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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               YOU VHI. NO. 989L. P YEAZEYFORCOMMANDEK A Vermont Veteran Chosen to Succeed Gen Alger. THtMXl KtLMON AT DtfROIT. Tbe Otlior Onicern Hcrtml by tlie Anuy of the liepublfc at teresting 1 euturtjH of tliL dreat fenitimp- nitiut of Uiw llojs In Blue at tbe Hub. BobKN AUK 14 t 1 0 Veazey of Nciin nt was last evening chosen coimiiaiidu in chief of tht-fjr A R., to succeed Alfccr at the election of jhe positions went to the east ni pursuance aa is claimed by Home of a plan to gire the eucamp- ruent to the west three successive In lopeka in '92 aud Chicago in'93 When roll fur U aud ea of each state htttl an opportun- ity to name their choice for com Diander in chief. California pre- sented the claims K o M.A7FT ol Col Stnedoerg of the regular army who lost his leg In the Wilderness Couuooticut named flol W heelock C Yeazey of Vermont and Maine seconded the nomination Col name w as receiv ed with applause Indiana and Ohio mniid Gen Alviu P HUM.) of Indiana while Montana sup- ported STnedfjirrK Minnesota Vew Hamp- shire Jirsej Idaho Iowa ex prebbid a preference for Col Vei'ey ork was reached Warner Miller arose and was greeted with ap- plause He seconded Col Veazey a nation in a fihutijUH speech Col LnaniroouBly Chosen. IVimsyhama Khodi Island Tennessee and Texas in quick succession named Col Col SiiicJoerg and Gen Hovey at once gracefully withdrew their names This- action was greeted with great ap- plause and by a unanimous vote Col was elected commander m chief Comrides Smtdbtrg and Miller were appointed a committee to escort Col j to tlie platform and when he ap- peared there was threat enthusiasm Col. accepted th honor in a brief speech Other Oflicem Elected m nnlfy ui ii-fi selection of a ftfljj for facnior commander m-chief, and it being (onsidered that the office out o{ court cm lielonijed to Massachusetts, the matter was left to the delegates from that Htate After a long conference the name of Richard r. 1 ohm was presented as the ulmuimmrsibmcc 5 be encampment there upon instructed the adjutant general to cast, ono %ote for Mr Tobm, he ac- cepted the positi >n George T1 Creamer of Baltimore was elected junior 'Une commander by a unan lucre candidates put in nomination for the offices, of surgeon in-chief and chaplain m chief, and tbe en campment deudid to defer action Gen Algor temporarily surrendered thn chair to lion Vi arner Miller who, in brief re- marks inoMjd that tbe bo held In Detroit the home of Gen Alger "Tie by a unomuiuus vote ai'rf Oen Alger expressed thanks at the at'" of the encampment, and as- sured the delegates that they would re- ceive a warm welcome, although it would be a hard task to equal the reception they had received in Boston Alger'u Speech In his addrtBS Gen Alger paid a stirring tribute to GUI. Murrnan who was present In speaking of tliedisablhtypension which beseemed to favor "he said us be just to our lawmaker) even though they have not given us all we asked No conn try on earth ]H or has been nearly as generous to its soldiers as ours that the fund for the Logan monument had reached fl-jm tl. He deplored ol s tomb it New York and urged the erection of a great memorial building at ashmgton in Of the dead hero Report of the Adjutant General 1 he report of Adjt Gen George H. Hop- kiiw fallows that on June 30 1800, there VOT" 1fh" Ufa with a membership of 385 The gams since June Ji) were oJO posts and 20 21" members I In losses wjjre and 1 5S1 members1 1 lie number of dejhs dur info tbe year wife i 47b The amount expended for relief for the jear etidinn March 61 1890 was 350 18 numberof comrades relieved 19 470, others relieved 8 'HO For the quarter ending Ju..cJG, 1 Jl K1.533 01 'Tho total amount expended bj theGrapdArmy IroniJuij 1 to July 1 amounts to the enormous sum of 987 534 55 An IntereRtlny Incident, An intenstinx incident was the presen tation of i P! by a comrade from the post at Jlon lulu, to Comnmiult r m bief Algir for the nation- al encampment A very felicitous re- sponse was undo by Commander in-Chief Alger on behalf of the encampment A test vote was reached upon the question as to the abohtiorfjof the so called "House of lords' >n Hj upon a motion to assign the question for debate at 2 p m 11ns Was defeated and the question vull take its regular turn and-Ohio against the House of Lords' A Sketch of Co] leazey Col "W litelock Vearey, the new com maudeYimrtnef n a native rjf Hoiking 1mm counts N H He was educated at Phillips fxeter Rcadumy Dartmouth cot lego and Albany Law school and was ad to the bar in the winter of 1860, In Vermont (jpon returning from the army he settled in Rutland, Vt, and pursued the practice of his profession Ha was judge of the supreme court of Vermont ten years, from 1879 to 1889 He was a commissioner 'IK I M in IS.MI WHS u[ p mud nitiist u intiui e eominKsioi r In til 1 IK Ids tl u (lie jet lu Ib b be is tie at fi m lUpiillRtn nn veiitlua mil puintt 1 i IDIJJ s siouir by the iiuveriiui i Is ii> Huestigati un I icjion to tlie itgia luture upon the subject of uirt ix lenses with a to letrctul meut and tvform He has been trustee of Dart moioh (.olli -1.11 f M i I uf I i lu He re tbe deglee of LLU at DartuioiiU in Col enlisted as a ptivatt in Hal ly bmltti s third lekimlut at the outbreak ut the uud was s 011 pro- mo'ed to be lleuUuunt jlom 1 later he VVKS n tonel of the ermoiit tumtniuidmK it m the tiaiik altaek upju Pleketln divjsiou Gitti-liura Col Veazey was assigned b) special detail to command other region uts un i brigades at different times during miliuu) service The W II t Mfit The eighth annuiil convention of the Na- tional s Ktlief corps wus hekl m Ireuioflt- temple wjUialarfte utWwHnw of delegates and hpect t  Cbaritj Husk r-UL, p ist tialional president the gold Jti 1 her bj the euuniumeut vss preKeiiterf luTicrfetticr bt retary Rusk to carrv to 1 cr Ibesec ietar> mode a plea ant spie b in resp use Mis I ogan also a hires  of which were mflflsne m size 7 he edifice was crowded Wltti nKfuji na pillbearers ntre Capt Hathewaj Patrick Donohue Pitrick VcGuire, Managing Editor John H Holmes of The Herald Col Charles Tivlor President Fitz of The Catholic t iiion Gen Francis Ualker Gen Dono- line pretident of the Irish Charitable so- A J McDonald Health Com miHsioner George F Babbitt James Jef fm Roche and Thomas Brennan A  Satisfied. Third e President Webb airlved In the citv la-.t night and after looking over the ground said he was satisfied and left for Newltork Mr Bissell superintendent, said We have got the passenger trains l nning on good time and we will clear outrthe entire West Albany yard today One hundred Boston men have just anived and will help us The sinkers' places are nearly all filled I have got word that No 1 705 of the Knights of Labor has thrown up its charter and asfcs the company to take tnem back I lia-ve not heard that the fire- men have struck." Firemen Nut Oidtued Oat. John W secrelaiy of the local order of the Brotherhood of Firemen says that he never stated that the firemen were ordered out and any such statement is un Irue in ev erj particular The only word he has received ia that they may strlie without losing their standing in the order ComniTrXees from tne Delaware antt Hud son railroad strikers were in conlerenca with General Superintendent Hammond all night Mr Hammond says that the men may come back today If they do not he will fill their places, as they have no cause for grievance It is likely tbe men will go back then urisint 1 platform wl i I ten li i ?t! II ll i tin uoui 1 i t HI i i il pi ilubiUi i dare 1 t It il i rcmcely 1 r I Tin prtMiit 1 irltt siste n v. to wrong lu ijiiucipic HujU i Ji-nd liiuhtMill were sUt 1 to be tli I il warksof the rum jowtr and j U Ihe the suffrage 11 uut bedel n ie lit oil sex lilt on si r I-, of edueiUDii I il mud agriculi I ild be fillrh netted in legislation tiou and e< op! at! u should j t nit strikes i he state ehotilel with tlit rulueuoii as well as iliting of the n im iii I i Ivu-i o! in u 1 here H! uiill 1 ml- UUelj a Ial low -Tru-.t-' 1 1 nH t r urti tieiwUv rtu-iiuti pit's sU uld bo (t- v i d Dlsermi mil ii i 1 J -t ill be made f r tli L i ju iLtcjau 11 s ur etumUrds shoiil 1 obt mi in the I tlou it foreigner an 1 fitne 1 t <-h ul 1 i an u ts to ytlice Nomiuati is w r( made a I IVH I' M Vubui of M II lu-1 1 lieutenant i t 1 u 1 of Hertford nei n o' vl i'' HH I Pal mer of i li ,t u treabiirtr I u B Smith jf Vn Hritiuii comptr I red Haw h j u i um Ke- 1 leii I n ihe ieath i llu tou B I isk w r 11 ntcd Unrhliom for (.iiieruoi t ll 14-1 H [lib lican tt Uc comenii n n unin i H iirv S Murkhim f r L. llu If rm eul IU< fi r-the rigid uti 1 i ei i liftiei t t tsion f i la nese a[ [jr the a   I u, h s lil 11 DAM i n i un 14 1ea 1 f U i lU 111 1 u i I- It l (ai iVJ 1st i htii m 1 u uwlc th u s is[ el i lit weit ai i 1 Me 1 il del i 11 ut 1 TS nl tl ru I i is 1 (lei NN li post lu u uu It w is 1 ul th it ll U i t j a 11111 il a t J-ir Oeatli Mrs Daulel ail luih t -tfHtll Ftf- l in il were) bora i i llu fifts and a il after t an s lu PhlUlUph PHII von mi 4 Jnfi in tl t t( uit of im wt 1 n Mel .i i ufat in is f thi H Us proeeed nun u I I i tl e f ul ruiaek b t a 1 shoo i Is n i le known llu. tinn h has t flitted un a-ibigu muit attnlntts us fiilure to business ti u! liei uiirfes in the same IIIR of buVtit. 4 with it ha t truiisac to A MATRIWOMIAt. OmbreUn and N TV" IN THK CITlf, Not Mftf Know It H Bnt uf irk his lilt 1 i from I r ink tlhi t, uf tJ Mti cits On I U 4 M t j l Mis M puUion of dnorix a >f this utY Ihe r a peculiar a 1 came to thn M u s su where s i Is u isitor I our j It married UK i >Hik tut no irr u adt I Hsk U I N HH 1 le Celebrated Spring Styles now on Bale. 16 State TEUTONIC IS QUEEN Nfn ciii n 1 i L tlie o t r leut ni t Honor i lltj if 1'urli Ik V i U Ihe 1 I im ll <_ title I i r sht t i it w A lUuk Uejit t 1 KIWDLIl Absolutely Pure. Refiner Rice harned Out Af O Aug H (jeorge Kice, the independent oil refiner, widely known for us lo ig aud partially successful fight ug ttnst tho- Standard Oil company, was burned out W eddes lay hile turning a into a an explosion oc ctirred Flames spread from one building to another and all are now in ushes but tno stills A great deal of stored oil was burm d The loss will reach 000 beside tbp (U in-hiiildwa now structures, man was fatally burned TVie BaHiinoTe the Funeral Ship Bjvyo''. Aiy 14 pursuanceof the fliiyslup Baltmirre sailed u  plo here and was a surprise to the fleet itsi If Cipt of the Atlanta, is left in command of the fleet j Business In the House Aug 14 Ihe passed a hill authorizing the sile. of cei tain lands the proceeds granted to the town of Pelican, also a Dill the bridging of the Missouri mer at St Charles Mo i he conference report on the fori iflcations bill was agreed to On an effort to call up the Nat McKaj relief bill, no quorum appearing the house idjourned A Janey Town s Big 1 ire CLINTON 1 Aug 14 iri, here de- stroyed astoe factory a marble works and au and skirt factory and damaged the lesidence of ItuRineer Mover of the Vnllny Uiedtpotof Lohigh Valley company HUH sued with difficulty 1 he total loss is about WO 000 From nitwit itLcullv lumlo public by Hit census dopirtnipjt it nppenrs that during the Inst rki id the states of the fjniin hmc de reuul heir i er 000 000 -n mi She had untie the ti fi in 5 1U hour' 111 1 beating the fittest tn e 18 hours anil is in i nut Inman liner b> just U u It a f unous to eud for beMeh -In ilv the westbound trip 1 time er ma 1( f jr i i 1 making a r r 1 f 1 r foui huuii en 1 _ Sundav NEWS IN 6 M i inutig thus days leb> the fleet LS n beginning i he record for heat the best 1 o a distance for the noon last Carefully dnn later the c gui rclui i 1 U mention t the i tk Stivers rmnrltd hK iheittln tirl denu 1 all kn uU Ifee f the niftiri and rt f tog SIP In Turning thf marriage s ii 1 thitif it took place an alleged that sht must w she hud nut shghtt-st retulSe ti ot thv (act alsj stattd that shf rtturnod to Newark susj ecting that the rotlet her had btit.n ductored Ihe parents of tht. girl catjie here jesterda> to uuleaui to bre ik the marriage fates Keeps Mum N J Aug. al or was night therhjiue She wa.s lo king >tr> pale ut cool anil self pvisevrod he has a prettj face ami a slender tlgnre hen dsktd for the story of her alleged to irank refused to si) ftbouT it I ,111 and see she said vrhat [4 pub- isbtd before I sav I feel ve 1 Ill tjieeii 1 Jji Ider w ho v, is standing said that .lara had 1 eeti drugged In nit this would not talk about the natter Miss Pales mother who is the HI of I alea in m first 1'urchase of hilvpr I itia 14 trtasiirj de mrtnifiit inacU Hs> drst r ur of sil (_r ilrr thf i law t ro id f nr hverf 4 miKHtnof sihcr b ilh n per i nnth nith tipasur> it 1 00( (HJUMincos were nffutd iKK) UT as pur hised 1 ut at at Director of the t 1 eech uh decline 1 to state claiming that 7rM hi -ts H iM bt, best n (hi 1 thit ju t.H It tR btfft-te h thit the s her purchased t k i t tfl 1 j rr unce Straw Hits for Men, SOc nnd 75c D >BBIN8 thP Hatter Maoh tnjnry id done by the use of Irrita- ting, griping taken as purga- tives In Ayer'sPllU the patient has amlld nf fnvt.r tti.v but effective oathartlo, but can be conndtotly ixwm of tartn ortiog powfltr. Hllh recommended for the most delicate If t of It Qvy. I pctlenU M well IM the most robust. wwont Ktport, The Situation at New York "Nuiv YOftt Any 14 At St John'o part station the agent hae not yet begun to re ceKe freight from shippers Regular freiKlrU aiMviBfc And distbarglng and the police atlll guard the depot ice Pres- ident Webb has returned from Albany Jie e out the following statement ports just received indicate unconditional surrender on the part of the Knights of Labor of the Harlem division A commit- tee waited on Superintendent Worcester and fnfoiuied him that the IOCA! assembly of the Knights of Labor, No at Do- FAtflc'na, had si'i-rendered.their rharjar "ihe men asked for positions, and I told Mr Worcester to take on four of the old conductors and twelve braXemen the bal ance of the men to report to this office Their-cases will held under advise- ment Mr Webb also gave out a statement showing that all trains both ways fead-ran nearly on time during the daj A telegram has been received by E J Lee saying that Local Assembly No had disbanded It was signed by F I Fenn Sustained by Dr. Depew. Mr V> ebb also showed a telegram from Mr Dejltn, doled Milan, Hi Vvhidl he olio tamed the actions of the managers of the road, and siid that any other course would Tiave brought the management con tempt and 1 he company to disaster Super- intendent TI said that trains were running all night and that freight was ing as before the strike at Albany and De Witt He slid that the company would take back nearly all the men who had gone out as nearly all were sorry for their haaty achon Twrnti five Discharged ROMF N 1 'Ang H Twenty five Knights of 1 abor trainmen freight hand lers etc lnue jnit been barged from the employ of the New lork Central road here Nothing at Detroit DFTIlcn Aug executive board In lire have Dot thus farconsid ered tbo U nttal strike. No medicine In the world Is lu better re putfl or more widely known than Ayer's Bar- laparllta An a sale and certain remedy for all manner o( blood disorders, leading phyel elana and everywhere recommend U In preference to other Fiesh Tips from tl (cell..I About M) men cmpl -i at the bine stone quftrrj near D n I u Pa are out on strike for in meieast u Ou fepeduell axenui Mu -town J a few days ago wcrtsei men whose nrps ngt.tirgfitnl jost from their last birth 1 were J imes R Newark Pi use; Jar lei Turner 1JO Jthn 11 i cr  rt Lclward, X secretary U H f Blujrl Hilton N 'f treasurer J B 11 of 1 indliu 0 FAtsiUUes of the Hail 40 5ears oil of liiookljn conductor na fie lit tram ou tie Hue! son Kner r ulioid f, struck by u bridg just south ol Mjntrese lust evening au  was killed and I'eiei fatall- injuredlast night on the New York-Cen tral tracks while oil then home Th men stepped iside to 11 an approach ing freight tnin and n doing so wer struck by i passenger tram coming in linn d 111 n nt the Polls L1TTI1 I IK 4rk H re ports from In linn ly indicate tha the election in Ihe Clnel isnw n itiou wil be hotly conti st d flu I pint The Importance of purlf) Ing the blood Can- not he jwirestlnnted for without pure Wood yoiToSnnot enjoy t, it At this seiwn ne irljr every one needs a good medlclao to punh i It dlze, and enrich thebloDil -xndHwHlB'Mrs iparma is worthy your confidence It It I ecullarNij that It strengthens mil Mill I' "I system ftroitos an appetite, and t. n< s tl digestion, itcriiliciteadlww Olvo It atrlal.- Hood s Sarsiparllli Is' U by all druggists Prepared by C I Hoo 1 S. To, Lowell, Mass. Doses One Dollar Bought hi" AMFRICAN CLOTHING AND 00-, hi would not bow wind whutlcd thiongh W nd ChiMrtn with BE8I 1AILOR-MADE GLOIHiNG At ranch IHIR pncu Our grttt HA MPT V OVtRCOATS far worth "Cl 114, "d onr SAMPI P SUITS, tn, 114, 98.99 for EBM Baito >tkd ULWHING MADE, TO OKDFR. tun n bist honM u csamiij M I with, right along ta tl Summer Bntn thfi mrrliutl and restrks Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshmg to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Luer and Bowels cleanses the tem efiectualh, dispels colds liead- acbes and levers and cures habitual constipation. Sjrvip of Figs ia the only remfdy of its kind ever pro- duted, pleasing to the tasto and ac- ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its ai.Uou ttiid truly beiiefiual ut its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agteeable aubsfnncea, many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and bottles by all leading drug A nj_reliabla druggist who may not Lave" it on EantT "pro- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SM FMKISCO KY New YORK, N Y JUMito. The time to purchase liest selected c ial Is In Hummer Winter months the trade is pushing 1ms Iness the con! company In haste to get out pro ducts do not prepare as when not s iMisy We are niftUlng a special cflbrt this Hammer to get the best mAl that grows and liver It In the best shape possible (ome ftrifl woe (no stock and order for Winter 't HI- USBORNF ATIAM-ieClTY N J tor Vrkansas and Pacinc avenues New IK use m jelern ele- Terms moderate MKS H O'SBOKM' lacltlc avenue 1 etween Arkansas and (tutral location refur nlshed uiulernew management ttrfctclfths, write for circular C A BHWVNB nOTEL DtMrR 4nANTIC IITJ NJ N irth raroHnaavf" between Atlantic andPatltlc jives (entrallic tlon good ac comn latl at reati )n ible rates capacity iio ii'ViRi) nmiiiiu CHAS i OTK both of Jrenioi> N J T-is-ro u not now nor uw mere ever Be on u oarea M DIOKTNSON'8 MHinlOlMbS. Twei ty jenrs eiperleiice The finest BMSAM OF BONB8H1 or LougbB Colds Croup und KJVfH ANDARff VAJtRU ORB PKRrjVIAV BARK BUI Its, the ftppetlxer and Btreuethener Twenty-one -RT THKM The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., SS and 2S ST A TE STE.EET. 7RFNTON N J Tranwts a general banking business Allows interest on ivwh deposits, subject to check at sight Bents boxes of various sizes in its flre and, burglar proof vaults the renter exclusively beeping the key Acta aa agent for collecting rents and for purchase or sale of real estate Frwiitna frn ta of JVotSL deactif tlqn, M Freeutor, A Immistrator Guardian, Trns tee, etc Loans money ou murtcnge aud on col lateral Agei ts for (heqne Bunk of Loudon rheq IBS for sale good m all parts of the world. HTJQH H. HAMU i, Preaident HI-NBYS IITILK Vice fresidout ABA i SKIBM Secretary BARKFB Ut'MBBt. la, Tioiia er WILLIAM tl MOOIIK iJaiilor Jo. 3 Cor. warren St. Latest Novelties LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S olylisli Parasoks At ajmost First Coat Prices, alone with a new anlval of all Sun UmbrUlas for the hot weather, one of which ban Umbrel las every lady should have Also a new arrival new Embroideries and Flotfnctugs of the very finest material and workmanship, at such prices as are below anything ever heard of Again, we have received another big lot of thooo beautiful Children's Hata and Caps, for the sale of which wo havo such u w He reputation aa this fiojto Wallis for a Child s Hat and it will look twice aa handsome again just on ac- count of the stylish hat' Just received three cases more of our famous Fast Color Hosiery and many Nov eltlea for the vacation timo DIKECTOBS PHONB 147. Hugh 11 Hamill, BarkerG irornore Fsq Barkir Oummerfl Jr Wash'n A Eocblinj. H 8 8 Meredith Dickinson EdwHil Gisnt Cook, Wlllwn S Yard T N Adams Harry I o ers, Janes Buchanan Owen H Locke -L Xfiiedon. J E Onakill, Edmund Hill Mbert UUyton 1ITY t I 1 ELM ON -A1S FOR HIV (iiNbTKUlTlON 1 sEWtR (TN EUrUEBFORD AM) MARION STEIET NO 2J The Common f OUIK il f tho city of 1 reo ton; in the btotiy of New Jei cy will re ceive at their meeting to bo held n tho City Hall of tho said ity on TUISDU' AUClUdT poB Rat for the cons tuition  uiau holed mid 1 flushh th tho branches for future mains inlets for lionse connections with other necessary ap pu' tenances Plans and specifications, with a draft of the contract and of tbe bonds required to be given, may he seen at the office uf tho Engineer, at No 18 West State street Trea ten N J on and after Angrst 12tb IbStO Each proposal tonst be made on a blank form, which will be furnished by tbe City Olerk and must be accompanied with a sat isfactoiy bond, with least two sureties m the sum of oondl'ioned that if tho pro posal be person or persons raiting It will execute the contract required" to be executed furnish the hi ud re quired to be furnished within five days after the acceptance of the proposal The proposals mast not "be filed with any city official, but mnat be delivered by tbe bidder or his agent to tho Common Council, at their meeting above mentioned when tho same shall be called for by the President of the Common Council The Common Council reserves the right to reject any or all proposals By order of Common t onnoil JNO C OWENS City t lork 8-7 The largest variety of SUPFUHN E r HI- AM CHOCOLATES guaranteed tobethc-flneat made In tbe U 8 will be found at CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, aos so u x BJ..UEET TRKNTON N J Fancy FrulU. Ice Cream Soda Water Ice Crenm 8odM Milk Shakes lemonade to always on hand and the host that can be ha I and made These ttro facU Prices ent lor all SUFFERERS OF YOUTHFUL FBRORfl fir GOQAUU______ Dr. I.OHM, 82ft N FlnRFNTH ST Fhlla Pa Twenty yearn experience Hours 10 A M till 1 P M 7 to 10 evenings Send for book (nealed) containing mil particulars (or home cure, iroo Booked I   

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