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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey r vtnian VOL. IX. NO. 9151. TRKNTON, MONDAY Ajri'KKNOON, UCTOBKH 2v. 1890, TWO CKNT8 IN HONOR OF VON MOL IKE Ninetieth Anniveisary of the Great Field Marshal. GLIMUM SlltllU II I 0 HI K HERO The 'Mini of 1'lnml and Iiou a On lint t "ID Uti Iu Ann i How tht ut Aduttuttl Ago HH I IN U t On Ott 30, will Molth u it i f tilcod and mm c'-h'tji rr d iiiT-mrrrru th Mrthduy ami Ht rim tnd all (.uminy are honor- ing tljt d old ti n jr batur dm n tne f inmented m cairn P ilin 1 is MMinobuth uut- burst of tun unlit ii} euthuiiusin smce ill lam tin ictori JUH t t-d tbe city ID 1S71 at the IK ad of Ins troops just returnee from tliL war I uit> thous lud Berlmera niarctitd fr >in tin. spiee tu the, LolilTim ol c illiMK Moltke to 'Live f Inter dui Lmden was illmmnaUd and diaptd with Prussian ant] imp( i lal (I ij., A Ittuul Ureath of Silver '1 he m in h was OKI m d b> vtteraua from all (mr t! empire 1 hui c tine the great bulk of the IVrliiHih, divided up into brigades frjtn tU eleetonl tntU all tin, r political differences for the moment foigotten in p ij honor to the tt- soldier On reaching the building of the getieial bUff, where the A% M i- fidd rmr'-hil surround' I by everv corps cominan ler in tliHtmp're stood with un coverrilhpil atorninif feof art sfudent( priwntfd il e i unit wi h a of h Ii 1 s I f i UK K he spoke a few words of tlianks The Sun I iv On monies, Sunday mormn_ the 1 idiers' Choral souetv. nil I C tint on Moltke, who afterw ir K n jnuratillations of hm rel itht u i n It' rffi ?iN of the gen eral "it iff U 11 tu in the preseme of the emperor tin ir is and uirassu >-s will colors flvint; p ruled b fore the staff officers vvhiri ViHkf- is residing Ihe t trail In id in irsh U stoo 1 barehead ed on tlit b ii onv 1 IK were taken to his nom lie jLiiuils, including Chancell n( the Russian gen eral Kutu--< HI I 1'ie Vustnan dtputa tiou n1 n 1 in the Lrt it hill Count Von il ler ee i In n i nti rid lidding Count A on Moltkf ti e itnl staff follovMng, and all tendirtl MIL r on_'r lUiiitlons to thevettian In the happy to welcome its representative to Creisau But ever} thing lhave had to say I have bald vein K aRO HereatCru-au biirrouuded by my faniuj hapny in the consciousness of hav ing tried to do my duLy to mj Kinfs and country in the storm) tunes in winch 1113 generation was called upon to live I in the evening of life, am awaiting the things that are to tome If The Hetald thinks it would give pleasuit 01 imagines that in oung bustling Amei lea tin re are pei pie whosuUreimnibirold Von Moltke-wliy, I beg Ihe editor to be bo to say that enuring on my ninety tlist jtar, I wish their country well Especlallj 1 vv onld send my good wishes to those ofoiiriillc kneeei veUrana who iftir liavlne Absolutely Pure. A cream of biking powder. High Mt of ib labelling n. 8, GOT- u 1 1 u tu a i v u imi tin Htu I I 11 I and u h M u i i i jii li foatt U lu 1 i i l rtujembel Un u I U s Ihe Clone
I h lin tl in is I i 1 I u i h i till 1 f ri i t i u. i t t tl j. i i al IT uij i bl i r i sr- 1 tl u 1 IH 1 si r thi- nun st i nun tt t t i I I I i i lit iie-oii) u L, k u i 1 as u t j r Uill 1) uf d II K sti 1 I u w rl 1 i I i it t- d of in) >iirur> Hit ul n tl s litj u k is done In )i in silt) .11 l ll n n liLit I Lai I I__ t tmt 1s vj f rr Tn i in IIIUMVIK Mill UlL L Illrt 4 II 1 t j l I H Kint 1U le ai I in ILI tli 111 dren i f rm ncptiev ID t -t I i trapping boys to stl ir 1 Ii e n Ji i thL Wju.. niul whilt baiiuel Iu linn of JJLJLC Not n Kelietxr in 1 cute Do you believe iu the f utuersa peacev' No I do uot Mau uiifuitmiat Iv a bHll toseanimal Individual lift is a slnif.t.lp r i xist euee, and so union nmtel> duimg il I ist ten tury uatii nal life lias been tliw name But [whips all llu, 11 ill h u Lei us hojiewi nis L) i t f igttinj greeting to.4meilea WLII tits lobt Celebrating at Nnv lork NEW Yol K, Oct re was a brill laut gathering of (n im inf at the Ambtig thcatie list to die brate tlie ninetieth ammtrsaij j[ dtu Vou Moltke n birth 1 he hind-unit (Lia tre Has crowded to the d ots aud tuuuj were turned when the cuit i n rolled up on iiedenck JJalni lahiaux depicting scents iu the gre it KLUII i) s life on the field Ihe tubleauK HLIC sjicciall) arranged for the occaMuu Ihe lifelike figures of 8 illus- trious sons were presented alhallu, where m inj of the heroes of u ir are buried, was depicted audinitwue ired enck the Great, Blucher, Anniiiinus and Frederick BarbaniKsa One of the plettl est tableaux was ou Moltke s camp dur .ing 187U the camp been many soldieis Anothei tableau repievtnted tvpe1! ol soldiers among which wire II n ariau huntbinen, Baden and soldiers Appiopri mui-ic was also ren 1 le 1 Ihe festivities Hill continue tj night at the Metropolit i i Opera h m-, when the programme will be of On iter Among those HIIO ni i sae 1 tl e tabie iux at the Atubir0' Mere I irl Ehret, Lorjuor c unt U. .Nit maun aud George 1} Who Is Brutal "Marse Hei uert DETROIT, Ott a week thert came te Detroit a colored url uhost appearance in htated th it u t- a bea Islander Mie vsas scarttlv able tc speak, knowmg as nttlt of the language as a child From hhe could tell it was understood tint bhe had been kept in slaun ou a large farm a few miles from Vn and had bun sub- jected to an awlul course of treitment, being for eierj tmul fin iTI> manugetfio t--cipi atiduitha large number of pinnies h t it lupdurlug liervIaMn came to D tton showed in my maiks of even hir and swolltu h It out looking for work the girl fell ou t! t btrtet iu a lit A phjbiciaQ discos n d tint her bodj is a mass of bores in 1 b ui'-e- ind that the girl may die but contmuilly cries out Me want die me want die fshe calls her former master b> the name of "ilarbe Herbert Two Men Met Death BRADFOPD Pa, Oct 4 o'clor-k Sundaj, ntar Beechtrtt Junction on the Buffalo Rochester and Pittsbiirg railroad, engine 8J w is pulling a ht coil trim up a steep grade Ihe train brt ke in two, the forward end being carrir r i lie mm nut of thi hill aud thence downtjl' i htree, a distance of two mile- 11 s set' jii ol the tram was there udeliaiM 1 u d I igi neer Case} steamid back iftei the i thti section hen half B !j upthehill he was after came down tlit gi ide and crashed into the engiup 'Ihe Undi r and cab were wrecked and C isej w LS caught be- tween the tender and boiltr His left leg was ground to a pulp I iremau iitzpat- rick and Conductor Crawfoid escipedb? jumping Brakeman Laird, who was nd ing on the engine, was caught and terribly mangled about the body died of his injuries at U o'clock Laud lingered until 4 o'clock before death him An Asphalt Campany's Propeit> Attached CAMDEN, N J Oct 27 machin ery, stock and fixtures of the Asph ill Block cornpam in the lower paitof this city, were seized m execution b) the sheriff Saturda} R b New bold Son of the Eagle Iron works Nornstowu, Pn ob- tained the judgment, which was t iken out on a mechanic s lien The latttr w as gu en b} the Asph ik company settirlty for the payment of the machinen which all furnished by the Iron works Part of this debt Ink been pan! the amount now due and owing is -4 ii4 30 The company has works at Bridgeport, Nornstown and Nencistle, Pa A Tariff Union Against Us Improbable PARIS, Oct 27 -M Deloncle, a member, of the budget committee of the chamber ol deputies, said in an interview ou the re port in circulation that Germany, Austria and Itnlj wire forming a tariff union against the Lnited States that trance could only join such a combination in the event of Great Britain also entering As this is high j impiobable the scheme will be futile without Engl mil's asstut, as any tariff union against America woulcl iieces. sanly become, according to an expression of Prinre Bismarck when soundtd a jeai ago on such an a continental blockade Vasiar Aid Society NFfl loiik Oct At the annual meeting of the Vassnr StudinK Aid so ciety the following officers weie elected President, Mrs J R Ktiidii. I, of Pough keepsip ice president, Professor Abbey Leach Vassar college, senetirj Miss Alice Hajes, C ambrulRe, Muss titasmtr Mrb Maria Starback Mackav, Boston The following scholarships wcie announced General societj, Mill Brookljn branch J100, Boston branch Ileer Oops Up BuitAU) N Y, Oct petition signed by saloon kippers hns been presented to the Breweis assoi lation which induced that body to ague to sell no more beer to four and three edit deal era. This was the direct outcome of a raise in the price of beer, otc isionetl so the brewers allege, by the incriaspd duties on Canadian barley and foreign hops MiiMliiiid'n Population TOM Oct population of thcstiitc of Vfarjland, as shown by the census ofliei, is 1 040 103 an increase over the census of 1RSO of %fl Hires' Root, Beer In made from the genuine roots, barkR and berrlen Not like n great many others that are dootorpd Imitations of It One 25 cent package makes five gallons No trouble to matee. int1 stjlos MOBILE'S FIERCE FIRE. The City Swept by a Disastious Conflagration. 1HF LOSS lottniiYV iiftunistw Tluet. SU iiuie jrr, un Oil Mill mid Other VuluuMu lioptrty III ki d lp by the frlunith J Since tht M Uil h t i J7 tin, t abuull-W k i) afttiuu n anc itsuinril Tu ih m -A i-, tiofi th it M bilt Ii is hd 1 siiat the 1 ht ine bt ni i null and f iuur) neat tht M u Ii nt j outsi le itie uorth erii botuidaiv oi the ii) hunts A stiong wind f i uni l IK. IK i the isf pu hap-' d t nil It, biet m bh ind the fl imea fcoon comn unicattd to the cotton ure houses line the nver fiuut fron Beauregurd stieet the noitliern buimdary southward six blocks aud from the river frout ttd lo MaLOjha street three blocks 1 rom the mill to Uood inttu H wartliou-ie, on the block boundec by Water and Lipft cornb t tilt di-at tncb ib about WXJ }aida, aud almost as soon an smoke was seen issu lug from tin ro f tlit t jttun blazed up UuntirttlH of ottuu Hales Tn a tht rt stored abou' 900 baks of cott m and the sparks from the cotton ctrned by the wind next com mumtdUd the flames to Brown's ware house on 1 ipstomb and aterand running back to Magnolia fetrtet to the south to the Mt bilt mills, w hich was nexi south ou ttif t ist bide of t lout "treet anc to the wiiarf front of the Mobile ind Bir mmgham Itaiiioad compinv which front ed on the fiom Bt to Lips comb street 1 ht, mflimmtblt characti of the m iter i il w hi and w ere found unconscious in bed m the mornmg, baung probablj bl >w n out tl c gas before retiring 1 hey were take n to the vaiim hospital, where, alter hard work the physicians succeeded in restoring the worn an to consciousness she her name as Kate Met uen of Philadelphia, and said slip wnw Ivelson's wife Ihe hta-rr, Who is about 50 jears old was still unconscious at a late hour, and it is feared ho will die Union FnUilc Miners Despeinte. Oct Owing to a shortage of tars the Union Pacific miners at Rock Springs only woiktd a few dajsnwetl- and t lie} aie grow ing desper att SU m d ij afternoon a fire vuis dis in the enfi) to one of the mines It is btlit to hue IK en of intPiidiary origin and the Lnion Pacific offers foi ttie anest of the guilty paities Mine iluih s h been poisoned nud other mis- chief has IK en done The Mtiate King Col Nortii the nitrate king met with a senous accident at El tlmm He gave an i ntt itainment to hm regiment of t. m, and mounted his horst totakt his Iho stirrup le ithei In >ke anil IK w IIH t hi own to the giound sustaining a fracture of both bones of his foienrni nnd a severe scalp wound A I i.n.luuiu. H Dispuir Nrw t i am is Levair, 45 years old a I iimlinian coininittpd suicide by turning on and inhaling gas in a room at the Hotel liame Ho rould not get moiKj enougli to pay tin passage of his wife and Iho chtldrtu trom France, and become despondent Co..act for Fall and Winter. Dobbins, the Hatter. SHOT CY A GAMBLtR txAldiiinin of Cl K l, i Shot In i I..-.! in tnt UK i t) t 1 Vldt i i in il lam I1 h 1 in H as tal i il u lar h m -s i 1 i 1111 i I) ,1 H tthaw- i 1, M 4 ind 1 (k M st( ul u in i i lell ill m P 1 ui s it I MI to t i i 1 leak f 1st w uh M tt t i i i u st 1111 ii l al N ii l M i I ht b i I just 1 i i t i i it li i 111 mm t 1 i.t i _t 11 in t i k tlin ngli ll i m ind st m m ill it u in h it f tin t il HI itl h. 1 i a i 11 11 HUI H i 1 h is intox I i h snmt1 rtm n fts i] rti tftly i i 11 hi I in I i s I i I II th u i n< t ilLli d t hi I I t i n v hi I in I hit I tin bill u J hi iu s I tl LI in in I mil i lik imbt IdliiL, its It in ilm wii A I t 1 u w is t ik( u to tut Mn h i 1 Ht i l t il Hhetehe dud it Mi Sum ;i i n jn At a latt h Iruturiug of her ribs It is feand M ss isfatuK ujured, Itishop Hurnt Home Agiin M A (Jet i Hurst o the Melh dist Lpiscopal th n h ha< reached home ifter hautigu s i liutii fair tm es within as months Ihe bish euthusiastu the pnpjsi 1 Mtiludist uimersitj h is to bt loc ittd i t u II w ill 1 t one f tht m jst import tut w lnth will bt t ttl nnis pi nous.1 Phil dt jl wl ittt inlii t, ti e 'nr f the L I! ir 1 (jit nulls U st it I i i in the abdonit n h iH 1 1 Mils son of 1'ttti MI ok pla t Iheknift pen tr itt d tne bow- els ana the (U ci is of a serious n ttuit ii d it un become danger OUB 1 nt b j w is paruhtd m the cufatod> of his f thci The I-Uwhiel Y o t ,7 lirgeflj wheel ftet in dumetti at tht powtr st itioti of tut. j m Gas and Elec n ccjiipun on PltiMni btreet Sunda} OIK etiun of tht whuiwtnt through a toiiti it the iiont (ml f the building t ni t a Ui_e holt in the brick side i i t i i -M i ihe loof 1 he large piece I n i ht uu v the w ioden buildiu j i 0 it a sec iou of the side i n t j i itiei pi oi the wheel i duo iji tht i IL t jiner, making ti Ii e i i th rick wall and roo; i dwij na ut the p at itioa office P i r w s 1 L-L i ul t iijiplied by a reserve n_ H lie loss j- a j it No one w ii nji i H. I Is.I> His Wife. NF ik Oct lln death of James 1 iiei i diiuiKt ii i u irette maker, was it i r-uppn to h ive been caused by i t HI 1 e worn in arrested It n u tiiins ut that tit mau quarreled it h 1 i-, lit n 1 t (i wint out m the H t r 1 h m N 4.0 Washington i t 1 1 in 1 -t ill i i 1 f with a table Ml i i wih was a witness OKI ju K< 1 ti Kiuin to the room after i ti u 1 n It Hi lure he died he said i ift -t ii btd 1 im MOM 000 llonus nn the Sun Francisco. U HIM i N O I ,7 Ine navy depart- in is 1 in idjustuu the accounts of he L IIH n Irr n totr j u of San Francisco, ui tl L 1 u d 11- L I nitedhtatussteam- i 1 M woik of allowing t intes on p and speed nti nt (juutiiK nts uill be coinpleted niun Iron woiks will tttne its Im il pun tut, amounting to sh.- (H-I-H i uid IS 'i 5 1 o Oi i ihe supreme ui s i d tl) I iu divorce case, Mi Intt a 1 IP ind half her 1 t 1 ul s i jnttv w ith He is i II know d I N m !n i i i in of mo i llit ii !ii f n pending i i i I m n i i it was the kill nf urn of hile s witnesses If} Afis t btothd Tn t If In itt T I in i i ui K Annf oisiii j nil M 1 O Oil H b Smith, it i i Mil Ii l 11 l 11 l i n N 4 u l uft-U-U d bt LL !_. llu I i i [M I n i un i 1 w ni I t will t i i l 1 i j gers w en tiansli 11 1 t a ti in i the blot k ult an 1 i u IH d t llu U n then a si rt trim wi nil ijj in si ai ttd out w lid I hn i ft in mi t this sitle of H unilton it sir it k a Inn 11 car w hie h WHS hi n g mm t 1 a sw ittl engine 1 lie concussion was ten IK 1 Ii lumber and c ir w tie kti Jtktd into kind ImgwiMd thi fnntof tin tnmn was 1 tu iij> eis wt i thrown to tht fiont of ti e e< ach but none irt, injured The 1 miners Alii inte IS (oiLMHlb O Ott L Polk, na tiuual picsidtnt of the 1 armns Vlliante the ei nllimct at the boart tbiaska Missuun lowaand Ilh nois, where hesus the growth if theal hanee is unprt cede ntt d He alliance: been n thutj statts numbering in all 34 UN) lodges tmbriuut a membership of J IXJO IKK) lit i the membeiship to be increased by MKJ within the next }t ir An IiiHiine titrmei s Suirula N Get Ltwis DC witt aged iwtllkmuu count} raiding nt u (ineiituld Luttr commUttfl buu ide I h m_inj. himself in his lurn llit f tmih w. u at chuith lit had bteu subject tu tem ibut ttion Both tlio mot' )il aiu' icMiKs of ,o talt u; it is jka. 11 and to tlie ind att freiitly )et promptly on the K'ldnrv- Liver and liowtK ci tin1 tern eficcttnllv, di-pils (oil 1 e.id athes and and t n Ii (if I ltd 13 til onlj lenidly ot it-, kind ever jno duccd, pk.i-ing to tlie taste aud ac ceptable to the stoniuh, pionipt n its action and trulv benefici il in it" "flocts, prepaied oily fiom tbe mo-t healthy and agreeable it- many extplknt quiblics conuuend it to all and made it tbo most popular renioi'v knuvvu i-nrnp of I us b for in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading tliuj gists Any reliable who may not have it on hand pio cure it promptly for any one who to try it. Do not "accept any biibblitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRdP CO. FKAHCISCO Cil LOUISVILLE, KV H'w Rffif, It Y Special Notice. The ladies find at Wall is' all the late arrivals in Woolen Yarns, among wliuli highly recommend tht following famous favorite brands. Best unporteilGernidii Knitting Yarn, m all colois, best Spanish Yarn, in all colors, best Saxonj Wool, all colors, Knitting Wors- ted, all colors, imported Zephjr and Zuplijr Gcrnmiitown only in very best Likuw-ise we all attention to our grand, superb stock of Fall and Winter Under- wear, ChildretiH1 Outfits, Clnl- drens' Cloaks, Coats and ILits and Caps for the Fall Ver} latest handsome war- ranted made ot tho best materials and superior workmanship Fall Hosiery, Kid Gloves, Corsets, fine Muslin Underwear, All new goods Fine Umbrellas, in endless vanety. One lot Jim Gloria Um- biellas, which sell at we are now selling at cost; yes, truly ;ost, only 98c. Call and be convinced. i i OPPOSUE CITY HAI.I- The largest variety ol HUPFRF1NB CREAM CHOCOLATES, guaranteed to be the finest made In the U S will be found at ANGKTJQ Fine Confectionery .Store, 2OG SOU TRRNTON, N J Fancy Ice Cream, Boda Water, Ice 'ream Rodan, Milk Lemonade, on hand, and the beat that can be had and made. Those are facto Prloea conveni- ent lor MADE BY SPECIAL PROCESS-THE BEST. OKI l is uf bupi in 11 ui i is ,11 nti h jf diet. an H uttn s h is, j m ll sh i n nmir proper- tits than exist in tin. hf st t t tin r i is "BEST GOES FARTHEST. Tin tiss ie 1 tl c In Itfn 1 is t T ndrr It (if n in t tl s ii ti n h, n t la ls hijjhU dt 1 ptd II N SI I I V blu (ocoil Int eDtl d I) lit I i) jmlit! i i ,1 i IL lo I i r a tlea Ijirptut Bak 11 the rd HllfSialk ,r 55 Umbrella and Vh-ilae FAIL AND WINTER 3 I ''H! N I IN Cl Saturday, Aug. 30. IIM 16 Raat A tiiothci's (iirn ait. in lutClutii iiiij tor tlit is nd lungu (in 'I tit in Wt luiM tin tan nt th t mil t t less tlian Imnit in uK u-ti! tu i wo dtcrte to (.Ititln tin Liltli ami hi. I', Imuiuiiisr t.isti Dm siipni, i H m tin t wild stitiu'th and duialnlit) MI iitatH A. C. YAfLS 6th Chestnut. 13th Chestnut. (Ledger Ilulkllng (Nm store MEN'S SUIiS I wrJ smt to, 1 lit tl )U1 JI t 20 AND OVERCOATS f nm. MIK irom 517 m .M I iMtss L Isttrs and Cape FOR DRESS and BUSINESS.] OVLR uts t, m ,Sb to 11 IN" .iT YOUTHS' SUITS, Prices nnje on these CAPE OVERCOATS AND STORM COATS, j CHILDREH'S SUITS V ni, t suit I ,r 5 I (uiiiiJ Oven, nt h I I 1 nni ulc in i i n i j lie uitiinlh nnde uitl tin lined I hue 1 ncl in i hue i ol these i; u nit UN In in t AND NOBBY OVERCOATSj from 3 years old. SMOKING JACKETS and LOUNGING COATS. J bunt scuns thun CUSTOM 1 btotktd lull ut ill tht mntltits lor Suits, Overtoil-, uid Iroubtrb HKPARTMRNT.j v ptriicti ut. GiTiclair, Vannost Co., Clothing Manufacturers. 39 Hlast State Street. i c 1 i ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO A- II. J.''J.' ii, 140 PEAUL STHEhT, f IRHBSLT HAMPTOS HTRBBT TKBNTON N J Aloo, I "-I KPHONR 412 YOST WUITINC MACllINHi. No Ribbon. Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment. Challenger A Co., OKNFUU AUKNTS, NO 1107 CHESTNUT 8TEEET, Philadelphia, Pa. HI NI) FOR ATUOdUI tJl n ,.l i IIAH IIIIS MAN Bought punU of tht AMERICAN ULOThllNQ AND 1AILOKING 00, ki would not m.td how much thi wind whittled th.ongh hu coat Wi olothmg thi Boyi nd Ohildni witk thi hut, BEST TAILOR-MADE CLOlHING At mnch lui than Philnddphm Ititdin to-dny 8AMPI.P OVERCOATS worth (.12, (13 >nd ou BAMPI.R and for for Okildran'i Knit nd nd OT..OO.U. CLOTHING MADE TO OKDEB u but ik ike omitrj U dml with, nd right U A M c l A N Kn. fl Vtiit (lor. St Advertise YOUR "WANTS" IN THE TJMK8.
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