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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               V vni. KG. SENAlQRSAl VARIANCE. Kansas and Florida in Con- troversy. BOTH CO W ARDICE AND FALSEHOOD Among the Vice, with Which Charf e Each Other .Plumb Torrent and Call Betorts In Introduced In the Senate. TltMNTON, WMONMSUAY AKTKJKNOON, JANUARY 15, 18yO, Jan The senate was the scenn of an outbuiat yesterday which, in the savage character of the language ex- changed, equaled the celebrated two years' ago between Tngalls and Voor- It looked, indeed, at one timo if affair would terminate in blotta on the floor of the chamber, so excited were the two par- ticipants and BO clos" together were they. The heretofore offered by Oil in relation to the claims of Fiorlrtu iindnr the swamp land grant and In relation to the alleged unlawful of lands and Mr. Call ad- dressed tho senate upon them The burdeii of his remarks was that lands which were uot swamp And overflowed, but which were fit for cultivation, been under the swamp act, to the injury of the people's rights. He inserted that acres had been selected and ap- proved in all the states as swamp and over- flowed while every body knew rMt no such of tenltory (as large ai Eu- rope) conMrted of swuinp and overflowed Thin was a fraud upon the people ol the United States, for whom public landi ihnald be held as a sacred heritage, Of the acres which had pniocd in under the swamp and overflowed act be tftterted thut were high dry. Mr. Plumb replied to Mr. Call. He said that the United States had grunted to the of Florida more than half the land! within its Ifmjts. The state contained about acres, and morn than one-half of tfcit bad been given to the state for vartuui purpCkKs. Evoi-y single acre oiiandso grant ed had been placed under the control of the legislature of Florida. Some 10, 000, 000 or acies had boon planted as swamp Mid ovei flowed The senator (Mr. Call) had just told the senate tbat most of it was not swamp but arable land. So much greater was the dereliction of the sanatbr'c if it had betrayed its trust Then followed a spirited personal debate, in the course of which Mr. Plumb said: "The senator from FlurinV has uttered after falsehood on the floor of the id.iate, the only reason tbat thcoo false- hoods are unworthy of notice and unlikely to do any harm is because of the source from they come." he proceeded Mr, Fliimb's voice grew londe' and louder mid gestures more violent He was white nith pension, the per syLraMon produced by h la excitement rfnwu his face in rivulets. Mr. Cnlt-had sat as if surprised at Mr. Plumb's beat and violence. Tn reply he Mr. Plumb a blusterer, a ftilalftjSrj a -low level amf one who most ap- propriately had rushed to the detunes of A BIG STRIKE THREATENED. Hew York Central --d: Firemen a 15, AblgnU-lb-on theNew York Ontral road, between ,Sew York and Byracnng, it likely to ooour very icon. IB November lust the Ore- men, brakoiaeti And condncioio informed the Central road authori'lin that they would not over twelve hunrs day unless paid for the overtime at a special rate. The switch- men were particularly bitter, and when no attention was paid to the request they ilruck. For five hours there was net a switchman on duty between Albany and und the Kfgnal was about to be given for the whole line to go out when word was received from Cbauncy M. Depew that tbefr had bocn accepted rfa tKat per hour overtime' would' be 'paid. Wlien the switchmen were satisfied then the engineers firemen also for eit.d pay, and a from thin city visited New York. It is alleged by the engineers and firemen that the Central road authorities agruod to give thirty-two and one-half cents per hour for engineers, twenty-five cents for conductors and sixteen cents for brakemnn. Seventeen cents was to be allowed firemen. Monday was pay day on f road, and when the paymaster made the men's pay up he pnt the overtime in the envelopes of the and conductors but not any iu those of the engineers and firemen. Division 46 of the Brotherhood of Engineers and Firemen called a meeting, nnd the men responded hi Urge numbers. A committee headed by Carl was appointed to go to New York nnd find out from Mr. Depew why the extfsv pay was not forthcoming. The committee left last night, and their return is awaited. The men are quiet, bat say they wilt have the pay or strike. They claim that they will be hacked up by evei j employe on the road, and that a general tie- up will rtault. Senator Brice Ohio. COLUVRUB, 0., Jan, 15. The two branches of the Ohio., legislature voted separately at noon yesterday for United States senator. In ttV5 house Rrloe received 57 votes, Foster 52 and L. T. Neal 1; Smith, the Democratic bolter, the ballot for Heal In the senate Brice got 19, Foster 14 and Wai- stead 1. Senator Schneider, of Cin- pinnntl, voted for Balstead. Blair (Rep.) and Vwlur (Dem.) were absent from the house.and Kerr and Ricbland, both were absent from the senate. At noon today the KUNZE MAY BE FREED. Judge McConnell Grants Him New l rial. THE OTHEIt VERDICTS MUST STAN! No Effort Will Be Made at Present t vas most remark- able. When the fire started on the vessel Monday night he rusbed from place to place socking to escape. Everywhere his progress was bai fvd by the flames, which Phased him at every step, and to escape being burned, for the lime bring he took refuge in a "halt tunnel, where there was a draught of air. Ho soon lost consciousness in tbit refuge, and knew nothing more nnt.il ywter day aftefuoon, when he awoke and man- aged to get ashore from the still burning ship, which was beached on the river hank. Ihe bodies of aTJretwan, and Charles a were found lest IN WEST VIRGINIA. Be- evening in Sot 'the birned vofwl. tieability and expense of tunnelin; 'ng the Straits of Mackinaw. By Mr. the appro- for pnblio buildings at Neb., to aluo a bill authorizing tbe president, with the consent ot the senate, to pl'ceou the retired with and pay of brigadier general, any general of the aruy of the United Stat-os in the'late war wnosMfl msfre application for ment, provided ha in command whnn one or more twttlcn were fongbt nod wok, waft promoted for gallAnt arid stu vice in the fleht, and by amly.msnt of the president commanded a rnent or district. By Mr. Cuilom Extending the right of to steamboat men and others acting nnjter orders from United States JjyMr. Cteorgo A the committee on finance to inquire into propriety of ordering penal Bonn's of eijjat manufacturers, at the man.ufacb ure is carried on by the labor of manufacturer. In to senret session ot the senate a uum- her or nominations were reported favorably from tho committee on public lands and oomniitt'jo on postofHces and post roadu, Tho nominations of' Gen. Morgan, siono'- ot Indinn affairs, and Gen. Porches of Indian schools, wars n is undoi blood they will bl thi thp vnriotis rommnnrK t.lioy 1 for tattle, Tho worl: h to lie I'o supervision of John 8. Bnnh- ment historian of the battle of They bad been suffocated td deafen, tot were not disfigured much by fire. Three JMtay. Die. CUVIHAU, Out., Jag, 15. A construction train, conaiMing-of an engine shoving in front two cars filled with men bound1 for their Tilbuiy Center, collided rflth a runaway flat  be legislature. A eommitte, connistlng ol w B, Bxwt, Qoursu.Dt Forest- Lord, Stephen aid.'i.XJ. the txAiJert wan elected prcoident of the association for the year. Mr. Hubbard's Funeral. Hxni-rORD, Jan, funeral of the late Hon." Stephen A Hnbbard, managing editor of The Hartford Courant, took place yesterday; Religious services were con- ducted by the Rev. Joseph H. Twitohell, of the Asylum Hill Congregational chiirch. Among those present were Senatur Joooph R. ex-Congressman John R, Buck. The burial was private, the remnint being deposited in the receiving vault at Spring Grove Cuuietei'y temporarily. Mnrrlerod'by HtghwayUien. PABKEBSBUIIO, W, Va., Jan. 15. John Lnfflin was fouuddyingon the rondfide near here yesterday mottling. Several were in his body and he expired after being into n house. He was a cAtllo buyer from Ohio nnd had a large amount of monej with him, which his assailcnte secured. The assault by the robbers was made Mourfny night, Tim .TnlinfitoTrn Flootl 1r> !lo Johnstowli fln-ifl commi'-.inn here today, flnnl repnr! y shows the of -W, and tWi question ot t-hn n.-. maining on hand j- r ters to be docldcil; Contest for the tween Ooff and Fleming. PAftk KIWBCRO, Jan 15. Virginia's legislature meets today in extra session tc determine the gubernatorial contest between Nathan Qoff and Judge Fleming, which his boon pending more than a year. Of the committee of five appointed to tike tntimony and report, three report in favor of seating Judge Fleming by a majority ot 256 votes, and two report in favor of seating Gen. Goff by about the same majority. Both are very exhaustive, and whil" asieoing in the main, differ as to 'the nibulte in Hancock and two other counties. Fraud is alleged by both sides, and upon tnt respective allegations the reports base their different conclusions. Democrats, including Judge Fleming him Kit, are very sanguine that the the Demo- cratic nominee will be seated. It should be remembered that the legislv hue Is Democratic by only one majority. Tnformntion received is that all the Demo- crats are either in Charleston or on their way. The Republicans are ciippled at the ottteet by sicfcnw grippe has two mem- bers of the senate, Smith nnd Morris, con- fined to their homes. Thh-wipes out the Republican majority in the senate, not count- Ing Prueldent CaT, who has no reason tc favor the Rnpublicana. Gen. GoiT is here, he will manage his side of thn coutc.1. The gvneraj opinion Is that tho session will be a short one, though Governor Wilson, hi his will ask for legislation on sev- mutters, including the election lawo, free pnwuo on railroads, bribeiy at politicfll labor dlTulfcEbol IXroks. Governor Wilnuu has prepared a bill on the Australinn system of election! anj) will recommend its passage. A Hlssonrl Street Eplsodo. WAOON, V0l, Jaa 16. Dr. T. J. Norrto fa the leading physician of this place, and a'io ketus a drug store. Dr. George faraboe Is a vetirli'ury surgeon. The meu have hard feejln-ji over a bill owed by Hoi r is to Met yaitei'day and thn feud cul- words both pulled ikmnd began ehootlng. One bullet from Horrls' weapon Ai uft Tjirabce in thn right leg another In the left ai... Both wonndi we Another bullet from the samr woapon went through the body ot Duputy Sheriff Poison, who will probably die. Still ,1, Uok a f a. ,uer Wlgglnnin the left leg.; Hone of bullete took effect. Norris is in'custody. Saloons Biiided by 8. D., Jan. Hatton, a town north of saloons bad It all their own way for some time, and have openly'defied the law. On Mon- day night eight women from the bocn spending their time in those places, prepared thaw selves other weapons, marched In a body to the saloon." and began chopping >nd Bn.nahlng. The leader was a quiet and wuuian, but when she learned the hud signed a mortgage farm in order that a saloon bill could be paid wuld stand it no got together WTvn other women and made the raid. iVells-Fargo Express Bobbed. DAI.I.AS, Ttec, Jan.v robbery by which the Wells-Forgo Express company has lost was committed Hunil'iy. The money was in a box in the company's office in this city ,8nn- morning, but during the Superintendent Christensen, arrived here from Houston and U working on the Edward Perry, the local agent, says no ti doe of the box or its contents can be found. The express officials refuse to say anything, but are working on a theory ol conspiracy among the employes, Froo from Hcstrnlnt. NEW Yonit, -Tnn. Ooorpo W. Bull, who wriii rl PORTUGAL'S NEW CABINET. Tun Government Sendi a Note to the Pegardlng the IMnpnte. LTHHON, Jan 15. Senhor has- succeeded iu composing a ministry as fol1 Iowa: Premier and minister of the interior ad interim mjnisterof war, Piment-al; minister of justice, Loyronaz; minister of finance, Bianco; minister of marine, Ar- royo; minister of foreign nffairs, Ribiero; minister of publio works, Aronca, The goverument sent a circular note to the powers on Sunday relative to the- riiiputa with England. It alleges that England did not wait for the reply of Benhor de Barroi Gomes of Jan. 10 to the note of Lord bury, but submitted her ultimatum on reports that Maj. Boi pa Pinto bad disobeyed the telegraphic orders seut him by For- tugucco government in compliance with the wishes of Lord Saliabnry. Maj. Pinto, the note says, quitted Nyaaaajand and the Shire dlala let three weeks ago, some time prior to the sending of tha orders, and is now sick at Mozambique. The note further says that Benhor Gomes never alluded to arbitration during the negotiations, but suggested throughout the holding of an international conference to settle the difficulty. Simlth's Trial Postponed. Ar.JUNY, N. Y., Jan. case of thi people versus John Bnaitb, the aooembly ceiling contractor, was up in the supreme court before Judge Furatnan yesterday and arguments were heard ns or not the etay of proceedings granted on Satur- day should be vacated. Attorney General Tabor appeared for the people, and Messrs. Hale and Frothlnghara for Mr. Snalth. Mr. Hale insisted that the appeal was taken simply for the purpose of delay and to pre- judice Mr. Sunith's claim now pending be- fore the board of claims for the balance of the money due on the contract The attor- ney general denied that such was the case, and Judge Fursman decided to continue the stay. The decision throws thj trial over until fall. The Salvador Revolution. NEW ORMtANS, Jan. Don Emil iano Martinez, consul general of Guatemala in this city, received a communication from the secretary of foreign relations of that re- public, requesting him to make known to tho press of the Unit d States tbat the re- volutionary movement against the govern ment of Salvador, led by Gen. Rlvas, was based entirely on personal grounds; that news bocn received tbat the upris- ing liai brau quieted, and above all that the riot in the interior of Salvador is purely a local mattor, in no way affecting the peace of Guatemala, where hnpplniw and enthu- siasm reign on account of tha completion of great railroad enterprises by the ment. The Importance of purifying the blood MTU not be overestimated, lor without pure blood you cannot enjoy good health. At this season nearly every one a good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich the Wood, and Hood's Sarsaparilla Is worthy your confidence. It is peculiar In thirl it strengthens builds up the system, creates an appetite, and tones the digestion, it eradicates disease. Give It a trial Hood's-Sarsaparlllais sold byalldrngglstt. Prepared by 0. t Hood Co., Lowell, IOO One Dollar JC9T AT A Grand Aworrment of Very Latwt in Among which are entirely rew de- never Been which have ja't revived through several of i.p la'gost i'ApoiUng booses in New We guarantee that no finer nor bet- tpr msde KtDbroiderifS are in tot market, aod. abnve all, thst we are {Ambled to eell these beantifo "smbnrgs at posltivelv lower prioef any New Tork is able to offor to ynn. no matter who they are, for we oongbt then for cub, ire able to give surjiriilug yoa. and compare oar with any othen and compare pri'< I. P. 8. We hereby give n Ttntire that ill the old DmbrellM from 1889, left (or cOTtrioK and repairs, be foi nithln 80 this d-te, or will be sold for 15th. WAUJS', C PEERLESS DIES Present1; in the tnnvi form THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS jUlOE FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be mcSt beneficial to the human system, foiuiing an agreeable and effective laxative to peima- nently cure Habitual Consti- pation, and the many ills de- pending on a WPak or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is ti. .-most excellent remedy known to UEMSE THE SYSTEM EfttCTVtUY When one is Bilious or Constipated THAT- PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLIIP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW. Every one is using it and all are delighted with it. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR umbrella and MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. StH FRANCISCO, CH, KY AT IV YORK, N. 1, eo and oo. 16 flt-vit SUMt. STKWAKT Eqalps and SF.RVIU15 la the COUNTING far IMMKiiIA-1'K v he ?Bkt Hu 183 BroiH Btreat, Trenton. 'if   from tha New n viow to ifc interest. ofrora thi Stenra ation, will Y., Friday of the "utrnl railroad on mutters of J. B. HOBENSAGK, Sunjtl. -in Of thn Jloliw, of the ebairman. .Inn. of the J. woo wai iBjured by falllag donuafllghjtof night, died! provement in hit orowlltlon U: OO.BM A. If, ffonrt and BnfMinf, kHvurtl Bya a Spoalally. first OF TBRNrON, Nutloe of Intention to North As. sanplnV Intercepting Sewer. Pursuant to a ntion of Common Coun- cil, pawed December 24th, notice li hereby, civen that it Is the int- ntion of Common Oonncll to build a sewer, iind Oresni (now Sonth str'eU. at the northerly end of that p .rtlon of oith Asianplnk inteirepting con-; itract'd under ordinance of Common OinnJ dl, vinJ Jnly 13th, 1987, tunnlnn rlv thrpnih Fwnt t of feet to In Front or; near tne wMicrlr line of the lands of the Delaware and Hiri'an north- eisterlr htnds of the laid Barlt-i Canal Company, 165 feet, to t point in Fait O it.eet. oppni te Qrund thence erly th'Onnh said the lands of the a distance of about 660 feet to t point I _ Sooth Clintuu thdi.ce nnttherly thronrt said Ponth Clinton a ilt tmnoe of abont 71 fret to a point Yard avenue; thence r-twrly throngh mvenue, a of about 618 fses to th4 oeterly of Tard avenue, In anro the general bythedtj. HIV h p> tfons u may objeut to the bnction of said sewer are hereby rs incited In wrltlnjc. mi or be'ore the 24th day 0' 1890, City Clerk, his in the City DOKHIM A FIRST-CLASS AND AI SHWf WT.'Cf MD FUR PHICeS, Mf I'rcriton 'limes J O H WABHINOiON MARKIT BUItDINQ. of Kroat rnd Sbuth uroad YOUR "AV'ANTS"   

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