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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOU VIII. NO. 2332. rKKNTON, AKTKRNOON, NE 4, 1890. TWO OKN' -S7ED ELECTIONS. i That Are at Present At L Congress 111 U! li IS I 1 HNS Tin II i nmmttixs Imlrimin Mjs 1 IK (institution il i Mil) mi liine.l for I lillng lu Kt r Hi I ul, MI kliitklji Can ISI. I IN III It Ml li null Ills I i li ti i in t t tlit liuust c imiuittLL on 'mini luis (.umplett 1 the ii pott uf the omimltu in fiwirot suiting Miller (Kt pulilu in who umusie 1 the SB it nf I Hint njLMt) L'II MKmlitr fiuin the Miit i dMi ut uf C irolum Iho iipoit L 11 uns the seusitumul ibseition thtt tin. itiou and election lau of tin s jiti of Sjulh Curulinn is unc.niu.titu tu nal ind kn unds for this btatuutnt are wt t uh it length Premising his argu muii m this connection bj showing that thi constitution of the I nitid st ites pro inks t'n t insins shall be disfr inchistd for inurlir trusoii or filnnj onlj Mr K IH 11 NUiopsuis tne South diohim latt, nl idi heiluniis is in daict opposition to tie h i il c .institution 1 his it 13 lull th it ptisun who was 1 i 'u 1 a'tcr the 1SN1 and f lid to rcgis ir sn ill U. rorcur disfrm il C It also p that persona n Infilled to at the first electiou U u K lUiiinx rtsuli nee m the state and 1 1 sin-, who i Ciliated thisir ition ten In 'esf i i msuleiatioii also should be iisii u diiKil Hi Hut Mulling thiirgrd i -t ites that the eoinmittee did i i tThrou otis in dispute beeati-e of (hi umonstiWionalit) of thest iti ehetion It i huwel i but of ballot box s of ballot as to (1 M 'lie "Republic in and other n li i Is Hie committee decides U i cordnu tn the w nf counting most fi Die to 1 hint nuiiitf him the benefit ot (nc doubts Miller the content tut still IHI-J a in ijoritj of 7iT while accoid in to the strict legal method of counting JI In s majoiity is placid it 1 11 U ilsuii (Mo will make turnout} i ir the Demon tie numbers of the conn u tee Tin? Gliutun IJitekinildgi ige 'ihe sub committee of the house conn nt- teeon ekitnins cli with imcstiKiitmg the contisted ilntion ei.se of John M Cln'in (liceiseJ) against Lhfton R fiom Vikansas, hiardaigu meiit In (yeneril Uiiimid on tin upphcation made bj Mi foi the fi nl el healing of testlmonj Aftci _Vr rl mil hid finished tin com n ittce deei le 1 that it could not he ir the numbei of witnesses that Mi Breck- ininU'e tsUed to called because full opportunu, had bi eu for healing their te timoiij while the subcommittee vas m AIAI nsis md because as the case hid bun ihsed ihc consent of the euntistee theiewas, no re i imwhj it should rco, cue 1 Ihe sub committee decided ifeowcner to allow Gen Powell Cl ijton and 7B lijlor of 4iki nsas who are now m Vaalirngton, nud Mr Breckmridge, to testif) Mr Breckmridge requested that il witnesses be summoned from Call fortm to testifj as to the thcor} that Thomas Hoi pi r killed Col Clajton but this u as tiled bj the subcommittee on the that these witnesses had telegraphed full stau mi uts nhele the sub- committee was in Aik uisas lo Secure Pure Teas VvAMUM.roN June The committee on and mums held a meeting jester ,ind decided to make d favordble re- poit on a bilt amending the law to present tl i llnpoitatioil of adulteratod and spu nousteis Ihe bill proudes for the ex iiniii ition of imported teas and ere ites oflicers for that pmposc technical amendments were mule to the bill at the tion of the treasury department Congressional Can p ilgn Committee. IDS June, -The Republican congu ion il campaign committee organ ui 1 bj the election of Kepreseiitatn e James J Baden of New York chairman, aud Vr bchujler S Olds of Michigan, prnati icueUi} to Sena'or Stockbndge, oceietrj An executne committee, of which Mr Beldeu is chairman, was also appoint 1 Ihe Ilusbuild a Revenge .1 u si >v t june Charles E 1 1 s s of I ickson Pa is under arrest at ill nil il grand larceny by C Chandler with whose wife the piisoi i rrm ibout a month ago It 18 el imcil bj the husband tlmtwhen his wife disirud hi n some of Lewis' friends held I im i itil tlnee tiunks could be got out of t it ho ise Ihe examination takes place ti 1 md a number of witnesses fiom I'liila leljlni are present Mrs Chandler UK hues t! t she will not return with her hn b i iri under any circumstances but tli iti s I i yi buck and him prose- tutul iiir 11 1 ition of the law if he II i e irs i in st Lewis >tw Stnte I.ans. A 1 1 i Time 4 filed at the secre taij ol si ite s oiluc wde as follows Rala- tui to bum I plots in Van Cortlandt and I'i llmm 1m pu'vs New citj to pro wdc foi shdit terms for deeds and mort B i to pi ide for water supplj in Glens i ills nppropri ition for state armory at Ltiea foi improMiig strei'ts m Saratoga regarding lieirs of Roger Flood, in 1105, nu'ending Wlutestone charter, e point chaiter amendments regard Hluhwiiy Kohbery on thq IJeaeh. M N George Faddy, i 17, jf hport, was found un conscious on the beach here yesterday mm mug hleiding from wounds on the head He lecovered sufficiently to say that h> held hi en assaulted and robbed by a man In i m W is Billj employed as a painter at I mi, I'rmch His assailant, after beating tiMu w ith HiS iron bar, tried to drown him JjmUh B injuries are serious His assailant 13 until ran est at Long Branch Chua'lli FailH of Kenomfnatfon. Koivovo, Ind June 4 Judge Daniel augli, of 1 ipton county, was nominated on the fifty first ballot last night to succeed Congressman Oheaclle in the Ninth district Up to the fiftieth ballot the vote stood Cheiullc, 80 Waugh, 55, 60 Lmdley, 65 On the flfty-flrst ballot Waugh recehed 183 votes New Hnvdu Masons Happy. June The trouble be tween the builders and the masons has been settled, the builders ageing to pay first class masons forty five cents per hour This is generally tn the men daughter g.uxtlr troubled with Bororala, and at one time U WM feared the would lose her light. Ayer'a Sanaparllla him ouiMpletely restored her hmlth, and her eyes are well as ever, with not trace of mrutnift e. King, itiningiy Ctonn THE NEWa IN BRIEF lush lipi in uifiilly fut nt b i-. n M i t to Japan ti ar nuui i l I b i i n n if 111 mpl It lap ill i s i n UH nsils t i K aiit VMM 1 mi u t i j 1 lii i 1m u j tin lei nil t t i i't In] in I lit I N ill lit i ci nip is ing tu i l t i b fi i it nres tu i )t a n u titt l M ill i t bl wl f r ijitei n Mais his lui 1 u I 1 t 1 1 Inn pi kt 1 up t v the New "i k ji li t 1 i- itsUn, 1 Hie i st in! i llit 1) tkl in 1 I il I ra 1 ro id tlisiMti vvhtit tliittin hvts wen lost In i i u 1 H tliioiuh an o[ i n dlaw is i n In 1 1 I 11411 u Dunn b is i t I i i in 1 n l u t i 1. nt lb chat 1 ll t u w I li n insl i (leliinu it u N I 1 i 1 n pi tp t gm Hismar kai iisii _ net plum on his ililv ll in that i 1 U the iinee olijei ts Pans hie itit hunt n0 I n Nihilists said to lit. hatching a liesh plet ayunst the life of Russia si a 1 he it i il tt i in of the re net ourt at Buff iln ill tlttl Ih it the irdt not pllson is I'll i it i 11 i list nil in of Ivi inmler the tondtntn 1 mm 1 ler Ihe e isi now bi takt n I tin t ut of appeals John H M irse suj erintt ntlent of the Metuilun i Mass i tut in mills killed him self with irevtihii vUule temporuilv in New en k police found aslei p in u dool wav httlt h ulis sit _i 1 uged 11 whovvis homeless an! HiimKss Us fathel vv is killed i etntlj a mine in at ton i'l and his m ithci h uing die 1 some time btfoii hi ii il nt in thi He w is turned iner t) the s i letv 1 1 the Pie untiim eif e tin t i hi In n Ihe Aim man Home Mission iry socictj is in session it tr it _i Archie Kimpti luii a boj namiddi i ieli fiom to 14 jiars old g m west, fn m New to wipe t nt tin n lile led man and obliterate tht festne bntl do ind Geim in shaipshoot- crs .from lift Holiokin N J to piiticipiti m the gnat shotting mitehis tt Pmkow (iiimanv Inh I to W him In 1 w ill sail on the Uth Bill ml sinith the will known I omit n corns] t n lint of New rk jtiunals w is miimul in 1 uudt n to Miss Catlieime iiut- teilield HOW JOHN GETS HERE Congul llvir 1 tins tlio Majs of the 1I  at noon Inspector of Portb II hired a tug and went in pursuit His search for her was unsuccessful and the eluded also Collector liraikhaw at Port Townseud, whom Mr notified of the facts in the case It is now i ert nil she crossed the straits Mondaj night diid put her twenty two pHsseiu.eis on the American shore She came into port on the morning of the loth and Mr Mjer smmised that at the tune of his wilting she was working up an other trip She packs her human freight like sar dines her small hold writes Mr MJIM until she gits out of the bar bor, whin thn aie allowed a breath of fiesh air on di i k Ihe charge' is per head passage monej A Hlooilthirnt) Marshal KVJXMLIF lenii line re- ceived here state tli it Bud Lindsay, deputy Unitid btates mushal shot and killed Kilts i distiller m Campbell county Lmdsaj not em bee mse Kilts refused to sell him a smaller quantity of whisky than ten gallons Ih distiller s son think ing his fit her in danger threw a stone at Lindsiv Imdsivthin ittimpted to shoot Kilts but his partj took his pistoh from him rihev left and when a mile away Liudsa} asked for his pistols saying that he would do no harm with them He got them and inimidi itelj rode back to Kilts' house Die lattu siw lumcomeand locked the door but I mils iv br >kp it down and shot Kilts twice killing him mstantlj He then attempted to shoot the 1103 but missed hiBi and hit a little girl slightly wound ing her It is n ported that Lindsay's party arrested him and him over to the sheriff of the count} Lindsay is a des- perate char utcr haMiig murdered a prom inent of C impbell county five years ago, but escaped through lack of evidence Ail Infununce Company's Suit NFW YOHK Tune 4 trial of the suit of Union insurance company of Phil adelphn against the Continental Insur ance eomp un of New York was begun here in the I nited St-ites circuit court The suit is brought for 000 Thirty one causes of aition are cited, chiefly on the ground of frauds perpetrated m 1884 by Lore Dimick, an agent of both com panics, who was convicted m Buffalo and sentenced to five j ears' imprisonment, but who fled to Canada pending an appeal and died there The trial will last a week An Elertrlc Sugar Salt NEW YoiiK June 4 Moore, the assignee of the Liverpool shareholders of the defunct Sugar Refining com M Kobertson and W H Cottenll, officers of the companj, to recover 420 put into the company, it is claimed on their representations The defense is thit Robertson and Cottenll were victims of fraud as well as the plaintiffs and were not responsible for the losses Ihe trial was begun j esterday Her Two IJovs Wore Drowned. LlTTLF Hot K, Ark June 4 Mary Conkling residing in the vicinity o( Brentvvood, attempted to cross White river on a horse with her 10 months' old baby in liei lap and two bojs behind her When in the cc nter of the stream the sad die turned, throwing the woman and her children into the water She escaped with thpbabj, but the two young bojs were drowned To Siipprpnii Anarchy. Brni IS Tune 4 France, Rus sia and SwiUeiland have signed a treaty tor the suppression of England is still to join The vocal organs are strengthened by the of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Clergymen, lawyers, gingers, actors and public speaker! find this preparation the moit effective rem- edy for Irritation and weaknora of the threat and-lunga, and for all nffectloni of TWO IONS OF POWDER Exploded by Lightning Near Mansfield, 0 AN MniLUH) The Storm VUo Dcutb to un In stltiite lor 1 .'flili. Illiulict (hllilnn ut lu Llvis lost mill rt> Detvtiojttl In M O June 4 During a heavy Bturm jestiidiv itternoou lightning struck fracj powder house located alum a mile east of this eltj Ihe house is said to have contained two tons of ptwtlei whieh exploded causing a tre mcnilous lep irt Hundreds of windows iu the wen tnoken china and glassware was kuo ked from shelves aud people thrown fr >m their feet Manj buildmgs lu the Miiuitj wcrebadlj wreckid Iwo frami housey ou the opposite side of the street from the magazine were leveled to the giound bcarcelj anjthing remaining to show that thej dwellings One of the houses was vacaut the other was oecupiid bj Heurv Koost his wife and two children Ihe husband was absent at the time of thi A IVmonths old babe was inst intlj killed it being mutllat ed bevimd let ogmtion Ihe nuttier and an other chill Jjeusold were blown over a hundred feet iwaj aud are thought to be fatallj injured Nothing remains of the powder house The bulks are seatte red in all directions, some being found a quarter of; a mile dis taut The explosion was heaid ten iiiilen avvaj lullj 1000 people bave visited the scene IN WESTERN IOWA A Chlinni} mown Down, Killing Two 1 PI ble Minded Children Hltn-s la June terrific storm visite'd western Iowa Ham fell in torrents and the wmd iu some localities partook of the nature of a tornado The electric displaj was remarkablj brilliant, and much live stock was killed bj light- ning the wire fcuees attracting the electric fluid the chimnej of the Insti tute forleeble Minded Children blew down and cl ished through the roof killing two and injuring six others of the iumates Ihe killed are William Clme of Clarke countv of Monroe county Ihe injuied are bamuel Askius of Coun cil Blutls V, ilham Prather, of Wayne countv Henrj Snjder of Beuton couuty, Jolm bwiillue of Ltubuque, Edward bweet, of Lee couiitj and I1 redcrick right of tort Dudge Several of the injured are not I to live Ihe flour null was wrecked aud canning factory demolished Lives Loat Isetir Modtaon MADISOS is June 4 terrific storm of wind ram and lightning passed over this citj perfect deluge of ram fell and telegraph and telephone wires were pros- trated in ail directions The storm was very severe in the southwestern part of the state Telegraph lines were prostrated, corn washed out of the ground and many land slides are reported The storm was veiy neavj east of here also A man was killed near Oregon is A washout occurred near Hiv sixtj miles south, on the Chi Burlington and Northern, which caused the ditching of an engine and twen- ty ears of a Kansas City and St Paul tiam A fireman and a brakeman were killed The Damage at Arcadia AliCADU June the waters about this submerged village recede they show traces of large damage Many founda- tions are badly undermined, and houses are racked which at first were thought uninjured The lumber yards report the loss of many thousand feet of lumber, and the Oreiu Bay Railroad company now estimates its loss at No trains can reach here for at least three days One hundred thousand dollars Is a low esti- mate of the loss occasioned by the floods, and it will take many weeks to repair the damage Gettysburg Directors CABLISI t Pa June 4 Gettysburg Batttlefield Memorial association stock holders elected the following directors to serve the ensuing year Maj Gen 8 W Crawford Gen Louis Wagner and J M Vandershce, Philadelphia Col Phil W Monongahela, Pa Gen Hemy A Barnum New York, Gen Frank D Sloat, New Hav en, Conn Gen Charles L, Young Toledo, 0 John C Lineham.Pen- nacoock, N H Gen Lucius Fairchild, Madison, Wis Col Wheelock G Veasey, Rutland Vt Col George G Briggs, Grand Rapids Mich Gen Henry W Slocum, Brooklyn, John B Bachelder, Boston, J Lawrence Schick, Col Charles H Buel- her Jacob A Fitzmiller, Calvin Hamilton, Rev H W McKmght, S S McSwope, fcdward McPherson, Gettysburg and Dr C E Goldsborough, Hunterstown, Pa Onre n Judge, Now B Prisoner CHICVOO, June Henry S Austin aged 79 years, was sent to jail yes terday, there to remain until discharged by due process of law or until he pays 04 belonging to the estate of Henry L Hall to William F Hall, the present ad nimistrator of the estate The ex-judge was made administrator of the Hall estate in 187fi and served ten years, when he was removed Hemy Hall married agirl in Os- wego, N Y and perished with her in the Ashtabula (O) horror Austin says he IB penniless but the heirs claim he owns 30, 000 acres of land in the south The estate was worth about Isle's Art Graduates. NBw HAVFV, June 4 graduation exercises at the Yale Art school occurred yesterday Those who graduated in the regular course were Harriet R Richards, Eleanor Munger, Mary Thompson, Eliz abeth T Fitch, Grace Daggett, Ozias B Dodge and Constance H Blake There was but one swarded, the Ethel Childe Walker pme varded to Miss Con stance H Blake ringthegiaduation exercises lunch was served to the fnends of the graduates the graduation thus ter- minating in a society event The Ilttlo One Perished In the Flames. ASHLANR Pa June 4 frame dwell ing of James Fogarty, near Big Mine Run, a few miles from here, was destroyed by fire yesterday afternoon The flames were started by Fogarty's fryesr-old sop, who was plav ing In a second story room The fire spread so rapidly that the child could not be reached and he perished Four ad- joining houses, owned by John Carl and Peter Joyce, were also destroyed The lou will reach tia.OOO It in false I No Imitation li good genuine HliU' Boot Boor. Some dealel. reoommend Imitation! for the larger profits they yield. What a dellolonf drink Root Bon Paekifei ABDUf BY HER FATHER I tl i u s i l i tl II I 1 1 It l st 1 1 111 i i nl tl it I i f Ih Mi il In u I I I t il t i vt i s t 1 I -i i n t i I 1 is 1, t I Ml -I l il v u, f _ n u 1 h ill ij, i i I! H il i 1 i HI nke r Ills l i Mi lit in i_ II not us ill I h in 1 II fl VV I tl I, Ml I Wl s I I 1 IS -mil th it b I i tusid t i In uh h m lliv lu i an 1 it I it d t i 1 i I il !i i pi n s ui I npt nil il il Im Mi I 1 s n i- 1 veil in i li n it I il wh i. tin vv ilk fltl 1 n um n j i t 1 1 i s i II lit il 1 ill Dublin fl n nt I t) this titv lit has ilvvavs s il 1 i Is hiiuhttl vvb w nltl llsllalh [tut ll h n in luisiiimi i tin mi it t st trilltm Mr t t s (aim t tin i M n 1 n and in tht attt in n wi nt ti tin n i of bis m itht i t n isi and sent i messt n., i I r f 1 n IH t itnv d hi s u 1 he vvante 1 1 lo go tin d j t with him and the pit uli i itv i fins ait ns aroust d the siisjut i ns f Mis has In-, sister who was pi st i -I i insist i 1 on gt in, i i the dip i Ih IhiM am! on thtre Mi u 1 mfonni tlht i if his nit i'i i to taki II- enti with him Mrs h s unplt ltd him not to d i it intl c v i n n sistt tl bis i II ilsi uit tin on tht ti un V t row d it 1 t it 1 but Mi t wlis thn itniul violence 1 nu one whi llittiftreil with him an 1 sm ttttlttl in rt u lung the i u with the _nl n his aims just is tin tiam st utcd t ast I hi ill inn w is at onct gnen and intern ptuu ti It Drains ami ofln t rs ijnii klv follow 1 It is li mud that Mr C ovvles left the ti un al (inmaut mil drovt fiomthire amss tht lini into I'ennsv Ivania be out if tin riaih nf tin Ohn illmrs Ihe will of Id win i wlis li ft iiKH) a vuu to each f his M ns and laiuhti I s In t lit t ase of 1 I t mi hilf tin am mnt w is sieuri 1 ti his wife Diss itisfaiti n with this an in_ mint is sal It 1 i tin tusc of 1 s otiise in abiluctin_ his t hild AFTER THE HATFIELDS The loiltlkil In a Mount iln 1'tss III MMUIl.d ,ir, II Mil I -ION i June 4 I Nil ui if 1'ikc e mnt Ivv known il i_j tin 1 al KI itu 1 v Uill h ist i it I i bit, si ns L n m am n the llatllelds biftin Justin Ukmsat BrtivM st wn ami swiuin t m w ui mis f t ip (oiisc anil I Ih tl H uli hi 11 mi'is Miuliill I rink 1 His in H 1 ivt m H h t 1 irking tin m w t j h ivnu mm del 1) ivi it ton at town on tin tug! t of IT last stntt n wh is.m of tin MtCov It i his line ft mi I'iki iintv and u is to this nt IU stoppiiloui night at Hiow ns ow n and tin m m in ing his di i 1 both was ft n nl hliu be si It tht hisiputke und Ohio rulniid ti it iboutamih fr m the town It is'kn wn that ISish ip was in lii iwnstown thit night but a.s fir as is now known none of the othns of the act used were in tht ucuutv It seems the obju t in swc mng out the warrant si curt state aid m the ariest of the Iliffitlds after which it would be easv to tin n them over to the Kintuekv authorities w ho would be onlv too glad to get thin clutches on them stratton was under mdntmint in Logan count) for a felotn at the time of his denth Ihe Hat ill Ids arc well fortified m a mountain pass and bloodshed is inevitable fiineral Svnoil of America Asm m I'Uk J June I hi gen sral sjnotl if tin Reformttl church in America bi in its eighty fourth regular session hi t todav Ihcre in al out }00 clerical ml 1 1} dil gatis I In se delegates come fr mi the thirtj five i lassi s which maki up tin part K ular sjnods of Albuv h i igo and New Bruns nick The de nomination has churches GOO minlstt rs and (H) (KM) communicants A report of thespeiiil committii upou the proposetl union of the Refoimod church in America and the Reformed church in the United states will be discussid This com mittee was appointed four years ago The special committH upon hjmn books ap pointed two jum ago will als report I'tiMii HUN Have Their S ly LOMICA lime imminse meet- ings of publicans and their partisans were held jesterdav in this The speakers at these meetings earnesth supported the government's scheme, and att u ked Mr Gladstone for his opposition n minding him of thi downfall of his own mitustn through an attempt to impose i bntdin some and uncalled for tax on bei r 1 hi greatest enthusiasm prevaih 1 at both meetings and abundant cvtlenri was shown that the publicans conli )I a stifh cient proportion of the elei tors t i re ndi r the return of manj membersof parliament whomav vote against the bill extnini'lj uncert-un if not absolutely impossible nt the next general election D( utli of a Prominent It inker Nfwiiiic, N lune Kerr urimdint of thi Nation il Bank ol New burgh died at lus lennlcnce in iitj last evening from the effects of 11 stroke of paraljsis Mr Kcrr was aver) prominint business man and had been identified with the banking interests of the Ht for upwards of half a century and a bank presulint for the past thirty seven years He was so jiars of age The Importance of purifying the blood not be overestimated, for without pure blood you cannot enjoy good health At this season nearly every one needs a food medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich the blood, and Hood's Sarsaparilla U worthy luiifldence. It l> peculiar In strengthens and an appetite, and tones the digestion, while It eradicates disease. Glveltalriai Hood's sold by" Freporea by 0. L Hood CO., Lowell, 100 One I'll. II. Mil .1.1, I UMirtll Nl "l I 111 sibi rinniUt i I s i u i ins bin i I M was it a In tl I i i I i i K sim I ir t tl n i i lust I I i I I I ill i I t r s it III i I thin vv lid I i i -I I v s i I in t I I I l t, u ill I In h 1 I II i I In Hi. nl, I ill! I i I I I n Murphv U I 1 Nl "1 I k 1 111 O II t I l i I K i lit i ulr ad w t 1 I I i ii in U in Ins i a ll 1 h 
                            

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