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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               IX. NO. 9. I'KKNTON, MONDAY NOYiCAiBKU 10, 1890. TWO CKNT BART IELOT A BAD MAN. Mr. Bonny Supports Stanley's Charges Against the Major. IMIIHAM1Y The of ilear Guard Many u Murderer und a Fiend In Human lotm Whu Hlaughtered Men Without Ileutton ur Mercy LONDON Nov he i nuts publishes a three lolujuu [ettei iij lionuy, OJ the rear guard H begins bj expressing regret tint (.apt Paittelot should, in his effort to dLfuicl M ij Bartti lot s memory have foru d the disilosuie of the pamfu' Btorj Baittilot was possessed of the idea that Stank} was a poisoner and woult make away with the white men that knew of his doings in Africa Bonny admits that he shared the same idea. He an( Barttelot fnquintly talked the subjec over but adds tiiat nothing of the kim was cur agunst Staulej Bartte- lot and Jami'son agreed on account o: tht-sL tumuli, not to partake of Stanley's fluittrlutB llrutallty Confirmed. Bonny confirms various statements re- flecting upon Barttelot including Bartte- lot attempt to poison Stliin Ben Mon tamed lippu 'lip's nephew, because bitter feeling existed between them He also confirms the story of Barttelot's fastening his teeth m the flesh of a natite woman I he bite was inflicted on the cheek msteat of the shoulilci, as in Stanley's version Birttolot would have been lynched for this offense hod not Bonny rescued him Bonn] still bears marks of the fierce fight with the natives following the incident The CHMJ of John Heilry. Bonn) tli it Harttelot ran about the camp prodding people with a steel puiutei st and that the boj Sitdi died from the tSxitsof a kick dealt him bj the bruta m ijor Continuing Bonn} I now come to the case of John Henry the mission boj who died from the of fl  I im IK t biliolder to him nor to else In this matter But the public have diininlil the truth, aud 1 consider it mj to Live those facts which come within m) own knowledge Nearlj all the htntpmiuts 1 have made above were nMde b} me m writing from day to da} as the) occurred, and the) are now 111 S anle) s p ANNAPOLIS EXCITED A Mob Iletirmlneil to Ijnih a Negro I-und Sid 10 he city last night presented another seem of wild ex citeraetit The mob that is dispersed earl) Sundaj H at any to reappear at thi jail ind make the threatened attimpt to luich negro Forbes That such in attimpt will be made then is no doubt and it is the prob- able disastrous results to main good cm 7eiis that causes the excitement to run 30 high The jail is well aud the efforts of the jul officials t j protect the prisoner will be reinforced bv hundreds ol nep-oes should the uttimpt at 1) ncumg be made Ernest Forbes was lodged in jail Friday charged with assaulting Bertha Phipps, a 15-jearod girl living ne ir river Ihe assault was committed on Ihursday Forbes was not c iptured until the follow ing day, and then only after a careful search in whichi a great man) persons joined At tht time of his capture Forbes was twice shot at, one ball lodging in his back llreitfi of hnching were freply made, and Sdturdiy Sheriff Armiger de- cided to secretl) remov e r orbes to the City hotel Some persons espied the officer and 1 risonei and immediately spread the ie- port that Forbes was about 11 be minutes 1 000 negroes had surrounded the place where iorbes had beui sicreted aud made all sorts of threats against the jailers if they allowed the prisoner to be harmed Soon bricks letanti fl) and pistols vv ere flourished Ihe officers wiih drawn rev oUeis arrested tlnrtien negroes aud lodged them m jail li) th H time the entire town was aroused to a pitch uuequaled in man) j ears, and a disastrous not between the whites and 111 icks vv is imminent Ihe sheriff secured sufluient ussis ance about midnight, dis- peised the mob and inarched Forbes back to jul where he has since been guarded b) a Bluing force The situation is very threattning Soujjit Death to End Her Pain. Nhvv IIIIK >0v FloiaSellg mill a I nu s me )OUtig lad) 22 years of luingwilh 1 er widowed sister, Mrs. at No 703 Sixth avenue attempted -uiiidi biturdav Slie_shot heiself in the ibdomcn Shi was uninvaliil ind to al liMiifc her sulfirings hir ]ihvsieian pre- cnbed moiphine bin became addicted 0 the druj, nud her sister tried to break ii-r fine habit few d lys ago Flora old I ei sister that if she H is not supplied vil i Ihe ding she would kill herself Mrs. Listci paid noHtteution to the threat and i oil iv while she was in another room Flora too' a rev )her from the bureau drawer 1 id shot herself Sha was removed to the hisptil Hu phys-icians have very little hops ol her reiuver) Mud by a Hlfjhwiijman DlWQtB la Nov hn Hader I" M i Inv r foi S hidt Bros, brew- rs, wa.s returning from Key West, a vil five miles from Dtibiique While nving through a lonely ravine he was ac- lObtid by thiue men vvhoasked permission to iide with liim to Dubuque He granted thin request and they at once demanded of hi n Ins money He refused to give it up and one of the men shot him in the left ule inflicting a dangerous wound The Incvf! then took a puise containing ml fled leaving Haderschield uueonscioui on I is wagon fo Contest Two Sentn. WATHiBUHY, Conn Nov 10 tuck ilitied tvvo representatives this year, tht Hcoilt census showing a population of over The seats of the two Democrats elected will be contested Ihe Republic ans claim that the increased population was not officially nnnouncid, and the (lection Is consequently illegal Leading Democrats hold that the election was legal, Bristol having done the same thing m 1880 without opposition and without offl cial announcement Shot ST Lot is Nov 10 Charlton, old and his sister, Oalisa, 6 years old wer plajmg at their homo No South bixlh stint Ihe bojhadasmall shotgun tally the gun was die charge 1 and Us contents entered the mo'ith of Ins little sistei, killing her In stiintl) The agreeaBle pleasantnem In taking Hires' ongh Cure overcomes all thoughts of medi- cine At tbe same time It Is the most effect- ual and harmless remedy ever discovered for oonghs, coldi, hoarseness, croup, ete Full dren lulu faThlra. Philadelphia Clothing Co., 1S6 S. Broad. WIRE PULLING FOR 1892 1 o Trade Speakership Suppor for Presidential Delegates. FROPOSH) DLMOIKAI1G TICKED! The Cleveland. Pattlnon, Whll ne; and HIM Are Mentioned Intercut Ing GoHHlp from Waahlngioii Coiittirnlu an Important Subject. WASHINGTON 10 ith the retu uf members of congress to the city Th contest for the speakership of the nex house begins to assume local interest an importance Ihe tight for the positio will be w iged warmly during the comn winter and will undoubtedly have l effect even on the deliberations of th present house of representatives Hi most interesting phase of discussion o the subject at this time is the question Its relation to the contest for the Demi" cratic nomination for the presidency i 1893 An East and West Combination One of tht current bits of gossip is tha an alliance may be formed between th east and the west m the speakership con test with a view to an arrangement fo the presidential nomination Prommen Democrats now in the city say that th Democratic strength of New 'iork Nev Jersey, Connecticut, Maryland, West Vi ginia part of Pennsylvania and part o Virginia can be thrown for a wester candidate for the speakership in exchan for western votes for an eastern candidate for the presidential nomination Governo Abbett of New Jersey, ex Governor Blacl of Senator Barbour, of l gmia and Senator Gorman of Marjlam are counted as favorable to such an a liance Two of the Proposed Ticket In this combination the candidates fo the presulenc) most spoken of are lntne anil Hill while it is current gossip tin the friends of Cleveland and Pattison l the east mav form an alliance for the ele< tion of a southern candidate for speaker 1 exchange for southern votes in the Demc cratic national convention feecretuiy Rusk's Annual Report. WkSHlNoToN he secretary o agriculture h is presented his annual re port to the president By comp iring price at Chicago for Ot 16 of and 1889 h shows a m irked increase in the values o agricultural pro lucts especiall) of cere Us Secretar) asserts that without igno IUL, the effects of natural causes in en hancing values it is evident that th economic itlon of the last session o congress has directl) benefited the faun ers, the improved v ilue of cereals ash btheves bung largely due to the sllve legiKtjimii which moreover lias lesseue the influence of Russia and India ou w he-it competitors in British market' Our increased export trade in cattle an annual products auolhercause of congrat ulation he traces to the energetic and e fective measures adopted for the eradlra tioi of i leuro pneumonia and to the grow ing appreciitiou it home and abroad o the department's ability to suppress o effectually control contagious animal dis eases The Inspection of Export Cattle In the line of further precaution the de- partment is now prepared to carry out th mspettion of evport cattle before ship ment, pn v ided for by the act of Aug 30 Similar energy has been dir cted k our pork interests The secretary strong ly recommends an inspection law sti] more comprehensive of all animals tered for interstate or foreign trade Ih present immunity of northern cattle from TexiU) fever he believes to be due to a gen eral complnnce with the regulations o the department issued last spring The Home Sugar Industry. The outlook for a home sugar industry is cons dered favorable The Secretar; predicts that in the near future half of ou sugar will be supplied from the suga beet In the provisions of the tariff bill Secre tarj Rusk finds what he regards as som glaring inconsistencies, in that it Elves en tire control of sugar manufacturing an bounty pa) ments to a subordinate office of the treasury department, m spite of th fact that heretofore the department of ag multure h is been charged with the gen eral superv ision of the sugar industry RAW Silk and Flax. The production of raw silk as an in digenous industry is referred to in no very encouraging terms, though its im portance is emphasized by reference to thi imports of raw silk, which have largely in creased during the year, and are valued for the yeai at upward of but thi nectssitj for favorable legislation as wel as for improvements in machinery is in sisted upon Secretar) Rusk believing that the iictut changes in the tariff on linens will serve to encourage manufaiturers to provide a market for home grown flax Ihe possibility of serving the corn grow ers throughout the countij bv extending the market for Indian corn in foreign countries has engaged the secretarj s at tention with the result that he has ap pointed a Special agent abroad haunt, special qualifications for this duty, to vestigate and report upon the possibilities of promoting the consumption of Indmi corn in European countries i he secretary declares that some mean' should be provided by which, on occasion' of gnat importance in the agncultuia. world, such as the international congress at Vienna last year, this country could be officiallyreiiieseOted through the depait ment of agriculture Such gatherings, he argues afford the very best opportunit) for properly qualified persons familiar with conditions of American agriculture to observe the methods" pursued abroad and to estimate their adaptability to ou own country A Hopeful Outlook. In concluding his report he_savs "I Will be paid to any cempctcnt chemist xv ho wil fbd onamlyBts a pnrtlclo of Mercury, Potash or other poisons in Swift's Spoclflc (S S S j AN FA UNO SORT! f Henderson Tex Ang S3, "Ute elgh teen montha I had an eating BOTQ on ray tongne I waa treated by the beat phyalclflna, but obtained no relief, tho flore gradntilly growing j wotso. I concluded finally to try B B 8 was entirely cured after ualnu a few bottle.11 Ton havo my checrfnl pciulsalon to pnblleh the j sbovo ment for tho benefit of thrpo Blmilarlj f C RMoTimonB, J o on Blood and Sinn Diseases mailed free 8FBCIFIQ CO reel am] n i i inn I in expi ss mv geneial ii sf i i a at tin in li n f Hgitiultuitl n luis In oui t itij adding ll it in HI f tin i III I-, ll IK i agriiult n il d M ions mil c f s i I l tul depressi n is n ist i xist nun i at all tiiuis insHiie sfrtions at 1  )et i t f il re View of til t v tits f tin past v i n d u general si f tl f agru ill toda) b t k n luukil imp it in the eo I I n if i ur >s mil prouii t vv II f i tl eir future wi II n HER LIFE FOR A MOLE Prett> M irion n IM k In No I L, r Kit HlK X v 10 M uion I I i ti r of DarlluifUn 1 I m s of I "i street I nglevvood UK dint (it I its l in h ital vv 1 ill timkrc, is if.. icalopeiati n f< i thinnuva! ill mole on litr ihiik I hi ii 11 tremelv it fill oni Marion vv i i I i in ful girl despiti tin ftiitihata ilm li had madi its aijuiruue 01 I r cheek It was th s sin ill (life t tdivvjis prltnnril) the i inse of hr r dt at I r par ents were vtrv aim MIS that tl r laugh ter should u will in soim i 1 the mole was n 11 nstant --ouice if i v tire to them Then too thiv ftan I ll it I might dev 1 pe into something u i HII ous Af'T considerable dehbtii i i wasdeiidedto havt the blemish i n vid by a al operation Mr and Mrs Jones selected the Presl j terian it il as the instltntnn f i thf operation fn be perfornnd m It s s u l it was Dr I irles Parkes, master ot the surgual staff of the hospital who aj lied the knife Marion was placed ftn the opentins table and pn par itions were mid( Iv Dr Parkis for i 1 iiinistering thi il at is thetlc A t h th was saturated w nh (1 1 jro form and apj lied to the girl s 1 So brav e vv is she that she offend t 1 lithe cloth in place vvhilp the i was pi itinf, his instruments m positi n f r the operatlrn linn vv th her parei is st ind ing beside lur thn sankiitj a fr mi which she u is invert! make Ihemolevvission renuvid fti 1 ri ipplu 1 in or U r to tt the pilitnt Ihe flT rt ris iltel inlv nn wlmhi] It 1 n It i h i Pirkes was f icid t uini unit t e s id fait Mr and Mrs J n- V-. iniiive Canadian I take a t re it intt u-t in tin this countiv i i in live I ne even if Mr dies trv l i si ut us out of the American niai kit I n 1 imports enor mous qiuntities of mutt i oils, barley and wool fnlv a sn ill qi unit) of whicl comes fn in C u iu'u For three )earswe have shipped on an ivei ui hea( of cattle to 1 n J in 1 u 11 nil) and this yeai we will slni II i n 1 ut this is onl; one fourth of its nn i ti n We sen WO vv rth rf i ui I old u.. la the most Ancient and most general of diseases Scarcely a family Is entirely from It, while thousands everywhere are Iti infferlng slaves Hood 3 Sarsaparllla hu had remarkable success In curing every forln scrofnla Tbe most and pnlnfn] rmnlng sores, swellings In the neck 01 foltre, humor In the ejes causing ar total bllndnesi yield to powerful of this medicine Ihe Worst Tjpe. "My son was afflicted w Ith the worst type of scrofula, and on tlio rtc mmendatlon of my druggist I gav e litm Ho id s Sarsaparlluv Today he Is sound and ell notwithstanding It was said there was not enough medicine In TUlnots to effect a cure J CUHISTTIH, IlL Be sure to get Hood'u Oanaparilla jO I HOOD4CO Apothe IOO Doses One Dollar 'he IftrgBBt variety ot STirFRFINE ORFAM to be the finest made in the U H will he funnel at ANGKT.O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, TRENTON, N J Fancy Fi Ice Cream, Soda Water, Ice Cream Sodas, Milk Bhakea, Lemonade, alwayi on hand, and the bent that can be had and made, Theia are Prlcon eonvnnl- jear a i l in t t i in it u v. Mini can i 1 his t 1 If n ait 11 t 1 i t i I M 1 I ii I 1 l ist and i h 1 i i M k ilt Hint 1 K t ill i 1 it i I is In I i Ian 1 in ll 1 1 i 1 n i n il peoj h th i a-, nlMi i 11 i u nit I Mir Kt 1 tl  i i M N t n I'a i! an In li ii u i-' I st 1 i f 1 _inli iiuiri) i in 11 I r I i n i-, 11 ft in tli In Ii i t )i u 1 1 in i in 1 he 1 ist U r r, I i i i i n ui i n l! I I ill a I i I kilK 1 a in f 1 v i i OIH of tint ttir i {ittlom wnhmrt j rni in II till 111 K i I l I 1 I ml it li 11 K i i l i 11 rs t i f i n n i I 1 ft) M kille.l i i nn 1 tl iill ait uteiu t d lo 1 e 1 i LJ 1 I) I i i Puil i 1 il s d tht un t n t Shut II M Mif, and Killed Himself 1U t arnlr md c n IULU r killt 11 K and tutu mil tul sum !e in thf Mai Inn hotel lure list I he iniiplehad jus retired for the nitht wlit n ilree shots i rapid sucLtssi m wi rt, lit nd 1 lit he It clerk ran tu the room an 1 f und Mr allie tlu hi 1 in ti d> tnt ditioii ith a bulUt un 1 in h r hi a and another in htr nick, ui 1 the liusl in dead, a sin HI his haui One Man OSHKOMI m N( lu Ihe Os Cook, a freight ladin 1 mt uhicfi plies be- tweeu this cit) and points on the Uppe I1 ox ran an mist a snag and san D tar a small t on the io A man uanu 1 Otto belo and tried to stopUiekttk and was dr w net Ihe boat is owned b) Cook lirou n Co ofthiscit) dealLisint al lime etc an 11 valued at about j_ in The lireiuan U UN Killed pa N 0 V 4tock ti i craM ed and coniplittl) wrttkultli signal t Port K on ttif ntilioatl Mindm 11 e pt i it r utptddtdth In juinj inn fiom tht i but iht lireni in ot the irain was killed Sho Oft the Hi idKe OMlKObU N MaUl 1 tars old walked off I sin 11 In ill v- o clock Satuni 15 mori ing hile tli ilriw was open and wasdrjwntd II; bod> was found last evenmg Both the method and results when rup i f Fijjs is taken; it is pleasau mil refreshing to the tT-te, and acts ?entli jetpionptl) ou the Liver and Bowels- c't in-is the PJS tern efltctualh, disju's toVK head uhes and and cms hilutuai on-tipatmii. H nip of I igs is the onl) remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleising to the taste and ac ceptahle to the stoniadi, pionipt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects, prepared oi.ly from the healthy and ajrieeahle substances, its many cxce'lent qnahtua commend it to all and 1m e made it the mosi popuhr reined known. of h, for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading gists Any reliable win may not have it on hand Mill pro cure it promptly fir any one who wishes to try it. Lo not accept an) substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAH nANcisco CSL XV t.cu KRK, NY Special Notice. The ladies will find at Walhs' all the late armals in Woolen Yarns, among which we highly recommend the following famous favorite brands Best imported Qei man Knitting Yarn, in all colors; best Spanish Yarn, in all colors, best 8axonj Wool, all colors, Knitting Wors- ted, all colors, impoited Zephyr and Zephyr German town only in very best quality Likewise we call attention to our giand, superb stock of Fall and Winter Under- wear, Childrens' Outfits, Ohil- dreus' Cloaks, Coats and Hats and Caps for the Fall wear Very latest handsome styles, war- ranted made ot the boat materials and superior workmanship Fall Hosiery, Kid Gloves, Corsets, tine Vfuahn Underwear, All new goods Fine Umbrellas, in endless variety. One lot fine Gloria Um- irellas, which sell at 50, we are now selling at cost; yes, truly :ost, only 98c. Call and be convinced OPPOflliE CITY HALL NOTICK. Acting by the ndvlco the County Ho- oltor The Collector wishes to give notice tint tno bills of the Meatloi BonnlR will avo to come before tho Freeholdern nt their neetlng on Wednesday Next, Nov. 12. BlllB panned by too Board will be paW by tieok on the next day 1HUK8DAY, NOVKMRKR 13 MOST APPETIZING EASILY DIGESTED. !lu N XN H l I ifiifltrs tluir of ihu uulclMcMps u mi Itis uiexLtlleit trreater th tn the best uf uthu A jas 4 "BEST GOES FARTHEST." VAN ,r he i made uiul lu Hniiuml unct 1. ,v ra tre than nuim I I rl-ur ,e anU T arai ,i UaH r TI, tUt nlo, m n lubltj l it i n ,tr Uvo maiiUfs w r I Aek f r AS H t TEN rt lAkt N rHLR ra I i ff i i. i WTN'l'Hlli STYI.HJ DWUI5YS. SEAL TURBANS, SEAL CAPS, YOUMAN'S HATS A SFKCIAT.TY. One of the tomnioni.it tiaksof li is to c lost (hi, iun to [ualiu a temptingly ip 11 i Good tl tiling t produced without iost and lalior mv moit, than corn or potatoi-. and all that the best H cheap- est in tin cud It jou arc a bujer and keen tor u will hiul one m oui stoikol Winter A. C. YAH 5 GO. 6th AND CHESTNUT. i3th AND CHESTNUT. MEN'S SUITS for I A better suit from Jij to 20 AND OVERCOATS r fine suit from Ji7 to 24 I Dress Ulsters and Cape FOR DRESS and BUSINESS. J Overcoits from to 25 C J.'XTjri i- i i I1T j. i4 f- iT YOUTHS' SUITS, CAPE OVERCOATS AND STORM COATS. CHILDREN'S SUITS AND NOBBY OVERCOATS from 3 years old. SMOKING JACKETS and LOUNGING COATS. CUSTOM iJKPAKTMRNr. Prices range on these goods from to V nice suit for Good Overcoat tor 50 1'intr grades in proportnn Ikautilullj nude and trnnnuj We hid in i line these garments from to Dont miss seeing them Stocked full of all the for Overcoats and I rousers A perfect, st) hsh fit Sinclair, Varmost Co., Clothing Manufacturers. 39 Kast State Street. 1 WiUTlNG MACi UN w. No Ribbon. T> Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment. Challenger Co., GENERAL AGENTS, NO 1407 CHBdTNDT 8TEEET, Philadelphia, Pa. I RI-NI) FOR C'ATALOQUF HAH MAN Boaght hu of AMPRICAN OLOTHINQ ANO TAILORING 00., would not flirt hor ranch wind thiongh hij orat clothi-s Boji mtk but BL8T TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING At mnch lui tkxn Philadelphia Oni girft Itadm to-day kn 8AMPI.F OVRKOOAT8 ter worth and ou SAMPLE 8UUH. wtrth and for for Ohildrtn'i aid Haiti CLOTHING MADE TO OKDEIi Ut but heni_ wltk, aid nght xlong A_Mlin 111 fMo. 3 Kut Rtfttn. Oor. 8i K 01 Alt ASTKRin e.TJ3Ft.TiltT BUT AND SUSPEHSORT IWIM) imtVKY for thli M r Iflp p r lunt nl (Itnfrall HpHhnFRx Mill Sooth nt. iir-rrntu nf Urclrtrlty tt r ftri B iftT8 rritorlns [t cm (n 11 RA I Til nn 1 V1UUHOI S RTKKMlTIl fflrli (urrrnl Imlantlj or r rf it IS wm In KIT ftnipcnaori Oooipklc jin I m W nnt riMf. I rr Torf I lu Ihrnr- moutl Scslol pun phlct rco AN HEN XT KGTRIG 00 SIB Broadway New For Sale 64 Frospect St. One of the highest and healthlpnt locnllonii In town a IBM KM DRY BRICK HdlTMK eleven rooms anil bath, heated throughout with nteom, flnUhed In natural wood ron- spRslon given at any time Apply on pmn JOHN CT MILIRK me maters Birr ONI cone D'HAIrlES GOLDEN SPECIFK It i In or leu of fWd, without the knowledge of the patent, It li in sbeolutely harmleoa wiu mnd sppody whother the pitlant roodprato drtnkor or aa nloohollo wreok. IT NF EH t s. it opemtpH io qntetly and with iuoh Ulnty that tho pntlent nndprgoes no (noonvcnlanaa 1 1 he award, bin complete refoiuiatlon u 48 book of particulars freo, TOIZ1T A >TIS DBUGOI8T, and Trenton, H J.   

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