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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               y VOU VIII. NO. AID ASKED FOR IRELAND. Famines Fangs Are ?t Her Peoples Throats UHKI OF mi vio (itor American Gt neiositi "i Vimn Vveil the Jmiwmln.l, Ouluuiltj ,1 I tl N itlunul In lit-f mnniiltt )f lilt (ill fit H'Jp J.icjuljt 1 vv HK (Jet 1 The ijiiHfil f Ihe in i minitltt rnr tit rltt In n n Inland is t iv h is bistil upein caielul el itu giitlitic-el li >m v 11 is s jutt es in tht t ounti v vv hi li iln U itsilf fate to face with tit iltrol famim a dumb en 1 ir anee b i n uf it nttirlts t f mlsf iliuu ti Ir sli pto de 1 ave themselves made m ip pe il foi aid in the approaching tuttjiial ni Hut Pri cihejv the s tine situation i ts in Ireland todav winch whin it li s 11 i ned heretofore ha-i alvv bin I d It wed by vvldesi lead suffering a dstaiva li ni Alen in America who know Uio iu ev it iblc st qnpt of thi sc Mgns hivt tiffin i in nt tin- a mil ihtntoidcitb hoping theieljj to avnttlii li rr is which Ameri is anl in pit MI us f unities Ims- scrvcTl oni} lo turdilv cl ick W Itlimtt 1'nUtli met. Hie mov e'mi nt is ntteilv w thont j ohti c u or o hei i ntside into II 1 is no ci in lion vv nil a v ill n i i tins ttmiiti v or inireluil tls inn is simply the relief of human sufTel Ihe. pea. oi nel i f the committee IB us foil nvs n J un s dnnt ilwon JI n rirv cliunnii Ihc lion Kill tr foi 1 B linn tht H n drover lev. i I mi I unis Kedpith Or i0i I hrct Lllicitt 1 Shepard James Phil s Ji ihe foil ncn will be or vill hi aski 1 to be honjiirv vlci chiiin n lit lion 1 T OTIc.tl Trtmuireey M jivv P St John John Heittv Hoehol 1 h liullock lit verlj Uitvv tjnis vv i leid Morris K Jcsiip i (jell) the HOD John JHV M ij S I'eebe Hobtrt Bonner the lion Chailea P Utlv W li. re Muiiey Will lie Keconed Ire is ir i he New n k sun Set r Uudlev. J ueutive'c lames tyrant M I affaii Idims lUdpath, Khri t Vrthui Uudlej Ihc Sun anil Prt ss m New the F'ublic in Ptnlapelphui ailel the ui tnbiitM lie folljvvmk firn f and i rjujritiojis have been and be le q ted to receive money contnTuilijns Btlmont Co Drexel in o hm rtraut ll dustrial Savings Insti n the Ocrmau Amir can liiuk the nti il Irusl Lompanv of 'Ihe Public Ledger of Ptiiladelphia Ihe Sun Ihc Press Ihc Mail and of "sew Ihe Globe of Boston Ilie tuiuumtee a appeal 111 their appeal to the public the Ameri- rnTTiQimmtut 1.1} that w the fail- in jl the pot ito cr jp the of the Aintiicaii people alone btauda between the InsJi people and star-van Ihere have been famines in Ireland and h 1-4 alvvuvbjtjieu alleviated human suffer nif, but alvvajs, too, unfortunately the n Mediant} of America has reached its ihstin moil too late to-> ive uwiij piecious human lives and awful suffering h is been tn lured bj the fcnjjlc- lo jirc T nt the teinb'e consequences of delay tl e. committee tor im uieuittUj assistance Why Irish loaders Are Silent, ihe Irish leaders pledged, themselves and their people m 18hU never a0am to appeal to America for aid in time of famine If their tongues and silent now it is oiil) becdUhe they recognize the sauctnv of pledges then (jnen not because their ne'ed is not treat But the pnv iledge of giving is none the less ours, and the dutj of aiding our starving brothers is none the less imperative During the month of last August there was among the Irish and people generally a great anxiety m re- gard: lo tire potato crop Unfurtiiuntelr tbe worst fears have been realized Ihe potato rot or blight, hps spread through all parts of Ireland. In West Cork the jield is below the average, in the poorer districts of the tlio counties of Donegal, Clare, Mayo, Galway and Kerry crop is a. total failure." "Shall These Things Happen Again? Money, clothing and provisions are wanted After describing the horrible, sufferings of Ireland's people by past lam- Hies the committee says. "Shall these things happen again f Shall a starving people be left to sound the depths of awful Hoyal I las no woer 11 UOL, Liiei'o uiuat ue no ueiay in extending aid It will not do to wait until the Irish people have proved the ex iitence ol famine by dying by scores for lack of food The American committee appeals to every ono to every man, woman and ol race religious belief and political affiliation Let those in happy homes wheie plenty reigns re member the Irish households the grim specter of famine is a constant dwell er 1 here is no time to spare Ihe Irish people need aid now Nominated by the President WAEHISOTOV, Oct 1 president hai made the following nominations <3 of NBW York, mlnlsrp resnleut and consul general of the Uuitet States to Portugal, vice George K Loring resigned 1 o be VA Met calf of Maine at Bermuda, Oscar Malrose of Minnesota at Denia Spain Postmast E Carpenter, Last Hampton Conn Charles S Bandall, HOUM. s Point N Y N Haynor, feayvilie N P Phelps, Merchantville N J Ihoma Palmer Frenchtown, Is J v Christophe Fhm Rantan N J Robert H ilson larantuui Pa Seth Orine St Clalr, Pa N H Hastings, Austin, Pa Henry An draws Ardmore, Pa, H Griscom JenVinton Pa J B. Halnes Jr Jean uette, Pa Michael McKistler his: Pa' Wlllltttn X Bridgeton, N J Appointed by Gen Yeazey WAbiiiNOTON, Oct 1 Wheelock G Veazej commander m chief has jus filled one of the most important ofiices in the Grand Army of the Republic by the appointment of Judge William Lochieu as judge advocate general Judge I ochrcn is on the bench at Minneapolis Minn an is recognized as one of the ablest jurists u that state or IB any other no one standing higher in the northwest He is as emmen in character as he is distinguished m abil ity He is president of the Minnesota Gommandery of tbe Loya-lljegicm vice in the field was with the First Mmne sola regiment whose services vveiepn ticularly distinguished at Gettv. Judge Lochren is an Irish American has taken an active interest in the causi of Ireland, and is a Demociat in politics A Clone Cull for the ttorkmrn PlTTsBLHG Oct 1 i lew ikmeuweie making repairs in the tovvei of the Clmtoi furnace on est t the lai air receiver explo led with t rr le f i Ihe front of the turban was ilutt -t vv 1 shattered while the cnnii e rooi i ind ma chlnery were complttelv vvrttl 1 1 v er window for ucarlv i   licit i mlie 1 CHICAGO Oct 1- IMC dcstiivel tin picture frame factoi v f r i in 1 n son on Canal street at mi 1 t nimit U hile the vv t le burnii li r H explosion Qtcuried b Irvine, iTiifmmeii of I- ngme Companv No nu ler the n or ing ITieir n imes are R char i H jveiso i Charles Klextor C u v An hew Nelson Hilvester 11 in Is. llv Daniel Toomev >n vr is ife id -vrn r taken out auditislho l_tj_ejjt The loss is estltm Ui Tlurdtr to Concc il Vault! SKOHLOAN Me, Oct trttl uf Norton for the mm le-r t f I housekeeper Mrs Coolev has ueguii here The prosecution claimed ttutthe mitive forthc crime wad that Mi ooitv kil ed and ouried thdt subseqinutlj tie couple quarreled and Norton lealed Mis Loolej would disclose his crime A Iceberj, Oct Bntisli steamer Bushmills fiom Lou Ion reports that on Sept 2, 300 miles t-a-t n n from from tape Race s! e passed in enor mous iceberg, which WAS about ioo in circumference and 600 feet 1 n n the time the berg was Brat sighted the shi] steamed five hours before com ug abn 1 -if t trie Countj, N 1 BtfULo Oct assem 11) conventions were held m the Lne countj districts luesdav The following nominations were made iirst distnct 1 lank Schaefer Seconu distnet Ixiius lieiajldT Ihird district hdnard Galla Dendi of Ex Goveruoi H >jt 8 Wife IKh'JBAPIif Pa, Oet 1 M in LovelanJ hojt wife of ex fcrovcrnoi Henry Hovt died here Tnesdav morning of mralvsis aged il Powder TKKNTON, INVESTIGATIONS GALORE One Day s Evidence 'n Thre Political Scandals AFTKKNOON, OCTOBKK 1, 1890. rwo The United states OHIcial T Of Baking recently made, under authority of Congress, by the Department of Agriculture, Washing- ton, D. C., furnishes the highest authoritative informa- tion as to which powder is the best. '1 he Official Report shows the KOYAT, superior t cf aH othci s In leavening powci; a cream of tartar powdci of highest quality. F The strength of the Royal is shown to be 2) per cent, greater than any other. As a result of my investigations I find the Royal Baking Powder far superior to the others. It is pure, contains none but whole- some ingredients, and is of greatest strength. "F. X. VALADh, Public Analyst, Ontario." of Canada. POSIHVSIHt U'RMONS Hli leiitlnniiiv (.hai tin the H mm IIIK Ml, tertilnt; the Matter hjpurter a ,ution llu Evideuc nilteus In tlu, Snulth taae s Oct 1 the t lib the ehaiUjes H. com mittte i iv Postmaster U licit jf the li nise conveuei S s Diiih the ptesetit contractor fo the 1 just pistofflet malls tol the c jinmittec th it ht had un lerstood par ji the oi ti let m in vv is a pet ilslte 0 the p istmastt r lliit was the cjinmon nndi ist in ib i it the Capitol Hw con tracttd to caii> the m ills for a year and had never the postmaster a ceu J He TtuTTHeH Postm ister heat then took the stam In reference to statements male by Ca lett that n in in named leister had bee put in his pi ir but that he (Catlett) be- lieved ngver done work l the postoflicc the postmaster said tha Feister had been sworn in and had bee working lu the postofTic Ihe witness denied thdt he had ever re- ceived a cent duectlj or indirectly fro any emploje In i xplanation of the uum ber of changes that hai taken place in th pjstoftice he said that a number ot me had been i ut in positions teinporan] until persons appointed b> members o congress could arrive in tike their phicps bo many blunder caused bv the inexperience of the new me had occurred in the i ostoflice during th first few uioutlia afnr Jiuiium post master and complaints from members hai been so frequent that he became very mud annojed an i Ind lectured his men An other cmsp for the illeged st> eritj coul probibl) bctracel tht vvi to th excruciating p un he cricuced from til amputation of his arm The liridiet "W hen he h id been told that it was no right to keep Hit v mug man Bradley o the rolls when he iiad no work he had dis- charged him In regard to the statemen made by Bradiej that the witness ha threatened to have Mr Caswell s indorsi meut of Bradlej s application for a go' ernrm nt p itiou withdr iwu if Br idley pe sistediuktepingthti moncv irawnbj Brad ley for services had per formed Mr sud tint he had com into "rhv i vt tfl tj boi a wtr talking over the matter and had tofcfNVa" Jer to give him tfie money and withdra Mr indorsement m ortJer tosettl the matt r He meant nothing wrong an had game! nothing by the transaction He Thought It a Proper PeiquUlte In ren'ud to the contract the witnes Raid that he h id been led to believe by Mr Dalton ins immediate predecessor in th pnatofTlff thfiT nlhpTlsOH could Paul! pay the witness a mouth out of th contract money He had thought tha there were perquisites connected with the oflice Ihe a month he hai believec to be a legitimite perquisite The vv i lies had no interest in the contract with Daish ihe wjtness admitted that he had done Tittle mild lobbjing but halt never re ceivfcd auv m .me} f r it The then went into secret session to discuss th evidence The Snaith Cue Again ALBAM N Y Oct 1 Snaith came up before the ccmrt of claims Tues da} Mr Snaith testified that he did no join with anj other builder in a first bid for the work Ine papier maehe clause was m the specifications which witnes, saw before he put in his bid The speclfi cations had never been alteied to hi knowluUp either before or after the bids had been opened He hud never agreed to share the prohts of his work with any one Mis Testifies Mrs Charles B iiidrevts- was called am gave her first ttstnnonv in this case She testified th it pr v ions to the time she was wanted Ij the issemlily committee she hac in contempla ion a trip to Boston to visi some friends During the Investigation b; the Fish committee her brother Mr dove came to hei house and told her Mr An drews wished her to go to Boston at once She arrived at Uov e s house about 10 a m and did not t ike off her things until a 0 clock as she expected her husband ev ery minute to expl un the necessity for her im mediate depai ture for Boston Gove toolc the tin box containing the money to his house, where it was stowed away in the wardrobe fehe said the box was locked aud that no one had a key to it but herself What the Box Contained 1 ,The box contained her will, hersecuii ties a deed and jOin gold There was also lift} sh ires of  fleet! JIIP r Barnes Idol I rou_i t DUO Jc 3f Ivew 01 k the. bujtr Various HumoiD Ocl r 0 "outh or Adi ijominn e 1 f r c ?rt as bv, the Democritsof the l 1st di- tnct BIMHAMTON N j. Oct 1-1 1 Dtv was nominated f ir i v I v the He publican count} convent! jn SUEM Miss O'-t 1-Ilin Republican oi -the -Se-v-e-fttii   ni llj nor hold BO ste nlfTst y tlio conf 1 t rfi of all cl isseg ot pcopli1 II hriln-work wlilcli it rej resents, Hi i M s irsiparilla c mi lines ul tiio kii le.e lesi in h FcUiici Ins I O with tmny yeirs prrj ailng niedlcint i netii wtilch nif Icin ln dovelopeil, d experience In sine to get only Hood s Sarsaparilla six f rfli Prepared inly ty( I He irios, Lowoll M IOO Doses Ono Dollar he lament variety ol HUPERFINE CBFAM CHOCOLATES, gunrflntred to be the flnast liindtj lu Hie IT fl bo Amud nl ANGKT.Q CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, TBENTON N J Fancy FrultJi, Ice Cream, Soda Water, Ice ream Rodan, Milk Shaken, Lemonade, Ac always on hand, and the beet that can be had and miuie These are Prices oonveni- lor all pan} vvun with whom be had detat pi 1 It iu i wife and tlireo lllditu llisiett i nils las been i Ified u 1 i s I u k to hoi 1 H ttei as ho has a unit t ariist him for gram1 lauei j 1 It I a[ si I, illup decline! o st ue the i f tTie man 3 dc f il 1 n K ttei stales tl at it does not ev- ened mm Inn i i .i l, i n ill I'lin 1 1 1 ni (it 1 r in s d Di I is I in tl e 1 LI i s 1 ml i H i I Kl mm 1 i 1) ill s w is 1 1 He n is tl i I i hlU in the il I i w LS 'o the full rink of t mm m lei hai all tl Do.nl I t imnnnder N i nit I died l il t t ll e In s u om ml i lunatic in t ant n man t 1 m ted an 1 tin j id Ills Ilii Klllnd BlIMlMIUM Ala Ot a mlsiii dtlstan hUp, el ol lers s )reisl t tiain ju tbe HIM line of the 1 i lilt and Na-shv ille rallr i ul lan into a switch en ,me near aiiie i killmn I1 1 M H Johnson stiloiuh injniin0 biakt m in, and bruising Isaac Pe_ terson an 1 R I1 I'aitlow A Newly Muriicd Man Suicide Oc' iiippostd to be a traveling salesman for la} lor drv goods merchants of N'ew York sTiot Tiiniself 3eael in his room in the Hotel Penn He was married oni} a fortnight ago No cause is known for his suicide Hnh.il> "ics.Ti Nun Meld N.twuk N J Oet I ord has been received here that the Right Rev W M. igger Roman atholtc bishop of thia diocese has been appointed archbishop of the see of Milwaukee The Mre President Suit. ALBVAV. Oct 1 V reminiscence of electl )u of L uite 1 states st ator by the legislature in 1W e ime up in the shape of a-niotiOH- t MUl- t4f tlie-specittl term before Justiie Mavham jestertlaj Ihe action is ent tie 1 ItviP M rton as ex editor veisiis Stej lieu I Hopkins and another and was foi tl e recover} of illeged to have been m jnev atlvaneetl on a note given in the eial eletti m of the vear preceding Mr Morton was at that time a e in litiate for the I mted Static seiiritorslnp trom this st tte It is unlit stood the m mev, was usi 1 to seeuie tht uominititn mil ele. turn ol asstniblvm n in the counties f Ulster Cueen an 1 D h wate whovvotild be lu favor uf 1 u lit tlou Mr M rton as 1 lined States sen it i The deft use set up vv is th it it vv n m n (ommcdati ju n ite n I as i eov r 1 h m il er II d in 1 suit vv i, I r in ut jr un I jn '_me il was tuie i I t lefanlt Tin cliildri 11! ihe makei hivi I f Hit n _1 t Tire aTtoTrrrv r tht executOT_ Jiisinc M y ham Uinie_d_iln ti n HOUSEHOLD WORDS ALL OVER EUROPE. "BEST FARTHEST." w th it its ni in ifRturfrs are drawing the atuntio t ot the in ul In. t tl st and ever smet Us t n, 'lie' illi is it a be appreei ttcil !i i is i I til Llu All that the m tnti i u tii IL litest is sinij oi still bettei i n te t with wli r coma it mi) be flu n s ipen ntv It is. li e mse ot ths th i the I mulish "Ometritl 1 'f I 1 l I f If f n I To iro llINs Slill M IHI It F M m 1 su s l 1 r l Umbrelia FAIL AND WINTER O I J l'! N I N Saturday, Aug. 30. CORRECT STYLES. I T A HA 1 I 15 State Ptroo Both the niofliotl and results when i j) i f I i_'s ia taken, it 13 pleasant aid ufiecliing fo tiie taste, ntid acts entH }tt pumptly on the Luer and clnnses the 'cm eflecttnlh, dispels head dips and and cnua liibitual mi-tip itiou rup of Figs is the mil} reniPdy of Us ktud ever pro Iliad, phasing to the taste and ae cijittlle to the etotnach, prompt in ts action and trul} beneficial in its effects, piepiued only from the ami igiecible substances its mam (juuhties commend it to all and have made it the most popuhr remcilv killivvii Sv i up of J IB for sale in 50c and 81 bcittks by all leading gists Any reln'ile druggist who not have it on hand vill pio cure it pioniptly for any one who wishes to try it. not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAH FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE KY ft Y Special Nc ticc. UNI 0011 AH i OH ONI I AH Is the mi tli ml upon h we a-1 cotiiliu tt 11 i int.-.-, tiul iiuule it a suicess L anil do tjue u t i i 1 II ir foi doll 11 111 itnl niMfc a conipaiisbu in rl HlMMIMlb I'KICE an) .th i 1 n in i mit tit tlu tin! .tssinLil tlie tuulc, lie sati-lit.il inn a W U-Hilt-l si ilii oil _ ___ __ __ _ _ H'-ali- Overcoats, Capo Overcoats f lr i (O i 'V1 c Jc p i inn nin ATSTD OVERCOAiS UF ANY DESCRIPTION. Olothm.j and ln-li Vail and Wintur ll mu tn iiiLa-uK one ot mu -pi i Full Dress btuts rt iv in i 1 39 First Floor and 39, 41 and 43 Second Floors The ladtOH will find at Wallis' all the httc arrivals in YariiH, aindnir wlmh liigtd} reconinicud tlie lolloping fuinous biands 'Oi ttdQoi man Knittintt best Spanish Yarn, in all mlois, best Saxony Wool, all colon, Knitting WOIB_ cd, all toloiB, inijioited Zophyf ind Zej liyr (Jerninntown only in best Likewise we all attention to our prand, Rtiperb of Fall and Wintvr Under (.ear, Cluldrciifl' OnthtR, Cbil Irons' Cloaks, Coats and Hata nd Caps foi the Full wear Acij latest liandHonio stjles, war anted nude ot the lust materials nd superior woikmaiiBhip Fall losieiy, Kid Gloves, Coiscts, fine Underweai, All ew goods Fine Umhrerlfts, in ondloes ariety Ono lot fine Gloria Um- rellns, winch soil at 60, we re now selling at coat, yes, truly ost, only 98c. Call and be convinced i -I i r J, OPP0811B OI1Y 7' i 3V YQS'I' No Ribbon. Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment E. Challenger Co., GFNKHAI AOKNTS NO 1407 CHE8TNUT STELtT I U I A HliNl) TOH t V I KVtR'i ONt sHOUI l> SFh IHK '-liKk I ILORILK IN WINDOW OF H'T'IViG Broad Street A 10c S.IIOK FOR. 5 n iivt PATKONIZB HOME iNuUdTRY AND BIY THB .llcnton Watch, The most rellal Jo wnt( h for tbe in >ne> tall autl see the inrge nssortnu h( n( II. I.. KTCKHJY'3, THE RKL'AHLK JFWKI hi., 12O Perry Street, Opposite Trinity _ M. B Uburob j. M. SucoeHHor to t DKAI KU IV Fish, Oysters, Game, COUNTRY PRODUCE FRUITS. 86 HA.8T FRONT Sl'KBfcri', Market PHONI 391   

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