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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. IX. NO. 9163. SATUKDAY AFTERNOON, NOVWMBMB s, 1890. TWO GKNTB BARTTELOT'S DEFIANCE. The Major's Brother Will Meet Stanley in Court. 1IIfc PUBLIC (tie liiiusn c n i-. the An ftiiitn t HISU] missing Arch luki known us J I J j u if V i to aid !i foi the ila oth< r He TItun the tamouH Explorer I nt SttiUiiients Keganllng the Al leged Grmltlcg Pruetlcml by the Com maiiuer of the Hear Columiit LONDON v Birttelot M P, lu un mteivievv btauley. a ac- count of tin (kith of Im brother Maj Bftrttelot 11, completely at with the confession of Jumitwu, and borya Capt Hutttliii udds that If Stanley de- pends on tht auouutn of the Manjemas he must rtincmbti tli it the) are relatives of the niunlcrer lu justif) ing his broth er a BCveriU, he savs that it was necesaarj under tht Urouuistauces, and only th  hile thus engaged he became numb with the cold, and a huge wave breaking over tbe yacht he was unable to retain his hold and was swept into tbe >aa Amusing English Ignorance. LONDON, >ov ignorance of En ghsh writers on American topics in again Illustrated by some of the comments in Friday's papers regarding tbe American election It is actually Hi-dared m more than one editorial that President Harrison and his cabinet ought to now that the country has repudiated their policy The idea that the American governmental system 13 radically different from the En ghsh seems not to have occurred to these Crlspl and Von CaprlTt Meat. Mil AN, Nov 8 Minister Ctispi heartily greeted Chancellor von Caprivi on his arrival at the depot here, and drove with iiim to his hotel, where a conference took place The two premiers subsequent- Ij dined together The journals cordially welcome the German chancellor The Lombardia says "Italian opinion favors a cementing of the bonds of affection and onmmnn lifting and Italy and the promotion of peace Why Dr. Bright Was Shot LOXDON, woman anested for shooting Dr Bright, of Oxford, is Miss Kate Hiordan It is supposed that she was made furious by the prospect that Mr Bright's daughter was about to marry Mr Harris, who had formerly paid attentions to Miss Riordan Mr Harris declares that he wns never engaged to her, and that she is laboring under a delusion France Happy. PARIS Xov 8 fhe Paris journals hail the Democratic victory m America with satisfaction, and express ahopeUiat Amer icawlll now adopts wiser economic policy The press generally urge the government to abstain from a policy of prohibition against American goods Mi Hul four DUBLIN Nn K Bdlfour haw 1 in t is t _> ir of in spec tion Hi held a reu pt n t lit. it which w as fUteiuli d by pt ipk of nil i Ins-its tin d conditions i lit. secret u> is It leteived by the mhabituntH six of the t 4 Di owned LONDON S 1 huihij I i! th Roy hay btuj I oij isl il of! thy. Irish coast Six persu is tied A Woumii Killed While Hunting BANOOH Mt V 1 Nick epion of thin tit j v, 1 o it shooting v th her husband w is inM tilth killed b} tl accidental disth use of h i nile SUCCI'S STRANGE FAS I. RECIPROCITY WITH NEWFOUNDLAND imtn Si i r, t ir> Illulue THE NEWj N BRIbF To Live for Forty Days Croton Water on THE EDGAR MYSTFRY Broker Sunnier n I'eculiii Connection vrlth a Sti-ance NEW }sov H i'eirm H Sumner the real t state broker who h is bit n tijmg to "oh e the nivsU n ot it th< (jett) huu said ei iav thai he had another letui tl mi J H Lduar who was rnistikiih sup] sed tc have be w me accident ouurred but it is believed that some loose powder got into the primer uid when the caps uere beng pliced in pjsitiou the powd r xp oiled the shell Ihe last shell was about to be completed, md Natha nel th ipmm standing in fr int of it w be M H exploded, and be was thr >vrn vvnh force aejuust a stone will his neck being broken aid part oJ his abdomen was blown iwa) He was lejidwhen pickel up J hn Divis J J Ki dec Hen ness and Cook, who were m the ca-semate at the time were mole or less mjuied but tSiey were al] uble io to the hospital to have their rounds (hiss I An investigation as to the cause of ehe e-xplosi n will be held The Itiltimorc Is a Dalar Nov W S of the bulled st nes ship Balti m re hiswri ten to the uav) department fi n 1 sbiti Portu_ril tli it he sailed from Cope nb igen Oet IS auiviun at Lisbon Oct i making the p ige in five inline hours Dining thf ruutheship tfiieuiuilered he-av uaks uud bebaveelad. miralilv bbovvnig her seagoing qualities to be of high order and at hltji speed, v ing fiom 14 j to 16 knots au hour she n memere-d without difliullU or risk in !u fceis for two '1 have never s nh d in a ship, the cant in, with is much stabilit) and ease of movement in a gile Her greatest roll, he ijs wns io I gs and so eusil) made and reememl (mm ibiet 1 it ordiimr) mcon venienee w n fi It mid little motion ob I legirl the ship in speed, in ir-nxtho' hull aud machinery aud as a un pi iffovm the most magnificent ship I vi i smled continues tbe captain, and there WHS no time during the gales when bet battery could uot have been t Depew at Hoehester HIKHMTI-R N Y Nov Chauncey M Hip' w Avas- the priflcipal speftker-lasl nigtit at the formal dedication exercises of the Young Men's Christian association building Dr Depew was received by the great audience with enthusiastic applause In the course of his addiess he said Dur ing ni) journey yesterday I devoted the in LONDON, Nov 8-It is stated that between my reflections on the ac Where Ig John Orth? queen has requested Siwlsbury to aak POWIILH Abcolutety Pure. A oiewnof ent of in fi 17. 0. 8, C-T- tlentanhich may happen in a republic (iHiigtuet) to thlnklugnf wbftt I shall say to you He said that the time he came to Rochester was just after he was admitted to the bar He camp to make n political speech I am thankful said he, "that I did not conic on ft similar er rand this fall Whoever else was respons ible for the result this year, I not thfl cause ol it He In Narrowly Watched by Reporters Tobacco, Water tier-duo Seem to 1-orm a Diet Upon Which the MynterioUM Italian Thrives Nov watched with untiring scrutiny bj the reporteis and the physicians of Bellevue Signer Succi baa passed the accund and entered upon the thud da> of puzzling fast io show how little fort) eight hours of complete abstention from food can affect him, one of the laat things this remarkable man did before he went to bed waa to fence with broa 1 swords until the perspiration poured down hia face Ihia after a day of dumbbell exercising walking, calking and activity But it is nothing to the strange thiDgs the case will present before it m over if Signor Succi keeps his promises besides those who are on the Bellevue staff came in frequent ly during the Uay and discussed the curl ous phases of Signor Succi's record Theories of the Physicians. lour tine medical is a hopper for facth and a spigyot for cwmionn Getting these bright vuung men to say whether, m their judgment Succi was a paraitoiac a hjpnotic a fraud or an abnormal being was like getting blood out of a grindstone Possibly it muht be a case of parunoia Paranoia was a pretty generous term and about a.s bioad in its provisions as ch intj It was generally defined to mein a definite delusion Yes Succi might 1me a definite delusion though it VIHS hard to say how it could be supposed to produce a condition of extreme endurance in the stomach At- tempted fasting is a common man festa tion of infinity anjvva) It happens so frtquentl} that plnsiuans are pro uded with an RI paratus like a storiidclj pump fui pumping food into re- fnitorj nunjac" It was pointed out at once bj tfie that, Succi s per fonnance result in a modification of this practice aud forced feeding generally If it could be bhowu that tbe phjbical con jition did not suffer materiall} during the fast it fit ouce becomes A question w hetber it would not be better to let the patient go without food until he got read) to eat. Piovided that it appeared that foucci was not an abnormal specimen of "human ty Forty Without tood. How cau a man live forty dajs without food aud be stronger oti the thirty ninth day than on the first, and as strong on the twenty second day as when m a normal condition of regular feeding' hen Succi went through his last fast, at the Pt-oyal aquarium m London the physicians issued dailj bulletins of his condition just aathe Bellcvue phpsiuans are doing now If anj one doubts the extraordinary main- tenance of strength which faucci asserts, he has onlv to look over these bulletins hile strength waa increasing uu dfr UK tremendous strain ot his faat, hia weight was steadily decrp-wmg m the ratio which medical ineu would expect ID such a condition Ou the first day of the fast he weighed 127 pounds 3 ounces. On tbe fortieth da> he weighed ninety two pbunJs He lost eighteen pounds m the first ten days From the tenth to the twentieth he lost six pound'- fiom tbe twentieth to the thir tieth six pounds and from the thirtieth to the end fh e pounds six ounces The aiiTjuiali is Iheiefore presented of a mau losing thirty pounds m weight aud fasting forty days without losing a particle of his strength and vigor Hjpiiotism. Among the doctors who were watching Succi ytijterdaj it was argued that it could ujt be the result of training and practice, because under natural laws the more a man endured of this sort of thing the more hia constitution would be impaired and the he would be able to endure On the otliei hand it couldii t be hjpnotism be tbe patient was evidently under no euutrol but bis own, and was not obliged to do w hat he didn't w ill to do Ulmt Succi Says About It When these points had been debated for a while Sued himself came to the help ol the doctors with hia owu explanation, somewhat in value by the fact that he can't talk English woith a cent. As near as could be got at this was whal he said I can fast forty days because J will do it I make up my mind I struggle with mjself I get the better of m) self Then it is all settled I can fast as loug as I like He Smokes Almost Constantly. This ma} not havethiuwn a flood of light upon the struggling minds of tbe gating doctors but apparently it the signor unbounded satisfaction, not to say delight Otie of the incompiehensible things with which Succi's case bustles al! ovorlik-oa baUei} m hm o norm ous con sumption of tobacco I i the twenty four hours ending at midnight Ihursday he smoked twenty strong cigars From p m to 13 midnight he smoked at the rate of a cigai every th ee quarters of an hour lien the doctors saw that fact they were almost ready to throw up both hands lc smoke as much as one cigar before break fust is commonly considered a difiicult ant somewhat dangerous feat io smoke three or four would probably cause heart f ailun m three fourths ot the experienced sraok ers in the world To smoke ten during a day without taking any food into one'i stomach would be equivalent to suicide here was a mau who had touched n< food fot -twenty-four hours and burtiet cigar after cigar with no more apparen eflect than if he were made of copper A of Croton Wnter and Exercise Just as he and hia attendants had pre- dicted the f aster's condition was consido; ably improved j esterdny He was no nearly so nervous and looked in excellen health When he 4io grttbbwl his sixteen pound dumb bells aud sluug them up and down for fifteen minutes, got u] anotner for sleep and slept accord ingly until 13 Foils and his saber were the things tha juteiested htm at 2 He had the whole t I1 an i lias 111 line 11 (Hand i- i lies I 1. il il i  to take Hlrei' Congh t Care In whooplnffoouffh and croup nothln I eqn-Ult. v ill be i j 1 [he fi in us l IL s for a 1 sup vhert 1 si in e m[ my of l il 11111 il la 1 1 sses a 4_uii3e f 11 wi 1 In u of confldenee md withlnwil of h ilders of preiulum uotes euiise 1 the s ispeiision A boiler m Hikd Hlotluls ttun gm at him buist killing two negroes au I i fviigthe0m li f fust il It n Igp who wh le presidm, over tin qic s beneb division of tbe h _1 runt f jusii w is take i sen ousl) ill witb a i all ick of aeute gastritis is rapidly recovei ng His phvsicuiua do not couai ler bis ulnuntsiri us the comptroller uf the eiiriemv has de dared a fust clivi b n 1 of M per lent m fav r of tbe tnditois of tbe (rjouuster City Natienal bink of Gloucester it) N J ou claims provt 1 amounting to iot) 32 Ihe bank failed Maj 1 1K30 II fe Hillings for twent) five jears su permteudent uf tbe PiiUmau Palace Car compan) died at Horuellsv ilie, N "i Nov 7 George Halste id a well know u merchant of Aflhford JUIH lion N wasstiuek by a passenger tram on tbe Buffalo Rochester and Pittsbuig rail i odd and mstantl) killed Nehennah Allen I enjmrd president of the Connecticut railn id and one of the leading of tin Hampden county bar since IK-jO died at mtlitld, Mass Nov 7 aged t i )ears Austin (jibbins the Pan rsou (N J) special lifalit weight did up bis Dnokljn rival in the same (lass Mike Ctishmg in nineteen rounds atPuvideiKe }v I Maj (jcn MiUs ujioits that UK st eil tbe western Indi ms eet a Missiah and s the M jriuuns ate it the botu m e f H Ihree men were k lied at a duel ou elec tion d i) in a K ntuciv) mountain t  In the church Oxl >rd 111 there is a strong feeling that 1 ill ought to be ?iven the benefit of in i doubt in bis favor, and both UH ft aud the stu genei ills li 'I ll fjt tlie honor of he -.sill ipy the extreme penalty of the law The Nationalists Pun II v. held last n tjit u tl i by the hish Nan n i'j t successful ibe K when Mis 1 irn 1 w t 1 i aud tor k her se it lit by her i nt i m 1 11 I when the enti tn f 1 I comp nned In sis O'Connor 11 n i was tbe si_n ill i fairl) shook UK 1 i Beavei took tht c h i P 0 ConiK r as 1 0 Connor spoke fi r fhilailelpllla. s he meeting idem) of Music i lers was very I ist out 1 upon the stage nult occasioned idi) died away remarks appUuse (re fn not Dillon O Bnen, llnan md Gill, r outbreak that 1 ling 1 mtioduced T h t speaker Mr i fin houi and his interrupted by also ninde by Sullnaii O linen and Dillon, and el Major U the n f i i Kjau n n i in e 1 tin Stay of tin d i ,11 1 city they Imd t lit tp 1 li (f this city At his Mlehael J n the two days' 1 ii islimeu m this MI Ii most ancient and most general of dktuei Bcvctlr a family Is entirely tret from It, thousands fveijwhere are Itl infforlnj glares Hood 3 Sarsapanlla hiu bvd remarkable success In curing every foiui Biruftila IDA most sefere ftnQ painfu] running sores, swellings In the neck 01 foltre, humor In the es causing partial total blindness yield to poweilul ot this medicine me Worst Type. My son was afflicted v. tth the worst type of and on the recommendation of my druggist I gave him Hood's Sarsaparilln. Today Is sound and w ell notwithstanding It wu laid there was not enough medicine to Illinois to eflect a cure J CHIUSTUM, mipolli, 111. Be surt to git Hood'c. Ourouparilla tldbrtlUruddliU nlzforfl fioptnd If I HOOD4CO IOO Doses One Dollar ilCHAIRS j Al .t u prt- KDO voodi to be pftid for on delJTarj Band Rtump for C N i ir i at i TO 146 N The largest variety ol SUPEKHNK CRFAM tobetheflnest made In the IJ B will be found at CAMKKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, aos eov a. BKO A TKKNTON, N J Fancy Frnltn. Ice Cream, Soda Wafer, Ice Cream Bodaa, Milk Shaken, Lemonade, Ao always on hand, and tbe best that can be hod are oonYenl- ADVANCED Thcrpfore look to your interest and purchase your CARPETS now while the figures are low DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS C CHESTNUT ST. 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Do not accept any CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN MI, LOUISVIII F, HEW YUHK. H Y Upocial Notice. TVlP lllfllPH Will fltu] flt all the late arrnals in Woolen Yarns, among winth highly recommend the following famous favorite brands Best imported German Knitting Yarn, in all colors, best Spanisii Yarn, in all colors, best Saxony Wool, all colors, Knitting Wors- ted, all colors, imported Zephyr and Zephyr Qerrnantown ouly in very best quality. Likewise we call attention to our grand, superb stock of Pall and Winter Under- wear, Childrens' Outfits, Chil- drens' Cloaks, Coats and Hats and Caps 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 Urp- brellas, which sell at 50, we are now selling at cost; jes, truly cost, only 98c. Call and be convinced i i ;J, OPPO61IK CI1Y HAM. NOTICF, Acting by the advlro of the County So- licitor, Collector wishes to give notion the bills of the Mention Boards will bave to oorae before the Freeholders at their meeting on Wednesday Next, Nov. is. Bills passed by the Board will be paid by check on the next day, THURSDAY, NOVRM RKH13, YOUTHS' SUITS, CAPE OVERCOATS r AND STORM COATS, j CHILDREN'S SUITS AND NOBBY OVERCOATS from 3 years old. SMOKING JACKETS and LOUNGING COATS. CUSTOM OIH it the loiniuoutst truks of business IM to tlo-i. the to qutihh In a temptingly tlu.il> [ii Good (lothnij; i-.nl produted ui--t and labor .in} molt than corn or tatm.-', and all asjree that thu btst is theap- e-t in tin Mid It jou arc a -.hrewd and kein lor A jouwill find one m om Mock ot Overcoats A. C. 6th AND CHESTNUT. i3th AND CHESTNUT. 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