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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. IX. NO. 21 i 5. DANCING DAY AND NIGH I Alarming Reports from Gen Miles at Washington. 811 TIM. 1UII SI1ISS I I' IHLRLDS lie 'III. 1 8urr< N 1( i ILI i lull s I ill, m IS.) limit d Kill tlu IB, Then 1 Hi I I n 1 he Meti 11. Hi IK 11 the Wit In litil! don and CatQuh m IN N v following dixpitchlr m (nn Miltnto the adjutaol giiHiil 1 n n tin Indian situation lias-bun r< I lattli v ir department n itli n li is bt n receive! I Kehil that tin i the L pi ei Mi Fort Helkn i) the "Mts-.ul! t i MI 1 lit H A eiitres on oui also those near OI< ive adoptee the latter are quite ugh that Sit nig riiill km sent emissaries to tbusc tr bcs nnd to fort} eight lodges 0! Siout mitli of the British line inciting them t t.et aims ntid initniinition allfi join tl f th r vv in rs HI itk hills m the "i i u I i v i 1 11 is b ing made to allav i tie ttirl ulent but the violent vert n t of nni si mil purtv of the despei u i s m iv cans a general up riMi K Hi I -t n it from the north ern IK i i i-, tl it tl v hiiv e ab indonecl the d I isi II ie no delay liowrvtr int ittu _ tin r tr  to create a scare, and pass as the savior of the country In fact he is almost in the attitude of a political mes- siah, such as the Indians themselves are looking for He is one of the most am bilious men in the army and he is pulling his wires shrewdly Dancing Day aud Night. MANDvN S D Nov correspond ent obtains information from the Sioux agent) from twoabsolutelj reliable sources on" tl western part of the reserva tion and one from Standing fol lows Chances are against an immediate uprising unless Sitting bull makes up his mind it would pay Sitting Bull could be arrested and put m irons, but the agent is afraid this would precipitate trouble Agent McLaughlin has lost control of Sit- ting hull and other leaders At Bull's camp i dauce of .200 braves keeps up day and Indinis vvith titling Bull say all white men will i e turned into buffaloes and cat- fish in the spring The Indians from Pine Ridge are now with Sitting Bull inspiring his followers with the Messiah craze 1 here are insufficient troops at Standing Rock to justify the taking of such neas ares for tlie suppression of Sitting Bull as prndence would demand Long Ucatlod Sitting Bull Sitting Bull is jealous of the increase of the cattle on Caunonball river belonging to white settlers He teaches his followers that if a raid is made on the settlers anu the) are killed, the Indians can surrender on the appearance of the soldiers and be forgiven Ihen because of the fate of the former settleis no new ones will come there liic Indians who have followed the advice of Maj McLannhlin andaciumu lated property are opp< sed to the proposed uprising Young bucks who have nothing tleld j KOCH 11 o Situ itlc 11 lery Onive 1'iM.luiK i N  It is re- ported here that an extensive bank failun has occurred HIM It ing no li ss thin six southwestern hnai enl c ncems which were under the i t manage meut The) ar tne Newton National bank at Newton Kan with brand ei at Outline Norual LI rleno stillvvater and Ash rl time ic, a rim was made on the Outline bul b it the New tin bank went to us le-cue and met all claims presented th it tune the ere lit of the whole group of banks has been more or less nipured 11 e failure was precipitated b) the Kansas t it) baukn withdrawing their sjpport TUe bank and the Gut I ne bank have closed their doors while Ihe Whitewater concern is in tne hands of the examiners Ine as- sets of the Newton Outline and White- water banks are believed to be eq lal to the labilities A Battle with PARIS, KT Nov 22 A battle between a gai g of It ill in laborers and citizens took place at 7 a m Ihe Italians were consti urting the new water works here when the horses attached to a passing omnibus took fnuht at the steam drill then in operation In their flight the animals dashed into a crow 1 of Italians of them were hurt thev be came so enraged that they attacked the driver A number of citizens came to his I'KKN'rON, SAL'UKDAY AKTKKNOON, JAFIERSIEWARTSCASI 1890. TWO C KM'I'd conflict eimc 1 The Italians were soon put to flight and driven outofthecitv No one was killed, bat a number on both bides were Mijured Pastor Chew the Charge KM PORT N J Nov 22 Ihe trial of lev Robert Chew, pastor of the Cliff wood and Jacksonville Methodist Episcopal churches charged with attempting to as ault Mrs Alonzo Armstn ni. was held by Presiding Elder James Moore Chew lenied the charges, and req tested a few lavs time to enable him to procure im jortant witnesses He claims that it is an attempt parishioners to ruin him Mrs Armstrong is very emphatic in her harges and la determined to htve him pauished The trial was adjourned until nxt week Great interest was manifested n the proceedings They Must Com- tn America NoRWVLK.Gonn Nov C2 Mr White aw, principal owner m the mgham compam of 'Votluid an agent are at Westport looking for a site or a factory on tlie river Ive   Crocked Work at th Deathbed of the Merchant Prince Nov 22 body thong] the last contest over Millionaire A fatewart's will had been ended and that Judge IMltou would be left the adminl tration of those vast charities that ha ever been Stewart's hope of fame BI now new claimants have come forwar" Poor cntisuiH of the dry no living in county Antrim, Ireland, say th they alone shall inherit his wealth Tl basis of their claim IB startling They sa that that Instrument which D lano C Calvin accepted at midnight April 18, 1876 as the last will and testa- ment of Alexander Tourney Stewart, not his will, and that they expect to pro' a very grave fraud, if not a crime, has been committed The Ma' blnery In Motion. Can they prove it? Gen Benjamin F Butler and William theircoun sel, think they can They set the machin ery in motion yesterday Lawyer Secc asked Justice I-aoombe, in the United States circuit court to appoint a comni sioner to take the testimony of Dr Erastu K Marcy of No 396 Fifth avenue one c A 1 Stewart's attendant phjsicians, ho' HIE to prove by him that fraud had hoc committed The suit on which yesterday motion was based is that of Sarah Branag against P Smith who was fo lears rom-hmartfar A -btswart and fo bis widow up to the time of her death, an who was one of the witnesses to Stewart will Mrs Stewart left him the tl e corner of Thirty fifth street and Lei avenue Hlmt Sarah Branagh Claims. This was part of the estate that fell t her under her husband's will Sara Brdiiagh contends that the house neve lielonged rightfully to Mrs Stewart, be- i mse it came into her possession throng a fraudulent will Therefore, she claims Suiitn s possession of the house defraud her of the legacy she would have enjoye as next of km She also sues for dmidges for the detention of the propert from her since the time of the probate o A T Stewart's alleged will in 1876 Chargo of Fraud and Crime. Before Judge Tjieombe yesterday Attor nej illmm H Secor, in hn mo- tion, said I wish to make an application for th examination 'm perpetuam rei memonam i f one of the witnesses of an alleged wi] of Alexander T Stewart said Mr Secor Ihe witness iaDr Erastus t Marcy, i 9 old and infirm In case he should die w e w Lsh to perpetuate his testimony alsc jsk that the original will of Alexander T si ew art be placed m the hands of the cler! if this court, and that the clerk be made commissioner to take the testimony of Dr Vlarcy A grave crime and fraud been committed and we think the court is th< best custodian of the alleged will It never been filed in the surrogate's court and ne have been nnable to get a look at it 1 Judge Russell, the attorney for the other side, has this alleged will, and I have ever been able to get a sight of it though I have called repeatedly at his office for that purpose I want to inspect the will aud he has flatly refnned to let me do so say again that a crime and a fraud has been committed, and I respectfully sub- mit to the consideration of the court that we should be permitted to have this will placed in the hands of the court I ask that the machinery of the court be put in action to get possession of this will, It surely can do no harm to Judge Russell i: it be shown that no crime has been com- mitted what fjoT Seoor Mr Secor then formally asked that nn order be made requesting the filing of the will with the court The records of the surrogate's court give the tames of Dr Frastus E Marcy, Dr William H White, Mr Stewart's physicians, and William P Smith and William B Lynch, his coach man and valet reajyrctivery, as witnesses to his last will In view of this statement he following affidavit by lawyer Secor s interesting 1 That from infoi .nation furnished deponent )y Dr Erastus E Marcy oat ot the wilnesara to tlie last and testament of the la'-e AJemnder TonrDey Stewai t deceased, deponent expects to prove by his exam nation in perpetuam rel me- mormm that al the time of his subscription to aaiu will and testament that one of the witnesses Jn-reto placed a prlvata mark thereupon and ,hat at the time of the subscribing of said will by .aid witnesses the only persons present thereat were Dr W ilham H White, Mr Henry Hilton the testator and Dr E Marcy That no other persons present jpon that ocr-nslon notwithstanding the facts thru spread ipon the records of the surrogate coui t of New York county upon tho probate of the will unt-nt alleged in the ansnar ID thin action. Thai from otber matter stated to depontnt by said Dr Erastus E Marcy It IB the opiuion of deponent that hli expected testimony will estab- I8h a very grave fraud If not a crime has been committed concerning the paper writing pro pounded for probate as the last will andlesla ment of gaid Alexander T Stewart deceased atid Mie examination of said Dr Erastus E Marcy Till go fur toward so establishing and pioving he Mine and the info, mallon to imparted by ils testimony he informs me was withheld dur ng the lifetime of the late Cornelia M btewart he widow of said Alexander r Stewart on her account and since said time and until the nt has allowed this matter to drift until preSiod or information upon said subject by deponent. Will Flcht to the Very Lmt Lawyer Secor has spent many months racing the history of A. T Stewart's fam- ly in Ireland I have received hundreds f letters from bogus said Secor "I find, though, that they stop mting as soon as I send them word to orward me proof ofrthelr femshirrto A T Stewart and J250 to verify their family rec ord in Ireland The genuine kinsfolk of A T Stewart are few In number, but they are determined to fight for their rights to the very last Troup with Manslaughter. LONDON, Nov Chronicle an nouuccB that the Society for the Protec tion of Aborigines is considering the ques- tion whether under an old English stat- ute, Troup Ward and Bonny are not guilty of manslaughter in ordering the execution of the Soudanes Snnison Cyr'n Great Feat. MONTHFAI Nov Cyr, the Canadian Sflinson, broke the world's record for putting up dnmbbolls yerter day by raising 109 pounds with one hand, uliouldcr to arm's length above nhoulder, twenty seven times He also held 108J ot Drop >on Partisan PlTTSBlRG Nov the session theNon Partisan Women s Christian Tern perance union, Mrs Miller said that telegram h td oeen received from France L president aud M irv A bridge secret-try, of the c men s Chn tian Temperance union asking thittli prefiT non partisan be taken from th name of their organization The tiyjs committee decided that as this tel zfam was not officially addressed to th president and as the association could no change the name for a anvhcw n action be taken on the telegram I'h treasurer s report was read and adopted New York citi v as selected as the plac for holding the "econd national conven tion The I'.ejuvejmti.m of the Barings LONDON is officially state that the scheme for the continuation the Barings in business has been con eluded 'Ihe new concern will be a hm ited liability companv It will regtste and begin business immediately, with subset ibed capital exi ceding Mr Thomas Baring M P who become chaiiuian of the new company, will d, vote his whole fortune to sustaining th hrm's credit Ihe otber directors ar Francis Baring John Baring and Kirk man Hodgson They T'llnk Her Boilers Burst LON-DOS Nov jj-fhe three survivor of the steamer berpent have arnVedat Ply mouth Burton one of the men said in an Interview that he believed the sen quenched the vessels fires as volumes o dust and ashes were thrown up covering hecrew The offie of thesteamer 1 jn ire convmc d however from the state- ments male bv the rnen during the voy e and from the mutilated condition of i lumber of the coipses that the Serpent'i loilers burst Cardinal Gibbons Denies It. BAITIMOBF N v Gibbon .es-teidaj that, the New Haven (Conn aory concerning himself and Hyaomthe 4 Hmgiose was tntirely untrue Th. -animal has brought no suit against Ring asked for no injunction agninst the irm of publish! is and has no intention vhatever of paving the slightest attention to what he regards us a scheme to adver ze a book A niiiiii n oi Ausii VtAbHIMTON N V mint h is ben n frnned that a 'ollars In Amtnlian gold sovereigns has been dep s ted and melted down ut ilian Gold Melted director of he SHU }TI mint b tht most ancient and most general of an a family entirely from It, while thousands eveij where are III infferlng slaves Hoods Sarsapanlla h.. ttd remarkable success In curing every foiin of scrofula. moit severe and painful running sores nwelllnga In the neck 01 goitre, humor in the eyes causing parHtl or total blindness yield to tho powerful oSocti of this medicine I Worst Type. "My son was afflicted with the worst Ijpo of scrofula and on the recommendation of mj druggist r gave him Hood's aamparillm. Today he li sound and well, notwithstanding It was said there was not enough medlctno la Illinois to effect a cure J CUKISTIAX, niipolls, III Bo lure to gel Hood'-; iiursuparilla I fj Rl. arlei Ixiwell kjO 1 to IOO Dosoi One Dollar he, lament vnrletv ot SUPERFINE CRFAM OHOOOLATER guaranteed to be the flneot made in the U H will be found at ANGKT.Q CAMRKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, TRKNTON, N J. Fancy Cream, Soda Water, loe Central New England Ihe ju de- cided to dissolve the injunction A Bunker Charged with Smuggling Ft PASO Tex Nov 22 -J Fauda, a prominent nnd wealthy banker of Chi huahua Mexico was arrested last even ing in Paso del Norte on the charge of smuggling Ihe customs inspectors in examining Fanda s baggage discovered a false bottom in one of his trunks and on being toin open the bottom was found to be filled with costly silks. He Blames the Recent DANVERS Mass Nov -The Danvers Iron works will shut down todav after a busy season A member of the firm of Tompkins Co of Boston the proprie- tors is reported to have said that he did not know when the works would resume, owing to the of the iron mar ket, caused by tlie recent elections She Got ft Verdict for TERRF HAITF Ind No> 22 -In the case of- Marv E Johnson of Coal Bluff against the Chicago and Indiana Cc al railway for damages m the sum of (100 the jury re- turned a verdict allowing the plaintiff the full amount of her c laim A motion for a new trial was filed b) the defense The Roof Fell on Htm SCRANTON Pa Nov a 0 Hara aged 60 was killed in the Pennsylvania Coal companies mint at Duumore jester day He had fired a bl ist and was return ing after the discharge w hen the roof fell In and crushed the life out of him The Readv for Trial. WASHINGTON Nov 22 The navy de- partment has been n Ved by Cramp Sons that the Newark is ready for her offi cial aea trial The trnl board been appointed 1 v Secretary 1 racy, Cftpt Erben being president of it Both the metlind and results wten rup of is taken; it is pleasant iiiel lefreslmtg tr> the and acts .entlj jet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, llie tera cold- head ulies and fevers and onus habitual onstipation. fcjrup of Figa la the only remedy of its kind ever pro dnced, pleasing to the tasto and ac ceptable to the stomnch, prompt in its action and truly beneficial m ita effects, prepared only from the mo-t healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remed) known. bjrup of Jigs is for sale in BOc and 81 bottles by all leading drug Any reliable drugpist -who may not have it on hand will pro- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SM Mi, tOUISVIIIF, AT HC H 1 Special Notice. The ladies will find at Walhs' all the late arrivals in Woolen Yarns, among we highly recommend the following famous avonte brands Best imported German Knitting Yarn, m all colors, best Spanish Yarn, in all colors, best Saxony Wool, all colors; Knitting Wors- ed, all colors, imported Zephyr and Zephyr Germantown ouly in very best quality Likewise we all attention to our superb tock of Fall and Winter Under- wear, Childrens' Outfits, Chil- rens' Cloaks, Goats and Hats nd Caps (or the Fall wear. latest handsome styles, war- anted made ot the best materials nd superior workmanship Fall Tosiery, Kid Gloves, Corsets, fine Muslin Underwear, Ac Ac. All ew goods Fine Umbrellas, in endless anety One lot fine Gloria Um- rellas, which sell at 60, we re now selling at cost; yes, truly ost, only 98c. Call and be convinced. i .1 U11X HAI.l, I'll I i I I i i 15 EAST STATE STREET. Mil DHJUHYG. SEAL TURBANS, SEAL CAPS, .t4 YOUMAN'S HATS A SPKCIAT.TY. IIAIII'ING On Stvle and Quahtj think ot putting an Overcoat or hint on our counters that wasn t nuitU an 1 wtll m.ult Tl.at is the fountUt on ot this sjnat business, and this staim the Clothing lor Men and n ht-tttr than ever A. C. CO. 6th Chestnut. fLetiger Building 13th Chestnut. TNew Htore KIT HERS. 66 Warrei BU, York. Price 60 rtj WIUTING MACIIINH1. No Ribbon. Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment r. Challenger Co., GENERAL AGENTS, NO 1407 CHEtfTNUT STELE T Philadelphia, Pa. SEND FOR CATALOGUF 11AI3 JlIIS MAN Bought pmnto of AMPRICAN CLOTHING AND TAILORING 00., tit woald not csred how mnc> wind wliintltd th.oagh hit tsili. Wt clothing Boyi wiU bwt BE8I TAILOR-MADE CLOTHiNG At mnch tkn Oar 8AMPLF OVEKOOATH (or worth Jli "d oar HAilPLE 80118, (13, t.r for Okildrtn'i Snita md Ovtrw.B OLOrHING MADE TO OKDFR u Ut but boas. kl owtHtrj M nglit is t c A "M 1 1 j I IMtlNTlNCl DONB IN MANNER, AND AT SHORT NOTICE AND FAIR PRICES, AT THt Trenton Times J O I'rinting Department WASHINGTON MARKET BUILDINQ, Corner of Kront and South Krcad Streets. A CASE OF THOSE Jr 'I3ST i-' r TTOCOT ..A. j.' H- S Made by of Boston at WHO Hl'M Broad Street Pharmacy. PAl'BONIKH HOME IHUUSTB'V iHn BUI tui Trenton Watch The moat reliable witch for the money Call and nee the large assortment at II. THE I 190 Perry Slroot, Opposite Trinity M. "I. i. B. HOBENSAGK, 3OO 3SToitt-> Oecond. S treat, PHII ADEf.PHIA, PA, The Iwdlnj fpecl' it In Toothful Imprn- lenoe Yonng mer oontemplAtlng marrlAge for Bonk. Sent on cnialutlon honn- 8 A H 111 t P M., from I r v nntll 9 p H 1 on Kerns Mains been wialgne 1 the AgentR for the Referee Safety, And Invite their friends and all who Intorr-at In cycling to stop In and examine It at the Cor. Warren and Mill Sts. Repairing a   

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