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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOU VIII. NO. 910J. I HEY KAY STILL STRIKE.' UKKNTON, WKDNK8DAY AUGUST 27. 1890. TWO CKNl'S Mister Workman Lee 1 bus Speaks of the Federation. HOW Til SI H fcflt MAY BE Vi ORKtD gocrof information Hint Mr IVirJolj Said tu Huve Received front Terre Haute. A HIg Open All Heeling lu New York. Mr. Depew Attaikeel. ALDAN i Aug Workman Lee of Assembly No 2M, has created a sensation litre by he has almost positive mforrnatiou that the federation that met in Terre Haute will yet order a strike heu confronted with the statement Mr said that he had reason to believe that Mr Powderly had been privately advised that the order no'ild (or grievances of their own. How It Bluy Be Done. When asked how such a strike would be brought about, he said the scheme pro- posed was for firemen and brakemen to rcfunB to rforKTjB'tFalns with or made up by scabs Mr Lee- makes still another liiterenting statement It 11 that when he ordered out the knights on the Central road, he only did so in certain PfttiPH _______ _ ___ __ l.OOO Kiilghta to Strike. He claims that there are still knighto at work on the Central When the gen- eral call Is issued these men will come oat, thus crippling road more He refused to answer a question jis to when the gen- eral call will tie issued by the the general executive boaid Strikers Paid Off. The paj car at West Albany Tuesday paid off men strikers who formerly tvorked in the shops The question was, "Here is your pny do you want to return J" U no answer was lu the affirmative the man was discharged Not one of nci-pted the offer to be taken back At a mecjting of the Alban) Business Men's as- Kiclation the rumor current that if the itrlkers did not settle their differences with the Central that they would close all accounts immediately was denied A Big Meeting at >ew lork. Ntw YriBK, 27 a 000 jons asse mbled m Union square last night In response to the call fora meeting of sympathy with the New York Central linkers Speeches against the action of the Pmkerton men at Albany aud else- where, the action of the Brotherhood of of the New York Central in particular, were made b> T V Powderly, Robert Bltssert, Mrs Margaret Moore and others, and resolutions of like purport wcre-adopt- ed In the course of his speech Mr Pow- derly said Mr Bitter Words. "There is, an orgamz ition of labor with Its headejuarters in Cleveland Its chief Is P M Arthur (Hisses) It contains men who will stoop to take the place of a broth er man Ibis is what the Brotherhood of Locomo'ive Engineers have done with the consent of Arthur I'he brotherhood is good, but it has a bad chief It was all anangeel for to be hidden in Cleveland while Depew was in Europe No one can get .it them A Slap at Our Chauncey." "The people of this land don't want a coward for president, a man ruiis away when there is a fight ahead. The battle is a strike of the people and must be fought at the polls The state board of srbltration are fishing in the Adirondacks Instead of attending to their business Indorsed by President Gompert. A letter from Samuel Gompers, presi- dent of the Federation of Labor, indorsing the strike and denouncing the Pmkerton army, was read The Central's ireight Rasineis It was generally reported last night that District Visumbly 246 had called out every Knight of Labor on the Vnnderbllt con necting lines, but the report could not be -nnftrmcd Mr Powderly said that he wiw not aware of any such action, though it might have been taken He had seen but two freight trams on his way down from Alban} each composed of about thirty cars, but ten of which were loaded This is an example of the regular business which Mr Webb claims the company 18 doing He was told in Albany that 450 carloads of. beef had been buried there, having become spoiled by delay Labor Lenders at liufTalo. BIFF N" Aug the Knight of Labor leaders regard Buffalo as an important point from which to conduct operations Several of them are already heie and others are expected Maj Mc- Gowuu, of Albanj, and J J Holland have just arrived All unite in saying that now they have just begun the flght and that It will be waged in earnest It is hard to see how they cnn confine the atnkc to the Con tral and make an impression Holland, Devlin, Uvvjer and McGowan are the four men who arc expected to look after the strike at this poiut Genfcidl Toucey, who is still here was asked if he Intended to reinbtite ahy of the switchmen who struck His answer was an emphatic negative Chicago's Bitter Fight. CHICAGO, Aug. road and all tlieir connections anil every railroad m the I nited Slates will be tied up unless the re is a withdiawal of the demands of the stiikmg switchmen of the Stock Yards Switching association These were the words of General M mager the Alton road, in speaking of the strike at the sto< k ynrds "1 he rtn-lroads will not grant the dem mils of the switchmen and will not jiild to thre Us Xo amount Of Injury to property or moriths of idle ness, and not even the loss of every cent of revenue bv rvery Chicago swerve the railroads from tins course The Dead Congressman. VIHM.TON, Ann remains o' iai ive preservative eif Peun i i were taken to his late home over the IVuiisvlv mi i load last night Ihe remains of a congressional committee lonsi-tiug of Messrs Culbertsou ll'n I M' I rau lovvilbend (Pal Maish illuee IN of the hous and Messrs Cameron, Cnllom .ind iiiilkncr of the senate An Editor Who Wuiitu to Die Aug 'a Dr Edward Sin inn editor of i ae Nevv York Hiinelels made a eletei mined at- tempt to lommit suici le jeiterelay Hb hi-Mt took in uptime, ami tins pi. v ing in -tl.cllve he at tbbcd himself ibullt the inns anil boeh 'When found he was bleeding pn fi sclj He still dee lares he -will kill-liinisiilL--lie his been elnuklllg BXCCSSIV cl) of late A ROMANCE IN REAL LiFE An I iiinukUed 1.Mulish hwl'iiller lils Murder Si Mllll Pa, Aug fl Iinnes Harold Sawyiii, an aristocratic jonng r uglibh man, made a covvanll) attempt to take the lift of Miss Marie hlliott while in eon v creation w ith her at her father s hand some residence near this place He was tlutnced, and she hatt justT tolt! nim she could no longer receive his dtt  favor He then thought it proper to see vvhiit Mr w is doing m Chicago, arid unknown to him he btarted for thai citv I'UWDEIl Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartir baking powder. High Mt of In leronraf GoV 17, Blonal gambler a contidence man and a frequenter of t ie worst dens In that city Hewasako traveling under an assumed name I was shocked and I wrote breaking our ment On re celpT of this Irttc-r he made ,1 pciemptorj demand for a fuller txplanaticn anil the names >f his accusers To this I m.ide no replj He grew vio'e it inel de. lared that unless Znv uL 1 the mm of hi-accunirs ..uuld both die together Im-taiitlv he drew the revolvei and fired Mv father rushed mtotlertxr i' 1 grs'pple'1 with him but he struck him iviohutblow on the lie id knocking him dewn then ev aped With tl e blood still 01 zing from my wounds I maiiagej.l_tp drag ray self over to mv father and tried tn restore him He is prostrited and hlliott is.W old and an ami- able and aceomphsheel lad} THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Condensed Gathered from rioUH PliKea I mil "S Koester vv-as arrested at Phila- delphia charged with J7 000 from a number of societies in Mmnc ipolls Minn of winch he was treasurer He ac but he had taken onlj (All) winch he had useel in his business with the hope of re- Noah lajlor, formerlj preipnetor of Tay- lor s hotel, Jersey diddled Vug 3j_at Beach New custom officers have seized JJOIKH) worth of dutiable goods on the Spainsj bark Farrade unarms from Ha vaua '1 he seized .geioels comprise tobacco, cigars, silks, shoes, stockings aud other article-; David Lins ev, of Philadelphia, received fntjil injuries bv dhlng off the nier at Bel- mai into shallow water Capt John S Kogiri, aged 74 vears, the oldest nea captain lu New Jersev, died at Lake of heart disease, Vug 20 John K Rejnolels has been nominated for ton cress bj the Democrats of the Iwelfth district of Pennsylvania John C K Her of niton N" Y has been np'nmateil for member of the assem- bly b) the Republic ins of the becond dis tuct of bt Lawrence county Vuj McKmlej bppn re-nominated for congress by the Republicans of the Six teenth (O district Under the late census the population of Rhode I'daud is an lOeieaae sluc-e ISHOoffWSIS or 88 per cent Newport's population is 19 4 I'l, oonsocket s 20 759 Ihe seventeenth annual assembly at Chautoiuqua lake, V Y, is over Fman ciallj and numerically Chautauqua has been a greater success than ever before MeVickftrSi-ffttiiejus theaUe nfc Chicago was destroyed b> an incendiary fire Loss, N'lght Watchman Lapere is uudei suspicion _ Scott bhoemaker, clerk of the Forest home at bcranton, Pa shot himself dead i ueBilay It h reported that Ismael Pacha, et khe elivi of Ljypt, has been poisoned in Con- st i tn ople _ Ilureed In n ell. BlltiOKns, fi Plnller, a laborer S4 years, who liveelatNo Mcsenlo street, met his death in a shocking manlier He was buneel alive m a well under twentj five fe-t of earth, and although hundreds of people were at work immediately after trying to rescue him, then efforts were without success He was deal, and when dlseuveied was a bruise il and almost shapeless m iss of hu rnaintj Whether ho lived through some of the hours which he passed under the ground and slonlj strangled, or whether he died immediately after tho eaith caved In on him, cannot be determined until the autopsy formed Tho Hoy mid tho Iteivnlvpi Spllisdrinn, Mass Ang J7 (lordon lOjearsold, of Canton O, was fa tally shot bv the accielental discharge of a larjrAnovy with which three boys were shooting at a mark Young Day was loading the weapon when the explosion occurred, and a lot of flue bird shot filled his lungs and throat and pierced the wind pipe Day was visiting his grandfather, William H Andrew, of this city li It not to some extent your own fanlt that your children seek recreation outside ol the family circlet Why not fnrnUh them amnse- BICYCLISTS AI NIAGARA. Annual Meeting of the League of American Wheelmen. WINNEUS OF THE FIRST RACES. Quick Time on tlm Svvllt Silent Steeds. WludU- Wliu the One Mile a Trophy from the Scotch Cutter Minerva. NIAIMHA FALLS, N Y Aug 27 League of American W neelmeu s annual festivities opened here Puesday with a parade in which wheelmen partici- pated Ihe first day's racing was had over the Niagara Falls running track Five thousand people saw the sport, which was of a higb order The results follow ItesuttH of the Race. One Mile four G W Detiisou, Englewood, lite, first, J B lontame, Philadelphia, second Time, 8Um 2s Two Mile Safety five F Murphy, Brooklyn, first, P J Berlo, Boston, second Time, 9m 174-5S One Mile throe minute class, tour start- ers G Denison, Englewood, Ills first, Robert J Thorn, Chicago, second Time, 8m 58s- One Mile bafety Handicap, fifteen start- ers T A Wallace, Ljunfield, Mass first (fifty J R. HaHetoo, of Philadel- pbiar second  r someone else high in auth rtv in aianv feoveral ago M I 1 a Hun jarlau deputj went te) Kis i in the nterests of an important i v ep i In jrder to Inteivuvv i'UMte Hi i i k M ljaimauelv was deilv provide 1 w h letters jf introduction ami em his in v el at Ivls nngentie vv i te to the ex e 1 e 11 r de nauding an audience AS no i v mine rie called in ersnn at Prince 1 nuiks villa Iressed geutlenuii asked hi n iv n in- leoublj what he wanted M 1 inelj the object if hu visit e Uhvved his letters of introduction The well (Iressed gentleman k the let en, glanced them over, put i n in his pocket and told the deputy to r i rn t j his Prince Bismapok' would be sent to him replj was Rent, and upon t 11 further investigation Pazmandv learn 1 n mi Bis marck s setretarv that th( prnco had neither reieived his letters of i itt Inttlon nor his. request for an audience The well dressed gentlem in vvl had receivedlhe elcputj so pblitilv i the first DCcaMon proved to be no otli it an a ele teethe intrusted with the t ef con itJintlv sha.dovviivtheexchauiiil r Thin detective had evidently sent tin letters to the person who paid him for h- Cervices instead of sending them to the pr nee Pazmamly was obliged to r turn with jut getttng an interview with the ex chaucellor A (.hastl) Sulolele RAIIW vi N T Aug J7 atheuue Reillj JOvtarsolcl of i t com mitted suici le Tueselay bj itting her throat, nearlv severing her hea 1 from her bodj After e utting her thro it-1 walked to i closet in another room and e i h ivored to lire the building Not RH ling in this she groped her way to the cellar, where she was afterward femn 1 d nl by her brother in Uw James Green oo returning to dinner found the h Breaking m the door he w is a e to trace the suicide'to the cellar bj 'he trail of blood orm r appc i 1 on the iceneami U lining th jiirticn n Itemed an inejuest nnne1'ess ir> anel th Ij was i ti n irg IP Nei a hi- as vat bccfi is-U'iifel fuithf r thin the belief she vvas deni' nted I i tl i I In el l T h I it. I v v 1 'I I 1V OB sin ill lul W 11 r S K VI I s f 01 ooel f I I' uee) hius been ad I In ot I mine d until MADE BY SPECIAL PROCESS--THE BEST. l is nt n in rt m r is an artiele- et diet. loutcn s h is f i u nt llcsh-feirnnner proper- r tics than exist i i t _ I he tissue. it e 1 highlj II N i til I I u eMl "BEST GOES FARTHEST." 11 i 1> in b i bulteiu_l as t.j same timt at 111 li L t the cader ma is pt the original 1 1 e t lliiin r. ment at homsT Why not treat them at hbme by the nse of AyertSarBaparllU Tr to K M HlreirBoot Boer 7 your rriendi with the rwult. Gossoon Defeats Minerva. MAliBLFHEAD Mass, Aug the whistle blew to start the second of the Oossoou Minerva races Tuesday the boats were about on a line the dossoon to the windward and as soon as they named on the w md the Gossoon began to go almost two feet to the Minerva's one So rapidly did she runaway from the Minerva that in less th in twentj minutes she had a lead of two minutes The wind was light from the sejutb.ea.sl. All the way uut Uj tilt? outer mark the Gossoon crawled away slowly arrd rounded the matfHCont seven minutes ahead, although she had over- stood the mark some distance On the run home, with spinnakers set, the Minerva got the advantage of freshen- ing wind, and gained somewhat, but not enough to materially cut down the big lead of the Gossoon The latter finished five and a half minutes ahead It Was a Bad Defeat. This time the allowance cuts down the time minutes and forty-three sec- onds uut the beat was a bad one, and Bur gess had another chance to turn the somer- sault, with which he generally marks a victory summary Actual Correct- Start Fmlfch Time ed Time S "H M.S" H M S H M-g Gossoon 11 M 00 Z 57 it 3 29 24 8 39 Z4 Minerva 11 28 00 3 02 57 3 34 57 3 S3 07 This is the Gossoon's second victory in the race for the trophy, and therefore Mr Burgess carries off the prize Starvation In Ireland. DUBLIN, Aug at a league moptireg last night Mr Timothy Healy. referring to the potato blight m Ireland, said that nothing stood between the peo- ple and starvation during the coming win- ter The sufferers might not legally with- hold rents, but the man who paid rent and left his family to starve was little than an assassin If it was found necessary to appeal to the Irish in Amer- ica and Australia, the assistance thus ob- tained ought not to be shared by any man who had paid rent during the preceding twelvemonths A Successful Opening Day. WILLIAMS' GROVE, Pa, Aug 27 formal opening of the Grangers' National took place here Tuesday, was attended by persons Hon Leon- ard Rhone, of Center county, the worthy 1 master, delivered the opening address and was followed by J J Woodman, secretary of the National Grange, and State Senator Glrard C Brown, of York county, who is tile state A flno display of cereals is made by the Northern Pacific railroad, and the horticultural exhibition greatly surpasses that of former years Justin's Becond Cannon Explodes. UTICA, N Y Aug 27 was an- other trial of Dr Justin's dynamite cart- ridge at Perryvllle Tuesday afternoon ihe firSt shot was successful, but the second blew the cannon into a thousand pieces, one big fragment being carried over the village, a mile away Although he has lost by having two of his big guns blown into atoms, he still thinks his in vention will make him rich lie this accident was due to a flaw in the steel No one was injured Ttain Kobbers Disappointed. DALIAS Coin Aug masked robbers held up the stage which runs bo tween here and Telluiide oil Monelay Nothing was secured excepting what was in the registered mail There is no doubt that their object Was to secure the retorts from the King gold mine, eleven of which were sent out Monday, but by a different route The value of the re- torts was over Vtllecl by His Young Son Nnno llln Aug 27, A -jnan Fielder, living near this place, was killed by his 14 ear old son The boy wanted to plant a certain piece of ground in wheat and the father objected, whereupon the boy went to the house, got a gnu and shot the old man dem! A perfect complexion, free from pimple br blemish, la very rarely wen, because faw people perfectly pure blood And ytt. i i-.. r.-------- ernptfoni are easily remold Tryitaftd- ,14 Host I'laven s ,1 NTVV vi k N J Viy -7 s Its fin u i l il dilln ultles the sell It- cries, Pile her M M ith will go t i Ihlrd Baseman Gilbert and ph> will be to a Koilssej firmellv of the Jcr- been '1 to plav shortst'iL Jones li eit the probabh eoverthe thhel ;lub will have ft ben lit gam Havcu on n In five ga i hemie bj Nevv uk list week were on Iv o M e aeh elav s i less than the guarnilee, vv President was down into his pocket to mak rkrencv I iial Ll u.l. Vi Aut, S Ik. (hiei i m the 11 iltimon mid (Mm r.ulleitev niiuim into an open svv n 1 near P >mt of H ks where it struck s me cars th u we n lung on the siding, and ba llv el IheenMiHer i who'll l 1 i n in the tmpleiv of the e m mv t r tvve ntv vuirs w is mstantlv kllle d Tie Hi nil was ImeTlv probiblj fatatlv i ij 11 I Ihe engine baggage and p ist il e lovvii t cVeel anil the bilanteof the I j el e 1 1 he passengers we re I iken nn but nun1 weio sen I mine! ll Ilml} III a Itiirrt 1 Niwvik I r ex sm Ilml treasurer of the lulled 1 eeimpanv in Nivv vv i- vv ilkuu in the gaulinuhih surionn Is his lie i- n Mt l'rostieet ive line last ev e tuny he fui n 1 i b u ie 1 vv hi  e u in priori ss e ightet n vvee ks has be iNO TAILOKING CO, hi won'd not n_uch tht wind whistUd thionifh hia coat tailt. cm rlothini; tin Men, Boyi and Childru Tilth BLbl TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING lua than Philadelphia Qn- KM rn 8AMPT.F OVEKCOATS for 01 onr SAMPLE bUITS, H H 1, }.ld and lor fO.90 idqaartsn tor Ohildrtn'ii Kan a l .BJ (JLOTHISG MADh TO v uun ll bvt m th( to witi, came 'ong I TI, inorj J7 excr liovle O Reillj hall lastTnght resided Un the i ev C on f the citv clergy iehvercd b} Rev. e Church eif the dil t d s 1 nom is pastor j chuteh 1 11 Phillips was were w ue reael, r Hoar, who al mi poem i n Mlue. An Kiplnstmi IE N" J- t, the Harris mine at 11 1 i 1 tampered w ith an obstinate blast m 1 it e in their midst Ihe exploM TI.hurled the men against the vval fie mine with tre mendous force and n Iliiteel frightful in Junes 1 oiem in h, irv was picked up unconscious Hislie-h was hornblj loin and he was blinleel f r 1 fc Philip Rein harrlt has his fin i I'll 1 uniLa lea illd HD arm fiactuieel 1 Ivv n 1 Titzkellv had an arm torn aw iv an 1 vv maimed The other w01 kniLti leeeived minor hurts CnppUd mite in tin small bojs nt IIi_h 1 the youngsteis toi procured the cartii U mines, had cut it into made several sucee throwing tne pieces fi Twelve year old i mered the last pn 11 hand and forearm vv and his entire kft will recover, but vv I He 1> rhlllir U reachul here th it this nij, who Bteamer Nornnimli i New 'Vork ll nil I I Adolph I'lnll p-m the man vvh i w is sometime age ten i to i' r Life. i7 Adjna 1 uids of several l_re maimed one of Ihe bojs had it the new iron n lU pieces, and had rnl explosions by fn I he top ejf ei bill Hartrum ham with a stone His loin into shieds WHS nijureel He h telly crippled n A Double ,e report has iiide i Philhpseii, of isscnger on the 1 been eU taim d at lie lief th.it he is n ndere r eif Me v el e 1 111 t. 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