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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOT VIII. 9312. TKKNTON, MONDAY AHTKKNOON, MAY 12, 1890, WO GLOBE iROllER iRAIN He Is Bound to Beat Nellie Ely's Record. THE ECCENTRIC CITIZEN'S TOUB On the Homestretch to Make Taooma Famoui and Sinush This He Compute Girdle Round the farth In Mxtj-two Days LOMION Ma) George Irancis Train is on the homebtretch of Ins arouni the world, and it seems not only probable that be will break Phmeas Fogg's record but the record of Miss Nellie Bly as well He has reached London fiftj o daj s from Tacoma, Wash and expects to finish his tonr in ten dajs more To a torrespondeu of The Herald who met him with extende  12-A Chicago, Mil- waukee and St Paul trate struck a buggy thp crossing 8t Decorah, la Saturday night In the bttggy were Miss Alice QluVer, Aaron Sheete and Her daughter and son. Miss Glover had 4 leg an aim broken and received other in- jnries which are fatal. The other occu- pants of the buggy were also seriously in jund The vehicle was broken into splint- Mnmrrm (to her llttlo boy) Jinnn IP If hi pnod ftntl RO to sleep, if give yon oni of AVer's nlcn sugar rnitert Cathartic Fllln noit time you need medicine Btnnie, milling iweetlr, dropped off to sleep j CALIFORNIA REPUBLICANS IN LINE They Will Support the McKlnley Bil Despite the Sugar Sihedule ins Maj U NotwitMandm the report of Heprebentatne McKeuna o California (hi representatne of the Paul! coast on the wajs and means committee dissenting from the Hugar schedule of th tariff bill it is understood Ohat Mr M Kenna will for the bill as a whole contenting himself with offering ameuc ments when the sugar schedule is reachec in the debate on the bill proper during th week Mr McXt nna when he saw tha the w a> s and means committee w ns firm 1 its decision regarding sugar agreed to ac in harmony Republican a-ssociate in securing the passage of the bill, and ad mg on this agreement he decided not b make a speech during the four dajs gen eral debate, w hit h closed Saturday, a though he was entitled to unlimited tun as a member of the wajs and means com mittee It is said that Claus Spreckels and th other big sugar men of the Pacific Coas are better satibhed with the sugar schedul than the) were w hen first it w as announced and the) e concluded that as the pas sage of the bill in its presen form is certain nothing can be gained b it hen Mr Spieckels was here reeentlj to protest against placin sugar on the free list en if the producer were granted a sufficient bount} Mr Her mann, of Oregon who was on the hous committee on manufactures when the con mittcc imestigated the sugar trust calle the attention of Mr Spreikels to i statt ment made by the latter before the con mittee that the sugar men of the Pacifl coast would be satisfied w itli on th free list if they were granted a bounty su flcieut to cover the benefits derived from the present protective duties Mr Heimaun spoke of this after Mr Spreckels had made an argument agains the bount) svstem, and Mr bpicckels wa forced to admit that the bount) had its advantages and could not reason ably be objected to if the bounty wer granted for not less than twent) )ears The MtJCmle) bill grants a bouut) for fif teen yeM-s when the tariff bill was mtro duced it was believed to be probable tha Mr McKenna and the other Repubhcai members from California, and Mr Cole man, the Republican representative from Louisiana, would Vote agauist the bill, bu it now can be safely said that they will ac with their colleagues BLOWN TO ATOMS Two Men Killed by the Explosion of Locomotive at Buffalo. BUfiAlo Ma) Shortlj after2o'cloc] Sunda) afternoon Lehigh Valle) switcl engine No was drawiL8 a tram o freight cars from the Tifft fanu into th city The engine was in charge of Bngi neer George Pearl and Fireman Henr O'Connor and was going at a moderate rate of speed and when near the bndg over the Buffalo creek without a moment1 warning exploded The shock of the ex plosion was tenific, being heard with tmctness tw o miles avva) Fireman O Con nor's body w us blown 100 feet in the air fell in a shapeli ss mass The body o the engineer found after some searcl where it had fallen about 100 feet east o the wreck He was dead when found an> the remains w ere terribly mangled Both men had homes in Buffalo and eacl leaves a family The cause of the explo sion seems to be a mystery and may neve be determined The engine is said to hav been an old one, but in good condition The engineer, Pearl, seems to have been new man, and little Is know about him in the yards Jbllicottvlle t lame Swept. ELLICOTTV ILLE, N Y May 12 a a quarter of the business portion of this place lies m ashes The buildings buruei were the Crawford house and D P McMahon's dwelling, J W D P McMahou's dry goods store, E F Snyder's jewelry store, E L Reed's dental rooms M W Brook's grocery store. Galloway jerkins' harness shop, F Kirnan's giocer store, E Oyer s saloon, George Bentley'i dwelling, the barrel factoiy ana stock Charles Hartley's blacksmith shop, Mc- Mahon's agricultural implement ware- house and Mrs Harmon's barns The fire started in D P McMahon's dwelling atl o'clock Sunday morning and soon sprea< to the other buildings There is absolutely no protection against flre here Bucke brigades were formed and considerable good done, but they could not prevent th spnwl of the flames, and for a time it look ed as though the entire village was doomed The Salamanca fire department was wirec for, but it was necessaiy to get the Sala- manca board together for their consent be- fore the fire department could respond A1 12 P M the first stream was turned on ant! the flames were soon under control The loss will amount to A ersns Stiletto. YOKK, May 12 Michael) and Pasquale Marascoa fought with a and a stiletto on the dock at the fool of Roosevelt street, injuries being inflicted of which Michaeh died in the afternoon while Marascoa is in a senous condition There were no witnesses to the affray, bul the police believe that the men were mem bers of a gang of counterfeiters, thai Michaeh was suspected of being a spy and that the tragedy grew out of this suspicion Marascoa refuses to talk A Fatal Railroad Collision. BIRMINGHAM, Ala, May 12 A collision has occurred between a construction and freight tram on the Louisville and Nash- ville road twenty miles south of here It caused by a disregard of signals John McCall, a miner who was stealing a ride, was killed Hany Turaer, a civil engineer of the road, was fatally hurt. Ihroc train men were slightly Injured Illinois Miners win a SPRINGFIELD, 111, May 12 soft coil miners and operators have come to an and the men went to work to- day. The scale as adjusted is higher than paid elsewhere in the state, and the rneii 'oel that they have obtained a signal vic- tory, l tie rate is six cents higher than the Columbus scale, and will remain in force nntil May, 1891 PnblUheri Amiga. George W, Crane Co, printers and publishers, have as Their liabilities are about 000, which it is believed te tally covered by Mneto. Collections have boon dull and the company has bcc-u caifylng on a heavy debt ever since their ostablishmuut WM do- stroyed by fire a year ago me Italian's Deadly Knife, Nrtw YOBK, May Capscanlo itabbed und probably fatally injured a negro named Charles Simmons at No 47 Jaxtor street last night The Italian was irrested Simmons, who is a restaurant :eeper, ordeied two drunken ItaltnnBaway rom his place and was sot upon and [tubbed r In p-mmnj nn fluid in thr 'n moforon-lirnM treatment alTorilfl M Toellmlnfttothepolcon n mi o a ttiorouph euro of the disease othlng In no fflclont nn Aycr's Saraapa- nia fllve It a trial, Price (l. worth 15 a Dottle, HER LOVER NEVER CAME Killed by the Cars While F Route. HIS LOVE AND LIFE INSURANCE Romantic Berthn Bemitn Wanted Both bat His Loie Died with Him und H Insurance Goes to His Heirs An A: menlaii a Strange (Jucst for a Bride. Maj 12 he preliminary (ria of a suit against the Rome, Watertown an OgdenRburg railroad, brought by Synga B Costikan, as administrator, for the kil Ing of Stephen K Bobasmian, an Armenian reveals a decidedly romantic story Boba- Biuian came to America throe years ag from Constantinople, and engaging in bus neis In Chicago soon amassed a small fort tine One daj a matrimonial paper cam into his possession, and he ered three of the ertisements of mnidens who se forth their charms and matrimonial aspir tions in glow ing colors Among them was a Miss Bertha He-man, of N The Jersey Girl Won She impressed the Turk more f av orabl than the rest and they were soon exchanj Ing letters, which finally resulted m ama riage engagement Meanwhile the Turk ish lover had "been corresponding with tw other young ladj ertisers Their fu names were not learned, but one w as Ha tie, w no In ed in Boston, and the other wi Florence, a New York girl The Aiiuenian'H Life Insurance. Tjist August Bobasmian resohed go to and start in Before leaung Chicago he purchased accidental insurance ticket good fo twenty four hours He also w rote to eac of his correspondents, informing thc-nitha he should leave for the east on a da named In the letter to Miss Beman he inclose the insurance ticket, in his letter to th Boston and New York girls he promise that he w ould soon call upon them H also wrote   I Mr rs Columl is 1 I ulsiiiip l Butt il n and O UN r I. dill anil kir Mrakl and At I'liilal Atlikt 03011 1101 Br klvi 0040 Oil Basi h ts th. 13 Broi U l Irror AtliMie Hi iklju i liuttiii i i u nu Robins M 1 1 Pitz At l Is i 11 idi Uu !i stti 0 2 0 l i 1 l bvruuis OOOOli lio Base lnt I u i 13 SM i rrors Rothtslti 0 (j Hilt i Uihn and MtKt nnh M nis n hu f u I II ms At 01004 v 0 1 Bt L uis 1 U 1 li i u 0 Bu.sc hits Inltd o St 1 in 11 l-rrur Ti U lo hi If IIH 8 rli Smith an 1 amsHj and Mluiitk YsHotlntlun At Ninark NiHOiU 1 0 4 1 0 n B r-1 Jt Ispj (iM 0 0 4 0 b 1000 Bnst> hu N uk 11 J i-si I triers Ni r 11 a s and C ll Ids I in i i in 1 1 lion till I ill., Stuml Tin htamliu nf tin liaLties to dati is I I u l I s l l vi i F C luhs W j lit t Is Vi L 1 OIL I..') 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