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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               V VOL. VIII. NO. UKWNTON, THUKGDAY AUTKJKNOON, AUOU8T 21. 1890. TWO OKNT8 us cm. _. ,11 Kuiglit on the V underbill LlausOideiedOut. WAE TO THE BITTER END. Still Dilltint and Prepared for the Worst Chlei or the Firemen tlun (ire J'cj.nliloii ot Ihe utivo IJuurd of the Knights or Labor, aud HUD Culled u Meeting of His Order fbi at lerre Hauie.Tna I'owdorly t Appeal to All KulghU ou im-Mlt T limn Xhe Ktrllie Prom to Develop Into a Mont tormldable Combat Iletueeu Organized Labor and M kcl I lam li Itul I tl Canada s utli ru BuITa! t tago, thru Oi tai i i i !a Micl I -ill f H l il w lha ta.sl rruuk of C auatla LhltaKO an I N I II r Chiuii lu Mil vaik t aj I si 1) t t a U In t, 281 I. mud i m apulis an 1 11 II 1 .t-ri 1 Muiu  Ground Mr positively refused to agree to this request in the interest of peace. Mr Priwderlv asked Mr Webb m view of the conflicting statements of the men and the u mpanv uihciah if he would consent to meet tht discharged men and allow him (Mr Powderlv) to question them in Mr W ebb B prestuce upon the charges of the coinpauv against them Mr ebb refused to entertain this prop- osition M-r who came into the room during the interview reiterated the oft made statement that they would insist upon their right to discharge any of their employes without assigning a reason for doing so and that the} would not admit the right of HI j Iwbnr nrgftni7Htlon, or committee of such organization to inter- vene 111 the mattei Beiug uSkt-J if they took the position that a railway was pri vate property aud that neither the em- plojes of the company nor the public had any right to question the of the management the) hesitated and at lust took refugejjn a silence which the repre senuitncs of the knights of Labor in vaiu tried to break The latter said that if it was the policy of the company to main tain that the) >vould not admit ihut either' the public or emplojesof the road had any right in the premises it was useless to wasU) time" 01 words on the" matter ATid shortly withdrew This Indeed Means War Lpon the return of .Messrs Powderly and Devlin to tht st Cloud hotel the executive board of the knights aud tives of the supreme council of the Federa- tion of Hallway mplojeshelda prolonged "Tho po ution -A all the kwdK-o reprtbented was freely stated The result was that the representatives af the federa- tion dttided to call a meeting of the su preme council of the 1 ederation t[ Rail way Lmplojcs for Aug in Terre Haute, Ind for action in the Af thm meeting Mr bargent said he would lay the whole case before the council He fully indorsed the position of the Knights of 1 abor executive >o War nlth Labor Organizations. ice President Webb was seen by a re- porter He the first of the quoo tions given in Mr Powderly s statement had been exaggerated The question of public und employes rights was not touch- ed upon The company, Mr Webb de- clared, had no war with labor organisa- tions as such He could not see why the firemen should strike They were better paid on the Central than on any other line Prepared to Meet ihe bpeafemg of the connecting lines, he re marktd that lie us in constant eommanl cation with their chief officers, and that the Bee Line Lake Shore and every linked railroad was prep trad for a strike if it came It is estimated that the entire Vauderbilt sjstom of railways has fully 60000 ruer engaged in its operation extlu slve of officials office clerks ett Ihe fol lowing is a list of the lines comprised within this colossi! sjstem and stretching from this city to the far west. The 1 anderbllt Lines New York York to Buffalo and Michigan -bt. l-UUl, lumber uu 1 Iowa an t N i tsk t Iheexe tm b ir 1 f tht of Labor (ontuiucd m jn all It now looks as though tin strike mil do velop into one of the trtattst outtsts be twu.ii emplojtr aud that the countrj h ib seen m yt ui Dead ou Hlx Ir.iln Charles Oswald a brakcmau who had taken the pine of a striktr WHS found dead ou his tinin when It its litd Seventy ninth street last evening Ht was last seen allv t ut Spin ten I) iv v il whtii lie wafl sitting on hn briki Ihere a mark on the htud tl (it have been made by 11 brick or othtr missile Were Dloi i Iminutcd Igalust. Jl Information oblairiul here contri licts the rtlou b} Mr -tliiit he has not any mpti be CUUM. thov wtro and- -tnittTro assatirt in txttig made the knights rullyfift) f the mtu who are on strike here fhftt for the past month station Stephens of the Grand Central dtp >t New has been informing them Unit the) h id better thtlr conm t! m with thi order ind that vtrv quickly asthtioid intended to get rid of thobt who itel ng( 1 to it To liieuk lp the Order. This or ler was also disseminated among the men bv Mr Huestls the nvate secre- tar) of Mr lit suit fjr head baggagerneu and brakemi n tnd informed them less than a week btftre the strike that it was tht intention of tht road to break up the order and 111 it tht) had bet UT leavt it at once aud advise others to do the same if the) desired 1 1 rttmu their po- sitious The messa e was yven tout least fifty men [11 SH.T Hurrviidcr Ihe following bulletin vva.s isstn d from the headquarters of District Vsbtmbl) No Of Dispatched from BufT.il anl De Inform u.s tl f n u are sohj as a that none w 1 1 return tu urk ujitll the trouble La wttlpd Oir latest dis] at h s fr ID N H Y rk ind a t ]p f thewh lc a 1 Mr d In his m until n 1 t t hear the refill f the lat) r t nftr i Tie HwlUbmeu at B itTal ar still ut ant II r main bo until th itnkf is settlf J btt-ajv all lonj, the hue arlwill nevtsr sui reu dor Lnglneent Mectt at BuQalo BLPT-VLO 1 he engineers held a sgtrtt meetmjs to toiisidtr the New 'i ork Ctntial strike Hrey arc ?iid to with the striktrs Trams art ov ing si Iv lj THE IN BRIEF Condensed Gathered from rioni PI icik The accident on the (Jld Colony railroad at Qumcy wiu cuuicd In 11 jatk bung left under a rail b) we r1 in u who were repair IUK the of the Mctiins have died making the number of the killed 1 be state department received a telegram from Minister that the good offices aud mediation of the L mted States have been acc< pted bj bo'b. O la" mala and Salvador Mrs Marv ha-s bemin i suit to recover ?1U damages against tht bor of Park N J foi injuries bv a fall from a I roken wooMtn walk Nlrs Crossett was crippled b) the" accident I- Joneb c jlon 1 3 vtars old of 41i N rth sixt) thir 1 treet Philadelphia drowned her s mom I old tliil 1 in i tub of water ind then committed s uu It Iv hanging herstlf bnssim Ir a Id bo) was burned to death at Sv oodbur) N J bv i ouring gasoline upou a bjnfm REPUBLICANS DISAGREE. The Elections Bill Fight m the Senate. MB. HOAB SPEAKS 01 IIS Ho Says It Not a Sectional Meuare. Only Strikes at Fraud Wnerever Found Republican Senators Believe the Bill Ijl Dead f r This Seulon. iOh Aug 21 annormoe ment that Mr Hoar would address tie senate in opposition to Mr Quay's resolu ilou fixing the time tor-voting ou the tariff bill and shelving the federal bill brought quite a crowd of spectators in the galleries W ednesday Mr Hoar demanded the eas and nays on agreeing to the reso- lution and then offered the two amend- ments of which he had given notico ono to include the fedeial elections bill In the proposed order of business and the other to provide for demanding the previous -question Mr Quay gave notico tl he "Id that theie wtre two kinds f irage One was that having delirium Itlutj u wanted auothtr inanspio.jut and took it und wtre not afr i I him Another was tint ImMug n i i] jour mind to put a nnuzle upou t I dy at any time tint pli asea you, i get the power to do it in advance lha w is not his kind of courage He prt p It voto for the proposition of the Stum Peuuuylvuuia with thu ad 1 I f one other measure mure linpoit 1 i the tariff or an) other Hie r lutiou went over Ihe hi use amen Imeut-i tu t t- ural college bill indtothemea bill were laid bi fc re the ben it. ai 1 were concunel lu Ihese bills u t, l the president fur hu signature Repubhean senators who d to .the Q my resolution express th I l_f that it will be ultimatel) adopted lu House WAblUMlTON Aut il Ihel is spent most of the morning hour tit ting the alien land law bill which was allvlall oti the tablo- Xt to It I MM H U-1111 inspecti n uf was then taken up and aftt bale was passed Ihe lard bill w is ti Itlaled "without final attli n   iireshleul and that b) a parti il rul.ng Gtn Raum ad Tinted tht casts of a ttrtaln pension at totnev (deorge i, Lemon ofthia the latter indorsing a note of Gen Raum s for QUO as a tompeusitiou foi this itisin Iho sllfj i tliat the refrijj erating process is impracticable aud worth less Representative Cooper (Ind) who prtferred the charges claimed that if Gen Raum was of inj or huckstering scheiS; of a private character while commissioner of pensions the com mittec should investigate it If I was guilt) of either of these charges said Gen Raum I would consider a disgraced uran and to -be k-ieked out The President Visits a Mint PHiLiDELPHH Aug 21 Har rison while on his wa) through this city en route for Cape May v isited the mint Among the interesting things on_ exfiili tion in the building is the medal struck oB in commemoration of eTPrestdeut William Hi nry Harrison This was shown the pres ideut who saw it for the first time While on his tour of the building the president was recognised by the who gave him several heart) cheers On leaving ha expressed to Chief Comer Steel and Chief Clerk Cobb vv ho had escorted him through the various departments his pleasure at his reception and what lie had seen Has La Grippe Come Ygain17 Falls e-New York Buffalo and Niaga Aug runior_w_a1s cur- ra I rent here ednesdaj that la grippe had Lake Shore and Mlthlgan to Absolutely Pure. A creum of tarter powder. High of in leavening U. 8. OOT- Bcporl, Avguit 17, once more got a foothold in this city 1 hree certificates were iiled at the bureau of v ital statistic s upon which it was stated that three persons had died from a disease whose symptoms were very mm h like la grippe ami this tiruiiftstance the rumor that that dreaded disease had again appeared hen regls ter of the bureau of vital statistics was of the opinion that la guppe had not again made its appearance here Ho said the present pulmonarj diseases were caused by the changes in the weather Baltimore KM lutlim ClNUNVATI Aug Jl At a meeting at the Hiirnctt house lietween H Waltz and Hilly Barney representing the Bal tiniori" olnl> lato of the Atlantic) association and Hack Phelps and W H hittaker representing the American as sociation a formal contract was drawn up and signed admitting the Base- ball club to full membership in the Amer lean association Ayer'H Sarsaparllla, by purifying and en- riching the blood. Improves the appetite, aids the assimilative process, strengthens the nerves and Invigorates the system it Is. therefore, the best and most thoroughly reliable alterative that can be found for old or yonng. would ask a division of the subject whan the vote should be taken In speaking tor his amendment Mr Hoar said the ?fte- tions bill had been misrepresented It was nothing mi le th in a proposition to remove force and fraud from the elections of mem bers of the house of representatives Senator Pugh's Alleged Threat Messrs Hoar and Pugh then had a tUt over Mr Pugh's speech concerning the bill, in which he said that if this bill be comes a law its execution will ensure the shedding of blood and the destruction the peace and good order of the country Its passage will be resisted bv ever) par hamentarj method and every method al lowed by the constitution of the United States Mr Hoar said he wouldjeavelt to the judgment 6t the country wlieffier this was a threat or not He said that when senators tame into office they took an oath to support the constitution The elections bill undertook to defend the con stitutiou of the nited States against an attempt to overthrow it by depriving the majontv of the people of their right hon estly and freely to elect representatives in the other house of congress Ita main ob- ject was to obtain the ev idence upon which the house of representatives could safely proceed in rendering judgment aa to the election of its members 1 he provisions of the bill were the result of a most satisfac- tory experience in the Tjnited States and Great Britain There was nothing new m it It struck at evil m all parts of the countrj alike It applied to the whole cojintrj with additional_rjrecautions ancl tfTe fforth had applied to itself for nn irly twenty years "Sot a Locul Measure Ha In proposing this measure congiess was doing exac Iv what the framers of thn con slilutiuu ected when they declared that the times places and manners of holding elections for senators and representatives should be prescribed in each state by the legislature thereof but that congress may at anv time bv law make or alter such regulations Congress had exercised that power over and over again He did not believe that bribery was claimed to be a souOiern offc nse He could not affirm that his owu commonwealth had escaped en tfojfely fxon.1 it UnlMs well informed men were mistaken there had been one election where it had rained shekels nndar the shadow of Harv ard college A Previous Outcry. The election law of 1870 had been passed at a ti mp vv hen Tweed had said that he did not care who did the Yotmg if he did the counting lhat law had encountered (as the pending law had) an outcry from the whole Democratic part) In that connec tion Mr Huar read some extracts from The York of October 1870 calling upon the citizens of New York to resist military interference He said that the law had been specially designed Uj affect cities having a population of or up- ward. By the census of 1880 there were ninety nine such cities in the United States, all but twenty two of which were m the north It was Idle to speak of the pending bill ass sectional measure or as threaten- ing bloodshed Was cheating at elections an issue of the war''Had Jackson died had Loo gone through that struggle be tween his allegiance to his country and his love for ins state in order that ballot boxes might be stuffed, that naturaliza- tion papers might be forged, that returns might bo altered, snd-that votoo might bo falsely counted? The Bill's Opponents. It was a foul wrong upon the authors of the bill to say that it reopened the issues of the war It was a fouler calumny of the mighty shades of the_ Confederate dead There Ead never been a more senseless ut- terance than to call thalTa force bill wTijcB transferred the settlement of a great pub- lic question from the shotgun to the court, unless it was to call it a bill to create negro domination or to create a race issue The negro was m Inrpp minority in evpry srstfl in the Union but four What tendency, he asked had the bill to put any state under the dominion of the-African, The Repub- lican party were pledged to the policy of the bill by ev erything that could bind a party The Quay Resolution Referring to the Quay resolution Mr Hoar said that nobody doubted that its purpose was to defeat the federal elections bill for this congress Tb.H next session would last but thirteen weeks from which the Christmas holidays would have to be deducted The passage of the great appro- priation bills the apportionment bill and other business which pressed upon the at- tention of congress would be enough to defeat the resolution Everybody who voted for the resolution lie said, committed himself to the prln ciple that the senate could cut off debate at discretion No man, he thought, could challenge the sincerity of his devotion to the protect system, but he would little satisfaction in the pending taritt bill if its passage was to be tke price of the dla honor of Ins country or of the broken pledges of us partv Mr Fryo Attacks Republican At the ci nclusion of Mr How's speech, Mr Spooner moved the reference of resolution ami amendments to the com mittee on rules Mr 1 rye expressed sym pathy with what the senator from Massa chusetts had said He believed that ij fort) three Republican senators would sac riflce their convenience fora time thepre vious question could be adopted as a rula of the senate in three days, the tariff bill passed in U n days and ten days thereafter an elections bill could bo passed Mr Frye said heplacod the responsibility for thn defeat of the elections bill on those lenators who declaied in a Republican Conference held earlier in the session thai shey would support a rule for the previous question Cowaidico never yet won a bat Ue or retained a friend Mr Edmunds replied to Mr Fcye Kt THE BASEBALL WC'-iLD >atloual League At New il. liR.se hits Bos-t i! 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U B iftui B Ul Bist li l rl I and Math Ayer'B Hair V! tallty to Vigor i. weak and pray hair restores color and vl- Throngh Hi healing and oleanflfng' qualities It the accumulation of duudrnlT anil cures all scalp dtieutis The belt hair dressing ever made, and by far the most cconomleal 4 li I a 1 Cu roll 01114 0010 rk H H st I 11 Bute 1 1 i el i I t. H I 1 1 1 fl 1 0 0 (Illl If, t s J 4 eiliai.o B is- I it I I! iffalu 0 1 i anil Ha k Bus Iha aueu 111 lurk Pllllalelpu i Boston Buffalo 11 Tulala Amelican At Columbus 0 n n DO IT 1 1 t i tat I ill nts ui iu 1 I i i! e as a. f i llajf-rb i -141 SifeL 4 li n 0 0 hlU Columbus Columbus 8 Do) le Mui pli y aud B v e At Toledo- Toledo 20 Syracuse 00 TCa.se hits T tedi 9 11 H 4 1 tion 1 I 1 0 0 k jn 4 rids Frrurs Kraussaui 00 0 S a i 0 0 3 Errors Smith Sage Toledo 0 sy i and Keefe Oasey Br a I rkt Atbt St. Louis Olio 0000- 0011 00080- Baae hits St Lou s 1 1 ster 8 T rrors 8t Louis 2 Roeheste 11 1 r t3s Hart an Munyoo Barr and Mtfr i r lie called at en of tenth inning on aeeu i t kuess Atlantic Am x I it Ion At Jvew Hai 0 Baso hits SewHivrn 4 Errors New Haven 1 Harnsl I Batteiies drill land and H fiord Lox a rs At k ref lie to go to the ha m the eleventh muiiit, aultl umpire refusln, to call game it was forfe ted t Baltimore A CROOKS STRANGE END He Rid In the Ha) an I U as Accident ally Killed with a I UUlfork AKKON 0 Aug 1 i almage town ship, six miles from this ice, a farmer1 children playing m tht Urn observed pile of hav moving Hit) called a farr hind to kill a s pposnl si nk under th hay The hired mm thrist a pitchfor into the hay and imp Ue 1 negro One o the tines enterel tht i gro s eje am reached his brain with fatal effect The negro was identili is John Wil iams, well known to tin i ice of all larg cities as one of trie m st 11 crook in the country tad killed tvv men and had served tl ie terms m th Ohio fiom nl leh he reeeutl escaped after serving i rr fifteen years Upon him was found u haded revolver burglar tools and valual 1 s recently stole from residences in the IK Belle Hanilln and 1MIven Tioubl PoliHHKEhlblK, A.Ug ill weather was clear here th track m good cunditi n u I a large nun bei of people In During th aftirnoinji lie H iln ind we? 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CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. lawsvnit KY HEW YOKK. H Y The largest variety of SUPERFINE CREAM CHOCOLATES guaranteed to be the finest made In the U 8 will be found at Fine Confectionery Store, ace so u T A u or. TRENTON N J Fancy Fruits Ice Cream Soda Water Ice Cream bodas Milk Shakes T emonadc Ac always on hand and the best that can be hat and made These are facts Prices convenl ent for alt JUMIiO. J he time to purchase beet selected coal la In bummer Winter months the trade IB pushing bus- iness the coal company In haste to get out pro- ducts do not prepare as when not so busy We are making a special effort this Summer to get the best coal that grows and deliver It In the best shape possible Come and aee tne stock and order for Winter PHONE 147. 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