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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey vni. NO. AKTKKNOON, FKttKUARY 1890, TWO WHERE BAN LES RAGED Results of the Various Pennsyl- vania Flections. A HOT CONTEST IN PITTSBUR6. for Plttibuij, Cheny City, Philadelphia Otbar Flaeea-Wlicra Democrat! wereVIo- torlaui itoybaro Elected Congreuman. PiiTSBORQ, Feb. The 'municipal elec- tion' occurred In Fittsburg and Allsgheny CilJ yesterday. The campaign has boon hotly contested in the hlrtory of either city. About the vote was polled. The result In Flttaborg and Allegheny City, as accurately SB can be leamed at this hour, is follows: p for may- or, majority about gain fire members in the city councils- Allegheny James D. Wymnn for mayor, majority. In Philadelphia, PHILADELPHIA, Feb. Reybum tor congress la the Fourth district, from to majority. The Republican city ticket is elected by about ma- jority. Capt Joh" Taylor elected receiver of taxes and Charles J. Warwick city solicitor. Cheiter'i Mayor a Republican. CHIBI.H, Fa., Feb. Coatis (Rep.) elected mayor of city. Fourteen of the eighteen precinaU of Chester gives Coatis 593 majority for mayor. The Republicans elect 13 of the 16 common, 7 of the 8 select councilman, the city comptroller. The Election at Bellefonte. Bit.T.kiOHTK, Pa., Feb. municipal hero resulted in the election of Reber for mayor by 120 majority. Th< Democratic candidate for oveijow of the poor was also elected. The. rut of th? elected are Mayor Keller Ee-elected. Pa., Feb. 19. Thom" P. Her- ritt (Dem was elected mayor by about 550 mnjorlty. The Democrats elect also thCcUy treasurer, three awmssors, and will con- trol the council in both branches, Damocratle Mayor. Feb. Robert Ularjc (Dem WM elected mayor by 218 majority. The Republicans control of both branches of the city council. Chamberibari Goes Republican. CHAHnnumuKS, Feb. W. FTannfnger (Rep.) Was elected The entire council is Democrats win at Beading, WTT.T.TAWSPOBT, Pa., Feb. F. Kel- ler (Rep.) was elected mayor, and George (Dem was re elected. News from Look lava EUvjsN, Pa., Feb. 19. George P. Sboaffer (Dem.) was elected cily here bj 153 majority. The Election at York. Pa., Feb. D. R. Koell was rs elected mayor of city municipal contest. The Day at Gettysburg. iBtCBO, Feb. R 8. Ben- ner (Dem) was elected burgnmiof thla oily by 187 majority. Carlisle's New Mayor. Feb- 19' B' Watts (Rep.) elected mayor of thia olljr. Oen. Alger at Baltimore. Feb. 19. Tfie of the departnwnt of Maryland of theOrapd A.oiyof the Republic has begun here. The feature of the was the presence of the commander-ln-cnlet, Oea R. A. Alger, who an He took the view that tjlp Ornnrt Army nf Rupiihlln not begging anything from the govei iimmt, but was merely asking for justice. He the Army committee concluded to urge the dependent pendon bill as the best that could be pa Jd iby tfataooiigiist. thought it best G. -nd A ruiy should not the sei loe ibill at this 'time. Of course, thla did not the service bill was to aban- doned. Its pnmge would be Inaljted on at A later day. fatally Shot at a Prayer LEBANON, Ind., Feb. Daring s prayer meeting at Edward Randall's, five orthla city, just as they were s'pgmg the closing hymn, an nnkpowu through the window. Mrs. sci im. thut she was shot. Daring the that followed "to The brU through the ttovi pipe, slrficmg Mrs. Randall in the coiOer of She is olive, but Ho motive is knowu for tin The fa-ifly one of the most rejected .prontpent in the county. DEMPSEY DEFEATS M'CARTHY. Australian Knocked Out In trie Tweuly-Elglitli Bound. BAH Feb. 19. Over a.OOO ou- thuilaetlc spectators at thu Cali- fornia Athletic club last night to witness the great battle of the middle Dempsey, the and Billy Me Carthy, the Australian champion. When this match was made it was generally regarded here that Deuipsey would have a very easy game. The opinion soon changed, however, owing chiefly to the reports of Dempsey's health. His health improved, however, and yesterday he an- nounced himself in perfect condition. Bet- ting was generally in his favor, about the .largest odds being 100 to 60. McCarthy was also in flue condition. Mr. Clnrk, of this city, was appointed referee. Jack McAuliff and Denny were behind Dempsey and Jimmie Carroll and Paddy Gorhflm seconded McCarthy. Dempsey weighed McCarthy Time was called at First men came to tho cen- ter of the ring promptly; Dempsey led wiHi his left and caught McCarthy lightly ou tho chin. McCarthy watched closely for an opening led out several times, but Dempsey dodged. The Australian seemed inclined to force matters, but was able to accomplish nothing. Second caught McCarthy savagely in the face twice, and then gave him a terrible righthander on the body. McCarthy attempted to return it, but Demp- sey got away. McCarthy lauded lightly on Dempsey's ueck, and the round closed with several points in the Nonpareil's favor. Third caught another lefthander on the chin, which Dempsey fol- lowed up with a good blow on the ribs. The Australian ducked well and saved himsell from a fierce blow aimed at his neck. Just as the round closed McCarthy strnck DeniD- sey hard in the wind and received a hot one on the forehead in return. Fourth Round McCarthy followed Demp- sey cleverly, but the Nonpareil watched his opportunity and bis left soon found the Aus- tialiau's neck half a dozen times without a return. Fifth landed on the body, but got three sharp blows on the ear from McCarthy. Sixth opened with a vicious uppercut, which fell short. He then walked to own corner, slowly followed by Dempsey. The men rested a moment, and then Dempsey repeated bis attack on hit. opponent's body, landing heavily three times. McCarthy seemed a trifle flurried as the rouud closed amid applousa for Dempsey. Seventh led out strong. but McCarthy showed wonderful quickness in getting away. Dempsey's left hand landed ou the Australian's jaw several times, and just before the round closed Mc- Carthy returned It with a half swing right- hander which caught Dempsey on the cheat. McCarthy was knocked out by Dempsey the twenty-eighth round. CHICAGO'S SIOCK FALLS The Fair Bill Will Probably Pass loday. They Favor Free Feb. in favor of the free coinage of allver wssheld at the Union lust night Hou. L. -rid be W al.ajrk bocn a Mt wasttajisill sides to be had to take the chair. Edwards Fieri spool, W. R. Grace, H V HiuMt Miller ind others as dints. Gen. Warner rtas the principal speaker. A Patteur Inatltnte Opened. Bnt in the United States was 178 WestTfnthiUoet. Dr.P-nl
i NEW YunK, F.-ti.' 10.- -Victor CrnvntH, of Heb., aged 23, nnd John Wolff, night watchman at ,No. 841 Bast Twenty. ninth street, committed suicide yesterday. President Harrison's Views on the Na- tlonnl Republican League. NEW YOKK, Feb. preparations arc almost completed for the National Republi- can League convention which meets in Nash- ville, Tenu., on March 4 next. About delegates will The delegates will go to Chattanooga on March 6 to hold a political mass meeting there. Other cities in the south may be similarly visited. Among the prominent speakers who will at- tend are Coniji-essmen McKinley, Burrows, Grosvenor, Mason, Evans, Houk and Taylor, also Senators Evarts, Ingalls and Spooner; Gen, Stewart L. Woodford, of New York; Gen, Goff, of West Virginia; Hon. John K. Lynch, ot Mlwiouri, aud ex-Governor Bul- lock, of Georgia, will be among the veterans. It is believed that Chauncey M. Depew and ex-Senator Thomas C. Platt will also attend the convention. President Harrison has sent a letter to Hon. John M Thurston, president of the league, in which he says: "Such organiza- tions are wholesome and desirable, not only from a party but from a public standpoint. They interest the young men in public af- fatro, ana compact and Sk., kA... thus excited into controlling political forces. The party to which you belong has never suffered by an intelligent discussion of ita history or its principles, and I am sure your organization will continue to furnish cour- ageous aud well appointed champions wher- ever the lists of debate are opened. "I doubt not that you will be cordially received by the people of Nashville, and beg to express the hope that your meeting may be both successful and pleasant." .t- Mil, ,tati' S mtor St ill -d l-'.-b IS, N) Wll.-.ix, rVi.ilflln, Ul-ml Ml'ity, I'.i.. U'tt n pan i-t m in Ills uill i-i i in to inherit u li. n .if IIL-I must vuto UK must marry Urium-rut-, ur single. Firo which in Henry Fritz's Cnn- fectiauvry sl'irn, Newark, N. J., burin .1 four causing u loss ot Mry. Siiiry Hunis, wits burned ti. death. Mrs. Kohei'eu Tuylnr, mother of the late utithnr anri traveler, Bay urj Taylor, died at Keimelt Square, l'a_, Feb. IS in her ninetieth year, after a hrit-i illness. Mrs. Taylor had grown quite feeble, physically, but she greatly enjoyed the si clety of her ninny friends. Albert L. Johnson, mvi ntor of the John sou switch and other useful railway apph nnces, dnipp-'ii dead in the Equitable build ing, New York, Feb. 18, of heart disease. The peforuuince at the Broadway theatre. New York, for the benefit of Mrs. James G. Blaine, Jr., who is very 111 and likely to be pi rnmiieutly an invalid, yielded nearly The audience wos the largest evi-i known at the Broadway. The president has awarded certificates fur bravery in a flght with robbers in Arizou-i in May, 1SS9, to Privates Thornton Hams and James Wheeler, of the Tenth infantry. Henry Fauz, the tinner, of Aberdeen (Miss.) fame, has bocn recommended for ap- pointment QB a special agent of the census olllce to collect ftatistics of recorded Indebt- edness. The executive committee of the County Democracy at New York have elected Mcclmel C. Murphy chairman for the ensu- infZ year. William Cowlo (Rep.) was elected mayor of Syracuse, N. Y., by 808 majority over William B. Kirk the present incum- bent. About votes were cast. Charles J. Harrah, tho millionaire Bra- zilian railroad contractor, died at Philadel- hm Feb. IS, aged 74 years. Pitcher Toner, of last year's Chicago toam, as signed a contract to play with tho Pitta- nrg Brotherhood club. He will also act s secretary and treasurer of the Brother- ood ciub. The Iwenty-socond annual conventinn ol he National American Woman Suifrngi Ssociation lias opened at Lincoln Music jail, Washington, D. C. Count Julius Andrassy, the well known ungarian statesman, who has been ill foi omc time at Volosca, near Flump, dieil 'eh. 18. He was OT years old. At Erie, Pa., some miscreant threw vitro n the fnce of Miss Emma Fischer. Donni- icCarthy, tho young woman's lover, pur- ue'd the vitrol thrower anil was shot twice 'he misireiint. is still at large. McCarthy recover. TheRtrikine tniii'-rsof Puxsutawney, PH., lave, tu tho company, al- ,hougU is mu'-h suirnrins amung their 'amili''S. The cpprators say they have all hern-" Kentucky Horaes Sold. Ky., Feb. Woodford's sale here twenty horses brought average, Best prices were for the foi lowing: Bay gelding Prince Mark, 2, by Victor Von Bismarck, dam by Marshal Ney, Jr., Bay geWlng Carbonreid, 3, by Onward, dam by Clique; 0. D. Edwards Bon, Ills., Chestnut fllly Olo, yearling, by Onward, dam by CoL Hambrick; GeorgeCunniff, Y., The Sharon Cltlienn Out on Ball. AUGUST A, Ga., Feb. seventeen citizens of Sharon, arrested and brongh on charges of interfering with the dis- charge of his duties by Postmaster Dupk worth, of Sharon, were examined by Unitei States Commirsionsr Alexander beam over in each to appear at the April term of the Federal court in Augusta. All gavi bonds and left for home. United States At torney Erwin will today begin taking test! mony in the case, before Commissioner Alex Impouviee of purifying blood not be overestimated, lor without pure Wood you cannot enjoy good health. At tills sewon nearly evciy one naeds good medicine to pnrifv, vitalize, and enrich the blood, and Hood's Sarsapnrilla is worthy yonr confidence. ..It Is peculiar In that It an m.iiptito, and tones tho digestion, It ninfllmtes disease.. Give it a trial. Hood's Is sold by C. 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We g.-annteo that no Oner nor bet- tor.mtde are In ihe market, and, above all, that we ate enibled to sell boaatifn) new at lower prlaM than any New Tork Is able to offer to no matter who they are, for we bought for are able to give snrprlring to Ton. Call and compare our Embroideries with any otheiS and compare prints. P. 8. Notice. We hereby give sre- oial notice that (H old Pa. jols and from 1380, left here for coming and lewln, must be called for Within 80 frulii tMs or will be sold foi .T. 16th. W ALMS'; Celebrated Spring Styloa now on 16 State Sboot. 8TMWAKT HAMMOND YOuNQ LAnim and OK Of. in OODNi'lNQ-BOOM. nniKiiTATjs KiiUCATOKS, n-S NO SMAri-KRrNG, NO NO NONHRNssE in OP TKAINING. Modtia Mathoda, 8nr ifnl Tinging, The Shorthand I Jepartmeut the very but for acquiring skill in RAPID dilARANi'EKD. Morning, ET CT-- I in Shoithanrl. MONO AX, J. tffJSWAfcr, BOX N. 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