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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. VITT. NO. 2129. TKKNTON, 1IIUK8DAY AKTKKNOON, OCTOBKK 2, 1890. TWO CKN'iB EXCITEMENT RUNS HIGH. Merchantville Greatly Agitated Over the Miller Mystery 10 IM II110N l.OUKNOK VI1IU II llih VliJ Will I" t Hunt Dim n the si i >t f. n-  of thi dis M i of tin mm tit i 1 hiH itf nu nt ins f mt ipf r j mt, ft r IK t! m a j i j --it TI nt -itui U I to t all K nu t i of thost interested aud petition tli k UK i to lend ii'-Msta! c llts in Tils ffmi I IcTtlit ihln cuunt) in uuidviliUK the AI in> of tin t i loniincnL men mthc borough HI is infl ifi ti il tanntrt. 1 in tliL hurt on i lnitf c in in i ir Mich istlu IIIL JilUjl' tu 1 1 si t i is npt fur U e mnieiiunt to ht m lint the result of thin taik b n in mis t b r I i ujtri I i-i 1111 1 I n I 111 I E.CUIL 1 mlllUS 1 JTl to 1 r UK is 1 K Aft( r t1 ii t in rnittc 1 t j i! thi wuu r taint 1 iti Ins i uis I mil 'Om e h in i ri in i i Mi i mi u ellni is t Mini if to tin ir (lui! in oiiht to get his st lU mint but i i iiid 1 s the a t rm 1 1 J 1 >r s i that ht Hi inly btlio es tfi I 1 1 111 C t Important tluwa lu 01 three important clews in con nctt n uith tin murder of MFH Miller just bun um irtht 1 of wl i h 1 ti r 1 to fa-rUn tlie fbrtiH -of cu uin st ntiH w idi rue still (.It s( i arMiiid Lnu j H tin i I lie n rt in n i i i lu t ise wife 1 st it M n( e is nt irh oppo siti 1 1 at of i led the ftimjl} f the lute ilhaui M illt i father f f the husband of the murdtrtl v. >ruan that on thi afternoon of the mui 1 r sht nn I to him aa he went down the n i 1 ind t uleud il e biush whtie the bo h of f t i jurdtred woman found It b tt C of Ohenaugo county, WH.H m eel Tor congress by the Prohibitionists of the Twenty sixth district BOSTON Get Democrats of the Fourth congressional district reuoinmated Joseph H 0 Nell by acclamation Governor Hills Appointments. ALBANY Oct 2 Hill has ap- pointed Almot F Jeuks, of Brooklyn, aa judge advocate general upon hia military atafiin the_pjace of Oen _CJ.ifford A. H Bartlett, resigned Greu Jenks IB cor poratiou counsel of Brooklyn and judge advocate of the Second brigade with the rank of I he goveruor has (tlso ap pointed (jen Roger i, Prjor judge of the court of common pleas of .New 1 ork in the place of Judge f arremore who recently tendered his resignation to take effect Oct 1 "Little Horace" Goes to Prison Oct 2 the court of queens bench Charles Brown a bank thief who is well known throughout the Tjnited States aa 'Little Horace was sen tenced to yeais impribjnmcnt for from the ille Mane bank in this eitj recently The Election ID Georgia ATLANTA, da, Oct returns from the state show that the full Demo- cratic ticket is elected by the heavy majority Both constitutional amendments probably been carried Ihe general assembly is three fourths alliance Aibor Day In Pennsylvania. HAKRISBUG Oct Oct 34, has been deMgiiaie 1 as autumn arboi daj by Professor J) J t imtuiiittndenE of public instrut tiou He calls ou alj the bchouls t obset e it Thrto IlobbcrH Shot Ala, r al from Dale coiint> tj Ihe Ht.u er says Ihe rulroul h in K at th s pUtc were paid oJT !a> tfi rn n t d were shortl) afteiwird attac id In i band of negr) robin rs whom k tht in thi up their han In u 1 1m i MK u (i 1 in i 1 bi g MH er il wroi e C an ji'pw F. f n Hieri the Dedii'i, iH nnhs ruth of here Ash iitt s pin sued the robbers and slot U if thnn who fe 1 bidlj WJUD 'cd A Umd tt hit by a bullet but to escape w ith others of tlie Hare Treasure Mass Oc work men emplojed in d j it the nth from an old well that had nt I i n the Col 1 heodore Elhh iarm, it IJ H di found an iron which w i-, hilf filled with ancient golile nn-i irn n ni-h inonej dutcJ 10 )J 1? '5, P v> j t i1 1KJ1 Lnited States coin oi tin N-ic of _Lt9> T-nghih pipp 1 M 4 flfoiirof irlofrVU (ti-o others corns of which the imprint was in decipherable but which seemed to be of Frcuch and Portuguese issue Vermont B Legislature Organizes MosTFLLIHt Vt Oct legislature org tduesda} lot the senate Frank H Durnell was elected preai dent pro tf m Start was elected speaker of the house on the third ballot b} Demo cratic sixty three Democrats hanng voted for him The contest for speaker was the most spirited known m the state fur years, and the Democrats are cougratu latmg themselves on holding the balance of power The retiring and incoming gov ernors held a reception last evening wreck a Train BANGOR, Me Oct 2 Canadian Pacific train was wrecked near Granville June tion last night Obstructions were placed on thfi Iraek, and pjmtbound crashed into them The engine was thrown from the track and the engineer seriously hurt Xo one was killed, but several are reported seriously injured The men who on tho track OFO supposed to be discharged employes IRON KINGS IN SESSION. The B-itish Institute Meets in New York ntvys unuirs >1. lie tlm vi Stiil.s Ms In. it IXbtiugtiishf tl I h to tliv On f, it tt Rome to the f li ip uiLts tu UL.hu! (jhuiililt is tl i 1 un maiiufn tunrsjestir dii) in i. t i k N h ill and J i _1 nobil i I nt IK in simphutj fraterni7ed II u is 1 opining session of the But sh In n i! 1 1 institute to nearly SIM! di 1 t, Ki hive u me frjm I upland 11 tn iLTimriv and Ainenea ll en ti-. 11 >u u LiiKlisL of ic k no It iib an i nidnufactureiH I u tun t ir m an t -.titl fruin the crude ore of rnilli ms of dollars m wealth nnd Lititns uutLLomiiut itiQH rep tesentt. 1 "VIi Address i m delivered t 1 lit f welcome, in the courat of which 'a snl this mingling of the i in nv hire may result m tlit. LI i c f uld ind in the making of iiiim n fric ndship-j We aro an mdiib tn il u i tlit it-fore a peaceful republic u I lui t, to extend tlie principles of peace and L, 1 tbiouehout the world Ihe re pub t isthc of no nation but the fncn 1 of all trust youi vu.it will fatrtnUhfn the bands of peace and good ill and that it w ill lead the 1 ranches of the sppak infract t think more of then true n la tions tn t h other th it united ai we are tie-, ol bl ol become more and inort. in 1 aimoru with each other in ua tioiidl dinii ind ampliations sir J tmett Responds AH i imes Kitsjn to respond he was ML 1 with loul applause After the rotrret of Sir Henrv serntr f r hi- in to be present Sir J inn s i e h e met in a jear when Vin i-> b COIHP the first in the pro duttu n in n of fill nit ions in the world (Cheer-; During thf }ear she ex cmlfl d pit Hnta i in the pr duction of pig :r M ind I fidr }ou reached a pre uiiin rue we can Ihe re iprtuki'ji men wlu framed the sjstern li eli th xp of commtrcf has were w I'-e bo ou 1 uoe ii JUVJjj u LA? aadJiberaJjtv m the rk UH ruler-, of m> ridtne land hate not all been wist or onerous or unselfish Iheir treatment of thf iron trade in tiie I i-t e tin) was Hlrteral and Ihe inanufactuie of iron was t imtne enterprise stifled an 1 the nu of commodities in Anienci w enh in t I in order that inanu factur mi Jit be protected and English mere hin s w nth hn p tin wu w i th it time e cm see tint in tl H wi le w irl 1 there is room for the ir n i 1 steel manufactures of I- upland the I in K t s IPQ- Germain -V (U! lor Vbi iiu S Hewitt Ju s held up a beautiful eaeTi i j i HUH pu-on who has distin gui'-li'-1 ins Jt in trade or un ention and XJJP scd p regret that t'ie recipient, ex Hewitt is presented from be n nt and ft rm ill} accepting the medal uhi h 1 11 bee i to him in lyjndon Hi pre-, 1 nt of tie Ymenran i Lui r "Mr u i s i 1 iiess then re i 1 1' f i i tion of 1 ib i -trikes and boycotts i t ms much attention Mr Hewitt s Mi Hewitt s Adding It Ctinn Ind i it tl r i h ut the world thprelili ns u n til i 1 Ul or are far fr m a si t Tl irf i i ittfJlj under K i I f r i j nt n t uuljke Lbat "h f 1 I tl ii i f SF- fdoni at Ue LOS t tl l in v luimt, tht-1 roeess of HI nl iii t 11 la th lemust ueces- h !K i e i i i ST n t riles Mnlence an 1 il SH tr I I th sides to the f, "-it 1 t E s i Thf solu 11 'f ill t el i] D jiMice Jin i it u i t i n til t opinion is defl irtT-f- JJTIT- n i u J duties uf the t utrti hii'i i i i i i il ituiticm shall c as t il i it i a n n of the c i I it i t- rh i u uh di I to eu fotxe 1 i) st ait, nt t ts HI u Ui i idu u idl wrrll his been su-alih i 1 ri it, the i u sent eei tury m r i 1 r l ri f rth "-1'ar of mankind Avoid all Substitutes for Koyal Bakinp; Powder. No other Baking Powder is "just as good as'the 'Royal'' either purity or wholesomeness 'Ihe "Royal" is superior to all others m all ways Most housekeepers know this from their practical experience, and the reports the U. S. Government investigations shoVs-t The Government "cficiirist says ffie "RoyaP is "undoubtedly the pnrest and most reliable baking ponder offered to the public." If some grocers try to sell another baking powder in place of the Royal" they do so because they can make a greater profit upon the other, good evi- dence of the superiority of the "Royal." lo give greater profit the other must be a lower-cost powder, and to cost less it must be made with alum or cheaper and inferior materials. _ __ __ _ ___ ____ Because the "Royal" uses more highly refined and expensive materials it costs more to manufacture than any other baking powder, but it is correspond- ingly purer and higher in leavening strength, arid of greater money value to consumers, although the retail price to them is generally the same. Consumers are entitled to full value for their money, and therefore will not, if wise, accept any substitute for the Royal Unfortunately, not only are many of these would be substitute powders made from inferior and unwholesome materials, but they arc placed before the public with advertisements intended to Inislead_as to their true character A pouder advertised by its manufacturers to have printed upon its label all the ingredients used in it, proves upon analysis to have in its composition fou, substances not named upon its label, two of which are lime and sulphuric acid Most of the alum powders are fraudulently sold as pure cream of tartar goods The danger incurred, should such powders be substituted for the will be apparent to every consumer. ,ou mtic LI i in u i n ti) have tn-e" ssai) lue-i it bMiifHeeilt Bece II it It l nut iHLCssurv auj nev, prin s f j, MINIII it u i uiuurata auy in i i i 1 th it i lab r rua) IH. as i i th i in p i i t u. m i y Tbn d 1 it h tiuio ttppi ua lnjn LRpl ilist-i til d Uib i i a in rw an t r t j Int owuers tn th-1 uts of pi i i Fuu tl 11 it ih ti >t t, in ut iuto the luiiui i l d istn must bo in ti uno QI pr i. i i The in it n ute u mini mous l [0 l Sir Frederiek Mil f j lentfor the ensuing tw t us MR HAYES' OPINION He Ht poiUd UH Seven 1 islng tlu Kinle> (Jet 2, Pi t Hajes in an luterviLW on the Metv i bill yesterda) b ud I eannot I 1 v r Is to express mj at thu is >f the measure l! i-, ruin ma to e r 1 mttr ests and it will do au mfini u nint of harm What do }uu tlnuk of tli i tis ton agahi it it b) Mr I see mil word Mi 1 t ne wrote in the matter I cann >t n I [stand how public men in be bull 1 r piUiests of the tH H bill It is the injst temble hi w that his been stnu k it the ing its existLnee I can onh that I hope such a p tin will i s n ut I cann >t shut rm to the 1 i it be done prottLli i L tli Juids a i I't rsoiis Wele H it W Fsr IXSMD oun Oct Vdilhs ion occurrt 1 bitweeu i i tialus on the t nti il New 1 i i in id at Copake last evening H t entities andscMril cars 1 n i Con ductor and cti rr persons bcnuuslj hurt tx Governor O >elll Stri.ken Bn Via OU 2 Kiournor 0 Ncill wai stricken with u sis and UBS at his borne lu Florence ia i irtical condition His entire rluht si It s UTtcted Llyspcpsh akes the llvts u[ iiuny puj r m fu hlc, c tusing distress alter eating s ir iu h, Mck lieulaclie, heartburn, luss   CES 154 Bijou Theater New York Pricee 25 50 75o and 81 riiAYLQR OPERA HOUSE. S 4.TURDA1 OCTOBER 4TH One evening onl> of the Famous Eztrava ganza of America, RICES BP AUTIFUL KVANGKLINK. Under the immediate supervision of Mr E. F RI( K Mr (his I, Rich, Proprietor and Manager 60 and -5c Tickets on sale at Donnelly 8 riiAYLOR OPERA HOUSF MONDVi THE W OKI D s HA.MPION, JCII1T STTT .T .ITT- A IT, Together with thi Farnest Actor, DUNCAN B HARRISON, hi ifnwisoas Pretty Irish Corned} Prama, HONESl HEARTS WILLING HANDS. Prices-76, 60 anil -IP of seats com- mences Friday AT LIBRARY HAIL FOR HVR OPENINO TUJSDAY HhPrEMIlEK torn THF ORKtINAL JAPANESE VILLAGE. In wlilch Tapani HP ArllsftUB will prac- tically illiiRlinte Iho CnHtoms, Arts and ol their Nallve Land M Fuji-ivwi K YAMADA F BASKP S.TAKI BlOnruWoi Potter Arlldt Bamboo orker Pprcelaln lalnter RKW H rtHAWA JiipnninBlady will preside over a lapancHt leaHoilBe Also Ihr famous. SAN1OR1)   clB Tickets on sale at the I Ibrary rilHE ALHAMIIRA. 26 NORTH WARRKN 8TEEKT, TRKNTOB, N. J. UPDEOROVK R< th tho method and -when p of is takin; it is isant nil itfn-iliing to the taate and acts jet piomptly on the Kidneys, Lutr aud Buwcla, clf.uiita tlu tni (ohK hoad lies and levers and tuio habitual ni'-tipition Krup of iiga 13 the of its kind diued, pitting to the taste aud ao CFJltihlc to tlie srnmacli, pionipt in its aaion and truly beneficial m its efints, prepared oi.ly from the healthy and agreeable substance's, its mam excellent qtulities commend it to all and h n e made it the most popuhr kn iwn. ot Fi_'s u for sale in 50c and bottlta In all leading drup gifts Any leliaMt, dnigpst who may not have it oil hand will pro- cure it promptly fir any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA 116 SYRUP CO. SAN UUISVIIIF, KY CAL NE I YORK. N Y Special Notice. The ladies will find at Walks' all the late arrivals in ookn Yarns, among; WL reconimrad tUc brand-i Eebt imported Germa Yarn, in all colois, best bpuuish Vain, iii all best SHNOII) Wool, all colort. Knittiiiij Wois- tt'l, all i olors inijinrfpil and Ztplijr Gel man town bot ijuahtv Likewise we LiiM attention U) oui iiiand, BIIJK ib ot Fall and Winter Under- wear, Outfits, Clnl- dreus' Cloaks, Coats and Ilata and Caps loi the Fall wear hajulipme ranted made ot the best materials and b-upcuor woikmanslnp Fall ICul ea, fine Muelm Undetweat, de Ac All new Fine m endless varieU One lot fine Gloria Um- wbidi sell at we are now Celling at cost, }es, truly cost, oulj 98c. Call and be convinced. i ,i .i[ OPPOSITE 011Y IIAI.L E II III Atthel-ulr Tho White Cycle Co will OThlhlt Hint lion among Safe ties the Colum Ilia Light Road mer Hafety the Vlc-torSafely the Swift Hafpty and a complete line of ladies Mtns Boys and Qlrls Safeties A SAFETY WITHOUT A CHAIN rank motion) the Hroneho noiseless, chalnless nafetj Our space Is In the new Machinery Hall Building Phi largest mjruRFlNE TRI-AM CHOI OLATE.S guaranteed tobetheHnest made In the U 8 will be found at ANGKT.O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 2O6SOTJTi-i TRENTON N J Fancy Fruits, Ice Cream Soda Water, Ice Gruuii HfjUflfl, Mttk fihnkes-Irtjuiotrndt) Ao. tioatthfttean be boa and made I hese are Frfces conven! ent for all The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., EG SB W. STA J.JB SiJJEji'r, TEKNTON N. J Tranflacts a general banking bnslnesa. Allows interest on cash deposits, uubject to Check Bight Bents boxea of various slRes in ita tiro and keeping the hey Acts as agent for collecting rents and for purchase or sale of real estate Executes trusts of every description, as Executor, Administrator, Guardian, Tius tee, etc Loans money on mortgage and on col- lateral Agents for Cheque Bank of London Cheques for sale, good in all parts of the world. HUGH H. HAMILL, President. HENRY 8 Ln ILE, Vice President, ABA F SKIBM Secretary BARKFH GFMERE JB, Treasurer WILLIAM G MOOBU, Cashier DIRECTORS. Hugh H Hamill, T N Adams, Barker Onmmere, Esq Harry Rogers, DitiKei Jamoo Bnohaniut, Waah'n A Koehllng, Owen H. Locke, H 8. Little, L. B Rlsdon, 8 Meredith Dickinson, J B. Gukill. Edward Grant Cook, Edmnnd C Hill, William 8. Yard, Albert Clayton. AK m w w wimpotflDey KBii healthnUlfrMtorcd Vnrleoeelocartil Maw Home Trettlu fraa and Mftltd Btoiwy, P U. 8. UUTTH, 1T4 Full.. Ht., A. V. Umbrella and Binporlnm FALL AND WIN !ER c i J'nrN i IN c 1. Saturday, Aug. 30. CORRECT STYLES. 1 1 ATI 16 East State Str i i u ir0u lusortment of patterns as follows Wiltons Velvets and Hody Krussels oo. Tapestry Hrussels 55, 65, 75. All Wool Ingrains 05. THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY YET OFFERED. UNI- DQI I.AU 101! ONI I Ali Is tin. natb ujion w ILK b w o Ihuc eondiii t d bu-ii i ind made it a e and do i uMoi u i 1 I1 ir toi dull u in li tlmi_, and unite a (.oilman-oil in Al A Kl Tlrl FHK'K mt-ti ,ttrj "tln-i out tlu i .uid tei_l n in i d the tl.uli will bi null Iii 1 u i inn t bi undi iMild on Ovorcoatn, Capo Overcoats, r JT i C-i t f Jr T j. ANT) OVKRCOVrS OF ANY iotliiiiir mw and fie-li tor Fall and Winter Fun mmsuie-vni.-H nu --t'-wU Sinclair, Vannost Co., 39 First Floor and 39, 41 and 43 Second Floors EAST STATE STREET. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO II. i- H 'X1 i1 i- JA, ZProp., 140 PEARL STKhhT, BTBBBT TBE TON N J TSLRPHONK 482 YOST WHITING MA Oil IN Hi. No Ribbon. Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment Challenger Co., OFNKK VI JFN 11 NO HOT CHESTNUT STREET, smi> Kill ATM ONI SHOUIDiEh lilt TJCORICK >ow of Broad Street Pharmacy. A 10c. STICK FOR 5c llie nnisttriewlnii; Gum thai IH mil 1 In ttie Samoa Brand, ut FITZGEORGE'S, Corner and 8lrnotB. takcs WholiSftki and Hfltall Dealers In btst ides ol LBHIGH AND BITUMINOUS COM. Anthracite Coal, For Baking, Machine Works, Blast Furnaces, Chain Works, Moiling Mills, Our Jumbo, For Domestic a specialty Carmel Qoal. For Open GratM West Va Cumberland Coal, (The Stokfs for ftnd blackamithing, can't he heat Wood, In all shaped nnd kinds WILSON STORKS, PHONE 147 The United Ice Companies. Wholesale and Rcta'' 8 COM -rt P. 0 BOX (Vi9 TELK1 HONK H) Stations for del U i ry (if I re N m j t nil and nee tho largo (issorlm i I ut II. I.. IUGKHIY'S, THB RKLIABLF JtWKI fK 120 Perry Street, Opposite Trinity M El Ohurch J. M. ATWOOD, fiucoessor to McDnnli In t ST illh DKAI KH IN Fish, Oysters, Game, COUNTRY PRODUCE FRUI IS 86 BAST FRONT 81KHET, Wftflblngton Market. DiiUtllng PHOHK 38l   

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