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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. IX. NO. 2500. I'KKNTON, L'UKSDAY AKTKKNOON, DKOiaiBKK .3 1890. TWO OKNTfl I HE SENATORS IAKEN IN How Davall "Worked" the Sages of the Uppef House IVAJILI) !IIS Him HW IHrM ALL. As u I- II- 1 ...I...1 lesn I in tin I tot M i i 1 r d tulle Taken In, mi I tit (j line N tin Stopped. W i I) c -J Hunco Steerer Jhu i) I t has luori than found a mul in a Uilliinortaii JlimmmetsWill mm Duvill ami liu lius performed the nn [mi ill  lot ich si nator waa addressed a iLtttr 11 f( i mink lnui (f the advent of a Bun a i b H.UM tue senator's conHent to uamt the child after him A baptismal oerlihodtL wua inclosed showing that, for insi mu irank Hiscotk Dmall child of and his Mary W D sill n bjru it hiltimore Dec 1, It-1 i d I I z d in the i irst Eugllsh Li i ran c urcli Dec 16 Hi, li faiitlle '.mate lie iliiuin letter received by the ben M ks infur mi g the recipients of tit I r ftlieb y i tdarts that father I) n i 1 1 si i nil) brokuu his leg and hte fi lulls ait bunt to give him a benefit I kets are -n tpi B d to entitle thur_hold to al on tu a grand benefit enter- tunimut CQ Dec il Duvall H il lllar to e Ills ad Iress aa 1 titHiltii Hticit Hereis almt of the IIH i (h n tl e I ij li'-mal ctrtifir iten report- el up t idi t  prettv i ttle notes assuring Papa Duvali that the comphmetit paid is highly appreciate I MHiidernon Didn't Bite It IB quite probable that Duvall would yet be v.Diking his had he not decid ed to m ike a trj at Senator Mandertton, ol Nebraski lesteiday morning the sen ator received by mail one of the stereo- typed requests Ihe Jiebraskan recalled the fact that only a few before he hac seen a similar certificate, in which the name of the child was declared to be Jus- tin Morull Dnvall He also remembered that the father of the protective tariff hat deducte 1 to from his salary and mailed ii to the broken legged papa in Baltimore. Senator M indtrson instituted an irvesti gallon aud discovered that nearly all about thtcn- Semocn'tsand Republic ai s id been hard hit except him self Ihe majority of the victims appear to regard it as a huge joke, and laugh al suggestions of prosecuting Duvall it was the neatest piece of buncoing jel developed not even Ihose who sufferec mobt will attempt to deny The New England Society Banquet. NEW Dec annual ban quet of tlie s evv England Society of New took pi ice in the foncert room of M tdisoa bqnare Garden laat night speikers were lion Joseph H Choate Ghauncey M Depew, Hon A. B Cummins of Iowa ex Governor Wilson t f tat Virgluia Kev Francis Palton, o Princeton college, and den O O Howard In the absence of Vice President Morton, who was to respond to the toast to the president of the Lnited States the health of President Harrison was drunk standing There Can lie No Appeal. Nfw Dec United States court has decided to deny the motion to suspend jud.ment and for a new trial In the case of C-en Peler J Claassen presi dent of the Sixth National bank which he tried to wreck As the court was unani mous there can be no appeal to the United States supreme court Ihe extreme pen alty is tea yeuis mid fro 000 fine In Senate and House AbiUNC i JN Dec 33 senate de- voted Mon ia> s session to the discussion of tin fe Itial elections hill Mr HiBglag malt 11 m-, speech in support of the bill i nil Mr orliees another long address in opposition ti it Hie house spent the day up to a )j miiini t a q l irter past 3 p m consiileiing niatti is pelt uumg to the Dls trit L of C lumbia rittsbmc'n VitioiiHl League Club PmSBIIL, Dec Pittsbuig Na tioual L( i_u dub has bj the election it TM M r U Neil ni nrnmi ont PUWDEIt Absolutely A of tinni baking ponder. Hlfh tit of all in Iwienmf .u.i.ftti F. B. Oar- Beport, Antiirt CHILDHOOD h EFP i KOt M) SliCT OLl EV I1Y ilGIU AND SOt M) ol "-ivrA Ci kUt ui Bl ll HT AND (IFAI! THE VISION t-tl MS THIS M I-N bill -.ILMIlUa VI 1IEI. KAbL It JOiOLS illbTIETOE U UVSIIOHT AND A BEAU H U H i i it I it 1 1 r t i rtt tr A m 11 bt i t J I) t 30 and ih nil 11 t  Ten Minutes L.H. II u- Saving Many LUeH. 'ALIUM Del ii delil erate nttcm waH mule earl} mf i t wretk the south bound Mon n il consisting of beven coiches in t i wtrt some dOO r.er at 1 at IH t dlt 1 th Blue Mill Bud e n Q 11 ir BilNton bpa where ifl a (-witch leading to a "side track that IB ctnpied t 7 fie cars He tram was wretktl but a miracle no one was injured At 7 p n Sundav the switch was in i ei fett ordtr for the night with the linp ittached Some time later the latrtp w is eututu sh ed and the switch opeutd As the u rth and south bound express trains illj pass at this point at full speed it is thought that the intention was to c mse a general collision which would line been attended with great loss of life hut ftitu nately, the north bound tram was ten mm -Btea behind time The south bo md train in ch irge of Con ductor S C Brown entered the oj en switch shortly after 1 a m and sinking a single detached tar rushed on ag unst a number of freight cais which it wrecked The locomotne which wa-s ba 11} darn I0etl, left the rails and when stopped w is ci reened at au of fort) five de rees The bigg! ue car was crush d b> the ten der, the scener} md of the D iff Dpi ra compan) being hailly din Li gmeer Ballantine stuck to his post, as did the fireman Ihe pis engers escap d with a severe scare and shaking up tl was for hours Ihere is no clew to the miscreant tonnd Frozen lo Death Pun-sun's N i Die Ji list Weduibla) Ml-s Ami lu 1 ili nl nd 19 jears o d started to w i k f o n U olt pond, trankhn con had been visiting to her home in M tl a distance of foiuteen miles Si e i In t arrne at Maloue and diligent seal h failed to discover her nhu uumUuitil yesterday afternoon when 1 tr bodv was found three miles from where she started she h bten frozen to death Cut Uiri Completely 111 Two AMSTERDAM N Y Dec Carnej of bjracuse, a Cential Hu'son fieight orakeman was instantlj kill d at little Falls He was just his ca boose to flag au approaching trai i when the tram he was about to flag cnshid into the caboose he had just left catching him between the two trams aud cutting him completely in two New Publlo Bulldlngi WASHINGTON Dec 23 re ports on public buildings- adopted by the senate authorise the construction of build Ings at Norfolk, Va Stockton C al Sioux City, la, Kans B City Mn iaunton, Mass Newbury, N Y and Pawtticket, B I Ihe bills are left as thej csme from the house which struck out the clauses making appropriations guy the Vlrtlm Will Die Ntw YORK Dec 28 Fdward Monn n truck driver, wab shot and fatnlly wound cdlnj M Downiug s liquor salom yes terday by James Muinaush a worthless fellow, with whom he had ha I a quurel Minnaugh was ai rested Mot in was shot in the stomach and leg Physicians at the hospital say he cannot live A Noted Wrlfi-r Dencl CAIRO, Dec lltvillloil, the noted Sw IBS writer and archteolotist died here yesterday He bequeathed his valua ble private museum and fortune of over 000 to his native place, Geneva He w" 78 years of age Do not hesitate when you have taken n cold, to net a bottle of Hires rongh Cure It mav lave von dire consequences Make a note of this ai not to lorget n Beit Derby In the city Dobbins, the Hatter, 15 F--t State e FELL FROM HIS HIGH ESTATE. The Popular und Hnnrigome Ctuhler Lived lieyund Hia Meann. MKKIDEN Conn Dec excite- ment WHS eretted m social circles yester- day by the announcement that John Wat- son the popular and handsome young cnshier and head bookkeeper of the Meri- den Slh er Plate company, was a defaulter atson had been in the employ of the companj for nearly twelve years and had their confidence absolutely All their funds passed through his hands and only a few dajs ago it was learned that his ac- counts were wrong confronted with the ev idcnce he admitted his guilt. The company endeavored to get him to straighten his accounts and undoubtedly would all and kept the mat- ter quiet if he had remained at bis post He leaves 1 ehmd him an affectionate wife and two young children The amount of his misappropriation 15 not known The popular ii ipression that it is very large Watson's best friends are unable to as- sign a reason for the embezzlement He did not drink, gamble, drive fast horses, nor have any bad habits so far as known In this citj Friday night he was known to De m New York, and wrote two to friends here from the house. Since then there has been no trace of him Those who know him best fear he commuted suicide He was treasurer of two of the local societies but the funds of both are unmolested. was a mem- ber of the city government from the Third ward, of the Masons Knights of Honor, Red Men aud the Home club the most aristocratic organization of the kind in the city Ihe cause of his dowufall can only be accounted for by trying to live as high on tl 500 as did those of his associates who drew salaries of twice that amount THE SCOTCH RAILWAY STRIKE Numberless Complaints May Force Directors to Yield. GLASGOW Dec 23 a meeting of the railway strikers last evening it was an nounced that 4 500 men would quit work today The movement now includes the employes of the Caledonian, North British and Southwestern companies The rail ways have given the men one day's notice to return to work this being the proper form of demanding a fulfilment of their contracts The companies claim that the men struck without giving legal notice, and are thus liable to prosecution for breach of contract All trains are more or less interfered with by the strike The express trams are on an average four hours late. The worst sufferer of all Is the North British company All its trains between Aberdeen aud Ldmburgh have been aban doued, including the London express Ihe demoralization of the railway serv- ice is affecting the collieries and furnaces and all manufacturing businesses It Is feartd that many establishments will have to suspend opeiations unless the strike can be settled soon The Singer Sewing Machine works have already decided to close until the trouble is over Ihe men at Greeuock have joined the strikers but those at Ldmburgh aud Perth have re- fused to do so Ihe directors are showing signs of weak euing m the face of the storm of com plaints which is pouring down upon them, and u is hkelj that they will make a con cession to the men New England Society of Pennsylvania. I PHILADELPHIA Dec 23 350 guests were pieaent at the tenth annual banquet of the New Fnglaud Society of Pennsylva- nia at the Continental hotel last night, A letter from Hon Charles Emory Smith, United Statts minister to Russia and presl dent of the societj was read, and were respondul to by Bishop Potter, of New York Hon AlcKmley, ol Ohio, J-ol Itmplo Gciwes, of Georgia, and Rev Merntt Hiirlburd, of Philadelphia, Secretary of Pioctor was down fora response but was unable to attend Mrn Biirhe-Roche Getd a Divorce. Wn MIKGTON Del Dec decree ol abrolutu divorce was granted m the su perior court yesterday to Mrs Frances Burke- Roi ht daughter of Frank Work, of New fi >m her husband Hon James Burke Kotlic Mrs Roche has been living in this forajear for the purpose of applying for a ret Her application was ma It in Sc j to mix r 11st on the grounds of dtserti n n dnonmippirt 1 here was no o( position to tli( aj plication, Mr Buik( Utthi) ml being represented by counsel Dolilrd VL'I'Ht Ihe It ilium NEW OKI TANS Dec 33 Ihe nineteen Italians aictisol in the lltnnessy case pleaded not guilu in the criminal court and filed a plea in bu on thisp grounds Flrai that the gran I jury could not have found tho indictment in the short time in which it did second, that the allotment ol the case wits Improperly made Judge Baker overruled both motions- Tho oners were rem inut u u ithut i i to await trial, which will take place so time next month For a Treaty with T Hand BOSTON Muss Dei Ih hinbeiol commerce ad pted a itsol n recom mending tl e con-lder ii ion 1 l t L itec States government of s frt m the Brl ish gov ei nniei t of a Ire i w th New foundland fot ti flee exch u e f u rtali s[ ecifle prod ids at 1 whet h illse cure to all oui tls t ill ports and baj s of the c ony of ti d in 1 l mg Skull Irnduiiil In a Mint 1-iij Dtt h, i li _an of Harlem infjiniel Itr 1 s i i day that a }oun_ n i 1 111 t 1 t kiss he on the strett Bi u st u e 1 o it t) fin the fell but tcH nto a j u rtl witl Thou is bhi< h) A. njit f II t 1 fur u which bheeln b skull was faciuiel am Brogan w is tail) cut a ill the head Broij m w ti3 arrested Denperute Betivei n Flung anil Slum JOHNSTOWN Pi D V dtsperal fight to  b reported to the senate tod ly althounh i maj uot be c illi 1 up f r c msi leration un til after the holi when a quorum o Republican benators is expected to be present A Child Burned to Death MONONI AHELA CITY Pa Dec fir Btarteil jester laj in J P Chester s house consuming it Chil Iren ha 1 1 eui plawn W3h fire n one of t le upj tr DOIMS On child re[ )i ted burued to de ilii Crushed Beyoml llecocuition. CTKWLANU Dtc .23 electn light lineman name 1 1 enipke was a work upou the ro if of the Holli Ion hole he lust his footliu an 1 Itll ninety feet EC the sidewalk He btrnek on the back o his head and was crushed almost beyon' recognition To Subsidize I'rofeitsor Koch BSRLIV Dec It is stated that th government hasdt.c] led to grant Piofesso Koch 1000000 marks an 1 his assistant, 600000 marks for the prmlege of manu factoring the koth lymph betides a larg In the prolits Wftgen MiiHt Come Down LONDON, Dec of the iron masters in the Llueland district hav given notice that on HCL mnt of the condi tion of the trade Hill becomptlled t make a large reduction of in Janu ary Plotting to Overthrow H Got t rnnieut BtTFNOS AM rS Die A rumor is cur rent here It at n lol to rtl r u Ihe 11 nrnuit has bei n clKi i d rilitr o is mi si d to b n anested fi Tilu in th t n piracy ti ft fonttint r Iberlftrp U I remedy like I working Uin h Impurity whlih 4liease (inl o fnoimndi of i Hood s s i when tl StuflM "I will nny I li d.1 years with i cntnrrh with th' i that couth It j up fe I p I Bother who I t Ot health ami III v l HMITB Putn im L H ll I t t i ooftl Jtitut iiraa looftl which, I tridlcitri Ihl nn I promotes lha icrmantnt Ify lo the UICCMI i a reme ly for i oni had failed. ecllng. trr ihled for IIT- Iv Hsagreeablt II" ids Sirsapa- Iti Ucuredmt i my throat, and H j I o helped my r run down itatt le MRS B. Dt IffO 1 IOO D soq f5 only LowaU Ono Dollar IMF 'HMKft I nly 111 NEW l Ir v nsh 1 i 1 le I f 111 1 i m t litu s ;eiu i l Ue dtnge P lit Is si ri I i 4 1 t flli nue i ti r 1 u i rn I I l lull He t i 11 t 1 i enu ni si I II 1 i he r s ii 1 s s le I I pelled I J l An II l i 1 Hi 1) dan 111 N irlt s I 1 I I U l i I lie meit ol ll l L thi Na i nl( H M M a- on ill n i inn i tied m called I o i 1 r I I nl t be done to lelp the Ni ll ti k s h left woik without tl en nl I tL L i i i 1 strike v is i 1 i 1 i I tl i !ele_ itis Iged toiMnl 1] It to iO fr m tho national 'unds to suj ort tl e sii ike Took a WKU n to u r) Their Plunder CAM N O Die of masked men eutir 1 the n n house Ht I odl Medina e in a 1 tu fiit-Mening the nmates it t 1 I 1 ll 1 safe nil i I li If i i n t half a Ji i n 11 is I u n ptn i I I n li 1 1 ll rs n 1 In 111 Mrl U 1 a i nek t i Ml i l IB S ul If Rn Icily 1- C 1 Do is quite an mil. f (1 I I then l here fne deaths 1 fio n tl e LSI last week all 1 up rts state th it the disease isapread npidlj tlio n ftl 1 Tl ll H-ul i i up i f J i is lil i,     i I 3 {.x) j urehaae Q v c i i i 118 N BROAD STREET, TRENTON, N J. ftT WRITING MACIUNHl. No Ribbon. Direct Printing Perfect Ahgi met.t Challenger Co., Or I t. 14 7 (Hr-TM r -if f KIR I I IHa'v.r M SO V A FUT 1 I1N the I a 1 ti> 1< for 1 ml t li White wild n 1 v, weijjit o H08IFH1 Ml uiwtvl s I ol i I fan v t 1 r Iloao n iht u f In la linoic n k I Grand Opening of H  Goods. Call and see them (lnhlren Natural Wool Scar ot Jitluatet e half wool all wool heavyweight meuium so popular from 25c np i Black aad colors The best Fast Bla< k aud n an Knitting Turns Satoi y Yarn' best Uennant t i i u 11 c and Crochet Silks m all colors New (iinips rnnetp H I 1 1 m i i M Laces Tidies, Stamped Goods, Felts, Plushes, h n a ilki HANHKEKI H EFs-Tho Bto k an 1 r hisfa is large carefully selected COBoEls In all the Icailu L m kes 1 r Perns Waist und 0 P Corset Opposite City Market. l l l 53 srd 125 North Broad Street Butchers, Restaurants, Grocers, Hotels, Etc. We hsve jiibt rernv <1 a prand stock of Ihulr Has w ih the latest, s of bin d i i K" 1 f-ilvtr, nitkol find curved i atural hh hi r a h< mid gentle ftlao f r p( luol chi dr n from 40c bOc 8ric up to the fit Corn's n adi at 9 A flafl OJo ia t mhrdJH bilvtr haudle we now at M8c whu h aro so d all the city at V-thrue on y lift, BO call at oiico btforo thfy are tlo I 1 out" A flue Paragon Irftme Ciloria  nahl Sllvpr Box of Honlon New Yoi k B 0 E t hooolales and Mnn BOIIH will hn found atprhnn from 45o nptoTio drone pound hox dou le prlco for douhlo Nona tine and   leader, to day art BAMPI.P OVRKCOATB worth J.JJ, Hi and onr SAMPLE 801 J.W, tH tor for Okildrta'i KnM ana hn ti Ov.rowfc CUXIHINU MA Ob TO UK'.'hK ii tkt but IM a> cvrv ta witk, aid rigat Mfli A W PV l! LftV nnd Abuse. m LoitVljor ftBd hflftl th folly cured Htw Trtttin not rrnfad ttecruy. IL 1T4 F-'1 fcBt- M. llnhntl, HobltlilffliWDIWtr llMl.lrd. How It ul k..WIU, .b.ol'l.l; I. HrnIntlff K WriUIki   

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