Trenton Times, August 28, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Trenton Times August 28, 1890

Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey 2S IbOO, PUBLISHED VERY AMERNOON IN THE 8 W COR. FRONT AND S. BROAP STS., TRENTON, N. J. EDWIN FITZGEOBGB PTJHITSWIB UiD PBOFWI-iOm The U Delivered by Carrlen to of the Cltj for Tun Week. Delivered to the residents of the Bmroimdlrig Towns for Twelve a Week Wall Sntfccrlbers Five a or Plflj a Mouth postage paid Single A DO OST 28 1890 Second District Congressional Convention The Republican voters of the Second Congressional District of New Jersey, poru prising the conutuB of Atlantic Kurling ton Mercer and Ocean, are requested to select delegates to a Congressional Conven tion to be held at Atlantic City, in the connty of Atlantic on Tdurso'ay, the 18th day of September at 12 o clock, noon, for the pnrpooe of nominating a candidate for Congress. Tbebasia of representation under the call will be one delegate for each one hundred Republican votes cast at the last Congree Bional election, and one for each friction of the same above fifty, in each township and ward provided that each township and ward shall be entitled to at least one dele gate ISBAELG An IMS Atlantic, W Bl DKAttrh, Burlington, W Soon TAILOK Mercerj ACS HATEJ.S, Congressional Committee LOST-A POWERFUL ALLY- The Democratic' legislators of this State, in knocking out the political Prohibitionists, have lost a powerful ally Thej uiaj have considered it a bright stroke to place legislation upon the statute books that makes it almost impossible for the Prohibitionists to place candidates in the field. But it wasn't bright by-any On the other baud it was a piece of monumental s-tupidtty on the part of the Democratic party of this State. They could Dot possibly have done anything that would mure less to their achantageon election day Wh} Simply because the Prohi- bition organization bus for years pur- sued methods that have umformi} re- sulted in the interest of Democratic candidates That this has been the case and that it been recognized by the leaders of the Democratic party in New Jersey is shown by tbe fact that the Piohibitiomsts have always been patted on the back by the former Democratic editors always had A good for their efforts m the political field.. The fact that HIP TVmncratic legis- lators have shorn their allies of their po-wer can only be regarded as one of tbe colossal blunderfTof which they are frequently guilty THE big ocean steamers still go OB "beating the record." They will keep it up until they send their passengers on an exploring tour to the clouds BILLY McAuoo made himself prominent iu the House yesterday. Billy iieedb all the prominence he can get nowadajs. The prospect now is that he will retire at the end of his present term and settle down in Vir- ginia, a State that is apparently much more to his liking than New Jersey A SHORTAGE in the hop crop is re- ported, but that fact will not interfere in the least with the production of beer gent farmi i that legislation which to him lint additional (W I.KHJ homt nmiktt Is a nil re sham aud a delusi 'ii lnt btnkc situntiuti at Chicago is houih growing iiidie serious Each fcldi I'juiiuoini, it" fine's m pteparation for them i tint iht indications point to a long ami dt--.pt rate struggle be- tween the lahoi organisations on the one hand and tin lailroad companies on the otlur unless a i improinise can be real bed 1 lie managers of the van OUH r mdh IIHM ilulaied that will not toleraU dkUUmi from their em '1 hi railw employes' broth erlioods will insist on maintaining- their position It neither recedis trouble is mi vital k A laijje number ofswitibmin ijuit bi- cause tliej wen a-ked to handle cars from the stuck} mils whiib had beeu Ukin out Ij switchiueu who took the [lucthof the strikers at the all this is not ac- cotMing to tin ruksofthe uuiou, there is little doutt that tht association will sustain tin nun Similar trouble ii anticipate! at ail} moment at other jardt hki btateof aflmrs may de- on load leading to the East and hauling stockyards or pack- lug house produUs MAKI i AND b ucv, election law is to be tested in the courts It will be coii- UrnuVa llmf the law IB uncoDBlitU- tioual, hist, because it was not signed b} the-Umernnr until after the Legis- lature had adjourned secondly, be- cause it is not uniform m the diflereut counties, and, thirdlj, because of its discrimination m favor of the foreign- ers, or the man who cannot rend, by allowing an mte preter within the polling booth. A Popular Song. Miss Blanche Cartisse, the charming songstress and clever actress of the U8pider and Fly" company, which will appear at Taylor Opera House next Monday even- ing, will sing a beautiful waltz song, which 18 destined to become very popular It is called the Spider and Fly 1111 BIRDS "T HAT AREL DL WHEREVER HLY t I VE GO ALL eipt n Ii U in i amateur iititut Ui t hill plague it protm d t the lit 11 i i i nu twttn IK. 1 anl issi n "ti iii I i attunj ti wen. in i k in a-- in n 1 i t it a t ill trod IK t iht bn 1 t ih Mt one to draw it for them home of them are m the sere aud yellow leaf aud thej point out that they are happilj growing old becau-e they always avoided unhealthy water IT is something decidedly new for Republican Congressmen to indulge iu slugging matches on the floor of the House In thus pursuing Democratic methods Messrs Heckw ith aud Wilson have indulged in a departure that de- serves and will the severest condemnation at tlA hands of their brethren of the same political faith THE in the House tend to show that lard iaa decidedly dangerous article to monkey with The tongues of several states- men appear to been greased for the occasion and things fairly sizzled the utterances that poured from their mouths DLRINO the tanfr debate jesterdaj Senator Vest, who alwajs poses as the especial champion of the Western farmer, denounced the imposition of duties on farm of other coun tries which come here and compete with those of the United btaten, and called protection of that sort a mere delusion But the tables mg the bill which la> on his denk showed that agricultural valued at nearlj had come Into the country last ear to compete directlj with home producU Mr Vest will Dot be able to satisfy the Intelli Tourists, hether on bushiest) bent or business, should take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs as it arts moat pleasintly and effectually on Iidneys, liver and bowels-, preventing fevers, hfadaches and other forms of flick- For Pale in 50c and 00 bottles by all leading druggists by an accident empty hundredh of in K ure 1 n haunts the sjtu housing It sttt stops and t-tabli habit Bimis of spai i w s The docl mcnt if sii Ii i u al i in U apt itude f :i it jii o liu ti n h is h 11 I ill 11 cf entircH tin attitil 1 he pullit toward the bpai i 1 HI a ago it draper ten i ut the 1 illrim England than to it in Neu tl n.ie- waid N pai 1 fci (t j_i __ J- i it has been bcu i Iqii'sium that, far from bung a fiitnd t tlu fumei tho spai row his bittci entn Indeed then i-> longer am d ubt t th it at h jme and gaidt toniplam f nn meiease ahiDst n V u ji thj that m Tht farmus of fit north ef Ei i have c( mbiiied to p th f then and thenicesitv t i a familiar oift uiuation in the Midlan Is has been uiooU 1 AN here the) ai w m !a.i i u iiltis LULU is sscaiceh an) limit to the mischi f thf v ai uinacilti tf dtUig and men ai hot j i no to exag dctlaie un h h adlands whu L in t '-u h e aa a thick theciopis fit ni nth icluctd to extent e_f oOpci jtent_ just befOIL tin iu begins to grow and bioi d 1 ins t i blood till the ciop is numeral k th uvin 1- hen distuibed m ic part toanothti and alt i a Lit men tei may be act n ij h 1 1 b; a u i charge 1 in dint, soon get too a] ttul t themselves to man} shots of that km 1 tn oil cock gmng the al a m as n a> m i u h is Infritit Btitumth in i IL ins to be luc to ilth i nii tlie -pan ow is not null ikd m tl si 1 1 f the wild bnd piotoctionu T i liai s n 1 i m the im munit; provikd that m a.suie as cuun u people nho n i sitntlieact cum m nh inter j H r w 11 1 n 's UH i all 1 I n Is St i n iv m-ihc an 11 jr-te t the Iuu 1 1 at! thut mubttreul ill i t faint or fait r I UIL Viii 1 tleiLtluul isu n i ibiftd I si ill i t fill ib I i la> H t 111 It vt. i 1 I ur hearts uu 1 lips Uf, 1 s i in (_Ui than in jj> I i t ml ui me in i t tut s in ttl s An 1 Mi dee in AiLLj. 1 an i t r krt l y J in lie Us glad U s ir tniduitiue t uU 1 ksiid out ruses Ii 1 1 1 si uur rue All I be Round Billings I'hiloiwpliy Fuat luiprtsbuns aie bo lasting mi} nia.u vAhu been btung bi u bor j t unet will swear U this HIL, most folks to do-JZ-totlo tht, rest do 1 hale am t but kan navigate without a keiupasa Awuetnan iz kunfc untied biwhaV he il n t understand but a fool gtneialh iz une man, don't grin 1 uur se} tbe all on i ne Mde I d >n L know ova more lamentable, thmrmr-pld Evenrepentaneelool ibke wt.al in him 1 1 iz often wasted, but it iz a texxl and eluap mistake tew make Our best tlioughta often cum tew us fauddtn but sel du-Hi perfekt Thftj rwjuiio ttiam up tu 111 them kompleto Ihai seems tew be a ov excentneity atteudmg all ov us, and that while the exceutrKitvb ov a clown are qutto often plwisant the- tseenti icujs uv a man are mobt disagreeable m this w ild wants watching I ut none more than ourstlvet, unmng 12 very apt outwit itself The m in w ho tuined the boat over and got under it tew keep out ov the rain waz one ov this Imd weak constitushun kan be strength ened but a weak set ov kau't amtj iz a strange pashnn Rathei ttian be out a job it w ill bi ag ov its ices phools arepoor listentis Vbout all it tew make a man iz teu giv other peojile s opmyuns az muttb weight az we do oui own Flattery tz like let kream to relish it good we want it a little at a time and often The moi e yu praze ft man w ho don t desei ve it the moi e you abuze him You kan't flattei a tiuh wizeman lie just how mutch praze iz due him th it he and charges all the balanee tew the ptofit and loss ackount Once in a grate w bile foi tune will acktually hunt foi a man, but geneially those who are fav 01 ed w ith her smiles bav tew woo them Yoik Laugh .iiul Grow lat. Fat people get pit ntv of suggestions ftb t Jaiut3 liirchurd, 1) iiitn Luiiu St 11 il irs on a passage home f i (in (.alit i in i ittr I contracted Be u u Id that for some I conlintit to statt loom and a jlnsi iin en 1 ir i (tnmdtred life in d i Unpinning to o a bottle (f JWtcral, I used it fn i iu> liiiifH restored i a litaltliv umlitun Since then, 1 1 un in rt t oimnended this prep- aiatiou J B Chandler, Juuctiun, Va, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, PHI'PiJUED BT Dr J. C Ayer Co., Lowell, Mail. Bold by Dn BBHU J" place According t itteeileiitauthority Ihej must sleep ill the} ian keep eail> bouis foi letiimg lie down m uio middle of the- da} bmk a jgitaL dej.1 ol iter, eat ETaHiiv especially of mac us f j d, take pleutv cth p; i d hkt a medicine 1 ut i lioken spirit dmtL the oil U0 1 an 1 AYLOR OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY George Thatcher's Minstrels. l nder the management of Rich 4 Harris A few of he artists Oeorge Thatcher John Wild Wood i Thos LeMack, Jay Qulgley KoderigoRapoli, Frank I aMondue. lohn A Coleman and Mi zuz 4 Abacco's Quintet of Arabian Acrabats Grand street parade at 12 M. Prices 26, 60 and Too riiAYLOB OPERA HOUSE SATURDAY, AUGUST 80 AHD (1TfIT MATlHfiE-AT S'SOi The Favorite German Dialect Comedian, MR. GEORGE C STALKY, The World's Greatest lullaby Singer and "iodler, In his successful comedy, Evening prices, 75, 50 and 26c Matinee, 15 25 35 and 50c Sale of seats commences Thursday at Donrellj'B I AYLOR OPERA HOUSE. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 America's Oieat Novell} M B LEAVIll'S Magnificent Spectacular Panto mlmique Burlesque SrtHKK ANiJ FT.Y. Illustrated by a Grand Company of Fifty Artists PrluM-75, 7S) and commences Friday. cents? Sale of seats t, broker, corner of Sttte mil Qreeue itreeU, Tien ion N J, Bmh. Low 3P.M. an a nvt Oil Ohio Trnst Ohio. 4 Northwest Ohio, Bur 4 Qolnoy W! C hie kock Otnadft Del, l West. Erie Lake Shore 107; 4 NruhTlile. 89! Missouri Paciac York New Knglsafl Pacific pM M% New Jriraey Ceatril W 4 ?ork Central 1 Sat Trust 2 Jt PhTlada 4 Eig- PlClflc Mail 15 Petroleum OUs. aichmond Per 1 lit "J Ucgar Kefln Ctls 73 4 Texas Pacific Onion 1 ocifiu Pnioi. 8iX Wabash pfd 254 Wheeling 4 lAke Krle n% 51 109 84 yt 26 Vt 107 8854 81 12 1064 K8i 89 7W 48 106 4 21 72- 79 t p nduced gar UWIOAQO Sept Ort Dec Wleat Ang_ Sept- Ot Deo 75 1070 1050 1050 fnri 1070 lOfO 106) 6 2 637 A Bafe Investment It one which is guaranteed to bring you satis factory results, or in case of failure a return of purchase price On this HAft ulan you can buy fruw Our aavertlRtd JrutjKiKt ft bottle of Dr. King s New Discovery fur t 01 sumption H Is teed to bring relief in every case when used for any affection of throat IUIIRH or chest such as consumption Ii fiammftliou of lungs bronchitis, Mthmaj wtiooplUR tonijb croup etc etc Ills pleasant and agreeable U) Uutlo perfectly sate and can always be depended upon Trial bottles free Drug Store, 12 North Warren at Frank H. itreet. Merit We doslre to say to our cititens that for years we have been selling Dr King s New Discovery for Consumption, Dr Kings New Life Pills Bucklen s Arnica Salve and Klectric Bitters, and have never handled rum diefl that sell as well, or that have given fiuch unlVfrsal satisfaction We do not hesiuue to puftrnnlee them every time, and wt Bland ready to refund the price if natldfactory reMilta do not follow their use Those remedies tmve won their nieat popularity purely on their merits Frank U Lalor, Druggist, 12 North W arren Btrwl linofttcu Aruictb Theboct salve In the world for oati, nloers, "It rheum, fevyr hands, toms and all skin uiuptlong. and poRltivelr piles or no pay tilt1 Ksu tho mu ii ti t ]i ttLt tl LII nun littl' mill ti iftt I ol liuilll It ts men rta U f i tht fun of tlis tbiiv tu shoot thtni foi tli finiKi Btsule inn-fi in wa-, the ordman rural of Then again, facilities fi i their bret dlnj, aretnlai gM by the giadual lutiou of tilt iLiiute districts It is not in the fuils al my Hifl L] n u( 11 1 Tia Plin gni lunar has en m u i ea.sun th in tho fai mer to de- bire if in t then exunnmatiou at all events a dlinimiti n (f thtll liuiubel ing early spi nig sceui to e a liking for the tuiikr >oung aud pull them up immiAhatdj tbev thrust their first shooU thruujh tho lottuees cabbage plants ami bcits being They also plaj with tlio fi uittiees and dthuht to nip th I udb >f isibci i bushes, path and pear ti Indeed au natu rulh so listless th it if tht> haM, in thine else and arc i t a findi will de stro) fruit or apparentH f i mere amusement In Lahfuiuia they aro charged with an offense moi e diu lluj d; so much hairn to the ines in tbe kiipe trictb that we are told untissbt nsaictakeu to out the pest at the t possible moment the lesult piobablj will entail a loss 11 the stutfof tu usau K if n t millions Jiur an it bo snlilthnt the agiiinst the. spanuw lestson in lehmtti t HOI nie- kss boine tune uy liotcssur iiimmi.il tln'ii i f I n la -cut to tho in lii] iitmnit of uuliuie, un 1 (is u coiis jn in 1 und n tl i 10 u hat eiu t sn} 101 then III i nl> Mil did hfl fit il noxious lilsti. tv UNtful msu Is f un 1 In "0 i i 1 bin mltss 11 in (1 but bud li-cn dining ats 71 i IMIHIM un flint and had tlinl'ti i imiu 1 tjlI'Miiattci in tl i 1 in i hs i i that all the tiitnnuili n tc 1114 on Vilitri i was lion a if nil T t c ts n ne of w huh did 1 f n to )i n f nitt i fere ilin I- I l n I in n i h inolli h d t ii 1 nit f tlu n f 1 liu1 last at, unst i wtiins l( 10 I 1. Until txa-'-i'. Washington Marknt llnlldlng. PHONK SSI Affords the very best facilities for acquiring thorough, practical instruction. The English branches, Book- keeping, Banking, Mathematics, Penmanship, Stenog- raph) and Typewriting are taught ifl a most superior and satisfactory manner. The teachers are capable, enthusiastic, energetic workers, and are in full sympathy with the principal in his determination to have the Stewart Hammond_ stand first among the foremost schools of its kind in the country. Progressive methods, successful teaching, superior appointments, these are a few of guishing characteristics of this school, and the remark- able yearly enrollment of 450 students argues conclu- sively that the pretensions of the institution are not ill-founded. Our success is our best argument, our work our best recommendation, and by the work do, and by it alone do we wish to be adjudged worthy of patronage. Term begins Monday, September Enroll at once. For catalogue, Ac., address TWOS. J. STEWART, Box 527, Trenton, N. J. College Koonts, io and 12 S. Kroad Street. TRIMMINGS ANn NOTIONS. BEAD THE TBENTON Grandeot of Trimmings No- tloni. Goods, Hosiery. Qlovei and Under ever before inowu In 'HI' oily, ooiKfollng of ulinotl cyorj- thing that goal nip rtore, noh aa Zephyrs, Wool. Saiony, Shetland Floss, Rlbkoni, Jewelrj, Chenille Fanuy Fringe, Fancy Tidies, Buttons, GlmjH, Oollan, RmbroldeiiM, FelU, Faoe Powders, Perfumr-, Oouibi, R.uihw, Nail Tooth Biuihd. I I All the loading makee of Comet including the celebrated 0. P. Cornet for Miami AH the motl dutiable of for Gkmta snd Chlld.en Omell' Hulr, Medicated Nttnnl Wool Merino Goods full and at priooa will be Mtiifiotorj to all. t 0. G. i -oo, 123 mid "N- uroad Ot. ;

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Publication: Trenton Times

Location: Trenton, New Jersey

Issue Date: August 28, 1890

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