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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VOU VIII. NO. 2131. TKKNTON, MONDAY AFTKKNOON, OCTOBKU 6, 1890. TWO CKNT8 MR.WANAMAKERISFIRM He Will Continue the Postal Telegraph Agitation TO I HI HI 11 He It I' iiml Will 1! luoplf If It teiefttutl p i iJ lie- ham 1 urn n postollie a einl ment 111 fav i telegraphy mass of matt 01 lUSMMSlUB )I ft t M J tiin.it Constitutional Hem fit to the lu O t 6 PwUiiaster Gen IIH% HIH It fttiblic ft letter -s tl t Representative Hlilg n t t the house committee on ib Ijmgau tl ib irate argu of his limits 1 plan of postal llrpcmlid to the letter IB a i i opinions of the presH for and st postal telegraphy, opinions of ft rnicr postmaster generals, aud pronniKUt i ublic men on theconstltu Mt W timiUtiker tt lews JLhe postmaster KUJcral m his letter says in- purl sub f ommttlee OD postal t Ittiaih infoinis me thdt all thfl pirtieii havp J tt desire to be heard OD tht postal tel bills have submitted their irstim jj and that it is in order for mt to a 1 1 m> (lung Upon the subject Af ter f r 11 tr past in the midst of the, coutroursj the postal tele0rapb that i i uvtp ferry yecirft hda goue on wtttf flhtujn tone and range, I am molp than tvtr cum wed or the wisdom tri-1 pi i t ibilru jf lecturing the griph t thepjstal i rute aud make what it wts i itr ided To fw a part of the i si tl s) stem I bd.} closely ht t- G H n H nil against the bill KO fo! b) tiie great telegraph coin [UN h i- nm onlj visible op (j r t ue p si il sen ice To carry th pjs tl i u_ f> 1 1 j -riilprn to at 4 i neb ai 1 >n to "ulr >al service and hi p nil lurthu cause 3 (XJO o va ei jf teli stock oppose is not in ac c s who tht. adopti m in bouie form or thir jftnep st it iph as hostile iiaui g i ojuuw UajMi-coa fronting i p c mt isuit, of no mean im port in t or in t mule It is to give the eountn tst of its postal III 1 Ijll lrt hrmiti Ut ti H people tht ch( ip i> f iii, f tin, rnuit iea ui in j km euuii leroe a.ud civihza- _ tj in __ _ _ tonMitutiuiiility of the Scheme Abto tl cjn-a tun >n il y of teleg rapln iue p u t sajs 'It i 1 b) le trn 1 1 for a quit.Ken me leutjiuj n KL u> t L urtig lug all the mumbtJis )f ihe uj i mt is eidft to realise that the) aie the bctUi oft the more they uie able tu tl euistUes to one thing and aie permitied to see Home resulta from their n ventivt nms It is not a proposition to bu> tht iidlr a is 01 the coat mines or the saw mills f rtlie bike shops of the touutrj It is n n a toiilts slou that American itigtuuit) is n c ip iblo of Keeping up with the m nth of nu K in. tile and Industrial progicsd If jthers cipeak out for the telegitiph stu j Je in the Interest of the cheaper Li at they want 1 believe it belongs to thw dtumu me tit to take stand and I pi Jpuse m telllgenlly peraisteutly to keep Ihu -bubject before you iu that it will not be bffore >uiir cum niltteo will take ateps to give the people the relief for SCRANTON'S SENSATION The Bev Mr KnbeiU Despite the Breach of Promise SCRANTO-J, Oct verdict of the juiy awarding 13 000 for breach of promise m fivor of Anule Husa boe against the Peter Hiberts pastor ERIE EMPLOYES o They Present a List Their Grievances of CHU UN C1UM.IS VKI III S1HI I) They Wl Their M making the UK r md the postofhce a0e r ot the flrst line ot wire conducted l jr commercial and pub lie use-i Ihe old government telegraph schemes were constitutional be said then, of the limited postal tele- graph plan wuich I have been somewhat ciiticised loi bringing forward? There is no doubt that it is constitutional The constitution permits the general govern ment to transmit intelligence for the people The Attorney General's Opinion. 'Ihe pobtoffice department has been do- ing "thts, the money and improve meuts at its disposal, for 100 years It IB preposterous to argue that the telegraph ought not to be utilized for the cheaper, speedier and more accurate transmission of messages I have had prepared and submit for your reference an appendix which touches upon this conai leration The attorue> general for the department assures me that the conclusion that the limited postal telegraph plan is oonstitu tional cannot be resisted The unjeot of tlie BUI. Ihe postmaster general then follows with au elaborate explanation of the limited plan, and of its operation, arguing that it woultl pay the telegraph companies and be more efficient as well as lower priced In conclusion, he says "I desire In conclusion to explain, as politely as ma> be oue or two things that are not understood I have challenged the most rigid scrutiny of the limited postal tele graph bill 1 ask to have printed all of the printed criticism of it wbich have come to my notice as an argument in its favor Ihe limited postal telegraph bill is not a proposition to take money from the treasury or to employ additional civil any power whatever in the hands of the government scujcn isnoUitptasentgtefttsr- and mm c dangerous wBere it is Itiss proposition simply to dovetail together two great machines so that one shall do business cqiwtjibly aud by that means make more money (which shall Jje will Inglj accorded to it by the the other to utilize its present skilled and faithful Biictgy to help supply the people with still better me ins of communication furuLshed httll more cheaply Ue Will Continue the Agitation. 'It is a proposition incidentally to of the'Pijmouth ConBrejjatiojia) chjjrch this city, has not shaken the confidence of the congregation In their fudging from the fact that they decided la t even ing by a unanimous vote not to accept his resignation The Congregational church was taxed to the utmost both at the motnlng and even ing services Pastor RoberU nas present with his wife on both occasions but took no part In the exercises, aud there was great disappointment among those who ex pected a scene because Annie Husaboe who is generally one of the most regular attendants did not appear Her invariable custom 1s to enter the church during the reading of the Scripture lesson, rush forward to a seat directly m front of the pastor, weep quietly until about the middle of the sermon, and then go out as ostentatiously as she entered At the morning-services thesermou was preached bj tlie lUv Dr of tire Jackson Street Baptist church who spoke from the text, >oneof us liveth to him self He laid special strass on the Uiris tlan spirit which prompts people to stand by a man when he Is iu trouble Ihere was a tremendous crush at, the evening services Ihe Rev D P Joi es of the Tabernacle Congregational churtb preach ed the regular service the c Dgic gation was requested to remain and the resignation of tbe Rev Peter Roberts as pastor was read On motion by Mr Joseph. Oliver, seconded by E. B e ishier of the Hyde Park bank action on the resig nation was indeflnltelj postponed Trying to Collect the Patterson Notes N J Oct Judge Samuel -t "TBeudiickson, of Moutuouth county aud William Conover two of the wealthiest men In the count} have brought suit in the mpieme court Henri Kroehl, Importer of bristles rn-Ncw Yorkt A E. lluuhaudu Co lumber dealers, and Samuel 1 Lu How _of 7v J for the amount of" l roinls- sor) notes which are claimed to be for gents Ihese uotes are the ones upon whlc.li 1 rank of this piaee was tudicted seven jears ago for having utter ed Fortj-one indiameius for forger) were found against Patterson, who was sentenced to ten jearu imprisonment The dcoukra was rcvcrjcd b) thv, supremo court aud three trials ensued in each of which the jurj disagreed, whereupon all the indictments were clashed and Pitter son was released fiorn jail and is now liv mg here As the sUte was unable to prove the case against Patterson, Couover and HeD.dru.kson who held, these notes as indorsees, together with about (XX) worth more of the alleged forged notes, will endeavor to collect them all Mauj of the notes aud checks ire ilia vn upon some of the most promu en men in }sew Jerbe) At the time of Patteisou s arrest he was manager of the brand Ujiera house here, aud had several theatrical troops on the ro id Couover aud Hen drickson were his backers and had all the notes discounted Ihe case in its present phase excites widespread interest The Color Line Kiillroad HoiSTON Tex, Oct la Houston and lexas Central railway has negro switchmen in its vards for several jearsf About two weeks a dsumnd- was made for their removal the places to be filled by whites Ihe demand was re- fused, and the firemen all struck Grand Vaster ilkmson was sent for and has been in the city about two davs trying to adjust matters amicably but without avail, as the officials of the Central are firm in their position, aiguiug that if the colored men are gqod enough to sit in the councils of the Kuights of Labor the} should be good enough to work with Grand Master Wilkinson has wired to all members of the executive councilor the railway federation which rece itl} met m Terre Haute to come to Houston at once, and Ihe Impression is general that i strike is imminent The Southern Pacific may also be involved, as both roads are in the Burlington system The Sweating Condemned NEW YORK, Oct The second session of the. national ronventioij of Jew ish workmen was well attended IX dele gates, representing thirty five trades unions of the United States aud Canada being present Resolutions were passed advising au international union of the trades unions of the United Stites and runnrla aa werfe ftlfln resolutions condemn- ing the sweating system, which w n de to- the source of muiili sickness. M.VV 1. i Ot H utivet m Tnlttee 'f fjrtj thtei of the 1 e lerated Bod) of in ietl I il or in I inn "-civ tee of the I ric svsteni eillelfji short the fedf itedloaid evjttts to iceeive at n )ou to 1 i) frt m esttriiv }iull_ want to off b tore v i ve gone far if jou o Ihe tk UK u I will be worse th in i r' il n tiM ur I ic von hfe_s j irre 1 o it ofjou is the Ttci i Ii e i i si s al i 11 iTiaps at the rite t f fi u miles in h n u 1 it rocks 80 that jou e in at ircelv keep v ur ft-et feoicernKS whcti it tH" lu rounding a tutve it stems an age before it ba K to the rail i_ un An i unmeet s I'fe' jeais no v an 1 alter the whostrv tl on the smaller engines have died oT there n t be au) old engineers to be ft i il At hat the luginpeis Want. The engineers now work twelve hours a dav to thtir own ctnpiitati n aud thev tl ev h iv to vv tw ive and a haif houi b f IB thev ue ul for over time Ihev waat ten hours LJ constitute a day's w ik oveitime tj h Oin tithe end that a third if the e xiniT- hive short rundoftlire i labaiftin hours TC.II II a a Work The cr nil let rs SHV flat are now rnn-nin oe 111 en f m I XHJ miles a month 1 hev want tl is r lute t between 4tWOfrid J r n I tTTTl einlfe of otht i roa i in cc i r etn jn "vv th the 1-rie ihe aenn il dtm nl of neer-j liremen n U t irs ind brakemen is to hivp ten Ii toistitute a
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(hnl'v e 11 head i lies- and foeis the Hstc and at u-jitaUo tt> tlie sttmmeli, 111 ita aetnm and truh beneficial in its fi' its, oi ly flora the healthy and asrieoable substaures its I mn oxdlldit qualities commend it to all and h IM mult it the most ptplll ir H 11H LllOVMl of I i s is fir sale in 50c and bottles 1 ill leading gi t? Any i 1 i' It who may not it iu hind pro- cute it promptly f r an) one who wishes to try u_ not actept any gulytitute, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAf, FHUCISfO tnmsviuc, -nrr n r Upecial Ntticc. DELICIOUS, STRENGTHENING TO THE NERVES TCJ ami coffee (.hcer but do nut nourish The) leave an injutioub effect upon the nervous bjiteni there is no beverage like even Indeed c "BEST GOES FARTHEST1 It stimulates and nourishes as none Other It i s r and is a rlesh former oflhe nlObt appi I j IIOl TEN'NCOtO t o ice tr ed ihiajs ui d I Thrilr It with pleuiure und ttie tfetik Impunity TheexcUlnn und colTee ure Intel) by ittfudr nn ruui lleved nnd prevented Oellcloui to the taati 1 AMK. FOIl HOI I t V N rany take ffet ta if tfu Umbrella and Vftllne Emponurr I l jr L tht Ii r J1U 11 l i 1 i U 11 tl ,ht In )n- l d tl i the a jlllei l ai 1 1 if 1 jn i la OutiiH, Chil luaks, and Hate and a] s loi th' h iiKKoino rantid ru uk ol the, lift materials and MIJ emir F'all Ilnsun, Kid (iknf, Coi fine I mluv.t.at. ir All Is the method upon w huh ahMijs Lomhittnl U isiiu at, and made it a We piopo--t. diulthijnt iistmui dollw for dollar in Clothinsr, and unite a coiniiaiiMin in VLITl, MAKIXU, AND- uitk unj in or out ot tin and tee) the tiade, will be, sutisht. 1 uumot on H'all Ovorcoato, Capo Ovorcoato, I T IV" o full tut 1 i i i i tl e I tli bu-Uls I WUL feu i i) i prc -t i i) t litre in t UK were theirca b) ui lu t ntl i Ii at tin p 11. t r i been 1 i-. md doll i T m rustomshuuse Ott tlie giuiu U c Canada. j with It Absolutely Pure. A of tsrtw I puwder. Mt of in iMTWg H. "t An Attorney In Trouble. IS Y Ott 6 W P New York lawyer nnd a grad uatejif Cornell was arreated_ Eere on a dispatch from Inspector of New York, charging him with grand IffrcenJ IS fa rliarged ITiaf Hodson appro priated belonging to a client and left New York two months ago without mak ing n settlement He Is said to be vvell connected and to have ilch relations living at Ithaca, N Y for tlifl Mississippi NKW YOHK Oct Mississippi river commission, winch has IK en sitting in this city for the past week finished Us work Saturday night after apportioning over fnr_thn Impiovempnt oiihc IQVVBI Mississippi and its tributarus Ihectm mission will report to the qecretai j of war and the work of improvement will bo be gun as soon as he shall approve the nppor tionment. Fx Mayor I'emlloton Divorced FORT Tex Get 0 Black hall in the district court granted Mrs Ti No. 1 di> oroa from ox Mayor Pendleton and aleo gave her the custody of the children. Addle Cullen, the tele phone beauty, will join ex-Mayor Pendle ton in Chicago and a second marriage cere mony will he performed IB U not surprising that nearly evei y house hold In the country should be acquainted with the merits, virtues and the healthful properties of Hires' Root Beer? A 25 cent poCKflge mftkea five gallons aVtnke b eontejjiplated if the.t demands are refused Mlnrra Stilke for More Wngoa BKAcuoch Pli Oct miners' strike has been innuguratetLiu the Pennsilvania district in which over 400 miners ue interested 'IhejnintrH are Bra ployed m the upper distiict of railroad minit, tlie Pittsburg, Viiginia nnd Chariest in raihoatl near Monongahela City I he) were receiving sixty cents per ton aud now dem aid au advance of six cents per ton Ihe 11 eiators in May en tcred into an atjleenient with the men to p ij them sixtj cents per toil and the scale was to st uitl L.OOO1 for one year Ihe oper ators ma le largo contracts on that scale for tho tntire yuir and positively state that thti cannot and will not accede to the demands Hi Allixkod tho Wionu Mnn ST I tit is Mo Ott 0 shortly before 11 o clock last ODjiintll 2l) vtars shot ami iistmtly killed lohn liiintj 1 }e u s 0 Dotinel! in com pany w it Ii two innK m n witjbiving cauls in tl t purl >r f tl e I ISH No La Fonnestrt t vv lit n lint in and in n 'it of 1' ilons ri t slnl In tl 0 Honnell sevnal t n sin th bit ft and sh uhlcrs Tht' latter tlivvv n rtvolvtr nnd find, tho built t takniK effect l i 1 nni 5 s brain and causing lust ml d ath O I) un llnwounds are serious but not IK t tr h fatal The Importance f i n r not be overcslimit 1 f blood 5011 cjnnot cnj v P S the Wood can- r v ithout pure 1 licalth. At tins n v one needs a good raeilicino to 1 1 i if v u ilize, ind enrich .tllU. jtur u in H TO-lrrtito Itel h it ilio H 1 Su ipui III Piepiied b) C I H r i arilla is worthy 4 I ttillir lirtlul II 11 tl psjstcm crcites tl digestion, while it i trill 1 hj -illtltuggisH 1 u. Lovvellj Mass. Fine in endless One lot Jim Gloria Um- bi lias, whieh sell at 50, we are now filling at lost, jcs, trul) cost, ouh 98i Call and be PPOBITEi CITY HAIL is not now nor mere ever Boon u cara u DICKINSON'S MRTJlUlNldB. Twenty eifC'lcnce The finest mate- rials, the most. Bk'llful componiwilng "BAlSiM OF bJNBSEl for CcmghH Oronp ant! AsUlffift ANlv M.LE AND MAI ARU ClKJl PFI.rVMN BinSRH thf ertfii R tntl enpr 1 fcr. TIIXM Tho I nrt. eat Mil-let y ol fUPfEiFINE CRFAM HOl HI A FES to betKe finest nniili In Hit V will be round at ANGKT.O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 2C5 SO u i M BKO A X> STREET, IBFNTON N J Ftnry Fiults loe ream Hotla Water, Ice Cretin Kudus Milk Shakes, Lemonade alnajson hand ana the uest that can be had and I hene are lacU Prices convenl eyit lor nil The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, irust and Investment Co., AND OVERCOATS OF ue.w and trcah tor Fall and Winter Fnu n out ot oui Full Drmd buiN reads made Sinclair, Vannost Co., 39 First Floor and 39, 41 and 43 Second Floors EAST STATE STREET. f ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO II. >''H i- 140 f K-VRL STHEbT, FOKVIILT HiHi-loH STBBBT TBKNTOS, N Also, Qvn.BrB.1 TKLKPHONB 482 No Ribbon. Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment E. Challenger Co., OKNEKAL AI FNTS, ND CHESTNnT 1'hlUdelphla, BPND JOR I ATALOOUfc WHTTING MAOJIINHl. ,.f Fall itylen Dohhlns, the Hatter HeadqoM-leri for Tiunki and 8. One Ooilar Wilson Stoke Wholesale ami Hi lull Healers In neat LRHICH AM) lilTUMINOUS COAL. Anthracite Coal, For Baking Works, Blast Fnrnncffi, Chain Our Jumbo, For Domestic nee a specialty Cannel Coal, For Open Gratffl West Va Cumberland Coal, (The Stokes mint) for and bhtckumithmg, can t he beat Wood, In all shapes MM! kinds. WILSON STOKKS, PHONE 147. A33.d 38 W BT A X-t. TRENTON N J Transacts a general banking bnalneal Allows interest on cash deposits, subject to cBpck at sight Dalits boxco of j in its Ire mid bnrglar proof vanlU llio exclnsively keeping tho key Acts as aiient for onllieting rente and for purchase or sale of roal estate Eiccutes trusts of evtry description, aa Eieontor AcWinistrator Hnardlun, Trua toe etc Loann money on mortgage and on col lateral JgouTS Ttrf rriotiUe' KaifK 'Lonaon Cheques for sale, good in all parts of the world. HDOH S. HAMILL, President. HKNHYH LITTLK, Vice President. ABA F HKIEM Secretary RABRFB UFMKBF IB, Treasurer WILLIAM G MOOBF, Cashier. DIBBCTOBB. Hugh H Hamill, T N Adams, Barker Gummero, Eso. Harry Rogers, Barknr Onramere Jr lamea Buchanan, Wash'n A Eoeblmg, Owen_H H S Little, t B Blsdon, 8 Meredith Dickinson, .1 H Oast ill. Edward Grant Cook, Edmund T Hill, 9 Yard A Ibert Oltyton The Largest and C-hoicest T-ine of lil.AUK l f 1 I V J. B. HOBF.N8AGK, SOS SeconA Stiaet, PA.. The lenolnu upeclalliit in Youthful Impru- dence Young men coutum plating marriage Mnd tor Book. Beat on receipt of 2o Oonmltatlon honn 8 A. K till 1 P, M., ftwm P M. nnUl P OlCttfl OH gnnAafl. AH the staple fabrics, such as Priestley's, Silk Warp Hen- riettas, Armures, Camel Hairs, foulai, All wools in 'Ihibets, Cashmeres, Serges, Diagonals, Camel Hair and Habit Cloths In Fancy Blacks, handsome Brocades, Satin btrtpes, Blocks and Armured effects. Black and White In Stripes, Halds and Checks. Iwo handsoms new Black Dress fabrics are the ''Cru- venetta" (a water proof, fine twill, 60 Inches and the West of England Ladies' Broadcloth, Courtalds, Crape and Priestley's Nun's Veiling for veils. Black and Colored Dress Silks, Velvets and Ribbons. Colored Dress Goods, Plain, Plaid, Stripe and Fancy. T rimming Silks In Black, Black and White and colors. Table Linens, "lowels, Napkins and Crashes. Blankets, Comfortables, Quilts and Counterpanes. Hannels I will, Plain, F ,ncy and Embroidered Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear and Notions. A cordial welcome and polite and careful attention will be to all. Kvery yard of goods will be found as
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