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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOU IX. NO. 2158. rKKNTON, MONDAY AHTKRNOON, NOYKMBKU 3 TWO CKN'18 THE FUGITIVES ARRIVE. Messrs O Bnen and Dillon Safe in America THHK KMIUikUJI I AiniMUUE Becul.md Count -Win the Welsh 1 Within tin 1) k of 1 ntrlUh In the huiuii I by Gottinoi Mill mill Mivul Grant l Nv 1 Mr O Until Ml u 1 1 is vvif Mr John Liillou Ml ilhv m M P and his wife ml 1 imotli) Hiiriingt u arrived here'suudu on the sti imti I  IIIfN HIS HP A I) OIK A Mur and Unhide at ColumbtiB O IinilH Amuik KIllH indllieii SlxootN Himself lie olve iid llut Hud his been greatly sm lieu with her 'She s gnrDed Ber mteuUou of re IIH? back to her band-some days ago and threaten H n 1 di ji i it I U Lunis il rn h mis H J horn letiui i d t I il I cjut [it 1 on the u le tn i flOIIl tl Is I IV Ibis was t1 i i n )id.t2 the) alwM-vs rtt u i t ti'l adrnitsth it ou ll i I f stt l l ft 1-tn st ijj' ll m and ml I 1 g> Jk'> orlUUthe 1 arei) 4.rj. giant bwi fmm i the SM I IHnvi 1'i the) st t) t nrtc'i and lilt rii I t j] i frqn) Hi ell t of V u thCv Itli i p m PI n 11 count v passtntjiis Hi ll t s ings ai d I i Ihoiu 1 v reiura d u I 1 1 ht H and the tl iu ur tnjture fhm M1JI1 II llkl ISMfllt) I tSe st f llln (Is 1 hen it r the An i it ui rner has i ti tf D P Ii e Drew of llUllUH f I It folll Wllks IjlJ JH It He it is uu 1 ll t I 1 I find n bl s i uM uev et bt 1 from Fiffe for James S- Mulheron and majority Tt question of ma K i I II I t I ell I1H, IT I slur H lib 1 her i! I l w h w h 1 Ktt erliui tuinn ittt 1 sin I IV altt rn o jHtnf, ju I of tht of the system when told that twtnt) six mem bers of Parliament tbe nt iji is pf the chief cities almost  vicud fryui these few estates aloi e while m 700 par ishts w here the N itiuual leagtfe is u jm i-upl ressei tht jj tie and night p lice les and liable to six month- impiisoimient if the-) are caught itteiidiu_ a meeting llalfour Hooted InHht Streetw The fulure of coercion md the letista ble mi ulents count tied with it are nidking a pr foiu d luipr ssiou in Gredt lii tain Mi Balfour 15 hojted iu the stieets of the chit-f I cities his IKH purchase t-theme i" flerccl) unpopular overv Ir ry electioneering JMS tlVtiL-if tie c jn tin in s to i ceiipv his nt of vie i ins ind fcbsjlutcl) al ui t vrat u) until tn Beueral elecli j i M i Ktune s return t power with a tiiuinj in ij nty is as hum 1 i ci be Ihe st iteiaent clj es with an apjttttl to tht people offAmerica for funds ttj iH fr the sutli ring re-itiltiug from the failure ift the p tat j crop and to id the evicted tenants a id their searcel) It fellows m their uu aud o] prfsiou A It. .cptinii to the N UK Ibc P irhamenti ir) 1 i nd gave a reception to Mi (JViirKU and Dillon u i the otbefs of intirptrti at the H Urn u house lasHii_iit ioiet, he 00 guests invited were V-n or Grant, Grace Hon Kobtit 1) K osevclt, ue Kellv and Judges t M irgan Speeches vvere made b) Messrs Dillon, O linen sulhvaa and tUe others of thp Irish delegates m repl) to au address of welcome The preient Grand Jury of 20 Democrats and 3 Kfpubltcaw Votf for Dr Rogers for Bhenf ind you vote f of-non partisan u d i i] bv ft un 1 r st su-fll his ity now ln_ I mis 11 w ith a e nit site r ai d f r home time had been sufti 1 1 UK frjiu 111 health Among hit per soual goods were lound, several books on topics Hardly the President a Duty s Nov Annie a harmiess insane woman from fct Louis, called at the executive mansion to see President Harrison film her husbaiut selling their She vjifl be sent to the A tote for Jama 1! Mulherun is a lott fuf an honat workihgmatr mid a man of intelligence ability I 01 is N i 1 he state gran 1 jun have ban ltd u i snipping ilenunciit 11 of the yh d I i. L A MVJ nificance attaches to the act n L ULIC ht i not "every inch a king HIO I THE FUNFFML The Mrn. uli Hogg A MHII anil 4splij xlited. Ntft NTo Urown, aged 25 ami an unknown woman were found in a room at the ?ranklm house in ibis city last evening iisphjxiate 1 (ilive when fouri 1 and were runoTe I to the hos pital iiiere is not the ehince of their it at 10 o clock Suurln is man and wife Tlie> were not in til hist my when the smell >i   not Iheir clothing is of go >d m Utrml and both look inlt lligeut jnd itfinetl Down with the Hoor KE'iPORT N" I Mr and Mrs Hobeit Lratnons with their children, a daughter of 12 and an infant were seat- ed ahout a at Holmdel last the floor gave "way, letting the whole family drop to the cellar the stove toppled over, falling on top of them Thcj were all cut and bruised and albo burned by the hot coals The house in which they lued is one of the built in this section of the country All will In the Cause of (tee flections LiuiEltocK Ark 3 he in nati >n il congressional committee has depositclflOOjOin thf I National bank of Little RosTc to be daottd to the cause of free elections m this stite this week Two hundred dollars rtwar 1 is- ffeied for testimony that will kid to the conuctiou nny peison w ho mnj be guilty of lolation of the election laws The ShelHiiK oT Mtn ZANXIHAR Nov S Bnti-h fioet which bombarded to pnnisli the in habitants for (Tinnan residents has returmd to I IK British had thirteen mcushnht uonndt d during the engagement >ijit> Ji niuttj of the enemy weie kMkd or incl the victims being slaves or es N h ii m befell the Arabs PUWi'Llt Absolutely Pure. cream of powder. Hlf h ed to kill her mid if she did bun day inonnmg An brson- yot up to spht some ki idling vut-fe d liacchet pre paratory Uj RJHM; Our AmaclT to th( door -of the j the nt bors saw the bCufTi t id then b th di-ip pearet! mtolh" b suse I hi1 lagcllord went toseparite the CftjtfbaUnts but lefore he could reach fiirei. Hhoti rairg put; and Amack darted Viut of He wa6 he-re nlied, ing.ni The 'Ifcurdeier'rt Tbe landlord then t.iitere'l and found the of the welter Ing m her blood one parsed clear through her body tht bhojil Icr blade A' r went through bratn, while the third   the aud ew nothm0 of the afftir until the arm a uf theufficer> Amackwd-! empl nP in installment house while Mrs OVHJS i f inn in the wist He was deid when found A Homblt, Murder at Altoojia ALTOON Fa, Sumlai morning an enginetr wht i ptbsmgbnion furnace a w at uf thiscit) loured out of bis engine au 1 saw the bodj of a mrtn 1} al ng'-idf of the tracks He and picked turn up but the man died in a few minutes 11 s beadwas split open and his throat cut f r >m ear to ear A blou 1} rtzui was f uud n r His clothes were wet as though he had been in the rner lie tr bj Ihe autl cut es think he was mnrdcrtd an I tht bud> laid on the track to avert suspicion Ihey are now Searching for clews I he man isapp trentlj an Italian Hi- name unknown o Murdei m Suicide? JoLlLT, Ills Newman a German workiugman was found in his room with i bullet hole in his breast piece of bed cord tud about neck md fastened to a nail above the door ffce rope was slack and uo weapou wafe found m the room The man lived alone audit is supposed hid money and was Do you want political juries or do you want non partisan A voteforDr R R Rogers u a for non partisan junw DARING BURGu.A b AT Fa H H'uinl (.iBded and KoMit d f i I .11 _e Hint Pa N v A a hour Saturdaj men knoekt! at the door of tht ssottice while the agent ha money and making his report He a 1 mi tied them and was at once b un Inn I gagged and the men secure fit m the i j tn money to tht amount of fioin JN> 000 to 000 1 hiy left him IK uml on the ofiVe floor but after a time he succeidtd in getting loose and giving the alii m by which tame he becimc nervous that he could give little idi_a of thf amount t iken lllP I'oliCMIUM llnrf AWIIJ f Col t Ml l Tin! Nov "J ink Knglls went to 1 ong Hi vtr the 1 itt river last night an 1 waited for CharUs a firmer whom he. kmw liad money hi n ung appr nched the bridge Knotts po 1 a n v her at him andstcurtd nml II d "i Ming at once notiflf d th  I si ipi h Pi LoMx Nn d Ihe fi j 1 jf Mrs aud 1 er infant cbjldj wfi ie ous mui 1 s excjted tlu peoi ic of theLoudon Hampste tj Suodft) and vvis c tl was taken nhantagc of b) fora demonstration husliind vslio is ing m collusion with his" ymsed her death It was well an extra forLe jf police had been on duty f r othuwise violence ivotrfd certainly en done to Ihe carriitit in wt i K rode chief nun rner is fttftCked 1 i mob but the polite 1 upon tbe rioters aud After miit t- ed thn an 1 men acing ge'il jres and nojBirtKi" briinch of (ccurred Mr tmsde i to be tene i iw r in fluenced in by the n its of histierfihbors He d ires b n i cence of any   nmored that the plaintiff has in his pi -j ion written evi dence that ma> ini{ nr Mr Parnell'ade Dial Mrs U bnea w ill reph to her bus band's allegatir r with counter allega tions AltOLether the allair is, about as is it cm b It is understood that The I ondon Tin ta will publish a re- port of the tn il in j ini] lilet form for cir culatiun in Pur pe tn 1 America The lories astahl d m U sago rest great hopes u] on ifs er ct e t' c the Irish peaaantrj wloh 11 m tleep abhor ence any Molati m f the marital pledge Two Cars Vway PBOVlHI-Nf r R I Nov two last horse br un Id >wn t jvv n on the f nend ship street line 1 exciting passage down I rien Mi p street hill, end ing with a crash at its foot The brakes failed to hull ll cars, and they had nn tntk hi Car 219 left the trnck at the ti rnji l 11 limond street and brought up iV t i 1 i ip post on the op posileconur 1i il iti i Riceand Oswald trL 11 ji rul ut not senouslj At 10 JT o 1 tk tir 1 came plunging down tht lull uuuiin ible It dashed through tht flum- etum "'oth the metli id nnd ic-nlts of'Fi.b 13 taken, it i id to tliij anil acts ui'l) jit prnrapth o i tlie Kidnejs, and Bowtl d( the sjs i m cFirtua'h, di j oil jicad V' and ai lens h ibitual i-Ujution iuj) (t I iErs io tlie jnlv remedy of its Lmd luctd, i-ing to the tasto and. fie fqitilile to the Momuh, in action and truh Ijeneficial iu (Tut3 prcpired 01 h from the mo t healthy an 1 its excclknt qiiilitus commend it to all and 1m e nude it thp most popuhr rcmuh kn hMiip of J i_a is sale in 50i_ and 81 bottles by all lea ling driv Any reliable may not it on luyd pro cure it promptly f r am ons vho wishes to try it Do not accept anj substitute, i CALIFORNIA FIG SYP.dP CO. SAH FRAHCISCO C1L LOUISVILLE, KY t J r( Rt N Y WL diih r tioiu-liitn in that respect, and do all in t Html nHtoiiurs so well th it will t-all We uniter- to entile mtisraction, anil our liberal busliHs- niithnd-, m ule' icli tlile> Clothing H .wmatile seldom tail to make per- uiaiMjut patrons ot our customers A.C. YAH 6th Chestnut. f (I edger l UO. 13th Chestnut. (Vew Store MEN'S SUITS nice suit for AND NOBBY OVERCOATS ('ood lor So 1 yicr frruies in pr partion 1 yood -.uit for I better fjom Jij to 20 AND OVERCOATS f V fint suit from to 24 Dresb UKtLfb and FOR DRESS and BUSINESS.] Overcoats from to Cape YOUTHS' SUITS, 1 CAPE OVERCOATS ,l AND STORM COATS.j CHILDREN'S 1 Prices rtnge on these goods from to from 3 years old. JACKETS and LOUNGING COATS.. CUSlUM licautiliill) nude and trimmed c 1 nd in a ver) elegant line ol these girments liom to Dont miss seeing them Stocked full of all the novelties for Suits, Overcoat? and I rousers V perfect, fit. A Hub 1.1 n (In HOBOKIN N I N forme 1 church on 11 n 1 Fifth aud Suit s i 1 buruul ut h D floe 11 i out of the ol h it cl I ihout f3u UOO h Burned -Ihe Dutch Re- i street, between in this ut> wai it, tuhes m Hoboktn Pit t Ui Murder tit orean King I I Wl o N fi n I< nwr K  phllu i t i I h i 1 t i if "Vhrrer t 1 v ih a s< 0111 of I Ir n d <1 during i IK w wrrp ro N Imu been ordered closed and tit inhabitants nrt the town MS inpi !h as posmble niiiiy Anilerson III illnpns Mrs Ander on) will not return to America for some time Correct Btylei for Fall Winter. Dobblrit, tht Huttcr Is the most ancient in 1 most general of all diseases Scarcely a family Is entirely free from It, whlla thousands cvetywhere are Its slates Him Is Sarsapanlla has remarkaljle success In curing ery foi ju of scrofula The m st severe and painful running sores, sminiip in the m k 01 goitre humor In the (nd causing partial or total hllndnesi jli-11 to the powerful eflects ol Uila me Wornt Type. "My son was affllplPd Itli the wfet of scrofula, and on tl o rt nornrnendatlon of my druggist I gave him Hood 3 Today he Is sound and v, i II notwithstanding It was said there wiw not enough medicine In Illinois to effect a cure J CHRISTIAN, mipoUi, 111 Be sure to get Hood'o Oari-aparilla The Indies will find at Walks' all the late arruals iu Woolen Yarns, among wlneh we highly recommend the tollowing famous favorite brands Best impoittd German Knitting Yarn, in all colors, best bpanish Yarn, in all colors, boat baxony 'Wool, all colors, Knitting Wors- ted, all colors, imported Zephjr and Zephjr Qermuntown only in verj best quality we call attention to our grand, superb stock of Fall and Winter Under- wear, Childrens' Outhts, Clnl drens' CloakR, C'oats and Hats and Caps for the Fall wear Very latest handsome styles, war- ranted made ot the materials and supenoi w orkmanship Fall Hosiery, Kid Gloves, Corsets, tine Mushu Underwear, cle. All new goods Fine Umbrellas, in endless variety One lot fine Gloria Um- brellas, which sell at 50, we are now selling at cost, yea, truly cost, only 98c Call and be convinced A i .1 -til, OPPOHlTB I 1TY HALL The largest variety ol HUPFRFINF CRFAM tHOtOLATEH gnarentwl tolielheflnent made in the U 8 will be found at ANGKTX) CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, No Ribbon. Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment. Challenger Co., OKNERAL AGENTS, NO 1407 CHElTNtJT STREET, Phllariolphla, SFND FOR CATALOGUF ff] nlxforM Prepftrcd oalf I A! otto nrlel, Lowell IOO Doses One Dollar RFAD THE TBFNTON TIMK8 CONTAINS ALL THE NEWS. J11I55 MAN Bought of tht AMFRIOAN CLOTHING AND TAILORING 00, hi would not ban mucli wind whittled th oagh olothiBg MM, Boyi Okildni with tlubtvk BEBT TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING At mach 1 Philadelphia pncw. Our to-dny 8AMFLR OVEKOOA.TS for worth flS, (13 "d oar doll's, (U, tl.) "d for for Ohildna'i Knu Bnib CLOTHING MAOE TO onn b t u thf M d -I wl'k, nght 205 BOu J. TRENTON N J Fancy FmtU, loe Cream, Borla Writer, Cream RodM, Shftkes, Lemonade Ac, always on band, and the bent that can be had and made Thoio are taoU Prloon conveni- ent (or hfODDAR'1 CO., (S Claim Attorneys, (111 7th M U n Sin oowful jinn t in 1 cforo tlio severs 1 incut Dipinmi ntH during tin Ive nil, en il U nslo p s( nt( Tl nn I i Ilio hi I a In Ii a! t i f r i c i s n In 11 f ll 1 A M Mi) f s a i i 1 1 5 PATRONIZE HOME iNDuSl'Kir AND BUY THI Trenton Watch. The most reliable watch for the money Call and nee the large awiortraent II. L. THE RKI.IABLB JEWKi "B, 12O Peny Stroot, Opposite Will M P. Uhuroh lotCuns   

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