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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               Yin. NO. TtTKSDAY AUTKKNOON, FKBKUAKY 11, 1890, TWO MEET DtFEAT. After Ruling Foi ly-three Years "i hey Are Overthrown. GENTILES CARRY SALT LAKE CITT. A Bed Hot Election Besults Disastrously for the PoljKumlstB In Their Strong- by from to The Gentiles Jubilant. SALT LAKK CITT, 11 was one of the most exciting days Utah has seen Not only was the city on the qui vive, but the whole ti rritury was anxiously awaiting the result of the day's work at the polls. All business In city was sus- pended, the saloons were closed and but for the huge crowds streets no one would suspect that the most exciting municipal on locord wus taking place. To Contest the Election. Chairman Powers claims that the Gentile majority will reach This, however, Is denied by Chairman Rit hai   n Win r-iupnp, Pn FVli -i ,n nt Mm lf> mum hrc' i for n i u lr.fi fimo on rr (Ion i l'. i wntr i In I i hiu ]iHin> m n the nearby has not aft yet been AS- m Utntd. Five hundred men boy. an m the astonishing consideration given the socalled lottery revenue bill We believe that instead of temporal y and future relief ite adoption will irrevocably fetter your state in all its financial credit and condi- tions and m all material prosperity In our judgment you cannot afford to fwwnme the stigma of transferring to your virgin state and legalizing a practice so pel ulcious in its effects, and so held in abhorrence by all good citizens throughout the country, and oue that is so soon to expire in the last state that perforce gives it Secretary Tracy's Substantial Gratitude. WAMHIHSTON, Feb 1L Secretary Tracy, after conferring with a number of officials and prominent citizens, has agreed upon tes- timonials to be presented to Chief Parrls and Howard Wright, of the District Fire department, and Policeman Cattell for the services they rendered to himself and honijo hold on the moi "Ing of the fatal fire at the oocretaij'shome. For Cattell and Wright the secretary ban selected handsome gold ina-i-it-d, while Chief Fail is will be the recipient of a silver set f- ice This Inbute to the chiaf of the fire department was determined upon for hfn action in rescuing the body of Miss Tracy from the flames and bearing it to the side- walk at the risk of hiq owu life. Twenty Lives Lost in Chesapeake Bay. NOBFOTK, Va Feb 11 storm which prevailed in this section Saturday night and early Sunday morning proved very destruc- tive to life and A number of oyster pnngies were blown to sea. The sloop Golden Rule suqk in Lynn Haven inlet, and Capt Andrew Jones died from exhaustion after being rescued by life saving sei vice men. The sloop Annie is missing and her crew thought to have perished. The crew of the Wynndotto, which wunt nshoro at Virginia Beach, were rescued by hfe savers, as was also the dew of the schooner T. M. Thomas, which was sunk in Ocracoke inlet, near Hatteras It is estimated that twenty lives have boen lost in Chesapeake bay and vicinity during the storm v Anarchist Franklvu's Imitator. Son TV, Fa Feb Rosgeu, a German, of Beaver Falls, committed suicide here last night. With a razor he butchered himself in a horrible manner. He is believed to have boon slightly demented, bnt his let- ters to the public are well worded and demon- bti ated that he was an educated man. He came here a week ago and oocured work in the Kenney foundry He IB believed to be a Socialist, as in one of letters addressed lu the public he says his heart is full of lib- erty, and rather than be a "lave for either his friends or enemies he would die. leaves a widow and three children, who re- side at Beaver Ayrei Declares for Tariff Purr ingLPHiA, Feb. 11 William, M the tariff reformer, who has been nominated by tho Democrats as their candi- date for congi ess from the Fourth district to succeed the late Judge William D. KMloj, accepted the nomination la 8 letter in which ho declares it to be the duty of every citizen at thw time to work for the benefit of all by using his best efforts to bring about a reformation of the tariff which will give ns free raw The election will be held on the 18th. Boj. Drowned. Nitw ORT BANS, Feb. 11. Seven boys were" drowned in the river at Carrollton yester- day by the sinking of two yawls iu which they were taking a ride. The strong car- rent can led the boats agalnit some barges at the Octavia street wharf and upset then) Then were eight boys in the boats. Wil- ton Roby, aged 7, escaped. The drowned are: Frank Landry, George Sampson, Alvy FuM-, Loni. Folds, winie winters, M.rtln Portiere find Eddie Keept Two People Frown to Death. Hd., Feb. 11. During thestona y a Norwegian came to town, filled up oil whl.ky for home, ten Allies He never there is suppowd to be burled under the SaUuday, daring a rtulfti, M.i. Willia... King started to retniu from a neigh- bor's. She lost her way, and yonterday she wasfonnd dead within twenty rods of Leconcy Trial. CAWDKN, N. J., Feb. the Leconsy trial Garrett Murray, the farm hand, was crORs-oiamlned, but his testimony remained unshaken Albert Brown, an expert chonilit, testified that he subjected Leeoney't shirt to n microscopic examination and found of blood upon it This garment was fonntt on the premises after the murder. A Tiro f nrlnnnlv Canf-l. 1M HUH O, Fob 11 A flrn In the woolen mill of the penitentiary here cnnsod about It was by a dropping late I HE RUSSIAN MISSION. Charles Fmoiy Suiith Is the Hippy Appointee. NEWS OF THE SENATE AND HOUSr. Senator Blair Speaki of tbe Condition of Education and Several Bills Are The Debate on tbe Rules in the House Continues. Feb 11 president has sent to the senate the following nomina- tions Charles Emory Smith, of Pennsylvania, to be envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary of the United States to Russia Samuel Merrill, of Indiana, to be consul general of the United States at Calcutta J Fenner Lee, of Maryland, to be secre- tary of tue legation of the United States at Rio de Janeiro Harris R Newberry, of Michigan, to be secretary of the legation of the United States at Madrid To be consuls of the United States Ed ward Bedloe, of Pennsylvania, at Amoy James R. Danforth, of Pennsylvania, at KohL John W Schall to be postmaster at Nor- ristowu, Pa. In the Senate. WASHINGTON, Feb 11 the senate the Oklahoma bill and the educational bill w re further considered without final action being taken on either and a number of bill' were taken ft om the calendar and passed Mr Kvarts from the committee on privileges and elections, lepoited a resolution (whuh went over) declaring it competent for tin senate to elect a president pro tern who shall bold office during the pleasure of the senate and until another is elected, and who sha execute the duties thereof when the vice president is absent. The senate passed the license bill appro- priating (to be immediately avail- able) for the Marlon branch of the National Home for Volunteer Soldiers for the tur rent year, and the senate bill appropriatmR a site for a public building at New Orleans Education's Alleged Dangerous Condition After a debate over the Oklahoma bill the senate took up the educational bill and Mr Blair resumed his argument in favor of it( pawage Mr Blair read reports of school m New York, Connecticut Rhode Island and other states showing that the matter of education in the north (as hf claimed) was most dangerous. When Mi Bieir had spoken for two hours he yield  At Babylon, L I, Chalks ml de- Dr Lee Kuapp in a p j, n --hooting match, and is said to have wui OHO Ellis Bard, cashier of tho Linn In (Pa) National bank, is a defaulter t the extent f 12-) 000 A firm was nssM d tin lOuey and the peculations ixt n ltd over u ear An mvistigation is mm in pi ogress lo arrests have yet been mudi August Wenzle, of Hoi i N Y was bUned under a shifting stm 1 bank ami illed Lmas C aged 78, of Oi Mass ook a dose of stiychnme with suiudil 111 tent and died in terrible ag in The house MI-.S t u iIutoLimi n Lutiebirg, M-us, was LIII i -1 to th round Miss who y) years old nd lived nlone perished Parents of sclii o] dnldien at I run nil prosecute kcal conftotlonirs foi randy drops to thecluldien James D Trenor, of IStw York, waskillel y thitves who were trying to rob him on orty eighth street Grover Cleveland has been admitted to the QCiety of Medical Jurisprudence of New Tork Two votes were cast agaimt him, anil J Delaney, a lawyer, w orktd hard to keep 1m out The French cabinet has decided to sen Pilnce Phllippl to two years' im risonmout President Carnot, to avoid he appearance of clothing the dauphin nth the prestige of a martyr, will at once lardon him, and he will be escoited to tho rentier The architectural corner stone of the new irooklyn Tabirnacle, at Clinton and Greene avenues, was laid Fib 10 The Rev Di magfl, the official boiird of thechuith and sjVLral hundred citizens witnessed the imple ceiemony Tbe World's 1 an sub-Committee WASHINGTON, Feb 11 a mieting of he sub-cominittpG appointed by tha W6i 1 I b air committee of the house to pi epare a plan for the selection of a site, Clnuumn haudler presented his report, and he was H! to submit ft to the full committee '.or nehnn The leport submits to the house tho two )llis prtpai t. 1 hj the committee, one cou amiiig proubion-. suitable Jar hulding the 'air either in Chicago Frew Yoik 01 Rt xmis, and the othei making it po-sibjo for ;he fair to be heH in U A res-o utiou is also contained in the report pi o- vidmg that it shall bo left to tbe honsu to decido ou a site, and that after a discussion of the two bills, balloting shall begin, and shall continue until one of the four las received a majority of all the votes cist hen the Bite has been disposed of the bill Ulted to the selection will bo taken up for passage Mi Chandler expocts to get the full com mitteo together today, and should ho be suc- cessful ho will submit his report to tj' members After action by the committee the report will be submitted to tho house at the first opportunity Mian Stokes Weds Bitron Halkctt. NEW Yomc, Feb noon today, in e Chlilc.li of the Heavenly Rest, Mias barau f helps btokes, daughter of Jlr and Mrs Anaon Pholps Stokes, was marned to Baron Hugh Colin Gustave Bishop Pott-r, assisted by Dr Mug m, olH- l-c Cure M you have mude up your mind to buy Hood's SarsaparlHit do not be Induced to tike any other. A Boston lady, whose eximple Is worthy Imitation, tells her experience below. In one store where I wont to buy Hood's Sarsaparllla the clerk tried to Induce me buy would longer; that I might take It on ten 10 Get days' trial; that It I did not like It I need not pay anything, etc. But he could not prevail on me to change. I told him I had taken Hood's Sarsaparllla, knew what It was, was satisfied with it, and did not want any other. vVhen I began taking Hoods Sarsaparllla I was feeling real miserable with dyspepsia, and so weak that at times I could hardly staid. I looked like a person In consump- tion. Hood's Barsaparllla did me so much good that I wonder at myself sometimes, and my inenas if equentiy spean or it jans. Qorjr, 61 Terrace Street, Boston. Sold by til druggists Jl, ill for 55 Freparedonly br C. I. HOOD ft CO Apothecaries Lowell, MMS. 100 Doses One Dollar JUST ARBlVKU AT I I J 1% A Grand Assortment of Latest Novelties in IIAMRURG8, KMBKOIDKRIKS Among which are entirely new de- ligna never seen before, which we have received through loTerftl of the largojl Importing in Nnff Tork. We guarantee that no finer nor bet- ter-made Embroiderlfts He the market, -id, thoYe (11, we are ensbled to sell tc-utlfal new Hambnrgs it positively lower ptlew than any New York reMUr la able to offer to yon, no who they for we bought thr'-' for able to give snrprMnf OH aid compare our Embroideries with any others and compare P. 8. we hereby give spe- cial notice that all old Par-Kill and l.om here for covering murt be for within 80 -W. frou. this date, or will be sold for obs'ir 15th. WALUS'. Prelim in the in t (.ml form THE LAXATIVE AND NU TRH IOU8 JUIOE OF Tlltt FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined the mediuml Mrtues of plants to be most beneficial to the human system, forming an ngretable and effective laxatnt to perma- nently cuie Habitual Consti- pation, aud the manv ills de- pending on a weak or inactive condition of the KIDIRS, LIVER AND BOWELS. It is iL.tnostexccllentreinedylcnown to THE SYSTEM Eft-ECTUAUY Vr hen one is Piltoits or Constipated THAT PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH NATURALLY FOLLOW Every one is using it and all aic delighted with it ASK YOUR DRUOQIST FOR MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. V vnn t, 1. Xptclal H. COUNSF.LOR-AT-T.A W, State Street, fronton, M. 3. I B. FISCHER, Has removed to 216 EAfT STATE BiKEjsrf next door to Library Hall. I B. BACK Kg, W, BuiLDme, ooriier Btata Wsrren BtreetB. H. FOBST A I AW OlTJfllJKSI S3 TTej', State HAIR ON LADIES' FACES, On Qentlnmen's cheeks above the line between the eyebrows, moles, warts, redness o: tbe nose, etc., destroyed forever, without pain or scar, by the Electric Needle Operation, Dy DE. IJHO8 D. BOOAK, 1325 bin MI, Pan DaLrji'l. frpA flpwfal terttiH U) all who onme froiu a rffHtanoe old DE. BO A ROMAN u u the only Doctor of that thai ever lived in Trenton. 10 FBOHI' i UBOOK, YlBt a "eaters, Ranges a-nd Qenei-ally. LTJOAK1 PATHXB (ATT; SHADES) J- find Shoe Maker, TLTI J. UUMlOM WORK A Kinds done In the Beit Mmnei 188 Rroad Street, Trenton. H. "f. VOORHBKH, 810 North Broad Street. 'AIn1 and Chllilnn's Hair and uat curled. and Wet Sbara poon Hslr Bleached any ihade. Mannfactnres every description o Ornamental Hair. Combings made up Prices Ian. RtspectlMly, H. M VOOfeHBKS. Ii aot now not ere' nrectucaaa Twenty years' The flnait mate- rials, Rnmnonn4lng, "BAWAS OF for Coughs, Croup and ND AOOB AND MAI ARIA J-KKUVTAN BARK aupeiiwr sni sUoigtbener. Twenty-one other kfnfli TBi TBKM. U KO. F. Of rid xno Bye a r., It ROBttf i. 6. I10BFN8ACK, treat, FA. Tbe In men i RM Book, 'P- U" 1 P, v., e P. u. P. Job at omco, Umbrella n.nd Sulk MAT, 6O nnd 93.OO. 15 State STKVVAUT HAMMOND Eqnlpi YOUNG T.ADIUM and GKNl'I.F.MK'n flu TimKIlTATE k FRvltHS In OOUWTiNO BOOM Si'KClAT.ISTS, NO BMArrnRlKG, NO NON-ESSKNriATfl, NO NON8FNBE in Ito OF Mtthodn, 8noc> fnl Indiridnil factory PrOgl--. The ohoithand Department the very bwl ftcilitlN for iklll in RAVIU ANi> UfSflFUL PBOaRFSP (itTARANrKFn. in Shorthmd. BBOIN8 MOH0A.X, 2d. TUOMAH J. HTJSWATiT, Box N. J. 10 19 South Orcoue 1MUNTTNG DONB IH A MAHHER, AND AT SHORT NOTICE AND FAIR PRICES, AT THE Trenton Times J O 1 Vinting i Department WASHINGTON MARKET BUILDING, Corner of front and South inroad Streets, LOOK OUT FUR We have purchaser! the store Noi'th of us and intend to buiM on the two lots I he linosl olorc in ircnloiil Wt rid of our stock to do tbutfine, RliADY-MADli CLOTHING! t 1 ii 1 TAH OHlNCi: 10 NOKlII Advertise i'! YOUR "WANTS" "H i IF' TRICNTON TIMKS.   

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