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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               Hi4-III 011 VOL. VIII. NO. 2430. TKUNTON, FRIDAY AFTKKNOON, OCTOBRK 3, 1890. TWO CIVIL SERVICE MEN MEET. Busings oft is National League at Bos on tilt HI I Oil PHI 'iIIH N I lli 1 II V 1 I ti 1 h ill 111. Ih it I t II! 1 t tV I ll II IM M I t 111 I 111 I I 1 i I VH! 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Places w, nch are uot political, and which are tilled b> appointment should be vacated except by death or ition, only by the deliber ate act of responsible appointing officers after fair opportunity of explanation or denial of chaises a measure of relief from one of the worst abuses of the spoils sjatem the league the principles and ob jects of the bill introduced into congress during the present session to regulate the appointment of fourth class postmasters, by causing their selection to be made with our regard to political interests and opm ions Competition on Equnl TeruiB The leaOn-inn its un- swerving fidelity to the American and democratic principle of the equal light of citizen to aud to compete on equal term for appointment tu office, without the necessity ot asking aid from party friends or politic il kadira flho JJtiflalo asso( i Uiou invited the league to meet next }e tr in ti it city It was voted to accept the invitatiuu unless the execvtne committee shouul Und it vianble to where DtstingnUhed Mi u on the Cnnmitteeg >.KH Out At the nuoting of the trustees of the Pialxd} educational fund the following st indnig t miimtties wtie appointed committee, ex President Ilajes, lion J UHLH D Porter, Chief Justice lullir Hnn Uilham A Cnurtnena} Hun Hobu L ex oflitin finance coiismlitu Htn Willmm M J I1 in Ifjlinil V 1 v Praai dent Cleveland Anthony J Drt Hon Randall L dibson and the treasurer Mr Morgan ex olUcio Hun J L Cuir> was unanirnousl) re elected genual agent and J Pienepout Morgan was it, ileettd secretarj Iheothei ofucers of list jear subject to rt- election were re elected ttv frm ii luted Hum PittcJi'i Jump PROMDtME (Jet noon Patrick Devlin bv uuj of emulating the historic jump f Sam Patch some faixty ago dived fioin the parapet of the Pavvtiuket bridge into the scathing waters below find upon rtappe umg on the burface sw un safely to the shore amid the theera of the assembled thousands Ky OcU limn the negro shot and killed iJicy Millir another at Princeton Kj was taken from jail at that 1m e bj a in jb early m the morning aud 1 Miller was 'be. second man that Hunii hud ALLEGED TRAIN WRECKERS IN COURT Harrington Arrested for Perjury TI101 Oct drowns police court NH.S crowded at, un when the case of Michael Klernnn the nlh get! train wrecker was called at 10 o clock District Attorney itttej nod Attorney Delehanty appeared for the people and Kiirmii was repreHented h> LawyerH Ludtlen of thla city an 1 Meegan, of Albanv Cam was also piisent and was represente 1 bj 1 jhn '1 Norton Master Workman Lee ind a large delegation of knights also appi arid Superintendent F A HarnriKton tin i m plamaut aud on whose bworn statement Klernan was arrested was the fust He was cross examined bj Mr I udden, and his testimony elicited the fart that ho had knowledge that the l riso- nerwanm an} manner connected with the Bpikmgof the Wateivhet suiU h or uasat an Albany hotel on that night andhisonl) knowledge wis hcarsaj batkfd up on the statements of Pinktrton Htimpi an 1 Blssell It WHS not until several d the accident that he heard xwssns pected of the crime Cain was pi iced on the stand as a t ness Mi Norton refused Uj answer anv   m i le U] lilt 01 I defendants cjiinvl us te-' i u stricken out as i miatuul In i ,t Grogan John H I obeli I r w i t ness to Cain s allc uli niftssi i s present but his lesti m IH d 1 lunnHteriil a il was i all i Ii I UoMcn then a keU c mil to ll l, ind aUo f i the tin t f Mi 1 11 minion f jr j eijnrj Juste (ji i cl tli it it h 1 11 n (i e led t i i It secure i st i >riaj er he w u l i i e his (Jcclsion until he had s t u d j jf U L Ujotltti ,u} anil il lif n d n ]j inn Ti case until a wick fruin i i_> A Hlg Tinni 1 1 UU C umpanj Pm-H iu (Jit I 1 is si Hid 01 g 1 aeuhont) ti it e i-tern eupit ih h i ganued it iju ip t il tor the p u pose of conductln, the i miss of ni unit .during tinned i 1 lies 11 c U a 1 qtllitirTiif the Wl 1 be it LI i [l more it will run its own tin mines and will trj to control the in tinue I ll tride will beeredel n I AtjOlller UJfiSffCi jJFTTi of 1'nglishmcn will in a few weeks the erection of a tinned pi itc pi ut ai Duei 11 bile ten miles east of Pitisburg The Monuong In Arizona WASHIM.TOS Oct d-N O Murpln, acting of Aruona 1 is made an extended report of the condition of the lei ntorv to the secretarj cftheiu euir Ihe population of the terntjiy molheialU guenj is or In Inns an! residents of mllitan reserv iti ins i i H gam in ten }tdrs, 19 iW) llie M jrm n- number one fifth of the total p i ui n and others are coming in from Ii tho Ht recommends that congress make the Idaho test oath applicable in Arizona to prevent the territory from being Mclmjuized Three Killed on a Grossing M Qiie- Oct 3 While Mrs Dostaler wifeofDr Dostaler oftlnsjii e was across the Cauauiin Pi in ti ic, s m a carnage lu-tlf Mi-, Piche Miss Heroun aneltwochildpeii about "i years tiiBiCirri i-strjck lj) a freight trim and all thi c la lies were ntty killed iliihln.ii cs i, t 1 injlllj Hin He 111 LHei illy Blown O I KIM SHIN N Oct V-i I) ill is li w is accilentallj slut b his b otl ei in law Chailes Si ite 1 lit. out ne ir Gardiner His he i! w is literati} blow n oil Tim Tumhed Him for 810 000 Pm-H f Oct F K (T i d ner an cna vc luinl tr dm n ui liu lrr Pa was returning from r st Inn pool O to some me h uresse 1 Jbrukemen cajkd out Goi finer started for tire door, hut wts mi mediately jammed into a coinei 1 v sev eral men He apologized to one of them After the city was reached Ganlnei fomd lie had too soon His pocket book cont lining OtK) had been stolen by the men HMS a HypoTilte BuudKlliN Oct d-Addition il chirks of larceny and one of foigery haie bi en biought agunst Joseph I Da) Ir the real estate and Metimiyed widows whose claims nggrevate 000 promised to make it wailn foi him if he is ever captured WHIU prominent mem- ber nt St Paul s Mi tho list chui chin Srnilh BrooKljiiandassuperiuleniUiit of the s in day school fin mid a ciicle of fueiu s an I M li i in THE THUNDERER SNEERS American Aid for Ireland Said to fie a Pol'tical Pht v nu 1111 i HI inits llll I hi e Illi I I il i h iliiliu 111 I 1 t Ihul I ill il llu X, 11.- S ill llll ll I I i in 1 In H n n h u U In I in I i I- rnlshi s Un nl 1 I I 1 i 1 i IT le f n IF i t i r n rnlunin Ir III 1 I I 1 M II I If f the t in me in lie! in 1 s i c in iTstnc lliH in i ill ins in 1 J ir tci fill i I I i w l i i milt f nu U tl f nun i Ih il I lie) h 1 i t HI (ill li sh tf h is not I be t 1 1 I h le o ll lu I ht oliilnli of i 1 H s I peiT in 1 th -e ate i ot bt r s L T HlxdLu lor sons [in i th tl 111 method I mil Ihe j filMthe la ci-iuU 1 m ii quen M i i tl inti I i eim, [Her atur it itb spit i i msistiiiM I i- f tne f tl is untn IM k i t ai 1 Is 11 i le in 1 i 11 sists n: tr it Ii in I l1 i h tn f i lesl i i ill m IM i 1 ha 1 bt l) i( jn 1 i I 1 u I) il I n w is alrea t Ihe i] l i! I i i 11 'i) i 1 i t p M r wh .illy d STI 11 If' ml re it linl un and kn t b> ties ol I 1 HI 1 trtmlslnp and poliuca alllan t t Ih L nite 1 Btates it ISilluIn >ot ImlilUTviit. Ih uilh r-> if tins remarkable mani- festo in tint f s rish haste t j antieijj ite the e  men who pt rhap1 in Iielaud or eaten an Irish potato topniou of Ulead Ihe-M Junes Gizette rnminenls- in Bueering main cr upou the in Ameni i to e-t ibhsh i fund foi the relief of famine sutftiers in Ireland It sajs tb emtiit IT oimplj a dod0e to sccuie the Irish Ihe Pal1 Mall G izetto rebukes Thi Times fji its article denying that the dltlon of 11 eland as to" warnnt r hensi ns of a scarcity of food Iheitazette i KS Does Jackfaon's airj seamier Balloiu s plaei 1 absence from Iiclind or tne eager scepticism of Ihe Times that theie is no famine m Ireland Ihe Dill) News sajs KverytrueEn gllshuian h nors the liberal hearted men ofAmerei But true fcnghshman must feel ashamed ot his own ineut which ib onl) odering Ireland coer cion while strangers are offering hei BARBARITY IN INDIA A Brutal Iltisbitil Forcibly Curries O9 His Ten leu Old Wife LONDO Oct i I uijish rule in India Is prospert us mil nell established and the natnes appear eouteuted, although there is a stroi agitation on for a native Indian pirhimcut m winch both states -and peoj IMS! nil b" repieaent-ed Auother movement th t is b nig powerfully urged by intelligent Hindoos is for a reform m the man iws lemiles ale mauled in infant, i I tli I t iko them home wmle hty me children Gil it stieiij, h as b en idded to the agitation for lelorm 1 iieeelit eelilieui in CiltnttH A Hin 1 j wl hid been mm en si t w is a bibe4 month'old obji tt I s Mill ush when tliehnsbind emit) 1 in i her at the igp of 10 y is 111 h i-1 i I mi i tied tlie n i ne p ice 11 'ill the gnl w is bt me 1 f i 1 I] u hlle liPi f tther in 11 h i II I Ml' i tin d il f i the hilt I ll 11 l i Ul' (Us i m 11, i h 1 iw i 1 IH mile! llie lollowing day the girl lull w is dead of the inhuman husband Ihe lattei was inestidTm a n of mu tin fcut nothing could be I against him und he was cleared. I is now sixt) j ears since the burning of widows with their dead husbands was iniolishcii in India, but much more remains to be accomplished to redeem women from their dcgnded condition A DlHliirrtd Attorney Shot BOSTON Oct loner aged 41, of No 7 Charlestown street, was iliot and piobibly fatally wounded m Hay market siiuaie by an Italian named John Gaz zolo of 177 Blnckstone stieet Toner, whi was finierlyn. member of the Suf folk b u wist muled s M ui ui Mat km nl ii] n M, thc Lutl a d s n ,1 iiitii of i Ihe jenrs ti I l n ut (hi tnnn Why Royal Baking Powder is the Hcsi. "The Koyal Baking Powder is absolutely pure, for I have so fonnd it in many tests made both for that company and the United States Government. I will go still further and state that, because of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent upon the proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation, the Koyal Making I'owder Is undoubtedly the Purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. "HENRY A. MO IT, PH. D." 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