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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               .....A VIII. NO. 2115. UKKNTON, HATUKDAY AUTKKNOON, BEJbTKAllJKK J3, 1890. TWO CHJNT8 TO MARK GRANT'S GRAVE Description of the Recently Ac- cepted Duncan Design II MILLtOSI 01 10> But by au luiceiiious mtmt luttu J'lttii It May He Miiclo I t I k in fur 8150 III. M HIM li inn gorlbeil by Architect Jithii 11 tn Ntft Seiit the Oruiit monument mtbm ttt tl ir t( ix ecutlvi. committci of tin I inl M i imuit aBbotiiitiou will be on publu 1 tu ni fit tin. (Jityitu art galleras in 1 1th no line lot a weik, beguiling t Ihe following dttiuletl dihcrujtii n i thi iiu design was auit b> Mi J hn JI Dimcaii to the executho commit! L DeHlffiier Ouncun H Dent ri pi I M I r (mi PIVP it rhfi prubl M i in I n t an ediflce which shall lu ummst ikjiblj a monumental tomb from pmit ol VRW it may be seen wlulL us lu its aorics it KHjLU H tnrninnni hall tiud a depressed mortuirj tl imbt_r with a double sarcophagus, whepn will re- POSL the mortal remains of di a (jinntaud his btlovtd wife In struiiiK U> solve this pi determined that 1 ihere must Ijt an uniuist ikuble ex prtssion of repone and in the aroh itu lure conforming with the character aud pmpnse of the btructure J he treatment must bt tl at of a unit and not of a mass composed f p irks kept in mind and fort ert tin portlous of the main struc ury to be 1 uilt from time to time with the urnn nit it mouty in huud, and provided th it sm h paitB as are finished shall give the ij i anee of a completed structure ty 1 ir as it is possible It is essentnl in work jf this chariicu.r to avoid all rehembl4Uk ID a habitable dwelling aud thtrcfjr- I lino Use 1 the form in pref rtnee to the dome surrounding it with i up jf hUtuary afterward to be determine i i n In the treatment of the extnui I kept Uoaely to the general treatim nt nnd detail of the best dreek irclutect- ural precedent Grant and Ilia OeiiernlH The great of the memorial hall which I have designed to be b th imprci she, instructive aud useful Juts ltd int leave the the lintel construction and adopt the vault and arch form of Human work Mj mam object is to present in tl e present "inform-of mj soleunj aud therefore the eqii( si mil it ic of (jrant s generals of the f ur principal nn thp rnhirnM'i in fr rjt the fu rcluf [mm Is nn the si I's r i units of the several major generals ft in in ft him the ijroup on top as well is the other groups aud figures mduattd art simpl} showing sculpture at points where the edifice would best reeene or re- quire them Like T ui} uf plan ittdlls the tomb of Napoleon in the Hold In vnlides BO far an the open H eon cerned I have placed it m au ap--e leivmg the entire portion of the memorial hall clear for any patriotic or civ ic gathering such as the annual meeting of the Grand Army the Army of the the bocietj of the while at the end of liall 1 have d i r ja tram lor the various diiiuitmrcs from which a complete vitvv of the large me monal hall may be seen A vista of the entire length is also obtained from the en trance, terminating m the apbc aud the guardian figure over the granite tomb Dimensions of ttiu Mausoleum Ihe general dimension of mj main structure is as follows A squire base 100 b) lOUat the ground line exclusive of the steps and the projection of the portico on front and apse at reir ihe total height of the mausoleum vi mid be ibout 160 feet from the base line or neirlv M) from the water level of the Hu Ison river From the center of the memorial hall floor to dome is 100 feet Ihe outer gallery will be 130 feet above the mnd line affording a view of the sur rounding country for miles Alth 0 or 1 ouu lliiHwuuld in uo manner mttr fiii. with the completion of the lesion nutl liotipeli-ti liituircd Unit would I 1 ii and it would be a mauwliumcom leu u itself t n Ire CoHt (K50O OOO l of mv drawing ill sb jw I (1 N woull luehidi ervjt nl (lie the fiunt would be left [i n for Ihe inspection of v isitors after I1 t manritr HO common in Italian tombs lliewhih mausoleum 1 have constructed ju till bills of F'RINCE GEORGE JAILED in juuHUiu Down llu-ee Kuugtis Had A Time M us trouble 1'ne whole Htory i is b i n arefully kept from the public anj a 1 questions are met with official dc fiiuL. After the reception 11 Uii'iidslav i Prince George returnee I the b Ul enanged hlH dress suit onlv i i niiiK his white tie and black seamec did then parted out with one o] I s e iteuauts and a local nabob to see the niv v title passing the comer of St Constant ant I iganchetlerre streets the trio were ic Ooti I bj a number of ruffians who ask d fi i mone) Before they had time to ompl} with the request, as was their in n nt on the prince aud his friends were itlieked lust how it happened is not I M mn but in a moment the prince and t is friends wcic engaged in a rough and tumble with six of their assailants 1 bf Montreal uahob was soon laid low and f rafew moments things looked bad for ttiH prince and the officer "NX to two uere big odds Ihtn the prince aud the 1 cu en int fcot back to back aad handling their fists with true pugilistic science as l the roughs Itireeef fell t ff re tht scientific hitting of royalt) il JIR while the oflicer laid two low and the sixth took to flight innrterw euded eVervtld have been serene But the) did n it tor along came two of Montreal n ,st still id 1 rench bobbles who seeing ix men Ij on the sidewalk and two 'hers ben over them arrested and t ik them all to thp station in spite of the I i t sts f the punce They were all rl (ourst ronsi lerablv battered and 1 from the result of the fraj.sono r >tests or requests could obtamrelea.se in j thev 1 jckecl up the royal prisoner 1 HI ilh the serte int of police consented ti lephone f >r ol Hughes the chief of i) lice, wh) came to the station in great I Lste n e the prisoner and iminecu fir htm FtaeTi ttisrp" lot of police each expecting pr mipt dismissal and somebody would l UL tiad it n ,t boeu fdi the inquest Hn. j i luce thatrti j such hamh measuies 1 ikcll Humble apologies followed, however u lahukwah. called for the prince and Ins frie K! who accompanied b) an escort M re 1men back to the hotel Ihe affair I is been a wdl ktpt secret blue blood ill roial lists conq ercd Last evening i e nn c entertained his friends aboard 1 brush ENRAGED CENTRAL STRIKERS Ail used to Kt'Btime Work at Dl.orderly Meeting. l Ni N Sept strike on N n ork Central and Hudson Kner i t sec ns to foe over as far as Albali) t e-r ted i he elosing scene was en leti i list night at the Lark street rink tin i ti i men were iscd to get back to 1 i r 1 ices f Iward Bowan called the et m_ to idu and was tinned add r In two or three of the audience by that the strike was still on John 1 H i t wa.s called upon when the dlsordar so i p i h it subsided but his address i l f ith the wildest excitement and it i i d hat a not was imminent Mr n stil there would be money here b} and he was called a liar One in -s -iuii of occurred at 1 o clock I nday if rn on in the Wilkesbarre shaft of tha n men were in the mine at the time m 1 one of them George Ford, was killed in tin explosion Isaac Jones was badly mind Ihe fas was ignited by Ford, u lio dropped his safety lamp from the car on which he was descending The iieinciit w is intense until the rescuing P u i w Inch went down was hoisted to the P 1 hej biought with them the BIX men ishivvtie m the slope at work, including mjurc-U tort's BoUy i t i 11 been recovered Hi Tried to Assnult the Judge I) t I v. Conn feept 18 W illaii and George A Wallick, who a v wit s ago enwred Larno's jewelry I le knoi ked down and gagged the derk n 1 stole HO 000 worth of diamonds and j vvdij when arraigned for trial today lie nli d guilty and were sentenced to years'imprisonment each As sen lence was pronounced upon Wallace ho lumped from his Beat kicked over his Ii in anil made a rush at the judge He MIS oveipowered by the oftlcors and re moved 1 ilfiivetttt'H flaring Sorapo I I'd Sppt alleged fatal ease at college is not so b id as ipporled Medina, a Spaniard and ileiderof a or more sophomores who did the and who was reported to have been fatally clubbed with a base ball bit, is suffering from a cut two inches long on the forehead and a discolored eye I IIP doc teir says that his skull is not fract ured ami that he will be out m a week 1 he far ulty has begun an investigation and will make an example of the himng party lleged Violation of the Fxctarj Law Iran N Y Sept 13-Deputy State Tartor} Inspectors Franey and Hooley have procured warrants here against porgp B Uluett, J W A Cluett, Robert duett, J H Coon, D W Coon and H C comprising ihe collar firm of Cluett, Co It is charged that the firm has been violating the factory law by rr quiring employes to work more than ten lours a day I jowls A Shaver, of tho Wayside Knitting mill, been arrested on charm. (HE FINANCIAL CRISIS. Stringency in the Money Market Causes Much Alarm IHr UHON 01 IHt PRESIDENT II In Sticri tary Wliidom Of firs 1 Ic i OuUtandlni; 4 Per Cent iui 1 liitlilvuttm u luterer ou S 000 000 of U s.  uclusion for fur ther deli! trauou It is quite probable that tlit i resirli ut will decide to make recommit dati in to congress respecting the niattt i Secretary Halford has recom mended t the telegraph company tha the} arrange to tiansfer their present tele- graph oiiite vjhich is located in the ole colored h ireh t j a room in the Mountain house wh re it will be more convenien for the presi Itnt to conduct his telegraphii eonferent s win h it is thought, may be more iti t d IIIIIK next week A Unrrv in Wall Street. Nrvv 'i ik pt li Ul consideration other tlu i th in ne} imiketaud the cou ditunsal 11114 it Irjpped out of sight m 1 he flurry the pre- In t to expect a lively n aiount of the necessit; IIL, fur d- to e irrj over to Mon 1 1 these anticipations were lit was quoted for cal Nj W all st MOUS d time in ti for pr 11 da) m jn juatifle 1 rnouev in Ii 1 ml until about 11 o'clock when it v. i ju te i at per cent, an ad ei 1 li irsil s opening figure of 1 percent fi in point it rose to one- half of 1 ent commission and 6 pe: cent ku i r crabmtlby per cent pe: annum Ibis w is the highest peg of thi di} and in t! afternoon money on cal gfactUallf tteeirnerl tTSJief cent Rumors Afloat The tff ct ihf 1 i h inoney rate was naturalh re the general list, hut in aelclit n tlie ami uncement by thi li L jfheials that it had been de cided to piss tie diudend caused tha stjek to (id the wl Ic market on the down KT i le Ibe decline in the regular list durn _; the f reiioon though less pro- nomrd w i-n 'HrMl ;n account of th si ift nt, f i is 1 ut ibocil 1 o clock i fair sued nl j s t mon rumms that Secre- tan Win m would offer to re- deem abrj it OJe) OijO worth of 4 percent bon Is Ii was also repjrted that the secretarj w is m the city and had been m conferemr w th a number of prommen financiers it tht tfficcs of the First Na- tional b u K but officials of that mstitntioi -deniul ill knowledge of Mr indent whereabouts or that he bad visited th1 bank Hpnh Is Neceasary It is b that he was MMted n W ash n on Ihursdaybya de n f New bankers Every one admits that htroicaction will be neces sary to rt commi rcial disaster, and th redempti 11 of i Urge block the Va woui 1 in b opinion of many financiers injjitint ind almost immediate effect in i 1 c.iug the present stringency until the i turn flow of money from the lutenoi b in "New York. 'secret in armed in town yes- terdai ai 1 Will street He was retic it m regard to the reason for his to the m( tropolis The Cry for Money, WASEIM n Nettleton assistant secret irj of the treasury, las' night made the following statement "Thi treasure department today, in addition to 1U dlslifirsements which are un usually pud out on ao count of bond purchases and advance in- terest asfillows Interest prepaid, 063, 034 redemption of bonds, purchase t f 4 pe r cents The 4 per cents purchased yesterday were acctptt 1 at li> I his is the first oon sulewble pur hnse of 4 per cents for some time and the prkc paid is 1 percent above that her t jfoie pud under the circulai Jul) rhe has not with- drawn fro n tin mirket for 4 per cents and the tiea-s 11 is it id> to takea considerable amount of -1 s if they are to be had What tin May Do 'IheTotil LaTance of duties due on all impoittd nierch mdise in bond at the porl of Ncn ik on 1 is only 500 000 Only a m krato portion of these goods will be subject to increased duty under the schedule in the new tariff bill These facts woul 1 seem to indicate that anxiety linked orfT'rfsftf Utrcuf Iho situation had been lirgeh without foundation "Astofi tthpi meisuresof relief m so far asthcrxi stnngpiicy can reasonably be nurd la R tn opera tions of g( the treasury department will not hesitate to apply such eftectuertmedips as the law permits and the sifuation roqifires f To I'ny Intercut on the It IH sud that one of the minor measures of rchf f for tlit market that may be adopt- ed by the trtasun will be the payment in aihancc of a j( ai s interest on t'le 000 of govcriimuit bonds knowu as our rcuc) 0 s A I m mi I'( rll Pointed Oat. BOSTON s 11 1 he Boston Merchants' association lias passed this resolution I hat Inn t hhould be fixed as the date when all dep nitcd in tho United Statisbon k I N are houses at the time when the undiiiL, bill be llll nun untl TouinilL bept 13 Ihe in i h talkn of ten round bout wilt si nil between the y weights M k Hi nnan champion of Montana ami i mmu Me Carthj of Bullalo clmnipi )i l uesten New York took place list 1 it tl i Knlekerbix ker rink in a q N I is town Ititre was great intt tl n test for the reasju that Brt'm ]j ,h fortj uluc i uuds with Joe M tl ai a four round draw with Jen l il u HII tiiat Jack Utmpst) had put 1 ressi high admiration for Mctaitl 11 u strength and predicted tt nt I e H t I bui his man wittnn ten lounds M I the in height, wev li i 0 feel tall alul s ,f pounds to Brennan's 5 ft i 1 f and weight 171 pounds Bi 1 28 years old had the advaut ence been in main McCarthy is but JO years ol 1 Jack Me Xuhffe the tight t t pion was referee Mil art I 1 plmtted L u l 4 a In ers on Brennan s btomai 1 Hi n m turned for the head but u is i t tine n his aim and McCarthv i k them. In the ttlirii ronii It ;v i. i Jilell nan caught his man on tht n t il lnv first blood Iy the fourth in t I ut rt 1 JRCarth) was uore uiutK Us 1 Hr i i u landed a couple on the btuiy Ne i tit of the fifth McCarthj got in a s t n i Brennau's jaw aud turned tin aroui 1 but failed to follow up the a h int thu gained In the sixth each man land i i tii i; i i there were several clinches, in ill f wli 1 Brennan seemed to do the in rt tt ctn  face with his left In this r i 1 Mctar th) cut Bitnnaus under ill th a fill Bight bander and t lie blootl ti kl di wi ou his breast in a stream U tr tha Brennan seemed tired, aud ar ih rip on Ihe jaw sent him reeling about t 1 diwn to his knets Ihe ninth an 1 tti tli wer slow each man eudenti) ben t keep awaj from the othti Ii k Me Auliffe declared thi match i eliaw au the crowd applauded Comihkey to Join Phila li Iphia. PlULADFLIMIA bept 13-11 Publl Ledger sajs tliat C i] t in ski has been secured to pilot tin 1 mi- league out of tins cits bta i mis kev is dissatisfied m Chicaj, 1 i st ti did not havt full power to eiu u n tie lea.se rs ml told the i t tt head of that club that he w ill i t n mam with th( m another be i i h t gueu the ch jice to mine t wanted to 1 audit lu the futurt li the Phil The Pin i directors alien atret i to i, 1 i tn romo to Philalelohla have ilutt (o ti 1 of thc4 u i and ft els s in of w inn! ID It next st is jn Thrlt. illre In Sir Month, BrooklAS it t in the li sttrical building kii it BrnnlKn bstioyf t tl f Lhe leu J onion ot t t The library consisting of al> ut i umes was considerably daiiM.t Ij water A portion of ttie rear w ill fel st tt wall of the Home for Dtstiti m Children abutting anl en i ted a pain among the ninetj tw  his town la-si Ju it which his horses won alt tlit liisi jiizes has btei tried by his conferui t i arson Arney con fessed that he is s jrn f r h iving partlt ipated in the hor c i (inee which liai made him notorious i used never to d it again and the confu tt continued hm in service tut 1 rse trot seveia congregations li api ltd to the presiti ing elder to hive Pars nssiguet to them Fighting from New Orlplna. NBW OKLf bept i; m readiness, at the amptiitheatn for the Bow en Cam !1 ve fight on Tuts day Carroll is tlie fav 01 ite amonjj spnrt ing men Ihe s tiave long en deavored to arrtnnc a match betweei Dempsev and Siiniu us but have flnall decided to let Demps v alone The club will cable led Pinch ir 1 in London, offer ing a purse of two fir a glove fight ti finish between him anl Fitzsimmons for the international ch u q i mship, the con test to take place heie m December A Minneapolis VViln.ss Teullll MlNNKApoLIb Minn bept Id United States grand imv laid astirta fnr theSt Paul census t ist and took up the charges against the Minneapolis euumei tf kingdom 1 econom} Hood's iirine of which c in d Doses Onp Dot Pecuhir in eomhimfinn, proportion, and prt] irition of liigrruh nti Hood s Sirsipv rilla possesses the our itive value of the best known icme- f-I-.j of tliO VCRC t il le I lOO 1 1 culi ir In Us strength n S i istlip only i One- Iliinil lir Peculiar in its in Iininl merits, Hood s Sirsipartlla h s cures hitherto un known won for tho title of The gn it t 1 lood purifier ever discovered" Peculiir li iti "good name it home there is innn of Hood's harsi- parilla siilel In I will tlian of all other Wood purifiers Ft ilur In Its phenorne ml record ofi j sales ibro-id no other I CClJIIcll prepflration ever attiined so rip dly nor held so steaelf istly the cemflili i of all chsses of people Pecull ir In tl i lirnln work vvhirh it repitsents, Ho H s S irsiparllh cnn bines nil the know I lre which modern reseirch solenco Ins I O I iSCIT clcveloptcl, with many years experience in preparing medicini s sine to got only Mood's Sarsaparilla Sold hyivll druggists fl Prepared 01 ly byt I Do Mivis, IOO Doses One Dollar The largest variety of HUPERFINF OBFAM eeljo batho made In the U S will be found at .O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, Absolutely Pure. Qeorgn N. Packer, Not 530 and 632 Porrj street, oppolita Swing ttreet, soils nothing bnl Upper ilgh Bed Aili nnd White Anil Tt.lt, A of baling powder. High Mt of all In leavening itrtnfth U. B. QOT- Eeport, TRENTON N J Fancy Frultat Ice ream Soda Water Ice Oream Bodan, Milk Shakes, Lemonade Ac. alwayn on hand, nnd tho I ent that can be had and made These are facts Prices convenl atjis i i i i ll nrj 1 ustis aprornlneu alt nit- i i i member of the Ultlii eouin m u is (It Hist He de s nl 1 l 1 i i I ll ml raid un thi Ml i U ra their ibduttl t 1 i ill ai 1 tin fatts COL "t Iti Mil il is but ui thin 1 i i it r i i ih IL, auj one 1 ullii l s h In l Mann! i l u Pullmu H 1 at 1 tl fi i 1 li 1 1J itlinan in I Mr tint Uir H I VS.slli Ll Dinj It J 11 e i uiu r of a eon r 1 I leetll f Putsbnrg au i 1 anv as tele Mr rth Ih 1 tium tho fat, m tbl tit> an i i _ I i ti i t uiuii uf stiops a P ilti i HI t i t 1 i i h tn il mi u u Ha tlLLtncal muto btl-illlfss llli liuuMl the li! l l XL t 11 Vt 1 ii ta f. 7tn i in luttj u itt h engine in th 'I i k L ntrui Hoth IOLOUJO ki eke 1 fium tho track au 1 Uill> UlUJl >xUilL. uf tht- tlOWS Wft hint 1 lit uuitiLtr uf Nu iQU explains th HU  1 1 ut One of the leaden of the sti kt. ii iiiif d Spruvv has beeo arres1 cd tui lutiini Ifitlun Bloun fioin the Matterhorn BLI f s j t u trtrman tourist an tw i f h t L, ii les while asceuding th Vattnl in blowa over a precipic ftnd kilkd Her Departure I Sept 13 -Mrs jr. (in M Ian s f r trtsi ol tht Iljttl Kidgna) iias left town leav my v trious Imsinesi men here to mour hir dtuaituie t> tin txteut of betwee and lias been lu th hat it of giving to litr dealers notes an worthless checks anil in attempting t 1 iisent tlitiu tl the bank the) found tha 10 UK vvas di pi sited to meet then Jin assets will n t reach ft 000 Uiorg rs a UK it dt iler is the principal loser Mis Adams NX) m his debt (ountrifeit Hills at >ew Haven Nivv Sept the las tvvi dijs thr p counteifeit 82 ce: tifu il shive lurnid up in this cit> m llratniL, a attempt tt flood ih vvitli the Hpurious notes Itit flint t lls v rtht (onnli rfelts was the Mtchar It I i lest H slunk Frid ly I lip conn tcrrcit is i ifl of dtttction the engravln tiud D iijt i t) n _, f i (jualitv Both the method and results when rup f Figs is taken, it is pleasan aud lefreihing to the taste, and acts gently jet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tern effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers aud cuies hahitua constipation S) nip. of Figs la the only remedy of its kind ever pro- duced, pleasing to the and ao ceptahle to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its xflkU, prepared tM mos healthy and agreeable substances, itt man) excellent qualities commend i to ill nnd hivfi msHp if rnoj popular reined v known. bjrup of Figs is for sale in BOc and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro- cure it promptly for any one who v, to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. FRANCISCO OIL. KV ntw WHK. H r. pccial Notice. Tho Lulics will find at Walha ill (Tic Titt aTnvals in Woolen Yarns, unions; we high.., reconiniLiid the following famous '.uniitc InaiidH Ikst nniiortcd Oirinan Knitting nil best Spanish Yam, in all colon, he st Saxony Wool, all nlorN Knitting Wors td, all colins, inij_ioited Zeph_yr tind Xtphyi (ici man town only in ,1.1 hist Likewise we all atti ntion to our grund, snporb itoikot Fall and Wintor Under Outfits, Clnl- Irtns' Cloaks, Coats and Ifats ind Caps foi tho Fall wear i) latiHt handsome war ankd nuult ot the best materials nd supuior woikmansliip Fall Kid Gloves, Corsets, imo illiBlin Underweai, All ffoods Fine Umbrellas, in endless anet) One lot fiat Gloria Um- irtllas, which sell at 50, we re now selling at cost, yes, truly out, onl) 98c Call and bo convinced. i I L OPP08JJLK 01 fi HA I.I, FALL AND WIN IER c) i 111 rsj i IN c Saturday, Aug. 30. CORRECT STYLES. iioimiNS, XI i- 16 Plant State Street. A .J.-U alcsl Novelties IN WILTONS, SAXONY, AXMINSTERS, MOQUETTES, VELVETS, BODY BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, THREE-PLY INGRAINS TWO-PLY INGRAINS. Sold at Retail at T-owest Prices. 14O KI, SrKH.H-1, rJU.rnul Binui 1XE Ti N M J Tronton Ico Co. WATKR. Will be prepared on and after X'O S T.T. FROM niSTITJ.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 cwt. I III l WHtilll tillAltANIHU. Delivered on platform at our works, corner Lamberton and Lalor streets. This ice is tree from all impurities of vegetable or annual matters, as it is made only of condensed and distilled pure water. We also guarantee our Hygeia Ice to be 25 per cent, letter in every respect and by far the most economical for use. Address all communications, I1. U. lolcphonc Call ArlvcTlisc" YOUR "WANTS" IN IHTt TIM Kg.   

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