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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey J j. vin. NO. Fill DAY JANUARY 31, 1890. TWO UKNTB TO DIE FOR I HE LEPERS. Sister Gertrude Fn Route Molokai, Hawaii. for Fresh THE Tiua NEWS IN 8RIEF Carefullj FATHER SUCCESSOR. A Devout ivomn" of Childlike Appearance Who Give Her Life to the Hawaiian Lepeis The Pluus ol Her Noble Life Work Si BW YORK, Jan Al One of the passengers who ai rived yesterday ou the steamship Bothnia fiom Liverpool wasayoung woman left her family and friends m England to take LIP her life work as a nurse among the Hawaiian lepqrs on the island of Molokai, of the Hawaiian group where Father Datnien labored so many v ears, nnd finally died a victim to the disease Miss Amy C Fowler, the name of tbe young woman, is a daughtei of a clergyman of the Chuich of England, who eight years ago embraced the Roman Catholic faith She became a nun of the order of fet Dominic, and goes on her mlRsion simply as Sister Roie Gertrude, tho name given her when she joined tbe order, and by which alone she will be known among the lepers, foi whom ihe Is virtually giving up her life Hardly More Than a Child Miss Fowler is 27 years old, but she is so small that at a first glance she seems hardly more than a child Hhe was dressed in a mmple suit of black, as she will not don her nun's garb until she reaches Hawaii She was unwilling to discuss herself and her work yesterday and said that she shrank from publicity A vivid blush mantled her face as she spoke, and it was apparent that she was keenly sensitive of the atten- tion which her mission is attracting The week before she left her native country all England bad grown enthusiastic over the news that one of its young women was starting out to give her life to work among the lepers. The first announcement of her purpose was made by the Prince of Wales at a banquet in London foi the benefit of the national leprosy fund, when he said that an unknown young woman was goifig out to nurse the lepers among whom Father Damieu had worked. She Studied for the Work. About eeven years ago, shortly after becoming a Roman Catholic, Miss Fowler first foimed the idea of taking up this work, but she realized that she was too young at the time and appi eciated the need of study She studied medicine in Paris in order to make- herself an efficient sick nurse fthe holds certificates from the Pasteur institute there, and intends to make a practical in vestigation of Pasteur's theory that the same microbe organism is found in leprosy as m cases of tubercular consumption She in- tends to try what bi-chloride of mercui y w ill do m killing the microbes, bhe jnaoo a special study of the leprosy cases in the Pans Her Flans for the Future Miss Fowler takes out no special prepara tion for protecting herself against the dis- ease, nnd she told a representative of The Pall Mall Gazette before she left that if she should become infected she would be quite ready todie Shelstohavetheentirecharge of the hospital for women, a few native wo- men assisting her Fowler will have a fiuui the Hawaiian government bhe Bipeets to huve bat little use for the money heiself, but intends to use it for the benefit of the hospital and its patients. "WhenI have saved enough of iays Ming Fowler, "I shall buy a piano to brighten the lives of my patients by music Miss Fowler takes with her two large boxes af articles contributed by friends, which she will use to beautify the homes of the imfor- tnnata THE NAMES REJECTED. The New ITorh Aflgemblf Befnses to Pass the Amendment. Ai HANY, Jan. 31 the fab- bill came up in the assembly a number of Re- publican member! heeded by Hamilton Fish Jr to oppose it as it came from the >enate with the twenty-two names added The disaffection extended until it included aighteen, who showed their hands by voting with the for the Sheehan amend- ment to strike out the senate amendment to the bill Tbe vote was 68 to 40, the amendment was rejected. Tho bill waa argued with spirit in tbe teuate but no action was taken Yale Alumni Meet. BOSTON, Jau 31 100 Yale Alnmm m Boston attended the annual renniou last night at Young's hotel Hon Ana French resided Letters were read from President Dvvight, Secretary Noble, Senators Evarts and Higgma and Hon C M Depew Pro fessor Wheeler, of thn flnrf iqiAnW, compared the educational systems of Yale aud Harvard to the advantage of the for mer Rev Phillips Brootn responded for Harvard in a good nntured speech compli- mentary to both institutions. Other speak- ers vTere Judge Howland, George Adee, Amos P Wilder and Rev Dr Bnmntaad, of At nnta At the business meeting Hon M P Knowlton was elected president of the Alum fioui the Wirei Culled The Allegheny County Medical society made public a report on the typhoid fever epldeinle of last June in which they claim the epidenne nns by people dimking spring and cistern water af tei the Johns- town flood. The state board of regents chosen tho follow me officers Will laui Curti chancellor, Dr Auson J Upson vice chancellor The Now York superintendent of public works has, appointed Thomas Galvin, of Troy a son of ex .Postmaster GaUm, chief clerk in the office of puh m works Terrence I Hardm formeilya division superintend ent, was appointed assistant superintendent in place of John E Ashe, resigned. MIBS Bibland Nellie Ely s rival in circum arrived at New York Jan 80 Defective McCarthy and a policeman ar rested thu teen sneak thieves in a house m New York The detective spent the night in their den and caught them one by one as they entered The residence of Rev Joseph Pleckmger at Mansfleld, blo-S np_ by Aynn mite Jan oO, with the mtenttbn of filling Father Fleckmger The priest believes An archisU are responsible for the deed THE RACE QUESTION Senators A ance and Hampton Reply to the Kansas Orator WASHINGTON Jan. Jl listened to speeches by Senators Vance nnd Hampton on the race question Mr Vance s speech took a humorous turn and was frequently applauded He said that for tue sake of tae negro we are today threatened notonly with political affliction but with a servile war, whose weapons shall be the midnight torch and the assassin's dagger, and whose victims shall be sleeping women nnd children He criticised Mr Ingall's remarks as pyrotech- nics, concealing paucity of ideas There waa plenty of oom for the negro in the northern and western states said he, 'the negro is a good thing, let us divide him Mr Hampton addressed the senate at gome length He denied the statement of the sei_ator fromTTanwii (Mr Ingalls) based on a newspapar extract, that he was in favor of the extermination of the negro He favored no such horrible policy He turned the tables against Mr Ingalls by quoting from the Atlanta Constitution the following extract "Unless history is a false teacher, it is not possible for two distinct races, not homogeneous to exist on terms of political equality under the same govein ment One or the otler must go to the wall And that said Mi Hampton, "is signed 'J J Ingalls At the conclusion of Mr Hampton's speech the bill went over without action A Democrat Succeeds a Republican! CoLUMBDb, 0 Jan 31 Ohio state senate took final action in the lieutenant governorship contest The summarized evi dentc iu the pi epared by The major Uy of the committee on elections was adopt ed, with a resolution ousting E L. Lampson, Republican, who was elected by twenty three votes on the face of the returns, and the office given to William V Marquis Democrat, whom the committee found to be elected by some 500 votes. The vote stood on unseating Lampson ond seating Marquis Yeas, 18 nays, 16 Senator Mnisie, Repub- lican, being sick nrirf absent. Mr Tjimpson was given an opportunity to speak and said he was duly elected last fall as lieutenant governor, and notwithstanding the vote gust taken, be would continue to act and fill the office Murdered for diving the Mitten. Sioux CITY, la Jan Carlson, a pretty Swedish domestic employed in the family of 8 T Davis, was murdered in cold blood by Hans T andcr.who was Davis' stable- man The girl had refused the attentions T under sought to show her He wanted to accompany her to her home, but she would not allow it She started and Lander waited on a street corner for her to pnsi, and then fired two shots from a revolver, one shot piercing the girl's heart and the other the brain He then turned the revolver to his luiupte, blowing out Mi biumx. Ihe girl was only In years of age and very some Two Killed, Two Seriously Hart. T a Jan SI 4 p m a west bound Pacific tram was derailed by striking a cow at Leymourville Thir- teen cars and the engine were wrecked En gineer Bnrney Bliss and Conductor John P Crilly were instantly killed The wrecked took fire and were consumed, and the body of Bliss was cremated, Oscar Penal- son, fireman, and a brakenmn, name un- known, were seriously injuied. A Much Wanted Murderer. DH.WVHK, Colo, Jan. from Lincoln, Neb arrested Charles Williama as WUH uligUlug fioul (ha Union Pacinc ex- press from Salt Lake Williams wanted at Fredonia, 0 for the murder of William McClam, a farmer, whom he killed several years ago He is also wanted at Johimlow n, Pa for safe blowing He was taken WARFARE IN I HE HOUSE. Another Lively Wrangle Over the Speaker s Action Hi I 'H Sneukt Kced Akii niio Bifiib in Mi Counted l the jomwil amid sh uU c f aj-piovtil fi um the De 710 rate Mi of Illinois one ot the Demociatit lea leis managed tu make, himself heard befoie th speakei made his deeisic u ou the H sai 1 thoV bt heu f ulj um befoie Mi MeK-inlej s motieu MO.S i ut and th spuiLer w is obll0ed to put the }uestnn ot adjiuiiim nt txi tho house Mi I n 1 culling Mi Sieaker 'It in steuteilau touts demaii 1 1 i cei0uitiou dozt-u fhei Deinueiatb f i the sanu 11 ISIand Shakes III- I 1st 1 mdii that he was not lei LJI L d Mr Bland eiiyl out that he wished to make a con eel in tho journal a nnht that ev ij repieseutatlve had HIB sjtealei's furthei lefusal lo Mi Blind e illt II ith shouts loud au 1 loiif, fioui tho Dem ei its ami Mi lilanl simk In- list in the di lectnn f tin sp akoi s de k m id s HIH unintelligibly at the top et 1 15 voiee that w re deal 1> um u 1111 n j t Ml Kicd It it, unlelst )1 that il Ml 1) uu 1 bald Yuiuli the nnuist t} rint tint preside 1 ei a latne benl} and 1 deu uu e lit ll 11 11111 Plll-Vt Aftel the euntusiou had beeome lesa i i t use tho speukel put Mr Sjlllg-rs in tun foi adj uiumeiit Mi Alekiuk> h maded the }eas aud nays anl the} le oidcied lhe loll eall disclosed u st let partv and the motion defeatt 1 1 3 KiU najb agamst 14' jeah Mi Mekmie} lemauledtho plevious question ou the kfiat 1 Iht iell nil Mas pi te I 1 at 1 the motion t) lay the ttpptal >n IU tm le wus earned idj nus u Nt I) m >n Ittl nnd most ot th n 1 It then stats during tho call of th rill Sppnkei Kee 1 ttLjUiu nt ti tl down the name f tin Demociatb pespnt and uot v tu Ihe 1 tuso then at b adjourned the lie pull! ans jubilant tvel their su tts I ud the llemttlats eoirespoll In 1 i usstd I U ntme machTneij' and wni jnitmiHy killo 1, Ilia hfid licing crushed Hln nnrenti res! lo n I'jiglnwl qnillh q Hnrkf-r Mnnt Ueiien LONDON, Jim 81 Pelican clnb hns requested Mr Abington the backer of JWM 8-nfth in bta flgnt with S'tvln, to K Abacooder Sllcott Fonnd. NEW YORK, Jan. 31 special (Wre- Bpondent of The Herald claims to have dis- covered Absconder Sllcott nnd hia para- mour, Louise Thebault, at Tcrrebonnc, Que- bec Sllcott denied that be had committed forgery, said he lost more money on the races than he made, and defied arrest Lonnftbery'g Ilondsmen will Beltle NEW YOKK, Jan. 31 The bondsmen who were on Postofflce Cashier Lonnsbery'a bond decided to make no contest over the payment of the obligation of the bond long conferences with the relations of LoiAisbery they decided to make up between them the sum and to tarn It over to the post- office authorities. The bondsmen figure the .onut at about Aftoi cououlta- tlon counsel It was decided that Lonnn. bery's estate could be turned over to the bonduuien, and an estimate of the estate brings it up to just the amount of the defal- The Pennsylvania's Hovel Scheme. PHILADELPHIA, Jan 81 Pennsyl- vania Railroad company today originated ou its limited a feature absolutely novel, end entirely unique Stenographers and typewriters were placed ou the limited be- tween New York and Pitfaburg, to take the dictated correspondence of business men, transcribe and dispatch the same from the train. No mllroad train in the world affords any parallel to the complete- ness of the limited. A Society Woman Killed. BATIIMORE, Jan SUB'S special from Lyuchburg, sayn Mrs Mosby H Paine, who waa thrown from her carriage, died from the effects of her injuring Paine was "52 years ot She was one of the most pi or inent soeielj wornm in south- ern Virginia A OntrM Pnrk Tragedy. -S onis: Inn -0 W Lc In! ntidyeui.BOnofDr W Lobobheid, t t n n, O phot himself in Central park Inht evening It ii thought ttiftt he was insane oil religion VV hen the roll call was finished it was dent thit a quoium had_riot voted Ihi sj ealTei fhen roIIoweeT nis proeeedlug f VVtJi e daj by readmg a ot numes of Deinoerats pieseut who hud not voted au 1 deelared that a quorum was in the house and that tho previous question was sus lamed Jeeis anl groans cinie fioui the Den ociats cheers aud hand fium the Republicans 1 he Adopted Mi IDS to a question of pnvi lege, but the kpeakei refused to i him because the clerk had already all loll on the rnotiott-ofjy.1 lIcKmley- to appiovetho journal ATI this time the roll call was going on, and the Demoeratb enlnedthe pioteediug by shouting Ques- tion1 Question I JgMl Reed stated that the question was ou the adoption of Mr motion to appiove the journal and the roll call was pi oceeded with, the Democrats, as bofui o, abstaining from voting At the couelus ou of the roll call the speaker announced that a number of were m thf hetsf has increase 1 t siiell au nt that tl uilue of expoi ts f that stllplo now exeee K th aggregate valti if all llio mnnufmtui s exported In tin liiiilnlon The mini iis cutt Consti- pation and tht nnii) ills de on a or inactue condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. Iti 11 n excellent rcnied) known to "LEWSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY hen one ib I! 1 o s or Constipated 1 H PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP. HEALTH and STRENGTH NMURA.U.Y FOLLOW one is using it aud all are delighted with it ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IN THE CITY, i -or xOBK SUN HAT, 82 OO, 60 and 00 15 Fast State Btuoot. IT TTAMMOMD MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAH CAL tonivvfttr rv vnv V. H. BKAgr KIT, OOUN8FTOR-AT-T A w, 148 State Street, Trenton, N. J. I EDWin FISCHER, i i Eqnipi YOUNG GENTT FMFN for 8FRVIOE in 00 U MING KOOM irS KHUCArOKS, HM removed to 216 BAIT 8TATK STREET next door to Library Hall JOHN H. BACKRM, FOBST BIUHSI BUIUXNS, comet Bute and Warren Streets IC WOKKKKS. NO SMAl-ltKING, NO NON E3SEHTIA.LS, NO NONSENSE in Its OOUH8E OF TRAINING. Modern Mtthodn, Baccmsfnl Teaching, IndiTidn.l Attention, factoiy Progrovi, The Shorthand Department the very hoot facilities for acquiring (kill in Stenography RAPID AND STJCUl'.SSl' UL PROGRRSS GUA8ANTEKD Morning, Afternoon Olaww in Shorthand. MUirnf Oitote, Bale Doponlt Truit Co 28 West Stite Street, Trenura N J HAIR ON UDIE81 FACE8, On Gentlemen a cheeks abore the beard line, between the eyebrows, molee, warts redneid of the noee, etc., destroyed forever, without puln or scar, by the Electric Needle Operation, by DB TOGS KGOAH, 1826 fun BILPHIA Conenltatlon free to who come from a dlxtance The old DB BOAEDMAN not dead Ht IB the only Doctor of that name that ever lived in Trenton 10 WEST FBONT VUOOK, Heaters, Ranges and Rardware Generally. BEGINS MONDAY, SaHT. 3d. liiOMAH J HILWAJtT, PBINCIPAI Box 527, TRHIHIW, N. J. 10 and 12 Bon'h Groone Stroet. Decorating and Fine Art School, No 140 8OU1H BROAD STUBET, 7BtlWiON, N. J. nxr Crayon, rastel nrawing, Oil and Water-Color Painting. A' V Drawing from the Cast Koi Still Life also, Thorough Instructions in Designing for Decorative and PRACTICAL ART. KITItn PAINTS (ATI d fiu-ecta J. J, gUHARKK, Hoot find Shoe UUSTOM WOEK A BPKCUIIJ Bepilrlng of All Kinde done In the Boat M inner 183 Broad Stroot, Trenton J. KH-1.I Y Will be pleased to wil npon any oje INT OTOS GOODS OR 8TOUK. iddrw, M3 There ta not now nor nu there ever ccon u Bare as open enif from 0 to 12 A lto4P. V, for L.diee Prizte will awarded every throo at follows Ci-a 1, Fine Ailv, for best Drawing from Cut, Chss 2 for the boat nfn of e, Decorative Art Subject, lie and, API licants n ay enter at Open every day TUITION, per i }_ 15. JNJ A. i v, Twenty eiperlance The flneit mate- rlBln. Vap DJprt componnrtlng "BilflAM OF for Coughs, Colds, Croup Anllinia. "FEVBH AND AOtJK AND MAI ARIA "PBBUV'AN BARK the and utrengthener Twenty-one other kfaMii TRt THEM f 1KO. F. OP-1'ZUlAN, OOriier State and SUSeU, (Foral Blohey IKimTON, N. J. rne bye a BpootaUy. Ofrioi HOOM rne t PEERLESS DIES LOOK OUT FOR BARGAIN" We have purchased the store North of us and intend to build on the two lots i he lincsl Ulorc in irenlon! We get nd of onr stock to do this, RHADY-MADH CLOTHING I i l J IO INI I t i C 3[ 1 I K i 95 NOB1U WAKRKN H. DPDBXJBOVW Ltii-iS, Piroprietoi.. j. B. IIOBEN8ACK, BB retreat, PA. The In Tonthfnl Tmpra- Tonnt contempUting for Book. On Oon-nlUttonhonrt 8A.V M" 1 P. H., r. W, nnttl t. M, O Job itl 10 NORTH GRKiiNK SlftKKi. Advertise YOUR "WANTS" w t o- ;