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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOU JX. NO. TKENTON, F.I DAY AFTKRNOON, OCTOBKU 31, 1890 TWO CKNT8 WIFE FOR A SINGLE DAY. THE POOL SELLERS vicTORrous SIANLEY STRIKES BACK. Sad Affliction of Representative Butterworth's Daughter. CUBA'S IM.H FOIt KUlI'KOCm. Her Merihuntm (lutm That Iluin 81urea Them In I1 ate with the of the McKlnUy 11111 mid Immediate Rtnijuoiul KtltLtloriM uitli Uncle ham WASHIM TON U -Mimed one day and a widow tht fiexu Such wits the un -happy ttti-v ol Maiy IJuftefwortE, daughter of KtpiLst titatne lUitterwotth, if Ohio Uu tdnt sil nhe united lu marriage with Mr Hougbwout Howe disbursing agi nt of the Pun American congress AH Mr Howe was vcrj ill the ceremony occurred m his HK k chamber at the Metropolitan club ibis morning she followed the bodj of her husband on Its journey to the lie Ilecame Delirious. For several bourn after the wedding Mr easi'y. but toward became dt hrious and those in attendance were obliged to use force to him from domg hui in 1 Ins continued through the night At times the sick man fancied he was on Ins wedding trip In the morn- ing an "ffurtwus made to quiet him by an injection of morphine, and this opera tion was accomplished only after a severe struggle Mrs Howe, who, with Mrs Rooaa, Mr Howe smother and Dr Magruder, had re- mained with liim dining UK night, went to her home fur breakfist after her hus- baud became quiet returned about h iU PHH 9 and remained at his bedside until the end In her absence he had grown much woisc, and Ins heart was fail- ing ripidl) During tht, earl} morning the heating uf his heart was so btrong that it could be heard ail the room m which e Uj The Fimer.il He dii d Thnrslay afitruoun Mrs Howe is uearlj overcome hj grief Services over the remains of Mr Howe were held this morning at 10 o clock in the building leased for the U'-e of the Pan American nee Key Dr Bartktt who performed the marriage cercinon} for Mr Howe and Miss Butu rworth conducted the services and at tlieir u the was taken to the railrotd station At 11 o clock the funeral train left foi New York Them Urment will be at cemetery on huturda) A Sketch of the Deceased. Mr HOWL wuh the hon of Frank Howe, whose ved with grot credit during the war and w ijjpointed pension agent at Tsew York w he re lie took a prom mentpart in politics During the earl) part of his liff Mr Howe was his father's private wetr ew York, and later to Post muster Pardon He was appointed by President Anhur dispatch agent of the state department of New Secretary Bajurd appointed hint ayt ui ihc govern- ment at the Cincinn ill exposition m Ib88, and last fall he was appointed disbursing agent of the Pun congress fur Ueclprocity. WASHINGTON Get Jl be department of state i as received a cop} of a petition forwarded b> the lobacco Growers' and Cigar Manufacturer-, I non of Cuba to the Spanish governimnt with regard to a reciprocity treal) between the island of and the United States The peti tioners assert that thcj are confronted with a simple problem On the one side rum, stagnation mistrj and vague hopes, and on the other side abundance, wealth and a promising future After stating that the McKinley bill will work disas- trous effects on Cuban trade the petition era say No Time to Be Lost "It is necessary to avoid so much harm and ward off such calamities, and we find no other waj but a commercial treaty with the United St ites, accepting the reciproc ity that our neighbors propose There is notimp to lose in making this treaty The McKinley hill will go into effect on Oct 1, and thereby the president will be author ized to impose duties on sugar com ing from countries that on the 1st of July, 1891, shall not have allowed reciprocal con cessions to North American products "As far as tobacco is concerned, the new duties are to be collected immediately, and in anticipation of this there have been shipped enormous quantities of leaf tobacco And cigars The crisis that threat- ens us is terrible, imminent, and its conse- quences embrace very serious dangers The cigar manufacturers conclude by in- dorsing the chamber for the interest it has taken in such important questions, acceptr ing in their entirety the resolutions adopt- ed at the special meeting of the 8th mst, and ask.ng of the government, one of w inch reads. "That without losing time negotia turns be opened with the United States for commercial treaty on the basis of free sugar and reductions of duties on tobaccc within the limits already prescribed The Railroads rt in. Oct 31 decision of the interstate commerce commission, made by Commissioner Bragg, has been announced in the case of W S, King Co a Boston firm, aBaiuBt the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad company and the New York and New England Railroad company, involving the question whethei these rail lines can make a joint through on shipments of flour from New York to Boston, lower at Boston, to meet the competition of the Metropolitan Steam ship line, than the combined local rates of the two rail carriers from New York to Reach ille, for the shorter haul, where no such competition exists The commission er decided that the camera could do this without violating the long and short haul iclause of the act to regulate commerce POWilhl AbsolMtely Pure. A of Urtu baling powder. of In D. B. M. -wt Beport, Aviut 17, The Law ol tlio Stute of Illlnoli, lurfd llKOlmtltUtlunuil CHK Oil 31 JuilRi l h IH rcn dered bin decision lu tlie puol si i s taHe, deculiriK HIL nud in fiuor uf the defend iiitu I lie court llit law passed in 1KK7 li) the inlil} of Illiuoia 111 to and pool sellniK on rates etc It is u liniind that the defendant C J Broomli t is of selling jiools at a pi ice in hicago was not inside of an luUosme of a fair or race tra  now be doing time there Birchall's lawyers have asked Mr of Montreal, to them as minute a description as possible of the man described b} him a-s the 'Colonel Blc Meeting of Railroad Men Called. SfcUALIA, Mo Oct 31 important meeting of railroad men emplojed on the Gould system, and Missouri, Kansas and Texas roads has been called for Sunday Noi 9, in this cltj The call is addressed to the Brotherhood of Lucomome Engi neem, Brotherhood of Locomotne Fire men, Brotherhood of H i Iroad onductors, Order of Railroad Conductor--, Brother hood of Kailroad Trainmen, and Switch men s Mutual Aid Association of North America Ihe Order of Railroad Con- ductors and Brotherhood of Railroad Con- ductors are at swords' points, jet both are included in the call and it u believed an importani movement is on foot The call is m the shape of a circular letter, and la being mailed to the different oiganuations in the territory by the roads mentioned A Rlne In Gaji at PiiifcBntG Pa_, Oct, directors Qf_-tho Philadelphia Natural Gab companj decided to increase the price of gas to pmate consumers 50 per cent Ihe ad vance will go into effect Dec 1 Tbe pres- ent rate Is fifteen cants per feet with five cents off for cash payment The in crease will mike the rate twenty cents per 1 000 feet, with five cents off for cash p ly ments, or fifteen cents per feet 1 he outlook for resuming gas supply to the furnaces anB iron mills is not unless the manufacturers agree to pay the same rates as are charged prhate consum ers, aud that they cannot afford to do There is now no doubt that the action of the Philadelphia company in shutting off the gis from the pudJhng furnaces was due to a shortage that they cannot at pres ent undertake to make good A Postmaster Forced to Resign WASHINGTON, Oct postmaster at Donaldson, Ark., aCMr a varied experi ence has concluded to resign The post- master was objectionable to some citueus in the vicinity of the because he was a Republican In a letter to the post master general hesajs Yesterday I was knocked down and kicked and stamped I began to think I was used up e have compromised, and I agreed to resign I am told that will settle the whole matter I am truly glad to get away from here These people know not what they do They think it a disgrace to be a Republican Col hitfleld, the first assistant, will send an inspector to Donaldson, and if he finds that the postmaster has been driven out or the town will direct the. postofflce to re- main closed News of the >avy. WA8HIM.TON, Oct 31 contract for building three ocean tugs for the use of the navy was awarded to H Harrison Lor lug, of Boston, by the navy department Mr Loring was the lowest bidder at for each tug Lieut Paul has been de tached from special dutv at the navy de partment and ordered to the Philadelphia It is understood that he will be flag heu tenant of the North Atlantic squadron Lieut Mason, who has been absent in Eu rope for several months will, it is under stood, be ordered to the navj department as naval attache to Secretary Tracy The Bodies Found. SOMFKSFT, Ky Oct 81 bodies of John Welch foreman of the ill fated No 5 of the Sloan s Valley tunnel wreck of the 23d mst, and John Montgomery, brakenian on the freight train No W, which were supposed to have been burned in the debris, have just been found by workmen who nere cleanug away the wreck One of elch's hands was stuck deep m the mud, as if he had plunged head foremost from his engine A wood Carver's Suicide CARLSTADT N ,1, Oct 31 dead body of Henry u wdod   so th it it might be fit for publication in my book and not be an outrage on public Iroup de cliued to do this, coiibtquentl) I declined to publish report, the language con tamed in it being of an ettremelj violent character Stanleys Offliern Disliked Him Do }ou know why the officers of the rear column tretl to beTinimated by ill feeling ton ml jou Mr S'anleyf" "Yes It not be forgotten that the cau'-e this controversy is the violent reseutmf nt the officers of the rear column have aguiinst the g  their con- duct is too h irsh or unjust That is all I have to say Troup Blames Stanley. BOSTON Oct 31 an inteYv lew here Lieut Iroup third lu command of the rear column at Yamb a, savs th it Stanley took wuh him nearh all the able bodied men Ihe otin rs were ill and mutinous Troup insists that the disastrous failure of this rear guard to co operate in the tion is attributable fuilv as much to Stan lev as Bartte lot Mr said Lieut Troup 'made no provision whatever for the subsistence of thp blacks in our com mand Maj Bartrelot gave each a brass rod and a few cowries per week with which to buy manioc or cassava root, and the sup ply of these gave out after November Besides, there was an insufficient quan tity of medicine The deaths that oc- curred were largelj from starvation Lieut Iroup denied Mr Stanlev's state ment that maggots were feeding on the surviving members of the party when he finally at least the lieutenant haw none He also emphatically denied the existence of immorality "There is no continued he "that the selection of a commanding officer was unfortunate Maj Barttelot was quick tempered, nerv- ous, arbitrary, and was in every w ay un suited to have charge of a body of natives Mr Stanley declares that it was the duty of the officers to protest when we saw the major's mismanagement We did protest e could do no more If We had he would have been justified in shooting During the time when he says I made no protest at the waj things were going on I was on my back sick The Letters Hill Appear. Troup says he is perfectly willing Stan ley should pub'ish the letters he wrote the explorer describing the occurrences m the camp, and which Stanley decl ires contain matters unfit for publication "In mj book, which will soon I have omitted certain passages of the letters but iu the omitted passages there is nothing sug gestive of the hoi rid details at which Mr Stanley hints Criminations and Recriminations. Troup has given to the for puhlica tion the letters that passed between Stan ley and himself with relation to the rear guard In a letter to Stanley Troup vigor ously scores Barttelot, and in-eplj Stanley upbraids Troup for his utter lack of com mon sense in his woik with the rear col umn In one letter Stanley sajs In the absence of dorumtnN, letters 01 notes to substantiate your statements such must be rev ised to be fit for publication That is you may saj what jou will in your own defense, but I cannot consent to publish any violent or mtempei.ite remaiks upon the major The Tiimsfor of Liquors In Itotid. V, Oct 31 treasury de- partnulit h is denied a request to draw into smaller packages a cask of brandy, now in a bonded warehouse, to prevent deterioration and leakage on the ground that the law authorizes only the repack ing of drugs, medicines and chemicals in bond Permission was granted however, to transfer the liquor to a single new package IIIISP Is College Champion. BOSTON Oct II si Chase, the winner of tin fall lawn tennis tournament at Har vard (ollc4i plajul Hugh 'lallint, the present college champion defeating himin throe straight sets H -4 0 li 2 Correct for "Full and Winter Dobblni, the Hktter. for Trunks und VnllsM Low pilccn. B. B. THE ISEW3 IN BR EF Condensed Outlii-i til ti om u. 1'lacen I hi (1, ll b Ol (HUIVL II us vvas f mud in I i m a! MMIS Initi I No 1 i Hroadw v 1 kivn Jlltt coniii itl I suicide I'J I 1 t i, fca thiuugh a i ill r tube utta lilt Hit. git jet lhe_ puLlu. Inquests of Mi, Ijihs Rhotlts of 1 Mi ss- vvi I Itl (Us HP. as fl HoWS SstC I tmnnl s iv I MIII 1 n foi il NS nit n I mi Put 1 I i i HIM tilt I M n I i t il 100 id M iio foi tht MI jl t Kh Us mei ipe in !Jiut ri vi u v Anlhnm-Hrtitnn l-fia urn f i rraet and Utl nv ut Ii till it I c ui i it- i tun (Ht 31 u l irs lie had bti n trt istitel and s i nil tht Kondout (N livings I) u f i tuintv Vtais and also vice president f tht hirst National bulk of Kondout John Ni Mini, senior nitnnl t r jf tht iirn o( John iiton i. (Jo, sin in I brokers- al No 90 Wall stre t died sudtii nly Oct 3U He WHS mil known in shipping circles and had I t n m the bioktr business fur the last fort} five j ears. A state board of trade has bet n formed by the business associations f Missachu setts J Ij. Co .clothing manufacturers at No tl liroadnay. New York failed with liabilities of about Outl Springer Co wholesale dt il rs- in silk and vvor-ted jams at No 4 s HI rne street New failed Li tbiluies ISO 000 Commenting on the Behring spa fishery question ihe London Times thinks the doted sea question, which Mr liiauie ap peais to throw into the background must be deal' with before any program is possl ble tins question !s rug land is perfectly ready to co operate America Fianklin pieSldent of the Thames N ttioual bank, died at Norwich, Conn Oct fi -iffed H5 He ha 1 bet-u eu ga_e 1 in binkiiig business foi intr half a ci utnr) I nets fioni the Emm expedition state th it ill are well and that the expedi tion is in i ing t ate tdy advam t d tlinski, about 37 }t irs of age a member of a lithographing lirni doing bubineb, it Beekmau strei t ork shot himself in the head at Gieen s hotel, Philadt Iplna lneassi_uec of R Cr Peters the Michl gaD lunibir k reports Pett-r, isstts tc bt "t. JOO against liabihtits I v uoo 000 Peter, titditors- will give him time 1 f inn ihiH, a member f tlie New York Cotton Lxchantre, conim tt d suicide by fehojting himself at Engleuo d N J Tht ji nrne} men freestone tu it-is who have nidint tined a fatrike ag un t the com bmed comriUors and master b nlders- for eight months during whieli tune thej hate 1 and distributed rei ef and had i nh de- serters fi nn the 150 men went out, vo'ul to declire the strikt il A serious di feef has been 1, experts in the new battlesli p M tine, at the Biookl} n n yard Itctn_be reme died at gieat expense, and the probablj be launched Nov Ib Separitte Schools stand First KINGSTON, Out t 31 Clean who has just n ened the pallium, created i sensation last bj his reply to an address from s I i 1 children He referred to the n tent tli tion which was run on tie sep u tte ,ehool question, and declared he ru! f >ntiol the educa tiou of our j outh ill never surrender to an} prenn i to governor gen eral to queen to am no Never, never Catholic, ire being p r-ecuted in pious, evangt lie tl Ontario inetuous evangel leal siie ini nn in, mi who call themsehes preachers ol the gospel, but Hhoknou noilun0r it Iu the pro- vince of O iin> sep r te schools are in the consul u n in I 11 e constitution must go cunfcdt-i itl in inn, the dominion of C mail i inn, go b foiv. we give up sep- arate schriK The Count 1) ttxy Dead. Nivv li! i iiitix I, Oct 81 Charles Inn ml rdouard, Count d'Auxj a in the apartments of the Duke and Dnih ,s d'Auxy at the Paviliinlotel MH linghton, S I Count d -Vuicv e uiu to New from Bel gmm list Mn Hi w i, suffering from gastritis a id hi, j in i to America was pnnc.ip.tllv, fir his h ilth He was a youugei bit tl tr i f the hike The trip of the duke and duchess vvas purely of a business mture 1 h ti i M i i M n nitiiria to iur ueia- miit! lit K uljiiuui <_ ladulate for guv t n i Pit si tit I 1 WHS fisko 1 re j, i iht miih i f th minors mid re I i I lint no MI Ii i hud In HU or u iM I L KS it 1 n u ml 1 hi i ermn MI h un! ri t It- 1 In s ib KK U t d in ir Hill M i di uit an I i i M i! i i nniiu tit m t lain it- L li i> li I i i i I M i i L 1 t-l at liu M 11 i i i 1 11 ill c  V U 1 k t l I s I I 111 I furtht i pi f i si 1 1 it U t _ 1 1 s i tht fed) nil sus ;ue i ol torm l and ptb u iet juut ill (n in i k Uon Last >itht BKOOKI N Uct U 1 he si on al the end of the spiond uiuht s of the pool chain- pionship is PIULI 40 i Manning 393 There were twuitv seven ftames played It u Tvirlft ulllHiun. DtfaMolMs la Oct U V serious col lisiun utturrtJ on tht Iowa entral, just east of Maishilltou n on a tune at 1130 A uigiiu liKkiiiR down to the lumber Lretk (juarrv collided with a wild freight botli running at speed Ihe shotk was so gre it that the freight engine was lifted in the air and ahghttd squariU on top of the en gine both bulU aa were freight iars illiam Mosely and Heu ben duilhlu re and Will lam Ralph and illiam ook firemen, were injured bj jumping Ihe tollision was the rt -jult of a mist ike bj the tram dispatcher and Friends WASHIM TON Ott U is announced upon the hishest auth iritv that there is no truth In the report that Stnor Muruaga, the Spanish ministei was rt tailed at the request of Mr Hlaine On the contiary the relationrt beiwi t n Mr Blame and Senor been of the pleas antest charactci and the secretar> of state was the first to regret at his rt call The only reason for the tuall of htnor Muruaga is the change of administration at Madrid Both the method and results when of 13 taken; it is pleasant and refiosluug to the itnd acts -cntlj yet promptly on the Kidncjs, Liver and Bowels c1 insis the sjs era efftctually, di-juh culi' head dies and and cun0 h ihitual oiistipation. Sjrnp of Figs is the reined? of its kind ever pro luced, t) the taste and ac eiptahle to the stomach, pionipt in ts action and truly beneficial iu its efTects, prepared 01 ly from the healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qnalitua coimnend it to all and have made it the most popular rrmeih known. of is for Bile in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggi-t who may not have it on hand lull pro cure it promptly fur any one wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAH FRANCISCO CAL, KY Upocial Notice. Is the most ancient 11 d most general of an diseases Scarcflya fimlly (s entirely free from it while thoimnds eveiy where are iti slaves Hood's Saraapanlla has had remarkablo surer si in curing everj foim of scrofula The most severe and pilnfal running sores, swilling1? In the 01 goitre, humor in HIP causing partial or total blindness >idd to the powerful effects of this medicine me Worst Type. "My son was afflicted with the worst type Of scrofula, and on the recommendation of my druggist I pivc him Hood's Sarsaparilla. Today he Is sound and w ell, notwithstanding It was said there wa.s not enough medicine In Illinois to effect a cure." J CHRISTIAW, iu. Be sure to get Hood pi ilifofH Prep.red only >70 I HOOD 4 CO ApothecatlM, Lowell IOO Doses One Dollar RF.AD THE TRENTON TIMF8 CONTAINS ALL THE NEWS PF.AD THE TWNTON The ladies will find at Wallis' all the late arruala in Woolen Yarns, among winch we highly recommend the following famous favorite brands Best impoi ted German Knitting Yarn, tn all colors, best Spanish Yarn, in all colors, best Saxony Wool, all colors, Knitting Wors- ted, all colors, imported Zephjr and Zephyr German town ouly m verj best quahtj Likewise we call attention to our grand, superb stock of Fall and Winter Under wear, Childrens' Outfits, Chil- drens' Cloaks, Coats and Hats and for the Fall wear. Very latest handsome styles, war ranted made ot the best materials and superior workmanship. Fall Hosiery, Kid Gloves, Corsets, fine Muslin Underwear, All new goods. Fine Umbrellas, in endless variety. One lot fine Gloria Um- brellas, which sell at we are now selling at cost; yes, truly cost, ouly 98c. Call and be convinced. J, OPPOSITE CITY HALL The largest variety ol SUPERFINE TRFAM CHOCOLATED, guaranteed to be the fluent made In the U. 8 will be found at CAMRKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, SOS SOU J. BUOAI3 ST-R..E T TRENTON, N J Fancy Frnltn, Ice Cream, Soda Water, Ice Cream Sodas, Milk Bbakeft, Lemonade fto. alway> on hand, and tbe bent that can be had and made Tbaoa tare faoU Prloon conveni- ent lor PURE SOLUBLE CHEAP. Rich Digestible btimul iting Nourishing. ILuinga pLLiiharU dtlici nis flavor a food and drink combined at i h ilf cent a cup and fit for a prince. VAN Him 1 1 N-S "BEST GOES FARTHEST." W-VAN HOI n N s I i u.ril (nrentod and ted UDd Holland I k ,dk 1 by the most emmant dootoni Bint 1, Ui .Distill t4..Kiu. V l[ hm n, of the at.h loriul B t I. Incrauied flfly per Mnt while the wliolt f thu 111 rul urn II 1 1 r idsro 1 4ble inti dlije.tlblB. Lurgusl in tlio word Ab, fur V is H nts and lukc no 57 Umbrelm ti.ni J-jTriponurn FALL -AND WINTER O I Saturday, Aug. 30. CORRFOT J.TI1 IIATTK 16 Bast mniltant uoiMn t ntuin 'litKr tioni linn in that it'sped, and (In all (.in i Kuid uMoimiN aw.u 90 nell 1'kiMd tli.it ,11 asrain to intiu -itHtai tion and oiii liberal nutliod-, udl 111 uk idi ible Clothing j f u priuuM "uldoni tail to ni.ike per- in.uiuiit ot our ui A. C. fA 6th Chestnut. GO. 13th Chestnut. (Lfdeer liulldlng (New Store MEN'S SUITS I suit for lietter suit Iroin to 20 AND OVERCOATS ,A 24 I Hiess Overtoits Ulsters and Cape FOR DRESS and BUSINESS.] Uvertoaf, Iron, J6 to 25 'u.XC j.'X7jn. IiT X Jri H iT YOUTHS' SUITS, I ringe on good, CAPE OVERCOATS from AND STORM COATS. J to CHILDREN'S SUITS nice smt for AND NOBBY OVERCOATS ,X UlLrcult j I mi i in proportion from 3 years old. j Umtilull) muk and trimmed SMOKING JACKETS ruue !uj in a very eltyant hne and i of these gainient-, trom to LOUNGING COATS. J Dont miss seeing them CUSTOM blocked lull of all the novelties for Sinclair, Vannost Co., Clothing Manufacturers. 39 Kast State Street. i c ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO II- -t' M A1 J.1 JX, 140 PEARL STRRKT, MBRLT HAMFTOB TBJSTOK, N J Alao, KPHONE 412 YOGT W KITING No Ribbon. Direct Printing. ?fj Perfect Alignment. 43 Challenger Co., OENFRAL AOKNTS, NO H07 CHEsTNUT STEEEJ, FhlUilelphla, Pa. HI NO FOR CATAIXIOUf HAH THIS MAN Bonght hit of AMERICAN CLOTHING AND TAILORING OO, ni woold not h.v. bow tuncli wind th.ongh hu coal W< Uothmg Boyt Okildm with htit fAILOR-MADE CLOTHING At mnch thn pm __ Our nr. 8AMPI.R OVEKOOAT8 for north and fll, oar riAjUpI.R HUIlW, and (14, for for Ohildnd'a Rmit Snita Md CLOTHING MADE IX) ORDER tan u tkt b_.l ik U< wiU, nd rigkt klcng A M in Advertise YOUR "WANTS" IN IHK TKKNTON TIMK8.   

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