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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VOL. VIII. NO. 2109. CKKNTON, SATURDAY AFTKKNOON, BKlTKftiBKK 6, 1890. TWO OKMTB BRECKINRIDGE PUT OUl. A Famous Election Contest De- cided in the House 1HI He MtoroUBly ftu.lrt HiiiiM-lf from the IiiRrinnj of the M Action aud DOIKHIIH H the Jnvt HtlgutJiij, Commit Ut I IK Hi ply of   and Mi Bietkinndja made ft Hptcth in hla own behalf Mr DaUell (lja J (.tusid thL debate for the committee and ufttr a motion to lecomuiit had been dtfe iUd and the ininoiitj report rejected tin coniTiiiiiLL rcpoiL rnuseating Brockln ridgt; was 105 to 62 Mr Brtck charged the chairman of the com mTlttt ou elections ('Nfr Ho well) with im propriety in prejudicing the caae That Kuitlemiiu in discussing another election case had referred to the case from the 1 AikiiTiBHS dl'iUict, uud had dd- dmed that m that lue political munkrH had occurred lie called upon the Kdillunan to name the murdered men Mr Kjwcll Haid that they were Benjamin, Smith Hentle) and wlnlp nn nt- tuupt h id b< on made to asbasmate Wahl Mr brcckmridgi denied the correctness of this statement and called attention to the fact that the gentleman himself con cuircl in a report which said that there v-iib a suspicion onlj of these things being true He din led that the murders were politu al murdt rs His distinguished and lamented c ppoucut had been foully and Infdm junlj mur lert 1 But no one had adduiedau} that it was in the result of public auirpathy or had come from collective or organized effort Ilia A  imscru pulous men for political purposes But men who charged either on the floor or in tin i ress that the people of Arkansas had r si wn sjmpathy with this infamous ciirne or that he had any kn wlidge of it in the remotest degree utti red that w hi  P rmty alluded lo the matter to sh jw the bias of the jimmttee He then proceeded to quote from a made by a Mr Black burn (i. Kq ubliuui) to show the bad char acter of Met lure bpeakmg of the murder of Mr (whom he claimed as a bosom friend) he said that it had been stated t hat after the murder he should June his seat To resigned w ha> e been to give force to the charges made against his people It was junt proper or manly to do so He then proceedeVl to in severe language the action of the subcommittee asserting that he had bfcn denied witnesses after he had been promised that they would be ac corded him He said m conclusion Come to >our conclusion ind I take an appeal to the pie regardless of party in the dis- trict I the honor to represent on the feroad ground of common honesty and in emf cr the) will reverse both jour con and the method of }our tonclu BiOn Mr Dnlzell Denuuelntion Mr (Pa read the testimony bearing (ii the theft of the ballot box at Plumriuriulle and said that its theft waa absolute1} necessary to Mr Breckmndge a return he stood here and asserted that it had been stolen by Republicans this Republican ballot box He comment- ed upon the backwardness of the state of Arkansas in endeavoring to hunt down the murderers of Col Clapton, In relation to tne hooper ne mviiea tne cita tion of anything in the annah of crime andTTTimnftla which would equal it for ab bolute stillness The sky of the Second district of Ark in sas was luminous blood rom her desecrated soil the blood of John M Clajton cried to heaven not for but for justice and mem hers on both sides were here as sacred min isters to execute her just decrees In the Senate WASHINGTON Sept 6 thpHpnntaron Gideration of the tariff bill under the five minute mle was continued The free list was consideied and Mr Davis' amend mcnt to make" liintllrtg twlrte free was agreed to N to IHJ MIC i was restored to the dutiable list The consideration of the fiee list w is concluded before adjourn ment Ihc senate committee on educa tion and labor oideied favorable reports on the hour bill and other labor bith: n hirh p-isscd "thu Ihe reports were not unanimous Senator I-viuts I ro posed Amendment Mi I offered a proposed amend mpntto the tauff bill to place a duty of 10 permit tl e or pioduet of i, untiles of the Cape of Goo 1 Hope -when uupoitid fj-oux piuces. oL tha Cape of dooii Hope with all teas entered i  per cent a 1 valorem ou I wts rail road ties and telegraph poles of e Jar was agreed to Un motion of Mr Plumb the dnly on pine (Iftpho irds Lpfir l, rapt '1 was reduet d trom to II per 1 000 Uldes Remain Frcn Mr Plumb moved to strikf fT the free hht hides raw and uucured vvhith rdr} saltfd or pleklid 15 S) The affirmative votes vvtre ijivtn b} Mr Pugh and the f ill vv ing Repubh ems Messrs Mien Allism amur n ullom Ingalls Mitclxll M Plumb Qua) Stewart (la land oleott The Democrats (exciptMr voted in the negative together w ith the folljw ing Republicans Missrs ildrieh (haul ler Dawes rije Hale Hawlev Hisc< k Hoar McMillan Pierce Pint and Siw }er An attempt to strike qunlue out of the free list defeated IN LABORS WORLD An Alleged Capitalistic llllance to Flghl Strikes Pni-nti.  of the 1 works The tight Hour Daj Sept f narrowness of the niajunt) b} which the Iiverpul Trades Union crngress adopt) d tlie principle ot eompulsorv limitation of the to eight hours shows that the movement has but slight protnhilit} of resulting in parliamentarv enactnunt Lx[ enence that m I rs neceliSlrv "frjr the workmgeldsst s tobe ucani nious in their desires before pirhament will the legislation demanded The sthenie seems however to be bteilil} an wing m favcr Ihe week will close w ith an enormous pr usMuiiof vvorklng men tonight It is expected tint from tjOiKJO to 7UOUO men mil march Ihe next conurebh will meet at Newcastle m ]M1 Pi fore thi British Association the intemcnt of Science in session at I feds Profits r M >nro re 11 a piper on ihe lob ible effect of such a change in the of working hours as favored by the I iverpool congress He made a ingenious argument in support of the con tention th it the shortening nf the working da} would not give to am greater number of men than before the eh The weight of opinion was found to he in agreen ent with the views set forth m the essa} Central Strikers in Politics NLVV YORK biopt non appears to strikers are to enter politics this fall In Hrfjjrilaiuf with resolntlonsadoptt rl at the L nion squ ire mass meeting Vug 26 a committee of twenty five has been ap- pomttd tj take initiator} steps in the movement and will issue an address next Uusda} Among the members of the committee are Dr and James AT CRESSON SPRINGS Ourlncr the President B Absence the House Will lie Renovated C HI SSON Si HIM.S Pa Sept 6 dent Harrison, accompanied bj Mrs Har nson and maid and Prfvate Secretary Hal fold arrived here at 7 o clock last evening Ihe partytraveled as regular passengers >n the limited express over the Pi mis} Iv ima road Ihe trip was without inudint until Altoona wis reached where the distinguished travelers w ere met by tho president's rlSttgliWr: Ms gi indchild lienjamin Harnsou McKee Mrs Dimmiik aud Miss leannette Hal f >nl Ihe addition to the presidential part} nllcd tlie diavving room car the} 4iad eiupud fiom Harnsburg During the vv ut at H irr sburg where a change of eais was necessary, the president stood on the p at form with his hat in hand j he oppressive heat of the day caused him great fatigue Ihe president is not feeling In the best of heilth but he believes that a few days in tho invigorating air of the mountain will tone up his system to its normal con dition Ihe party was hpirtily wilcomed by the guests of the Mountain house but bejotirt a dignified recognition by the pres ident nnd a few handshakes there was no demonstration Immediately upjn leav ing the train the president! il party under the escort of Superintendent Dunham was driven to tho Parke cottage where the family have been Imatcd During the absence of the piesulent and his family from the White House the historic old mansion will be renovated The amount that will be expended Is about IH 000 Work begins today The Miijor Injiu.j.1 OLFW N Y Sept (1 As a train ou the River division of the Now Jfprk and_Pennsjlvanla railroad bearing the Masonic order of this cit) which had been attending a picnic at Riverside park, entered the }ards here, It ran into a freight on the main track demolishing several freight cars Tho engineer of the passen ger train Peter Crane, was senou Iv in Mayor Sto-well severely bruised The goimandlrer liken It because It is fine The workman likes It because It qnenobes his thirst, enriches his blood and strengthens blsranwle. It li cheap The mother likes It It ber boyo ut Hires' Root Beer THAT CENTRAL SMASHUP Leading Knights Want the Train Wreckers Punished 1IILY M Or tUt III Ull) I'lcsldi-nt Mebb Ho Will Have Ilnkeitoii Men 1 utrol Kvery (out (if the Uallioad A Hlg Uevvurd (or thi Mlttcrenntn Detection IK bept 0 W heu ;ce PresI dent Ixaid of the disaster to the tthleh huplod from the traek b} the efforts of tram wreckers near Albau} he at once telegraphed to ever} station along tho hue uf the road that the eomp.ni} would for information that would lead to the ar rest of the vv reekers 1 he agenta along the line were requested UL have the fact that the reward had been offered printed m the nevvspapeis In the towns and to post copies of the notice in conspicuous places the Jj.ijtire Road Vice President Webb told a reporter that he had come to the conclusion th, the oul} way to protect the company's propertv and the lives of its patrons was to patrol every foot of the road, and be had de i li d tu stutluli Pmkeitou uitn ftll along the line from a point above Albany down to Poughkeepsie That will give ruy friend Povvderly something to chin about he said Ihe guards he said would go on duty in the evening and would sti} on duty until morning Dur lug the night they would walk up and the traek from post to post, and each man would be responsible for the safetj of the part of the road he nas aa signed to He Thinks Strikers Are Kespunnlble hen asked whether he considered the placing on the traek of the obstruction! that had caused the wreck the work of the companv s former employes he said, 1 hey are the onl} men who are inclined to do that kind of business and why shojildn t I think they are the guilty parties Account of the Wreck ALiiiM 8 he Montreal express which was wrecked near here was twenty five minutes I (hind timeand w wthunder- ing along tjwtrcl Alban} at a thirty mile rate Twenty minutes befoie the first section hid gone by ithm thoae twenty rnii utes mot strous hinds created the ob- struct! m against which the engine threw 1 here was the indescribable crash, and like a terriru d horse the powerful engine upward leap and the long train tortured out ot shape stood "still "1" lo otnot ve was parti} suspended m the air appearing AS though it might topple over in the ditch meanwhile the engineer and fireman hpld their Tlie Cirs UltcheH In the I rst car were twenty two passen gen It rf the track and slid embank meiit and none of its occupants were injured except by being bruised The second coach fared worst of all standing in the ditch with its tr iu ue air It conn ned Mi'i Atkinson, of Tremont, N Y her >ung brothers fEe porter and conductor Miss Atkinson s injuries, at first suppled to prov d trifling Ihe third car formed a bridge across the ditch sraiidlTrg sr rtgbt angles with the" track It contained eight pissengers As the spectators upon the three cars, tofcsed here and there like gigantic jack stiavvs they were lost m astonishment that not one out of all the thirt} six occupants had been lost Ihe fourth car was sus pended ovir the ditch held m position by its coupling and the weight of the four cars behind it the latter not the roadbed feut extending obliquely across the north bound track Ihe first shock over windows were quick ly raisid au 1 all who could went to work with a will to rescue those imprisoned m the overturned cars and other assistance as they could Most of those disabled were merely bruised or cut by the glass of broken windows Arranged with Fiendish Ingenuity Superintendent soon arrived at the scene and began his investigation He found a carefull} studied arrangement a rail having been jammed into the cattle guards wedged with timbers further helrl hv fish plates thn whnlp rnnaq hpincf in a slanting position so as to lift the tram from the rails The- results showed that the judgment which contrived the ob- struction was experienced, for the wreck was as complete as the escape of passen gers was miraculous Mr Bissell was confirmed m his opinion that the disaster had been deliberately planned when be discovered an exactly similar obstruction on the southbound track a short distance north of the one which caused the mis chief It 18 thought by some that tho oonaplra tors supposed the regular trams to have passed anl Intended to accomplish the de struction of the freight trams which pass, over the Hudson river division at about the same hour Knights the Fiends Punished The general officers of the Knights of Labor are also anxious to get the cflgs sifted J J Holland of the general ex ecutufi hoard, annul and Is m con Bultation with Aliissri Vtrtyht and Devlin as to the advisablltt} of offering an addl tioual rewind of 000 for the conviction of the guilty on the part of the Knights of Labor The leaders of the Kmghta of La bor declare that they will aid the Central Hudson road to ferret out the scoundrels Portley, of District Assembly B4G said that the work was not done by strikers but by professional thieves for the purpose of robbery They were evi dently partially familiar with the work of the road foi the} had selected a place where two v aluable mail and express pass A Mistake Costs Three Lives. TIOTS Hpt train No 7 on tlu Delaware and Hudson railroad col lided with T special frtight at r> 30 o clock on a curve near W estport Thomas Mur- ray, engineer of the passenger tram, and his firermn and one other man were killed N me of the passengers were hurt The train was behind time and should have passed tho freight at How ard s but through some misunderstanding omitted to d so minimi rxpiosion PARIS dispatch from La Ro chelle states that a disastrous explosion occumd tin re in the dynamite magazine at the Pal lisp dock Ten persons were In infcly killed seriornlr injured The FInoil r-o Inspector of Persons nurinFN Sept fi rojal castle at Pilnlt? has bf en floode 1 by the rise in the river I Ibe and the com t has been moved to Strehlan Few children can be Induced to take physio without a struggle, and no drugs are extremely nauseating Ayer s Pills, on the contrary, being sugar-coated, are eagerly swallowed by the little onei.and are, hereto re, the favorite family NEWS IN BRIEF s Gathered fioin S inmel F a) man was  n of the cncuit ti 1 iistiitt courts tj tht gre it lakes i i tleircm vvatei-. for the rel t I the Nor folk Countv I err) compaii) f r the relief of Isalx lla Hance for the e i t tun of two bri across- Boeuf rv i I usiana and to pro-] lean American re st r fir the steamer luiha lexas have nf n t d U eb feter govern i R Mckens nf r lieutenant g r 1 he prcsidi nt has nomm ir 1 I lull B of Pi mia toll ilex amincr of Irug-. medicine i Irlemicale in the t of Philadelphu Alfle 1 i 1 hung himself in it irnutltrnnrl N I r rink 1 u iv i f >n let 1 I i I HI lies-- n i w is sentei I Vitiun prisju f i i v vtars ml Lur N fir fjre.cn n 1 li is been put l I, en nhll lie Amen ji aire is ntt rt ui Sir i 1 ei an 1 stir it Clunj C j- It is un lei -to j 1 th it D I i, will shorth br lew iried for I es- to Grenn u n t ist Vfnca 1 thf appjintiient f vernorof i us district tun 11) s west Africa The sti imers C H m i ti nentil of the New Haven i into collisi n in the hast liver it Nn i lr lour persons on the latter we- Jirel Ihe North un went on but the captain l J t ueich her ifter passing tiell Gate and bei 200 p -.enters were trinsfened to the Mohav id stilt on b) tram Mrs Emm i will have to serve twent) five ilivs in j 1 f r contempt of court in failing to i ver regarding the financial- itfTVttrs uf i Ju Albion V Fool s I rr uid fame Ihe BuiTal n me court has so decided Two of the ells ever struck were opene 1 neir P and all danger of a f illu i tlesuppl) la over THE BEATEN Heflner Rice Mlns i Lnder the Interstate Law t Ihe interstate commerce commit n hue filed their de cision in the ci I Rice Robertson Umthrop aeninst 1 and Pennsv hania 1 i Iwav company ind others Ihe i t alleged that the roads charge 1 thn I i cents per barrel on petroleum fr mi 1 tiisville to Buffalo N and but t cents per barrel from litusvilk t ith Amboj N J the shorter haul b i a part of the latte haul onh tint tie lefendants required barrel fll piiien t 1 e loaded in the cars in tiers that tin fi .Jit charged was an unjust rfiscnminiti i ifeainst the com plamants and i n-t Buffalo and that a ui charge to shippers m fink- II in to shippers in barrels unjust (li- i mmation was made in favor of the stii 1 ir i Oil compan) The tommisslin 1 Ms that the accjuisi tion and cons-oh 1 1 n b) a rail carrier under one s; stem f f magement of differ ent competing line- of road serving the same territor) in th cirrmge of competi tive traffic to the sai markets cannot ere fttearight Oil tho HI Of the carrier tn take advantage of tl insolidation of i tereats to deprive th ibhc of the benefits of fair competition i i afford warrant for oppressive dlscrlnih 11 u with a view to its own interests sue. I is e lualiPing profits from its several div i- is by making rites and charges for on livision that give profitable markets i fi p >rtion of Its pa trons and higher 11 i and (hargts f >r divimoHH tltvt- i dHStiiie'dve pursuits of other p wlio arc r tti itora in the s line I i ss but it'i dut) to the public re quiies tl its service niiis-t be alike tr ill wb u uiitilahki 1 In commission, sust um the other against the n i Is ml leeides all points against thf m noon's. The Importance of purifying the blood can- not im oiprpsfimitaii. ior without pute_ blood you cannot enjoy good heilth At this season neirly every one needs a good medicine to purlf) vitalize, and enrich the blood ind Hood i Samparllla la worthy your confidence It li peculiar In that It strengthens and builds up the system, creates an appetite, and tones the digestion, while It cndlcites disease Give It a trial Hood s Sirsapirlin is sold by all druggists Prepared by C I Hood Co, Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar The Kipublltun I oHDt-ii In Vermont. il l- HIV m 11 n N t be.pt t) li t i us frc in low ns lu the stat Bhjw uniilv to f i) (1H for Page 19 ill for Hr n au 1 1 If for aud oth II cseiei in s mikes I'ige s plurality U 104 an 1 I is n aj ntv 1 HSS 1 htse tow us gave I) Mil in u ISHM i n, ij rity of i7 6SJ si w n fal II in the Republlcai mnj ill} 111 U 11 e s nati will be madu U[ f -1 H. i ill i HI 1 I Dem crat Ac coi hiife t tin s u veil here the housi will stui II He] il li nns M Democrati ai 1 i. laim i I e t_iit u ei with thru towns u lint re nti 1 K 1 ihne towns to hiar fn in Di c 1 u In 1 an 1 thirteen tiwuHinth nl dlstric give ut U IW Slurtliff 741- Grouts majirnv is Mil Niiitvthnp towns! the First MMrtcT Povv ers 1 t Maloncv mijorit} fo: Powers 4 OH1 Asbun Firks Vntl Liquor trusade Asm i i PuiK N J bept Lav? aud Or ler League have taken up th liquor question where the town million ties left jff and al rested Hciiry V lams anlldwaidH Burduk druggists and James O H igan Ihomas Donahay and Hermau Sehultie the latter three wlolesjile littkrs anl dealers in beer have been issued for a dozei njfltfi Spain H Prime Minister Stoned M Sept t the train convey int. Pi inn Ministir Canovas del Casti fiom 11 II ill Madrid was leaving the sia tion at t n i the carriage containmL Castill ai 1 his vv ife w as stoned by a niob Ihevviucl W-.W re broken but the occu pants es ij i 1 mjurv 1 he crowd had pro uliitthejicniier andiudulg ed in ien irks Ittnker Itvrnen tnllure LSI LHV t) N J sept B-lhe failun of NSilliam I M Dvrnes the local banke who mile an iissenminl to R P or tciJvkr 1 s inn 1 um li exiltement Ills li il lin s ir (si n itt 1 at fXX) the ere lit< rs 1 en ,11 u all lc[ sitors It is thi hi il it tie sit rs will hardl; 'ealue f jrti cents Hold it L ope Dead UhliiiiiiiM Pi I. 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