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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               ftrenion VOU VIII. NO. 239J. rKKNTON, FRIDAY AFTKKNOON, AUGUST 15. 1890. TWO IHEENCAMPMENIENDED Closing Business of the Veter- ans at Boston A COMl'inilM tOR COMJUESS. The 1'iiittloii I'll! Declared tho iviuat llbfi.il >ltjinure uf Character Instil by a I Hod? BOSTON 1) Ihe prtncipil of tiian 1 Vin s vtcek vtue iltlingly con eludtd last eveniiiL, bj n grind banquet la Mechanics hull toinpliinentar} to the deltKates to the cmainpmcnt and Invited guests AIIIOIIL; the invited guests who occupied the Heats of houoi were Gen mermiiti inn I KrUllritt Mayor Halt 1 leutcuallt (jtovcl mil Hale lieu Sickles, Collector Deal 1 H in John D Long and Past Colntn intlers-In Chief Duvmn, of Bos- ton Minill of Lawrence KounU, of loledo, and r airchild of Wibconsm Cov ers were laid foi nixtv four guc its Clieiri for Veazey 9 new eommandur iu chlflf, Jntl0e i v entered with Corp Tanner '1 his vva4 the signal for a great ahout, the arising waving handkerchiefjs and napkins and shouting, Yea At t "A) n Alger came in and was Himilarlj gieeted llif veterana arising at the call of Department Coniminder Innis aud giving three cheers foe the past com man lei in chief It w is Id w before the last elegant clgir c ise bearing hkeuesses of Algtran Innjs h id been served to each ttntlcinan present Ihen Commander aio-ie aud endeavored to secure m- lent t but the enthusiasm ct uld not be quelled uuiij fun AJger cajne forward and mv ited those at a distance to approach the f latfctrm to hear tht, speaking Col dm lea II iavior of Ihe Boston 01 il vv is introdmed as todstmaster ot the evening an 1 in his n inimitable way pioceeded tu addre-ia thettoocmbly Suzue of the Speakers. ommander in Chief eazey was then in trotliued as i-ugland man who would alvvajs do his dut> Judge hoarse from much speaking and af ut -a i c-iv remarks In the endeavor to se- iurc order thanked the soldiers for their cordial greeting not to him but to bin oflit' Col lav lor then introduced Gov ei noi brat Kelt 1 he gov bald that to him this w is the biggest week iu is life It nugl t be railed our country week not t he listing upon those takiag part and witnessing it, and turn the minds of others from their ordmar) vocations and ambition's to surround them with an at- niosphert of i to giie their countrj its g'( nets in the paat its needs in the >ent antHts-hoptts for tlie fet a strong hold upon their minds and Tilks (j, n Sherman w w then introduced and ad td the assemblage After referring to h fns n pie v-ure m Boiton'fe entertain merit the general said I am glad that jou hint, t iken eouimand I have ona >ouuii ui ill i l and a new one in stalled subordlna- tiou Urauthurttj which -our Ameri can hist or> and H the best promise of n gloMnus future of an> single feature in our Vineri un t Tn looking bick upon the jjtst I >our old com "mandeib am well with my sous Corp T inner Cheered. Gen Sicrfles ijen Chides and Putt CoTimwin-li-r-ift. f hipf nrnpr also hpoke and re gn d with enthusiastic applause Ptst mnnander m chief Fair hild w is then e tiled upon and made a few remark- Ihe last speaker was Corp 1 aimer who wad recened with cheers the asst m blj rising He eulogized the faithfulness of the soldier and closed an eloquent address with an other tribute to the hospitality of Boston and MaftHHchnsetts 'Ihe assembly then broke up with the of 'AuldTjing The first businesi before the encamp- ment wa-s tlie reception of thereportuf thept nsions c r d pUcL up n the re lls all of the sur uiors of ihc war w hose conditions of health n H prauieall} ft rff u Hnnnred Gen Alger requested Comrade Sherman to step upon the platform find as the gen era! walked down the aisle there was a -tr.t.Tinf arner was then requested to ascend tna platform Gen fchei man then in a feeling manner presented Comrade Warner with a he uitiful candelabra clock and set The present ition w as made in behalf of the na- tional eiiLuniprm nt Old Ultual Comes Back. The committee on changes in the mles and regulations presented its report recom mending various changes A minority re- port in of adopting a resolution pro- ruling for tlie mibMitutum of the old ritual fw the prfimt-oTic .ia- ear NEWS IN BRIEF. Fresh from the Carefully iiillf.l Ihe comptroller (f tht enirenej has re- the following ajpleitioa for au- iliorit> to a n itittnaj bank Ihe Nationil A 'tioibinkof Ph 1 ulelphia, "a Mi -i Morse 1 u ne-- and em ej iSu Iu U d'i street New 'i jrk and their tssoeiatt s Ihe house t minittee on ihe 1 1 rin irderptl rip u on the Plumb resolution re p 1 1 the st nate relative to the rem Aal of dt n int rt re matif-t The pn s leit hais 1 the j )int resolution to permit L t d t rrte L A tuattept i p situnmtue Niearagua C uml oii-'ni t on eouipun, the joint rtsol it ion to eui t nue tiie Is existing LivvApraiidingtempuiauIy or t fie expend tures of the ern nent the int resolution to aeei pt fr n the N itional f tht drn i of the liepublie a statue an 1 peuest il of the late jtu Grants and ttie u t amt n i ttun to the t entitled Vn act t i k fur t iking he eleventh au i subseque it censuses J A Bernstein of tnntisco was ound dead Hi Ins ronti at tee Lnitfei itates hotel Boston fioin mi of noiplnne tal i u sui.fddi inUut Ihe itiean p irt) Vrebbiahop of Ii eland the of the La thual Nt wnian Pjrlidiin.nl prorogued on Mon lav, 18 Biuallpox has broken out 111 the duate- naldu ar uj on the froutttr lotm liittitr h is nt a- jMtnotie- Uur Countrj 'o L n rd i be real at a reception theic to Irs lolui i id dt i 'shcimill men kiile 1 ind nineteen b idlv m t e i in an explosion or t-, is m the Kea i 1 M inuf uiuritig eimpinj s factorj at i n uit Jicc H I J ht dc id weie Michael moll tml John McLIro) Ii e Templars of II nor intt temperance t J imc-l N t U eted the lolloping am (1 o iic is M U i A L Taylor, M 1 I KTsvlmtrs-Lomi I H C (t Nominal New Jerbe> L J 4 Deckel, Ouu M W I M iv. M B Bailey, is 1 iie next aiuiu il convention will be eld it Providence K I THE PRESIDENTS CHOICE Vbriliuu Taikei Appilnted Assistant Xttornt v cntrul picsident i se nt to the senate the following nomi- iitims Abraham Parker, of New to lie afcsistint attorney general, as in ff led fnr bj act nf congress, approved ulv U 1WO John A ilhams of Arkansas to be lilted States district judge for the Ldit- m dmtrirt of Ark msas illiam Grimes, t niteeLfefates marshal or the terntorv of OkHhoma E S East lan Ohio J I< Kent Cir- lexille More Troiibife for ciiicacto. WIINGTOV, Aug regard to the nestioii raised m Chicago in connection ith the orld s fair, whether or not the cretarj of war had authontj to grant ninssitm to fill m a piece of the lake lunt, bceretarv Proctor said that undoubt- "rttj- Inr rratl on certain conditions The at- nt ion of the department he said had not, tt ii< illcdtothe rmttar, but he was of lit t pinion th it if the local engineer m lutsS )f "ver and harbor Works deemed lit Inl it; in nt eessar) and would call the itteiitmn of the department formally to Jn nultci aboard of engineers would be to make a report thereon It VMS ascertained hnvvtver that there was nl) for ti irbor improve nents at Chicago 'Ihe scorctlrv thought h it in view of this sniill amount that a tpecial appropriation should be secured A lit mo Thief Aim UN N Y.AliK 11-A Kill Uivtng it r name as Isabel Scars, and apparently 17 irs of was arrested in eedsport iv bile driving a stolen horse1, the property )f dmrliH Paddock of Port Byion which ihi isihngeil with having qtohn Pad lock left the hoisi hj the roidside for a  that old and faithful employes who can show that they were led into the strike through "mtim Idation misrepresentation or- igWrtmcT'1 will be re employed as new employes when vac incies exist, and heieafter with regard to promotions, dischaiges, assign mentsof work, etc, etc, they will be re garded as new men Those men who have been "turbulent, inimical and detrimental" to the company will not under anj consid eration be taken back into the seivice Going to New York DETROIT, Aug 15 genera 1 executive board of the Knights of Labor left this city for N cv York at 10 55 last evening It Is undeisti nl they intend to complete their work In a speech before an assemblage of knights last evening, Mr Powderly he and hts_comrades were going to New York to demand arbitration in the matter of the New York Central strike Just before leaving the city Mr Povvderly stated that thev, had heard nothing from D A J4b I hoy thought it strange and weie going to investigate He Muv SlttB with the Central, Continuing Mr Powderl} said they would see Mr Webb the first thing and if the New Central men wire found to be in tho vviting the} would applaud the action of tin railrod company in discharg ing them MtilJer Won't Go WIMWOH Ont detective from I'ltlslmrg eutUmored to induce John C Mill It r lie n lit forgei, to go hack with ui i it ion proceedings Mnller re fused nntl w ill light it out No medicine in the world Is In better re pute or more widely known than Ayer's Bar AH a pate and certain remedy for All manner of blood disorders, leading pnysi clans and druggists everywhere recommend It In preference to any other. THE NEWS OF POLITICS tuiiLrriuilMpli I i 1-ollltte Hill Othen Ktiimnmntrif MAIHSUN is Hepubll can, f tl is I n i tl at at 0 Ij, vlllt anil Hit it i K i Lartltt lorcon giess ih i u i n position nihecou i venh n ih -.Mill little s nl i taiifl views i n duo little I tfisfac tl n in tl t il sti t M It 1 i ssTtiat Ci isj is i i lli ITP 1 f tr cull bv Uellioel ts il 1 I n 1 district i v tit n at II l Ui C 11 MI u V 1 Hit I il btm f M I s w is n If, e ii l ill lislllt I U 1 in e )iivt nt 1 Pu In 1 _ 1 llt> l lain et l ss ill i 11 n if (1 nil distrl I I 1 I I r i n i n tin f Hi ill! ill i 'u bill HifMu Lai Ins _uss man I I Dthivtn w is nonni 1 i is soci tit j 11 t f tht n me i i tin BhouTtTin I ll pnblica-tt- i u n L IT uu ut unetlii "wa ,1U for setrtlnv of stilt 1 P n o Sononi fhr st-Ut e-cmtpt-roth I I A.nuersoil f bun 1 lilt 1st iper intt.ndent of seho K 1 he 1 eon _gjtssional llstntl 1 il i tu tntiot nominated deoive 111 int 1 f 11 foi CUM ILSS Ih f 1 list couveitli n n imiialed Lotigr ui Mr Kenui toll S 1) U 1 out fiction of tile eimv t lltloli i islmj, ot the Lharltstjii ilumbu I uf rt Georijt tcivv n in 1 'sinnttr tl u Us lift} two dt le_ itt-1 in ill will s fi jm theconvtnll n pi ttetletltoat I r I ill I aid n p mtt. d a ct n t t to draft in ad in ss i the people (f I state Ihe lillnian t nvtntioii mean tit a new in t r il e st lie executive e i i it tee an I a ij line I sine die I n luht out i wul refuse to I e new itive. couiiuitxec tnd it t all leriu depei Mitlv tjf the lillmanite I I I hei wilt Inct lei to a nomir i ron vcutl tn to btr ht jd '-'rpt i I iaex a strdiuhtoiit ticket in the In Id I is the expe t I split m the south In u i Ue i- i i i i[ I si t I f Urs M 11 Aiu' 15 1 ple s tomj sed of ft rs am union- lit i I.H n in -c-onvt (tra n j i nut 1 tht f Urn t ket n t f si i C r Utv i I) iv 13 eountv st i i i) ut si te L 1 Ii un (jllthllt c uli i trt i uier A I 1 tkely Po veslielk t Vut, H Me C jr 1 the lit reiirtseii t the Ninth hstr i w is rt i jininatt i i i- mati n n t K il t in co i ekl her 1 n 1 n is 1 iptett tht t U i-l I the Inali iou bill ud i ci] u's >n (due i s in M 11 Vu-c i r w is lenimiiuT 1 TeTr s !j; acclai til lit Ihe lit elat- s tils tnet in c u n h rt A FRIGHTFUL BOILER EXPi_L 310N Jour Hi ti Klllttl uml lw utlxri st i nn Injuretl C I! I VII ll to Ihe Dul H ler fr in i sns A ti rnbl 1 j uu oe I countv sa vn ill twt Ive miles w Ntvv I j ir i i n une vvhut ttiiei colored uert k 1 1 ind two I men white sun th nel of t nil wa llteiall b iwn tn i t Ls D tv ThOm is tih- n in i U h irutn r had tin n h t Is bl Milt n Bab! and W alt IJ is ie se iltl 1 A colored b ui r ny w is the only one tilth nl t t t uniniuu 1 The sajs the HI i i was stoppet when the si ind the met wereatvvoik ripiit I he explosion was heard for milt s u i o., l i K ware hous i tii K panv is a e nnplt plant ot the grt it Con lad teller cludin0 all tht e i stock of tin nil i fire 1 he lee n is t office show tn it l u n 23WW barrets f whiskj hu 1 bei u 1 1 i I the i ui h istrs II t i UU> Ju..idli l n United --utcn _ju in uegativt loss if vs ni taxes Man} enii I U1- narrow cseipis fiom it whiskv bmel- win i non 1 iie, lU'u s wei__ dimcult I wi Inn i Only one s n i h a fireman h ing I u ros 1 of the eiv ilian coiinni trict of TotlinTbH Itr nation to the prcsitl nt Demottratle e nnmissi mt tlon, it is uudeiitootl, ,r eneea ot oiiininn as to th of dlstnet alTnn th tt h n himself ami Mi 1) >ti_i ts civilian coinuiissi IHM i the vvar dtp irtment men 1 ne imtneuse I) -tiding c >m u I the entile i rk ht use Ustnned, m i, pt ns ind tin i us nn i ninn s em il leventit use (ontainei M K i of the i insured by s- is estimitee the the i bust uned iu njjcollcctee e. disnilery tiar o: it off like in fi >t that it w it is of the hie 1 John smith" niken L fct Ilinj om i is of tiie Dis lere 1 his resig Mi lime is tin ind ins resigna s out of diller idminibtiiition al isen LM tween the KepnUlie in 1 Col Roberts ier of the com He Saw tin 11 11 )r Shot. LDWHI James W Uiaih of 1 iltim i v imting m this Clt} He livtd in lialli nore in ane was the persjnvvlio siv Luther Ii Ladd, Lowell s (irsl martji f ll P w ir shot anil lie i-p-Hie MH1 HJlt trm- tntu his stole w herein 1 tl M ij Hrailj sent lilt solhtis equi] it nts tn I owell whin llitv m nnw on in tht titv irln u Pinilir in c nniniti n, proportion, and r< u Uion cf ts, Hood s S i ill 1 -.sc SM s the our itivo ilue of the best r me I "le V-cpc-tAblc LICrPU I'cri i ir in its strongtli nd cconotn} Hoods htr-ti i IH is tlie only m Koine o( width can tn U T iln "One Hun IK 4 Doses Ot cDol- 1 ir 1 eeiilur in its in i  od s irllli s euros hitlioit i nn the title of Tho gri> it t Wood pnrlflrc ever ilisot rooull ir in its "good amo nt home tliero is 1 1 rn of Hood s Sirsv jirllla sold In I than o( all other Mood purlflerg 1 1 i h ir in its phenomenal record of I I j no othorl CCUI I MI preparation ever nftnined ripiilly nor hi id so steadfastly tho confide mo of all classes of people P( nil ir 1 1 th 3 brain work whloh it represents, Hi i Is Sarsaparllla com Wnon- all tl o InmvliJLO jvhloh modern resoaroh Sdincelias IO llbUII developed, wilh many years (Helical experience In preparing mcdioii i Bo sure to get only Hood's Garsaparllla fl klxtorfl Prepared railr byC I HOOD A CO A i tl ocarles, Ixiwoll, Mast. IOO Dosea One Dollar II tton 1 il.tiiii r-, Vio Duello U ten davs 11 i n th plls f ihttl harlt jtt ut I n l n i i n tht i 11 i 1 I lit pi is meis hive 0 tti i w t it till i I I 1 trn ss an it ink 1 I 1 n if iv tht-j, 1 Ins 1 i 1 il K MI i, tin sttt I 'I ll t i I nt it nl i in i 111 s 1 H I Is t l m lit I tin in t lit i i ii I II I f HI I 1 I I l i 1 t s il i n n 1 1 I n 1 I i l v u r -s ii ii i i i) i! i I I iMlt in i h 1 Ut f i t i y I 1 f !l 1 c h HI f th ill I 11 v ll ll -t i u r 1 n N II it r 1) 1 il i n i sii I i -t IA 'it 1 Ji ill 1 i _ ill in inv I n i is i i i I n it i 1 I ik I his nt aM n t tn mv lunitiu imphatu anil nn ill 1 in i! uf i ich and l I 'A N n iinr KiWerv 1 "lit r thu d i 1 lu all bv whtinisjcvtr pre ft 11 1 vi lilt h its- il niv he nor a man an Ihh -n tM I I t if trt n __ Ouismen Mho NV I l-II M iss 15 I nt 1 s uu s n in UK national ainattm in i I k 11 e I Inns iayon Ijiki tjiini s_t ml Hit unit is wirt rmilhtit sii s ip am C atTriv time 1 i i il 1 it i inior single- v. 1 1 i el Inn 1 "i rin il hpit jiinit i t us fnsftnts, turn t so htat pair us Detroit Hint ilub timi 10 1 t I mill hi it 1 ill It st-ulls Bnvside elllb 1 i nit unit ll H 1 uml IIP it eight in 1 slit Us Vtalani is Ntw i rk time K 1 1 h is time 11 its all rt v i HIS rt i rdi nsillwHtpr llit last rt t or 1 was Ih 1 ht old otlneis were i it-luted is li Inline atetl 40 w h lit hive beta a iclation i 1-ieihpii i --t m th fain us statesin in who KIM 1 i iss a 111 lonsin i tioniulMl uml hst f ill u is tgovtrn nitnlefh nil in dtimuv unniittplsm eide aftt r mi Inifjit 1 v -h i innisi If m tht ruht tein ilt vvhilt ou a bpiit h in the r U'hth "nljiirk --tin forilit il) a rt p rtt r m i I re rin in news pappi heie but 1 jsi his pnsiii m through diuuki nness Tiiev 84 i 000 DHMIUKI H WoiAsiK i i i K I _ 1 David r Ling me nil l.t of Ihe Providint Iv I in i seven otheis whtt atti i isat innutttt itirtcen' gtV H l Iltl Ir n of jJrori- dputt 11 i it tl sun f r I 11 unst B Pt i-i tml-itr f ih i rU? p rt t i i t_ I ittjo t at h or i 111 1 i i i n I the UbL uf 1 ui i n I Ii ill A 60 ttli Both the method and results when of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, aud acts gently jet promptly ou the Kidneys, Lirer and Bowels, denudes the tem effectually, dispels head aches and and cures hahitual constipation. Birup of Figs-is the only remedy of its kind ever pro- duced, pressing to the taste and ac- ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared ouly from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its IUHUV eicelk-nt qualities commend it txj oH and hare made it the lui popular remedy known fei rup of is for sale in 50c and 81 buttles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro- cure it promptly for any one who wfehes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRAHCISCO ML. KV YORK, H t The largest variety of SUFERF1NEXTREAM CUO( OLATEH guaranteed lobe the fines' made in the U fl will be found at ANGKT.O CAMKKA'S Fine Confectionery Sttfre, TRENTON N J Mno> Fruits. Ice Cream Soclft Water Ice Creiim Sodas, Milk Shakes, lemonade Ac. alwaj s on hand and the best that can be hud and These are factfl 1'rlcen eat BDtforall JIIMItU. The time U> purchano best splectrl roal Is In Summer Wlntt r monthH tho trade IH puRlilnR bus coal company In haute to got ont pro ducts do uot prepare HB when not Bonnsy Wo nre makltiK a wperlul erfort thltt Hummer to get the best coal thut grows, and df Hvor It In the bent shape nosRlblo Come and RPP liie nto nr or all By order of Common Council JNO C OWENS City C lerk [AdT'f fee, 50 8-7   

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