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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. VIII. KO. 2105. rKKNTON, BATUKDAY AFTWKNOON, AUGUHT HO, 1890. TWO CENTS WITH I HE MARK OF CAIN. Vengeance Swiftly Follows a Murder in Virginia. AN AMUHY IHKK StNSATION. A Prominent ttud Beautiful Society Worn an Terribly llenlen by a Well Known Ituth Her yes Were Blacked Muuleretl b> Negioes In Delaware I KXIM Mo Aug L F Parker, awuiHli} and protmuuit merchant doing buHiiirsH at Mayview a small place ten units smith of hen wati found IJIIIK dead behind IIH counter 1 riday liiad was almost from his bodj and ter riblj gashed It is believed that the mur ileier tailed earl> in the uioruiug and un dcr the preU-UHe of wautiny to buy some- thing induced 1'arker to go mtqjiisjitore While showing Home goods Parker wan UD doubtedlj attacked by the man, who dealt him a terrible blow on the head with cl< (ir -or_i.mMi ki ifi nnthn left c htek the j iw bone Itaful I In murdtrtr thui went through the I oekt ts of the dead man and emptied the nil but was evidently frightened off be- fore he could finish the job as a gold wat  have caused the assault MurdeTed By MiirOKH Del Aug most brutal murder has been committed at Carpenter a Bntlge about five miles from here Ste- phen I tnsh J a colored man aged about came here from Media Pa on a visit to his daughter, Mrs Priscilla 'iouug He went fishing at the bridge with two negroes named Fred "ioung and Jessie I'roctor They pulled a large stone from tl i m innnrj of the ibntment of the bridge and crushed in I msley s skull His pockets were turned inside out and his moiiej amounting to and his wateh gone A pair of shoes found on the river bank were identified as Fred Both men have very bad reputations He Caught an Aged Tsrlnr. PloMDFVCE Aug ilham Tucker septuigenanau who lues alone on the in North Smith field ou returning home found a well dressed stranger m his kitchen The in truder attacked Tucker with a soldering iron The old man grabbed his shotgun and the thief started to run, but lucker emp- tied the contents of the gun into him leaving a trail of blood behind, the stranger fled Later he applied to a sur geon in oonsocket to dress his wounds who mlormed the police He gave his name as Nelson Fountain of Fall River He said he w is starved and was looking for something to eat. Hliot by a Bartender NFM 'iOEK Luman, 19 was shot and mortally wounded by M illiam J Kehoe a bartender in John C tolej s saloon at t irst aienue and Seven tei nth street 1 he bullet from Kehoe'a re entered Lumau's right side, passed through the right lung and the lobe of the left lung and embedded itself in his liver human will die He quarreled with Kehoe, culled him a vlJte name, aud was running away when the bartender flred Knights to TeHtlfy Aug Knights of Labor are preparing to subposna every one of the men discharged by the New entral s officials to testify before the state board of aibitration next Tuesday, when it meets m the court house m this city 1 he knights expect to substantiate their claim that the men were discharged for no other reason than that they were members of the order Vice President Webb said he would appear before board but ho did not consider that there wits an> need for investigation, as there was nothing to investigate It was, he said nobody s business why or when or how the companj discharged its employes Cleveland to Saranac Lake N Y Aug 30 Ex President Cleieland and wife and Alls K Oliapm arrived in here "By" tKe New York "Central tram at 9 55 last night The party dined at the Di house and U ft on the Dela ware an 1 Hudson road at 11 i) for Siranac lake Ihe only ptrsoin meeting Air Cltveland here were Asst Ij tien Me liAion Eugene Chamberlain and G E Graham Mr Cleveland conversed with the part} for about ten minutes but de ulmtdro say anything uf B political na- ture He said that he intended to stay away about a month He inquired concerning Crovcinor Hill's health I ituo is gicitu) iLLarmil4.il ity of Ihe companies tu s Demer and KM M in If sufferers 1 he llii i ils it they can give ei 1 >jm in t S 000 meu on thesu new u day Ihe work is so lo N AUK 30 Dr Oliur Hulmts fcridaj celebiated tin i Uht hist birth in ad up preprint" niaiiner bj m ninny at h  with i, 11 us w ts tht rt ipei t f MI b e a u 11 1 u and (oM Ij p r e-sttfi t H w htf h pit1 iscd him excel nuh He was e n i leral 1} depressed however a.s his mind wt nt bit k to his recent bereavements and sp ik feel to your corresp Jiident of tin unhap py year whit h had not onl> take n iw his but had also tut II in their prune his esteemed friends Hi i n u 1 C ir peuter and Bojle O Heill> He s u 1 u >th mg before had ever made him feel s j did their deaths THE NEWS IN BRIEF Condeiioed Telegrams Gulltered fioin a. rioiiM Charles E Mtech major if Man 1 u D( mocratic tandidite for stale audit i in I formerh with the Meruuitilr N i n il bank of Hartford, Conn dit 1 1 homas Sheldon aped 7i wisstru k an 1 killed bj a wildcat engine nt tr 1 Aug Jy He was deaf and w LS w liking t i tht track At the Republican district convtntton ht Id at liallston N C jrnchus I- Si at f Jerjvas reuouiinattd for _ One of the rafts has at Lock Island Me and ih said to be a total loss hilt dnalemalian officers were oring to take Ii irrun li j the tioiust from an rie in steamer a h-jht during whirl deii Harrundil was shot At New York the boar I f u ilking MP raised their b fr m as-xia tion brick an action which the maim facturers considi r a sign of w. aknt ss JBJJ Cable care ran amuck iu Chit ILJ om man being killed and persons bad 1} hurt Potter Loved to a 1 lilure BOSTON Aug are man} re ports regarding the Potter Co fulure Ihe firm from tht nitiyt omr UM> The Bessie wont nshoro and the struck a reef and All m board the Wave including a joung lady passenger named Smith wtre. dnrwmd The bodies of tht captain, out) and the girl wore found on the bench Three others are missing Absolutely Pure. A cream of baking High Mt of all in IT. 0. OOT- 17 Carious I 1 inn tu Grind Out the llefoit uud Pass Both the larltt in 1 Opinions of Settiral Senutora U j Aug JO th-ti senate Mr 1 Iniun Is a resolution which i tor congress to recess frexur 1 t t N 10 Ihe tariff bill was .ukca up an I the to o accept tlio nuance committeeymend ient t the salt paragraph to stuke out the prtn is a draw back on salt used n txpoiterl mt it Ihe duties oil brandy, liquors biyrum ale, porter beer, .heTr> JniTe and and tht dull s on ginger ale, soda water, etc rtdntt 1 Ihe wool schedule was dis- cussed at some length but not Menu ing of the Keaolutlon The ns lutun introduced by Mr, Fd muncls u is b> the recent dis cussioti of tl [oss bilitj of the political sit) t f hoi a specidl session of t K t the work of the senate un- der w s j th it the federal elections bill ma> be passe 1 before March 4 It was In- troduced without consultation. th the barftrs of the Republican- party, arid it is in n seiist the result of party ac tiou or nt borne Republican sen tors saj that the resolution will never come to a ote itit Senators Displeased Democratic senators saj that the propo- sition is a lolatioii of the agreement under which the t infi: bill is being hurried through tl t senate which was that the federal Utt ti M s bill should not be con faidered at this st ssioii of congress If cou gress srjould t ike a recess until Nov 10 the time between N 10 aud the first Monday m Dt ct ml t r w ul 1 be included m the first stssiuu ot the lift) firht congress and any attempt tj I the elections bill up at that time or t bung about a change m the rules under which the elections bill could be d sp 1 of w uld be regarded by some of the Dun cratic benators as a violation of the recently made Senator Ho ir w ho is 111 charge of the elections bill, a spe ml sibsion of congress on Nov 10 for the trans iction of public business itor Jbdmundrt Views Senator I hnunds sajs he will not call up_ijiw rtjiii-iii U ii--fur faU-t.nil depending up jn the made with the tantr debit senator Edmunds said th it he jtlercd the resolution on his own It seemed to mm due to the public interest aud m order that the larfct d tket of impjrtant measures re- ported fi jm tminnttees pending before the senate thu all time between now Hnl MIT I nhould utilized in discus ai i disposing of them lie cli-l n t ippruve of the that tlie should call au extra ocssi jii ot It would imply a cen sure or icpr iich upon congress for failure to trail-ut the business before it Con- s i is Un power to take such a recess iu 1 pr K t 1 with ltd business vs ithout the iittnetiti jn of the extentne The I rfsidtiit s Alleged Attitude Stmtor Pierct said thatiie .h it tht i TIM lent would not call an extra on   hition to death to prevent action on the 1 ill How It Must Be Done Another well known western senator id Iherer is no reason for congress to meet before Dicember If the senate is to pass tht electuu-s bill the rules must be channel If the inles me Lo be changed t must be i resolutionuj process by the pu-siding officer refusing to recognize Democi me SLiiat rs and putting the ques- tion to a "NV e can do this as well in a week as in a mouth A Dutj ou Scilt. hen the tiriff bill was taken up m the senate the attempt to put salt on the free list wis defeatetl bj a party The committee s amendment to strike out the proviso allowing drawbacks on salt m ex ported meats was also defeated The Re- publican senators the com tmttee were Allison, Cullom Edmunds, Hawlty Ingalls Jones Mitchell, Platt Plumb Sherman, Teller, Washburu and ilson (la A Wool Ml the paragraphs from No 357 to 369 (relating to raw wool) been read, Mr Cailisle move 1 to have them all struck out KO is to h e w ool put on the free list He did n it ct his motion to be adopt- ed but tit cousi tercel it hia eluty to otter it lit utge 1 ih it the saint reason which was used tn justify putting on the free list applied eqn Ul> to putting wool ou the free that under all the stimulus of tariff duties its production had not kt pt pace with the home demand for w and that foreign wool waa'neces Bar> to supply (he demand Mr AUhich pointed to the faict that Willie tht h nit1 mvHltrct of suznrlmd uuty K slight mrreaae in ft Seripff oi >eais thB home pr duct of wool haw increased ennr Mi dibson characterised Mr Aldrich s stiUmtnt as unfair, inasmuch as it took no u count of the destruction of the sugar industry during the war Mr__bhertnan that bill practicall} re enacted the proMsionsof the law of IK( 7 winch had operated so well fiie dutes proposed In it were a little less than those imposed in the act of 1807 and wore an advance of about a cent a pound on the duties under existing law Ihe discussion soon extended to the gen pral doctiiiiGd of protection and free trade It was carried on by Messrs Callisle, Mt Phetson draj Reagan Sherman Aldrich, Stewart and Dawts Mr Carlisle s con tuition was that the admission of free for wool would so assist woolen manu Fatture as to si miniate and largely increase bin wlh >f sothatevont- uall) tht t unit) would become indopend put of ft n Mown wool i] li UH of the house bill (relating to m i nt nil wati rs and thoii imitations) was Htrutk out i tin recommtudation of the Induct t f mn nti Ciucvc, A ut touslutoex Pusi lout C lev 1 iu charge 1 the sherilT of I) on a reiuusU in issued 1 crnor H ij w h is acting u abseucu F.f nerved uf m Mr ItvoU i 1 ceedings e uld i tie, is ferred to face his ticc ihers i accompauml tlio iha itf Mr CloplindforirerUi in Kansas "Mtinu the o top ftultitH he rttUim and is n nif, w th hi N irt, nue Mi estimable woman anxiuu opments Mr Cleveland by ntwsp iper h l vmblo reputation nt -his f in Kansas and has bccu i enterprise which his tow nsl Ihe whole business sm i persecution and Lieut aulioii ITT papers which prefer no citizen of the c )iiim m thlug that he him 1 11 tl i i k u 1 Km i t d i in tic m t il i is pot il 1} PEACE ONCE 3 E A perfect complexion, free from pimple or blemlsb, IR very rarely ioen becAURo few people have perfectly pnre blood And yet all alflflgnrlng eruritlonnare easily removed Tlie house passed war claims bill, Lncle Sam SatNfartoriU S III ti.M Iletuieii SuUudor u, I WVWIV TON 0 barton h is ret et u d n Minister Mizner at dti it Mlnistt r Kjan at i 38th lust fill ms I went aL, un to Acajnlt i Mouda> with three of the U met the isional pre eral hundred leading men Ihe bisis uf pe ice was modified accepted and s Ezeta I returned hei afternoon w I also accepted and bigntd bten notified to retiit l fortj eit-ht hours and to rt 1 peace footing in eight el hshes peace in t eniral Vti Acting Seerttary garded this as a sitisf.ict the trouble Gladstone on Two LONDON -Vug diual Newman and Dr D edm Mr dl i 1 these as the tw in >st H m the contemi or m Christ u construed n of Dr D Ihn simple tint of ir lin il N complex Ihectrdiuil w i-- asublh in 1 fai sha lilies f liii 'h ripplu, eil i s a J It e n the J issued wlun tl t atitt was r in (ji_i m evldeutl) f r tlie p n Germans imt 1 f il Dollinger knew as others hie f th it iai dishonor? inpealm of Irt Und 1 hf i u 1 were mon un nts ol p i i b ill Imx, Kq i tl 1 brauce i 1 r r n 1 t den lumalaj i iteinala patties umies m u IT to a 1 M 1 he re I m nt of MlDUI I- Heur> Buttget i n i lug a d se f i motliei m 1 iw t! it and w is t kiss him goo I father in law a si i also Soon aftt i 1 and died at 4 o tl 1 I living in Bi i gusta Ga He w i-> i low Itarou Ligcift I II h w t le h n nn n I -r has u M-it r i br the r i i llllllLllt Od 1 1 el Baron Lagerfe-1 k i The sheriff 1 i-. at 11 goods of the bar n i his interest in i IIP terest in the linn, f M The writ of att uh n in 1 n The mi I 1 STellou -.ons Shamberg tL C in 1 His genuine sto k works has been alt i I s Dovvnnil 1 he oper iti us of i to be disc iss d i-l the house 1 11 t m the e ist ei 1 si latt and his in Mi imberg Co been serve 1 ol e n I ii 1 Mellon Co Mix e or two other he Jefferson liei Iti the H VUR SO tlie oinnil us sniitht rn which nppi i pi iiit rn on Strike Bnini ni M Pi Vug rug neimisnii] U at the Bet hit htm Merino [milt him sli IK k bf t anse of a 35 per cent "eduction Few children Cftn belnducpd to physio without a Htrusrele, and no drusra are extremely nanfleatlng on Ihe contrarj, helng Rugur coated, are Mr HI un. 1 UK Iildorseil BtjrFAUi N 'i U W At a of the Board of Irade e ailed for the pm pose of consideiini, th commprcial ieci prooity plans of s i i iy Blame res iu Uuua ncii. nJui tc 1 niliriinj; them Ihe meeting also adoi t 1 i s >lutions fav nuj, the return by the iltural departme nt to the hour of 4 o 11 ek f ir sending out the monthly crop rep rts 11 of 1 o el ck as it is fouu 1 the s nave an unset tlmg effect on pnees vv 1 e n sent out durinj exchange hours Fhllllphen M Aiu sen, who was n c i 1 the barge offiie nua the muii tl il Meyer at C jpenh and afterward si victim to this ci n tuted a civil suit against Gen O He i 11 IH Damages Mexiuder Phillip I 111 a prisoner ar n suspicion tint he i U ul Clu si i 1 ti Din last 1 the bod) of Ins 1 nn 11 Ol I r damages an 1 Suptrmttndetit "Johnny Simps n n lie barge offlce upon the ground of imprisonment fils und unwarrantable f >r Halvator 1 Ang JO Shortly I r u i t ili-n i i ink. 1 I U t II p r is tht fol i 1 i i I t u u I nu u 1 1 1 I i U 1 M it i i u t t tl m r i t u ill 11 iij p n 1 i L, d. f r tl 1 i 1 i n I! t ti n it w 11 i 1 1 f I i n w H s f I i I i L i 1 i i i v, ill ten o tt e p I il it n i 11 t Vn t nt u p_ i k un.i; 1 it- IK J dl.' I lii i i s N f P Han v Pit roe i IMI It j ill here ust r hn ft r nrlll i-i-HUT li till 1 1 (AJl-JJ'mul 41 I I I n w ith a w hi[ He 1 in nilv i 1 r 1 1 iiuself to the slur tT II i i f r s jm v reti red a t I) 1 vx is kilh J bj Pierce. Dmu't.i H Shame Canned Sulrlile 15! II Pi Vug 30 Mis J K Mt K f Uuktltnter Mclvean count} i n m ttt 1 Miu i le b) cutting her In t w !h a i ii r luiuig the parade of t hi dim 1 v of the Republic 1 ho iu u 1 I r huMmn 1 s and 1 i I t 1 1 i k n f mr {tlaees 1 he head v IH ir s v r 1 ft MI tht bod) The aiis (1 v, is tlts[ jndenc} a u 1 t ul 1 illurr of ttkf- 1 t it i >p Iu Ireland Dl i IN Viu M inning repnits on 1 1 t i t tt tt p c nt n i t be rt em i In t i 1 Kilkemn L u 1 u an 1 the sra distil tsthe croj N in lutt fill me In t h i listn ts tl t n will be i par tml t rt p t rd f it rs P st pe 1 supi h IDL, tht tr men w ith potatoes for fear jf aiising illness and I1 <1 W ltoNeu Ir f Prt sse ISM rts that the e  t iriur th in h i 1 I n p1 in 'I bylhenneof Tryltand.on the eontrarj. being sugar coateel, are inrprlM your friendi with the result eagerly swallowed by t he little and are, r "i therefore, the favorite family medicine A il luQlQ Bn UiCIl, V after noon lire d sti i 1 tin stables at th old Monmouth 1 ark luetiaek I ho ol 1 grand st ind tin 11 Inb house an I the superintendent s [ti wuc also liiiinel Twelve mules an 1 h rse vve re also lost UI A Is that impurity f tl 1 Inod j rotlures unsightly lumis  excellent qualities, commend r to all and made it the nios pupuhr remcih known of 1 is. for in 50 anil 81 bottles by all leading drug gi-K Any reliable druggist may not have it on hand uill pro- cure it promptly for any one who u ishes to try it. Do not accept anj substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAH FRAHCISCO ML KT hEn H r, Tin liirsent of mjPhUFINE CHFAW ClIOi guaranteed to be theflnest raaele In the U 8 will be found at ANGKT.O CAMH.KA'5 Fine Confectionery Store, 2CS SO VJ T TRKNTeiN N J Funrj Fruits loe ream Hoda Water Ic renm n la Mllh ?hnhrn Ixmonudc iilnHjs on hand und the I entthiitcan be hu and imule These are 1 rices conven i nt lor all Special Notice Tlie Lulus uili hud at W.illiH all the Kitt an mils in ,inm, ainonp; u hull ml 4-ellouing favniti Htst ntipdituliUiin.ui Knitting, un, all  0, aro s< llint( it COH! 3 tn, trnl cost, onl) 9S( and bo tonunud w i i i' i, OPPOSITE CHY HAM-, Hrnporlum FALL AND WINTER 3 l 111 N i Saturday, Aug. 30. CORRECT STYLES. IMHUMNS. IIATTKK, 1ft Jifcurt State THIS MAN Booght AMFRICAN CLOTrilNQ AND TAILORING woald not cared how much wind whittled thiongh bin tails. Wt on cloth injj the Boyi Cuildrta wita I BE8I (IAILOR-MADE CLOTHING At much li than pncu Oar P for worth fia, nd our SAMPLE 1UIT8, (12, {13 for for Ohildnn'i Knet Paju and SniU OrwcMti CLOTHING MAUL TO ORT1FR, ii but horm< IL .lit U d I with, right along to t, a A M u 0. 3 GOT. Warren 81 Tronton Tco Co. FROM WATKK. Will be prepared on anH after AUGUST 90, BI-T.T. FROM DISTIT.T.KD WATKR. AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES In quantities of one ton or more, 50 cents per cwt. In quantities of not less than 300 Ibs., 60 cents per WUGlll KHAIiANTEHl. Delivered on platform at our works, corner Lambuton and Lalor streets. Ihls ice Ts iree from all impurities of vegetable or animal matters, as it is made only of condensed and distilled pure water. We also guarantee our Hygeia Ice to be 25 per cent. better in every respect and by far the most economical tor use. Address all communications, O. 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