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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey Qhrenion VOU IX. NO. rKKNTON, AFTKKNOON, OCTOBKK 15, 1890. TWO CKNT LIVE WASHINGTON NEWS Arranging for Two Notable Fu- nerals at the Capital MORI IA1KAJSOL1 UKUI'IUKIIY Au Ltttliuatu of Trude with MttxUu Amount FroMpetts of u with Spulu aod the Antilles A Cabinet Meeting VSHIV i JN Oct arrange merits fi r the funeral of Justice Millei have been to in pitted I lie funeral serv ices will take place in the supreme court room at the Capitol bttw een .iaud 3 o clock Thursday afUruoou Rev Shippen, of this city will conduct the services and Kev Dr Baitlett-e will deliver an address Ihe remains be taken from the court room to the Pennsylvania depot, thcuce to Keokuk la The UK Bearers I he justices of the supreme court will act as pallbearers and will accompany the remains to Keokuk Hie train will leave IWrti ill in ou Thtlr'iicIayTau'a will reach Keokuk-isaturday morning about 1C o clock Ihe Helknup Obsequies WASHIM Uct Ihe arrange ments for the funeral of BelknRp are not completed It has been decided how ever that the funeral will take place from bt John s church in this city, and the gimral will be buried at Arlington Flags arch1) ing at half mast over the Lxetutne Mansion and the executive departments out of nsp Al lnti4 During his semce in the arm) he was retugnued is a brave and efiiuuit commandtr, and was made major genetal of by hrevet for gallant arid nientt nous service during the war As a mark of respect to his memory it is ordered that the war dtpartment be draped lu mourning for the period of thirty days, and that all business ue suspended therein on the tlaj of the funeral Upon the day of the receipt of this or der at each military post seventeen guns will be fired at internals of one half hour, commencing at 8 o clock a m favored ition Clause" Ihe htaie dtpirlment officials say that the Lnited Males also haa the favored nation ci mse in m j-t of her commercial treaties but this will not embarrass the m the negotiation of reclproc ity treaties or arrangements with other nRtlons because the department of state has uniformly held, from the time of Mr Jefferson as secretar) of state to Mr Blame that the favored nation clause onlj applies where privileges are granted freel) and without a consideration but wherever a bpeual consideration is made the condition of a favor granted or re teived the favored nation clause does not apply Ihis consideration has been re ceutly sustained b} the supreme court of the Lulled btates in Its opinion m the case of Barliam Robertson The Supreme Court Adjourned. WASHINGTON. Oct 15 the su preme court of the United States assembled ,the room m which it holds its sessions was crowded with spectators The chair that had been occupied by the late Associate Justice Miller was heavily draped in black There were no other signs of mourning about the court room hen the crier had announced that the court was in session Chief Justice Miller announced in a low voice the death of Justice "Miller "On this he said, "no business will be transacted, and the court stands ad journed until Monday next at 12 o'clock noon The members of the court then filed out to their robing room The whole ceremony did not last over two minutes A Meeting of the Cabinet. WASHINGTON, Oct 15 Shortly after the president arrived at the White House he issued a call for a meeting of the cabinet All the members of the cabinet pros ent except Secretaiy Proctor and Postmas ter General anamaker It ia understood that the subject of an extra session of con- gress was discussed. Private Secretajy Halford when asked about the matter said he had no information to impart Killed by a Falling WalL CHICAGO Oct 15 heavy wind blew dowu one of the fence in the works of the Chicago Crucible Steel com- pany, killing John Pettach and Christian Bresse, and seriously injuring Lenka Au gust and Charles Giila The men were all laborers and bad sought shelter againat the wall during the atorui, when it top- pled over on them ftlrchall Condoles with Day. WOODSTOCK, Ont.Ocfc IB Birchall has started to keep a diary, and each morning he counts the remaining days he has to spend in jail He continues cheerful and is more talkative, and while there appears to be no reason for it, he has not given up hope He-thinks theie is ft chance for his life yet and will not be convinced to the contrary He was much, interested m the Day trial at Welland, and criticised the verdict, founded as it was on the evidence of a woman of unsavory reputation He will write to Day congratulating him on the change in his sentence which gives him a longer lease of life, and trusting that on the reserve points Dny may be acquitted I'UWDtll Absolutely rura. A cream of tartar b-VIng High Mt of all in .ti U. B. E-port, 17, LOUISVILLE A WINNER Bhe Carries Off the Pennant In the Atuer ItHIl lutlon LotibViLLf kj Del 1) Moudaj'a games m the American assoi iiition awarded the peiiuaiit to tin, J oumilli. the Lusebull trunks if thm city are In u condition As will be seen by the full u labk Columbus finished aecoud and St I uulu third TUB RECORD I 1 Ct V, V Cl Louisville W M 064, Hoot mtw Ul di 4JJ Columbia 9 jti sabjrmuM jl 111 bt L ins 5 5 j IttK j 4T loluilu Wf tU rt i I Uu American Assuclatluu AtBt LouU- It Louis 000100000-1 Louisville 3 4 0 U 0 0 i i Id Pose hits St LOUIH, Louisullp r L rurs BL Louis 1 Louisvll'e 1 I ut n Hift-t liiid Muujan Eliretai. 1 At Kansas eity loxtiib t n KaususCity 8 Brooklyn Base hits Kansas eity 9 Br kljn 8 Errors kHniwx J Brooklyn 8 Uniterm fawarlajll aud Bonuhue TjOvett and Daly At Olnclunatl (exhibition game) OtnLluuatl 9 Chicago 10 Base h tb Cincinnati li Chicigo 1) Errors uDciunsu T CHI at; i o Tlattmis Mullanaaud Keeuau Dwjerantl Farrjll Peace Will Kelc.i in York. NEW Oct An informal con ference was held Tuesday between John B Day representing the local National league team aud Col McAlpin L B lal cott and, T b Robinson, of the Plajers league, which several hours Every point affecting the proposed compromise between the two New York teams was dis cussed 1 he utmost secrecj w as obsen ed, but sufficient hints were given to warrant the assurance that peace will in hew York baseball circles next season Dave Orr Partly Paraljzed Pa, Oct Orr, first baseman of the Brooklyn Plajers" club, has been stricken with partial paralysis and is now lying ill at the War 1 house He will be removed to his home as as he is able to stand the journey AN EXPERT'S OPINION Gen Walker Believes Mr Porter's Census Uaa Honestly and Falrl> Conducted NEW IOIK Ott Gen Irancis A Walker who was superintendent of the tenth census, m a letter published m Ihe Independent today denies the statement that he recommended Mr Porter for the position On the contrary he favored the appointment of Carroll D V right Gen Walker believes that Superintendent Porter's work was honestly and fairly conducted, while there are no good reasons for suspecting the count made by the po- lice of New York city was not also honestly taken ihe difference in or of the latter he accounts for by the fact that the govern ment enumeration was taken during the season of the year when many residents of the city are absent, and by the mdisputa ble fact that there has been a large influx of Jewish and other immigrants since June, who have naturally been included lu the later count Gen believes both counts to have been fairly taken un der widelj different conditions, .md de mands m the Interest of justice that judg ment upon the census bureau be suspend ed until that department shall have been heard in defense of its own count Admiral Ammen's Formiduble RAID WASHisaTON, Oct 13 have been completed at the navy department for a twin screw armor plated harbor defense ram authorized by the act of March 2, 1889 The design is Rear Admiral Am- men's The vessel is to have no arma ment and will be obliged to rely entirely on her ramming powers when in action The design contemplates a length ov er all of feet, and extreme breadth of 43 feet 5 inches, and a draft of 15 feet The displacement is to be tons the indicated horse power 4 800 and the speed seventeen knots The outside stratum of the- deck armor is to be (j niches in thick ness, the next stratum tapering in thick ness from 5> to 2X inches aud the re mamdcr of the deck plating is to be 2X inches thick The side armor is to be in two strata? the outside one inches and the lower of 3 inches Inple expansion engines are contemplated in the plan and the vessel is to be lighted by electricity By- means of Cragston valves the ram may be submerged to fighting trim A Close Call for the Iron Delegates. CHICAGO, Oct 15 Iwo excursion trains on the Illinois Central railroad bearing the 300 distinguished members of the Iron and feteel Institute of Great Britain narrowly escaped what might have been a very sen ous accident The engineer of the first train was derailed by a misplaced switch at South Chicago The train was fortu nately runnmg very and stopped in side of a few feet so that none of the coaches were derailed Ihe engineer of the second tram seeing that trouble was ahead brought his tram to a stop just when a collision with the first tram seemed inevitable How the switch came to be out of place is a mystery No one was injured but the entire party was greatly inconvenienced by being forced to walk a long distance Jack MoAullfie'B wife Died Suddenly. NEW YuRk, Oct 15 Kate McAu hffe, an actress, engaged with the Don nelly and Gerard Natural Gas company, and the wife of Jack McAuliffe the ham piou lightweight prize fighter, died sud denly last night in the est Side hotel on Sixth avenue Ihe cause of her death is supposed to have b en heart disease Mrs Mt Anllfffi was known nn the stagfl-as Tfate Hart, which was hei family name Her mother, Mrs Gussie Hart, is also an actress Mrs Kate McAuliffe married Jack McAuliffe in California some months ago Charged with an Awful Crime PORT Ont Oct 15 Irues dale and his son, Watson, are under arrest here pending the result of the coroner s m quest into the death of Mrs Iruesdale second wife of John, who died recently un der suspicious circumstances Au exam inatiou showed trates of stijchnine in the stomach, and this led to the arrests Truesdale and his wife lived unhappily, and the boy, who is 10 years old has been heard to make threats against his step mother Chief Juitlco Andrews Dissented HARTFORD Oct In the supreme court Chief Justice Andrews has filed a dissenting opinion on the secret ballot case recently decided A majority of the court declared void the ballots headed Citizens' ticket which were issued by the chairman of the Republican town commit- tee Chief Justice Andrews holds, Judge Torranco concurring, that as there was no intention to deceive the ballots should have been counted Fall Dobbini. the Htttcr. for UNDER THE NEW REGIME New Jersey s Election Law Op- erated at Newark HOtt M HOItKH> M arcl Were miHpii LUIUA Their tin u 1 li Sfiid to Hoe utrtl sutisf uliuii A A er) Otiiet timl Oi tt i U tisiUd BO tJmt n I it the can know the cmtents of tht, eiutlope Ihe Jtrse> much m jrt simple than that of New slate et terror to main of tiit Uet Uun ofliters jes terdaj as well as to nun) of the 1 he returns came m 1) ou account ol the em elopes u 1 the fact that election officers are uow paid b> the hour The Law Nell As a the IRW laTUlaftly recehtd a ftw politicians taking serious t ption to it4 wcrkinj h In the Fifth Sixth St an i thirteenth wards w Inch are 1 p jpul ited by it was ft u I that misunder- standing or of the new law be c us but it found that few evplai itions weit. borne of the >tcis wanted to d posit open ballots in tht bJY or Ui kets eu The proMsion of the law that the envelopes wt re to be un gummed man) from 1 tsing tliur f ir the pre vailing habit of licking the- iiap WHS too strong to he ji led In OUP district tw j Mm 1 men were voted Friends uf it se nun whom the election oIIicprR place 1 un kr oath to make up their tic) f ts a i hiu to thur niHtruc tions accomi micd them into tne booths Aldermen Elected The aldermen elfcted were as follows first ward Lunau L Kane Kcpuljhcan Second ward Daniel LMICU Democrat I hird I rank M Pai kcr Republican Pouitb J P Iknderson Dem jcrat f ifth t redtnck Democrat John HTKKI! Hej ublican Seventh John T Mahon Democrat Nub Alex ander H Johnson Hep ublican Tenth, George H La nit Democrat John 1 urman Democrat Iwelfth, illiarn Plarrifi in Democrat (formermem berj I hirteenth Ptter I Inch Republican Fourteenth illiarn (former 1 ifteenth D P Ohaney Demo- crat There is still some doubt about Huegel's election in the Sixth ward If he pulls through the common council will tie and if lie is defeated the Democrats will regain control Ihe school committee IB still Republican Charged with Election Frauds. lONKERb N Oct jury of csto More Guetslng Matches CLEMavsD, 0 Oct postoffice authorities have notified Ihe Cleveland Press that the paper could not go through the mails while a certain advertisement remained in its columns Ihe ad" in question was from a prominent clothing house and offered a pom to the purchaser who could guess its weight Ihe authori- ties held that it came under the provisions of the lottery law A Straight Ticket NEWloPiv Ocl 13 Ihe Business Men's Republican organi7n ion last evening de- cided to put p a straight Repub- lican ticket probabl) he by Gen Daniel Buttertield as the uiajoralt} candi date Almost Bad as a War N S "VA Oct 15 -Premier Parkes declared during a speech m the chamber of deputies that the strike was almost as disastrous as a general bom bardment Ihe country would suffer less at the hands of a national enemy He de nounced especially the stoppage of fuel for the railways The action of the strikers amounted almost to revolution, but the government was determined to maintain its supremacy The Fnglneers Meet PITTSBURG Pa, Oct twenty- seventh annual inttj-natioual convention of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi- neers opened here todav Four hundred delegates were present and over WO engl ueers attended the cmvention in an un- official capacity Chauncey M Depevv will address the convention ou ihursday Senator Will Not Resign MOMPPLII R Vt Oct Ihe report of Senator I dmnndu contemplated resigna nation is announced absurd by that gen tleman He he never heard of the rumor until Tuesday night Ht has noth ing to do with the piestnt Uglilature, as the questu n of his election does not come up until 1893 Oil Do vn FlNDIAt O Oct ho Standard Oil company has again reduced tho price of Buckeye oil and now but thirty two and a half cents, a drop of five tentn a bar- rel within two weeks This condition of affairs has aroused the small operators and producers to a high state of indignation Hires' Root Beer IB made from the genuine roots, barks and berries Not like a great many others that are doctored Imitations of It One 25 cent package makes five gallons No trouble to mafce Oor.-oot Stylet for Fall md Winter. Dobbini, the HMtoT. REED AT ROCHESTER He I'rt if U-i It Ym tl N rth l Ot MUM liltS l! 1 1 he t i s u the pn. f luht ssionul t i k. 1 hu Ih. S. Ill )lt I N I I in an I ht R i 111 1 1 i the Rt 1 i in thf lit I held luti 11 b nl hi h v w 11 1 Sjwdlv I B Hit 1 it 1 uuli the Hot I ooi h -3 H illi i n m nut) 1 and tl i 1 mil v appl t i b[ eakt r i t e 1 w itii u I I i isi He sa I n [ui H t tul the mnjnntj pr in tlit I) i i iti ptuty tl 1 s I which I t n tl utmgitthr iU last s n f t i It is 1 1 1 star t in win h s firm a bell t i i niie ns 1 nm i did n t rule 1 lit m ij i of the D t itit p u id s )iith f Mason i 1 H n line and tlu use of the n ntl 1 H n ci its aie put to is gtneiallj t I tht ranks t f tht paitj rather than 1 i 1 1 e rusttr of tl ill us I bel d u 11 c ml) m ciats will revolt li ml ern leadeisiup not bj M irseol voting will their opp ntnts t I y tl e jud i >us an 1 pr per i se t, f 1 sing in teiest in a t i Our (t gove-rtinui t tl i more not less th tu a svstem c f JiuffH- I hfpfl nFfl tJui nwbo bLj if we could bevJVLtned bj sui ti r t 1 gence like the e liters of n 1 f 1 m newspapers for instance it vvoul i 1 e far preferable 1 d) not believe th it tU an gels thtrnseUt" c us all and uot 1} should be left c ut Senator H aUo spoke A DESPERATE DUEL One Man lell Three 1 h rough His Body CHARLOTTK N c Oct 15 -Tola Me Rarj shot and killed Oscar Barnr in a duel at Ijevingt m about fifty in ki from this place McUirj put three bu h rs into s killing him al i st in stautlv Both men were armed w i I Smith 'W ess m five shooters which mptied at each other at a distance of tvvtt j aces Mcliary escaped unscathed i 1 grew out of Bainnaei s undue mtn i v with Mt-Rarj s wife The latter had wai d him to keep aw-iy from Mrs McRary ai 1 until recently Brirruiger ce ised his attc n i us Afewdavsiuo however he sent a lov ing epi-itle to Mis McRurj whul tn bus band mtercepte 1 aud he fortl w 1 1 sent a letter to Barrn informing Inn true he would have to fight a duel or 1 nethe state Barnnttrprorapth agreed t i luel, with the result Ureadv stated MrKarv'a whereabr uts is not know n Me R u i wife wept bitterh over Barnnger's b h dipt Hi tivti s Horses I "i 1! O t >-Col Bill 11 at auction at Mtn -.park, all th 1 i s in training f el ij, i t Capt lit wn witnllie t ion tf Senoiut w 1 the captain pi 1 and k tj The sale a i le seen b; the IUUTLS below De M Ten Brotk.dun I die of x n I -i ?11 Bull! 4 bv Hindoo dim i mini Manlev i i th, K i rttr t bj En j i dim Bunnie Meil lUriick M 1 Run 3 b> 1 Ho v dai i in Den hue -4 Ot) D f i i S[ endthr ft dai i L o M C 01 bett Bav i I low dam MUium colt S b} P whitti i h n I i Jam H s MS N> 1 I 4 b} Gle i elg dim M V B r 1 K u i M 400 Jennie B b> k lam I nrne M J Dah M I wcl H J b> Himjar dam Jewel M T Dalj, fiMiiin Attifk Suaklm C (Jet 1 Osman the rebel lei let u ir iif, ft r an at ack upon Suakim n being madti to send rt tuf i emt i ts iu here to that place v t f if iv i s ma LONC I i i II Uct Ihe trial f M iv i Pitri k J i ison of tin-, citv foi ssiUt n tl nl degree on R i wirv n u; i ei on Sept 7 w i- givei t j in n U t i ling vvurks the Ruyal Cocoa 5 at' nihcance attaches to the act would nut -A Lie lie not ever) inch a king FALL AND WINTER CD i HI N i IN c Saturday, Aug. 30. IIA'ITKH, COBKFCT STVLFS. IS W-t State Street. UNI IKIII Ali I OK UNI 0011 Alt Is tin, mtthoJ upon LondtKtul business, and made it a''IUI-I.SH o and do give uiotomei dollar tor dollai in anil unite a comparison in ALITY, TRIMMINGS AND PRICE with auj other house in or out ot the and teel aisured the tradt be satisticd canaot bt undtrhold on H'all Oapo OvorcoaLs, V "V m, pray, AND OVERCOATS OF ANY DESCRIPTION. new and fresh tor Fall and Winter Fine Clothing to measure one ot our specialties Full Dress Suits read) made Hinclair, V aim oat Co., 39 First Floor and 39, 41 and 43 Second No Ribbon. Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment. Challenger Co., OENKKAL AOEVTri, NO 1407 CHESTNUT STREET, Philadelphia, Pa. RfND FOR CATALOOUF EAST STATE STREET. l C 1 l i ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO TT. n X1 X' 140 PR ART. HTHEtT, niT HiMriux 8TR1R TBINTOH, N S TSLKfHONK 482 MAOIIINK HAD Jills MAN Bought AMERICAN OLOlHrNG AND TAILORING 00., hi would not bow orach tht nind thiongh hu colt Wf clotbiig tht BJJI kid Okildrti witk BE8I TAILOR-MADE CLOlHING pnc Owe I ut SAMPT.F OYFROOATSJtr worth ow HAMPIP SUlili, wtrth H3, "d f 14, for for Knit Suit, .-d OrtrcMte CLOTHING MADE TO ORHFK Ptmnnbtr, ton 11 (kt i IK tkt utnitrj d" 1 with, Tight NO. 8 Cor. 8UFFEREM OF YOUTHFUL FRTJOT58 Or BpvolKl Dlieaaea, conBnlt I) R. EDWIN FISCHER, ninny Demomtrator of OporntlTn Unlfj Ht Fauna College of Hurgerj, Philadelphia. Removed to aie -AST eTAjLi-i Next door to Llornry Hall and Pontflffloe Teeth extracted abBolntely palnlem, with out the URO ot srafi or ether Qas admlnlsiored also The United Ice Companies. WholeBtlo Retail OJT i JLO B W COU BTATK AND MONTOOMKKT Brt TELIPHOffC 485. N FIK-1KKNTH Bl Phlla Pa Twenty years experience Hours, 10 A till 8 P M 7 to 10 evenings Send for book (sealed) containing roll particulars lor home cure, Iree ol "huge. i. B. IIOBEN8AGK, The I-HII AnKI.PHTA, PA, IB YonUital Im men tor t -1-wbU Book. Bent on houn 8A.M. P O Box 638 Rtatlons for delivery of left-North Willow ff. K. nntn opposite Bunk, and 100 Hamilton 01 x <4 on ;