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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               YOU VITT. NO. IKKNTON, MONDAY AKTKKNOON, 8KprEMJ3KK 1, 1890. TWO CKNT8 BETRAYED BY A WOMAN, Fmbezzler Kimball 1 angled in the Toils. HIS F V1H FKItM) WAS bHADOWED, And Inspector Hymen Detectives I pou Him lie Stepped from a 1 ranch Hteumer at New York (.tillty I'uir Ketum to Worcester bent 1 Kimbftll, tbt defaulting pajinw teller of the People's Savings T5auk of WorceHTer Mass who went to Paris April   Wilkes was sent to beat his record of 2 09, and broke another world's record, making the mile in Fractional quarter, half, three-quarters, 1 33, mile, 2 08f 'Ihls lowerTMautl b s record of the w orld's trotting one-half of a second His Tongue Neatly Torn Out ALTOONA Pa, Sept 1 our money or your life1" was the demand which met Samuel Francis while he was walking in the eastern "portion of this' city ar all enrly hour Sunday morning It came from foot- pads, and w hen Francis made n desperate resistance he was brutally assaulted and left to die His tongue was nearly wrenched out in the attempt to keep him quiet, and his condition when he crawled to a neighboring house was pitiable He may recover A laige oum of money was taken from him. PUWDLH Absolutely1 fure. A of brtlng powder. of all In rtrthgtH- U. B. High A GIGANTIC CRANE It Balling! to t nele Sum anil C 110 Ions a Here 1uv WAfclllSjius hept 1 Ihe lugsttrav :lli g erat e in the world a i jrps uf uaehinisU and nieehaaieal h ive nee n fur h veral weeks belting up lu the i whop at the navy jard hue is now in ;iraetnal i peration ililUiniL, 11 many matt rial points liuin sniilki Irnvil interims which have bi i n in iihe in the ordnance sh p it 13 lun-tru ted on the nine gcueril principle Itliis a lifting capacitj of 110 tons anil t sit nm li a few In the presence if He se-i let irlca war and nav j wan verv sitlsfait i> tur tin purpose of tenting tho p nidi ruu-, ma chine to the full capiu It) agree 1 upon in the contract for llU-toimuf pig iron were lied up on a plttfnm of 'og-i or beaniB, seciireh fastened tdgettur with the liirmst chains in use at the ordnance shops lo form this enurin jiih vvi it rcq nred solid iniibs uf pig irun curded up about ten feet arid nearly ti n feet sij i ire at the base Ihls ti inenl us was piclted Mp and carriejab jut fhZ sli )p in all directions as though it were a to) being raised or lowered or the direction changed by a simple system of levern requiring but mile EKtll in their manipulation Ibe crane designed to cany the 110-ton fltefl guiia bdirt navy yard and there IB no doubt that It will do the work Ihe glrderb which span the shop are aixtv two feet In length and high eottugb. from the floor to give a forty foot hoist Bj the system of lev ers referred to tbe speed of the hoisting machine can be adjusted to suit the load w hlch is tcj be carried It will lift its greatest weight, 110 tons gross one foot per minute The whole machine rolls along from one end of the building to the other, its enormous Hue, easj action nu3 strength dwarfing all other machines about it An idea of its immense proportions may be Inferred from the fact that the main filieave or pulley Mink, or jnere bangle which hangs below it weighs five tons The total weight of tbe crane, without the framework tracks upon which it runs to the square steel shaft which propels it. is 185 tons The machine has attracted th attention of mechanical engineers from all over the country man} of w hum hav e taken long trips to s e it in operation ith the iron frame work on which it is supported the machine has cost the gov eminent 000 IN THE BASEBALL WORLD The Hjraeiine Amerli in Acxociatlon Team In 810 OOO In the Mule SUiAtisF Y Sept K Frazer, owner and manager of the S) ra cuse American Association Baseball club in a lei'-r appeals ta tho liujlnll going public to give him better support lu the matter of attendance at the games in this rity He says that he is behind so far this season, and intimates that he will not cany thfrcluh thrr ngl Hip spasm) mi less he has better support The attendance lu thin cit> fallen to 500 or COO during the last ten or twelve games on account of the poor plaj mg of the team McCullough the ex Brooklyn pitcher and Catcher Buike noic uluuiJ tu iclUeo CAJJCU-03 American Association At Philadelphia- Athletic SU Louis 04010007 Base hits Athletic 4 SI Louis II Lrrors Athleth P 8t LouiR, 2 Batteries Greeu and Baldwin Stlvetts Trjst and Munyon Standing of the Clubs Pi.Av.ia.s LhAulE TV L. P U W L. P Cl Bos' n 65 41 613 Chicago 58 62" I ro klvu GO 59o I lUsburg 41 5" 43fl 1 jrk 61 43 if I I vi-U J 4' W 48 I hi ad a 59 53 Ml Buffalj a 284 W L P U W L. F U "I JO 8tH Chiraijo b 45 Ml I! SI D 69 4) 6i N-vv 1 irk 43 60 450 C nc u all 61 -11 Gicevelad ui I inlad a K> 42 6T I it-ilni g 19 S9 1'b AMilUCAN AISOUATIUS W L. P U tt L, P Ct Lmmvile 64 11 Of'Roilestr SI 4' St Loins 00 42 51 50 Coll ibs M 48 5 rneuse 4) 58 4iis Toledo 51 4C jillKalui e JB N JTi ATL.V.'STK US f IATI01- W L P ttt TV L. P Cl V Hiven J6 7! 41 44 0> Newark 63 45 41 61 4i round Dead in Bed. PlTTfeBunCt Sept .1 Brlttam of Butler Pa 40 years of age, single, and general manager of the Butler Salt Manu facturing Company and Chemli-al works was found dead in bed at the Hotel Boyer, this city at 8 o'clock Sunday morning, Irom an overdose ol morphine Mr Bri- tain has been suffering- from nervousness the past ten da} 8 and had been taking in irphine hether he took the overdosa with Huicidal intent or ignorance is not known Mr Brlttalu organized the com piny of vthuh he was general manager, with a capital of It is stated Mr Brittain was lu trouble icially, and had a great deal of personal Indebted ness Shooting of a Boy. rnn Ai.n.rmA Gei i l -Edward Tor rell and Hugh of Manayunk, each aged about 12 years were stealniifap from an orchard Sunday afternoon when Farrell vvas shot in the abdomen nnd fatally wounded Farrell was stand Ing In tbe road and Murphy was picking up tbe apples in the orchard, when a shol was beard and Farrell called to Murphy that he had been shot Murphy helped JTarreU hpme. nnd then neut to his ana, home where he remained bat a short time Shortly after he had disappeared a revol ver vvas found m his room with one cham ber empty Farrell will die Knights of Pythias Meet. N I, Sept 1 Ihe unifoim ed dn iirons of the frew Jersey Knights ot held their annual parade here to dav nnd a drill was given afterward on tho ball giounds on South Brond street The line formed on Front street ami marched through tho principal thoioughfaros Most of the state divisions participated in the drill, and cash pri7CB will be awarded those show mg the greatest proficiency This evening a grand ball will be held in Con cert hall Ptifitmir'H Theoij n Siit-roaR NEW TioitK Sept 1 Gibur thphead of the lociil Pasteur institute arrived from Berlin Sunday by the steamer La Bretagne He bud attended the conference of nudlcal men at Berlin, which, he sajs adopted the opinion that Pasteur B theory w its a success Orpnt Flood! In Switzerland CrFXfVA, Sept I excessive rains, resulting In serious floods, huve converted the Austro Swiss frontier into a series of lakes of houses are desolated and immense damage has been done to crops and property of vurluus kinds Illown to Dl Cal Sept 1 a premature explosion in tho Lexington tunnel two worXimn I' Dtiinctt aud David Will lams vviin blown to atoms Few children can be induced to take physio without a struggle, and no drugs ft re extremely nauseating Ayer B Pills, on the oontrery, being sngar coated, are nmlnre, 7'H" on tne contrary. Doing sugar ro i GOT- eagerly swallowed by 1 he little onei hwdfore, jnedl Heine, OBSERVING LABOR DAY. About Men in Line at New York. RIVAL OKGYMZillONS PARADE. Iho Pullns Suie That the Marching IloiU uf thu Loiitrul Labor 1 ,-duration and the Central I iibor Uulou Did Not Come En Koute AtvA iult Sept 1 live thousand men in line ctlubiatrd I abor day In two uiuuster parades thisaftei noon ona Tinder the ausj lees of the Central Ijabor federa tlon and the other under the banner of the Ceutial I abor uuion Ihe parade was the moat f ji midable army of organized labor which has ever turned out in Ihe business of many employes Is such t i at they cann jt leave their work to take part in such demonstrations b it despite that fact the parade was of immense pro- portions A Division of Labor I nst year there was only one parade, but to ce_rLajjiJfactlonal feelings thert has been a div IHIOU this year the Central Labor federation forming an offshoot of the Central Labor union There haa been a good deal of good natured rivalry be- tween them and each has done Its utmost to excel in point of numberi Ihe Central Labor union, in. order to insure a good representation from each or- ganization decided to impose fines ranging from to tS on members who failed to par tlc-ipate Tjpographical Union No -6 headed the procession with over t 000 men Building Constructors' District Assembly No 258 was represented by every one of its organizations in full force The Federation Parad  meeting of the On- tral T abor union of Newark, N J held at its headquarters jesterdav One of Its iiifcuibeib had mvlted the SoclitllijUn f Hbo party to join in today's parade of the Cen tral I sbor -and tee marshal T J McManus had decided against allowing them to participate if they insisted on carrying the red fl tg The matter was warmly discussed It was at length decided that no union nho be allowed in the parade except it carried the American flag Unions would be per milled to curj their flags in addition to this but the presence of the red emblem of. socialism, was forbidden Red flags, however, were permitted in the parade of the Central Labor federation A Woman's Fiendish Act. NHWARK N J feept 1 number ol workmen svv ung a scaffold from tha rool of the house of Mrs Josephine Rogers on Saturday in order to reach the upper por tion of a house adjoining in course of con Jlrsi Rogerj the fold down, but the command was not obeyed with sufficient alacrity to her She darted into the house and soon emerged with a knife, with which she cut the rope holding one end of the scaffold, precipitat- ing William McMahon, a painter, a dis tanceof thirty feet to the payment Mc- Mahon's breast bone was broken and In ternal injuries inflicted from which he will probably die Mrs Rogers was ar- Jested and held for the grand jury FRV.CISOO Sept 1 steamer Alaminla brings advices from Apia, Sa moa, undei Jato of Aug 13, aB follows Action has been taken here recently by the consular representatives of America, Great Britain and Germany to quell the disquietude growing out of the appar ent efforts of the former king, Mutaafa, to regain his lost power The consuls issued a proclamation warning the natives against forming any intrigues to place Ma'aafa In power, and declaring that MaleUm had boon recognized as king of Samoa the three powers, and that any Sam nn villages that should rebel against h m would be severely punished Fatal Accident at a Rope Walk. PHILADI LPHIA, Sept 1 Chambers burg on faaturday night a traveling acrobat named Bond attempted to give a tight ropi performance One end of tho rope was fastened to a tree and the other to a pole placed in the ground Bond was so drunk that he could scarcely go through hie per formauee, and as he was aTjout concluding it the polo fell and struck a little girl in the crowd named Nannie Eyerson crush ing her skull and breaking both her legs, from which injuries she died Bond win arrested and a coroner s jury Is investigat- ing the ease The victim was 11 }ears ol age Three Men Instantly Killed CLFVH AM> Sopt 1 Rmehart Schneld er Patrick Dnoley and Michael Daley, the first two imployes of a brewery and the last d fonmian of the National Car bon vvoiks vvpro instantly killed by a Lake Shore express The three men were crossing tin trark on a beer wagon A Toll Hooper lloatfttT lo TToftth WII MINI TON Del Sept 1 Genn aged 70 }eais a toll keeps- on the Wil mlngton and Philadelphia turnpike, vvai beaten ta death last night by three met from whom he attempted to collect toll The men maili tlidr The gormandizer likes It because It In fine The workman likes It because It quenches bin thirst, enriches blood and strengthens his muscle It Is cheap The mother likes It. It keeps her boys at home. Hires' Boot Boor, IN LABOR S WOvLD Lnother OrtHt Snilti lui CHIcA-ii 1 lue-, jinlliB between 7 IMJoOuuli ituke luinf i e. tiieirdem u i rihiiv Hid one halt i 11 ho i will lave the n i il u 1 fin mi 111 if iver} union in t) e in 1 i i jullden nu Ut i mine 1 in t t i l 1 n a i 1 --n I k 1 Jol 11 I Ills -i t he n 1 e Juliet M vi vv I s lu ut on H f r the sail e i u in 1 i tl it M v i ti r cent li I in pi i i ee I i I h vi iks h lii Y-tlU --.4 pi I -VI d I 1 a lll_ Neu ilk a I Li l lv mil m II n in anln i il i 700 nuinbci-. si nlii ut n lue'. lav I hi in vi nu nl I i Teas f vv fi I which t I 1 -i-, been refuse 1 I i M) s V] t 1 I he MOI i i tl rulw ivs hive been 1 il cuncessl us (li n in led b} I 1 ll e threatemil i il stnke KC the demands id avt rti 1 JUBOU NI- i-P over i f htan en i other wurkingmen is inerei fcituatioli 1s grmUug muie' sir r entire pulice foite and 1 Ot s stabhs were on dutj in tbi iv i 1 LV lut the laiur denioiiitniti n d if quietly were 40000 men it i' pr i cebfelun rtj usent all the u the meeting which followed i i l u n was adoptid th inking the FnU u is for their In and il s if port (I _ tie labur troublt the is eum[ t r in able to furnish a full suppl} is an 1 the streets in pirtlailv llgl t( 1 tl e trlcitv Ihe Sj Inev- governmi1 is le cldel to birncule a portion i f l ular quay In ori'er to ilford se u t the blackltes against attack fie i c unlun strikers, FIRE BUGS- IN BROOKLYN Sli UlfTcienl in One ML! t-Many J ersons Severely Jijirt 1 NEW IK '-cpt f it were plainlj of inei n 1 irj ong n st i 1 m different 1 i il t i In I louK' l n U} night and t irlv 1} nun u d re suited in the injii-v if f- veril i- n 1 thearnst f t w i nun on s isp 1 the ineenilnries I vo (f th vv i start! 1 in 11 c llari 1 i Hit houses an 1 11 the oni li i cuired tr 1 i m three uf tin- ills were veiilv binned in nuik ll ir escape lh ir i i n' s lie Nit n aged U vi u I h Hlitm 1 J mon I ail i i l) i_ vis were r i l v t xt i i shed The on i nt- f I1 tc mi in m jbt i u v i 1 1 were in i'le till 1 v f forts t i i i 1 in i I l n selves vei tie n m -trilling- i-- escape- v re ihev bun-, un 1 i i v the II e n In i 1 1 u n t I hi injured i i i e-months (Id lib of Ann l) i r cn U i Hi t 111 p 1 il 11 U in Severil f tli U in s vv ho vv i 1 from the i b 1- 1 i i J ir n b d and err ped tl u vv tin mpi i i kp tilled c n l 1 r- fr i w ne v vv n taken out lv hi re> ueis t lleinin was overcome I v -i i e id r n ovud to a hospital THE NEV.3 IN Condensed Teli (jr i n-. rlnin I'l i John S flarl -ua, master genual li 11 t urday and has rctned t August Be 1m int i Futuritv fctakea at x i- day His, horse M i The stakes vv ere vv Mlssrmilv Vsht i of Nethtrvvoo 1 In 1 t er's colore I coacl i in Burglars havt 1 raids at Long Bi u 1 N J jtud in -inn ui boot} ihe police 1 raiders Lady Wilton 2 1 iv by iKon dim I n Prince Jr has bei [North Middletovv n K Brothers of ivt The popuhtii i f New Jersev un lei tl t lows Bynnnp 1- Elizabeth cit} r i rison 8 IIRII 48 obi mere ise 1 927 increase 4 i J 1 decrease 45 New Jinn crease 1 2fn I'trth crease, 4 Pla i t 1 Railway i n ton, increas France and tlu 1 i LONDOV, Sept Clisslnn in tl i T- r 7 500 various cities in H census I-, is fol iilfrtas' 9 0-J4 i- nlil Dr 1 Hers Li ._n 1 HuLtlliJH I his il r i It! nun order if the thir 1 11 iss i lh I U rs 1 he doctor was uls l i vit 1 t i the imperial palace to ree unit hia tidM-is t th" emperor bever U if the r Mil in cis also present to listen to till UCltlll itnr Stanford H Barn Burned 1 H isi i) Se] t 1 lut 9 o eh i k lust n cj t lire vvas diicevered In the largt IMIII ruiit-u UK bales of straw that i Ij i s Iht in i n st il Us on Senator Stan f i Is I'd runeh B) the light of tin. 1 urniiiL, wtraw men were seen run mtirfavviu Allots were fired at thum but th tsciijei hose was got i n it vvas finin 1 tl nt a knot had been tied n ihe ml 1 llo of It 11 render it uselefcs Ihe fin wa-si nfine 1 lo the barn the loss on vrluch w lib its conlei H T H Vlr Hlilp I tplntli 1 I.IMOUI pt LiLr of LjuJeiL. Pi kssjr len Hi k s air ship exj 1 1 d near the cit} i 1st i nlng junt as the r less jr vvas pit pan ijz tr make an asct IIHHIU r I Knapp an assis mi was ba 1U in j ired 11 P 1 ill i )n vv is t nt rtlv eons nni 1 Ihe air ship vv 03 value 1 it M 1) inieU OvHrc-iunc GlTiinif I I 1 I) 11 1 Is who was pleete 1 sp ikrr f il 1 vvtrh us Fritlav vv is i M r bv t n hi al ai 1 cltemcn anil fill n the sir tt At thii wrltint. ht is n t able tt i uij jne Both the method and result8 when iSjrup of is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the and acts promptly on Liver and Boweh, clean-es tern effectuallv, dispcla cold- head- aches and feveis and cuies habitual constipation Sjrup of Figs 13 the culy remttlT of it? kind ever pro dueecl, pleasing to the taste and ao- ceptalile to the stomach, prompt in its action and trulj heueficial in ita effects, prepared only from the most healthy anil agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and hare made it the most popuhr remedy known. fewup of Figs is for Bale in 50o aud 81 bottles bv all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. StH FRANCISCO LOUISVIIIF, KY HEW N Y. The largest varletv of MJPEKFINE CREAM C110LOLATE.-S guaranteed to be the finest made in the U 8 will be found at ANGKT.Q CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 2O5SOUJ.M S.ROAD ST.REET, TRFVTOV N J Fruits. Icecream Soda Wftter Ice Ore im Hotlai Milk Shakes lemonade etc alwajs on hand aud tbe best tbat can be had and maile These are nuts I rices conveni- Special Notice. The ladits find ,it Wallm all the latu aiiUiils in Yarns, w-e highly reeommuid tlic follow ing f.unous tcUonte bianiN Iks! Knitting Yam, all lust Spanish Yarn, in all   latist handsoini imitid niadi ol th( best niatinals nnd Mipn loi in kiiniiisliip Fall IloMt i} Kid Cm nits, fine i( All ncu Fine rnibullart, in (ndltSH Ono lot Olona Um- brellas, sell nt >0, are now silling ,it cost, 318, truly cost, tWi Call nnd he convinced i J OPPOSli'E OITlf I PURE SOLUBLE Kith II f-.lib t Sumul, CHEAP. Stimulating N juriihi ig. HdAincra [Htuliuh (klici us tlavor a food anil drink li combine, 1 at i h ill LC.IU a tup and fit for a pnn "BEST GOES FARTHEST." IN nni 11 s D palei t 1 wild la tuitdc ID Ho ai 1 ial> Mi it I j 11 apeel of the fleih tur vih lo Iho I f Iho til r i a V MK.I tried, ulivuyi u.ed win -nt d Hud untl It t a k ovr edtfHd by if d m ei t 1 t r3 1 ft l I ruiidor d uor Lartwat Balo 1 tho world Ask fur v. HoLlt> a nod tuk.e uo other Umbrel'a and Hmporlurn FALL AND WINTER I Mi! INI I IN C 30. CORRECT STYLES. IIA'l IKH, 16 Bast State Street HAD THIS MAN Bonght (f AMEKIC iN t LO1HINU AND TAILORING would cot cared 1 ow much wind wKutltd thion h 1 H ta It. tki Mw.Boji BJ-I >k th. TAimB-MAOF At cinch Ivf to-dmyirtSAMpIP OVFRCOAii r U9, wsrtb onr 8AV1PU' "d fer 99 for Ghildren'a Kan 1-11.1 tnd n U OLOTHINu M TO can tk> IxH h> u '.hi with, right t i Bio 3 TRa.it Cor rr- i 'I'ronton rrypfoiafl Tco Co. I'UKli! FROM nlSTIU.KU WATKR. D14H ICE Will be prepared on and after AUGUST ice FROM DISTIT.LKI) 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 cwt. I III I VVUGIII HUMAN I EMI. Delivered on platform at our works, corner Lamberton and Lalor streets. This ice is tree ttom all impurities of vegetable or mimal matters, as it is made onl> of condensed and distilled pure water, We also guarantee our Hygeia Ice to be 35 pci tent. better in every respect and by far the most economical lot use. Address all communications, P. O. Hox Telephone Call No.   

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