-MADE GLOTHINfl At mnrh 1 thn PhlMdphii pnc_ Our Ukdtn in 8AMPT f OVKRCOAT8 for U9 worth onr 8AMPI F SUITS, n.rth tH, (14, foi 18.00 for Ohildno'i KOM and OLOTHINQ MADE TO OKHFR. U but u tVt to I nlth, right along to fto. 8 Cor. Warren St. IMUN'I'TNG luring the liesiilitie ie> killed ind i W continue lu tin itrri tlip" lit SuulTiein en toln lip in places itebecl tcj iiiotec I tin dio roiiel Iruttic is workmen repallll suspended A SI ii ml to Death SYRAC t si- N he 4-memths old cilld of llion i Mcljovcrn has dud herefifsiJ'rvatiou in 1 neglect Ihttuinh D cupied a wretih Iliivel 1 he i Inld luicl been ill for three weeks and its neinrish i u nt was a teasp if 1 of condense il milk in a p-lut of waU r heil a.sked vv hv rltl nol KlytJ mnre the mnther who i v i ry ignorant, 1 1 that sin the i h'tle stomach i e i In l t un it 11 ucighbors now anl ihe'ii secietl> fed the child with a bowl of bread aud milk, which it would eat aiecdilj Is that Impurity c f tl P Mood which produces unsightly Inmps or iftelllngi In the neck, which causes riiiiiiins sores on the arms, legs, or feet, which develops ulceri In tlio eyes, ears, or nose often causing blindness or deafness, which Is tho origin of pimple, s, c-m eerousgrowths or which fisten Ing upon the lungs ciuses consumption ind death It Is the most indent of all Jllseases and very few persons ire entirely tiffs from II I low Can It Be By taking Hood i Sarsaparilla, which, by the remarkiblo cures it has accomplished has proven Itself to ho a poffent ind ppoullir medicine for this elhe> ise. If you suffci from scrofula, try HocxI H irsaparilK "Every spring my wife and children hive been troubled with sorofuli, my little three yeirs olel lielnp; a terrible sufferer LMt spring ho vv is DUO mass of sores from headtofeet. "Wo all took Hood sSarsaparllli, and all hive been cured of tho scrofula. My little boy is entirely fitio from sores and all four of my children look bright and hoilthy W B ATHKBTON, Passilc City, N J Hood's Sarsaparilla BoldbyAlldrQgKiHta 01 nlxforffA Freparfldonlr by 6 I HOOD A CO, Apotheoarlei, Lowell, Hint. IOO Doses One Dollar Ttoth tte methocT and results wlien Sjrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taxte, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver pnd Bowels, cleanses the sjs- tera effectually, dispels colds, head- aches and fevers and cines habitual constipation. Rjrup of Figa 19 the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac- ceptahle to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeahle substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popdhr remedy known r-vrup of Figi n for sale in BOc and bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro- cure rt promptly fur any ene who wishes to try it, not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. ------SAN FRANCISCO, DAL. UOUISVIIIF, KY HEW fORIf, H K Latest Novelties LADIES', MISSES' AND At almost FlrsEUost trices, along with DOW arrival of all styles inn Umbrellas for the hot weather, one of vhich Snn lifcabrol- las every lady should ha1 o Alao a new arrival of now Emtroideriea, and FlonncinffB of tho .uid workmanship, at anch price below anything over hoard of Again, we havo received another big lot of those beautifnl Children s Hats and Caps, for the sain of which wo havo such a wide reputation as this Go to Wallh' for a Child s Hat and it will look twice as handsome again just on ao count of the styllih hatl_ lust received threo cases more of our famous Fast Color Hosiery and many Nov oltles for tho vacation time w OPPOSITE CITY HALL. N B Our goods are positively warranted Td; belt. DONE IN A FIRST-CLASS MANNER, AND AT SHORT NOTICE AND FAIR PRICES, AT THt Trenton Times J O 1 Minting )cpartmcnt WASHINGTON BUILDING, Corner of Front and South "road Streets. The largest variety of SUPEKFIN? Hr AM CHOI OLA IBS guaranteed lobe the finest made In Iht U h will be found at ANGKT.O CAMRKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 2CS SO T KT-TP-F-TS-TI TRKXTIIN N J Fauoj Fruits lee rmm Soela Ualir Ice Cream Vlllk Slmkis Icmomuli etc hanil and Hit I est Unit can be had and made ThtJ.e art inrts 1 rlun cemvenl ent lor nil TM" HOBm-WARRKS inRB-I, Tn-mOU, K. I UrDBQKOVK A rrnprleto i. PATRONJZH HOME INDUSTRY AND Bt Y TUB Trenton Watch. The most reliable watch for the money Call ami-see the large nsnortrndntat T I I 11 I f U1 V II. I i. I Vil Y THR RKLlAni.BJEWEI.lCB. Perry Street, Opposite Trinity M B Ohuroh OF TEENTON NOTICK OF INTENTION Pursuant to a resolution passed by Com mou Council July 15th, notice is hereby given Of theinten ion of t ommon Council to alter the grade of 1 amberton street aooo danee with the plana and prollle pro pared by C C Haven City Su vcjveir, dated July 1st, 1890, and now ou file in his office Such pen-ons objecting to said change of grade are requested to appear I efore onn- cil at their meeting to he held on Tuesday evening, Angaat 5th neit at S o clock anil be beard for themselves or by LOU sel, when the subject comes up for coi sidoration By order of the Common Council. Dated July 17th, 1890 JNO C OWENS, City clerk I9JWJ 7 1715 The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., eiFRKCEIvsn nr TATRI 1 IBBNTON N J Jill) 15Ul rilHF RGIIIVEK Of HI11H1Y I gives nollce Unit dnp lute transcript of personal taxi s eif lH.1t anil ISM and now re nmlniog unpaid hiis boon prepared and ll the ab ive are nol pal I at erne e Itlei nninos of the delinquents will be puhllihed In two or moroof Ihediillj paptirs In a  (ItllnqnenH that unless are promptlv made publication will be made In two newspapers ol this oily F OVFRrOV IPr'n fee 16 Receiver of Tines READ THE TIMFfl- "W ST A j. v- IHKNTON, N J Transacts a general banking business Allows interest on cwh deposits, subject to cheek at sight Bents boxed of various sizes in Its fire burglar proof vaults, the renter exclusively keeping tHekey Acts as agent for collecting rente and for purchase or sale of real estate Execute! truiU of ovorv description, u Executor, Administrator, Qnardlan, Triu- tee, etc Loans money on mortgage and on col lateral. Agenta for Cheque Bank of London. Cheques for good in all parts of the world. HUGH H, HA.MII i, President. HBNBVfl Li 1 1 Vice President ASA F SKIRU Soorotary BARKER QUMRRB, JR Treasurer WIIIIAM O MOOBE, Cashier DUKCTOBS. Hugh H T N Adams, Barker Gimmere, Harry Poeers, OumjnereLJr James Buchanan, Wash'n A Boebling, Owen H Looke, H 8 Little, L B Risdon, 8 Meredith Dickinson, J R. Oasklll Edwrtd Grant Cook, Edmnnd C Hill, William 8 Yard, Albert Clayton RRAD THE TIMFS. O or   

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