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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. VIII. NO. 2135. TKENTON, FlilDAY AFTKHNOON, OCTOBKH 10, TWO nr vis PRESIDENT KING'S "NO." 1 he Demands of Erie Em- ployes, Have Been Refused. Kt 4 SONS I OK I HI (OMPVM SAtT I aliU i t s the Itoud ad High M. ami CvnjM? (jutMitlj t r bimilar herv ices thin th i i n iptt and ad ja rta lion it ai n t (tfj'-l t psj htgtter than th its And the f IK t is tl it its present rates are almos! w tl jut ex jit i ju r thau the average pi tl t in In tin. fe v instances where it s n t th i t tlit c uipauy will how m rt- 1 ij ist r it s With tl of Feelings far ii the in m uum nt jf the cor p >rute b iMtK i HU 1 tiit empi v nent anc disupbn jf the t IDI mj oftu are ton tri I tl in i are com mtted b> law u Lit ttiii d seietiju of the officers u 1 i i t r-i i II I a  Be a Strike A re; un r h imn ui last night an 1 he did not c re to make anj Bta'eineut a meeting at Jerht> Li I- 1 lay ht said, and con aider the matter h it do }ou think of the refusal to grant )oui demands5 I htue nothing to say now M 'Is it true that the Erie pays higher wages that competing "Xo it pays less said some time ago that the men would insist on their demandaT 'If we did not intend to insist on them would not have been and then Mr Ttoungson withdrew Ihe committee is said to have full power to act in tnejpreb at -caue, "HTitl rtrmny-i do so for era! dajs and then agun it ma> The meu are reported to be in no mood for and some-ot 4hcm-t4imfc that the company is playing a game of Wuff A Protest Against O Kellly s Memorial BobTON Get 1U following has been received b) ftie mayor lo the honorable aldermen and councilmen of Boston The undersigned citizens of Boston most earnestly and emphatlcall) protest against the appropriation of public funds for or allowing the erection of any memorial in any public grounds or building of the city in honor of the late John Bojle 0 Reillj editor of The Boston Pilot and the indefatigable enemy of the public schools Ihe communication has about 1 000 signers Oct 10 private tel- egram received here announces that Geoige B Henderson the manager of the seven tj one cattle outfit had been killed by one of his emplojes No further details have been received as telegraphic comma mcatiou has been temporarily interrupted A Lineman Killed PoucHKrEPsiF, N Y, Oct Henry Streum, a Western Union lineman, was fltruck by a New "iork Central train while stringing this city and instantly killed He was 26 years of age and lived near Rome, N Y She Made Twenty Knots. NEWPORT, R I, Oct The United States djuamite cruisf i Vesuvius made two runs Friday over the measured mile course at full speed with forced draft and all boilers working, and made twenty knots an hour PUW'iLlI Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartw powder, HUfh Mt of ill in Ot THE PULLMAN PATENT bUbTAINED A Hint ID tu 000 tu the Coinpii B oios (Xt 10 1 ut, i'ulln an Palate Car tumpHii) haa aiu t sfi 1 m Ha vestibule cur suit against tie H sU n and Albany lailruad Lilt in Inn de cision after ut U the clainiB of the Pullman patent in cou iiettiun with tbo first dLZuusa, which Is tliat the patent is nd f jr nuvel-tj CuusidfrUiii the amount of thought lu the oouuti) dnectfcd t HI i improvcoients in rtulway HIP  ossible tlint th Pullman HNhtLin in uf it it has accomplished and UIL iinuiei ite reu tiou of its inertia tin t ut f exercise merti) of inethwt c tl s ill au 1 therefore oot pateul iblt ui it r the 1 ot the L nited btale-s 1 t a ug out the btsstou-i jJuiLiit I cuu uothmg iu thi. prior state of th art Inch anticipates the Pull in in utet t or which should reuder it void lor wuut of pattuta ble ;iovelt> Concern lug the befesions patent grautet to H H besaious Nuv 15 1887 which wui applied for two waeks btloie the Pullmau appiientiou was made aud which the de ton tended described what ia claimed as tbe Pulliaau u Judg Colt KRJU that Hut nn( Uj -j ttiiu lueideut to a tiulu of cars nameli, to the starting   railroad and in of the Pullman is worth 000 to that com pany The WeBtminater Revision PliiSBLRG, Oct At the meeting of the committee on the revision of the est minster confession of faith Dr R R Booth, of Ne.w and hlder M H Stratton, of New Jersey were elected tc take the places of the two membub who resigned A resolution was passed accept- ing the itation to hold the next meeting in the Church of the Covenant in D C Feb 4 No formal ac tiou has been taken and it not now likely that there will be a vote at this meet lug- ef the coHimittw. J xpressions on sections of articled read ug as follows Bj the decree of God some men aoc angels are predestinated unto life and others foreordained to death was received from thirt> eight pres byteries Ihree favored omission re vision, aiae of t-anou-s kiu'l.t and sixteen the oruisfaion of the last clause W hen chapter 4 was leached a number of scientific papers were read asking for the elimination of the clause stating that the earth was created in six Ihe pinion acfciued to prtvuil that the TYI tioned in the Bible refers to six periods of time and the section will probably be changed to express that idea A Mishap to the Cruibtr Newark PHII M ELPHTA Oct 10 uew cruiser Newirk which left Cramps her initial trial trip returned to her dock in the afternoon with a section of her machinery broken hen the cruiser left her wharf she was sent at a high rate of speed down the river Just before she reached au unusual jurnng was noticed throughout the ship The machinerj stopped aud an examma tion disclosed that the rocker shaft bear Ing on the forward eugiue was cracked The injur} was of such i serious nature that it was impossible to repair with the (T and flip d cid6d to return to again ihose who wereou the when she started Sown tHe river say that her speed WHS very great and that she promises to be one ot the fastest vessels ever launched "Germany Lnlted, JLurope Pacified PARIS Get The Gil Bias publishes a report of an intetMen with Kmperor M illiam during is m Austria The kaiser represented as having dilated upon the Teutonic chardctei of the Alsa tians It was thgduty of Germanj to as sist Alsatidii industrj and commerce He declared that he would spare Als ice Lor raine tlie horrors of another war The socialists bad too long been treated as savage enemies Bismarck had tried to force a policj of perpetual war therefore he had been left at Friednchsruke Ger many united Europe pacified that is my grand dream concluded the emperor The Reunion a Grtuid Surceas TOPEKA Kan Oct 10 state reun ion and sailors is a great sue cesi On the dome of the capitol nearlj SQQfeet above the ground is a gorgeous displaj of incandescent lights arranged so as to make the greeting elconie G A R 1 he priucipal streets, business houses and residences are decorated Ihere is already a very large crowd in at tendance loday President Hamsonwill be present nnd it is expected that the largest crowd ever assembled in the state will be in ntteudance A llejerted Lover n Deed LIONS la Oct last n if, lit near Clarence la a young man nnim 1 Mat thias drove to the house of Tohuson Stears, a farmer and iuvuul the latter's daughter to take adme She refused aud hei father ordered Matthias from the premises thms then drew n levolver and fired first at Stears and then at a brother of the gul, mining m both lhe.il he shot "himself through Tlie breast, inflicting fatal injuries Matthias was in toxlcated A Snub for Chlrtigo H Fall ROME Oct 10 Italian committee on "World B fiur exTubiU firw dlssohed The reason given is th tit few Italian houses care to send displays to America in the fare of the high duties im posed by the McKinley tin iff Fired nt tho Prlefit, CovsTAvnxoiTK Got 10 -At the close of the service at the Cathedral of Koum kapeo un Armenian ni the canxragftt-ion fiied two Us at the arch priest V ithor of the bullets took effect The man s  j xijmti it i i i s rt L 1 t j t I IR s ipt r I mien Ie t iJi 1 1 ht assistdil suptrint [lit Di G 1 11 jd ILL 1 i i is h n 0 ei a i e i from tin asvluM tl i ti an 1 s tu en gakt iu alt U u The tackd ei i ik stu d barehead in tbf d r uf tl c the-e a big biftn 1 ne rev in eac hand H with th light peculiar rous Iunn ic an Dr I i j) i an 1 i i-, e mi, uu DH JJr Me Greil HI 1 f i 1 an 1 lUit huel der ni'-rr t n il 1 tl t the} weit 11 extreim jerll Im.ii In-t th I a if} tl i i i ii s tl n x w i U me then OM ud Ii t u 1 ni lie stoot m ti i i ru iv fur i i i int t irinf, a the er e 1 nun and tl en 1 m sav 0( i DM is Dr r laming Dr 11 i t H tinkered the j ape bef r I in 1 i v re i Oi I u s h t i j jut on lus ha and, coat i t n ut "Moment of Tei ror lJouv.h it i i kt 1 ufl s still st trmj -ar t L- k- SH ai i I m t bel evi it Ihen I e 1 t t1 e lr r jf th- pimrniac i ah n1- tiie luce n thi north i j 1 I t k 1 in 11 g tl c f ju men wtlli i )fv  was bi hiri i 111 m i it iit -i iv i it Denied ike half an 1 n n UKI LrM moved to vaid Dr I 1 urs The IhjHHiins Muidci The lui it c ai 1 j o i ing tie coolly walked U[ to the d or chair place 1 the if tht m 1 vvl ieh i neaih a foot 1 rif, il t i_fiint-t the doc tor h It ft si Ie and fire 1 11 e 1 ul ft piercet In M tnd through U H< th tip his hands arose cot in 1 is chair and claimed UU DuUKb-UH he wag top pi u __v T hs 1 r idTifnh nne rh assassin dnotfjer bullet through the doctors neck He Another tl t n left the asylum am started f i th Kings intv hospital with the avovip 1 itit n of kil'iug Dr Arnold u e --urge i the e but fort Un iteh tl out irom thelittet i lace his s s weie lost uutl he was a the )rL terminus of the bridge i- he Wti-. aluhtmi luiilac Dr V'-hf rl lal jtiot eonie over tl bn i tt loufviug the Brookljn police reasoning that the murderer would return tj on tlie next tram Dougherty time ind was arrested v ill h id tl e two anc in his were a uuml ei  biam im orphans I would wish to 1m on and now farewell JjMVflE He I ted to Dit Cltlinr 1 i ri WRIP flfldrpssedta his moth, er, Mrs M irj, m t 0 UIcuu V Mr kr N nndLhailes 0 Pears n room t war department 'iitMton 0 U I) uglurty vas con in the Kings count} its} him twent} tvM in i iths find (si apt cl on bt j t JJ It is Iciirntd thil imt IhuiMa} he bought tvvo n at 4! Lower} to kill Dr I liming and he i In ittt 1 al tht station hoime that Hiinkljn to kill an 1 full; ex peet-e 1 U> e kiUetl himself it i f j s M id f iifuiuutioti gained wide notor et} b} his mad inf itiwti n for Mar} Anderson Ho followe 1 her t i I nrop( and disturbed her and m whileahe UAR act ing by his attentions He met her once when she rt tnrriL I frunabioad and vvaa urrtsted foi thu exphiivenpHs nt his devo- tiou Di 11 }d whom killed, was }tins ol 1 tiid unmiuied He was orlandi VUH n ui hue Ht sncmded John I imlur as assist int snperin tendent of tlu I hthimh isvluin aboirk three jt in sue, 1) 11 w ill be turned over 'o !b lit nut bin tics A I hllulolihU Flrn Pun vi i O i ID F n last night jfctnned I !H i illt omnufftoturing ea bliihinptit of 1 1 T >HPS on I rank ford ivt im I 1 it Is ft not nurprlBlng that nearly pvery house hold In Iho oountry ahoiild ho with the merits, virtues nnd the healthful THE NEWS IN BHIt F .MUl, I 1 I I rliiuv 1 I II is M l H in is be ti fcr si ilu Kt[ ul in i f tl II M in if i i i a iti n I milt f i t i i te r> rn i tr ut 11 n i f 0 e Mon i i Ii 1 In crtM-. f I t 111 Uh If l' J KlU" Ati Will L 114 1 tl W 1 1 DjojierUegof EpotJXiWt lm-1 Itl tl t all is I t 1 [I I l Uui it i L ii agei (I 1 1 f t r tit i ds n II il i tnti n viHn ro TT t HTiln 11 VL, t ttl n uf Ntvv 1 t b et iu SH s n in II si u f nan eh tt i tl i Mi t rs drt I i kit I arside f ishim N H L i 1 H e pit si lei t N Stranm M illt Me krm secretan and t L V Kt-lki j[ ictster A K L Ills f st. Albans rf IU ui the executive board VViltm of B st n At New rk tl e lice c air a Iv ftbowa r s 11 10 be hear 1 f r m an acreage of m nis tiit nth rej orted bv M 1 r as tho ceu-Hw-of "f wfcolf CJt} The coroi er s jur} at CHI kn J held mt it I ingo for the in r i f Mrs Annie Miller 1 he I f n 1 f aljor VV 67ld itt's paj charges William H if tit thi British c il in New York 1 hnng 4 Red Jittt M Dennott to h nmit  tu and the Toban Urt 10 the i eomt nt i m the commute tions deemed it inexpedient t i vorably on a memorial from th association declaring agai ist t tobacco bv I imenihst Mr of Ridgewav N amendment which was adott 1 conxpntion resets the use f r clerfivmen in its fellowship declnrlnK th i! the liquor tiafl enemy jf the.Chnstianrelig 01 i each member f the chinch t< 1 or her p wer t restrict and ext i same was 1 1 pted Vn ainf ing tl e I it sti-sftlists as a I tional prolnl u in for the i was 1 down Hie 1 were plec sell New Ko hist tn i u of w work in t' 1 I 1 it I (j I mver H sol u it fa Niagara ie use ol n fTered tut thi b lutio thegrea durgin all in hi iiNh th r j edg- r i ntitu 1 uio i'i er 1 I u rk t 1 w ik j i state Ai 1 u i was meet i K T r i o n H M iiurlpil iw i (J f III M libei it n tlit. P t M i last niKht i ji n te- 1 i f t 1 ex r i i 1 1 e t i that tl f i ior intMit of 1 1 U i au 1 D n i i tickt- 1 is i-> t it I i i I HI i M tt C in H Dt t mi ti UK P I) in an 1 pie-.e t n i i 1 1 r t it i n J  Nieht It sson U i r liter an el c ur i il t it t j hut 1 et i n n i i h t n 1 the mi u w i 1 1 1 i N Makes the livo f n n v j eople misprabie, disti ss aft r f it sour st mach, 3 k hoadicue 1 aribi i loss of appetite, a Uint all tent t duu, had tiste coated _. t tnd irregularity of DlStrOSS iheUweK After t t. t of itself It re i r s cirpful attention taring uil t llho Sarmpanlli wl cl 1st, ntly }etefficicntlj- It tones tl o nu h regulates the diges- tion, creites i j, d ii Iftite lianishes 1 il lif _ OICK ind refreslifs tht nul Headache I 1mo b en tr nil 1 with I lul lut little ijiUit n 1 whit I did cat di r 1 me or did mo 1 I i p I After cuing I w ui i 1 i flint rr tired ill s ne f eling is tl u Ii I hid int eaXui M} ti tiL.lt li_ inv bu mess j ilntii g si nni, it k ii u su -niiioii d i n in Stomach in met so am 11 1 f L, d It me m re! Ii TII 1 i f I Irl shul wl I Ii t ei n IIL: I Ii 1 1 r nsly exper C.E< in L A 1 i t Alls Hood's Sarsaparilla Sol 1 1 .11 lr ti f 1 sii f r fi Propni-ed 1 1 1 j byl I IlOdl) ttO M I "narlos I owi-ll Maai 100 Doses One Dollar Wilson WhnJeflale ana He tail Dealers In best i ]f s of LBHI6U AM) BITUMINOUS COAT-. Anthracite Coal, For Baking Machine Works, Blsnt FarnRcew Chain Works, Rolling Mills, Au. Ac Our Jumbo, For Domestic nse a funnel Coal, For GrstfR West Va Cumberland Coal, Ufle StokH mine) for Hteum nnd hlBckflmithniK, can't U beat Wood, In all ahapen and klndn WIT.SON STORKS, PHONE 147 1 I 1 1 1 1 II I I I t 1 U I 1 I 1 ill I 1 f tl I til I UHl I 1 I ti! m 1 In 1 H I) s ii u I I (_ 1 1 It r I rN u I 0 it ti i I v tut- r I in H 1 I II- 1 1 t I t f 1 til lu tt to dein unl ttu lit st IHWH n t! nut Jiet Gen Clark-oil I! uitUnmeK Itelni mbei e  1 t i lark Iftst n n' t i I u t it f t ui l ai 1 11 nut iful t u It u tl f mptrye In the ft! t t tl tit assistant j MI tet n I il 1 'ie i u L nt ii v li 1 i n a s lid leaf lulu tit UIIVL! 0? II T L i Tiist utl e de I i II t ikcn el tlielj 1 s r( i i Ie his hear felt it tu 1 'l t 1 1 11 1 ai I ills -ttlli i_f I _ j-, 111 ui, H lo plea-iu i tm-1 t j tl Ii iin 1 1 t It1 Kl hi! I u r "in' Ii in I i t'n 11 ci tu di i hni 1 .1 1 i 1 i in Ii i i i] i ti i i nip f I is tli ruiiilv or its iMini pro I nl, t) tlie Ubte and ac c j il Ie to tlie ft muh, pi nnpt n Ktinn iieneliufll jn its prcpupd ot fi >m the 1 I'tllV Till HfTlOflllo it ijii uitu 9 cuinmeiid i till UN! 1 u f in i L it the IIKJ- il ir n in U kn n r p of 1 i ia ft t in 50t wl SI 1) M U ill 1 limp duu   If l1 k dl '_l t in not hue it i i L ind Mill pn> tine it ]ir niintl) i i i i one iu to trj it 1 J 11A accept ai CALIFORNIA FIG SYHi'P CO. SAH FRAHC -CO C I LOUISVILLE n Yi.KK, A Y FOR SAUI Bel to the estate of the IntP Abrahan A Cox situated at Norristown la 10000 BARRELS BuslDPSH II IIP l Frontage on Maiushr fcrt on Marltlj lur-t-ticr parUiiilarH and ppij to ABUAM H t Notice. Tin. ladii.8 will find at Walha all tlit late nrmals in Woolen Yanm, anioni; wo bigb ret niniRiid tlio famous biaiuK Btnt iinporttd (K. i man Kmttiu Yarn, in all ml Innt bjianish Yarn, in all tolois, lust Kixonj Wool, all eoloi1', trre ted, all colors impoitcd Zqiliji and Zu{ hjr in (.i> bttit Likewise we all attention to our ib Htmkot Kail and Under wear, Outfits, Chi! drills' Cloaks, Coats and Hats and Caps foi tin Full wear r) latest liandsomo stilts, ranttd made ot the lust materials iind superior woikmaiiHhip Fall HOHRIJ Kid M, Coinets, fine Mnsljn Underueai, ie All lew {roods Fine tlmbiellas, in endless tariet) One lot fine Gloria Um- jrellas, sell at 50, we selling at eost, eg, truly cost, only 98c Call and be eonvmced r 4 OPPOSITE (ITY 'hnlaruPRt variety ol HUWlinNF TRFAM CHO( OLATKH tohelheflnent made In the U be found at ANGKTyd CAMKKA'S Fine, Store, X AD B i TRBNTON N J Kanoy Ice ream Boda Water Ice roam Hodftfl, Xlllk Shaheft, Ijemonade Ao alwayR nn hand, and the bent that ran be hau and Thoeo are foota -'f UNLIKE TEA FOR THE NERVES. UK claims of toe u is mstfil irtule >f diet arc sttadily winning; rec .gmtimi k ti i ui 1 it ii a ,t onl) a stiinul int but i n mi ishti in I it h ls thr it uh mnge ot leaving no naixotn elftLts II n it is a Uptr 1 t general The strong ma> tak< it with and the wtak ith impunity N'8 "BEST GOES FARTHEST." If tPFVBL c A I n rv u, U  od limiting sjronn N ou know we In 1 il m lehable nuteiiils and work Ii m m -t k ind idnnt iiotliini; but tin 1 i i v iloth and trimmings 1 it n ikes ifes lotliitij' fun IN f i it- i Urii-d and ijieat diiraliiht} A C. YATKS 6th Chestnut. 13th dies nut (1 edger Building ONI: IIOLLAH FOH ONI ooi LAH Is tlu nietliod upon win hwi ondii and made it a-.IK iess u-t mi i d illar for dollai in lotlniiff, an 1 a i omj an-on in Ql MAKING, THlMMINGb AM) 1'RKKwith m} otl.ei in or out ot the and feel is-nud the tiaik will be sati-tu 1 u e cannot he nndei-old on H'all Overcoats, Capo Uvorcoats, IVI C JC 3 I OVJtRCOATS OF ANY DESCRIPTION. Clothing new and fresh tor Fall and Wiutei, Fine Cl tiling nieaouie one ot out Full Dress buits made Sinclair, Vannost Co., 39. 39 First Floor and 41 and 43 Second Floors EAST STATE STREET. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO J.'. II. Jr' i- Jci, SAV? PEARL STKfhr, TB, TKLKPHONK 412 i'l1 WHITING MACpTNK No Ribbon. Direct Printing. u Perfect Alignment E. Challenger Co, OKNKHAI AUKNTS HOT STKEbl riilUil.'lpliln, Pa. Kill I ATAIOOUf NTUB N j V, HAi3 jins MA: i Bonght thi AMFUICAN OLO THING AND TAILORING 00, hi wonld not uutd how mnek wind whutltd thioagh Wi art clothiig tht Boyi Child: >m with tht hut BEET TASLOR-MADt OL01HING Our K, I td-dty Kt SAMPf.P OVEKOOAT9 ftr f'lJBO, worth nd onr BAMPI F Boil's, nd for 89 for Okildnn'i KBM Pnt> Bnitt OvtroMta. CLOTHING MADE TO OKDFR. Rtmtmbu, ran Ii tht hint htnw it tht to dMl with, ud right iv tht I C 1 A TsJ" rio. 8 Cor,   

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