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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VIII. NO. 9130. BOSTON AND BROOKLYN They Respectively Win the Two League Pennants 111L VSOYS UltUAL WIND I I1. Mike H Mfil Wulk (XI with tht Iliollirih .ml HIMIUIH ml llji ne if Itrlili lake the I of tht to tho ity of Llimchfh Oct 1 DR rtuil win 1 up of llit, 111 i i JD ur- l 1 tj an 1 the 1 ist Of tlit Pla rs an I n il an beinrt plajiU this afurnu u s H stem team jfJ with the Players It uuue i nn int with 1 i iklj n b u r t: uf scuwnl U H Ii (1 L "ioik tlnrc) Ihe lirookUn Nation IP yU( t am i it H the iua0 nat( p t n n utit I f me nui 1- plaa Uuid J IK IIULS W 111 (lllU 1 for toil in tht ai d NH. liunal L nf in -H are t h e following Pltjirs Iiatue- Nt >rk it hi c lire oklj n at HufTalo Hi stem at P tilbury Phila   f land Nation nl I t ork Ht (IK tfii lioston at C mem natt Philadelphia lit It ti land A reporlt r saw Pres II Dt of tht Nation il league In finswtr to the quistion i' out a eoiifir PI f Mi I) haul that thi re H prol) n' i In one aud that h< w is in fitoi oi siith an niran_t im nt tlip ct n't n nre woultl take 1 nt hi timl 1 nut titt lit thought that i settltmciiL v, is i (Tciled there would li ttto lit I in N iti nil 1 n_ n u 1 asst i iau m Hat sin! ll it 11 hirl had i t I'k w th Ihm nun h ifKiinliMK th< i i t ti r antltlat tl i u r was tr-t inn h in p irntst al out pnlii M Mi saidthf'the did ntt cirea sn ip al i it the (iminni'i deal lit iMinl 1 i t hatt t ki jv tin 1 in tht h He Haul presi nt I think tl at thret nnjor ,._ cu lion nnd the Plaj ers league 'nnean e eel lint (ham e In cjiisolldau 11 e N uion il le f course w ould remain as it is The [Hist i ibout the allotment of [il is ers w uld h to be dcilded b} all thp n tmsted i It is too earl) lo spuik ilrfmitih of the pi po-cd truce Hki'dHirl- LHiiif. foi next season In fad Ihm it on that Mi 1 Kini. ints to Linnnnatl m uscisjn Ihe cil) ih his home I hie icdul in smiimi! all mj plaurs how r lor next se ison and I have mj n a number more to fill up the weak spoth lulu uf Oouiprumiue. _ I here is uu loubtcdlj a strong feeling ex the leaders in the itlon il and PLijciu' leagues and American aiso elation the piescnt dirt istrous CH nfhct tih uldeiasi and the indications are that a inference w ill be held boon between rep resrntatnes of the. Nation il and Players leagues aid probabh of tie Anicmun a soeiation to del ibe home means when a settlement can be perfected lie qmitlou of an actual conference onlv leiked out and there aic vaiious reasons to believe that such anexentwill take place What part the American issoeiation will take in the settlement, if tin re is any is simplj a matter of conjecture but t ne thing is cer tyun, Allen Thurman, Jr a member of the b uld bt held immediately fur the eif the game As far as he knew the I'lajeis had had all the beyt of tht light b fui The Cincinnati Deal Seentarj of tht Hit ikljn Plaj ers elub.s u I tlmt President tude 11 (it otl w in wius m hlcago but would ntuin n YSediiesdij Mr Wnth haul tie (nui hltth Allliiecluto htie! tht ir t eitl fleelcheiks to Mr laltott who w is t j d tht puuhaMiiL, in L uc iiuuti of tht club isiNJUUU He was toi fideut that a tonftre nee w oult be acct table to the local capitalists 1 In Brooklvn Plajers' Le tlub h id lost little uioue) this beason bul it-, jtntts were perleetly tontenttd with the st is n B ri.ctlp.ts. It HIIJ uiiiferoiite wtre he Itl ht thought it would bt at the solicit itiou o the National league" In speaking uf tbi BrookJjDclub htcretai s yttld tha' there iumltl_lie at IHHSI Jmir pluyus re leaded this fall He was asked whethn any of lUrncH meu had Kilned with tht tlub and he replied that that tame undei He ulamiod, i.ywt-ver tb.it the club could yet any of Picsideut Ujiut rt men il w Isht 1 HUM the Lleibs PL LfAULfc L 1' V, L P Ct. 4 ui jl lillad at. r) Illlbljuig 0V b" 4 f laud Boston brookhn tllleag Buffalu LEAGLE 74 L P U L 41 IliTBostou "6 5 Chlcagu M 5J 01 New IjS M I'lillalu 8 51 Ufieland hH (.nitinall W 1'ittsbeirg J 113 AMU'IOAS ASWICIATION L. P Ct L ixiulanlle HJ 4! W7 Ro hesttr W bt Loiiw Tl) 51 5 D Aihlttu. M "0 Cjluiiibuail 56 50 jse 1 05 5S fiulBaltiuioie ft tH MANSLAUGHTER IN FIRST DEGREE Dr. Ml Gonesral Convlttfd of Procuring the Cignrette Cilrl's Death NEW YUKK yet late uuishc I Ins Uiaigi to-the Jim in the case of the people against Henr) Ci Mefione0'al, charged with procuring the di ith of Annie Goodwin the prettj c _ar eiu. girl and the jur) retired At Uli this morning the jur) Hied in and took their places in the jur) box Ihe pnnoner scanned the faces of the juiors in an endeaior to find out from them their verdict Then Diedencli fore man of the Jim rose and when if the jurj had leached a verdict pronounced the judgment which will cause Dr Me DI HL o M Goneg il to p -s the rt n under of i i a r s n ci ll It is of in m of in tii'-laii..! t r in tl i f IM d "H" fl er n in in si n 11 t of In j us ntr s fine to til! I IH u Itli'blun Onh wlitn lie unint, hi> ocuip ition and to 'he c irk he h Itircr r ct himself three til t- j nn ch.iiiuilh t-o H nk h and impus 1 r Ol p' tied fortune mil tht I rtur is leina 1 inn til Oct ID JiuljL 1 nl 1 in ti 6 jnij said th ,t lit li aitih con in the Mrditt ren lend He Ii 1 n jt see m the face if the Ifine th y i nld h ne ren In snj ortier ctth in the one thej bto I0nt l i A fatil (Juarrel I l Coki.Oit 4-Jai.k a i man slim and Williams, f Mockton in thi. Hughes Ljtel llu m udi-red man is a brother of Tom ill i ins tin uoti 1 h The men quar -olid a gnmbliiu affur Williams pcnid tire shooting bmith in tue elhow whcriupon the lattei lireil with fatal tlTect Otii W I Rogers llereaveil BtFfMo Oct 4- A dlapitch from Huh S enhen county states th it the nife of ben Kogerb diedtlareOtt iiu the'MjWT imrrro of winch the gen ti il is snpeiinttndeut Royal rowclcr no VKENTON, G.vrUtiDAY AFTERNOON, Stetes Of Baking Powders, recently made, under authority of Congress, by the DepatUnent of Agriculture, Washing- ton, D. C., furnishes the highest authoritative informa- tion as lo which powder is the best. '1 he Official Report shows the KOYAT, superior to oil othcds in Icavcuiup, power; a cicam of tartar powdei of highest quality. F' The. strenglh of the Royal is shown to be 23 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. VALADE, "Public Analyst, of Canada. FRANCE'S EXILE COMES. Return of the Count of Pans to America I HI IK II OYEE. Distilled thtd Iieiithinan M Met b> M tnv tlie thii Tale War of Ih. I tttern to liuuliuiger O t u it of Paris arrnel on the stt t n i Ct rni nitjtyfer daj lit (u nn inie as boardtd at Q mr autine bj olltttor 1-ihirdt who entered the main siloju where the Count of Paris, Count of H is mills and Lol d Paiseval were, met. After extl anting salu tatit ns Collector Frhardt said I am Instructed by and emme! t of the I uitt I States to t to you heart) welcome to thcdo shores and also eveiy cour teb} which I am ery muc h pleased COIM OFUKls to ,lo" Ihe Count ot Pins in replj to the collector said I thank tou fur this mark of honor It g VLS me great pleasure to make another isit to Vmt rica aud I appreciate blghlv the compliment paid me by the president through you It is a very great honor A Mrctlng of Old Sole! Ihe h of which then followe i I ctwcen the e unit an 1 the mem bers of the reception eommittee was t ery cordial tnd afTettiiiL: 1 hi count shook handi ant with tht difleient ones nearly all of w h mi wtre old frltnds To Gen I lit eihtld lie sal j I am bo glad to lu'im It la so kind of jou to corned n to meet nif w ith the old gener alsoftht Vim) of the I'jtomic Abating the hand of den fiv John Porter the count 8d 1 I 11 to see installed in your nginal posit on I- [nliv den Ke es tl count ru hid to him ex claiming M} eleir Central how do jou lou look j t erj time I see jou The I'altle >f Oftti-burg Gen P nvarl toll ti e c unt tint he had read his ook dese 1111 t ht b it le of Get- tysburg wiWi a it deal of interest the account of tue bdtiltwisat rv futhful one Thf to mt s u 1 (j rier il th it was a diflicul1 position, j _ den ts uwas ami the work there wa- hot inrl The i tall exptnence in that battie as one of t le most instructive I ever hi 1 in military ervtte The Itoiil mger Letters V, heii dsked what In. had to sir about the letters sud to been written by him an 1 recently published bj Boulanger the.conn! si I Lb.j.1 w fc rT c'uT.st he hid of the i ublirauou of a ij suth letr ters, h iMng 1 ten pnblibhed since he sailed anl he cjuld not say a woid about them until he ha 1 seen the newspapers containing the stones m He Drmlj declined to discuss the subject until a later Plans of the P irty The Comt d Haussoimlle told of the future plan of the winch- he said was purnv one of pleasure lhe> will re- main at the hotel until Sunday, whenthtj goto Philadelphia Aftei spend ing a there for Gettysburg, then to st jppm.; en route at Baltimore rrom goto Rlchm ill t ike a s'e imei down the Jamea river, p-tt a Msit to 'iorktovMi thence by sea and the Potomac river to ashington It is the intention of the party to return to England on the Setuio i the 1st of Novem her lie Count of Pans looked the pict- ure of health He wore the button of the Loyal Le-jiou in his eoat lapel Ihiseven- ing a banquet will be gneu the count and party at the Lnion h 14 le club His Death. The valot of the irl taken siek with during tlie age and n is remoie 1 to "i Vincent hos- pital ra a conlltnn He died at 7 o'clock from intestinal ob- struction H'cjmtr thephjsician of the Count of Pir s wis present when he expired He wis jears old ami a nitive of Boskow Aubtri L The Miller Murtlei Still a Myntery CAMDFN V J Ott t deQ nite may dt m the Milltr murder on Sunday when Camden's prosetuting officers are to meet the experts and hear the results theu_nuuute microscopical Investiga'ons Ihosc r ports will hive great weight in determining the ease against the accuseel negro and it is likely that hat e at le ist to go before jurj im len s officials admit tVntTmj tr f lus on thp rlij if tit juuikr it imumitantial ndasiet tint c n i i hi ted If the TTaiion h IT to hitetvtnn on that tl u ml ties that he minht h u h id i h in 1 in II t tragedy then there wi 1 be ipio'tprtt if a t ise against him Ih iisidents if Meithautville are sllthfl pit h QAPr Ihp, mllrflpr that they have rest h i d to fe rm a law and Plelnnu t met titles h Ite vitt 1 Hit sc n i 11 tn t an am i i I inter sti 1 ait ill mm m 1 H s John Morton d U 00 I HI 1 1 1 1110 OlS Ii- Ilaulsim Not i in.II lute? UK n III Oil special lo Iho lnl nne In in 1 mini i s 11 John I tiloiinei I iw putn r ol Pi siuent Harri wns as, Itcstiidij ifhothonght the tlont ttmil 1 be i e indltlate for lenomi nalicin 1 Imn'lt think so, he said In 'net in i wiUi the president [iistilolh woTTln r A pres i it n ii in illti h iw just hi mnj be is pntiv'-mi lo mal i pihti al enemns ttho will hurl the it he is renommated, u d so though Mi II inisen has made one iftlie n st enlist untie u i losidents, It is :iot hkeh h will bt it n inuli il 1 H I n -s! lit tl foi lilnii Dtl Post todaj X-.III j il Hsl Assist u I will il altel I h lift si i tnin--l i I th it u< That, Uimial riiirkson N( i s ministi r to (_ lima i nj 1 littlou I' (I -I I'll 1-1 I I was n n md I n I inxli n Ii i I [Ilk I H 11 t I It lclo  u I limi I oo 4 'i an Pliou ,ami 1 si e when he n sjnasen i ll( m the Lee, Conn   that the house in Su 1 the alk0cd ad u( i urred It Is stated In the ct n have be( u other i contract 1 he defense whether the) inttmiitl u special acts or to bruit, i evidence lliere il specilic d ila Lawjer llenrj D i uraptaiTiT I specifu as i i ss ble 11) support of the i n made aud he sni 1 ti i r- Aftci c between the lawvira tie more specific information w case will be tiled at tils court i ll Ndlli il U vi Oi. 1 i i! i an s II ll I 1 fust 1 nut no itt II Is vi ith r i i s 1 lint I) i ci UK c ii 1 1 mas Piim fir u  th tlio mctliml and results -when i up f I is t iLeu, it la jilensan ami t> the tasto and ntl )et piompll) on the kilnejg Lner and Ui'vels ch 111-15 (ho g) tfli tunlhj di-pUi i ,11 dies and ,111 1 utn lialntua (if 1 igs is th n h icnudv of its kind ever pro dtirrd; [.IfT-injj tu the t.isto and ac to the Etomnch, prompt ii iti iction and triih beneficial m its I' i Is, prepared oi ly from the m lit ilthv and a0'reeahle substaneea, it niiin extillent qualities conimend i to all 'mil hue made it the mos popuhr n nidh known !-N nip of 1 i.'s H for sale in 50i and 81 b< ttlcs ill leading drug gists Any rclu'i'o -nb may not it en h.tnd pro- nire it promptly any one who v, ishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO CtL LOUISVILLE KY ftw K, HY Upccial Ncticc. The ladies ill find at Walhs all the late in Yarns, ainonsr we retoniniend tin. hillowinsj taniou- Best imported German Kiuttuit, Yarn, in all best Spams. Yarn, in all best Saxon} Wool, all tolorb, Knittiujj WDLB- tcd, all tolois. imported Zephyr and (itrniantown only n we eall atttntion to our strand, hiipe rb stoik ot Kail and inter Under- wear, Children-' Quthts, Chil- dren's' Cloaks, Coats and Hats Cups lur the Fall wear Yen latest handsome war- ranted made ul the bes-t materials and supcnoi Fal i Kid es, Corsets, fine Muslin Underwear, ele All new tjoods Fine Umbre'lhis, in endless One lot Jim Gloria Um- biellas, whieh hell at we are. now selling at coat, jes, truly cost, onl) 98c. Call and be convinced. i j i OPPOSITE 011Y HALL There U not nuw nor there erei boon M DIOifTNSON'S Twanty years' experience. The flneflt mate- the most sklllhil componndlng "BALAAM OF WNBSBl for roughs. Colds. Croup and HiVI'R ANli AGDK iND MAI ABU "T.RK BARK BlriRM, the ?r H! and bailor Twenty i TRY The largest variety ol SUPERFINE WiFAM eHOI OLATEH guarantied tobetheflnest iniiile In (he U S will be found at ANGKT.Q CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 2C5 SO u i. M S J. j., THEVTON N J unrj Fruits Ice ream, Soda Water, Ice nn Sodas Milk Shakes, lemonade Ac. on hand.aiid the best that can be had Him made i utiHt? ttiv IH< m conveni nt for all The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., Tranaacra 9. poneral banking bnsinesa. efrreK Kt KentR boxpe of various P 70s in it-s fire RT d iiilir pio if EH I IE the renfor CK luMvntv i ping the key Arts us RKenl' toll 
                            

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