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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. IX. NO. 9176, TKKNTON, MONDAY AHTKKNOON, 24, 1890. TWO lORIVALCUSlER'SFAlE Fiendish Plot of the Desperate Ghost Dancers. AN AMIMSII rOIl THE SOLDIERS. I How Gen (ouimund Wtui to Huve lieen Lntr ij, M il unil MnHimcrtul Little Mound Ilr 1 Says 111! Urines 111 I) LonB UK They Like. PlNf KIWI 5 b D, Xov 1A- Tlie lust km wl th it thaghost dancers had ccnnmi ml plntniig to entrap the soldiers h is juMt been bVnnunt to Indian Agent by illmiu D Mcdaa, for an luilt in sccut ttnd now a wealthy ranchman In me; in Jie uciuity ol Buffalo Gap was tiaveling overland OQ horsebick aud alone He a wide friendship among the Indians generally, and Saturday night staid at one of the lodges about inidwa) between this point and Buffalo Gap He had placed very little dep ndence in the repoited scare, aud theicfur. tilt no fear lu 1) ing down and goint{ to sleep m a tepee full of In- dians A little curiosity, however, prompted him to feign sleep and keep his CITS open during the early part of the night Desperate Plot of the 'Ihe result was that he secured informa- tion as startliug as it was valuable, and that removes every vestige of doubt as to the bloodthirsty which has taken possession of the ghost dancers After he had been ui bed sume little time one of the iiilBkms bent him to discover whether he was asleep To all appear auees he was He heard them get up aud begin a whispered consultation For the first time in his life, McGaa he al- most doubted his on n cars Ihe Indians wltn whom he had lam down to sleep" witn a feeling of the utmost security were di n iau.lt eliminate) lead Gen Brooke and his soldiers into an ambush and shoot them down To HUal the Mauacre. Their plan was to continue the ghost dancs till the troops tried to stop it The pia e s. lected to carr) out their murderous dibign w is sixteen miles and a half north unci iiiwiip h camp on L lien ii.ek but the natuie ul the mtv-ac.es bo learnid Ihe M, ,slnh ei is si ill read lug thiougn all parts of the if-i i and the excitement among the Indians IB imreaMng Mi-si jn UK Ash le) aud Gunett of the Lpiscop I eh irch, havo.imud in tliM til) fiom Pun KuUe and Host bud agencies J he) thmk the sltuatlou Is critical A loung Woin.iii Attmked l BlbMAHCK N D Nil J4 Lu. Situr- day uikhl Miss D ua n_i i n I u Is me young Mtnugiaph r, eiiplned I tho Capital iNatioi ul bank, of tins n is huirv ing home v, hen she n Hli i 1 in In li in stalking ton aid hi r rapidh in wa-s frightened and walked on br ku Mie hud gone but a ft rt steps w 1 ui she was stiuck from beblul nn tile back ol the head by l Mil it nisi i umeut sunn k n I and I. II liss i u 11 t W i Hk ui I ii gaping wounu in tier ueati, scic struggled up and crawled home on her hands and knees An alarm was sounded and Acting Kimm ntititled the police aud arous.d the sheriff An Indian with a club had been seen running wildly down one of the streets, and with this clew a posse of citizens with a rope searched the streets all night A hand of Berthold In dians is camped at the rner lauding, at which place the officers arreste'd White Arm, a )ouui{ buck, and lodged him in jail Three ludlaua are in Jailunsuspl cion, with the sheriff and a strong posse to piottct them Irom the violence of the angry citizens Captured by RedNklnft. BLUNT, b D, Nov  ews in Luxemburg. LcXEMBeRG, Nov proclamation has bccu nn ucd, signed by all the Luinis- terh, announcing the death of the king of Holland and grand duke of Luxemburg Ihe document eulogizes the reign of the monarch, and declares that the peo- ple'i gratitude and blessings will follow him beyond the grave It concludes with the statement that the country views with perfect confidence the accession of the Duke of Nassau to the throne of LiiTem- burg The Pnlplt and Parnell. Nov O'Shea-Parnell case was alluded to more or less decidedly m Non Conformist pulpits in London Sun- da) The general tone was severely critical of the evil practices which bring about di- vorci, while the preachers also urged that political leaders should be men of exem- plar) conduct in their private lives The most vigorous denunciation of Mr Parnell by any of these reverend gentlemen was that indulged in by the noted Wesleyan preacher, Price Hughes, whp insisted that the Irish statesman should resign, and called upon Mr Gladstone and Cardinal Manning, in tbe name of England and universal religion, to join in the demand One Minister Agimnlted. Mr Bannin, rector of the Italian church at Hattun G irden took occasion in his sermon Snndrt) morning to denounce Mr Parnell In the midst of Ins diatribe sev eral of the congregation arose and left the church Others shouted to the rector, "Mind your own business aud let politics alone There was much confusion While Mr Btrinin was leaving the church after service he was hustled by a crowd around the church, and received several blows He was filially escorted to his lome by policemen On tlio Trnrk of SellverskofTn Slaver. LONDON 24 Padlewski, the sup losed asiasjin of Gen Selivcrskoff m Paris, has been traced to Ostend, whence le took the steamer for Dover on Thurs- day British and French detectives are on his truck The London police are confident Padlew iki ism this city, nut) that Information tif 3ls whettabonts will be given by some of us treacherous countrymen It is not be lev.d, lieivvevei, in view of tho recent dc isiou of the couit of queen's bench in the 2ase of the Swiss political murderer CHS lout Padlewski w ill be extradited, even f France or Russia shoul I request such ictiiui on tho pait of the British govern ment Tho Italian Elections. KOMT Nov 24 elections resulted n n majiiity for the government, which set nits lour seats in Rome, the fifth bt ing M cuti d b) the Irredt ntist All the nimi'Heis tire re elected Prime Mlnlsti r is elected in tlirt e places Pali i inn, "M i IK list and (jirgpnti Iheso cnilist CiMla is defeated in Bologna Tho Cur. vltch ut Cairo CAIRO Nnv Iho arrived here buntiav lliekhedivt and staff greet- ed him at tin lailvvay station, and he was atcnr.led a hen j public vv.lcomo Tn o Men Drowned. tbegreatesthonsehoidmedloineiiitheiorld. i S Nov 34 Alexander and THE BLUE ROOM A buAUTY .11 of Oil Itl tin NoV of ihe b'ti p u lor tht h mini u[ tit i x. i utivi i bff if in; lit it Ihe has hi i IM i n ed an 1 tluus are uf tl e n ui! lilt II. 1 hi .h t nr itiou l l( nl lei.pt Km .11.1 IMS just i in i f tin r oni I i m u di i urn u in i j iiMte t eul I Hie v ui n m tie] i .1 is t 1 ui eliellic l tl i s in eiemii l 11 me fn 1 H le uf blue poseu in in. in n 1111} sivs tn it neither himself nut si mU) uiten.le I tu allude to the uiaueis nmv m eontrovers) but were forced to do so b) the revelatlins fust made b) Maj Haiti. 1 tslirotbet Bmiuy ftlso .letu s t it ht i r s u 1 thai stanl. y had read Jim m dial) ml madu ex tracts from it KllUrt K. :l. molding n tin ill the in silk of a i is silk is In fact oiiilii n is t ml o'd uf uf the blue loom li fill cm i tl w i li as m i in unil t in. i f i om V n i ft lit m in shuil. s bliu HI tniil alti i i ill wi iidn.Ck of tin r ai 1 L.IJ 1 Ihe dill i i banii l e iiel w n k in i lighted up gold 1 he ell ill lull and 11 ale uf ere un HI d gold I w uideil vv ill is cmelt d v graei ful, lUbtlti. d pUltn made in an Anuriciti 1 cvei) tl ing .tbotit the Vmeruan t v t pt the 1 silk plush with which thi hlstcuic tl flliuitui hav e bee n cuvered Ihe ceiling of the n n has a beautiful relief bordei, vv ith a Mi d ut either end uf theoval. r i Bummer sk) effect is mtru meed, sha n fium nn ruing light near the windows t shadows at the othei end of the 1 Ihe windows are hui K m blue silk, carekhsl) draped over emblematic gilt rods Above the curtails are carved panels, the central des _u i a gold eagle and those on eithci Oide shields The room will be lighie 1 with electric light from lily sprajg about the picture molding and a ehuidilier lu the center of the room Ihe tluouuion has been in charge of William H Post Co of Hartford, Conn Ihe total cost of the improvements was A GANG OF THIEVES CAPTURED. They I for .Months n ithln the Shad on of a Chicago Police Station. -Cmmno, Eight "clesperate tlmves have been arreited b) the Des phimis street station puhce For tyio mubllis they have lived within the shadow of the station but so clever were they that their presence was not known until the dav of the arrest Four bold safe robberies and innun crable thefts are laid at their door Since Friday night ihe police have bci n fcii iiniug a small cottage at Islington street, where members of the feang weie heen to flock Sunday the officers raided the cottage and six men aud two women The police claim the) are the pirlies who robbed the safe at the Lake street depot of the Illinois Central railroad Booth Sous sift and also the stealing of a box out of Mull juaire Keller's buggy contain ing deeds moitgages, etc valued it ?1UO, 000 last week I'lilor E. W. for Dead. i ION, Nov W Fox, a well known business man and journalist, died suddenly m this city at 4 o'clock Sunda) afternoon of dropsy of the heart Ml Fox was born fift) two }cars ago in Buffilo, N He went to St Louis in a.s traveling salesman for the hard ware ot Guilds, Fair Co Hcte came in tune i b ilf owner of tbe concern which under the f-riii name of Pr.ttt i. Fox soon built up tie Urgest hardware busi ness in the Mr Fox was the first president of the bt Louis board of trade diiegue fiorn that bod) to tht nrst i itional e initneieial convention held m Boston in an 1 he was made presi dent of that convention Mr Fox vv is chairman of the executive comm nee m 1868, and surveyor of customs for st Louis under the admin istratiou of Pn sident Grant He came to Washington in ISAo and with Hon Jeffer sou Chandler bought ihe National Repub- lican, of which he was managing editor until it WHS merged m The Post iftci tins with his sons, William SAN t i i N steamer f n t r i H lug has ii no 1 nt II suit of a t in; v, 1 eral i I t hi n u tjiik.d 1 r I i Is u n i tin ci Ilf. l us rxnt bUi h tl pll i t h it it between thi Ir.i ips at t I he fuur i lours win kll d Rii.ter. 24 Ihe latest i riot I a as the re ih 11 it r-i v I n u r, at liu i ul one of it> in. ut rose tu IP 1 n a i ullisiun jple in winch nf thti (.ritilr (r.KsliiK Mich Ni da) express un Michigan Central was m at ing this i it) It slriu k a bliguv cunt lining Daniel L rane ind Hf rt dreen killing tht m instantl) I hey nere not tning to eross ahead ot the tngme but were unable to control the burse ihey were carried oa the cowcatcher nearly half a mile He Nurrowly fcst aped Lynching. PB, Nov   Not the Aggressor. LONDON Nov M Bonny writes wishes to try it Do not'accept any Ihe limes prottsung against Mr Jame substitute, son's charge that th.se who are accusing his brother, Pr, ftssor Jameson, had pre CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. viousl) accepted Mi Jameson's hospital mid hivi In. d the confidence re l i li testify to the success of Hood i SIP. ijwi llli as ft remedy for catarrh w hen oilier prcimatlons had failed. Shifled-Up Feeling. "I I hup been troubled for sev- eral yean wltli tint tnrllily dlwgreeable disease catanli I took Hood's SiMnpa- rilla with tin M i j h it remits It cured me if ttiat "outturn! dropping In my thrm> "nd Ituffed up fcollnt! It Im aho my motlu r who h c n It for run dim n irate of lie ilih and I Tdn trouble MHS S D. UfAiii Piitmm Conn Qarsaparilla bfO I HOOIiAd IOO Do: Prcpnrodonlj s Lowftll Maal Ono Dollar Get goods it DoWrt, IJolmSliuUhird, brothers, were dTonned last nlghl by tile cupsizing of their mflboto The largest vnrlcty nl HVPKRFINE TRFAM OHOrOLATKS guaranteed tobotlie flneflt made in the U S will be fonnd at ANGKT.O CAMKKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, BOB BOu'iJA TRKNTON, N. J. Fancy Frntta. Ice ream, Soda water, loe Cream Hodaii, Milk Shaken, Lemonade, Ao alwftyi on hand, and the boct that can be Thus lnott rat Mr-11. SAN fRAHCISCO UUISVIIIF, KY NEW H r. Special Notice. The ladies will find at Wallis' all the late arrivals in Woolen Yarns, among which we highly recommend the following famous favorite brands Best imported German Knitting Yarn, m all colors; best Spanish Yarn, in all colors; best Saxony Wool, all colors; Knitting Wors- ted, all colors; imported Zephyr and Zephyr Germantown only in very best quality. Likewise we call attention to our grand, superb stock of Pall and Winter Under- wear, Ghildrens' Outfits, Chil- drens' Cloaks, Coats and Hats and Caps for the Fall wear. Very latest handsome stales, war- ranted made ot the best materials and superior workmanship Fall Hosiery, Kid Gloves, Corsets, fine Muslin Underwear, Ac., Ac. All new goods Fine Umbrellas, in endless variety. One lot fine Gloria Um- jrellas, which sell at we are now selling at cost; yes, truly iost, only 98c. Call and be convinced. w i __ri HAIA The Famous of Europe. The Coming One of America. Van Houten's h yVr unt more of the flesh forming elements of cocoa than is. obtained by the best processes ol Other manufjcturers. VAN Ihu 11 'BEST GOES FARTHEST." Doctors and analysts of the highest standing all over the world, certify to thib immtnse saving, and b> VAV Hou- TEN s special process only L n this be attained W-VAH H-IC.TEN )fU( n Uirinj no inj mom effects nt] tlie i Of World thll tiin-nkir T c and or other coeona or ilck, rich and poor t! powesees the Croat Klvrintuce of No wonder theref TQ thntm all mended by medical men, In.tmd iif lea by children or aaulU fo I'll I I I 15 EAST STATE STREET. WINTH1H STYT.H! DKI SEAL TURBANS, SEAL CAPS, s, O.T.Q-V O. YOUMAN'S IIA'IS A" SHKCIAT.TY. Kf.il' IIAIll'INU On and Quality Wouldn't think ot putting an Overcoat or Suit on our counters that wasn't ne.itl} and well nude That is tho foundation of this {rn at buhincBR, and thn   Boyi and Chlldro niti tin bilk TAILOR-MADE GLOW At mivli U_- thn Phlladdphm pncw. Our gijit Icidin an 8AMPI.R OVEKOOAT8 for IM.99, wortk oar SAMPLE SUITS, fftrth for for Otildrea'i KBM Pints "d Snita CLOTHING MADE TO OR DEB tan u tlu but in Uw to wi'k, nghi along fc> So. 3 Cor. Warren IMtlNTTNU DONE IN A FIRST-CLASS MANNER, AMD AT SHORT NOTICE AND FAIR PRICES, AT THk Trenton Times J O n I'rinting I )cparimcnt WASHINGTON MARKET BUILDING, Corner of Front and South Hrcad Streets. JUSl DI'INID. Jr'ilT A CASE OF THOSE Made by of Boston, HI Broad Street Pharmacy. J, 8. HOBtNSACK, rHII.ADEI.PHlA, PA. The it In Yonthfnl Impra- lend for tPtHltofcl Book Sent receipt ot cnmlutfon honn A. K till 2 P. Ms 6 P. M. antll I) P M,   

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