Trenton Times, September 15, 1890

Trenton Times

September 15, 1890

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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey reitiim VOU VITT. NO. LI. rKKNTON, MONDAY AKTKKNOON, 8KPTKJ11JKH J5, 1890- TWO CKNTB IN ERICSSON'S MEMORY. Arrival of the Remairs at Stockholm, Sweden. THE DEAD INVENTOK HOME AGAIN i Over People the Transit s of the Hotly from the Baltl more to the Kunmtnil Lytuy in State Near KricsHoli's Ulithplace STOCkiiOLM bept I1! Ihe body of the Into John Elussou was removed from the United fotutes steamship Baltimore Sun. US) ashore in a royat barge, which was plainly draped in black When the landing was reached the casket was carried by sailors of the Baltimore to the pavilion especially erected to receive it After the brief re-murks attending the transfer the body was escorted by an enormous procession to the railway station An Imposing Funeral Train The cortege was headed by the official representatives of the king_ the crowu prince the American "minister to Sweden DoBtnitrlr the officers of Balti- more bodies of infantry and cavalry and many distinguished Swedish officials and citizens At the station the body was placed in an elaborately draped carriage and conveyed by special train to Fllipstad near the great Inventors birthplace Here the body will lie in state till the public funeral and Interment The Harbor Resplendent with Banting It is estimated over one hundred thousand people witnessed the transit of the bod) from the Baltimore to the rail wa) station Minute guns were fired by the shore forts "and the Baltimore's guns wlittelhe body was being transferred to terra flrma Admiral Ryron head of the Swedish navy, was in command of the fu neral barge and accepted the body for oon Teyance ashore The harbor was resplendent with flags vessels of all nations doing honor to the dead The qimys and the streets leading to the railway station were thronged w ith people, who uncovered their heads and maintained a respectful demeanor Courtesies to American Officers. Today and Tuesday the Baltimore s offl oers will be entertained at official banquets and receive other honors at the hands of Sweden's grateful people On every side praise of the American people and gov- ernment is heard On Wednesday the offl cersofthe Baltimore will dine with the England's Uneasy Tollers LONDON, Sept 15 The situation at Bouthampton li chaotic, the various bod ies of strikers being at loggerheads and neither workmen, employers nor the pub- lie being able to prophesy to what extent work will be resumed today At an im- mense meeting Sunda) the striking sea And flromcn decided that If the" latest demands are not agreed to by noon today thay will port in a body, leaving numerous vessels withoui crews Many members however, are dis- satisfied with the meagerness of the amount paid them by the unions during idleness and favor a return to work on the condition's proposed by the owners It is possible that these malcontents maydefea' the practical carrying out of the resolu tion There was a meeting of 10 000 dockers In London Sunday to consider the Southatnp- tou situation Tom Mann and Ben Tillett declared that the men had ample cause foi dissatisfaction but regrettfd that they acted without authority and in a manner which embarrassed the responsible beads of organized labor throughout the king dom The meeting adopted resolution! pledging continued assistance to the strikers in Australia. and Knife Are Popular, LONDON, Sept a result of thi alarming Increase In the ate of the revolve: in this country the home secretary has per mitted the execution of Francois Manteau convicted of murder, although the jury lidded to their verdict an expression to th effect that they did not think the convio had intended to kill bis victim The authorities answered Manteau'i ap- peal for mercy with the statement that having regard to the dangerous exten which the practice of using revolvers pre- vailed at the present time, it was abso- lutely necessary to make an example Another dangerous practice and a nove one is known as scuttling It is reall; running phenomenon to whic was supposed to have been confined to th Malays of the east Recentl) however there have been frequent Instances in Lon don and other towns, until the public ar thoroughly alarmed The 'acuttler" run amuck in a crowd, stabbing right and lefi heedless as to whom his victims may be. There is talk of petitioning parliament punloh ooutthng with tho looh, as done when garroting assumed an epldemi form in the large cities Gunuuu} Countenances the Slave Trade ZANZIBAR, Sept 15 official GerimZu notice has been published at Bagamoy permitting everybody to traffic freely i slaves, and only prohibiting their exporta- tion by sea Owners are also authorized ti recover runaway slaves The ar uverjuved At Uiln affairs-unit openly purchasing slaves from the traders Brutally Murdered by Miners DcBUN, Sept well to do residen of Ballmary, named McGrath has bee brutally murdered by miners, who wer incensed because of hia given she ter to evicted farmers with whom they ha quarreled Mr DC Hftven'a New Poftrtlon NEW YORK, Sept George D Haven assistant general passenger agen of the Krie road, has accepted the positio of general Luwem-or of stron MM Absolutely Puro, A of toeing powder. Mt of >11 in mg ilufigtli U. S, GOT raud Kaplds, under the general man eut of Charles M Heald Ihe ubraces the Chicago and Went Mint tin s n f Mr Schaub seriously injured 1 he 'agon was completely demolished Uc Knded His Uf.' Ntvv YohK Sept K ledel wfio was arrested ou the charge of a s mlt- ng little school girls, tommltte i s neido lJSJve.1] in the One Huudie 1 an i Iweu y math street station by ha iging himself A CONGRESSIONAL FORECAST robable Programme for the Benato und luls Week Scpl. 15- In senate :IIH week the conference repoitou the laud runt forfeiture bill Is likel) to be A seJ ti da) The anti lottery bill according 0 the Republican caucus programme, is lie next thing to be considered aud will mhty TM m up on Ttmrtsy mil or the relief of the supreme court of the Jutted States Is next an tfie list" and this nd the bill providing for the transfer of tie revenue marine to the navy depart- leut which Senator Gray has given uo- ice he will call up on Wednesday or hursday and the several labur bills that eeentl) passed the house are more than nough to occupy the time of the senate uring the week The Republican leaders of the house ave not only determined that the fihbus -erlng proceedings which were so success ully carried ou last week while the ma- orit) was endeavoring to call up the >angston Veuable contested election case or discussion shall not be carried any urther, to adminis- ter discipline to the unruly minority by mshing through the contested election of Miller versus Elliott from the Sev 'nth district of South.Carolina iinmvdl if after the Langston case is disposed of The discipline which the Republicans will enforce will consist in limiting the debate a about forty minutes a vote to be taken when the debate is closed The tariff bill will be reported from the ways and means committee early in the week accornpau ed by an from the committee on rules setting apart for debate what the committee consider a reasonable time hen the time allowed for this discussion has expired a of non concurrence m the senate amendments will be taken and the bill sent to conference It is believed that the conference reports will be present ui iu-botk houaaa la 1 tnatia woal- bTRUCK BY A TREE A Car Crushed In aud Two Persons Klllril RAimCiTY S D.Vpt 15-A fatal ac cidi nt occurred on ihe mwl) completed narrow gauge railroad between Piedmont aud Cil) Yi eduesday An excursion 4tain niidc up of t'ro coaches and- cum ber of flat cars, with arranged to ac coiuuioUnU) pusacugeio, left Lead City w ith about M> Masons and their families As rhH.xrao-u was passing a po ut near Elk ert-ek twenty miles from Deadwood a large pine tree which had caught fire from a passing engine fell, striking the last car whifh was packed with human freight, tilling two people and wounding seven hen the piece of timber struck a panre took Following is a list of the killed and wounded M J Belding, engineer of the Golden jtar mill at Deadwood Instantly killed Mrs J K Snjder of Lead City, kilted Ihe Injured were Miss bnyder, Mrs J 1 Bro Is Samuel Gilbert George Deemer, Mrs Khugler J V Lillig aud a son oi Viidreu Grey A Detective s Life Attempted la, bept a rfjeeessiul attempt was made here Sunday morning to mwassiBate Detective J C Bui kes w ho figured so prominently in the notorious Ramsbarger and Henry Johns n uidt-r cases in Hardm count) Burkes as pavMng through the office of the Wil sou house when a 38-callber bullet crashec thn ugh the hide window and missed lini Ju s b) -about- two inches. Theiletect- e ran out in time to dimly see his would be -IS-AMHI skulking down an alley He followed and fired fonr shots after the ml cruint who escaped Burkes arrestec w r d Hmn in loot and brought them back here for trial for t! e murder of Henry Johns, a brother in Inw of Kainsbarjer The brothers have since then made repeated threats against the detective life street Rallraad to Meet. Sept American Street Railroad association will hold their con vcutlon m this city Oct 15 16 and 17 Ar rangements have been completed for th( exhibition of the new devices, motors, cars miicliiiiery, etc, pertaining to the stree railroad business Delegates to the num ber of about 800 are expected to attend thi and_there will be many of thi most prominent wealthy men of the United States Problems that pertam generally to street railroad management rapid transit and many other question will be discussed by the convention Futallj Blanked with B Knife Vv ii KEiiiiiRE, Pa., Sept 16 aged 79 years, wag found lying m ad) ing condition at 1 80 o'clock Sunda; irninx near vu He had towu He had been slashed all over the body with a sharp knife, and across his abdomen was a gash from which his m ttstmes protruded The ground near thi spot indicated that n desperate struggli h id taken place John Shannon who was seen w ith Pickett at a late hour Saturday night has been arrested on suspicion o having inflicted the fatal wounds An Oft Told Tale LCK iNSi'oi.T, Ind, Sept 10 year old son of Chnrles a companion came home from Sunday school yesterday nnd (hiding a revolver In a drawei Boair pointid it playfully at his friend Ihelatte helped him to desist, but the boy laugh ingly assured him It was not loaded am to convince him placed the revolver to hi own throat and pulled the trigger 'lh weapon exploded killing him Instantly tb ball passing out at the base of the brain nirugo wonts Professor Harper NKW HAVEN, Sept 15 W R Harper, of Yale who has lately returne from the west, said In reply to a questio H hether he intended to accept tho pres. deucy of the new university in Chicago They are making certain pre- sentations to me, but I am very happy hei and not thinking much of going out ther I hope to stay in New Haven for some tin to come Good for young and old We know of n better tonic for the (yatem Hires' Im proved Root Boor, it dellclona, efTerve cent, sparkling, appetlzlifc and a helper o Solaeverywnere 10 RELIEVE I HE Si RAIN. The Entire Available Surplus at the Public s Seivice 8UKI 1 VKVfllMKOISMVl MOVE. Iltj Vt 111 1 uii liane OOO OOO of 4 n and Knp'y IiitiMKt on Hetween 000 000 and SUO 000 000 0 8 tu Ease the Money Market. M v, UK bept. indom just anne mt ed that he would purchase Itl UUO (HX) i f 4 i er nut bonds in 1 prepay he interest on between t50 000 000and 00 000 of 0 per centb in order to relieve he lu the monev mulket The Tdcr will be issued from ashiugton tc- iuy ing notice that offers for tlie bonds M be purchased will be received at 12 1 clock no 3n nt xt W ednesdny :t AVIII (oimuuie the Available Surplns. Mr said that he had named 16 000 000 as the amount of bonds to be purcl ased because as the entire available lUrjJiii is now SW-OOOOQO, the treasury has lutslandtng offers for bonds and interest tolSOOOftOeO and the amount if 4 per c- nts now asked for will require .twjut J ii jUU 000 Ihis together with what will be rt jU red for the prepayment of the nterest tl c 6 per cents will consume .heeutue uuilable surplus N it the Treasury's Fault. Mr i lorn further said there was no doubt in his mind that the action taken will bring satisfactory relief if the holders of the bonds are disposed to oo-operate with the treasury He sees no great rt jer of serious financial trouble, and it will not be tlit fault of the treasury department .f it corner An Exceptional Offer The offer for 4 per cents he says, is ex ceptional and is not to be regarded as the policy of the administration for with this purchase If it shall be made the treasury joes out of the market for the purchase of ;hat class of bonds and will hereafter ftp- ply the ci rrun 11) K r h criticised soi je WOIK done in Newport The two mei n "Newport city h ill an 1 Ji s Riloi a blow w ith u I i i i Rile) acr sh the hall tl ran out and It 1 behind biune t- Hilt staggered out revolver in htt 1 11 J german spring out and 1 vMtk him Two piBtiew port ti ne t 1 utt One Killed riftci lijured "fri tot ts Sept ID' H- though Run KM city express of tin V issoun Puelfi railway was pai tially w i rked at switch about twent) H n miles west o 8t Louis One passei was killed auc fifteen: injured four ituiliv Ihe-Qftmoao those injured are Mr" V C Daily fao bruised A C Dnnl 1 ebauon, Ind bruised on hand an 1 1 st Mrs Mar Lott, of Kansas t) r ibly fatal ab dominal contuhl n 1 1 L Norton dangerous intern il i s and face an neck cut K L. N u i f NJ 2tJ8stoc dard street fct Lo i tl injuries To Buj a rk Newspaper 1 Russell 4. Alger arrived in t i it on a lat train Saturday mgl t tn i went quietly tx the residence of J 8 Uaikson Suuda these two had a long eoi I itmce, aud at o'clock went to New lork on the limite express Tt is under stool that Mr Clark son his eye on a St w newspaper and that if rjr negotiations ca be made it will be pin hi" d with mone fnrnltthiwl hy r ar IhRlinrlRrib control of Mr Cl irks n with Marsha Gushing the private wretary of Postmas ter General anam ker as managin editor For Facing n F >rgpd Cheek ABBLBI PARK N I lept Au jjustus Aumnt k a wl stle butcher hn been arrested here di with utterin forged cheeks X un i k s statement i that some three m ntn ago he turue over a check drawn 11 so ne man in Elizi bsth N J to A Vi rk dotliug bouse He thinks the man WHS J R Burden II: obeck turned out to be woithless and Au OyypepsiUi Makes the lives of m n y l eoplo mlsenble causing distress after t ti IL, sour st maeh, sick hoitlache, lirartl u 1133 of appetite, a laim flaa rastc, (SWM tongiii d irregularity of DlStrOSS tho Iran Dyipersiadnrs not of itself It _ ronuir s cireful attentfnn eating anil rrmcdy like HtKils Sarsapirllh winch irlst illy, yet efficiently It tones the stomach, r KUlates tho diges- tion, creates a d 'l Sick petite binishPS lie id i 1 and refreshes th i i I Headache I hive been tr ill 1 1 with dynpepsh I hid but little ippr tnj Mini u., 1 K h I i I t 1 t 1 as t ecu 1 lit li, t 1 I I I I 1 elltjultjw of (ji S( nhiilli tut t tie ft of ttiU I r s s l or i i erly u tie ut )1 tl eiu i ue 1 it es il uillllo lilt lie H alleet alarun l 1 i 1 1 I l K i i 1 li el t stud u is i ss n It l l! I si Us 11 e ll is It thleateus the title to the il 1 e u ks An In Killed NJA VI Unt bept. laiiTs fle oPtlie by i New ik ei ual tram near Suspension lia 1 1 he otht r injured Indian, :eteiGrein will probably die also Ihe blitl rus Jnuoli- uinler arrest to iss st in the i roseeutlon of the parties who iold the Indians the liquor In Vermont. CHLISI-X bept cyclone passed )ver irsl ire Satur lay evening unroofing 11 is antl e n h tely ruining several fruit ui 1 ir rrd irds Ihe highways are do ed 1) fallen trees Iri.h I.. >l.r. to America Nib IS The Hon John lit has ji sf ri ei a It tier from the t-n retarv f ll Irish National league ilivet lie visit nf tic trlhh members iiliu nt t) tils rn infrr during tho col ii K f'vll an winter lobn Dillon ilium (1 Hricn T P I hn T Gill nnd limnt'j llnrrlntt nwill sail by the feu tf c fir AM lira Itnung "Oul lin in Get b.r _ hour I n HIM rat is In lit t l HnrniATHH RiiaraiitfeiUolMjUneJlnBal made in the US will be found at CAMKkA'S Fine Confectionery Store. TRENTON N J Fancy Fruits, Ice renm Soda Water Ic Cream Sodas, Milk Shakes, Lemonade always on hand, and the best that can be hat and made These are facte. Prices eouven ij lilent PJ r r hile Mr i tutis i Pi T uues I i t tu m un 1 A t hil ips w P dm IT i, th f r4- s r HI aua> run Tniil tin L.T ml UI sLtioish mjurec 11 i i 11 Both tho method and results when rup c f Figa is taken; it is pleasau and refreshing to the taste, and net gently jet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sjs tern effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cuies hahitua constipation of Figs is th only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptahle to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared orly from the mos healthy and agreeable substances, it many excellent qualities commend i to all and have made it the pnpnlirjpmprly known bjrup of Figs is for sale in 50 and 81 bottles by all leading drug Any reliable druggist wh may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one to try it Do not accept an substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO OIL LQUisvniF KY Hfw YORK N r Upecial Notice Tlic hdimuill hnd it AV.illis iril tire ftifntils in Yarns, ainoiiij whuh Infill; recoiiiininil tin following faiuou BtHt iiupoittil (ii.nn.in Ivnittin nil ml Vain, in nil toloii Wool, all colois Knitting Worn toil, all loloib, uupoited and only (jiutlif) Likewise all ntion to oui grand, Hiip taflte and utr uva jual tleL Largest salt) o tl a M r d tTKN 8 AVD TAM S f THKH. M Umbrella and FAl L AND WINTER 3 I 111 I "N f 1. Saturday, Aug. 30. CORRECT STYLES, IIM 11 16 State Street M i i ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO i1. II. Jt' H J.1 J.1 t- i4, 140 PEART, STRFKT, HlMPTOH 8IBMT TK8I: OB N J TELEPHONE 483 Tronton Mypoian Tco Oo. Itl'! CJItYfJTAl. ICJH1. FROM DISTILLED WAJTHR. Will be prepared on and after AUGUST 20, l'O I- T.T FROM DISTII.T.KI) WATHR. 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. Illll WillJlir GHAItANRlM. Delivered on platform at our works, corner Laml erton and Lalor streets. This ice is tree from all impurities of vegetable or a umal 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 fot use. Address all communications, r. O. uox Telephone Hall No. Advertise YOUR WANTS' IN THR TKKNTON xilKH vUcc ;

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