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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               imetf VOL. IX. NO. I'KKNTON, FlilDAY AFTKKNOON, NOVKMI3KK 7, 1890. TWO CKNTi I HE AFRICAN DISPUTE. Stanley Explains Concerning the Rear Column Scandal. HISOH UHtSl I UU 1I1UK1ULOT Ttiey Oppose the Fiery Major f iibtftvd) Vlluwed Him tu Wieck Ills Command Stanley Ueply to Sev- eral Cltarj.vb in Iroup H Uvtent Book NEW It t I K M htanley wasbun it tin I house last night and uskul h had to HH> about the clmigci nmde J HJSB 1 roup m his uew book and ilso how llarttelot came to be connect! 1 the expedition Mi Stanley said hui tbci being a committee was appointed to examine applicants for portions m the party JIunditds of appl'catioiis were re- ceived from men anxious to go to Africa Of this n u in ber twenty were pieked out S o m e attracted our attention by tbeir manner of writing, by their and their earnestneHs of manner Mr I itz- geiald, an Indian officer bi ought to us a short, stout. HfNM M built young fellow about ?j H us old and introduced him as Maj Hiritt lot an army officer who had lentd in I pt under Lord "tt ollesley Mr ei ill nut There is a young felloe tl u will prove just what jou want He i1! comagfous Maj Bart- tijttal- hil ilutirof lecommendation fnun Mil I''i I'i I uu pud the recom HIM d i i ind tiie oung umjor waa uo t m> of tic numbers of the (X p n h it is h( 1 Delected him He w i1- >t rn lul} 10 HP was not cut or mui ilati d I lid not see him, as I did not arrive at his e imp until Aug 17 V, Killed I In of his death coutsnued the explot r in tttrstttr to a qmstton lim c instant inch imtK i t quarrel He b id been awa) frcm the nip of the rear gunrd for some time At t! i tune of the killing he had just re turned from camp and hm pres enee see in t-1 to deslroj the harmony thit pn ultd duniiL, his abnence Maj Uart- telott dt m u ii d men from the Arab chief to carrv his own loads of goods, ing that if he di 1 not get th  bud No I don t think you need mnrpmiT Barttelot then told-Sotmy- thathewoull lent there onJuljlftand would put hnu nt chaiM while be (Bartte lot; woul 1 L.O to 1 ok ifur Kmm On July 18 Birtti lot 1 it one of inzibiri's chiefs and dis ui be 1 the ean p guieralh Bonny then went to him an i'-aid he would man U.L.Q the camp as long as he had been m charge of it The Murder of the On the m irning of Tuh ifl just at dawn Bartul t- was disturbed from his sleep b} the b  m some parts of the dark continent Barttelot thereupon jumped up ind said he w ould stop the noise and shoot the first one who_ did not obey him With a revoher in one hand and a pointed, stout wood staff in the other, he started out toward the woman who was singing He commanded her to stop She kept on singing, only looking up at him in a defiant manner, knowing that every one in the crimp disliked him Again Barttelot told ber to stop and gave her a prod with his sharp stick Then he began to punch and kick her While this was going on tbe woman's husband was in his but only five or six yards away cleaning his gun He heard his wife scream and looking out of the loop hole m the hut saw Barttelot, with bis pistol fb one hand and stick in the other, be itmg the woman He was a chief of the tribe and thought as much of his wife as we do of ours "In an instant he thrust his gun through the loophole of the hut and shot Barttelot dead The whole thing was done in a spirit of anger There was no premedita- tion He did just as you or I would have done under the circumstances lie Grinned Like a Fiend. "I didn't rely on the written statement of Mr Bonny for all this I beard the same from the Arabs, the Zauzlbaris and other 500 of them and they certainly had no object in telling the story different from what it was after __their put m-> Thio can txvtuken as a fair sample of his treatment of the camp judging from the state- ment of the surviug officers One of them told me that Barttelot bad a habit of standing m front of the men and grinning at them like a fiend He could do he had four large frout teeth white ones, that would give his face a horrible appear ance when he made these grimaces They Could Have Moved, lie Says "Whenjou left the camp of the rear guaid, Mr Stanley, did you impress it on the men that they must guard those loads of goods at all "I told them that they must not lose them but did not give them to understand that they must not go aw ay from the camp at all I explained it to them this way 'If we don't hurry up we will be too late 'Ihe only thing I can do is to take an advance party and go on cutting our way through the bush You can follow by the straight path and soon overtake us You eigtity out men to  tuufiil d Mnl iti duce yolll Mill U t Is tu 4 M iiurving jll tl esc h Is I 1, K I >s u but i HII 1 i lies u can le liu (ilJKtof was III U if KuiUi itulU dt niFLti tu i.tuiu to {.iviiizrt- tion tht i iU in t linn h itf and would be t j n foud and the w ill t if t j tht iVLst u It n t nil irj fur tliost niLii to st in i in j 1 lit c uld inadt jirogHss il Lin ha 1 i IK 1 lit- IHtemlx filn 1 iisl I tu 11 OIIH I notice in Hirtttl jt s I k tl it ho bHj t> jot, H mail in tin li k 11 1 u ild pit d tltinu 'i1! I In! htilLsaid to tUtn ih lipl I ih will 111 t -.Mid all tht, uitu ht hus j ion s I i u 1 t. II Bomf ith il esi i   liy Itetpnii, u t is T i ud mi k ward ht of 11 day you .Mil niakt >u 1 liiritt-lot aajH hucli a w 11 If ird uf (t I hml at one timt ions uli nlj bixty two 7 ituibaiis, made thnt) tnret, of tliese bark and forth marches in ouKi to make a total advance of tuo J oily ordeted thttn to do what I n bn n djr t be foieandwhitt I had done Ut I hey wer  would HI three m nt s hava Diet my com lers v, ho w tit 1 OK tug for them lu four mouths num. UnswHiM met m> second hitth of in i- twtuty iu uumtjtr w ho ould t tn them the news of tbe finding of P nin AMiatI hud done Mr Haitttl uld do There WHS nothing in initi in ti But tht offiteis said uH not yo tbt> stav in tht unn an 1 look af tet tbe goods NOBLE REFUSES AGAIN. No Recount 1 hus Far for New York City FAIAL. THE NE.W3 IN BRIEF I'OWOLIl Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar ponder. eBtofalHn iMTWimf Import, 17, "i he> could then h e lo >ked after then men tnl their "No one k ind I told him be pnv d to his ac count ab he 1 The Kexctfp of I min. I did not to Africa is the agent of the British gove'imiuit fur Limn I had no orders to d  m sti actions Mj trip h id nothiug to do with the ex tension of or derman terntorj in inv I h incorp jiated in ni} book all the ofiicial regarding the expe litiou Mr in lev h ou did not loot ou the loi of plits uith so much solicit u Je on }our way out as w 1 en vou tit m' that is true to some extent in not know how long we u ould be gone or w bat f-upj lies ue ould need hen I1 mm deeided to come out that lessened the imp  as I 1 id more ilian enough I K inn thirtj one hia Is of ammunition but tho H irds captured by his n rebels of Burtttlot H tiueltj As a fuilerexplanation of his daik hints concerning the re ir column, Mi Stanley said 1 e made from tl eonginal 1 g bf uk vvleii be p ibllshed it in "In Dti'us-t A.fiua He idded Ihe original log b --igned In M ij Birttelot James lamiefaon and ilium bonnv day after is -ipiplj just one let' i i of remorse less aud implacable punishments Iwo of the men were coveted with ulceis upon w Inch maggots were feeding Ihis was the result of icmorfacless flogging Both men died I lien theie is boudl, whom Iroup mentirns is a nice and obedient bo> a quaii l child He gave that little bo} a kick it iu which he died Anrtliei man had been ll  sir >ou H kill him' Put him under arrest and let him rem nn in Miard until IK ucovers and he'll Oet tht fitbtr loO )et Ihe man hears that and inns uw-ny b} night snatches a rifle ind runs inio the forest to lose himself i i Ite'ot sends the entire country hunting If i him He is bioiiLjit biek and he is -''t Jn ite 1 f, book as it appears In Uaikest all tbe cat: krund to complain But w hut did they (onjlfiKi-' men just nble to walk, fo tuo men djing nghfc on then feet It II VII Come Out Some Day I1 c> alt did die, 100 men aln idy dead n tinbma Unit} three men were ibindoned in the camp these men are ofTictrs Ihey don t belong, to the (ninmittee but were engaged by me, and InskidMr Bonny jou tpll me all ti hoiriole tlnntcs ind these people here Ime told me how cnn I po mblj (xempt o i fiom bt ing just as guilty as Birttelot in that }ou did not stop him ill one way or inothei b} moral or phvsual force from hung ill these Bonn} said to me t hut he had not t ild me half said I w ith all these horrible things have telling me (til the WHJ from Bcnalito London vou have not told me1 one half what can thcie possibly be mrm horrible? Oh, it'll nil come out some dnj replte iod }esteiday Iho fl unes spread so rapidi> tK-U tho thirtj IIOIHIS in the building perin t d, ilthnugh stre numis ef- forts made to got thorn out Loss, 000 The ry Says Flint No vldence Has let Iteen Offered Him to the Uelittbllity of the Police ttiiibuu utul No Becouut Soetus CaLUul Fur Nov 7 Noble last evenim, to Mayor Grant H last applicati n for a recount of the population of citv and for the second time, refuses to allow the recount He quotes tin mavor's last application for a ne junt ami siivs Ihere are some excuses pre suited b} (1ie mayor the papers were sent on in the shape they are that render it not inappropriate to notice that the first announcement of the United State a census at 1 513 503 on the rough count was made as early as Jul> 18 last, and was then widely published while the police count did not begin 29 last lliua seventy dajs were allowed to elapse before an> steps were taken to correct the Lulled States eensub if deemed incorrect, and it is ,hoULjit that an} haate that may now be required is to be charged against the census bureau as an unreasonable de raand A Slight Inconsistency He could have avoided it the secretary sa5s bv an earlier start The statement made in the present application of the mayor in calling attention to the enumer ation made b} the police force of New "York, to rest this case of the citj with the proofs alreadv in the possession of the census bureau is inconsistent w ith his action in appi almg from the supernif nd eut to the sccretiry Grant he sajs selfcted to suit himself five tut of W7 emmierdtion districts in New k aud pr >p that the case should be lis posed of ou an investigation of the books rt] itmg to these But at the same time he tlJVse enumeration books do not include all the populations that was re turned to him bj the police enumeratois Grant Mould 'Sot Trust Him To have had of tl rse ic knowle to have (omp ufd them with the schedules of the L nited btates enumerators in his own de partrneiit under the law that copitboiilj to be furnished municipalities for inspection to have given him entire ireedom of action in the premises without the superv isiou or presence of an} of the applicant, was tbe least thit could have been offt red the secretary HLS posi tion an J hij? obligations were all the sure ties necessary to entitle him to this coufl dcnce No Evidence nf the Poltrp'a ibilWy 'The refusal of the books the secre leaves this case stibst ititially where it was when the last opinion was delivered The offer of the returns of rnerel} tue wards out of districts that aie in the (in of York and these re turns ickiiow ledged to be imperfect, could have Ijeen entertaiued onl} upon a most iai ueai uent of t le application these )ooksh tving been withheld, there is no evidence whatever before the secretary of he authenticity and reliabihtj of tbe police count or of an} insufficient m the nited States census t iken in June In concltisijn, feecretar} Noble sajs he 18 [riven b} the 8 course of conduct in 'using hm request for acress to the jooks au 1 tliu-, keeping the utterly tare of any facts authorizing a renuniprq ion 'to again disallow tbe application or a recount LOT is M Nuttmm i C I has been app iiitc 1 a cadet to r I nt with Harold W of M fuhur N J as filletnatt flhe I i 1 ls are all closul and busintss i siis pended A number ot N t ne oc currred and man} persons leaving the place Tne annual n port of M i n hofleld recommends a 111 i id shore baiuries for eo i Ihree b< t bctiv inl-t wrecks of the izt av i au 1 i t Uargrave-i and u V s The Gi ttv house evidentlj a Boston taller a Specul itor P rnn H ton run r 1 a remarkable letter i I Col II jmas B Price i i Printingcomp t was shot and mort ill} w i i 1 John of Pitts  t 1 t t ill ibl I 1! I bun Mi I oil i 11 i DiiU 1 it. I II llll} nnd. rtr fur I V lit I I! t V t 1 tit I) 1 UU Ui l. i 1 in I tl inks U tu in d i d ill iu 1WJ i I tttt r fitted t t t, t art 11 a t i I u-iUii ss u b silt hue HOUSEHOLD WORDS ALL OVER EUROPE. I I I i i U H of tin. 1 .M s N v iill UUcU 1 "i a t mil s It in a 1 1 I ram k hi 1) n i iLisilj e tl M nil ii fleet i t i tr m the inelius ik i h was I irl luck I! I iMr" i the 1 il a Mo t v JudRe nt An A cattle undid at i Han ex tit, hi-> si U ml Ihe would bt i L in i -11 t 1 L, i w A It 111 i, t f HUH S lU lii 111 t n a un 1 "BEST GOES FARTHEST." N iw thit itsininufi t ir ate draw ing the attention of tin i K in i ubln t oiml LVLI MULE, its invuitioti, f ill is m ills i 1 i itnl litre as well ill lli u ill Ml tint the nianuf ittur- i is IL st is sinipl one i still bttttr a compara- list uhittvti th ii 11 it m be -i SUJ1CMOI It IS I imhsh p iper i tk M.aliMf Sl-iO 000 1 rt_p ireho son htrti mil Islington b> the Pi uua Hull i ivasbuntd w lib its couui t den hot 1 i Ij muig tht, ir b nlh s( i f u 1 mil i rii'n I r s (wiad b} Mt i i i iged 1 int. ind N iter J 1 heHossts Cofrptr shop t loss ou tw i buildings Qia K.iiho 11 w 11 In use, v Df warth use IMHI t XW loUlloss u ist t Tl Ot 11 ad n as a t aUo a r 1 om r in u w neii L III} 1 ht xn >w i was i 1 veiling vsue dum are 1 uin )ii's I oiitents Ulel 1 b> msur uitli li( sios 7 lehn iiu ui U >it n aielliStLj kith tvas arraigned iu the tnmmal L h t ith tht tiubf of (xn> from 1 }ery Ikuaived examination ind was held in UUU for his thpyarance on JO inkii n nioti ntli Oovei nor Neb B vd Dun is 'letted tow i nor b> from 4 OUO to 5 000 plu raluj Mt 1 the Kt publicau "tatetieket uelow the N eltcted ihetarm- Allianct have the legislature two con- gressmen and m ist of the county ofhces Elected, hut Uutttl EAuCi NN is 7 IsadoreCook, sleeted Bherill iutsdi} on the Democratic ticket died at 2 a m from collapse fol- lowing the excitement caused bj the suc- of IIH He far goue vsHh pulmun irv i sum] tu n "V mnig lliHohiH Lant Jourupj M vv o! k Nt v 7 1 IR remains jf M i" er Abrthum 1 me In the smitfMniUi 1 ineoln w 1 H li arm t i n the him in stunner (_ f V u ork have bitii shipped to 1 1 it for interment Democratic Congressional Majm 141 0! K N v 7 Hit nmiui ir lie vrlv vv a D ui c r itie maj nt in 1 1 t IK of 141 Ihe iribuuecoiue Us fi m 1-.I t MO Ui- 1 a I t oe I If J.I Sr HI M llll M R ill cnrmnre fvpi y one of its great uist tins btijx nont) that the s (Iti t trud used 1 fc i y IX licit II-N S C0( OA f K U [63 f M in I Ur r it High will happen, HO thftt all wll oatob cold sometimes. You want lo find re- lief by the easiest and best methods Th moai effectual way IH to take Hires' tjong Care. In whooping cough and croup nothing Kennt. Off for Again. NEW YORK last evening dispatched Supervisor Keuny to ashiugton fur a second time in reference the census Ihistime Mr Keuny la to ask Mr Porter to allovi him to make a copy of the census rttuin of the Second ward of XLW lork BY A FALLING PIER Two Men Crushed to u felly at Doyles- town, Pa. s, Pa, terrible accident occurred here last evening re- sulting in tbe instant death of tn omen ind the serious injuring of another Work men were eugtgcd in building n new wall under a large stone pier supporting tbe railroad track running into Swartley's flour mills Without a moments warn ng, the pier began to settle Ihe work men heai d the crash and started to run Daniel Taj lor was caught and crushed to death, his head being smashed to a jelly and bone m his bods broken William Pettit stumbled and fell and Samuel RiLgel fell his prostrate form, and to this circumstance Pettit owes his life as Riegel nas instantly killed Pettit laid for over half an hour held down by stones with the body of Riegelon top of him He talked with the men en in him and dnected their "nts ail tlits-uliile-bttffeimg intense igouj Htiisbtdlj injured Hiii'lmll Does Not I ear Death Out Nov 7 ex hibits coiibiderable anxiet) as to the result of the application for mertj in Ins case, and eayerfj scans the neu spupers for neivs from Ottun i Although he has onl) a little a to Ine hestill maintains the same cheerfulness that has character fzed his jail life since confinement borne times he talks of hisdeitu but it is with out any apparent dread He saj she does not fear tbe execution as much foi lnmstlf as for hit wife Tbe eontriict for the erec tion of the scaffold, has been let, aud its construction will be t nmenced at once V i nib I'xpli.a.'d Tups 11 N, 7 )ionil> n is exploded josU i 1 n i li it c f t o ntoniiiiK nt ere tted here to (f mini nioint) Hit Iiu liiiudridtli anniM i i f liu iinimi of I to Alls "1'nttlsiin and Hill i 1 IN l A Sheridan the Htp ibhc in r n mm ervlcw published here l) i Patti ion s aj i-r" I mnr cnakeshiin i di-tinct pre 1 i id bihtj 1 ihinU in let. 1, i ii i bheri Ian, thit i unl Ije the i i f his part) and th it the tu ket ill i il Putti- ion and Hill Ihink of 1 i in wuii lerful ice cit) c i iller uf Phil delphil i u in u r an t lee sruor Is the re un1 i to kei p such a man fn in lie i uur ticket Jikinlcv will be jlected of UI j of 1891 by an im mense maj jut} an 1 n bjd} else will be .bought D[ 1 i the tiii [lace and HO the Jcket leid and Keed There ou u aud Hill Me Kmle} and Ktnl G] tlUtOlu s If ItCtlOD. (ti idstone speak- ng at C trl >ie iliit if the govern 3ieut s lect nth 1 license compen- (atiuu me mcliilb i eii icted, it cost t! e uiui H n U OOU UOU to pur- ti t i iblicans P trha- tnent he 11 n mug out the Ife of the n (i l iolution i-> i n in ii I the heroic lun h next gener tl 11 ui i 3f a lout, tndnu begin un era uf n it 'neb avoidtd di i li id tooth avoided int demist Ihe uld si il the doom i of iniquity, and i 1 eaca influence of i j it than corn or pot.itiie- uid all th it the, bistiselieap ist in tin. uid It jou art a shioul btner uid ke'eii tor a uill hud oue in om sioek nt Winter Oveitoatn A. C. YAH S A CO. 6th AND CHESTNUT. I3th AND CHESTNUT. That On r (it) Ti PuiLAi'Miiu Nc Mis Lamprecht, ftho murdiud 1 it i uld and -hen cut liu u n i it iicd at the hos pital ]ast iiu.lt il is baid to been t ui un h jealous temper inieut nul -I i[ i f to have c< m muted he i ttrtil h LI u t under tbe lit Her is i 1 _i uiiHtt child, be- HJVJOYS B itli the cietlmrl and results wheu of BiDr? H taken; it is plciuant 1 H freshing to the ti-te and _i'itlj jet pt'imptlj ou the Lnir and cli the sis tun etftitualh, di-jxli cold- head u lies and fueis and cunt, liilutual i-tij tti ta nip cf I igs is the oiih ruiiedv of H-s kmd pro dined, pit i-nig to the taste and ac ceptihle to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its illtcts, prepared oi.ly trom the most healthy and agreeable substances, its muiv excellent qualities commend it to all and made it the niost popular known. S i up of 1 ijs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand pio cure it promptly fir any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept anj substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVIUF KV XIHit, H Upccial Nr tico. The largest varletr nt CRFAM CHOCOLATES, guorftntPed to be the finest made In the U 8 will be found at .Q CAMKRA'S Fine Confectionery Store, sou j. i OPT, N. J Faney Fruits, Ice C room, Water, Ice Cream Sodas, Milk BhAtcea, alwaya on hand, and the beet that can be had made, Thete are Prices con YAH i- Uitfof" Tlie ladies will find at Wallis' nil tbe late armali iu Woolen Yarns, among wlnt.li highly recommend thu following famous favorite brands Best impoittd German Knitting Yarn, m all colors, beat Spanish Yarn, in all colois, best Haxon} Wool, all colors, Knitting Wors- ted, all colors, imported Ztphjr and Zephyr n only in very best quality Likewise we call attention to our grand, eupi rb stock of Fall and Winter Under- wear, Ohildrens' Outfits, Chil- druis' Cloaks, Coats and Hats und Caps for the Fall wear Verj latest handsome styles, war- ranted made ot the best mateiials and superior v, 01 kmansh-tp Fall Kid Gloves, Coiscts, tine Muslin Underwear, ic All new goods Umbrellas, in endless variety One lot fine Gloria Um- brellas, which sell at ?1 50, we are now selling at cost; jes, truly cost, only 98c. Call and be convinced W i i i i, OPPOHU'K CI1Y HALL NOTICK. Acting by the nchlro or tlie Countj So- licitor, the follcctor wishes to glvo notion that Ine bills of the I leotlon Hoards will have to come before the Freeholders at their meeting on Wednesday Next, Nov. 12. Bllln pnmed by tbe Board will be paid by obeok on tbe next day THURSDAY, NOVKMHRH 13, MEN'S SUITS 1 A. puod suit for better suit from to 20 AND OVERCOATS f line suit from to 24 Uless (Kcrcoits Ulsters and FOR DRESS and BUSINESS.] Uxereoats trom to 25 Cape Prices range on thebe goods from to V nice Miit for doud Overtoil for 1 mu 111 IScuitilullv niidc and trimmed c, lusc laid in a elegant line YOUTHS' SUITS, CAPE OVERCOATS AND STORM COATS.) CHILDREN'S SUITS I AND NOBBY OVERCOATS from 3 years old. j SMOKING JACKETS j and I ol these- garments from to LOUNGING COATS, j Dont miss seeing them CUSTOM Stocked full of all the novelties for bmts, Overeoatb and Trousers IlKPAK'l MKNi'Vj perfect, fit. Ginclair, Varmost 
                            

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