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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. VIII. NO. 2107. PKKNTON, 'lUttSDAY AUTKKNOON, 1890. HE DESIRES NO OFFICE. Ex-Senator Platt Declined the Spanish Mission fOSJKU IN Ho SIHH III annul Acitpt 1 Ullllt (Inleb of An} Name. 01 Nature The Itl arlng of His Letter tuou tilt) tjuestiuu ol benator fr vttrtft Huiiertrwr M.VI Yoiih bept i It has just come out that cvStnatui 1 PlattwaH some timi ago offered the mission to Spam wl icii he declined I lie kttei of becretary Blame the oiler and ex benator Platt b rej 1> are is foil ws Secret lilui'" Ji I N June 38 ixye) Mi Uf VH MR I'm i B} the presl _ilinLi.dlri.tiion anitJSJth treat jjcrsonal pleasure, mjhelf 1 tender to jou the mis- sion to Spam made vacant by the resigua- tuu of lion 1 Palmer ot Michigan Hoping that voiir tomenience und will to pLrsnitclr' j m to act-opt the position, I am jouts sin eeiel} J VMM Ci BHIM. Jlr Platt TiiiHK Julj 5 1890 I i lion James1 G Blame AI4- DC ui Mil 4Jl U I Iain m receipt of }oui estei im 1 r of tilt con to me tin presidents instructions ami j >ur compliments in tendering me the mission to made vacant b) the res- ignation of Governor Palmer of Michigan I il  lecliiuiti in of the position Numerous business engagements and oblig itions preclude the possibility of my ai 1 ting the responsibilities of office of an} name or nature local oi fe leral how ever honorable and alluring it in i) be I shall I c u to continue to serve, in the raiirvi asking no other reward than the pri i 1 consciousness of possessing the con ll knee and esteem of th jse true Kipilbll cans who like yourself have made the c.rtud old party immortal faith fully 1 t PLATT >othlng Further to Saj Mr Platt stated as this correspondence sunime i up the matter he had nothing fun! ei t saj with reference to it but his let! r woikl seem t> oouclukiveh prove that is not a c indiddte f >r i seat m the I nlted bt ite-senati to succeed the Hon ill am M 1- v-iru 'UNCLE SAM s PITTANCES Tlie Pulillc Debt Statement for the Month of August Sept Ihe public debt st t nient issued from the trt isun de pn inent slows a decrease in the debt d ir UK the past month amounting to ut-' Intt test b debt exclusive on bonds issm 1 tj Picidc railroads 18 fi Mi U30 jr 111 less thin a month at, i while on the ihei hind the nee cash balance r surplus in the treasury during the last month has deciedsed fr >m 8104 (J7J 4tKJ or 41 H J '-ilver treasury notes of tl e of 'jcft IHX) were issued under the new law and are now outstanding for whith the treasury holds an equivalent in >bOOUO standard dollars and 029 000 silver bullion National bank deposltar as hold 3H K of government funds cr about 8WJO 000 less than a mouth ago Government receipts during the past month bl-' 209 against %iA 4TO W5 in August ustorns receipts in were H79 against B19 JJT In August a v ear ago Internal revenue receipts were iw7 SoJ or about 000 more than in August On the other hand t htures for Vuguat past were SJ3 W 230 against 26J 249 in Aug ust i year ago Pension payments during August were 8.-SS or or about SI 500 000 less than in August The premium pud on bonds purchased last month amounted to tl 72U WO against 33 238 ''M in Aiifciist ISNP, The coinage of the mints during the past month of August of all k ids of monev agureg ited in value ?5 550 Coo Of tins amount HINDOO was in bt indard siher dollirs and 110 000 in gold pieces Pounded to Death RoniESTER N Y Sept 2 ex Alder man Daniel Sharp on his wny to his h me at 11 p m Aug 23 he mtt Stephen I McCxmnell ari3 ogt, who wire escorting two young lidies to their h >mes It IB alleged by the two men that Sharp made an insulting remark reflect- ing upon the character of the ladies They attacked Sharp and pounded him BO that his death took place yesterday He had been unconscious most of the time since the trouble and had been unable to till his story He was 53 years old and leaves a family are m custody social icIenUnis Meet S N Y sept 2 The general mtetinK of the American Sociil Science ns.snri ition hpj'an Jjcxe lust niirht and will continue until Friday Some of the most able profound atid advanced thinkers of the nation will read papers and discuss them The president of the association the Hon Andrew W lute of Ithaca N Y gave the opening address in of the twenty fifth anniversary of the association tie spoke to tlie sub ject Instruction in Social Science The Saloon In MUnlaslppi I kSON Miss Sept constitu tional convention fudge Chnsnian offered the following resclution baleons or tip piling houses or otliei plius of public re st-t where liquors are soil or kept are hei by declared pill lie mils mees and may be suppreseed or abated by prosecution in the name of the state or upon the com plaint of T e legislatute shall uiict such laws as are necessaij to enforce the provisions of this section Stilkerg Hnve Them on tlie Hip TUSCOLA, Ills bept thin 1 UlUUll I 11 UltU IK 111) IH c in i Ki 1 i tisdto wyrk u Itrss I ai 1 i r U In i i t ttd i ll u I -K u i ulsu lUL i in tl stl k tl L I 1 i In and the t MH '-I lit f r tum l tht ry Hi main be to tin. a u i. it nun 1 J Ik V u vel K l.e 111- Inn JliM-s S pt Hiilkinu uli ut iht iiid-i ol hii at i II 11 IM Din ill It Mil 1 II b tttr k v as Ik M inul mill i uf K it-, ul a Buuliulor fi.ll an 1 biuki his li-ft lUrlmry I ip  txx) Irra suit ay, lust that pap r for libel BICYCLISTS MELT of tins Iiinrortd Tui d ami S) i t Ku it Hurt Tui d ami S) i .it UR  tol low n ar t he results of tin ct mists Out Mik Vvice-C K of Hart vice- o II Ij of Broo suonl I Milkr of Bijokhn Jui 7 D Hart kljn, third e C unc ui Dm Mile N'miie Rovtr Typ h MtMlnmn of Itartfirtl first E f lei jfllirtford stcond lime im Out Mile State I t of A lieUmtn Ikst tim 4 'is H B Arnold ut Bnt Out Mile lunlcm Uptn-P B( U >ston and C h of kr-n first D C shiaaiid Hartford necon 1 lllni -in "1 Fow 1 5s ican 3in rlo of fi H Out. Mile la l >l Mtllburj Masi first J K of launton M iss- stcontl C II tl ird Ti jbtrt ner tson no t tl ird Tin i Jiu -UV Mile Lip C h M (j S Birntt of Chlca, su n I' tlirl first Absolutely Pure. A tartur baking powder. High out of all in U. 6. GOT- 17, ISfA nd tlirl li of rett Ma Inn 41s One Mile Open Rxner t J Ssinith of B ird i r R me pen xner t lirlj hrst Ssinith of Bid fi rd secind th 1 lliu 4- 4 )s One Mile Opeu Omirif; nsl ]tt f A Lumsden ofl Iflt Huh see ul FT, Authoii} third li H I I line beat ttie mile lecorl of -m Jo- making the distance in 2ni J2 I- ft at s, v lacune N Vt the fast d ly of the anntul lace mt t if the New rk st ite dniMcn I f ere in h elmen time liinlls vvt le 1 i e 1 n all tl e ri es and ill wen in i wi I n tie le juiii 1 timi Ontofthffi hilf miles ju if c ji I w is math 1 V i in i n in Hu cut. I ice from the start an 1 fim h t in lin 14 js seconds slower than tl e icn em record an 1 tin ee qiurteis f asc nd t vvt i ib in ihe i1 ie 1 won the fwo mile stftly st ite chami i iishlp Ihe 0 ji i oi Unary was won by Henry if Pi Ihe ither races ri rml'ed f One Mile Novice I- Penny f Rochester dm Is J B Paddcn of I tua 3m 2 1 is Iwt Mile Tandem btate Chimpu ship M and V> F Muruhj of New ioik n 22s G B Peun and F C of r icuse 6m 22 B 5b two Mile A un 4s-> J R of Philadelphia U H Mile Tandem State Champioushij M ind r Murpln 2m 4T i t Ii Penn and I C el I -m 4 1 w Une Mile Orlmirv U 10 lirilv of Hochcstci 3m 25s W A rl i r f R jmt -i 5s Sifttybtite S I Murpl y Cm 3T ,s f GdSskr r 4 1 Mile Safetv --tate Cl am] I Murphy Km 44s C J Ivm NEWS IN BRIEF undented itnn O itbe-ed from Varl ous Plated In tie Republic m convei tion held a: it mi N S Milki wai inn ittd i( v R bimlcr of Ocein Grove I was nominated fc r congress by tin 1 il iti mils of fie lluid li let of New lerscv 11 c executive committee of the Repubh n nuuty committee at N'ew York, havi d d tj expel Frederick S Gibbs from to recommena U A flVj fctKt tun ufltt lin I uurteeuth Biooklyn Veterans un It 1 the granite marker on Gulp s hill tvsbuig Pa Labor day Col E B ler presided and Col Louis Stegman i ncred the oration N i estrangement between Mr and Mrs i field has been caused by the Blunt- episode at N J t t is not beiiev ed Mr Daingerflel< 1 challenge Blunt I it Moncton B who was ad fn pitinj brnw ii pappr has slep ven uiiys without waking and is stl! P Arkansas went Democratic Monday I i n w is bloodshed but polTing boolc ic stolen and there many irregularities II miners were suffocated by a min in Gillicia bill appropriating tlO 000 to enable th stm is'cr general to experiment with th ii luttion of the free delivery system i Hi cs of tin; foui Hi class hiH been intrc n e 1 in the senate To for an Income Tax 11 N bept Gibson ha Iifduitd in the st n itr a bill to provid n in imt tax The III provides tha hi ie sli ill be collected for 1601 and annu. II) Ihtitiftei a tax of 2 per cent upo I i prohts and income of ev ery res: n if the I Trited Mates or tem ruih residing nuiond Ihis tax is to b il n all piopertv rents Interests premiui n u )ld and coupon gams and income o un tmploymtnt or vocation iiicludin IniV as niembBTnf cnntics-i It rs- piu ikd that military or naval pensions, an IK sum of 000 of the income of any pel -i m sh ill be exempt under certain contl loim Ihe salaries of the president of th I mtid States the judges of the Unite ttts and officers of any state nro to b mpt 1 he tax is to he assessed and co leeted by the commissioner of the Interna rtvtniie under an ekboiate system pr r Ihe of Her father HUner a MarveloUH toolueai, CiTi L vitMALV Sept daugh er of Gen Martin Barrundia who was hot to de uh in the cabin of thi. Pacing latl suanibhip Acapulco at San Jose de Guatemala last week attempted to shoot nitcd Stilus Minister Muuer Monday Ir br vvas at hia desk translating the Tiarantee giv en to htm by this hat Bairui lias life would be spared in ase he w is surrendered when the young woman camt into the office As the mm looked up from his work was landing witMn four feet of him with a evolver in her hand A She saluted him saying, Are you the Amerk in ministers Mr Muner replied I am Can I be of ny scrvi c to youP ith flashing eyes she accused him of avmg be n dlrfectly the oauiO of her ather s It at! and announced that she meant to kill him Mr Mizner took the matter coolly and tried to reason with the girl vvhj was apparently almost crazed with ex emeut and in the most tragic manner [ourel on him the bitterest In seethes tf jYluch the Spanish language la :apable She tired to Kill At last she pulled the trigger of the pis- ol Mr Mizner had taken up a law book wh ch he with appateut careless neb9 hell between hlmselt and the girl, and the lullet which was meant for his leart was caught in tho leaves of the book Cool a Cucumber The bound of the shot attracted atten tion and before a second shot could ired aaai tance arrived and the pistol was .aken from the voung woman Throughout he entue exciting interview Mr Mizner maintains 1 the utmost coolness though be only thing between him and the muz- zle of a pistol held in the hands of a worn an who ev i If ntly intended to shoot was a heavyliwh jk His coolness unquebtion ably saved his life Policemen were called n and thf young woman was arrested Barillas Offers Protection As soon is Prefei lent Barillas heard o1 xte. 1 H huiL anc offered the power of his goveinment to protect the Am rican legation Mr Miz ner however decline 1 the offer will not ite I! i- II h rtnj Insists that uO fu :her noti c shall be taken of the affnir It s generally lelieved here that Barrundia would have been in no danger of death iad he nrt resisted arrest SENATOR SHERMAN'S SCHEME lie Keeiproeltj wltlitne uoinlutou of Canada WASHINGTON Sept 3 Sherman has introduced in the senate a resolution for reciprocity with Canada I will be f ffere 1 as an amendment to thi tariff bill The resolution is as follows H shall bu certified to thi president of the Lmtcl States that the government of the dom nion of Canada shall by law or regulation admit free o duty fill its p its coal mined in th nited states he shall make proclamation of that fact an 1 thereafter while such lav or regulati ju is in force ct al mined in thi dominio i of Canada shall be admitted tre' of duU into all the ports of the Unitec States And vvhei ever it shall be duly certifiei to the presi li ut of the United States tha the L. jv ruinent of the dominion of Can ada has declared a desire to enter intc such commercial arrangements with'th L ulted States as will result in the com plctc or [artlal retnival ol-duties upon trade bet vccn Canada and the Unitei States he shall appoint three commission era to mee those who may be to represent the gov eminent of Canada tc consider the best method of extending th trade relations between Canada and th Ijnited States and to ascertain on wha terms greater freedom of mterco irse be- tween the countries can best be securec and Bftid commissioner shall report to th t-.csldeut lay the repo.J bofor congress And the necessary expenses o the commissioners appointed by the pres dent including their compensation at th rate of a day each for the time necessa rily employed in said duty, shall be pal out of the appropriation for the collsotio: and the customs revenue Investigating the Central Strike. Sept The state board o arbitration commenced the investigatio: of the Central railroad strike today in fh court of common pleas parti The wi nesses to be examined by the board wi] consist of Master orkman of Dls triot Asse-mbly N" th discharged men General Master Work man Powderly some ot the members o the general executive board and Mr Web and other officials of the company Gen Roger A Pry or appeared as counsel fo the Knights of Labor Mr Powderly doo notconsidtr that Uie poult raisesLthat th board of aibltration has no existence, nov that the time for which the members wer appointed has expired, is material, as th legality of the board has been passed o by eminent lawyers An Inrendlur} Mre at Plnlnfleld PHINFILLD N J Sept mcen diary fire occuned at 11 o clock last nigh when Ferdinand O Smith s oil arid varnls store house and H H Hoffman's barn an carriage house were burned to the ground Ihe fire was started in the Smith buildmj which was a mass of flames fifteen mil utos aftei 1 he discovery of tho Ih fare depaitment was badly crippled an could do but little The Grant Monument Controversy WASHIM TON Sept 2 1 Collins member of tlio Vvv "iork Grant mon inent committee tilcgiiphed to Hepr sentatms I lower Belden and Quin yesterday that if the Plumb resolutio looking t> the removal of the Grant re mams to was not acted upo Monday tin j lans for the monument i )ik w uld be a u pted today New llninimhlre Democrats Moot CoNdin N H Sipt 2-Tim stati Demorril tonvinll n is in sessi m her today 1 hi gtnnalftt ing is favorable t tlltnioiniii ll i n of li nils II AniHiluii f gov cm i allh C 1 I hi mas ogswe will reiiivt a hauls me complimcntar vote if 1m allows Ins name to bi used is conci h 1 that U Uaniel will b nominated fof e ingress Few children can be induced to take phys without a struggle, and no drnuBftreextremely nauseating Ayer H Pill on the contrary, being sugar coated, a eagerly swallowed by the little onra and ar ueretore, the favorite family medicine THE BASEBALL WORLD Morning Crimea. At 7 i< letio 8 racuse 9 loledo, 5 Err Ijlelo 4 Batterws keefa nd BtigsF HtiK ind At New ik Players v jik T iuffalo I! r w mn a 1 I wing 'witch 11 u 1 Ma k At Hi khn (Nam nail I i I I 10 'Ittaburg ll is and laik Hak r i i 1 ilsoii At I! si II I llMIb BjSt 1 I M an 1 H tulis Kilroy u I Kelh 3akelv an 1 Hie an B st n N il 4 Iks 11 1 Bitter LS Iiiiby and Nu_ I ols u I 0 u At Ph li lei] 1 m Natuual i ati Plliladt Ijlna 2 Bitterles- M lime aid Uk i on anel r AtPhilaklt I uul'laveir, 1 I 1 Ij I la 7 Batrenes1- II led and r jss Maul an I CJuitm At Ke btir Kjchcdter U 1 H and Gr i sirat on and Ruin At Biooklyn khn 1 hicago 16 ni Cook Cing and Be v le Afteinoun C Player I t Atjoatoli Bokton 4 1 1 1 l i n ll levelani i 0 1 d Base h U H stnn 10 Clevpla I J t rr m Boston s (1 veard b Batteries I I n d i klly Crrt 1 f r Me( ill aud Breouau At Ph lailr-l] 1 la 'lllladt.ll Ina 0000" nno-0 irg 0 i 3 1 I i J Base hits H ilale ihla 4 I itW t I rr n 'hi uieli.1 a 5 I tub irx lit LS "ian iem and Mill K u Slalej ai t Qu nu it Brook y Br oklyu 1 4 0 0 1 1 o tilcaRO 30001 6 Bait hits Br klyn 13 ChlciR 1 I r rs Hro k ill" 1 r aj T BRuerles yt-n j atid Ihsluvv Bnl l and tarrell At Nei Ik lork 6 J 0 3 l 3 1 ID Buffaln 0 0 0 3 I 7 Baso hits New rk 19 BlffUn rrori V r irl 1 B ITal Bitli-i jy aud CvMng e r i Mack N ktiondl League At B st L thicajj 1 n P 0 0 n 5 1-15 Boat n 1J0030 (I'll Base I Ita n 15 Ch Lrr re B sto 11 C Batteiieo St a d K.U ridge f t i( u u 1 H i ly At 1 I i I a Cinciun-ili B 0 0 J 0 S laic 4 l n 0 0 10-5 iw 1 K P 1 i ji 9 In i 1 Er r rr, P i. I I h i c M i la i i Ha i t i 'V 1 a cr All Hji h i e Ii t lu 1001 ]_ Br rkbn 1011 T- 3 Ba. 1 I 1 i' B kl rr I itt 1 n K t r A ,n all I n 1 v lilts i_ 11 t Br -I I t Ba I t 1 II I" P iivt ll 1 B lie null N 1 U v At Ne 1 k 'it 0 1 1 -4 Oi 11 1 00 as 1 N v K 1 l ev i r N 1 i 1 l 1 i H ti- Burk i a mer Tile auf i ll is as f) 1 ws I U N i A Ncu K u H Br "JI fe 1 Phladelih.1 4 9" Boston 11 H Totals is tin Ameik in i illnii Sjracise II 001-1 Toledo 1 1000.1 Base lilts svra i 1 1 18 L Syricus 3 T 1 d I es Cast) am Pilz i iyiie aa 1 san At PI Hi 1il] 1 m- Athktic i 00005- 8t Louis Baao hity MM tl u s r c 5 Errors Athletic 1 st I UK 3 I eneb McMation and Bald MU Hart an 1 M u At Ro I es r Rochester e. Louisville J 0 0 0 J 0- Bascblts R ebi t r 1 I svilj 8 tir rs Rocbestei 3 I u" i I tciies Barr an McOune M ikiu nt 1 H At Paltfnio e 1 st Baltimore. 0 0 0 0 (I Oolural is 1 I 0 I 0 0 x Ba.se I ts Tallin if 5 bus 11 En i- Baltlmole 1 t uellLs Qerioa and Tate Cl u be I a i iiu i Bei. od ga Baltimore 0 1 3 0 0 S 0- Ooluinbu.i 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 a- Baltlmori- 6 L ml us 11 JSricrb Baltimore S C 1 n bus 6 Bit enes 0 Rourk and T Fa ton i 10 Conn jr Called oi account of d u Atlantic elation. At Neiv Haven II ii-n 4 Newark 0 Base hits New Hnv r 4 Errors Haron 1 N vnrk Batteries Borne and Hoff rd ai 1 M rpl j At Harri-burg Ilnr g 8 Lebanon 6 Basa hits Harllsl S L t anon 18 Errors Harribburg 6 o Buteiles Baste and Sommers Bmlth n 1 K us The Orinoco s Tunlile Experience HAMILTON Bermu In s Thesteam ship Orinoco from Nt v arrive! here twenty four 1 us late and badl uhalien Up 1 tcrprl hnrnrnn Aug 31 when 100 miles northwest of thi port During the he i, t of the gale he steam I" down and th deck load of shocks w a v ashed overboard A cargo of acid was j t soned and part o the cattle tarried as fi eight was lost The sails avvnitigsan 1 fr imeswerewashei away and the sal 11 was complete! wrecked and rloodi 1 JTw Fifulsh the Baron. PITTSBUBO t lUron Lagerfel maybe luonn'ht biel ihere is a strong inclination on thr I ut f thebankfrs punish the bitrou 1 ut they were ivaiti for the Jefterson Ii company to tak Fcnili tr In o< ill in i n, proportion, and prqii itinn i 1 Tig turn off her face oh kitifch bitttrel and about her nock finder that led to the belief .hat she had bten strangled The house 111 been ransacked and thing lu c nfusion The leniils Touiiiaraeni N Sept I all the comers tennis tournament the stnil finals were ilajed jester ki app defeated Hobart md Campbell low ue 1 J ht dual m itcli in the all comers is ;jlt toda> an! on edncs iiy the championship doubles and will be at 10 W a in which will finish the ;ourname Jt Iho 1 gun er made h 1.1 It en Iniahe 1 bi the Krupps Jt w ma le c f c tit UcI weighs vl> t >ns has a caliber of Ua Caches and a birrel 40 1 ng t ich dim harge co-its and two shots onn bt Ired in a in unent the belongs Botli the method and results of Figs 13 taken; it la pleasant and to the and acts gently }et piomptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowel', cleanses the tera ettectualli, dispcfs colils head- aches and and cuies habitual con-tipation Bjrup of Figs is the remedy of its kind ever pro- duced, piecing to the taste and ac- ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared ouly from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its manv excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the moat popular remedv kmmn fejrwp of for sale in DQu and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand vill pro- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. CfiL ft JVtV K f. The largest variety of SUPERFINE CREAM CHOCOLATES guaranteed to be the finest made In the U 8 will be found at ANGKT.O CAMKKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 2CS SO w T i THFNTON N J Fancy Fruits Ice Cream Soda Water Ice Cream Mint Rhukpn lemonade Ac. always on ham! and the bent that can be had and made These are facts I rices convenl entlorall Special Notice. The ladies find ,it all the Lite .irm.ils in Wookn Yarns, arnoni? luglil) recommend the ing iamous fdvoiitc biandH Ikst impoilcd rnian Knitting Yain, in best Spanish V.irn, in 
                            

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