Trenton Times, August 12, 1890

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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VOU VIII. NO. 9300, TlJHJSDAY AKTKJWOQN, AlKilJHF 1890. TWO OKNTS I HE CENTRAL WINNING. It Looks as Though the Knights fci" j Were Beaten. minis suutisE's IARDS. TruliiB HunniiiK Nearly as Usual lit New York (.oitr nor II 111 uuimeU ery Mod Uin lUplj toAhe I'ifHidttit Webb i 1 he yard at Fjist hM-iKiisL is clcued of htrikera and Prnkertuti men IbtLPink ertun force runfurced b> others from t'ie to Kasl Sjrucuse lant evening L udt r Shenft Austin and Btuial dcpitv shi riffh awl ouUuk, force of liilrnad unplujfs At the jard they forujml in H, aud advunctd through the freight )urd tht, Htnkcrs all retiring be- fore Lht- in withuul KB stance, and the Pinktrtoti men aud railroad men began the work of making up and forwuidingthe thnv. JJtupclty tiul up thwe At fj of them in traded on tin public streets thpy were liable to arrest hile the railroad sends out flower} statements from York timt thtj are afraid, H ideated b> the fact that carpenters begun erecting berths lit the- car hop-? for ocmpaiirj of the militia that ma} be quartered at West At o o clocfk la.st a train on the Central bound for'lroj was stopped at the iron works warning the trainmen th it if the) attempted to run afttr dark would be fatoned the train wa.s allowed to The Sheriff Called ipon, A committee of the strikers held a con- ference with Dtliware and Hudson man- agers and ihev agreed to refuse to aid the Central road About the same tune Sher Iff Roont) was notified b) the Central road that their Albany shops were in danger aud that the; should expect him tn fiiruish protection The import-nut fiwitcties at tilled three fttts of men, each set going out when ap peak-d to b) the strikers Fne switches are without care and the others are under green hands and an accident is probable at an) time What the Strikers Claim. A statement from the headquarters of the strikers The statements sent out by tho Central are tn bol their poiitiou and arc untrue Tho men are more confident than ever, and ttie firemen ut our orders to go out Ihe road while announcing that the) would ouh twentj four hours and would then fill their places has Mending to the men's olTfiing them the biggest inducements to return also falsel) stated that Mr Lee Ijsyn i tho nrrter Iheir hist is to send out the j i) car HO that the men will use the mone) for drink 1 tun m case of not sue ceedmg in this the) will ask the public aud get damages from the count) where tiouble takes place "N e him alread) oilers of large sums of nmnt) from ptoplt outside the order who with in emeu Maj Strike Tht Knights are jubilant The Federa- tion of Labor pledged their support is one of the 1 irgest in the country Ihe strikers have mide application to Judge Gutinan for the airest of one of the Pmktrton diteetues ujion the ground of personating an omcer The) will thus Uiake a test e It is understood that the engineers v, ill not go out, but that the lire men are to strike today if any attempt is made to move freight Ihe engineers in such case will refuse to run engines with green firemen Governor Hill's Reply to Webb IXEW YOKE, Aug The following Is Governor Hill's reply ia full to Vice Presi dent Webb's dispatch demanding the pro- tection of the state militia POWHLfl Absolutely Pure. A nf b'Ung Mt of kll In leavening VlL ml nt i II is ii >l tht ir I Hint it tun li v ik I ntrjil ui hua I b t l> t i i i i tj pr i it> Ii ir I i t do IKI J U 11 i in th t I i i i (lie tunes of a rilT I n I 1 UlltlKJI ItltS slljllll I I I H I] II sluiidl) ha I to mi'iiir) p i t t ei n i lejuesth th it ukuphiinl i lit Iu tin l iiui i )1 I M I lo Oivt) Him ii I i U When Wel'iiil liul i n Kul Judbou s to hi1- n i f i [i itc 1 1 uf tht mm mil 1 1 i 1 ai Ui ciist mid itt uiiU iillfl i 1 01 -f i tirrtrf tin ulh la. 1 liM cid( 1 to iimtruit Pink tt n s rtftutnns tl till IL tu l.Udtj-1 till IlklMUpOn rtiiv of aud it t to i IHMIS tn li fo Uie or out nf tin f rtttrtt itu Sun 1 lie stt ike ii[ n t f Nt w i on, (.mini nt ira cud und the ot 1 tb ir ll fend the mosl crushing ill fi it of ilitir hibtorj Ihe in i Ii i tU tu the Biothtrhond of 1 OLI niotm tj tin I neiiRU i lin lin liioo I to tin on otht r ro uK in t hi under hijt an 1 kiiilrtd oin iti >ns them to n me tu tin r MI, port He. been nut rtfutal, and tl at it ho far as 'he New t tutrnl uas c HMrnt 1 Ihe reuittk-- It ui ij tllrtt KL I'ni lull W I I Ij I 1111.5 IHU n (oiiiplLtil) ami u it tin bytunn jfthestrikt in its prosent t In eu '.notked jni The far sU'-itndlnK trfiflit. i outertR'T or 01 Tippling it ttie strike of tht K of Labor switchmen on tht. Nt vv ik as asufll here_ _ _ Hiring in Chicago C Htf voo, U vVbont ijo mi n been hired m this li; a represent HIM if tte lork fentril and nnilsou Kner rtllroad to take tbe pHces of thi switchmen and brikemtn in tht east Ihe men are nt t told to w bat point liej will be Kent tbe usual answer to them bung ou w ill fe irn w tio Btrlbe 1'rohable in Uie So far as present mdic itioiib RO there is no possible chance of the strike affecting In hiuigo roads to the an Itrtnlt sjHtem where ul prisnil The iubli is raging fhc situation is this iht now K out, batkeil In he kniiihts of Labor W est of Buffalo In re is no assembU of rtilr laders in that >th lin juii-ilictiun of tht Knlghtb of ibor dot- not thtr ft rt t to Chi igo Htilroad mi n lut belong to hit s known as tbe fredi r tted jr_ u mil if anuhing ,ir n jt fnuidlj ii the kn ghts on icumnt uf tbe pitMous auds taken: them lailroad r Miblis in this city Mint Fight Alone blind Master ff the switch ni n s Mutual ussotiatioii positneli aili hp nn in hitngo he Knights of L ib ir will 0 fight it out alone and no nr 'ittlon on am lin s tente iu the council of the Federated itihvft) alone can order a inke and that at pust.nl notch probable or poss ble Sirlous Central Wreck. Jiwin-rm N Aug n A bad night snif-hup octurred Mondaj ou the illusion of the New nl Hudson riilroul at Railroad lilln about IIM miles east of this itv Hi jular frtight No U collided with in txtri freight tram at tint point Both nglnps were rnmpletplv H nl l the Central strike Xot a pound of et-ci'iibe bought here The local dealers nise tnnsii4nments of ice on the waj here uhich been dela) t d the strike Ihe hotels and restaniants are suffering .triatli and some of them may to c lobe Railroad offieials here saj that the backbone of the strike has bet n broken tiums have passed Along nearly on time is quiet A Killed bj a Constable. i Mo AUK a shot anel killeel bj Ci notable )Ond at a piemc Fit? s brother Pnimet HHS qnarnllng another named (iibk.and Cable shot him fatally Toe stalled his brother b nonnd on Cable v, ben the (onsfable killed him Killed Tno Men mid Himsilf Up CIIIMIII, AUK Jenkins arrued from his ranch, sixtj miles from here nnd summit ml to the authorities He rtatpd tint he Ind killed two mi ami Hi u a dispute i h trade Jenkins claims he ai (oil in self defence ttlnre tlm Hold II HUM.? I'MiKMsiilii Va U nr-EAULV UVUSOFAGE.' IVai pfn) I ml fur the Author of Klndlj Tin Life and I Ife ork of Om of tthoIUfMUi'tt Mutt Dtsttn guUhed DUlneH Bu MIS' i Vug Cardinal New dud it d minutes befoie 9 o dock Jawt evening at lh( h to en teraig the atmerbit) were conducted at the Ur Nicholas fechool m Lalmg In he entered Trinity colltye Oxford, and the following jear gamed a scholar ship He HH u bellow (Jf Oriel col legc in ind two )ears later was or riniiifMl p rlf irm HIU! pneat of the Church of England In isjj he became Vicar of St Man s at (fxford an office that he held un tillMJ w hen he volunt aril) .surrendered it In he was appointed to be one of the select prui( hers to the univerMt) The sermon-, hieh he delivered during the jearbof his sen lee aroused widespread interest and placed the )ouug preacher in the front ruik of theologians Those who readt-Jit? t-wi ty sec the drift of his thought toward Roman Catholicism This tetidenc) was not rec at the time, and Newman himself seerns to !TnTe been unconsciousTiT it NoV onl) then 1 ut for vears afterward he gave utterance to the bitterest opposition to the Roman church Tract Nn In 1820 lit h id opposed the re election of bir Hubert Peel as member of parliament for Oxfor 1 that statesman had ad 1 1' m Catholic ciuaucipatiuu About this tine liber il ideas found room for inlation m the Church of Eng land and Newman was one of the most upiiulUil.tci ut them The great traetanan period followed, in which he was the real leader and founder of known as Pusejiaixi The tend ency more anH morp uoward the strictest-fuims Ttud presently the heads of the. Anglican church were raised against them Iract writers who sought to controvert New mans views de clared them to be rank Romanism This the PuseuUs denied aud the theological contest was continued until Xewminwiute Iract No 90, m which he proceeded t) demonstrate that belief in the thirtv nine irticles was cousibt-ent with ac knovvledLjneut of the decrees of the coun- cil of Irtnt 1 his was issued m February, 1841 aud the authorities of the church ordered Newmin to withdraw it That he refused to do but he wrote no more tracts a Catholic, __ In 1843 he resigned his living and his office as a clerg) man He retired to his own it Littlemore and at hismvita tion thirtv men who were in sympathy with his with him They lived together in strict seclusion and English churchmen at once raised the cry that this was a rcvuil of monasticisra It was while at Littlemore that Newman pub- lisnprt a rt traction of his violent Titter ances against the Roman church Early in 1645 he began an essa) on Ihe Develop raent of and on Oct 9 of the same year he was received into the Roman Catholic church by the provincial of the Passionist Fathers in Fngland He spent a portion of the following i ears where he was ordained a priest, and when he returned to England m 1U8 he catabhrhod thcpo two houses M the- Oittluiv uf Gt Philip Neil Out Brompton ind the other at Birmingham JJe Ijur-nniP ll P qnpprinrnf thp Inttpr nnrl remained in that capacit) there till his death though meantime the house had been transferred to bdgebastou, a few miles from Birmingham After entering the Roman Catholic church he was even more prolific as a writer than before, and he irade up fully for his earl) attacks on Romanism by assailing Protestantism with tremendous vigor In one of his es says on 1 lie Present Position of Catholics iii England he made some statements about Dr Aclnlu an Italian priest who had turned Protestant that invohed New man in a libel Hint Ills Great Libel suit. The trial made a great sensation which was vastly intensified when the jury re turned a against Newman for dam ages, which with coati amounted to 000 Contributions to meet thii judgment came to Newman from all over the world until the amount reached After settling with Dr Achilli and the court Newman divided the balance of the fund between Roman Catholic institutions Prom IRVi to 1859 Newman spent most of his in Dublin 'Ihe pope had ap pointed hmv rector of- the Cathode umver Rity of Dublin AMiile theie he wrote, among othrr things, a work of fiction Not long after this he wrote one of the most important works of hia life Canon Kingslej published an essay in Macmillan s Magazine in which, he ac ouscd Newman and the Roman Catholic priests gpm i ally of lax ideas coneeining Dublin correspondence en sued, w hit li New man brought to a close in his celehi i ul Apologia pro Vita It was issued as a senalj one num her a week from April 31 to Tune Hi 18ft4 The Pope's Infallibility In the same decade man took part, in the discussions concerning tho infalli bility of the pope doctrine to which he adhered, and )et which ho thought it un wise on tho part of the ultramontane patty to urge factiously He occupied two rooms m the house of the order at Edirt buston Much Injury In done by tho une of Irrita- ting, griping coinpotandi tnkon as purga- tives In Ayer'a PflU tho patient has a mfld but effective cathartic, but can be confidently recommended alike for the moot delicate paflentfl aa well as the one a (jbun chan bi i ml nn enibelhshe 1 IM t a fi eheap i t ires of a i s cL u i tei u waa his piiutt lilrnv i i otn 1m I from fl >or to mil I okb It i-, there that he ti in H f I is gieit 'Ihe libnin I the nit li i in ing 311 IHK) i-, in i luoiii neiu I anel he is familiar anaieuth will nil its eonte uts K Ni man is mile i eanhuiii n Ma) I1- His iti n t i the 11 k a prm f ll 1 u 1 i mli n idlfl in Ulb di pii u II t! s urn m i m i i In t il !n n in n of ihc f n ft! 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Governor Hovex, of Indiana, on Service Tensions SUS ss I KKiIU' DUnl.lllly UKU.ul.Kl The iiuntii s In 1 in i M i tli, IVn (lull Ih. I jlh nf ettl ills ul thi II ih an-' >f I1 U N ,1 ami u f fiinp 1H tteraiib of Huston Tho lin V Andrew intd Batfalu u "b a 11 fl _T musk I ho __ J" 1 1 nt r nttretl be J i> t H u u onimaud Ml N n a I ox and ice CWJIDJ an 1 r Ht MM the former (tfuh in in M! tin. i Mi uf welcome and inti hiil "-tin id I presi iltnt f the a i I't n1-! ui assuciatlon, in tl tin urp so of the recep tion to ht tin a h uiu nit nt jf the senice pt n'-ion agi' nt inn Ht w fern d to ths uiiaiiun m1. rt sr-> hail IH.UI tht in in rt-btlUun hid bteii tirst, a pi n sion to all h uorablj disc hart, td and sailors their natural lift, s c nud rinears ut ptiisiuni 10 all s Ml M tbud atiesof 1 ind of tliL pnbln. 1) main fuurth tht ut tliL j tlictn between the k ind tlu sih or 1 dollar itt j n siuiis di 1 not iMchidt the ptnsiuiib f r i In lit ind no hnuur s dit r nr s nlor shuttld bt tumpUUd to cl um a pension is a pauper He read the. n lutloiis read at the 1 tvui national of the d K aud ridiculed tin ilkUH d n tin ilut uf the bl K d uliKh tht Mjldiu-s had lost to a fraction of aunt oiifjrens Ihe retuit act of (on0ru-s would bung sonn rthtt t( the uis in and po w is alih t u acmc-t, perisKU he ij i t 'Jills MAN Bought Jin of tht AMFRICAN CLOTHING AND TAILORING 00., would not htvi how mni-li nlnd thiongh hu taili Wi clothing Bojt and Childrti witk thi tut BF.8I TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING At much 1 Philadelphia pncw, Oni Kiut 8AMPI.R OVKRCOATS for 99, worth -nd onr 8AMPIF BDITa, worth -nd for BtkdqmrUn for Ohildno'i and Oruookta. CLOTHING MA HE TO OKDFR. outi u but iij Ikt witk, right to U A Wo. 8 TUit State. Gar Wftrren St Iln liisest Mirlet> UI AM I IU in il VIES to bi tho tliiest m i k In Hu I will bt fimiiil nt ANGKLO CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, I II 1- N TON N J tiinrj I (ream da VA i Ire i- MH-k- Vwln 1 t niDna K alwaj R ou hand ind tin l est tluit i un b Police Justices The Inhabitants of the Pity of Trenton do ordai i Section 1 That hen tfter there shall ho three daily sessions of the Polite Court, the Justice h Ming ce urt bhsll hold iwo sessions m the r irst Puhee Preciuc' Station ote at 8 o clo k m the morning and the other at 7 ocloik iu the evemng anil at tho Second Ire'imt .Police Sltuieii at 2 u cli ck m tl o afternoon bee i That onch of the Police Justices shall re. as full eonipeiisatiou for their Borviusan annual sa ary f one thousand dollars, pavablo monthly hy orders drawn in the usual manner Sec i. Ih t all ordinances and jiarts of ordinan es nieonaistent herewith bo auefthe game are herebv Passed Common Council August 1800 UCO B WIUFlAVir.Bs Attest Presider t INO C Oitv Clerk Approved Annual "th IU'10 A A SKI EM Mayor g fee, 8S5 01 MEEIEE PROPOSALS FOR BRIDGE (ONblBUC TIOiN Pursuant to a resolutii n adopted hy the Boaid of hinen I roiholdrra of the ounty .flf Jfe scaled proposals for tho ioll3tiui t ion i f tho anil iron work for an lion bridge over Hear brook at Hickiny ornor in tho township of Bust Windsor Mercer e unty New lor scj Plieijp and speculations for said bridge may be seen at tbe Warden s office in tho Ci nrt Hi use m tho (ity of Trenton, until 9 o clock A M of August llth 1800 Sealed pioposals must bo promoted when called fi r durum tin mooting of said Bo-ud, on MORNING, AUGl HF 1.1TH, in the Frooholders room in the Court House, on boufh Bmsfl at root Tho Board reserves tho right to reject any and all bids not (Ifomeo! aitvanTaiferoin to ihe county WJLIIAM N CUNNINGHAM, EZEKIA-I, (1OBOON, DAVID HAAS Dated Aug 4th 1H90 Committio RlMMFfl B HimiilNgON [Pr's fee, (ounty Solicitor SUFFERERS OF FEROBS Or Special commit Dr. I.OISIS, latest Novelties IV LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S _ Slylishl'orasols At almost F4 rat Cost -ibices along uewmuvaluf Allsty'oofeun I mbrolloa for the hot weather, one of v, Inch bun Umbrel- las every lady should Also a new arrival of new 1 mbroidenes and FiouncuiKs of the vory tinest material aud workmanfthin, at auch prices aa are below anything over heard of Again, we have received another big lot of those beautifal Children's Hats aud Caps, for the sale of which wo have such j wide reputation as this __Go to foe aChUdA FM it will Jook twice as handsome again just on ac- connt of theatyhah hat1 Just received three more of our famous Fast Color Hosiery and many Nov eltles for the vacation time A i, OPPOSITK CITY UALL. N. B Our goods are positively warranted verj boot. The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., ES BL-" 4 23 ST A j. SX22EET, TRRNION, N. J Transacts a general banking business Allows interest on cash deposits, subject to check at Bight Route IKIJ.OO uf tn ito AFO and pioof 7anlta, the keeping the key Acts as agent for collecting rents and for purchase or sale of real estate Executes trusts of every description, aa Executor, Administrator, Unardian, Trus- tee, etc Loans money on mortgage and on lateral. Agente for Cheque Bank of London, rhenmes for good in all parts of tho world. HUQH H. HAMILL, President HKNKY 8 Vice riosidcut, ABA F HKIEM Secretary BARKRR GDMKEK, JB, Treasurer WITTIAM G. MOORK, Cashier. DIRBCTOES. Hngh H. Barker Gummere, Esq Barker Gummoro, Jr Wash'n A Eoebllng, H S. Little, 8 Edward Grant Cool, WillUniB Yard, T N Adams, Harry Rogers, James Bachanin, Owen H Locke, L B Bisdon, E3mnndt; Hill, Albert CUyton B N KIFIFI Mil '-T riillH.ru Twcnly nrs cxptilinci Hours IDA M till i I1 7 to 10 ovonlnKfl Henil fnr book (fiealt-d) containing lull piutkulitrH. lor home cure, utrf I Uit Ml N ONI Y! Bodjrandtttnd Effeoti rjf BrrorBor Eicoisai in Old or Younr lit proofi UIB MSDIOAL oo., BUFFALO, N. v. J1OUNTY OF MEECEE PEOPOSALS FOE BRIDOE CDNSTEUC TION Pursuant to a resolution adoptui by the Board of Ghosen Freeholders of the-count7 of Mercer, sealed proposals will bo romved for the construction of tho irou work for a high trim iron bridge over Miry Bun, at the head of Whlteheada millpond in Hsmllioji township, near Trenton New Jersey Plans specifications lor said bridge _ may be seen at the Warden's office, Tn the Court House, in tho city of Trenton, until n o clock A M of Wedmemtay, Annual JSth, 1890 Sealed proposals must be presented when called for during the meeting of said Board, on WEDNESDAY MOENINO ALGUaT nth, in tho Freeholders room in tho tourt Ilonae, on South Broad street The Board reserves tho right to rtjot t any and all bids not doomed advantageous to tho county DAVID C McOALLIABD FZEK1EL GOEDON WILLIAM N OUVVINGfUM Datftd Aug. 4th, 1SBO omniitteo SYKHES B HUTTINSON, County Solicitor [Pr's fee, 75 8-5 Vtime li net nor nmjhere orer Boon M rare ouiUi DIOiiINSON'8 Twenty yetn' Tho flneflt mate. rtali, the ikillful componnillng "BALSAM for Conghs, Coldi, Croup and Altlmn. "FBVRR AND iODB AND MAT ARIA IUKK." "FKRUVUN BARK the Twenty-one RFAD THE TBF.NTON TIMES ;

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